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Today's episode is sponsored by PaleovalleyMake sure to support this podcast and head over to Paleovalley.com/CATG and use code CATG to get 15% off your first order.Thank you for supporting this podcast.EPISODE SUMMARYIn this episode, Laura and Judy talk about the trend of Ozempic, a GLP-1 weight loss drug. EPISODE NOTESGlucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1 agonist)The way Ozempic (Semaglutide) worksMetformin for weight lossRisks of Ozempic useHyperinsulinemiaAcid reflux and gastroparesisEmpathyJennifer Aniston saladObese kids The demise of our childrenThe best way is through Laura and Judy's shares RESOURCES: Metformin and Weight Loss2021 Once-Weekly Semaglutide in Adults with Overweight or Obesity Study Effects of once-weekly semaglutide vs once-daily canagliflozin on body composition in type 2 diabetes: a substudy of the SUSTAIN 8 randomized controlled clinical trial Jennifer Aniston saladNwJ Ep 216. – Dave Feldman (Cholesterol) SPONSORS: Paleovalley: use Code CATG at https://paleovalley.com/promos/catg for 15% off your order!_____ LAURA'S RESOURCES: Laura's LocalsLaura's Discount Codes & InterviewsLaura's AmazonLaura's YouTubeLaura's InstagramJUDY'S RESOURCES:Judy's Book, Carnivore CureFree #Carnivore75Hard ProgramNutrition with Judy ArticlesNutrition with Judy ResourcesJudy's InstagramNutrition with Judy PodcastJudy's YouTubeJudy's Facebook_____ DISCLAIMER: This podcast should never be considered medical advice. We always recommend working with your medical team. Do not self-diagnose. Always seek medical guidance when you have a medical condition.Head over to paleovalley.com/catg and get 15% off your first order. Promo code CATG
Hello to you listening in Sparta, New Jersey!Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is Stories From Women Who Walk with 60 Seconds for Time Out Tuesday and your host, Diane Wyzga.“Aerodynamically the bumblebee shouldn't be able to fly but the bumblebee doesn't know that so it goes on flying anyway.” [Mark Kay Ash]How often do we get caught up in our ego, our expectations of what we can or can't do based on the next fellow or gal's accomplishments. The next fellow or gal doesn't matter.To keep me on an even keel and headed toward my own horizon I find grace and courage in these words from M.F.K. Fisher because when I pay attention I know they are true:"I am more modest now, but I still think that one of the pleasantest of all emotions is to know that I, I with my brain and my hands, have nourished my beloved few, that I have concocted a stew or a story, a rarity or a plain dish, to sustain them truly against the hungers of the world." [M.F.K. Fisher] You're invited: “Come for the stories - stay for the magic!” Speaking of magic, I hope you'll subscribe, follow, share a 5-star rating and nice review on your social media or podcast channel of choice, and join us next time! Remember to stop by the website, check out the Services, arrange a Discovery Call, and Opt In to stay current with Diane and Quarter Moon Story Arts and on LinkedIn. Stories From Women Who Walk Production TeamPodcaster: Diane F Wyzga & Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Mer's Waltz from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicAll content and image © 2019 to Present: for credit & attribution Quarter Moon Story Arts
When you want something or when you want to do something: it happens in steps. And you need to work on the steps frequently. And you need to do it at a frequency that you can sustain for a period of time until you get what you want or do the thing you want to do. So that begs the question: what can I sustain? What can you sustain? I think we have this ideal frequency: "I want to do 'x' one hour a day." But what happens if we can only do it 10 mins a day? Or 15 mins a day? More often than not: we do zero because we can't do it the ideal hour that we want to do. But it's better to sustain doing something for 10-15 minutes a day or even 5 minutes a day than never doing it because you can't devote as much time as we'd like. That and some other thoughts on this 56th episode of the Dani Flo Podcast. I sincerely hope you enjoy it! Lastly, please: like, subscribe, and share the episode with your besties and your fam bam (or anyone you know it could help). JMJ, Dani If you're curious: https://linktr.ee/daniflopodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dani-flo/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dani-flo/support
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Vancouver mod rock outfit Star Collector are back with a new album, Attack, Sustain, Decay, Repeat. Lead singer Vic Wayne joins me to talk about the album. What do Katrina and the Waves have to do with the band's latest album? How do joy, sex, murder and aging play into it? What's it like to be an old mod? Can you even be an old mod? Listen in and find out. Be sure to check out all six of Star Collector's albums over on their bandcamp page. As always find a complete track list and all the important links to all the important stuff over on the modcast homepage at http://www.mistersuave.com/2023/03/modcast-533-rocking-with-star-collector.html. And keep up with me between modcasts: Twitter Facebook Instagram Spotify iHeart Radio Subscribe with iTunes Mr. Suave's Mod Mod World. Mod friendly music mixes since 2006.
The Talent Angle with Scott Engler
HR has proven its strategic value through the past few years of disruption, but now faces the challenge of driving organizations forward under heightened expectations. Gartner's chief of HR research Peter Aykens returns to the Talent Angle to offer guidance as organizations continue to face economic volatility, tight labor markets and other competing priorities. Peter shares why sustaining employee performance, improving managers' impact and evolving the HR function will be imperative for HR leaders in the year ahead. He offers a sneak peek of the emerging themes and insights from Gartner's research teams and offers advice for HR leaders looking to make an impact in 2023. Peter Aykens is the chief of research for Gartner's HR practice. He is responsible for building and leading research teams within the practice to address clients' key initiatives. Before his current role, he spent over 25 years at Gartner leading research teams focused on banking and financial services strategy, producing numerous studies that addressed business strategy, channels, marketing, customer experience and product challenges. He holds a bachelor's degree in political science from St. Olaf College; a master's degree in international politics from Aberystwyth University (formerly known as the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth); and a master's degree and a doctorate in political science from Brown University. Jessica Knight is a Vice President of Research in the Gartner HR practice. She leads research teams to identify best practices and new opportunities to address HR executives' most urgent challenges. Her areas of focus include employee experience, organizational culture, change management, and the future of work.
