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A podcast about the philosophy of science; where we're going, what we're doing, and how we got here.
 
Principled Uncertainty is an in-depth, fact-filled true crime podcast about murders, unsolved disappearances, crimes, serial killers, and mass murders related to and occurring in the south, hosted by mystery author T. Blake Braddy.
 
A podcast for those who want to go a little deeper into Elder Scrolls lore, for fans who know the basics and want to dig a bit deeper, to find out where the more complex ideas come from. Come, listen and join the discussion at http://writeninuncertainty.wordpress.com, or on the Written in Uncertainty Discord at https://discord.gg/Jc3r99w
 
A dharma talk given by Lisa Dale Miller, MFT, at the Marin Sangha on February 15, 2009 on how to find the freedom in times of uncertainty through the practice of mindful compassion as a means to experience the known and unknown of each moment.visit my web site www.lisadalemiller.com/mbpsych.htmvisit my blog mindfulpsyche.blogspot.com
 
Jude Jennison of Leaders by Nature interviews CEOs and leaders in organisations on the challenges they face leading through uncertainty. www.judejennison.com
 
Uncertainty Playground is a podcast series about design research from London College of Communication. Uncertainty Playground is the title of LCC's exhibition for the London Design Festival and is comprised of four shows which explore the role of design research and practice in envisioning, critiquing and shaping futures. Each episode features one of the shows and investigates a different aspect of the work of the Design School.
 
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Theo Millward, MD of Swimtime has all the passion and enthusiasm of a young entrepreneur but there’s no naivety in his business. It’s based on a vision for the future of humanity, pushing the boundaries of what is possible and grounded in the hard graft of execution. There is so much in this podcast to take away for every leader in business abo ...…
 
016: On Habits & Disordered Eating Topics this week include: The positive potential of habits in our lives, and how to allow our habits to build and evolve; Acknowledging how traumas and dark times can negatively affect our sustainment of habits; Dealing with placing high expectations on ourselves and others, and the disappointment that comes w ...…
 
Transforming company culture is always challenging, especially when going from a family culture to a commercial one. Lynda Moore, Head of Talent and Development at the Bradfords group, explains how communication was key and has improved collaboration. She talks openly about the challenges of attracting a younger and more diverse employee and th ...…
 
015: Progress & Answers Topics this week include: Where we’ve been for the past month; Kristen’s current healing and hormone status; Laurel’s cervical dystonia diagnosis, and progress with neck botox; Our experiences with different types of meditations; Exploring our current fears around injury and surgery Kristen and Laurel created Sure Uncert ...…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we will be covering the mass killer, Texas native, and wannabe country star Paul Dennis Reid. If you look up some famous serial killers from Tennessee, Paul Dennis Reid will 100% turn up on that list. I used research from the book When Nashville Bled by author Judith A. Yates to bring you the first in a three-par ...…
 
014: On Fear, Pain, & Healing Topics this week include: Tarot Card: Five of Swords – defeat and disappointment; Where we are with our injuries, seeking treatment, and our mindset around it; How fear and pain are so connected, and how we can lessen our fear while we’re still in pain; How we can move from being passive to being actively involved ...…
 
PUPodcast, Episode 262: Bradford Bishop Mar. 2, 1976. 12:40 pm. About 5 mi. south of Columbia, NC, which lies in the far eastern stretches of the state, out near the coast. A NC forest ranger on Highway 94 named Wilma Swain observes smoke in the distance and calls in authorities to help locate and contain the fire. Thinking it to be no more tha ...…
 
https://archive.org/download/WiU5Towers/WiU5_Towers.mp3 Welcome to Written in Uncertainty, an Elder scrolls podcasts sat firmly in the Grey Maybe of the series universe. Today we’re discussing some of the oldest buildings on Nirn, some built by the gods themselves. Some say they hold up Nirn; some say they shape the land around them. Today we’r ...…
 
https://archive.org/download/WiU4CHIM/WiU_4_CHIM.mp3 Hello and welcome to Written in Uncertainty, an Elder Scrolls podcast sat firmly in the grey maybe of the series universe. My name is Aramithius, and today I’m discussing that mysterious state of being that seems to grant superpowers in TES. It’s been compared to Enlightenment. It’s been comp ...…
 
https://archive.org/download/WiU3Enantiomorph/WiU_3_Enantiomorph.mp3 Welcome to Written in Uncertainty, an Elder Scrolls podcast firmly in the grey maybe of the series universe. Today we’re looking at a pattern fundamental to the structure of Mundus. We’re asking, what is an enantiomorph? If you like this podcast, please subscribe on your favou ...…
 
https://archive.org/download/WrittenInUncertainty2-WhatHappenedToTheDwemer/WrittenInUncertainty_2-WhatHappenedToTheDwemer.mp3 Welcome to Written in Uncertainty, an Elder Scrolls podcast sat firmly in the grey maybe of the series universe. Today we’re asking, what happened to the Dwemer? If you like what you’re hearing, please subscribe to this ...…
 
I'm back! The hiatus for the Principled Uncertainty Podcast is OVER! Time to get back to work. There will be an episode in the coming days, so get ready for some true crime!
 
013: On Anxieties, Sobriety, & Forgiveness Topics this week include: Laurel’s 3-year sobriety birthday, and Kristen’s recent wedding; On consent, and how “no” is a complete sentence; [Trigger Warning] Dealing with the trauma of sexual assault, and how we can work through forgiveness internally; Our thoughts on pre-experiencing/pre-feeling emoti ...…
 
https://archive.org/download/WiU1Intro/WiU_1_intro.mp3 Hello and welcome to Written in Uncertainty, an Elder Scrolls podcast sat firmly in the Grey Maybe of the series universe. The aim of this podcast is to get down into the guts of some difficult questions in the Elder Scrolls, and discuss their various possible answers. This will be covering ...…
 
Alison Jones is the owner of Practical Inspiration Publishing and the host of her own highly successful and engaging podcast series called The Extraordinary Business Book club. Alison has a wealth of experience in publishing from being Director of Innovation Strategy at Macmillan to now running her own niche publishing company specialising in p ...…
 
Donna Warr is Head of Colleague Experience at Curo Housing Group, a Sunday Times Top 100 organisation based in Bath who provides housing in the Southwest of England. Donna talks about her experience of going through a restructuring programme in her previous company and how difficult it was due to the lack of communication throughout the process ...…
 
Laura Shuckburgh is the Associate Director of Ricketts Architects in Leamington Spa. Laura embraces uncertainty with ease. Knowing little about architecture when she joined the business, Laura has used her creativity in other ways and developed her role to include business development as well as the development of the people in the business. Sh ...…
 
There is no interview this week. Instead, I share my experience of leading through uncertainty at my book launch, as well as explaining the background to the book that was published in May 2018. In the last 6 years working with horses, I’ve become comfortable with high levels of uncertainty. In parallel, as the pace of change has been accelerat ...…
 
Elinor Perry-Hall is the MD of Pentlands Accountants and Advisors. Elinor turns accountancy on its head by putting people at the heart of everything they do. She talks about the uncertainty created by a substantial brand development that her business has recently gone through and how it affected everything they do in the business.…
 
Colin D. Smith is known as The Listener and specialises in teaching people to listen. Colin explains how we are taught to communicate through the forms of reading, writing and speaking which are ways that allow us to express ourselves. However, we are rarely taught to listen which is an essential skill for understanding and relating to the pers ...…
 
Will Deane is a highly successful entrepreneur and the founder of a digital marketing agency called Unstoppable. The name says all you need to know about Will. It was wonderful to talk to him and experience his unstoppable energy. He is an entrepreneur through and through. His passion shines through for his customers and his work and he really ...…
 
Vicki Wentworth is the Chief Customer Officer at Wesleyan Assurance. She’s had an outstanding career so far. Having started in the military, she developed her leadership skills early on in critical war situations and has brought all of those leadership skills into the financial services industry. It gives her a true, grounded self-confidence th ...…
 
Mark Underwood is the MD of Staffline Recruitment, the largest recruiter in the UK with an employee base of 50,000 people. In this interview, we covered just about everything – from entrepreneurialism, innovation and creativity, to LEAN and process and procedures to psychological safety, communication, resilience and everything in between. Mark ...…
 
Stephen Maddock OBE is the CEO of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. After 19 years as the CEO, you’d think there’s not much Stephen hasn’t seen but he explains the uncertainty of leading a world-class orchestra that relies on a mix of government funding (which has been slashed in the last few years), charitable donations and commercial ...…
 
Kevin Watson is the MD of Amadeus, a catering company providing food to venues throughout the UK, with a strong base in the West Midlands, including the NEC and other arenas. Kevin was pushed into the deep end of uncertainty when only 3 weeks into joining Amadeus as the MD, he found himself leading through a crisis management situation. It prob ...…
 
Tim Kay is Lead for KPMG’s Tech and media practice in the Midlands (UK). Tim was tasked with exploring how KPMG could work more closely with tech startups in London several years ago and he shares some of the challenges that large organisations face in working with fast-paced entrepreneurial businesses. He’s honest about how uncomfortable it is ...…
 
Gareth Parry is the CEO of Remploy, the UK’s leading disability specialist. Gareth talks about the benefits of inclusive workplaces, both physically and mentally and openly shares his personal experience of depression. His depression didn’t stop him becoming a CEO and he’s an inspiration to all of us that we can develop business and careers tha ...…
 
Neil Henderson the CEO of Safeline, a charity that provides both support for sexual abuse victims as well as education to prevent it. Formerly on the board at Royal Mail, Neil talks candidly about the challenges of communicating change and taking responsibility to ensure everyone is aligned. Neil argues that running a charity is much like runni ...…
 
While some people thrive on uncertainty, for others it can lead to stress and overwhelm. Everyone’s limit is different based on how comfortable they are operating out of the comfort zone. It is also dependent on the volume of workload in any given moment. We have a psychological need for safety and uncertainty threatens that. Consideration must ...…
 
Jane Austin is the Head of HR for Wave, a start-up business in the utility industry. Jane has experienced huge uncertainty in the last 18 months as the business has undergone massive change. She shares her passion for engaging people emotionally, the importance of communication and how to do it when you legally can’t! I was inspired by Jane’s a ...…
 
Paul is the former CEO of Birmingham international airport and is now a Non-executive director of five different organisations. Paul has such a breadth and depth of business knowledge, not just limited to the aviation industry. We covered so many topics from running an airport to Brexit and democracy, novel-writing, risk management, business gr ...…
 
In this podcast, Jude talks about the importance of emotions in business. She explores why we suppress them and how we can start to use them more skillfully as a source of information. We are emotional and intellectual beings. We have the capacity to both think and feel, and we are at our most effective when we bridge the gap between the two. M ...…
 
Martin Yardley is the Deputy Chief Executive of Coventry City Council and is Head of Place which covers anything from bins and potholes to strategic regeneration of the city. In the 9 years Martin has been in post, Coventry has seen massive change and business growth, and is unrecognisable from the concrete jungle that it once was. It may be do ...…
 
Paul Faulkner is the CEO of Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce. As the UK’s second city, the Birmingham Chamber covers a huge area with 10 sub-divisions. With major business growth and the recently announced Commonwealth games coming to Birmingham in 2022, there is certainly a lot of change and uncertainty in the region. Paul seems to navig ...…
 
Sue Grindrod is the CEO of Albert Dock in Liverpool. Sue is an advocate of being kind to yourself in the context of being realistic about what you can achieve. I think that’s laudable in a world of fast-paced change. It’s so easy to put ourselves under inordinate pressure. She talks a lot about balance – the balance between being a CEO and havi ...…
 
Nick Eastwood is the CEO and Deputy chair of WASPS rugby team. Nick has taken WASPS from a failing business in Buckinghamshire to a thriving business in Coventry in the heart of the Midlands. He talks openly about the challenge of making some tough decisions and the honesty required to engage people. From the moment I sat down with Nick, he sho ...…
 
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