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DIESEL FUEL SURGING: #Markets: The higher price of energy; & What is to be done? Richard A Epstein, @RichardAEpstein, @HooverInst, Tisch Professor of Law NYU Bedford Senior Fellow; Hoover Institution; senior lecturer, University of Chicago Law School. https://www.hoover.org/research/fercs-unwise-regulatory-power-play 1938 FDR
How do you take a story everyone thinks they know, and look at it through a new lens? What role – if any – does the identity of the translator play in the retelling of a story? And what is it like telling your own story after spending much of your career interpreting – and being interpreted by – others? This week, Audie chats with Emily Wilson. Wilson is the translator of Homeric epics like “The Odyssey.” She is a professor of Classical Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, and a frequent subject of headlines and stories herself. Her translation of The Iliad came out September 26. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
LINA KHAN VS JEFF BEZOS: 1/2 Our regulatory agencies and their abduction by “interests.” @RichardAEpstein (Originally posted August 3, 2021) Theory of Regulatory Capture* by the Regulated. Richard A Epstein, Tisch Professor of Law NYU Bedford Senior Fellow; Hoover Institution; senior lecturer, University of Chicago Law School. @RichardAEpstein https://promarket.org/2021/07/22/george-stigler-theory-economic-regulation-interest-group-politics-industry/ * Regulatory agencies come to be acquired by the interests they regulate and not by the public interest. 1913 FDR
LINA KHAN VS JEFF BEZOS: 2/2 Our regulatory agencies and their abduction by “interests.” @RichardAEpstein (Originally posted August 3, 2021) Theory of Regulatory Capture* by the Regulated. Richard A Epstein, Tisch Professor of Law NYU Bedford Senior Fellow; Hoover Institution; senior lecturer, University of Chicago Law School. @RichardAEpstein https://promarket.org/2021/07/22/george-stigler-theory-economic-regulation-interest-group-politics-industry/ * Regulatory agencies come to be acquired by the interests they regulate and not by the public interest. 1903 CA
Charlie's favorite college football team just scorched Deion Sanders's University of Colorado team, so it's time for Charlie to finally weigh in on the Prime Time question: Is Deion an inspiring Christian leader, a loudmouth with an inflate ego, or a little of both? Charlie digs in to the most fascinating story in sports. Plus, Liz Wheeler explodes the left's sinister agenda to snatch your children away from you.Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/supportSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Federal Reserve has hiked rates in rapid fashion, yet the evidence of their impact is scarce. Inflation is still hot (though it has come down quite a bit.) The unemployment rate remains very low. And economic growth appears to be robust. So does this mean that higher rates aren't significant? Or could it be that their impact has simply yet to be felt, and that it's still coming. On this episode, our guest argues the latter case that due to lags, we really haven't felt the pain from rate hikes yet. Julia Coronado, is the founder, CEO and president of Macro Policy Perspectives, as well as a Clinical Associate Professor of Finance at the University of Texas McCombs School of Business. She argues that we really haven't felt the credit effects yet from higher rates, but that they're on the way. In particular, we discuss the delayed impact on commercial real estate and other areas of the economy where debt may have been termed out, but will eventually need refinancing.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bio Stephen W. Porges, PhD, is Distinguished University Scientist at Indiana University where he is the founding director of the Traumatic Stress Research Consortium in the Kinsey Institute. He is professor of psychiatry at the University of North Carolina, and professor emeritus at both the University of Illinois at Chicago and the University of Maryland. He served as president of the Society for Psychophysiological Research and the Federation of Associations in Behavioral & Brain Sciences and is a former recipient of a National Institute of Mental Health Research Scientist Development Award. He is the originator of the Polyvagal Theory, creator of a music-based intervention, the Safe and Sound Protocol, and a founder of the Polyvagal Institute. Seth Porges is a journalist and filmmaker. He wrote, produced, and directed the hit film Class Action Park, which debuted at number one on HBO Max, was nominated for a Critics Choice Documentary Award, and won Best Documentary at the 2021 Hollywood Critics Association Film Awards. He is currently directing an upcoming film for a major streaming service, as well as a documentary about professional pickleball. Seth was previously a technology editor at Popular Mechanics magazine, a columnist for Bloomberg Businessweek, and has appeared in roughly 50 episodes of the Travel Channel's Mysteries at the Museum. Sign up for 10% off of Shrink Rap Radio CE credits at the Zur Institute
Danny's journey was filled with ups and downs, ultimately leading to a profound realization about his own unhappiness. Despite having everything the world deemed successful - the external trappings of wealth and luxury, such as the house, cars, and business - Danny found himself feeling miserable. It was during his first experience with Ayahuasca that his perspective began to shift. He discovered that true fulfillment lies in understanding the essence of one's being and reconnecting with the heart. This profound insight taught him that there is no need to strive relentlessly when one has found their true self and embraced a sense of inner peace.In this episode, Danny shares his personal journey of overcoming challenges and the profound impact it had on his life. He opens up about the deep emotional journey he went through as he witnessed his mother deteriorating over a five-year period, leading him to question the meaning of life and challenge traditional beliefs. Danny delves into his own transformation, exploring themes of spirituality, self-awareness, and the power of love.We also dive into some thought-provoking topics, such as the societal pressures that push people to seek validation through material possessions, and the importance of healing relationships with parents. Danny challenges listeners to reflect on their own lives, exploring the role of ego versus heart-centered living.This episode is packed with powerful insights and transformative wisdom, so be sure to tune in and join us on this incredible journey of growth and self-discovery with Danny Morel, right here on the University of Adversity podcast
Dr. Ivan "Zak" Zakharenkov joins the show to talk about a recent article of his, and the wellness research he is doing in the veterinary industry. He and Dr. Andy Roark discuss the impacts of production-based compensation on wellness and well-being, and how veterinary teams might be compensated in a more satisfying way. LINKS: Article: Does Production Pay Undermine Veterinary Team Well-Being? Galaxy Vets: An Employee-Owned Veterinary Group Veterinary Innovation Podcast Dr. Ivan Zak on LinkedIn Book: Great Game of Business (Links to Amazon.com are affiliate links and help support the show) Dr. Andy Roark Resources Dr. Andy Roark Exam Room Communication Tool Box Team Training Course Dr. Andy Roark Charming the Angry Client Team Training Course Dr. Andy Roark Swag ABOUT OUR GUEST: Dr. Ivan "Zak" Zakharenkov is a veterinarian, entrepreneur, and advocate for the well-being of veterinary professionals. After graduating from the Atlantic Veterinary College, he worked in various settings across Canada, from emergency to general practice. Twelve years in veterinary medicine inspired Ivan to create Smart Flow, a workflow optimization system, and Veterinary Integration Solutions, a consultancy serving veterinary consolidators. In 2021, he founded Galaxy Vets, an employee-owned veterinary healthcare system that prioritizes burnout prevention. He holds an MBA degree from the University of Cumbria in international healthcare management. Ivan serves on the board of Galaxy Vets Foundation and co-hosts Veterinary Innovation Podcast and Consolidate That!
