#16 - Dominic André Stühler - Vom introvertierten Physik Nerd zum Presentation Punk· Entrepreneur University Podcast
Podcast #016 mit Dominic André Stühler, dem Presentation Punk! Dominic ist DER Experte, wenn es um das Thema "Präsentieren" geht und einer der gefragtesten Coaches im deutschsprachigen Raum????!Weitere Keyfacts zu Dominic:➡️ Tedx Speaker➡️ Buchautor➡️ zu seinem Kundenstamm gehören Weltfirmen wie Siemens, Ikea etc.Gemeinsam sprechen wir über: ???? No Go´s beim Präsentieren???? Welche Präsentationsformen die Besten sind???? die optimale Dauer von Vorträgen???? Small Talk und Netzwerken???? und vieles vieles mehr!SHOWNOTES: --> Storyboard <---->kostenlose Tooles zum Präsentieren<----> Dominic´s Buch "Revolutioniere"<----> You Tube Channel von Dominic <----> Anti-Lampenfieber-Playlist <-- Viel Spaß beim hören, enjoy ????Wenn euch die Folge gefallen hat, würden wir uns über eine positive Bewertung bei iTunes sehr freuen ????????!See & hear you next time Your Entrepreneur University Team ????
#4-Laura Seiler- Deutschlands erfolgreichste Podcasterin erzählt bei uns über die Schwierigkeit des Loslassens, das menschliche Ego, ihren peinlichsten Lebensmoment & viele weitere Themen.· Entrepreneur University Podcast
Podcast #004 mit Laura Malina SeilerLaura Seiler: "Bett,Buch,Kakao... Happy!"Deutschlands erfolgreichste Podcasterin & bekannteste spirituelle LehrerinLaura Seiler erzählt bei uns in der Show über die Schwierigkeit des Loslassens, das menschliche Ego, ihren peinlichsten Lebensmoment & viele viele weitere Themen.Shownotes:Erlebe Laura Seiler live on stage bei uns am 07.05.2017 im Capitol Offenbach bei Frankfurt!www.entrepreneur-university.deCode: lauraVideo einer Rede von Oslo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYIA2YMpE8w Wenns euch gefallen hat, würden wir uns mega freuen, wenn ihr unsere Show abonniert & uns eine kurze Bewertung bei iTunes dalasst!See & Hear you next time Your Entrepreneur University Team
#12- Marcel Reif - Deutschlands Fussball Kommentatoren Stimme über seine Karriere, Druck, Umgang mit Hass, Erfolgsmuster der Besten und vieles vieles mehr!· Entrepreneur University Podcast
Podcast #012 mit Marcel ReifMarcel Reif ist die deutsche Kommentatoren Legende schlechthin! Er kommentierte über 1500 Fussball Spiele darunter 4 WM Finals und 20 Champions League Finals!Jahrzehnte lang war er Kommentatoren Chef bei Sky! Gemeinsam sprechen wir über...▪ seinen Werdegang vom Flüchtling zur DER deutschen Fussball Kommentatoren Stimme! ▪ wie man mit Druck um geht, wenn bspw. über 40 Mio. Menschen zusehen und zuhören!▪ sprachliche Stilmittel und Vorbereitungen ▪ immer wieder erkennbare Erfolgsmuster & Charaktereigenschaften der Weltklasse Spieler!und vieles vieles mehr!SHOWNOTES: Marcels neues Buch: Nachspielzeit - Ein Leben mit dem Fussball Wenn euch die Folge gefallen hat, würden wir uns über eine positive Bewertung bei iTunes mega freuen! Vergiss außerdem nicht unseren Podcast zu abonnieren, damit du keine Folge mehr verpasst! Hear you next time! Stay tuned! Your Entrepreneur University Team
#5-Robert Gladitz- Einer der bekanntesten deutschen You-Tuber über Produktivität, selbstbestimmtes Leben & Hacks zum Realisieren eigener Ziele!· Entrepreneur University Podcast
Folge #005 mit Robert Gladitz einem der bekanntesten deutschen You-Tuber im Personal Development Bereich erzählt über Produktivitätstools, selbstbestimmtes Leben, Hacks zum Realisieren eigener Ziele und vieles vieles mehr! Shownotes: http://awesomeformel.deCode: universityhttps://awesomepeopleconference.dehttps://www.instagram.com/robertgladitz/Whats App: +49 1573 1940084Robert´s Buchtipps:Ryan Holiday - The Obstacle is the wayGary Vaynerchuk - Crush It!Wenns dir gefallen hat, würden wir uns mega freuen, wenn du unsere Show abonnierst & uns eine kurze Bewertung bei iTunes dalässt!
