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Mic Drop
Stories that Stick (ft. Kindra Hall)

Mic Drop

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 40:42


Stories that Stick (ft. Kindra Hall)A master storyteller on what works, what matters, and what doesn't work or matterOPENING QUOTE:“We get to know people through their stories, and they're asking themselves in that moment as you come out on stage: "I'm spending the next hour with this person, do I like them? Do I connect with them? Do I feel like they're related to me in any way? Do I trust them?”-Kindra Hall:GUEST BIO:Kindra Hall is the best selling author of Stories That Stick: How Storytelling Can Captivate Customers, Influence Audiences, and Transform Your Business. Kindra is one of the busiest keynote speakers on the scene, helping global brands better communicate the value of their company, their products and their individuality through strategic storytelling. She's also the Chief Storytelling Officer at SUCCESS Magazine, where she shares the inspiring, often untold stories of achievers like Daymond John, Deepak Chopra, James Altucher and Misty Copeland in print and on the podcast SUCCESS Stories with Kindra Hall.Links:WebsiteFacebookTwitterLinkedInInstagramYouTubeCORE TOPICS + DETAILS:[6:00] - The Four Key Elements of a Great StoryKindra's secret sauce for amazing storytellingKindra lists four key components of great storytelling— First, they need an identifiable character. It can be you or someone else, but it needs to be someone your audience can identify with.Next, a story needs authentic emotion. It doesn't have to make your audience cry, but it needs to make them feel something. Third— a story needs a moment. It's a point in the story where the listener can “come in and sit right there next to you,” experiencing what you or the main character experienced.Finally, a story needs specific details. This adds to the image your audience is creating in their minds, making your story more vivid and impactful.[14:48] - Intros & EndingHow Kindra thinks about two of the most important parts of a keynoteWhen it comes to intros, Kindra has a strong stance: “Always start with the story.” That's how your audience will get to know you, much more than listing out your credentials or resume.As far as endings, Kindra ties all the concepts she's gone on to discuss back to that original story. It brings everything full-circle, and helps solidify the concepts discussed because they tie back to her original narrative. This leaves a lasting impression and ties emotion and feelings to the intellectual side of what's been discussed.[22:36] - Kindra's Storytelling HeroesInfluential names you may not knowKindra lists her mentor, Donald Davis, as one of her storytelling heroes. She cites his traditional storytelling chops and ability to make life's everyday moments have power and value as one of her biggest inspirations. Kindra also lists the opening story of Glennon Doyle's book Untamed, despite its status as being considered “overhyped.” It clearly struck a chord with a wide range of people— the hallmark of a great story.[29:16] - Kindra's Storytelling No-NosTaking a stand against emotional manipulationTwo things Kindra feels strongly about in stories and keynotes— don't cry, and don't tell stories that have no purpose other than to make your audience cry. Becoming emotional onstage might feel like it will convey vulnerability and impact, but the truth is that it takes the focus off your audience and puts it on you. You're meant to be the deliverer of the message, not the central star of the message.Meanwhile, Kendra says that while stories should be emotionally resonant, they also need to tie back to your message on an intellectual level. Ask yourself what the purpose of a story you share actually is— if it doesn't go any deeper than “making the audience cry,” cut it out.[32:52] - More than an OvationKindra's real measure of a great keynoteMany speakers measure success in standing ovations. But Kindra uses another metric. Does anyone come up to her after the keynote and ask to discuss its message with her further? Does anyone speak to her about speaking at another event? These are signs that she's made a lasting impression after leaving the stage and concluding the event. That's the true measure of keynote success.RESOURCES:[23:02] About Donald Davis[24:02] Untamed, by Glennon Doyle[24:40] New York Times Metropolitan DiaryFollow Kindra Hall:WebsiteFacebookTwitterLinkedInInstagramYouTubeFollow Josh Linkner:FacebookLinkedInInstagramTwitterYouTubeABOUT MIC DROP:Hear from the world's top thought leaders and experts, sharing tipping point moments, strategies, and approaches that led to their speaking career success. Throughout each episode, host Josh Linkner, #1 Innovation keynote speaker in the world, deconstructs guests' Mic Drop moments and provides tactical tools and takeaways that can be applied to any speaking business, no matter it's starting point. You'll enjoy hearing from some of the top keynote speakers in the industry including: Ryan Estis, Alison Levine, Peter Sheahan, Seth Mattison, Cassandra Worthy, and many more. Mic Drop is sponsored by ImpactEleven.Learn more at: MicDropPodcast.comABOUT THE HOST:Josh Linkner is a Creative Troublemaker. He believes passionately that all human beings have incredible creative capacity, and he's on a mission to unlock inventive thinking and creative problem solving to help leaders, individuals, and communities soar. Josh has been the founder and CEO of five tech companies, which sold for a combined value of over $200 million and is the author of four books including the New York Times Bestsellers, Disciplined Dreaming and The Road to Reinvention. He has invested in and/or mentored over 100 startups and is the Founding Partner of Detroit Venture Partners.Today, Josh serves as Chairman and Co-founder of Platypus Labs, an innovation research, training, and consulting firm. He has twice been named the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year and is the recipient of the United States Presidential Champion of Change Award. Josh is also a passionate Detroiter, the father of four, is a professional-level jazz guitarist, and has a slightly odd obsession with greasy pizza. Learn more about Josh: JoshLinkner.comSPONSORED BY IMPACTELEVEN:From refining your keynote speaking skills to writing marketing copy, from connecting you with bureaus to boosting your fees, to developing high-quality websites, producing head-turning demo reels, Impact Eleven (formerly 3 Ring Circus) offers a comprehensive and powerful set of services to help speakers land more gigs at higher fees. Learn more at: impacteleven.comPRODUCED BY DETROIT PODCAST STUDIOS:In Detroit, history was made when Barry Gordy opened Motown Records back in 1960. More than just discovering great talent, Gordy built a systematic approach to launching superstars. His rigorous processes, technology, and development methods were the secret sauce behind legendary acts such as The Supremes, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross and Michael Jackson.As a nod to the past, Detroit Podcast Studios leverages modern versions of Motown's processes to launch today's most compelling podcasts. What Motown was to musical artists, Detroit Podcast Studios is to podcast artists today. With over 75 combined years of experience in content development, audio production, music scoring, storytelling, and digital marketing, Detroit Podcast Studios provides full-service development, training, and production capabilities to take podcasts from messy ideas to finely tuned hits. Here's to making (podcast) history together.Learn more at: DetroitPodcastStudios.comSHOW CREDITS:Josh Linkner: Host | josh@joshlinkner.comConnor Trombley: Executive Producer | connor@DetroitPodcastStudios.com

Midnight Slumber
E62 - The Time Beast

Midnight Slumber

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 7:06


In this story, our adventurer encounters a beast that can alter time. Welcome to Midnight Slumber! We have a fun short story for you. Sit back, relax, enjoy this short story, and thanks for listening! Written and Narrated by Zack Miller. Follow us on Twitter @The_MNS_Podcast, Instagram @midnight_slumber_podcast, our YouTube Channel - Midnight Slumber, and on Facebook – Midnight Slumber.

Midnight Slumber
E61 - School Crush

Midnight Slumber

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 11:51


In this story, our adventurer takes a final exam that is quite magical. Welcome to Midnight Slumber! We have a fun short story for you. Sit back, relax, enjoy this short story, and thanks for listening! Written and Narrated by Zack Miller. Follow us on Twitter @The_MNS_Podcast, Instagram @midnight_slumber_podcast, our YouTube Channel - Midnight Slumber, and on Facebook – Midnight Slumber.

Christian Podcast Community
SPECIAL (011) – How Preaching Displays the Vivid Activity of the Holy Spirit – Dr. Barry York – Pittsburgh & Beaver, PA

Christian Podcast Community

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022


Dr. Barry York offers some really helpful comments on preaching for the person in the pew and the pastor. Tune in to better understand what the Holy Spirit is doing in preaching and how you can draw comfort, hope, and strength from the preaching God provides you every Lord's Day. Where Dr. York Serves: RPTS & River Valley Reformed Church (church plant) Where Dr. York Blogs: gentlereformation.com Dr. York's Webpage: barryjyork.com Dr. York's Book: Hitting the Mark: Restoring the Essential Identity of the Church Dr. York's Tabletalk Articles: https://tabletalkmagazine.com/contributor/barry-york/ PLEASE SHARE THIS EPISODE WITH FRIENDS. TELL THEM ABOUT THE PODCAST AND SHARE IT ON SOCIAL MEDIA. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF THE SHOW.

Small Town Theologian
SPECIAL (011) - How Preaching Displays the Vivid Activity of the Holy Spirit - Dr. Barry York - Pittsburgh & Beaver, PA

Small Town Theologian

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 11:07


Dr. Barry York offers some really helpful comments on preaching for the person in the pew and the pastor. Tune in to better understand what the Holy Spirit is doing in preaching and how you can draw comfort, hope, and strength from the preaching God provides you every Lord's Day. Where Dr. York Serves: RPTS & River Valley Reformed Church (church plant) Where Dr. York Blogs: gentlereformation.com Dr. York's Webpage: barryjyork.com Dr. York's Book: Hitting the Mark: Restoring the Essential Identity of the Church Dr. York's Tabletalk Articles: https://tabletalkmagazine.com/contributor/barry-york/ PLEASE SHARE THIS EPISODE WITH FRIENDS. TELL THEM ABOUT THE PODCAST AND SHARE IT ON SOCIAL MEDIA. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF THE SHOW.

Society of Reformed Podcasters
How Preaching Displays the Vivid Activity of the Holy Spirit – Dr. Barry York – Pittsburgh & Beaver, PA

Society of Reformed Podcasters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 11:08


Town Hall Seattle Arts & Culture Series
Jonathan Franzen with Tom Nissley Crossroads: A Vivid Take on Contemporary America

Town Hall Seattle Arts & Culture Series

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 68:30


Jonathan Franzen is known for being, well, a little bit of everything: cantankerous and compelling, celebrated and controversial. Known for his vivid character development, his six novels have provoked commentary of all sorts from each end of the spectrum and everywhere in-between. Unsurprisingly, when Franzen — dubbed by TIME as “The Great American Novelist”— releases a new book, people pay attention; his latest novel, Crossroads, is no exception. In Crossroads, it's December 23, 1971, and heavy weather is forecast for Chicago. Russ Hildebrandt, the associate pastor of a liberal suburban church, is on the brink of breaking free from a joyless marriage — unless his wife, Marion, who has her own secret life, beats him to it. Their eldest child, Clem, is coming home from college on fire with moral absolutism, having taken an action that will shatter his father. Clem's sister, Becky, long the social queen of her high-school class, has sharply veered into the counterculture, while their brilliant younger brother Perry, who's been selling drugs to seventh graders, has resolved to be a better person. Each of the Hildebrandts seeks a freedom that each of the others threatens to complicate. The story of a Midwestern family at a pivotal moment of moral crisis, Crossroads explores the history of two generations with humor and complexity that resonates with our contemporary times. Jonathan Franzen is the author of six novels, most recently Crossroads and Purity, and five works of nonfiction, including The Discomfort Zone, Farther Away, and The End of the End of the Earth. Among his honors are the National Book Award, the James Tait Black Memorial Award, the Heartland Prize, Die Welt Literature Prize, the Budapest Grand Prize, and the first Carlos Fuentes Medal awarded at the Guadalajara International Book Fair. Franzen is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the German Akademie der Künste, and the French Ordre des Arts et des Lettres. An ardent bird-watcher, he has served on the board of the American Bird Conservancy since 2008, and has received the EuroNatur Award for his work in bird conservation. Tom Nissley is the owner of Phinney Books and Madison Books in Seattle, and the author of A Reader's Book of Days. He has a Ph.D. in English from the University of Washington and in 2010 won eight games on Jeopardy!. Crossroads: A Novel (Paperback) Third Place Books

New Books in African American Studies
Elizabeth Schroeder Schlabach, "Dream Books and Gamblers: Black Women's Work in Chicago's Policy Game" (U Illinois Press, 2022)

New Books in African American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 49:26


Ubiquitous illegal lotteries known as policy flourished in Chicago's Black community during the overlapping waves of the Great Migration. Policy "queens" owned stakes in lucrative operations while women writers and clerks canvased the neighborhood, passed out winnings, and kept the books.  In Dream Books and Gamblers: Black Women's Work in Chicago's Policy Game (University of Illinois Press, 2022). Elizabeth Schroeder Schlabach examines the complexities of policy and gender politics in Chicago. Policy provided Black women with a livelihood for themselves and their families. At the same time, navigating gender expectations, aggressive policing, and other hazards of the infromal economy led them to refashion ideas about Black womanhood and respectability. Policy earnings also funded above-board enterprises ranging from neighborhood businesses to philanthropic institutions, and Schlabach delves into the various ways Black women straddled the illegal policy business and reputable community involvement. Vivid and revealing, Dream Books and Gamblers tells the stories of Black women in the underground economy and how they used their work to balance the demands of living and laboring in Black Chicago. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies

New Books Network
Elizabeth Schroeder Schlabach, "Dream Books and Gamblers: Black Women's Work in Chicago's Policy Game" (U Illinois Press, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 49:26


Ubiquitous illegal lotteries known as policy flourished in Chicago's Black community during the overlapping waves of the Great Migration. Policy "queens" owned stakes in lucrative operations while women writers and clerks canvased the neighborhood, passed out winnings, and kept the books.  In Dream Books and Gamblers: Black Women's Work in Chicago's Policy Game (University of Illinois Press, 2022). Elizabeth Schroeder Schlabach examines the complexities of policy and gender politics in Chicago. Policy provided Black women with a livelihood for themselves and their families. At the same time, navigating gender expectations, aggressive policing, and other hazards of the infromal economy led them to refashion ideas about Black womanhood and respectability. Policy earnings also funded above-board enterprises ranging from neighborhood businesses to philanthropic institutions, and Schlabach delves into the various ways Black women straddled the illegal policy business and reputable community involvement. Vivid and revealing, Dream Books and Gamblers tells the stories of Black women in the underground economy and how they used their work to balance the demands of living and laboring in Black Chicago. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in American Studies
Elizabeth Schroeder Schlabach, "Dream Books and Gamblers: Black Women's Work in Chicago's Policy Game" (U Illinois Press, 2022)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 49:26


Ubiquitous illegal lotteries known as policy flourished in Chicago's Black community during the overlapping waves of the Great Migration. Policy "queens" owned stakes in lucrative operations while women writers and clerks canvased the neighborhood, passed out winnings, and kept the books.  In Dream Books and Gamblers: Black Women's Work in Chicago's Policy Game (University of Illinois Press, 2022). Elizabeth Schroeder Schlabach examines the complexities of policy and gender politics in Chicago. Policy provided Black women with a livelihood for themselves and their families. At the same time, navigating gender expectations, aggressive policing, and other hazards of the infromal economy led them to refashion ideas about Black womanhood and respectability. Policy earnings also funded above-board enterprises ranging from neighborhood businesses to philanthropic institutions, and Schlabach delves into the various ways Black women straddled the illegal policy business and reputable community involvement. Vivid and revealing, Dream Books and Gamblers tells the stories of Black women in the underground economy and how they used their work to balance the demands of living and laboring in Black Chicago. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in History
Elizabeth Schroeder Schlabach, "Dream Books and Gamblers: Black Women's Work in Chicago's Policy Game" (U Illinois Press, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 49:26


Ubiquitous illegal lotteries known as policy flourished in Chicago's Black community during the overlapping waves of the Great Migration. Policy "queens" owned stakes in lucrative operations while women writers and clerks canvased the neighborhood, passed out winnings, and kept the books.  In Dream Books and Gamblers: Black Women's Work in Chicago's Policy Game (University of Illinois Press, 2022). Elizabeth Schroeder Schlabach examines the complexities of policy and gender politics in Chicago. Policy provided Black women with a livelihood for themselves and their families. At the same time, navigating gender expectations, aggressive policing, and other hazards of the infromal economy led them to refashion ideas about Black womanhood and respectability. Policy earnings also funded above-board enterprises ranging from neighborhood businesses to philanthropic institutions, and Schlabach delves into the various ways Black women straddled the illegal policy business and reputable community involvement. Vivid and revealing, Dream Books and Gamblers tells the stories of Black women in the underground economy and how they used their work to balance the demands of living and laboring in Black Chicago. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

Mixmash Radio
Laidback Luke Presents: VIVID Guestmix | Mixmash Radio #391

Mixmash Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 61:09


Based in Japan, DJ/Producer VIVID is ready to bring this weeks Mixmash Radio to YOU! His latest single 'Hypnotized' gained some crazy support on Beatport and other platforms. Thats why it's time for a Mixmash Radio episode full of Future Rave sounds and his latest single 'Hypnotized'! Enjoy and let us know what you think of it in the comments below! ⤵️ Download/Stream 'Hypnotized' by VIVID: https://bfan.link/hypnotized-VIVID Follow our 'Todays Dance Essentials' playlist: https://sptfy.com/todaysdanceessentials Follow VIVID: Instagram: www.instagram.com/djvivid/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/djvivid Soundcloud: @djvivid Website: www.thevividexperience.com/ Follow Mixmash Records: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/mixmashrecords TikTok: https://tiktok.com/@mixmashrecords Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mixmashrecords Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/mixmash-records Website: https://www.mixmashrecords.com

Filter It Through a Brain Cell
The Fallacy of Misleading Vividness

Filter It Through a Brain Cell

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 7:16


Vivid & dramatic images make a huge impression on us...and sometimes convince us that something is true even when the evidence says otherwise! When you can recognize the foolishness, you won't get fooled by it! Special thank you to our sponsors, Classical Conversations! Interested in homeschooling? For more than 25 years, Classical Conversations has equipped parents just like you with the support and tools to home educate. Start your journey today and find your local Classical Conversations community of homeschool families at www.classicalconversations.com/gibbens. Send me any questions, comments or even the fallacies you're seeing around you! think@filteritthroughabraincell.com Or, tag me on Instagram: @filteritthroughabraincell

The Short Term Rental Authority Podcast
STRA Episode 14: What to do About a Party in Your Short-Term Rental

The Short Term Rental Authority Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 43:27


Episode 14: What to do About a Party in Your Short-Term Rental [00:00:00] [00:00:05] Hey guys. Welcome back to the podcast. We are John and Wendy Williams with the Short-term Rental Authority, Your authority for all things short term rental related to help make you the best operator ever. [00:00:21] And today we are going to be talking. What to do if someone has a party in your unit and the insurance that is related to short term rentals and more importantly, how to prevent it from happening in the first place. Yes, Yes. Excellent. Well, there are several systems and processes. Processes, processes. I think that's right. [00:00:47] Actually. Pro. Oh, really? Processes, process. I really like processes because it makes you sound really smart. . So is this where you're like, how do you say that in English? , What's the English word for, Right, Right. , Maybe that's what it is. Maybe that's the French way to say it. Yeah, that's, that's always a trick, right? [00:01:06] I never can remember. But anyway, So let's talk about the systems. Let's talk about the process first. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Because that's, The main thing right, is you gotta have a process. Yeah. You gotta have a plan. You gotta have a plan. Cause it's going to happen. It's, it's going to, it's, it's not a matter of if, it's a matter of when. [00:01:30] It's a matter of when and it's a matter of how are you going to deal with it. Yes. And knowing that beforehand Yes. Is critical. . But I will say that, you know, this is something a lot of people are afraid of. You know, this, this is one of the re big things that people worry about is, Hey, I have this big investment. [00:01:48] You know, what happens if a bunch of people show up and trash it? How do I get my money back? How do I right X, Y, and Z? Right? What about the neighbors? You know, am I get in trouble with the city? Like, right, there's all this [00:02:00] fear about it, right? And I just wanna say up front, For one thing, it's, it's actually kind of rare. [00:02:05] Yeah, that's very true. At least in our experience and the experience of other people we've coached. Some areas are more prone to it than others, depending on and different property where are, where or more prone to it than others as well. I would say that's true and it's, it's I know it, I know where you're going with that, but I also know that it's not just those properties. [00:02:23] Sometimes it's the area Yes. That you're in and, and the price point you're at and stuff like that. For sure. What's, what's number one? Like, what's the number one thing you should process that you should have in place to start with? And I would say it's your screening process. Oh, I was gonna say that too. [00:02:39] Okay. Cause I think that's the, that's your first line of defense. That's why you know, your platforms like your Airbnb and your VRBO and, and things like that are popular. In a way it's because they do have. in a sense, some screening built in, right? So there's, there's a, a review system. You can see if this person's had good reviews in the past, had good interactions with hosts in the past you can see you know, have they gone through the process to verify their ID with the platform, right? [00:03:11] So that's just another step of security and screen. And then beyond that, it's what is their initial first contact with you? You know, what is that message? A lot of times I feel like that can give you a hint as to who's coming and what is their intent. Right, Right. Because we typically ask people what is the reason for your stay? [00:03:34] Yeah. And that's something you can automatically do on a platform like an Airbnb where it actually has. At least for Instant book, there are requirements. So I would say that's one thing you want to do is like instant book is something you actually probably want to have turned on because that is, it gives you more exposure. [00:03:55] There are people that want to instant book, but on that platform it [00:04:00] also gives you the option to say, Okay, for Instant book, they have to meet these requirements. So for example, they have to have a verified identity. Mm-hmm. , which means. On the platform, they have uploaded a copy of their photo id. They have a verified email address and they have a, a phone number. [00:04:21] Mm-hmm. . And then you can also, there's another, there's like little sliders you can slide on or off. That's one option. Another option is do they have recommendations from other hosts? In other words, have they gotten positive reviews? Rec, In other words, they've stayed with someone else who said yes, they were a good. [00:04:39] Right. So that's a slider you can turn on. And then the third one, the reason I mentioned it was there's a third slider you can turn on that says well, it basically turns on a text box where you can ask them a question that they have to answer when they book. And ours typically is what's the reason for your stay. [00:04:54] Yeah. Please tell us about your stay. Yes. And, and there's a nice way to say that. You may say so that we can best prepare for your arrival, please let us know the. Reason for your staff. That's a good way to say it. Right? And that what that does, other than why are you coming, right? , Are you gonna have a party? [00:05:11] Right? Yeah. And a lot of people say no parties, and that's just, that's such a turnoff. It is. Yeah. It can be. Yeah. So, I mean, that should be something that's in your house rules, but, Well, we were gonna talk about that next, but Yeah. Gradually to get there. Okay, so it, we're talking now about screening and that first message, and that's how you can prompt that first message. [00:05:33] So that first interaction with what's the reason for your stay. If they say, Coming for my birthday, that might be a hint, right? Or if they say, coming for an event with, or you know, family reunion with my family. Now you might want to ask some questions, right? Are you planning on having it our place or you, Now I've got questions, , right? [00:05:52] So it's that initial interaction that can kind of start that conversation and I think that's a really important part of screening. [00:06:00] And I, I would, I would say that some people who. Going to have a part. Those that are more likely to have a party in your, in your place tend to be a little bit younger. [00:06:20] Sometimes. Yeah, sometimes. Yeah. So oftentimes, so I would, I don't know if there's really a way to prevent people, f young people from booking your place. Well, that's, Technically that's a function of your state law and maybe local law. Oh, okay. So there are actually you want to look that up to make sure you're actually in compliance because there are certain things that you can't just say, Hey, you gotta be 30. [00:06:49] Right? Right. Or you gotta be 25. I know people do it, but you might wanna look and say, Hey, is that even something. Applicable in my area, right? Is that something that I can legally do even though I'm doing it right? And then yes, on the on the platforms themselves or wherever you advertise, you can say, must be ex, you know, 25 or 21 or whatever your threshold is that you can, can do, you can actually make that a requirement in the rules, but there's no way to enforce that really on the platform. [00:07:25] And that's, that's the downside to relying on, like, say an Airbnb's ID verification. Yeah. They've done it, but they're not gonna share it with you, the host. No, they're not. That's that's the part that I don't like. Yeah. There's no way to really know. And even really, if you read their terms of service, it says, when possible we will Right. [00:07:47] X, Y, and Z. Right, right. Sure, sure. So I do, you know, if it was possible that time. Right, right, right. And it becomes even. Harry when it's someone coming from a foreign country because now it's a, it's a passport. It's [00:08:00] not a, a driver's license with an address on it. You know, passports don't have addresses. [00:08:04] Right. So it's, yeah, you can verify that to passport, but do you really know if that's that person's passport? Right. Right. And so there's, there's that kind of thing going on. And mostly I wanna say that it just, we don't have access to it as a host. Yeah, that's the problem. So you were asking about the age thing, like we don't really know. [00:08:23] Yeah, we don't really know. We can say you can't book it and we will have people ask like that's one of those first questions that can raise your suspicion maybe. Yes. Or just you just fighty senses. You need to do a little more investigation. Right. Cause we've had that first message be simply, is age an. [00:08:43] I'm like, well, if you have to ask, it probably is , right? That's a red flag right there. Right? So now I've got questions . Right? Right. So it's that that first interaction a lot of times will give you the thing even on age, but yet, But yet to say not everybody under 25. No, no, not at all. Gonna have a party. [00:09:02] And not everybody over 25 isn't right? No. Cause we've had both. Right. No doubt. So it's something to it, It's something to think about, but it's not an absolute Right. It's a, you know, I just wanted to bring it up because Yeah, yeah. It, it's, it is a thing. Yeah. And people think that, Yeah. Like that's, that's a concern. [00:09:20] Yeah, for sure. I wanna say especially for the well even initiated or like, a lot of times they just want to avoid that. Yeah. Cuz they're afraid of it. and there, I get why there, there are reasons to question that, but it's not a, I'm just saying, you know, you don't want to be discriminatory just because someone's 24 and not 25. [00:09:42] Right, Right. That's what is that magical though? , right? right. Well, so that is, that's the very first step in, in. Verify screening. Guess you know what? Ask them what [00:10:00] is the reason for your stay, right? Mm-hmm. , and then, and then maybe turn on some of those controls, right? So they can't instant book it unless they meet right. [00:10:07] Certain requirements. But you can't do that on vrbo. No. VRBO does not have that feature. No, it doesn't. Right? Right. So now you've got, you've added another platform. Now you've got a hole in your system. Yep. Cause you can't rely on that anymore. And you certainly can't when you go to booking.com. But let's, if when you move on to the next thing, the next process is now that you have asked them the reason for their stay, you can also put some things in place. [00:10:38] For example, house rules. In place. Mm-hmm. . And just so that people know that events and parties are not allowed in your, in your space. Yeah. So you should have a, a robust set of house rules. And we always say they should be in the format of here's the rule, here's the, here's the penalty. If you violate the rule, Right? [00:11:03] Meaning monitor. Or it could be, Hey, you gotta leave. Right? Right. So it's like smoke in the unit, $250 have a party. Immediate cancellation of reservation. Right. But no refund. With no refund. So, but that's kind of the format of house rules you want to have. And, and, and like you were saying in the spirit of you're in the hospitality. [00:11:28] Don't lead with the house rules and say, Hey, please go read all these rules, right? And here's this long list of things like you want 'em there, but you don't want to be aggressive about it necessarily. Yeah. It's a turn off. So it's always like, firm, this is our policy, it's business, but we are in the hospitality business, so don't go overboard. [00:11:48] and start scaring people away. Cause I see people go way too far the other direction too. Oh, totally. Right. And you, They wonder why they have a problem. Yeah. They're like, Why am I, why are people irritated with me? Why I wonder Because you, [00:12:00] you're aggressive, Right. And you come out accusatory, right. Is the word. [00:12:04] Yes. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. And most people are, are, don't have mal intentions. No. They don. And most people are really great guests. You just wanna have. Those processes in place that for the few that do, but don't let one bad apple spoil the whole bunch. Mm-hmm. . But having that, the, having that in the house rules that says there's no parties, and if you do have a party, then you, you're gonna, your reservation will be canceled with no refund. [00:12:42] Yeah. In your household. Let's talk about that a little bit because it's, I, We don't just say, Don't have a party or this. Because the, If you have a rule like that, they'll just say, Well, it's not a party, we just have people over. Right. You gotta be real definitive of what exactly a party is. Right. So we don't actually say no parties. [00:13:01] Yeah. We say maximum occupancy at all times is. Such and such, whatever the max occupancy is. So if it's a place that holds six people, there should never be more than six people there. Correct. You shouldn't have more people at the place than it's on your reservation. Correct? Right. Anybody that stays after 10 o'clock is considered an overnight guest, and here's the penalty for unauthorized overnight guest. [00:13:24] That's a really good point, right? Like, that's really specific because you, what you don't want to get into is, Oh, they're not staying here, they're just hanging. Because then it becomes this ne nuance thing of, well, are they violating your rule or not? And you're kind of arguing back and forth. Right. And to me, somebody that stays till three in the morning was overnight. [00:13:45] Sure. Whether they slept or not. Sure. Right. So that's why we have that cutoff. Sure. So we say, Okay, here's the maximum of people that can be there. Here's the cutoff time for when you become an overnight guest. Here's the penalty for overnight. If you, if they're undisclosed [00:14:00] and hey, you know, don't show up with more people in your reservation than you're supposed to have. [00:14:05] And by the, And you can even go as far as say, Hey, if you're going to have a guest, that's fine, but let us know who and when and where. And it's all in how you phrase it, because that's a security issue. Like if you said you had two people on your reservation and all of a sudden I see like other three other people coming. [00:14:25] I'm genuinely concerned for your safety. Like, do you know these people are here? Right? Like, are, are they getting into your stuff? Or you know, did you leave the door locked or something? Like, I need to inquire. But that's not accusatory. It's more Hey, we noticed this. What's going on? Are you aware? Right? [00:14:44] And then here's the set of house rules. So that's how you can use those things in combination. prevent and head off any of, Well, we're really talking about the, about the worst thing that can happen as far as general things, you know, other than somebody dying or something like that. Right. But somebody coming to your house, having a big party and trashing it basically. [00:15:05] And disturbing the neighbors and possibly getting you kicked out and Yeah. You know, all these things that you see that happen. Sure. Well, okay, so but that's before arrival, right? Right. So, so now we've got it so that we've asked them the reason for their stay. We've posted it in the, in the house rules. [00:15:24] Mm-hmm. , here's the max occupancy. There's no more than X number of people that can be in the unit at any one time. If anyone stays after, you know, 10:00 PM for example, they're considered a guest. Here's the fee for undisclosed guests. Mm-hmm. , and here's what's gonna happen, right? Mm-hmm. . So we've got penalties in the, in the house rules. [00:15:46] So let's say someone violated those house rules and they, and it's, it's midnight [00:16:00] and there are. Lots of people in the unit. There's, let's say there's twice as many people in the unit. How do you know that there are that many people? And what kind of system do you have in place that lets, that notifies you of? [00:16:19] That's what's. Got it. So it, it shouldn't get to that place is the actual answer because there's a step in between that. Oh, what is it? So it's not just, we screen people and then they come and we don't know it. It is been implied that, Oh, we know who's coming in and out. And we do that through our, our door camera system. [00:16:40] And if you have any other entrance to the property, like some of our properties are houses, you want some sort of vi video surveillance on any. . Cause what people will do is they'll just go around the back. Right. And you wanna see, so you gotta have video surveillance on all the entrances. Yes. And so part of our pro check in process is when somebody comes, we verify. [00:17:01] Did they show up with the number of guests that were on the reservation? You know, so if it was booked by you know, a lady and her two kids and like five dudes show up with a keg, Right. That might be questioned. Calls for concern, which has happened to us. Yes, I mentioned that specifically because it happened in that, in their case, I think it was a giant bag of weed, but Okay, whatever. [00:17:23] Yeah. Like, you know, you show up with a beer pong table, like now we know your intent. Right. And bef, and now I don't have to wait until midnight Sure. When there's 25 people there, because now I can intervene at the moment of discovery. Right. Because, Because we have someone watching the cameras that verifies their ID and has their reservation. [00:17:50] They know who's supposed to be coming, what that person should look like and has. A And did the number of people check [00:18:00] in that said they were gonna be checking in and does that look like that person on that id? Yeah. And does, does their behavior match what they said they were coming for? Right. Right. So there's there, that's your second line of defense. [00:18:14] It's your check-in process. It's your pro, and you alluded to, Hey, I've got processes that, hey, every day at this time we check this. Or every day there's a check in. We check as they check in, are they good? Right. And part of that's, you know, were they able to get in? Like I wanna know that too. Sure. But part of it is verifying who they are and you know, what are they bringing in and all this other kind of stuff. [00:18:39] Right. So we've actually headed off those. That's probably why we haven't had a bunch of them. Yeah. Because when they show you kind of. When they show up, what's, what's about to go down? Right? And then later on, as you know, maybe even the right number of people check in, but then you, you know, more people show up. [00:18:56] More people show up. Mm-hmm. , Well, that's the time to kill the party before it gets started. Sure. But to your point, point, there's somebody monitoring the cameras. Yes. That's the, So that's actually the next step. The system. Yeah. So the, the, the system is that you, well, first of all, you gotta have cameras. I mean, that's necessary. [00:19:16] Yeah. And, and we go further than that and, And put the whole security system in there. Yeah, for sure. Because another indicator of that might be, well, how many times is the door opening and closing? Yep. We get notified of that as well. Right. If it's opening and closing and opening and closing, then that might be an indication something's going on, which can happen cuz people will come and they'll cover your. [00:19:38] Oh, that's, And now you need a backup. Mm-hmm. , you need backups. Like, okay, well is the door opening and closing a lot? We can see that. Yeah. Or the windows opening, closing, we can see that. Yep. Right. And that's an indication that, well, first of all, they covered the camera and two, now the doors in or windows are opening. [00:19:57] Okay. That's the, that's a sign. Right? Right. [00:20:00] And then this more alludes to what you were talking about, like, how do I know what's going. . Well, we also put inside the units we use a product called Noise Aware. There's another product that they're called Minute that's similar. We like Noise Aware better for various reasons, but what it does is it monitors the noise level inside of the unit, right? [00:20:24] It doesn't monitor. It can't, It can't record what you say. Yeah. That would, You don't wanna do that. That's illegal . Yeah. Right. You don't wanna record inside the unit at all in any capacity. There's nothing inside the unit that records. It. Records, right. But it's recording. Loudness is decibel level. Decibel level is what It's recording, right? [00:20:45] It, It's recording the decibel level inside the unit. Mm-hmm. . So you set it to a certain threshold. And it notifies you if it goes above that threshold. Yeah. And and they even have a sys automated system in there where if it crosses a threshold, it will actually contact your guest on your behalf. Oh, that is so cool. [00:21:03] Yeah, we, we actually use that because we've got staff and we other people to do it, but it does have that feature, what I think, which I think is really cool. That's neat. Noise Aware does. Yeah. Yeah, it does. But it's another alert to say, Hey, there might be a problem. You know, it could be that it could not be a problem. [00:21:22] Right. Maybe they're watching a loud movie or something. Right? Sure. But it, it alerts you to say, Okay, I need to investigate further what's going on here. Right, Right, right, right. And I'll, I'll point out also that it, it can also be in your defense. So say a neighbor says, Hey, this place is always really disruptive and loud, and it's not. [00:21:42] Now you've got the actual evidence to say, Well here's the record of the noise level. Cuz it, it keeps that too, and to say, Well, you know, during this period of time there, it wasn't allowed Right. Or it was Right. It's very objective evidence, either in your favor or not, but it, it, the primary purpose is to alert you if there's a [00:22:00] problem. [00:22:00] Right. So that's yet another line of defense. Sure. So now we've got the, the noise monitoring. Mm-hmm. inside the. We've got the, the doorbell cameras on all the entrances. Mm-hmm. , we've got the security system that will tell you when the door is opening and closing. And even the, if the windows are, are being opened and closed. [00:22:24] Yeah. And if somebody smokes in there, the alarms and if somebody smokes in there. Yep, that's right. Yeah. Yeah. So we can, we can monitor that as well. And what's cool? The security system that we use is Vivid. Mm-hmm. . And what's cool the about Vivid is you can see all of that in one app. Yeah. So it's all one central location for all. [00:22:46] And you can even see the thermostat. Yes. So you can see all sorts of things. You can see if there's movement inside the the property. So you can tell if it's vacant or not. Sure. Right. Just through that system without even having the cameras. So there's multiple backups to multiple backups. Right. That's kind of, you never wanna have. [00:23:04] Single point of failure. Yes. And then, and then there's a third device you can use that it's called Party Stopper. We do not actually use this in our unit. Oh, okay. And we could. Okay. And what it does is it alerts you to how many devices are present. Mm. I've heard of that. Mm-hmm. . Yeah. That was really cool. [00:23:22] So if all of a sudden you see like 30 cell phones in your apartment or something, you know, hey, something's up. So it can see what kind of device. Or how many devices are connected to the network? That's, that's the idea. Yeah. Mm-hmm. , That's really cool. Yeah. And it's called Party Stopper. Mm-hmm. . Ooh, that's cool. [00:23:39] So it's, it's yet another backup to a backup. Right. So it's not that you use one system and not the other. It's like, Hey, use all of these mm-hmm. so that you know if one of them, you know, your internet goes down. Well, Noise Aware doesn't work anymore. Right, Sure. For example. But Viv still does because it has cellular backup, which is why we don't use Ring Doorbell cameras. [00:23:59] [00:24:00] Oh. That is a nugget right there, because there's their single point of failure internet, right? And you cover the camera, you have nothing else, right? So it, it's those systems together that help you prevent and detect, because really you should be the first person to know it shouldn't be. Oh yeah, for sure. [00:24:19] Hey, your neighbor calls you and says, Hey, this thing's going down. Or your landlord calls you and says, Hey, what's going on at Right. 2 46 Main Street. Main Street. Right. Like you should know before they know. Right. And if you're using those systems together and you're monitoring them, well see, I think that is really big monitoring. [00:24:39] Yeah. You have to monitor. Yes. And if it's you right now, . Mm-hmm. , like you don't have a, a customer experience specialist. Then it's you and you should still have a process. Yes, you definitely should still have a process, but you have to follow your own process. Yeah. And that, and it's you at first, and we talked about that a lot. [00:25:03] So do it. Build your system to say, And ours just in the beginning was every day at 1130. change the door, change door codes. But we're also checking all the systems. Yes. Are they all up and running? Yes. Right. Is everything as it should be. Yes. Review the footage from the previous 12 hours or 24 hours or whatever. [00:25:22] Right. Say, was there anything going on that we need to address? And then once check out or that's check out. And then once check in happens, you do the same thing. You're monitoring the same thing. Mm-hmm. like, who's coming? Are they the right people? And then monitor everything else too, to say, Hey, is everything else good? [00:25:38] Sure. Like, look at the thermostat. A well, I was thinking multiple units, but you're right. Yeah. Thermostat and everything else, right? Mm-hmm. like, are the batteries low or mm-hmm. in the front door lock or something like that. Right? Right. So you're, you're monitoring everything, but then that becomes the process that you document. [00:25:56] Yeah. Then when you have someone else doing it, you've already [00:26:00] established, this is how we do it. And this is the importance of it because it prevents these types of things from happening. So a lot what we're talking about is not really how to deal with it so much, it's how to prevent it to deal, begin with. [00:26:12] Mm-hmm. and you know, that screening and then the technology is a big piece of it. Yeah. And the monitoring. Yeah. That's, that's really big too. I think that's so, so now to now to your point. Now, so. So now let's say like despite all of that, despite all of that, now you've detected there is a problem, there is a party going on and this is happen and it can happen quickly. [00:26:37] Oh yeah, for sure. So they can, they can check in, everything looks fine, and then all of a sudden cars start arriving. Yep. And people start getting out. Yep. Six at a time and all of a sudden your noise aware is going off and you see the doors open and closing and you check the cameras and Sure. Driveway in the yard's full of people and you're like, Well, how did, what, what's going on here? [00:27:00] What, what do you do? What do you do? Right? So what's the procedure once that happens? Okay. And I wanna say some of that is procedural, and some of that is, again, relying on the technology that you've pre-planned. to set up. Right. Okay. You're putting me on the spot here cuz it's been a hot minute since I have reviewed this. [00:27:18] So p well that's not true because you had to get rid of somebody. Well, that's true. Not for a party. That's true. It was, it was actually an overstay. She was, she didn't check out on time. So these ki times of procedures are basically like, how do I remove somebody from a unit? Yeah, right. In general. Right. [00:27:32] But in this context, it's like we're using it. Context of the party. So the first thing that we do is we message them through the messaging system and, and say, Hey, we've noticed that there are more guests than stated on the reservation, or something like that. Or yeah, you're right. Our member of our security team has noticed that, has notified us that there's more guests than stating yes than stated on the reservation. [00:27:57] Currently we see X. Yeah. Can you please [00:28:00] advise? Please advise. And then we give them, Five minutes to respond or something like that. Yeah, it's a short period of time. It's very short. It's very short. And if they don't respond within five minutes, I believe we call 'em on the phone. Well, it gets escalated to a text message. [00:28:15] Okay. So we text them. Yeah. And then if they don't text within text back and within five minutes, then we call 'em on the phone. Then it gets escalated to a phone call. Uhhuh . Right. And if there's no response, And you still may not have a response. Right? Sure. Cuz they're having a party. They're busy. Yeah. or the people that rented it might not even be there anymore. [00:28:35] That's exactly right. That that's happened. That's happened. Yeah. Yep. So if that happens, , then we do, we set off the, the alarm. Then what? He doesn't know their own processes. This is hilarious. I don't, I shouldn't have, I was giving you an opportunity. It's been so loud. It's been so long. But you're getting it right. [00:28:57] So, yeah. So you're going to, basically, at that point it comes down to are they on platform or not? And if their own platform for example, like an Airbnb, I'm gonna contact them and oh, we gotta contact them first. And it's not for help, just saying No, no, no. It. Here's what's just about to go down. What I'm just about to do. [00:29:14] Here's, I'm just letting you know what I'm gonna do. Yeah. . Cause they're not gonna do anything. But what I'm not asking permission. I'm telling you Yeah. They're, they're just gonna call 'em too. Sure. Yeah. I mean, and we've already done that thing. So, But, but to, here's something that we need to point out is you need to message them in through the messaging platform. [00:29:39] So, You have documentation that you've done it. Yeah. Because when you call Airbnb, they're gonna say, Have you done that? And you say, Yes. Here's the evidence that I've done that. Right. It's in the messaging center. Yeah. So that's, that's kind of the, you know, it's, it's a nuance of communicating with the platform. [00:29:57] But yes, they wanna see documentation and [00:30:00] evidence objectivity. Sure. And, and, . Okay, I am recording all this on my camera and I have my noise aware data, and I have my other stuff. Yeah, they're gonna wanna see that too. Here's actually what happened, right? Mm-hmm. , But, but to, to the point I'm calling them to inform them of what's happening and, and that I'm about to in this reservation. [00:30:23] Because that, for this reason, because they've broken this house rule. Yeah. And they've got 25 people up in there having a party. And we clearly say no parties in our Yes. House rules. Right, Right. So it it's, I always find that interesting when, cuz people, you're, you tend to think, Hey, I'm gonna call them and they're gonna help me [00:30:41] And they, they might right, they, they might make a phone call but depends, realize they're somebody in a cubicle farther away than you are probably. and they don't have the Airbnb police to send down there. Right, Right, right. So, I mean, they, they, they just can't. So they, they're there to notify and say, Hey, your guest that came through your platform, here's what we're about to do because of this. [00:31:06] Right. And then you execute the next part of the plan, which is ultimately notifying them once again. If this doesn't end in the next 15 minutes and all these people aren't out, and I say 15 minutes specifically, cuz don't let this go on for an hour. Oh no, don't give people two hours to leave. Oh, no. Uhuh. [00:31:29] Or an hour, it's, it's like 20 minutes, 15, 20 minutes max. Then the authorities are gonna come, and then because we have that security system in place, we can remotely set that alarm off just for a minute and then turn it. And letting them know that, hey, the sound you just heard, , if you're not out in 15 minutes will become constant and the authorities will arrive and you will be removed from the property. [00:31:56] And to do that, you're going to want to stage [00:32:00] someone. Yes. This is critical. So it's either you or it's your representative within five minutes of that place. Yes. So that they can now meet the authorities if that becomes necessary at the property. Yes. Because that person that meets them there will need to have certain documentation. [00:32:18] Yeah. And to be able to explain what's going on. So we've had to do this before. So the alarm goes off the, the police officers arrive within seven minutes because it's a verified alarm. So it's not like, Hey, I called the sheriff's department on the phone. No. They got a call from Viv saying, Hey, there's an active alarm at this property. [00:32:40] They come within seven minutes and then, And that's why you wanna be staged close by. Yeah. You better have somebody there. Yeah. And. When the, the police come, you, you, you explain to them that this is a guest in your property. They are no longer welcome to stay. They are now trespassing on your property. [00:32:59] Would they please help you? Right. Remove them. Right. And that, that's the key word. And that's trespassing. Yes. Because realized that the, Here's another thing people get tripped up on, is realize the police only deal in criminal. So have these people violated a law? Cause if you just say, Hey, they're renter's off of Airbnb. [00:33:23] Right. And I don't want 'em here anymore. Oh, their, Their first thought is gonna be landlord. Tenant. Yep. Sorry. We can't do anything. You need to take them to court and get them evicted. Yep. Because we only deal with, That's a civil case. We only deal with criminal. Right, Right. Now, sometimes they will actually help you, like, they'll go in and say, you know, we can't make you leave. [00:33:42] But we highly advise that you do. That's true. But, and, and that can be helpful too. It's, it's more of it feels like you're always educating in this business, but you kind of wanna be there to educate and say, Hey, here's, here's the, here's the thing. They're violating. They're not tenants. They never were tenants.[00:34:00] [00:34:00] Here's our lease. They don't even have a key to the place. They have no lease. There's 25 people here having a party. This is my space. They guests, I've asked them to leave. They won't please help me. And that's gonna be your best chance for getting the authorities to actually assist you in ending this thing. [00:34:22] Now the fact that the police even showed up is going to get people to leave. Oh yeah. For sure. Cause a lot of times they're, they don't want to be involved with that at all. Right, Right, right. Like at all. Right. And this probably isn't the first time they've been to a party and a police showed up. [00:34:37] Right. . So they know you leave when the police show up. Right. And, and that that's the ultimate, But that's the, that's the nuclear option. I mean, once you go there yeah. You, you gotta be prepared for that. And the, and, and then it's a little more serious. And now you've, you, that's, that's your ultimate nuclear option. [00:34:55] So we don't put, pull that button there a lot. No. Right. You usually don't have to get to that point, but it's nice to know that it's there if you need it. Yeah, yeah. Because you've got teeth. Yeah. Because you've got that system in place. And you've got a way to have the authorities, people that they, That's what you really want, people that they fear. [00:35:18] The authorities, the people that are licensed to have the firearms . Yeah. Right. And put you in jail. Right. Right. That, that's who you, that's who you want on your side, not necessarily your local rent. Acop. Right. I've seen people do that, but do they really fear them? Not really. Cuz they know they can't do anything to 'em. [00:35:34] Yeah. Right, right. Well, let's, let's say that you called the cops. The, the, they've been escorted out and now they've trashed the place and damaged something. Okay, let's, let's say they've, let's say they've done some, like somebody's punched a hole in the. Okay. Like it's, it's got it [00:36:00] got that far. Somebody punched a hole in the wall. [00:36:03] Yeah. So it, it depends is the answer. So if there's, if there's a platform like on Airbnb there's air cover, but we all know how great that is. Right? Okay. If you've ever dealt with trying to get something covered, then that's just a pain in the butt. But it's. It's there. That's what it's for to a certain degree. [00:36:22] But we also have on top of that our own insurance. We recommend proper dot insurer. Proper dot insurer. So if there is damage above whatever deductible is for that, ours is like a thousand dollars. But if it goes beyond a thousand dollars, then it becomes an insurance claim of property. Right. And they're going. [00:36:43] start covering the damages in the, and the monetary stuff to fix it. Right. So it depends on how extensive it is. Mm-hmm. . But I will say our main goal is get it back up and running. Yeah. For sure. Right. So our main goal isn't sitter. [00:36:57] Around and dick around with, Ooh, I shouldn't said dick around, but mess around with Airbnb and you know. Yeah. Get those claims processes started. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah. And document everything. Because remember, you have the documentation, you have the noise aware, you have the pictures of what it looked like before, don't you? [00:37:14] Cuz your cleaners do that. Hope so. Yeah. And now you have the pictures of what it looks like now, and you have the communications you've had with the guest. You have the fact that, hey, the police showed. , Right? That's a police report. And you have all these things that now you can package and say, Here, here's what happened. [00:37:32] We'd like this reservation canceled and our calendar opened back up so we can rerent these to someone else. Right? And now our job becomes, okay, call our cleaners and say, Hey, you gotta clean a job tomorrow. That's the main thing. Yep. Get this place up and running. Clean. Or the maintenance or maintenance hate. [00:37:48] You've gotta hold a patch tomorrow on the wall. Yeah. , Hey, we've gotta order a new table and get that over there so we can get, because the idea is like get this thing back up and rented and ready to go again and turned over. Right? That's, [00:38:00] that's the main thing. And then secondary to that is recovering damages either from the guests themselves through the resolution process on Airbnb or through the insurance process on V R B O. [00:38:12] Cause it's a different process over there or through your own insurance or you're planning on doing this if it's, We even take direct bookings. So if we had a direct booking, we charge their credit card that's on file. Yep. And we have an agreement with them that says we're gonna do that. Right. So we, we've done these steps in place to where we have teeth, we have the legality to do it. [00:38:37] And hopefully you shut all this down in a, in a short period of time. , it wasn't really a problem for anybody else. And it could actually make you look good. Yeah, for sure. We had a, a student, a lady that we coach in Chicago mm-hmm. that recently had this happen and in her case it wasn't a party though, it was a Lady of the night. [00:39:01] Oh, that's, that's right. That had set up shop in a lady of the night, set up shop, and from beginning to end, I think it took her. , Well, from, for, for her, her first suspicions that something might be going on to realizing that it was going on to getting this lady out was, I think she said like four hours. [00:39:23] Mm-hmm. or something. Which is a long time actually. Yeah. But it's, it was only four hours of it. Right. You know, it wasn't overnight. And she found out the next day because somebody complained, but her, her, the, she's doing the rental arbitrage model and her landlord said, Hey, great job. Well, he just gave her another unit. [00:39:41] Yeah. Just gave her another unit because she proved that yes, she could handle herself. She could handle it. Mm-hmm. . address any problems. Not that problems aren't going to happen, that, but that she has the systems and processes and wherewithal to address them. Yeah. [00:40:00] And handle them in a systematic manner. [00:40:02] Yeah. And I say systematic because that becomes more and more important as you scale. Boy, not the truth, right? Cuz now you've got 15, 20 of these things and what are your procedures and what are your people going to do? So it's not a, oh my God, they're having a party. What do we. , it's, it's, here's our, here's our escalation process, here's our procedures. [00:40:23] We very calmly know what we're going to do and hope we don't have to get to the end of it. And normally you don't, normally you never get to the place where the cops actually come. That's true. But if they do, you can get there. Yeah. Right. And knowing that you can get there makes the rest of this very calm. [00:40:40] Cuz it's like a, if you don't, this is what's gonna happen. Yep. Right. So I that. The process, the procedure, that's how you prevent it. Recovering from it is get the unit back up immediately file any claims with whoever you're gonna file them with and move on with your day. Right. And get more units. [00:41:00] Yep. Get more units and, and know that Okay. To the next I've done the one out of 200 people that do that. Right, right. In fact, I think we've, we've had to remove people well, that way. Twice ever. I wanna say that's true. Out of hundreds of reservations. I can't think of, I can't think of any other, but, But a big piece of that is because of the screening. [00:41:25] Yeah, yeah. Because the screening, so that it never gets there. So we're always like prevention first, screening first checking when people check in, having your devices in place, having your escalation method for communication, and then ultimately having your process for. And you put all those things together and all of a sudden you don't really, Parties are an annoyance. [00:41:48] It's really an annoyance. Yeah. Anymore than it is a Hey, am I scared of it? Right. You know, it becomes a. instead of, I hope they don't. It's a They better not. Yeah. . [00:42:00] I wish somebody would. Right, right. I wish somebody would have a party. Who is that? That was Cedric the entertainment. Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. I remember that. [00:42:08] Yeah. I don't wish, I don't wish, I don't know. It's, I don't hope I don't. I wish. I hope they don't do that. It's like I wish they would. That's right. Right. . I wish somebody would, I hope nobody has a party in my unit, , which somebody, I wish somebody would have a party in my unit. Right, right, right. That's funny. [00:42:29] Yeah, so that's it. That I think that's. Let's, Well, did you have anything to add to that? I think we covered it pretty much. I don't think anything else cuz it was, That's really great. So we hope that you found some value cuz we dropped some major nuggets in this podcast. So be sure to like and subscribe because we have. [00:42:48] So many nuggets to drop in future episodes. So come back and see us again and we will drop some really great nuggets in the next couple of episodes. Oh, we've got some really great ones coming up cuz we have guest speakers coming to, Ooh, guest speaker, guests coming to talk to us. So I like it. [00:43:08] Thanks for joining us and we will see you next time. Onto the next, onto the next. Nicely done. [00:43:16]

Midnight Slumber
E60 - Monster Party

Midnight Slumber

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 9:29


In this story, our adventurer has his party crashed by some strange monsters. Welcome to Midnight Slumber! We have a fun short story for you. Sit back, relax, enjoy this short story, and thanks for listening! Written and Narrated by Zack Miller. Follow us on Twitter @The_MNS_Podcast, Instagram @midnight_slumber_podcast, our YouTube Channel - Midnight Slumber, and on Facebook – Midnight Slumber.

Learn English Through Listening
Impress Your Listeners With Vivid Vocabulary Ep 584

Learn English Through Listening

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 12:31


Fascinate your listeners! Make the way you speak more interesting today! Let's work on making the English language you use more interesting today! It is fine to use simple words and phrases when learning a new language. But as you progress in your language use, it's more interesting, for you and any listener, to use more expressive words when speaking. The lesson today has lots of examples of how you can level up your language, and a quiz to help you test your understanding. ✔Lesson transcript: https://adeptenglish.com/lessons/english-phrases-for-interested-listeners/ Variety in your vocabulary is useful in two ways. First, when speaking with native speakers, they will appreciate your creativity! Secondly, being able to use a variety of vocabulary helps you better understand native speakers as well. What do I mean by using interesting vocabulary? Well, for example, if you're talking about a fast car, you might say that it drives quickly, or that it goes fast. Not only is your story worth telling, but it can be told in words so painstakingly eloquent that it becomes a song. ⭐ Gloria Naylor Of course, there are many other ways to describe speed. For example, one could say that the car moves "at a rapid pace" or "flies down the highway". Help us make more content with a donation

The John Batchelor Show
1/4: The Monster's Bones: The Discovery of T. Rex and How It Shook Our World Hardcover by David K. Randall (Author)

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 8:16


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 1/4: The Monster's Bones: The Discovery of T. Rex and How It Shook Our World Hardcover by  David K. Randall  (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Monsters-Bones-Discovery-Shook-World/dp/1324006536 In the dust of the Gilded Age Bone Wars, two vastly different men emerge with a mission to fill the empty halls of New York's struggling American Museum of Natural History: Henry Fairfield Osborn, a privileged socialite whose reputation rests on the museum's success, and intrepid Kansas-born fossil hunter Barnum Brown. When Brown unearths the first Tyrannosaurus Rex fossils in the Montana wilderness, forever changing the world of paleontology, Osborn sees a path to save his museum from irrelevancy. With four-foot-long jaws capable of crushing the bones of its prey and hips that powered the animal to run at speeds of 25 miles per hour, the T. Rex suggests a prehistoric ecosystem more complex than anyone imagined. As the public turns out in droves to cower before this bone-chilling giant of the past and wonder at the mysteries of its disappearance, Brown and Osborn together turn dinosaurs from a biological oddity into a beloved part of culture. Vivid and engaging, The Monster's Bones journeys from prehistory to present day, from remote Patagonia to the unforgiving badlands of the American West to the penthouses of Manhattan. With a wide-ranging cast of robber barons, eugenicists, and opportunistic cowboys, New York Times best-selling author David K. Randall reveals how a monster of a bygone era ignited a new understanding of our planet and our place within it.

The John Batchelor Show
2/4: The Monster's Bones: The Discovery of T. Rex and How It Shook Our World Hardcover by David K. Randall (Author)

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 10:34


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 2/4: The Monster's Bones: The Discovery of T. Rex and How It Shook Our World Hardcover by  David K. Randall  (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Monsters-Bones-Discovery-Shook-World/dp/1324006536 In the dust of the Gilded Age Bone Wars, two vastly different men emerge with a mission to fill the empty halls of New York's struggling American Museum of Natural History: Henry Fairfield Osborn, a privileged socialite whose reputation rests on the museum's success, and intrepid Kansas-born fossil hunter Barnum Brown. When Brown unearths the first Tyrannosaurus Rex fossils in the Montana wilderness, forever changing the world of paleontology, Osborn sees a path to save his museum from irrelevancy. With four-foot-long jaws capable of crushing the bones of its prey and hips that powered the animal to run at speeds of 25 miles per hour, the T. Rex suggests a prehistoric ecosystem more complex than anyone imagined. As the public turns out in droves to cower before this bone-chilling giant of the past and wonder at the mysteries of its disappearance, Brown and Osborn together turn dinosaurs from a biological oddity into a beloved part of culture. Vivid and engaging, The Monster's Bones journeys from prehistory to present day, from remote Patagonia to the unforgiving badlands of the American West to the penthouses of Manhattan. With a wide-ranging cast of robber barons, eugenicists, and opportunistic cowboys, New York Times best-selling author David K. Randall reveals how a monster of a bygone era ignited a new understanding of our planet and our place within it.

The John Batchelor Show
3/4: The Monster's Bones: The Discovery of T. Rex and How It Shook Our World Hardcover by David K. Randall (Author)

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 10:17


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 3/4: The Monster's Bones: The Discovery of T. Rex and How It Shook Our World Hardcover by  David K. Randall  (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Monsters-Bones-Discovery-Shook-World/dp/1324006536 In the dust of the Gilded Age Bone Wars, two vastly different men emerge with a mission to fill the empty halls of New York's struggling American Museum of Natural History: Henry Fairfield Osborn, a privileged socialite whose reputation rests on the museum's success, and intrepid Kansas-born fossil hunter Barnum Brown. When Brown unearths the first Tyrannosaurus Rex fossils in the Montana wilderness, forever changing the world of paleontology, Osborn sees a path to save his museum from irrelevancy. With four-foot-long jaws capable of crushing the bones of its prey and hips that powered the animal to run at speeds of 25 miles per hour, the T. Rex suggests a prehistoric ecosystem more complex than anyone imagined. As the public turns out in droves to cower before this bone-chilling giant of the past and wonder at the mysteries of its disappearance, Brown and Osborn together turn dinosaurs from a biological oddity into a beloved part of culture. Vivid and engaging, The Monster's Bones journeys from prehistory to present day, from remote Patagonia to the unforgiving badlands of the American West to the penthouses of Manhattan. With a wide-ranging cast of robber barons, eugenicists, and opportunistic cowboys, New York Times best-selling author David K. Randall reveals how a monster of a bygone era ignited a new understanding of our planet and our place within it.

The John Batchelor Show
4/4: The Monster's Bones: The Discovery of T. Rex and How It Shook Our World Hardcover by David K. Randall (Author)

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 10:23


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 4/4: The Monster's Bones: The Discovery of T. Rex and How It Shook Our World Hardcover by  David K. Randall  (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Monsters-Bones-Discovery-Shook-World/dp/1324006536 In the dust of the Gilded Age Bone Wars, two vastly different men emerge with a mission to fill the empty halls of New York's struggling American Museum of Natural History: Henry Fairfield Osborn, a privileged socialite whose reputation rests on the museum's success, and intrepid Kansas-born fossil hunter Barnum Brown. When Brown unearths the first Tyrannosaurus Rex fossils in the Montana wilderness, forever changing the world of paleontology, Osborn sees a path to save his museum from irrelevancy. With four-foot-long jaws capable of crushing the bones of its prey and hips that powered the animal to run at speeds of 25 miles per hour, the T. Rex suggests a prehistoric ecosystem more complex than anyone imagined. As the public turns out in droves to cower before this bone-chilling giant of the past and wonder at the mysteries of its disappearance, Brown and Osborn together turn dinosaurs from a biological oddity into a beloved part of culture. Vivid and engaging, The Monster's Bones journeys from prehistory to present day, from remote Patagonia to the unforgiving badlands of the American West to the penthouses of Manhattan. With a wide-ranging cast of robber barons, eugenicists, and opportunistic cowboys, New York Times best-selling author David K. Randall reveals how a monster of a bygone era ignited a new understanding of our planet and our place within it.

The Transitions Project
Ep 38: The Three Trimesters w/ Jordan Divecha

The Transitions Project

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 84:49


Jordan is a multi-passionate and creative individual, and she is also pregnant! We chat about Jordan's experience with pregnancy and how each trimester felt uniquely important in the process of shifting into the identity of “mother.” Jordan opens up about navigating her ambition and giving herself grace. We also discuss pregnancy as a metaphor for the creative process!   Jordan is a tech founder, venture advisor, and multi passionate creator with a platform, Everyday Innovation, made to connect creator-entrepreneurs that value high- signal venture and self-development resources, connection, and strategy (mixed in with a little fun). She loves to create and curate knowledge that bridges across industries and areas of life and brings her years of experience as an entrepreneur, techie creative strategist, and startup community educator into both her public and client work. Jordan is also a new product and biz design nerd, cognitive sciences junkie, baby girl and bulldog mama, foodie, and lifelong musician. Connect with Jordan: EverydayInnovation.io IG: @jordandivecha linkedin.com/in/jordandivecha Patricia's program, Your Next Chapter, started on September 21st. The waitlist for the next cohort is now open. View https://www.patriciacosulich.com/coaching for more information. Click here to book your free Explore Call with Patricia.   Share this episode and tag us! @patricia.cosulich & @the_transitions_project (00:00:00) — The Transitions Project Intro (00:00:50) — Jordan Divecha Introduction (00:03:25) — What song makes Jordan want to dance? (00:05:30) — If Jordan's friends described her as a food… (00:06:40) — The transitions Jordan flowed through during pregnancy (00:17:40) — Jordan dealing with her ambition during the 9-month journey (00:21:00) — The unpredictability of chronic illness, pregnancy & daily life (00:26:00) — Cultivating healthy boundaries with yourself & others (00:32:30) — The responsibility & selflessness of being a mother (00:33:30) — The different stages of change in the body (00:38:00) — Vivid dreaming & how the brain changes (00:42:40) — How was Jordan able to give herself grace? (00:45:20) — The “mom” identity & what surrounds it (00:46:30) — Creative pursuits & ambition during pregnancy (00:48:50) — The importance of staying engaged with the community (00:54:00) — Jordan's ventures as a software developer (00:58:00) — Evaluating alignment in an honest way (01:00:00) — Avoiding overthinking & staying in the moment (01:04:45) — Words of wisdom for past selves during different trimesters (01:09:30) — The profound confidence that pregnancy affords you (01:14:30) — Where does Jordan see herself in her next chapter? (01:17:55) — What might Jordan's current self say to her future self? (01:20:50) — Closing statements + social medias (01:23:10) — Your Next Chapter Promo (01:24:10) — The Transitions Project Outro Music Credits: "Almost Bliss" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

The Nonlinear Library
EA - Announcing VIVID: A new EA organization aspiring to scale effective self-improvement & reflection by GidiKadosh

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 8:08


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Announcing VIVID: A new EA organization aspiring to scale effective self-improvement & reflection, published by GidiKadosh on October 19, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. Summary We're excited to announce VIVID - a new organization aspiring to scale effective self-improvement & reflection. With an investment of $1.75M from the Future Fund regranting program, we're building an app that helps individuals find the most effective ways to remove internal obstacles. Over the course of the next two years, VIVID will focus mainly on EAs. Our new app is available here. The app is soon coming out of beta phase, so we're looking for feedback, positive and negative! You can send feedback easily by taking a screenshot anywhere on the app. Overview There is an inherent problem with self-change advice. On the one hand, it has to be generic because it must be applicable to a wide range of subjects and individuals. On the other hand, individuals can't really apply the generic advice as it is - they need to complete the last mile of customization in order to apply it.This is the point of failure of many good theories and best practices that are found in self-help books, academic articles, and even advice from therapists - they are often lost in adaptation. There are two possible solutions to this problem. The first is to make customization easier. The second is to assume that we don't need to create all of the possible customized self-change plans that could ever exist, but rather just find the most effective ones for common problems. For instance, find the five most effective plans for the specific context of impostor syndrome within the specific context of EA. How can we find them? And do so for thousands of other common use cases? This is why we started VIVID. The VIVID app helps individuals find the most effective ways to remove internal obstacles, by allowing extensive customization and self-testing, and by empowering wellbeing professionals to assist in this process.With VIVID, individuals continuously self-improve by working on multiple plans - each plan addressing a mindset that underlies an internal obstacle. One of VIVID's cofounders is Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar - a leading expert in positive psychology, who taught two of Harvard's most popular courses of all time. Ben-Shahar is the author of several worldwide best-selling books, and his upcoming book discusses the methodology of VIVID. Theory of change Our theory of change is divided into two main parts: Short-term: Assist promising individuals in overcoming internal obstacles. This means faster progress on the world's most pressing problems when used by high-impact individuals like EAs. VIVID is meant to grow better at this point over time - the main idea behind its design is that it learns over time which self-change methods are most effective for each category (e.g. self-esteem, guilt, friendship, etc.), and for which user profiles. Long-term: The a priori chances of projects such as this becoming widespread are low (but we're optimistic!). However, the upsides are stellar. We could: Broadly promote the value of self-reflection. We believe that this point is of high importance, particularly in terms of mitigating risks associated with value lock-in (this idea is explained in WWOTF, ch. 3, and we will share a more thorough write-up about this soon). Accelerate progress in the wellbeing field and align it with large-scale evidence. In other words, we may discover scalable methods to improve wellbeing and individual potential in dozens of common use cases, relevant both to high-income and low-income countries. There are very few interventions that aim to improve wellbeing at scale, which is generally important - but depending on your assumptions regarding the current baseline of wellbeing, it might be even more important. Fig...

AudioVerse Presentations (English)
Scott Burgess: How to Have VIVID Worship Time

AudioVerse Presentations (English)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 32:08


Muiz Bukhary
The Prophet Muhammed Described in Vivid Detail

Muiz Bukhary

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 31:24


Midnight Slumber
E59 - Killer Movie Night

Midnight Slumber

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 7:25


In this story, our adventurer tries to solve a case of mass murder. Welcome to Midnight Slumber! We have a fun short story for you. Sit back, relax, enjoy this short story, and thanks for listening! Written and Narrated by Zack Miller. Follow us on Twitter @The_MNS_Podcast, Instagram @midnight_slumber_podcast, our YouTube Channel - Midnight Slumber, and on Facebook – Midnight Slumber.

UBC News World
Buy Round Cut Vivid Color Diamonds For Bespoke Studs At Plano Online Auction

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 2:41


If you're considering a bespoke jewelry piece, the wholesale diamond auctions from Bid Global International Auctioneers offer some of the best prices you will find anywhere. Go to https://live.bidglobal.com (https://live.bidglobal.com) for more information.

The Photo Detective
Photo Reminiscence Therapy and Family Photos with Rick Voight of Vivid-Pix

The Photo Detective

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 19:57


This week Maureen Taylor, The Photo Detective, is joined by Rick Voight, CEO and Co-founder of Vivid-Pix. Maureen and Rick discuss how he and Vivid-Pix are working with Photo Reminiscence Therapy in order to help individuals with cognitive decline, or memory issues. This process is a way of helping individuals reconnect with their past, with the latest technology from Vivid-Pix.Related Episodes:Episode 126: Passed and Present–Keeping Memories of Loved Ones Alive with Allison GilbertEpisode 37: What's New with Vivid-Pix RestoreLinks:Sign up for my newsletter.Watch my YouTube Channel.Like the Photo Detective Facebook Page so you get notified of my Facebook Live videos.Need help organizing your photos? Check out the Essential Photo Organizing Video Course.Need help identifying family photos? Check out the Identifying Family Photographs Online Course.Have a photo you need help identifying? Sign up for photo consultation.About My Guest:With a few decades of doer and executive experience with Kodak and HP, Rick Voight and Randy Fredlund co-founded Vivid-Pix.  Vivid-Pix designs, creates, and delivers fast, easy, and affordable photo and document improvement software. Since launching in 2012, Vivid-Pix has advanced its product to earn the support of family historians, genealogists, photographers, and business leaders in over 100 countries.About Maureen Taylor:Maureen is a frequent keynote speaker on photo identification, photograph preservation, and family history at historical and genealogical societies, museums, conferences, libraries, and other organizations across the U.S., London, and Canada.  She's the author of several books and hundreds of articles and her television appearances include The View and The Today Show (where she researched and presented a complete family tree for host Meredith Vieira).  She's been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Better Homes and Gardens, The Boston Globe, Martha Stewart Living, Germany's top newspaper Der Spiegel, American Spirit, and The New York Times.  Learn more at Maureentaylor.comDid you enjoy this episode? Please leave a review on Apple PodcastsI wanted to remind you all that I run one-on-one Photo Consultations, that help identify photo clues that you may have missed, in order to help you better understand your family history. Not many people realize that the saying is true - and that a photo can tell a million stories. All sessions are recorded, and there's a discount for bulk image sessions. Find out more on my website at https://maureentaylor.com. Support the show

New Books in Psychology
Henry Markman, "Creative Engagement in Psychoanalytic Practice" (Routledge, 2021)

New Books in Psychology

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 56:10


Creative Engagement in Psychoanalytic Practice (Routledge, 2021) fills the gaps in current clinical training and theory by highlighting the importance of the analyst's unique voice, creativity, and embodied awareness in authentically being with and relating to patients. In this original and personal account, Henry Markman provides an integrated approach toward analytic work that focuses on engaged embodied dialogue between analyst and patient, where emotional states are shared in an open circuit of communication as the route to self-discovery and growth. The involvement of the analyst's singular and spontaneous self is crucial. In integrated and illuminating chapters, Markman emphasizes the therapeutic importance of the analyst's embodied presence and openness, improvisational accompaniment, and love within the analytic framework. Vivid clinical vignettes illustrate the emotional work of the analyst that is necessary to be openly engaged in a mutual yet asymmetric relationship. From over 30 years of clinical practice and teaching, Markman has synthesized a variety of contemporary theories in an approachable and alive way. This book will appeal to psychoanalytically oriented clinicians, ranging from those beginning training to the most seasoned practitioners. Roy Barsness is a Clinical Psychoanalytic Psychologist, Founder and Executive Director of the Post-Graduate Program in Relationally-Focused Psychodynamic Therapy; Professor at the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology and have been in clinical practice for 30+ years. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/psychology

New Books Network
Henry Markman, "Creative Engagement in Psychoanalytic Practice" (Routledge, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 56:10


Creative Engagement in Psychoanalytic Practice (Routledge, 2021) fills the gaps in current clinical training and theory by highlighting the importance of the analyst's unique voice, creativity, and embodied awareness in authentically being with and relating to patients. In this original and personal account, Henry Markman provides an integrated approach toward analytic work that focuses on engaged embodied dialogue between analyst and patient, where emotional states are shared in an open circuit of communication as the route to self-discovery and growth. The involvement of the analyst's singular and spontaneous self is crucial. In integrated and illuminating chapters, Markman emphasizes the therapeutic importance of the analyst's embodied presence and openness, improvisational accompaniment, and love within the analytic framework. Vivid clinical vignettes illustrate the emotional work of the analyst that is necessary to be openly engaged in a mutual yet asymmetric relationship. From over 30 years of clinical practice and teaching, Markman has synthesized a variety of contemporary theories in an approachable and alive way. This book will appeal to psychoanalytically oriented clinicians, ranging from those beginning training to the most seasoned practitioners. Roy Barsness is a Clinical Psychoanalytic Psychologist, Founder and Executive Director of the Post-Graduate Program in Relationally-Focused Psychodynamic Therapy; Professor at the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology and have been in clinical practice for 30+ years. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Psychoanalysis
Henry Markman, "Creative Engagement in Psychoanalytic Practice" (Routledge, 2021)

New Books in Psychoanalysis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 56:10


Creative Engagement in Psychoanalytic Practice (Routledge, 2021) fills the gaps in current clinical training and theory by highlighting the importance of the analyst's unique voice, creativity, and embodied awareness in authentically being with and relating to patients. In this original and personal account, Henry Markman provides an integrated approach toward analytic work that focuses on engaged embodied dialogue between analyst and patient, where emotional states are shared in an open circuit of communication as the route to self-discovery and growth. The involvement of the analyst's singular and spontaneous self is crucial. In integrated and illuminating chapters, Markman emphasizes the therapeutic importance of the analyst's embodied presence and openness, improvisational accompaniment, and love within the analytic framework. Vivid clinical vignettes illustrate the emotional work of the analyst that is necessary to be openly engaged in a mutual yet asymmetric relationship. From over 30 years of clinical practice and teaching, Markman has synthesized a variety of contemporary theories in an approachable and alive way. This book will appeal to psychoanalytically oriented clinicians, ranging from those beginning training to the most seasoned practitioners. Roy Barsness is a Clinical Psychoanalytic Psychologist, Founder and Executive Director of the Post-Graduate Program in Relationally-Focused Psychodynamic Therapy; Professor at the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology and have been in clinical practice for 30+ years. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/psychoanalysis

The Yacht Club Show
Yacht Club Show: A Conversation with Benjamin Cunningham, Autor of The Liar

The Yacht Club Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 53:02


The Yacht Club Show proudly presents a conversation with Benjamin Cunningham, Author of The Liar: How a Double Agent in the CIA Became the Cold War’s Last Honest Man From Kirkus review: “Vivid, sprawling…engrossing, well-written tale from the waning days of Cold War Espionage”

Vividly Speaking with Dr. Vivid

On this episode of Vividly Speaking, Dr. Vivid dives into the complexities of grief by exploring different types of grief and loss. Self-correction and self-checks are also discussed. Shout out to Durrand Bernarr for being a dope ass artist. A Speak Easy Evening at the National Museum of African American History and Culture: https://www.etix.com/ticket/p/7509807/a-speakeasy-eveningwelcome-homenmaahc-washington-national-museum-of-african-american-history-culture-public-programs

My Alien Life
The Purpose Of Dreams Out In My Alien Childhood Playground - Tonight It's Only Me - This is My Alien Life!

My Alien Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 65:02


Tonight, it's just me.  I return to the place where it all started.  My mind wanders to the country just behind my childhood home.  Vivid dreams of futuristic beings from the past come haunting.  My summer place has been taken over by visions of creatures being exhumed and taken away by unexplained faceless entities. Join me as I struggle to put my mind in words and explain just one of the incredible experiences that have shaped My Alien Life….. MY ALIEN LIFE is a podcast for those who have a story to tell and I really wish I could get to all of your stories. I promise to do my best.. I want to take a minute and talk about Patreon. What is Patreon? Think of it as an online tip jar. Patreon is a website that gives everyone in the world an opportunity to become a patron and support the artists they believe in. The great thing about Patreon is, you get to decide how much you feel comfortable contributing to each podcast. As you know, some weeks I get a burst of energy and I want to produce lots of new content… It's expensive to make a podcast. There's electronic gear, web domain fees, web hosting fees, tee-shirts, postage stamps, tin foil hats, alien assault spray and much much more.....And remember, things break. No matter what you decide, please always listen to the podcast. That's what I really want. We're a team, and your support is what keeps me going… Thank you for being amazing, and keep listening to My Alien Life the Podcast!! Patreon Page - https://patreon.com/myalienlife PLEASE - FOLLOW, LIKE, FAVORITE, SUBSCRIBE wherever you listen to podcasts. If this is important to you, you are important to me and it is so easy to CLICK This is your show! The website www.myalienlifepodcast.com Find me on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/profile.php? My Alien Life Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/69484 Follow me on Instagram @the_cameron_b_logan My alien life is written and produced for broadcast at Studio 254 in the Northern Rocky Mountains..    This episode contains stolen music and music produced and created by ELEON. ELEON is changing the face of New Age with what can only be describes as "Epic Chill" on Heart Dance Record's first Electronic release. You can find all ELEON's work online at HEART DANCE records, Facebook...  

Murder & Mediumship
Do You Have Vivid Dreams?

Murder & Mediumship

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 21:19


Did you know that vivid dreams can be indicative of strong intuition? Listen in and see if this sounds like you! I bet it just might.Join Us on Patreon!!!Book a Private Reading (use code CONJURING for 10% off)Click to get to all things Social MediaSign Up for Intuitive Development 101

Sound Opinions
Buried Treasures!

Sound Opinions

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 46:44 Very Popular


As often as possible, hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot love to share new, exciting, under-the-radar music. This week, they've got a brand new batch of buried treasures. They'll also hear some selections from the production staff and play messages from listeners. Join our Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3sivr9TBecome a member on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3slWZvcSign up for our newsletter: https://bit.ly/3eEvRnGMake a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/3dmt9lUSend us a Voice Memo: Desktop: bit.ly/2RyD5Ah  Mobile: sayhi.chat/soundops Featured Songs:Cari Cari, "Last Days On Earth," Welcome To Kookoo Island, perla nera, 2022Say She She, "Pink Roses," Prism, Karma Chief, 2022Ibibio Sound Machine, "Protection From Evil," Electricity, Merge, 2022Timothy Bailey & the Humans, "Great Man Singing," Timothy Bailey & the Humans, N/A, 2022Off Peak Arson, "Vivid," Vivid (Single), 3131749 Records DK, 2022Lev UFO, "Again!," Again! (Single), LevUFOrever Galactic, 2022Brittany Davis, "I Choose to Live," I Choose to Live (EP), Loosegroove, 2022Shannon & The Clams, "Year Of The Spider," Year Of The Spider, Easy Eye, 2021Lifeguard, "I know I know," I know I know (Single), Born Yesterday, 2022Polyphia, "Playing God," Playing God (Single), Rise, 2022CMAT, "I Wanna Be a Cowboy, Baby!," If My Wife New I'd Be Dead, AWAL, 2022Jake Blount, "Didn't It Rain," The New Faith, Smithsonian Folkways, 2022Korean Boyfriend, "Millions of Reasons," Yellow, Flowers, 2022Big Joanie, "In My Arms," Back Home, Kill Rock Stars, 2022Oneida, "Beat Me to the Punch," Success, Joyful Noise, 2022Pale Blue Eyes, "Star Vehicle," Souvenirs, Full Time Hobby, 2022Idles, "Danny Nedelko," Joy as an Act of Resistance, Partisan, 2018Jimmie Anderson, "Hero," Hero (Single), Jimmie Anderson, 2018MUNA, "Silk Chiffon (feat. Phoebe Bridgers)," Muna, Saddest Factory and Dead Oceans, 2022Pedro the Lion, "First Drum Set (Live on Sound Opinions)," Havasu, Polyvinyl, 2022Kurt Vile, "Like Exploding Stones," (watch my moves), Verve, 2022

POWER 109 RADIO
IBIE CANNABIS CENTRAL PODCAST- JUSTIN THE VIVID TEAM

POWER 109 RADIO

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 4:22


Midnight Slumber
E58 - A Mimic God

Midnight Slumber

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 9:01


Welcome to Midnight Slumber! We have a fun short story for you. In this story, our adventurer meets a unique set of Gods. Sit back, relax, enjoy this short story, and thanks for listening! Written and Narrated by Zack Miller. Follow us on Twitter @The_MNS_Podcast, Instagram @midnight_slumber_podcast, our YouTube Channel - Midnight Slumber, and on Facebook – Midnight Slumber.

Get Judged!
Episode #97 - Odds & Bottoms Ends

Get Judged!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 51:22


The Boys talk Westside barbell, Jakey slept in, Misssssnotify, DM notes from, Fantasy football day, Go to sleep with itchy bum...wake uo with smelly  finger, Auto draft, Kettle groin, Icicle smash, Yahoo scouting, Sushi smells, 9 mins on recording bleep, Shakey on the road, Microdosing shakey, 13 is shakeys lucky #, Neurotransmitters, Hearing it all, Vivid dreams, Mushrooms store, Queen death, Aristocracy, Inbreeding walkout, Colonization straightening, Canada isn't real, Shakey's people, Arguing about birth  hatching drops, Joan Jett squats typed keg, Walmart births, WallMetis, Pizza night, Stella, Simple pizza, Burger Chinese food, Shakey weed break from the boys, Selective rose colored glasses, Almond milk creme, Why does shakey shit, Ufc 279 weight classes, Boxing 2.5 pds, Diaz by death, Dbl shoot off the shake, Great shape fighters, Wolf tickets, Old guys fighting, 2 guys one town, Russian group fights, Khamzet for real?????, Jake Paul vs Silva...Silva take the fall???, Logan Paul wrestling, Wrestling is deep, Marketing, ..helping shakey, 10% try...90%, hope...masturbate, Canelo GGG, Dela whoaaaaaaa, MMA declining..., Celebrity boxing, Aldana liver kick, Spine breaker Tyson, Teddy Atlas gangsters, McNeely broken, Love tree....IYKYK, Sageeay?????, Vegas runaway yasss, Oddsand ends kibble and bits, Ginfluenced, Chunkymonkeys, Is this over have we done this?????  Intermittent fasting, Laser therapy, Gains, Placenta  rock fuckerWould you Rather, Eat your own placenta that's been saved...eveytime you eat lunch.....Or ....Pull out your hair by hand...in order to have sex with your celebrity crush,Confused yet?If you like to  judge us just by listening - you should really go over to the Tick Tock and watch us make a fool of our selves. @getjudgedpodcast on all platforms. Dust off those gavels and get judging.  Comment, subscribe, DM, wave, poke, like, send nudes - whatever you want to do - just do something you lazy POS

Lonestar Collective
VIDEO Episode 55: Priscilla Mora of Vivid Chica

Lonestar Collective

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 47:41


Priscilla Mora aka VIVID CHICA joins the latest episode of Lonestar Collective Podcast as a guest. Priscilla operates VIVID CHICA which is a hand made jewelry and grinder company using recycled jewelry as art. Mora is also a patient in the TCUP (Texas Compassionate Use Program) and talks about the conditions that put her in the program along with how Texas is lacking compared to other states like Colorado. Lot's of laughs in this episode and we hope we can get the law moved forward to help patients like Priscilla get the treatment she deserves as a human. For more information about her visit VIVIDCHICA.COM Find us on social media Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/txcancollective Twitter: https://twitter.com/txcannaco Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/txcannabiscollective/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TexasCannabisCollective

Joel's Army (Remnant Revival Training / Dave Roberson)
m2239-03/ GS220925A - Sep. 25, 2022 | The Vivid Imagination - Gary Carpenter

Joel's Army (Remnant Revival Training / Dave Roberson)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 64:40


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Human Values
Streaking, Recycling Hell, & Hyperthymesia with Jay Shapiro

Human Values

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 56:21 Transcription Available


Award winning filmmaker, writer, and co-host of the podcast, The Dilemma Podcast, Jay Shapiro, joins Lindsay and Aron to consider:What's your price to  go streaking at Yankee Stadium? You must do this twice in one season to be paid in full.What's your to magically develop Hyperthymesia? You will forever remember most life events in VIVID detail.What's your price to log and itemize a mound of trash containing every plastic item you've ever thrown away but not recycled?—Follow Jay Shapiro:Podcast: The Dilemma PodcastInstagram: @DilemmaPodcast—We want to know YOUR prices! Fill out our audience poll and sign up for newsletter updates at humanvaluespodcast.com

Conversations with Going Deeper
Going Deeper - Conversations #217

Conversations with Going Deeper

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 58:07


1. Going Deeper & Ocean Dive - Let Me Down Slowly 2. Autograf feat. Tiina - High On That New Love 3. VIVID & Nazzereene - Secrets 4. D.O.D & Raphaella - Like You Do 5. Tom Westy & NGTY - All I Do 6. Salvatore Ganacci feat. Buy Now - Let You Do This 7. ILVS, Kastelo, ILY - Spell On You 8. Lee Leprechaun - Runnin It 9. Jack Wins X SHELLS - Heartbreak (DØBER Remix) 10. Aazar & Keeld - Hermanos 11. Bleu Clair & OOTORO ft. Chyra - Killer Bee 12. CHARMES & AWIIN - AVENUE 13. Tom Enzy x Wilhemina - London Bridge 14. Twin Scream - Hypnotized 15. Truth x Lies & Zookëper - NUMB (feat. SODIUM) 16. Moobek x Jason Dewey x DJ Bidhan Lama - Never Knew You 17. Perfetto - Night Calls Me (Going Deeper Remix) 18. longstoryshort, Arya - Back 2 Back 19. Lucas & Steve x 4 Strings - If It Ain't Love (feat. Lagique) 20. Rosa Cesareo - Pretty Eyes (Going Deeper Remix)

The Reality Revolution Podcast
The Voice Of Venus By Ernest L Norman (Unabridged Audiobook)

The Reality Revolution Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 307:09


Reading this book was an amazing revelation. Vivid descriptions of beautiful celestial cities, teaching centers, healing wards, etc., which exist on our nearby planet Venus according to the author I found this book resonates with the law of one and our recent reading of the book Life In The Unseen World By Anthony Borgia This is a book that changes lives. Dictated by the Ascended Masters of the Seven Shamballas, The Voice of Venus sweeps the reader off to the higher worlds where Luminaries of Earth's past continue their efforts to enlighten humanity after so-called "death." In the higher dimensions of Venus, that means the Lighted Ones stay busy:    Rehabilitating suicide victims prior to their reincarnation    Conducting classes for truth seekers who visit in dream states while their bodies sleep on Earth    Preparing souls for ascension into more advanced worlds    Maintaining their sparkling Venusian bodies, homes, and temples by using their Minds to shape the raw energy of the Infinite Creative Intelligence into useful form Clairvoyantly and clairaudiently received through Ernest L. Norman (1904‒1971), The Voice of Venus, Book One of the five-volume Pulse of Creation series, was first published in 1956 and remains a popular favorite among his seventeen published works. The complete series features dissertations from the Ascended Masters who introduce a "uni