Tonight's keynote speaker is a great coach. I always like to talk about a great coach. I like to put him in perspective. Many of us think that being a great coach means that you fall into a great job. Not tonight. This guy has paid his dues. He was the head age group coach at the Cincinnati Marlins. He was the senior assistant coach for the Las Vegas Gold swim team. He was the head coach for the Birmingham Swim League. He was the head coach for the Napa Valley swim team. Then he went to the NBAC and worked as the head senior coach there under Coach Murray Stevens. He met a young athlete there in whom he saw a lot of talent: Michael Phelps. I think that the best thing, and the thing that I respect the most about Bob, ever since I had an opportunity to work with him after Michael made the 2000 Olympic team at the age of 14, is that Bob always had a vision that he instilled in Michael. They were not necessarily Bob's goals, but the vision was Bob's vision, and Bob helped Michael set his goals and he helped Michael believe in his goals. When Bob went from North Baltimore to the University of Michigan, Michael followed him to train. We all know what happened there! One of the best things that happened recently is that Bob has purchased and will become the CEO and head coach of the North Baltimore Aquatic Club, the place where he met Michael. Going back to his roots, and going into business with Michael to continue the dream at North Baltimore Aquatic Club is an awesome thing for Unites States Swimming – especially considering all of the work that Murray Stevens has put into that dream in the NBAC culture. Ladies and Gentlemen, here is probably the best coach of our generation: Coach Bob Bowman. Our Sponsors: EO SWIM BETTER: Analyse your stroke technique with eo's SwimBETTER handsets. Go to eolab.com/SwimBETTER, and use code BRETT at checkout to get 9 months free on a single gold annual membership with any handset purchase. BRATTER PA IMMIGRATION LAW: Exclusive immigration representation of athletes, entrepreneurs, artists, investors, and entertainers. BEINE WELLNESS BUILDING: Individualize your nutrition with genetic testing and personalized plans. Eat, supplement, and recover based on your genetics. SWIMSTRONG DRYLAND: SwimStrong Dryland inspires and changes the lives of competitive swimmers through strength and leadership training, motivation and care. IMAGINE SWIMMING: NYC's Premier Swim School is looking for instructors and coaches! Lessons for all ages, from Baby Swim to adults, along with competitive club teams. VASA: Essential dryland for stronger, better, faster swimmers. Save 10% using the code "brett" at checkout! DESTRO SWIM TOWERS: Save $150 per double swim tower by using the code "brett" at checkout! INTL SWIMMING HALL OF FAME: Help preserve swimming history by joining the 1 in 1000 Club!
