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HowSound
Navigating Tricky Story Dynamics

HowSound

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 25:43


When the story is about a family (and also not about a family), but the parents are divorced, and the kids and their father haven't spoken for years, how do you, as a reporter, navigate those tricky waters? Aviva DeKornfeld of This American Life artfully made it work.

Morgan Page - In The Air
Morgan Page - In The Air - Episode 604

Morgan Page - In The Air

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 60:01


00:52 1 Lipless & Blue Noir Cimmerian Colorize 03:31 2 Zookëper & JEN Taking Over Me Enhanced Recordings 06:03 3 Majestic x Boney M. Tricky' ft. Autumn Rowe - 1A - 126 RCA 09:20 4 FTampa & Flakke Sugar Baby (feat. LUISAH) Spinnin 11:05 5 ALOTT x Dario Rodriguez Come Over' Crash Your Sound 13:26 6 Dillon Francis ft. Aleyna Tilki Real Love' (Valentino Khan Remix) Mad Decent 15:18 7 Robert Falcon, Harris & Ford - The Sound (feat. JUSTN X) Spinnin 17:15 8 Dada Life So Good Revealed Recordings 21:14 9 Alok Wherever You Go (feat. John Martin) [Alle Farben Extended Remix] Spinnin 23:30 10 Choujaa Ghost Sovereign Records 26:22 11 DVRKO & Forbes Mean Something L3V3L 29:37 12 Duke & Jones Vertigo' Duke & Jones 31:50 13 Ibranovski Ma Mind REVEALED RECORDINGS 34:15 14 HUGEL x Jude & Frank La Candela Viva Spinnin 37:31 15 Joel Corry I Wish feat. Mabel (Westend Remix) Atlantic 40:13 16 SOLR & Rechler Walk Away Protocol Recordings 42:56 17 OTIOT feat. EL Waves Tonguese Sono Music 45:11 18 David Guetta x MORTEN Permanence Musical Freedom 48:20 19 MEDUZA Tell It To My Heart ft. Hozier (KREAM Remix) The Cross Records / Island Records 52:05 20 Morgan Page x BVRNOUT I Love It Armada 54:52 21 STEVE AOKI & DJ DIESEL AKA SHAQUILLE O'NEIL WELCOME TO THE PLAYHOUSE DIM MAK 57:00 22 Carta Insane Spinnin 58:46 23 Cedric Gervais Shake That Ass Armada

Agtech - So What?
The Tricky Business of Scaling Soil Tech - Adam Litle, CEO, Sound Agriculture

Agtech - So What?

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 34:10


The science and technology of soil is rapidly evolving, but translating it into a scalable business that can offer viable products to farmers has long been a tricky proposition. But it's one that Adam Litle, the CEO of Sound Agriculture, has devoted much of his career to answering.Adam was part of the executive team at Granular, the farm management software company acquired by Dupont (now Corteva) for $300M. Now, at Sound Ag, he's leading a company that's raised more than $95M to develop a product which activates microbes in soil to increase the uptake of nitrogen and phosphorus, thereby enabling farmers to use less fertilizer.In this episode Adam shares his insights on:Striking a balance between scientific rigor, technological innovation, and investor returnsWhy the SaaS business model is challenging in agricultureHow to build trust in a startup team of scientists and industry people, while bringing in commercial experience.Why soil innovations are receiving an increase in attention as farmers continue to grapple with the rising costs of fertilizer.For more information, visit our website.

Good Inside with Dr. Becky
“She Can't Play With Us!” and Other Tricky Friendship Moments

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 27:32


Unpopular opinion: It's okay for our kids to like some kids better than others. After all, we want them to grow up into adults who can build meaningful relationships, which requires recognizing why they connect with certain people over others! Of course, we also want them to be kind, inclusive people. So, what's a parent's role in helping kids navigate tricky social situations? In this week's episode, Dr. Becky talks to three parents about challenging peer dynamics—from leaving someone out on the playground to disliking a family friend's daughter. She explains why curiosity is the most valuable social skill, and shares practical strategies on how to model it. Remember: We want to teach our kids how to think, not what to think.  Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside/ Subscribe for weekly strategies and scripts:https://goodinside.com/newsletter/ Learn more with Dr. Becky's workshops: https://learning.goodinside.com/ Outschool has over 150,000 live interactive classes for kids. Go to www.outschool.com/goodinside and use the code GOODINSIDE to get $20 off your first class.

Dive Bomb Squadcast
Ep52 - Tactics for Tricky Geese with Jeff Colwell

Dive Bomb Squadcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 56:59


On this episode of the Dive Bomb Squadcast, we talk with the one and only Jeff Colwell of Front Range Guide Service. We had a great conversation about the Front Range of Colorado, and why it is one of the most difficult places to consistently kill Canada geese, as well as a few tricks you can use to consistently kill geese where you live! We also talk about Jeff's early days as a guide, and the road that led him to where he is now! You won't want to miss this one!

This Week in Virology
TWiV 851: Questions are tricky

This Week in Virology

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 110:53


The TWiV team reviews the observation that infection with the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron variant causes reduced reproduction and pathogenesis in mice and hamsters. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Dickson Despommier, Rich Condit, Brianne Barker, and Amy Rosenfeld Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! Links for this episode Vaccine Town Hall (ASV) Travel Award Applications (ASV) Omicron infection in mice and hamsters (Res Square) Letters read on TWiV 851 Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Weekly Picks Dickson – Engineering the James Webb Space Telescope Amy – T cells might be our bodies' best shot against Omicron Brianne – Where is Webb? Rich – First U.S. vaccine mandate in 1809 launched 200 years of court battles Vincent – The Secret of Life by Howard Markel Listener Picks Jen – Antidote David – Rosie Revere, Engineer Intro music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your virology questions and comments to twiv@microbe.tv

This Week in Virology
TWiV 851: Questions are tricky

This Week in Virology

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 110:53


The TWiV team reviews the observation that infection with the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron variant causes reduced reproduction and pathogenesis in mice and hamsters. Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Dickson Despommier, Rich Condit, Brianne Barker, and Amy Rosenfeld Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! Links for this episode Vaccine Town Hall (ASV) Travel Award Applications (ASV) Omicron infection in mice and hamsters (Res Square) Letters read on TWiV 851 Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Weekly Picks Dickson – Engineering the James Webb Space Telescope Amy – T cells might be our bodies' best shot against Omicron Brianne – Where is Webb? Rich – First U.S. vaccine mandate in 1809 launched 200 years of court battles Vincent – The Secret of Life by Howard Markel Listener Picks Jen – Antidote David – Rosie Revere, Engineer Intro music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your virology questions and comments to twiv@microbe.tv

Life’s a Banquet with Bretton Scott & Zahra Tangorra
“Tricky Dicky!”- The 1970's Episode!!

Life’s a Banquet with Bretton Scott & Zahra Tangorra

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 59:20


Folks, this is the New Year episode you've all been waiting for! That's right, we're talking the 1970's! Ever wonder why the 90's were so fat-phobic? Well, you can thank your friend the 70's for all the Snackwells you were force-fed as an 11-year-old. And then, everyone's favorite gate, WATERgate! Why did Nixon love cottage cheese so much anyway, and why in the fuck did he douse it in ketchup?! For breakfast?!! So fire up that fondue pot and crack open a Tab, it's Life's a Banquet the podcast!Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Life's A Banquet by becoming a member!Life's A Banquet is Powered by Simplecast.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Let It Roll: TechnoRoll 2.14 - Tricky, Portishead and Massive Attack Took Trip-Hop Straight Out of Bristol

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 52:18


This week Nate & Ryan talk trip-hop and how the 1990s Bristol sound emerged from a city not much known for innovative music until the 1980s. Let It Roll is proud to be part of Pantheon Podcasts. Have a question or a suggestion for a topic or person for Nate to interview? Email letitrollpodcast@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter. Follow us on Facebook. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Fearless Parenting
134 FearLESS Parenting Interview of Jessica Speer - Tricky & Awkward Ups Downs of Adolescence Part 1

Fearless Parenting

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 12:52


Jessica Speer is the author of BFF or NRF (Not Really Friends)?  foHer writing unpacks the tricky and awkward stuff that peaks during adolescence. She hopes that BFF or NRF (Not Really Friends) serves as a warm and supportive guide as girls journey through the inevitable bumps in their social worlds.   Jessica has a master's degree in social sciences and explores social-emotional topics in ways that connect with kids. She is regularly featured in and contributes to media outlets on topics related to kids, parenting, and friendship.Link to Jessica's book: BFF or NRF (Not Really Friends): https://jessicaspeer.com/jessica-speer-books/FearLESS Parenting Podcast Website: https://lnkd.in/ehHng2H

Lofstrom Loop
Loftrom loop 270

Lofstrom Loop

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022


link Трек-лист: 01. Backstreet Boys — Everybody (Backstreet's Back) 02. Bran Van 3000 — Drinking In L.A. 03. Jon Lajoie — Everyday Normal Guy 2 04. DJs Krugozory — Nursery Rhyme 05. Tricky feat. Ed Kowalczyk — Evolution Revolution Love 06. Tina Turner — Whatever You Want (Me To Do) 07. Blur — Tender 08. … Продолжить чтение Loftrom loop 270

