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Marketplace Morning Report
Unpacking the HR mistakes that flipped over the lives of some Amazon workers

Marketplace Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 8:41


New reporting from The New York Times has detailed major glitches in Amazon’s handling of paid and unpaid leave for its workers, which has led to paycheck errors at as many as 179 Amazon sites, mistaken terminations and other issues. We spoke to Times reporters Jodi Kantor and Karen Weise about their findings, and what Amazon plans to do next. Tesla has now become a trillion-dollar company after rental car company Hertz ordered up 100,000 Teslas to add to its fleet.

Marketplace All-in-One
Unpacking the HR mistakes that flipped over the lives of some Amazon workers

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 8:41


New reporting from The New York Times has detailed major glitches in Amazon’s handling of paid and unpaid leave for its workers, which has led to paycheck errors at as many as 179 Amazon sites, mistaken terminations and other issues. We spoke to Times reporters Jodi Kantor and Karen Weise about their findings, and what Amazon plans to do next. Tesla has now become a trillion-dollar company after rental car company Hertz ordered up 100,000 Teslas to add to its fleet.

Finding Your Shine
103. Rebuilding Your Body After Birth with Amy White

Finding Your Shine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 37:48


Postpartum body repair is part of the childbirth process no one prepares you for. So many moms ignore it altogether and scramble to the spin class the minute they get the OK from their OB. Yet, if you're anything like me, jumping back into working out can feel like your organs will flip flop onto the yoga mat. There's a voice inside your head whispering, “Something doesn't feel right.” I decided to listen to that voice, and turned to today's guest: pilates instructor, pre and post-natal care expert, and mother, Amy White.  We delve into how to re-configure, and re-balance your body after birth, and lift the lid on what's really going on internally, from pelvic floor to diastasis and everything in between. Plus: you'll get the intel on her Postpartum Repair Program, and how it can help you heal and strengthen your body during your postpartum journey.  We Chat About: The lack of satisfactory postpartum care information How to reposition the body after labor  Pelvic floor deep dive  Unpacking the Postpartum Repair Program  Strengthening your body vs losing “the baby weight” The differences between vaginal and C-section body recovery  Resources: Website: https://www.peakvirtualperformance.us/postpartum-repair-program (peakvirtualperformance.us/postpartum-repair-program)  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amycrandallwhite/?hl=en (@amycrandallwhite) Email: amy@peakhumanperformance.us Connect With Me: Join my two free webinars: https://nourished-with-nina.ck.page/3cb8cdf71c (FAM for Birth Control) https://nourished-with-nina.ck.page/54964b5693 (FAM for Conception) https://www.tryinteract.com/share/quiz/6140e70afe8bbd00189a6081 (Is FAM Right For You? Free Quiz)! https://www.nourishedwithnina.com/private-hormone-coaching (Private Hormone and FAM Coaching) https://calendly.com/nourishedwithnina/private-reiki-session (Book a Reiki Session) Let's be friends on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nourishedwithnina/ (@nourishedwithnina) Healing Hormones is a production of http://crate.media (Crate Media)

Shots to the Dome
Episode 85: Special Edition Halloween Episode with @thespiritualbossbabe Stephanie Bellinger!

Shots to the Dome

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 53:17


We thought Halloween week would be perfect to talk about all things woo woo and the spiritual world and we couldn't think of a better guest than Stephanie Bellinger aka @thespirtiualbossbabe. Stephanie is an online coach helping soul driven leaders quantum leap their impact, income, and spiritual gifts. You definitely don't want to miss her story around the end of the episode where she talks about a trip to Sedona that completely changed her life!   Time Stamps:   (0:00) Special Halloween Episode (1:30) Mostly Woke Vibe (2:50) Stephanie's Mission (7:30) Shoutout to Megan Davis (13:45) Digging Deeper into Beliefs (34:12) Sedona Trip (42:05) Sean's Unpacking (51:15) Closing Thoughts (52:10) Where to Find Stephanie ---------------------------- Check out Stephanie's Website! ---------------------------- Follow Us on Instagram! @thespiritualbossbabe @fitnessshaman @dalalovesdumbbells @dldnation ---------------------------- Apply for DLDNation's Online Fitness and Nutrition Coaching Specialization Course and Take the Next Step in Your Business Journey! ---------------------------- If You're Ready to Make an Even BIGGER Impact, Apply for the Next Level Coaching Academy! ---------------------------- We have helped over 3,000 people transform their lives through sustainable health! If you want to be the next, click here to apply for coaching! ---------------------------- Check out our website for freebies, amazing client results, and more! DLDNation.com

The Date Brazen Podcast
81. Unpacking what it means to be YOU

The Date Brazen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 22:04


This week I am getting a bit personal on the show. I talk about a vulnerable experience I recently went through, how it made me aware of the stories I've been telling myself when it comes to wanting people to like me, and what I learned about myself. And of course, I talk about how my lesson can be applied to your dating life. SHOW NOTES:  https://www.datebrazen.com/blog/unpacking-what-it-means-to-be-you

TechCheck
Big Tech on Deck, Facebook Facing Headwinds & Unpacking Amazon

TechCheck

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 44:17


Our anchors start off this busy week of tech earnings with the details on Snap feeling the impact of Apple's privacy changes in its latest earnings report. Then, Plexo Capital Managing Partner Lo Toney joins for more on what to expect out of earnings this week. Plus, a number of new reports are out on Facebook this morning ahead of the company's earnings slated for after the bell. Platformer Editor Casey Newton, who has access to the documents providing the basis of the new reports, joins the conversation for more on Facebook's headwinds. Also, CNBC's Phil LeBeau is here with the story on Hertz ordering 100,000 Tesla Model 3 vehicles. Next, Fast Company Editor-in-Chief Stephanie Mehta joins on the magazine's November issue unpacking Amazon and its broadening reach ahead of the company's earnings report this week. And later, Mizuho Securities Managing Director Vijay Rakesh is here to share why he is downgrading semiconductors.

Stateside from Michigan Radio
Unpacking "Packing and Cracking"

Stateside from Michigan Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 11:37


Soon, Michigan will have new congressional and legislative districts. How those lines are drawn will have political consequences that last a decade. But before that happens, the Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Council is seeking public comment on the set of draft maps they recently released. Today on the pod, we talk to one of the members of the commission about how that's going, and we hear from a state lawmaker who says he has some major concerns about the maps as they are drawn right now. GUESTS: Sue Hammersmith, executive director of the Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission. Adam Hollier, Democratic state Senator representing parts of Detroit, Grosse Pointe, Highland Park, Hamtramck and Harper Woods. Information about the remaining public hearings: Friday, Oct. 22, 1-3:30 p.m. and 5-8 p.m. DeVos Place, Steelcase Ballroom 303 Monroe Ave. NW, Grand Rapids Monday, Oct. 25, 1-3:30 p.m. and 5-8 p.m. Treetops Resort 3962 Wilkinson Road, Gaylord Tuesday, Oct. 26, 1-3:30 p.m. and 5-8 p.m. Dort Center 3501 Lapeer Road, Flint Looking for more conversations from Stateside? Right this way. If you like what you hear on the pod, consider supporting our work. Stateside's theme music is by 14KT. Additional music by Blue Dot Sessions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Priority One: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast
528 - Unpacking Pakleds, and the Cat's Out of The Bag

