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    Smart Poker Study Podcast
    Use These HUD Stats When Facing 3bets BEFORE Calling #403

    Smart Poker Study Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 12:45


    Visit the show notes page for a transcript of today's episode: https://www.smartpokerstudy.com/pod403 The Smart HUD for PokerTracker 4  https://www.smartpokerstudy.com/SmartHUD The Poker Forge  https://www.thepokerforge.com Daily Poker Tips Podcast  https://www.smartpokerstudy.com/podcast-2/daily-poker-tips-podcast/ Books on Amazon  https://www.smartpokerstudy.com/AmazonBooks

    Chapel Bell Curve
    6.2 - 2022 UGA Preview

    Chapel Bell Curve

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 44:23


    What's that? The thump of clad feet across your still scorching-hot roof? It's not seasonally inappropriate Santa Claus, it's Nathan and Justin, back again with their second episode in two days, and they' re here to preview the dawgs.  We've got some waxing rhapsodic about tight ends, getting ROCKED UP for stats, and the fateful return of Stetson Bennet Narratives, TM TM TM.00:30 - Intro2:38 - Qualitative Preview25:51 - Quantitative Preview (Using CBCR2)If you like what we do, consider throwing a dollar our way through our Patreon! A $1 monthly contribution gives you access to our Discord server and burgeoning community of goobers ready to talk about football and all things enthusiastically.Send us your questions using the hashtag #askcbc or use good ole fashioned email - ChapelBellCurve@gmail.comYell at us on TwitterChapel Bell Curve Twitter - @ChapelBellCurveNathan Lawrence on Twitter - @NathanJlawrenceJustin Bray on Twitter - @TheJustinBray

    Tests and the Rest: College Admissions Industry Podcast
    371. HOW STUDENT RESEARCH IMPACTS COLLEGE ADMISSIONS

    Tests and the Rest: College Admissions Industry Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 25:40


    In 2022, the University of Pennsylvania reported that a third of their class of incoming freshmen had done research in high school. What makes research so important? Amy and Mike invited researcher Stephen Turban to discuss the trend of high school students doing independent research and how research impacts the admissions process. What are five things you will learn in this episode? Why does research matter in the undergraduate admissions process? How do admission offices evaluate independent research projects? Does research need to be published to be impactful? How can students find research opportunities? What are the pathways? How do students use research papers in the admission process? Do they attach it to their application? Do they get recommendation letters? How do admission officers look at independent projects vs. summer programs vs. projects via curriculum programs like AP Capstone? MEET OUR GUEST Stephen Turban is the co-founder of the Lumiere Research Scholar Program. Before starting Lumiere, Stephen was a PhD student at Harvard Business School, worked at McKinsey & Company, and studied at Harvard College where he graduated Magna Cum Laude in Statistics. Stephen's research has been covered in The Economist, the Harvard Business Review, The Washington Post, Freakonomics Radio, and the BBC. Stephen can be reached at stephen.turban@lumiere.education. LINKS Lumiere Education RELATED EPISODES CREATING A PASSION PROJECT BUILDING AN A+ EXTRACURRICULAR RESUME HOW TO BUILD RELATIONSHIPS WITH COLLEGES ABOUT THIS PODCAST Tests and the Rest is THE college admissions industry podcast. Explore all of our episodes on the show page. ABOUT YOUR HOSTS Mike Bergin is the president of Chariot Learning and founder of TestBright. Amy Seeley is the president of Seeley Test Pros. If you're interested in working with Mike and/or Amy for test preparation, training, or consulting, feel free to get in touch through our contact page.

    THE STEFANIE GASS SHOW - Clarity Coaching, Kingdom Entrepreneurs, Podcasting, Courses, Christian Business Coach
    477 \\ Podcast Analytics 101 - How to Understand Podcast Statistics and Use them to Grow Your Show

    THE STEFANIE GASS SHOW - Clarity Coaching, Kingdom Entrepreneurs, Podcasting, Courses, Christian Business Coach

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 24:57


    Hey Friend! In today's podcast, I teach you about podcast analytics and statistics! I go over what they are, and how you can use this data to grow your podcast. Learn to use this information to focus on what is working and let go of what's not is the secret. Together we will do a deep dive into understanding podcast analytics, and knowing what to track. I also share live examples of how to use the data to make your show grow! Check out the blog post Understand Podcast Analytics and Use Them to Grow Your Podcast! I pray this blesses you! Xo, Stef   P.S. ARE YOU READY TO HAVE A PROFITABLE PODCAST?! JOIN MY FREE, 4-DAY LIVE BOOTCAMP FOR PODCASTERS! Build a Solid Podcast Foundation, Monetize, Sell, and Scale! August 15-18th, 11AM MST https://stefaniegass.com/bootcamp   You Will Learn: HOW TO GROW AN ONLINE BUSINESS IN LESS TIME HOW TO EXPLODE YOUR AUDIENCE IN LESS THAN TWO HOURS A WEEK HOW TO MAKE CONSISTENT SALES USING A PODCAST HOW TO PLAN, RECORD, AND LAUNCH A PODCAST   Hurry so you can start winning door prizes and getting entered for some epic SWAG! https://stefaniegass.com/bootcamp   Connect -> www.stefaniegass.com   WANNA BUILD A BUSINESS IN LESS THAN 2 HOURS A WEEK USING PODCASTING? Watch my FREE Workshop to Find Out How!!! www.podcastforgrowth.com   Free Stuff: Facebook Community-> www.stefgasscommunity.com Clarity on Your Calling Workshop-> www.freeclarityworkshop.com Start an Online Business Checklist -> www.completebusinessblueprint.com Start a Podcast & Complete Launch Checklist -> www.thepodcastlaunchchecklist.com Should You Start a Podcast Quiz -> www.startapodcastquiz.com   The Stefanie Gass School: Step 1: Get Clear on Your God-led Calling so You Can Start an Online Business-> www.clarifyyourcallingcourse.com Step 2: Start & Launch a Successful Podcast in 30 Days -> www.podcastprouniversity.com  Step 3: Monetize & Scale your Podcast Using Courses and Coaching-> www.podcasttoprofitmastermind.com    Contact us -> support@stefaniegass.com

    Diggin' In The Digits
    Ep.174 - DITD Bites, Vol. 14

    Diggin' In The Digits

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 89:55


    We get into another Bites where we talk about goings on in the Hip-Hop/music world. For this one we get into the Beyonce/Kelis/Neptunes sample controversy and looking into The Notorious B1, an artist from back in the day that claims The Notorious B.I.G. stole his iconic hit "Juicy".TIMESTAMPS:Weekly Music Roundup - (Ben = Bold / Charlie = Italics) Nezi Momodu - The Pound Calvin Harris - Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 2 Bobby Shmurda - BodBoy LeeV & Bobby Oh'Killum - The Grim Adventures of Leev  Low End Activist - Hostile Utopia Karlae - ENTER Murs - Murs & Rob Viktum's Cavalcade of Cosmic Crips and Interplanetary Pirus Kokoroko - Could We Be More DOMi & JD BECK - NOT TiGHT Lil Silva - Yesterday Is Heavy Bey/Kelis/Neptunes - (21:52) Notorious B1 - (49:14) Lighter Note - (1:09:08)Thanks for listening. Below are the Social accounts for all parties involved. Be sure to let us know that you're supporting us!Music - "Pizza And Video Games" by Bonus Points (Thanks to Chillhop Music for the right to use)HHBTN (Twitter & IG) - @HipHopNumbers5E (Twitter & IG) - @The5thElementUK5E Community DiscordChillHop (Twitter) - @ChillhopdotcomBonus Points (Twitter) - @BonusPoints92Other Podcasts Under The 5EPN:"What's Good?" W/ Charlie TaylorIn Search of SauceBlack Women Watch...5EPN RadioThe Beauty Of Independence

    On the Brink with Andi Simon
    324: Jann Mirchandani—To Build A Great Presence Online You Must Begin With Your Website

