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Tessa Perlow is an artist specializing in embroidery and beading. Her work is inspired by magic and nature, and she uses stitching to transform second hand materials into special, one of a kind pieces. Tessa was born and raised in New Jersey and grew up with a passion for arts and crafts. She went on to study fashion design at the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC and then fell in love with embroidery post-grad while pursuing a path as an independent working artist. Symbols play a large role in her work often with recurring themes of plants and animals in a dreamy fantasy space. This year Tessa launched a YouTube channel, creating videos showing behind the scenes processes as well as tutorials. Tessa is currently based in Philadelphia, PA, and when she is not in her workroom stitching in the company of her cats Uzi and Dru, she is usually going on nature walks in the nearby parks and forests. On this episode, Tessa discusses the magic of adornment, the power of combining of art with Craft, and favorite influences on her bewitching work. Pam also talks about hands as magical conductors and answers a listener question about connecting to the divinity of her own backyard. Our sponsors for this episode are VVITCH Digital, UBU Skills, Heal the Witch Wound out from Weiser Books, Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab, BetterHelp, Pendulum Swings Tarot, and Bloom Stories. We also have brand new print-on-demand merch like Witch Wave shirts, sweatshirts, totes, stickers, and mugs available now here. And if you want more Witch Wave, please consider supporting us on Patreon to get access to bonus Witch Wave Plus episodes, Pam's monthly online rituals, and more! That's patreon.com/witchwave
What does a military contractor have in common with Justice Antonin Scalia? They both manufacture things! The contractor manufactures helicopters with faulty escape hatches. Scalia manufactures, out of whole cloth, new laws about who can be held liable for deaths. Neither of them care if you live or die, as long as the designs are to spec!5 to 4 is presented by Prologue Projects. Rachel Ward is our producer. Leon Neyfakh and Andrew Parsons provide editorial support. Our production manager is Percia Verlin. Our website was designed by Peter Murphy. Our artwork is by Teddy Blanks at Chips NY, and our theme song is by Spatial Relations.Follow Peter (@The_Law_Boy), Rhiannon (@AywaRhiannon) and Michael (@_FleerUltra) on Twitter. You can follow the show on Twitter and Instagram @fivefourpod. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
How do you access your calm? Stress is one of the biggest obstacles people face today. It can impact your health, your life, your work, your relationships, and your learning. In our modern world, I believe calmness is currency and nothing is more valuable than your peace of mind. I'm excited to have Jim Poole on our show today. Jim is the CEO of NuCalm, a company dedicated to providing clinically proven neuroscience that puts calm and control in the palm of your hand. Technology and progress have changed how you eat, sleep, learn, and live. But it hasn't changed your brain. If you're looking for the ability to tap into a calm state of mind without medication, expensive devices, or clunky technology, this episode is for you. ***If you're inspired, I want to invite you to join me in my brand NEW 10-day course, specifically designed to boost your productivity. I know it sounds too good to be true, but I give you step-by-step guides using the accelerated learning model to help you get more done and achieve your goals. Visit http://kwikbrain.com/productivity to join me today.***
Thanks to various illnesses, this week The Game Informer Show is a two-person affair – The Marcus and Kyle show, if you will. We discuss the fantastic Resident Evil 4 remake and enlist the help of the community to make a list of Game Boy and Game Boy Advance games we want to play on Switch. We also talk about our time with the Exoprimal beta, check in on Wo Long potentially one last time, and Marcus talks WWE 2K23 and Bayonetta Origins: Whatever the Subtitle Is. Follow us on social media: Kyle Hilliard (@KyleMHilliard), Marcus Stewart (@MarcusStewart7), Game Informer on TikTok (@game_informer) The Game Informer Show is a weekly gaming podcast covering the latest video game news, industry topics, exclusive reveals, and reviews. Join your normal host Alex Van Aken every Thursday for a chat about your favorite games – past and present – with Game Informer staff, developers, and special guests from around the industry. Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your favorite podcast app. Jump to the timestamps to get to a particular point of discussion: 00:00:00 - Intro 00:03:27 - Resident Evil 4 Remake Review 00:16:06 - The Game Boy and Game Boy Advance games we want on Switch 00:42:59 - Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty potential final check in 00:48:01 - Exoprimal 00:59:27 - WWE 2K23 review 01:14:16 - Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon review 01:26:53 - Outro