Priority One: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 38:00


This week on Episode 528 of Priority One: We delve into the whale-filled washup of the season finale of Lower Decks, Anson Mount discusses literally sitting in the captain's chair, and is that a star on top of the Christmas tree or a Borg baby spray-painted gold? In gaming news, we take a closer look at Star Trek Online's Halloween event, and roll for shield strength in a new release from Star Trek Adventures! TREK IT OUT Edited by Thomas Reynolds What's the Deal With All These Feels, McMahan? By Elio Lleo Mike McMahan, the creator of Star Trek: Lower Decks, isn't resting on his laurels! Nope! After a (generally) well-received Season 2 of the Star Trek animated adventure, McMahan is making the rounds talking about the season–which wrapped last week on October 14th. Sam Stone of Comic Book Resource jumped right in and asked about its unusual villain: the Pakleds. McMahan's explanation: When we were writing the first season, we were in the thick of a pretty dark time across the world–the re-rise of fascism across multiple countries, obviously a lot of politics happening in this country and, not to put too fine a point to it, things that had seemed like a joke in the first place suddenly becoming much more dangerous because we weren't vigilant about it. The Pakleds seemed like a perfect opportunity for that… [This sight gag doesn't work in a podcast app but I stand by it nonetheless–Ed.] Image: ViacomCBS, via Comic Book Resource. Really Be Careful What You Wish For, Mariner What about that incredible cliffhanger? Well according to McMahan, the goal of Season 2 was meant to show Mariner “grappling with themes of betrayal and being left.” Supposedly, Mariner's got some past trauma that we haven't been privy to yet. Nevertheless, McMahan explains that Mariner will start Season 3 struggling to deal with having her mother taken from her. [NOT JUST HER, MIKE–Ed.] When talking with StarTrek.com he explained, “...in the first season we were really creating a family, and in the second season we kind of tested them. And in the finale of the second season, we're dealing with the loss, the family breaking up.”  What about our other characters? Well, there seems to be something deeper going on with Rutherford. Something more than just a faulty cybernetic implant. MacMahan tells CBR.com, “... it's about Rutherford. There's stuff about Rutherford that he doesn't even realize and this is his second implant.” They go on to discuss some of the other character dynamics–like the “will they/won't they” tension between Rutherford and Tendi–along with some takeaways McMahan learned from the first two seasons. Mainly that anyone you talk to could secretly be Jeffrey Combs. Anyone. Image: ViacomCBS, via Comic Book Resource. Center Chair, Hot Seat, Call It What You Will By Cat Hough If you have not had a chance to see the new trailer for the upcoming History Channel docu-series The Center Seat: 55 Years of Star Trek, you should definitely trek it out. According to the press release, The Center Seat will be “the ultimate Star Trek documentary that everyone has always wanted, and now they're getting.” Each episode of the series will focus on a different chapter in Star Trek history, starting with the inception of the original Star Trek series at Desilu. But even the trailer features some pretty saucy quotes from the cast and crew of the various shows and movies. https://youtu.be/J_IOHcPuN3Q For example, we hear more from Wil Wheaton, Denise Crosby, Kate Mulgrew and Robert Beltran about their less than ideal working circumstances and for Cirroc Lofton–we hear about his extreme dislike for having to wear the “onesie” uniform while also going through puberty. Nicolas Meyer, writer of The Undiscovered Country, speaks about how much William Shatner hated the script for the movie and the effect that had on, well, pretty much everyone else involved [yeah and you thought Final Frontier was a good idea, now sit down–Ed.] Mmmm. Taste that grain. Image: ViacomCBS, via Deadline. The show doesn't cover any of the new Trek series, but definitely appears to be a comprehensive and detailed exploration of the Star Trek universe over the first 55 years of the show. Created by the Nacelle Company, who also produced Netflix's The Movies That Made Us and The Toys That Made Us, the series is narrated by Dr. Beverly Crusher herself, Gates McFadden, and directed by Nacelle Company founder Brian Volk-Weiss. There's not been an official release date given other than it should premiere sometime this fall. Festivities Will Now Commence By Rosco McQueen It's the most wonderful time of year; when the nanoprobes gently come to rest on ornaments hanging from the boughs of a tree, and assimilation tubules shine in the festive glow of twinkling lights.  Christmas is soon upon us, and you can count down to festive assimilation with the 2021 Borg Cube advent calendar. The calendar features 24 Trek gifts behind alcoves (or windows if you prefer) and includes gifts of socks, coasters, and an espresso cup commemorating the first warp speed flight in 2063. It's made by Eaglemoss, the same company who also made a TARDIS-shaped advent calendar for devout Whovians, and is available for purchase now. It could be just the thing to put you in the mood for Picard season 2, with the Borg Queen to feature as part of the time-travelling tale. And speaking of season 2… I hope one of those is an apology to Icheb and Hugh. Image: Eaglemoss. Soji's Sojourn By Rosco McQueen In an interview with Trekmovie.com, Isa Briones spoke about where we find Soji in Picard season 2: a place where she can finally be herself, now that being an android is no longer outlawed.   “We're definitely seeing a new kind of level of her evolution as she's coming into her own. She's finally allowed to be who she is and be accepted by the universe, the galaxy, whatever you want to call it. So yeah, we get to see her in this new, more certain place of who she is. And that's very exciting.” The more certain place also has a pool? Jealous. Image: ViacomCBS, via TrekMovie.com The interview covered working under strict COVID conditions, as well as the broader strokes of season two and how it connects to the world we're living in. “There's a big emphasis, I think, on mental health, for sure. We're seeing these characters going through some hard moments and really leaning on each other and prioritizing their own mental health in order to save everyone else. And I think that's a very relatable storyline and a storyline that we need right now.” Your classic Good Cop/Borg Cop dynamic. Image: ViacomCBS, via TrekMovie.com We're All Batty for Strange New Worlds By Rosco McQueen The hype train continues heading towards the station for Strange New Worlds–even Anson Mount starring as Batman in the new DC animated movie Injustice can't stop interviewers from asking about the new series.   Either that, or they ask about his starship's extended warranty. Image:ViacomCBS, via SYFY. Mount will play the role of the Dark Knight in the animated adaptation of the video game Injustice, where a traumatized Superman turns evil.  In an interview with SYFY Wire, Mount talks about the recording process, and not being the first Christopher Pike to take a turn at Batman. (If you're playing along at home, Bruce Greenwood has voiced Batman a couple of times, and was also the Kelvin Universe's version of one of Starfleet's greatest captains). But when the discussion turned to Strange New Worlds, Mount reinforced the episodic nature of the show, as well as a moment that would give every Trek fan goosebumps. “I was just there as Anson in my own clothes and I sat down in the chair and it was in that moment that I flashed back to playing Star Trek as my make-believe game when I was like eight years old. Something about it was just really strangely emotional for me, and I'm still doing that. I don't even know really how to articulate it, but it's surreal and it's weird... but it's something that I'm so grateful for.” STAR TREK GAMING NEWS Edited by Thomas Reynolds Fanatical Devotion to the Many By Cat Hough Star Trek Online tweeted earlier today that the recent partnership with Fanatical offering in-game bundles to benefit the Boys and Girls Clubs of America raised more than $77,000. Well done, everyone who donated! Cat's Tale of “Cat's Tale” By Cat Hough Well, it's been a week since the “Cat's Tale” Halloween TFO was released, and while it took players a few days to get to know how to navigate the phases of the TFO, it seems that most people are enjoying the mission. As you and your team are first transported to the castle on Pyris VII (or is it Boreth?) the music and lighting definitely set the mood for battling skeletons, witches, skulls and Devidians. In a creepy surprise, you're treated to some Bonnie-Kin voice-over as you make our way downstairs and through the hallways lighting candles–because it's dark in this castle! In the first phase, you are attacked by skeletons, but you can only kill them when they are standing within the circles of candlelight. Some equipment that we highly recommend is the Universal Kit Module - Gravity Containment Unit Mk XII. You can get this kit module as a Tier IV reward from the Discovery reputation; if you use it while you're standing in the circles, then you can just pull those skeletons over to you. 

The Roddenberry Podcast Network
P1P: 528 - Unpacking Pakleds, and the Cat's Out of The Bag

The Roddenberry Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 38:00


This week on Episode 528 of Priority One: We delve into the whale-filled washup of the season finale of Lower Decks, Anson Mount discusses literally sitting in the captain's chair, and is that a star on top of the Christmas tree or a Borg baby spray-painted gold? In gaming news, we take a closer look at Star Trek Online's Halloween event, and roll for shield strength in a new release from Star Trek Adventures! TREK IT OUT Edited by Thomas Reynolds What's the Deal With All These Feels, McMahan? By Elio Lleo Mike McMahan, the creator of Star Trek: Lower Decks, isn't resting on his laurels! Nope! After a (generally) well-received Season 2 of the Star Trek animated adventure, McMahan is making the rounds talking about the season–which wrapped last week on October 14th. Sam Stone of Comic Book Resource jumped right in and asked about its unusual villain: the Pakleds. McMahan's explanation: When we were writing the first season, we were in the thick of a pretty dark time across the world–the re-rise of fascism across multiple countries, obviously a lot of politics happening in this country and, not to put too fine a point to it, things that had seemed like a joke in the first place suddenly becoming much more dangerous because we weren't vigilant about it. The Pakleds seemed like a perfect opportunity for that… [This sight gag doesn't work in a podcast app but I stand by it nonetheless–Ed.] Image: ViacomCBS, via Comic Book Resource. Really Be Careful What You Wish For, Mariner What about that incredible cliffhanger? Well according to McMahan, the goal of Season 2 was meant to show Mariner “grappling with themes of betrayal and being left.” Supposedly, Mariner's got some past trauma that we haven't been privy to yet. Nevertheless, McMahan explains that Mariner will start Season 3 struggling to deal with having her mother taken from her. [NOT JUST HER, MIKE–Ed.] When talking with StarTrek.com he explained, “...in the first season we were really creating a family, and in the second season we kind of tested them. And in the finale of the second season, we're dealing with the loss, the family breaking up.”  What about our other characters? Well, there seems to be something deeper going on with Rutherford. Something more than just a faulty cybernetic implant. MacMahan tells CBR.com, “... it's about Rutherford. There's stuff about Rutherford that he doesn't even realize and this is his second implant.” They go on to discuss some of the other character dynamics–like the “will they/won't they” tension between Rutherford and Tendi–along with some takeaways McMahan learned from the first two seasons. Mainly that anyone you talk to could secretly be Jeffrey Combs. Anyone. Image: ViacomCBS, via Comic Book Resource. Center Chair, Hot Seat, Call It What You Will By Cat Hough If you have not had a chance to see the new trailer for the upcoming History Channel docu-series The Center Seat: 55 Years of Star Trek, you should definitely trek it out. According to the press release, The Center Seat will be “the ultimate Star Trek documentary that everyone has always wanted, and now they're getting.” Each episode of the series will focus on a different chapter in Star Trek history, starting with the inception of the original Star Trek series at Desilu. But even the trailer features some pretty saucy quotes from the cast and crew of the various shows and movies. https://youtu.be/J_IOHcPuN3Q For example, we hear more from Wil Wheaton, Denise Crosby, Kate Mulgrew and Robert Beltran about their less than ideal working circumstances and for Cirroc Lofton–we hear about his extreme dislike for having to wear the “onesie” uniform while also going through puberty. Nicolas Meyer, writer of The Undiscovered Country, speaks about how much William Shatner hated the script for the movie and the effect that had on, well, pretty much everyone else involved [yeah and you thought Final Frontier was a good idea, now sit down–Ed.] Mmmm. Taste that grain. Image: ViacomCBS, via Deadline. The show doesn't cover any of the new Trek series, but definitely appears to be a comprehensive and detailed exploration of the Star Trek universe over the first 55 years of the show. Created by the Nacelle Company, who also produced Netflix's The Movies That Made Us and The Toys That Made Us, the series is narrated by Dr. Beverly Crusher herself, Gates McFadden, and directed by Nacelle Company founder Brian Volk-Weiss. There's not been an official release date given other than it should premiere sometime this fall. Festivities Will Now Commence By Rosco McQueen It's the most wonderful time of year; when the nanoprobes gently come to rest on ornaments hanging from the boughs of a tree, and assimilation tubules shine in the festive glow of twinkling lights.  Christmas is soon upon us, and you can count down to festive assimilation with the 2021 Borg Cube advent calendar. The calendar features 24 Trek gifts behind alcoves (or windows if you prefer) and includes gifts of socks, coasters, and an espresso cup commemorating the first warp speed flight in 2063. It's made by Eaglemoss, the same company who also made a TARDIS-shaped advent calendar for devout Whovians, and is available for purchase now. It could be just the thing to put you in the mood for Picard season 2, with the Borg Queen to feature as part of the time-travelling tale. And speaking of season 2… I hope one of those is an apology to Icheb and Hugh. Image: Eaglemoss. Soji's Sojourn By Rosco McQueen In an interview with Trekmovie.com, Isa Briones spoke about where we find Soji in Picard season 2: a place where she can finally be herself, now that being an android is no longer outlawed.   “We're definitely seeing a new kind of level of her evolution as she's coming into her own. She's finally allowed to be who she is and be accepted by the universe, the galaxy, whatever you want to call it. So yeah, we get to see her in this new, more certain place of who she is. And that's very exciting.” The more certain place also has a pool? Jealous. Image: ViacomCBS, via TrekMovie.com The interview covered working under strict COVID conditions, as well as the broader strokes of season two and how it connects to the world we're living in. “There's a big emphasis, I think, on mental health, for sure. We're seeing these characters going through some hard moments and really leaning on each other and prioritizing their own mental health in order to save everyone else. And I think that's a very relatable storyline and a storyline that we need right now.” Your classic Good Cop/Borg Cop dynamic. Image: ViacomCBS, via TrekMovie.com We're All Batty for Strange New Worlds By Rosco McQueen The hype train continues heading towards the station for Strange New Worlds–even Anson Mount starring as Batman in the new DC animated movie Injustice can't stop interviewers from asking about the new series.   Either that, or they ask about his starship's extended warranty. Image:ViacomCBS, via SYFY. Mount will play the role of the Dark Knight in the animated adaptation of the video game Injustice, where a traumatized Superman turns evil.  In an interview with SYFY Wire, Mount talks about the recording process, and not being the first Christopher Pike to take a turn at Batman. (If you're playing along at home, Bruce Greenwood has voiced Batman a couple of times, and was also the Kelvin Universe's version of one of Starfleet's greatest captains). But when the discussion turned to Strange New Worlds, Mount reinforced the episodic nature of the show, as well as a moment that would give every Trek fan goosebumps. “I was just there as Anson in my own clothes and I sat down in the chair and it was in that moment that I flashed back to playing Star Trek as my make-believe game when I was like eight years old. Something about it was just really strangely emotional for me, and I'm still doing that. I don't even know really how to articulate it, but it's surreal and it's weird... but it's something that I'm so grateful for.” STAR TREK GAMING NEWS Edited by Thomas Reynolds Fanatical Devotion to the Many By Cat Hough Star Trek Online tweeted earlier today that the recent partnership with Fanatical offering in-game bundles to benefit the Boys and Girls Clubs of America raised more than $77,000. Well done, everyone who donated! Cat's Tale of “Cat's Tale” By Cat Hough Well, it's been a week since the “Cat's Tale” Halloween TFO was released, and while it took players a few days to get to know how to navigate the phases of the TFO, it seems that most people are enjoying the mission. As you and your team are first transported to the castle on Pyris VII (or is it Boreth?) the music and lighting definitely set the mood for battling skeletons, witches, skulls and Devidians. In a creepy surprise, you're treated to some Bonnie-Kin voice-over as you make our way downstairs and through the hallways lighting candles–because it's dark in this castle! In the first phase, you are attacked by skeletons, but you can only kill them when they are standing within the circles of candlelight. Some equipment that we highly recommend is the Universal Kit Module - Gravity Containment Unit Mk XII. You can get this kit module as a Tier IV reward from the Discovery reputation; if you use it while you're standing in the circles, then you can just pull those skeletons over to you. 

Choose Unstoppable
Between The Lines - Unpacking Episode 182

Choose Unstoppable

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 6:15


In this episode we read 'Between The Lines' of episode 182: How This Intuitive Coach Transforms Overwhelm & Confusion W/Brooke YantziI talk about the art of listening to your intuition and how to turn the volume up

Broadway B******t
3.6 Extra Extra hear all about it! - Unpacking "Newsies"

Broadway B******t

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021


Abbey delivers dramaturgy while Cassidy snores. Tune in for Jeremy Jordan smiles and news boy history.

HousingWire Daily
How to increase minority homeownership?

HousingWire Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 30:47


Today's HousingWire Daily features a roundtable discussion from HousingWire's Lunch & Learn series that looks at “Unpacking the lender's vital role in increasing minority homeownership.” The conversation tackles the challenges and opportunities that lenders and communities face while working to increase minority homeownership and equity in housing and lending.The discussion is hosted by iEmergent CEO Laird Nossuli and features several real estate professionals, including iEmergent COO Bernard Nossuli , Homeownership Council of America President Gabe Del Rio, and National Association of Minority Mortgage Bankers of America (NAMMBA) Founder and President Tony Thompson. It also includes Jill Frondorf, SVP, Director of Operations at Fifth Third Bank and Robert Hironimus, Affordable Lending Sales Manager at Fulton Mortgage.

Your Sorority Journey
69. Constructive or Toxic?: Unpacking Negativity on Social Media ~ Sarah Nelson

Your Sorority Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 51:35


Let's talk about social media! While it can be such a helpful too, today's guest & I talk about how to set personal boundaries with our platforms and thoughtfully choosing if or when to respond to negativity.

DiscoPosse Podcast
Ep 196 Mo Gawdat is Solving for Happy and Unpacking AI Challenges in Scary Smart

DiscoPosse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 77:36


After a 30 year career in tech and serving as Chief Business Officer at Google [X], Google's 'moonshot factory' of innovation, Mo has made happiness his primary topic of research, diving deeply into literature and conversing on the topic with some of the wisest people in the world. In 2014, motivated by the tragic loss of his son, Ali, Mo began pouring his findings into his international bestselling book, Solve for Happy: Engineer Your Path to Joy. He's also the host of the Slo Mo podcast which is a great listen. Mo's most recent book Scary Smart has just been released and both of these books are legitimate must-reads!  We discuss the reason that adversity and loss affect us, how to overcome negativity, techniques to reach emotional equilibrium, and the deep challenges of AI and ethics as you'll read further on in Scary Smart.  Find Mo here at his website:  https://mogawdat.com  Read Solve for Happy here: https://amzn.to/3vs6vA9  Read Scary Smart here:  https://amzn.to/3B33p6G  Check out the Slo Mo podcast here: https://www.mogawdat.com/podcast  This episode is brought to you by Veeam Software and the 4-Step Guide to Delivering Extraordinary Software Demos that Win Deals and Diabolical Coffee plus the great folks over at Fiverr!  Want to ensure real privacy online? Check out ExpressVPN and keep your online life protected. 

The Art of Product
190: Unpacking Stripe, Continued

The Art of Product

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 51:14


Penelope Phippen (https://twitter.com/penelope_zone) is back on the show to continue the conversation from Episode 180 (https://artofproductpodcast.com/episode-180) about how Stripe does with it does.

IoT Product Leadership
053: Cybersecurity for Industry 4.0: the good, the bad and the ugly, with Rob Dyson

IoT Product Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 34:43


Today we have a fascinating conversation with Rob Dyson, someone with decades of experience in the security space and the current Global OT and IoT Security Services Business Development Leader at IBM! We have a wide-ranging conversation looking at the impacts of cyber security in Industry 4.0 transformations, the main drivers of cyber security risks in manufacturing, why security should never be relegated or de-prioritized, and how companies can go about building a strong culture of cyber security. This is our second conversation dealing with IBM, and this episode promises to be just as informative as our previous one, and is definitely not to be missed! On a more general note, this is the last episode of our second season, during which we have had such a great time bringing you these impactful conversations with different leaders. We look forward to Season 3 and hope you carry on with us on this journey!   Key Points From This Episode: A little of Rob's professional background, and his current role at IBM.  The trend towards Industry 4.0 and the reasons and aims for this. Impacts and results of transformation that Rob witnessed recently. The current causes for increased cybersecurity risks in manufacturing.  Unpacking this history of the air gap in industrial environments.  Using interconnected and integrated systems to create better, stronger security environments.  Translating the understanding and effort around security in the IT world to the OT space. How to run security teams and driving individual members to optimal performance.    The key areas that companies need to focus on in the current security climate.  The continuous nature of security programs and avoiding naive approaches to the ongoing challenges.  Taking the programs beyond just the technology; including people in your security processes.  Finding the right expertise for your company; building a well-suited security team.   Advice from Rob about getting started with a security journey; his three-pronged strategy!

So Many Damn Books
170: Ruth Ozeki (THE BOOK OF FORM AND EMPTINESS) & Walter Benjamin's "UNPACKING MY LIBRARY"

So Many Damn Books

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 68:02


Ruth Ozeki steps on into the Damn Library Hyperverse to shine. We talk about her latest opus, The Book of Form and Emptiness, and how books are magical, and accessing her teenage self, and an unexpected turn of narrative luck with snowglobes, along with many other things. Plus she brings us Walter Benjamin's essay, "Unpacking My Library" and we talk about what book collecting means to all of us. contribute! https://patreon.com/smdb for drink recipes, book lists, and more, visit: somanydamnbooks.com music: Disaster Magic (https://soundcloud.com/disaster-magic) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Northeast Christian Podcast
Unpacking Faith | Is it Okay to Question God?

Northeast Christian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 44:06


"Is it okay to question God? Is it okay to tell him what I'm really thinking?" The Bible gives us many examples of real people who brought their doubts, their struggles, and their questions to the Lord. In this message, we're looking at five examples of ways God responded to people who came to him with questions, honesty, and even accusations. How does God respond to them? What might he say to us if we come to him? Let's find out.

Our Lord's Community Church
Our Mission, Values, and Vision (3): On Mission With Jesus

Our Lord's Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 34:04


Speaker: Brock Bingaman Date: 10/17/2021 About the Series: Our Mission, Values, & Vision We are a community of worship and formation on mission with Jesus. This three-part series focuses on our mission, values, and vision. Unpacking who we are as a church, what we value most, and where we're going will empower us as we join the Vineyard movement. About the Speaker: Dr. Brock Bingaman is Lead Pastor and founder and director of All Saints Center for Theology, Spirituality, and Leadership at OLCC. Drawing from over twenty-five years of leadership experience in the academy, church, and business world, he is passionate about equipping the saints. — We are a community of worship and formation on mission with Jesus. www.olcc.org Connect with us: www.instagram.com/olccokc www.facebook.com/olccokc

Generation X Gaming
Game Stop - What is it now? | Generation X Gaming #279

Generation X Gaming

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 85:57


On today show we talk about Dying Light 2 delayed, Battlefield 2042 delay, Skull and Bones, GTA V, Bungie Sues, Trials is back, Game Stop, EA Patent, New World Mounts, Unpacking, Artful escape, Minecraft Star Wars, COD Streamers, WOW changes incoming, Activision, and much more. Support or submit your question for the current or next show 24/7 here: https://www.30nstillgaming.live/tip Generation X Gaming is a weekly Podcast that goes over a few of the top stories from the past week in gaming and we rant along the way. DyingLight2 #Battlefield2042 #Gamestop 00:00:00 Start of Video 00:02:24 Intro of Show 00:04:15 The run Down 00:07:08 Dying Light 2 Delayed (1st Story) 00:19:46 Battlefield 2042 Delay (2nd Story) 00:27:12 Battlefield 2042 Leaks (3rd Story) 00:47:05 Skull and Bones Update (4th Story) 00:56:00 GTA V Discusses (5th Story) 01:04:30 Bungie Sue Marty (6th Story) 01:10:51 Trials is Back Baby in D2 with (Wolverine) (7th Story) 01:31:45 Game Stop what are you doing (8th Story) 01:38:51 EA Patent (9th Story) 01:43:39 New World Mounts or No Mounts (10th Story) 01:48:58 Unpacking (11th Story) 01:50:22 Sgt talking about The Artful Escape (Extra) 01:53:02 MineCraft Star Wars boards (12th Story) 01:57:32 COD giving Streamers easy lobbies (13th Story) 02:02:25 WOW Changes Picture in game (14th Story) 02:04:15 Sgt talks about Activision (15th Story) 02:07:00 Ending of the Show Outro Join 30nstillgaming and Sgt Mclusky as they have over 65 years experience playing and discussing games Check out more of @30nstillgaming at Website http://www.30nstillgaming.live Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/30nstillgaming Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/30nstillgaming Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sgtmclusky Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/Gen_X_GamingSu... this podcast with a small monthly donation to help sustain future episodes. https://anchor.fm/generation --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/genxgaming/message

Bibleish
Leviticus: The Great Unpacking

Bibleish

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 30:05


What's so wrong with eating a really great lizard anyway?! And why all the MOLD? Gather round friends, this week we are unpacking the great journey of Leviticus! We're discussing the book in a bit more detail based off our EPIC video episode from last week. We also have a special offer for you tucked away in this episode. So listen and enjoy!And if you haven't gotten the chance to take a look at last week's episode, grab a snack (manna is fine, or whatever you have handy) and watch it here: https://youtu.be/EYGDjDdSd_4SUPPORT THE SHOW ONPatreonInstagramFacebookSupport the show (http://www.patreon.com/bibleishpodcast)

National Wildlife Federation Outdoors
Take Action with Howard Vincent, President & CEO of Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever.

National Wildlife Federation Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 67:19


For this episode we sit down with the President and CEO of Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever, Howard Vincent. We talk pheasant and quail season outlooks and the issues the birds are facing, then we move on to several conservation topics including the upcoming Farm bill and the Conservation Reserve Program – what it does, it's benefits and why it's so important for conservation.  We also cover the recently formed grasslands sporting coalition and their hopes and dreams for restoring America's grasslands. We touch on the Recovering America's Wildlife Act, climate change impacts on wildlife, and why it's so critical average sportsmen and women engage in conservation. Links: https://www.quailforever.org/; https://www.pheasantsforever.org/ ; https://www.actfrograsslands.org   Show notes: 1:05 - Howard Vincent introduction. 3:00 - What has Howard been doing outside recently? 5:05 - General outlook on on this year. How are the pheasants and quail doing overall? 7:54 - What is the state of pheasants and quail? What is the conservation outlook? 13:14 - The Farm Bill 101 and CRP. What they do, what they are designed to do and why we need them. 15:40 - What does a typical CRP acre look like? 20:40 - Precision agriculture.  23:20 - Unpacking the new Farm Bill.  39:50 - A message from our partner podcast, Artemis Sportswomen. 42:10 - The Grasslands Act. What it is and what it's designed to do. 47:34 - How an average Joe/Jane get engaged in the Grasslands Act?  70% of grasslands are gone. The time to act is NOW. 54:27 - Recovering America's Wildlife Act and its importance for the sporting community.  1:02:45 - Closing statement from Howard Vincent. Get fired up! Your voice makes a difference!

Choose Unstoppable
Between The Lines - Unpacking Episode 180

Choose Unstoppable

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 6:54


In this episode we read 'Between The Lines' of episode 180: How Leveraging Your Past Can Create Your Dream Future W/Shawn KhorramiI talk about moving forward in the face of uncertainty even if you're starting from scratch.

Learning to Love
Unpacking your baggage

Learning to Love

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 2:21


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Bitcoin Audible (previously the cryptoconomy)
Read_570 - Unpacking the Great Hashrate Migration [Nic Carter]

Bitcoin Audible (previously the cryptoconomy)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 30:54


"The precise magnitude and schedule for the westward move is currently unknown, but all signals seem to be indicating the greatest shakeup in the geographic makeup of bitcoin mining since the start of the industrial mining era.” - Nic Carter Today we cover an article about the largest shift in mining infrastructure the Bitcoin network has ever seen. What does it mean for Bitcoin, for the Us, and for China, and what might be the reasons for this blanket move by the CCP? Find out in today's read from Nic Carter. Check out the original article below: https://www.coindesk.com/policy/2021/06/22/go-west-bitcoin-unpacking-the-great-hashrate-migration/ ••• If you haven't gotten your tickets for Bitcoin2022, DON'T WAIT! They only go up in value and you can save 10% on your tickets today with code GUYSWANN at checkout. Go to guyswann.com/2022 to snag them! Check out our amazing sponsors below that keep this show alive, and all the things made audible for your listening pleasure! • Get sats back on everything with the Fold Card! Check them out at guyswann.com/fold for 20% off the Spin+ Card! • And keep those sats SAFE with the BitBox02 hardware wallet. 5% off with discount code "GUY" at guyswann.com/bitbox • Stack automatically every day, week, or month with low fees on a set-it-and-forget-it, Bitcoin only, savings service at SwanBitcoin.com/guy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Unsportsmanlike Conduct
Oct 14 Seg 10 - Unpacking Andrea Adelson's Article

Unsportsmanlike Conduct

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 21:59


Link to the article is in the description of the segment where the interview with Adelson took place! Good read!

The Agenda with Steve Paikin (Audio)
Checking Toronto's Vital Signs

The Agenda with Steve Paikin (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 14:47


Unpacking the Toronto Foundation's report on quality of life and inequality among resdients of the city. With Julia Howell, chief program officer of the Toronto Foundation; and Garima Talwar Kapoor, director of policy and research at Maytree. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Brother from Another
"Respectfully, F that"

Brother from Another

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 104:08


(00:00) Michael Holley and Michael Smith reflect on other situations where Kyrie Irving has gone against the grain and explore why he's refusing to get a COVID-19 vaccination has led to self-reflection. (36:00) Marc Spears, Senior NBA Writer for The Undefeated, joins the show to break down how the Lakers are looking with the new roster and Jayson Tatum's motivation coming out of the Olympics. (59:00) Student journalists at the University of Oklahoma reveal Caleb Williams has been getting the majority of first-team practice snaps over Spencer Rattler. (1:14:00) Unpacking the latest on Adam Schefter emails regarding a story he was writing on former Washington Football Team GM Bruce Allen. (1:31:00) NFL columnist at USA Today, Mike Jones, stops by to dive into the Jon Gruden resignation and DeMaurice Smith opening up about racism in the NFL.

Real Talk Web Series
Real Talk Web Series Episode 137: “Unpacking & Cleaning”

Real Talk Web Series

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 47:32


In this week's episode, we find the guys back to more of their “normal” selves (as normal as they can be…) after a couple of rough weeks. After a brief recap of how the guys can be so “happy” after a few mopey weeks, it's on to business—discussing anonymous questions asked by YOU, including:

This Much I Know - The Seedcamp Podcast
Setting-up product and tech teams

This Much I Know - The Seedcamp Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 56:01


Seedcamp EiR David Mytton and VP Devin Hunt have both been successful, technical founders (Server Density, Lyst). As they scaled respective internal teams, they gathered a plethora of experiences on the matter. On this week's TMIK, our Managing Partner Carlos Espinal chats with David and Devin about "Unpacking the Stack", and the various angles to consider across product, engineering and design teams. The three dig into a range of topics, starting with hiring, and whom to hire first for both technical and non-technical founding teams. Then, they break down the terminology and various responsibilities of the different functions. Taking the example of product, Devin explains that the Chief Product Officer (CPO) is there to set the product vision, whereas a Product Manager (PM) manages an aspect of that vision. Furthermore, he explains that product teams are responsible for delivery, as well as working hand in hand with engineering and design teams. On that, David points out the importance of building cohesiveness within teams to better the communication (and shares a couple cues, including the power of show & tell meetings) Finally, Carlos asks Devin and out different reasons for early start-up killers. Some answers covered the balance in technical know-how in founding teams, the bias in prioritising engineering problems (vs. actually helping the business) or the difficulty to fire wrong hires early-on. We've been lucky enough to have both David and Devin with us at Seedcamp. This episode (un)packs a lot, so definitely tune in - lots of valuable insights shared!

The Bay
Unpacking the Rise in Gun Violence

The Bay

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 17:08


In 2020, homicides in the Bay Area increased by about 25%, according to a Guardian analysis of census and state data. Many of those deaths involved guns. The majority of people killed were Black and Latino, and some of the largest increases took place in Oakland, Vallejo, and Stockton. We don't yet know all of the reasons why this increase occurred, but many local practitioners of gun violence prevention point to factors like economic hardship, and the closures of important community spaces during the pandemic. Guest: Abené Clayton, lead reporter of The Guardian's ‘Guns & Lies in America' series Read Abené's full piece in The Guardian This episode was produced by Ericka Cruz Guevarra and Kate Wolffe, and hosted by Alan Montecillo.

The His & Her Money Show: Managing Money, Marriage, and Everything In Between

As you probably already know, not every episode of His & Her Money is ABOUT money, and not all of our guest speakers are financial gurus ready to drop the mic on budgets and debt freedom. Sometimes they have a different claim to fame, be it entrepreneurship, faith-based leadership, or even social media...and sometimes all of the above! On today's episode of the His & Her Money Show, we're talking with Jefferson Bethke! Jefferson is an author and social media star who you've probably already heard of from his YouTube channel, Jeff & Alyssa, where he and his wife post motivational videos and fun family vlogs.  Jefferson has so much to share, and a lot to say about his latest book, Take Back Your Family: From the Tyrants of Burnout, Busyness, Individualism, and the Nuclear Ideal!   What You Will Learn How Jefferson and his wife Alyssa rose to fame on YouTube. A sneak peak into Jefferson's latest book, Take Back Your Family. Jefferson's key tips to a fulfilling life following Jesus. Unpacking the "secrets" to multigenerational wealth.   Resources Mentioned jeffandalyssa.com Take Back Your Family: From the Tyrants of Burnout, Busyness, Individualism, and the Nuclear Ideal by Jefferson Bethke Grandmother's Journal: Memories and Keepsakes For My Grandchild by Blue Streak Debt Freedom Blueprint Facebook Side Hustle Course   

Highs and Lows
S1:E3 The Highs & Lows of: The Internet

Highs and Lows

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 37:52


35 Minutes of Unpacking the entirety of the World Wide Web. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Better Product
Unpacking Dollar Shave Club's “No B.S.” D2C Approach with Tsega Dinka

Better Product

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 28:35


You might remember Dollar Shave Club skyrocketing to popularity after they released a viral video and embraced a “no B.S.” approach to business. As one of the first major D2C brands, the company used insights they gained at the front of the pack to pioneer a budding industry. In many ways, how we understand D2C today is thanks to DSC.  Tsega Dinka, recently vice president of digital product at Dollar Shave Club, was there for it all as one of the company's first product managers. On Better Product, he reflects on how the experience taught him to align product and non-product teams and what's required to build an inclusive brand people will remember.

Mormons on Mushrooms
65: Unpacking Purity Culture w/ Purity to Polyamory

Mormons on Mushrooms

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 95:12


We're back for another juicy one! Join Mike, Doug and Shelise as we unpack purity culture, religious indoctrination and sexual shame with the founder / host of Purity to Polyamory:Purity to Polyamory is a podcast and writer/creator dedicated to helping people in deconstructing purity culture, oppressive religious structures, and recovering religious trauma survivors who are exploring non-traditional relationship structures such as ethical non monogamy and polyamory. IG: @puritytopolyamoryPodcast

IoT Product Leadership
053: Cybersecurity for Industry 4.0: the good, the bad and the ugly, with Rob Dyson

IoT Product Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 34:43


Today we have a fascinating conversation with Rob Dyson, someone with decades of experience in the security space and the current Global OT and IoT Security Services Business Development Leader at IBM! We have a wide-ranging conversation looking at the impacts of cyber security in Industry 4.0 transformations, the main drivers of cyber security risks in manufacturing, why security should never be relegated or de-prioritized, and how companies can go about building a strong culture of cyber security. This is our second conversation dealing with IBM, and this episode promises to be just as informative as our previous one, and is definitely not to be missed! On a more general note, this is the last episode of our second season, during which we have had such a great time bringing you these impactful conversations with different leaders. We look forward to Season 3 and hope you carry on with us on this journey!   Key Points From This Episode: A little of Rob's professional background, and his current role at IBM.  The trend towards Industry 4.0 and the reasons and aims for this. Impacts and results of transformation that Rob witnessed recently. The current causes for increased cybersecurity risks in manufacturing.  Unpacking this history of the air gap in industrial environments.  Using interconnected and integrated systems to create better, stronger security environments.  Translating the understanding and effort around security in the IT world to the OT space. How to run security teams and driving individual members to optimal performance.    The key areas that companies need to focus on in the current security climate.  The continuous nature of security programs and avoiding naive approaches to the ongoing challenges.  Taking the programs beyond just the technology; including people in your security processes.  Finding the right expertise for your company; building a well-suited security team.   Advice from Rob about getting started with a security journey; his three-pronged strategy!   Links From Today's Episode: Rob Dyson on Twitter IBM IoT Product Strategy Template Daniel Elizalde Newsletter Daniel Elizalde

Real Organic Podcast
Francis Thicke: Unpacking the Industrial Takeover of Organic

Real Organic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 74:04


#034: Real Organic dairy farmer, soil scientist, and former National Organic Standards Board member Francis Thicke sheds light on how the USDA program has been lost to corporate influence.  He also shares enlightening and easy-to-follow explanations about the upsides of cows on grass.Francis Thicke owns and operates Radiance Dairy in Fairfield, Iowa with his wife Susan, which produces milk, cream, cheese, and yogurt on site . He has worked for the USDA as a soil scientist and has served on the National Organic Standards Board. Francis currently serves on the Real Organic Project Standards Board.To watch a video version of this podcast please visit:https://www.realorganicproject.org/francis-thicke-unpacking-industrial-takeover-of-organic-episode-thirty-fourThe Real Organic Podcast is hosted by Dave Chapman and Linley Dixon, engineered by Brandon StCyr, and edited and produced by Jenny Prince.The Real Organic Project is a farmer-led movement working towards certifying 1,000 farms across the United States this year. Our add-on food label distinguishes soil-grown fruits and vegetables from hydroponically-raised produce. It also identifies pasture-raised meat, milk, and eggs as compared to products harvested from animals in horrific confinement (CAFOs - confined animal feeding operations).To find a Real Organic farm near you, please visit:https://www.realorganicproject.org/farmsWe believe that the organic standards, with their focus on soil health, biodiversity, and animal welfare were written as they should be. But the current lack of enforcement of those standards is jeopardizing small farms that follow the law. The lack of enforcement is also jeopardizing the overall health of the customers who support the organic movement; customers who are not getting what they pay for at market but are still paying a premium price. The lack of enforcement is jeopardizing the very cycles (water, air, nutrients) that Earth relies upon to provide us all with a place to live, by pushing extractive, chemical agriculture to the forefront.If you like what you hear and are feeling inspired, we would love for you to join our movement by becoming one of our 1,000  Real Fans!https://www.realorganicproject.org/1000-real-fans/To read our weekly newsletter (which might just be the most forwarded newsletter on the internet!) and get firsthand news about what's happening with organic food, farming and policy, please subscribe here:https://www.realorganicproject.org/email/

Born to Rise
How To Build A Sustainable & Profitable Yoga Business with Kelly McHugh

Born to Rise

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 32:44


Everyone deserves access to the healing and transformational work that yoga offers. So why do so many yoga teachers feel guilt around making a living by supporting students on their spiritual journey? It's time to look at yoga as a necessary service that positively impacts those who practice it. Today, our guest is flipping the script for yoga teachers so they can embody their worth and embrace the role they have in creating a powerful ripple effect into the world.    In today's episode, I am talking with Kelly McHugh, founder and CEO of Digital Yoga Academy, and entrepreneurial badass who has blazed the trail for women coming into entrepreneurship as yoga teachers by supplying them with the marketing and business knowledge needed to build sustainable and profitable businesses.   Kelly gives us her best tips for building a yoga business online, plus we'll talk about the importance of showing up consistently, why you need to dial in on your messaging, and how to get over the mental blocks of exchanging your yoga knowledge and skill set for money.   In this episode, we cover: Finding and filling the gap in the yoga teaching community [5:31] Unpacking the mental blocks surrounding profiting from yoga [6:44] Why yoga teachers need an online presence [11:26] How to respond to the shifting needs of your yoga community [18:20] The importance of showing up consistently and with the right energy [26:39]   Connect with Kelly: Website: https://digitalyogaacademy.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/digitalyogaacademy/  

Idaho Matters
Unpacking the Declaration of Independence's anti-Native American sentiments

Idaho Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 18:44


For the first time this year, the Biden administration made Indigenous People's Day an official federal holiday. To mark it, we want to take a look at a little known part of the Declaration of Independence. Specifically, a part that showed the founding father's very clear anti-Native American sentiments enshrined in one of founding documents.

Enjoy the Vue
Episode 77: Enjoy the Petite Vue with Dave Rupert

Enjoy the Vue

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 69:24


This week's episode is sponsored by Cloudflare Workers (https://enjoythevue.io/cloudflare-workers)! Have you ever wished that Vue was smaller? We know we have. Petite-Vue is an astonishing 5.5KB, which is so small, it's almost invisible. Dave Rupert, a developer at Paravel, joins us today to discuss all things Petite-Vue. We hear how this smaller version was released, and Dave shares what his experience of using it has been like. Often, when a framework is more compact, there are tradeoffs or sacrifices users have to make, but this does not seem to be the case with Petite-Vue. We talk about Alpine, how Petite-Vue is different, and we also get stuck into the use cases for Petite-Vue. Dave shares one of his totally wild ideas, which, naturally, Alex is all over. Our wide-ranging conversation also touches on interviews and what needs to change with them, templates and styles, and as usual, we wrap up with everyone's picks for the week. Tune in to hear it all! Key Points From This Episode: Get to know today's guest, Dave Rupert. Everyone's take on how they would feel if Vue was five kilobytes. The story of how Petite-Vue came to be released. Dave's experience of using Alpine and some of the challenges he had with this. What the jump from Vue to Petite-Vue is like. Hear about the idea that Dave runs past Alex. Some other great use cases for Petite-Vue. Unpacking the broken coding interview system; things need to change. Questioning some obscure hiring requirements. The framework Dave uses given that he works in an agency. In business, frameworks can become politicized and sites for contention. Things other people do that make everyone believe they are monsters. Diving into the world of template style and script. Where you can find Dave online to tell him how wrong he is about all his choices. Everyone's picks for this week; there are some great ones! Tweetables: “I think five kilobytes is the perfect stealth technology, like Alex is talking about that you can kind of sneak it into a project and no one's going to go, ‘Hey, hey, hey, what's going on now? I didn't approve this.'” — @davatron5000 (https://twitter.com/davatron5000?lang=en) [0:02:54] “I was kind of a late bloomer I guess for Vue but I just was like, you know, I think the more I've used Vue, the more it has all the features I like.” — @davatron5000 (https://twitter.com/davatron5000?lang=en) [0:37:36] “I'm just saying if you drop the opening curly brace on a four loop, you're a monster.” — @davatron5000 (https://twitter.com/davatron5000?lang=en) [0:47:58] Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: My petite-vue Review (https://daverupert.com/2021/07/petite-vue-review), Dave Rupert Evan You's petite-vue preview (https://twitter.com/youyuxi/status/1410759893359874050), Twitter Angie Jones (https://twitter.com/techgirl1908), Twitter Twitter: davatron5000 (http://twitter.com/davatron5000) Website: daverupert.com (http://daverupert.com) Mini Motorways (https://dinopoloclub.com/games/mini-motorways/), Dinosaur Polo Club (Apple Arcade, Steam) Bubble (https://bookshop.org/books/bubble-9781250245564/9781250245564), Morris, Morgan, Cliff, Riess  Chester's Cheddar Flavored Paws Cheese Flavored Snacks (https://www.kroger.com/p/chester-s-cheddar-flavored-paws-cheese-flavored-snacks/0002840056426) Bat,bat Black Coffee Soda (https://www.batbatsoda.com/shop/black-coffee-soda) Special (https://www.netflix.com/title/80987458), Netflix The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles (https://www.ace-attorney.com/great1-2), Capcom (Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Steam) Special Guest: Dave Rupert.

#CSK8 Podcast
Unpacking Systems for CSforALL with Leigh Ann DeLyser

#CSK8 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 70:48


In this interview with Leigh Ann DeLyser, we discuss the purpose of CSforALL, considerations for leading people with different visions for (or interests in) CS education, the evolution and future direction of CS education, positive and negative corporate influence on education, thinking through equity from a systems perspective, and much more.Click here for this episode's show notes.

Modern Minorities
Remi Adekoya's (unpacking) Biracial Britain

Modern Minorities

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 70:59


“Mixed-race identity presents opportunities and challenges. There's some bad, but there's also some good. So I have to take both.” Remi Adekoya is a Polish-Nigerian living in the UK, and the author of “Biracial Britain: A Different Way of Looking at Race” - and we had a great conversation on biracial identity — growing up, fitting in, standing out...and kids. Born the son of a Nigerian father and a Polish mother, Remi's a lecturer of politics a the University of York, the former political editor of the Warsaw Business Journal, and he's written for Foreign Affairs, Politico, and several well known Polish newspapers. Remi's currently conducting PhD research on identity politics, having provided socio-political commentary and analysis for the BBC, Foreign Policy, Stratfor, and Radio France International, among others. But as a bi-racial man, researcher, author, journalist, and father - Remi engages in conversation with a unique lens to uncover common - and uncommon - truths. Basically, Remi's the perfect podcast guest for us, and for anyone who wants to understand the inevitable makeup of the biracial world we are living in =) LEARN ABOUT REMI TW: @RemiAdekoya1 WORK: york.ac.uk/politics/people/academicstaff/adekoyaremi BOOK: Biracial Britain: goodreads.com/book/show/50412190-biracial-britain MENTIONS TV: Game of Thrones (as a study on power dynamics): imdb.com/title/tt0944947/ PERSON: Barack Obama: wikipedia.org/wiki/Barack_Obama --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/modern-minorities/support

Unpack the Facts Online Radio
#GODLOVEDME • EP. 2 - UNPACKING ENCOUNTER VS RELIGION; JESUS RELATIONS WITH US & HOW TO LIVE FROM THAT ENCOUNTER?

Unpack the Facts Online Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 65:40


Another Episode - Touching insight conversation on Encounter verse Religion - To know the difference - JESUS IS AN ENEMY OF RELIGION Another insight was on Jesus relations with us, like, Does he even get us?  How to Live from that ENCOUNTER?  Enjoy this Episode - Share your Thoughts Be a part of our Sponsoring Family, sponsor an Episode. Follow us: @kgotsohopelekau, @exotictiwanna https://www.instagram.com/unpackthefacts

Choose Unstoppable
Between The Lines - Unpacking Episode 178

Choose Unstoppable

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 6:31


In this episode we 'Read Between The Lines' of episode 178: How Reinventing Yourself After 40 Can Lead To The Best Years Of Your Life W/Natalie Klun.I talk about the importance of a giving mentality in life and business and how you can shift your relationship to sales

The Brookings Cafeteria
Unpacking Opportunity Zones tax havens

The Brookings Cafeteria

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 30:53


David Wessel, a senior fellow and director of the Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy at Brookings, is author of the new book “Only the Rich Can Play: How Washington Works in the New Gilded Age,” published by Public Affairs, which tells the story of how a Silicon Valley entrepreneur developed an idea intended to help poor people that will save rich people money on their taxes. Wessel relates in his book how the tax break, passed into law in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, led to the creation of over eight thousand tax havens across the U.S. called Opportunity Zones. This episode of the Brookings Cafeteria presents part of a recent Brookings live event during which Wessel and other experts discussed the book and the Opportunity Zone experience on the ground. Here, Wessel is interviewed by New York Times White House correspondent Jim Tankersly about “Only the Rich Can Play.” Listen and watch the entire event on , or also subscribe to the . Show notes and transcript:   Follow Brookings podcasts on Apple or Google podcasts, or on Spotify. Send feedback email to , and follow us and tweet us at  on Twitter. The Brookings Cafeteria is part of the .

The Charlie Kirk Show
PFIZER EXPOSED—Unpacking The Fetus-Filled Vaccine Bombshell with James O' Keefe

The Charlie Kirk Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 39:13


As Joe Biden continues to find himself in a public polling free-fall, Charlie tries his best to make sense of why the Regime refuses to course correct despite a staggering number of Americans who are apparently appalled by his first 9 months in office. And it's only going to get worse if the latest bombshell exposé from Project Veritas gets the coverage it deserves. To unpack the suppression campaign from Pfizer which caused millions of Americans to be denied religious exemptions, Charlie is joined by Founder & CEO of Project Veritas—James O' Keefe. Listen to this episode in full for an exclusive insight into the next move from America's most effective journalists at PV. What James has to say will truly shock you.    To support the work James and team are doing every day to expose the American Oligarchy, head to ProjectVeritas.com/Support and contact the team with any potential tips at VeritasTips@protonmail.com Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/support See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Broadway B******t
Bonus: Protecting Lesbian Space - Unpacking "The Flame - A Podcast Musical"

Broadway B******t

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021


Abbey and Cassidy talk with friends of the pod, and creators of The Flame - A Podcast Musical! https://broadwaypodcastnetwork.com/podcast/the-flame-a-podcast-musical/

Skullduggery
Unpacking the Pandora Papers (with Greg Miller)

Skullduggery

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 60:12


Billions hidden beyond reach. So the headline proclaimed in The Washington Post this week. The paper alongside more than one hundred partner news organizations around the world reported on a remarkable cache of documents exposing a secretive off-shore system that hides billions of dollars from tax authorities, creditors, criminal investigators, and the public. And who takes advantage of the system? World leaders, the rich, and the powerful worldwide.Greg Miller, one of the reporters from The Washington Post who worked on the exposure of information contained in what has been dubbed the Pandora Papers, helps unpack what we know about where all this money is being hidden, and how. GUEST:Greg Miller (@gregpmiller), National Security Correspondent for The Washington PostHOSTS:Michael Isikoff (@Isikoff), Chief Investigative Correspondent, Yahoo NewsDaniel Klaidman (@dklaidman), Editor in Chief, Yahoo NewsVictoria Bassetti (@VBass), fellow, Brennan Center for Justice (contributing co-host) RESOURCES:Yahoo News' Guide to nine years of finance leaks - Here.Greg Miller's Bio Page at The Washington Post - Here.Washington Post Reports answer your Pandora Papers - Here.Follow us on Twitter: @SkullduggeryPodListen and subscribe to "Skullduggery" on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.Email us with feedback, questions or tips: SkullduggeryPod@yahoo.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Rational Reminder Podcast
Are Homeowners Happier than Renters? (EP.170)

The Rational Reminder Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 60:17


For decades, owning a home has been seen as a hallmark of the ‘American dream' and a major life milestone. While we take it for granted that home ownership is good, we make the argument in today's episode that, from the perspective of subjective well-being, owning a home isn't necessarily the key to happiness. This conversation covers the non-financial aspects of homeownership and why owning a home isn't necessarily superior to renting one. This is supported by data from a number of different studies that describe the relationship between experienced happiness and life evaluation, and how the decision to buy or rent relates to effective forecasting, for example. Benjamin unpacks concepts like focalism, hedonic adaptation, and buyer's remorse, as well as social comparison and happiness when it comes to material purchases like homes. He concludes with the following words of wisdom: buying a house will not make you happy, but that doesn't mean it's a bad decision. During the course of today's episode, we also touch on Shane Parrish's The Great Mental Models Volume 3: Systems and Mathematics, how individuals engage in panic selling according to the recent MIT study, ‘When Do Investors Freak Out?', and some of the listener discussion points that arose from our in-depth conversation with John Cochrane in Episode 169. Tune in today for all this, plus so much more!   Key Points From This Episode:   Find out why you should listen to Tim Ferriss' interview with Micheal Dell. [0:07:06] Today's recommended book: The Great Mental Models Volume 3 by Shane Parrish. [0:08:05] Unpacking how individuals engage in panic selling according to the MIT study, ‘When Do Investors Freak Out?' [0:11:10] We weigh in on three top Canadian banks halting sales of third-party mutual funds in preparation for Know Your Product (KYP) rule reform. [0:13:53] Ben highlights some listener discussion points following the John Cochrane episode. [0:16:34] Learn how predictable returns result from unpredictable cashflows in the long run. [0:18:23] What this means for long-term investors: focus on cashflow payoffs, not returns. [0:18:59] Why stocks are less risky for long-term investors if returns are predictable, which introduces horizon effects and impacts portfolio theory. [0:20:49] Key takeaways: outside income streams as additional asset classes, value versus growth, pure wealth investors versus labor market investors. [0:21:42] Introducing Ben's topic for this week: does owning a home make you happy? [0:28:15] Some perceptions about the correlation between homeownership and happiness. [0:29:53] Why the non-financial aspects of renting might make it superior to home ownership. [0:31:50] Expanding on the 2011 paper, ‘The American Dream or the American Delusion?' [0:32:10] Conclusions from the 2019 paper, ‘Homeownership and Happiness', that Swiss homeowners are no happier or even less happy than renters. [0:33:57] The relationship between ownership and slightly elevated reflective life satisfaction; the difference between experienced happiness and life evaluation. [0:34:15] Ben reflects on how the decision to buy or rent relates to affective forecasting. [0:35:02] Focalism: how experience is shaped by how we spend our time rather than more stable circumstances like paying for housing. [0:37:50] How to deal with poor affective forecasting, hedonic adaptation, and buyer's remorse by making smaller, more frequent experiential purchases. [0:41:26] What Elizabeth Dunn and Michael Norton have to say about homeownership in Happy Money. [0:43:14] Social comparison and happiness when it comes to material purchases like homes. [0:43:57] How housing impacts life satisfaction: quality, economic effects, prestige, freedom. [0:46:09] Ben on how working from home can exacerbate possible issues for homeowners. [0:51:28] Concluding this topic: why homeowners are not automatically happier than renters. [0:52:05] Personally, Ben shares why he would rather own more of his time than his home. [0:53:27] Suggested reading, including Positive Psychology and The Happiness Hypothesis. [0:54:35] Talking Sense: whether success is based on money, cost versus value, and more! [0:57:38]

The JJ Redick Podcast
Unpacking Joel Embiid's Recent Comments on Ben Simmons, Plus Evaluating NBA Player Rankings and Six Teams to Watch This Preseason

The JJ Redick Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 61:58


Happy Friday! Joel Embiid unloaded the clip in response to rumors that Ben Simmons is done playing with him, so Verno and KOC dissect the most interesting parts of Embiid's statement (0:45). Then they talk about the ESPN and Sports Illustrated NBA player rankings for the 2020-21 season (26:35) and the three teams they're looking forward to watching in preseason (36:30). Hosts: Chris Vernon and Kevin O'Connor Associate Producer: Sasha Ashall Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices