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Fault Lines
Prosecutors Blunder As Opinion Shifts on Rittenhouse Case

Fault Lines

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 170:26


On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about the surprise climate deal between the U.S. and China, the media eating their own words on Russiagate, the government plan to pay illegal immigrants $450,000, and aliens.Guests:Paul Beckwith - Climate Scientist | U.S. and China Announce Surprise Deal at COP26Peter Coffin - Video Essayist | Media Eating Crow After RussiagateSusan Pai - Immigration Attorney | Biden Rejects Plan to Compensate Families Separated at BorderAvi Loeb - Professor of Science | Harvard Astrophysicists Start Project to Find AliensIn the first hour Paul Beckwith joined the show to give a wrap of the COP26 conference where the U.S. and China announced a surprise climate deal on Wednesday.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Peter Coffin for a discussion on the media aggressively backpedaling on the Russiagate story after arrests have been made. We were also joined by Susan Pai to talk about plans to compensate families who were separated while trying to illegally cross the border.In the third hour Avi Loeb joined the conversation to talk about the ongoing search for extraterrestrial life as Senator Kristin Gillibrand introduces an amendment to establish an office to investigate unidentified aerial phenomena.

The Chip Franklin Show
November 11, 2021:  Chip Franklin - Country music shifts for TJ Osborne

The Chip Franklin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 20:10


Out country singer TJ Osborne kissed his boyfriend, Abi Ventura, after winning a Country Music Award, marking a first for the longstanding award show. One half of the Brothers Osborne, the country music star came out in February and instantly became the highest-profile out performers in the genre. The two won for Vocal Duo of the Year. “It's been a crazy roller coaster of a year for us in so many ways, especially for me emotionally,” Osborne told the audience as he accepted the award. “And to have you all support me, it really does feel like love wins tonight. Thank you.” His words were met with a standing ovation. Brothers Osborne performed their song, “Younger Me” during the ceremony. Osborne wrote the song about his struggles as a young man to accept his sexuality and learn to embrace it. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Nurse Blake Podcast
#34 - Nursing Shifts

The Nurse Blake Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 48:00


For this episode, I'm going in depth on nursing shifts and how 3 12's affects nurses. I'm still on the road with my husband Brett with two T's for the last stretch of my PTO Comedy Tour! We're recording in Denver, which reminds me of some memorable hikes I've taken in Colorado. I have a few favorite things, including the breadsticks at Olive Garden and Insomnia Cookies! Sponsor us? After some bowel movement talk, I jump into different nursing shifts including the most common 3 12's schedule. The appeal of flexibility has definitely changed over time, and is it safe? Sometimes shifts can stretch as long as 16 hours! Overtime laws vary by state, but there are a lot of nurses who are forced to work mandatory overtime. I get into short staffing, on-call shifts, and what nurses are currently going through at their hospitals. Advocate for patients and the nurses that care for them. To close out I'm reading shoutouts submitted on my website nurseblake.com/podcast. Each week we will take on a new nursing topic and bring up questions and stories submitted by our listeners. Enter for a chance to win through the free NurseCon app, the ultimate nursing organization! https://www.nursecon.com/ SUPPORT THE PODCAST BY SUBSCRIBING Thanks for listening!

Be Bold Begin
SMALL SHIFTS: What If I Am Worth It?

Be Bold Begin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 3:42


Today's Question: What If I Am Worth It? Each week we'll ask a question of our subconscious mind by saying it consciously…with some context. What would it feel like to just ask yourself for the changes you'd like to see? To start to think differently about things in your life you would like to change simply by asking yourself…a small question. How it works: you ask a question that does not need to be answered in the moment.  Why it works: your brain does not know how to deny a question. It is designed to answer it. But by asking it in this way…it's your subconscious mind that does the work for you. Ask and then just let it go. Your subconscious brain will do the work for you. If you'd like to stay connected for workshops and all Be Bold Begin offers and get a FREE guide to working with fear & imposter syndrome, you can go to fearimposter.avanthausmedia.com. Connect with Barsi on Instagram: @thebarsi Be bold and keep creating!

Real Estate Money School
Read the Market & Pivot: How Successful Investors Prepare for Shifts While Everyone Else Ignores the Red Flags w/Nancy Wallace-Laabs

Real Estate Money School

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 41:30


15 years ago, while people were spending recklessly in a seemingly good market, Nancy Wallace-Laabs saw signs that a storm was coming, and pivoted into investing.    Today, the red flags she saw back then are very much present and hard to ignore, and while everyone wears their rose-colored glasses, she's pivoting accordingly.    If you're paying attention, you can see that the market is heated, speculative and bubbled, and that it won't last forever. What do you need to be doing right now to prepare? What can we glean from Zillow's recent property woes?    In this episode, I'm joined by investor, author and speaker, Nancy Wallace-Laabs. We talk about how smart people respond when the economy is clearly too good to be true.  Three Things You'll Learn In This Episode    Why this market is unsustainable and headed for a huge crashIs this market really all that different from pre-2008?    How to get the right money, for the right deal at the right timeWhy do we need to consider lending in our investing considerations?    What you should be doing with your money right nowInstead of using your home equity to buy cars, boats and home upgrades, what should you be doing instead?      Guest Bio-  Nancy Wallace-Laabs is a 15-year Real Estate Investor, Public Speaker, best-selling author of "Winning Deals In Heels" and "Let Me Ask You This" and creator of The Profitable Landlord System. She has more than 15 years of real estate investing experience, and owns several rental properties.    Nancy and her husband founded the Profitable Landlord System – their goal: to help other real estate investors that want to create wealth, experience financial freedom and leave an impact for their community by providing a predictable, repeatable and simple step by step method for becoming a profitable landlord. For more information, visit https://www.knbhomes.com. Buy her books on Amazon, subscribe to Nancy's YouTube channel and follow her on Instagram. You can also email Nancy directly nancy@kbnhomes.com.

Economic Update with Richard D. Wolff

Biden's and Democrats' fading tax reforms, German and Austrian politics shift left, Yale sells out to rich donors, product shortages often deliberate, wages for housework, and real US food inflation.

STABcast
STABcast Episode 84: The SoCal Open and Galactic Shifts in Legion - Jumbo Episode Warning

STABcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 140:53


It's a three man episode this week as Ryan recounts his misadventures in sunny Southern California, where he was hoisted by his own x34s, he founded a religious movement, and was put down by Al Paz, friend of the podcast. Then, Will, Ryan, and I discuss the many and myriad changes to Legion with the release of the new Errata, RRG, and points document. For faithful listeners, there are two secret messages buried in this episode. You gotta listen to find out!   Come for the laughs, stay for the slashing cuts to the collective ego when you check out this episode of the STABcast. 

Economic Take
Major Shifts in the Healthcare Sector

Economic Take

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 9:53


Jim is joined by J.P. Morgan healthcare expert Lauren Ruane to discuss trends in the healthcare sector and what's changed in the pandemic. Key themes include how technology and innovation are shaping the sector's future. Lauren also covers patients as savvy consumers, remote care and behavioral health taking center stage, and why the sector's labor shortage is likely to intensify.

The Beat with Ari Melber
Pandemic uprising? Some companies on defense as leverage shifts to workers

The Beat with Ari Melber

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 43:38


MSNBC's Ari Melber hosts "The Beat" on Monday, November 8, and reports on President Biden's major bipartisan win, the probe into the January 6th insurrection, Trump's legal woes, how the pandemic is giving workers more leverage, and the coronavirus. Obama vet Neal Katyal joins.

Mike Smith on the Jazz 7-3 start, offseason additions, schematic shifts + more

"The Drive" with Spence Checketts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 22:32


Jazz/NBA analyst Michael Smith joins The Drive to react to the 7-3 start, early season shooting woes/schematic changes + more

Finding Your It Factor
Make these 4 Shifts If You Plan on Hosting Webinars Next Year [The Webinar Series Part 1]

Finding Your It Factor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 55:25


Are webinars still relevant? Do they actually work in today's environment? What's the balance between teaching without over delivering, while also selling without pitching your face off? Can you host webinars without the schmucky tactics?If you're curious about the answers to these questions (and you have plans to host webinars within the next year), get your entrepreneurial heart ready, because we're tackling these head on over the next 3 weeks on the podcast in a 3 part series...  all about WEBINARS.In p

The UpLevel Lounge Podcast
59: 3 Shifts That Got Me to Consistent 10K months and beyond

The UpLevel Lounge Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 24:57


Looking back, I spent way too much time playing small. For years, I couldn't seem to cross that $10k month threshold. No matter how hard I worked, no matter how much I wanted it, it was always just out of reach. Eventually, though, I made a major shift–in my strategy, in my finances, and most importantly, in my mindset. Since then, I've scaled far beyond those $10k months I used to dream about. And every time I surpass a new income goal, I feel even more aligned with my purpose. If you want to scale, it's time to make a leap, take a chance, and invest in yourself. That's where the real growth happens.   Don't forget to join me in my free Facebook group, The UpLevel Lounge.  This group is full of amazing women who are focused on collaboration over competition and are ready to take their businesses to the next level.  I would love to see you in there!    Full show notes available at www.melissafroehlich.com/59   Where We Can Connect:  www.melissafroehlich.com http://melissafroehlich.com/recalibrate-to-amplify Join The UpLevel Lounge Facebook Group  Subscribe to the Podcast Connect with Melissa on Instagram Follow Melissa on Facebook

Thoughts on the Market
Jonathan Garner: Equity Markets Respond to Global Shifts

Thoughts on the Market

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 2:47


Global moves in elections, COVID restrictions and energy prices are having ripple effects across markets. How should investors think about these dynamics for Asia and EM equities?----- Transcript -----Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Jonathan Garner, chief Asia and Emerging Markets Equity Strategist for Morgan Stanley Research. Along with my colleagues, bringing you their perspectives, today I'll be talking about our latest view on Asia and EM equities. It's Friday, November the 5th at 2pm in London.Overall, in our coverage, we continue to prefer Japan to Non-Japan Asia and Emerging Markets. Japan has outperformed Emerging Markets by 500 basis points year to date but remains cheaper to its own recent valuation history than Emerging Markets and with stronger upward earnings revisions. New Liberal Democratic Party leader Kishida-san has recently fought and won a snap election in the lower house of the Japanese parliament. The governing Center-Right coalition, which he now leads, did considerably better than polling had suggested prior to the election outcome. Although there may be some changes in policy emphasis compared with the Abe and Suga premierships, the broad contours of market-friendly macro and micro policy in Japan are likely to continue.Elsewhere within Emerging Markets, we're most constructive on Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa and in particular Russia, Saudi Arabia and UAE, which are positively leveraged to rising energy prices. We're also warming up to ASEAN, having upgraded Indonesia to overweight alongside our existing overweight on Singapore. ASEAN economies are finally beginning to reopen post-COVID, which is stimulating domestic consumption.However, we have recommended taking profits on Indian equities after a year of exceptionally strong performance. We remain structurally bullish on a cyclical recovery in earnings growth in India, but with forward price earnings valuations now very high to history and peers, and with rising energy prices a headwind for India, we think it's time to move to the sidelines. Within Latin America, we've also established a clear preference for Chile versus Brazil on relative economic momentum and export price dynamics.Finally, we remain underweight Taiwan and equal weight China. For Taiwan, our contrarian negative view relates to our expectation of a semiconductor downcycle in 2022 and a slowing retail investor boom. Meanwhile, China equities continue to face numerous headwinds, including Delta variant COVID outbreaks, property developer deleveraging and the medium to long term impact on private sector growth stocks from the recent regulatory reset. Although valuations have improved in pockets, we expect further earnings downgrades for China and await a clearer pickup in growth and liquidity before turning more constructive.Thanks for listening. If you enjoy the show, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts and share Thoughts on the Market with a friend or colleague today.

Bernstein & McKnight Show
Transition: Bernstein's music blind spot & Rick Hahn on shifts

Bernstein & McKnight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 18:21


Dan Bernstein and Leila Rahimi welcomed on Laurence Holmes for transition, where they discussed Bernstein's blind spot in hip hop music ... which is most of it. The group also listened and reacted to White Sox general manager Rick Hahn's comments on how his team used shifts in 2021. Should the White Sox shift more next season? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Daily Astrology with Markus Barrington
Big energetic shifts are taking place!

Daily Astrology with Markus Barrington

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 13:57


Big energetic shifts are taking place!

Coffee Talks w/ Roddy
3 Internal Shifts That Will Transform How You Show Up For Yourself

Coffee Talks w/ Roddy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 66:41


Outward validation only goes so deep.And it only lasts for so long.When you shift from seeking outward validation in order to feel good about yourself to inwardly validating yourself, that's when the magic begins.Connecting to your truth, cultivating an inseparable relationship with your intuition & rewriting your subconscious are all INTERNAL shifts that will transform your journey.Tune into today's episode to learn HOW to make sustainable internal shifts that will set you free!XO,RoddySupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/theroddymethod?fan_landing=true)

Be Bold Begin
SMALL SHIFTS: What If I Could Have It?

Be Bold Begin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 6:41


Today's Question: What If I Could Have It? Each week we'll ask a question of our subconscious mind by saying it consciously…with some context. What would it feel like to just ask yourself for the changes you'd like to see? To start to think differently about things in your life you would like to change simply by asking yourself…a small question. How it works: you ask a question that does not need to be answered in the moment.  Why it works: your brain does not know how to deny a question. It is designed to answer it. But by asking it in this way…it's your subconscious mind that does the work for you. Ask and then just let it go. Your subconscious brain will do the work for you. If you'd like to stay connected for workshops and all Be Bold Begin offers and get a FREE guide to working with fear & imposter syndrome, you can go to fearimposter.avanthausmedia.com. Connect with Barsi on Instagram: @thebarsi Be bold and keep creating!

New Books Network
Jussi M. Hanhimäki, "Pax Transatlantica: America and Europe in the Post-Cold War Era" (Oxford UP, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 60:06


Is the West finished as a political idea? In recent years, observers have begun pointing to signs that the transatlantic community is eroding. When the European Union expanded, the classic European nation state was in decline. Now, nationalism is on the rise. Furthermore, nations within the EU are less willing to cooperate with the US on policies that require sacrifice and risks, such as using military force alongside the US. Today, following the twin shocks of Brexit and Trump's election, the concept of a unified Western transatlantic community seems to be a relic. But, in Pax Transatlantica: America and Europe in the Post-Cold War Era (Oxford UP, 2021) the international historian Jussi Hanhimäki explains why the West is far from over. Hanhimäki argues that despite Trump's inflammatory, dismissive rhetoric, NATO continues to provide robust security for its member states. NATO has survived by expanding its remit and scope, and it is viewed favorably by member states overall. Moreover, the transatlantic relationship boasts the richest and most closely connected transcontinental economy in the world. Despite the potential fallout from current trade wars—especially between the US and China—and the rise of economic nationalism, the West still benefits from significant transatlantic trade and massive investment flows. Lastly, Hanhimäki traces the parallel evolution of domestic politics on both sides of the Atlantic, focusing on the rise of populism. He contends that populism is not causing a rift between the US and Europe. Rather, the spread of populism evinces that their politics are in fact closely integrated. Shifts and even crises abound in the history of the transatlantic relationship. Still, the West endures. Conflicts, rather than undermining the relationship, illustrate its resilience. Hanhimäki shows that the transatlantic relationship is playing out this cycle today. Not only will the "Pax Transatlantica" continue to exist, Hanhimäki concludes, it is likely to thrive in the future. Jussi Hanhimaki is Professor of International History and co-director of the History and Policy Initiative at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva. He is the author of many books, including the award-winning The Flawed Architect: Henry Kissinger and American Foreign Policy (2004) and The Rise and Fall of Détente: American Foreign Policy and the Transformation of the Cold War (2013). Joe Renouard is Resident Professor of American Studies and Fei Yi-Ming Journalism Foundation Chair of American Government and Comparative Politics at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies in Nanjing, China. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in American Studies
Jussi M. Hanhimäki, "Pax Transatlantica: America and Europe in the Post-Cold War Era" (Oxford UP, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 60:06


Is the West finished as a political idea? In recent years, observers have begun pointing to signs that the transatlantic community is eroding. When the European Union expanded, the classic European nation state was in decline. Now, nationalism is on the rise. Furthermore, nations within the EU are less willing to cooperate with the US on policies that require sacrifice and risks, such as using military force alongside the US. Today, following the twin shocks of Brexit and Trump's election, the concept of a unified Western transatlantic community seems to be a relic. But, in Pax Transatlantica: America and Europe in the Post-Cold War Era (Oxford UP, 2021) the international historian Jussi Hanhimäki explains why the West is far from over. Hanhimäki argues that despite Trump's inflammatory, dismissive rhetoric, NATO continues to provide robust security for its member states. NATO has survived by expanding its remit and scope, and it is viewed favorably by member states overall. Moreover, the transatlantic relationship boasts the richest and most closely connected transcontinental economy in the world. Despite the potential fallout from current trade wars—especially between the US and China—and the rise of economic nationalism, the West still benefits from significant transatlantic trade and massive investment flows. Lastly, Hanhimäki traces the parallel evolution of domestic politics on both sides of the Atlantic, focusing on the rise of populism. He contends that populism is not causing a rift between the US and Europe. Rather, the spread of populism evinces that their politics are in fact closely integrated. Shifts and even crises abound in the history of the transatlantic relationship. Still, the West endures. Conflicts, rather than undermining the relationship, illustrate its resilience. Hanhimäki shows that the transatlantic relationship is playing out this cycle today. Not only will the "Pax Transatlantica" continue to exist, Hanhimäki concludes, it is likely to thrive in the future. Jussi Hanhimaki is Professor of International History and co-director of the History and Policy Initiative at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva. He is the author of many books, including the award-winning The Flawed Architect: Henry Kissinger and American Foreign Policy (2004) and The Rise and Fall of Détente: American Foreign Policy and the Transformation of the Cold War (2013). Joe Renouard is Resident Professor of American Studies and Fei Yi-Ming Journalism Foundation Chair of American Government and Comparative Politics at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies in Nanjing, China. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in World Affairs
Jussi M. Hanhimäki, "Pax Transatlantica: America and Europe in the Post-Cold War Era" (Oxford UP, 2021)

New Books in World Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 60:06


Is the West finished as a political idea? In recent years, observers have begun pointing to signs that the transatlantic community is eroding. When the European Union expanded, the classic European nation state was in decline. Now, nationalism is on the rise. Furthermore, nations within the EU are less willing to cooperate with the US on policies that require sacrifice and risks, such as using military force alongside the US. Today, following the twin shocks of Brexit and Trump's election, the concept of a unified Western transatlantic community seems to be a relic. But, in Pax Transatlantica: America and Europe in the Post-Cold War Era (Oxford UP, 2021) the international historian Jussi Hanhimäki explains why the West is far from over. Hanhimäki argues that despite Trump's inflammatory, dismissive rhetoric, NATO continues to provide robust security for its member states. NATO has survived by expanding its remit and scope, and it is viewed favorably by member states overall. Moreover, the transatlantic relationship boasts the richest and most closely connected transcontinental economy in the world. Despite the potential fallout from current trade wars—especially between the US and China—and the rise of economic nationalism, the West still benefits from significant transatlantic trade and massive investment flows. Lastly, Hanhimäki traces the parallel evolution of domestic politics on both sides of the Atlantic, focusing on the rise of populism. He contends that populism is not causing a rift between the US and Europe. Rather, the spread of populism evinces that their politics are in fact closely integrated. Shifts and even crises abound in the history of the transatlantic relationship. Still, the West endures. Conflicts, rather than undermining the relationship, illustrate its resilience. Hanhimäki shows that the transatlantic relationship is playing out this cycle today. Not only will the "Pax Transatlantica" continue to exist, Hanhimäki concludes, it is likely to thrive in the future. Jussi Hanhimaki is Professor of International History and co-director of the History and Policy Initiative at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva. He is the author of many books, including the award-winning The Flawed Architect: Henry Kissinger and American Foreign Policy (2004) and The Rise and Fall of Détente: American Foreign Policy and the Transformation of the Cold War (2013). Joe Renouard is Resident Professor of American Studies and Fei Yi-Ming Journalism Foundation Chair of American Government and Comparative Politics at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies in Nanjing, China. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/world-affairs

Fresh Exchange
How to Handle Seasonal Shifts and Transitions

Fresh Exchange

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 28:52


I have challenged myself slowly and little by little over the last 5 years since moving back to Northern Michigan to learn through our seasonal shifts. The results? I have learned that surviving the challenging parts of life and seasons isn't the only way. We can also use the shifts to thrive and grow in a whole new way. How this happens isn't just that easy though, but with remaining open-minded, trying new things, and simplifying our life we can find a way to ground ourselves and heal through what has felt uncomfortable in the past. I have talked about these things in many ways before so you can listen to those episodes below as well. Thriving in Winter and Hard TimesSeasonal Eating: What, How, and Why See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Purpose Highway™
S2 Episode 17 - End Of The Line: Social Ethics And The Fate Of Humanity

Purpose Highway™

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 45:35


HIGHLIGHTS04:47 Pentecostal tradition as cult culture and searching for an authentic path10:16 The rise of modern Christianity alongside capitalism14:43 Shifts in belief systems: Education on weaponized Christianity and the internet18:27 Deconstruction: High religious control systems are fragile like Jenga 22:28 Progressive Christianity: Almost a different religion altogether26:28 Roots of the downfall of religiosity and support for the LGBTQ+ movement 33:26 The success of organized religions seems to hang on to lack of inclusivity34:45 Stave off chaos from anomie but modern life now provides for many human needs37:11 Humanism and citizenship: Democracy as a post-religion spirituality40:35 Prophesying druidry and finding harmony with the earth is an imperative need42:47 Connect with MelodyQUOTES13:07 "Even though there are hundreds of verses in the Bible about what I would call economic justice, what evangelicals would call economic stewards, giving to the poor caring for the widow and orphan... The Bible is just absolutely saturated with those theologies, but  that's not a very high commitment or value in current evangelicalism."18:41 "Those systems are inherently fragile because it's like Jenga, if you pull a piece out at the bottom, then all the other pieces above that it's stacked onto that you have to accept in order to be part of that community, all those other pieces start getting a little bit less stable."24:49 "It seems like once people have deconstructed a fundamentalistic religion or like we've been talking about systems of high religious control, it seems to me there is often a lot of trauma and a lot of resentment that has built up and the people would rather just leave faith altogether than try to reform it."36:25 "A lot of people would say maybe there's not as high of a need for God if we don't deal with anomie on a regular basis. So I think the question is, does religion offer something that's more than oppression and more than staving off chaos?"41:28 "I think if we can come back to environmentalist and ecological reverence and caring for it, our collective home. I think if I'm going to prophesize anything, I think that that is the biggest need in the coming decades."To find out more about Melody Stanford Martin, please see the links below.LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/melody-stanford-martinWebsite (Brave Talk Project) - https://bravetalkproject.com/To hear more of Scott Mason and the Purpose Highway™ podcast, join our community at https://purposehighway.com/ and subscribe to get notified when new episodes go live.