Today's conversation is discussing 6 ways to improve work productivity and sustainability in a company. Do you ever feel like some tasks are too difficult for you to finish? Or a group project is not successfully done? Dave and Carly deep dive into the business model Working Genius, an assessment test that analyzes your strength and weakness in projects. Working Genius is used by companies to enhance teamwork. Dave and Carly share their experience implementing the productivity test in their businesses and how it will change forprofits and nonprofits in the future. Today's topics: Working genius 6 types: Wonder, Invention, Discernment, Galvanizing, Enablement, and Tenacity. Dave and Carly's experience using Working Genius. How the process works. Benefits of the program. We hope you enjoy! To learn more about Working Genius check out Patric Lencioni podcast here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-working-genius-podcast-with-patrick-lencioni/id1553105854 Or check out Working Genius website and assessment test: https://www.workinggenius.com/ https://www.fivebehaviors.com/Partnership/Become-A-Partner-LP.aspx?utm_id=go_cmp-17374076304_adg-145767963828_ad-611411603278_kwd-298003499469_dev-c_ext-_prd-_mca-_sig-CjwKCAiAxvGfBhB-EiwAMPakqgPxE2eJVZqdXcZtFs_BlY43FBVEVKxmxBpv1B4tl4enBKC2ejQjARoCMAYQAvD_BwE&utm_source=google&gclid=CjwKCAiAxvGfBhB-EiwAMPakqgPxE2eJVZqdXcZtFs_BlY43FBVEVKxmxBpv1B4tl4enBKC2ejQjARoCMAYQAvD_BwE We hope you enjoy the episode! Season Two of the Purpose & Profit Podcast is brought to you by: NextAfter NextAfter is an online fundraising research lab decoding what works in fundraising and creating free resources from their library of 4,600+ online fundraising experiments. You can learn more at www.nextafter.com. Masterworks Masterworks is a full-service marketing and fundraising agency dedicated to helping you achieve your mission. Learn more about Masterworks at www.masterworks.agency. Imago Consulting Imago Consulting is an advisory firm that helps businesses and nonprofits create growth by accelerating sustainable innovation. You can find out more at www.imago.consulting. Special thanks to editor and sound engineer Barry R. Hill and producer Jenna Owens.
The practice of Christian Meditation helps us live with the peace of Christ. Relax to music that helps you focus on God. God promises to hold you up. Meditate on Psalm 55:22. Find peace and rest during this guided meditation for mind and body with deep breathing, prayer, and scripture. Use these meditations as a bible study in the morning to center yourself on the truth in God's word. For more Bible meditations, download the Abide app: https://abide.co/awesomeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Guest Joel Wasserman Panelists Richard Littauer | Justin Dorfman Show Notes Hello and welcome to Sustain! The podcast where we talk about sustaining open source for the long haul. Our guest today has been on this podcast before, and we are super excited to have him back on. Joining us is Joel Wasserman, co-founder and Founder of Flossbank and Software Engineer at Google. Today, we'll find out what happened to Flossbank and what's happening next as Joel tells the story of how the idea of Flossbank came about, and the challenges and lessons he's learned along the way. He goes in-depth about the need for funding, the ginormous difference between an open source author and an open source maintainer, and diversity in open source. Download this episode now to hear more! [00:01:23] What is Flossbank? [00:05:59] Onboarding can be difficult, and Joel fills us in on some lessons he's learned. [00:09:53] Richard brings up a point of finding the right person, and wonders what issues Joel had was because he was the middleman or something else, and if it's hard to find money for any project in open source. Joel mentions Nadia Eghbal's book as the best book he's ever read on the open source ecosystem. [00:12:58] Justin talks about a blog post Joel wrote last June on “The Flossbank Attempt,” where he made a comment “don't hesitate to reach out,” and he tells us what other projects are actively asking him for advice. [00:15:20] We hear what Joel thinks of the benefits of GitHub sponsors and Open Collective are in comparison to his and why they're able to garner some money, and his thoughts on that part of the ecosystem. [00:18:26] Joel tells us if there will be any sort of government grants going down the dependency tree and if he's thought about that kind of money coming into the system and if there are benefits. [00:22:26] We hear what Joel thinks about the idea the maybe Flossbank was never going to work because there's isn't as much altruism in the world from companies and that he's asking for something that's impossible. [00:29:38] Joel talks about payment mechanisms and something cool they did with Flossbank, working with a company called Coil that uses Interledger. [00:32:13] Joel details his realistic and optimistic view on people wanting to invest in open source and getting money off it, and about diversity in open source. [00:38:50] Find out where you can follow Joel on the web. Quotes [00:05:04] “What we didn't know and what we quickly found out is that a lot of companies want to have a relationship with the maintainer they are donating to.” [00:06:21] “Small companies, startups, are acutely aware of the open source they rely on.” [00:18:53] “People just take it for granted and they say, “Well, why should I fund it if the next person isn't funding it?” [00:22:48] “There's a ginormous rarely spoken difference between an open source author and an open source maintainer. An author chooses to put that license up. An author has given no promise to working on this, to securing it toward making sure that other companies get what they want, bug fixes, future maintenance, making sure their dependencies, no guarantees.” [00:24:00] “Open source maintainers are what I'm advocating to get paid and open source maintainers are the ones who are keeping code up to date, making sure it's secure, making sure the dependencies are up to date, making sure the dependencies are secure, those people are putting in work.” [00:28:09] “Maintainership is work. It's a triage of bugs, a triage of feature requests, it's actual improvements to a package, it's a long-term commitment, it's a dramatically different persona and role than author.” [00:32:26] “You should be giving to your entire open source dependency tree because you don't know what you depend on, or you don't know what maintainer needs that money to do their work, to keep their package secured, to keep their package up to date until it breaks.” Spotlight [00:39:01] Joel's spotlight is Nadia Eghbal's book, Working in Public: The Making and Maintenance of Open Source Software. [00:40:01] Justin's spotlight is the Open Technology Fund. [00:40:19] Richard's spotlight is the book, Sacred Economics: Money, Gift & Society in The Age of Transition by Charles Eisenstein. Links SustainOSS (https://sustainoss.org/) SustainOSS Twitter (https://twitter.com/SustainOSS?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor) SustainOSS Discourse (https://discourse.sustainoss.org/) firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com) Richard Littauer Twitter (https://twitter.com/richlitt?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor) Justin Dorfman Twitter (https://twitter.com/jdorfman?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor) Joel Wasserman Twitter (https://twitter.com/joel_wasserman_) Flossbank (https://flossbank.com/) Sustain Podcast-Episode 58: Joel Wasserman on Flossbank and Sustainability Giving Back to Dependencies (https://podcast.sustainoss.org/58) Feross-Introducing ‘funding' experiment (https://feross.org/npm-install-funding/) [Working in Public: The Making and Maintenance of Open Source Software by Nadia Eghbal](https://www.amazon.com/Working-Public-Making-Maintenance-Software/dp/0578675862/ref=sr11?crid=2KZZFJPGJ6QPN&keywords=nadia+eghbal&qid=1675632306&sprefix=nadia+eg%2Caps%2C118&sr=8-1) The Flossbank Attempt by Joel Wasserman (https://medium.com/@joelwass/the-flossbank-attempt-de9d8ecc1dcf) Sustain Podcast-Episode 148-Ali Nehzat of thanks.dev and OSS Funding (https://podcast.sustainoss.org/148) Sustain Podcast-Episode 152-Dudley Carr and Wes Carr on StackAid (https://podcast.sustainoss.org/152) thanks.dev (https://thanks.dev/home) Stackaid (https://www.stackaid.us/) Coil (https://coil.com/) Interledger Foundation (https://interledger.org/) Open Technology Fund (https://www.opentech.fund/news/open-technology-fund-announces-free-and-open-source-software-sustainability-fund/) Sacred Economics: Money, Gift & Society in The Age of Transition by Charles Eisenstein (https://sacred-economics.com/) Credits Produced by Richard Littauer (https://www.burntfen.com/) Edited by Paul M. Bahr at Peachtree Sound (https://www.peachtreesound.com/) Show notes by DeAnn Bahr Peachtree Sound (https://www.peachtreesound.com/) Special Guest: Joel Wasserman.