    On the Brink with Andi Simon

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 31:58


    Hear how to make your website your best marketing tool We're going to do three things today for my audience as you're listening in or watching. First, Jann Mirchandani will tell you about her own journey as a marketing maven. Then we're going to talk about what Google has done to change the way we search for what we want to buy or answers to what we want to know. For solutions to what you need, you start by asking Google. Have a physical ailment? You ask Dr. Google. Second, do you know why that is so important for your business and its image, identity, brand, presence and what you communicate in the marketplace? And third, what do you need to do to build a brand identity? How can you create the story you want for your business? If you have a company or want to start one, this is for you! Watch and listen to our conversation here Can Jann help you? I have known Jann Mirchandani for a long time, and she has built several websites for our clients. While she was speaking at a Westchester Business Council event, her panelists were talking about LinkedIn, Instagram and social media. I am sure that you may be worried about that as well. Jann focused on building a great website foundation for your social presence because without a good foundation you don't exist. Where should you focus if you want to build your digital presence? Listen in as Jann and I talk about something we believe to be an essential part of our personal and professional lives: how we show up online. How are you? If you want to contact Jann directly, you can find her on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter, or you can send her an email at jann@westchestermarketingcafe.com. And check out her own website Westchester Marketing Café. To know more about building a terrific website that will work hard for you:   Blog: Terrific Websites to Empower Successful Women Entrepreneurs   Podcast: Lisa Staff and Deevo Tindall—Social, Video, Digital: How Can You Build A Personal Brand Today? White paper: How Important is a Social Media Strategy to an Inbound Marketing Effort? Additional resources for you My two award-winning books: Rethink: Smashing The Myths of Women in Businessand On the Brink: A Fresh Lens to Take Your Business to New Heights Our website: Simon Associates Management Consultants   Read the transcript of our podcast here Andi Simon: Welcome to On the Brink With Andi Simon. Hi, I'm Andi Simon. I'm your host and your guide. Can you believe it, this is our 324th podcast. We've been ranked in the top 5% of global podcasts and the top 20 of futurists podcasts. So to you, our listeners and our audience, I can't thank you enough for listening and sharing. And today I have a fantastic woman I want you to meet: Jann Mirchandani is a fantastic website designer, and understands the internet and the SEO of things. We've had her create several websites for our clients and they are fantastic. And it's fun to work with Jann because she really understands what Google has done. They've transformed the buyer's journey. The first thing you're going to think about when you have a need is to go online and search for it. And there is Jann's website waiting for you. Jann, thank you so much for joining me today. Jann Mirchandani: Oh, it's a pleasure to be here. Thanks for having me. Andi Simon: We're going to do three things today for my audience as you're listening in or watching. First, I want Jann to tell you about her own journey. You know how important that is to set the stage. Then we're going to talk about what Google has done to change the way we search, buy and find solutions to what we need. And why that is so important for your identity, your brand, your presence and what you communicate in the marketplace. Now at a Westchester Business Council event where Jann was speaking, the others were talking about LinkedIn and social and Instagram. You may be worried about that as well. But without a good foundation on your website, with your content, with your blogs, you don't exist. And the first thing someone will do if they see an Instagram thing is cool. So why aren't you thinking web first and that website is so important. Jann, thank you for being here. Jann Mirchandani: Pleasure to be here. Thanks for having me. Andi Simon: Tell them about yourself. Who is Jann? Jann Mirchandani: So I actually started my career back in the day, really, before websites were even a thing. In fact, it's just kind of a funny aside, I remember when I was in high school, and they brought in one of the first desktop computers, and I was like, I was never going to use that thing. And so I clearly can't say that I was very forward thinking back then. But obviously, over the many years, my actual career kind of started in marketing. In corporate, I worked for several large asset management companies back in the day. And then my company was merging with another company, and I was fortunate enough to get a package. And they actually became my first client. It was just such a funny kind of coincidence. My intention really was at the time I was working, to keep in marketing. I was sort of specializing in that. Back then, it was desktop publishing. So I started and then I started my family around that same time. It was very difficult to balance the two. So I really started changing my focus to working with smaller organizations and smaller businesses. And what I realized in fairly short order was that it was really the technology, it was really the internet of things, that businesses and small business owners were saying, "We really need to understand this. It's supposed to be the end-all and be-all and it's easy, and we should be able to get in here, but I'm afraid." And there's just really a dearth of experts to sherpa the small business owners and nonprofit organizations through getting a website up and running and all of that. So I really did a complete pivot and went all in on just the digital and website design. And I taught myself. I took what I had learned over a decade-plus of marketing, and then taught myself the technology. And that, to me, is really the beauty of it. It's that sweet spot between communicating your unique selling proposition and what makes you special, with also the nerdy, geeky things of how we can communicate that effectively online. That was sort of a not-so-straight path to where I got to where I am now. Andi Simon: Well, I bet you can also reflect out to our audience about what your clients are asking for or thinking about, and perhaps missing, because searches become the way people find things. I had a great client in Texas, he had a foundry and his clients stopped picking up the telephone. And the sales guys were having a terrible time getting inside to buyers who they used to use. And so when I went out to find out what was happening, Boomer buyers had retired and the 30-somethings didn't use the telephone. And they laughed. They said, Well, we don't pick up the phone, we go online, we go searching. And he said to me, That's how they buy now. I said, Yes, that's how people buy now. So that gives us a little of the evolution of both search and the web. Jann Mirchandani: You know, it's interesting, because I had a conversation not that long ago with a client that was very similar. He found me on Google, and wasn't anybody that I had any experience with. He says, "I'm not getting any phone calls. I'm not getting any inquiries from my website, what's going on?" And I went in, and sure enough, he wasn't getting found on any of the search engines, so we won't get into that whole nonsense, because it was a mistake that had been made by his previous developer. That was both phone calls, and emails, and warm inquiries. And statistics show, even if somebody has a friend and business card, the first thing that they're going to do is look you up online. They're going to go to your website and check you out even before they pick up the phone or send an email inquiry. Statistics and surveys have borne that out. So they're definitely going to your website, even if those are just the referrals. What about all of the people who don't even know that you exist, and don't know anybody who's going to refer you? People who are doing a Google search if they're looking for an attorney, if they're looking for any kind of service provider, they're going to do a Google search. They're doing their due diligence, that is where they start. We are living in the age of educated consumers. So to try and swim upstream, to me, just does not make sense. So I always tell clients when they say, We need to joog up our website, we need to make it look a little bit nicer. And I'm like, Well, that's part of it, but the reality is, you need to think about what you're saying. Who are you communicating with? Are you really attracting your best customers? Or are you just trying to throw spaghetti against the wall and say, These are all of our list of services. You know, it's a little bit more nuanced than that. So you really do need to think about your audience first, and not just features and benefits. Andi Simon: Well, it's not a brochure. And the problem is, when you think of it as an online brochure, it's flat, and it offers you no value. And quite frankly, like a brochure, you hope people read it, maybe. But it doesn't provide any service. So my pitch always is, What's your value? Because it comes through before anyone has come to you, or even after it's on your web. So at SAMC we make sure there are 10 areas where we score highly. So you want to Google corporate anthropologist, on the first page on my blog about why culture change is essential if you're going to change, is on the first page and may not be the first one. But it's down within the first few. Blue Ocean Strategy® expert. I can't beat the book, but I'm on that second page. Sometimes my stuff's on the first page. Think through one of the keywords that you want to be known for. What's your authority? Because search is looking for an authority. And the second thing that we've learned, and I'm sure you tell this to your clients, is, Google's already gone local to ask, Who's a good attorney near me? What's a restaurant near me? It already knows you want to go near me.  Jann Mirchandani: Right, it's a numbers game. 100%. And, what you said too about which search terms. What do you want to be known for? One of the first things that I counsel my clients on is, it's not necessarily how you identify yourself, because many of us fall into, "I do website design and development." We get very jargony, very quickly, because that's the language of our profession. That's not necessarily what our best clientele are looking for. Because they don't know the language of our profession. So you got to throw the jargon out the window to a large extent. It goes back to what I was saying before about your audience first, what are they looking for, and it may not be the very professional jargon terms that you think of yourself in terms of.  You just are always going back to clients first, and then what you're talking about in terms of local search. It's a numbers game. So if you're getting 100,000 visits to your website and of those, 1% is your ideal client, versus 1000 visits to your website and 50% of those are your ideal client. The point you really want to make sure that you're focusing on is your ideal client. If somebody's doing a search for Apple, are they looking for going apple picking with their family, or are they looking for an iMac? When you're looking at the search, are you being found for the right terms, and is it what your audience is looking for. And it may be, it may be some of that jargon. If you're looking for other professionals, and I certainly know clients and I have other industry professionals that refer business to me. So maybe you do want to attract people with some of that, and it goes right directly to what you're talking about in terms of thought leadership and being really known for your expertise and being solid in your core expertise. Andi Simon: It's not all that different from life before the internet, because we forget that people buy from people. And so the whole process is, how do you make yourself come alive online. I had one client and he downloaded pages off my website underlined in yellow. I was in shock. He knew enough about me, he'd watched the videos. But that was how he bought it. But it was an interesting experience on my part because he was looking for content to pre-legitimize his decision to contact us. Last week, we actually had somebody who found us online because they wanted to do a culture change project and needed the Organizational Cultural Assessment Instrument. Or conversely, they wanted to do culture change and found me with the OCAI. I'm never quite sure what it was. But all of this comes down to, once you have your website, think backwards. What are people searching for, not just a word. The word culture has millions of searches, but that's not what you want. You want a culture change expert in New York or something that gives it a long tail that locks you in, and then you better have it on your website so that this wonderful person who's looking for you can find you, which sounds so mysterious, but that's how the world is working now. Jann Mirchandani: You said long term keyword, which is how to think about: How do we own our own searches? We put in a question. It might be a very long question because that's how we're getting all of those little markers into the search engine to say, I'm looking for all of this. And the other thing that people don't often realize in terms of the SEO on their website, and when I say SEO, I'm really just talking about the organic, I'm not talking about paid placement, I'm not talking about paid ads, or anything. It's really just about people finding you organically. What people don't realize is, they think, "I need to optimize my website," which of course you do, but your website isn't showing up for search results. A page on your website and an article that you have written, a video that you have shared, it's showing up in the search results. This is the other thing I see with clients a lot, especially on their home page is: We have to put everything on the home page because that's where people are going to be