#17 - Ben Ouattara - Ohne Mittel und Plan nach Dubai ausgewandert und dort ein Business Imperium aufgebaut!· Entrepreneur University Podcast
Podcast #017 - Ben Outtara Ben Ouattara: "Genieße den Weg nach vorne!"Ben ist auf extrem vielen Gebieten extrem erfolgreich????:➡️ Ben ist als Motivations- & Lifecoach ????????????➡️ ist Rapper????,➡️ Fitnessmodel & Fitnesscoach ????➡️ arbeitet für das Königshaus ???????? in Dubai ????➡️ hat ein eigenes Filmstudio????????️.Gemeinsam sprechen wir über: ???? wie er ohne Mittel ????????und ohne einen Plan ????ein Business in Dubai???????? aufgebaut hat???? wie man ins Handeln kommt ???????????? Thema Verzicht ❌???? Produktivität ???????? und vieles vieles mehr!SHOWNOTES: --> Neues Infoprodukt von Calvin & Ben <----> Website Ben <----> Ben Facebook <----> Video Ben <--Wenn euch die Folge gefallen hat dann würden wir uns mega über eine positive Bewertung bei iTunes freuen! See & Hear you next TimeYour Entrepreneur University Team
#14 - Alexander Hartmann - Europas bekanntester Experte für den Erfolgsfaktor Unterbewusstsein über die Kraft der Gedanken, Hypnose und vieles mehr!· Entrepreneur University Podcast
Podcast #014 mit Alexander HartmannAlexander Hartmann ist DER Experte für den Erfolgsfaktor Unterbewusstsein und einer der gefragtesten Speaker Europas ????!Weitere Keyfacts zu Alex:➡️ über 30 Mio. Menschen haben seine TV Auftritte verfolgt➡️ über 100.000 Menschen haben seine Seminare bereits besucht.➡️ Spiegel Bestseller Autor➡️ eigene TV ShowGemeinsam sprechen wir über: ???? die Kraft der Gedanken ???? Hypnose und ob wir alles glauben können was wir im TV in Bezug auf Hypnose sehen.????Wie man Menschen in seinen Bann zieht???? und viele weitere Themen! Willst du eine eigene APP ? Get in touch with LUCA: --> Luca Website <--Instagram von Luca: @lucakiedrowski-->You-Tube Channel von Luca <--SHOWNOTES: Rabattcode „eupodcast“ mit 25% RabattTagesseminar „Inner Game Live“ : http://innergamelive.alexanderhartmann.de Alex´ Geschenk an dich: das Hörbuch „The Inner Game“ als Geschenk unter www.alexanderhartmann.deViel Spaß beim hören, enjoy ????Wenn euch die Folge gefallen hat, würden wir uns über eine positive Bewertung bei iTunes sehr freuen ????????!See & hear you next time Your Entrepreneur University Team
#9 - Manuel Gonzalez -Vom Flirtprofi zum erfolgreichen Onlineunternehmer!· Entrepreneur University Podcast
Podcast # 009 - Manuel Gonzalez Manuel Gonzalez gehört zu den erfolgreichsten und bekanntesten Online Marketer Deutschlands! Außerdem ist er einer der erfolgreichsten YouTuber im Bereich Business & Lifestyle! Gemeinsam sprechen wir über...▪ wertvolle Online Marketing & Unternehmer Secrets▪ seine Zeit als "Flirtprofi" ▪ seine schwierige Kindheit▪ warum er mal nach nur 1 min gefeuert wurde▪ und vieles vieles mehr! Shownotes: http://manuel.sx (Website) Http://kundenfabrik.comHttp://Facebook.com/curiousmanuelgermany (Manuel Facebook) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLnwomB44d4&app=desktop (Vlog Manuel bei der Entrepreneur University) Wenn euch die Folge gefallen hat, würden wir uns mega über eine positive Bewertung bei iTunes freuen ????❗Vergiss bitte außerdem nicht unseren Podcast zu abonnieren, damit du keine Folge mehr verpasst!Euer Entrepreneur University Team Stay tuned!
Episode 149 - A Blast from the Past Episodes 7 and 8· The Genealogy Gems Podcast with Lisa Louise Cooke - Your Family History Show
Genealogy Gems PodcastEpisode: # 07 Original Publish Date: April 8, 2007 The April 15 tax deadline is looming: did you know that The Civil War income tax was the first tax paid on individual incomes by residents of the United States? There is a fascinating article by Cynthia G. Fox on the subject called Income Tax Records of the Civil War Years. It appears on the National Archives website and is excerpted from the Prologue Magazine Winter 1986 edition, Vol. 18, No. 4. GEM #1: Anna-Karin’s Genealogical Podcast http://annakarin.libsyn.com/ Anna-Karin Schander lives in Sweden and she publishing a podcast in English about Swedish-American genealogy. It will contain both information about Swedish genealogy and history and records and what happened to the Swedes who immigrated mainly to USA (but also to other countries) and the records they left. She includes wonderful old traditional Swedish music as well. GEM #2 – A website dedicated to the only war fought on American soil by Americans: The Civil War SONG: Battle of Manassas Gov. Sam Houston-Texas: “Let me tell you what is coming. After the sacrifice of countless millions of treasure and hundreds of thousands of lives you may win Southern independence, but I doubt it. The North is determined to preserve this Union. They are not a fiery, impulsive people as you are, for they live in colder climates. But when they begin to move in a given direction, they move with the steady momentum and perseverance of a mighty avalanche.” The Civil War began at Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina 146 years ago this week on April 12. 3 million fought - 600,000 died. Chances are someone in your family tree fought in the war. But one thing we know for sure, if you’ve traced any of your family lines back to the 1860s in the US, then you have folks in your tree who lived through and were deeply affected by the Civil War. We’re going to want to learn more about their experience in order to understand their lives. This will lead us to more genealogical leads. Read about the Civil War in the newspapers that your ancestors read. In addition to the newspapers available by paid subscription on Ancestry.com, there’s a terrific free resource! Go to http://topics.nytimes.com/topics/reference/timestopics/subjects/c/civil_war_us/index.html Click on The Civil War Years 1860-1866 Follow the links to topics of interest. Locate ancestors who may have fought in the war. A terrific website is the Civil War Soldiers & Sailors System Website Areas of the System: Soldiers The CWSS includes 6.3 million soldier names from the National Archives, which were compiled by NPS' in the CWSS project. As of February, 2000, volunteers in over 36 states had completed the data entry of all the 6.3 million soldier names from 44 states & territories. The two final editing processes for the records have recently been completed. Sailors The NPS and its' CWSS partners are committed to eventually include the names of all Union and Confederate Naval personnel. Given that the records sources for the Navy are not as well organized as the Army records, nor are they micro-filmed, the target date for this is still to be determined. Regiments The CWSS will include histories of over 4,000 Union and Confederate units (regiments), which will be linked to soldiers' names and battle histories. These will be completed this year as part of the CWSS site. The site currently includes regimental histories of units from 44 states and territories. Battles In the CWSS The unit histories are linked to histories of the 364 most significant Civil War battles already on the Internet from the NPS' American Battlefield Protection Program. These battle histories were compiled as part of a report to Congress by the Civil War Sites Advisory Committee. Prisoners The current version of the CWSS includes prisoner records of Union prisoners at Andersonville and Confederate prisoners at Fort McHenry. Cemeteries The National Park Service manages 14 National Cemeteries, all but one of which is related to a Civil War battlefield park. The NPS is planning on listing all names of burials in these cemeteries on the Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System. The first phase involves data taken from written records of Poplar Grove National Cemetery at Petersburg National Battlefield, and also includes images of the headstones. Medal of Honor This feature of the CWSS includes information on over 1,200 Civil War soldiers and sailors who received the Congressional Medal of Honor. And National Parks FEATURED areas of the site: NEW STORIES: The National Park Service Civil War Institute – Stories of the Civil War addresses the social, economic, political & military aspects of the war. EDUCATE – for teachers providing civil war curriculum materials from national parks & lesson plans on building a family history. BLACK HISTORY Looking for more on the civil war on the internet? Check out the Military Indexes website and follow the links to a wide range of web resources. http://www.militaryindexes.com/civilwar/ Genealogy Gems PodcastEpisode: # 08 Original Publish Date: April 15, 2007 It’s Tax Day – Check out your ancestor’s tax records using the links at http://www.cyndislist.com/taxes.htm GEM #1: Great San Francisco Earthquake Song: “Hello, Frisco!” By Harvey Hindermeyer, a 1915 wax cylinder recording by The Edison Co. 101 years ago, on April 18, 1906 at 5:13 am an earthquake nearly 8.0 on the Richter Scale hit San Francisco. A slip in the San Andreas Fault caused Shock waves up and down the Pacific Coast. Hundreds Died. Fires did the most damage. My Great Grandma was 7 months pregnant with my maternal grandfather when the quake struck. They were living at on Kentucky St., in the city at that time, and I can’t imagine what she must have gone through. In 1906 my Great grandpa worked as a motorman on a cable car. Shortly after the earthquake he went into a very sensible new career – Life Insurance Salesman! A great place to start learning more about this moment in American History is at the USGS website Next stop…The Virtual Museum of the city of SF April 18-23 Earthquake Timeline Earthquake Newspaper Clippings Eyewitness Accounts “Who Perished”; List of Dead from the 1906 Earthquake San Francisco Fire Department Report U.S. Army & Navy Operations During the Earthquake and Fire Engineering and Scientific Reports Relief and Recovery Efforts San Francisco One Year Later Photographs of the 1906 Disaster Audio: When I did a search in Google for San Francisco Earthquake Audio I found “Remembering the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake” an audio recording by National Public Radio. The website not only allows you to listen to the original broadcast, but offers a truly multimedia presentation including a timeline, photos, and videos Book Resource: Earth Shook, the Sky Burned, the ; 100th Anniversary Edition: A Photographic Record of the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake and Fire But how were genealogy records impacted by this catastrophic event?” The San Francisco 1906 Earthquake Great Register. Led by Gladys Hansen, San Francisco City Archivist Emeritus and her team. Video of Gladys talking about the project: On the website, Gladys Hansen states the following “Because of government and financial interests of the time, the official San Francisco death toll has always been extolled as remarkably small. The San Francisco Board of Supervisors official count in 1907 was only 478. It was thought that a high death toll would hamper the rebuilding and repopulation of the city.” Originally Gladys focused on the 1906 Earthquake Dead using the death dates between April 18, 1906 - May 19, 1906. However with the Governor's Earthquake Task Force now defines an earthquake death as "… an immediate fatality resulting from an earthquake or an earthquake-caused injury or illness that becomes fatal within a period of ONE YEAR following the earthquake." This dramatically broadens the scope of the research. Gladys and her team are now embarking on an effort to compile an accurate account of those affected by the 1906 earthquake. This time they are looking for information on everyone who was in San Francisco at that time, not just those who died. They consider all stories. Book Resource by Gladys Hansen Denial of Disaster: The Untold Story and Photographs of the San Francisco Earthquake of 1906 GEM #2 Shake Up Your Research Strategy Step 1: Locate the event on a Timeline. History.com – This Day in History Step 2: Internet Searches Google (For Alerts see Episode 3) Google Images Ancestry EBay (see Episode 3) State Historical Society State Archives Census – Find neighbors and do a quick Google & Ancestry search on them. YouTube.com (see Episode 4 for more info on using YouTube) Lisa's playlist on YouTube.
S7,E20: 11/15/10 (SAN FRANCISCO! Butterfly Joe, Animals, Of Montreal, Scott McKenzie, Aislers Set, Deerhoof, Still Flyin', Global DJs, Silver Jews, Camera Obscura, Hello Saferide, Decemberists, Magnetic Fields)· The Sounds in My Head
SPECIAL ALL SAN FRANCISCO MUSIC EPISODE! 01. Butterfly Joe - San Francisco 02. The Animals - San Franciscan Nights 03. Of Montreal - Honeymoon in San Francisco 04. Scott McKenzie - San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair) 05. The Aislers Set - Mission Bells 06. Deerhoof - Offend Maggie 07. Still Flyin' - Neu Idea 08. Global Deejays - The Sound of San Francisco (Nordic Progressive Edit) 09. Silver Jews - San Francisco B.C. 10. Camera Obscura - San Francisco Song 11. Hello Saferide - San Francisco 12. The Decemberists - O Valencia! 13. The Magnetic Fields - Come Back from San Francisco On this episode I talk over "El Bote Que Remo (The Boat That I Row)," "La Banda," and "San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Some Flowers in Your Hair)" by Chus Martínez Y Su Conjunto from the album Exitos, Exitos, Exitos, Vol.2, as well as "You Can't Go Home Again" by San Francisco's own DJ Shadow from his album The Private Press, and "San Francisco" by the band Scrabbel from their self-titled album.
69: How Japanese Startups are Breaking into Silicon Valley – Ramen Hero· Disrupting Japan
More and more Japanese founders are moving their startups to San Francisco. It’s easy to see why. There is more venture capital, more startup know-how, and more startup energy in that city than anywhere else in the world.In fact, there is a small, close knit Japanese startup community in San Francisco, with Japanese startups, mentors and investors all supporting each other and trying to grow their business there.On my last trip to San Francisco, I had a chance to sit down with one of these startup founders, Keisuke Kajitani, co-founder of Ramen Hero. He moved to Silicon Valley from Japan to start his company because he thought the US market was a better fit.Ramen Hero sells home delivered ramen meal kits. Interestingly, the popularity and ubiquity or ramen in Japan works against them, while the novelty and price of ramen in the US has enabled them to get attention from both VCs and customers there.It’s a fascinating discussion, and I think you’ll enjoy it.Show Notes for Startups Why ramen gives them a competitive advantage in the US Previous failures in the ramen business and why it's different this time Why Ramen Hero had to pivot from B2B to home delivery What's great about the Japanese startup scene in San Francisco How many companies can the market sustain? When Japanese companies should move to Japan Links from the Founder Learn more about Ramen Hero at their home page Follow Ramen Hero on Instagram Leave a commentTranscript from JapanDisrupting Japan, episode 69.Welcome to Disrupting Japan, straight talk from the Japan’s most successful entrepreneurs. I'm Tim Romero and thanks for joining me.More and more, Japanese startup founders are looking at, or even moving to Silicon Valley. It’s easy to see the appeal. San Francisco is home to the largest and most competitive startup ecosystem in the world. In fact, there’s a small Japanese startup community in San Francisco, with Japanese startups, mentors, and investors all supporting each other and trying to make it work.Of course, the founders that come from Japan—well, it’s a mixed group. Some successful companies view San Francisco as their logical first step towards global expansion; some are new founders that have an idea they feel is more suited to the American market than the Japanese market; and some, well, some are kind of startup tourists, visiting the offices of famous startups and going through the motions, as if they were in some sort of startup role playing game.On my last trip to San Francisco, I had a chance to sit down and talk with Keisuke Kajitani, co-founder of Ramen Hero. He and his co-founder moved to San Francisco from Japan because they thought the US would be a better market for their product, oddly, because ramen is already too popular in Japan. Now, Ramen Hero sells home delivery ramen meal kits and it’s a business that makes much more sense to launch in the US than it does in Japan. But, you know, Keisuke explains all that much better than I can.So let’s hear from our sponsor and get right to the interview.[Interview]Tim: I’m sitting here with Keisuke Kajitani of Ramen Hero and we’re sitting here in beautiful San Francisco. So thanks for sitting down with us.Keisuke: Thanks for having me.Tim: I’ve got to say, San Francisco is not so beautiful today.Keisuke: Yeah, it’s raining hard.Tim: I don’t think I’ve ever seen this much rain in San Francisco.Keisuke: Yeah, it’s unfortunate.Tim: But we’re inside and dry, so that’s good. Listen, to get things started, why don’t you tell me a bit about Ramen Hero?Keisuke: Sure. So Ramen Hero is a meal kit service specifically focused on delivering authentic ramen to your house. So what we deliver inside of the meal kit is fresh noodles, and soup, and toppings, and of course the recipe cards. So you can become a ramen chef at your house.Tim: Okay.
After 5 Years, the San Francisco Community Justice Center Continues to Adapt· The Center for Court Innovation - Podcasts
Judge Braden C. Woods of the San Francisco Community Justice Center discusses the practical implications of expanding the court's caseload to include low-level felonies, and he reflects on his first year on the job. (April 2014) JUDGE BRADEN WOODS: This is a great assignment because every day I’m enthusiastic about going to work and trying to help somebody get out of the system instead of just recycling themselves at the hall of justice and at our county jail. ROBERT V. WOLF: Hi, I'm Rob Wolf, director of communications at the Center for Court Innovation, and I am in San Francisco today at Community Justice 2014. I am lucky to be speaking right now with Braden C. Woods, who is the presiding judge of the San Francisco Community Justice Center. JUDGE WOODS: Thank you for having me, it's great to be here, great to be at the Summit. WOLF: I thought it would be interesting to talk to you about both the five year evolution of the San Francisco Community Justice Center and also your more recent experience—you've been the presiding judge for the last year. Let's talk about how the San Francisco Community Justice Center has evolved from a court that initially accepted just misdemeanors, to one that now is dealing with low level felonies. Why the change and what does it mean? JUDGE WOODS: We've learned, stolen from other programs that are doing a great job, and we felt comfortable enough after doing just misdemeanor cases for approximately two and a half, almost three years, that we could expand the program when there are so many other people who are catching felony cases, low level felony cases, that need the same support, services, that we've been giving the folks on misdemeanors. And our program was established with our partners from the Department of Public Health. They gave us more resources to expand the program, more case management resources, and with that added help, we were able to start taking on more cases, more serious cases of folks who are now committing felonies. WOLF: And what kinds of felonies? JUDGE WOODS: So we take pretty much all low level felonies here in California—that would be car break-ins, commercial burglaries, car theft, all drug cases, low level drug cases, mostly folks who are selling their own legal prescription to get money to buy other drugs, multiple priors can make a theft case a felony, so we'll take them into our program. WOLF: And are you applying the same strategies and tools, and principles of punishment and help, and having people do community service while also linking them to services? Or are there additional features or strategies that come with working with low level felony offenders? JUDGE WOODS: Same strategies on its most basic level. We're dealing with a harder population. Some of these folks have mental health issues, even more long-term drug addiction issues, so the program is the same, but folks are in the program much longer than on some of the misdemeanor cases. We don't transition them to our community service portion until we're really on solid footing in terms of their drug or alcohol addiction, abuse issues. So the programming in terms of classes and meetings is much longer before we feel confident and comfortable to then transition them to the prosocial community support, community give back portion of it. WOLF: And someone asked a question when you were on a panel this morning about—when you were on