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Guest Paul Berschick Panelists Richard Littauer Show Notes Hello and welcome to Sustain! The podcast where we talk about sustaining open source for the long haul. Richard is very excited to have a repeat guest on today, and that is Paul Berschick. Paul is here to tell us a little bit about his conference, FOSS Backstage 2023, which is being held in Berlin, in-person and online, March 13-14. He gives us some important details about the event, from what's happening this year, some exciting speakers that will be there, and where you can register and sign up ASAP. Download this episode to get all the details and we hope to see you there! [00:00:53] What's happening at FOSS Backstage this year? [00:02:26] Paul tells us about some of the speakers that he's excited about having. [00:03:37] There's going to be podcasts rooms there and podcasts hosts, which of course Richard will be there. Will there be any more hosts joining in? [00:04:17] Find out how to register for FOSS Backstage, booking accommodations, traveling, and places to go online for more info. Links SustainOSS (https://sustainoss.org/) SustainOSS Twitter (https://twitter.com/SustainOSS?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor) SustainOSS Discourse (https://discourse.sustainoss.org/) firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com) Richard Littauer Twitter (https://twitter.com/richlitt?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor) Paul Berschick Twitter (https://twitter.com/thepb) FOSS Backstage 2023 (https://23.foss-backstage.de/) FOSS Backstage 2023 Twitter (https://twitter.com/fossbckstg?lang=en) FOSS Backstage 2023 Mastodon (https://floss.social/@FOSSBackstage) Sustain Podcast-Episode 120: FOSS Backstage 2022 with Rich Bowen & Paul Berschick (https://podcast.sustainoss.org/guests/berschick) Credits Produced by Richard Littauer (https://www.burntfen.com/) Edited by Paul M. Bahr at Peachtree Sound (https://www.peachtreesound.com/) Show notes by DeAnn Bahr Peachtree Sound (https://www.peachtreesound.com/) Special Guest: Paul Berschick.
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Sustainable Winegrowing with Vineyard Team
We hope that the previous Marketing Tips' strategies to build a strong brand and practices to maintain consumer trust have been helpful in planning or reviewing your branding strategy. But branding isn't something you can set and forget. Welcome to Marketing Tip Monday with SIP Certified. We know customers are looking for wines labeled as sustainable. While our longer-form episodes help you learn about the latest science and research for the wine industry, these twice-monthly micro podcasts will help you share your dedication to sustainable winegrowing so you can show your customers that you share their values. This week we'll go over ways you can manage the brand strategies you have already put in place. Ensure Consistency with a Style Guide Consistent imagery and language help to provide the voice and visual presence of your brand. A style guide is a document that provides guidelines for the ways in which you communicate through and about your brand. Style guides typically include your logo and any variations of it, your color palette, typography details, and design standards (think minimalist, modern, etc). Having all of this standardized and readily available for reference will help to give direction and provide cohesion for all of your visual communications. SIP Tip: check out our Style Guide! Bring in the Team It's important that your entire team is on the same page when it comes to branding efforts. Start your next team meeting with an overview of your branding strategy so that everyone is aware of your brand's communication style and messaging. And be open to their feedback! Every team member has a different experience when it comes to interacting with your brand. They can provide valuable insights into how the brand is being perceived, what efforts seem to be working, and which ones can use improvement. Continually Share Your Story Whether it's in the tasting room, on your website, in your sales calls, or in casual conversations, telling your brand's story in an open and authentic way is key to a consistent brand identity that people will recall and trust. Did you know that talking about your specific sustainability efforts can boost wine sales? In her recent research, Kathy Kelley Professor of Horticultural Marketing and Retail Business Management at Penn State University found that when brands shared stories about their sustainable practices and why they used them, consumers were willing to pay $1 - $4 more for a bottle of wine! Listen to her 22-minute interview with Craig Macmillan to learn more about her findings, and how you can experience these benefits. More SIP tips to come! Searches for sustainable goods have increased by 71% since 2016 making it more important than ever to share your message of sustainability. Continue to tell your customers how your brand protects the health of the people and the planet. It lets them know that by purchasing your wine they are supporting a brand that shares their values. Stay tuned for more ways to communicate your good work. Stay tuned for more Marketing Tip Mondays, where we will help you explore ways of incorporating your brand's sustainable practices into your messaging. Check out the show notes for links to our latest tips to help you build your brand strategy and to sign up for our biweekly Marketing Tips newsletter. Until next time, this is Sustainable Winegrowing with the Vineyard Team. References: **SIP Smart Training online course 161: Use Storytelling to Sell More Wine 3 Ways to Build a Strong Brand Did you know...? Do consumers trust your brand? Marketing Tips eNewsletter SIP Certified
Marshall Wade and Vitaliy Sobko, of Shepherd's Foundation and Camp Maximum, talk about how the faith of Ukrainians has remained strong and why in these moments the Church rediscovers their purpose. Social media expert Chris Martin outlines the positive movement of recent findings, to push social media platforms to be held more accountable for their actions. Click here for today's show notes Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here
Guest Yadira Sánchez Benítez Panelists Richard Littauer | Amanda Casari | Leslie Hawthorn Show Notes Hello and welcome to Sustain! The podcast where we talk about sustaining open source for the long haul. Today we have joining us, Yadira Sánchez Benítez, who's been on this podcast before, and we decided to bring her back since there's so much more we wanted to discuss with her. Yadira is a lecturer in Data Science in London at UAL. She's also a creative technologist, examining the role technology plays in our everyday lives and ecosystems, engaging, and actively dismantling the tech-violent pipelines reinforcing hegemonic structures and reimagining and co-creating spaces where technologies and art are pluriversal and liberatory, which we'll learn more about today. Also, Yadira tells us about her Fellowship with the Software Sustainability Institute, what open source means in community work, her work with other communities that have language barriers to get them more involved, and she talks about the importance of being aware of privileges we hold in different spaces. Download his episode now to learn more! [00:02:29] Yadira explains how she gets paid for what she does, how she got into that position, and her Fellowship with the Software Sustainability Institute. [00:05:36] We hear some examples of what hegemonic control of open source production is in the aspect of community work. Also, Yadira tells us a little bit about AlterMundi, based in Argentina, that's doing amazing work in the area of open source from a different perspective. [00:09:45] We find out if there's a way for people who want to learn more to get better engaged with what's coming out in these communities across Central and South America. [00:13:04] Leslie saw Yadira's really