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Think back to the last time you ram-chawed a partial chim set. Standard, right? We've been ram-chawing chims since the aqueducts of Ancient Rome, hey. But what if I told you that's the basis for the empire's collapse? Hello, I'm Leslie Claret. I'd like to invite you to join countless others who have come to rely on the lessons and explorations of my book to form a deeper understanding of our shared world, with relative specificity to the field application of surface and suppressed surface de ...
 
The 1967 collapse of the Silver Bridge over the Ohio River was an engineering mystery and a human tragedy - 46 people died. Why did a suspension bridge built to last a century not make 40 years? Built in 1928, it was a slimmer version of similar bridges built in nearby Pittsburgh. The slimming down was deemed to be safe because of the use of a tougher steel and ‘silver coloured anticorrosion paint’. The tracks in this album look at the factors which led to the catastrophic failure of one of ...
 
Leadermorphosis is a podcast exploring the emerging world of self-management and progressive organisations. Hosted by Lisa Gill, each episode features a guest thought leader or practitioner offering a unique perspective on new and innovative ways of working. Leadermorphosis is powered by Tuff Leadership Training, a team of consultants and coaches who train managers in a style of leadership that produces motivated, responsible employees and self-reliant teams.
 
Have you had it with politics-as-usual? Are you curious about why the vague notion of "public interest" is constantly forwarded by those who want to control you and your property? Do you yearn for a day when you are respected as an individual? Do you want to learn about the implications of self-ownership? Do you desire to live in a brilliantly better future? A dangerous myth perpetuates our political plight in America - the belief that we are free. In fact, scores of unjust laws violate our ...
 
We are going back to where all good conversation takes place... Fireside. As a Christian, married millennial man I'm frustrated at the lack of openness and dialogue in our media, and am tired of the predictable Christian talk about faith. Let's talk about struggle, doubt, lessons and love. Join me by the fire as I engage the ideas of the most open, honest and vulnerable folks I know.
 
Welcome to Astrid Mueller TALKS - a show where you can get inspired to grow your dream business, claim your power, and create quantum possibility. Astrid Mueller, soul-preneur of “sparkle, play, and possibility,” transforms women’s lives around the world with soulful transformation coaching, into inner power, flow, a fulfilled live, and possibility. If you want to re-connect with your soul as you expand your business dream, tune in, and listen to how you too can turn challenges to possibilit ...
 
As I started to live life as an adult, I realized that I had been taught some pretty useless (to me) things in school. I found myself feeling ill-equipped to manage my own self, move through setbacks and adapt to changes. My journey to filling the knowledge gaps began when I lost my mother to breast cancer in 2017 and I realized that MOST of my educational career had been a means to an end, even grad school. I have heard that "When you know better, you do better", but what if you are stuck i ...
 
The Play To Win Podcast is a show about... HOW TO MASTER THE ART OF FULFILLMENT So whether you're a full-time or side-hustle Entrepreneur, You have probably experienced the good, the bad and the ugly side of being on the roller coaster ride of being an Entrepreneur… This podcast will give you RELIABLE Insights, Tools, and... Resources for you to STOP struggling and suffering as an Entrepreneur. You will hear interviews from global experts As well as heart-to-heart conversation with me based ...
 
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Michelle helps people plan, prepare, and experience their own good death by connecting them with their core values for living well, allowing them to make conscious decisions about how they would like to navigate decision-making around aging, dying, and disposition. She provides personalized support for individuals facing death at any stage, includi…
 
It's not uncommon for a business owner to procrastinate firing someone who just doesn’t fit. It's uncomfortable and they probably LIKE the person they need to let go. Listen... Being a bad fit does NOT mean that a team member is a bad person! It just means they are not aligned with the needs of the role and business. And the longer you wait, the mo…
 
In this OIES Energy Podcast, Anupama Sen (OIES) and Carlo Napoli (Enel Foundation) discuss with David Ledesma the key messages from their recent publication “Beyond Energy: Incentivising Decarbonization through the Circular Economy”. The authors discuss why the hitherto predominant approach to decarbonization – focusing on adding renewables in powe…
 
https://www.postguam.com/news/local/most-travel-related-cases-came-from-philippines/article_a9c9c3ac-a24b-11eb-a928-a3d8e814c7a4.html https://edition.cnn.com/travel/amp/international-travel-covid-19-open-countries/index.html Michael Malice and Yaron Brook: Ayn Rand, Human Nature, and Anarchy | Lex Fridman Podcast #178 https://www.youtube.com/watch?…
 
Integrating Scar Tissue is Sharon's original discovery and one that she is continually developing and expanding on. There are 19 separate techniques used to integrate different qualities of scar tissue into the fascial web. Most will be demonstrated in class. They are simple to learn and easy to do. Working with scars is like speaking a different l…
 
Today we chat with Dr. David Labaree, a sociologically oriented historian at the Stanford Graduate School of Education on some of the major processes and patterns that define the relationship between education and society. David's books include, “Someone Has to Fail" & "How to Succeed in School Without Really Learning.” We are joined by fellow educ…
 
The EU and a number of its member states have now published hydrogen strategies and Europe continues to lead the way in the decarbonisation of its gas sector. In this latest OIES Energy Podcast James Henderson talks with Martin Lambert and Simon Schulte about their latest paper entitled “Contrasting European Hydrogen Pathways” which examines the pl…
 
The mission of Good Beginnings of Central Vermont is to bring community to families and their babies. Any family with a new baby is eligible for our free services. Trained, pre-screened Postpartum Angel volunteers provide hands-on help to new parents in the home. Parent drop-in space, The Nest, is open weekly to the community on W, Th, and F. Baby …
 
There’s several popular models of reading comprehension that are frequently talked about, such as Gough and Turner’s Simple View of Reading or Scarborough’s Rope. I enjoy these models and think they have a lot to tell us about reading comprehension. However, my favorite model of reading comprehension, and the one that I think has the most implicati…
 
Over the past 12 months Ukrainian storage has provided a vital safety valve for the European gas market. In this latest OIES Energy Podcast James Henderson discusses the increasing integration of the Ukrainian gas market with Europe with Simon Pirani and Jack Sharples in the light of their latest paper for OIES entitled “Ukraine-EU gas market integ…
 
You didn’t start this business to create stress, worry and overwhelm for yourself. In fact, you probably expected to make an impact in the world while also enjoying a certain level of time freedom. Right? It’s important to remember that every decision you make in your business is either taking you closer to that lifestyle you dreamed of...or furthe…
 
Rob Mermin studied under Mime under Marcel Marceau and in addition to being a Mime is a director, lecturer, author, clown, magician, and raconteur. He has Parkinson's Disease and used his training as a mime to develop The Parkinson’s Pantomime Project (PD Mime). PD Mime explores methods of training in specific motor skills adapted from the techniqu…
 
Buses, taxis and walking trains! A deep dive today into how the mainstream values of opportunity play out at the start of the school day. Following this, we tackle that most controversial of issues.. what shall we wear? The mainstream opportunity centred school is torn between the freedom of fashion and the efficiency of uniforms. Join us! Get in t…
 
https://www.nytimes.com/2021/03/10/us/politics/biden-stimulus-middle-class-benefits.html https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/03/31/upshot/whats-in-bidens-infrastructure-plan.html JRE | Podcast on Spotify #1616 - Jamie Metzl https://open.spotify.com/show/4rOoJ6Egrf8K2IrywzwOMk?si=Qura0LN5SOydb7nIXydfsw https://oneshared.world/faqs/ Declaration …
 
The two decades between 2030 and 2050 will see a period of radical change in the global energy economy if climate targets are going to be met. An increasing number of countries are now setting net zero emissions targets, but Europe continues to lead the way with its decarbonisation plans and in this extended Oxford Energy podcast James Henderson an…
 
The priority of speed to market is often at odds with issues around development resources, facility space, and infrastructure for both development and manufacturing. Continuous bioprocessing provides solutions for many of these challenges in certain applications, but to deliver on this promise we need fit-for-purpose tools and technologies to enabl…
 
Sarah Richardson, M.S., M. Ed. CHHC is the owner of Rise And Shine Running and Co-Owner of ChiLiving, the parent company of ChiRunning and ChiWalking. She is the author of From Sidelines to Start Lines: The Frustrated Runner's Guide to Lacing Up for a Lifetime and a contributing author in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Running for Good. As a Master Chi…
 
Beliefs can be loud and passionate, or quiet and under the surface. The thing is...It’s those subtle beliefs that can sometimes prevent you from achieving what you want most in your business. In fact, they are so quiet that you may not even realize you have them! In this week’s podcast, host Theresa Loe share's the structure of a limiting belief an…
 
The next decade is still very much a gas decade, at least in reality if not in the policies. There is a need to watch closely to see how this develops. In this podcast David Ledesma discusses with James Henderson the role of natural gas in the energy transition in Europe. In this wide-ranging interview, it is noted that whereas gas is painted as a …
 
Filmmakers Anna Thomson and David Baksh talk to me about Yoghurt Utopia, their documentary about a yoghurt company whose mission is to provide work and accommodation for people living with mental illness in the Catalonia region in Spain. Having spent several years with some of the workers of La Fageda and its inimitable founder, Cristobal Colon, th…
 
(ISSA) International Sports Sciences Association Certified Personal Trainer KIPS Certified Mace Trainer Erin wants people to know that nirs approach is about creating movements for how someone wants to move through the world and their ability to do that, and how that movement impacts their day to day rather than focusing on shape, weight, and appea…
 
Today we dig deep into the minutiae of the mainstream school to see just how deeply those values of opportunity, independence and efficiency run. How does the mainstream school system support parents that work beyond the school day? Should childcare in these cases be the responsibility of schools and local government to support and subsidise or sho…
 
Reaching a goal in your business is really about creating new habits, new actions, and becoming a new person (who achieves those big goals). In this week’s episode, host Theresa Loe shares the biggest takeaways from one of her favorite books, Atomic Habits by James Clear. She walks you through the overview of building small habits that give you big…
 
Wilson Oryema is an Artist, Writer, and Entrepreneur. His endeavours are primarily concerned with “Human consumption and its effects on Human behaviour and the planet”. As part of SHOWstudio x Fashion Roundtable takeover our founder Jodi Muter-Hamilton spoke with Wilson and Jamie Windust about Fashion Activism. This left us intrigued to find out mo…
 
How are the Middle East oil and gas exporters dealing with the forces shaping the energy transition? Will the hydrocarbon sector continue to play a key role in the economies of the Middle East? Will oil and gas exporters struggle or thrive in a carbon-constrained world? In this podcast, Bassam Fattouh and Ahmed Mehdi tackle these questions and offe…
 
She is a massage therapist specializing in working with folks with a cancer diagnosis, currently going through cancer treatment, or with a cancer history. She is also trained in lymphatic drainage which she currently uses in her oncology massage sessions as well as working with those with complicated health histories and as pre/post-surgical suppor…
 
Scaling too quickly is a huge problem. If your business starts to take off BEFORE you have the proper systems set up behind-the-scenes, you're in for some painful moments of overworking, overwhelm and letting customers down. Because a company that scales too fast can't serve new customers very well. In today's podcast, host Theresa Loe shares what …
 
Energy dominance – which includes increased production, reduced regulation, and enhanced energy trade – is the more assertive progeny of energy independence, a key long-time goal of US energy policy. In this podcast, David Ledesma talks to Sarah Ladislaw, Senior Vice President and Director of the Energy Security and Climate Change Program at CSIS a…
 
Intranasal COVID-19 vaccine spray could stem spread, researchers say https://www.businessinsider.com/intranasal-covid-19-vaccine-spray-could-stem-spread-2021-3 Human Rights Foundation 2020 Annual Report https://hrf.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/2020-HRF-Annual-Report.pdf http://completeliberty.com/integration/ The future of management is teal by F…
 
We all have strengths and weaknesses, which means some skills we can learn faster than others. But how do you know when you should double down on learning a skill vs. delegating or handing it off to someone else? The answer lies in understanding the blending of the three elements of our work. In this week’s episode, host Theresa Loe shares what tho…
 
In this podcast David Ledesma talks to Indra Overland, Head of the Centre for Energy Research at NUPI and Vitaly Yermakov, Senior Research Fellow, OIES about their chapters in the recently published Oxford Energy Forum “The Geopolitics of Energy: Out with the old, in with the new?”. Indra argues that the impact of the global energy transition on Ru…
 
Alan Dickson talks about the evolution of the CHO Cell line from isolation to workhorse of the biomanufacturing industry, to gene edited knockout variants. It is an interesting look at why CHO cells have been so successful and how this success continues to be improved upon for manufacture of emerging therapeutics.…
 
Interview with Betzy Bancroft, and Kristin Henningsen Teachers at VCIH. VCIH is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing healthcare resources grounded in Nature. Their work brings clinical herbalism to community practice through the weaving of science, spirit and grassroots activism. They provide one of the nation’s most extensive clinical …
 
The learning curve – a concept that relates historically observed cost reductions to the number of units produced or cumulatively installed capacity – has been widely adopted to analyse the technological progress and adoption of renewable energy technologies such as solar and wind power. Learning curves are also used as inputs in energy system mode…
 
Many times people can get stuck when it comes to scaling. They have some money coming in OR they have a little growth spurt...but then, nothing else happens. They can find themselves frozen as if there's a glass ceiling. If this happens to you, you may be stuck behind one of the growth roadblocks discussed in this episode. These 5 areas can hinder …
 
Yuji Yamada is the founder of EnFlow and is interested in exploring the differences between approaching organisational transformation from a ‘Western lens’ and a Japanese lens. We talk about teal organisations from Frederic Laloux’s book ‘Reinventing Organisations’ (which has sold 100,000 copies in Japan) and Yuji’s homegrown concept of ‘Jinen mana…
 
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