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A podcast dedicated to all things quantitative, ranging from the relevant to the highly irrelevant. Co-hosts Patrick Curran and Greg Hancock talk about serious statistical topics, but without taking themselves too seriously. Think: CarTalk hi-jacked by the two grumpy old guys from the Muppets, grousing about quantitative methods, statistics, and data analysis, all presented to you with the production value of a 6th grade school project. But in a good way.
 
The Crazy One helps you find new insights and breakthroughs in your career, creativity, and leadership. In every episode, Stephen Gates gives you honest and actionable insights taken from his experience leading global in-house and agency creative teams, building multiple Fortune 100 brands, and working as InVision’s Chief Design Evangelist coaching and working with companies ranging from small start-ups to some of the world's biggest and innovative companies. Recognized with 2020 Webby Award ...
 
We talk to political scientists about what field research looks like on the ground. In each episode, we bring on expert guests to discuss different ethical and logistical aspects of the field research process, based on the book we co-edited with the same title: Stories From the Field: A Guide to Navigating Fieldwork in Political Science (Columbia University Press, 2020).
 
Circle of Willis is a podcast for and about the scientists, authors, journalists, and even a few mystics, who make and communicate science for all of us. Circle of Willis is brought to you by VQR, the Center for Media and Citizenship, and WTJU FM in Charlottesville, VA. We're also a proud member of the Virginia Audio Collective. Find out more at virginiaaudio.org.
 
A growth mindset is the belief that you can do anything if you work for it. Your host Sam Harris finds remarkable individuals doing extraordinary things and breaks the processes down to show how anyone can achieve anything. Sam has launched several businesses, travelled the world, and nearly died a few times, all in the spirit of curiosity and adventure. Some highlights include touring North Korea to hitch-hiking across Kazakhstan. He brings his insatiable appetite for learning to the podcas ...
 
** Interested in subscribing to Rabbi Haim Ovadia's weekday emails on Jewish Law? Please send an email to rabbiovadia613@gmail.com with your full name, location, and a bit about yourself. How does a Rabbi weigh his responsibility to Jewish law, to the sensitivities of the people involved. Difficult questions are usually never black and white. We discuss intricate questions asked to Sephardic and Ashkanazi Rabbis of current and past generations and their responses. What was the philosophy beh ...
 
The Modern Selling podcast, hosted by Mario Martinez, Jr., is the go-to podcast for sales leaders, sales professionals, business owners, sales enablement leaders, and anyone responsible for generating revenue. Mario's guests are practitioners in the trenches, experts in their profession and influencers who are leveraging modern selling techniques to inspire you to create more sales conversations with your target buyer!
 
Learn how to systematically and consistently create profound innovation. Break through traditional thinking! Scott Amyx is a globally renowned expert in product innovation that integrates exponential technologies, out-of-the-box thinking and proven science and research methodologies to create breakthrough new innovations for organizations. On his Forbes column and now on this podcast, he shares research-based best practices on how to generate profound, new-to-the-world innovations that have ...
 
My name is Rabbi Matt Schneeweiss, and this is the hub for all of my shiurim (classes) on Tefilah (Prayer) and related topics, such as Tehilim (Psalms) and Berachos (Blessings)! The shiurim I upload here are given in a variety of formats with different lengths and intended for different audiences. The common theme which unites all of these shiurim is our focus on strengthening our relationship with Hashem through Avodah she'ba'Lev (Service of the Heart). If you have any questions feel free t ...
 
The show where we invite wonderful human beings to have a lightning-fast conversation about Devs, Ops and other Mythical Creatures. The show where each episode only lasts 15 minutes and we are focused on asking only 3 questions. So it’s short and sweet? Why? Well, because if there’s one thing we know it’s that great delivery comes in small batches.
 
My name is Rabbi Matt Schneeweiss. My goal as a Torah educator is not merely to teach my students my OWN hashkafah. Rather, my goal is to equip them with the foundations, the methodological training, and the tools which will enable them to arrive at their OWN understanding of Judaism and cultivate their OWN relationship with Hashem and His Torah. This podcast is devoted to the shiurim I give which are geared specifically towards that end. As such, the range of topics covered here will be div ...
 
We spend 70% of our waking hours at work, yet so many of us are left dissatisfied and unhappy. It's about time we challenge this and make work a tool for your personal and professional growth. Join Mindvalley’s Jason Campbell, as he plugs you directly into the minds of the world’s best authors, peak performers, and workplace experts to hack the code of becoming ‘Superhumans At Work’
 
Since 1998, The Contaminated Site Clean-Up Information (CLU-IN) website has presented Internet Seminars covering a wide variety of technical topics related to hazardous waste characterization, monitoring, and remediation. For select seminar topics offered since 2012, we are making complete video recordings available through our archives. This feed contains all video seminars archived in the last 12 months. For a complete list of seminars archived since 2000, please visit http://www.clu-in.or ...
 
Welcome to Innovation+ Talks. Each week our host, Paul Heller talks at the executive level about how strategic innovation and new product development are essential for thriving in the modern marketplace. Paul is regularly joined by top executives and cross-industry thought leaders who share their unique insights and key learnings garnered from decades of experience.
 
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In this week's Lomdeha Friday Seminar (5/14/21) I gave Part 1 of my "How to Learn Tehilim" shiur, which I gave in yeshiva earlier this year. There are some minor tweaks to the presentation here and there, but the core of it is the same. I figured I'd still record it and upload it anyway. ---------- If you missed the other crash-course on "How to Le…
 
Multiple types of bias and an over reliance on caregiver reports have clouded research on the effectiveness of early interventions for autism for nearly three decadesThe post "https://www.spectrumnews.org/news/methodological-issues-plague-studies-of-early-autism-interventions/ Methodological issues plague studies of early autism interventions appea…
 
In tonight's Chumash Methodology shiur (given at YBT on 5/5/21) I undertook the daunting task of attempting to convey to my talmidim the impact that Bruce Lee has had on my personal derech. Although I've quoted Bruce Lee's teachings here and there over the course of the year, I've never really devoted time to explaining exactly how his teachings ha…
 
“A masterminding is just a deeper level of understanding, where networking can take you.” Networking without structure had its time. Now we enter a new model that truly allows you to grow and learn as a team. On this live call, a global expert on business strategy and effective networking Gil Petersil talks to Jason Marc Campbell about the power of…
 
Gardens at the Frontier: New Methodological Perspectives on Garden History and Designed Landscapes (Routledge, 2019) addresses broad issues of interest to architectural historians, environmental historians, garden writers, geographers, and other scholars. It uses different disciplinary perspectives to explore garden history’s thematic, geographical…
 
Jennifer, Scott, and Carlos are joined by Manuela Mosca, Professor of History of Economic Thought at the University of Salento in Italy. The conversation is focused on Professor Mosca's work on the role that concepts of power have played in economics, especially her book, Monopoly Power and Competition: The Italian Marginalist Perspective, which wo…
 
The Air Force’s software development platform Cloud One is too vendor heavy - Cloud One has only 20 federal and military employees out of a staff of 275. But it’s not just about numbers, it’s ensuring the employees have the right skillsets to manage a DevSecOps environment as well as work in a healthy environment. Nicolas Chaillan, the Air Force’s …
 
The Korean War is now America's seminal war. It was the first war conducted with the new United Nations, the first war fought against the Chinese Communists, and the first modern war the US didn't win. Louis Nelson designed the mural wall at the Korean Veterans Memorial on the Mall in Washington DC. His just published memoir, Mosaic: War Monument M…
 
The Business of Architecture: Your Guide to a Financially Successful Firm (Routledge, 2017) is the essential guide to understanding the critical fundamentals to succeed as an architect. Written by successful architects for architects everywhere, this book shows the architecture industry from a corporate business perspective, refining the approach t…
 
For those of us in the trenches, it is obvious that buying and selling has changed significantly due to Covid and the shift to virtual selling. But what does the research say about these changes and what can we do to overcome the new challenges? To answer this question, I have an amazing guest in this episode of The Modern Selling Podcast, Andee Ha…
 
“When you're ready kind of at maximum capacity, you choose the path of least resistance.” Things can be pretty overwhelming at work. But what if you had the right tools to get more done in less time? Our guest today is a serial entrepreneur with a passion for creating companies that disrupt the way people live. Nicholas Sonnenberg is the co-founder…
 
America's Breakthrough Coach - Brian Brio No matter what industry you’re involved in, we are in the breakthrough business. Every day we seek to breakthrough with customers to generate loyalty, satisfaction, and relationship. The key to lasting success in business is breaking through with your own team members so they eagerly embrace personal respon…
 
In the late nineteenth century, as humans came to realize that our rapidly industrializing and globalizing societies were driving other animal species to extinction, a movement to protect and conserve them was born. In Beloved Beasts: Fighting for Life in an Age of Extinction (Norton, 2021), acclaimed science journalist Michelle Nijhuis traces the …
 
Welcome to openSAP Invites! I’m your host Elisabeth Riemann and today, we’re learning all about DevOps with SAP experts Dirk Lehmann and Boris Zarske. Dirk and Boris demystify the term DevOps and explain in refreshingly practical terms what it actually means and how by adopting this approach, we can increase the all-important agility and quality of…
 
In tonight's Tehilim shiur (5/11/20 at YBT) we continued learning the first perek of Tehilim with the commentary of the Meiri. After reviewing what we said before, we hacked our way through the rest of his commentary on 1:3-4. We didn't get as many profound ideas this time as we did in the last two sessions, but that's how these things sometimes go…
 
“Vision comes when your conscious awareness of a problem you want to solve reaches its peak.” Having a vision and being able to make it a reality differentiates leaders from managers. When there is no vision, no amount of effort or money can help. The vision code illuminates the process of defining and following through on a vision, which will beco…
 
Everything you use, from your home to your smartphone, from highways to supermarkets, was designed by someone. What did they get right? Where did they go wrong? And what can we learn from how these experts think that can help us improve our own lives? In How Design Makes The World, bestselling author and designer Scott Berkun reveals how designers,…
 
In the final episode of Season 2, Greg and Patrick enlist the help of colleagues in a conversation about the joys and challenges of being a good mentor. Along the way they also discuss Cinco de Cuatro, Fozzie Bear, trash compactors and rubber snakes, pitchers at Linda's, giant jugs of wine, meeting the dog, someone in the control tower, 20 to life,…
 
Welcome to Iteration, a podcast about programming, development, and design. John Intro — My name is John and I am a software developer for a home services startup. JP Intro — Hi, I'm JP and I am a software developer. What makes a good 1:1 (IC perspective)? JP a manager who listens JP clear action items for problems What makes a good 1:1 (Manager pe…
 
For this episode, we're joined by Siobhan Kelleher, also known as @Secure_Coffee. Siobhan's day job is in higher ed but she got introduced to OSINT by joining in to a Trace Labs Capture the Flag competition at the 2019 Layer 8 Conference. She has worked in sales, so she's also always had a knack for social engineering, plus it appears to run in her…
 
People who experience an autism-specific form of anxiety also tend to have an unusually small amygdala, a brain region associated with emotion processing and fear, according to a new unpublished study. The post Anxiety specific to autism linked to amygdala differences appeared first on Spectrum | Autism Research News.…
 
Chris Colbert has helped build and run several domestic and international companies focused on innovation and business optimization. He was previously EVP for Strategy Scholastic’s core publishing business, which he left in 2014 to explore the world of higher education and technology-enabled learning systems for adults. He was the Managing Director…
 
Many countries have proposed a Carbon Tax as a means to combat climate change. The principle behind it is that carbon emissions pose an externality to people's health and as such need to priced into the cost of goods. Theoretically, this would encourage people to buy goods that have a lower carbon content, as that would be reflected in a lower pric…
 
Pastor Brien gives a talk at Revolution Minneapolis on how Love is the central theme and teaching of Jesus. In this talk entitled, "What's Love got to do with it," we explore how we love our neighbor and how love is the crux of how we need to live with one another. Enjoy Find us on IG: @sacredmn @revolutionchurchmpls @roguetheologian Recorded 5/2/2…
 
In this week's Lomdeha Friday Seminar (5/7/21) I gave over a presentation that I've given every year in my hashkafah class in Shalhevet (a"h). The foundation of this presentation was a series of shiurim given by Rabbi Fox at Northwest Yeshiva High School a number of years ago in which he identified three schools of thought (or trends) in Jewish thi…
 
Parks and recreation systems have evolved in remarkable ways over the past two decades. No longer just playgrounds and ballfields, parks and open spaces have become recognized as essential green infrastructure with the potential to contribute to community resiliency and sustainability. To capitalize on this potential, the parks and recreation syste…
 
In tonight's Tehilim shiur (5/6/20 at YBT) we continued learning the first perek of Tehilim with the commentary of the Meiri. We finished the first pasuk (about what to avoid), learned the second pasuk (about what to strive for), and made it halfway through the third pasuk (about the beneficial results). Do we feel bad about our pace? Not at all! E…
 
What can sales leaders learn from cybersecurity awareness? A lot! My guest in this episode of the Modern Selling Podcast is Perry Carpenter, author of Transformational Security Awareness: What Neuroscientists, Storytellers, and Marketers Can Teach Us About Driving Secure Behaviors, and he brings some great insights for sales leaders and marketers. …
 
“You got to look deep within and find problems you can solve.” Entrepreneurs play an essential role in the economy, and they are using the skills and initiative necessary to anticipate needs and bring good new ideas to market. And they know it is not easy to stand out in the business world. But worry not, John Lee Dumas, widely regarded as one of t…
 
A drug that prevents an enzyme from breaking down a key molecule involved in learning and memory improved cognition and behavior in a small study of men with fragile X syndrome.The post https://www.spectrumnews.org/news/drug-boosts-cognition-in-men-with-fragile-x-syndrome Drug boosts cognition in men with fragile X syndrome appeared first on https:…
 
Welcome to a special Thought Leaders episode with Dr. Gail Gazelle, a highly sought-after and in-demand physician, coach, and speaker who is dedicated to helping others build everyday resilience. This is a powerful episode in which Dr. Gazelle shares her extensive knowledge and coaching experience to help us embrace a growth mindset, develop our em…
 
Miko is a General Partner with Gumi Ventures, a US $30M investment fund focused early stage blockchain startups and a cofounder of crypto exchange Evercoin. Miko ignited his passion for open source software 25 years ago as chief Evangelist for the Java Language and Platform at Sun Microsystems. Since then he has been building open source software s…
 
In tonight's Tehilim shiur (5/4/20 at YBT) we continued learning the first perek of Tehilim. However, I decided that the Meiri had a smoother and more accessible approach - at least, for our purposes - so we jumped ship on the Ibn Ezra and began afresh with the Meiri, after reviewing the pesukim and questions from last time. Although we didn't even…
 
“You're only going to train hard if you have a date on your calendar.” After building a multimillion-dollar business in college and creating a Wall Street trading firm, Joe de Sena began competing in any extreme sports adventure he could find, testing his mental and physical endurance to the limit. On this live call, Jason Marc Campbell and CEO of …
 
Teaching Landscape: The Studio Experience (Routledge, 2019) gathers a range of expert contributions from across the world to collect best-practice examples of teaching landscape architecture studios. This is the companion volume to The Routledge Handbook of Teaching Landscape in the two-part set initiated by the European Council of Landscape Archit…
 
In this episode Patrick and Greg construct a deconstruction of the construct of construct validity. Constructively. Along the way they also discuss Jacques, sheep STDs, Bill Clinton, college admissions, touching a giant turtle, butwinking, cadaver bingo, nomological networks, teen spirit, playing drop-the-hanky, ticket to the prom, and lipstick on …
 
We often hear that Stage Gate equates to Phase Gate and that it is tied to development. If you search Wikipedia, you are directed to something called the Phase Gate Process. The article explains it as “a phased approach for making investment decisions” but then cites Phase Gate as something NASA created for development and defines Stage Gate as a v…
 
Welcome to Iteration, a podcast about programming, development, and design. John Intro — My name is John and I am a software developer for a home services startup. JP Intro — Hi, I'm JP and I am a software developer. Context: John ran an agency for a couple years with a few developers + Designers, now runs a team of 12(ish) developers + Designers F…
 
The main organizers of the Collegiate SECTF include Temple University's CARE Lab of Professor Aunshul Rege, Rachel Bleiman and Katorah Williams, plus Patrick Laverty from Layer 8 Conference. In this episode, the team discusses the origins of the SECTF, how it works, who can compete, as well as the impressions of the competition by graduate students…
 
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