cool wearables and electronic art in her portfolio and wonders if she'll see her at a future Chaos Communications Congress Conference to show them off, and she tells us more about her creative work. [00:19:31] Amanda wonders what Yadira's experience has been working in statistical processes or data centered processes that are taken over by larger groups, and she shares her thoughts on how practitioners can work together to prevent this kind of weaponization. [00:24:26] Richard wonders how we can work with people who are in tech and don't have roots to indigenous areas, and what can we do in tech to help heal those wounds and accept that he's as legitimate a person as anyone else. [00:28:29] Yadira shares thoughts on how to easily help decolonize your open source projects or how to make it easier for people who don't have the privilege. [00:34:59] Find out where you can follow Yadira and her work on the web. Quotes [00:06:31] “We rely a lot in documentation and platforms to propagate the work that we do. However, when you work with communities that may not have fast internet or access to these platforms, that doesn't work.” [00:26:19] “We need to be more aware of the privileges we hold in different spaces and times.” [00:26:57] “How can I act in solidarity with people when I'm in a position of power or privilege?” [00:29:28] “It's very important to ask the question – open source for whom and for what?” Spotlight [00:36:46] Amanda's spotlight is an essay, Apache Appropriation by Natives in Tech. [00:37:13] Leslie's spotlight is the Outreachy program. [00:37:41] Richard's spotlights are the Middlebury Abenaki course and the Nulhegan Band of the Coosuk Abenaki Nation. [00:38:19] Yadira's spotlight is a talk on YouTube: Indigenous Futures: A Conversation with Yásnaya Elena Aguilar Gil-Twenty Summers 2022. Links SustainOSS (https://sustainoss.org/) SustainOSS Twitter (https://twitter.com/SustainOSS?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor) SustainOSS Discourse (https://discourse.sustainoss.org/) firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com) Richard Littauer Twitter (https://twitter.com/richlitt?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor) Amanda Casari Twitter (https://twitter.com/amcasari?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor) Leslie Hawthorn Twitter (https://twitter.com/lhawthorn) Yadira Sánchez Benítez Twitter (https://twitter.com/Yadira_Sz) Yadira Sánchez Benítez LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/yadira-sanchez/) Yadira Sánchez Benítez Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/descuartizadorahack/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y%3D) Yadira Sánchez Benítez Website (https://pueblerina.glitch.me/) Sustain Podcast-Episode 121: FOSS Backstage 2022 with Cornelius Schumacher, Yadira Sánchez Benítez, & Thomas Fricke (https://podcast.sustainoss.org/121) Software Sustainability Institute (https://www.software.ac.uk/) APC Association For Progressive Communication-AlterMundi (https://www.apc.org/en/member/altermundi) Chaos Computer Club (https://www.ccc.de/en/) Milpa (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milpa) Three Sisters (agriculture) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three_Sisters_(agriculture)) Apache Appropriation (https://blog.nativesintech.org/apache-appropriation/) Outreachy (https://www.outreachy.org/) Middlebury Language Schools-Abenaki (https://www.middlebury.edu/language-schools/languages/abenaki) Nulhegan Band of the Coosuk Abenaki Nation (https://abenakitribe.org/) Indigenous Futures: A Conversation with Yásnaya Elena Aguilar Gil-Twenty Summers 2022 (YouTube) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7VXbGmHG6X8) Credits Produced by Richard Littauer (https://www.burntfen.com/) Edited by Paul M. Bahr at Peachtree Sound (https://www.peachtreesound.com/) Show notes by DeAnn Bahr Peachtree Sound (https://www.peachtreesound.com/) Special Guest: Yadira Sánchez Benítez.
ESG Insider: A podcast from S&P Global
Last week, a few thousand sustainability professionals gathered for the annual GreenBiz conference hosted by GreenBiz Group. In this episode of the ESG Insider podcast, we're on the ground talking with panelists and attendees about the biggest challenges and opportunities facing the space — from regulation, disclosure requirements and supply chains to environmental justice, employee wellbeing and burnout. Many attendees expressed frustration and a general sense of being overwhelmed by the pace of change and the challenges facing the sustainability space. In the face of this uncertainty, the message from many panelists was: Whatever the topic, you have to start somewhere. We hear from Kentaro Kawamori, CEO of climate software firm Persefoni, who urges companies to avoid “analysis paralysis.” “You've just got to get started. And if you're searching for perfect, you're never going to find it,” Kentaro says. We talk to Deloitte's Kristen Sullivan and Evan Harvey, who led a three-hour, standing-room-only climate disclosure bootcamp at the conference to help companies understand how proposed rules from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission could impact them. “As we were wrapping up, we were trying to get a pulse on the audience in terms of... did this help you feel more prepared, this type of a session?” Kristen says. “The answer was ‘yes — and at the same time, I'm really scared.'” We also speak to Yinka Bode-George, CEO of environmental justice-focused nonprofit Sustain our Future Foundation. "People are getting the idea that environmental justice is not just this nice-to-have, it's actually a really central component of winning on the climate crisis and putting forward the most effective solutions," Yinka tells us. In the episode, we also sit down with Tim Mohin, the former CEO of international standards organization the Global Reporting Initiative, or GRI; Nasdaq Global Head of ESG Solutions Randall Hopkins; UPS Sustainability Director Stakeholder Engagement Elba Pareja-Gallagher; Zack Parisa, CEO of forest carbon marketplace the Natural Capital Exchange, or NCX; and Jared Connors from supply chain sustainability management company Assent. S&P Global Sustainable1 was a sponsor of the GreenBiz conference. Listen to our episode on the SEC's climate disclosure rule here: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/podcasts/unpacking-implications-of-the-sec-s-proposed-climate-disclosure-rule We'd love to hear from you. To give us feedback on this episode or share ideas for future episodes, please contact hosts Lindsey Hall (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Esther Whieldon (email@example.com). Photo source: Getty Images Copyright ©2023 by S&P Global DISCLAIMER By accessing this Podcast, I acknowledge that S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast. The information, opinions, and recommendations presented in this Podcast are for general information only and any reliance on the information provided in this Podcast is done at your own risk. This Podcast should not be considered professional advice. Unless specifically stated otherwise, S&P GLOBAL does not endorse, approve, recommend, or certify any information, product, process, service, or organization presented or mentioned in this Podcast, and information from this Podcast should not be referenced in any way to imply such approval or endorsement. The third party materials or content of any third party site referenced in this Podcast do not necessarily reflect the opinions, standards or policies of S&P GLOBAL. S&P GLOBAL assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this Podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. Moreover, S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty that this Podcast, or the server that makes it available, is free of viruses, worms, or other elements or codes that manifest contaminating or destructive properties. S&P GLOBAL EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST.
