Thoughtworks public
[search 0]
More

Download the App!

show episodes
 
As a Certified Sex & Marriage Coach, and a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Amanda Louder helps conservative Christian women love their sex life! In this podcast, Amanda helps women embrace their sexuality so that they can become the woman they were created to be. She teaches you how to integrate sexuality into your marriage in a loving and healthy way, get rid of the drama and negative emotions around sex in your marriage, and develop a better relationship to yours ...
 
The End of the Day Podcast is a mindset podcast for people who feel stuck in life and desperately want something more. Each week I explore different ways we hold ourselves back, and how mindset tools can help us work through our thoughts so we can start taking action and start living the lives we want.
 
Outside the White Box is a podcast for life coaches, thought work devotees, and anyone else interested in how the self-development industry can uplevel its teaching to meet the demands of a complicated multicultural world. Brought to you by the creators of the UnF*ck Your Brain podcast and the Joyful Marketing podcast, Outside the White Box will weave together unofficial expertise in history, sociology, anthropology and thought work to challenge the "white box" of mainstream self-development ...
 
D
DevelopersHangout

1
DevelopersHangout

Nathan Kirschbaum && Alfred Nutile

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Monthly
 
Developers get together as often as possible and discuss topics about coding and all that comes with it. These topics range from what we are reading, latest news, and comments about other podcasts we have listened to. "It’s like Car Talk for developers" @ericjsilva
 
Join these conversations with agile leaders – executives, business leaders and experts from all sectors come together and share practical leadership insights around leading in today’s workplaces after reading '8 Paradoxes of Leadership Agility.' They will be sharing some strategic advice on you can pivot and use the agile mindset to develop a leadership style that's more future-proof, make sense of the complexities and lead with authenticity and ease.
 
Loading …
show series
 
In the past decade, NoSQL has gone from being an interesting experiment to becoming business critical. We catch up with Martin Fowler and Pramod Sadalage, co-authors of NoSQL Distilled, to understand why the database technology took off and where it’s proven its capabilities in the enterprise and how thinking around issues such as persistence model…
 
It’s all about context. We all want to feel emotionally connected to our spouse but are we sabotaging that with what we’re thinking about and focusing on? When you’re working on the mountain of laundry and your husband starts to help you, do you think, “He’s so supportive!” Or do you think, “It’s about time!” Context! And sex is all about context. …
 
As coaches, we know that our thoughts create our results, right? But in order to coach our clients effectively on their thoughts, we have to understand the CONTEXT from which these thoughts emerged. Someone whose cultural history involves persecution and multigenerational trauma may not resonate with the coaching that “everything will happen as it’…
 
Have you ever heard the phrase that a woman is like a race car? It isn’t that far from the truth. Our bodies were created with systems. And those systems are constantly scanning the environment for things that will press on our sexual accelerators or stomp on the brakes. The key is to figure out how to use that system to increase your sexual desire…
 
Many coaches believe that once they become certified, they will be equipped with the tools to coach anyone on anything. It’s a lovely thought, but maybe not so helpful when you’re in your tenth session with a client who just stares at you blankly as you try to explain, for the 50th time, how their thoughts are creating their results and why that’s …
 
Garments aren’t sexy. It’s just the truth of the matter! But we are taught that they are an outward symbol of an inward commitment so maybe it’s time that we look at them differently. Symbols are arbitrary - they only hold the meaning that we assign them. So in this episode, we talk about some ways that we can change how we look at our garments, wh…
 
Intellectually most of us want lots of constructive feedback. But we also often avoid asking for it and can become emotionally distraught when we believe we’ve received some. Why do so many of us experience this paradox? In this episode we’re going to talk about the Feedback Paradox, one of the ways the messages you’ve been socialized with might be…
 
In today’s modern distributed systems are by their very nature complex. The decisions you need to make — around the wiring of your services, what size should the services be, and how should they call one another — are uniquely complex. In Software Architecture: the hard parts, the authors explore the rough edges of software architecture and look at…
 
Coaching tools didn’t descend from the heavens. They were developed by humans whose social context impacted the way they saw the world and their clients, including what they even viewed as a “problem” to be solved in the first place. In other words, those coaching modalities that you know and love? Yeah, those were made up. Before you abandon all m…
 
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve heard about the 5 Love Languages and how you need to figure out what your spouse’s love language is and give them love in that way. Now, there is some truth to this, but I also think that it often becomes a way to keep score to see who is the better partner. That’s not good for you or your marriage. In…
 
Do you understand how the legacies of slavery, colonialism, and genocide have shaped the world we live in? If not, you are missing an incredible opportunity to deepen your coaching and serve your clients and the world. In this episode, coaches Kara Loewentheil and Simone Seol will teach you how you can avoid whitewashing your coaching by understand…
 
UNICEF USA implemented a technology strategy to create a consistent donor experience and put the supporter at the center of their operations. Their technology work meant that during a crisis like COVID, the nonprofit could quickly adapt their operations, workforce and donor relations. Andy Rhodes, CIO for UNICEF USA, shares details of their digital…
 
From creating novel solutions for parking airplanes or identifying the winning formula for single malt whiskeys, our colleagues at Fourkind have extensive experience in building machine learning systems. Here, Max Pagels and Jarno Kartela highlight why deploying ML is different, how edge cases can confound well-trained models and the unexpected are…
 
Does your orgasm take too long? This is a complaint I hear all of the time from my clients. We as women are culturally trained that our needs are secondary to our husband’s and children’s needs. This is what makes us good wives and mothers, or so we’re taught. So, we often worry about how much time it takes us to orgasm. About whether our husband i…
 
Session Abstract: Featuring HelloFresh. HelloFresh has transformed the way people prepare and enjoy delicious, healthy dinners. Surpassing 3.7 euro in revenue, the company has reached global scale, delivering hundreds of millions of meals each year to millions of customers around the world. To support its eye-popping growth, the data team at HelloF…
 
We've been taught that anything is possible if we truly believe. It makes sense then why so many of us use our level of belief at any given moment as a sign of whether something is or is not working, or whether something is or is not possible for us. In this bite-sized episode, I talk about why waning belief or not believing altogether is not a pro…
 
A lot of life coaches think they have to dumb down their marketing in order to sell. But doing so not only denies you the opportunity to show up truthfully in your business, it also underestimates the intelligence of your clients and limits the capacity of the industry to engage in nuanced conversations about the complexities of being human. In thi…
 
Did the title of this podcast surprise you? It surprises a lot of my clients too. But it actually makes a lot of sense that you don’t like sex. In this episode, we talk about the top reasons why you don’t like sex. Which one will resonate with you? Then we talk about why those reasons make it so you don’t like sex. Maybe in the end, you’ll find tha…
 
Outside the White Box is a podcast for life coaches, thought work devotees, and anyone else interested in how the self-development industry can uplevel its teaching to meet the demands of a complicated multicultural world. Brought to you by the creators of the UnF*ck Your Brain podcast and the Joyful Marketing podcast, Outside the White Box will we…
 
Companies are looking to AI/ML to deliver better customer experience, improve productivity, or keep up with the competition. Beyond the popular use of replacing tedious and repetitive tasks with automation, Principal Consultant Jarno Kartela explains the more creative and strategic opportunities to solve business problems and improve product innova…
 
We hear a lot in the personal growth and development space about giving ourselves permission. Giving ourselves permission to dream big, to try something new, to go for what we want, to start over, to be human, to fail, to step into our greatness, to make lots of money, to be wildly successful, to take up space, to be our authentic selves, to slow d…
 
I want to ask you a question. Are you afraid of pleasure? Maybe you're thinking, “Of course not! I find pleasure in my family or my job.” But the pleasure I'm talking about is intimate pleasure. Are you afraid to let go and be vulnerable in order to feel pleasure? Is it easier to focus on your spouse's pleasure rather than yours? In this episode, I…
 
Lean Enterprise was a landmark book, exploring how large enterprise could learn from start-ups and deliver innovation at scale — how they could respond to changing market conditions, customer needs, and emerging technologies when building software-based products. Thoughtworks Technology Podcast catches up with two of the book’s authors to hear abou…
 
Rich Gall (@richggall) and Jennifer Riggins (@jkriggins) talk with the CEO of OpenUK Amanda Brock about the role of open technology in the UK's tech industry and wider economy. Amanda explains the work of Open UK and highlights some of the work the organisation does to promote open technology. She also discusses exactly why this work matters so muc…
 
Let me ask you a question. What are you feeling when you wake up? Don't know? That's normal. For most of us, that's a hard question to answer. It's easier for us to answer the question, "What are you thinking when you first wake up?" But did you know that what you think determines how you feel? Why is that important? Because how you feel governs wh…
 
In this episode, we’re talking about pressure. Both the pressure we put on ourselves and the pressure we feel from our spouses. And in reality, how the internal and external pressure isn’t good for our marriages. Let’s talk about why we put that pressure on and what we can do to let it go and have the relationship we want! Let’s get rid of some of …
 
In this episode, let’s talk about words. What are words? They are just letters and syllables that we have been taught are good or bad. But why are they good or bad? It all comes down to our culture. The English language lacks the subtlety that other languages have when it comes to love and our bodies. Maybe we need to take a look at that and change…
 
Did you know there is a psychological term for that knee-jerk response we sometimes have when we feel like we're being told what to do? In today's episode, I talk about psychological reactance, our brain's negative reflexive response when it perceives a threat to our personal freedom or our ability to be autonomous -- even when that threat comes fr…
 
In this episode, I speak with Mike Peterson about his experiences with fixing his sexual relationship in his marriage. I am so excited to share with you the male perspective of what happens in a marriage when you become more like roommates than intimate partners. Mike lives in Sandy, Utah with his wife Tami and their 5 kids. His passion is talking …
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login