Let It Roll
TechnoRoll 2.14: Tricky, Portishead and Massive Attack Took Trip-Hop Straight Out of Bristol

Let It Roll

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 52:48


This week Nate & Ryan talk trip-hop and how the 1990s Bristol sound emerged from a city not much known for innovative music until the 1980s. Let It Roll is proud to be part of Pantheon Podcasts. Have a question or a suggestion for a topic or person for Nate to interview? Email letitrollpodcast@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter. Follow us on Facebook. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

United Hour
Tricky Christmas Tyne - Man Utd vs Newcastle Review

United Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 64:45


Nik and Jamie discuss United's extremely disappointing draw away at Newcastle

Days of Future Cast
Episode 293: It's Not Tricky If Ya Got Four Hands (New Avengers #28)

Days of Future Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 17:23


New Avengers #28 Reminder that you can read along with and ahead of the show by subscribing to Marvel Unlimited (we don't get paid for you doing that, so it's not an ad, it's just a cool service). You can also use Comixology, or buy the trades from your local comic book shop (the preferred method, if we're being honest). Be sure to check with your local library to see if they have them there! You can find one using this site (https://www.comicshoplocator.com/) Gary is on Twitter (https://twitter.com/garybuh), and Jeremy is too (https://twitter.com/jggreer). Duckfeed is on Patreon (https://patreon.com/duckfeedtv), which is a great place to support the show. Keep up with the podcast by checking out our Schedule Page (https://daysoffuturecast.com/schedule). Music by Gary, podcast art by our friend Wayne (https://twitter.com/onsideseven)

Blood Red: The Liverpool FC Podcast
Press Conference: 'They Will Make it Tricky For Us' | Jurgen Klopp previews Leicester vs Liverpool

Blood Red: The Liverpool FC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 17:30


Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp previews the Reds' visit to Leicester City as they return to Premier League action. Having had the Boxing Day game with Leeds United postponed, Klopp addressed the impact of the game's cancellation as well as giving the latest update on team news. After recently beating Brendan Rodgers' side in the Carabao Cup last eight, the German also spoke about what to expect from the Foxes. Enjoy.Get exclusive podcasts direct to your inbox every week for FREE by joining the Blood Red Club. Sign up at http://www.bloodredpodcast.co.ukWatch and subscribe to our Blood Red videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BloodRedLiverpoolFCJoin our Blood Red podcast group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1656599847979758/

Parallel Waze
035: Final Call on 2021 - Tricky Relationships with Family and Friends

Parallel Waze

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 45:01


Whoa, here we are with the last episode of 2021! It's been a crazy wild ride of a year with the launch of Parallel Waze and here we are nearly a year later. For our last episode of the year, we talked about interesting and tricky relationships with family and friends based on some recent events in the news. This episode, we explore questions such as the following: would you let your family borrow money? How about going into business with family? Or, would you live with your best friend? These are just some of the dynamics that we discuss in today's episode. Follow us on IG @parallelwaze.

Psych Mic
Letting out your inner child | Music & psychology with Dr. Susan Rogers

Psych Mic

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 105:17


Susan Rogers, PhD, is a professor of Music Production and Engineering at Berklee College of Music. She holds a doctorate in psychology from McGill University, where she studied music cognition and psychoacoustics under researchers Daniel Levitin and Stephen McAdams. Her research focuses on auditory memory, the perception of musical signals, and the influence of musical training on auditory development. For two decades prior to her science career, Rogers was one of the world's few women known for her work as a record producer, engineer, mixer, and audio electronics technician. Career highlights include years (1983–1988) as staff engineer for recording artist Prince and working with such diverse artists as Barenaked Ladies, David Byrne, Tricky, and Tevin Campbell.Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GyM5mbNEpWs&ab_channel=PsychMicIn this episode, we cover: Intro: who's the second interviewer with Maya??Susan's childhoodHow do kids come to like what they like?Working with Prince: tech to engineerImportant skills for audio engineeringComparing art and scienceWhy Susan left music to study psychologyGrad school & mentorsSusan's new book: This Is What It Sounds LikeWhy you like the music you likeMusicians, bilinguals, and auditory processingWhat it takes to produce successful recordsAdvice for people interested in music and scienceFiguring out what you really wantand much more...Visit psychmic.com to sign up for the newsletter, where you'll get career tips, grad school resources, and job opportunities straight to your inbox! Follow @psych_mic on Instagram to submit questions for speakers and stay in the loop.Music by: Adam Fine 

The Jason & Scot Show - E-Commerce And Retail News

EP283 - Year End Review  It's our final show of 2021! We recap the US Dept of Commerce November Advanced Retail Sales Data. We do a deep dive into the retail industries growth from 2019 through November 2021. In those 23 months, the retail industry grew 22%, historically fast growth. There were clear winners and losers. If you want to follow along on with all the data, here is a visual recap of retail growth 2020-2021. (PDF Download). We also highlight the six most important trends of 2021. Amazon fulfillment capacity growth (Amazon and Walmart become shipping companies) Social Media becomes the discovery channel for e-commerce (led by live-streaming) Ultrafast delivery services Amazon invents and starts to scale a grocery store (Amazon Fresh) with just walk out technology Retail Media Networks explode, led by Amazon's $30B in ad sales. Retailers now compete with social media networks for eyeballs Apparel has shifted from designer led to consumer led, as evidenced by the meteoric rise of Shein We're so very grateful to our audience, both for the time you have shared with us, and for generous opinions, feedback, and knowledge that many of you have shared. We wish you all the very best holidays and New Years, and look forward to seeing you in 2022! Episode 283 of the Jason & Scot show was recorded on Tuesday, December 21st, 2021 http://jasonandscot.com Join your hosts Jason "Retailgeek" Goldberg, Chief Commerce Strategy Officer at Publicis, and Scot Wingo, CEO of GetSpiffy and Co-Founder of ChannelAdvisor as they discuss the latest news and trends in the world of e-commerce and digital shopper marketing. Transcript Jason: [0:23] Welcome to the Jason and Scot show this is episode 283 being recorded on Tuesday sept December twenty first twenty Twenty-One I'm your host Jason retailgeek Goldberg and as usual I'm here with your co-host Scot Wingo. Scot: [0:39] Hey Jason and welcome back Jason Scott show listeners Jason how are the holidays treating you so far. Jason: [0:46] They are treating me really well it's been super interesting what's going on in our industry and getting ready to take the family to California to see my mom and brother. Scot: [0:59] Very fun California versus Chicago seems like a smart smart choice this time. Jason: [1:04] Yes early and my relationship with my wife we agreed that we would visit her Michigan in-laws and Thanksgiving and my California relatives in December seems weather prudent if nothing else. Scot: [1:16] Yeah smart I like your like you're negotiating strategies so we are recording this here live on December 21st so we are in the very last tail end of holiday 21 and Jason you had some some interesting data that you had parse through that I thought we could start with it's going to be largely kind of the November data but it's kind of the best data we have, until we get into January and see how the holiday played out and then we'll do a quick checkpoint on what you're hearing from clients and then I think both of us wanted to kind of share our big stories for retail and e-commerce for 2021 so why don't you kick us off with some data. Jason: [1:57] That sounds amazing so yeah so the data we are talking about is the US Department of Commerce data we get a an update every month so you know last week we got the, the update that includes November and in general November sales were up sixteen percent from November of twenty twenty so I always coach people that we should look at year-over-year not month over month so pretty healthy growth in 2021 from 2020 if you look at year-to-date so January through November we are up about 18% from 2020 and if you look at e-commerce we were up about 12 percent from November of 2020 so I you know I always put this data out on social media and I got a ton of, interesting responses this year on that data everyone's like hey Jason why are you comparing to November of 2020 like we're in the middle of the pandemic everything was all topsy-turvy like it's like comparing, pandemic 2021 numbers to pain demick 2020 numbers isn't very helpful to me because everything is so confusing. [3:13] And so I kind of took that to heart like you know it is the best kind of comparison we have about how we're doing but I said oh you know the more interesting comparison is maybe we take. One step back and we compare the. The the last two years of data to two years ago so we kind of compare how much growth we've had during the pandemic with what girls look like before the pandemic and I hadn't hadn't really done that in a while and what I found was interesting and in a few cases it surprise me. Scot: [3:46] I feel like we should create a new word for this I'll work on it in the vein of a ship again yeah that's just boring I don't know. Jason: [3:54] Yeah yeah de or. Yeah every CEO in America has learned to say you're over two years ago by the way and for it's super funny for non-gaap metrics in the and in the 10-qs they. Like it's they kept they completely cherry-pick like if the number is good they take versus last year and if it's bad they take versus two years ago. Scot: [4:18] Yeah yeah that's the nice thing you need everything every number needs to be up into the right. Jason: [4:23] My takeaway there is you CEOs are oily. Scot: [4:25] We know we're strategic. Jason: [4:29] Got it potato potahto. Scot: [4:31] Cool what did this year over your year over year over last year review. Jason: [4:37] Yeah so if we say hey from how much has retailgeek grown in 2020 and 2021 as a two-year stack it has grown 22 percent, so you know people talk about like all the struggles and challenges we had during the pandemic but if I see if I got in a time machine and no pandemic just told every retail CEO how would you feel about growing 22% over the next two years, the vast majority of CEOs would have jumped at that and then if you said and our life is going to be totally disrupted by this pandemic. [5:14] I think every retail CEO in America would have said I'd be thrilled to get through the next two years with 22 percent growth so that was interesting and then I said I wonder how that compares historically so I got in the hot tub time machine and I pulled all the data from 1990 through today and I restated every year as its growth versus the previous two years to kind of come up with this standard metric to compare against the 22 percent and 22% is unprecedentedly high it's by far the biggest two-year growth we've had since 1990 there's only a few years that that just tickled 15% so I can 2000 we hit 15 percent and in 1994 we hit 15% but like, most of the. The this last decade we were kind of tickling in the kind of six to eight percent growth so 22 percent growth. On average for the whole retail industry is a huge win and unprecedentedly more growth than we would traditionally get does that surprise you at all. Scot: [6:26] It doesn't sort of make sure I understand it's all retail so it's offline and online in Aggregate and then you can't just divide it by 2 right because there's compounding in there so it's not really two years of 11 it's probably like I don't know 12 in an 8 or something. Jason: [6:41] Yes so you are correct now and. That 20 yes and all of this data it does include compounding the the compounding is an interesting point which will come up in a another piece of data in in just a minute but yeah so this is all like literally looking at the. Aggregate sales for 2019 and the aggregate sales for 2021 and saying how much bigger was 2021 than 2019. Scot: [7:08] Yeah did you run a kegger so in MBA school they would say well you can actually unpack the compounding by look at the compounded annual growth rate. Jason: [7:17] Yes yes I am familiar with the math I did not. Scot: [7:21] Okay it was two years it's not going to be that substantial yeah repeat. Jason: [7:24] No that's the yeah it's right typically like with like a five-year Horizon it makes a lot more sense but yeah it would have been interesting but it just I had to your data so I was just trying to come up with an Apples to Apples. Scot: [7:36] Not feels feels like a wind. Jason: [7:38] Yeah so then I said alright well that's interesting on average retail is a huge win. [7:44] Very obviously there are winners and losers so I said alright well let's look at all the categories that the US Department of Commerce gives us. Based on that 2-year stack and there were you know and who was at the industry average who wildly outperformed the industry average and who underperformed the industry average and there are some things that made total sense to me and we're not surprising and then there were some pretty big surprises in there so, the the category that out of the US Department of Commerce data that grew the fastest was, non store sales which is kind of our e-commerce proxy right and it grew 39 percent so almost twice as fast its total retail that's pretty intuitive you know again you're hearing a lot of. E-commerce growth is slowing. Wagon November as more people went back to stores you know compared to this like you know pandemic impacted 20/20 but when you look at onto your stack, e-commerce is still the fastest growing part of retail at group 39% from 2019 and that certainly didn't surprise me the next two categories sporting goods and building materials, also really didn't surprise me because we kind of talked about them being, the big pandemic winners that like you know people then go to the gym so they bought stuff from Dick's Sporting Goods people didn't go on vacation so they built a new patio with materials from Home Depot and so kind of all the that Services Revenue. [9:14] Shifted into retail and that gave sporting goods and building materials a big a big kiss. Motor Vehicles which at one point people were saying like oh my God that's going to be a horrible category in the pandemic Motor Vehicles actually outperformed the industry average so they grew at 24 percent versus 22 percent for total retail. And then here's where we start getting surprises. Slightly below the industry average was furniture and Home Furnishing so that grew at 21 percent versus the industry average of 22 and if you just asked me to bet I would have said in the same way that building materials and Home Improvement stores. Got extra spending from the pandemic I would have expected furniture stores to get extra spending from the pandemic as well and so it surprised me that they were only at the industry average and the only my only hypothesis is. Did they have more disruptions from supply chain like why. Was it just harder for them to scale up to make more sofas to meet the increased demand and so they, they grew healthy but they didn't grow as healthy as they might have because they they couldn't double their us Workforce to build more couches. Scot: [10:23] The feels right the furniture industry has been here in North Carolina that's our primary one and they're just destroyed by the supply chain they can't there was a series of events that couldn't get phone because of the fire and awesome remember that that seems like a year ago but it actually wasn't go to the summer and then with this quote-unquote Supply pain they haven't been able to get the other inputs like anything fabric while that stuff made in China and shipped over here and sitting on a boat somewhere. Jason: [10:50] Yeah and I feel like it's a double whammy for them because it's harder than ever to make stuff but there's actually they could sell more than ever before if they could make it so it's like, it almost feels worse than knowing there's demand that you can't meet. Scot: [11:01] Yeah it's painful. Jason: [11:03] Yeah so then general merchandise grew at 16 percent versus of retail 22 percent and then the one that surprised me most that I talk about a lot is grocery grew at 16 percent versus the industry average of 22 percent and I would have said man a ton of spending shifted from restaurants to grocery stores they were another pandemic winner and so I'll be honest I don't have a perfect hypothesis for why. Again sixteen percent is Healthy Growth and by historical standards it's better than any two-year period since 1990 so I don't want to say oh you know they had a rough time they had a good time but surprising that they were below the industry average to me a little bit. You have any great Insight that I didn't think of on why that would be. Scot: [11:52] I don't maybe it's like a mix thing underneath the hood like the e-commerce grew so much doesn't it like well I'll be in this category are rules so if. Jason: [12:02] Imperfect yes so you are right like one of the wrinkles in all of this is. The way the US Department of Commerce treats e-commerce as another category which is unfortunate right because you know when someone shifts from buying a exercise bike in a Dick Sporting Good to buying a dick exercise bike from Dick's Sporting Goods.com. The sale leaves the sporting good category in enters the non-store category and so that's. That's not really Apples to Apples and then of course this is all done with surveys that are in perfectly filled out by human beings and so how different retailers respond to that survey is also inconsistent so you got it. This data is super helpful directionally but you definitely don't want to get too wrapped around the axle of the minutiae of the data because it's just an imperfect methodology. [12:52] And so then the the categories they did the worst, do make sense with one outlier for a couple hours for me so gasoline only grew at 14%, you know again make sense to me that they you know underperformed when people aren't commuting to work surprising 14% sales are still pretty good growth clothing is near the bottom at 12% growth so again clothing over the last two years did not shrink they still grew at 12% which might have been their average rate of growth I should do that waiters pulled just the category growth over the last 30 years. But compared all these other categories obviously closing was was poor and the Very lowest category is restaurants and bars which still grew six percent so that all makes sense but then there were two two categories in the cellar that I would have expected to do better health and personal care grew at 11% and Electronics and Appliances grew at seven percent so those are both pretty far under the industry average and you know those are two categories. They had some complication they had pros and cons you know within that category but by and large I guess I was surprised to see them so well. Scot: [14:06] Yet Health and Beauty one because Aaron was zooming like the makeup sales shot way up so it's got to be a you know it was e-commerce. Jason: [14:15] Lipstick sales actually went way down because of the Mask but mascara and skincare went way up it's so funny bye. Um so, then I just did one other sanity check so you know people like a couple people a couple of Industry analysts even like responded to my data and said yeah just don't believe the numbers and I'm like just some understanding you you're saying you don't believe the US Department of Commerce numbers not like I didn't make any of these numbers upright bike. [14:45] And and the US Department of Commerce data is imperfect I would argue it's. The best we have access to and it's it's a bunch of you know PhD in statistics that have you know the force of law to you know to enforce compliance with their survey so I it's better than any other survey out there for whatever that's worth but so I thought how can I do a chance sanity check on this data and I'm like oh all the public retailers are required to report their growth every quarter so we could try to create a year over two year growth for all of these public retailers and compare it to the industry data and some of these public retailers are in a particular category so you can you know pretty safely assume all their sales are in that category so you could kind of use that as a sanity check so I pulled I don't know I guess it's about 25 companies and I converted their quarterly growth into a two-year stack and here I will confess I took a shortcut and if there's any mathematicians that want to help me solve this problem I will toy do it these. Draws numbers are not compounded growth so the problem is we don't have annual growth rates from the Retailer's we have quarterly growth rate so basically you have to. Aggregate for quarters of growth and then. [16:11] Calculate it over two years and so I took a lazy shortcut and I just added their. 20 growth to their 2021 growth so we have basically seven quarters of growth for most of these retailers and it's it's what they call a two-year stack which means growth from 2019 plus 2020 and while the math is not right there by the way right because of. Like the compounding problem of your 2020 growth include your you know growth over 2019. This is how most retailers reported in their earnings so when they talk about to your growth for these non-gaap measures where they try to put themselves in the best light and they report their two year growth they're almost never talking about a compounded number like if you read the footnote. They're they're adding the growth from those two years so this is how they're doing the math in most cases for whatever that's worth but so that's way more precursor than we need the retailer that grew the public retailer the grew the most over the last two years total shocker to me I would not have expected in a million years is Burlington Coat Factory. That Drew 85% and to put that in perspective, they sell apparel which did not do very well in the pandemic and they turned off their website their e-commerce site the month before the pandemic. So they didn't sell any a long line. Scot: [17:34] They're not really opening a lot of stores either. Jason: [17:36] No I mean they may have opened a couple stores over the whole two years but like this is mostly comp sales growth so it actually kind of, factors out new store. Scot: [17:46] Okay so it's cops okay. Jason: [17:47] Yeah this is these numbers that ye are based on currency adjusted comp sales just in the u.s. wherever possible so so Burlington's a total outliner congratulations to them surprising to me Amazon is was the second fastest grower and all public retail at 61 percent over two years which. Doesn't surprise me that super impressive but you'd expect to see them near the top of this list then you see Dick's Sporting Goods at 57 percent and again, like from from the industry data Sporting Goods was the second fastest growing category behind e-commerce so Amazon as a proxy for e-commerce and dicks is approximately for sporting goods makes total sense but then things start getting interesting the next fastest grower was Ulta which is personal care at 36 percent so they grew much better than did the. The personal care category now they're less than half the personal care category the slightly bigger version of them would be Sephora but Sephora is actually owned. Buy a house of Brands and so it's harder to get their data. [19:01] Bed Bath & Beyond group 35% which is impressive Target group 34 percent, Home Depot which again was in one of these these outperforming categories grew 33% was group 28% by comparison Best Buy grew 29% in this it doesn't surprise me the best bike route 29 percent but this is. Makes that the fact that Electronics was one of the slowest growing categories at 7% make even less percent make even less sense I guess it's it's hard to imagine how. Electronics only grew seven percent over the last two years when you know everyone bought all this extra equipment for homeschooling and home entertainment and then with Best Buy growing 29 percent it's even harder to imagine. Scot: [19:53] Yeah maybe in a perfect world you could then split like something like that into store non-store store / e-commerce and maybe that would tell the story. Jason: [20:00] Yeah yeah again that's like one of the few the, my few answers to to a number of these anomalies and then I know this is like all these numbers in a podcast sock but like then you start getting into like Abercrombie & Fitch 28% Costco 26 percent, Cole's Nordstrom's Walmart grew at 21% which again for you know a huge company, the fortune one company to grow at the industry average is pretty good Nike grew at 20%. T.j. Maxx at 15% and the the bottom three. A surprise into not surprises so the second worse and third two words were Dollar Tree in Dollar General at 10% growth which is kind of surprising. You know consumers were kind of flush with cash with all the extra economic stimulus they weren't really slowing down their spending and so like you know maybe it wasn't a great season for the value shoppers but a lot of the news was about how these dollar stores were opening tons of stores and we're really thriving so interesting that they both only Drew. 10% and then the the worst performing public company on this was Macy's which grew six percent over the two years not totally surprising. Scot: [21:18] Isn't that the one that Prophet G said was going to crush. Jason: [21:24] Be there be there the future of retailers Macy's not Amazon yeah this chart unfortunately yeah contradicts that prediction so we'll have to wait and see are you Scott Galloway fans you just hang on hang on to your stick to your guns. Scot: [21:38] Good luck with that. Jason: [21:41] Yeah so that's my the rabbit hole that the stupid November numbers took me down so as you can imagine none of my clients got any deliverables in November. Scot: [21:52] When people tell you they don't believe the data what are they reacting to. Jason: [21:57] I think there's a couple categories there are people that are like hey it's the the month-over-month is interesting but like. Who cares right because these are all anomalous months and that's why I went for this two-year stack and and so. My point was I think like when people are saying hey I don't I don't believe the data I actually don't think they meant they don't believe that this is the data that the US Department of Commerce reported I think they're both saying in some cases, I don't think the US Department of Commerce can count very well and what they mostly hang their hat on is is the non store sales not being right and that's fair right like when someone at Best Buy fills out a survey the US Department of Commerce would like them to put their e-commerce sales in one box and their store sales in another box. [22:47] And do they do that I don't know right and does every retailer do that. Properly and consistently I can tell you that the person assigned to fill out the surveys is generally not the most senior accountant at the it's usually not the CFO. Um so so that is imperfect and then what I think they're saying more is. Maybe don't make all your future plans based on like this snapshot of the world because you know we are looking at a unique set of circumstances that resulted in this data right so if you mistakenly thought my takeaway was retail is better than ever and you know everybody should double down because you know retailers is the most thriving industry in the world 22 percent growth is amazing and it's going to continue forever. [23:36] Yeah no that's not what I'm saying I'm just saying that like it's interesting there were positive and negative impacts on all these businesses as a result of the pandemic but on the aggregate. The impact was disproportionately positive and I don't think that that is sustainable right like I you know I think we will hope to drop down to the regular the sort of pre-pandemic growth levels and potentially. We pulled some growth forward and we might even see some more lean years because we you know absorb so much growth this time. Scot: [24:10] This a long way of you saying you now agree with the the Goldman Sachs chart that showed five years of acceleration. Jason: [24:15] No no I think that still is pretty clear and they were primarily talking about e-commerce which definitely didn't happen. Scot: [24:23] Checking. Jason: [24:25] So that's my my deep dive into data and if there's there can't be anything more fun than listening to a podcast about a bunch of dudes being a bunch of numbers so I will I'll do two things I'll try to put some of this data in the show notes but what I'll do is I'll put a link in the show notes to download some charts with this data in it. Scot: [24:46] Very cool I actually like you spewing data so maybe I'm just an audience of one. Jason: [24:53] You may be in a liar. Scot: [24:56] So what are you seeing so that kind of gets us through November what are you seeing here in December I poked around on the usual spots for the Adobe and the sales force and a couple others and it's really weird they've been kind of quiet since since kind of the Cyber week what what are you hearing from your clients. Jason: [25:17] Yeah so I don't know like there's not good data that's already reporting December sales for holiday but so anecdotally talking to a bunch of clients and talking to some of these companies that do have internal data. December is looking like a good month right and so the. My kind of aggregate estimate is holiday for 2021 is going to end up being about. Nine percent bigger than holiday 2020 and again you say well as nine percent good or bad by historical standards it's pretty darn good most most years we get about a holiday grows less than the rest of the year because there's so much extra volume in it so most years we get about five percent growth in holiday in 2019 we got four percent growth 9% is a big number and last year was a pretty big growth year and so. Um you know also around nine percent so nine percent on top of 9% is a. Pretty big deal I have seen some estimates that think it'll grow even more than nine percent this year to put that in perspective the last time before last year there grew nine percent would have been like 1999 so so not only do we have great growth over two years we do have great holiday growth one huge caveat. [26:43] The trend up until about a week ago was, that more people were returning to the store store traffic was going up we were seeing kind of pre-pandemic shopping behaviors and e-commerce was still a big deal bigger than ever before but the rate of growth was swelling because, there was so much pent-up demand and go to stores lots of people were planning on getting together with their family like there was a funny Walmart stat about you know how much bigger the turkeys were that got sold this year than last year because people were, we're entertaining a lot more so, unfortunately in kind of real-time chats with most of my clients in the last week we have seen foot traffic to stores dramatically curtail and it feels like. We're very quickly getting a lot of negative Media news around and I say media but I guess it's based on the data about Omicron and the hypothesis is there either, Omicron has people scared and so they're not going to stores or a second hypothesis is everyone desperately wants to have their family gathering so they're being extra cautious leading up to Christmas but in either case, we're seeing this last-minute pivot to e-commerce and that has some impacts like the shipping companies that actually been doing. [28:04] Much better job this year than last year on keeping up with ship again in but if suddenly everyone you know runs towards e-commerce these last two weeks that could really put. [28:15] Shipping in Jeopardy in a in a really vulnerable time when they have a lot of Labor challenges so yeah I don't know it's kind of a Debbie Downer bit of news in this whole thing. Scot: [28:26] Yeah yeah I'm a crime that has a it's going to put next year kind of up into a question mark of what happens is and then. The thing that's really frustrating trying to operate a business during this time frame is the bookmarks of good and bad are so wide that. Dirty you have no idea but you drive a truck through and right there 180 degrees so you read one new source it's like oh it's super mild and it's almost going to act like its own vaccine then you see another source and it's like we're all gonna die. Somewhere hopefully we're somewhere in the middle there. Jason: [28:58] Amen Ya Know It's Tricky yeah and kind of evaluating all these data sources that's like the new the new societal challenge right. Scot: [29:09] It really is. Jason: [29:12] So I'm wondering so that's that's kind of my holiday snapshot some good news and some bad news in there I wanted to take a couple minutes on this podcast because I think this is going to be our last show of the year to kind of zoom out from the minutiae and just kind of think about the year in totality and kind of, don't know you know highlight what we think are the big things that happened in our industry this year that might impact us going forward how do you feel about that. Scot: [29:39] Let's do it you want to go first. Jason: [29:41] I mostly wanted you to go first because I thought I would surprise you and make you get bet answers while I thought about it. Scot: [29:48] Okay I'll go first so so I'm going to try to limit it to three because we. Yeah we could go on for for a long time here so I think the highlights of this year for me, it would be a Jason and Scot show if we didn't think a little bit about Amazon the. Build out of Amazon's shipping infrastructure and I feel like we say this every year but it's accelerating and there's some really good data we want to have a guest on that's publishing some data on this just Amazon has built more capacity in the last two years than they had in the last 10 so they've used the pandemic as a you know the response to it and they've gotten kind of cover I guess you could say is to really. 10x down on fulfillment infrastructure where where you get the most feeling of that is that the last mile which is this DS p– program that they've just really scaled up massively. This touches my my day job because it's Biffy we'd service a lot of these folks and they're just they're everywhere and, you know it used to be they would kind of work out a fulfillment systems then they built these fulfillment centers now they've got these see the last word of station what are they call them. [31:02] Delivery stations that have a whole new nomenclature where they now are have these forward-deployed areas where the dsps are almost housed and Aggregates you'll go to these places and it's pretty well that I've seen several of them now and they'll be like 20 dsps operating out of there these little micro businesses and you know just. [31:22] Prime Vans as far as I can see. Where is the stat that I think is kind of the most interesting is the Amazon did disclose that they plan to ship more than then FedEx this year and then I think they said in the next couple of years they'll exceed the USPS as far as package delivery it doesn't surprise me just given the scale that they are throwing at this thing. For example you can't buy a van today because the Amazon is just pretty ordered all the vans so it's pretty fascinating the scale they've done there. The thing that in our will do our annual predictions but I've been annually predicting that they would compete more directly with FedEx and UPS by offering just package delivery to anybody I just feels like we're a lot closer to that but I say that every year so we'll see, the other surprise for me is the explosion of this 15-minute grocery delivery world the most people have probably their first experience this or the first company heard was go puff and it wasn't really a 15-minute thing it was just kind of faster it was almost hours then you had instacart really scale up and then what's happened is the service level on these things it's got lower to the point where they're all trying to get you something in 15 minutes. It's a smaller number of skus than you would get with like Amazon's 300 million skus available so it's typically going to be. [32:43] You know you probably have a cool word for it but it's like snacks and oh my gosh I'm out of a soda I need or ice cream things that you kind of have an urgent hankering for and are willing to pay to scratch that itch a little bit more. On the shipping and handling fees and those kinds of things these are kinds of things when I talk to people they're like yeah that little the economics will never work in the be no one will ever use it and then everyone's always surprised because you can never underestimate the convenience or any consumer that when you give them the choice to do something with convenience they will, they will do it and they will order things you would never have thought about. I remember when Amazon rolled out Prime now they were shocked that the toilet paper and personal products were such a high considered item and it's just you know. People people don't plan ahead and they run out of stuff and they want it right then and there willing to pay extra for it so that one's pretty interesting and you track this probably even better I do Amazon's going after this one and then there's like, 10 startups in there that are have all raised, billions of dollars go puff just announcer one and a half billion dollar extension of their last round by layering on some debt so there's one called like gorillas or gorillas and. [33:55] Tons of these things out there but Amazon scaling it up too so it's gonna be interesting to see if any of these guys can make Headway against Amazon or Famas on will just crush them. [34:05] And then the last one is live-streaming this one sputtering in the US, every data point outside the US indicates it's a thing and I do think this one's going to translate from I've seen it I've seen data that shows that as a has expanded out of China and that's kind of where maybe a year ago we were talking about it largely on Alibaba platform. But now I think it's there's European startups I'm starting to see some categories in the US where this is interesting I followed the collectible category and there's a couple of the hot companies are they do these live streams where they will do. Unboxings so they will they will buy a pack of cards from like the 80s and then they will open them live and and see what's in there and and you know, it's kind of riveting if you're if you're into that and you're like I wonder you know there's a one in 100 chance that this has a Michael Jordan rookie card or something and they pull that the column poles that can be fascinating so there's a lot of. Kind of very specific category activity going there that I think I think a lot of us thought okay Amazon's and do this Amazon is tried and it's been pretty terrible but I think it's going to come from these really niche of Articles at first and they're going to figure it out and then you'll see it get more more momentum up into the broader retailers so those are those are my three. Jason: [35:27] Wow those are three good ones I feel like you stole my three I'm just kidding um no but I totally agree with all those I do think like we've actually seen Amazon launch some. Selling of shipping services and I've seen Stan said they're going to deliver 90% of their own packages this holiday so like I think that definitely is a thing even Walmart is now, selling shipping services to other people including Home Depot so that's totally interesting Trend hundred percent agree on the live streaming like I kind of call it the D bundling of shopping and you know we have all these e-commerce sites that are good at buying things but we're not very good at product Discovery and it seems like social and video or where a lot of the, the new product discoveries coming from and then that that ultra-fast delivery for filling orders to give you all the words you are asking about the that that's a huge thing and if you think about you know how much retailers are struggling with with grocery profitability like it's a double whammy that wow they're trying to figure out how to solve for profitability the consumers moving to this even you know inherently less profitable order so it's going to be that that's going to be an interesting disruption of the industry so if I were to add 3 to that. I do think just the whole pandemic. [36:41] Acceleration of great digital grocery like is when I talk about a lot and I still think that that is a huge thing like all those predictions about how much the pandemic was accelerating e-commerce for probably wrong but grocery delivery Ecommerce probably did get accelerated five years and to me maybe you know what will ultimately end up being one of the most important things that happened during the pandemic is Amazon invented a new grocery store right this Amazon Fresh concept and it's starting to scale there's more than 30 of them now they have just walk out technology in them which I would have bet against them having this quickly and there are there are lots of investigative journalists that have found. Some interesting real estate footprints that would imply that it's going to scale their that there's a business plan footing out here that had like 300 of these in the UK which is a small island um I think we could look back five years from now and see Amazon is a very meaningful brick-and-mortar grocer and and I think 20:21 is the year it it happened without us totally acknowledging it so I think Jay W groceries an interesting Evolution one that I end up talking about a lot with my clients also driven by Amazon is retail media networks right so you know Amazon, is that a run right now of about 30 billion dollars in ads it's probably the most profitable business Amazon has I think this this. [38:08] Battle for eyeballs between retailers and traditional digital platforms is super interesting and I think you know you set the layer who is. One of the the. The key guys at Amazon media like we had him on the show when he moved to Fresh Direct and he's now running Walmart Connect Four for Walmart so you're seeing the Retailer's hire these like credible media sales people and I think that's a. [38:37] A going forward a significant part of every retailers plan is how to be their own media Network how to get eyeballs and how to monetize those eyeballs and that's a new new skill for a retailer so I think that's a big deal and then the last one I'm gonna throw out, is one that I am surprised doesn't get talked about more but it's the apparel retailer she in and I think they are super interesting they've had phenomenal success they're probably globally the largest apparel reseller on the planet right now and their their annual revenues are more than than H&M and Zara combined so so remarkable. [39:18] Story of fast acceleration but the bigger story here is, to me Sheehan is very representative of the democratization of apparel that like for the longest time we expected Mickey Drexler or Versace or Yeezy to tell us like what was cool to wear and then we waited until we can buy those clothes and we bought them and I just I think that model is totally dead now I think the apparel that sells best the stuff that she and sells the stuff that target cells the stuff that Stitch fix cells is frankly based on customer data it's watching customers finding out what they like and then making it really fast and so Sheehan isn't isn't fashion driven by a stylist It's Fashion driven by Tick-Tock right and an Instagram and I think that's a, a lot of apparel companies haven't gotten the memo yet that the consumer is now squarely in charge of these fashion trends. Scot: [40:18] Yeah saw an article about these guys were this this one lady she did this Argyle Sweater outfit and. It was on Instagram it got some viral love they took that and it created a hole the outfit they had copied it or I guess fast fashion and I don't know how the how the IP Works in this world but they had replicated it and they I think they even used her picture which I think was with articles about that she didn't really you know, realize that that effectively shows open sourcing this thing to the world and then it became a top seller for them like in 60 days it was insane how fast that they identified the trend and get the. The product out there it was like you know NASCAR fashion or something. Jason: [41:03] Yeah it's crazy if you think about like the fashion traditionally worked like. Dudes would show up in Paris at the Fashion Show and show these cool Styles and then everyone would steal those Styles and send them an effector he's and two years later those fact those Fashions would be available at Neiman Marcus. Two years later and in so the genius of Gap was that they got those Fashions to the mall, 18 months later instead of two years later and the the disruption of H&M and Zara was that they got them to the mall six months later instead of 18 months later right. She and sees that woman in the crop-top Argyle Sweater and they have they have that fashion available in a week and here's what super interesting they don't make a million of them and hope they sell which is what all those other retailers had to do, they make 12 of them and if those 12 sell in 8 seconds versus 20 seconds then they make thousands of them. Right and so it's really data-driven real-time a/b testing on apparel trans at a speed that that these kind of traditional apparel Brands can't even imagine. Scot: [42:13] That's because they have the factory right there that they're able to do that or like to have some. Jason: [42:17] Yeah and they. In Shane's case they don't own the factories they have a net like that it's a gig worker economy for factories right like so in the same way that boober recruits a bunch of Uber drivers she and recruits a bunch of factories that they then go to and say hey we've got some some ideas for some new models and find one of those factories that accepts the order and makes the the stuff and so in sometimes there's our Factory driven ideas sometimes there she and driven ideas but but yeah that's that's the model and you know there is a Dark Side to this I got you know a lot of its there's a lot of questions about the labor standards and practices at a bunch of these factories and of course there's. You know a lot of the stuff that gets bought on Shion is super cheap and gets worn once and so it's a ecological disaster I would argue the industry it's disrupting is also. Kind of a you know it has a lot of dark sides and and is not very sustainable so I like I'm not sure she and improves on on any of those problems but from a pure consumer demand standpoint, I don't think we're ever going back to you know these like anointed tastemakers that like decide what we're all going to wear for the next year. Scot: [43:32] Yet clearly clearly that model is sailed having. Jason: [43:36] Indeed well listen Scott I know we both have to run but that is probably a great place to wrap up our final show of 20:21 I need to take some downtime not to see my family or anything like that but in early January we always like to record the forecasts show and hit traditionally you crush me and so I feel like I need to spend a lot more time thinking about my forecast before the forecast show comes up. Scot: [44:07] Yeah challenge accepted I will also be thinking about this in a background processes I'm enjoying the holiday I think this is a good time to thank our listeners you know we've you know we've seen our listenership grow pretty steadily over the years and we really appreciate everyone giving us time to your day to talk about the topics we talk about and we get a lot of great feedback and really engaged set of listeners and we really appreciate you listening and if you want to share your appreciation one of the ways you can do that is through a five star rating so fire up your favorite podcast listening technology and if you would leave us a five starters we that would be the perfect holiday gift for us. Jason: [44:47] Yeah that's exact five stars is exactly my size to Scott. Scot: [44:50] How about that. Jason: [44:53] Awesome well most of can't appreciate enough the listeners for spending this time with us every week this is a lot of fun for us to do and I learned so much from the the chats I have with folks after they listen to the podcast so I'm that is one of the things I'm super grateful for. Scot: [45:10] Everyone have a great holiday Jason you how enjoy your trip to California. Jason: [45:14] Thank you you have a wonderful holiday as well and until next time happy commercing!  

The Essential Football Podcast
Premier League Preview – Spurs' tricky preparation for Liverpool | Arsenal's top-four chances | Man City on the charge

The Essential Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 46:51


On this week's show we hear from former Tottenham defender Michael Dawson, and Peter Smith is joined by Sky Sports football journalists Gerard Brand, Ben Grounds and Adam Bate to look ahead to the Premier League weekend. PART 1 | After a series of postponements, Tottenham return to the field against a flying Liverpool side on Sunday. Just how hard is that as a player? Michael Dawson tells Sky's Kate Burlaga about the challenge facing Antonio Conte's men.PART 2 | Arsenal had a good midweek, moving fourth in the Premier League table with a win over West Ham. Can they stay there? Gerard Brand discusses their prospects. Plus, Ben Grounds tells us about his sitdown with Marcelo Bielsa in the wake of Leeds' awful 7-0 defeat at the hands of Man City. PART 3 | Indeed, Pep Guardiola's side are on the title charge, with seven wins in a row. Adam Bate explains how the manager's way of playing allows City to go on such devastating winning streaks – and, at the other end of the table, what their opponents this weekend, Newcastle, must do to stay up.

The Sky Sports Football Podcast
Premier League Preview – Spurs' tricky preparation for Liverpool | Arsenal's top-four chances | Man City on the charge

The Sky Sports Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 46:51


On this week's show we hear from former Tottenham defender Michael Dawson, and Peter Smith is joined by Sky Sports football journalists Gerard Brand, Ben Grounds and Adam Bate to look ahead to the Premier League weekend. PART 1 | After a series of postponements, Tottenham return to the field against a flying Liverpool side on Sunday. Just how hard is that as a player? Michael Dawson tells Sky's Kate Burlaga about the challenge facing Antonio Conte's men.PART 2 | Arsenal had a good midweek, moving fourth in the Premier League table with a win over West Ham. Can they stay there? Gerard Brand discusses their prospects. Plus, Ben Grounds tells us about his sitdown with Marcelo Bielsa in the wake of Leeds' awful 7-0 defeat at the hands of Man City. PART 3 | Indeed, Pep Guardiola's side are on the title charge, with seven wins in a row. Adam Bate explains how the manager's way of playing allows City to go on such devastating winning streaks – and, at the other end of the table, what their opponents this weekend, Newcastle, must do to stay up.

Spiritual Awakening ⏰
Its a tricky bitch

Spiritual Awakening ⏰

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 45:20


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Parents Tip of the Day
Bonding with your child can feel tricky as they get older. These age-by-age tips can help.

Parents Tip of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 4:50


How to Bond With Your Child at Any Age

Kevin McCullough Radio
20211213 - Apple And A Mouse-A-Day Stock Presents The Best Portfolio In Tricky Times

Kevin McCullough Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 52:44


20211213 - Apple And A Mouse-A-Day Stock Presents The Best Portfolio In Tricky Times by Kevin McCullough Radio

Grief Dreams Podcast
E206 - Dr. Karen Wyatt - These Roads Can Be Tricky Sometimes

Grief Dreams Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 62:42


Dr. Karen Wyatt is the bestselling author of the book 7 Lessons for Living from the Dying, which contains stories of patients she cared for as a hospice doctor and the spiritual lessons she learned from them at the end of their lives. Dr. Wyatt also hosts End-of-Life University Podcast, which features conversations with experts who work in all aspects of end-of-life care. She is widely regarded as a thought-leader in the effort to transform the way we care for our dying in the U.S. In addition, she is valued for her application of spiritual principles to illness and healthcare.   In this episode we talk about her podcast, working as a hospice doctor, the death of her father by suicide, difficulties processing the death, and grief dreams of her father.   You can find more about Karen at www.eoluniversity.com and on Instagram @kwyattmd   ***************   You can find more about Grief Dreams here:   Our website – www.griefdreams.ca - where you can find links to the podcast. Also, you can find the links to our online courses (A Grief Dreams Workshop and Crazy in Love: Using Romantic Relationships as a Vehicle for Growth) and One-on-One Grief Dreams Consulting with Dr. Joshua Black.   Instagram and Twitter - @Griefdreams   Clubhouse - @Griefdreams (Note: we have 2 clubs you can join - Grief Dreams and Grief Café)   Facebook – Grief Dreams Podcast Page and Grief Dreams Group   To support the podcast on Pateron visit https://www.patreon.com/griefdreamspodcast

Talking Creative
December 10th - Countdown to Christmas: How to Talk Proper

Talking Creative

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 7:37


It's December the 10th... ...and today we're talking about pronunciation and why it matters. We're looking at Tricky words that trip you up How to deal with foreign words in scripts Why you need to do your homework - as directors and as voiceovers Making decisions And lots of other stuff Here are the useful apps and websites I mentioned: https://howjsay.com/ (https://howjsay.com/) Oxford Dictionary of English app https://forvo.com/ (https://forvo.com/) If you enjoyed this podcast - please do subscribe, rate and review "Talking Creative - the Art of Voiceover Directing" on Apple Podcasts and Go to https://samanthaboffin.co.uk/talkingcreative (https://samanthaboffin.co.uk/talkingcreative) for the whole series so far.

Lazio Lounge
Lazio fall flat against Galatasaray to set up tricky European tie

Lazio Lounge

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 39:28


Lazio could only muster a disappointing 0-0 draw against Galatasaray to finish second in their Europa League group. We review the performance and discuss who we would like to draw in the play-off round

Surfing Corporate
Performance Reviews Part 2 - How to Nail These Tricky Bastards (Season 1 Finale)

Surfing Corporate

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 61:03


For the Season Finale of Surfing Corporate, we talk with Christine, an HR Vice President with 15 years of experience who worked 8 years at Yale and is currently at a global media company in the area of Corporate Functions. Christine gives the best actionable advice we've ever heard about how to tackle performance reviews if you're a manager and/or an employee.Here are a few key moments of the show:06:20 We share cool stats about where performance reviews should be headed  and get Christine's opinion on why many companies aren't there yet. 12:33 Christine addresses what to do if you don't get a helpful performance review from your boss. 14:52 Dos and Don'ts When You Head into Performance Reviews19:57 Surfing Strategies for Your Upcoming Performance Review24:06  We share with Christine our listeners' questions and comments about their company's performance review process, like, who actually  writes those templates we all have to fill out? Or why don't these reviews include two-way feedback where employees can review their managers?32:00 Christine explains why it's taken so long for companies to change their old-fashion performance review systems.34:18 We share highly sincere listener comments.42:09 Why don't managers have mandatory training when it comes to performance reviews? 46:52 Corporate Confessions

Dementia Researcher
Perpetual Postdoc - Avoiding the Ostrich Approach, Some Tricky Conversations About Academia

Dementia Researcher

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 26:56


Welcome to our mini-series on post-doccing in the 21st century, where we discuss the highs, the lows, the problems and the potential solutions. In this series Dr Yvonne Couch, ARUK Research Fellow from the University of Oxford is joined by Dr Kritika Samsi, Senior Research fellow at King's College London, Dr Sarah Kate Smith, Research Fellow at Sheffield Hallam and one of our new regular bloggers at Dementia Researcher Dr Kamar Ameen-Ali at the University of Glasgow. If you've not yet listened to it, go back and listen to the first episode where we pass on our wisdom to the next generation. In this, the second episode in the series, they discuss some of the things they love about academic life and some of the major obstacles they face. Tune in for the occasional painful truth about life in academia. All this week Dementia Researcher is publishing content aimed providing help, advice and support for anyone who feels a little 'stuck' at the postdoc career stage. Ideal for anyone looking to break out into indepednant research, avoid ever getting in the situation, hoping to work out how to get a promotion or accept this but challenge the issue of short-term contracts. You can find out more about our guests, and access a full transcript of this podcast on our website at: https://www.dementiaresearcher.nihr.ac.uk/podcast Register on our website to receive your weekly bulletin, and to access more great content – blogs, science, career support + much more https://www.dementiaresearcher.nihr.ac.uk This podcast is brought to you in association with Alzheimer's Research UK and Alzheimer's Society, who we thank for their ongoing support.

Classic Ghost Stories
S02E62 Sir Gawain & The Green Knight

Classic Ghost Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 126:39


Sir Gawain & The Green Knight Sir Gawain and The Green Knight is the original Christmas Ghost Story. Or technically a supernatural story set at Christmas in the kingdom of Logres ruled by King Arthur. It's pretty gothic. This is a prose translation of a Middle English poem called Sir Gawain and The Green Knight. The translation by Jessie Weston was published in 1898 and though it is certainly not Middle English she has left enough archaic words in to keep that flavour. Jessie Weston herself was born in 1850 in Surrey, England, the daughter of a tea merchant. When she was young the family moved to Bournemouth off England's south coast and she began writing there. She studied in Hildesheim in Germany and in Paris and at the Crystal Palace School of Art in South London.   She was most famous for her studies of Arthurian romances and the Grail legend where she put forth the ideas that the material was actually pre-Christian and pagan in origin. T S Eliot's The Wasteland was influenced by Weston's Arthurian studies.  The Green Knight as it stands was composed no later than the end of the 14th Century (the date of the manuscript) and may be much older. The language is Mercian influenced Middle English, probably from Lancashire. The boundary between Mercian and Northumbrian Old English runs through Lancashire and its dialect is influenced by both, but South Lancashire and Cheshire have Midlands' such as pronouncing the ‘g' in ‘king' and ‘thing'. If you're interested in Old English dialects, check out Simon Roper's Youtube Channel for a real treat.  The poem shows signs of oral storytelling with the rich, detailed descriptions that run in sequences and would probably delight an audience as they were elaborated.  The themes are of honour and courage, as befitted the courtly audience, but also of love and fashion, which traditionally interest ladies. Tricky subject these days, but that was the established view for centuries. Things change. I for one embrace change, while I mourn what it lost. I'm a bit like the VoiceOver by Galadriel at the start of the Fellowship of The Ring movie. There are folkloric features which Weston perhaps emphasis because she was interested in them: He bears a holly bough to symbolise life and rebirth. He pole vaults over water as fairies can't normally cross running water. The bargain is for a year and a day which is in all good fairy tales.  The motif of the talking head appears again and again in Celtic stories: Bran the Blessed, and Bricriu's Feast from the Ulster Cycle where the beheading challenge is seen. Of course the severed head is seen on a platter in the Perceval/Parsifal/Peredur Stories. The old lady in the castle is the famous with Morgana La Fee. “I trow” is “I think” or “I believe” “In sooth” is “truly”, “really” ‘fo sho' “Wit, wot, witen' are 'to know' . So “ I wit” is cognate with the German “Ich weiss” or the Dutch “ek weet” “List” is “like” or “please” “As he may list”  “As he pleases” “Welkin” is sky. “Hearken” is “hear, or listen to” Going through the recording as I edit, it strikes me that perhaps the green lace on the axe is the one that Gawain later gets from the lady and transpires to have been the knight's. It was the magic of this lace that allowed him to survive the blow. Not sure why I didn't figure that before. This is just what a modern author would be: place an item and bury it in detail so its significance isn't grasped until much later. It's mainly showing not telling too. We get some insight into Gawain's thinking, but mostly the situations are simply described and we infer internal motivations and ruminations from what we hear. Described. I also think it's unfair of the Green Knight to chide Gawain for cowardice, comparing his fearlessness when faced with the axe. The Green Knight knew he had a magic item that would protect him, so of course he wasn't scared. Unfair, I say. Unfair. You will note... Support this podcast

Big Juicy Creative
Ep 090: how to have those big juicy tricky conversations, with psychologist Sarah Rozenthuler

Big Juicy Creative

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 55:40


As well as a chartered psychologist, Sarah Rozenthuler is also a leadership coach and a motivational speaker and author –this episode is centred around her book 'How to Have Meaningful Conversations'. If you've ever struggled to express yourself in a tricky situation, especially where emotions run high, then this is a must-listen. As you'll hear, she truly sees conversation as a creative process – or rather a co-creative process.  She talks touchingly about why this subject is so close to her heart, particularly in relation to the conversations she had with her ex-husband, which she says she wouldn't have written the book had she not gone through that process. She also opens up about her spiritual side, and the role she thinks telling our story plays in our happiness as humans. For more on Sarah: See https://sarahrozenthuler.com/ To buy her book 'How to Have Meaningful Conversations' click here To get in touch with Suzy, host of Big Juicy Creative, see www.bigjuicycreative.co.uk or email suzy@bigjuicycreative.co.uk 

The Turkey Hunter Podcast with Andy Gagliano | Turkey Hunting Tips, Strategies, and Stories

The Story of a Tricky Old Gobbler This week Cameron takes us along on a live hunt where he tricked a trickster of a turkey this past season. This episode is full of gobbling and action and is sure to get you fired up for the upcoming Spring turkey season. This live audio and hunt may have some useful information and add a trick to your bag for spring 2022. Enjoy!

Monster Fuzz
Mini Fuzz: Wild Mickeys, Talking Tricky!

Monster Fuzz

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 61:21


In this episode we have a spooky listener story as well as some of our patron's burning questions!Xmas DnD:jkcarroll91@gmail.comSupport us:https://www.patreon.com/monsterfuzzhttps://linktr.ee/monsterfuzz

Shift Starter
Tricky situations

Shift Starter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 7:31


If you're ready to find out the exact steps to reach your full potential so you can make shift happen in your life then make sure you take the slow or go identity quiz at www.SlowOrGo.co

Evolve
Episode 25: 'Adoption Isn't a Bad Thing, It's a Tricky Thing'

Evolve

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 40:58


In the public imagination, the practice of adoption is often thought of as children in need of a loving home being matched with couples who get to fulfill deferred dreams of becoming parents. And as a bonus, society lifts one more child out of poverty. It's a win-win, right? Minna Scherlinder Morse, a writer and editor as well as an adoptive parent, says the reality and the history is far more nuanced. In this episode, timed for National Adoption Month, Morse examines adoption from a Jewish ethical lens and raises many questions. Are birth parents pressured to give up children by adoption agents? Could social policy make it possible for more birth families to raise children? Why does the flow of children seem to move from poorer families of color to wealthier, white families, or from impoverished nations to the developed ones? “Adoption isn't a bad thing, it's a tricky thing,” Morse says, noting that transracial adoptions can increase the complexities for all involved. She also offers particular advice for families exploring adoption and outlines some steps Jewish communities can take to right historical wrongs. Theme song, “Ilu Finu” by Rabbi Miriam Margles. Her album This is the Day is available for purchase at CDBaby: https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/miriammarglesandthehadarensemb Visit our home on the web — Evolve: Groundbreaking Jewish Conversions: http://evolve.reconstructingjudaism.org Subscribe by Email at http://subscribebyemail.com/evolve.fireside.fm/rss Read these show notes on the web at https://evolve.fireside.fm/25 This podcast is produced by Reconstructing Judaism. Visit us at ReconstructingJudaism.org (https://ReconstructingJudaism.org). Special Guest: Minna Scherlinder Morse.

God's Whole Story
2 Corinthians 2- Tricky Pastoral Situations

God's Whole Story

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 17:10


The Bulletproof Musician
Struggling to Get a Tricky Passage up to Tempo? Why Slow, Accurate Practice May Actually Be the Problem.

The Bulletproof Musician

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 17:32


We've all been told that slow practice is important. And while it's certainly an important tool to have in your toolbox, there is research which suggests that slow practice can potentially cause problems too, if we are too focused on slow, accurate playing in the early stages of learning something new. What?! In today's episode, you'll learn why this is, and two strategies to help you learn a new piece at the goal tempo from day 1. Struggling to Get a Tricky Passage up to Tempo? Why Slow, Accurate Practice May Actually Be the Problem.

Ask the Doulas
Talking About Tricky Topics With Your Caregivers

Ask the Doulas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 26:06


Today we discuss the importance of having difficult conversations with your nanny or caregiver. Joining us is Carol Kramer Arsenault of Boston Baby Nurse & Nanny.

The Stacey West Podcast
148 - Doncaster, Pompey, Stanley and a Tricky Week..

The Stacey West Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 53:59


Well this has been a fun week, hasn't it? “Indifferent” performances against Doncaster and Portsmouth see Ben and Jake licking their wounds a little bit, but previewing Accrington at home, as well as picking the bones out of the last two games. Fingers crossed we're looking back next week at a decent result, but until then get subscribed, and Up the Imps!

RBN Energy Blogcast
Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) - Journey to Decarbonization a Tricky Path for Crude Oil, Natural Gas, NGLs

RBN Energy Blogcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 11:43


The Paul & Jordana Show
How to navigate tricky family situations and where to take your next day trip?

The Paul & Jordana Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 34:13


11/24 Paul and Jordana show 5pm hour  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Total Soccer Show: USMNT, EPL, MLS, Champions League and more ...
International Break Review! Canada dominate, Italy & Portugal face tricky fate

Total Soccer Show: USMNT, EPL, MLS, Champions League and more ...

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 75:26


Five of the six FIFA confederations pursued World Cup Qualification during this international break (come on OFC, get it together!) and nine teams qualified for the big show in Qatar. Ryan, Taylor, Graham and Joe are here to look at the success stories, the also-rans, and whatever Scotland is these days. Sponsors! Helix Sleep! Helix is offering up to $200 off all mattress orders and two free pillows to TSS listeners who visit HelixSleep.com/TSS! Wealthfront! To get your first $5,000 managed for free, go to wealthfront.com/TSS! Better Help! TSS listeners get 10% off their first month at BetterHelp.com/TSS! American Giant! Get 20% off American Giant's collection of durable essentials when you use code TSS at american-giant.com! Omaze! Enter today to win life-changing prizes and experiences at omaze.com/TSS20. Plus, receive 20 extra entries when you enter code TSS20! DirecTV! DIRECTV STREAM brings your live TV and on demand favorites together like never before. Visit directv.com to learn more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Offended
Offended: Episode 181 - AEW: Full Gear Review! COWBOY SHIT!

Offended

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 60:27


The era of COWBOY SHIT HAS BEGUN! Tricky and KT KT Naked Ladyy breakdown the fantastic AEW: Full Gear PPV!

#MOMTRUTHS with Cat & Nat
Parenting is F*cking Tricky

#MOMTRUTHS with Cat & Nat

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 39:22


Well we have some exciting news, and if you follow us on Instagram stories, you know we are on the way down to the studio to record our audio book "Mom Secrets" which comes out in March 2022. In this episode we talk about so many good parenting conversations. Do you feel solid on your own? Could you imagine what it would be like if your kids had a solid foundation for themselves and not just bits and pieces of themselves? We talk about all of this and more.Want our podcasts sent straight to your phone? Text us the word "Podcast" to +1 (917) 540-8715 and we'll text you the new episodes when they're released!Tune in for new #MOMTRUTHS episodes every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday!Follow @momtruthspodcast on Instagram: https://instagram.com/momtruthspodcastFind out how you can help bring joy to moms and kids: https://give.unityvalues.com/41oVl1?ref=ab_09MQM8_ab_7AFrGbBecome a member of The Common Parent for the parenting resources and support you need for just $5.99/month or $59.99/year: https://thecommonparent.comFollow The Common Parent over on Instagram: https://instagram.com/thecommonparentCome see us LIVE on tour!! To see a full list of cities and dates, go to https://catandnattour.com.Make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel for our new cooking show and our #momtruth videos: https://bitly.com/catnatyoutubeCheck out our Amazon Lives here: https://bitly.com/catnatamazonliveOrder TAYLIVI here: https://taylivi.comGet personalized videos from us on Cameo: https://cameo.com/catandnatCome hang with us over on https://instagram.com/catandnat all day long.And follow us on https://tiktok.com/@catandnatofficial! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Go Ask Ali
The Tricky Psychology of Money w/ Amanda Clayman

Go Ask Ali

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 50:11


Ali explores the psychology of money with financial therapist Amanda Clayman. For so many people money is like sex, they grew up never properly learning about it, fumble around for a few years and probably make some basic mistakes. Amanda covers a lot of territory like why shame can be a good thing, what anger is telling us, the importance of the stories in our heads, and how money management could be a tool for personal growth. // If you have questions or guest suggestions, Ali would love to hear from you. Call or text her at (323) 364-6356. Or email go-ask-ali-podcast-at-gmail.com. (No dashes) Links of Interest: www.amandaclayman.com Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Copy Chief Radio
CCR242: (New Breed) Arthur Lih - The tricky business of saving lives

Copy Chief Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 21:08


My guest today Arthur Lih, is the inventor of LifeVac, a device that has saved 160+ lives (70 of them children) since he invented it. His “reason why” story will break your heart. 

The Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast: Lead Like Never Before
CNLP 456 | Beth and Jeff McCord on How to Handle the Tricky Side (i.e. People Side) of Team Leadership, Using the Enneagram to Diffuse Tension and Get the Best from Your Leaders

The Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast: Lead Like Never Before

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 61:28


YourEnneagramCoach.com founders Beth and Jeff McCord talk about how the Enneagram can help you better lead your team past misunderstandings and through conflict and tension toward a better future....Read the whole entry... »

The Land of Israel Network
Yishai Fleisher Show: Scintillating Soups & Tricky Truths

The Land of Israel Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 68:26


Rabbi Yishai is joined by Rav Mike Feuer to discuss the Genesis Torah portion of Toldot and the tricky relationship between Esav and Yaakov - where one power rises and other falls - and the even trickier path to getting Isaac's blessings.

Hound PodCast: Double U Hunting Supply
EP 86: Smart Bears, Tricky Cats and more with Paul Laney

Hound PodCast: Double U Hunting Supply

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 41:35


Paul kicks things off with a great story about one of the smartest bears he has ever chased.  The guys also talk about the added challenges when hunting with clients and how not everyone has what it takes when its time to get down to business. Jason has Paul describe the conditions and terrain to paint a picture of what dogs/hunters face when chasing bears and Paul's personal favorite, bobcat in the great woods of Maine. Paul even give an inside look into the bobcat playbook. If your ever find yourself in Maine make sure to look up Paul and the Grand Lake Lodge at https://grandlakelodgemaine.com/

The Bobby Bones Show
Bobby Helps Listener with ‘Relationship Scale' + Barbara Corcoran on her Best + Worst Shark Tank Investments and How to Answer A Tricky Job Interview Question + Raymundo Celebrate 1-Year Anniversary

The Bobby Bones Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 88:21


A listener emailed into the email saying that she used Bobby's ‘relationship scale' with her husband. He agreed to go to her high school reunion based on the fact that it was important to her…but then was visually upset the entire time. Bobby helps her navigate this ‘scale' he uses with his wife. We talk to Barbara Corcoran about her best and worst Shark Tank investments, how to answer the question ‘what's your biggest weakness' in a job interview and about her new podcast / phone number you can call for her to answer your questions. Raymundo celebrated his 1-year wedding anniversary over the weekend! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

All Songs Considered
New Music Friday: The top 8 albums out on Oct. 22

All Songs Considered

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 32:56


NPR Music's picks for the best albums out today include new ones from the K-pop singer CL, rapper and producer Wale, a new project from Tricky called Lonely Guest, Grouper and more.Featured Albums:1. CL — ALPHAFeatured song: "Chuck"2. Wale — Folarin IIFeatured song: "Name Ring Bells"3. Grouper — ShadeFeatured song: "Pale Interior"4. Helado Negro — Far InFeatured song: "Wake Up Tomorrow"5. angel du$t — Yak: A Collection of Truck SongsFeatured song: "Love is the Greatest" and "All the Way Dumb"6. Lonely Guest — Lonely GuestFeatured songs: "Atmosphere" and "Move Me"7. John Forté — Vessels, Angels & AncestorsFeatured song: "88"8. Circuit des Yeux — -ioFeatured song: "Sculpting the Exodus"Other notable releases for Oct. 22: Bedouine — Waysides; Jackson + Sellers — Breaking Point; John Coltrane — A Love Supreme: Live in Seattle; Lana Del Rey — Blue Banisters; My Morning Jacket — My Morning Jacket.