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Guest Clare Dillon Panelists Richard Littauer | Leslie Hawthorn | Justin Dorfman Show Notes Hello and welcome to Sustain! The podcast where we talk about sustaining open source for the long haul. Today, we are excited to have joining us Clare Dillon, who's the Executive Director of InnerSource Commons and works with the OSPO++ Network to support the establishment of University and Government Open Source Program Offices globally. In 2021, she Co-founded Open Ireland Network, which is a community of people talking about open source in Ireland. Our discussions today take us through how Clare got into open source and involved with InnerSource Commons, their relationship with the TODO Group, and the importance of the Japanese community in the InnerSource Commons. Also, since Clare Co-founded the Open Ireland Network, she fills us in on what it is, and gives an overview of the research and her findings from a report that was produced with the Irish government on, “Open Source and InnerSource Skills in Ireland: A Call for Action.” There is much more, so download this episode now! [00:02:07] Clare shares her background story of how she got into open source, how she joined an Irish company called Nearform, and meeting Danese Cooper, who introduced her to open source and the concept of InnerSource. [00:04:48] We hear how Clare got involved with InnerSource Commons with Danese Cooper. [00:06:47] When talking about InnerSource Commons, Clare goes in depth on how many people are active members, separate members, and since it's a 501(c)(3), how big the budget is. She also explains how InnerSource is more about the methods and practices. [00:11:31] Leslie wonders if Clare has found in her experience that organizations that come to InnerSource who may not have any experience with open source are more disposed to community engagement or doing co-development outside of the firewall after they get that experience with InnerSource. [00:16:11] Clare tells us her thoughts about the long-term implications for the health of the open source ecosystem. [00:19:11] On the InnerSource Commons website there is English and Japanese, and we find out how active it is for the people who speak Japanese into InnerSource. [00:21:01] We hear about the InnerSource Commons relationship to the TODO Group and Anna Jiménez, who's a community participant at InnerSource Commons as well. [00:22:34] Since Clare is the Co-founder of Open Ireland Network, she tells us what it is and gives an overview of the research and her findings from a skills report that was just produced with the Irish government. [00:28:07] We learn is there's any intent to support the skills agenda in Ireland with more open source work, and if the Irish government plans for economic development in Ireland if that's something that the Open Ireland Network is encouraging. [00:31:47] Clare shares some thoughts on the long-term implications of nationalistic approaches towards open source markets. [00:36:31] Find out where you can read the report and follow Clare on the web. Quotes [00:09:54] “Many of the original founders of InnerSource Commons were motivated by the idea of creating a whole new set of people who were able and willing to collaborate in the open source community so that they had that experience within their jobs, and therefore would be more likely and able to contribute either within their jobs or in their own private time to the open source community.” [00:26:54] “What was really fascinating to me was there was almost equal emphasis in the folks that responded to the survey about the non-technical skills. So where are the people in sales and marketing who understand this ecosystem? Where are the people in legal professions who understand the legal agreements necessary?” [00:29:33] “One of the most interesting areas that folks are now beginning to be aware of is that it's not just the technology that gives you a leapfrog in, but also market access.” [00:29:54] “When I was talking to some of the industry development agencies in Ireland, the idea that there are industry vertical foundations focusing on innovation in particular areas were a huge interest to them.” [00:34:32] “If you're enabling people to do open source in any nation, it enables collaboration across nations.” Spotlight [00:37:43] Justin's spotlight is Ghost. [00:37:57] Leslie's spotlight is to go check out the Digital Public Goods Charter that's been published. [00:38:38] Richard's spotlight is the National Portrait Gallery in Dublin. [00:39:06] Clare's spotlight is Sue Borchardt, who's a research artist and her amazing animation series she created on Cultural Evolution. Links SustainOSS (https://sustainoss.org/) SustainOSS Twitter (https://twitter.com/SustainOSS?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor) SustainOSS Discourse (https://discourse.sustainoss.org/) Richard Littauer Twitter (https://twitter.com/richlitt?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor) Leslie Hawthorn Twitter (https://twitter.com/lhawthorn?lang=en) Justin Dorfman Twitter (https://twitter.com/jdorfman?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor) Clare Dillon LinkedIn (https://ie.linkedin.com/in/claredillon) InnerSource Commons (https://innersourcecommons.org/) NearForm (https://www.nearform.com/) Sustain podcast-Episode 54: Danese Cooper on the History of Open Source, InnerSource, and What's Next (https://podcast.sustainoss.org/guests/danese) Sustain Podcast-Episode 132: Ana Jiménez Santamaria on OSPOs and the TODO Group (https://podcast.sustainoss.org/guests/santamaria) Open Ireland Network (https://www.openirelandnetwork.com/) Ghost (https://ghost.org/) Digital Public Goods Charter (https://www.dpgcharter.org/) National Gallery of Ireland (https://www.nationalgallery.ie/art-and-artists/national-portrait-collection) Sue Borchardt-Cultural Evolution Series (Vimeo) (https://vimeo.com/researchartist) Sue Borchardt Website (https://www.sueborchardt.com/sueBlog/) Credits Produced by Richard Littauer (https://www.burntfen.com/) Edited by Paul M. 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"Buna fi nagayaa hin dhabina" "May your house lack no coffee nor peace" "The coffee industry as we know it today is the direct result of the labor of enslaved Africans in Brazil." This episode was quite a speed run, but it was insightful nonetheless! Happy to sit down for a quick chat with the man himself, Bartholomew Jones of Cxffee Black. -- Don't forget to get connected on our social platforms! On all platforms, you will find brew guides and coffee resources, and learn more about what makes Sustain - Sustain. Check out the Website Follow us on Instagram Support us on Patreon Subscribe on YouTube
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Want to Learn More about Macros?!!! Join me in my MACROS 101 Mindshift Small Group Coaching..... I created this program so I could teach women in a fun, simple & effective way how to fuel their body for their goals and create food freedom in the process. I go live throughout the week in our private facebook group, as well as I share many visual graphics and content to teach you all about Macros, Tracking, How to do it for a long term approach, all about diet phasing & everything in between! Its the real deal and we overcome so much on the journey together as well! I go LIVE in the facebook group on topics such as -What are Macros & why macros vs calories -How to weigh, measure & track your food -Food Restrictions and why all food is on the table (there are no restrictions!) -How to dine out & go through the weekends, holidays and birthdays -Binge Eating -Diet Phasing; Deficit phase, Reverse phase, Maintenance phase and Surplus as we well as Intuitive Eating. -Hormones and how our menstrual cycles effect the scale and weight loss -How to overcome plateaus and feeling stuck -How to Reverse/Re-feed and add calories back in to heal your metabolism without gaining all the weight back. -Carb cycling and ways to slow down the adaption process. And many more amazing topics that are more then likely questions you have had in your own personal journey as well! In this group I will give you your custom macros and calories based on specific information I gather from you upon sign up. I go through and access and make tweaks and changes in our weekly 1:1 checkins to best help you reach your goals while fueling your metabolism and body well! NO FOOD RESTRICTIONS NO FOOD ELIMINATIONS ALL FOOD IS ON THE TABLE LADIES! It's simply about being accountable and working towards a goal! My clients never feel like they are on a diet in this group and continue on for long term success! To join my next Macros 101 Mindshift small group coaching program that starts new each month, sign up here: https://mybodybyjess.com/services/ols/products/4-week-small-group-nutrition-coaching If you haven't had a chance please subscribe to The Fit Fun Macro Mom Podcast & leave a written review. I am so thankful to read all the reviews and hear how this show impacts your life! Learn: www.mybodybyjess.com Connect: firstname.lastname@example.org IG: www.instagram.com/bodybyjess
LEBRON JAMES IS THE ALL TIME LEADING SCORER IN THE NBA & DID IT DURING BLACK HISTORY MONTH! Join us and reflect on LeBron and his accomplishments in the league. We also discussed: - NYC School Giving A Stereotype Black History Meal -Billboard Top 10 Rappers of All-Time -How To Sustain Success & More! THE FUNNIEST UNDERGROUND SHOW OUT THERE! Tune in weekly on Mon/Fri @10am as we provide Entertainment & Enlightenment, through thought provoking conversation and interviews with a comedic twist! Follow our host: @jefemilli @1yungaj__ @RomeoKojo & @waronwolves Follow us on TwitchTv: InsideWolvesTv - IG: @insidewolves - Twitter: @insidewolves1 - Subscribe On YouTube! Intro & Outro Beat Prod. By TAC 4 Beats
Guest Kailash Nadh Panelists Richard Littauer | Justin Dorfman Show Notes Hello and welcome to Sustain! The podcast where we talk about sustaining open source for the long haul. We're super excited to have as our guest today, Kailash Nadh. In 2020, he co-founded the FOSS United Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports the FOSS ecosystem in India, where he serves as director. He also has been the CTO of Zerodha, India's largest stock broking firm for the last decade. Today, our conversations with Kailash will take through the FOSS program at Zerodha, and he'll explain how they've grown to be one of the largest financial tech companies in India. He'll take us through the journey of starting the FOSS Foundation, Zerodha's funding for FOSS, and Kailash explains why people getting interested in open source is such a huge valuable concept and philosophy. Download this episode now to learn more! [00:02:20] Kailash tells us about the FOSS program at Zerodha and being a CTO. [00:06:46] There's a FOSS Pledge on the FOSS United website and Kailash explains who it's for and if anyone can sign it. [00:08:04] We learn about Zerodha's yearly budget to the FOSS Foundation. [00:10:36] A question comes up if there are any documents or resources Kailash has in place to help ensure that their interests at Zerodha don't erode away the native interests of any open source project. [00:13:04] Kailash tells us about paperd.ink. [00:15:04] Justin is curious to know if every part of the product is open source or if there's some type of proprietary in there and what their focus is for the funds. [00:16:01] Dwayne O'Brien's name comes up with the FOSS Contributor Fund, and if Kailash has ever talked to him. [00:17:32] Since it's hard to find people to fund right now, Richard wonders what the intake process is for Kailash to get new contributors and maintainers. [00:18:26] Does Zerodha have Community Managers or social media people to help out the foundation? [00:20:27] We hear about the different conferences in India. [00:23:58] Kailash explains what the people were interested in hearing about at the FOSS focused events and how enticing it is for people to go to them. [00:28:41] We hear Kailash's views on what he thinks about people getting interested in open source, and he tells us about the social development sector. [00:34:23] A questions comes up if there are any resources people could reach out to if they are in the NGO sector, or social sector. where they can learn what FOSS tools are best for them. [00:36:15] Find out where you can follow Kailash and his work online. Quotes [00:04:00] “We have close to zero SaaS subscriptions even as a really large enterprise.” [00:04:20] “FOSS really is why Zerodha exists today in the form it does.” [00:04:31] “We've grown to be one of the largest financial tech companies in India all on the back of FOSS.” [00:06:32] “Building everything community first, first principles, is really key.” [00:08:50] “At Zerodha, we've set aside one million dollars a year minimum to fund FOSS.” [00:20:29] “The conference a few months ago was IndiaFOSS, then a conference that happened in Kochi they named KochiFOSS, then DelhiFOSS, and there's an upcoming one MumbaiFOSS, which has a nice ring to it. This evolved organically with people in Kochi because they really wanted to call it KochiFOSS to identify with the city.” [00:32:50] “FOSS is the answer to the massive systematic risk that is the lack of technical capacity in the most dire of needs.” Spotlight [00:37:13] Justin's spotlight is a project he's been working on with his co-worker Camden called, conc: better structured concurrency for go. [00:38:04] Richard's spotlight is Ben Acker. [00:39:06] Kailash's spotlight is Matt's FormMail and Planet Source Code. Links SustainOSS (https://sustainoss.org/) SustainOSS Twitter (https://twitter.com/SustainOSS?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor) SustainOSS Discourse (https://discourse.sustainoss.org/) email@example.com (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org) Richard Littauer Twitter (https://twitter.com/richlitt?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor) Justin Dorfman Twitter (https://twitter.com/jdorfman?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor) Kailash Nadh LinkedIn (https://in.linkedin.com/in/kailashnadh) Kailash Nadh Website (https://nadh.in/) FOSS United (https://fossunited.org/) FOSS Pledge (https://fossunited.org/foss-pledge) Zerodha (https://zerodha.com/) paperd.ink (https://paperd.ink/) IndiaFOSS (https://indiafoss.net/) KochiFOSS (https://indiafoss.net/Kochi/2022) DelhiFOSS (https://indiafoss.net/delhi/2022) conc-GitHub (https://github.com/sourcegraph/conc/) Ben Acker GitHub (https://github.com/nvcexploder) Matts Script Archive-FormMail (http://www.scriptarchive.com/formmail.html) Planet Source Code (https://www.sourcecodester.com/weblink/planet-source-code.html) Credits Produced by Richard Littauer (https://www.burntfen.com/) Edited by Paul M. 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How do you sustain a career in a business that forgets you the minute you've walked out the door? Writer Michael Anthony Snowden's career took off in 1977 working with one of the biggest names in comedy, Richard Pryor. After that he wrote for the Wayans brothers on everything from In Living Color to White Chicks. So why does he still feel like every day is still a hustle to work, and what does he do to keep jobs flowing? We'll find out that more on this episode of The Working Director. Follow Michael on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@lordsnowden Michael on IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0811360/ (Episode 37) Hosted by Director/Producer Jenn Page. To join our private FB group for directors, or to learn about The Working Director accelerator that helps emerging filmmakers become working directors faster, visit TheWorkingDirector.Pro. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkingdirector/message
In this episode of the Thoughtful Entrepreneur, your host Josh Elledge speaks with the Founder, CEO and Business Advisor of Revampologist, LLC, Kareen Zahr Walsh.Kareen emphasizes that change is necessary to achieve different outcomes, particularly in business. She notes that leaders often have to navigate various dynamics when it comes to change and must be comfortable with change to effectively lead their teams through it and achieve the desired results. This highlights the importance of having a mindset that embraces change rather than resisting it to succeed in today's fast-paced business environment.Kareen works with her clients to help them achieve their desired results by providing them with strategies and toolkits. These tools are designed to help her clients navigate the change they need to make to reach their goals. She also works for teaching her clients how to be comfortable with change, and how to accommodate it. By providing her clients with both the practical tools they need to make change happen and the mindset they need to be comfortable with it, Kareen helps her clients achieve their desired outcomes. This approach helps clients understand how to implement change sustainably, making it more likely for them to have long-term success.Key points from the Episode:What does Revampologist do?Understanding why people fear changeEmbracing change with preparedness and agility toolkitInsights on Kareen Walsh help entrepreneurs embrace changeIntrospections on how leaders can grow and be ready for changeAbout Kareen Zahr Walsh: Kareen is the CEO and Head Strategist of Revampologist – A Strategic Growth consulting and coaching practice that helps thought leaders build 7-8 figure businesses with ease. She has 17+ years of experience coaching C-Suite executives to help them up-level their leadership stance, conceive and implement business growth strategies, and lead initiatives that result in high quality customer experience.Kareen Walsh has mastered integrating her heart of service, her healer training, and her business savvy to assist entrepreneurs and C-suite leaders of any industry align what they love with what they do every single day. Kareen believes income can always be earned, but fulfillment is what each of us should strive to attain. Kareen can disarm you with undivided attention and help you quickly jump into action after one short interaction. You are going to want to hear how Kareen shares her clarifying and actionable methods for growth in her book, Lead with Value, How Leaders Unleash Their Vision, Empower Their Team, and Evolve Their Business, because you will love how her relatable, practical practice will help you lead. She is also the author of the self-development book: Be A Badass, Six Tools to Up-Level Your Life. About Revampologist: Strategic Consulting, Advisement and Augmented Staffing Services are geared toward businesses aiming to optimize and scale their operations. They are brought in to assist executives in determining the skills required to help them achieve their corporate objectives. They assist c-suite leaders in matching who they want to become with the growth of their business through their leadership development and executive coaching programs.They begin each encounter with a brief examination and suggest how they may best assist you. Fintech, Health and Wellness Companies, Digital Marketing Agencies, Staffing Services, and Executive Advisory and Coaching are among their specialties.Links Mentioned in this Episode:Want to learn more? Check out the...
