The KTS Success Factor™ (a Podcast for Women)
Steve Weinberg has spent his life selling and helping others sell better, more, and faster. He is an expert at building, guiding, and sustaining high-caliber sales teams and creating exemplary standards in account management. He has authored Above Quoted Performance to transfer his knowledge to others who want to improve their sales results. In this episode, Steve shares with us the importance of knowing the real needs of the market, gaining trust and building relationships with your target market, and using the most influential, free sales tool in the market– LinkedIn. Don't miss out on your chance to take your sales outcomes to the next level. Tune in to this episode with Steve Weinberg and gain the knowledge you need to become a top-tier sales performer. What you will learn from this episode: ● Find out how you can avoid the recipe for sales failure ● Learn why LinkedIn is a free, powerful, and influential platform for your sales needs ● Understand the importance of staying in touch with the real needs of the market “Selling is really all about providing solutions that people want to buy, and also having the buyer trust you.” - Steve Weinberg Valuable Free Resource: ● How to achieve that above-quota sales performance that you've always wanted without the cliche “spammy” messages: www.steveweinbergsales.com Topics Covered: 02:54 - Why is it that 50% of sales professionals are not making quota? 05:27 - Steve shares what are the key things you should dive in and pay attention to more 06:17 - The Buyer-Seller Relationship: What selling is really all about 08:50 - The Art and Science of Selling: Steve talks about what is the “edge” 09:45 - How should you really be doing your sales? 12:30 - Steve tackles the differences between doing sales before, during, and after the pandemic 14:28 - How can you mitigate the changes the pandemic brought to sales? 15:40 - The Math of the Funnel: What is a funnel and what is the secret to effective funnels? 19:30 - The Secret Sauce: How to use LinkedIn as a powerful sales platform 24:13 - Q: Why should women consider sales as a career? Do you have to be an extrovert to be in sales? A: Sales can be very rewarding, both professionally and financially. And I've been employed at companies where the salesperson, where the person that had the greatest earnings in the year was a woman in sales. 25:40 - Visit Steve's website to learn more about the secrets to securing sales the new way: www.steveweinbergsales.com Key Takeaways: “The key thing that I think the sales managers and company managers need to do is to be in touch with the salespeople and their pipeline, and understand what important features or problems their buyers want to solve and work on ways to help them do that.” - Steve Weinberg “In order to have the edge and to succeed, you have to understand to make the sales methodology that your company may have chosen, follow the steps that you would ordinarily take, understand that you have to be agile, but also know that you need to be creative in order to solve problems for the buyer.” - Steve Weinberg “Sales is still mostly a sequential process. You don't walk in the door and say, "Here's what I have. Oh, by the way, let's close. Buy from me right now." - Steve Weinberg “You can determine how many unqualified prospects or suspects need to go in at the top in order to reach the goal that you want at the bottom.” - Steve Weinberg Ways to Connect with Steve Weinberg: Website: www.steveweinbergsales.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/steveweinbergsales/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/steven.weinberg.925 Ways to Connect with Sarah E. Brown: Website: https://www.sarahebrown.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/knowguides LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahebrownphd/
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15 Fangt uns doch die kleinen Füchse, denn sie verwüsten den Weinberg, wenn die Reben in schönster Blüte stehn. Sie: 16 Nur mir gehört mein Liebster, und ich gehöre ihm. Er allein darf zwischen den Lilien weiden. 17 Abends, wenn es kühl wird und die Nacht ihre Schatten über das Land breitet, dann komm zu mir, mein Liebster! […]
מוצרלה | Mozzarella- A Product Management Podcast
פרק מיוחד ליום האישה!! פז פגשה את מוריה ויינברג, דיירקטור פרודקט בחברת פיר 39 לשיחה מעוררת השראה על ההתפתחות שלה ביחד עם החברה על גלגוליה השונים, ואיך שלוש מנהלות בתפקידי מפתח בחברה הצליחו לייצר לה חזון ולגרום לו לקרות, גם ברגעי משבר קשים. שוחחנו על האתגרים של אימהות בתפקידי פרודקט, ואיך באמצעות תכנון זמן נכון ומדויק אפשר לעשות כל מה שרוצות. ----- מגישה בפרק: פז אביבי עריכה: תמר הלוי הלחנה: מיכאל ינטיס
(0:00) Intro(1:25) Welcome Zach Weinberg(3:21) Background(6:46) Starting EatNow(9:56) Why healthcare?(19:55) The best way to learn about an industry(29:08) Building and Selling Flatiron(36:10) Buying a CHR(46:06) Curie.Bio(1:17:19) Going public Mixed and edited: Justin HrabovskyProduced: Andrew Nadeau and Rashad AssirExecutive Producer: Josh MachizMusic: Griff Lawson
One of the biggest challenges facing B2B sellers today is meeting their quota. In fact, according to recent research, 67% of B2B sellers are not meeting their quota. This is a significant increase from previous years and a worrying trend for businesses. Steve Weinberg believes that the key to becoming a master sales pro is to focus on the fundamentals of sales. He emphasizes the importance of building relationships with customers, understanding their needs and pain points, and providing solutions that meet those needs. He also stresses the importance of continuous learning and self-improvement to stay ahead in a constantly evolving industry. During the podcast, Steve shares some practical tips and techniques that sellers can use to improve their sales performance, such as how to create a compelling value proposition, how to handle objections, and how to close deals effectively. If you're a B2B seller struggling to meet your quota or looking to take your sales performance to the next level, this episode is a must-listen. In this episode, we learn valuable insights from Steve Weinberg on how to become a master sales pro and exceed quota performance.
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5-6 Schaut nicht auf mich herab, ihr Mädchen von Jerusalem, weil meine Haut so dunkel ist, braun wie die Zelte der Nomaden. Ich bin dennoch schön, so wie die wertvollen Zeltdecken Salomos. Meine Brüder waren streng mit mir, sie ließen mich ihre Weinberge hüten. Doch mich selbst zu pflegen, meinen eigenen Weinberg, dafür hatte ich […]
This episode of the Weinberg in the World Podcast features a conversation with William Paik '20, who graduated from Northwestern with English and American Studies Majors and a Asian-American Studies Minor. William shares insights on the Asian American Studies Program, Law school decisions, Comedy at Northwestern, Fulbright Research in Korea, how an Interdisciplinary education has helped him! · Timestamps: 0:40: Student Experience 3:30: Moving away from Law school 6:25: Starting Comedy at Northwestern 10:15: First Job During the Pandemic 13:05: Experience During Research 15:00: Fulbright in Korea (here) 20:40: The Value of an Interdisciplinary Education
Bring Your Product Ideas to Life
I work with a lot of Amazon sellers everyday, helping them set up and grow their Amazon account. I see a lot of people do well – but I also see people who don't. What's worse is that for some of them there are reasons for this, out of their control, and they might have been better off focusing their time and effort into another marketplace.In this episode I share why Amazon might be the right platform for you, how to determine this and things that you might want to consider.Listen in to hear me share:An introduction to me and why I wanted to record this episode (00:24)The foundations of getting started selling on Amazon (03:25)Why you should sell your product on Amazon (04:29)The advantages of FBA (fulfilled by Amazon) (07:15)Accessing a global market (08:15)Things that aren't so great about Amazon, seller support (09:08)Things that aren't so great about Amazon, there is a lot of competition (10:33)Product listing rules you need to adhere to (11:52)The sort of products that Amazon works well for (13:27)The importance of researching the market and your competition (15:44)Free tools you can use (16:34)How I can help you get started with selling on Amazon (19:59)JUNGLE SCOUT DISCOUNT CODE:Go to get.junglescout.com/vicki to access a whole suite bestselling tools for building and running a successful Amazon business. USEFUL RESOURCES:I have written a blog post to accompany this episode, which you can read herePODCAST: Where's the best place to sell your products onlineFREEBIE: How to Successfully Launch a Product on Amazon or Rescue One That's Not SellingPODCAST: Common Amazon issues and how to resolve themTOOL: Jungle Scout BLOG: Jungle Scout - My favourite tool for selling on AmazonTOOL: FBA Revenue CalculatorHOW I CAN SUPPORT YOU ON AMAZON:My Free Resources Is Amazon Right For You? Mini Strategy SessionAmazon Account AuditAmazon Launch PackageAmazon Training Q&A HourBook a Power Hour with meLET'S CONNECT:Join my free Facebook group for product makers and creators
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Totally Clinical: Trial Triumphs & Rad Trends
Phase I oncology trials play a crucial role in drug development, yet they are extremely challenging for sites. To discuss this in greater detail, we're joined by Dan Otap, principal, alliance and partnerships lead at Genentech, and Jenn Weinberg, a veteran in oncology clinical trials. During the podcast, they delve into why early-stage oncology trials are so complex and ways to ease the burden on sites.“There's a level of safety and concern and risk that separates and creates a very distinct space when you're talking about early phase oncology. The fact that these patients that become brave participants on these trials are immunocompromised, severely sick, heavily pre-treated – you have a scenario fraught with potential complications.”As Dan discusses in the podcast, the Society for Clinical Research (SCRS) has recently launched a white paper on best practices to build out Phase I units in institutions.
SEASON: 2 EPISODE: 5Episode Overview:More than 50% of sales pros regularly fail to achieve their annual sales targets. Corporations have invested generously in training, but it doesn't seem to be effective. Despite spending millions of dollars, they have not been able to solve the pervasive problem of low sales quota achievement. There is no other profession where this pattern of low performance success is tolerated.Moreover, the pandemic has made B2B selling even more challenging. Sales is no longer a simple linear process. Today's sales professionals require new skills to deal with the profound changes in the digital marketplace. To help us understand our current environment and how we can exceed quotas is author of the just released book, Above Quota Performance. Join me now for my conversation with Steve Weinberg.Guest Bio:Steve Weinberg has spent his life selling and helping others sell better, more, and faster. He recently led the Accuity sales team to new sales accomplishments for twelve years. Accuity is a British-Dutch technology company that is now part of Lexis Nexis Risk Systems and is a RELX subsidiary. It provides anti-money laundering and electronic payment solutions to financial institutions and corporations. While at Accuity as a salesperson and simultaneously as a manager of a team of salespeople, Steve closed the largest sale in the company's history. Steve sold Accuity's products to Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, eBay, PayPal, Google, Facebook, Costco, Silicon Valley Bank, Intel, Prudential, Wyndham Worldwide, all of which were not previously customers. Steve has over three decades of leadership experience in sales, including Vice Presidencies at Dun & Bradstreet Software (www.dnb.com), AC Nielsen (www.nielsen.com), Solcorp (then part of EDS, now HP) and as a Senior Manager at Deloitte and Touche (www.deloitte.com.) He is an expert at building, guiding, and sustaining high caliber sales, and creating exemplary standards in account management. Steve led many sales kickoffs and introduced formal sales training at several companies.Resource Links:Website: https://www.steveweinbergsales.comProduct Link: https://www.amazon.com/Above-Quota-Performance-Techniques-Becoming/dp/1956450270/ref=sr_1_1?crid=G9ZC0IWZXICQ&keywords=above+quota+performance+steve+weinberg&qid=1674163117&s=books&sprefix=above+quo%2Cstripbooks%2C86&sr=1-1Insight Gold Timestamps:02:38 A lot of the buying decisions are being made now in the absence of a salesperson's influence07:06 The exceptional salesperson is usually an extrovert, but not always07:32 Introverts are quieter, more studious, they're more observant08:04 Sales training theories that are now obsolete09:43 Objections are really good....and they are information15:30 It's on the salesperson to understand19:37 More than 50% of sales pros regularly fail to achieve their annual sales targets25:37 Most comp plans are the results of top-down budgeting28:30 Sales pros need to be proactive34:01 Land and expand36:20 Different types of buyersConnect Socially:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/steveweinbergsales/Facebook:
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Chris Power discusses one of the most talked about trends in publishing
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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: OpenBook: New EA Grants Database, published by Rachel Weinberg on January 28, 2023 on The Effective Altruism Forum. openbook.fyi is a new website where you can see ~4,000 EA grants from donors including Open Phil, FTX Future Fund, and EA Funds in a single place. Why? If you're a donor: OpenBook shows you how much orgs have already received, and where other donors you respect have contributed their money. If you're a grant applicant: OpenBook shows you what kinds of projects your funders have previously sponsored, and also who funds projects similar to your own. If you're neither: browse around to get a sense of how money flows in EA! Features Right now, you can: search through all grants by donor, recipient, and cause area go to an organization's page and see all grants they've given and received, plus in some cases organization details (e.g. country, GiveWell review) view donation details (e.g. intended use of funds, notes) see largest donors and recipients on file add a donation that we're missing Features I'm thinking of adding soon: allow edits to existing donations standardize cause areas and add cause area pages for the most common ones where you can view and search all the grants associated with that cause area add ACX Grants to database allow bulk donation uploads through a CSV let users claim a page and create an account where they can add their own donations and disable adding of others allow for comments on organizations/grants improve the mobile layout make color theme changeable (just for fun) Please let me know which of these features you'd use, or if there are other features you'd like! Credits Huge thanks to Vipul Naik and Issa Rice for compiling most of the data for their donations site and making it open source. This meant I mostly just had to build the UI. And to Austin Chen for the idea, some code, and the many hours spent debugging with me. Thanks for listening. To help us out with The Nonlinear Library or to learn more, please visit nonlinear.org.
This episode of the Weinberg in the World Podcast features a conversation with Mai Sistla ‘14, who is currently a Deputy Director at the Aspen Tech Policy Hub after Graduating from Northwestern with an Economics Major and a Global Health Studies Minor. Mai shares insights on Important Classes, Extracurriculars, Connections, Grad School, Working in Tech Policy, Good Fellowships, and the Arts & Sciences Background. For more information about the fellowship discussed by Mai during the podcast, click below: http://www.corofellowship.org/ Timestamps: 0:40: Student Experience and Pivoting Majors 4:30: Extracurriculars and Important Connections 8:15: Path to Grad School 14:15: Working in Tech Policy 19:00: Projects in Tech Policy 22:40: Good Opportunities out of Undergrad 24:05: Arts & Sciences Background
School Counseling Simplified Podcast
Looking to feel inspired as we take on the second half of the school year? I am so excited to start having current school counselors on the podcast more often so you can hear what they are implementing at their schools. Jessica Weinberg Zeff is joining us today to talk about her role as a 3rd year school counselor and what it's like being an IMPACT member. I absolutely love hearing about what counselors are doing in their schools, what they've found works for them, and of course, any advice they have for other counselors. I am so grateful Jessica is joining us to chat about her counseling program and give us a glimpse into her days. We are chatting about what her plans are for second semester, how she's reaching students in all three tiers even with a big caseload, what she focuses on that has had a huge impact on her program, and advice she would give first year counselors. Ready to make an even greater impact without added stress or time? Check out the newly revamped IMPACT 2.0 membership! Get access to hundreds of resources for all three tiers right at your fingertips. PLUS, you'll have access to our community of school counselors to collaborate and troubleshoot with and quarterly professional development training so you have everything you need to support your students. * Show Notes: https://brightfutures-counseling.com/podcast-episodes/school-counselor * Resources Mentioned: Sign up for the FREE live workshop, 3 Practical Ideas to Bring Your High School Counseling Program Back to Life in the New Year: https://counselorclique.mykajabi.com/januaryworkshop Listen to High School Counseling Conversations: https://counselorclique.com/podcast/ Join the IMPACT 2.0 membership for ongoing support and access to 300+ resources: https://www.stressfreeschoolcounseling.com/impact Enroll in the Stress Free School Counseling Course: https://www.stressfreeschoolcounseling.com/enroll * Connect with Rachel: Shop: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Bright-Futures-Counseling Blog: https://brightfutures-counseling.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightfuturescounseling/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2473191466030095 If you are enjoying School Counseling Simplified please follow and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/school-counseling-simplified-podcast/id1534494971
In Episode 158 of the CounterVortex podcast, Bill Weinberg notes that the Russian Socialist Movement has issued a call for solidarity actions with anti‑war activists in Russia on Jan. 19. This is the date when left activists Stanislav Markelov and Anastasia Baburova were gunned down by far-right militants in Moscow in 2009. Today, the Vladimir Putin regime is persecuting activists such as Alexandra Skochilenko—who faces a long prison term for producing public art on an anti-war theme. Instead of responding to this call for solidarity, the ANSWER Coalition and other exponents of the "tankie" pseudo-left have called a rally against aid to Ukraine, and implicitly in support of Putin and his war aims, for Jan. 14 in locations such as New York's Times Square—perversely, in the name of Martin Luther King. The Ukraine Socialist Solidarity Campaign repudiates this pseudo-anti-war rally, urging: "No exploitation of Dr. MLK Jr. to support war criminal Putin!" Debunking the Russian propaganda that portrays Putin's aggression as a defensive move against NATO encroachment, Weinberg demonstrates that the principles propounded by Dr. King in his courageous dissent from LBJ's criminal war in Vietnam now mandate that we direct our protests at Vladimir Putin. Speeches and essays discussed: "Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break the Silence" by MLK, 1967; "The Social Organization of Nonviolence" by MLK, 1959; "My Pilgrimage to Nonviolence" by MLK, 1958; "The Doctrine of the Sword," by MK Gandhi, 1920; "Looking Back on the Spanish War" by George Orwell, 1942; "I'm a Ukrainian Socialist. Here's Why I Resist the Russian Invasion" by Taras Bilous, 2022 (anthologized in the book Ukraine: Voices of Resistance and Solidarity) Listen on SoundCloud or via Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/countervortex Production by Chris Rywalt We ask listeners to donate just $1 per weekly podcast via Patreon—or $2 for our special offer! We now have 51 subscribers. If you appreciate our work, please become Number 52!
In Episode 157 of the CounterVortex podcast, Bill Weinberg discusses the seemingly obscure subculture of Moorish Science, which has had a greater influence than is generally recognized today, as an important precursor to the Black Muslim movement. The doctrine, first propagated over a century ago by the Prophet Noble Drew Ali, holds that there was in ancient times a great Moorish civilization that prospered on both sides of the Atlantic, in North Africa but also in North America, and that Black Americans are in fact Moors and the inheritors of this legacy. Contrary to official histories, Moorish Science holds that not all Black folk in the Americas are descendants of those brought over in the Middle Passage, but also of Moors who were already in America in pre-Columbian times. The book The Aliites: Race & Law in the Religions of Noble Drew Ali by Spencer Dew sheds new light on surviving exponents of this movement, including the Moorish Science Temple of America, the Moorish American National Republic, the Washitaw Empire, and the Murakush Caliphate of Amexem. Weinberg elaborates on the controversies surrounding Moorish identity in contemporary America, and relates his own involvement in an offshoot of the movement through his work with the Moorish Orthodox Radio Crusade. He joins with Spencer Dew in calling out the oft-problematic Southern Poverty Law Center for portraying these Moorish tendencies as "anti-government extremists" and "hate groups," and lumping them indiscriminately with the right-wing "sovereign citizen" movement. Also discussed is the special importance Moorish Americans attach to the US-Morocco Treaty of 1786, and the actual historical background to the treaty. Listen on SoundCloud or via Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/countervortex Production by Chris Rywalt We ask listeners to donate just $1 per weekly podcast via Patreon -- or $2 for our new special offer! We now have 51 subscribers. If you appreciate our work, please become Number 52!
Breaking It Down with Frank MacKay
The Florence Weinberg Show - One Step Forward For Women & Two Steps Back by Frank MacKay
This episode of the Weinberg in the World Podcast features a conversation Khoury Cooper '08 JD'13, who is currently a Corporate Counsel in the Youtube Division of Google after Graduating from Northwestern with a Political Science Major and a JD in Law. Khoury shares stories about Impactful Classes, Fraternity Life, Going Back to Law School, Choosing a Career Path, Working in Music at Amazon, Work-Life Priorities, and Networking! Timestamps: 1:00: Impactful Northwestern Courses and Programs 3:55: Impactful Extracurriculars 6:10: Deciding to Go to Law School 8:15 First Job After School 9:55: How Did You Pick Your Career Path 11:55: Working Before Grad School 13:45: Working in Music 18:00: Working in Chicago and Priorities 21:05: Networking Advice 23:30: Arts & Sciences Background
In Episode 156 of the CounterVortex podcast, Bill Weinberg discusses Peter Lamborn Wilson's last book, Peacock Angel: The Esoteric Tradition of the Yezidis. One of the persecuted minorities of Iraq, the Yezidis are related to the indigenous Gnostics of the Middle East such as the Mandeans. But Wilson interprets the "esoteric" tradition of the Yezidis as an antinomian form of Adawiyya sufism with roots in pre-Islamic "paganism." Melek Taus, the Peacock Angel, the divine being revered by the Yezidis as Lord of This World, is foremost among a pantheon that ultimately traces back to the Indo-European gods. Wilson conceives this as a conscious resistance to authoritarianism, orthodoxy and monotheism—which has won the Yezidis harsh persecution over the centuries. They were targeted for genocide along with the Armenians by Ottoman authorities in World War I—and more recently at the hands of ISIS. They are still fighting for cultural survival and facing the threat of extinction today. Weinberg elaborates on the paradox of militant mysticism and what it means for the contemporary world, with examples of "heretical" Gnostic sects from the Balkan labyrinth. Listen on SoundCloud or via Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/countervortex Production by Chris Rywalt We ask listeners to donate just $1 per weekly podcast via Patreon -- or $2 for our new special offer! We now have 50 subscribers. If you appreciate our work, please become Number 51!
Block52 - Blockchain, Crypto Assets and DLT
In der heutigen Episode sprechen wir mit Louis Schulze, Podcast Host bei FUTUR3. Philipp Sandner spricht mit Louis über darüber, was das Web3 eigentlich ist. Außerdem sprechen Philipp und Louis darüber wie das Web3 den Konsumgütermarkt verändert hat und welche Veränderungen uns noch bevorstehen. Louis erzählt von seinen Bemühungen einen Weinberg zu tokenisieren, was er mit FUTUR3 tut und wo die Web3 Beratungen stecken.
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This week guest co-host Paul Weinberg (Twitter) fills in for Molly to gossip being a former HS theatre kid, Cher's younger boyfriend, people still hating on Britney Spears, why AJ is actually the hottest Backstreet Boy, a new podcast about how people throughout history had sex, a gripping documentary that unravels a Disney mystery, and more!Follow the podcast on Instagram (@gossipthatsgoodforyou) and TikTok (@gossipthatsgoodforyou).Email the podcast at email@example.com. Visit https://shopmy.us/gossipthatsgoodforyou for links to products mentioned on the show as well as Molly's personally curated shopping lists. LINKS:Disney Channel's Theme: A History Mystery - Documentary Your support is why we're able do the work to put out the podcast every week. https://plus.acast.com/s/gossipthatsgoodforyou. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Breaking It Down with Frank MacKay
The Florence Weinberg Show - Her Memoir 'Taste' Before Christmas by Frank MacKay
TV producer Eric Weinberg has been accused of heinous sexual crimes against multiple women after setting up a scheme where they thought they'd be showing up for a photoshoot, only to be sexually assaulted by the long time Hollywood insider. Weinberg has denied the claims.(commercial at 7:45)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/tv-producer-eric-weinberg-charged-with-multiple-counts-of-rape-and-sexual-battery/ar-AA12Em05?ocid=msedgdhp&pc=U531&cvid=042d9b1c5bf443b9a2e9c5f99ea6c114
Dr. Ian Weinberg is a pioneer in PsychoNeuroImmunology (PNI), which is the understanding of how our emotions, our thinking and our immune system work together - for good or bad.Dr. Weinberg presents to us a model of understanding on left brain dominant, right brain dominant and whole brain thinkers in the context of Covid. It is enlightening, and answers the persistent question of how can people become fixed in their thought and reject new data that challenges the hypothesis they have adopted as fact. Sure to bring many aha moments to all of you!Dr. Weinberg is a practicing Neurosurgeon in Johannesburg, SA, pioneer of PNI and Founder of the Triangles Model. Learn more about the mind-immune connection, and the patterns of thinking at: https://www.neuronostic.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Breaking It Down with Frank MacKay
The Florence Weinberg Show - Some Additional Thoughts On The Ukraine by Frank MacKay
Breaking It Down with Frank MacKay
The Florence Weinberg Show - Letters To Beto by Frank MacKay
Breaking It Down with Frank MacKay
The Florence Weinberg Show - Sinema by Frank MacKay
Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein
Join Shalom Klein on his weekly radio show, Get Down To Business with guests: Scott Rahn Dean Schroeder Christopher Greco Steve Weinberg
Pesi was raised a yeshivish orthodox Jew. He is a former missionary rabbi, a teacher, and is currently a therapist. On the side, he writes comedy and runs a social organization for people who have left fundamentalist religions or cults. #TheStephanDyerPodcast
As he prepares to retire at the end of 2022, Nationwide Marketing Group SVP of Business Services Rick Weinberg recaps a 30-plus-year career with the organization — and an even longer stint serving the independent retail community.
This episode of the Weinberg in the World Podcast features a conversation with Kian Gohar ‘98, who is currently the Founder and CEO of Geo-Lab and a best-selling author of “Competing in the New World of Work” after Graduating from Northwestern with Majors in History and Political Science. Kian shares stories about a Great Teacher, Working During College, Choir, Learning Skills, His First Job After Graduating, Participating in Fellowships, Deciding Between Different Post-Grad Options, Working at a Development Firm, His Book, Working During the Pandemic, Focusing on Key Tasks, and more! Timestamps: 00:45: Studies and Student Experience at Northwestern 3:30: Skills Learned from Extracurriculars 5:55: First Job After Graduation 8:05: Experience With Fellowships 11:30: Working at Geo-Lab 14:15: The Hybrid World of Work 17:45: How to Thrive in a World of Uncertainty 21:35: Teaching, Training, and Writing 27:00: Future Challenges and Goals 28:30: Networking
Kelly Cutrone is an author, television personality, and publicist. She is the CEO of the company, People's Revolution. Having tired of the PR life, Cutrone sold her half of Cutrone & Weinberg to her co-founder and spent a year and a half as a tarot card reader. Cutrone founded People's Revolution in 1996. In 2002, People's Revolution broke the record for the most shows produced in one day during New York Fashion Week. In February 2010, Cutrone executive produced Bravo's Kell on Earth, an eight-episode reality TV show about Cutrone and People's Revolution. The series followed Cutrone as she balanced running her own company and producing Fashion Weeks in New York and London as a single mother. Listen to this Takin' Care of Lady Business episode with Kelly Cutrone about the mistakes she made as an inexperienced founder so you don't also make them, creating and designing meaningful brands and stories, and the state of the fashion industry today. Here is what to expect on this week's show: How Kelly's company, People's Revolution, uses hyper engineering in their storytelling, press, and design efforts for the brands they represent Why she decided to participate in the reality TV program The Hills and reflections on what worked / what did not How to get through all the “noise” in the industry when it comes to campaigning and getting noticed The big mistakes Kelly made in creating her own business and how she would do it differently if all over again. Ask: “should I be paying them or should they be paying me?” The importance of understanding how the business side of a company works in order to make crucial decisions Connect with Kelly: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kellycutrone/?hl=en / @peoplesrevteam Twitter: @kellycutrone Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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(0:05) Intro(2:02) This week on Twitter(10:01) The FTC(13:41) What's next?(21:37) Other social platforms(23:57) Welcome back Zach Weinberg(27:56) Zach's take on FTX(43:17) Smart people don't get rich quick(44:52) Venture's culpability(51:35) Interest rates(54:48) Would DeFi have been better?(1:01:23) End of Web3?(1:07:43) Outro Show Notes:https://milkyeggs.com/?p=175https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/posts/xafpj3on76uRDoBja/the-ftx-future-fund-team-has-resigned-1?commentId=hpP8EjEt9zTmWKFRyMixed and edited: Justin HrabovskyProduced: Andrew Nadeau and Rashad AssirExecutive Producer: Josh MachizMusic: Griff Lawson
For two decades, producer Eric Weinberg moved from one job to the next. A Hollywood network vouched for him even after he was fired for repeated bad behavior.
This episode of the Weinberg in the World Podcast features a conversation with Liz Ott' 00, who is currently the President of Threespot after Graduating from Northwestern with a Psychology Major and an Economics Minor. Liz shares stories about her student experience, Learning and Developing Skills Through Work-Study, Her First Job and Career Path, Growing Within a Company, Finding the Right Space in an Industry, Advice for Getting into a Similar Field, the Value of her Northwestern Network, and the Value of Arts & Sciences Education! Timestamps: 00:45: Student Experience and Work-Study 4:10: Previous Jobs 8:45: Working at Threespot and Growing Your Career 15:00: Finding Threespot and the Company Vision 19:00: Advice for Students looking for Activist Work 21:00: Liz's Northwestern Network 24:35: The Value of Arts & Sciences Education
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This week I've had the pleasure of interviewing Carolyn Weinberg, Global Head of Product, ETF and Index Investments at Blackrock, the world's largest ETF provider. Carolyn oversees the commercialization and development of innovative products globally.At Blackrock, Carolyn's teams build new product lines, forge strategic partnerships, and create research in support of iShares growth priorities such as fixed income and sustainability. Before joining BlackRock in 2018, Carolyn created structured derivatives solutions for corporations at Citibank, where she was Head of the North America Corporate Solutions Group. Carolyn graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College in applied mathematics and earned an MBA from Harvard Business School.Carolyn has also been awarded a position on Barron's list of "100 Most Influential Women in U.S. Finance” three times which is an exceptional achievement. In this interview we discuss the expansive range of ETFs at Blackrock, going into detail on some of their most innovative products to date including floating rate and interest rate hedged fixed income ETFs. We'll discuss how to use these in your portfolio including why now is a very interesting time for Bonds. Enjoyblackrock.com ishares.com/us/resources/tools/core-builder# Thanks to Cofruition for consulting on and producing the podcast. Want further Opto insights? Check out our daily newsletter: https://www.cmcmarkets.com/en-gb/opto/newsletter------------------Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.CMC Markets is an execution-only service provider. The material (whether or not it states any opinions) is for general information purposes only and does not take into account your personal circumstances or objectives. Nothing in this material is (or should be considered to be) financial, investment, or other advice on which reliance should be placed. No opinion given in the material constitutes a recommendation by CMC Markets or the author that any particular investment, security, transaction, or investment strategy is suitable for any specific person.The material has not been prepared in accordance with legal requirements designed to promote the independence of investment research. Although we are not specifically prevented from dealing before providing this material, we do not seek to take advantage of the material prior to its dissemination.CMC Markets does not endorse or offer opinions on the trading strategies used by the author. Their trading strategies do not guarantee any return and CMC Markets shall not be held responsible for any loss that you may incur, either directly or indirectly, arising from any investment based on any information contained herein for any loss that you may incur, either directly or indirectly, arising from any investment based on any information contained herein.
Zack & Zo, joined by special guest Claire from Why the Flick? podcast, are in the courtroom to bare witness to a court marshal. A gifted JAG officer, Lt. Kaffee, has clients who are accused of murder and all the evidence points to their guilt, but spurred by his superior officer, Lt. Cdr. Galloway, and his co-counsel, Lt. Weinberg, Lt. Kaffee is encouraged to risk it all to prove that his clients are not guilty.Episode Segment Time StampsOpening Credits . . . . . . 00:12:06Favorite Parts . . . . . . . . 00:31:58Trivia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .00:20:28Critics' Thoughts . . . . . 01:37:46 Why The Flick? Links:Why the Flick? Podcast - https://anchor.fm/whytheflickInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/whytheflick/TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@whytheflickTwitter - https://twitter.com/whytheflickLetterboxd - https://letterboxd.com/whytheflick/ Back Look Cinema: The Podcast Links:www.backlookcinema.comEmail: email@example.comTwitter: @BackLookCinema - https://twitter.com/backlookcinemaFacebook: @BackLookCinemaPodcast - https://www.facebook.com/backlookcinemapodcastInstagram: @backlookcinemapodcast - https://instagram.com/backlookcinemapodcastTicTok: @backlookcinema - https://www.tiktok.com/@backlookcinemaBack Look Cinema Merch at Teespring.com (https://back-look-cinema-merch.creator-spring.com/)Back Look Cinema Merch at Teepublic.com (https://www.teepublic.com/user/back-look-cinema-podcast-merch?utm_source=designer&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=G1VQNMthhSg) Movie Lovers Unite YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/MovieLoversUnite/featuredSuicide and Crisis Hotline: Dial 988 - https://988lifeline.org/
"Toughest competitor and the biggest competitor, the one that's really the hardest to beat, is the decision to do nothing." - Steve Weinberg in today's Tip 1367 Who is your toughest and biggest competitor? Join the conversation at DailySales.Tips/1367 and learn more about Steve! Have feedback? Want to share a sales tip? Call or text the Sales Success Hotline: 512-777-1442 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Today's guest in the Expert Insight Interview is Steve Weinberg. He spent his life selling and helping others sell more and faster. He has over three decades of leadership experience in sales, most recently at Accuity, now part of LexisNexis Risk, Dun & Bradstreet, AC Nielsen, EDS, Deloitte, and Touche. Steve and Our host John Golden discuss his new book on sales success.
VIDEOS: CBDC infrastructure announced for America May 2023, first they need digital iD. Resist! (4:04) I Confronted Congresswoman AOC On Her Support For Nuclear War and Ukrainian Nazis (2:03) Tulsi Gabbard savages Democratic Party in exit announcement (1:00) You're Not Going To Believe This! | Mark Steyn & Eva Vlaardingerbroek – Dutch Farmers (8:45) New Rule: A Unified Theory of Wokeness | Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO) Folic Acid Supplement Linked With Reduction in Suicide Attempts and Self-Harm University Of Chicago, October 10, 2022 Study finds folic acid treatment is associated with decreased risk of suicide attempt. The common, inexpensive supplement was linked with a 44% reduction in suicide attempts and self-harm. With nearly 46,000 people in America dying by suicide in 2020, it is one of the leading causes of death in the US. To decrease the risk of suicide, experts recommend many strategies and treatments including psychotherapy, economic support, peer support, and medications such as antidepressants. Few if any would be likely to put folic acid supplements on that list. However, an eye-opening study recent conducted at the University of Chicago may change that. The study, published on in JAMA Psychiatry, used data from the health insurance claims of 866,586 patients. It investigated the relationship between folic acid treatment and suicide attempts over a two-year period. They found that patients who filled prescriptions for folic acid, also known as vitamin B9, experienced a 44% reduction in suicidal events (suicide attempts and intentional self-harm). Robert Gibbons, PhD, the lead author of the study, is hopeful that these findings could improve suicide prevention efforts, especially because of how accessible folic acid is. He is the Blum-Riese Professor of Biostatistics and Medicine at the University of Chicago. “There are no real side effects, it doesn't cost a lot of money, you can get it without a prescription,” Gibbons said. “This could potentially save tens of thousands of lives.” To investigate and further confirm the relationship between folic acid and suicide risk, Gibbons and his co-authors did this new study and focused specifically on folic acid, and accounted for many possible confounding factors, including age, sex, mental health diagnoses, other central nervous system drugs, conditions that affect folic acid metabolism, and more. Even after adjusting for all these factors, filling a prescription for folic acid was still associated with a decreased risk of attempting suicide. They even found that the longer a person took folic acid, the lower their risk of suicide attempt tended to be. Each month of being prescribed folic acid was associated with an additional 5% decrease in risk of suicide attempt during the 24-month follow-up period of their study. It also occurred to the authors that maybe people who take vitamin supplements, in general, want to improve their health and would thus be less likely to attempt suicide. To address this possibility, they did a similar analysis with another supplement, vitamin B12, as a negative control. But unlike folic acid, there didn't seem to be any relationship between vitamin B12 and risk of suicide. Zinc is cancer's worst enemy: This mineral is key to preventing cancer, scientists conclude University of Texas Arlington, October 3, 2022 Researchers from the University of Texas at Arlington have discovered the important role zinc can play in preventing cancer, especially the esophageal variety. Although past studies had indicated zinc had a protective effect on the esophagus when it comes to cancer, it wasn't clear why. A team of researchers led by Associate Professor of Nursing Zui Pan found that zinc has the incredibly useful ability to selectively stop the growth of cancerous cells while leaving normal esophageal epithelial cells intact. The researchers say their finding could help improve treatment for esophageal cancer and even provide some insight into how it might be prevented. Pan pointed out that many cancer patients have a zinc deficiency. It's a significant discovery; esophageal cancer is now the sixth-leading cause of cancer death in humans globally, and the average five-year survival rate for those with the disease is less than 20 percent. Zinc deficiency is a serious problem. It's needed for many of the proteins and enzymes in the body, and a lack of zinc can prevent cells from functioning properly, leading to the development of not only cancer but also other diseases. Zinc is also important for immune function and proper wound healing. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), adult men need 11 milligrams per day, while women need 8 milligrams. It's important not to go overboard, however; the NIH reports that zinc toxicity can cause adverse health effects, such as vomiting, diarrhea, headaches, and nausea. Listen! Birdsong is good for mental health Max Planck Institute for Human Development, October 13, 2022 When you next hear cheerful twittering of birds, you should stop and listen. Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Human Development and the Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE) have shown that birdsong reduces anxiety and irrational thoughts. Their findings are published in the journal Scientific Reports. In the study, the researchers examined how traffic noise and birdsong affect mood, paranoia, and cognitive functioning by carrying out a randomized online experiment with 295 participants. These individuals heard six minutes of either typical traffic noise or birdsong with varying numbers of different traffic sounds or birdsongs. Before and after hearing the sound clips, the participants filled in questionnaires assessing their mental health and performed cognitive tests. The present study suggests that listening to birdsong reduces anxiety and paranoia in healthy participants. Birdsong did not appear to have an influence on depressive states in this experiment. Traffic noise, however, generally worsened depressive states, especially if the audio clip involved many different kinds of traffic sounds. The positive influence of birdsong on mood is already known, but to the best of the authors' knowledge, this study is the first to reveal an effect on paranoid states. This was independent of whether the birdsong came from two or more different bird species. The researchers also found that neither birdsong nor traffic noise influenced cognitive performance. In the researchers' view, the explanation for these effects is that birdsong is a subtle indication of an intact natural environment, detracting attention from stressors that could otherwise signal an acute threat. Taken together, the results suggest interesting avenues for further research and applications, such as the active manipulation of background noise in different situations or the examination of its influence on patients with diagnosed anxiety disorders or paranoia. Vegetable hormone helps reverse brain alterations caused by high-fat diets, obesity University of Jaume I (Spain), October 8, 2022 The Neurobiotechnology research team of the Universitat Jaume I (UJI) in Castellón, Spain, headed by professor Ana María Sánchez, has proven the positive effects of a vegetable hormone, helping reverse brain alterations caused by high-fat diets, type-2 diabetes, obesity and physical inactivity. “We have verified how a vegetable hormone, abscisic acid in green leafy plants, is able to counter the deleterious effects that a high-fat diet has on the central nervous system,” explains Ana María Sánchez. By making use of this molecule, expressed in plants, on an animal model with neuroinflammation induced by a high-fat diet, the results of the study “have shown that the alterations on the expression of some genes would be reversed, as well as alterations in the creation process of new neurons – neurogenesis -, while we also noted a decrease of the inflammation markers in the brain,” adds the UJI professor. The study carried out in the UJI analyzed the expression of several genes related to the insulin signaling pathway together with the expression of genes which act as neuroinflammation markers with quantitative PCR. This way, as researcher Alberto Ribes Navarro argues, “we have been able to prove that the expression of proteins required for the proper functioning of insulin (the IRS) decreases in neuroinflammatory situations induced by a high-fat diet.” “With the addition of abscisic acid to the high-fat diet it is possible to recover the expression of these genes, even reaching normal levels”, he adds. With a high-fat diet they noticed alterations to cognitive functions, which were also recovered with the vegetable hormone treatment. Diets High in Processed Fiber May Increase Cancer Risk University Of Toledo, October 13, 2022 The study found that men who had high processed fiber intake and high blood bile acid levels had a 40% higher risk of liver cancer. Fiber-enriched foods are often consumed by many individuals to promote weight loss and fend against chronic diseases like cancer and diabetes. Consuming highly refined fiber, however, may raise the risk of liver cancer in certain people, especially those with a silent vascular deformity, according to a recent study from The University of Toledo. “We have worked for a long time on this idea that all diseases start from the gut,” said Dr. Matam Vijay-Kumar, a professor in the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology in the College of Medicine and Life Sciences and the paper's senior author. “This study is a notable advancement of that concept. It also provides clues that may help identify individuals at a higher risk for liver cancer and potentially enable us to lower that risk with simple dietary modifications.” Vijay-Kumar's team published a major paper in the journal Cell in 2018 that revealed a large proportion of mice with immune system defects developed liver cancer after being given an inulin-fortified diet. Inulin is a refined, plant-based fermentable fiber that is sold in supermarkets as a health-promoting prebiotic. Additionally, it is often found in processed foods.The findings raised real questions about the potential risks of certain refined fibers, but only now do we understand why the mice were developing such aggressive cancer.” The new study offers a clear explanation — and may have implications that go beyond laboratory animals. As the team furthered its investigation, the researchers discovered all mice that developed malignant tumors had high concentrations of bile acids in their blood caused by a previously unnoticed congenital defect called a portosystemic shunt. While all mice with excess bile acids in their blood were predisposed to liver injury, only those fed inulin progressed to hepatocellular carcinoma, a deadly primary liver cancer. Remarkably, 100% of the mice with high bile acids in their blood went on to develop cancer when fed inulin. None of the mice with low bile acids developed cancer when fed the same diet. Dietary inulin is good in subduing inflammation, but it can be subverted into causing immunosuppression, which is not good for the liver. Theorizing that high bile acid levels might serve as a viable marker for liver cancer risk, Vijay-Kumar's team tested bile acid levels in serum samples collected between 1985 and 1988 as part of a large-scale cancer prevention study. The research team also sought to examine the relationship between fiber consumption, bile acid levels, and liver cancer in humans. There are two basic types of naturally occurring dietary fiber, soluble and insoluble. Soluble fibers are fermented by gut bacteria into short-chain fatty acids. Insoluble fibers pass through the digestive system unchanged. Intriguingly, researchers found high total fiber intake reduced the risk of liver cancer by 29% in those whose serum bile acid levels were in the lowest quartile of their sample. However, in men whose blood bile acid levels placed them in the top quarter of the sample, high fiber intake conferred a 40% increased risk of liver cancer. What kinds of exercise can boost long-term memory? Georgia Institute of Technology October 5, 2022 Think that improving your memory is all brain training and omega-3 supplements? Think again. A study from researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta suggests that working out at the gym for as little as 20 minutes can improve long-term memory. Previous studies have shown that memory may be improved by several months of aerobic exercises, such as running, cycling or swimming. However, the findings of the new study – published in the journal Acta Psychologica – demonstrate that a similar memory boost can be achieved in a much shorter period. “Our study indicates that people don't have to dedicate large amounts of time to give their brain a boost,” says Lisa Weinberg who led the project. As well as looking at aerobic exercise, Weinberg's team also examined how resistance exercise – weightlifting, push-ups and sit-ups – might affect memory. The team recruited 46 participants (29 women and 17 men), who were randomly assigned into two groups. For the first part of the experiment, all participants viewed a series of 90 images on a computer screen. These images were split evenly been photographs that had been classed “positive,” “neutral,” and “negative.” These ranged from pictures of children playing on a waterslide, to photographs of clocks, to images of mutilated bodies. The participants were asked to try and remember as many of them as they could. Next, the participants were randomized into “active” and “passive” groups and seated at leg extension resistance exercise machines. The active group were told to extend and contract each leg 50 times, at their personal maximum effort. The passive group were told to simply sit in the chair and allow the machine to move their legs. Two days later, the participants were again shown the original 90 images they had seen previously, but this time they were mixed in with 90 new photos that the participants had not seen before. The researchers found about 50% of the original photos were recalled by the passive group, while the active group remembered about 60% of the images. All of the participants were better at recalling the positive and negative images than the neutral images, but this was even more true for the active participants.
How can marketers navigate “the blessing and the curse” of an overwhelming number of opportunities? Lauren Weinberg, Global Head of Marketing and Communications at Square, discusses her focus on strategic prioritization and burnout prevention. She shares her evolution as a leader over the past five years and provides insights into how the leadership team collaborates. Tune in to learn:Balancing opportunity with burnout prevention (5:05)How to evolve as a leader (11:30)Balancing function and emotion in campaigns (24:40)Mentions:SoFi StadiumMarketing Trends is brought to you by Salesforce Marketing Cloud. For more great marketing insights, sign up for The Marketing Moments newsletter. You'll get ideas to help you build better customer relationships, invites to upcoming events, and access to the latest industry research. Subscribe at https://sforce.co/MarketingMoments
Join us after hours at Dr. Bryan A. Cotton's pop-up bourbon bar at the AAST 2022 Meeting in Chicago. In this FANTASTIC & FUN episode, we talk amongst friends about cutting edge research at this year's meeting. To no one's surprise, coagulopathy, damage control resuscitation, whole blood, and factor replacement therapy just happen to be but a few of the topics discussed on Rounds.Time Stamps:00:12 AAST 2022 - Intro00:42 Sex diamoprhisms in coagulation01:52 Hemostatic profiles of female donors02:48 Pediatric whole blood (WB) is safe03:10 WB for TBI03:31 Leukoreduction is unnecessary05:30 TXA, TEG and trauma06:44 STAAMP trial07:21 TXA: go early, big or go home07:52 Calcium...early!09:33 Canadian perspective on TXA and TEG – Neil Perry from London, ON11:25 Nori Bradley from Edmonton, AB13:53 Jordan Weinberg, not Canadian – Phoenix, AZ16:12 Issues with WB – COMBAT vs PAMPer17:31 Cold stored platelets18:22 Rapid transfusers and whole blood: Only the strong survive!!19:42 How are we doing with our resuscitation? 1:1:1 is just the beginning, not the end!21:44 Timing is everything!23:38 Plasma first resuscitation: “…God damn good!” -BAC24:37 Dr. Joshua B. Brown - Pittsburgh, PA25:31 More Canadian perspectives with Perry and Bradley29:48 Less is best!31:27 Prothrombin complex concentrate: Yay or nay?32:18 More on the endotheliopathy of trauma33:38 Just messing around and having a blast34:22 What was the best bourbon tonight?References:CRASH-2 trial collaborators, Shakur H, Roberts I, Bautista R, Caballero J, Coats T, Dewan Y, El-Sayed H, Gogichaishvili T, Gupta S, Herrera J, Hunt B, Iribhogbe P, Izurieta M, Khamis H, Komolafe E, Marrero MA, Mejía-Mantilla J, Miranda J, Morales C, Olaomi O, Olldashi F, Perel P, Peto R, Ramana PV, Ravi RR, Yutthakasemsunt S. Effects of tranexamic acid on death, vascular occlusive events, and blood transfusion in trauma patients with significant haemorrhage (CRASH-2): a randomised, placebo-controlled trial. Lancet. 2010 Jul 3;376(9734):23-32. doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(10)60835-5. Epub 2010 Jun 14. PMID: 20554319.Gruen DS, Guyette FX, Brown JB, Okonkwo DO, Puccio AM, Campwala IK, Tessmer MT, Daley BJ, Miller RS, Harbrecht BG, Claridge JA, Phelan HA, Neal MD, Zuckerbraun BS, Yazer MH, Billiar TR, Sperry JL. Association of Prehospital Plasma With Survival in Patients With Traumatic Brain Injury: A Secondary Analysis of the PAMPer Cluster Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA Netw Open. 2020 Oct 1;3(10):e2016869. doi: 10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2020.16869. PMID: 33057642; PMCID: PMC7563075.Guyette FX, Brown JB, Zenati MS, Early-Young BJ, Adams PW, Eastridge BJ, Nirula R, Vercruysse GA, O'Keeffe T, Joseph B, Alarcon LH, Callaway CW, Zuckerbraun BS, Neal MD, Forsythe RM, Rosengart MR, Billiar TR, Yealy DM, Peitzman AB, Sperry JL; STAAMP Study Group. Tranexamic Acid During Prehospital Transport in Patients at Risk for Hemorrhage After Injury: A Double-blind, Placebo-Controlled, Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA Surg. 2020 Oct 5;156(1):11–20. doi: 10.1001/jamasurg.2020.4350. Epub ahead of print. Erratum in: JAMA Surg. 2021 Jan 1;156(1):105. PMID: 33016996; PMCID: PMC7536625.Moore HB, Moore EE, Chapman MP, McVaney K, Bryskiewicz G, Blechar R, Chin T, Burlew CC, Pieracci F, West FB, Fleming CD, Ghasabyan A, Chandler J, Silliman CC, Banerjee A, Sauaia A. Plasma-first resuscitation to treat haemorrhagic shock during emergency ground transportation in an urban area: a randomised trial. Lancet. 2018 Jul 28;392(10144):283-291. doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(18)31553-8. Epub 2018 Jul 20. PMID: 30032977; PMCID: PMC6284829.Pusateri AE, Moore EE, Moore HB, Le TD, Guyette FX, Chapman MP, Sauaia A, Ghasabyan A, Chandler J, McVaney K, Brown JB, Daley BJ, MSupport the show