the panel that focused on the next generation of community courts. And someone asked, how did you work with the community to prepare them for the fact that you're going from misdemeanors, that maybe people felt less threatened by, or less concerned about how they were treated, or could be enthusiastic about giving them services, and maybe some people were less enthusiastic about offering the help to people who had committed more serious crimes. JUDGE WOODS: Communication is the key and so we did give the community a heads up that we were going to maybe go down this path, and we sought their input. Some folks were like no, forget about it, felons have to go to jail. But a lot of folks were on board, wanted to give it a try because those are the felons, these low level felony folks, who are hurting themselves and hurting community, and not individuals. And they were open to the idea of getting these people into services to help break the cycle. So based upon the charges that we were gonna do, and handle, a lot of folks were enthusiastic about it because those are the people—some of these lower level felony people, who were affecting the community directly, and who they were seeing on a daily basis, or maybe a weekly basis. They see the police arrest them, the person would come back a week later and they'd go to their police captain, or go to the district attorney's office and go, what happened? The person plead guilty, he accepted responsibility. He's on probation and he did his time. And they're like, well he's doing the same thing. And so by shifting them to our community justice center and getting them into treatment and services, we're trying to break that cycle. And so when community members see the person and they're not up to no good, they're anecdotally like oh, it's working, as opposed to just the recycle of jail, out, jail, out. WOLF: And so let's talk about your evolution as a jurist. What was it like for you beginning to reside over this court? What have you learned over this past year? JUDGE WOODS: It's been a great year. I've actually been a judge just for a year, also. This was my first assignment as a judge and we sometimes rotate every year to new assignment, and when the presiding judge asked if I wanted to stay, enthusiastically I was like, very much so. I have unfinished business, as they say. But I was a local prosecutor here, in San Francisco, I live here in the city. I've lived here for 15 years and I got to see the difference between hard core criminals who are hurting other people, and low level criminals who are hurting themselves, and see sort of the spectrum. And this is a great assignment because every day I’m enthusiastic about going to work and trying to help somebody get out of the system instead of just recycling themselves at the hall of justice and at our county jail. So the evolution, for me, has been a good one to see it from a different perspective, and I hope to continue to expand our current program, as well as some other programs here in San Francisco. WOLF: And what do you think are the biggest challenges to evolving the criminal justice system so that it incorporates evidence-based strategies, procedural justice, these things that we know work, but perhaps the system, for lack of funds or lack of training, or just habit, is maybe slow to incorporate? JUDGE WOODS: The biggest challenge is trying to get everybody to the table. We're slowly but surely getting there in San Francisco. We're sort of there in terms of district attorney, public defender, the police chief, the mayor's office, which funds, obviously, a lot of the programs that we use here in San Francisco and the non-profits Trying to just get everybody in the same boat and rowing in the same direction. So we're good with that. The biggest challenge I see with us, I think it's nationwide, is dual-diagnosis, the mental health issue. We've spent a lot of money and time and best practices trying to figure out drug and alcohol issues in programming and best practices, and we do a good job of that, but trying to find this other niche, folks with mental health issues, as well as drug and alcohol, is something that I find to be a challenge, just in terms of finding programs, and enough beds, and enough people who have training in both. One size does not fit all when it comes to mental health and drug and alcohol issues. So that's where the challenge of melding those two and working together. WOLF: What do you think is going to happen if and when you move on to a different role as a judge? Are you going to take some of these strategies or things that you've learned with you into new settings? And what if it's a setting that isn't—if it's not a community justice center that doesn't immediately have the tools to assess, or to link to services, or send someone to community service? What would you do? JUDGE WOODS: No offense to them, I’d educate some of my other public judges at the hall of justice, in terms of you can get more bang for your buck with a huge segment of population that does come through the hall of justice into the criminal system. So just exposing them to what I’ve been doing for the past year, it'll be at least two years before I see them again, and some of the other judges who have come before me, have run the community justice center, and just giving our knowledge to our other brethren who have only been at the hall of justice, or only been at the civic courthouse, and just let them know that there are alternatives and better ways of doing things. Even though I’m one of the junior members on the bench, I think I can educate some of my brothers and sisters on the bench. WOLF: Judge Woods, thank you so much. I really appreciate your sharing your insights and your experience with me. It's been very interesting. JUDGE WOODS: Rob, thank you very much. I really appreciate it. WOLF: I've been speaking with Braden C. Woods, who is the presiding judge of the San Francisco Community Justice Center, and we are both here today at Community Justice 2014, it's being held, actually, at the office of the California Courts, here in San Francisco. I'm Rob Wolf, director of communications at the Center for Court Innovation. To find out more about the Center for Court Innovation, visit our website at www.courtinnovation.org. You can also listen to our podcasts there, and you can also find us on iTunes. Thanks for listening.
#13 - Pascal Weinberger- Wunderkind Pascal gehört zu den erfolgreichsten jungen Foundern Europaweit!· Entrepreneur University Podcast
Podcast #013 Pascal Weinberger:Pascal Weinberger ist erst zarte 20 Jahre und hat bereits einen unternehmerischen Werdegang vorzuweisen wie die wenigsten mit 60! Er hat bereits unter anderem einige Jahre bei Google gearbeitet! Mittlerweile ist Pascal Founder von etlichen erfolgreichen Start-ups und auch als Investor tätig! Pascal gilt als "Wunderkind" und ist außerdem Experte wenn es um künstliche Intelligenz geht! Seine Meinung wird weltweit geschätzt! Erst vor wenigen Wochen wurde er zu einer Convention eingeladen, der nur Gäste wie bspw. Mark Zuckerberg beiwohnen ???? !SHOWNOTES: Linkedin Profil Pascal Weinberger Get in touch with him ;)! Wenn dir die Folge gefallen hat, würden wir uns mega über eine positive Bewertung bei iTunes freuen! Vergiss außerdem nicht unseren Podcast zu abonnieren, damit du keine Folge mehr verpasst! Stay tuned! Your Entrepreneur-University Team!
055: Solving the Affordable Housing Crisis· Infinite Earth Radio – weekly conversations with leaders building smarter, more sustainable, and equitable communities
Topic: What’s Driving the Affordability Problem In This Episode: 01:53 Mike shares how to register for the 2017 New Partners for Smart Growth Conference. 02:04 Mike describes the Infinite Earth Lab program and how to register to be involved. 03:00 Jeff Bellisario is introduced. 03:21 Shannon Peloquin is introduced. 03:51 Jeff reflects on what he finds so compelling about community development. 06:06 Shannon shares how affordable housing and community development motivate her. 07:49 Jeff conveys how significant the affordability problem is in the San Francisco Bay Area. 09:39 Shannon also states how significant the affordability problem is in the San Francisco Bay Area. 11:25 Jeff addresses the drivers of the affordability problem. 13:13 Shannon gives her perspective of what’s driving the affordability problem. 14:13 Jeff discusses the population of San Francisco and job growth in that area. 16:26 Shannon supplies her thoughts of what San Francisco needs to do to alleviate the housing affordability crisis. 18:39 Jeff weighs in with his opinion of what San Francisco needs to do to alleviate the housing affordability crisis. 19:52 Shannon discusses financial incentives to create commercial development. 22:46 Jeff adds to the discussion of financial incentives. 23:30 Shannon describes what’s currently happening in the San Francisco Bay Area to create housing. 24:24 Shannon mentions if there have been any housing-shortage studies done in the Bay Area. 25:19 Jeff contributes to the topic of housing-shortage studies. 26:20 Shannon identifies what needs to happen to make progress on the affordable housing issue. 28:19 Jeff tells his thoughts on what needs to happen to make progress on the affordable housing issue. Guests/Organizations: Jeff Bellisario is a Research Manager for the Bay Area Council Economic Institute. He supports a wide range of Institute research through project management, research design, and analysis. His research interests lie at the intersection of community development and finance, and his past projects include analyses of Bay Area housing programs, public-private partnerships for infrastructure, and the economic impacts of transportation investments. Prior to joining the Bay Area Council Economic Institute, Jeff worked in Chicago in various portfolio management and investment analysis positions for John Hancock Financial Services and State Farm. Jeff holds an MPP degree from the UC-Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy and a BS in Finance from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He enjoys long runs through the hills of the East Bay and cheering on his favorite baseball team, the Chicago Cubs. The Bay Area Council Economic Institute is a public-private partnership of business, labor, government and higher education, that works to support the economic vitality and competitiveness of California and the Bay Area. Its work builds on the twenty-year record of fact-based economic analysis and policy leadership of the Bay Area Economic Forum, which merged with the Bay Area Council in January 2008. The Bay Area Council and the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) are the Institute’s leading institutional partners. The Economic Institute also supports and manages the Bay Area Science and Innovation Consortium (BASIC), a partnership of Northern California’s leading scientific research institutions and laboratories.Through its economic and policy research and partnerships, the Economic Institute addresses major issues impacting the competitiveness, economic development and quality of life of the region and the state, including infrastructure, globalization, science and technology, and governance. Its Board of Trustees, which oversees the development of its products and initiatives, is composed of leaders representing business, labor, government, higher education, science and technology, philanthropy and the community. Shannon Peloquin is an Associate Partner in McKinsey’s San Francisco Office and a leader in their Infrastructure, Electric Power & Natural Gas (EPNG), and Aerospace & Defense practices. Prior to rejoining McKinsey in 2012, Shannon worked in the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (MTA) Office of the Chairman. She holds an M.B.A. from Stanford and a Bachelor of Science in Business in Marketing and Non-Profit Management, summa cum laude, from the University of Minnesota. McKinsey & Company is a global management consulting firm that serves leading businesses, governments, non governmental organizations, and not-for-profits. They help their clients make lasting improvements to their performance and realize their most important goals. Over nearly a century, they’ve built a firm uniquely equipped to this task. Take Away Quotes: “Just to throw a couple numbers out, average rents in San Francisco are over $3,500 a month; median home prices are over $1.3 million; and these are numbers that you don’t see anywhere else—maybe Manhattan. So in San Francisco, it’s an issue of there not being enough housing supply to meet all of the demand.” “What does ‘affordable’ mean? We use ‘affordable,’ and when I talk about ‘affordable,’ it is households that are spending more than 30 percent of their pre-tax income on housing-related expenses…What is ‘affordable’ housing? That is kind of also based on kind of a standard, call it two bedroom, one bath for a family or a household of four.” “When we look at San Francisco and we use that affordability threshold, what we found is that more than 70 percent of San Francisco households are cost-burdened, and when we say ‘cost-burdened,’ it’s they are spending more than 30 percent of their income on housing-related expenses.” Resources: Register for the 2017 New Partners for Smart Growth Conference – February 2-4, 2017 in St. Louis, Missouri! Add our brand new Infinite Earth Lab training to your conference registration and receive a special discount. Sign up to attend the FREE training - Equitable Development in Practice– Tuesday, December 13, 2016 at 1:30 Eastern Local Government Commission Bay Area Council Economic Institute Bay Area Council McKinsey & Company McKinsey’s Infrastructure, Electric Power & Natural Gas (EPNG) McKinsey’s Aerospace & Defense
San Bernardino False Flag & Syria· Starseed Radio with Jonah Bolt