How do you fix a word that's broken? A word we need when we bump into someone on the street, or break someone's heart. In our increasingly disconnected secular world, “sorry” has been stretched and twisted, and in some cases weaponized. But it's also one of the only ways we have to piece together a sense of shared values and beliefs. Through today's sea of sorry-not-sorries, empty apologies, and just straight up non-apologies, we wonder in this episode from 2018 what it looks like to make amends. EPISODE CREDITS: Reported and Produced by - Annie McEwenwith help from - Simon Adler CITATIONS:The program at Stanford that Leilani went through (and now works for) (https://zpr.io/eYhfZnwznHfD) was a joint creation between Stanford and Lee Taft. Our newsletter comes out every Wednesday. It includes short essays, recommendations, and details about other ways to interact with the show. Sign up (https://radiolab.org/newsletter)! Radiolab is supported by listeners like you. Support Radiolab by becoming a member of The Lab (https://members.radiolab.org/) today.Follow our show on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook @radiolab, and share your thoughts with us by emailing email@example.com Leadership support for Radiolab's science programming is provided by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, Science Sandbox, a Simons Foundation Initiative, and the John Templeton Foundation. Foundational support for Radiolab was provided by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
Podcasting 2.0 March 17th 2023 Episode 126: "Podcasting Power Rangers" Adam & Dave discuss the week's developments on podcastindex.org - There's a huge V4V Opportunity up for grabs, topped up with some sexy namespace talk ShowNotes We're LIT Defcon 1 alert! Listening to NMS and PWR PodcastEZ - Build, Launch and Grow Your Podcast. Just Speak! Sam Sethi is off skiing in Kitzbuhl .. probably with Roy from Breez Courtney Kocak Private Parts Unknown Todd 30% fill rate Video podcasts - it failed before Difference between NOSTR and V4V - Splits for developers! Github is becoming a free for all of features PodPing Congestion Conference Room Music Side Project Transcript Search What is Value4Value? - Read all about it at Value4Value.info V4V Stats Last Modified 03/17/2023 14:40:53 by Freedom Controller
In crypto news today SEC Gary Gensler says proof of stake tokens such as Ethereum are securities. Blockchain Association and Congressman Emmer go after people trying to unbank crypto.
Computer brain interfaces used to be the stuff of science fiction. Now, headphones and earbuds with sensors that can read your brain waves – and sell your data – are hitting the market. Experts say it's the time to establish rules of the road.
Robert Smith has convinced Ticketmaster to issue small refunds on service fees, U2 have put out an album of re-recorded songs, we like T Pain's new album, there's new music from Hozier, All Time Low have their 9th album out, we love The Wallflowers, it's time to play a game of popular abbreviations kids are using online, a new version of Chat GPT is out, when gorillas get bored they're just like us, living at high elevations might keep you healthy, riding a horse might help a bad back, and Vinnie reads your texts!
How did the right get their vice grip of the airwaves, all the while arguing that they were being silenced and censored by a liberal media? This week, we look at the early history of American radio to reveal that censorship of far-right and progressive voices alike was once common on radio. And reporter Katie Thornton explains how, in the post-war and Civil Rights period, the US government encouraged more diverse viewpoints on the airwaves — until it didn't. Plus, the technological and legal changes that led to conservative talk radio hosts like Rush Limbaugh taking over the airwaves. This episode is an adaptation of our latest series, The Divided Dial. You can listen to the full series here. The Divided Dial is reported and hosted by journalist and Fulbright Fellow Katie Thornton. You can follow her work on Instagram or on her website. The Divided Dial was edited by On the Media's executive producer, Katya Rogers. With production support from Max Balton and fact-checking by Tom Colligan, Sona Avakian, and Graham Hacia. Music and sound design by Jared Paul. Jennifer Munson is our technical director. Art by Michael Brennan. With support from the Fund for Investigative Journalism.
Decisions: A Dunham+Company Podcast
According to Psychology Today, the average child is exposed to online pornography by the age of 11, causing devastating effects on their relationships and overall well-being. Many games today feature violence and other illicit activities that have been said to correlate with depression and mental health problems. Anxiety, suicide and depression rates are at all-time highs for children, precisely tracked with the use of social media on smartphones. This is why Brent Dusing created a gaming platform to bring high-quality, fun and biblically-sound entertainment to audiences worldwide. He joins the Decisions Podcast share his story and how the Christian community can use the best tools available to protect ourselves and our children from dangerous influences.
By Ed Salo Stephen DeCasien, a Ph.D. candidate at Texas A&M University studying Nautical Archaeology, discusses his team's effort to build a naval ram based on ancient techniques. The ram DeCasien and his team produced is the first of its type built in 1,500 years. Download Sea Control 420 – Building an Ancient Naval Ram … Continue reading Sea Control 420 – Building an Ancient Naval Ram with Stephen DeCasien →
Science & Futurism with Isaac Arthur
Powerful new technologies are helping us learn more about our past, uncovering lost cities and recreating documents that time destroyed.
Google has stopped selling and supporting Google Glass Enterprise as it shifts focus to other products like a prototype that can translate speech on the fly. Following national security concerns, the UK has joined other countries in banning government employees from using TikTok on government devices. Microsoft is introducing AI-powered features, such as creating PowerPointContinue reading "Goodbye Google Glass and Goodbye Tik Tok? – DTH"
Chinese biophysicist He Jiankui caused international outrage when in 2018 when he used the gene-editing tool known as CRISPR Cas-9 to edit the genomes of two human embryos. That experiment, described by the Chinese Academy of Science and Technology described as ‘abominable', resulted in the birth of twin girls. The experiment also landed Dr He in prison for three years. Now, out of prison and working for a company in Beijing that proclaims to offer “affordable gene therapy” – He Jiankui has been speaking in public. At an open bioethics event at the University of Kent last weekend, organisers invited the scientist to present his research and to face questions about his past experiments and his future plans. We spoke to event organiser Dr Joy Zhang about the reaction to event and to Professor Robin Lovell-Badge at the Crick Institute about the implications of CRISPR-CAS9 technology. A Hippo butchery site reveals that distant human ancestors have been using stone tools far longer than researchers previously thought. This archaeological site in Kenya revealed that ancient hominins Paranthropus have probably been using stone tools to prepare food and weapons since 2.9 million years ago. Professor Tom Plummer at Queens College, City University of New York take us through the discovery and what it reveals about hominin evolution. A study released this week reveals just how much of a burden sons are on killer whale mothers. Michael Wiess, research director at the centre for whale research, fills us in on their findings which are a product of nearly 40 years studying the southern resident Orca population. This long-term Whale census project began in the 70s, championed by researcher Ken Balcomb, who was passionate about understanding and protecting killer whales and who sadly passed away late last year. We hear from Ken and his team out on the water studying the southern residents, more of which can be found in BBC Radio 4 documentary The Whale Menopause. Presenter: Victoria Gill Producer: Emily Bird BBC Inside Science is made in collaboration with the Open University
In a world where so much technology promises to solve our business problems, it can be difficult to figure out which tools are truly helpful and which ones aren't. For real estate agents, teams, and brokerages, there are millions of tools and resources available to us, but not all of them give us the results we want, even with effort and consistency.What are some of the tools and systems that we should be taking advantage of? Can it provide real value?In this episode, Director of Operations & Marketing at Elite Real Estate Systems Kathryn Nizzi joins me to discuss the tools, resources, and systems that Elite Real Estate Systems has tried and tested and how they can benefit you.Three Things You'll Learn In This Episode The key to getting the most out of technologyEven the best tech tools will fall flat if we're not consistent. How do we make sure we're not dropping the ball on that front? Tried and tested methods and systemsHow do we figure out if a specific method or system works for us? How to keep growing What kind of tools can you access through ERS to achieve your goals?Guest BioKathryn Nizzi is the Director of Operations & Marketing at Elite Real Estate Systems.Find Kathryn on LinkedIn @Kathryn Nizzi or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sorry We're Stoned with Tish & Brandi Cyrus
If you use Safari instead of Chrome, you've found your people. This week starts off with some technological qualms before Brandi decides that now would be an excellent time to start up an acting career, since all her Botox has worn off and you can see her every emotion. Your hosts then discuss their sparkling waters of choice, for a longer time than you'd think two people could talk about water, and then Tish shares that she's planning to embark on a better eating journey. She just doesn't quite know how she's going to do that. Their famous Baked Goods segment is back, along with some Off Limits and Dear MTs. All this and so much more, including a Star Girl update and Morpheus8 talk (it's not a Transformer) — you're not gonna want to miss it! Don't forget to rate, review, and follow the show. Plus, keep up with us between episodes on our Instagram page, @sorrywerestoned and be sure to leave us a voicemail in the DMs!
MarTech Podcast // Marketing + Technology = Business Growth
Taking as a starting point Renaissance and Medieval music, Lisel (aka Eliza Bagg – a member of vocal group Roomful of Teeth), creates hybrid music that blends her classical vocal training with electronic production techniques found in hyperpop (like the ‘bass drop' and frequent use of Auto-Tune.) Lisel has absorbed the capabilities of technology into her own music through experiments with Ableton, adding ambient electric sounds and aesthetics, and goes for maximalist sound on Patterns for Auto-Tuned Voices and Delay. Running Ableton, and a Novation Launch Pad for the processing effects, Eliza Bagg, as Lisel, performs some of these studio creations, live on New Sounds. - Caryn Havlik
Thinking Crypto Interviews & News
Paul Grewal is the Chief Legal Officer at Coinbase. In this interview we discuss Coinbase's fight for Crypto Regulations, SEC and their actions against crypto, SEC proposal on custody, SEC & staking, Coinbase delisting XRP, Ripple lawsuit, is Ethereum a security, Grayscale's lawsuit against the SEC over a Bitcoin spot etf and more.
In the first hour of "Connections with Evan Dawson" on Thursday, March 16, 2023, we talk with Jeffrey Allan, director of the Institute for Technology, Artificial Intelligence, and Society at Nazareth College, about the future of artificial intelligence (AI).
Iconic hip hop group De La Soul's music is finally available on streaming platforms, just in time for the fiftieth anniversary of hip hop. To say listeners are overjoyed is an understatement. Only a few days after their streaming debut, De La Soul's 1989 debut album, 3 Feet High and Rising, soared to no. 5 on the UK album chart, even topping their original 1990 high of no. 13. For fans this was a long time coming. The hip hop group had a towering presence in the 80s and 90s, their playful ingenuity and eccentricity even inspired other greats like the Beastie Boys, Childish Gambino, OutKast, and the Pharcyde. But what kept De La Soul's tunes out of rotation for decades — and thus, largely out of the public imagination — was an infuriating entanglement of legal restrictions surrounding sampling, an art form where producers take snippets of songs and stitch them together to form sonic collages. For this week's pod extra, OTM Correspondent Micah Loewinger speaks to Dan Charnas, an associate arts professor at NYU and author of the book "Dilla Time: The Life and Afterlife of J Dilla, the Hip-Hop Producer Who Reinvented Rhythm," about how music copyright law suppresses the artistic voices of hip hop producers.
Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart
In this conversation recorded for Washington Post Live on March 16, Elizabeth Way and Elena Romero, co-curators of the “Fresh, Fly, and Fabulous” exhibition at the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, discuss hip-hop's enduring influence of fashion, the history of high-fashion brands appropriating streetwear and what it really means to wear your “Sunday best.”
Personal Injury Marketing Mastermind
Nearly every personal injury firm has experienced this bottleneck: medical record retrieval. When evaluating the time it takes to settle, think in absolutes. Not averages. The throughput of a case is only as fast as the slowest retrieval. Every hangup has the potential to harm cash flow. Forget using HIPPA authorizations. Jered Vishney, CEO and Founder of Archtrival, has the solution to close more cases in less time. Imagine getting records in under 30 days. Archtrieval is a software service that uses Individual Right of Access requests to automate the record retrieval process. In today's episode, he breaks down how to get medical records in-house quickly, increase the throughput of cases, and reduce time wasted chasing down medical providers. Links Want to hear more from elite personal injury lawyers and industry-leading marketers? Follow us on social media for more. Rankings.io Instagram Chris Dreyer Instagram Rankings.io Twitter Rankings.io Website Jared Vishney Instagram Archrival Website What's in This Episode: Who is Jared Vishney? Individual Right of Access requests can increase velocity and improve cash flow. Why identifying the number of cases and demand letters held up by missing medical records can indicate the health of a firm. What Key Performance Indicators, or KPIs, actually measure workflow and capacity? Past Guests Past guests on Personal Injury Mastermind: Brent Sibley, Sam Glover, Larry Nussbaum, Michael Mogill, Brian Chase, Jay Kelley, Alvaro Arauz, Eric Chaffin, Brian Panish, John Gomez, Sol Weiss, Matthew Dolman, Gabriel Levin, Seth Godin, David Craig, Pete Strom, John Ruhlin, Andrew Finkelstein, Harry Morton, Shay Rowbottom, Maria Monroy, Dave Thomas, Marc Anidjar, Bob Simon, Seth Price, John Gomez, Megan Hargroder, Brandon Yosha, Mike Mandell, Brett Sachs, Paul Faust, Jennifer Gore-Cuthbert Additional Episodes You Might Enjoy 80. Mike Papantonio, Levin, Papantonio, & Rafferty — Doing Well by Doing Good 84. Glen Lerner, Lerner and Rowe – A Steady Hand in a Shifting Industry 101. Pratik Shah, EsquireTek — Discovering the Power of Automation 134. Darryl Isaacs, Isaacs & Isaacs — The Hammer: Insights from a Marketing Legend 104. Taly Goody, Goody Law Group — Finding PI Clients on TikTok 63. Joe Fried, Fried Goldberg LLC — How To Become An Expert And Revolutionize Your PI Niche 96. Brian Dean, Backlinko — Becoming a Linkable Source 83. Seth Godin — Differentiation: How to Make Your Law Firm a Purple Cow 73. Neil Patel, Neil Patel — Digital A New Approach to Content and Emerging Marketing Channels
T-Mobile intends to acquire the parent company of Mint Mobile, Samsung plans to invest $230 billion into chipmaking in South Korea over the next 20 years, TikTok reportedly considering divesting US operations as a last resort. MP3 Please SUBSCRIBE HERE. You can get an ad-free feed of Daily Tech Headlines for $3 a month here.Continue reading "T-Mobile Plans to Acquire Mint Mobile – DTH"
Thinking Crypto Interviews & News
Gareth Soloway shares his analysis on Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple XRP, Gold, Stocks,, if the Fed will raise rates next week, and the Bank collapses.
The crash landing of an American reconnaissance drone struck by a Russian warplane and downed over the Black Sea is further rattling US-Russia relations. It's unclear whether the incident was an error or a deliberate action. And, US law enforcement is taking some new steps against espionage and intellectual property theft on university campuses. But these measures are putting some researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge on edge. Also, years of war interrupted and undermined Iraq's music scene. Now, relative stability has created a space for its revival. Plus, saving the Maori language through music.
Coffee Break with Game-Changers, presented by SAP
We queried ChatGPT: “Tell me about Smart Cities.” ChatGPT Response: SMART cities are urban areas that leverage advanced technologies and data analytics to enhance the quality of life for citizens, optimize resource usage, and improve sustainability. The term SMART stands for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound, which represents the goals and objectives of SMART city initiatives… a SMART city might use sensors and data analytics to optimize traffic flow and reduce congestion or implement a smart energy grid that monitors and manages energy usage in real-time. Some other key features of SMART cities include: Connected infrastructure, Citizen engagement, Sustainability, Improved public services and Economic growth. We then searched for fictional movie and TV character quotes about “Cities”. Three of our favorites: – “The city is a strange place. It's always changing, always exciting, always terrifying. – Peter Parker [Tom Holland], Spider-Man: Homecoming, 2017 superhero film – “The city's just a machine, and machines can be broken.” – Batman [Christian Bale], Batman Begins, 2005 superhero film – “In the city, we're all busy moving forward, chasing our dreams and desires, while the world around us changes in ways we can't always anticipate. – Claire Temple [Rosario Dawson], Daredevil, 2015-2018 Netflix TV series We'll ask Don DeLoach, Professor Ibrahim Odeh, Brenna Berman, and Iliad Terra for their take on The Future of Cities and Technology – Get Smart!
Melissa Perri is joined by Christina Pawlikowski, a teaching fellow at Harvard and co-founder of Causal, to help demystify machine learning and AI on this episode of Product Thinking. Christina discusses language models, the different types of machine learning, how they can be used to solve problems, and the importance of good data and ethical considerations when using machine learning algorithms. Christina Pawlikowski is a teaching fellow at Harvard University and co-founder of Causal, a company that helps businesses make better decisions with causal inference. You'll hear Melissa and Christina talk about: How machine learning is essentially creating an algorithm or a model that can make good predictions based on data. There are three types of machine learning: supervised learning, unsupervised learning, and reinforcement learning. Good training data is crucial for machine learning algorithms to be effective. When considering using machine learning, it's important to ask questions about things like how complex the decision that needs to be made is, whether the model has to produce a definitive answer, how high the stakes are, and how quickly the answer needs to come back. Ethical considerations are important when feeding data into a machine-learning model, especially when making decisions with high stakes. GPT-3 and Chat GPT are examples of language models that use neural nets to generate predictions about what word or sentence comes next based on probabilities. The accuracy of a machine learning model is only as good as the quality of the data that is fed into it. When incorporating ML into a product, it's important to plan for scenarios where the model is wrong and to consider ethical considerations such as false positives and false negatives. Data scientists play a crucial role in assembling and cleaning training data, building and testing the model, and deploying it in production. The process may involve collaboration with machine learning engineers or other teams. The cadence of working on machine learning is different from working on traditional UX-focused teams, with more downtime and exploratory time upfront. Slack time is important for data scientists and machine learning engineers to keep up with new techniques, write papers, and attend conferences. Artificial general intelligence is probably further off than we think, and AI alignment is an important field to prevent any negative outcomes. Resources: Christina Pawlikowski on LinkedIn | Twitter Casual Labs
This week, enough hosts to play a bridge game.New AI just dropped.It still thinks Chris Breen is dead.Very cool that Microsoft laid off the ethics and society team for AI.The Financial Times has a report on Apple's headset which both John Gruber and the Macalope took a look at.Our thanks to Porkbun, a refreshingly different domain name registrar, with over 500 domain extensions available to show off exactly what you do. Porkbun has no upsells and is easy to use. Get $1 off your next domain name from Porkbun.com when you use the code REBOUND.If you want to help out the show and get some great bonus content, consider becoming a Rebound Prime member! Just go to prime.reboundcast.com to check it out!You can now also support the show by buying shirts, iPhone cases, hats and more items featuring our catchphrase, "TECHNOLOGY"! Are we right?!
In crypto news today Bitcoin pumps past $26,000 on lower inflation numbers. XRP and other altcoins are looking bullish on the chart.
Sales and Marketing Built Freedom
Ryan is joined by Jamie Shanks, the founder and CEO of Pipeline Signals, a sales enablement platform. In his time, Jamie has trained over 250k sales and marketing people on social selling and he talks to Ryan about this as well as the unique ways he found to bootstrap his own business and build a marketing machine at a very low cost, delving deep into how to create a cost-efficient team and what it really takes to make it happen. He also gives his thoughts on the future of sales enablement tech in the next 3-5 years! KEY TAKEAWAYS Bootstrapped founders living within their means that are scaling towards profitability this year Pipeline identifies customers on the move, sales intelligence that is routed into a company's CRM to track engagement. They then allow sellers to turn these into leads. Pipeline utilises teams offshore, to allow them to cut costs but still have high-quality talent. They see this as the future of growth and great operating leverage. Anything that can be recreated easily, via a standard operating procedure is a perfect candidate for an offshore team to handle. controlling their own destiny is one of the key focuses for Pipeline: where they have happy customers, provide great service and have great net retention so they create revenue. Sales intelligence comes in a variety of contexts, from product usage to job changes. Pipeline are finding data sets that the customer can't find themselves, to give them unique prospects and opportunities. Net-retention revenue is now the gold standard and the human experience in sales matters, slowly big tech is starting to take notice of this. BEST MOMENTS “It's training an implementation as well as the automated process” “Controlling our own destiny is most important” “Social selling outperforms cold calling” “Technology companies in the boom times didn't have to look at their CEX process and their enablement process with great scrutiny as customers had the money” “We're investing heavily on the enablement side so that in the future of acquisitions companies will say I NEED to have people hand-holding our customers” Do You Want The Closing Secrets That Helped Close Over $125 Million in New Business for Free?" Grab them HERE: https://www.whalesellingsystem.com/closingsecrets Ryan Staley Founder and CEO Whale Boss 312-848-7443 email@example.com www.ryanstaley.io EPISODE RESOURCES https://www.linkedin.com/posts/jamestshanks_signals-pipelinedevelopment-pipelinecreation-activity-6987812140699041792-RCEQ/?originalSubdomain=ie ABOUT THE SHOW How do you grow like a VC-backed company without taking on investors? Do you want to create a lifestyle business, a performance business or an empire? How do you scale to an exit without losing your freedom?Join the host Ryan Staley every Monday and Wednesday for conversations with the brightest and best Founders, CEO and Entrepreneurs to crack the code on repeatable revenue growth, leadership, lifestyle freedom and mindset.This show has featured Startup and Billion Dollar Founders, Best Selling Authors, and the World's Top Sales and Marketing Experts like Terry Jones (Founder of Travelocity and Chairman of Kayak), Andrew Gazdecki (Founder of Micro Acquire), Harpal Sambhi (Founder of Magical with a previous exit to Linkedin) and many more. This is where Scaling and Sales are made simple in 25 minutes or less.Saas, Saas growth, Scale, Business Growth, B2b Saas, Saas Sales, Enterprise Saas, Business growth strategy, founder, ceo: https://www.whalesellingsystem.com/closingsecretsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
President Biden signed a gun control executive order on Tuesday, with the main goal of strengthening background checks. But the move also highlights the limits of his power on this issue. Plus, the EPA proposes new limits for cancer-causing chemicals in our drinking water. And, a Russian jet collides with a U.S. drone over the Black Sea. Guests: Axios' Dave Lawler, The Guardian's Abené Clayton, Environmental Consulting & Technology, Inc's Sri Vedachalam. Credits: Axios Today is produced by Niala Boodhoo, Alexandra Botti, Naomi Shavin, Fonda Mwangi and Alex Suguira. Music is composed by Evan Viola. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can text questions, comments and story ideas to Niala as a text or voice memo to 202-918-4893. Go Deeper: Biden takes executive action on background checks for guns EPA moves to limit "forever chemicals" in drinking water Russian jet collides with U.S. drone over Black Sea Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Planetary Radio: Space Exploration, Astronomy and Science
Kim Arcand from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory joins Planetary Radio to share her team's new album “Universal Harmonies.” It's a beautiful collection of sonified observations taken by the space telescope that aims to make space images more accessible to people with low or no vision. The Planetary Society team celebrates the release of their new member community app and shares an update on the Boeing Starliner. Stick around for a chance to win a vinyl version of “Universal Harmonies” in this week's space trivia contest.Discover more at: https://www.planetary.org/planetary-radio/2023-universal-harmoniesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ram Ahluwalia, CEO of Lumida Wealth Management, joins us to discuss everything that's happened in the past five days post-SVB collapse. Ram has his finger on the pulse on all things finance (crypto included), the U.S. Banking System, and The Federal Reserve. Was USDC ever at risk? Is crypto being targeted? Could DeFi have fixed this? Answers to these questions and much more in the episode. ------
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Welcome back to another Nerds Without Pants, where we kick things off with a special announcement: NWP is going weekly! Sort of! You’ll see. Anyhoo, this episode is a chance for Julian to right a great wrong as we talk about good ideas in games that didn’t quite land the first time. Then we have a handful of games to go through before having the first-ever Fatal 4 Way in Video Game Cage Match! Sort of! This episode is going up late, so apologies for the lack of time stamps. NEXT EPISODE: THE NEWS! IN TWO WEEKS: STAGE SELECT: What are some video game baddies you love to kill again and again? VIDEO GAME CAGE MATCH: Punky Skunk vs Easter Bunny’s Big Day SUBMIT YOUR COMMENTS BY 7:30 CENTRAL ON 3/24 TO BE ON THE SHOW! Twitter: @NWPcast Email: NWPcast@gmail.com Our theme song “Relax” and interstitial tracks “To the Maxx” and “Moody Grooves” are written and performed by Megan McDuffee.
In this episode we are joined by Susan Pasley, MS, BSN, RN, Vice President of Clinical Solutions at CareRev, to discuss the current state of the nursing workforce, where to start with relieving nurse staffing challenges, the benefits of having experienced nurses on demand and more.This episode is sponsored by CareRev.