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Tackle Talk
When To Start Throwing Topwater

Tackle Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 31:48


On today's episode we talk about WHEN you should start throwing topwater each year, we pay our respects to a pioneer of the sport, and we recap smackdown the Bassmaster Elite Series put on Lake Fork. Brought to you by: American Legacy Fishing & Outdoors www.americanlegacyfishing.com Use Code: TACKLETALK10 for 10% Off!

Driveline R&D Podcast
Balancing Weight Room and Skills Training | Individualizing Athlete Needs | Driveline R&D Pod Ep 83

Driveline R&D Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 75:37


Episode 83 of the Driveline R&D Podcast with Anthony Brady, Alex Caravan, and Kyle Lindley! With guests: Brice Crider and Juan Rodriguez! Use promo code: good2learn25 for $25 off on Driveline PLUS! https://www.drivelinebaseball.com/pro... High performance trainer Brice Crider and throwing trainer Juan Rodriguez came on the pod today and chatted all things integrated baseball development! We talked about the keys to balancing strength and conditioning needs with the athlete's needs on the throwing/hitting/skills side of things, what we use to determine where the focus is for each athlete coming in, what it means to be a high performance trainer as opposed to just a strength and conditioning coach, etc. Electric show today, enjoy! Timestamps 0:00 Intros 6:26 Brice and Juan's first introductions to Driveline 8:52 Juan's hitting lessons pre-Driveline 10:52 Throwing trainers Brady and Lindley 11:45 Brady's arm slot switch 17:20 Training economy between S&C and Throwing 18:38 Focusing on what will have the highest ROI 19:10 High Performance training model 23:04 The difference between a strength trainer and a high performance trainer 25:57 Bench press for pitch design 32:51 What makes a great strength coach 36:18 Considerations for the focus of an athlete's program 42:50 The importance of knowing an athlete's throwing history 45:35 Training duration considerations 48:10 Things that would've been better, looking back 52:23 Data and education tools for developing coaches 1:00:53 Learning to think critically vs. memorizing and re-distributing info 1:05:13 The value of "I Don't Know" 1:07:12 It depends 1:11:05 summer training environment Link to the hosts'/guests' Twitters: Alex Caravan: https://twitter.com/Alex_Caravan Anthony Brady: https://twitter.com/BaseballFreak_9 Kyle Lindley: https://twitter.com/kylelindley_ Brice Crider: https://twitter.com/BriceCrider Juan Rodriguez: https://twitter.com/jcrod22

Big Blue Kickoff Live | New York Giants
Big Blue Kickoff Live 5/23 | Examining 2nd Year Players

Big Blue Kickoff Live | New York Giants

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 63:53


Lance Medow and Paul Dottino discuss the 2021 Giants draft class and who will have a big impact this season, and take calls from fans. SUBSCRIBE NOW: Apple Spotify Google Stitcher iHeart Radio 1:01 - 2nd year players 12:14 - 53 man roster 24:37 - Calls 32:50 - Throwing the deep ball 53:40 - Offensive play calling

Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn
Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn - May 22, 2022 - HR 2

Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 40:24


Durham Exploding the Russia Hoax. Yes -- Hillary Did It. Robby Mook rolls, then flies to Spain. Will that be far enough? FBI James Baker confirms the lies of Hillary's attorney Michael Sussman. Additional clarity on the Mueller Cover Up. Predictably, complicit Media refusing to unstick their six years of propaganda. Meanwhile, another big dose of Ukraine Realism from Col. Douglas Macgregor. Military Industrial Complex has made yet another hopeless mess. Throwing $40 Billion away? Describing our America Last leadership. Notes on RINO Dan Crenshaw, aka "Eyepatch McCain." Reprise of George W. Bush's malaprop epitaph. Plus, introducing Karine Jean-Pierre, Biden's new Press Secretary. Off to a bad start. Widespread embarrassment over Biden's Baby Formula Airlift from Europe. Western Conservative Summit coming soon. With Listener Calls. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Marty Lurie Podcast
5-21 Jesse Agler joins Talkin' Baseball with Marty to breakdown this Giants-Padres series, fans throwing baseballs and a bottle at Padres Outfielder Profar Friday night and When can we expect to see Tatis to be back on field?

Marty Lurie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 11:23


Padres Broadcaster, Jesse Agler, joins Talkin' Baseball with Marty to breakdown this Giants-Padres series, fans throwing baseballs and a bottle at Padres Outfielder Profar Friday night and When can we expect to see Tatis be back on field?  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KNBR Podcast
5-21 Jesse Agler joins Talkin' Baseball with Marty to breakdown this Giants-Padres series, fans throwing baseballs and a bottle at Padres Outfielder Profar Friday night and When can we expect to see Tatis to be back on field?

KNBR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 11:23


Padres Broadcaster, Jesse Agler, joins Talkin' Baseball with Marty to breakdown this Giants-Padres series, fans throwing baseballs and a bottle at Padres Outfielder Profar Friday night and When can we expect to see Tatis to be back on field?  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Triple Threat
Jake Odorizzi Already Doing Some Light Throwing (Hour 4) Clint Stoerner & The Show 05-20-22

The Triple Threat

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 42:21


Dusty Baker on Jake Odorizzi doing some light throwing. Houston Texans Cut Jimmy Moreland. Chris Simms' comments on Davis Mills. 

Miss ME Wit It Talk Radio Station - MMWI NETWORK RADIO
Throw It Back Thursdays 5-19-2022

Miss ME Wit It Talk Radio Station - MMWI NETWORK RADIO

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 30:45


Throwing it back to a moment in time.

Chronosphere Fiction
Corporate Punishment 8 : 4th Floor : Information Technology

Chronosphere Fiction

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 23:39


Connie Bozeman and Chief Amil encounter a floor of Severance Inc that confirms we are on another plane of existence. Cast: Overseer : Frank Guglielmelli Secretary : Rosanna Jimeno Connie Bozeman : Katelin Curtis Chief Amil : Van Riker The Unemployable : Spencer J Fredrick Main Frame : Steve Katz & Daniel French Production, Music, Foley, and Sound Design by Daniel French at Fishbonius Sound Design       Transcript:   CORPORATE PUNISHMENT EPISODE 8: FOURTH FLOOR – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY   Written by Steven Chisholm   Characters: Overseer Secretary Connie Chief Amil Unemployable IT Tech Main Frame   SOUND: SUBTLE STATIC BUILDS IN INTENSITY UNTIL ABRUPT CUTOFF. SECRETARY: (HUFF) Sorry I'm late. Jan cornered me in the breakroom to talk about the weather. (IMITATION) “If tomorrow isn't shorts weather, then I'm going to be short with the weather.” What does she think? That I'm interested in her senior center comedy routine? Nothing more hackneyed than weather-related office talk, right?  OVERSEER: (STRESSED) Please stop mentioning the weather, Secretary. SECRETARY: I wasn't talking about the weather itself, just the notion of office talk lacking substance– OVERSEER: Please, just stop. Can't you see you're triggering my claustrophobia? SECRETARY: Claustrophobia? What the hell are you talking about? OVERSEER: Don't make me say it. SECRETARY: Say what? OVERSEER: (SIGH) The clouds, Secretary. The weather outside, let me guess… it's overcast? SECRETARY: Yeah, but I don't see any reason for– OVERSEER: I get claustrophobic when it's overcast. It's like the clouds are trapping me in a bubble. SECRETARY: But you work in five-by-five room all day. Is that not triggering? OVERSEER: Well, at least I know there's a way out of this room. SECRETARY: Are you saying you get claustrophobic because the clouds prevent you from… um, leaving the planet? OVERSEER: I don't want to talk about this anymore. SECRETARY: Do you think clouds are solid objects? OVERSEER: I told you, I don't want to talk about this anymore. SECRETARY: What reason would you even have to leave the planet? In fact, what opportunity would you have– OVERSEER: I said enough, Secretary. SECRETARY: Fine. Fine. It's just… Never mind. Let's just get on with it. OVERSEER: So, you agree we should nuke the clouds? SECRERTARY: Huh? OVERSEER: Oh, you're referring to the tape. Yes, let's roll. Just take a seat over here, Secretary. (CLEARS THROAT) (HOT ON MIKE) Subject number 2496G. Connie Bozeman. Date: Friday, October 8th. Time: Irrelevant. Location: Level four, information technology. SOUND: STATIC. CONNIE: Woah! Look at this, Chief! It's so… retrowave. CHIEF AMIL: It's so dark yet so bright. CONNIE: You ever seen Tron? Never mind. Of course, you haven't. But this sure looks the same.  CHIEF AMIL: I'll take your word for it, Chosen One. SOUND: ELEVATOR SIREN. CONNIE: Ah, right. Let's get off this elevator before it crushes us. CHIEF AMIL: Right behind you. SOUND: SIREN CEASES AND DOORS CLOSE. CONNIE: This is so cool! I used to watch Tron all the time as a kid. Deadly Discs, Light Cycles, Cindy Morgan! CHIEF AMIL: Who? CONNIE: Yori! CHIEF AMIL: Oh… Wait, who? CONNIE: Lora Baines! CHIEF AMIL: Um, perhaps we should focus on the task at hand. CONNIE: Oh, right… But look ahead, Chief. There's a group of people gliding around on some sort of neon skates. Throwing discs at glowing bricks. And oh, over there! That looks like some sort of spin on Space Paranoids. I have a feeling this challenge is going to be a blast! CHIEF AMIL: Connie, you're scaring me. CONNIE: This place is enormous, Chief! Who knows what other games they have? And this neon aesthetic is really attuning to my vibe, y'know? CHIEF AMIL: Connie, look out! SOUND: SYNTHESIZED ICE SKATES APPROACHING. CONNIE: Woah! I have to get me a pair of those! IT TECH: Halt! How did you bypass the access point? CHIEF AMIL: Connie, prepare yourself. CONNIE: The elevator just spit us out here, but hey, how do I get me a pair of– IT TECH: We don't have the bandwidth to host the likes of you. CONNIE: (SIGH) Fine, then can you point us in the direction of the elevator so we can, uh, free up space on your, uh, hard drive, or whatever? IT TECH: Now that you've penetrated our firewall, we must set you up an account before clearing you of our cache. CONNIE: Hey, wait a minute. I'm no computer expert, but even I know that's not correct. IT TECH: Silence! CONNIE: Okay, sheesh. CHIEF AMIL: (WHIPSER) Connie, what do we do? CONNIE: I guess we just do what the guy says. Set up an account or whatever. CHIEF AMIL: I don't know if that's such a good idea. CONNIE: How is it I've become more accustomed to this nonsensical demi-plane than you? You're the one that's lived here longer. CHIEF AMIL: It's just that… No, you're right. IT TECH: Are you two finished syncing your data centers? CONNIE: Yeah, sure. IT TECH: Then, follow me. SOUND: DEPARTING FOOTSTEPS TRANSITIONING TO STATIC. SECRETARY: I guess it was only a matter of time before Connie's–I mean, Subject 2496G's mind broke. OVERSEER: I don't know, I was just as much in love with Tron when I was a kid. Witnessing something so similar in the flesh would make me a little giddy myself. SECRETARY: What is Tron anyway? I've only heard it mentioned in passing. Never seen it myself. OVERSEER: You've never seen Tron?! SECRETARY: That's what I just said. OVERSEER: Oh, my god. You're missing out. Tron is a movie about this hacker who falls into a computer and is trapped in a digital world.  SECRETARY: Falls… into a computer? OVERSEER: Yeah, and he's imprisoned in this cybernectic plane that happens to be obsessed with these gladiatorial-type games. It's a must-see. SECRETARY: Surprised a claustrophobe like you would enjoy such a premise. OVERSEER: What do you mean? SECRETARY: If you're scared of an overcast sky, imagine being trapped in a computer. OVERSEER: No… Oh, no. How could you, Secretary? I… I need a paper bag. Hand me a paper bag. SECRETARY: Here. I have this plastic bag from Sal's. SOUND: OVERSEER SNATCHES BAG AND STARTS BREATHING INTO IT. Not sure if a plastic bag has the same effect as paper though. SOUND: OVERSEER REMOVES PLASTIC BAG FROM LIPS. OVERSEER: (SHARP INAHLE) Are you trying to kill me? I couldn't breathe with that thing over my mouth. SECRETARY: What? You were the one holding it–Never mind. I'm sorry. I'm glad you were smart enough to not suffocate to death, but we should really get back to the tape. Look, it seems like they're coming up on something. Some colorful neon cube of some sort. OVERSEER: (CATCHING BREATH) Huh? Oh, okay. Let's tune back in. SOUND: STATIC. IT TECH: Before us is the blockchain, wherein resides the Main Frame. CONNIE: Guess that explains the cube shape. CHIEF AMIL: Are we going inside this thing? IT TECH: Yes, we need to set you both up with accounts, and the main frame is the only one who can do so. CHIEF AMIL: Well, is there a door? SOUND: AUTOMATIC DOOR. CONNIE: Woah, so futuristic! CHIEF AMIL: Automatic doors? CONNIE: Well, I mean, automatic doors with neon lights. IT TECH: Step inside with me. SOUND: FOOTSTEPS. CONNIE: Wow, what is that pillar? IT TECH: That is… The Main Frame. SOUND: POWERING UP COMPUTER. CHIEF AMIL: Look, Connie! Some sort of holographic visage! MAIN FRAME: Who has awakened me from sleep mode? IT TECH: It is I, Almighty Main Frame. I have come to you in hopes you could set up accounts for these new users I have with me. MAIN FRAME: Did you submit a ticket? IT TECH: I, uh… Well, I just thought that maybe you could, uh… MAIN FRAME: No ticket?! IT TECH: Well, you see… I was going to but, uh… MAIN FRAME: Task Manager? IT TECH: No, please! No! It was a mistake. MAIN FRAME: End task. IT TECH: (PIXELATED SCREAM) CONNIE: (GASP) CHIEF AMIL: Woah! CONNIE: Where'd he go? What did you do to him? MAIN FRAME: Where all failures go… The trash bin. CHIEF AMIL: Seems we're dealing with a tough customer this time around, Connie. MAIN FRAME: Potential new users, for what purpose have you found yourselves before me? CONNIE: Listen, uh, Main Frame, we're just– MAIN FRAME: Please, my motherboard calls me Main Frame. You can call me… M'n'Fer. [pronounced em-en-effer] CONNIE: Uh, okay, M'n'Fer. Um, we're trying to find the elevator, and then we'll be out of your hair… or, uh, filaments. MAIN FRAME: For that, you will need to be registered for new accounts. CONNIE: Okay, and how do we do that? MAIN FRAME: First, you must read our Terms and Conditions. CONNIE: (SIGH) Can I just scroll to the bottom and click agree? MAIN FRAME: No! You must read the entire agreement before proceeding. CONNIE: (SIGH) Okay, where is it? MAIN FRAME: Look at the wall behind you. CONNIE: Oh, my god. This will take me ages to get through. CHIEF AMIL: I believe in you, Chosen One. CONNIE: Believe in me? Chief, I'm sure you have to read this, too.  CHIEF AMIL: No, I… I'm not worthy of the task. I don't think– MAIN FRAME: All that desire to hold accounts must read and agree to the sacred Terms and Conditions. CHIEF AMIL: Uh, fine. CONNIE: All right, you ready, Chief? CHIEF AMIL: Don't know if I ever will be, but let's get started. CONNIE & CHIEF (MONOTONE) This agreement hereby governs your use of Severance, Inc.'s AMIL: information technology services, including access to the elevator, virtual help desk, and vending machines. Our services are available– SOUND: STATIC. OVERSEER: And I've had just about enough of that. Let's fast forward a bit. SOUND: FAST FORWARD TAPE. SECRETARY: Aw, I actually wanted to listen in. I was hoping the Terms and Conditions would fill me in on what's actually going on in this plane. What its purpose is. OVERSEER: Oh, you're one of those people? You actually read the Terms and Conditions? SECRETARY: Yes, normally. OVERSEER: On second thought, I probably should do the same. I agreed to the Terms and Conditions of some dating app, which apparently wound up being a Marriage Certificate instead. I'm ten years divorced and still paying alimony to Anastasia and Little Fiodor of Moldova. SECRETARY: Mhmm… Anyway, I think they're nearing the end of the agreement. OVERSEER: Oh, you're right. Let's tune back in. SOUND: STATIC. CONNIE & CHIEF: (MONOTONE) Someone left the cake out in the rain. I don't think that I can take AMIL: it. 'Cause it took so long to bake it. And I'll never have that recipe again. Oh no. No. Oh no. CHIEF AMIL: (RELIEVED SIGH) CONNIE: Okay, that last section was just the lyrics to MacArthur Park. MAIN FRAME: Oh, so you have finished, have you? CONNIE: Yes, M'n'Fer. And we both agree to the Terms and Conditions. Isn't that right, Chief? CHIEF AMIL: Huh? Oh… Yeah. MAIN FRAME: Wonderful. But you are not yet ready to be awarded your accounts. CONNIE: What? Why not? MAIN FRAME: Because, in order to set up an account for you, you must first pass our trial. CONNIE: Trial? MAIN FRAME: You must show that you are worthy to hold an account. CONNIE: Oh… (EXCITED) Oh! So, this is where the games come in. What's it going to be? Where are we headed? The Disk Arena? I must warn you, I'm pretty adept at Light Cycle. Though, Ring Game is my favorite. MAIN FRAME: You must defeat me in a game of… CONNIE: Go on! A game of what? MAIN FRAME: Riddles! CONNIE: … Huh? MAIN FRAME: We will take turns answering each other's riddles until one of us gets one wrong. Here, let me start. What has– CONNIE: Wait, wait, wait. No. What are all these neon arenas for if not to test my strength? MAIN FRAME: Huh? Oh, you mean the company-sponsored gym? CONNIE: Gym? MAIN FRAME: Oh, yeah. We have neon racquetball, neon spin classes, neon frisbee golf. But of course, that's all reserved for premium members. CONNIE: God damn it! Fine, let's start with these stupid riddles. CHIEF AMIL: Connie, fear not. I am a master of riddles. MAIN FRAME: Okay, as I was saying. What has many keys but can't open a single lock? CHIEF AMIL: (WHISPER) Oh, Connie. I know this. It's an armless custodian. CONNIE: (SIGH) It's a piano. MAIN FRAME: Very good. Very good, indeed. Now see if you can outsmart me. CHIEF AMIL: Step back, Connie. Let me handle this. (CLEARS THROAT) What has bark but is not a dog? What has leaves but it stays in place? It grows from the ground and eats sunlight and drinks water. It provides shade, and some of these grow apples. What is it? MAIN FRAME: A tree. CONNIE: Chief, what the hell was that? CHIEF AMIL: Hmm, it seems this computer is smarter than I imagined. MAIN FRAME: My turn. Hmm… Computing. Yes, I've found the perfect one. What runs but never walks, has a mouth but never talks, has a head yet does not weep, has a bed but never– CONNIE: A river. The answer is river. MAIN FRAME: No. Wait, yes. But this is a two-parter. Hold on. Um, okay. A person calls his dog from the other side of the river. The dog is able to cross the river without getting wet, and without using a bridge– CONNIE: The river's frozen. Okay, my turn– MAIN FRAME: No. No, wait. Did I say a two-parter? I meant a three-parter. Okay, what is– CONNIE: No, no, no. It's my turn, M'n'Fer. MAIN FRAME: Ugh, okay, fine.  CONNIE: Um… You'll probably get this, but it's the first riddle that came to mind. Okay… I have lakes with no water, mountains with no stone, and cities with no buildings. What am I? MAIN FRAME: Hmm… Computing… CONNIE: You can't seriously be taking this long to answer. This is one of the most common riddles I know. MAIN FRAME: Shh… I said I'm computing. I need quiet. CHIEF AMIL: (WHISPER) This is a hard one, Connie. Are you sure there's a correct answer? CONNIE: Are you for real, M'n'Fer? Severance, Inc. needs to think about updating their software. MAIN FRAME: I said shut up! I'm computing. CONNIE: Is there a time limit? MAIN FRAME: I… I… CONNIE: (SIGH) Come on. MAIN FRAME: I… uh… Does not compute! Does not compute! No answer detected. False riddle identified. CONNIE: The answer is a map, you dumbass. MAIN FRAME: System overload! CONNIE: Overloading on what? It was just a basic riddle. You're being dramatic. MAIN FRAME: Uh, fine. I'll update your credentials… There, you both have accounts now. CONNIE: That's it? MAIN FRAME: What do you mean that's it? A lot of processing power goes into creating accounts. CONNIE: Yeah, okay, cool. Now where's that elevator? MAIN FRAME: It's right over there. On the wall behind me. CHIEF AMIL: (GASP) There it is, Connie! You did it! CONNIE: Uh, yeah. Sure. MAIN FRAME: Do you need to view the tutorial? CONNIE: To operate an elevator? I think I'm good. MAIN FRAME: Oh, well. Okay, no need to be a jerk about it. CONNIE: Come on, Chief. CHIEF AMIL: Oh, yes. Let's get out of here. SOUND: FOOTSTEPS FOLLOWED BY ELEVATOR DOOR OPENING AND CLOSING. CONNIE: (SIGH) CHIEF AMIL: What's the matter, Connie? You did it! You made it through the IT department! CONNIE: I just… I don't know. I was expecting something cool to happen. That place was so… underwhelming. CHIEF AMIL: Well, I'm sure the next level will present a true challenge. Here, I'll press the button. SOUND: ELEVATOR MOVEMENT ACCOMPANIED BY ELEVATOR MUSIC. CHIEF AMIL: Is that new music? CONNIE: Nope. CHIEF AMIL: Oh. SOUND: ELEVATOR JERKING TO HALT.  CONNIE: Here we go again. Uh, dude? Can we skip the rhetoric? I'm not in the mood. UNEMPLOYABLE: So, I can see your hope puddling on the floor beneath you like the piss of an incontinent child. CHIEF AMIL: Leave her alone, you unemployable wretch! UNEMPLOYABLE: Apologies, Chief Amil. You know how unabashedly forward I can be. ‘Tis the reason why I can never be employed, you see. Honesty is never the best policy in terms of business. CONNIE: Or maybe you don't have a job because you're crawling around in the filthy ducts and breaking the elevator every five minutes.  UNEMPLOYABLE: Are you claiming it's my quality that's holding me back? CONNIE: What? Yeah, sure. UNEMPLOYABLE: Well, how apropos. Because look where we are now. SOUND: ELEVATOR DOORS OPENING. ELEVATOR: (ROBOTIC) Floor five. Quality Assurance. CONNIE: Do you prepare these lines before we even get to the elevator? UNEMPLOYABLE: Why, of course. How else can I assure such quality. CONNIE: All right, we get it. Ugh. Ready, Chief?  CHIEF AMIL: Sure am, Chosen One. SOUND: STATIC. OVERSEER: And that's enough for today. SECRETARY: Yeah, I was expecting a lot more violence.  OVERSEER: Oh, Secretary. It seems you've developed a bloodlust. SECRETARY: What? No, I mean isn't the purpose of this plane to be unnecessarily violent? I'm just saying, beside that one IT guy, this floor was pretty tame. OVERSEER: Meh, I suppose. I'm sure there'll be plenty more bloodshed for you to revel in next time. SECRETARY: That's not what I'm saying, boss. OVERSEER: Don't worry. I'm not going to report you to HR or anything. SECRETARY: No, it's just… (FRUSTRATED HUFF). I'm going to grab some lunch. OVERSEER: Well, okay. Let me just wrap this up and I'll join you. (CLEARS THROAT) (HOT ON MIKE) Subject 2496G observation terminal signing out. SOUND: SUBTLE STATIC BUILDS IN INTENSITY UNTIL ABRUPT CUTOFF.  

The Michael Sartain Podcast
Jason "JROC" Craig - The Michael Sartain Podcast

The Michael Sartain Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 95:52


Jason “JROC” Craig (IG: @Iamjroc) was a member of the US Marine Corps during the 2003 invasion of Iraq. He's opened 16 nightlife venues and is a managing partner with In the Moment Hospitality, and Clique Hospitality. He's currently a director at Elia Beach Club inside the Virgin Hotel. Michael's Men of Action program is a Master's course dedicated to helping people elevate their social lives by building elite social circles and becoming higher status. Click the link below to learn more: https://go.moamentoring.com/i/2 Subscribe on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/MichaelSartain Listen on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-michael-sartain-podcast/id1579791157 Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2faAYwvDD9Bvkpwv6umlPO?si=8Q3ak9HnSlKjuChsTXr6YQ&dl_branch=1 Filmed at Sticky Paws Studios: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UComrBVcqGLDs3Ue-yWAft8w 0:00 Intro 1:00 9/11 and USMC 3:43 **First night in boot camp 5:48 Torturing you every day 7:31 Prioritization and accountability, Jocko & Goggins 9:30 Nara Ford 9:56 Marine Corps Combat Training 12:40 Immersion Training 13:14 We're a running cult 15:52 ***David Goggins, suffering 17:54 Audiobook 20:00 Mindfulness, jealousy 23:14 Andy Masi 24:04 2004 27:16 Opening 16 venues 29:17 Speed up audiobooks 31:35 Throwing a good party 34:21 Industry Parties, Theme Parties 37:37 Made you feel included 39:46 Miss Buttaface, Moose Diesel 41:02 Heavy drinking, Drai's 42:50 Vegas isn't ready for us 44:36 Lonely nights, left alcohol behind 47:32 Mentors in Nightlife 48:26 ***Jason Strauss 50:31 Jessie Waits, Hadden, Wildboy, Randy Foster, Ronn Nicoli 52:53 The Handshakes 56:32 Stitched 59:53 Treat you differently when you wear a suit 1:01:26 Mezcal 1:02:18 Vegas is the major leagues 1:03:52 **MCRD Marine Corps 1:06:16 USAF Survival School 1:08:01 Dating in Las Vegas 1:11:30 Wow you're actually a really nice guy 1:13:16 You're stuck up 1:14:46 It's not the cheating it's the lying 1:15:53 Girls who brings girls home 1:17:30 Passive aggressive generation 1:18:33 **Dealing with haters 1:22:47 ***Social Media has made people too comfortable 1:24:38 Monogamy 1:27:08 Martial Arts, Bruce Lee 1:28:25 ***Backyard fights for money 1:33:19 Shot in the head with a paintball 1:34:12 Outro

Words of Wisdom Podcast
Ep 64 – Throwing It All Away (Prov. 5:20-23)

Words of Wisdom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 19:10


Some things in life it seems like we can escape from, or at least avoid the direct consequences of them. But when it comes to sin, the consequences always seem to find a way to come around and bite us in the end. That is because sin is destructive no matter which way you look […]

Business RadioX ® Network
BRX Pro Tip: Do You Have a Problem You Can Solve by Throwing Money at It?

Business RadioX ® Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022


BRX Pro Tip: Do You Have a Problem You Can Solve by Throwing Money at It? Stone Payton: [00:00:00] And we are back with Business RadioX Pro Tips. Lee Kantor and Stone Payton here with you. Lee, the question of the day, do you have a problem you can solve by throwing money at it? […]

Lit Up: Big Ideas in Cannabis Technology & Innovation
Starting Massachusetts first vertically integrated social equity cannabis operation, Trade Roots, with Co-Founder's Carl Giannone & "The Captain" Jesse Pitts

Lit Up: Big Ideas in Cannabis Technology & Innovation

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 85:48


You're about to hear the story of two co-founders; one a social equity applicant from the legacy market, the other, a trader from New York who found the plant through the end of life care for his mother. From their love of early morning walks, complementary skillsets, and not freaking out on the same day, they have become the first vertically integrated social equity participant in Massachusetts. There is A LOT to be said about Cannabis social equity programs across the Country. Many affected by Cannabis prohibition drug laws, with criminal records, don't have the    opportunities to earn the business acumen and financial resources needed to start such an organization in the legal market. This is a story of how this team did it! Things you may learn in today's episode: How NOT to transport a quarter of a million dollars in cash. How to choose a business partner. What a Wareham is. How to lose a physical building. How to fundraise. Hint: It's closer than you think. What a freezer war is and how to win it. The appropriate answer to the age of an instagram account of a 3 year old cannabis business. Finally, what a tremendous amount of patience and perseverance looks like. One thing you will not learn: Throwing a cigarette butt on Mr T's lawn is a very bad idea. No one needs to learn that. We all pity that fool; especially Carl :) Please enjoy our founders journey of starting Massachusetts first Vertically Integrated Social Equity Participant, Trade Roots, with Co-Founder's Carl Giannone & "The Captain" Jesse Pitts Professional Summary: Jesse Pitts: An experienced construction foreman and small business owner who has extensive knowledge of the building codes and amendments here in Massachusetts. A native to our host town, Jesse has deep roots within the community. With an enduring interest and passion for cannabis, Jesse has been a licensed medical cannabis patient and caregiver in Massachusetts since the inception of the program. He has  vast experience in plant cultivation and has recently received a certification in advanced extraction technologies at Havelick & Associates LLC in Golden Colorado. Jesse co-founded The Center For Alternative Life Medicine (C.A.L.M.) out of New Bedford Ma. C.A.L.M. is a not-for-profit entity that was prepared to apply for a medical cannabis license in Ma. C.A.L.M. was acquired and merged with New England Treatment Access (N.E.T.A.) Jesse was a paid consultant and helped co-author N.E.T.A's application. This lead to the company being awarded two licenses.  Jesse is a registered Social Equity Program (SEP) participant. Carl Giannone: After graduating Lafayette College with degrees in Economics & Business, Carl began his career as an equities trader at Heartland Securities/Trillium Trading in 1999. After being promoted to trading desk manager and Registered Principal, Carl left to trade his own account with Schonfeld Securities before building his own desk, first under Assent LLC/Sungard (2006) and then T3 Capital Management/T3 Trading Group (2010).  By 2014, his desk employed over 100 traders in two offices deploying myriad strategies across a range of asset classes. After 17 years of performing roles ranging from trader to risk manager to recruiter to brand manager, Carl left his trading desk (and Manhattan) to work as an independent outside recruiter for a large multinational proprietary trading firm while taking care of an ill parent. As a result of seeing the benefits of medical cannabis first hand (in moderating cancer symptoms), Carl shifted his focus from investments to cannabis. He has been quoted in Bloomberg and on CNBC as well as niche industry publications. He previously held his Series 7, 24, 55, 56, 62 and 63 licenses. Company Summary: “Produced in Mass., not en masse.” As an artisanal purveyor of "Craft Cannabis at The Gateway to Cape Cod," Wareham-based Trade Roots is a locally-owned, operated, and staffed business...

The Jay And Kevin Show Podcast
Jay And Kevin Show 5-17-22 Hour 1

The Jay And Kevin Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 26:00


Throwing people into volcanoes

Mornings with Ken
Out of Existence

Mornings with Ken

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 32:10


Buffalo shooting, Throwing money at schools --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Morning Meditations
Morning Meditations- Throwing Seed Everywhere

Morning Meditations

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 7:34


In this episode, we are reminded that the sower even throws seed in some unlikely places!

News/Talk 94.9 WSJM
Karen Karma! Daily BuZz!!

News/Talk 94.9 WSJM

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 4:51


Can you guess our ‘go to' menu item? How often do you ‘feel good'? And the annual “Throwing of the caps.” That's what Paul Layendecker is BuZzin' about today on The Daily BuZz!!

Topic Lords
134. A Bad Case Of Footmouse

Topic Lords

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 60:55


Support Topic Lords on Patreon and get episodes a week early! (https://www.patreon.com/topiclords) Lords: * Maxx * maxx.infinity@gmail.com * Michael * https://www.instagram.com/softseabunny/ * https://www.tiktok.com/@creative.rabbit Topics: * "World's greatest author Chuck Tingle" * Way of making moving easier, collective tips? * https://overmental.com/content/the-beautiful-zelda-artwork-of-katsuya-terada-7898 * https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DataHand * Melatonin parenting decisions * http://false-panels.com/fjf/ Microtopics: * Rabbit nose speeds. * A stranger from Australia handing you a twenty dollar bill. * Lining a trench coat with Steam keys. * How to make Elden Ring feel like a video game rather than a slog. * An incredible variety of fantastical biomes filled with body horror monstrosities that are inexplicably bad at killing you. * Playing Elden Ring with passive enemies * Big columns with massively muscular horsemen. * Sheep curling up into a wheel and rolling away. * Fostering a different sense of what accomplishment means. * Ramps interweaving the stairway. * Going into a spooky house and the house is like "why would you come in here? Can't you see I'm haunted" * Going into a spooky house in hopes of seeing bespoke content. * An author of real books that people think are memes. * A tornado that has a butthole because it must've picked it up with all the other debris. * Lesbian candy corn. * High-functioning chocoholics. * Having sex with the State of California and reading the list of things that the State of California has found to cause cancer. * Making a career out of exploring the weird connections in your own mind. * Writing to Chuck Tingle to ask for more details about the 747's genitalia. * Moving house and then moving house again immediately, to save yourself a packing/unpacking cycle. * Having many shamefully confusing objects and making the movers wear blindfolds. * Making your friends wear blindfolds and rely on LIDAR when they come into your house. * Putting all your vacation souvenirs in storage and going to your storage unit when you want to remember your vacation. * Three drawers of cables organized into power cables, USB cables and audio cables, all neatly constrained with velcro. * Giving your rabbit decoy cables to chew on so that the important cables remain safe. * Throwing away 70% of your stuff. * Whether it's a lie if you have books on your shelf that you haven't read yet. * Apocryphal John Waters quotes. * Having an outfit for hacktivism. * Mounting the spines of books you've read above your hearth. * Data Hands. * A keyboard that doesn't work in direct sunlight. * Foot Mouse and the Data Hands. * Staring into the abyss, wiggling your fingers. * Underwear computing. * Late-onset melatonin generation. * How to deal when everybody in the family gets sick at once. * An island made of bureaucracy. * The fax machine in your underwear computer. * How to pronounce "James" according to Jim's facebook profile. * Armchairing a request for poetry in the rudest way possible. * Streets that duel like coarse teeth. * The matted thing that leaves its woman without the duck. * Hooking your poetry generator up to a receipt printer so people can print a new poem on demand. * Writing a poem and finding out what you meant later. * Soup repair. * A man who is nice on British TV but angry on American TV. * Old Enough! * An extremely relatable two year old. * Being tasked with juicing some oranges and spending the next hour chasing the dog.

The Coach Tony Franklin Podcast
Science For Quarterback Improvement Throwing Distance and Velocity And Injury Prevention From Biomechanics QB Expert Morey Croson

The Coach Tony Franklin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 66:51


Interview With Highly Respected QB Maker Morey Croson of Performance Lab of California...How the son of a prominent California high school football coach became an expert in improving performance in athletes of all ages and sports. The science to make you better.

Josh Cohen & The HomeTeam
5-13-22 HomeTeam HOUR ONE: Was this Heat success, or Sixers failure? Tina had yet ANOTHER driving related incident today, except this time she was THROWING PUNCHES!

Josh Cohen & The HomeTeam

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 44:30


Father Marc Paveglio's Podcast
May 13, 2022: Throwing Lifesavers

Father Marc Paveglio's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 7:24


Musings with Townsend and Preacher Man
Episode 102 - On Passion and Reason

Musings with Townsend and Preacher Man

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 48:57


It's happening again - we're all out here losing our minds and reacting, not thinking. Throwing fire into buildings, threatening people's lives over your right to kill in the first place, and assumptions on all the "revisions" that might come next. Is it true, is it real, are you serious?!What if it isn't the way it is? What if all of this comes from passionate reactions and not reasonable thinking? What if Christians are doing the same thing with Jesus? Townsend and Preacher Man spend this week's episode considering exactly that and come away with a confession that maybe we need to spend more time being reasonable people; reasonable followers of Christ.Got a question you want answered or a topic you'd like to hear Townsend and Preacher Man muse on? Let them know at mtpm.podcast@gmail.com !Intro music: "Royalty Free Music from Bensound" 

Miss ME Wit It Talk Radio Station - MMWI NETWORK RADIO
Throw It Back Thursdays 5-12-2022

Miss ME Wit It Talk Radio Station - MMWI NETWORK RADIO

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 29:52


Throwing it back to a moment in time.

Fred + Angi’s Throwback Throwdown
Dick Cheesecrest Throwing In Curveballs

Fred + Angi’s Throwback Throwdown

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 13:35


The Dan John Podcast
EP 143 - Family Time, Throwing, Round Back Training, and More

The Dan John Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 40:43


0:00 - Intro4:17 - Training Around Family Time10:48 - Throwing for Lifters13:51 - Goblet vs Back Squats17:06 - Round Back Training21:53 - Carry and Connect24:18 - Staying QII as a Teacher30:21 - Proportions for Back Squats33:44 - Finding Starting Weightshttps://www.patreon.com/coachdanjohnEnjoy!---Have a question? Send it to podcast@danjohnuniversity.com[Dan John University](https://www.danjohnuniversity.com)

Cleveland's Morning News with Wills and Snyder
Wills & Snyder: Guardians VS Twins Preview With Guards PBP Jim Rosenhaus - Covid Hist Guards Francona & Others - Deshaun Watson throwing During Phase II - Browns Share Video - Cleveland Beer-Restaurant News From Cleveland.com Marc Bona - Admiral

Cleveland's Morning News with Wills and Snyder

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 50:01


Bill & Mike Got Your Thursday Jumping With Guardians VS Twins Preview With Guards PBP Jim Rosenhaus - Covid Hist Guards Francona & Others - Deshaun Watson throwing During Phase II - Browns Share Video - Cleveland Beer-Restaurant News From Cleveland.com Marc Bona - Admiral Mike Parks-Red Cross On Smoke Alarms - John Matarese Don't Waste Your Money Consumer Reporter Talked Do this spring maintenance now to prevent costly problems later - Faith Furry Friends - The Senate voted on Wednesday on the Women's Health Protection Act. Does the Biden White House believe that a Supreme Court decision overturning Roe V. Wade will energize their base and allow Democrats to keep the House and Senate?-White House Correspondent Jon Decker - A new survey says that airline passengers are not happy-NBC News Radio Rory O'Neill took a look at what is driving the dissatisfaction, and what the airlines are doing to compensate

Screaming in the Cloud
Making “Devrelopment” Your Own with Priyanka Vergadia

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 36:29


About PriyankaPriyanka Vergadia is currently a Staff  Developer Advocate at Google Cloud where she works with enterprises to build and architect their cloud platforms. She enjoys building engaging technical content and continuously experiments with new ways to tell stories and solve business problems using Google Cloud tools. You can check out some of the stories that she has created for the developer community on the Google Cloud Platform Youtube channel. These include "Deconstructing Chatbots", "Get Cooking in Cloud", "Pub/Sub Made Easy" and more. ..Links Referenced: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pvergadia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/pvergadia Priyanka's book: https://www.amazon.com/Visualizing-Google-Cloud-Illustrated-References/dp/1119816327 TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: Finding skilled DevOps engineers is a pain in the neck! And if you need to deploy a secure and compliant application to AWS, forgettaboutit! But that's where DuploCloud can help. Their comprehensive no-code/low-code software platform guarantees a secure and compliant infrastructure in as little as two weeks, while automating the full DevSecOps lifestyle. Get started with DevOps-as-a-Service from DuploCloud so that your cloud configurations are done right the first time. Tell them I sent you and your first two months are free. To learn more visit: snark.cloud/duplo. Thats's snark.cloud/D-U-P-L-O-C-L-O-U-D. Corey: What if there were a single place to get an inventory of what you're running in the cloud that wasn't "the monthly bill?" Further, what if there were a way to compare that inventory to what you were already managing via Terraform, Pulumi, or CloudFormation, but then automatically add the missing unmanaged or drifted parts to it? And what if there were a policy engine to immediately flag and remediate a wide variety of misconfigurations? Well, stop dreaming and start doing; visit snark.cloud/firefly to learn more.Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud, I'm Corey Quinn. Periodically, I get the privilege of speaking to people who work in varying aspects of some would call it developer evangelism, some would call it developer advocacy, developer relations is a commonly accepted term, and I of course call it devrelopers because I enjoy annoying absolutely everyone by giving things terrible names. My guest today is Priyanka Vergadia, who is a staff developer advocate at Google Cloud. Priyanka, thank you for joining me.Priyanka: Thank you so much for having me. Corey. I'm so excited to be your developer—what did you call it again?Corey: Devreloper. Yes indeed.Priyanka: Devreloper. That is the term I'm going to be using from now on. I am a devreloper. Anyway.Corey: Excellent.Priyanka: Yeah.Corey: I'm starting to spread this out so that eventually we're going to form a giant, insufferable army of people who pronounce it that way, and it's going to be great.Priyanka: It's going to be awesome. [laugh].Corey: One of the challenges, even as I alluded to different titles within this space, everyone has a slightly different definition of where the role starts and stops, just in terms of its function, let alone the myriad ways that can be expressed. In the before times, I knew a number of folks in the developer advocacy space who were more or less worldwide experts in accumulating airline miles and racking up status and going from conference to conference to conference to more or less talk about things that had a tenuous at best connection to where they worked. Great. Other folks have done things in very different ways. Some people write extensively, blog posts and the rest, others build things a sample code, et cetera, et cetera.It seems like every time I talk to someone in the space, they have found some new and exciting way of carrying the message of what their company does to arguably a very cynical customer group. Where do you start and stop with your devrelopment?Priyanka: Yeah. So, that is such—like, all the devrelopers have their own style that they have either adopted or learned over time that works for them. When I started, I think about three years ago, I did go to conferences, did those events, give talks, all of that, but I was also—my actual introduction to DevRel [laugh] was with videos. I started creating my first series was deconstructing chatbots, and I was very interested in learning more about chatbots. So, I was like, you know what, I'm just going to teach everybody, and learn.So like, learn and teach at the same time was my motto, and that's kind of how I got started into, like, okay, I'm going to create a few videos to learn this and teach it. And during the process I was like, “I want to do this more.” And that's kind of transitioned, my move from being in front of customers, which I still end up doing, but I was doing more of just, you know, working with customers extensively to get their deployments done. This was a segue for me to, you know, think back, sit back and think about what's working and what I personally enjoy doing more, and that's what got me into creating videos. And it's like, okay, I'm going to become a devreloper now.And that's kind of how the whole, like, journey started. And for me, like you were pointing out earlier—should I just stop because I've been talking too long? [laugh].Corey: No, keep going. Please, [unintelligible 00:04:10] it's fine.Priyanka: [laugh]. For me, I started—I found my, I would say, in the last two years—it was all before the pandemic, we were all either writing blogs or doing videos or going to conferences, so it was, you know, the pandemic kind of brought us to a point where it's like, “Okay, let's think about—we can't meet each other; let's think about other ways to communicate and how can we make it creative and exciting?”Corey: And the old way started breaking down, too, where it's, “Yay, I'm going to watch an online conference.” “What is it?” “Oh, it's like a crappy Zoom only you don't have to pretend to pay attention in the same way.” And as a presenter, then you've got to modify what you're doing to understand that people's attention spans are shorter, distraction is always a browser tab away, and unlike a physical event, people don't feel the same sense of shame of getting up from the front row and weaving in front of 300 people, and not watching the rest of your talk. I mean, don't get me wrong, I'll still do it, but I'll feel bad about it.Now it's, “Oh, nope, I'm sitting here in my own little… hovel, I'm just going to do and watch whatever I want to do.” So, you've got to—it forces you to up your game, and it—Priyanka: Yep.Corey: Still doesn't quite have the same impact.Priyanka: Yeah. Or just switch off the camera, if you're like me, and just—uh, shut off the camera, go away or do something else. And, yeah, it's very easy to do that. So, it's not the same, which is why it prompted, I think all of us DevRel people to think about new ways to connect, which is for me that way to connect is art and visual aspects, to kind of bring that—because that—we are all whether we accept it or not or like it or not, we're all visual learners, so that's kind of how I think when it comes to creating content is visually appealing, and that's when people can dive in. [laugh].Corey: I am in the, I guess opposite side of the universe from you, where I acknowledge and agree with everything you're saying that people are visual creatures inherently, but I have effectively zero ability in that direction. My medium has always been playing games with words and language. And over time, I had the effectively significantly belated realization that wait a minute, just because I'm not good at a thing doesn't mean that other people might not be good at that thing, and I don't have to do every last part of it myself. Suddenly, I didn't have to do my own crappy graphic design because you can pay people who are worlds better than I'll ever be, and so on and so forth. I don't edit my own podcast audio because I'm bad at that, too.But talking about things is a different story, writing about things, building things is where I tend to see a lot of what I do tend to resonate. But I admit I bias for the things that I enjoy doing and the way that I enjoy consuming things. You do as well because relatively recently, as of time of this recording, you have done what I don't believe anyone actually wants to do. You wrote a book. Now, everyone wants to have written a book, but no one actually wants to write a book.Priyanka: So, true. [laugh].Corey: But it's not like most technical books. Tell me about it.Priyanka: Yeah, I actually never thought I would write a book. If you asked me two years ago—three years ago, I would say, I would have never thought that I would write a book because I am not a text person. So, I don't like to read a lot of texts because it zones out. So, for me, when I started creating some of these sketches, and sharing it on social media and in blogs and things like that, and gotten the attention that it has gotten from people, that's when I was like, okay, ding, ding, ding. I think I can do a visual book with these images.And this was like, halfway through, I'd already created, like, 30 sketches at this point. And I was like, “Okay, maybe I can turn this into a book,” which would be interesting for me because I like doing art-type things along with teaching, and it's not text because I wanted to do this in a very unique way. So yeah, that's kind of how it ended up happening.Corey: I have a keen appreciation for people who approach things with a different point of view. One of your colleagues, Forrest Brazeal, took a somewhat similar approach in the in his book, The Read Aloud Cloud, where it was illustrated, and everything he did was in rhyme, which is a constant source of envy for me, where it's, “Mmm, I've got to find a way to one-up him again.” And it's… he is inexorable, as far as just continuing to self-improve. So, all right, we're going to find a way to wind up defeating that. With you, it's way easier.I read a book, like, wow, this is gorgeous and well-written that it's attractive to look at, and I will never be able to do any of those things. That's all you. It doesn't feel like we're trying to stand at the same spot in the universe in quite the same way. Nothing but love for Forrest. Let's be clear. I am teasing. I consider him a friend.Priyanka: He is amazing. Well honestly, like, I actually got to know Forrest when I decided to do this book. Wiley, who's the publisher, sent me Forrest's book, and he said, “You should look at this book because the idea that you are presenting to me, we could lay it out in this format.” Like, in the, you know, physical format. So, he sent me that book. And that's how I know Forrest, honestly.So, I told him that—this is a little story that I told him after. But anyway, yeah. I—the—[sigh]—I was going to make a point about the vid—the aspect of creating images, like, honestly, like, I designed the aspects of, like, how you layout information in the sketches, I studied a bunch of stuff to come up with, how do I make it precise and things like that. But there's no way this book was possible without some design help. Like, I can't possibly do the entire thing unless I have, like, five years. [laugh]. So—Corey: Right on top of all of this, you do presumptively have a day job as well—and while—Priyanka: Exactly.Corey: This is definitely related. “I'm just going to go write a book.” “Oh, is it a dissertation?” “No, it's going to look more like a children's book than that,” is what they're going to hear. And it's yeah, I'm predicting some problems with the performance evaluation process at large companies when you start down those paths.Priyanka: Exactly. So, I ended up, like, showing all these numbers, like, of the blog views and reads and social media, the presence of some of these images that were going wider. And in the GCPSketchnote GitHub repo got a huge number of stars. And it was like, everybody could see that writing a book would be amazing. From that point on, I was just like, I don't think I can scale that.So, when I was drawing—this is an example—when I drew my first sketch, it took me an entire weekend to just draw one sketch, which is what—I was only doing that the entire weekend—like, assume, like, 16 hours of work, just drawing the one sketch. So, if I went with that pace, this book was not possible. So, you know, after I had the idea laid out, had the process in place, I got some design help, which made it—which expedited the process much, much faster. [laugh].Corey: There's a lot to be said, for doing something that you enjoy. Do you do live sketchnoting during conference talks as well, or do you tend to not do it while someone is talking at a reasonably fast clip, and well, in 45 minutes, this had better be done, so let's go. I've seen people who can do that, and I just marvel in awe at what they do.Priyanka: I don't do live. I don't do live sketching. For me, paper and pen is a better medium so that's just the medium that I like to work with. So, when the talk is happening, I'm actually taking notes on a pen and a paper. And then after, I can sketch it out, faster in a fast way.Like, I did one sketchnote for Next 2020, I think, and that was done, like, a day after Next was over so I could take all the bits and pieces that were important and put it into that sketch. But I can't do it live. That's just one of the things I haven't figured out yet. [laugh].Corey: For me, I was always writing my email newsletter, so it was relatively rapid turnaround, and Twitter was interesting for me. I finally cracked the nut on how to express myself in a way that worked. The challenge that I ran into then was okay, there are thoughts I occasionally have that don't lend themselves to then 140—now 280—characters, so I should probably start writing long-form. And then I want to start writing 1000 to 1500-word blog posts every week that goes out. And that forced me to become a better writer across the board. And then it became about one-upping myself, sort of, live-tweeting conference talks.And the personal secret of why I do that is I'm ADHD in a bottle. Someone gets on stage—you say you zone out when you read a giant quantity of data; you prefer something more visual, more interactive. For me, I'm the opposite, where when someone gets on stage and starts talking, it's, “Okay, get to—yes, you're doing the intro of what a cloud might be. I get that point. This is supposed to be a more advanced talk. Can we speed it up a bit?”And doing the live-tweeting about it, but not just relating what is said, but by making a joke about it, it's how I keep myself engaged and from zoning out. Because let's face it, this industry is extraordinarily boring, if you don't bring a little bit of light to it.Priyanka: Yeah, that is—Corey: And that how to continue and how to do that was hard, and it took me time to get there.Priyanka: Yeah. Yeah, no, I totally agree. Like, that's exactly why I got into, like, training videos and sketches. Like, and videos and also. Like, I come up with, like, fake examples of companies that may or may not exist.Like, I made up a dog shoe making company that ships out shoes when you need them and then return them and there's a size and stuff, like, you have to come up with interesting things to make the content interesting because otherwise, this can get boring pretty quickly, which is going back to your example of, “Speed it up; get to the point.” [laugh].Corey: This episode is sponsored in parts by our friend EnterpriseDB. EnterpriseDB has been powering enterprise applications with PostgreSQL for 15 years. And now EnterpriseDB has you covered wherever you deploy PostgreSQL on premises, private cloud, and they just announced a fully managed service on AWS and Azure called BigAnimal, all one word. Don't leave managing your database to your cloud vendor because they're too busy launching another half dozen manage databases to focus on any one of them that they didn't build themselves. Instead, work with the experts over at EnterpriseDB. They can save you time and money, they can even help you migrate legacy applications, including Oracle, to the cloud.To learn more, try BigAnimal for free. Go to biganimal.com/snark, and tell them Corey sent you.Corey: It's always just fun to start experimenting with it, too, because all right, once I was done learn learning how to live-tweet other people's talk and mostly get it correct because someone says something, I have three to five seconds to come up with what I want to talk about and maybe grab a picture and then move on to the next thing. And it's easy to get that wrong and say things you don't necessarily intend to and get taken the wrong way. I've mostly gotten past that. And—I'm not saying I'm always right, but I better than I used to be. And then it was okay, “How do I top this?”And I started live-tweeting conference talks that I was giving live, which is always fun, but being able to pre-write some tweets at certain times, have certain webhooks in your slide deck and whatnot that fire these things off. And again, I'm not saying that he this is recommended or even a good idea, but it definitely wasn't boring. And—Priyanka: Yeah.Corey: And continue to find ways to make the same type of material new and interesting is one of the challenges because the stuff is complex.Priyanka: Also bite-size, right? Like, it's—I think Twitter is, like, the [unintelligible 00:15:54] words are obviously limiting, but it also forces you to think about it in bite-size, right? Like, okay, if I have a blog post then I'm summarizing it, how would I do it in two sentences? It forces me to think about it that way, which makes it very applicable to the time span that we have now, right, which is maybe, like, 30 seconds, you can have somebody on [unintelligible 00:16:18]Corey: Attention is a rare and precious commodity.Priyanka: Yeah. Yeah.Corey: People who [unintelligible 00:16:21] engagement, I think that's the wrong metric to go after because that inspires a whole bunch of terrible incentives, whereas finding something that is interesting, and a way to bring light to it and have a perspective on it that makes people think about it differently. For me, it's been humor, but that's my own approach to things. Your direction, it seems to be telling a story through visual arts. And that is something we don't see nearly as much of.Priyanka: Yeah. I think it's also because it's something that you—you know, like, I grew up drawing and painting. I was drawing since I was three years old, so that's my way of thinking. Like, I don't—I was talking to another devreloper the other day, and we were talking about—Corey: It's catching on. I love it.Priyanka: —[laugh]. Two different ways of how we think. So, for me, when I design a piece of content, I have my visuals first, and then he was talking about when he designs his content, he has his bullet points and a blog post first. So, it's like, two very different ways of approaching this similar thing. And then from that, from the images or the deck that I'm building up, I would come up with the narrative and stuff like that.My thinking starts with images and narrative of tying, like, the images together. But it's, that is the whole, like, fun of being in DevRel, right? Like, you are your own personality, and bringing whatever your personality, like you mentioned, humor and your case, art in my case, in somebody else's case, it could be totally different thing, right? So, yeah.Corey: Now, please correct me if I'm wrong on this, but an area of emphasis for you has been data analytics as well as Kubernetes, more or less things that are traditionally considered to be much more back-end if you're looking at a spectrum of all things technology. Is that directionally accurate, or am I dramatically is understanding a lot of what you're saying?Priyanka: No, that's very much accurate. I like to—I tend to be on the infrastructure back-and creating pipeline, creating easier processes, sort of person, not much into front-end. I dabble into it, but don't enjoy it. [laugh].Corey: This makes you something of a unicorn, in the sense of there are a tremendous number of devreloper types in the front-end slash JavaScript world because their entire career is focused on making things look visually appealing. That is what front-end is. I know this because I am rubbish at it. My idea of a well-designed interface that everyone looks at and smiles at [unintelligible 00:19:12] of command-line arguments when you're writing a script for something. And it's on a green screen, and sometimes I'll have someone helped me coordinate to come up with a better color palette for the way that I'm looking at my terminal on my Mac. Real exciting times over here, I assure you.So, the folks who are working in that space and they have beautifully designed slides, yeah, you tend to expect that. I gave a talk years ago at the front-end conference in Zurich, and I was speaking in the afternoon. And I went there and every presentation, slides were beautiful. And this was before I was working here and had a graphic designer on retainer to make my slides look not horrible. It was black Helvetica text on a white background, and I'm looking at this and I'm feeling ashamed that it's—okay, I have two hours to fix this. What do I do?I did the only thing I could think of; I changed Helvetica text to Comic Sans because if it's going to look terrible and it's going to be a designer thing that puts them off, you may as well go all-in. And that was a recurring meme at the time. I've since learned that there is an argument—I don't know if it's true or not—that Comic Sans is easier to read for folks with dyslexia, for example. And that's fine. I don't know if that's accurate or not, but I stopped making jokes about it just because if people—even if it's not true, and people believe that it's, “Are you being unintentionally crappy to people?” It's, “Well, I sure hope not. I'm rarely intentionally crappy. But when I do, I don't want to be mistaken for not being.” It's, save it up and use it when it counts.Priyanka: Yeah, yeah. I've—yeah, I think, when it comes to these big events—and like front-end for me is—I would think, like, I actually thought that I would be great at front-end because I have interest in art and stuff. I do make things that [crosstalk 00:20:57]—Corey: That's my naive assumption, too. I'm learning as you speak here. Please continue[.Priyanka: Yeah. And I was just—I thought that I would be and I have tried it, and I only like it to an extent, to present my idea. But I don't like to go in deeper and, like, make my CSS pretty or make this—make it look pretty. I am very much intrigued by all the back-end stuff, and most of my experience, over the past ten years in Cloud has been in the back-end stuff, mainly just because I love APIs, I love—like, you know, as long as I can connect, or the idea of creating a demo or something that involves a bunch of APIs and a back-end, to present an idea in a front-end, I would work on that front-end. But otherwise, I'm not going to choose to do it. [laugh]. Which I found interesting for myself as well. It's a realization. [laugh].Corey: Every time I try and do something with front-end, it doesn't matter the framework, I find myself more confused at the end than I was when I started. There's something I don't get. And anytime I see someone on Twitter, for example, talking about how a front-end is easier or somehow less than, I read that and I can't help myself. It's, “You ridiculous clown. You have no idea what you're talking about.”I don't believe that I'm bad at all of the things under engineering—just most of them—and I think I pick things up reasonably quickly. It is a mystery that does not align with this, and if it's easy for you, you don't recognize—arguably—a skill that you have, but not everyone does, by a landslide. And that's a human nature thing, too. It's if it was easy for me, it's obviously easy for everyone. If something's hard for me, no one would understand how this works and the people that do are wizards from the future.Priyanka: Yep. So true.Corey: It never works that way.Priyanka: Yeah. It never works that way. At least we have this in common, that you don't like to work on front-ends. [laugh].Corey: There's that too. And I think that no matter where you fall on the spectrum of technology, I would argue that something that we all share in common is, it doesn't matter how far we are down in the course of our entire career, from the very beginning to the very end, it is always a consistent, constant process of being humbled and made to feel like a fool by things you are supposedly professionally good at. And oh my stars, I've just learned to finally give up and embrace it. It's like, “So, what's going to make me feel dumb today?”Priyanka: Exactly.Corey: It's the learn in public approach, which is important.Priyanka: It's so important. Especially, like, if you're thinking about it, like that's the part of DevRel that makes it so exciting, too, right? Like, just learning a new thing today and sharing it with you. Like, I'm not claiming that I'm an expert, but hey, let's talk about it. And sure, I might end up looking dumb one day, I might end up looking smart the other day, but that's not the point. The point is, I end up learning every day, right? And that's the most important part, which is why I love this particular job, which is—what did we call it—devreloper.Corey: Devreloping. And as a part of that, you're talking to people constantly, be it people in the community and ecosystem, people who—you say you've talk to customers, but you also talk to these other folks. I would challenge you on that, where when you're at a company like Google Cloud, increasingly everyone in the community in the ecosystem is in one way or another, indistinguishable from being your customer; it all starts to converge at some point. All major cloud providers have that luxury, to be perfectly honest. What do you see in the ecosystem that people are struggling with as you talk to them?And again, any one person is going to have a problem or bone to pick with some particular service or implementation, and okay, great. What I'm always interested in is what is the broad sweep of things? Because when I hear someone complaining that a given service from a given cloud provider is terrible. Okay, great. Everyone has an opinion. When I started to hear that four or five, six times, it's okay, there's something afoot here, and now I'm curious as to what it is. What patterns are you seeing emerge these days?Priyanka: Yeah. I think more and more patterns along the lines of how can you make it automated? How can you make anything automated, right? Like, from machine learning's perspective, how do I not need ML skills to build an ML model? Like, how can we get there faster, right?Same for, like, in the infrastructure side, the serverless… aspect? How can you make it easy for me so I can just build an application and just deploy it so it becomes your problem to run it and not mine?Corey: Oh, the—you are preaching to the choir on that. I feel like all of these services that talk about, “This is how you build and train a machine learning model,” yadda, yadda, it's for an awful lot of the use cases out there, it's exposing implementation details about which I could not possibly care less. It's the, I want an API that I throw something at—like, be it a picture—and then I want to get a response of, “Yes, it's a hot dog,” or, “That's disgusting,” or whatever it is that it decides that it wants to say, great because that's the business outcome I'm after, and I do not care what wizardry happens on the back-end, I don't care if it's people who are underpaid and working extremely quickly by hand to do it, as long as it's from a business perspective, it hits a certain level of performance, reliability, et cetera. And then price, of course, yeah.And that is not to say I'm in favor of exploiting people, let's be clear here because I'm pretty sure most of these are not actually humans on the back-end, but okay. I just want that as the outcome that I think people are after, and so much of the conversation around how to build and train models and all misses the point because there are companies out there that need that, absolutely, there are, but there are a lot more that need the outcome, not the focus on this. And let's face it, an awful lot of businesses that would benefit from this don't have the budget to hire the team of incredibly expensive people it takes to effectively leverage these things because I have an awful lot of observations about people in machine learning space, one of them is absolutely not that, “Wow, I bet those people are inexpensive for me to hire.” It doesn't work that way.Priyanka: It doesn't. Yeah. And so, yeah. I think the future of, like, the whole cloud space, like, when it started, we started with how can I run my server not in my basement, but somewhere else, right? Now, we are at a different stage where we have a different sets of problems and requirements for businesses, right?And that's where I see it growing. It's like, how can I make this automated fast, not my problem? How can I make it not my problem is, like, the biggest [laugh] biggest, I think, theme that we are seeing, whether it's infrastructure, data science, data analytics, in all of these spaces.Corey: I get a lot of interesting feedback for my comparative takes on the various cloud providers, and one thing that I've said for a while about Google Cloud has been that its developer experience is unparalleled compared to basically anything else on the market. It makes things just work, and that's important because a bad developer experience has the unfortunate expression—at least for me—of, “Oh, this isn't working the way I want it to. I must be dumb.” No, it's a bad user experience for you. What I am seeing emerge as well from Google Cloud is an incredible emphasis—and I do think they're aligned here—on storytelling, and doing so effectively.You're there communicating visually; Forrest is there, basically trying to be the me of Google Cloud—which is what I assume he's doing; he would argue everything about that and he'd be right to do it, but that's what I'm calling it because this is my show; he can come on and argue with me himself if he takes issue with it. But I love the emphasis on storytelling and unifying solutions and the rest, as opposed to throwing everything at the wall to see what sticks to it. I think there's more intention being put into an awful lot of not just what you're building, but how you're talking about it, now it's integrated with the other things that you're building. That's no small thing.Priyanka: Yeah. That is so hard, especially when you know the cloud space; like, hundreds of products, they all have their unique requirement to solve a problem, but nobody cares, right? Like, as a consumer, I shouldn't have to care that there are 127 products or whatever. It doesn't matter to me as a consumer or customer, all that matters is whether I can solve my business problem with a set of your tools, right? So, that's exactly why, like, we have this team that I work in that I'm a part of, which has an entire focus on storytelling.We do YouTube videos with storytelling, we do art like this, I've also dabbled into comics a little bit. And we continue to go back to the drawing board with how else we can tell these stories. I know—I mentioned this to Forrest—I'm working on a song as well, which I have never done before, and [laugh] I think I'm going to butcher it. I kind of have it ready for, like, six months but never released it, right, because I'm just too scared to do that. [laugh] but anyway.Corey: Ship and then turn the internet off for a week and it'll be gone regardless, by the time you come back. Problem solved until the reporters start calling, and then you have problems.Priyanka: I might have to just do that, and be, like, you know what world? Keep saying whatever you want to say, I'm not here. [laugh]. But anyway, going back to that point of storytelling, and it's so—I think we have weaved it into the process. And it's going really well, and now we are investing more in, like, R&D and doing more of how we can tell stories in different ways.Corey: I have to say, I'm a big fan of the way that you're approaching this. If people want to learn more about what you're up to—and arguably, as I argue they should get a copy of your book because it is glorious—where's the best place to find you?Priyanka: Thank you. Okay, so LinkedIn and Twitter are my platforms that I check every single day, so you can message me, connect with me, I am available as—my handle is pvergadia. I don't know if they have [crosstalk 00:31:11]—Corey: Oh, this is all going in the [show notes 00:31:13] you need not worry.Priyanka: Okay, perfect. So yeah, I don't have to spell it because my last name is hard. [laugh]. So, you'll find it in the show notes. But yeah, you can connect with me there. And you will find at the top of both of my profiles, the link to order the book, so you can do it there.Corey: Excellent. And I've already done so, and I'm just waiting for it to arrive. So, this is—it's going to be an exciting read if nothing else. One of these days, I'd have to actually live-tweet a reading thereof. We'll see how that plays out.Priyanka: That would be amazing.Corey: Be careful what you wish for. Some of the snark could be a little too cutting; we have to be cautious of that.Priyanka: [laugh]. I'm always scared of your tweets. Like, do I want to read this or not? [laugh].Corey: If nothing else, it at least tries to be funny. So, there is that.Priyanka: Yes. Yes, for sure.Corey: I really—Priyanka: No, I'm excited. I'm excited for when you get a chance to read it and just tweet whatever you feel like, from, you know, all the bits and pieces that I've brought together. So, I would love to get your take. [laugh].Corey: Oh, you will, one way or another. That's one of those non-optional things. It's one of the fun parts of dealing with me. It's, “Aw crap. That shitposter is back again.” Like the kid outside of your yard just from across the street, staring at your house and pointing and it's, “Oh, dear. Here we go.” Throwing stones.Priyanka: [laugh]. I'm excited either way. [laugh].Corey: He's got a platypus with him this time. What's going on? It happens. We deal with what we have to. Thank you so much for being so generous with your time. I appreciate it.Priyanka: Thank you so much for having me. It was amazing. You are a celebrity, and I wanted to be, you know, a part of your show for a long time, so I'm glad we're able to make it work.Corey: You are welcome back anytime.Priyanka: I will. [laugh].Corey: An absolute pleasure to talk with you. Thanks again.Priyanka: Thank you.Corey: Priyanka Vergadia staff developer—but you call it developer advocate—at Google Cloud. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn, and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on whatever platform you're using to listen to this thing, whereas if you've hated it, please do the exact same thing, making sure to hit the like and subscribe buttons on the YouTubes because that's where it is. But if you did hate it, also leave an insulting, angry comment but not using words. I want you to draw a picture telling me exactly what you didn't like about this episode.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.Announcer: This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.

Ugly Pike Podcast
Episode 108 - Dr. Sean Landsman pt 2

Ugly Pike Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 46:57


In this second part of our discussion with Dr. Sean Landsman we dive deep into tactics and strategies employed when going after muskies.  Discussion includes: Out of the box strategies to locating muskies  Boat positioning and casting direction How do muskies stalk their prey/what sensory systems do they use to hunt Bait selection and colour Throwing baits muskies are familiar with vs no familiar with

#TeamPXY On Demand
Savage or Sensible - Throwing Your Grad a Graduation Party Even Though They Don't Really Want One, But You Want them to Get More Money

#TeamPXY On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 12:13


You can always reach out to us if you have something you want to throw on to the savage scale like this listener did... "Hey guys! My husband and I have been going back and forth about throwing a graduation party for our soon to be grad. When we originally asked him if he wanted one, he was pretty indifferent. Since then we've pressed him a little more on it and I'm getting the impression he doesn't really want one. My husband says he doesn't care if our teen wants one or not, he's getting one because of all the extra money he'll end up getting. Do you think it would be savage of us to throw the party even though our grad isn't really into it?"

Real Estate Coaching Radio
Real Estate Training | Introverts Real Estate Success Plan

Real Estate Coaching Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 45:13


The Introvert's Guide to Being a Real Estate Rock Star:   15 Points That Will Transform Your Business (and personal) Life.  Myth: You have to be a real people person to be successful in real estate. You've got to be outgoing, gregarious, and socially comfortable to be great at this. Fact: Some of the most successful top-producing agents and brokers in the country are self-proclaimed introverts. How do you know if you're a natural introvert or an extrovert?  Ask yourself what you'd do if you had no appointments this weekend and no worries in the world with plenty of time to spend doing something of your choice. Would you choose to spend that time with friends and family? Would you choose to spend the time by yourself? Going to a party? Throwing a party yourself?   Reminder, you promised yourself you would become a HARRIS Coaching client. You are done wasting time and ready to follow a proven path. Now, while you are here make the next natural step and join the 1000s of other agents as a HARRIS Real Estate University coaching member. No more waiting or procrastinating. Join now. Here is the quick and simple enrollment.—-> YES, Enroll Me Now In Premier Coaching. I WILL make NOW my best year ever!  What would your plans be? If your plans are focused on being around other people, you're likely a natural extravert. If your plans are to finish that book you've been working on, and snuggled into your favorite reading chair, you're probably a natural introvert. Would it surprise you to know that all of these famous and successful people are introverts? Emma Watson, Eleanor Roosevelt, Bill Gates, Christina Aguilera, Warren Buffet, Michael Jordan, Albert Einstein, Gwyneth Paltrow, Harrison Ford, David Letterman, and Steven Speilberg. In fact, introverts can be very powerful speakers, salespeople, entertainers, entrepreneurs, actors, and leaders of all sorts.   So how do they do it? Is there some super-secret strategy that you can learn and deploy? Society has long rewarded the more outgoing, attention-grabbing types of personalities and tended to ostracize the introverts. It's ok and even beneficial to be yourself, to not try to force yourself into becoming the quintessential 'Driver Personality' if that is not you.   How many agents have become messed up in their heads because they 'weren't a driver or an expressive' on the overly used DISC personality test? You can be successful, keeping your innate personality intact, but learning and internalizing some specific strategies. This way you'll navigate more easily in the fast-paced, often aggressive, and competitive world of real estate. 15 Strategies That Will Change Your Life 1 - Have confidence in the person you are. The more comfortable you are in your own skin, the less you will allow criticism to affect you. 2 - Use scripts that don't sound like scripts.  Know your material cold. Knowledge equals confidence and ignorance equals fear, so choose to be confident. Introverts do tend to be perfectionists, thus you tend NOT to speak up until you're confident. Memorize, internalize and then personalize the scripts. 3 - Recharge your mental, emotional and spiritual batteries every day. What makes you tick? Introverts are rejuvenated by quiet, dedicated time to themselves. This can be a walk, meditating, biking or just reading for 20 minutes. Re-fill your cup routinely! 4 - Act as if you're an extrovert without losing yourself. Who do you know that has positive and outgoing traits and is well respected? Begin to blend your natural tendencies with a few other traits that will increase your versatility. This isn't to say that you should be "fake". In fact, you might find out that you actually have some latent outgoing traits already within you. Most people do. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Echo Show - the all things Alexa podcast
TES80 Quick Fire Trivia Quiz and Lemonade Stand

The Echo Show - the all things Alexa podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 36:20


It's all about quality over quantity this week (ahem) - and Shaun's poorly so he gets extra bonus points for heroicly soldiering on. What a guy!

Stephanie Knows Some Shit
Throwing a Party

Stephanie Knows Some Shit

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 43:46


Stephanie Cmar knows some shit about throwing a party! Stephanie and her cohost Joel Murphy discuss Stephanie's catering business, the importance of exclamation points and a few party disasters Stephanie has witnessed firsthand.  (You can support the show and your local bookstores by purchasing books through our bookshop.) Theme Song: "Exotica" by Juanitos Stephanie Knows Some Shit is part of the Peak Sloth Podcast Network. Hear more shows at PeakSloth.com.

Auto Talk Radio with Brian Bowersock of The West Automotive Group
Charging for proper diagnosis and why free scans and throwing parts at a problem will cost you more!

Auto Talk Radio with Brian Bowersock of The West Automotive Group

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 51:45


Auto Talk | 05.07.22 Support the show: https://theautomantv.com/auto-talk-radio/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Perception & Action Podcast
402 – Regulating Motor Redundancy in Throwing

The Perception & Action Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 19:51


What are the invariant and variant properties in accurate throwing actions? How do skilled performers exploit redundancy in ball release and body level degrees of freedom?   Articles:Utilizing hierarchical redundancy for accurate throwing movement   More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Research Gate Page (pdfs of my articles) My ASU Web page Podcast Facebook page (videos, pics, etc)   Subscribe in iOS/Apple Subscribe in Anroid/Google   Support the podcast and receive bonus content   Credits: The Flamin' Groovies – ShakeSome Action Mark Lanegan - Saint Louis Elegy via freemusicarchive.org and jamendo.com

SMACC
Overcoming the Great Resignation through Realisation: Part 1

SMACC

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 17:48


This episode discusses the effect of the pandemic on healthcare professionals at an individual level, and how this has broad reaching ramifications at a team and industry level across different country contexts.   IN THIS PODCAST PETER BRINDLEY IS JOINED BY HUGH MONTGOMERY, LIZ CROWE, AND SHELLY DEV TO DISCUSS WELLNESS, RESILIENCE, BURN OUT AND BEING A HEALTHCARE WORKER IN THE WORLD NOW. THIS EPISODE EXPLORES JOB SECURITY, PUBLIC RECOGNITION, AND THE EFFECT OF THE PANDEMIC AT A PERSONAL LEVEL FOR DOCTORS AND NURSES.   In the context of the pandemic, the good comes with the bad – as Liz explains. Throughout the pandemic we have seen health care professionals experience trying work conditions the world over. However, it is one of the few industries that did not experience staff layoffs and work reduction. On the other hand, all healthcare systems in the world are imperfect. Throwing a pandemic into the mix produced even more challenges. It was therefore unlikely that the mental health and satisfaction from work was going to improve over the past two years. Hugh discusses the disposition of healthcare workers in London during the pandemic – one of the hardest hit regions in the world. Whilst the pandemic initially provided an opportunity for intensive care doctors and nurses to do what they are trained to do; the ongoing nature has proven to be challenging. The doctors in his system are weary – both mentally and physically. Shelly highlights the touching nature of working within a close team during this difficult period. In her experience there is a comradery that has been emphasised through the pandemic. However, Shelly states that even in non-pandemic times healthcare workers have struggled to cultivate a healthy relationship with the rest of their lives outside of work. Therefore, her first thoughts at the start of the pandemic were not of the intellectually interesting challenge, but rather what was going to happen with her family. On a broader scale, Shelly posits these hardships may lead to more and more healthcare professionals leaving the industry.   Tune in to this authentic perspective on healthcare worker wellbeing with Peter Brindley, Hugh Montgomery, Liz Crowe & Shelly Dev. Overcoming the Great Resignation through Realisation: Part 1 For more like this, head to our podcast page. #CodaPodcast     This podcast is brought to you by Teleflex

Chelsea FanCast
“Throwing It All Away” Chelsea FanCast #898

Chelsea FanCast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 145:54


Stamford Chidge and Jonathan Kydd are joined by Tony Glover and Alex Churchill to look back at another episode of Chelsea throwing it all away in the last minute against Wolves!On the show tonight, in part one, we ask how well did Lukaku and Pulisic do; another appalling referee; Tuchel's post-match points and his strange substitutions and like death and taxes, Chelsea getting done in the transition again.In part two we ask is it the players or Tuchel at fault; how much of a clear out do we need and how does this leave us in the top 4 run in. Oh, and what did we think of Todd Boehly's presence at the Bridge?In part three, we have some cracking emails to read out and to wrap in part four we preview Wednesday night's match against Leeds. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Injuries 101 Podcast
Doctor discuses surgery on his Throwing Shoulder!!! Will he ever be the same?

Injuries 101 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 4:52


Dr. Jesse Morse discusses the magnitude of the shoulder surgery for Jimmy Garoppolo and wonders if he will ever be the same after this procedure. __________________________________________________________________________ Thank you to DonJoy Performance for sponsoring this video! Get 20% Off football products with Promo Code TFD20 at www.donjoyperformance.com/football#DJO #PoweringMotion #sportsmedicine #sportsinjury __________________________________________________________________________ Get your TFD Hoodies, T-shirts, and other apparel here - https://the-fantasy-doctors.creator-spring.com/ TFD APP info: - What it is? All the best sports follows on Twitter in one easy place plus injury reports, and videos for the 4 main sports - Promo video: https://youtu.be/FsLqXEynz1o - More info here: https://thefantasydoctorsapp.com/ - How to use tutorial video: https://youtu.be/kvVvNlTKcd0 - Notifications only are for new injuries. - Available on the Apple and Google Play App Stores. __________________________________________________________________________ NFL Injury Reports - Bookmark them and check daily https://thefantasydoctors.com/nfl-injury-tracker/ - Also available on TFD App (white medical button, middle bottom) - Detailed/Advanced version available on: https://tfdinjurydraftguide.com/ __________________________________________________________________________ Follow us on Social Media - Twitter / IG / TikTok / Facebook - @TheFantasyDRS @TFDNBA, @TFDNFL, @TFDMLB, @TFDNHL - @DrJesseMorse @seleneparekhMD @amarpatelMD @Harjas_Grewal 00:00 Intro 00:45 Buffalo vs New England 01:00 Cincinnati vs Las Vegas 01:15 Tampa Bay vs Philadelphia 02:22 Dallas vs San Francisco 03:16 Kansas City vs Pittsburgh 05:29 Bengals 06:18 Titans 07:51 49ers 10:00 Packers 11:30 Buccaneers 13:11 Rams 15:06 Bills 15:27 Chiefs ___________________________________________________________________________ If you're interested in advertising with us, send us an email at: TheFantasyDRS@gmail.com

Straight Up With Sturg
The Rob Brown Show-Throwing Beer- 5-09-22 Hr 1

Straight Up With Sturg

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 38:53


Rob and Lonzo talk Kentucky Derby, Throwing Beer at games, and MMA Herpes.

Apple News Today
Why Putin is throwing a parade while attacking Ukraine

Apple News Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 11:32


As Russia seeks a propaganda victory with a huge military parade in Red Square, there is new concern about how Moscow views the U.S.’s evolving approach to the war in Ukraine. The New Yorker reports. Five members of Congress spoke to Elle about their personal abortion experiences. A Bloomberg Businessweek reporter embedded with a wedding planner for the ultrawealthy to find out what goes into planning a multimillion-dollar wedding. A $34.99 Goodwill purchase turned out to be a lost treasure from around the first century. The San Antonio Express-News has the story.

Kerusso Daily Devotional
Stepping Up For a Brother

Kerusso Daily Devotional

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 1:51


The Bible has a lot to say about how we are to treat each other on our life's journey. One story in particular in Genesis shows us how to resist peer pressure, especially when someone's life is in danger. In fact, this story really captures the essence of what we're talking about this week.   John 15:13 says, “Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one's life for one's friends."   Jacob had sons, but one was his favorite. Joseph was younger than his brothers and for various reasons, most of them became jealous of him. Not much different than the brother of the Prodigal's son.   One day, the brothers were working and saw Joseph approaching them. He'd been sent by his father to check on them. It sounds crazy, but they decided to kill him! Throwing him in a well, they left him for dead.   But not all his brothers hated him. Reuben went back to rescue him, but…well, the story is long and you should read it for yourself! But just know that Reuben risked his own life to save his younger brother.   Would we do the same?   Most of us will lead fairly safe lives, especially if we are Americans. We are crazy blessed. But the day might come when you have to step up for someone in trouble. Make sure you're ready. Make sure you act like Reuben.   Let's pray. Lord, you strengthen even the weakest of us. Help us to do the right thing when given the chance. Amen.

'The Show' w/ Dan & Joe: Presented by BSBLR
17 Year Old Throwing 96 MPH at 5'10: MJ Seo Interview | 'The Show' w/ Dan & Joe

'The Show' w/ Dan & Joe: Presented by BSBLR

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 21:31


Welcome to Episode 6 of 'The Show' w/ Dan & Joe. We sat down with one of the top players in the '23 class, MJ Seo, to talk about how he got to where he is today. Kid is a grinder and has a BRIGHT future ahead -- ton of gems to take away from this episode. ALSO POCKET RADAR GIVEAWAY. SUBSCRIBE. thanks.

Throwing Down w/ Renee & Miesha
Throwing Down's Mother's Day Celebration!

Throwing Down w/ Renee & Miesha

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 52:46


In honor of Mother's Day, Renee and Miesha discuss how motherhood has changed their careers (0:27), and speak with other moms across combat sports like pro wrestling icon Mickie James (10:15), boxing trailblazer Heather Hardy (25:20), and UFC bantamweight champ Julianna Peña (36:07).

Authenticated: The Die-cast Collector’s Podcast from Lionel Racing

To celebrate the kickoff of the Official Throwback Weekend of NASCAR at Darlington Raceway, we chat with NASCAR driver Ryan Preece about his throwback Truck for Darlington and lots more about his career and his 2022 season to date. We also recap all the excitement from the Dover Motor Speedway, where Chase Elliott and Josh Berry picked up popular, and confetti-filled, victories that are sure to make for must-have race win die-cast from Lionel Racing. We also preview all the awesome throwback die-cast available ahead of the Darlington race and have a lot more fun throughout the show!

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts
Throwing Heat, Young Evan & Whatever Man

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 27:10


The guys wonder if they can hit a pitcher throwing 90 MPH gas. Evan remembers when he was young and he met Jeter and A-Rod. And Gerrit Cole is the gift that keeps on giving.

The PUSH Performance Podcast
How to make in-season adjustments without throwing athletes off.

The PUSH Performance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 39:36


Our Director of Pitching, Andrew Amato, is back on the show. Andrew, along with DJ, talk all things in-season adjustments including:  Biggest issue high school pitchers struggle with and what to do about it.  Body awareness when training in-season.  Andrew's favorite "go-to things" in the weight room to address mental or physical blocks.  How to take a step back and realize pitching issues often aren't because you have bad mechanics.  Don't forget to rate and subscribe to get new baseball development content weekly. Instagram/Twitter: @pushperformco

TBTL- Too Beautiful to Live
#3672 The Ancient Art Of Belgian Phone Throwing

TBTL- Too Beautiful to Live

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 89:14


Something incredible happened to Luke earlier this week, and he didn't even plan on telling us about it. What the heck? He and Andrew also discuss the story of a woman who called 911 after falling down into an outhouse toilet. 

The Ryan Kelley Morning After
04-28-22 Segment 1 Throwing Butts and Missing Putts

The Ryan Kelley Morning After

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 71:46


Doug let's get into it, Cardinals win. Mets hurler throwing some chin music to our decorated third sacker, leading to a little bench clearing brew-ha-ha. Pete Alonso with some choice words about our local nine. Stubby Clapp was out there poking and prodding. The issue wasn't the IHBP, it was throwing at the dome. Is Iggy peeved this morn? Iggy had to walk up the stairs and isn't happy about it. Iggy's performance yesterday with the STL Tax Lawyer. Iggy flicking his cigarette on the first tee. Jackson's putting on 18 was shaky at best. Caller Ellen joins us to apologize for her comments. Are the PIP's backing away now or doubling down? P & G spent some time on it. The spelling of P & G. Blimp talk.

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The Coach Tony Franklin Podcast
Momentum Swings...Creating Them and Overcoming Them In Football And Life

The Coach Tony Franklin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 35:03


The practice of making, dictating, and overcoming patterns of momentum (Good and Bad)...Wilbur Jackson kickoff return ....Grabbed by the throat...Bookerooski...Throwing chairs...Fake Punts...And other effective pattern interruptions 

The Sports Junkies
Cakes' dirty hat, NBA playoffs, Yankees fans throwing beer at Guardians

The Sports Junkies

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 42:05


4/25 Hour 2   3:25 Cakes' dirty hat 18:30 NBA Playoffs 34:00 Yankees fans throwing beers on the field