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Most people tend to tell you to be more productive. Sales need to be doubled, you somehow aren't satisfied with the client numbers, and need a lot more. In short, it's this endless race towards a rather nutty goal. Instead, how about a goal that allows you to waste more time? That throws you back to when you were 17 and not constantly trying to earn, learn or hustle your way through life. Productivity is important, but the goal isn't exactly what you're expecting.
AAAA!!! Man it's almost Halloween. I'm getting skeerd! THIS is the show that gives you a positive escape from all the crap around you! It's time to nerd out on the things that better our lives and end our week right!! Squid Games. What is all this hype about?!? We watched the first episode and we'll give you our thoughts. We've got our favorite 1970's movies for you, and we'll give you our review of New World. Come waste an hour with us! In This Episode We're on YouTube! PLEASE SUBSCRIBE and Like the Video!! :) Here's the LINK: youtube.com/therealbrian What we're drinking! (Golden Milk Chai!) :) Squid Games Review Dune and Locke and Key - Season 2 - out TODAY! Colorado Air Show Captain's Origin – Jack-O-Lantern MOVIE JOURNEY: Our Top Movies from the 1970s! New World - Amazon's New MMO - Review Deep Thoughts Support The Real Brian Show through Amazon This is so cool! The Real Brian Show is now part of the Amazon Affiliate program! That means that ANY TIME you purchase something off of Amazon, use THIS LINK: https://amzn.to/3vwNk7K It doesn't ever cost you anything extra. It simply gives a percentage of the sale to The Real Brian Show to help support the show and keep it going and growing! The beautiful part is that we all buy stuff off of Amazon. Now instead of ALL of the money going to Amazon, some of it comes to The Real Brian Show to help support it! Thank you in advance for your support in this way. Links!! Partner with The Real Brian Show on Patreon! TRBS 2021 Playlist on Spotify TRB's GLORIOUSNESS (New Music) Playlist on Spotify The Captain Influence Playlist on Spotify TRBS Facebook Group Send The Real Brian an email!
Should mortgages cost more for inefficient homes? Can companies be shamed into cutting wasted stock? And has the incel movement spread to women? Olly Mann and The Week delve behind the headlines and debate what really matters from the past seven days. With John Stepek, Julia O'Driscoll and Kate Samuelson
When Congress started addressing the coronavirus pandemic with relief bills in 2020, billions of federal dollars started flowing to local and state governments to deal with the crisis. Now as these governments shape their goals and priorities, they're turning to advances in machine learning, combined with automation, to effectively identify and prevent fraud, waste, and abuse cases, while ensuring transparency in government and the public. As part of GovExec Media's Roadmap to Modernization event recently, Route Fifty Senior Editor Bill Lucia spoke to Marty LaMar, Chief Economic Development Officer of the City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In this episode, they talk about the importance of responsibly managing public funds.
On this West Virginia Morning, a pair of researchers at West Virginia University are looking to find ways to help underserved populations connect with the ocean and marine environments. We talk with those researchers.
Waste seems inevitable when it comes to construction projects. But why does it occur? And how can you reduce it? Shane Saltzgiver — founder and CEO of VEC, joins us today to discuss how we can reduce waste in our construction projects with the use of technology. We also talk about the following points: Why waste occurs, Ways to reduce waste, Misapplication of technology, and how to address it Plus, relieving the tension between the office and field when it comes to expectations versus reality This discussion is a very practical one, you'll surely get a lot of insights whether you're a subcontractor or a general contractor. Press that play button and let's get started! Discussion Points: 0:00 Introduction 3:26 Why does waste occur? 6:01 About the correlation between rework and safety 9:11 Practical ways to reduce waste 12:23 Why does misapplication of technology happen in construction projects? 14:40 Bridging the gap between technological advancements and your team's experience 16:51 Navigating the tension between the office's aspiration and the perceived realities of the field crew 18:29 Is there a gap between technology-produced ideas and the actual structure in reality? 19:53 The importance of communication in building an efficient workflow from the office to the field 21:29 Who's accountable for ensuring the organization's continuous communication? 22:42 Effective ways to keep your team up to speed with technology 23:35 Breakthroughs in technology for construction: When will you see them happening? 26:18 How do you encourage most GCs to adopt new technologies into their projects? 29:00 Effective way to convince owners to use technology in projects 31:42 The future of the construction industry in the hands of the new generation in terms of their appetite for technology 35:21 About VEC and what they do in the construction industry 38:11 3 immediate steps to take to reduce waste on your next project Resources: Reach out to Shane through his email: email@example.com Or visit his website: www.vec-us.com Or give Shane a call through this number: 415-410-3715 Restaurant Recommendation: https://www.lamarsf.com/ Do Your Project Executives Need to Become Better Leaders? Book a 10-minute call with Eric Anderton to see if/how he can help (https://10minutes.youcanbook.me/) Connect with me via LinkedIn. For more podcast episodes, you may also visit my website. Tune in and subscribe to the Construction Genius: A Leadership Master-Class Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher. Thank you for tuning in!
Marion Mass (@mass_marion), MD, practicing pediatrician and co-founder of Practicing Physicians of America, joins the show to share her unique ideas about how to reduce healthcare costs while simultaneously improving access to care. She describes her “sentinel moment” in which she realized that physicians are no longer the primary medical advocates for their patients and how this led her to founding a grassroots physician organization dedicated to patient advocacy. The conversation takes interesting turns into hospital fines for price transparency, patient copays and premiums, Medicare, direct primary care, pharmacy benefit managers, and so much more. Read the Practicing Physicians of America's position paper on their discussed legislative requests. https://www.physiciansforreform.org/files/5015/5406/4369/Reducing_Cost_and_Waste_in_American_Medicine.pdf Check out Chadi's website for all Healthcare Unfiltered episodes and other content. www.chadinabhan.com/ Watch all Healthcare Unfiltered episodes on Youtube. www.youtube.com/channel/UCjiJPTpIJdIiukcq0UaMFsA
Welcome back to Building Sustainability, this episode I'm joined by Architect, Academic , Author & Environmental Activist - Duncan Baker Brown. We are talking circular economy in the built environment, issues of sustainable development, deconstruction and closed-looped systems. - We've had a short break here while doing a plastering job for the Design Museum in London. The exhibition opens on the 23rd of October 2021 and full info can be found here: https://designmuseum.org/exhibitions/waste-age-what-can-design-doReview this podcast here: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/id1459369615?mt=2&ls=1Episode 61 Duncan Baker-Brown linksThe Reuse Atlas (Duncan's book) - https://www.ribabooks.com/The-Re-Use-Atlas-A-Designers-Guide-Towards-a-Circular-Economy_9781859466445Designers can save the earth! (Presentation) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27bzTobpQMkIntereg FCRBE (Facilitating the circulation of reclaimed building elements)- https://www.nweurope.eu/projects/project-search/fcrbe-facilitating-the-circulation-of-reclaimed-building-elements-in-northwestern-europe/Architects Journal Retro First - https://www.architectsjournal.co.uk/news/introducing-retrofirst-a-new-aj-campaign-championing-reuse-in-the-built-environmentInsulate Britain - https://www.insulatebritain.com/LETI climate emergency design guide - https://www.leti.london/cedgRetrofit Academy - https://www.retrofitacademy.org/Superuse Harvest Map - https://www.superuse-studios.com/harvest-collect-reuse/Romney Marsh (Project) - https://www.kentwildlifetrust.org.uk/nature-reserves/romney-marsh-visitor-centre-and-nature-reserveThe waste house - https://www.brighton.ac.uk/research-and-enterprise/feature/brighton-waste-house.aspxFreegle - https://www.ilovefreegle.org/School of Reconstruction - https://aia-brighton.org/2020/the-school-of-re-construction-website-is-now-live/RotorDC - https://rotordc.com/Paris tower block rennovation (Project) - https://www.architectural-review.com/today/lacaton-vassals-revitalisation-of-a-parisian-tower-block1 Trinton Square refurbishment (project)- https://www.arup.com/projects/1-triton-squareWood recycling Network - https://communitywoodrecycling.org.uk/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/buildingsustainability)
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Chloe Asaam is a designer, researcher, community organiser and Program/Operations Manager for The OR Foundation.The OR Foundation is an incredible charity and campaign who are raising awareness about the fashion waste crisis, specifically in Ghana's capital Accra, where 15 million used garments pour into the area every week from the UK, Europe, North America and Australia, flooding the city's sprawling clothing market.The OR (which stands for choice) work at the intersection of environmental justice, education and fashion development, our mission is to identify and manifest alternatives to the dominant model of fashion – alternatives that bring forth ecological prosperity, as opposed to destruction, and that inspire citizens to form a relationship with fashion that extends beyond their role as consumer. They want to catalyse a justice-led circular economy. At every level their initiatives are founded on the belief that Justice within the violent yet beautiful world we share begins with Reckoning, Recovery and Reparations.With a background in Fashion Design, Chloe sees the negative impact of fast fashion's thoughtless overproduction and she is on a mission to do something about it. Chloe's work with The OR Foundation builds on her personal advocacy and gives her the space to have a tangible impact on the people working within the Kantamanto ecosystem, specifically the kayayei (female head porters).Learn more about the work of The OR FoundationSupport their work: https://theor.org/donateFind Chloe: @chloe_asaamFind The OR Foundation: @TheORisPresentFind me: @venetialamannaFind the show: @atstpodcast This episode was produced by Venetia La Manna and edited by Nada Smiljanic. The music was composed by William Haxworth and the artwork was designed by Alex Sedano. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
I hear it over and over again - the first “real marketing” that a podcaster does is social media marketing. Then after spending a whole lot of money, they look around and start scrutinizing their stats and then scratch their heads because they aren't sure whether it made any difference at all in their podcast. I am asked about this often and I see questions in the podcast Facebook groups about it, so I wanted to take some time today and explain to you why I am so against social media marketing for the majority of podcasters. So first, let's define what social media marketing is: This is where you run paid ads on social media platforms in order to try to get people to listen to your podcast. Facebook has made it so easy to “boost a post” that almost every podcaster I've ever talked to has fallen for it at least once. I am NOT talking about posting on social media platforms or sharing your episodes with followers. I always think that's a good idea, but I also think it is not impactful enough for most podcasters to justify hiring a social media manager to manage this. So the bottom line I am trying to help you avoid today is spending money on ads and social media management that will yield very little ROI, so that you can put your money into things that can actually bring you a legitimate return on your investment. So, let me explain why this is an activity that most of you shouldn't participate in, and then I'll tackle the real question of what you should do instead of social media marketing. In strict marketing terms, the vast majority of ad campaigns that a podcaster would run would be considered an AWARENESS Campaign. This means that there isn't really something an audience member can buy from the ad, and the ad is just being run to make you aware of a podcast. Let me just explain to you quickly why awareness campaigns are not something you should aspire to: They are incredibly expensive to run, since all your ad spend is going into educating the marketplace that you exist, and not to buy your products or services. Most of the time awareness campaigns are exclusively done by huge multi-national corporations who want to be remembered favorably by the audience. You can never really determine the ROI from an awareness campaign, so you are most often lighting your money on fire. Awareness campaigns are not targeted, so of all the people you have the potential to reach, only a fraction of them will be your target avatar. Ok, so now that I've gotten that out of the way, this is where we start getting real about this conversation. WHY are you really wanting to run social media ads? I mean what is the real end goal? To get more downloads, right? And what does getting more downloads mean for most podcasters? Well, of course it means you have more listeners, but what do you as a podcaster get out of having 1000 downloads rather than 200 downloads? I mean, how much more money will you make when you have 1000 downloads vs. 200 downloads? For the vast majority of podcasters, and maybe even you, it means absolutely nothing. There is a zero dollar difference in those 2 numbers. Why? Because the average podcaster does not have an offer that their podcast listeners can buy. So this means that most podcasters aren't selling anything. And yet, when I talk to those podcasters, almost all of them will tell me that one of their goals is to earn some income from their podcast. So why the disconnect? Podcasters turn to social media marketing when they don't know what else to do instead. Podcasters see other podcasters who also don't know what they are doing and also aren't making any money, do it, so they follow suit. I'll let you think about that, but why would you mimic that person anyway? If you're looking for someone to emulate, at least pick someone who is earning money from their podcast, right? Now, I don't mean to hurt your feelings, but if you don't currently have an offer - and I'm talking about a paid...
In this broadcast, Loreen Hackett shares the heartbreaking story of how PFAS and traces of related toxins caused by various unregulated factories and industrial complexes devastated her entire family and community, and if left unchecked how PFAS will continue to contaminate untold regions in the US and abroad. As Co-Chair of the Hoosick Falls Community, Loreen established superfund sites which communicate monthly with state and federal agencies and is also on the CAP committee for the CDC awarded site study. In addition, Loreen works with the University of Albany collecting health studies and alongside the leadership committee of the National PFAS Contamination Coalition (NPCC). Loreen has attended and submitted testimony in two Congressional hearings in Washington D.C. She has also testified at various New York state hearings and continues working with elected officials on both the state and federal levels on bills regulating PFAS, recently introducing the PFAS Accountability Act with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, as well as collaborating with varying environmental organizations. She presented on the first public panel representing EPA Region 2 for the CDC-funded NASEM panel for physician guidance and was nominated as community liaison for that panel. She worked on the educational documentary called 'Bad Water, Small Town, Deaf Ears' with her uncle, which is free to the public on YouTube. Loreen is also a cancer survivor, linked to PFAS exposure, and has a primary interest in health effects. Follow Loreen: PfoaProjectNY Twitter: https://twitter.com/pfoaprojectny1 Other websites to follow and support: Environmental Working Group: https://www.ewg.org/ Safer States: https://saferstates.org/ Center For Environmental Health: https://ceh.org/ NRDC: https://www.nrdc.org/ Alaska Community Action on Toxins: https://www.akaction.org/ IPEN: https://ipen.org/ Food & Water Watch: https://www.foodandwaterwatch.org/ ______________ Follow Therese "Tee" Forton-Barnes and The Green Living Gurus: The Green Living Gurus Website: https://thegreenlivinggurus.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/greenlivinggurus/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW7_phs1GZUPzG21Zgjnqtw Healthy Living Group Facebook Green Living Gurus Page Facebook For further info contact: Therese Forton-Barnes Email: Greenlivinggurus@gmail.com Cell: 716-868-8868
Hurley opens up about his struggles with food. Matt reminisces about another podcast. And Sam says he's friends with someone he's not. MUSIC:"Mystery Sax"Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/"Miami Nights - Extended Theme", "Mystery Sax"Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Ryan & Becca sit down with a new friend in clay, Chris Burch. This lengthy discussion covers many topics from fulfilling a 500 piece order in 9 weeks, pursuing clay full time, balancing family and small business duties, pricing your work appropriately, teaching on the wheel, understanding how you find happiness in the work you do, and much more. Thanks so much to Chris for being very gracious with his time and sharing insights that will resonate with many of you out there. We hope you enjoy and please show him some love if you enjoyed our discussion.-----Find more about Chris' business below-----Instagram - @potterybychrisburchShop - https://www.etsy.com/shop/PotterybyChrisBurch Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/PotterybyChrisBurch/Website - https://potterybychrisburch.com/The Potters Cast - Episode 656: Clay Saved Me | Chris BurchListener QuestionsSend us questions so we can answer anything you've been thinking about on a future episode. Send those through Instagram @wheeltalkpodcast or email us at email@example.com.Support the show on Patreon:https://patreon.com/WheeltalkpodcastFollow us on Instagram:@wheeltalkpodcast@rdceramics@5linespotteryVisit our website:www.wheeltalkpotcast.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/Wheeltalkpodcast)
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A growing Right to Repair movement is pushing for changes to our waste minimisation legislation to require the repairability of household items like whiteware appliances and electrical devices. Environment Minister David Parker has signalled he wants the upcoming Waste Minimisation Act review to include a right to repair, meaning businesses would need to ensure their products can easily be fixed, at a reasonable cost.
The Duke of Cambridge wants the likes of Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson and Elon Musk to focus on saving this planet rather than trying to reach the next. Is he right? We talk it over with physical geographer Dr Eloise Marais from University College London. She tells us about the impact all these rocket launches are having on the planet right now as well as potential problems in the future. We also ask if there are better ways to send spaceships out of the atmosphere than those currently being used by rival billionaires? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
First, let's talk about reducing administrative waste in the US healthcare system. There was a pretty famous 2019 study by Shrank et al. that estimated about 25% of the $3.6 trillion the US spends on healthcare annually is potentially wasteful. This is each person spending $2500 unnecessarily. Robert Kocher wrote a really interesting article about getting rid of administrative waste and inefficiencies, and he said that it is the “safest form of health care cost savings; virtually no one argues that administrative costs should remain high. Reducing administrative waste should be the highest priority … [because] everyone, including patients and clinicians, would benefit from lower health care costs.” In my mind, “everyone” means payers, policy makers, and also providers who are or want to take some accountability for the total cost of care here. To talk about the possibilities, I have the perfect guest: Gary Campbell, who is the CEO of Johnson Health Center, which is an FQHC, a Federally Qualified Health Center, in Lynchburg, Virginia. Why is the CEO of an FQHC a great person to talk about cutting out administrative waste with? Well, first of all, the patient population is what many would consider challenging at an FQHC. Second, they really have to cut out as much waste as possible because there is zero potential to cost shift. They do not have the option to charge their commercial lives 4x Medicare or whatever and effectively cost shift the impact of inefficiencies. There basically are no commercial lives. You either figure out how to be efficient, or the patient population does not get care. As Gary and I were talking, however, it became clear that when you cut out administrative waste, you wind up actually with the potential to become a great place to work. One reason for this just has to do with the process of cutting out waste, which requires culture and process. And a by-product of a great culture and a great process means a great place to work. You might be thinking, as I was thinking, that this show, which is supposed to be about cutting administrative waste, is going to be all about how to do lean and Six Sigma and pretty much go peak MBA. Spoiler alert: It's not. When I asked Gary how to be operationally efficient, it all ladders up to organizational leadership: leaders who commit to putting patients first, to have core values with the expectation to actually achieve them (for reals—not just in the marketing). Because without effective, accountable, committed leadership, patient first, lowering the cost of care, removing administrative waste … it ain't gonna happen. Leaders should be visible, have a vision, a strategic plan, project plans, and be inspirational. They also need to not be afraid to “move along,” as they say, people who are pulling the team down and holding it back—maybe even if a short-term revenue hit will transpire. Before we get started here, let's talk about FQHCs for a sec just in case you're unfamiliar. Besides the acronym giving me fits of dyslexia—my brain always wants to invert the letters, so I have a Post-it Note here and I'm staring at it so, hopefully, I'll be able to keep this straight—FQHCs (Federally Qualified Health Centers) are usually nonprofits that are oriented to take care of the underserved. Today they serve upwards of 30 million people in the United States, and that's a growing number. There's something like 1500 of them across all 50 states. They're federally funded. They are a safety net really for individuals out there who may not be able to access care anywhere else. There's generally bipartisan support for FQHCs and often a real purpose and passion to really care for people regardless of their ability to pay. They also tend to offer a lot of resources under one roof (eg, medical care, dental care, other things, mental health care), which can add substantially to the operational complexity. Gary Campbell, my guest in this healthcare podcast as I said, is the CEO of an FQHC. Gary has a procurement and operations background, and this background informs how he approaches leadership and care delivery in ways that I find inspirational—and I hope that you do, too. Some of the conversation that we had in this episode reminded me of the interview with Tony DiGioia, MD, in EP332; so if you want to dig further into this topic, go back and listen to that episode. That interview is very specifically about how to create a patient-centric value system, which Dr. DiGioia says should be the new OS for healthcare delivery. During this show, I also mention my conversation with Jerry Durham (EP297), where we talk about streamlining the front desk. I didn't mention this in the show, but another episode that would be great to go back and listen to if this topic intrigues you is the one with Matt Anderson, MD, MBA, talking about how things get better when the scrubs and the suits collaborate (EP266). You can learn more at impact2lead.com. Gary Campbell is the founder and owner of Impact2Lead, LLC, and the CEO of Johnson Health Center (JHC), where he has enjoyed a career centered on leading for-profit/not-for-profit organizations and helping to unleash potential in others along the way. In 2011, he left Bayer and came to JHC; and in 2013, he launched Impact2Lead to provide transformation-consulting services to other firms across the United States. Since joining JHC, the center has enjoyed unprecedented success and growth by transforming the culture using his Impact Leadership model and becoming the first Federally Qualified Health Center to be recognized as an Employer of Choice by Employer of Choice International, Inc. The health center has achieved multiple workplace and community awards since that time and has enjoyed exponential growth during his seven years as the CEO. Gary currently speaks and consults nationally on leadership, workplace strategies, and motivational topics. 05:15 Why is there no opportunity to cost shift in an FQHC? 05:46 What happens when an FQHC is operating inefficiently? 06:12 “Have you workflowed it out? … You can overstaff yourself in a way that your cost per patient goes way up.” 06:37 Why is taking a lean approach not an excuse to cut staff? 08:05 “The nurses are linchpins to everything.” 09:05 How does standardizing care lead to personalization of care? 10:28 “Our clinical teams see that we care.” 10:48 “If you don't have a vision for where you want to be two and three years down the road, you're struggling.” 11:03 “I want everybody to understand, What is their why?” 20:10 “They don't teach leadership in most medical schools.”—Dr. Robert Pearl 21:19 “Get to know these clinicians … sincerely.” 23:11 “From a core values perspective, you can make every single decision … on core values.” 23:35 “We always start with those values. … They're embedded in everything we do.” 24:16 “You have to project plan things out that you want.” 25:09 How does an FQHC or private practices that are patient-oriented attract talent? 30:45 “First and foremost, be visible.” You can learn more at impact2lead.com. @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Why is there no opportunity to cost shift in an FQHC? @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth What happens when an FQHC is operating inefficiently? @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “Have you workflowed it out? … You can overstaff yourself in a way that your cost per patient goes way up.” @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Why is taking a lean approach not an excuse to cut staff? @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “The nurses are linchpins to everything.” @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth How does standardizing care lead to personalization of care? @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “Our clinical teams see that we care.” @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “I want everybody to understand, What is their why?” @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “Get to know these clinicians … sincerely.” @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “We always start with those values. … They're embedded in everything we do.” @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “You have to project plan things out that you want.” @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth How does an FQHC or private practices that are patient-oriented attract talent? @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “First and foremost, be visible.” @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Recent past interviews: Click a guest's name for their latest RHV episode! 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Playoffs are in full swing and the Mets weren't invited to the party. The boys discuss the Divisional Series games including what is wrong with Christian Yelich, New Mr October? and much more. Have you ever wondered about the alcohol consumption in an MLB clubhouse? We'll wonder no longer because we discuss. What will a potential Marcus Stroman contract look like, we discuss. We also talk about the possibility of the Oakland A's moving to Las Vegas and the MLB trying more out of the box venues. We wrap it all up with a list of our Top 10 favorite songs. Without further adieu, Lets Get It Started.Follow us on Twitter: @ScootBigManPod, Instagram: @ScooterBigManPod, Tik Tok: @ScooterBigManPod. Rate, Review and Subscribe. New Episodes every Week. #LFGM #LGMOur website: scooterbigman.com
In this episode of the Velvet Machete Leadership Podcast, host Amber Hurdle interviews Tiffany Terczak, creator of Grocery Budget Bootcamp and Don't Waste the Crumbs, a blog that teaches families how to eat real food on a budget. Amber believes in fueling your body with premium fuel and managing the time and money you spend on your nutrition to perform at your peak and optimize your ability to lead. As a wife and mom who learned how to get out of debt and eat healthier, Tiffany is passionate about sharing meal plans, recipes, instructions on grocery budgeting, and tips for DIY natural living with individuals and families looking to reduce their spending on food while raising the quality of their meals. Together they discuss: *How to make quick meals with real, nourishing food--on a budget *How to get out of debt and eat healthier at the same time *Tips for reducing your grocery budget, even on all-natural and organic foods *Kitchen hacks, frugal recipes, saving money, and much more This episode teaches the basics of building a grocery budget around better food that your body and you wallet will love. Don't miss Tiffany's experienced insights into budgeting, cooking, and shopping for the best deals on real, healthy, natural foods! She shares such valuable information, you'll definitely want to come back to this one again and again. Links and Mentioned Resources Check out Tiffany's website, Don't Waste the Crumbs, for shopping and cooking tips, tricks, and know-how that will have you both saving money and eating healthier. Or, sign up for her course, Grocery Budget Bootcamp, for a deep dive into the exact methods that helped Tiffany and her husband not only eat healthier on a budget, but pay off over $100,000 in debt, too. Follow @thevelvetmachete on Instagram for inspiration and free business advice. About Tiffany Tiffany Terczak is a wife, mom of two, and the creator of Don't Waste the Crumbs, a robust blog that provides free recipes, budgeting tips, meal plans, kitchen hacks, and tips for natural living. She's a mom who learned both how to eat healthier and get out of debt at the same time, and she's committed to sharing what she's learned over the years with other individuals and families looking to take the pain out of their budgets, grocery shopping, and planning truly healthy meals that nourish their bodies. Tiffany is also the founder of the forthcoming Crumbs University and the Grocery Budget Bootcamp course, a deep dive into the exact budgeting, shopping, and meal planning tips and tricks she uses for her own family. Get Social: Website | Course | Facebook | Pinterest | Twitter Want More of the Good Stuff? *Subscribe to the podcast: Be sure to subscribe in iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Google Podcasts, iHeartRadio, Spotify, Amazon Music, or your favorite podcasting app. Prefer to watch? Subscribe on YouTube. Or simply ask Amazon Alexa, "Play Velvet Machete Leadership Podcast with Amber Hurdle." Easy. *Read the book: The Bombshell Business Woman: How to Become a Bold, Brave, Female Entrepreneur on Amazon, Books-a-Million, Barnes & Noble & other retailers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Your store teams shouldn't be spending time on anything that isn't driving sales or reducing costs. But too much of their day is wasted on less impactful actions and convoluted processes, which oftentimes results in them feeling even more overwhelmed and inefficient. Omni Talk Expert Quorso CEO Julian Mills once again joins Chris Walton for the latest installment of the Omni Talk Ask an Expert Series to delve deep into why agile store management in theory and practice could be the answer. Together they will explore how Agile Store Management helps make every minute in your stores count by: - Simplifying processes (automating data analysis, digitally tracking actions, streamlining store visits, and consolidating tech interfaces) - Prioritizing intelligently (managers doing the most impactful and important things first - through a combination of tasks and data-driven/smart alerts) - Adapting locally (to meet specific conditions on the ground) - Sharing lessons learned (across the frontline and front-to-center to scale successes) - Motivating employees (with visible impact and recognition to boost engagement and maintain momentum) Or, as Chris and Julian like to call it -- SPASM The result is rapid improvements in Sales, Waste, Shrink, CSAT, and most importantly many more happy and engaged employees who now feel like they have a life raft to save them from drowning. Chris and Julian will discuss all this and more in this latest episode of the Omni Talk Ask An Expert Series -- "Store Teams Drowning? Agile Store Ops Is The Easy Way To Save Them." *Sponsored Content*
This week on the Wheel Reads we are back in the Waste, lots of Aiel culture to be learned, lots of suspicion to be had, and lots of speculation to be said. Enjoy! Website: www.thewheelreads.com AI generated text of episode: Text --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thewheelreads/support
Photo: Nova Centauri 2013 is the first in which evidence of lithium has been found. This image from the New Technology Telescope at ESO's La Silla Observatory shows Nova Centauri 2013 in July 2015 as the brightest star in the centre of the picture. This was more than eighteen months after the initial explosive outburst. This nova was the first in which evidence of lithium has been found. .. .. .. The sustainable answer to the waste from gigafactories of EV lithium-ion batteries, to the discarded lithium-Ion batteries; and what is to be done? Larry Reaugh, CEO American Manganese Inc, https://americanmanganeseinc.com “Making Lithium-Ion Last Forever.” U-S trading symbol: A-M-Y-Z-F in Canada trading symbol: A-M-Y in Europe trading symbol: 2-A-M .. Permissions: This image from the New Technology Telescope at ESO's La Silla Observatory shows Nova Centauri 2013 in July 2015 as the brightest star in the centre of the picture. This was more than eighteen months after the initial explosive outburst. This nova was the first in which evidence of lithium has been found. Date | 29 July 2015, 12:00:00 Source | http://www.eso.org/public/images/eso1531a/ Author | ESO This media was created by the European Southern Observatory (ESO). Their website states: "Unless specifically noted, the images, videos, and music distributed on the public ESO website, along with the texts of press releases, announcements, pictures of the week, blog posts and captions, are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, and may on a non-exclusive basis be reproduced without fee provided the credit is clear and visible." To the uploader: You must provide a link (URL) to the original file and the authorship information if available. This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 Internationallicense. | You are free: to share – to copy, distribute and transmit the work; to remix – to adapt the workUnder the following conditions: attribution – You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use. ..
Today: Richard Green from Tech4Success. Ever since he retired from the military, Richard has been searching to create a concept that would help with job training in Augusta. He takes us through his journey around, and outside of, the United States and talks about how Augusta seemed like home from the beginning - even when he didn't know why. Since beginning work on his idea at TheClubhou.se, Richard has come a long way, and has opened a location on Broad Street! Find & Visit them at 912 Broad Street for information on how to start recycling YOUR e-Waste. Presented By Nancy Powell Real Estate Broker @DowntownAugustaBroker (Augusta's Best Real Estate Company!) DropTheDis Question Presented by Tranter Grey Media (TranterGrey.com) Community Partnership: TheClubhou.se at the Cyber Center & Augusta Podcasts Beer is Brought to You by Savannah River Brewery (Follow them on Facebook!) SavannahRiverBrew.Com Also Featuring: The Little Guide to Augusta, @AllEqualParts, 2nd City Distilling & Durty Gurl Cocktail Mixers. Want to Support the Show & Get Free Stuff & Cool, Unique Bonus Content? Check out our Patreon! Learn More and Shop Merch @ AugustaPodcasts.com & Check Out Our Next Show @ AugustaRocks.com Produced at Augusta Podcasts Studio
In this episode, I answer one of the question that I have been getting from a lot of you crazy birds. "Where do I start with a waste free journey?" During this episode, I provide you with some tips on where to start your journey. We also look at how to do a bin audit to determine what your top 5 items are filling up your bin. I also touch on some ways to reduce your waste this Halloween and announce the next episodes epic guest. Links from the episodes https://twitter.com/TheOceanCleanup/status/1446874254600032257 (The Ocean Cleanup) https://mamaearthtalk.com/episodes/002/ (Episode 2 Top Tip Thursday on Living More Sustainable Using The 5 R's with Mariska Nell) https://mamaearthtalk.com/episodes/010/ (Episode 10 Top Tip Thursday, The Great Pacific Garbage Patch with Mariska Nell) https://mamaearthtalk.com/episodes/028/ (Episode 28: Top Tip Thursday, Trick or Treat with Mariska Nell) https://mailchi.mp/45512143b68a/binaudit (Bin Audit Template ) KEY TAKE AWAY"There is no “perfect choice” only a better choice for the environment."
Grandma Joy (of “Grandma Joy's Road Trip” fame) is a spunky 91-year-old adventurer who's been traveling the country with her grandson, Brad for the last chunk of years. Their goal has been to try and visit all 63 U.S. National Parks and they've only got one to go now! After you hear some of Grandma Joy's pearls of wisdom, you'll see why she's become something of a celeb in her small Ohio town after being on the Rachel Ray show and recently being profiled in People Magazine. She's living like there's No Time to Waste, encouraging all of us to just “give it a whirl” and I couldn't agree more. @grandmajoysroadtrip More at www.notimetowasteproject.com or follow IG @notimetowasteproject
Hundreds of billions were spent by the US in Afghanistan. Here are 10 of the starkest examples of 'waste, fraud and abuse' https://www.cnn.com/2021/10/07/asia/us-afghanistan-spending-waste-intl-cmd/index.html Republicans are siding with the angry mob https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2021/10/06/republicans-are-siding-with-angry-mob/ Idaho's governor left the state. His lieutenant governor took power and banned state vaccine mandates. https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2021/10/06/idaho-lieutenant-governor-executive-order/ Facebook Senate hearing: ‘We won't allow your company to harm our children, families, democracy any longer,' Sen. Ed Markey warns CEO Mark Zuckerberg https://www.masslive.com/news/2021/10/facebook-senate-hearing-we-wont-allow-your-company-to-harm-our-children-families-democracy-any-longer-sen-ed-markey-warns-ceo-mark-zuckerberg.html Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome back to another episode of Happy Porch Radio! You may already know that, in season six, we are talking about the circular economy across Africa. Today, we are joined by Audrey S-Darko, who is the team lead at Sabon-Sake, a regenerative agricultural startup based in Ghana. During this episode, we take a look at the circular economy from the angle of agriculture and bio waste. You'll hear about Sabon-Sake's dual focus, transforming agricultural waste into value-added products, and changing the mindsets of the rural communities that they work with. The UNCRD has shown that there are over 998 million tons of agricultural waste produced per year, and Sabon-Sake's solution goes beyond compost and the circular economy to prioritize a regenerative approach. We discuss the carbon capturing system they use, the role of ecotourism, and the biggest obstacles to educating people and putting waste to use. Join us to hear more!
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Peggy has a very candid conversation about eliminating waste, saying plastic flows into the ocean are expected to triple by 2040, but if we take immediate action we could stem the tide by more than 80%. She shares two examples—one from Indonesia and one from Ghana. She also discusses: How each recognized a regional problem and are taking big steps to reduce waste with plastics in their area. What needs to happen next if we are going to solve our plastic waste problem. The importance of thinking local and acting global if we are going to make a difference. peggysmedleyshow.com (740 - 10/5/21) IoT, Internet of Things, Peggy Smedley, artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, digital transformation, cybersecurity, blockchain, 5G cloud, sustainability, future of work, podcast
Solar Module Recycling and Refurbishing is a critical (if often overlooked) element of our green, clean energy future. Janette Freeman is passionate about saving the landfill from the millions of solar panels which will be coming to end-of-life in the years ahead. She is the Director of Business Development for FabTech Solar Solutions, which does solar panel refurbishing and recycling; giving panels a second life or a proper cremation. As we've discussed here before, the solar industry has a problem that many are only just becoming aware of...end of life. What do we do with all these solar panels when they are "used up"? What about when they break? Most solar panels have a life span of 20-30 years, and many of the early projects are starting to reach their end of useful life. In fact, by 2050, The International Renewable Energy Agency projects that up to 78 million metric tons of solar panels will have reached the end of their life, and that the world will be generating about 6 million metric tons of new solar waste annually! (*thanks to today's guest, Janette for these facts!) Not sure what "Circular economy" means? Wondering what are the key reasons that lead to addressing this end-of-life discussion? What are the common concerns folks have, and what prevents us from taking action today? How much does this actually cost? I dig into all these questions and more today with Janette, and she graciously provides detailed insights all the way down to how much to budget in your disposal and refurbishing budget! I've never had anyone go into such detail, and I love how she ties it back to economic principles like Circular Economy for us. There's a lot to dig into today, so sit back and enjoy When it's done, I'd love if you'd leave us a 5 rating & review (if you haven't already), or find me on Linkedin and let me know what you thought of this episode! (http://www.linkedin.com/in/nickalus) Remember you can always find the resources and learn more about today's guest, recommendations, book links, and more than 400 other founder stories and startup advice at www.mysuncast.com. Or, start a conversation with Nico Johnson, on Twitter, LinkedIn or email
It was a heartbreaking end to a wild regular season ride for the Mariners in 2021. Jake and Stacy start Monday looking back at what the team has built and tell you why they can't let it go to waste with a lackluster offseason. Mariners Insider Shannon Drayer joins the show to give her observations from a raucous weekend at T-Mobile Park and how the M's can position themselves this offseason. Later, Jake and Stacy examine the two things the Mariners need to bottle up from this weekend and replicate going forward. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week Dave (https://dgshow.org/hosts/dave) and Gunnar (https://dgshow.org/hosts/gunnar) talk about meetings with VR, VR with prison, prison with meetings, and brains with eyes David Macaulay (https://davidmacaulay.com/) books and Turing Tumble (https://www.turingtumble.com/) Scientists Grew Stem Cell 'Mini Brains'. Then, The Brains Sort-of Developed Eyes (https://www.sciencealert.com/scientists-used-stem-cells-to-make-mini-brains-they-grew-rudimentary-eyes) Blob of human brain grows functioning eyes in lab dish sparking 'horror' (https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/weird-news/blob-human-brain-grows-functioning-24785482) Trust Facebook to find a way to make video conferencing more miserable and tedious (https://www.theregister.com/2021/08/19/facebooks_oculus_horizon/) Gather (https://gather.town/) Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flatland) Prison Company Patents VR to Give Inmates Brief Taste of Freedom (https://www.vice.com/en/article/3aqm4k/prison-virtual-reality-vr-global-tel-link) Big, Theatrical Meetings Are a Waste of Time (https://hbr.org/2021/07/big-theatrical-meetings-are-a-waste-of-time) Cutting Room Floor * The Print Shop Club (https://www.neatorama.com/2021/07/18/The-Print-Shop-Club/) * Only the Polytron reduces an entire mouse to a soup-like homogenate in 30 seconds. (http://badnewspaper.com/2021/03/29/uh-38/) * 30 Grocery Items That Don't Exist But Should (https://pictojam.com/p/30-grocery-items-that-dont-exist-but-should) We Give Thanks * The D&G Show Slack Clubhouse for the discussion topics!
Visit http://JohnBlakeAudio.com to Learn How to DOUBLE Your Enquiry-to-Sale Conversion with The Lead Flow You Already Have. In this episode, we are going to talk about five situations in business where sales training doesn't work and what to do about it. It may seem very unusual for me to be talking about this subject today, especially, since we just went through the importance of training, and the differences between generic and customised training last week. However, it is essential to evaluate every situation and determine if sales training is the way to go, or if it'd be a waste of time and money. To illustrate my point, one of the situations where investing in a training program is a bad idea is if you have high staff turnover. Often companies will come to me and say, “we need to do some sales training”; I ask them, “how long have these people been with you?” If they say, “Oh, we've just replaced everybody”, that's an alarm bell! That says to me that there is a cultural problem that needs to be fixed as soon as possible. What is the point of training a team if they're not going to stay? The problem might be bigger if there's a pattern; if you've got more than 60% or 70% of your team turning over every year you should really take a closer look at what's going on in your business. Remember, people don't leave businesses, they leave bosses. Besides a cultural problem, you may have a recruiting problem or a systems problem. If you've got high staff turnover, there are definitely some things that must be taken care of before you actually invest in sales training. Today, I am going to share with you five different situations where hiring someone to train your team is not the best option. Listen to this episode to identify if you can relate to any of these scenarios, and if that's the case, you will learn what to do to fix the issues you have so that you can eventually maximise your results with great sales training. To DOUBLE your lead-to-sale CONVERSION with the leads you already have, go to http://JohnBlakeAudio.com for his exclusive, free, no-fluff, audio training and companion PDF guide. Inside you'll get word-for-word email follow-up templates, phone scripts, and more that you can put to use today.
In this episode, Clover and Hunter speak with Garrett the owner and founder of Resinate. The group discusses the good the company pursues in recycling the varying varieties of plastic that is generated from cannabis packaging. The three go into detail about the types of plastics that can be recycled and what it is currently transformed into. Then they look ahead to the future as to what can be done to further improve this budding industry. If you want to learn more about recycling cannabis packaging check out their Instagram @wecanresinate. Recycle your cannabis waste with Resinate at select Arizona dispensaries including; Sol, Marigold, Green Hills in Showlow, and all Oasis locations. Keep up with us by following our Instagram @cannabisquestpodcast and giving Clover and Hunter's Instagram a follow as well!Instagram: @wecanresinate Website: https://www.resinate.tech/
On today's show, we opened up the phone lines after a listener tells us her daughter wants a Quinceañera, but the father thinks it's a waste of money and should be used for college! What do you think familia— Is it a waste of money? Next on the "Jealousy Trip," David pranks his girl because he thinks she's being ridiculous! His girl, Joanna, is upset with him after she found out David took her to the same Italian restaurant he brought his ex-girlfriend to in the past!—no effort! Moreover, in Shoboy's “Study Hall” we reveal why women are having a harder time finding a man—the struggle is REAL! Follow us @ShoboyShow Listen Live 6-10AM PST M-Fri on ShoboyShow.com Shoboy: @edgarisotelo Becca: @BeccaMGuzman Eddie The Virgin: @EddieSotelo Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Are you unwittingly contributing to waste colonialism via your wardrobe choices? What happens to our unwanted clothes when we donate them? Overproducing and underusing clothes has far-reaching consequences, as this week's guest Liz Ricketts of The Or Foundation explains.Each week, around 15 million pieces of secondhand clothing arrive in the Kantamanto second-hand clothing market in Accra, Ghana - and 40% goes to waste.This is the story of how your old shirt or dress or pants might end up clogging drains in Accra. Or form part of a heavy rope of textiles in the ocean, or lurking under the sand like some dystopian synthetic sea monster. Or smouldering on a waste mountain in an informal dump that's been on fire months.It doesn't have to be this way - maybe your old clothes will get fixed up and sold on to live another life. It's complicated, as are the solutions.What do you think? Let us know! We're on Instagram @mrspress and @thewardrobecrisis, and on Twitter @mrspresswww.thewardrobecrisis.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In his last talk for some time at NBM, Bhante Mudito reflects on how we use our time: skillful practices (gratitude, kindness, service) vs unskillful (anger, lazy habits). Drawing on experiences from his younger days, and from the last two years at Newbury, he illustrates how cultivating certain actions and attitudes can have a beneficial effect, even during difficult and challenging times. Please visit the BSV Podcast Channel and BSV YouTube Channel Teaching retrieved from here. Please support the BSWA in making teachings available for free online via Patreon. To find and download more precious Dhamma teachings, visit the BSWA teachings page: https://bswa.org/teachings/, choose the teaching you want and click on the audio to open it up on Podbean.
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