In this week's ACC Now Podcast, staff writers Chip Alexander and Andrew Carter, two Raleigh natives who together have seen more than 50 years of NC State basketball, discuss the state of the Pack. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Have you ever felt like you just weren't "enough" as a teacher? You may be experiencing imposter syndrome, which is defined as a set of inadequacies that linger in the face of achievement. It is difficult for "imposters" to feel successful or have outside validation of their competence because they are constantly doubt themselves and feel like "a fraud." Yes, unfortunately, imposter syndrome is a real thing, but there are things we can do to stomp it to the curb. Truthfully, we all - myself included - struggle with this at some point in our journey. Therefore, even though your own imposter syndromes may manifest in a variety of ways, in order to find a way to your boundless success, we must tackle it head-on. In today's episode, we're doing just that.Here's a list of questions that may indicate that you're dealing with imposter syndrome:Are you certified in middle school but want to step into a different grade level?Are you a first year teacher and want to try something new or innovative but scared of what veterans will think?Are you wanting to step into a leadership role?Are you ready to retire but still feel like you could bring something vital to the education table?Do you feel unfulfilled in your current role but afraid to step into a new role for fear you may fail? Or not be "good enough?"If you answered yes to any of the above or if you relate to any of the above, you might be dealing with imposter syndrome. In this episode, I'm going to lay out the action steps you need to kick imposter syndrome to the curb. Before I do, I'm going to share with you my recent imposter infiltration and remind you that you are not alone.HEAD TO THE SHOWNOTES: teachingmindbodyandsoul.com/episode38
The Media Project is an inside look at media coverage of current events with WAMC's CEO Alan Chartock, former Times Union Editor and current Upstate American, Substack columnist Rex Smith, former Associate Editor of the Times Union Mike Spain, and Barbara Lombardo is the former Editor of the Saratogian and a Journalism Professor at the University at Albany. On this week's Media Project, Alan, Barbara, Rex, and Mike talk about how to sustain local news in communities where it is difficult, media coverage of the arrest footage of Tyre Nichols, and much more. https://www.wamc.org/show/the-media-project/2023-02-05/the-media-project-1653-alan-barbara-rex-mike
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Elizabeth Keen and her husband Al have been farming at Indian Line Farm in Great Barrington, MA for over 25 years. After taking a sabbatical in 2016, they had the realization that after 10-15 years “just running the farm” it was time that some things needed to change to make the farm more sustainable in their next phase of life. The upgrades to the farm included the purchase of a delivery van, a 30'x96' hoop house, and replacing the 6-wire high tensile electric fence with an 8' fence to keep the deer out. Additionally, Elizabeth decided it was time to make some improvements to the post-harvest area on the farm. This podcast gives a tour of the barn upgrades and the conversation is mostly led by my colleague Chris Callahan of the University of Vermont Extension. This story is also shared as a full postharvest case study on our blog. So if you want to see photos or a video from this visit make sure to visit https://go.uvm.edu/indianline.Support the showVisit the website to see photos/videos from the visit: https://thefarmersshare.comFollow the show on Facebook and Instagram: @thefarmersshareSubscribe to the YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@thefarmersshare
This week Martin takes us through the 5s philosophy and shows us how to use it to organize our life and improve our ability to improve. With his vast background knowledge of operations he does a great job at adjusting the steps of Sort, Straighten, Shine, Standardize and Sustain so that they are beautifully applicable…
Marose comes from a family of inspirational women and she will definitely inspire you with her outlook on life and how she has made the most of opportunities that have presented themselves to her. Marose shares with us how her outside activities are actually a way to improve her knowledge and network in her chosen area of arbitration. If you enjoyed this episode and it inspired you in some way, we'd love to hear about it and know your biggest takeaway. Head over to Apple Podcasts to leave a review and we'd love it if you would leave us a message here! In this episode you'll hear: How Marose was first inspired by her own mother studying law and running for office Why Marose chose Japan to do postgraduate study How she was able to help orchestrate an internship at the law firm she would then work at Improving yourself outside of legal study, taking part in volunteer activities as a way to learn Her favourite podcast and other fun facts About Marose Marose is a Counsel at Oh-Ebashi LPC & Partners and is a registered foreign lawyer licensed in both the Philippines and the State of New York. Marose joined Oh-Ebashi in 2008 after briefly working at the Graduate School of Law of Kyushu University, where she completed her LL.M. in International Economic and Business Law in 2007. Prior to studying at Kyushu University, for almost six years until 2006, she worked at Picazo Buyco Tan Fider & Santos Law Offices, one of the top corporate firms in the Philippines. Marose serves as a Volunteer Public Relations Officer of the Japan Commercial Arbitration Association (JCAA), which is the leading commercial arbitral institution in Japan. She is also the co-Founder and Vice-Chair on the Executive Committee of Energy Related Arbitration Practitioners (ENERAP) - Japan Chapter (since 2021) and is Vice-Chair, Technology, Media and Telecommunications Committee of the Inter-Pacific Bar Association. Marose also lectures at Kyushu University, and in 2023 will teach a course at Temple University in Tokyo. She has also published several articles about Philippine legal updates and the rules of the JCAA. Connect with Marose LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marose-pereira-02394aab/ Links Rose Bakery: https://www.rose-bakery.jp/ Connect with Catherine Linked In https://www.linkedin.com/in/oconnellcatherine/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lawyeronair Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/catherine.oconnell.148 Twitter: https://twitter.com/oconnelllawyer YouTube: https://youtube.com/@lawyeronair
A good work ethic is a timeless principle, but the all-work-no-play mentality of the Boomer and Gen X generations is going out of style. Millennials and Gen Z find more value in a healthy work/life balance that prioritizes mental health and personal values. Well, David Sidoni did some research (as he loves to do) and found studies that highlight the best places to live if you're looking for a balanced and happy life in 2023. Here are some topics from today's discussion: The difference between generational preferences How inventory is impacting regional affordability A look at the housing market in popular cities The best places to live in the United States Episode Highlights: [01:25] What The Market Could Look Like in These Popular Regions Overall, home prices aren't expected to change too much, but individual markets are exhibiting some interesting patterns. The Midwest is showing some promise with home prices, rents, and mortgage rates staying below the national averages. The key? INVENTORY. Inventory is at a much more manageable number in these areas, keeping the costs on the lower end. Some metro areas, including Austin, Tampa, and Miami, are currently priced high, but are poised to drop later in the year. Price appreciation, inventory, listing prices, and weak labor markets are all key factors that contribute to a region's affordability. [7:30] The Best Places to Sustain a Good Work/Life Balance Ahhh, a healthy work/life balance. The coveted lifestyle. If this is what you're looking for, then there are some places that are more conducive to this way of life. Looking at mental health, income, remote working prevalence, commute times, and health insurance, Midwest cities DOMINATED the lists for the best balances of these factors. Also, these cities had more affordable housing options for first-time buyers. Hmm… definitely worth thinking about. The top 10 cities had some of the shortest commute times, best air quality, best insurance coverages, a variety of recreation options, great affordability scores, and high mental health rankings. How cool! Resources Mentioned: https://www.zillow.com/research/10-best-metros-first-time-home-buyers-31855/ https://www.redfin.com/news/housing-market-predictions-2023/ https://www.rismedia.com/2023/01/23/top-cities-work-life-balance/
Hello dear listener,It's episode 4, and Matt and I are demoing the lovely big box Orange Phaser, Distortion and Sustain pedals.We're also talking about Matt's need for a Chase Bliss Generation Loss, my new Daisy Rock, and your suggestions for telecasters that I should buy.AND you get 10% off ALL Izotope suites and plugins with discount code: NERDS10 - visit izotope.com to check out their massive range of mixing, mastering, instruments and effects plugins. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Are you a teacher who is burnout or feeling overwhelmed, disengaged, and defeated? Finding our unique strengths in our classroom, in our lives, and in our job can really improve our overall sense of well-being and finding our passion. Not everyone was meant to be a teacher, but I believe that if you are here or listening to this podcast then there is a reason you wanted to make an impact in a classroom and finding that unique strength that you hold can be the difference between surviving and thriving in your career.That's why I am excited to have Natalie Blackman as a guest in this episode to chat about how she ignited her passion for teaching with her creativity through student engagement and classroom transformations.Now here's a little known fact that not enough people are talking about. While there are a ton of well-being practices in our world, there is evidence and research that shows how engaging in everyday creative behaviors for just 15 minutes can shift not only your motivation but your overall wellbeing. Simply making the rephrased statement of "I'm working on finding my passions again" instead of "I'm so burnt out I have no idea what I like or who I am anymore" can make a huge improvement in reigniting that passion. Scientifically speaking, the antidote to burnout isn't just sitting around and doing nothing; it's making space for things that give you joy. Creative flow is restorative. Natalie is the epitome of merging her creativity into her classroom.Natalie Blackman, who you might know as The Teaching Files on social media is a 6th grade math and student leadership teacher and coach, who is passionate about student engagement. Her love of iced coffee, school supplies, and reality T.V. is evident in her energy, love, and ideas for creating activities, lessons, and resources that reach students and make learning & teaching fun again.HEAD OVER TO THE SHOW NOTES: teachingmindbodyandsoul.com/episode37
Sara welcomes Kinney County, Texas, prosecutor Brent Smith to discuss the upheaval open borders are causing in his community. Smith describes how these migrants are very different than in years past since they are largely military-aged men, in military clothing, and even acting like a military. He describes the problems he and his family members have had with migrants trespassing on their land. He also implores Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to dec;are an "invasion" and to close the border until the caravans stop, saying the state cannot survive two more years of the current reality along the border.Sara also offers her unique insights on a key FBI official connected to the Russia hoax being charged with improper ties to a powerful Russian oligarch. And she explains how the absurdly high price of eggs is also connected to our border crisis.Please visit our great sponsors...Allegiance Goldhttps://protectwithsara.comClick or Call 877-702-7272 tell them Sara sent you and get $5,000 of free silver on a qualifying purchase. My Pillow https://www.mypillow.com/carterStart the new year in the Giza Dream Sheets from as low as $29.98!The Association of Mature American Citizenshttps://amac.us/carterThe benefits of membership are great, but the cause is even greater.Egg Smuggling Story By Ben Wilson at the Washington Free Beaconhttps://freebeacon.com/latest-news/report-border-agents-face-influx-of-smuggled-eggs-as-prices-skyrocket/
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Sara welcomes Kinney County, Texas, prosecutor Brent Smith to discuss the upheaval open borders are causing in his community. Smith describes how these migrants are very different than in years past since they are largely military-aged men, in military clothing, and even acting like a military. He describes the problems he and his family members […]
This week I talk to educator, mentor, and coach Mr. Desmond Pittman. We discuss how to make our communities better for young boys and how we become self-sufficient as we raise our young men to be leaders. If you have sons, nephews, or any young men in your life, this is an episode you want to be tuned into. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kendrick-thomas/support
This is the fourth, and final, episode in a special mini-series focusing on change. Rethinking how we can create change and helping you understand and implement the building blocks for lasting change.This week the focus is SUSTAIN - taking the lessons you have learnt and making sure you sustain these changes in your everyday life. In this episode we feature: Vicky Pattison (Ep99): https://pod.fo/e/105426Ben Ainslie (Ep22): https://pod.fo/e/661e6George Russell (Ep163): https://pod.fo/e/1527c9You can reflect back on our previous episodes from this mini series here:Week One - Setting Goals: https://pod.fo/e/15b825Week Two - Motivation: https://pod.fo/e/15d066Week Three - Consistency: https://pod.fo/e/15eadd2023 will be the year of change for you! - - - - Get the last tickets for our 2023 Live Tour now at: https://www.thehighperformancepodcast.com/live2023. Coming to Norwich, London, Nottingham, Oxford, Northampton, Glasgow, Cardiff, Guildford, Leeds, Manchester.Out NowThe High Performance Daily Journal - 365 Ways To Become Your Best! smarturl.it/HPJournalHigh Performance: Lessons From the Best on Becoming Your Best https://amzn.to/3WcJnBs Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Winston Churchill's Steps For Change As we get into the New Year, I've noticed that people are getting back to their old ways. That's okay. It's a journey. But what is that journey? Winston Churchill said, "To improve is to change, so to be perfect is to have changed often." And it helps if you understand the stages of change: 1) Pre-Contemplation. You may intend to take action but are unaware that your behavior is the problem. 2) Contemplation. You recognize the problem and start to debate the pros and cons of your actions. 3) Preparation. You intend to take action soon. You may even begin small steps. 4) Action. The process of making the specific changes required to create your new life begins. 5) Maintenance. Sustain your efforts for at least six months. You will likely achieve a life-long transformation. 6) Termination. You have zero temptation and are sure you will not return to your old unhealthy habits. Winston Churchill said something else - "For myself, I am an optimist — it does not seem to be much use being anything else." Daily Click For myself, I am an optimist — it does not seem to be much use being anything else, said Winston Churchill. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices