My Linkedin and Website: https://www.linkedin.com/in/youngblood23/ https://www.youngbloodedpodcast.com/ Cale's Giveaways: FREE Facebook Group for Gym Owners: https://www.facebook.com/groups/highticketfitnesssales FREE $1M Course for Gym Owners: https://www.facebook.com/groups/highticketfitnesssales Cale Owens now is the CEO of Gym Launch and Prestige labs. He started as a sales rep in Alex and Leila's early beginnings. He found actual value in them and what they offered. Cale started working for Alex and Leila in 2018 and was promoted to CEO of both companies by 2021. Mr. Owen has a sharp sense of knowing what he is doing wrong and how to fix the process so he can operate with efficiency and success every day. Alex Leila and Cale now all work together through the web of companies that they have created and grown. Cale Owen's personal story of wanting to be a baseball player and switching very rapidly to a new role and continually pivoting without remorse or regret until he discovered the position he is in today. He also worked extra hours and with more effort than almost every other employee to show value to each company. Cale's Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pcowen7/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/caleowen/?hl=en TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@caleowen?lang=en Gym Launch's Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZOQI7xpdJ9da0sb1E
After stroking our egos as The Nerdiest Film Photography Podcast, the guys and I double down the nerd level to "Ludicrous Speed" and take a deep dive into expired films and home development tips and tricks. With us this week are two guys that have a whole history of shooting expired films and home developing, first Adam Paul, owner and proprietor of the Classic Film Shop which has in stock over 30 different types of expired films from easy to find things like expired Kodak Tri-X to obscure nitrate films from the 1940s. Adam is a big proponent of cold stand development in which black and white developers like HC-110 are developed in "refrigerator cold" temps for long periods of time to help preserve the details of significantly aged films. His experience both with expired films and home developing is amazing. Along with him is Alex Luyckx from the blog of the same name and the Classic Camera Revival Podcast. Alex does some of the best expired film reviews, often developing these films in 3-4 different developers to show the strengths of each. In addition to shooting obscure films, Alex also sometimes uses obscure developers that can't easily be found anymore. As if that's not enough, Robert Shanebrook makes a triumphant return to keep us all in line with the facts about these old films. Robert may not do much home developing anymore, but his knowledge of old Kodak films cannot be matched by anyone. Joining our three experts are returning callers Mark Faulkner, Howard Sandler, Miles Libak, Andrew Smith, and Alex Dietrich and first time callers Mike Litwin and from the All Through a Lens podcast, Vania Francesca. As always, the topics we discuss on the Camerosity Podcast are decided by you. The guys and I rarely know where each episode is going to go until it happens, so if you'd like to join us on a future episode, be sure to look out for our show announcements on our Camerosity Podcast Facebook page, and right here on mikeeckman.com. We record every other Monday and announcements, along with the Zoom link are typically shared 2-3 days in advance. So stay tuned, and if you'd like to ask us a question or give us some topics to discuss, look for our show announcement for Episode 34, which we will record on Sunday, October 9th! This Week's Episode Mike Was Wrong about ECN-2 Development / Removing the Remjet / Cinestill ECN Kits Kodak Tech Pan / POTA Developer is a Replacement for Technidol / Agitation Changes Contrast Mike is Shooting Tech Pan in a Praktica VLC2, The Successor to the Exakta RTL 1000 Adam Paul Reopens His Classic Film Etsy Store / Standard Development vs Cold Stand / Bromide Drag Legacy Pro L110 is an Excellent Substitute for HC-110 / History of HC-110 Paul Has the Manual for D-61, E-82, DK-60A and a Whole Bunch of Old Processes / Paul is Not a Hipster! Ektapan and CPS/CPL Color Films / Tricks for Developing Old C-22, C-41, and E-4 Film Alex Reviews Kodak Plus-X Aerecon II / Adox XT-3 Developer / D-76 Will Always Give a Good Baseline H&W Control / High Definition Aerial Film 3404 or 3414 Was Used in Satellites and Came in 30 Mile Lengths Adam's Strange Films / 35mm Photographic Paper / Yellow Pink and Green Film What is a Safe Expired Film for People to Try / Kodak Plus-X and Pan-X / 35mm is Safer than 120 Because of Backing Paper Problems with Roll Film Backing Paper / Challenges of Tape and 220 / East German Films Typically Do Not Survive Well The One Stop Overexposure Per Decade Rule is Hogwash / Kodak Ektar 25 Wasn't Very Good Early 120 Backing Paper Had a Grinding Process Called Skiving That Changed the Thickness Near the Edges / Other Changes to Backing Paper Environmental Safety Concerns Developing Film / Do You Wear Gloves While Developing? Ansel Adams Had His Organs Tested for Selenium Poisoning From Film Development Lightning Round: What Is Your Favorite Expired Film to Shoot With? Vania's Tips For Getting into Expired Film / Shooting Manatees with a Rolleimarin Mike Litwin's Yamato Mini-Electro 35 / Cameras That Chew Up Film / KMZ Leningrad / All Miranda SLRs / Kodak 35 Paul Gets More Contax Stuff / Contax T / Early Contax Bodies are Rear Lens Caps for Contax Lenses Zeiss-Ikon Contessa 35 / Repairing the Kodak 35 / Theo Buys a Leica D-Lux 3 Ektachrome E-Dupe Slide Duplicating Film Show Notes If you would like to offer feedback or contact us with questions or ideas for future episodes, please contact us in the Comments Section below, our Camerosity Facebook Group or Instagram page, or email us at email@example.com. 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Jonathan Goldhill is a masterful business coach and personal strategist specializing in guiding next-generation leaders of family businesses to scale up their business as they take control over the leadership and ownership of the family business. Jonathan left New York for California at age 20 after his family's large, privately-held men's apparel manufacturing company—started by his great-grandfather—sold to a conglomerate in its third generation of family ownership. Within ten years, Jonathan had established himself as the go-to expert for entrepreneurs looking to find their version of freedom. Today, Jonathan brings thirty years of experience to his clients advising, coaching, consulting, training, and guiding entrepreneurial and family businesses. He has a podcast called The Disruptive Successor and a book by the same name. In his book, he outlines a framework that small businesses can use to scale up their businesses. He focuses on family businesses because he has a lot of experience and success in that area. The podcast was an opportunity for him to extend his brand beyond just the book. Most small businesses, especially family businesses, are so busy just managing the day-to-day that they don't focus on building their brand. But Jonathan sees the value in that and is helping his clients do just that. In this episode, you will learn the following: What it takes to be a successful family business coach and consultant How Jonathan Goldhill's experience with his family's business led him to start the Goldhill Group What the Seven P Playbook is and how it can help businesses You can reach Jonathan on LinkedIn, check out his Book and Podcast as well as his Business. Remarkable Quote: “I've always worked in companies that had someone who banged down the doors. They were a high influencing, high dominating kind of maybe a sales or entrepreneurial leader. And I was always the number two guy behind them.” Sponsor Today's episode is sponsored by: Picked Cherries' social podcasting app is the destination for the best podcast listening experience for all listeners. Download the app for FREE on Google Play and the App Store. Share podcasts like never before with Picked Cherries. Learn more at PickedCherries.com. Find Us Online! Website: iamJulietHahn.com Instagram: @iamjuliethahn Twitter: @iamjuliethahn LinkedIn: Juliet Hahn FB: @iamjuliethahn Fireside: Juliet Hahn Clubhouse: @iamjuliethahn YouTube: Juliet Hahn
Amid tussle over Gehlot's likely successor, loyalist MLAs submit resignations,Centre set to revamp Aarogya Setu, CoWIN,Amid frequent attacks on BJP, RSS premises in Tamil Nadu, cops warn of NSA and other top news in this bulletin.
We welcome our first pseudonymous guest to the clubhouse to discuss what it's like making a game to carry the banner (and serve the community) of a previous title. Designing a Spiritual Successor Game DesignGamingProductionSanctuary Shattered Sun: Real Time StrategySupreme Commander - WikipediaInterview With Special Bread! - Sanctuary, YouTubePac-Man Championship Edition is an electrifying reinvention of a classic and fi… - Richard Stanton, GamesRadarChris Taylor lets us know what he thinks about Sanctuary - Sanctuary, YouTubeDmitry Samartsev, aka Special BreadGuest
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Albania reports additional cyberattacks from Iran over the weekend. RaidForums has a new successor. A look at threat actor reconnaissance in the contemporary Internet. Kinetic strikes hit Ukraine's infrastructure. Rick Howard calculates risk with classic mathematical theorems. Tim Eades from Cyber Mentor Fund on the dynamic nature of the attack surface. And a look into the cyber phase of the hybrid war. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/175 Selected reading. Albania blames Iran for second cyberattack since July (CNN) Treasury Sanctions Iranian Ministry of Intelligence and Minister for Malign Cyber Activities (US Department of the Treasury) Iran strongly condemns US sanctions over Albania hacking (Al Arabiya) Six months into Breached: The legacy of RaidForums? (KELA) 2022 State of the Internet Report (Censys) Ukraine hails snowballing offensive, blames Russia for blackouts (Reuters) Ukraine says Russia is retaliating by hitting critical infrastructure, causing blackouts. (New York Times) Last reactor at Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant stopped (Associated Press) Ukraine Warns Russian Cyber Onslaught Is Coming (Voice of America) Montenegro wrestles with massive cyberattack, Russia blamed (ABC News) CyberCube: Russia's Sovereign Internet Creates Security Risks With Implications for Cyber (Re)Insurance While War in Ukraine Develops (Associated Press)
This week, your group will be studying Unit 13, Session 3: Elijah's Successor. The post Weekly Leader Training for Adults: Unit 13, Session 3—Elijah's Successor appeared first on The Gospel Project.
Welcome to the audio podcast of Valley Family Church in Kalamazoo, Michigan led by Pastors Jeff and Beth Jones. We pray you'll be encouraged as you listen to this podcast. For more information on Valley Family Church, visit valleyfamilychurch.org.
Anote Tong, the former President of Kiribati, says the people of his country are finding the current political unrest very distasteful. He is talking to SBS's Lucy Murray in this exclusive interview
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For months, there have been rumours out of the Vatican that Pope Francis is getting ready to retire. So there's interest around the Pope has naming 20 new cardinals, who will one day choose his successor. They're also the most diverse group ever appointed.
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Heyyyy, Successors! This week's episode is about the real life experiences of living with someone that's clinically depressed or anxious. Learn how to navigate such spaces, and support those you love, even if you don't live with them. Don't forget to follow us on Instagram @success_beyond_depressed and engage with us there or email us at email@example.com
Aaron Paul is joined by EFL legend Jobi McAnuff and Port Vale left-back Mal Benning to talk all things Football League. The guys discuss Stoke's decision to sack Michael O'Neill after just one win in their opening five Championship games and who could replace him. Ipswich midfielder Lee Evans gives us some insight into what former Manchester United coach Kieran McKenna is like to play for. And Crewe manager Alex Morris tells us whether it was awkward to take over from his friend and colleague David Artell after he was sacked last season.
Challenges that arise inside of the financial world can be complex. For example, what is the difference between a trustee and a successor trustee or executor? What are the job duties for all the positions inside your Legacy Plan? On Your Retirement Playbook, we will discuss various job duties and responsibilities. Call now to schedule your complimentary Next Steps meeting at 800-928-4001 or learn more at www.yourlifeafterwork.com. Connect with Financial Enhancement Group: Visit our Facebook page at www.Facebook.com/FinancialEnhancementGroup Join our Facebook Group at www.yourlifeafterwork.com/FinancialTidbits Visit our website at www.yourlifeafterwork.com We would love to answer your questions on air! Give us a call at 800-928-4001 or send them to TalkToFEG@yourlifeafterwork.com
Choosing and Preparing Your SuccessorThis week's guest featured Heather Parbst, Director of Owner Transition Services with CliftonLarsonAllen. Heather has worked with family businesses in transition for several years and prior to that work was an entrepreneur with her own set of ownership issues. She's also educated in counseling and psychology, becoming an adviser and consultant that people can turn to for holistic help during the process of ownership transition. Heather says that owners should take a "windshield vs rear view mirror approach" to choosing and grooming a successor. Looking forward at where the company is going (or where you want it to go) can tell a great deal about the kind of leadership required to get there. Sometimes it's hard to assess what kind of traits and skills the next leader will need. As an owner, your role has likely changed a lot over the years, and you grew along with it! Asking yourself questions like "how has my job changed since I first started the company?" can be helpful ways to recall how your position and responsibilities evolved over time, which will help get into the mindset of choosing and grooming the next generation of leadership.One thing Heather talked about that seems to be a common issue with owners on the transition path is refusing to leave when it's time. So much of our identity as owners is tied up in the business; many owners ask "who am I without my business?" and are met with a blank canvas in their minds about what that could look like. When an owner and a successor are preparing for the transition, it's important to first identify the needs of the organization (currently and in the future based on growth strategy). Build the transition plan around those goals and needs, and then groom a successor whose skills and traits are a good match for the challenge. Too many times we tend to mold a position for the person, when it should be the other way around. For more of Heather's wisdom and insight listen to the episode!Find Heather Parbst here and find Julie hereThank you to this month's sponsor! Sunbelt Business Advisors and John A Knutson & Co, PLLP, JAK + Co Upcoming events and programs:BTR programhttps://keyestrategies.mykajabi.com/ks-landing-1Owner's Forum Registration | October 6https://exit-planning-institute.org/events/event/epi-twin-cities-metro-area-october-2022-chapter-event/Business Transition Readiness Workshop | October 19https://www.eventbrite.com/e/business-transition-readiness-tickets-404152690577
Hey, Successors! This espoused we discuss what sustainability looks for us, we want to know how it looks like for you? Let us know what sustains you by following us on Instagram and engaging with us! @success_beyond_depressed. To hear topics in the future, let us know by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
00:00:00 - Intro & News00:01:48 - More Serious Kotaku Report About Sexual Harrassment00:12:07 - Wave Race 6400:20:14 - Should Nintendo _____?00:46:40 - The Time Zach Heard About the Time Miyamoto Met Kayne00:55:44 - What We're Playing & Outro
We posed the question to our community: Nintendo should… what? And after a difficult narrowing down process, we picked some of the best and people have ideas. This week Kat, Seth and Peer are joined by fan-favorite Zach Ryan, so you're not actually listening to an old episode by accident. Completely intentional guest appearance. 00:00:00 - Intro & News 00:01:48 - Serious Kotaku Report About Sexual Harassment 00:12:07 - Wave Race 64 00:20:14 - Should Nintendo _____? 00:46:40 - The Time Zach Heard About the Time Miyamoto Met Kayne 00:55:44 - What We're Playing & Outro
In this episode of Talk About Games, Mike Matei and Ryan talk about Mobile Suit Gundam: Extreme Vs. Maxiboost ON and Sin & Punishment: Star Successor! Thanks for watching Talk About Games, where Mike Matei and Ryan each bring a game to the table and talk about them every Friday! They'll cover everything from retro classics to indie titles to modern new releases. It's a discussion about video games by lifelong fans.
So I got to see Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero and here is my spoiler free and Spoiler review of the movie. Did Super Hero live up to the hype? Is it on par with Resurrection F and Broly? I'll give you my thoughts. Also I give my thoughts on the upcoming game, Gotham Knights. I let you know why I feel like this game is low-key catfishing us. And Last but not least Is Hogwarts Legacy Going To Be The Sleeper Game of 2022?In the last topic I give my most anticipated games for the remainder of year(2022). Saints Row, Person Five, Cult of the Lambs and more. All this and More on this Episode of the ProNerd Report Podcast!
Danny and Derek welcome Kevin Klyman, researcher at Harvard University’s Belfer Center, to discuss science, technology, and US imperialism. The discussion covers vaccine diplomacy/colonialism, digital democracy and authoritarianism, the role of Big Tech, the Declaration for the Future of the Internet, the Chips and Science Act, and more.Check out Kevin’s (Twitter handle @kevin_klyman) work discussed in the episode:“Biden's Campaign for ‘Digital Democracy’ is Really a Giveaway to Big Tech” (Jacobin)“Biden's Successor to TPP is a Boon for Big Tech (The American Prospect)“Vaccine Apartheid has Reinforced US Empire” (Jacobin)“High-Tech Pandemic Solutions Don't Save Lives. They Just Boost Profits (Jacobin) This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.americanprestigepod.com/subscribe
Evergreen is the big brother to Photosynthesis which takes mechanisms from that game and surrounds it with a richer gameplay experience from the same designer. 0:00 - Introduction 1:33 - Overview 10:23 - Final Thoughts 16:27 - Sax Serenade The Game Boy Geek Helps You “Find & Enjoy the Next Board Game You'll Love” with new content at least every other day. Meet up on these Web & social media platforms: Website - www.GameBoyGeek.com Facebook - http://www.Facebook.com/TheGameBoyGeek Twitter - http://www.Twitter.com/TheGameBoyGeek Instagram - http://www.Instagram.com/TheGameBoyGeek Podcast - RSS - http://gameboygeek.podbean.com/feed/ Podcast iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/game-boy-geek-hi-quality-hi/id1042741475
Hey, Successors! This week's episode dives a bit deep into how we can be productive AND self-compassionate during depressive episodes and/or anxiety stricken times/days. How do you stay productive? What are your struggles? Let us know by following us on Instagram @success_beyond_depressed. Enjoy!
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Many of our Solo Ager clients ask if I'll serve as their successor (not primary) executor. The short answer is yes. We discuss why solo agers ask for successor executors. Planning to be a future Solo Ager They may not be Solo Agers at the moment, but they are planning for when they will could become a Solo Ager. It's smart: planning two steps ahead. Married, no kids Mrs. M and her husband named each other as their executors in their wills, which is common. At some point, one of them will die first. The husband named his brother as his successor executor (in case Mrs. M predeceases him). Mrs. M doesn't have siblings or other close family members. She doesn't want her brother-in-law acting as her executor if her husband predeceases. Mrs. M needed a successor executor of her choosing. That is why she reached out to our office, and we are happy to work with her. Girlfriend, no kids, wants to disinherit Mr. C named his girlfriend as his executor, since he wants to disinherit his family members and leave everything to his girlfriend. He is also disinheriting his nieces and nephews (next-of-kin). If his girlfriend predeceases him, Mr. C is leaving his estate to charity. If his girlfriend predeceases him, Mr. C needs someone like a professional executor to handle everything, since there is no one else. Also, since Mr. C is disinheriting family, a professional executor is a good choice. Along those lines, even if his girlfriend is alive, she may not want to accept her role of executor. She probably won't want to deal with a messy contest and engage in a court battle with the heirs. The girlfriend has the option to decline and let a professional executor to step-in to handle the mess. She will still get the inheritance check at the end, but she wouldn't have to deal with the heirs. Mr. C set up the will to give her options: she can serve as executor if she's ok with the situation, or she can let the professional executor take over. Sometimes we get calls asking us to act as successor executors, and we are happy to help. If you want to learn more about Solo Ager situations, click the link below for a free copy of my book, “The Solo Ager Estate Plan.” Free copy of "The Solo Ager Estate Plan" Complete this form to receive your complimentary copy of Anthony's Amazon best-seller, “The Solo Ager Estate Plan”
On Monday, President Biden announced that the United States had killed Ayman al-Zawahri in a drone strike in Afghanistan. Al-Zawahri was the leader of Al Qaeda. A long time number two to Osama bin Laden and the intellectual spine of the terrorist group, he assumed power after bin Laden was killed by U.S. in 2011. Who was al-Zawahri, and what does his death mean for Afghanistan's relationship with the United States and for the threat of global terrorism? Guest: Eric Schmitt, a senior correspondent covering national security for The New York Times.Want more from The Daily? For one big idea on the news each week from our team, subscribe to our newsletter. Background reading: The drone strike that killed al-Zawahri, a key plotter of the 9/11 attacks, capped a 21-year manhunt. Killed at 71, al-Zawahri led a life of secrecy and violence. For more information on today's episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday.
On today's Watchman Newscast, host Erick Stakelbeck breaks down the immediate fallout from the U.S. elimination of one of the world's most-wanted terrorists, Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri. Is Afghanistan, where al-Zawahiri was taken out, set to become a terror hub once again under Taliban rule? Also, reports suggest the heir to the al-Qaeda throne may now be the man who oversaw the notorious 1993 “Black Hawk Down” operation that left 19 U.S. soldiers dead. Who is Saif al-Adel and why could Iran hold the key to the potential rise of the next leader of al-Qaeda? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Novo and Buck discuss two albums by "split-personality-musician" Beck, focusing on spiritual successors (or perhaps twins) - Sea Change and Morning Phase - detailing each of their songs, the change in his usual sound, and why these were ultimately not departures from his discography, but inevitable explorations. This episode is brought to you by the novel "The Entropy Sessions" - a tale of loss, love, and madness, and our past, present, and future relationships with technology - you can find it in paperback on Amazon, as an ebook, and as an audiobook on Audible. Our gems are sponsored by Zencastr - our go-to tool to record our podcast with multiple guests remotely. With Zencastr, you can record separate audio and video tracks, and it's all backed up on a secured cloud so you never lose your hard work. It's reliable, easy to use, and there's nothing to download. So go to zen.ai/artofthebeholder or use promo code: artofthebeholder, and get 30% off your first three months with a PRO account. Thank you for listening, and if you'd like to further support us, please consider leaving a donation. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/artofthebeholder/support
The story of Boris Nemtsov, Russia's prominent opposition politician assassinated in 2015, is deeply intertwined with pivotal moments of contemporary Russian history. It is also strikingly relevant today, as the world grapples with Vladimir Putin's disastrous war in Ukraine and Russia's dramatic loss of freedom. In Part 2 of our conversation with journalist Mikhail Fishman, we discuss Nemtsov's relationship with Putin, the roots of Putin's obsession with Ukraine, and Nemtsov's legacy. Find more information and show notes here: https://www.wilsoncenter.org/audio/successor-story-boris-nemtsov-and-country-where-he-didnt-become-president-part-2
Alexander the Great's untimely death at Babylon in 323 BC triggered an unprecedented crisis across his continent-spanning empire.Within a couple of days, the very chamber in which he died witnessed a gore-soaked showdown between his previously united commanders and soldiers. Within a fortnight, Babylon saw the first siege of the post-Alexander age.In this special explainer episode to mark the anniversary of Alexander's death, Tristan brings to life the imperial implosion that was the immediate aftermath of the Macedonian king's death - a subject he knows one or two things about, seeing as he's written a book on it!Tristan's book The Perdiccas Years, 323-320 BC (Alexander's Successors at War) is available on Amazon here.This episode was produced by Elena Guthrie and mixed by Aidan Lonergan. It contains translations of contemporary speeches by JC Yardsley & music from Epidemic Sound.If you'd like to learn more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad-free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe today! To download the History Hit app please go to the Android or Apple store.Further Reading - Primary Sources Arrian Events After Alexander 1.1–1.9A.Curtius 10.5–10.10.Diodorus Siculus 18.1–18.6.Justin 13.1–13.4.Plutarch Life of Eumenes 3.Secondary Sources Anson, E. (1992), ‘Craterus and the Prostasia', Classical Philology 87 (1), 38–43.Anson, E. (2015), Eumenes of Cardia, Leiden, 58–77.Bosworth, A. B. (2002), The Legacy of Alexander: Politics, Warfare, and Propaganda under the Successors, New York, 29–63.Errington, R. M. (1970), ‘From Babylon to Triparadeisos: 323–320 bc', The Journal of Hellenic Studies 90, 49–59.Meeus, A. (2008), ‘The Power Struggle of the Diadochoi in Babylon, 323bc', Ancient Society 38, 39–82.Meeus, A. (2009), ‘Some Institutional Problems concerning the Succession to Alexander the Great: “Prostasia” and Chiliarchy', Historia 58 (3), 287–310.Mitchell, L. (2007), ‘Born to Rule? Succession in the Argead Royal House', in W. Heckel., L. Tritle and P. Wheatley (eds.), Alexander's Empire: Formulation to Decay, California, 61–74.Worthington, I. (2016), Ptolemy I: King and Pharaoh of Egypt, New York, 71–86 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.