coming in. We have to rethink why we call it a home page, but that's only a percentage of your visitors. All of those other articles, all of that other material that you're sharing on your website, is conveying your thought leadership and your expertise and your knowledge and your personality. And so that's going to be a large part of it as well. And that's what's going to bubble to the surface for the search results. Andi Simon: Now, let's go a little further because there's a whole world of backlinks. You know, your ranking depends on how others have linked back to you for something. Can you talk a little bit about that? Jann Mirchandani: Yeah, I mean, it's a great way. I share articles all the time about tools that I love to use for clients, and I will link to those sources. So that gives them sort of additional SEO tools too. When people share your information, whether we were not pushing too hard on social media, that's a whole other animal, but sharing on social media, sharing on other websites, other credentialed websites, other really substantial websites, when they're linking back and saying, "Here's an interesting article that Andrea Simon wrote about creating change in your organization." That all lends credence and lends authority to your information and your expertise. So to the extent that you can guest blog somewhere, do a podcast somewhere, all of that information then gets shared. Maybe shared in the original source, but then links back hopefully to your website, as well. You said something interesting earlier about it's not so different than how it was in the ancient days, pre-internet. It really is the same how people behave. We have not evolved in the last 20 years, our tools have changed. Our tools have certainly evolved, but how we make decisions is very much the same. We base our decisions based on who we know, and trust, who we like, who we feel comfortable with, to the extent that networking with others now means connecting and collaborating with others and sharing others. "This is somebody that I know and trust, and I feel confident recommending them." That all lends credibility, not only to the others, but to you as well. Andi Simon: You know, as you're talking, one of the websites you built for us was for a client, and they do a good deal of blogging, and I'm showcasing their customers on their site. Now, often when I'm working with clients, we have two leadership academies, and I talked about belonging cues. This builds trust because they become icons for others who are looking for people just like me, so that if you can do it for them, you might be able to do it for me. So even our podcasts and celebrating others, it's not about us, it's about collaborating, belonging. And these are the kinds of folks I want to share with our audience. They know that we're good at whatever it is that we're doing here. But I do think the world of the web is mysterious. We set up small businesses, not-for-profits, and I'm not quite sure why they don't realize that they go shopping the same way they want to find something. But they don't really think of it for their own company in the same fashion, as if they would buy me as an attorney or an accounting firm or whatever. And well, why wouldn't they? If you give them the right answers to the question of, How do I handle the new tax law?, what is it that matters? What matters isn't the name of your company, maybe the logo, but really is it? Do you have an answer to my question? And if you do, then you must be trustworthy and I may belong to you. So the buyer, you're right, they haven't evolved that much. It's just the tools that we use to get there. It is interesting. We did say something about social. At SAMC when we post something, we immediately go out (we're HubSpot partners) and we post it on all the social, and then we email it to all of our friends and family who are on our CRM. And we then follow up a week later with, In case you missed it." We're gonna talk a little bit about how to leverage social as opposed to depend on it. If you want to have content, and social doesn't give you much, it's a vehicle for talking to people. What are your thoughts? Jann Mirchandani: I couldn't agree more. Clients often look at me, like, "Why?" I say, "Well, do you do social media? I can work with you on your social media, but I will not execute social media on your behalf." So they're like, "But you do digital marketing." I say, "Yeah, do you know social media is great if you have great content, but you have to have content. That's rented space." I always tell clients, You know what: Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram...all of these channels. Tik Tok is the newest hot thing. They can change their algorithms. They can change their user agreements anytime without your permission, without your agreement. You have no say in it. They can take your content as soon as you upload it. It's there as if it no longer belongs to you. You're in a rented space there, as opposed to your website. You own that real estate. You can take your website and you can move it from one hosting platform to another. I've done it plenty of times with clients. And they're like, "What is set up over here, it's not meeting our needs anymore." We take it and it will live somewhere else. Your domain you own means that you can move it forward from one registrar to another. And all of that is as you make those decisions for your business, your organization. So it's really important to understand that difference between what you really control versus what somebody else controls for your organization. This is not to say that it doesn't have any meaning because again, we all go to networking events. Say I haven't seen someone for a while, I should reach out. Those platforms have their uses, certainly LinkedIn, especially to stay in touch with colleagues as they move from one job to the next and you might not necessarily have their home phone number. So it is important, but it is also important to understand what the value is where one is a tool for networking and the other one is a tool for really having that conversation with your clients, in terms of your prospective clients, in terms of, This is really our expertise. You shouldn't be selling on social media but on your website, it's perfectly appropriate to be a little bit more sales that you really don't want to do on social media. So again, what are the tools and why are you using them? Andi Simon: It is interesting as I'm listening to you because the world of LinkedIn is a science all unto itself, and Instagram as well. But 65-70% of the traffic to our website comes from organic. And Twitter is much more effective as a generator of leads to our website then the others are. I mean, I can see it in the data. You have to feed the ones that feed you. And you play with the others to be present. But forget whoever is listening, what is your strategy? And what are you offering? And to whom? And what do you know about what's working, because it's all in the data. And if you're not watching your Google Analytics, you don't see where the sources are, you're missing what the world is giving you, which is a platform to know how to build your business organically on the internet. Now, for those who aren't up on a good website yet, I urge you to talk to a Jann or someone like Jann, because you're missing the way the world is buying. The first thing people do if they're curious about something is, they search. And if you don't come up on the first couple of pages, you don't exist. And unless someone's referring them to you, you got a lot of work to build a market in a changing buyer's journey now, but we are about ready to wrap ourselves up. So Miss Jann, what are two or three things you want to make sure our audience doesn't forget and leaves knowing about? Jann Mirchandani: Well, the first thing is what I said right at the beginning. It's absolutely essential that you really get out of your own head and think about what your prospective clients are looking for. One thing that I always say to new clients is, Think about the 10 questions that you get most often when you start with a new project or a new client. They're telling you everything that you need to know about what any other prospective client is going to be asking you. Because that's the same question. So that's really the first thing that you want to do is, What are those prospective clients looking for? Then in terms of overall presence and how you're presenting yourself online, it goes back to, we haven't really talked about branding, but the branding experience. Hopefully people have watched and listened to us today and when they go to my website, that tracks with what I saw on Andi's podcast. Then if they pick up the phone or send me an email, that experience should be the same as well. Back in the day, when I first started, it was like, Oh, I have to be very buttoned up and I have to be very professional. I kind of subjugated my own personality to a large extent and over time, I'm like, you know what, that's hard to sustain over time. So, let that personality show because in many, many instances, that is going to be your sales differentiator. So I think that's important also. Don't set your website and forget it and say, Okay, we just dusted it off, and we just did a new website and now we're done for another five years. You shouldn't be really taking a look at it regularly. You should be adding articles regularly. I have the same issue that every one of my clients have on my blog. But again, go back to what you have and bring in guest bloggers, but definitely make sure that you are paying attention regularly to your website to add new content so those questions that your prospective clients are asking you, or you know what your clients are asking you. So that's sort of it in a nutshell. Andi Simon: I'm going to have Jann tell you where you can reach her. But one of the things that I do just as a tip is that we like to post three times a week. We like to post on our list of longtail keywords, and make sure the URL and the subheads are all the right ones for people searching for that. So there's a little science to how to do those. But after awhile, you're building on the story so that the blogs that we put up two or three years ago have set the stage for what we're adding onto currently. And sometimes I look back and forward and say, It really has grown into a storybook. That's what you are, a storybook. And the story is like a movie set in your head in your next year. And think about the year in terms of content you want to share. You don't have to be long, 800 words, three paragraphs, and the right keywords get you content so the search engines know you're the expert in that particular field. But don't wait. Because if you wait five years, you're a worthless website. Jann Mirchandani: Months, honestly, I mean, six months. Everything else is now and I'll add a little bonus that you just reminded me of: Is it okay to go back to an article or a post that you wrote three years ago, a year ago? Things change. So dust that off, rewrite. Depending on how much you've changed the original article, you can either update the date on it, or just leave it with a little note that you updated it so that you're not always having to craft new content, you really can go back to what you have. It might be interesting for your readers to see originally, back in 2011, Jann said these were her favorite tools. And she's added three new ones since then and that's kind of interesting how the technology has changed. So I mean, you can certainly do that to update what you've already got. Andi Simon: And when you get launching that new website, don't forget to tell everybody on your email list. They are a rich source for, "Hi, we've just updated our website and we can't wait for you to read the new articles on there. Or let us know what you need." Jann Mirchandani: I haven't even touched on email. Email is a great way to share your content from your website to your audience, and that drives traffic back to your website. We're talking about SEO, all of that traffic that you're generating through the people that you're already connected with, is a great source for SEO as well. Andi Simon: Jann, where can people reach you? Jann Mirchandani: I can be reached at Westchestermarketingcafe.com That's the easiest way. You can fill out the online form there. Or you can reach me directly at Jann@Westchestermarketing cafe.com Or give me a call 914-806-7720 and I'd be happy to chat. Andi Simon: And she's a happy chatter and she does beautiful work. It's a pleasure to see you today. Thank you for joining me. Now, for all of our listeners and our audience who are watching, I can't tell you what fun it is to share great people with you. And as you know, my job is to help you see, feel and think in new ways, which is just what we've done today with Jann. But don't underestimate the power of the internet, your website, and the kinds of ways it tells a story. We're all story makers and storytellers. And that's what's so powerful today. You have a platform, and nobody's controlling you, so tell that story in a great fashion. And keep telling it over and over so that you can rise in those rankings because they matter. I'm Andi Simon, I'm your host and your guide. My two books are out there at Amazon waiting for you. It's so much fun. I did a book club the other day on Rethink: Smashing The Myths of Women in Business. And these were really wonderful high-powered women in the commercial real estate world. And I was fascinated about how they had read the book and how it had touched them differently than I might have thought. And that's always so interesting when you read a book because you put your story into it. And they were all wanting to know how could their stories be like these stories? So I urge you to read it and get a hold of me if you want me to talk at your book club or your organization. I'd love to share both the origin myth of this book,Rethink, as well as the women who are inside it who were so gracious to share their stories like Jann has done today. It's been such fun. But take care. Remember, find me at info@Andisimon.com and we're always here to help you see, feel and think in new ways. Change your organization or change yourself. It's been wonderful, thanks again.