How to go from the Swedish housing projects to billionaire CEO of Spotify. In this new episode Steven sits down with the co-founder and CEO of Spotify, Daniel Ek. Daniel Ek is a Swedish entrepreneur who started his first company in 1997 at just 14 years old. He eventually dropped out of college and founded the online marketing firm, Advertigo, which he sold in 2006 to the Swedish company Tradedoubler at 23 years old. Coming out of early retirement, Daniel founded Spotify alongside Martin Lorentzon in 2006. In this conversation Daniel and Steven discuss topics, such as: His childhood in a single parent household The importance of his mother in his success Growing up in the Swedish projects Coming from a musical family Overcoming being an introvert His ability to adapt to changing situations Not fitting in when he was growing up How his difference helped in his later success Starting his first company while at school How people worry more about failing then succeeding Why effort can't always beat talent People not understanding what it's actually like to be a billionaire How spare time is now his most important currency Why the idea of success through University is outdated What football taught him about business Retiring at 23 years old Why he found being rich and successful depressing How the idea of ‘why-not' helped to create Spotify Realising that he had approached his career in the wrong way How Spotify nearly collapsed 4 times The importance of culture in organisations Why you should take the risk of betting on yourself Follow Daniel: Twitter: https://bit.ly/465g8WM Watch the episodes on Youtube - https://g2ul0.app.link/3kxINCANKsb My new book! 'The 33 Laws Of Business & Life' is out now: https://smarturl.it/DOACbook Follow me: Instagram: http://bit.ly/3nIkGAZ Twitter:http://bit.ly/3ztHuHm Linkedin: https://bit.ly/41Fl95Q Telegram: http://bit.ly/3nJYxST Sponsors: Linkedin: https://linkedin.com/doac Huel: https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb Shopify: https://shopify.com/bartlett Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Deal delays can be a real headache for both buyers and sellers. So, we invited David Kamara on the show to untangle the mysteries behind these setbacks and dive into the current prospects of value-added multifamily investments in today's ever-changing real estate landscape. Stay tuned for insights that can make or break your next move!KEY TAKEAWAYS Considerations before buying a long-held propertyThe significance of trust and transparency in investor-broker deals Impact of delayed deals in acquiring properties and loans Reasons for purchasing value-add multifamily deals Why it's crucial to use an investor-centric approach to gauge your risk tolerance RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONEDDon't miss an incredible opportunity to transform your financial life. Grab your FREE eBook copy of The Personal Cash Flow Formula by visiting https://capesierracapital.com/cashflow and take control of your money like never before!ABOUT DAVID KAMARA David has been a real estate investor since buying his first duplex in 2006. Over time, he has transformed the portfolio from residential, single-family, and duplex units to focus on larger multi-family investing, including apartment buildings and townhouse communities. When David is not looking for the next investment opportunity, he is a successful management consultant and highly sought-after advisor to C-suite executives and private equity investors. He has held a number of interim CIO and COO roles and has been involved in over 50 private equity, corporate, and strategic transactions.David received his MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He holds a Master of Liberal Arts degree from the University of Chicago and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. David speaks five languages. CONNECT WITH DAVID Website: Cape Sierra Capital: https://capesierracapital.com/ CONNECT WITH USSchedule a 20-min get-to-know each other call - bit.ly/3OK31kISchedule a 20-min call to explore performance coaching - bit.ly/Coaching-JulieSchedule a 30-min call to learn about investing with Three Keys Investments - bit.ly/3yteWhxJoin the Book and Networking club via Zoom at: bit.ly/3HBPnQw or sign up at: bit.ly/3c0dr1uVisit ThreeKeysInvestments.com to download a free e-book, “Why Invest in Apartments”!Learn how to reduce your tax liability by scheduling a FREE consultation at https://modewealth.com/If you're looking for an affordable healthcare solution, check out Christian Healthcare Ministries by visiting https://bit.ly/3JTRm1I Please RSS: Review, Subscribe, Share!
Ducks Unlimited and the University of Texas at El Paso announce the launch of duckDNA, a new project where waterfowl hunters will collect and submit tissue samples from harvested ducks for genetic analysis. Participants will be contributing to cutting-edge science, and in exchange will receive certificates of genetic analysis for their harvested ducks. Join Dr. Phil Lavretsky, Dr. Mike Brasher, and Ashley Tunstall to learn how you can get involved. duckDNA: Where You Become the Scientist!www.ducks.org/DUPodcast
In Christian meditation, we are re-aligning ourselves vertically. We're remapping our horizontal realities with a vertical view/perspective. Enabling us to embody that vertical perspective replaces anxiety and tension with a calm confidence. If your podcast app is set to skip the silent sections, disable that in your podcast app for this podcast. Isaiah 43:10-11 ESV “You are my witnesses,” declares the LORD, “and my servant whom I have chosen, that you may know and believe me and understand that I am he. Before me no god was formed, nor shall there be any after me. I, I am the LORD, and besides me there is no savior.” “The LORD” in our English Bibles is indicating that in Hebrew God's name, Yahweh, is used. Yahweh is the ancient Hebrew verb form for “HE IS.” God's name in the Hebrew scriptures is used more than any other term for God. More than “God” is used. When we survey the various truths associated with God's name, HE IS, in the Hebrew scriptures (what we call the Old Testament), four important aspects of God are emphasized. HE IS the Creator and Sustainer of ALL that exists, including this entire universe. HE IS the Giver and Sustainer of ALL life everywhere always. HE IS Eternally God. HE IS ALWAYS 100% present with you and focused on you in every present moment (without being any less present or focused anywhere else in the universe, because HE IS infinite). These four realities of what God's name means are easy to memorize, and so to remember them when you “Praise the LORD” will help you replace anxieties and self-protective guarding with a calm confidence and peace. Who can you share this podcast with? If you found this episode helpful, consider sharing it on social media or texting it to a friend you think might benefit from it. Follow Dave Cover on Twitter @davecover Follow A Bigger Life on Twitter @ABiggerLifePod Our audio engineer is Matthew Matlack. This podcast is a ministry of The Crossing, a church in Columbia, Missouri, a college town where the flagship campus of the University of Missouri is located.
My guest today is Grace Barnes whose new book it titled: National Identity and the British Musical — From Blood Brothers to Cinderella. This is a fascinating book that explores how British national identity has, and often has not, been dramatized in British musical theater, and she does this by examining the content and context of musicals such as Blood Brothers, Mama Mia, Billy Elliott, The Hired Man and the current smash hit SIX. And, of course, she also considers the tremendous impact that the "mega musicals" such as Les Miserable and The Phantom Of The Opera (both of which are still running in London), as well as the tremendous power and domination that Andrew Lloyd Webber and Cameron Mackintosh have had on the British musical theatre industry. In addition she explores why UK critics so seldom give any serious consideration to musical theater and — in contrast to the way American musicals are often discussed — why British musicals are so often overlooked in national debates regarding culture and identity. This is the first part of our recent conversation in which we discuss all of that and more! Grace Barnes is an independent scholar, director, and playwright who has worked as an associate and resident director on productions of My Fair Lady, Fiddler On the Roof, Into The Woods, Sunset Blvd, The Witches of Eastwick, Martin Guerre, West Side Story, and Guys And Dolls in the United Kingdom, Germany, and Australia. She has a PhD from the University of Technology in Sydney and her previous book is titled Her Turn Onstage — The Role Of Women In Musical Theatre. Become a PATRON of Broadway Nation! This episode is made possible in part through the generous support of our Patron Club members including one of our newest members: Lois Hunter. If you would like to help support the work of Broadway Nation I will information at the end of the podcast about how you too can become a Patron. If you are a fan ofBroadway Nation, I invite you too to become a PATRON! For a just $7.00 a month you will receive exclusive access to never-before-heard, unedited versions of many of the discussions that I have with my guests — in fact I often record nearly twice as much conversation as ends up in the edited versions. You will also have access to additional in-depth conversations with my frequent co-host Albert Evans that have not been featured on the podcast. All patrons receive special “on-air” shout-outs and acknowledgement of your vital support of this podcast. And if you are very enthusiastic about Broadway Nation there are additional PATRON levels that come with even more benefits. If you would like to support the work of Broadway Nation and receive these exclusive member benefits, please just click on this link: https://broadwaynationpodcast.supercast.tech/ Thank you in advance for your support! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How important is confidence? Psychologists say confidence is a series of mental, physical, and emotional habits that can be learned. What makes some people overconfident while others are realistic about their abilities and why are both outlooks important to succeed in life?Ian Robertson is Co-Director of the Global Brain Health Institute (Trinity College Dublin and University of California at San Francisco) and Co-Leader of The BrainHealth Project at University of Texas at Dallas. A trained clinical psychologist as well as a neuroscientist, he is internationally renowned for his research on neuropsychology. He has written five books and numerous newspaper and magazine articles and comment pieces in the Guardian, Times, Telegraph, Irish Times, Time magazine and New York magazine, amongst others. He has appeared on BBC Radio and featured in several major television documentaries. He is a regular speaker at major futurology and business conferences in Europe, the USA and Asia.“Young people who are rightly feeling very anxious about the future of the world, the worst thing for them is to just feel this constant sense of threat and hopelessness. The best thing they can do is to change that fear into anger. However, anger is a dangerous and powerful emotion. And the thing about anger is its purpose in life is as a negotiating tool. So there has to be a sense of action of something you want to happen, a goal, and you know who it is you're asking to achieve that goal. And that's where collective action becomes a fuel and that fuel empowers confidence. And of course, confidence is most powerful when it's collective.”https://ianrobertson.orgwww.gbhi.orgwww.penguin.co.uk/books/441931/how-confidence-works-by-robertson-ian/9781787633728https://centerforbrainhealth.org/projectwww.creativeprocess.infowww.oneplanetpodcast.orgIG www.instagram.com/creativeprocesspodcast
One of television's most popular true-crime series is now adapted for your ears with the “48 Hours” podcast. Every week, award-winning CBS News correspondents investigate the most intriguing crime and justice cases. Here's a preview of a new “48 Hours” episode, “The Night of the Idaho Student Murders”. "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant sits down with family members of Kaylee Goncalves and Xana Kernodle, two of the four University of Idaho students shockingly murdered the night of November 13, 2022. You can hear the rest of this episode on the “48 Hours” podcast from CBS News. For even more “48 Hours”, listen to the new “Post Mortem” series every Tuesday, where the correspondents and producers share their first hand experiences reporting on the compelling cases they cover. Listen to 48 Hours ad-free right now by joining Wondery Plus in the Wondery App or on Apple Podcasts: Wondery.fm/48_PR Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, I join Prince Ea for a discussion about self-acceptance, meditation, and fitness. We dive deep into relationships, and how love is ultimately the cure for everything. We explore an ideal morning routine, starting with sunlight, movement, and meditation. We then dig into the role fitness plays in our lives, and the ways in which giving back can be a healthy process for ourselves and those around us. Richard Williams, better known by his stage name Prince Ea, is an American rapper, spoken word artist, and civil rights activist from St Louis, MO. Prince Ea is a familiar face for anyone with a newsfeed: he's accumulated over 1 billion views on Facebook and YouTube. His messages of compassion in the form of content-heavy spoken word poetry has earned him global recognition as an social influencer on peace and civil rights with a focus on education. His "I Just Sued the School System" video received 7.9 million views. He is a graduate of University of Missouri-St. Louis. Start your membership today and receive $250 off at mylifeforce.com/align, and get 15% off addition purchases with code ALIGN To start the FREE TRIAL of the Align Method Program, head to https://www.alignpodcast.com/amp Join over 8 million men worldwide who trust MANSCAPED with this exclusive offer for you…. 20% off and free worldwide shipping with code ALIGN at manscaped.com.
Episode #64 featuring Louis Zmich. Louis is an Assistant Professor of Marketing and a Sales Readiness Coach for the Sykes College of Business at the University of Tampa. Along with his teaching career, Louis is an author with research that has been published in The Journal of Marketing Education, and The Journal of Selling.Listen to James Ontra and Louis Zmich talk about the institution of Sales at the University of Tampa and how the university prepares UT Spartans for success. This podcast is sponsored by Shufflrr, visit www.shufflrr.com for Presentation Management
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the remarkable diversity of the animals that dominated life on land in the Triassic, before the rise of the dinosaurs in the Jurassic, and whose descendants are often described wrongly as 'living fossils'. For tens of millions of years, the ancestors of alligators and Nile crocodiles included some as large as a bus, some running on two legs like a T Rex and some that lived like whales. They survived and rebounded from a series of extinction events but, while the range of habitats of the dinosaur descendants such as birds covers much of the globe, those of the crocodiles have contracted, even if the animals themselves continue to evolve today as quickly as they ever have. With Anjali Goswami Research Leader in Life Sciences and Dean of Postgraduate Education at the Natural History Museum Philip Mannion Lecturer in the Department of Earth Sciences at University College London And Steve Brusatte Professor of Palaeontology and Evolution at the University of Edinburgh Producer Simon Tillotson
We never really understand our inherent bias until we understand our inherent bias. Fellow Podcaster Bruce Anthony, comes clean about his own homophobia and how it has enabled him to step beyond the judgments and open up to empathy and understanding so that he can continue to lean into other perspectives of life. About Bruce As an individual with an insatiable curiosity about people from different backgrounds, cultures, religions, and ideologies, Bruce believes that acquiring knowledge from diverse aspects of life helps us evolve as individuals and become more complete human beings. His journey into podcasting began as people found interest in my thoughts and opinions on various aspects of life. He seized the opportunity to start this podcast as a platform for interviewing intriguing individuals and engaging in captivating conversations. By exploring the intersections of society, politics, and identity, we aim to provide insightful perspectives that challenge conventional wisdom and foster meaningful dialogue. While his academic background includes a degree in history from the University of Maryland, where he initially pursued a career in teaching, the essence of being an educator remains at the core of who he is. Throughout his professional journey, which encompasses diverse roles such as bartender, restaurant manager, part owner of a pro wrestling company, personal trainer, and fitness director, he has had the privilege of interacting with people from all walks of life. Connect With Bruce Website Instagram YouTube Twitter
Audible Bleeding editors Wen Kawaji (@WenKawaji), Yasong Yu (@YasongYuMD), and Imani McElroy (@IEMcElroy) are joined by Seth Sankary to discuss their experiences this past year going through the fellowship match process. They discuss the pearls and pitfalls of the interview trail and what influenced their final rank list decisions. Show Guests: Seth Sankary, MD - General Surgery Chief Resident at the University of Chicago Follow us @audiblebleeding Learn more about us at https://www.audiblebleeding.com/about-1/ and provide us with your feedback with our listener survey.
How ageing happens and whether it can be slowed has recently become the subject of intense research and investment. Scientists are exploring differing approaches to reducing age-related deterioration, tech billionaires are experimenting with as-yet-unproven interventions. It is entirely possible that by 2100, people will typically live to be 100, thanks to a better understanding of the process of ageing. But is there a limit to how far human lives can be extended? Host: Alok Jha, The Economist's science and technology editor. Contributors: Geoff Carr, The Economist's senior editor (science and technology); Bryan Johnson, a tech entrepreneur and self-declared “rejuvenation athlete”; Paul Knoepfler, a professor in longevity at the University of California, Davis; Irina Conboy, a biotechnology professor at the University of California, Berkeley; Mike Conboy, a researcher at the University of California, Berkeley.Sign up for Economist Podcasts+ now and get 50% off your subscription with our limited time offer. You will not be charged until Economist Podcasts+ launches.If you're already a subscriber to The Economist, you'll have full access to all our shows as part of your subscription.For more information about Economist Podcasts+, including how to get access, please visit our FAQs page. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Note to Parents: This episode contains graphic descriptions of the procedures and medical facts concerning abortion. We strongly advise using discretion in sharing this with young children. For decades, the abortion debate has been a flashpoint of passion and division in our society - precisely because it is so much more than words and arguments. It strikes at the very heart of what it means to build a family. Here at The Family Business with The Alessis, we believe strongly in empowering families with the truth so they can build a generational legacy, so we have prepared a 2-part series on this topic to give you the best foundation and information as things stand now, especially after the overturning of Roe. V. Wade in 2022. To help navigate this complex topic, we are blessed to welcome a family friend and expert on the laws, history and ideological concepts around the abortion industry - Cristina M. Squiers. Cristina has a long, deep friendship with the Alessi family, and has risen to the top of her field as a ligitator and counsel in cases involving pro-life causes and the abortion industry. Today, she sits down with several of the young ladies in the Alessi family to dig deeper into how this issue affects women and families beyond the soundbites and political chatter. Cristina Squiers graduated from Princeton University and was a recipient of the University's ReachOut Fellowship. During her fellowship year, Cristina worked at the nation's largest adoption agency and started a mentoring program for youth leaving foster care. She received her J.D. from Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law where she served as Editor-in-Chief of the SMU Law Review and interned for Catharina Haynes of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. She now practices law in Dallas, TX and is married to her husband Dr. Jack Squiers. Together they have 3 children and are expecting their fourth. . If this helped you, you should also listen to: From Mother to Daughter: Honest Questions about Marriage, Motherhood and Changing Seasons | S3 E17Twin Talk: Why Wise Women Need To Share Their Stories w/ Mary Alessi and Martha Munizzi | S5 E19 JOIN THE FAMILY BUSINESS! Subscribe to the show on your app! Follow Us on Instagram and Facebook Subscribe to Our YouTube Channel! Leave a review! Have a question for the Alessis?Tap HERE and then the "Leave A Message" button to record your question!
AI tools are here to stay, and they're reshaping numerous aspects of the business world. One area where artificial intelligence is demonstrating its potential for tangible impact is leadership and management. In this episode, Sid Pandiya of Kona joins A.J. to explore how AI tools like Kona are empowering managers and helping them become more effective leaders in the long run.About Sid Pandiya:Sid Pandiya is the Co-Founder and CEO of Kona, an AI-powered leadership coach helping remote teams build culture and stay connected through expert-backed advice and daily check-ins. Their goal at Kona is to empower managers and support them as they hone their leadership skills. Prior to founding Kona, Sid worked as an intern at Zumper, where he made significant contributions to the company's product management, software engineering, and machine learning.Sid's remarkable talent for innovation and tech leadership earned him distinctions like the Kleiner Perkins Engineering Fellowship and the role of a Product Management Fellow at Product Space. He has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a Greenwood High International School.Episode highlights: Using AI can help stay consistent with your business WHY, create structure, and achieve high results. (05:20) AI takes the guesswork and stress out of leadership. It helps lead more efficiently and uplift the team's spirit. (15:24) Making AI more proactive in the future. (19:40) The importance of coaching and therapy for founders. (26:32) Managers need safe spaces and supporting communities. (31:11) AI can make sure that managers do their jobs more efficiently by providing valuable feedback and high-quality advice to their people. (31:58) Sid's best advice for entrepreneurs:“I've seen and felt the impact that both a bad manager can have on your well-being, mental health, and overall happiness. On the flip side, how uplifting and energizing, having a great manager can be for your life, your career, your success, and your overall happiness because a big part of your mental health and well-being comes from your work and your work environment and your manager is the most important person that you will interact with at any given job.” (15:47)Connect with Sid: LinkedIn Facebook Instagram Resources Mentioned: Kona Evolution Coaching Geoff Graber Janine Davis Kona's Manager Book Club Radical Candor: Be a Kick-Ass Boss Without Losing Your Humanity by Kim Scott Just Work: How to Root Out Bias, Prejudice, and Bullying to Build a Kick-Ass Culture of Inclusivity by Kim Scott Kona's Manager Accelerator Program Follow Beyond 8 Figures: Linkedin Twitter Website
Whenever I've been asked about the number one characteristic required for success, I've often answered with “resilience.” However, it turns out that resilience isn't quite what I thought it was. In today's episode, I speak to Dr. Marie-Hélène Pelletier about the fascinating relationship between resilience, mental health, and business success. We delve into the concept of a daily resilience planner, aligning values, the three pillars strategy, and the importance of adaptability. This conversation will provide you with a different perspective on the concept as well as offer strategies on nurturing your resilience amidst the challenges of entrepreneurship. Throughout her career in business management and psychology, Dr. Pelletier has spearheaded a national dialogue on the crucial issues of leadership resilience and workplace health. Drawing on her extensive background in corporate, insurance, governance and public sectors, she brings national and international perspectives and expertise on mental health and resilience as a key pillar of overall health. She is a bilingual practicing psychologist with over 20 years of experience in clinical psychology and advisory workplace psychology and holds a Ph.D. and an MBA from the University of British Columbia. Marie-Hélène is a Member of the Global Clinical Practice Network of the World Health Organization, and past Director on the boards of the Canadian Psychological Association and the International Association of Applied Psychology. She has presented and authored and co-authored a number of industry and academic publications and was won numerous academic and industry awards, including the Industry Leadership Award from Benefits Canada. And be sure to subscribe to The Self-Employed Life in Apple Podcasts or follow us on Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts so you don't miss an episode. Everything you need can all be found at jeffreyshaw.com. Marie-Hélène Pelletier, thank you so much for being here! Remember, you might be in business FOR yourself but you are not in business BY yourself. Be your best self. Be proud and keep changing the world. Guest Contact – DrMarie-Helene.com The Resilience Plan: A Strategic Approach to Optimizing Your Work Performance and Mental Health by Marie-Hélène Pelletier TheResiliencePlan.com Marie-Hélène Pelletier on LinkedIn (in/drmhpelletier) Marie-Hélène Pelletier on Facebook (@drmhpelletier) Marie-Hélène Pelletier on Instagram (@drmhpelletier) Marie-Hélène Pelletier on Twitter/X (@drmhpelletier) Marie-Hélène Pelletier on YouTube (@marie-helenepelletier2706) Contact Jeffrey – SelfEmployedNewsletter.com Website Books Watch my TEDx LincolnSquare video and please share! Valuable complimentary resources to help you – · The Self-Employed Business Institute- You know you're really good at what you do. You're talented, you have a skill set. The problem is you're probably in a field where there is no business education. This is common amongst self-employed people! And, there's no business education out there for us! You also know that being self-employed is unique and you need better strategies, coaching, support, and accountability. The Self-Employed Business Institute, a five-month online education is exactly what you need. Check it out! · Take The Self-Employed Assessment! Ever feel like you're all over the place? Or frustrated it seems like you have everything you need for your business success but it's somehow not coming together? Take this short quiz to discover the biggest hidden gap that's keeping you from having a thriving Self-Employed Ecosystem. You'll find out what part of your business needs attention and you'll also get a few laser-focused insights to help you start closing that gap. · Have Your Website Brand Message Reviewed! Is your website speaking the right LINGO of your ideal customers? Having reviewed hundreds of websites, I can tell you 98% of websites are not. Fill out the simple LINGO Review application and I'll take a look at your website. I'll email you a few suggestions to improve your brand message to attract more of your ideal customers. Fill out the application today and let's get your business speaking the right LINGO! Host Jeffrey Shaw is a Small Business Consultant, Brand Management Consultant, Business Coach for Entrepreneurs, Keynote Speaker, TEDx Speaker and author of LINGO and The Self Employed Life (May 2021). Supporting self-employed business owners with business and personal development strategies they need to create sustainable success.
It's been a year since Pope Francis officially apologized for the Roman Catholic Church's role in the abuses and forced assimilation of Indigenous people at Canadian residential schools. At the time, officials said it was an important step toward healing and reconciliation. But others said it was more important for the Church to take action in addition to rhetoric. We'll get different perspectives about the weight of the papal apology one year later. GUESTS Chief Wilton Littlechild (Cree), International Chief for Treaty Six and the former commissioner of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada Piita Irniq (Inuk), elder, residential school survivor, and Inuit cultural teacher Andrew Carrier (Métis), Red River Métis Government Minister for Residential & Day Schools Dr. Apooyak'ii, Tiffany Prete (Kainai [Blood Tribe]), assistant professor of sociology at the University of Lethbridge
NoorJehan Tourte and Hajar Yazdiha visit friends and discuss the misuse of Dr. Kings Words , immigrant communities indebted to the Civil Rights movement, Hasan Minhaj and more with host Marina Franklin. Hajar Yazdiha is an Assistant Professor of Sociology, faculty affiliate of the Equity Research Institute, and a CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholar (2023-2025). Dr. Yazdiha received her Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and is a former Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow and Turpanjian Postdoctoral Fellow of the Chair in Civil Society and Social Change. Dr. Yazdiha's research examines the mechanisms underlying the politics of inclusion and exclusion as they shape ethno-racial identities, intergroup relations, and political culture.In addition to award-winning articles, she is the author of the new book, The Struggle for the People's King: How Politics Transforms the Memory of the Civil Rights Movement (Princeton University Press). Through her research, Dr. Yazdiha works to understand how systems of inequality become entrenched and how groups develop strategies to resist, contest, and manifest alternative futures. NooJehan Tourte After unexpectedly making it to the semi-finals of the 2022 Sports Illustrated Swim Search Competition,NoorJehan Tourte has made it her mission to get women excited about the prospect of falling on their faces, over and over, if it means they are making their one life on this earth count. She believed that becoming a Sports Illustrated model would represent the culmination of a lifetime spent searching for her true identity, but the experience helped her realize that her childhood dream was not only to be a cover model, but also a role model, one who empowers ladies to show the world every side, from every angle, unapologetically. Amidst the multitude of societal pressures put on women to conform, she wants to reassure her fellow females that living the life you painstakingly cultivated for yourself is worth even the worst of days, the worst of moments. Because wouldn't you rather stumble living life, than squander it standing still? NoorJehan is currently a Group Senior Vice President Brand Strategist at healthcare advertising agency AREA 23. Prior to working in advertising, she was a U.S. Brand Marketer at Pfizer and a healthcare consultant at PwC. She holds an MBA from Columbia University and an MPH from UCLA. She has a passion for storytelling that is universal, and believes this can be done if we all lead with empathy. Always hosted by Marina Franklin - One Hour Comedy Special: Single Black Female ( Amazon Prime, CW Network), TBS's The Last O.G, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Hysterical on FX, The Movie Trainwreck, Louie Season V, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Conan O'Brien, Stephen Colbert, HBO's Crashing, and The Breaks with Michelle Wolf.
19 Year-old Keanu Labatte is facing several charges after he allegedly sexually assaulted, tortured and kept his girlfriend against her will in her dorm room at St Catherine's University in St Paul Minnesota for four days. Prosecutors allege that Labatte began attacking his girlfriend of two months shortly after arriving on campus to visit her Thursday evening. Try our coffee!! - www.CriminalCoffeeCo.com Become a Patreon member -- > https://www.patreon.com/CrimeWeekly Shop for your Crime Weekly gear here --> https://crimeweeklypodcast.com/shop Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CrimeWeeklyPodcast Website: CrimeWeeklyPodcast.com Instagram: @CrimeWeeklyPod Twitter: @CrimeWeeklyPod Facebook: @CrimeWeeklyPod
In this episode, I am joined by Sara MacIntyre, M.A.,CCC-SLP. Sara is the director of YouSpeak, a private practice in Philadelphia, where she works with individuals of all ages who stutter. Sara earned her Master's in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Pittsburgh in 2013 and holds a Bachelor's in Finance from Lehigh University in 2009. In addition, Sara is the Director of Programs for Stuttering Foundation where she hosts both the Stuttering Foundation Podcast as well as a monthly webinar series Virtual Learning by Stuttering Foundation. She is also an Adjunct instructor at Teachers College, Columbia University within their graduate Speech-Language Pathology Program. Sara has presented nationally and internationally on a variety of topics related to holistic, whole-person therapy, covert stuttering, and the importance of support, self-advocacy, and self-disclosure. She is a strong believer that the most impactful and effective means of clinical learning is learning from the lived experiences of individuals who stutter themselves. Visit Speechie Side Up to learn more about this episode.
The murders of four University of Idaho students captured the nation's attention in the winter of 2022. Could the media circus surrounding the investigation impact the case against Bryan Kohberger? Check us out online: www.instagram.com/kt_studios www.tiktok.com/@officialktstudios www.kt-studios.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
One of television's most popular true-crime series is now adapted for your ears with the “48 Hours” podcast. Every week, award-winning CBS News correspondents investigate the most intriguing crime and justice cases.Here's a preview of a new “48 Hours” episode, “The Night of the Idaho Student Murders.” "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant sits down with family members of Kaylee Goncalves and Xana Kernodle, two of the four University of Idaho students shockingly murdered the night of November 13, 2022. You can hear the rest of this episode on the “48 Hours” podcast from CBS News.For even more “48 Hours”, listen to the new “Post Mortem” series every Tuesday, where the correspondents and producers share their first hand experiences reporting on the compelling cases they cover.Listen to 48 Hours ad-free right now by joining Wondery Plus in the Wondery App or on Apple Podcasts: wondery.fm/48_GCThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3203003/advertisement
This lecture was given on September 18th, 2023, at the Thomistic Institute at the Dominican House of Studies. For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website: thomisticinstitute.org/upcoming-events Speaker Bio: Fr. Uwe Michael Lang, a native of Nuremberg, Germany, is a priest of the Oratory of St Philip Neri in London. He holds a doctorate in theology from the University of Oxford, and teaches Church History at Mater Ecclesiae College, St Mary's University, Twickenham, and Allen Hall Seminary, London. He is an associate staff member at the Maryvale Institute, Birmingham, and on the Visiting Faculty of the Liturgical Institute in Mundelein, IL. He is a Corresponding Member of the Neuer Schülerkreis Joseph Ratzinger / Papst Benedikt XVI, a Member of the Council of the Henry Bradshaw Society, a Board Member of the Society for Catholic Liturgy, and the Editor of Antiphon: A Journal for Liturgical Renewal.
What's in a calorie? So much more than what you see on a box of cereal or a restaurant menu. The story of the nutritional calorie is the story of U.S. empire, dating back to the late 1800s when government agencies used it to determine just how little they could feed people in the military, prisons, asylums, and Native boarding schools. This week, Dr. Athia N. Choudhury joins Jonathan to discuss the history and politics of the calorie, and explains why counting on this metric—and wellness culture more generally—can be a “mundane kind of violence.” A note from Dr. Choudhury and Team JVN: This discussion periodically includes the term “ob*sity.” When it is referenced, it is only to describe a process of medicalization and pathologization, and not in alignment with its politics or political uses. Athia N. Choudhury is a writer and cultural historian/theorist interested in questions of race, food, militarism, eugenics, and body surveillance in the 20th-21st century. She earned a Ph.D. in American Studies and Ethnicity from the University of Southern California and is currently the Postdoctoral Associate in Asian American and Diaspora Studies at Duke University. You can find Athia's writing in The Journal of Transnational American Studies, The Routledge International Handbook on Fat Studies, Pipewrench magazine, and Food, Fat, Fitness: Critical Perspectives. You can learn more about Dr. Choudhury at athiachoudhury.com, and reach out to her here. Follow us on Instagram @CuriousWithJVN to join the conversation. Jonathan is on Instagram @JVN. Transcripts for each episode are available at JonathanVanNess.com. Find books from Getting Curious guests at bookshop.org/shop/curiouswithjvn. Our executive producer is Erica Getto. Our producer is Chris McClure. Our associate producer is Allison Weiss. Our engineer is Nathanael McClure. Production support from Julie Carrillo, Anne Currie, and Chad Hall. Our theme music is “Freak” by QUIÑ; for more, head to TheQuinCat.com. Curious about bringing your brand to life on the show? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Dame Joan Collins has dominated the stage and screen for over seven decades, starting her career at just 17. Best known for her roles in the 1980s TV phenomenon Dynasty and Hollywood Golden Age films, she has written a new memoir Behind the Shoulder Pads: Tales I Tell My Friends. She speaks to Emma about her glittering career, sexism in Hollywood and turning 90. Students are more likely than other groups of people to be subjected to sexual assault. A study soon to be published by researchers at Oxford University has found that one in four female students at the university had experienced some sort of sexual assault in the preceding year. Now, universities are said to be spending increasingly more of their time investigating complex sexual misconduct cases. But how equipped and effective are they in investigating such cases? And why are students putting their faith in university hearings rather than going to the police? Emma discusses with Professor Steve West, Vice Chancellor of University of West of England, Eleanor Laws KC, leading criminal barrister and Geraldine Swanton, a lawyer working with the higher and further education sector. A new report from a commission at the medical journal The Lancet looks at how cancer disproportionately impacts women. “Women, Power and Cancer” puts the case forward for an intersectional feminist approach to cancer - with the goal of transforming the ways women interact with the cancer health system. The commission has been headed up by Dr Ophira Ginsburg from the National Cancer Institute in the US. Presented by Emma Barnett Producer: Louise Corley
Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 700 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more See JL Cauvin and I co Headlining City Winery In Pittsburgh PA on Oct 11 Spend Money on Kevin's Honey! 14 minutes Eric J. Segall graduated from Emory University, Phi Beta Kappa 27 and summa cum laude, and from Vanderbilt Law School, where he was the research editor for the Law Review and member of Order of the Coif. He clerked for the Chief Judge Charles Moye Jr. for the Northern District of Georgia, and Albert J. Henderson of the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. After his clerkships, Segall worked for Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher and the U.S. Department of Justice, before joining the Georgia State faculty in 1991. Segall teaches federal courts and constitutional law I and II. He is the author of the books Originalism as Faith and Supreme Myths: Why the Supreme Court is not a Court and its Justices are not Judges. His articles on constitutional law have appeared in, among others, the Harvard Law Review Forum, the Stanford Law Review On Line, the UCLA Law Review, the George Washington Law Review, the Washington University Law Review, the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law, the Northwestern University Law Review Colloquy, and Constitutional Commentary among many others. Segall's op-eds and essays have appeared in the New York Times, the LA Times, The Atlantic, SLATE, Vox, Salon, and the Daily Beast, among others. He has appeared on CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, and France 24 and all four of Atlanta's local television stations. He has also appeared on numerous local and national radio shows. Listen and Subscribe to Eric's Podcast Supreme Myths and follow him on Tik Tok! Watch Union Made by Jon Carroll Pete on Tik Tok Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page Stand Up with Pete FB page All things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe