Author Salman Rushdie, 75, has been stabbed on stage at an event in New York state. Eyewitnesses say he was struck many times by an attacker wearing a mask. Police said he appeared to have been stabbed in the neck. His literary agent says he is now in surgery - but doesn't have an update on the author's condition. Also in the programme: As Ukraine and Russia continue to accuse each of shelling at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power station, our correspondent has managed to speak to workers at the plant; and how did humans develop the ability to speak? Scientists believe they've found the answer in the voice boxes of primates. (Photo: Author Salman Rushdie. Credit: Reuters)
Eric Sirakian recently made his Broadway debut in "The Kite Runner" as both Hassan and Sohrab. With stage credits such as "The Jungle", "Twelfth Night", "The Comedy of Errors", and "Pericles", Eric is definitely putting the extracurriculars he did at Yale and his training at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art into good practice. He recalls his first acting class and being introduced to London's West End shows by his aunt and uncle, which helped him realize his passion for acting and gave him the push to pursue it as a career. He shares what it was like to attend school in London and New York and the difference between the two. Eric talks about how he got the role for “The Kite Runner” and how the entire process was done on Zoom, the preparation and research he did for his roles, including Afghan cooking and music. He talks more about his training, including how to deal with heavy subject matters and pushing himself to the extremes in a safe environment. He shares that he's been doing transcendental meditation for more than five years now, the difference between acting and therapy and that acting is “in service of something.” Eric Sirakian is a first-generation Armenian-American actor who graduated from Yale and trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. He starred in podcast series, "The Effect" and "Passenger List", and short films such as "Deadpan" and "Nightswims". He is set to appear in the upcoming TV mini-series, "Masters of the Air", and the Netflix movie, "Havoc". Eric is also making his Broadway debut in "The Kite Runner" as Hassan and Sohrab. His other stage credits include "The Jungle" (West End), "Twelfth Night", "The Comedy of Errors", and "Pericles" (Shakespeare's Globe). Connect with Eric: Twitter: @ericsirakian Instagram: @esirakia Connect with The Theatre Podcast: Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheTheatrePodcast Twitter & Instagram: @theatre_podcast TikTok: @thetheatrepodcast Facebook.com/OfficialTheatrePodcast TheTheatrePodcast.com Alan's personal Instagram: @alanseales Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I want to know what you think. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
With just days to go until early voting, six of the leading Democratic candidates seeking to represent the 10th Congressional District met for a live primary debate. NY1's Zack Fink, Courtney Gross and Bob Hardt analyzed the face-off, which was hosted by Spectrum News NY1/WNYC-Gothamist. While there's not a lot of daylight between the candidates, the team highlighted their subtle differences and discussed which moments they found surprising. Also, Texas has been recently sending asylum seekers to the city, causing a situation that Mayor Eric Adams described as “horrific.” This has prompted an exchange of words between Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and Adams. While the circumstances are still unfolding, the team commented on where things currently stand. We want to hear from you, especially what you think about Gov. Abbott's busing of migrants from Texas. Leave a message: 212-379-3440 Email: email@example.com
Bert has been estranged from his mom for years. A while ago, he found out that his mother has Stage 5 Alzheimer's. Since then, he has struggled with consistently checking in on her. But now, his conscience can't deny it anymore, and he knows he needs to visit her. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The S&P entirely erased a 1.1% gain and the Nasdaq dropped nearly 0.6%, even after a second report showed signs inflation may be abating. So does the reversal signal something scary for the market? The traders dive in. And with retail earnings on deck for next week, we break down how the consumer can hold up in this backdrop.
We are getting ready for the Artemis 1 launch to robotically send the Orion Capsule to the Moon and back! We update you on how our NASA social application went, and our plans to be in Florida for the entire launch window (August 29, September 2, and September 5). We are so excited to be there for the maiden launch of the worlds most powerful rocket and the first stage to send the first woman and first person of color to step foot on the moon. This episode, we talk about NASA's SLS and Orion and SpaceX's Starship will make it possible for us to send humans to the moon again. We also talk about how the Gateway will look to make moontravel 'routine' and Starship can help make solar system planet hopping possible! This whole month is about Artemis, and we want to hear your questions! Send us your questions and we'll share and answer them on the podcast. Here's to building a fantastic future...and seeing Artemis 1 launch in Flordia!! All this and more on this episode of Today In Space! Support the podcast: Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code SPACE at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod Buy a 3D printed gift from our shop ag3dprinting.etsy.com Donate at todayinspace.net Follow us on social: - @todayinspacepod on Instagram & twitter - @todayinspace on TikTok - /TodayInSpacePodcast on Facebook Share the podcast with friends & family! https://www.spacex.com/media/starship_users_guide_v1.pdf https://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/fs-2014-08-004-jsc-orion_quickfacts-web.pdf https://www.lpi.usra.edu/lunar/constellation/SLS_FactSheet_long.pdf https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2021/11/artemis-1-launch-periods/ https://polarisprogram.com/dawn/ https://www.cnbc.com/2022/07/27/space-economy-grew-at-fastest-rate-in-years-in-2021-report.html
If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. In this episode, Paulina Lopez joins Amy and Dr. Monikah to discuss the Business of WE (Women Entreprenuers). 1. Do your inner work2. Tough love3. Stay consistentPaulina is a Best-Selling Author, International Speaker, Business Coach, Consultant and Strategist. She is CEO and Founder of "The Business of WE (Women Entrepreneurs)". She's a contributing author in “Today's Inspired Latina” and “Journey to the Stage”. Her Corporate Background is in Finance, Operations, Strategy, Human Resources and Communications. Collectively these skills provided valuable experience and expertise… In finance, she excelled in creating systems and structures to simplify and streamline operations. In Human Resources, she thrived in identifying and developing leaders, witnessing first-hand true potential being denied opportunity, based on how they looked on paper. Growing other businesses motivated and inspired her to pursue her own entrepreneurial path and support others in creating a business that feels true to them. 2022 Business of WE:This year mark's the 7th anniversary of The Business of WE Entrepreneur and Business Summit Conference. The live event is designed with a powerful, resilient, forward-thinking entrepreneurial woman in mind. The intention is to reach your next level, share your expertise, and create a sustainable business that feels true to YOU! When you lead yourself, you have the ability to create impact, paving the way for others! Now is the time for women to make that next big bold move, in a highly impactful way... Yes, women entrepreneurs have been stepping up and showing up, changing the game in business... WE NEED MORE OF IT!For more info, you can connect with her through: INSTAGRAM: @businessofwe WEBSITE: https://bizofwe.com/
Selling and marketing for today's consumers according to behavioral science You got to start with a belief that selling is about helping people, not manipulating people to do something. In Marketing, we call it a consumer decision journey or a buyer's journey. Sales know the pipeline report, which is just a codification of that. We all know that. But the behavioral science that we follow is called the Trans theoretical theorem of behavioral change. There are nine codified best practices to help people as they make the decision, from no action to action, from being unaware of your product to understand the need of your product, to buying your product. And there are some things that sales can do intuitively and intuitively that can be codified by these nine best practices. It's countering. It's environmental controls. It's rewarding for private, for good behavior. It's helping relationships. It's social liberation. That's a bunch of scientific terms. That's what sales do. (If you want to grow your sales from $60K to $350K per year, I invite you to join the live Catapulting Commissions workshop this Aug 17-18! Get your slot here) Buyer-centered We call it centricity because it's centered not on sales need, not on marketing need. It's centered on the buyer. And if you center all your company's thinking, your sales teams, and your marketing team's thinking on the understanding of the buyer, there's an alignment that's created out of that. Sales and marketing should never align with each other. They should align with the customers. The result that is they'll be aligned with each other. What is Private-Public commitment? Private-public commitment is effective from the middle of the buying journey to the very end. In sales barrier analysis we break down a pipeline and understand where there are problems in this pipeline. And in a client's pipeline, we almost always find there's more money to be made in late-stage deals and fixing late-stage deal problems than there is in creating more awareness where most marketing advertising starts. So private public commitment is one of the most powerful tools because you've got to equip both sales and marketing to understand what it is. So if you can fix that, you'll close more deals that get stuck. Why you should have Private Commitment in sales Buyers have to have safety first as they make a change. So if you're going to buy a new service or product, if you're going to put risk, you're not going to do it without understanding privately first whether this is good to proceed. Founders, you're leading your sales and marketing efforts. Have you created an intentional way where a buyer can, without revealing to anybody else, explore your product or your service? And if your marketing team and your sales team don't have a way to create a private commitment, then that's a gap that you've got to add. You've got to fix that. It's going to stop people from moving forward. Take a look at what Sean did with his company FitzMartin. His prospect has eight agencies to choose from. So Sean offered to pay $10,000 of service for his prospect so they could see if it's going to be a good fit. (It cost him around $5,000 in actual employee time and materials and costs. He lowered his internal cost of sales and given his prospect value, and gave the prospect enough safety in that journey.) So the prospect gets to (safely) experience the service, while Sean's company gets to evaluate his company's ability to help him and the prospect's capability to purchase. FitzMartin gave them the equipment and eliminated the risk through this journey and lowered his cost of sales. *Take note that Sean said he, as a founder, is going to pay for it and not say it's free. Frictionless buyers journey Remember that time you decided you were going to get in shape and lose weight? Right? You didn't post it on your social media first. You went to the gym and you're like, ‘okay, I've been going for a month now. I might post it on my social media. I've lost ten pounds.' Now you are comfortable telling people about it. Well, think about your salesperson. You've set up a commission structure or some sort of motivator, and your goal as an owner is to fire up that salesperson to close deals. So now they're in front of a prospect, and they are fired up to slow the deal down. But the buyer isn't where you are. If you're a buyer, it's taken you a long time to understand and get to the point of preparation to purchase. Slowing down, offering a helping relationship and a private commitment where there's no risk, gives the buyer the time to come around and understand the solutions with full transparency. It's giving frictionless buyers' journeys. We would call it Stage five closed or exchange relationship. But you should have a stage five closed deals, diagnostic or private commitment stage. It is a true engagement. It's an ongoing relationship. So add that little step to your pipeline. Triage Use triage as your scaled-down version of the private commitment stage. So you've been pushed out of late-stage deals by sales for a long time. Why? Because sales don't trust marketing when the deal is close to the finish line. Why? Because you don't know what the buyers need. You're good at early stage stuff, but you've never studied this late stage. You've never studied what it takes to close a deal. So you should be understanding things like private-public commitment and you should be bringing ideas to the table. Role of marketing And by using marketing automation technology, you'll know if your prospect read the report or not or how far down the report they read. Marketers, you can do so much to help a salesperson close late-stage deals. If your marketing team is not doing this, then that's a gap in your organization. You're going to close more deals, you're going to make more revenue. If you get somebody that understands how to close deals in the marketing role, you don't need a salesperson in the marketing role. You need a marketer in the marketing role. Marketers have long views. Marketers are not driven by this week's commission or this quarter. Sales should be focused on this week. Marketers should be focused, though, on a full pipeline approach. So in finding an agency for you, ask about the agency's theology, understanding of a full pipeline, buyer's journey, and how marketing impacts every step in it. Build a deal page Build a deal page for your most important deals. If you build a page where you look at this business and you know from your experience with other clients, you know that they're looking for safety, right? So build a deal page where a previous client does a little video or has a dialogue with you, or be a written quote that says, ‘I trusted Anthony when we were at this stage in my series, as investors said he was the best thing that happened to us.' Build a deal page where you know there are specific weaknesses that you don't want to be public about, per se, and then guide and direct people to that deal page. It's marketing. It's not closing deals. So deal pages are incredibly effective if you've got an agency helping you. There's a term called account-based marketing where you can deliver advertising just to one business. So at the very least, your marketing should equip your sales team with a deal page. It's not a page on your website that anybody else can find, but it would say, ‘ABC Manufacturing rapid Growth Medical.' The language changes. It becomes very specific. You could use people's names. It's a way to represent. Privately looking at it, the prospect might forward it to other people in the executive team and say, ‘hey, Anthony sent me this. I'd love your opinion, and marketers can track that engagement.' It's a trackable metric that you can realistically, you can learn a ton. About Sean Doyle Sean is a principal at FitzMartin, and our leading mind and voice on sales and marketing strategy. Sean is particularly adept at applying the science of behavior change to the art of sales and marketing. It's an approach that he and FitzMartin have developed over thousands of client engagements since 1992. Sean is an author and speaker. His first book, Shift: 19 practical, business-driven ideas for an executive in charge of marketing but not trained for the task, was published by Rockbench Publishing in 2018. Website: seanmdoyle.com Company website: fitzmartin.com Get Free Help from FitzMartin
We are impatient with radicals who summon up the imagined “good old days” when every campaign was inspired and every action a success—all of it wrapped in the gauzy glow of nostalgia. What could be more depressing than longing for a ship that's already left the shore. But there are occasions when a long and deep look backward can give us courage and vision to face forward, perhaps most productively when our guide is a talented artist. Zayd Ayers Dohrn is the creator and host of one of the most listened to podcasts of 2022, Mother Country Radicals, a 10-episode series from Crooked Media that won the award for Best Audio Storytelling at the 2022 Tribeca Film Festival in New York. He is a playwright, professor, and director of the MFA in Writing for Screen and Stage in the Department of Radio/Television/Film at Northwestern University.
Ep 175 – Super J Cup: 2nd Stage Tthe last one gave us several Short List matches.... will this one? 0:44 - Welcome 19:28 - Super J Cup Opening 23:15 - Gran Naniwa vs Damian 666 in a 1st round matchup 27:21 - Masaaki Mochizuki vs Shinjiro Ohtani in a 1st round matchup 31:14 - Shoichi Funaki vs Ultimo Dragon in a 1st round matchup 37:07 - Gedo vs Masayoshi Motegi in a 1st round matchup 41:22 - El Samurai vs Dos Caras in a 1st round matchup 46:28 - Hanzo Nakajima vs Lionheart in a 1st round matchup 50:52 - Gran Naniwa vs Jushin Thunder Liger in a QF match 57:10 – Lionheart vs Wild Pegasus in a QF match 1:07:02 - Shinjiro Otani vs Ultimo Dragon in a QF match 1:16:03 - Gedo vs Dos Caras in a QF match 1:19:05 - Jushin Thunder Liger vs Ultimo Dragon in a SF match 1:25:55 - Gedo vs Wild Pegasus in a SF match 1:32:11 - Psicosis vs Rey Mysterio Jr in a special exhibition match 1:37:46 - Jushin Thunder Liger vs Gedo in the Super J Cup finals 1:45:07 - Overall Thoughts 1:50:55 - Smarking It Up 2:02:56 - Dusty Finish 2:06:19 - Goodbyes Music from this week's show is the WAR theme song and “Ikari No Jushin” by Yumi Hiroki Rate and review us on iTunes, Stitcher, GooglePlay, or wherever you find your podcasts Email – WrestlingHistoryX@gmail.com Twitter – WrestlingHistoX
Aug. 10, 2022 - Sen. Diane Savino, a Staten Island Democrat, joins the show to discuss her 18 years as a lawmaker in Albany, including her decision to first run for office in 2004, how her colorful personality has courted controversy and her legislative accomplishments.
Most people with anxiety would cringe at the idea of getting up on stage and telling jokes to hundreds of people. But for actor and standup comic Gianmarco Soresi, who has dealt with anxiety since childhood, standup is a refuge. “One thing I think is nice about comedy is like, I can use that anxiety and live on that anxiety on stage and it can be funny. I can make the anxiety funny and I don't have to hide it.” – Gianmarco (41:43) In today's episode, Giancarlo shares how he found comedy, using his sometimes dysfunctional family as inspiration for material, his experience with therapy and antidepressants, living up to traditional expectations of masculinity, and how he handles anxiety today. “That's why I think standup, like, let me be myself more. And I still feel anxiety about standup. Sometimes, sometimes I feel chill. Sometimes I'm filled with anxiety and I still work on it. I still work on enjoying the anxiety or just being like, Hey, you're anxious cuz this is cool. This is crazy.” – Gianmarco (42:33) In This Episode (02:01) Acting vs standup, and Gianmarco's background as a comic (05:45) The impact of COVID on standup (11:41) Gianmarco's family as inspiration for comedy material (22:03) Standup as therapy (35:05) The pressure to choose sports over performing in high school (39:54) How being Jewish has influenced Gianmarco's comedy (41:10) Making anxiety funny (43:02) Gianmarco's experience with therapy (49:19) “The side effects of depression are death.” (51:02) The dynamic of being a child in a joint-custody arrangement (59:03) Gianmarco's comedy writing process, and the changing model of TV viewing Our Guest Gianmarco Soresi is a standup comic, actor and writer who has been featured on Netflix's Bonding, PBS' Stories from the Stage, SeeSo's New York's Funniest, Real Housewives of New York, New York LIVE, Vanity Fair, and George Takei Presents. In 2019, he was the winner of Amazon's Comics Watching Comics Season 8. Gianmarco is a member of the sketch team Uncle Function and is the creator of the sketch series Matza Pizza. He is the host of a podcast called The Downside with Gianmarco Soresi. Resources & Links Off The Cuff https://www.offthecuff.fm/ https://www.youtube.com/c/OffTheCuffwithDannyLoPriore https://www.instagram.com/1and1otc/ https://www.instagram.com/dannylopriore/ Gianmarco Soresi https://twitter.com/GianmarcoSoresi http://instagram.com/gianmarcosoresi https://www.facebook.com/pages/Gianmarco-Soresi/428945963842861 http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCYWagpWEequTwx61dYGT0w
Join NAFI: www.nafinet.org Watch this presentation here! Earn FAA Wings Credits for listening: https://www.faasafety.gov/gslac/ALC/CourseLanding.aspx?cID=546 Learn more about the transition from the “Sage on the Stage” teaching model to the “Guide on the Side” method. They will discuss the five steps of effective collaborative critique: Replay, Reconstruct, Reflect, Redirect, and Review. Susan Parson is an active general aviation pilot and Master instructor and serves as Special Assistant, FAA Flight Standards Service, is editor of FAA Safety Briefing magazine, and lead on the ACS project. She holds an ATP certificate, ground and flight instructor certificates with instrument, single engine, and multi-engine land ratings. She instructs for her Leesburg-based C182 flying club and the Civil Air Patrol. Susan authored several online training courses and over 80 GA safety articles. Paul Preidecker is chief flight instructor and examiner for a regional airline, has 7,500 hours, an ATP Certificate and type ratings in the CL-65 and Do-328. He's a simulator and line check airman, FAA Aircrew Program Designee, and FAA Designated Observer with 6,800+ hours of instruction given in Part 61 and Part 121 operations. He volunteers on the NAFI Professional Development Program committee and in many other capacities with industry and the FAA and serves as a member of the NAFI Board of Directors. An accomplished aviator and teacher, Paul aims to contribute to aviation safety blending accepted best practices between GA and Part 121.
We tackle a question this week that catches many moms off guard when it comes to their birth process. “Why is my provider planning to give me a shot of Pitocin before I deliver my placenta?” We're going to talk about all of your OPTIONS so you can make an informed decision.I hope you took some notes or at least mental notes of things to discuss with your provider when it comes to managing the third stage of labor. There is never a bad time to have a conversation about what you are hoping to see happen during your birth process.Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or DM us on Instagram @myessentialbirth if you have any questions!To Leave a Review ⭐️Open Apple PodcastsFind “Pregnancy & Birth Made Easy” podcastSelect “Ratings and Reviews”Click the stars!Select “Write a Review” and tell us what was the most amazing, comforting, eye-opening thing that you loved!Links Mentioned:My Essential Birth CourseMy Essential Birth Instagram Sources:CDC StatisticsHerbs for Postpartum HemorrhageStudies of Third Stage Labor Management
Acting is so much more than lights, camera, action! But do you watch and move on or stop and think about what goes on behind the scenes? This episode means to appreciate all the spectacularity in the industry as we talk about how props, actors and actresses, and more come together to create the masterpieces that constantly flow into entertainment everyday. Do you think you know all the secrets of acting, or how much is "real" or "fake?" Would you ever consider pursuing such a career? Or are you just interested in the juicy details of acting in general? Ava, my friend and our representative of on-stage acting (check out her instagram @ava_miranda555) joins us to share her experiences while I will represent on-screen acting. Join us in the fun as we look at these two sides of acting and reveal some very interesting things as youth actresses. Sit tight and get ready for one heck of a ride! --- References we made during the episode (Check them out on instagram!): Justin Long (@justinlong) Carrington (@carrington_hope) Avantika (@iamavantika) Game and shows: Spot It This Is Us Shop Class --- Thanks for tuning in and have a great morning, day, afternoon, or evening wherever you are! :) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/alyssa-truong/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alyssa-truong/support
Surviving Stage 3C and Stage 4 colon cancer and their treatments and overcoming their long-term side effects taught Jay Einbender that cancer is not just a journey of the body, but equally a journey of the mind and soul. And that all three must be treated concurrently. 01:56: I started having symptoms in my lower left abdomen. 04:27: Why was it such a nightmare? 06:06: I had my chemotherapy at Sloan Kettering. 08:35: It cost $10,000 a shot to keep my white blood cell levels high. 10:35: I slept on average three hours a night. 12:48: Cancer stresses your finances from the very beginning. 14:43: What did you do before cancer? 17:57: She's the number one lung transplant doctor in the United States. 20:59: What was the worst moment for you? 23:04: People always think of me as an extrovert, but I'm really an introverted extrovert. 24:19: How about your best moment? 27:10: What is one thing you wish you had known at the beginning? 31:18: if you could only do one thing to improve health care in the U.S., what would it be and why? 32:41: Thriver Rapid Fire Questions. 34:08: Aside from Cancer U, what's one resource you would recommend for cancer patients and caregivers? Resources HeartfirstHeartfirst on FacebookEmail Jay
As a self proclaimed optimist, Giovanna Moraga Clayton has kept joy and gratitude at the forefront of her endeavors. A freelance musician in Los Angeles, Giovanna credits her optimistic outlook as the key to her successes. As the daughter of professional musicians, Giovanna was destined to have a life in music. “She's going to be a cellist!”, an exclamation made by her father within hours of her birth set the path for her future. Born in Touca, Mexico and raised in Southern California Giovanna earned a number of accolades as a young child. Making her orchestral solo debut at the age of 14 Giovanna has continued to solo with orchestras in the United States, as well as Central America, as well as holding tenured positions with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra and the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra working in the Los Angeles studio scene for the last 18 years. Giovanna has played on countless movie soundtracks, records and television shows. In search of a more creatively challenging project. Giovanna became a founding member of the Latin Grammy nominated group, Quattro. Touring with the group, now known as Quattrosound, has provided a new platform for her to expand her musical reach. Giovanna has shared stages with many greats, including Yo-Yo Ma, Pinkas Zukerman, Daniel Hope, Andrea Bocelli, Prince, Beyonce, Adele, Barbara Streisand, Ariana Grande and many more. Giovanna lives in Los Angeles with her husband, two children and dog. What You Will Hear in This Episode: Giovanna's personal story The impact of teachers Working as a freelance musician Gaining tenure in an orchestra A musical family Having a creative outlet Stage presence and poise Challenges faced and overcome The power of optimism Quotes “One of the best things that we can give to our children is a space for them to have an outlet and be creative. I think that that would actually solve a lot of our issues as a society.” “Children emulate what they see. If you decide to become a parent, you have to keep that in mind. You are the example. “ “If I have a moment to really think about what's in my soul and my spirit, then I'm motivated to create something of it.” “My big mission in life, through music or through whatever it is that I'm doing is to spread joy and bring light.” “Just by writing a song, or playing a tune, you can change somebody's outlook or disposition and it's incredible. It's like magic.” “There's a time in life for everything.” “Give people time and they'll show you their true colors.” Mentioned: IAMMusicGroup IG: @giocellomusic Fb: @giovannamoragaclayton https://bonniemarcusleadership.com/ https://web.facebook.com/bonnie.marcus/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/bonniemarcus https://twitter.com/selfpromote https://www.instagram.com/self_promote_/ Gendered Ageism Survey Results Forbes article 5 Tips to own the superpower of your age Purchase my book Not Done Yet on Amazon: If you enjoyed this episode of Badass Women Podcast, then make sure to subscribe to the podcast and drop us a five-star review.
Setting the Stage is a podcast for WWE fans where I break down and make predictions about WWE storylines and so much more. Whether you are just getting into wrestling or a WWE fanatic like me, this show is for you! Episode 92: Monday Night Raw Recap Thoughts On The WWE Womens Tag Team Division Quick Thoughts On Triple H's Strategies So Far Reaction To A "Wish List" Tweet And More!! There are a couple of ways to email me now! email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Check out the website!! - www.wwesettingthestage.com Come Join The Facebook Group!! - www.facebook.com/groups/wwesettingthestage Follow Me on Social Media!!: Facebook - @beardedwrestlingjester Instagram - @beardedwrestlingjester Tik Tok - @beardedwrestlingjester Twitter - @beardedjesterg YouTube - beardedwrestlingjester Twitch - beardedwrestlingjester Please Subscribe, Rate, and Review!!
We're talking microphones! As a performer, do you like using microphones? What kind are best? As an audience member, what kind of shows/venues should use microphones? Are there situations when it was too hard to hear without microphones? Are shows sometimes over-amplified? Ellen and Benita read our listeners' comments and stories about working with microphones.
Tracklist: 1. Men-D - Sarmale (Tribute to Albon) 2. Nadia Ali - Rapture (SkiDdropz 2022 Remix) 3. Greg Downey, Christian Burns, Ben Nicky - Always feat. Christian Burns (Extended Mix) 4. Suncatcher pres. 15BEX - Chaos (Extended Mix) 5. Heatbeat - Roses Never Cry (Extended Mix) 6. Kyau & Albert - Memory Lane (Extended Mix) 7. Tiesto - Lethal Industry (Richard Durand Remix) 8. Xijaro & Pitch - Lost In Memories (Extended Mix) 9. Suncatcher - Transylvania Cowgirl (Extended Mix) 10. Exolight - ID 11. Paul Van Dyk & Plumb - I Don't Deserve You (Giuseppe Ottaviani Remix) 12. Perasma - Swing 2 Harmony (Yellow Remix) 13. Exostate - Without Warning (Suncatcher Remix) 14. Exolight & Suncatcher vs. Linkin Park - Footprints on the New Divide (PHOENIX Mashup) 15. Starshifters - Timeline (Extended Mix) 16. Andy Moor - Safe on Both Sides (Daniel Kandi's Banging Remix) 17. Aly & Fila and Ferry Tayle - Concorde (Extended Mix) 18. Above & Beyond pres. Oceanlab - On A Good Day (Daniel Kandi Remix)
Part 2 of 2. How has the pandemic changed your business? How do you engage a hybrid audience? Who are you thankful for? How many security guards do you hire to prevent a riot? Should Billy get a puppy? Guests: Billy Boughey | Founder and President - Elevate ExperiencesSean Specie | Chief Strategy Officer, Event Emcee - Elevate Experienceshttps://elevateexperiences.com/Host: Mark Suroviec, M. Ed. | Owner and Founder of WorkPlay Solutionshttps://www.workplaysolutions.com/Music: Music by REDproductions from Pixabay Shoutouts and References: Delta Airlines MuseumChick-fil-A FoundationEmerge - Auburn University J. Smith Lanier & Co., A Marsh & McLennan Agency LLCChick-fil-AMadison Square GardenBuzzfeedBen AmbuehlPaul CullenJoshua HarrelsonKeith O'CarrollMs. ConwayFamily FeudSteve HarveyWant to connect with Elevate Experiences?Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/eventspeoplelove/TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@eventspeopleloveYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/ElevateExperiencesWebsite - https://elevateexperiences.com/Elevate Club Discord (We will gift you with 1 $ELEVATE coin.) - https://discord.gg/aAATzPVGMic Drop Events Podcast- https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mic-drop-events/id1544822347 If you want unforgettable events and training that's fun, for real fun, get started today at https://www.workplaysolutions.com/ LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter: @WorkPlaySol
Sylvia Fowles says goodbye, but the Minnesota Lynx aren't ready to leave the WNBA stage yet. The WNBA's best center ever is in what could be the final week of her career. Syl talked with host Howard Megdal and some other media members about her legacy, her future plans, and so much more in a must-listen interview. But while the regular season ends Sunday, the Lynx are finding a slim but real path to the playoffs. Might Syl Season continue? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Three returning guests join us for this first part of our interesting and engaging discussion of Cormac McCarthy's magnum opus Blood Meridian. Steve Frye is professor and chair of English at California State University, Bakersfield and President of the Cormac McCarthy Society. He is the author of Understanding Cormac McCarthy (Univ. of South Carolina Press) and editor of The Cambridge Companion to Cormac McCarthy, and Cambridge UP's Cormac McCarthy in Context. He has written numerous journal articles on Cormac McCarthy and other authors of the American Romanticist Tradition. Additionally, he is the author of the recently published novel Dogwood Crossing. Stacey Peebles is Chair of the English program, Director of Film Studies, and the Marlene and David Grissom Professor of Humanities at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky. She is the author of Welcome to the Suck: Narrating the American Soldier's Experience in Iraq (2011) and Cormac McCarthy and Performance: Page, Stage, Screen (2017). She is co-editor of Approaches to Teaching the Works of Cormac McCarthy. She has been editor of the Cormac McCarthy Journal since 2010. Rick Wallach is one of the founders of the Cormac McCarthy society, and recently retired after some few years teaching English at the University of Miami, He is senior editor of the Cormac McCarthy Society casebook series, and editor of the two-volume collection of essays Sacred Violence as well as Myth, Legend Dust: Critical Responses to Cormac McCarthy, and co-editor with Lynnea Chapman King and the late James Welsh of From Novel to Film: No Country for Old Men. He has written widely and extensively on numerous topics in literature, film, media and contemporary music. Thanks to Thomas Frye, who composed, performed, and produced the theme music and interludes for READING MCCARTHY. The views of the host and his guests do not necessarily reflect the views of their home institutions or the Cormac McCarthy Society. To contact me, please reach out to readingmccarthy(@)gmail.com. Find us on Twitter and Facebook; the website is at readingmccarthy.buzzsprout.com, and if you'd like to support the show you can click on the little heart symbol at the top of the page to buy the show a cappuccino, or you can support us at www.patreon.com/readingmccarthy.Support the show
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A CISO's Guide to Pentesting References https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Penetration_test https://partner-security.withgoogle.com/docs/pentest_guidelines#assessment-methodology https://owasp.org/www-project-web-security-testing-guide/latest/3-The_OWASP_Testing_Framework/1-Penetration_Testing_Methodologies https://www.pcisecuritystandards.org/documents/Penetration_Testing_Guidance_March_2015.pdf https://pentest-standard.readthedocs.io/en/latest/ https://www.isecom.org/OSSTMM.3.pdf https://s2.security/the-mage-platform/ https://bishopfox.com/platform https://www.pentera.io/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3yROAs-oAc **************************** Hello, and welcome to another episode of CISO Tradecraft -- the podcast that provides you with the information, knowledge, and wisdom to be a more effective cyber security leader. My name is G. Mark Hardy, and today we're going to explore a number of things a CISO needs to know about pentesting. As always, please follow us on LinkedIn, and make sure you subscribe so you can always get the latest updates. Now to get a good understanding of pentesting we are going over the basics every CISO needs to understand. What is it Where are good places to order it What should I look for in a penetration testing provider What does a penetration testing provider need to provide What's changing on this going forward First of all, let's talk about what a pentest is NOT. It is not a simple vulnerability scan. That's something you can do yourself with any number of publicly available tools. However, performing a vulnerability scan, and then acting on remediating what you find, is an important prerequisite for a pentest. Why pay hundreds of dollars per hour for someone to point out what you can find yourself in your bunny slippers sipping a latte? Now let's start with providing a definition of a penetration test. According to Wikipedia a penetration test or pentest is an authorized simulated cyber-attack on a computer system performed to evaluate the security of a system. It's really designed to show weaknesses in a system that can be exploited. Let's think of things we want to test. It can be a website, an API, a mobile application, an endpoint, a firewall, etc. There's really a lot of things you can test, but the thing to remember is you have to prioritize what has the highest likelihood or largest impact to cause the company harm. You need to focus on high likelihood and impact because professional penetration tests are not cheap. Usually, they will usually cost between $10,000-$30,000 but if you have a complex system, it's not unheard of to go up to $100,000. As a CISO you need to be able to defend this expenditure of resources. So, you will usually define a clear standard that our company will perform penetration tests on customer facing applications, PCI applications, and Financially Significant Application or SOX applications once per year. My friend John Strand, who founded Black Hills Information Security, pointed out in a recent webcast that sometimes you, the client, may not know what you mean by the term pentest. Sometimes clients want just a vulnerability scan, or sometimes an external scan of vulnerabilities to identify risk, or sometimes a compromise assessment where a tester has access to a workstation and tries to work laterally, or sometimes a red team where a tester acts like a threat actor and tries to bypass controls, or a collaborative effort involving both red teams and blue teams to document gaps and to help defenders do their job better. He goes on to state that your pentest objective should be to "provide evidence of the effectiveness of current defensive mechanisms and attack detection methodologies." Please do not confuse a penetration test with a Red Team exercise. A red team exercise just wants to accomplish an objective like steal data from an application. A penetration test wants to enumerate vulnerabilities in a scoped target system so the developer can patch and remediate. It's a subtle difference but consider that a red team only needs to find one vulnerability to declare success, whereas a penetration test keeps going to help identify potentially exploitable vulnerabilities. Now, is a pentest about finding ALL vulnerabilities? I would say no – there are vulnerabilities that might require a disproportionate amount of resources to exploit for little or no value – something with a CVSS score of 4.0 or the like. Those can often be left unpatched without consequence – the cost of remediating may exceed the value of the risk avoided. There really is a “good enough” standard of risk, and that is called “acceptable risk.” So, when scoping a pentest or reviewing results, make sure that any findings are both relevant and make economic sense to remediate. Let's take the example that you want to perform a web application pentest on your public website so you can fix the vulnerabilities before the bad actors find them. The first question you should consider is do you want an internal or an external penetration test. Well, the classic answer of "it depends" is appropriate. If this website is something of a service that you are selling to other companies, then chances are those companies are going to ask you for things like an ISO 27001 certification or SOC 2 Type 2 Report and both of those standards require, you guessed it, a penetration Test. In this case your company would be expected to document a pentest performed by an external provider. Now if your company has a website that is selling direct to a consumer, then chances are you don't have the same level of requirement for an external pentest. So, you may be able to just perform an internal penetration test performed by your company's employees. I'd be remiss if I didn't mention the Center for Internet Security Critical Controls, formerly know as the SANS Top 20. The current version, eight, has 18 controls that are listed in order of importance, and they include pentesting. What is the priority of pentesting, you may ask? #18 of 18 -- dead last. Now, that doesn't mean pentests are not valuable, or not useful, or even not important. What it does mean is that pentests come at the end of building your security framework and implementing controls. Starting with a pentest makes no sense IMHO, although compliance-oriented organizations probably do this more often than they should. That approach makes the pen testers job one of filtering through noise -- there are probably a TON of vulnerabilities and weaknesses that should have been remediated in advance and could have been with very little effort. Think of a pentest as a final exam if you will. Otherwise, it's an expensive way to populate your security to-do list. OK let's say we want to have an external penetration test and we have the 10-30K on hand to pay an external vendor. Remember this, a penetration test is only as good as the conductor of the penetration test. Cyber is a very unregulated industry which means it can be tricky to know who is qualified. Compare this to the medical industry. If you go to a hospital, you will generally get referred to a Medical Doctor or Physician. This is usually someone who has a degree such as a MD or DO which proves their competency. They will also have a license from the state to practice medicine legally. Contrast this to the cyber security industry. There is no requirement for a degree to practice Cyber in the workforce. Also, there is no license issued by the state to practice cyber or develop software applications. Therefore, you need to look for relevant Cyber certifications to demonstrate competency to perform a Penetration Test. There's a number of penetration testing certifications such as the Certified Ethical Hacker or CEH, Global Information Assurance Certification or GIAC GPEN or GWAP, and the Offensive Security Certified Professional or OSCP. We strongly recommend anyone performing an actual penetration test have an OSCP. This certification is difficult to pass. A cyber professional must be able to perform an actual penetration test and produce a detailed report to get the actual certification. This is exactly what you want in a pentester, which is why we are big fans of this certification. This certification is a lot more complicated than remembering a bunch of textbook answers and filling in a multiple-choice test. Do yourself a favor and ask for individuals performing penetration tests at your company to possess this certification. It may mean your penetration tests cost more, but it's a really good way to set a bar of qualified folks who can perform quality penetration tests to secure your company. Now you have money, and you know you want to look for penetration tests from companies that have skilled cyber professionals with years of experience and an OSCP. What companies should you look at? Usually, we see three types of penetration testing companies. Companies that use their existing auditors to perform penetration tests – firms like KPMG, EY, PWC, or Deloitte (The Big 4 1/2). This is expensive but it's easy to get them approved since most large companies already have contracts with at least one of these companies. The second type of company that we see are large penetration testing companies. Companies like Bishop Fox, Black Hills Information Security, NCC Group, and TrustedSec, focus largely on penetration testing and don't extend into other areas like financial auditing. They have at least 50+ penetration testers with experience from places like the CIA, NSA, and other large tech companies. Note they are often highly acclaimed so there is often a waitlist of a few months before you can get added as a new client. Finally, there are boutique shops that specialize in particular areas. For example, you might want to hire a company that specializes in testing mobile applications, Salesforce environments, embedded devices, or APIs. This is a more specialized skill and a bit harder to find so you have to find a relevant vendor. Remember if someone can pass the OSCP it means they know how to test and usually have a background in Web Application Penetration testing. Attacking a Web application means being an expert in using a tool like Burp Suite to look for OWASP Top 10 attacks like SQL injection or Cross Site Scripting. This is a very different set of skills from someone who can hack a Vehicle Controller Area Network (CAN) bus or John Deere Tractor that requires reverse engineering and C++ coding. Once you pick your vendor and successfully negotiate a master license agreement be sure to check that you are continuing to get the talent you expect. It's common for the first penetration test to have skilled testers but over time to have a vendor replace staff with cheaper labor who might not have the OSCP or same level of experience that you expect. Don't let this happen to your company and review the labor and contract requirements in a recurring fashion. Alright, let's imagine you have a highly skilled vendor who meets these requirements. How should they perform a penetration test? Well, if you are looking for a quality penetration testing guide, we recommend following the one used by Google. Google, whose parent company is called Alphabet, has publicly shared their penetration testing guidelines and we have attached a link to it in our show notes. It's a great read so please take a look. Now Google recommends that a good penetration test report should clearly follow an assessment methodology during the assessment. Usually, penetration testers will follow an industry recognized standard like the OWASP Web Security Testing Guide, the OWASP Mobile Security Testing Guide, the OWASP Firmware Security Testing Guide, the PCI DSS Penetration Testing Guide, The Penetration Testing Execution Standard, or the OSSTMM which stands for The Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual. These assessment methodologies can be used to show that extensive evaluation was done, and a multitude of steps/attacks were carried out. They can also standardize the documentation of findings. Here you will want a list showing risk severity level, impact from a business/technical perspective, clear concise steps to reproduce the finding, screenshots showing evidence of the finding, and recommendations on how to resolve the finding. This will allow you to build a quality penetration test that you can reuse in an organization to improve your understanding of technical risks. If I can get good penetration tests today, perhaps we should think about how penetration testing is changing in the future? The answer is automation. Now we have had automated vulnerability management tools for decades. But please don't think that running a Dynamic Application Security Testing Tool or DAST such as Web Inspect is the same thing as performing a full penetration test. A penetration test usually takes about a month of work from a trained professional which is quite different from a 30-minute scan. As a cyber industry we are starting to see innovative Penetration Testing companies build out Continuous and Automated Penetration Testing tooling. Examples of this include Bishop Fox's Cosmos, Pentera's Automated Security Validation Platform, and Stage 2 Security Voodoo and Mage tooling. Each of these companies are producing some really interesting tools and we think they will be a strong complement to penetration tests performed by actual teams. This means that companies can perform more tests on more applications. The other major advantage with these tools is repeatability. Usually, a penetration test is a point in time assessment. For example, once a year you schedule a penetration test on your application. That means if a month later if you make changes, updates, or patches to your application then there can easily be new vulnerabilities introduced which were never assessed by your penetration test. So having a continuous solution to identify common vulnerabilities is important because you always want to find your vulnerabilities first before bad actors. Here's one final tip. Don't rely on a single penetration testing company. Remember we discussed that a penetration testing company is only as good as the tester and the toolbox. So, try changing out the company who tests the same application each year. For example, perhaps you have contracts with Bishop Fox, Stage 2 Security, and Black Hill Information Security where each company performs a number of penetration tests for your company each year. You can alternate which company scans which application. Therefore, have Bishop Fox perform a pentest of your public website in 2022, then Stage 2 Security test it in 2023, then Black Hills test it in 2024. Every penetration tester looks for something different and they will bring different skills to the test. If you leverage this methodology of changing penetration testing vendors each cycle, then you will get more findings which allows you to remediate and lower risk. It allows you to know if a penetration testing vendor's pricing is out of the norm. You can cancel or renegotiate one contract if a penetration testing vendor wants to double their prices. And watch the news -- even security companies have problems, and if a firm's best pentesters all leave to join a startup, that loss of talent may impact the quality of your report. Thank you for listening to CISO Tradecraft, and we hope you have found this episode valuable in your security leadership journey. As always, we encourage you to follow us on LinkedIn, and help us out by letting your podcast provider know you value this show. This is your host, G. Mark Hardy, and until next time, stay safe.
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Why Do We Take Offense? – Part 1Years ago, I asked the Lord to show me all the places that I had an “offendable heart”. I thought this would be an exercise in Christian maturity. Little did I know. Never could I have realized the extent to which there are opportunities to take offense until I opened my eyes to see such. Today, I can recognize an “offendable heart” so quickly. In myself. In others. Taking an offense is rampant on the news, in social media and in our homes. An easily offendable heart can destroy relationships.Offense can be defined as something that outrages the moral or physical senses, the act of displeasing or affronting.Everyone is certain to feel offended at one point or another. The problem with living offended is that it doesn't hurt someone else… it hurts you. Like unforgiveness and bitterness, offense is a poison that we choose to drink only hoping that the other person, our offender, will be affected. Just because we have the right to be offended doesn't mean that we should be offended. I desperately want a life that is truly free and “floats above” an offense. At peace with all men.Generally, we experience offense in two stages. Stage one is actually feeling the offense. This happens when someone presents you with an opportunity to be offended. Maybe your pulse starts to rise, your emotions may rise, you may even get angry. Stage two is the resulting choice whether or not to live offended. The latter is a choice for a healthy soul and a peaceful mind that leads to a more blessed life. The resulting life impact of an offensive situation is my choice. It may sting but the continuing pain of the sting is my choice.Typically, when people find themselves tired, stressed, hungry/hangry, or lonely they may be more easily offended. I love the way that Lysa Terkeurst says, “A depleted girl can quickly become a defeated girl when she lets her emotions dictate her reactions.” Whenever I am living in my self-centered nature, I tend to be more easily offended which is the ultimate display of me living in the center of my smaller story. When I am walking in the “Bigger Story” of God's greater purposes, then I am not as easily offended.The Word of God tells us that love COVERS a multitude of sin, and it is to a man's glory to overlook an offense. Scripture also reminds us that a fool is easily annoyed and that the prudent man overlooks an insult. We must not forget that each of us can inadvertently offend others as well. It goes both ways. Do I want to be the victim of the offense? Do I want to stay a victim of the offense? We choose if we want to drink the poison. Are you easily annoyed? Being unoffendable is a pathway to our own peace of mind. My pastor reminds us that “our lives are too short, and our callings are too great to be offended about something small.” Ponder:Consider how you respond to the offensive actions of others. Do you easily forgive and overlook the offense? Or do you choose to wallow around in being easily offended?Prayer:Lord, I want you to be my defender. I need You to help me quickly release any offense so that I may live a more peaceful life.
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Dr. Sarah Zaldivar received her doctorate in Exercise Physiology and Nutrition from the University of Miami. She is currently a professor of nutrition at Miami Dade College and a full-time content creator on YouTube, Instagram, and other platforms. For decades, Dr. Zaldivar taught other health professionals and college students alike at the University of Miami and the American College of Sports Medicine about health and fitness, while battling with her declining health due to following the dietary guidelines. She eventually found freedom from binge eating, acne, weight struggles, fatigue, sugar addiction, depression and anxiety, etc… on a carnivore diet, and that is why she is dedicated to raising awareness regarding the carnivore diet. She also selects a few individuals per month to coach with diet, exercise, and mindset programs. You can find Dr. Zaldivar on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBXm-oCTN-dJdbD65gK5lEQ, Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.sarah.zaldivar/, and her website: https://drsarahzaldivar.com/shop/. Timestamps: 00:00 Introduction 04:28 Motivation to learn nutrition 07:11 Taking on the academy 11:29 Why are nutritionists mostly female? 13:10 Corporate funding of the academy 18:57 Freedom to choose food 23:17 Getting started on the carnivore diet 28:17 Fiber 31:18 Seventh Day Adventists in the history of the academy 33:27 Vegetables versus junk food 36:57 Blasphemy 40:29 Eat meat, lift, repeat 43:48 Lifestyle for health, zombie cells 46:50 Protein and fat recommendations 49:57 Counting calories See open positions at Revero: https://jobs.lever.co/Revero/ Join Carnivore Diet for a free 30 day trial: https://carnivore.diet/join/ Book a Carnivore Coach: https://carnivore.diet/book-a-coach/ Carnivore Shirts: https://merch.carnivore.diet Subscribe to our Newsletter: https://carnivore.diet/subscribe/ . #revero #shawnbaker #Carnivorediet #MeatHeals #HealthCreation #humanfood #AnimalBased #ZeroCarb #DietCoach #FatAdapted #Carnivore #sugarfree
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