    Leader Feeder by Front Line Leadership Systems
    Encouraging Plant Collaboration With Supervisors

    Leader Feeder by Front Line Leadership Systems

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 3:48


    How do you encourage plant collaboration supervisors?  To know the answer, we need to see how people can work together and drive exceptional operating performance. Breaking Down The Myth Of Overdone Collaboration Something we misunderstand when working with clients is that we have already “tried” collaboration. Yet, statistics show that 75% of employees believe collaboration […]

    Reg in AtL: SportsTalk
    Juan Soto and Austin Riley, Deshaun Watson suspension, Marcus Mariota and Trey Lance named starters

    Reg in AtL: SportsTalk

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 41:25


    -Juan Soto trade and Austin Riley new deal-Deshaun Watson gets 6 game suspension and NFL appeals-Marcus Mariota and Trey Lance named startersRIP Bill Russell

    Tipping Pitches
    The Worst Festival In The World (feat. Evan Drellich)

    Tipping Pitches

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 91:27


    Bobby is joined by Jordan Shusterman, one half of Céspedes Family BBQ, to serve a 10-course meal on the MLB trade deadline. Then, Alex and Bobby invite on Athletic national reporter Evan Drellich to talk about how he ended up immersed in the business of baseball, what it was like covering the CBA negotiations, why the international draft failed, what's next in the Senate committee's investigation into MLB's anti-trust exemption*, Rob Manfred's effectiveness as commissioner, and more. *Note: this episode was record prior to Manfred's 17-page response to the committee's inquiry, and, as such, does not cover this development. Links: Follow Evan on Twitter @EvanDrellich MLB's misguided secrecy around the international draft negotiations Tipping Pitches Patreon Songs featured in this episode: Tony Allen — “Secret Agent” • BEKA — “My One” • Booker T & the M.G.‘s — “Green Onions” --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

    Ocean Grove Property News
    EP635 - Ocean Grove property statistics you won't believe!

    Ocean Grove Property News

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 10:58


    INSPECTION NUMBERS Find out which property had the most interest over the weekend. EVER-CHANGING MARKET Adaptability is key in the changing real estate market. STATS AMAZING! Some interesting statistics on Ocean Grove property values over the last 20 years could offer some insights. You won't believe some of these details! GOING ONLINE Two new properties are now on www.hayden.com.au. SNEAK PEEK Leopold offers this week's sneak peek with a great investment opportunity. PRICE CHANGE A slight adjustment to one of our Leopold properties. WEEKLY SALES/OFFERS UPDATE: Find out what properties have sold in the last week. PROPERTY OF THE WEEK: 220 Shell Road, Ocean Grove https://www.hayden.com.au/220-shell-road-ocean-grove-3226/6982637/ Never Miss a Show: * Listen on SPOTIFY - https://open.spotify.com/show/73HPTgkOOXYYT7B1Z6PwtI * Search “ocean grove real estate” * Subscribe

    The 966
    Knight Frank's Faisal Durrani on real estate trends in Saudi Arabia, the Saudi economy has a big 2Q, and more...

    The 966

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 100:05


    3:31 - Richard's one big thing is a new agreement between IBM and Saudi Arabia's IT authority that will upskill 100,000 young Saudis in the digital sector. The MoU to implement eight initiatives seeks to “bolster the Kingdom's position as a hub of technology and innovation in the Middle East and North Africa region,” according to SPA.9:32 - Lucien's one big thing is a look at the latest data coming out on the Saudi economy in 2022, which is one of the fastest-growing globally. Saudi Arabia's General Authority for Statistics (GAStat) said that Saudi Arabia's economy expanded 11.8% in the second quarter of this year, year-on-year, maintaining the fastest pace of growth since 2011. High oil prices and output have powered that growth. But beyond oil, Saudi Arabia is seeing positive signs in the non-oil economy as well, which is key for the Kingdom Vision 2030 economic and social reforms. Non-oil GDP gained 5.4% while the oil economy grew 23.1% compared to last year, according to preliminary estimates.Separately, Standard and Poors (S&P) released its headline seasonally adjusted S&P Global Saudi Arabia Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) for the whole economy this week. Though the trend for July was down from June, falling to 56.3 in July from 57.0 in June, it remained well above the neutral 50.0 mark that separates growth from contraction.17:31 - The 966 speaks with Faisal Durrani, Partner and Head of Middle East Research at Knight Frank, the London-based global real estate consultancy. Knight Frank just released two reports on Saudi Arabia's commercial and residential real estate sectors, providing unique insights into one of the world's fastest growing real estate markets. Faisal joins The 966 from Dubai to discuss the reports and much more. 1:04 - Yallah! 6 top storylines to get you up to date heading into the weekend. US to extend visa validity for Saudis to 10 years starting Aug. 1Last month, the US announced it would be extending visit visas for Saudi nationals from five to 10 years. The announcement came a day after US President Joe Biden arrived in Saudi Arabia for a two-day official visit as part of his first Middle East tour as president, during which he met King Salman, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and other senior Saudi officials. Saudis hail Vision 2030 women's workforce figuresSaudi women now comprise 33.6 percent of the Saudi workforce as of March 2022, according to the General Authority for Statistics. That figure is up from 17.4 percent just five years ago. The unemployment rate of women was the lowest in 20 years as of the first quarter of 2022, falling to 20.2 percent from 22.5 percent during the fourth quarter of 2021. Biden Approves Arms Sales to Saudi, UAEThe Biden administration on Tuesday approved and notified Congress of possible multibillion-dollar weapons sales to both Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. The notice of the approval comes just weeks after President Joe Biden met with the leaders of each nation in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, as he sought to improve relations between the US and the Saudis. Tiger Woods turns down as much as $800 million for LIV GolfTiger Woods turned down an offer that Greg Norman says was "somewhere in that neighborhood" of $700 million to $800 million to take part in the Saudi-funded LIV Golf series.During an appearance on Fox News with Tucker Carlson that aired Monday night, Norman confirmed what he told the Washington Post in a story two months ago. Norman told the Post in June the offer was "mind-blowingly enormous; we're talking about high nine digits." Saudi Arabia Eyes Hosting of 2026 Women's Asian CupSaudi Arabia has joined Australia, Jordan and Uzbekistan as nations who have expressed interest in hosting the 2026 Women's Asian Cup, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) said on Monday as reported in Reuters.NEOM's Oxagon announces annual Kingdom-wide Hackathon NEOM's Oxagon, home to advanced and clean industries with industrial innovation at its core, today launched the first edition of its Hackathon, in partnership with Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Education, powered by Blossom Accelerator.The three-day sprint is set to take place from October 6 to 8 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and is designed to foster a collaborative and inclusive innovation eco-system across the Kingdom's burgeoning startup community, a statement said.

    Jeff Caplan's Afternoon News
    KSL's Aimee Cobabe on Utah's rape and sexual assault statistics

    Jeff Caplan's Afternoon News

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 4:29


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    FNF Unplugged
    Do You Know Your Numbers? If Not... How You Can Avoid Becoming a Statistic

    FNF Unplugged

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 29:11


    You were either born into this business, or you stumbled into it... Some of you remember the IBM Selectric Typewriter and Xerox machines, others might have to Google that. Whether you're an industry veteran or a newbie, you need to know your numbers to survive. In this episode, FNF's Chuck Cain invites Lodestar Software Solutions Founder & CEO Jim Paolino to offer his insight after growing up in a business where the only thing constant is change.

    Maximize Your Brand with Markeith Braden
    MYB #98: African-American Men & Mental Health Matters

    Maximize Your Brand with Markeith Braden

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 59:40


    Statistics show that Black men suffer from higher rates of mental health conditions. In fact, they have a greater chance of experiencing severe hopelessness and sadness and feeling overwhelmed than white adults.   Not only are there barriers to culturally competent mental health care, but social stigmas, along with a deep distrust in our healthcare system, are also at play.  Today, my guest & I discuss this topic.  My guest is Mr. Cory George, Trauma Expert & Life Coach.   Join my Brand Maximizer Community by texting PersonalBrand to 77222   Ready To Build Your Brand? Schedule a consult below. https://markeithbraden.as.me/consultation

    Locked On Braves - Daily Podcast On The Atlanta Braves
    Atlanta Braves Blow Another One -- Is This Bullpen As Good As Numbers Indicate?

    Locked On Braves - Daily Podcast On The Atlanta Braves

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 35:03


    The Atlanta Braves lose another day game as the bullpen can't hold on late in a close game. Statistics show this is one of the best bullpens in baseball. Jake dives into the numbers to see if that's true. Charlie Morton was excellent on Wednesday and has been for a while. Is he back to top of the rotation form? Their five-game series against the Mets this weekend is starting to feel like a must-win series in order to win the NL East. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Blue Nile Make your moment sparkle with jewelry from Bluenile.com. And, going on now is the Blue Nile Anniversary Sale … Save up to forty percent on classic fine jewelry pieces and twenty-five percent on engagement ring settings. Shop stress free and find your forever piece. Go to BlueNile.com today. LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Did you know every week, nearly 40 million job seekers visit LinkedIn? Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONMLB. Vroom With Vroom, you can buy a car entirely online, and have it delivered straight to you, so you never have to go to a dealership again. So, next time you need to buy a car, just grab your phone, go to Vroom.com and check out thousands of great cars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Stats + Stories
    Anti-Racist Advocacy | Stats + Stories Episode 241

    Stats + Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 25:58


    Since the summer of Black Lives Matter in 2020, institutions all over the U.S. have been exploring their pasts. In order to understand how they may have contributed to or helped perpetuate systemic racism. Universities, private businesses, and non-profits have all been working to try to understand what it means to be Anti-Racist. The American Statistical Association launched an Anti-Racism Task Force to explore this very thing, and that's the focus of this episode of Stats+Stories with guests Dr. Adrian Coles and Dr. David Marker. Dr. Coles is an Associate Director of Biostatistics at Bristol Myers Squibb. He is a collaborative researcher who specializes in the design and implementation of clinical trials and the interpretation of clinical trial data to facilitate the assessment of benefit/risk for promising pharmaceutical innovations. He is also a subject matter expert in diversity, equity, and inclusion and chairs the American Statistical Association's Committee on Minorities in Statistics as well as the organization's Antiracism Taskforce. Dr. Marker is a senior statistician who recently retired after 37+ years at Westat. He is continuing to consult on topics of personal interest. He has worked on studies in the fields of public health, environmental pollution, homelessness, voting rights, and many others. He recently served as co-chair of the American Statistical Association's Anti-Racism Task Force. Dr. Marker is an internationally recognized consultant in total quality management, having advised the Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, South African, Dutch, and Danish Governments on improving the quality of their data collection activities. He has also appeared as an expert witness before Federal, state, and local governments and on voting rights and language-minority rights before Federal, State, and Provincial courts. Dr. Marker is a Fellow of the ASA and American Academy for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), and an Elected member of the International Statistical Institute. He will receive a Founders Award from the ASA at this summer's Joint Statistical Meetings.

    Great Homes Tampa Bay - All Things Real Estate on Both Sides of the Bay!
    Hillsborough County Real Estate Statistics and Market Trends - Tampa Florida [July 2022]

    Great Homes Tampa Bay - All Things Real Estate on Both Sides of the Bay!

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 23:00


    Hillsborough County Real Estate Statistics and Market Trends for July 2022. Want to know what the Tampa, Temple Terrace, and Brandon real estate market is doing? If you're thinking about buying or selling a home in Tampa, Temple Terrace, Brandon, Westchase, Apollo Beach, Ruskin, Bloomingdale, South Tampa, or Seminole Heights you will want to know what the current real estate market is doing! These statistics are for July 2022 (they lag behind about 30 days). Sign up for the Monthly Statistics Email for all of Hillsborough County https://sassergroup.com/tampa-bay-real-estate-and-home-market-statistics/ Find a Home https://sassergroup.com/ Great Things Tampa Bay - My mobile app and show help you find all the great eats, great places, and great people in the greater Tampa Bay area! https://GreatThingstb.com/ Want help selling a home? Get your Free Home Value Report today! https://sassergroup.com/home-value/

    Education - VOA Learning English
    Women Are Better at Statistics than They Think - August 04, 2022

    Education - VOA Learning English

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 6:55


    Great Homes Tampa Bay - All Things Real Estate on Both Sides of the Bay!
    Pinellas County Real Estate Statistics and Market Trends - St Petersburg Florida [July 2022]

    Great Homes Tampa Bay - All Things Real Estate on Both Sides of the Bay!

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 21:51


    Pinellas County Real Estate Statistics and Market Trends for July 2022. Want to know what St. Pete and Clearwater real estate market is doing? If you're thinking about buying or selling a home in Saint Petersburg, Clearwater, Gulfport, Pass-A-Grill, Safety Harbor, or Dunedin, or on maybe one of our beautiful beach communities such as Pass-A-Grille, Indian Rocks Beach, or St Pete Beach, you will want to know what the current real estate market is doing! These statistics are for July 2022 (they lag behind about 30 days). Sign up for the Monthly Statistics Email for all of Pinellas County https://sassergroup.com/tampa-bay-real-estate-and-home-market-statistics/ Find a Home https://SasserGroup.com Great Things Tampa Bay - My mobile app and show help you find all the great eats, great places, and great people in the greater Tampa Bay area! https://GreatThingstb.com/ Want help selling a home? Get your Free Home Value Report today! https://sassergroup.com/home-value/

    Grace in Tullahoma
    YOUR FRIENDS NEED JESUS

    Grace in Tullahoma

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 22:01


    How long do you think it would take to lead the whole world to Christ? America? Tullahoma? Your school? Statistics (32% or the world claims to be Christian; 68% non-Christian) U.S. population: 332 million World population: 7.75 billion Each day (in the world) 385,000 babies are born 261,800 of those will end up non-Christian 150,000 people die 102,000 die without knowing Christ Each hour (in the world) 7,425 people die 5,049 die and go to hell If you stood all

    Juicing The Numbers
    Episode 336: 2022 MLB Trade Deadline

    Juicing The Numbers

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 118:21


    Corwin and Josh talk about all of the moves, big and small, from the 2022 MLB trade deadline. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB0f_cTSDZ23VvRvqdNMyxw Website: https://juicingthenumbers.transistor.fm/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JuicingPod Email: juicingthenumbers@gmail.com Swag: https://teespring.com/juicing-the-numbers-swag Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1Dg2dIrbPNoQpSRQKWHZCG

    97.5 Y-Country
    Lois From Coloma – Smartest Person Awake – 08/04/22

    97.5 Y-Country

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 2:45


    Presented By Honor Credit Union – Come Be Part Of It! Statistics show that about one of every 20 divorced people will do this at some point. What is it? CLUES • Been down this road before

    Learning Bayesian Statistics
    #65 PyMC, Aeppl, & Aesara: the new cool kids on the block, with Ricardo Vieira

    Learning Bayesian Statistics

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 65:28


    Proudly sponsored by https://www.pymc-labs.io/ (PyMC Labs), the Bayesian Consultancy. https://calendar.google.com/calendar/appointments/schedules/AcZssZ1nOI_SElJzSiQ2sXBDiaW9w98ErjnHVzmHcSilYNWeXxJgV870NGuWZUGo3W-8-gDG8jIXQhBf (Book a call), or get in touch! Folks, there are some new cool kids on the block. They are called PyMC, Aeppl, and Aesara, and it's high time we give us a proper welcome! To do that, who better than one of the architects of the new PyMC 4.0 — Ricardo Vieira! In this episode, he'll walk us through the inner workings of the newly released version of PyMC, telling us why the Aesara backend and the brand new RandomVariable operators constitute such strong foundations for your beloved PyMC models. He will also tell us about a self-contained PPL project called Aeppl, dedicated to converting model graphs to probability functions — pretty cool, right? Oh, in case you didn't guess yet, Ricardo is a PyMC developer and data scientist at PyMC Labs. He spent several years teaching himself Statistics and Computer Science at the expense of his official degrees in Psychology and Neuroscience. So, get ready for efficient random generator functions, better probability evaluation functions, and a fully-fledged modern Bayesian workflow! Our theme music is « Good Bayesian », by Baba Brinkman (feat MC Lars and Mega Ran). Check out his awesome work at https://bababrinkman.com/ (https://bababrinkman.com/) ! Thank you to my Patrons for making this episode possible! Yusuke Saito, Avi Bryant, Ero Carrera, Giuliano Cruz, Tim Gasser, James Wade, Tradd Salvo, Adam Bartonicek, William Benton, Alan O'Donnell, Mark Ormsby, James Ahloy, Robin Taylor, Thomas Wiecki, Chad Scherrer, Nathaniel Neitzke, Zwelithini Tunyiswa, Elea McDonnell Feit, Bertrand Wilden, James Thompson, Stephen Oates, Gian Luca Di Tanna, Jack Wells, Matthew Maldonado, Ian Costley, Ally Salim, Larry Gill, Joshua Duncan, Ian Moran, Paul Oreto, Colin Caprani, George Ho, Colin Carroll, Nathaniel Burbank, Michael Osthege, Rémi Louf, Clive Edelsten, Henri Wallen, Hugo Botha, Vinh Nguyen, Raul Maldonado, Marcin Elantkowski, Adam C. Smith, Will Kurt, Andrew Moskowitz, Hector Munoz, Marco Gorelli, Simon Kessell, Bradley Rode, Patrick Kelley, Rick Anderson, Casper de Bruin, Philippe Labonde, Matthew McAnear, Michael Hankin, Cameron Smith, Luis Iberico, Tomáš Frýda, Ryan Wesslen, Andreas Netti, Riley King, Aaron Jones, Yoshiyuki Hamajima, Sven De Maeyer, Michael DeCrescenzo, Fergal M, Mason Yahr, Naoya Kanai, Steven Rowland, Aubrey Clayton, Jeannine Sue, Omri Har Shemesh, Lin Yu Sha and Scott Anthony Robson. Visit https://www.patreon.com/learnbayesstats (https://www.patreon.com/learnbayesstats) to unlock exclusive Bayesian swag ;) Links from the show: Ricardo on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RicardoV944 (https://twitter.com/RicardoV944) Ricardo on GitHub: https://github.com/ricardoV94/ (https://github.com/ricardoV94/) Ricardo's website: https://ricardov94.github.io/posts/ (https://ricardov94.github.io/posts/) PyMC, Aesara and Aeppl: The New Kids on The Block (YouTube video): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_APNiXTfYJw (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_APNiXTfYJw) Bayesian Vector Autoregression in PyMC: https://www.pymc-labs.io/blog-posts/bayesian-vector-autoregression/ (https://www.pymc-labs.io/blog-posts/bayesian-vector-autoregression/) New PyMC website: https://www.pymc.io/projects/docs/en/stable/learn.html (https://www.pymc.io/projects/docs/en/stable/learn.html) Define, optimize, and evaluate mathematical expressions with Aesara: https://aesara.readthedocs.io/en/latest/ (https://aesara.readthedocs.io/en/latest/) Aeppl documentation: https://aeppl.readthedocs.io/en/latest/ (https://aeppl.readthedocs.io/en/latest/) PyMC's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/PyMCDevelopers (https://www.youtube.com/c/PyMCDevelopers) PyMC on Twitter: https://twitter.com/pymc_devs (https://twitter.com/pymc_devs) PyMC on LinkedIn:...

    Course Wizards
    10 Mind-blowing e-Learning Statistics

    Course Wizards

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 17:27


    E-learning is growing faster than ever! In this episode of the Course Wizards podcast, Amit and Chris share and react to 10 of the most mind-blowing statistics they found about e-learning in 2022…and why YOU should start an online course today! Links: Apps for AuthorsNew Zenler5K Course Launch Blueprint100 Essential E-Learning Statistics for 2022 by Sander Tamm

    Data & Science with Glen Wright Colopy
    Keith O'Rourke | The Logic of Statistics

    Data & Science with Glen Wright Colopy

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 73:29 Very Popular


    Keith O'Rourke | The Logic of Statistics Dr. Keith O'Rourke talks about the logical reasoning behind statistical modeling. Topics include mathematical vs scientific reasoning, whether science has become too stats focused, and vice versa. Watch it on... Youtube: https://youtu.be/FqE4ROHBKpY Podbean: https://dataandsciencepodcast.podbean.com/e/keith-o-rourke-the-logic-of-statistics/   Topic List: 0:00 - The logic of statistics 0:30 - What is scientific statistics? 5:15 - The logic of statistics and CS Pierce 9:15 - Role of representation in statistics: explicit vs implicit 14:13 - Diagrammatic Reasoning 18:45 - Why is modeling counterfactual? 19:33 - How can statisticians become better scientists? 28:40 - Science is hard 31:24 - Computational approaches to learning 42:00 - Learning through metaphor 46:28 - Diagrammatic representations vs math 48:40 - Is science too statistics-focussed?  59:35 - Is statistics sufficiently science-focussed?  1:08:40 - Scientific Debate   #statistics #datascience #science 

    Diggin' In The Digits
    Ep.173 - Contemporary Cool, Vol. 8

    Diggin' In The Digits

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 77:21


    In Volume 8 of Contemporary Cool: We look at the works of Rico Nasty, Megan Thee Stallion, Curren$y & The Alchemist and Kojey Radical.TIMESTAMPS:Weekly Music Roundup - (0:53) (Ben = Bold / Charlie = Italics) Beyoncé - RENAISSANCE Wiz Khalifa - Multiverse Lava La Rue - Hi-Fidelity Joe Armon-Jones & Mala - A Way Back Jazz Spastiks - Intomental Nasty - (12:22)Tina Snow - (30:58)Covert Coup - (41:46)Reason to Smile - (55:14)Lighter Note - (1:10:30)Thanks for listening. Below are the Social accounts for all parties involved. Be sure to let us know that you're supporting us!Music - "Pizza And Video Games" by Bonus Points (Thanks to Chillhop Music for the right to use)HHBTN (Twitter & IG) - @HipHopNumbers5E (Twitter & IG) - @The5thElementUK5E Community DiscordChillHop (Twitter) - @ChillhopdotcomBonus Points (Twitter) - @BonusPoints92Other Podcasts Under The 5EPN:"What's Good?" W/ Charlie TaylorIn Search of SauceBlack Women Watch...5EPN RadioThe Beauty Of Independence

    Casual Heresy
    RE Statistics Part I

    Casual Heresy

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 31:06


    We discuss the ups and downs of parish religious education with our friend John.

    Crosstalk America
    COVID Update

    Crosstalk America

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 53:00


    Individuals like President Biden insisted that if you're fully vaccinated and boosted you can't get COVID. He followed that plan yet tested positive. Why- --Dr. Deborah Birx, former White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator, said recently that she wasn't surprised that those who were fully vaccinated and boosted are getting COVID.--Statistics coming forth from the UK indicate that those fully vaccinated accounted for more than 90- of the deaths attributed to COVID-19. Why is this happening- --Returning to Crosstalk to offer some answers was Twila Brase. Twila is president and co-founder of Citizens' Council for Health Freedom. Twila is a registered nurse, a certified public health nurse, and author of the eight-time award-winning book, Big Brother in the Exam Room- The Dangerous Truth About Electronic Health Records. She's the speaker on the daily Health Freedom Minute heard on stations across the nation.--Twila noted that if you talk to specialists, they say everyone will get COVID. It's just a matter of which variant you'll get. So what about the president who was fully vaccinated and boosted- He got COVID anyway and was given Paxlovid. That drug is known for its rebound effect. The president was declared free and clear after five days but Twila wasn't so certain. She felt he would rebound and he did. So it's not a case where he's contracted a new case of COVID. She believes it never completely cleared his system in the first place.--It's always an information-packed hour when Twila joins the program and this edition of Crosstalk was no exception.

    The BreakPoint Podcast
    No Civilization Without Restraint: Wise Words From 1939

    The BreakPoint Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 5:41 Very Popular


    It is not normal or healthy for a culture to talk about sex this much. From Pride month to education to companies telegraphing their commitments to inclusion and diversity, to just about every commercial, movie, or TV show produced today, sexual identity is treated as if it is central to human identity, human purpose, and human happiness. And this vision of life and the world is especially force-fed to children, who are essentially subjects of our social experimentations.  If the energy spent talking about sex is disproportionate, it's important to know there were some who saw this coming. The best example is Oxford sociologist J.D. Unwin. In 1939, Unwin published a landmark book summarizing his research. Sex and Culture was a look at 80 tribes and six historical civilizations over the course of five millennia, through the lens of a single question: Does a culture's ideas of sexual liberation predict its success or collapse?   Unwin's findings were overwhelming:  Just as societies have advanced [and] then faded away into a state of general decrepitude, so in each of them has marriage first previously changed from a temporary affair based on mutual consent to a lifelong association of one man with one woman, and then turned back to a loose union or to polygamy.   What's more, Unwin concluded,   The whole of human history does not contain a single instance of a group becoming civilized unless it has been absolutely monogamous, nor is there any example of a group retaining its culture after it has adopted less rigorous customs.  Unwin saw a pattern behind societies that unraveled. If three consecutive generations abandoned sexual restraint built around the protections of marriage and fidelity, they collapsed.   Simply put, sexuality is essential for survival. However, sexuality is such a powerful force, it must be controlled or else it can destroy a future rather than secure it. Wrongly ordered sexuality is devastating for both individuals and entire societies.  Unwin's conclusions can be boiled down to a single issue. Are people living for the future, with the ability to delay gratification, or are they focusing only on the here and now? When a culture fails to restrain its sexual instincts, people think less about securing the future and instead compromise the stability, productivity, and the well-being of the next generation in the pursuit of sexual pleasure.   Unwin claims that he had no moral or ideological axe to grind in this research. “I make no opinion about rightness or wrongness,” he wrote. But his work is nevertheless profound, as are his conclusions, which we seem to be living out in real time.   According to Pew Research, almost 90% of children lived with two married parents in 1960. By 2008 that number had dropped to just 64%. Over the same period, the percentage of kids born to unmarried women rose from 5% to 41%. There is really no question of how this impacts children. Studies show that teens from single-parent or blended families are 300% more likely to need psychological assistance, twice as likely to drop out of high school, and more likely to commit suicide. They end up with less college education and lower-paying jobs than their parents and are more likely to get divorced themselves.   This is not because children from non-traditional homes have less potential or less value. Nor do stable two-parent families guarantee outcomes for children. Statistics do not determine the future of an individual, but they can identify the future of a society. On a civilizational level, the future is a matter of math.   The early days of the sexual revolution reframed the morality of sexual behavior, but today it's gone further, undermining the already fragile identity in the rising generation, fraying it in the various directions of the ever-growing acronym of sexual identities. Anywhere from 1 in 5 to nearly 40% of young people identify as LGBTQ today. Or, in the case of one junior high class in the Northeast I heard of recently, “all of them do.”  Christian faithfulness in this cultural moment must involve the protection of children and a commitment to the future of society. At the very least, that means speaking up, especially when it is unpopular to do so. Along the way, we will have to reject the “inevitability thesis,” the notion that all is lost and that things will only get worse so nothing we do matters. With courage and unconditional love for our neighbor, we continue to speak the truth.   And we will need to remind ourselves and each other of something that should be obvious but is not: The ideas and behavior of the late sexual revolution are not normal. Nor is our fascination and focus on sexuality as the central defining factor in human existence and value.   Human sexuality is not some arbitrary construct like a speed limit. It is as much a part of the fabric of life as gravity. We may deny that, but we will not avoid the pain of hitting the ground if we do.  

    Impact Pricing
    3 False Myths About Pricing Debunked with Colin Jasper

    Impact Pricing

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 26:36


    Colin Jasper has a Bachelor of Science in Statistics. He's been in consulting since 1997 and is currently a Principal at Positive Pricing in Melbourne, Australia. Colin is a competitive bridge player, and was a speaker at the Professional Pricing Society (PPS) this year. In this episode, Colin debunks three pricing myths and explains why these are the complete opposite of what people should be doing in pricing.   Why you have to check out today's podcast: Discover three common myths people practice when doing pricing Understand why these false myths and are the complete opposites of what people should be doing in pricing Find out why we shouldn't compete on price and not behave like a commodity   “Let's not behave like a commodity. Let's avoid competing on price.” – Colin Jasper   Topics Covered: 01:29 – How Colin got into pricing 02:31 – Creating huge impact on companies through pricing 03:31 – Billable hours in professional services firms: Perspectives of clients and firms 07:32 – Fixed $500/month vs. hourly fee for bookkeeping 09:31 – Good, better, best in fixed fee vs. hourly + the ultimate purpose of hourly rates 13:02 – Dealing with the uncertainty of projects 14:37 – Competitor pricing as a pricing myth 16:17 – “Aspire to be the most expensive and not be scared of that” 18:04 – Myth: Losing on price means their pricing strategy is wrong 20:26 – Colin's pricing advice 23:13 – Pricing table topics: “Value-based pricing is never perfect. You can't read your customers' mind.”   Key Takeaways: “From a client perspective, if a client doesn't want hourly rates, that's fine. They've got that. However, from a firm perspective, I think if the firm is going to be client-oriented, they should give the client the fee structure that they want.” – Colin Jasper “If your firm is going to put their interests ahead of yours, then you're probably working with the wrong firm in the first place. Because again, if the firm is putting their interests ahead of yours, they don't particularly care. I think the client ultimately chooses fee structure. It's our job to give them the fee structure they want, provided the fee level is high enough.” – Colin Jasper “Ultimately, when I come to what I think is we're trying to achieve with pricing, it's coming up with a price that we regard as fair to the firm but is also fair to the client. And I think there are times where the best way to achieve that is through hourly rates.” – Colin Jasper “If you honestly aim to be the best firm in the market, your price has to send that message. You should aspire to be the most expensive and not be scared of that. You should own it.” – Colin Jasper “If you never lose work based on price, your pricing strategy is flawed. If you never lose work based on price, you're leaving money on the table.” – Colin Jasper   People / Resources Mentioned: Positive Pricing: https://positivepricing.com/ Ron Baker: https://www.verasage.com/ronald-j-baker/   Connect with Colin Jasper: Website: https://positivepricing.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/colin-jasper-7a401213/   Connect with Mark Stiving:  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stiving/ Email: mark@impactpricing.com  

    UCL Minds
    Controlled Backfill in Oncology Dose-finding Patients

    UCL Minds

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 18:16


    In this podcast we speak with Dr Hakim-Moulay Dehbi, who is currently Head of Statistics at the Comprehensive Clinical Trials Unit at UCL, about his last paper on controlled backfill in oncology dose-finding patients. He tells us about the motivation for this work, and importantly how the interests of patients with cancer need to taken into account in dose-finding designs. Date of episode recording: 2022-04-2 Duration: 00:18:16 Language of episode: English Presenter:Nathan Green Guests: Hakim-Moulay Dehbi Producer: Nathan Green

    High Theory
    Birthdays

    High Theory

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 21:54


    We return after our four-month relaunch with an episode on Birthdays, variously interpreted. The reason? It's the second birthday of High Theory Podcast! (And it's also the shared birthday of its two hosts). Joining us are our brilliant collaborators, Julia and Nathan. The four of us talk about our birthdays, what they actually celebrate, their relationship with the stars, and what they have to do with the fetish for newness and the good and the bad of that relationship. Help us ring in a new year of High Theory Podcast with the messy conversation we were born for! Júlia Irion Martins is a doctoral candidate in Comparative Literature and Digital Studies at the University of Michigan. She writes about posts: post-feminism, post-internet, post-truth, and posting itself. Despite studying the online, Júlia has not paid for wifi since 2019. Nathan Kim is in his final semester at Yale College, where is double majoring in Statistics & Data Science as well as Ethnicity, Race, & Migration. When not fretting about how to least confusingly declare he studies what may appear as five majors, he also enjoys Korean R&B, the Nintendo Switch game "Hades," and messing around with his home server. He is an active member of the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project. Kim Adams is an ACLS Emerging Voices Fellow at Stanford University. She writes about medicine, race, and technology in American culture, from the Civil War to the Civil Rights era. She also grows her own garlic, drives inordinate distances at very late hours, and is contemplating how to best sell out. Maybe founding a biotech startup? She co-hosts the podcast High Theory and is a founding member of the Humanities Podcast Network. Saronik Bosu is a doctoral candidate in the NYU English Department. He is writing his dissertation on economic thought and literary rhetoric, and co-organizing the Postcolonial Anthropocene Research Network. His work in public humanities entails this podcast, co-organizing the Humanities Podcast Network, and the 2022-23 NYU Public Humanities Fellowship. He also procrastinates. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Sharp & Benning
    August 1 Seg 4 Bill Russell's placement in the Greatest of All Time List

    Sharp & Benning

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 10:19


    New Books Network
    Birthdays

    New Books Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 21:54


    We return after our four-month relaunch with an episode on Birthdays, variously interpreted. The reason? It's the second birthday of High Theory Podcast! (And it's also the shared birthday of its two hosts). Joining us are our brilliant collaborators, Julia and Nathan. The four of us talk about our birthdays, what they actually celebrate, their relationship with the stars, and what they have to do with the fetish for newness and the good and the bad of that relationship. Help us ring in a new year of High Theory Podcast with the messy conversation we were born for! Júlia Irion Martins is a doctoral candidate in Comparative Literature and Digital Studies at the University of Michigan. She writes about posts: post-feminism, post-internet, post-truth, and posting itself. Despite studying the online, Júlia has not paid for wifi since 2019. Nathan Kim is in his final semester at Yale College, where is double majoring in Statistics & Data Science as well as Ethnicity, Race, & Migration. When not fretting about how to least confusingly declare he studies what may appear as five majors, he also enjoys Korean R&B, the Nintendo Switch game "Hades," and messing around with his home server. He is an active member of the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project. Kim Adams is an ACLS Emerging Voices Fellow at Stanford University. She writes about medicine, race, and technology in American culture, from the Civil War to the Civil Rights era. She also grows her own garlic, drives inordinate distances at very late hours, and is contemplating how to best sell out. Maybe founding a biotech startup? She co-hosts the podcast High Theory and is a founding member of the Humanities Podcast Network. Saronik Bosu is a doctoral candidate in the NYU English Department. He is writing his dissertation on economic thought and literary rhetoric, and co-organizing the Postcolonial Anthropocene Research Network. His work in public humanities entails this podcast, co-organizing the Humanities Podcast Network, and the 2022-23 NYU Public Humanities Fellowship. He also procrastinates. 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

    Crosstalk America from VCY America

    Individuals like President Biden insisted that if you're fully vaccinated and boosted you can't get COVID. He followed that plan yet tested positive. Why- --Dr. Deborah Birx, former White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator, said recently that she wasn't surprised that those who were fully vaccinated and boosted are getting COVID.--Statistics coming forth from the UK indicate that those fully vaccinated accounted for more than 90- of the deaths attributed to COVID-19. Why is this happening- --Returning to Crosstalk to offer some answers was Twila Brase. Twila is president and co-founder of Citizens' Council for Health Freedom. Twila is a registered nurse, a certified public health nurse, and author of the eight-time award-winning book, Big Brother in the Exam Room- The Dangerous Truth About Electronic Health Records. She's the speaker on the daily Health Freedom Minute heard on stations across the nation.--Twila noted that if you talk to specialists, they say everyone will get COVID. It's just a matter of which variant you'll get. So what about the president who was fully vaccinated and boosted- He got COVID anyway and was given Paxlovid. That drug is known for its rebound effect. The president was declared free and clear after five days but Twila wasn't so certain. She felt he would rebound and he did. So it's not a case where he's contracted a new case of COVID. She believes it never completely cleared his system in the first place.--It's always an information-packed hour when Twila joins the program and this edition of Crosstalk was no exception.

    Tipping Pitches
    Five For Five For Five

    Tipping Pitches

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 62:18


    This week, Bobby and Alex commemorate the fifth anniversary of the show by each making five predictions about the next five years of baseball. Lots of fives! Thanks to everyone for making it all possible. Links: Sign up for the Tipping Pitches Patreon Songs featured in this episode: Noah and the Whale — “Five Years Time” • Booker T & the M.G.'s — "Green Onions" --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

    That Black Couple Podcast
    #ThatBlackCouple Ep 39: Black Daddy Issues

    That Black Couple Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 27:47


    In the first segment, Jenn and Daren discuss how Kendrick Lamar's "Family Time" exposes the complexities of "daddy issues". In the second segment, Daren lays out the stats around fatherhood and single motherhood in America, and Jenn makes it plain how imperative it is that children seek therapy to deal with their daddy issues and that we focus on the particular issues single mothers and daughters face. In the third segment, Jenn and Daren reflect on how the alignment of Juneteenth and Father's Day brought about difficult conversations about freedom and liberation in light of how many daddy issues stem from the institution of slavery. Reference Material: * The Extent of Fatherlessness - https://fathers.com/statistics-and-research/the-extent-of-fatherlessness/ * Single Mother Statistics - https://singlemotherguide.com/single-mother-statistics/ * Census Bureau: Higher Percentage of Black Children Live with Single Mothers - https://afro.com/census-bureau-higher-percentage-black-children-live-single-mothers/ * 20 Statistics on Fatherless Homes and the Importance of Dads - https://moderngentlemen.net/statistics-on-fatherless-homes/ * 12 facts faced by kids who grow up with daddy issues - https://outvoices.us/amp/12-facts-faced-by-kids-who-grow-up-with-daddy-issues-and-how-to-avoid-them-2655397465 * Is There Real Psychology Behind Daddy Issues? - https://www.verywellmind.com/is-there-real-psychology-behind-daddy-issues-5190477 www.ThatBlackCouple.com FB: www.facebook.com/ThatBlackCouple Twitter: www.twitter.com/ThatBlkCouple Instagram: www.instagram.com/thatblkcouple Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/that-black-couple-podcast/id1284072220?mt=2 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2M7GIQlWxG05gGq0bpBwma?si=xSkjzK0BRJW51rjyl3DWvw&nd=1 Stitcher: www.stitcher.com/podcast/that-black-couple SoundCloud: @thatblackcouple Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zb3VuZGNsb3VkLmNvbS91c2Vycy9zb3VuZGNsb3VkOnVzZXJzOjI3NjAxMTM3MC9zb3VuZHMucnNz Email: ThatBLKCouple@gmail.com Podcast Summary: This is an accidentally funny podcast about the realities of Blackness and adult life. We do “adult” differently. We are That Black Couple. Our goal is to create a space for Black millennials to discuss and embody adult life on their own terms. We aren't beholden to “traditional” gender or parenting roles, queerness is fluid and present in the ways we show up in our relationships and in the world, and we want to build community with other 30-something Black folx who are trying to figure this ish out.

    Stand to Reason Weekly Podcast
    Statistics Show LGBTQ Lifestyles Are Harmful

    Stand to Reason Weekly Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 58:00


    Greg discusses the fact that even though our culture glorifies LGBTQ lifestyles, the statistics show these lifestyles are actually harmful to people, then he answers a question about the timeline for end-time events.   Topics: Commentary: Statistics show LGBTQ lifestyles are harmful. (09:00) You've convinced me about the rapture being post-trib, but what is the timeline for the rest of the end-time events? (41:00) Mentioned on the Show:  Thinking About God: First Steps in Philosophy by Greg Ganssle Reasonable Faith by William Lane Craig Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview by J.P. Moreland and William Lane Craig STR Outposts info Straight & Narrow? Compassion & Clarity in the Homosexuality Debate by Thomas Schmidt The Rap on the Rapture by Greg Koukl

    Harvard Data Science Review Podcast
    Differential Privacy for the 2020 U.S. Census: Can We make Data Both Private and Useful? (Part 1)

    Harvard Data Science Review Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 30:58


    While most Americans have heard of the U.S. Census and understand that it is designed to count every resident in the United States every 10 years, many may not realize that the Census's role goes far beyond the allocation of seats in Congress.  For this episode, we invited the three co-editors of Harvard Data Science Review's special issue on the U.S. Census to help us explore what the Census is, what it's used for, and how the data it collects should remain both private and useful.   Our guests are: Erica Groshen, former Commissioner of Labor Statistics and Head of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Ruobin Gong, Assistant Professor of Statistics at Rutgers University Salil Vadhan, Professor of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics at Harvard University  

    The Data Strategy Show
    Episode 15: 66 Questions Data Leaders Unplugged: Itoro Liney

    The Data Strategy Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 57:33


    Itoro is an absolute star and I loved our conversation and learning about Itoro and her journey to data and data science. Her journsy has been an amazing one to where she is now. She started out as an engineer and through her curiosity embarked on changing her career and getting into data and specifically becoming a data scientist! She currently works at the Principality Building Society and leads a team of data scientists and data analysts. When she's not doing her day job she's also doing a PhD at Kings and carries out research on such topics as Ethical AI, Machine Learning Fairness, Machine Bias and Explainable AI! Engineering, Statistics and Computer science. As a Stem Ambassador Itoro is deeply passionate about empowering women in STEM Please do like, share, comment and I hope you enjoy listening to Itoro. Behind every data leader there is a person and here is Itoro unplugged.

    The tastytrade network
    The Trader's Instinct - July 28, 2022

    The tastytrade network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 34:50


    Anton joins Liz and explains how the St. Petersburg Paradox directly relates to trading. Statistics are just the starting point for trading.

    The tastytrade network
    The Trader's Instinct - July 28, 2022

    The tastytrade network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 35:40


    Anton joins Liz and explains how the St. Petersburg Paradox directly relates to trading. Statistics are just the starting point for trading.