Arizona Cardinals Podcasts
Red Sea Report - Focus Shifts To 49ers

Arizona Cardinals Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 45:39


After dropping their first game of the season to the Green Bay Packers, the Cardinals must shift their focus to the 49ers. Kyler Murray is dealing with a sore ankle and it remains to be seen if he can play on Sunday. Craig Grialou, Mike Jurecki and former QB Drew Stanton discuss the possibility of having Colt McCoy under center and how that would change the Cardinals offense. Plus, what can the Cardinals do to improve the run defense and how will the 49ers offense be different with Jimmy Garoppolo at QB instead of rookie Trey Lance?

Arizona Cardinals Podcasts
Red Sea Report - Focus Shifts To 49ers

Arizona Cardinals Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 45:39


After dropping their first game of the season to the Green Bay Packers, the Cardinals must shift their focus to the 49ers. Kyler Murray is dealing with a sore ankle and it remains to be seen if he can play on Sunday. Craig Grialou, Mike Jurecki and former QB Drew Stanton discuss the possibility of having Colt McCoy under center and how that would change the Cardinals offense. Plus, what can the Cardinals do to improve the run defense and how will the 49ers offense be different with Jimmy Garoppolo at QB instead of rookie Trey Lance?

The Local Maximum
Ep. 197 - Industry Shifts with Meta, Rumble, and Locals

The Local Maximum

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 33:22


Max discusses Facebook's rebranding to Meta, the merger between Rumbles and Locals, and the upcoming mayoral election in NYC.

The JAYREELZ Podcast
Series Shifts To Houston. Can Astros Complete Comeback? NFL WK 8 Winners & Losers. Big Ten Flops In College Football. Who's On Top Of NBA East? Blackhawks Black Eye With Sexual Assault Case

The JAYREELZ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 82:40


A new day, new week and new month as November ushers into our consciousness so even with the leaves changing and the temperature dropping, the sports world continues to stay hot as I'll have plenty to say about it as Episode #222 is ready for your listening pleasure. On deck: (6:53) The World Series has now made its turn past the weekend and into a Game 6 in Houston. I'll recap all that took place to this point as the Astros stave off elimination. Can the Astros extend this series? Will the Braves win Game 6? Or 7? What is a potential key factor the Astros as they do their best to push this series to a decisive winner take all, Game 7? I'll get into the length of these World Series games. What can they do to fix it? And can any of these hitters take a strike especially in the later innings? I'll also talk about the Padres hire of former A's manager, Bob Melvin. And the Mets continued, but failing pursuit for a VP of baseball operations and skipper to lead this franchise next year. (33:56) NFL Week 8 had some intriguing outcomes as we inch closer to the midway point of the season. I'll share my winners (GB, NO) and losers (CIN, CLE) of the week. It's time for Odell Beckham Jr. to be dealt from Cleveland and other notes as I look back on the schedule this past Sunday. (52:47) The Big Ten schedule has begun their Battle Royale slate as Michigan loses a brutal game to their in-state rivals, Michigan State. Iowa couldn't muster up any offense vs. Wisconsin and Penn State's comeback fell short vs. Ohio State as those games were the highlight in college football this past week. Does Michigan still have a shot at college football's Final Four? What about Michigan State? (1:01:28) Who would've thought that the top of the Eastern Conference after two weeks would have the Knicks, Wizards, Bulls and Hornets as teams above the Sixers, Bucks, Nets and Celtics in the standing? Are these teams for real? Can they sustain this early season success? (1:06:35) The Chicago Blackhawks have gone through the ringer and the season is only three weeks old. They've had several players come down with COVID, have not been able to win a game to date, but its the fallout from the sexual assault allegations regarding a former assistant coach towards a player, Kyle Beach, more than a decade ago that has rocked the organization and the league. In the process, the former coach, Joel Quenneville, who was in Florida coaching the Panthers, has resigned. I'll discuss the after effects of this sad and sordid story and take a look around the ice for the latest and greatest in the NHL. (1:17:03) In closing, I have my Hero and Zero of the Week. Please subscribe, leave a rating and post a review on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spreaker, Stitcher, Spotify, Luminary, Amazon Music and iHeartRadio or wherever you get your podcasts. If you'd like to contribute to the production of the podcast, please visit my Patreon page at: www.patreon.com/TheJAYREELZPodcast Many thanks for all of your love and support. Intro/outro music by Cyklonus. LINKS TO SUBSCRIBE, RATE & REVIEW: APPLE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-jayreelz-podcast/id1354797894 SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/1gkdtgroTFlaqPW1EBjVDr SPREAKER: https://www.spreaker.com/show/the-jayreelz-podcast_2 STITCHER: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/jason-s-nazario/the-jayreelz-podcast iHEARTRADIO: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-the-jayreelz-podcast-43104270/ LUMINARY: https://luminarypodcasts.com/listen/jason-s-nazario/the-jayreelz-podcast/f9527dd9-47ea-4ed9-92cf-32af9bfa95ad?country=US SPOTIFY TRAILER: https://open.spotify.com/episode/7nZZlvPRAly5irLRSG2qxq?si=rTKCQKnZRNC_VK-_uIWNJA AMAZON MUSIC: https://www.amazon.com/The-JAYREELZ-Podcast/dp/B08K58SW24/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=the+jayreelz+podcast&qid=1606319520&sr=8-1 SPOTIFY PODCAST LINK: https://open.spotify.com/show/1gkdtgroTFlaqPW1EBjVDr

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Three Martini Lunch: Voter Trust Shifts to GOP, Kerry's War on Coal, Lincoln Project's Ugly Theater

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021


Join Jim and Greg as they dissect new polls that show voters trusting Republicans more on several key issues and by wide margins.  They also roll their eyes at the climate summit in Scotland and at climate envoy John Kerry’s effort to end energy derived from coal altogether. And they unload at the Lincoln Project […]

Mad Radio
Payne & Pendergast Hour 2: Astros Advantage Shifts to Braves for Game 6

Mad Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 49:14


Seth and Sean discuss a big advantage in the World Series that has potentially been reversed, assess how open for trade business the Texans are the next 24 hours, re-live an all-time Gamblecast moment from yesterday's Texans game, and take you through the Headlines. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Of Course I'm Not OK: The Podcast
61. Perspective Shifts As Life Shifts

Of Course I'm Not OK: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 39:28


Hello, Listeners and welcome to the launch of SEASON 6!! In today's episode, Karen and Katie discuss how shifting our perspectives on life events can really make us feel differently (and often in the best possible ways). The pair then gets into a wide reaching convo about everything from cats shitting to Agent Orange to leaves falling off the trees as winter descends upon us. Trust us, though, this episode is FUN and there are some surprises, so be sure to tune in. Thanks for listening, we appreciate each of you! Resources from today's episode: - Check out Michael Neill's Three Principles modality: https://www.michaelneill.org/ - Check out Byron Katie's The Work - both a book and a modality: https://thework.com/

Dean Graziosi's Millionaire Success Habits
Define your own success|7 shifts to finally realizing YOUR vision of success

Dean Graziosi's Millionaire Success Habits

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 44:22


Today, you'll learn the most important step to creating the life you want: defining what success means to you. You may think you know… but I'd bet that you'll realize you haven't fully defined it how you need to, and until you do, it'll be much harder to reach your next level. Watch until the end to gain my 7 secrets for achieving YOUR version of success! Grab my book THE UNDERDOG ADVANTAGE: https://www.deansbook.com/uda-ordering?utm_source=udapodcast   

IntHERrupt
INT 050: How to read your team members body language

IntHERrupt

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 22:00


Did you know that when we communicate, only 7% is in the words that we say? That means 93% of our communication is through nonverbal language. In today's episode of IntHERrupt, Linda's going solo to explain some of her findings and experiences in fostering positive nonverbal communication. The goal with body language is to look at them in clusters, not just one instance of expression. Nonverbal language is the way you move your body, the way you gesture, whether or not you're smiling, and whether you make eye contact, all of which impact nonverbal language. Did you know that we make over 3000 facial gestures a day? Humans are far more expressive than we might think. Linda learned firsthand the importance of body language when interacting with a past COO.  She wanted to share an idea, but his body language was not receptive to communication. (His arms folded, he was scowling and made no eye contact.) Linda mirrored him, becoming equally closed off.  Soon after, he began to nod and make eye contact, so Linda became more open.  Once they were both open with each other, they were able to share ideas. Posture is integral to good nonverbal communication. Keep your shoulders back, with your shoulder blades rolled back and down. Keep your head up, and your body open, and your legs uncrossed and your feet flat on the ground. Spending time moving your body and getting exercise will help you be more confident. Use nonverbal communication to gauge if someone might be deceptive. Sudden jerky movements or covering their mouth after speaking Shifts in voice tone or a sudden dry cough Increased blink rate or clenched eyebrows. They might smile more than usual, trying to overcompensate. Your body language is just as crucial as your teammates'. As a leader, you want to be approachable. Your job is to listen to others. Therefore, you need to show that you will and do hear people when in conversation with others. Be aware of where your or someone's feet point. For example, if feet are pointed toward the door, they might be uncomfortable with the situation. If in conversation with someone who is uncomfortable, turn your body on a slight angle, so you aren't interacting with them head-on. Linda's final takeaway: Record yourself speaking, whether at an event or even in your living room, and watch your body language. It's a great way to observe any nervous habits you have that you might not even be aware of. Do you have any questions about body language or being aware of your own body language? Ask it in Linda's Facebook group!  Do you have stories to tell? Connect with Linda to share them. This podcast is produced by TSE Studios. Check out other podcasts by TSE Studios, including this episode's sponsor, The Sales Evangelist, helping new and struggling sellers close more deals and achieve their sales goals. Subscribe to the IntHERrupt Podcast so you won't miss a single show. Find us on Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Spotify, and Stitcher. Audio created by Ryan Rasmussen Productions.

Door County Pulse Podcasts
Extreme Shifts in Lake Michigan's Water Levels with Mario Koran

Door County Pulse Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 31:10


For the past few months the Peninsula Pulse has been working in support of the team at Wisconsin Watch on a series of articles examining how a climate “tug of war” is driving extreme shifts in Lake Michigan's water levels. Wisconsin Watch reporter Mario Koran speaks to Myles Dannhausen Jr. about what he learned reporting on the issue from Door County. The first story is available here: “The Water Always Wins”: Calls to protect shorelines as volatile Lake Michigan inflicts heavy toll

SBS Japanese - SBSの日本語放送
How will Australia adapt as it shifts away from its long-held COVID-zero approach? - ポスト・ロックダウン、どのようにCOVIDと共生できるか?

SBS Japanese - SBSの日本語放送

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 8:53


The last of Australia's cities are now out of lockdown, with state and international border reopenings the next milestone in sight. So how will Australia adapt as it shifts away from its long-held COVID-zero approach? - オーストラリアの最後の都市がすでにロックダウンから脱して、州境や国境が再開する次の里程標が視野に入っています。オーストラリアは長い間のCOVIDゼロに向けての取り組みからの方向転換にどのように適応するのでしょうか。

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
Effectively Wild Episode 1765: Of Cinnabon and Shifts

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 43:16


Before Game 3 of the World Series, Meg Rowley and guest co-host Emma Baccellieri of Sports Illustrated discuss postseason travel for sportswriters, the forgotten virtues of suburban malls, Emma's piece on how Atlanta shifted its stance on the shift midseason, and how the front office, Ron Washington, and the players came together to adopt the […]

Humans and Earth
32 Consciousness Shifts for Regeneration

Humans and Earth

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 22:03


You're likely already contributing to the current consciousness shifts that are creating regenerative solutions for people and planet. This episode talks about the old types of consciousness we are outgrowing and the new types of consciousness that favor regeneration and well-being for all life.  Hear about three key aspects of consciousness shift and specific things you can do to participate: We are growing beyond beliefs in hierarchy to embrace the Unity and equality of all life  The well-being of individual people and humanity as a whole is intricately intertwined with the well-being of the natural world.  We create through positive visions of what we desire, not through fear or despair.As you participate in the aspects of consciousness shift that feel wise, welcoming, and aligned to you, you contribute to the collective consciousness shift that is leading us into an era of co-creative regeneration for people and planet. Despite the troubles and turmoil we're encountering on planet Earth, it's a truly amazing time to be here. You are needed. You are included. You can help co-create a regenerative shift. 

Wholesaling Inc
WIP 808: The Power of Consistency - From Working 12 Hour Shifts in the Military to Closing a $47k Wholesaling Deal

Wholesaling Inc

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 28:10


If you have been in the real estate business for a while, you've probably realized that nothing works without consistency. A consistent process with successful outcomes is the only way to be successful. Like any skill, you must practice and develop consistency in your real estate wholesaling business. If you always do the same thing every time, you begin to build patterns of success. When it comes to successful real estate investing, there are lots of opinions out there. But what matters most is what works for you. Today, Justin Pendleton joins the conversation with your Wholesaling Inc. host, Rafael Cortez to give you a quick background on what consistency is from his own experience and how it played a powerful role in his wholesaling business. RESOURCES: Wholesaling Business Blueprint Profit First by Mike Michalowicz Justin A Pendleton on Facebook Justin on Instagram: @justin_penpen

Sales Enablement PRO Podcast
Episode 177: Marcela Piñeros on 3 Enablement Shifts to Deliver Strategic Value

Sales Enablement PRO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 14:53


Shawnna Sumaoang: Hi, and welcome to the Sales Enablement PRO podcast, I'm Shawnna Sumaoang. Sales enablement is a constantly evolving space, and we’re here to help professionals stay up to date on the latest trends and best practices so that they can be more effective in their jobs. Today, I’m excited to have a return guest with us, Marcela Piñeros, the Head of Sales Enablement from Stripe. Marcella, I would love for you to introduce yourself, your role, and your organization to our audience. Marcela Piñeros: Absolutely. Well first, thank you for having me. I love to be back here, and I love the conversations with you, Shawnna. I always walk away just a little bit smarter, so thank you for that. I have the honor of leading the sales enablement organization at Stripe. For those of you that are not familiar, Stripe is a platform that helps us increase the overall GDP of the internet. It’s a really exciting company, dual-based in Dublin and San Francisco, and we’ve got folks all over the world that are really just helping everything, from small business owners to enterprise, grow their commercial space. It’s a really exciting time to be there. SS: Well, Marcela, thank you so much for joining us. I feel the same way, I learn something new every time I talked to you. In fact, you recently wrote a LinkedIn article that I found really interesting, where you discuss the hamster wheel of content governance efforts. What are some of the challenges to effective content governance that sales enablement practitioners might encounter? MP: Yes. I think one of the biggest challenges with enablement in general is just keeping up. Keeping up with the demand to generate content, keeping up with the demand to keep it updated, the demand to avoid skill fade, to future proof an organization, it’s a lot. Essentially, any content governance strategy really needs to ensure that materials that the field can access have three qualities: that they’re current, they’re accurate, and that they add value. If any of those three criteria fall apart, then it takes a hit, it impacts efficiency and productivity and seller experience. We don’t want that. One major shift that I feel we need to make as enablement functions in general is to go from being content creators to being content curators. I say that because I feel that our expertise is actually in sales productivity and enablement, and we can’t, nor should we try to become experts in all things because that immediately puts us into a reactive mode. Instead, I tell my team that we need to be masters at sourcing expertise from the field, and we need to be able to enable our SMEs to create content that is accurate and valuable and current and that can be easily shared with the broader organization. A lot of us do this work manually, so you know that the lift is enormous, and it does feel like a hamster wheel. You’re constantly trying to catch up and you can never really catch up when you’re talking about a hundred assets. You can potentially manage that content in a spreadsheet, but when you start thinking in the hundreds or the thousands, you really need technology to support you. You need to be able to lean on processes and tools that help you automate that toy. You can focus on more impactful tasks, like deciding what content you actually need to source to support key business priorities. I encourage everybody to get off the hamster wheel, shift away from being a content generation function and focus on what processes you can put in place to be a content curation function. SS: I couldn’t agree more. In that same article, you offered some strategies on how to overcome these challenges by really shifting the enablement mindset. I’d love for you to give our audience some tips and tricks. What are these mindset shifts and how can they help move the needle and get practitioners off of that hamster? MP: Sure. I think that the most important shift I talk about quite regularly is shifting the finish line. I got this from a book called “The Six Disciplines of Breakthrough Learning.” I ask all of my team members to read it. I actually gave it to some team members for Christmas, I really like it and it covers this idea really well. The concept is, instead of saying that somebody has enabled and checking the box after they’ve completed a course or they’ve taken an exam, what if you actually shift the finish line and only consider somebody enabled when they've successfully done it on the job. If I pause for a second and think about what all of that entails, it’s not so much capturing data around completion rates and exam scores and consumption of content, it’s more, where are we on pipeline? Where are we on product attached rate? When you shift that finish line, you immediately take a broader and a more strategic view of enablement. For example, if I’m rolling out a module on prospecting, I wouldn’t check the box and call somebody enabled until I see that they’ve hit 2.5x in their pipeline. Or an enablement campaign on multithreading, I wouldn’t say that folks are enabled until I see in Salesforce that they’ve met with multiple decision-makers and were kept. By focusing on that, we are actually impacting the business and enablement becomes more of a campaign than a moment in time. You’re able to expand your view so you’re not just thinking about pre-work, but what touchpoints should managers be involved in? What performance support mechanisms do you have to have in place so that when somebody leaves a workshop, they have the opportunity to practice and reinforce and get recognition and rewards? When the time comes for them to choose between doing what they’ve always done and doing what you want them to do, they actually choose a behavior you’ve trained them to do. That in my mind is when you get out of the hamster wheel, you step away from that and you become much more strategic, and you have a long-term view. You think of enablement as a campaign. SS: I love that approach. Now, you talked about the shift a bit as well in your article, but one of those is the shift from this notion of onboarding to ever-boarding. I have started to hear enablement talk about this term ever-boarding even more. How does your approach to ever-boarding differ from onboarding and how do ever-boarding programs really help to equip reps with the skills that they need at every point in their tenure with an organization? MP: I do talk about three shifts. The first is shifting from content creation to content curation, the second is shifting the finish line, and the third is that shift from onboarding to ever-boarding. I say that I have a little bit of a love-hate relationship right now with the entire concept of onboarding, and I say that with love for some many of my peers that are out there are dedicated to onboarding. The challenge I find is that onboarding tends to be a very content-driven architecture. It’s about getting topics out and about getting as much information into somebody’s head as early on in the job as possible. I think that many of us struggle to see how that retention sticks over time. I find that new hires actually share two qualities. On one end, they have a greater sense of urgency to prove themselves and to confirm they made the right choice. On the other hand, they have more available time or tolerance than the people around them to dedicate to training. The kicker is we take those qualities of urgency and time, and we put folks in a room and try to spoon-feed them information. We know that if we’re lucky after the first week, they’ll remember 20%. If we’re lucky after the second week, they might remember 8%. In truth, it’s not the best ROI and it gets new hires in the habit of being spoon-fed information, which is rarely the reality when they leave the program. I’m a huge fan of an alternative model, which is using customer ride alongs. My thought is if in your first 30 days, you do 20 customer ride alongs or something to that effect, you’re going to be able to observe in the wild what exactly is happening. Then if we’re able to give you the content so that you have access to it when it is relevant to you, then it’s going to be stickier. That pull of content based off of need is much more effective than an arbitrary, oh, this needs to happen on day 12 because it turns out that’s when we're available. It’s definitely a shift and also tied into that is we assume that depending on the program, whether that’s a 30, 60, 90-day, 180-day program, that at the end of it, folks are magically onboarded. It’s midnight on new year’s, boom, now it's a new year. The truth is that there is no cliff for that. The alternative is with an ever-boarding program, the hire date that somebody has isn’t this key that magically opens a vault of information and disappears at your 90 days. Everybody has access to that vault. It’s an open door for everyone at all times, and it contains what people need to know or do to be successful in their job. It’s definitely a different model at Stripe. We call it “spin up” and we’re piloting that customer ride along, that use a ride-along model, including masterclasses. There’s a whole other system of work that helps us scale while at the same time making sure that any time someone is spending in enablement is getting them closer to doing the job rather than closer to learning information related to doing the job. SS: Absolutely. Now not to bring up onboarding because it sounds like, as you said, there’s a bit of a love-hate relationship there, but in our original podcast episode, which is episode number seven of the series, you were actually talking about the difference between metrics enablement can impact directly versus those practitioners can influence. I’d love to carry on this conversation and understand your evolution on this perspective. What are some of the key metrics that you use to prove enablement’s impact on the business, including both direct and influenced metrics? MP: Sure. This goes back to when you shift the finish line. If you’re shifting the finish line, that means that you already have a measure of success in mind at the very beginning even before you start designing the enablement program. Let’s say that someone is sharing with you that we need to improve our forecast accuracy. It’s like, great. What is our forecast accuracy today? Where do we want that variance to be? What is the target? Then we backtrack from those metrics to design what the enablement campaign is going to be. What are the activities, the reinforcement to drive the behavior that is going to get us to the forecast accuracy we want? Just to use an example. By shifting the finish line, you’re already thinking about the metrics that you can inflate. We know that forecast accuracy has a whole lot more involved than just whether or not people are practicing certain behaviors. You also want to be able to track the lead indicators that show that you’re trending in the right direction. This applies also to onboarding where you can take a top performer and you identify, for example, how many high-value activities they have in the month? You can actually create benchmarks to those, and you can say, okay, then at the 90-day mark, let's say as a top performer you’re holding 54 high-value activities or customer-facing activities a month. Then I could potentially say that your 90-day mark, you should be trending around 30 high-value activities. At your 60-day, you should be down to 20. At your 30 days you should be at 15 high-value activities. The intention is to have those mile markers so that you can show if somebody's trending in the right direction, on their way to being a top performer. You can actually take that same approach in all things. In an entire enablement campaign, you can figure out what is the end result and what are the top performers doing? Then you can backtrack with some metrics as lead indicators. Those are all from an influence perspective. From a direct impact perspective, we have the practitioners that are out there figuring out, okay, well, what can I actually directly impact. From that sense, I think that there’s everything from scorecards that you can track for your teams, you can track everything related to lead conversion, you can track account penetration, you can track quota attainment, you can track pipeline health. All of those things are really important. As an enabling function, you can look at it in terms of time. Time to quota, you can look at relevance scores, you can look at confidence scores. Are people more confident and does that correlate to the actual business results? That correlation piece is really important. We clarify, it’s not causation. We’re not going to say that our enabling program led to a 25% increase in revenue. We can say that when people completed this program, they saw better scores or better results than when people did. My team is huge on A/B testing. We do that a lot where I’ll ask them whenever there’s a hypothesis, an idea, to run a small test over the course of two weeks. A two-week sprint or a month with a control group then with the new group trying this new model so we have indicators to know, yes, this is something that we want to do a lot more. SS: Absolutely. I love that approach. Now, and this is the last question, you have always been a huge advocate for using data to establish enablement as a strategic function rather than a tactical one always on that hamster wheel. In your experience, how have you been able to communicate and validate the strategic impact that enablement brings to the business with your executive stakeholder? MP: Well, first my word of advice to anybody out there that’s listening is get to know your business. Really get to know your business. Not necessarily your skills as an enablement professional, but how does the company make money? What are the biggest risks to revenue? What are the biggest challenges that are facing the company in the market? Really get to know and understand the business so that every conversation that you have with an executive stakeholder is grounded in that. That’s first and foremost, really key. The other part is executive stakeholders care about being able to de-risk the organization. They care about efficiency, and they care about effectiveness. If you are continually assessing why top performers succeed and you’re continually assessing why someone is underperforming, then you can actually proactively create programs to intervene before it impacts the business. That’s part of de-risking. We can also focus from an enablement function. We work very heavily on how do we collect and share those best practices across the organization so that we can increase the effectiveness of the organization? What is the infrastructure that we’re going to maintain as a sales enablement function to support people being more efficient? If you’re able to connect your programs to risk or de-risking efficiency and effectiveness, those are the types of things that will capture someone’s attention far beyond volume of content that’s produced, for example, or far beyond satisfaction scores. Those really don’t necessarily capture an executive leader's attention in my experience. SS: Marcela, thank you so much for taking the time to talk to us. Again, I always learn something new every time I talk to you. I think I learned a ton of valuable information out of this conversation, and I know our audience will, so thank you so much for taking the time. MP: It is so my pleasure. Thank you. SS: To our audience, thanks for listening. For more insights, tips, and expertise from sales enablement leaders, visit salesenablement.pro. If there’s something you’d like to share or a topic you’d like to learn more about, please let us know. We’d love to hear from you.

Monetization Nation Podcast
How to Prepare for Business Tectonic Shifts

Monetization Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 27:19


Ivana Taylor is the publisher of DIYMarketers.com, where small business owners get low-cost tools, tips, and strategies to do marketing on about $17 a day. Her popular #BizapaloozaChat is a weekly Twitter chat that teaches about 2 million small business owners each week. She's also been a contributor to AMEX OPENForum and has appeared on MSNBC. Read more at: https://monetizationnation.com/blog/how-to-prepare-for-business-tectonic-shifts/

Be Bold Begin
SMALL SHIFTS: What Would It Feel Like To Give Yourself Permission To Pause?

Be Bold Begin

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 5:45


Today's Question: What Would It Feel Like To Give Yourself Permission To Pause? Each week we'll ask a question of our subconscious mind by saying it consciously…with some context. What would it feel like to just ask yourself for the changes you'd like to see? To start to think differently about things in your life you would like to change simply by asking yourself…a small question. How it works: you ask a question that does not need to be answered in the moment.  Why it works: your brain does not know how to deny a question. It is designed to answer it. But by asking it in this way…it's your subconscious mind that does the work for you. Ask and then just let it go. Your subconscious brain will do the work for you. If you'd like to stay connected for workshops and all Be Bold Begin offers and get a FREE guide to working with fear & imposter syndrome, you can go to fearimposter.avanthausmedia.com. Connect with Barsi on Instagram: @thebarsi Be bold and keep creating!

New Books Network
John A. Dearborn, "Power Shifts: Congress and Presidential Representation" (U Chicago Press, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 56:03


Political Scientist John Dearborn's new book, Power Shifts: Congress and Presidential Representation (U Chicago Press, 2021), weaves together three connected threads in the course of his analysis: the role and capacity of ideas to make political change, the evolution of the position and understanding of the President of the United States as a representative of the citizens of the United States, and the way in which congressional legislation also works to shift the constitutional or institutional relationship between Congress and the President. This is a propulsive book, which is not necessarily the norm for academic publications, and Dearborn keeps the reader engaged through fascinating details about legislation that Congress passes in the midst of the 20th century that not only sets up policy outcomes but also provides the president with the power to create those outcomes. Dearborn then traces the ways, in the latter part of the 20th century, in which Congress attempts to wrangle some of that power back from the president, or to develop its own power to rival or parallel the president's power. Power Shifts focuses on this concept of the president as a national representative, which was not necessarily the idea that the Founders had for the president at the time of the Constitutional Convention. Some thought was given to how this national office would operate, but because of the way that the president is elected, at a remove from the people, the idea that the president was the voice or tribune of the people was not the key concept in the design of the presidency. Dearborn takes the reader through the evolution of this concept during the 19th and 20th century, highlighting how the presidents made claim to this particular role, while noting that it became clear that the veto power was not sufficient to reflect the voice of the people. During a number of decades in the midst of the 20th century, Congress builds up the presidency as an institution, formalizing presidential agenda-setting capacities and giving the presidency the organizational capacity to function as the center of the governmental structure and as the representative of all of the people. In examining several congressional acts, including the Budget Act of 1921, the Reorganization Act of 1939, and other particular constructions by Congress, Power Shifts examines how these creations centered presidential representation as the key to the design for these legislative moves. In the second part of the book, Dearborn explores the period of congressional resurgence in the 1970s and 1980s, and how Congress created connected legislation that sought to pull some of these powers away from the president, or at least provide Congress with sufficient capacity to challenge the president in a number of different arenas. And again, the arguments around the legislation dive into the question of whether the president is operating as a national representative, with a focus on the best interests of the people and the country. Shaina Boldt assisted with this podcast. Lilly J. Goren is professor of political science at Carroll University in Waukesha, WI. She is co-editor of the award winning book, Women and the White House: Gender, Popular Culture, and Presidential Politics (University Press of Kentucky, 2012), as well as co-editor of Mad Men and Politics: Nostalgia and the Remaking of Modern America (Bloomsbury Academic, 2015). Email her comments at lgoren@carrollu.edu or tweet to @gorenlj. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Law
John A. Dearborn, "Power Shifts: Congress and Presidential Representation" (U Chicago Press, 2021)

New Books in Law

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 56:03


Political Scientist John Dearborn's new book, Power Shifts: Congress and Presidential Representation (U Chicago Press, 2021), weaves together three connected threads in the course of his analysis: the role and capacity of ideas to make political change, the evolution of the position and understanding of the President of the United States as a representative of the citizens of the United States, and the way in which congressional legislation also works to shift the constitutional or institutional relationship between Congress and the President. This is a propulsive book, which is not necessarily the norm for academic publications, and Dearborn keeps the reader engaged through fascinating details about legislation that Congress passes in the midst of the 20th century that not only sets up policy outcomes but also provides the president with the power to create those outcomes. Dearborn then traces the ways, in the latter part of the 20th century, in which Congress attempts to wrangle some of that power back from the president, or to develop its own power to rival or parallel the president's power. Power Shifts focuses on this concept of the president as a national representative, which was not necessarily the idea that the Founders had for the president at the time of the Constitutional Convention. Some thought was given to how this national office would operate, but because of the way that the president is elected, at a remove from the people, the idea that the president was the voice or tribune of the people was not the key concept in the design of the presidency. Dearborn takes the reader through the evolution of this concept during the 19th and 20th century, highlighting how the presidents made claim to this particular role, while noting that it became clear that the veto power was not sufficient to reflect the voice of the people. During a number of decades in the midst of the 20th century, Congress builds up the presidency as an institution, formalizing presidential agenda-setting capacities and giving the presidency the organizational capacity to function as the center of the governmental structure and as the representative of all of the people. In examining several congressional acts, including the Budget Act of 1921, the Reorganization Act of 1939, and other particular constructions by Congress, Power Shifts examines how these creations centered presidential representation as the key to the design for these legislative moves. In the second part of the book, Dearborn explores the period of congressional resurgence in the 1970s and 1980s, and how Congress created connected legislation that sought to pull some of these powers away from the president, or at least provide Congress with sufficient capacity to challenge the president in a number of different arenas. And again, the arguments around the legislation dive into the question of whether the president is operating as a national representative, with a focus on the best interests of the people and the country. Shaina Boldt assisted with this podcast. Lilly J. Goren is professor of political science at Carroll University in Waukesha, WI. She is co-editor of the award winning book, Women and the White House: Gender, Popular Culture, and Presidential Politics (University Press of Kentucky, 2012), as well as co-editor of Mad Men and Politics: Nostalgia and the Remaking of Modern America (Bloomsbury Academic, 2015). Email her comments at lgoren@carrollu.edu or tweet to @gorenlj. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/law

New Books in American Studies
John A. Dearborn, "Power Shifts: Congress and Presidential Representation" (U Chicago Press, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 56:03


Political Scientist John Dearborn's new book, Power Shifts: Congress and Presidential Representation (U Chicago Press, 2021), weaves together three connected threads in the course of his analysis: the role and capacity of ideas to make political change, the evolution of the position and understanding of the President of the United States as a representative of the citizens of the United States, and the way in which congressional legislation also works to shift the constitutional or institutional relationship between Congress and the President. This is a propulsive book, which is not necessarily the norm for academic publications, and Dearborn keeps the reader engaged through fascinating details about legislation that Congress passes in the midst of the 20th century that not only sets up policy outcomes but also provides the president with the power to create those outcomes. Dearborn then traces the ways, in the latter part of the 20th century, in which Congress attempts to wrangle some of that power back from the president, or to develop its own power to rival or parallel the president's power. Power Shifts focuses on this concept of the president as a national representative, which was not necessarily the idea that the Founders had for the president at the time of the Constitutional Convention. Some thought was given to how this national office would operate, but because of the way that the president is elected, at a remove from the people, the idea that the president was the voice or tribune of the people was not the key concept in the design of the presidency. Dearborn takes the reader through the evolution of this concept during the 19th and 20th century, highlighting how the presidents made claim to this particular role, while noting that it became clear that the veto power was not sufficient to reflect the voice of the people. During a number of decades in the midst of the 20th century, Congress builds up the presidency as an institution, formalizing presidential agenda-setting capacities and giving the presidency the organizational capacity to function as the center of the governmental structure and as the representative of all of the people. In examining several congressional acts, including the Budget Act of 1921, the Reorganization Act of 1939, and other particular constructions by Congress, Power Shifts examines how these creations centered presidential representation as the key to the design for these legislative moves. In the second part of the book, Dearborn explores the period of congressional resurgence in the 1970s and 1980s, and how Congress created connected legislation that sought to pull some of these powers away from the president, or at least provide Congress with sufficient capacity to challenge the president in a number of different arenas. And again, the arguments around the legislation dive into the question of whether the president is operating as a national representative, with a focus on the best interests of the people and the country. Shaina Boldt assisted with this podcast. Lilly J. Goren is professor of political science at Carroll University in Waukesha, WI. She is co-editor of the award winning book, Women and the White House: Gender, Popular Culture, and Presidential Politics (University Press of Kentucky, 2012), as well as co-editor of Mad Men and Politics: Nostalgia and the Remaking of Modern America (Bloomsbury Academic, 2015). Email her comments at lgoren@carrollu.edu or tweet to @gorenlj. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

SBS World News Radio
How will Australia adapt as it shifts away from its long-held COVID-zero approach?

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 5:59


The last of Australia's cities are now out of lockdown, with state and international border reopenings the next milestone in sight.

Locked On Today
The Houston Astros Win Game Two to Tie Up the World Series as it Shifts to Atlanta. Can the Braves Respond?

Locked On Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 24:40


The Houston Astros bats resurrect in game two to beat the Atlanta Braves and tie the series at one win, each. How will the Braves respond as the World Series shifts to Truist Park? How will the Chicago Blackhawks, and frankly the NHL, move on from the horrifying report on an investigation into a sexual assault cover-up within the Blackhawks organization? Also, the Arizona Cardinals may have just lost JJ Watt to a season-ending shoulder injury, the New Orleans Saints trade for Mark Ingram, the Los Angeles Lakers lose on the road against a previously-winless Oklahoma City Thunder, and the Cleveland Indians are being sued by the Cleveland Guardians roller derby team to not change their name to "Guardians." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Breakfast With Champions
Episode 291 Anaïs Ganouna - 2 Millimeter Shifts

Breakfast With Champions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 32:19


Thank you for joining us on Breakfast With Champions! Today we hear from Anaïs Ganouna, a neurodivergent middle child to immigrant parents, lifelong entrepreneur, and questioner of all things. Her career has spanned 4 personal businesses, including 1 exit, and continues to serve multiple spirit-led businesses through Fractional CMO services, consulting, and her online membership space, Aligned Visionaries. Anaïs has served ventures like Outlier.org (from the founder of Masterclass), top 10 Apple Podcast Chasing Glory with Lilian Garcia, and countless first time founders.

You Need Therapy
Couch Talks: Body shifts in recovery

You Need Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 16:09


Couch talks is the special bonus episode of You Need Therapy where kat answers questions that you send to kathryn@youneedtheraoy.com.. This week Kat addresses how to keep a body neutral outlook when you body changes during eating disorder recovery. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Inspirational Business Women Show
Pivotal Shifts to Make a Bigger Impact in Life & Business

Inspirational Business Women Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021


Virginia Parsons interviews Monica Bijoux about Pivotal Shifts to Make a Bigger Impact in Life & Business on The Inspirational Business Women Show. Are you ready to increase your financial wealth and create a life of freedom, all while avoiding the frustration of trial and error in your business? Get ready to make some pivotal shifts in your business with my special guest Monica Bijoux. Monica is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of DECIDE TO MOVE LLC. She is a Bestselling Author, Business Strategist, podcast host, speaker, and trainer. Entrepreneurs hire Monica to "get back in the game." Her clients know they don't have to start at the bottom because they have already experienced some form of success. They are ready to make a pivotal shift in life and business to make a more meaningful impact During this interview Monica will discuss: 1. Limiting Beliefs around Money & Success 2. Pivoting How you Show Up 3. How to Make A Bigger Impact Monica has lived a life of physical, emotional, and sexual abuse; however, she used her experience of trauma, pain, and brokenness to shape the lives of her clients. She has perfected pivotal shifts and teaches her clients how to do the same in order to reach their desired destination. Monica has a Master of Science Administration with a concentration in Human Resources and a Master of Social Work. These degrees have allowed her to combine her passion for helping others find their authentic self, succeed, and work to their highest potential in life and business. She also incorporates a variety of special trainings; such as being Certified Masters Level Coach, Hypnotherapy, Emotion Freedom Technique, Neuro-linguistic Programming, and Emotional Intelligence to assist in helping her clients. Please join us and post your questions for Monica in the comment section. Don't miss this show about Pivotal Shifts to Make a Bigger Impact in Life & Business.

Extraordinary Educators Podcast
54 Shifts Happen with Shane Twamley

Extraordinary Educators Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 13:37


Shane Twamley, Language Arts Teacher at Kraemer Middle School in California joins this episode. Shane dives into how teachers can "work smarter and not harder," and have a better work/life balance, especially after last school year. He provides insights about "learning shifts," his term for what's widely known as "unfinished learning." Shane's positivity, ways he connects with his students, and inspiration will leave you wanting to be a student in his classroom!Shane's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/twamleyshaneTwitter: https://twitter.com/CurriculumAssocInstagram: www.Instragram.com/MyiReadyEmail: ExtraordinaryEducators@cainc.com

Creative Confidence Podcast
Maintaining Momentum with Mode Shifts: Katie Soven

Creative Confidence Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 32:18


In order to maintain momentum and reach their goals, teams need to shift gears several times throughout a project. Project leaders are responsible for sensing the team's need to shift and guiding them through these moments. Katie Soven, senior portfolio director at IDEO, shares how to maintain team momentum through complexity by shifting modes, the cycle of inhale and exhale in project work, and a framework for project leaders to know when and how to make a shift. View the full recap at ideou.com/blog.

Coach and Coordinator Podcast
Adjustments - Quick Game, Line Stems, Pass Rush, Punt Shifts

Coach and Coordinator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 18:59


On this week's installment of our adjustment series, host Keith Grabowski shares ideas on adjustments and use of the quick game especially at the beginning of the game. On defense the focus is on how line stems can cause the offensive line to false start especially on 3rd and 4th and short situations. An explanation of how adjusting the rush at times can help contain a running quarterback in the pocket. On special teams, the addition of a simple shift can induce an encroachment and pick up an easy 5 yards to keep your offensive drive going. Link to Tony Demeo's quick-boot package: https://bit.ly/3pzPQcK