DAILY QUOTE: “If you think i’m a smartass, you should meet my spirit guides.” – Anonymous *** San Bernardino Shooting all the Classic Hallmarks of a False Flag ***http://investmentwatchblog.com/san-bernardino-shooting-all…/ *** San Bernardino Media Hoax: CNN, Media, ‘Victims Families’ All Ransack Suspects Family Home, Faux FBI Crime Scene ***http://memoryholeblog.com/…/san-bernardino-media-hoax-cnn-…/ *** FAROOK FAMILY LAWYER SUGGESTS SAN BERNARDINO ATTACK WAS FAKED, ALONG WITH SANDY HOOK ***http://www.blacklistednews.com/Farook_Family_Lawye…/…/M.html *** San Bernardino Shooting : Attorney Says A lot Of Things Don’t Add Up ***http://investmentwatchblog.com/san-bernardino-shooting-att…/ *** California shooting another US false flag attack: Analyst ***http://www.presstv.ir/…/US-California-Shooting-False-Flag-B… *** Yikes! United Nations, U.S. Federal Govt, & Canadian Govt reading About The “Three Tall Athletic White Men In Military Attire” Who Shot Up San Bernardino ***http://libertyfight.com/…/United-Nations-FedGov-Canada-read… *** SHOCK VIDEO: SAN BERNARDINO TERRORIST GUN BATTLE WITH COPS *** *** Two Eyewitnesses Affirm CA Shooters were 3 WHITE Males ***http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread1095786/pg1 *** Witness to San Bernardino Massacre Describes Shooters As Three White Men “Dressed In Military Attire” *** http://libertyfight.com/…/witness_to_san_bernardino_massacr…video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJJFitq3lQQ [LINKS & SOURCES] San Bernardino: Shooter was in contact with terror subjects, officials believe http://www.cnn.com/…/san-bernardino-shooting/index.html Obama: U.S. safe against ISIS attack http://www.cnn.com/…/…/politics/barack-obama-isis/index.html Arsenal of explosives, ammunition found at home of San Bernardino attackers as FBI seeks motive https://www.washingtonpost.com/…/fbi-takes-over-san-bernar…/ Father of San Bernardino shooting suspect says shooter is “very religious” Muslimhttp://www.jihadwatch.org/2015/12/father-of-san-bernardino-shooting-suspect-says-hes-very-religious-muslim San Bernardino Shooting: Muslim Newlywedhttp://www.inquisitr.com/2607715/san-bernardino-shooting-muslim-newlywed-shooting-suspects-home-searched-investigators-make-disturbing-discovery/ Obama Admin Plans Executive Action on Guns http://www.amtvmedia.com/obama-admin-plans-executive-actio…/ Senate votes down gun control as White House plans executive action to expand background checks http://www.latimes.com/…/la-na-obama-gun-order-20151203-sto… San Bernardino shooting: Third suspect detained, at least 14 killed http://wkrg.com/…/breaking-20-victims-from-active-shooter-…/ Obama Criticizes Lack of U.S. Gun Control While in Paris, Pledges Executive Action http://www.breitbart.com/…/obama-criticizes-lack-u-s-gun-c…/‘No boots’ pledge for Syria meant no massive invasion: Obama http://nypost.com/…/no-boots-pledge-for-syria-meant-no-mas…/ Obama says special forces in Syria do not break ‘no boots on ground’ promise http://www.pbs.org/…/obama-says-special-forces-syri…/(Video) Obama: No boots on the ground in Syria https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQ9CcxQjM5A Obama Says He Didn’t Actually Mean No Boots On Ground In Syriahttp://www.hngn.com/articles/156719/20151203/obama-says-he-didnt-actually-mean-no-boots-on-ground-in-syria.htm Martha Stewart Gets Candid About Her Past Prison Time http://abcnews.go.com/…/martha-stewart-candid-past-p…/story… Obama’s Wall Street Donor Hypocrisyhttp://www.usnews.com/opinion/blogs/nancy-pfotenhauer/2012/07/31/obamas-wall-street-donor-hypocrisy Corzine, Amid Scandal, Is Among Obama’s Top Bundlershttp://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2012/04/21/corzine_amid_scandal_is_among_obamas_top_bundlers.html We Owe Martha Stewart an Apologyhttp://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2015/05/22/it-s-time-for-america-to-pardon-martha-stewart.html Brad Pitt Wants Justice for Victims of Financial Collapse: “It’s Disgusting. It Makes Me Angry” http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/…/brad-pitt-lack-accountab… San Bernardino shooting: Dramatic video shows police storming Inland Regional Center http://www.latimes.com/…/la-me-ln-san-bernardino-shooting-d… Active shooter drills carried out EVERY MONTH at San Bernardino Inland Regional Center… staff tweeted ‘drill started’ as police raid beganhttps://www.intellihub.com/active-shooter-drills-carried-every-month-san-bernardino-inland-regional-center-staff-tweeted-drill-started-police-raid-began/ (AMTV Video) San Bernardino Shooting a Convenient Narrative https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkI7p6Qlj2M SHOW BROADCAST LOCATION: Boca Raton, Florida, USA #starseedradio #jonahbolt #ryandernick #bellwetherpost #starseed #arcturianstarseed website: https//www.youtube.com/watch?v=YgM6H6sBwBo
EP 555: Sudo.ai Raises $2.3M at $10.3M Post Money Valuation to Fix CRM Space with CEo Francisco Larrain· The Top Entrepreneurs in Money, Marketing, Business and Life
Francisco Larrain who has been an entrepreneur for most of his life. He was born and raised in Chile and is the co-founder and CEO of Sudo. He founded a company called Zappedy – a payment technology company that was backed by Eric Schmidt and acquired by Groupon. More recently, he led a project engineering team of a hundred plus people for Groupon’s local business. Now, he’s working on enabling high quality work for corporations and their teams. The co-founder and head of product, Amit, is also joining Francisco in this podcast. Famous Five: Favorite Book? – High Output Management (Francisco) What CEO do you follow? – N/A (Amit) Favorite online tool? — Splunk and Github (Francisco) Do you get 8 hours of sleep?— No (Francisco) If you could let your 20-year old self, know one thing, what would it be? – Francisco would tell himself that all these people that you look up to are much more human than you think and he’d would love to have more confidence. Time Stamped Show Notes: 01:29 – Nathan introduces Francisco to the show 02:11 – Amit codes late at night 02:27 – Team of 9 people and they all code 03:00 – Francisco explains the hedge fund with trigger power 04:00 – Francisco likes the entrepreneurial side of the Valley 04:37 – Francisco has raised $3M 04:45 – Sudo wants to fix the broken CRM of enterprise 05:15 – There are system problems and software problems 05:25 – A time consuming software will lead to people not using it 06:17 – Francisco has experienced problems with CRM in Groupon 07:20 – Francisco shares their plan with Sudo, starting with expense management 07:45 – There’s a free-form format in the CRM where people can update 08:10 – Francisco wants to flip everything around 09:17 – Sudo is on pre-revenue and private beta 09:56 – There are 5 pilot companies 10:10 – Sudo will possibly start with monthly subscription system and will move to an account based system 11:00 – The key features of Sudo allows people to add contacts and notes from their meetings 12:30 – Sudo is very sticky with the representatives 13:43 – The $3M seed round was an equity round 13:59 – Francisco shares who their investors are 15:00 – Why the valuation was easy for Francisco 16:00 – Francisco shared the acquisition of Groupon on Zappidy 17:37 – The valuation that was negotiated for Sudo in the seed round 19:50 – The Famous Five 3 Key Points: A time consuming software will lead to people not using it. The valuation is much easier if you’ve had a good exit before. We are all humans – even the ones in the highest positions that we look up to and respect. Resources Mentioned: Acuity Scheduling – Nathan uses Acuity to schedule his podcast interviews and appointments Drip – Nathan uses Drip’s email automation platform and visual campaign builder to build his sales funnel Toptal – Nathan found his development team using Toptal for his new business Send Later. He was able to keep 100% equity and didn’t have to hire a co-founder due to the quality of Toptal Host Gator – The site Nathan uses to buy his domain names and hosting for the cheapest price possible. Audible – Nathan uses Audible when he’s driving from Austin to San Antonio (1.5-hour drive) to listen to audio books. The Top Inbox – The site Nathan uses to schedule emails to be sent later, set reminders in inbox, track opens, and follow-up with email sequences Jamf – Jamf helped Nathan keep his Macbook Air 11” secure even when he left it in the airplane’s back seat pocket Show Notes provided by Mallard Creatives
Margaret Cho· Tom Rhodes Radio Smart Camp
This episode was recorded in San Francisco. I first met Margaret Cho when I moved to San Francisco in the early 1990s and because we both developed and came up together she is a friend that I am always cheering for and who I will always be loyal too. I could go for years without seeing Margaret but when we do it is like we never lost a minute together. I have been communicating with her for the past few years about trying to record an episode of this podcast with her but our schedules have not allowed us to make that happen. A few weeks ago when I was in Los Angeles I asked Margaret if she would be in town and she said that she was going to go San Francisco for Comedy Day in Golden Gate park because this year it was dedicated to Robin Williams. Because of Margaret I bought a last minute plane ticket to fly up for it. Comedy Day is a yearly free comedy concert in the park every year that the city of San Francisco puts on. I had not been to one since the late 1990s and neither had Margaret. It was so much fun to see so many old friends from the San Francisco comedy scene of the 1990s. Deservedly so Margaret is an adored icon and watching her being appreciated makes my heart happy. She is the perfect San Francisco comedian, raised in the city by book store owning parents, an intelligent, funny Asian woman who represents and defends the gay and lesbian community. Margaret has been busting heads in the comedy world for many years and not many comedians ever attain the universal love and appeal that she has. This conversation was recorded the day after Comedy Day in Margaret's Union Square hotel room. We had enjoyed comedy Day immensely laughing our heads off together, my favorite moment was having Margaret sit right up front under the stage and scream her head off laughing at me. I also learned that she was very close to Joan Rivers and that she is still very tore up over her recent death. Margaret and I also were both given our our sitcoms around the same time and they both only lasted for one season. My reaction to my sitcom ending was to plunge myself into drugs and alcohol but Margaret wrote a brilliant one person show called 'I'm the one that I want'. Seeing that show in New York City gave me great inspiration at that time when I needed it. Margaret's career has been so successful because she continuously works her ass off. In this conversation we talk about our sitcom experiences and the mountain of pressure you have on you when you are the star of your own network television show. Margaret Cho has championed countless civil rights causes and has supreme knowledge on many different topics, especially stand up comedy. In this conversation Margaret tells me about Joan Rivers' funeral and the best laugh she had with Joan. We also talk about Korea and the Korean pop culture domination of the planet. I've been to Korea twice in the past 2 years and I'm excited for Margaret to go there just because it will produce another brilliant special for her. We talk about our immigrant mother's and Margaret tells me about her quest to learn the Korean language. She teaches me about the highlights of Korean cinema. The trilogy of movies 'Old Boy', 'Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance'. She we had this talk I watched 'Old Boy' and I highly recommend this mind-blowing movie. Since the day I met her, Margaret has turned me on to cool things. She tells me about the Rue De Temple, the best place to shop in Paris. She gives me the best world wide travel tips she has learned and I tell her the importance of a successful comedian having nice luggage. This episode happened because Margaret suggested that I come up to San Francisco at the last minute. After the joy of having this conversation we went to the panhandle and got stoned before she took me to a guitar store on Haight street. After the guitar store we ate fat gorgeous San Francisco burritos and then Margaret called me an Uber that took me to the airport. It was a perfect 24 hours in San Francisco and this episode is the result of this. She is the Joan of Arc Samurai warrior of comedy and it is my pleasure to present to you now, the one and only Margaret Cho! Intro song: Cutting Room (Hot Pants) – Oceanliners End song: Teenage Fanclub & Jad Fair - Crush on You San Francisco, September 2014
AEE 230: Going to San Francisco? Learn How to "Get Local" with italki Teacher Sarah Honour· All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture
Do you want some help with the local English in San Francisco? Today, San Francisco native Sarah Honour talks about how you can go local with your English in the City by the Bay! Taking IELTS? Get our free IELTS video training course San Francisco is one of the most unique and amazing cities in the United States. It’s residents are technology-centric due to their proximity to Silicon Valley, as well as health-centric and nature-centric due to the progressive philosophy that has long been part of the spirit of the city. Sarah believes that these traits are found in some of the language that San Franciscans use, and that knowing this terminology can help you fit in just a little better. Are you looking for a professional, native English teacher online? Get a native English teacher online in seconds at italki. We recommend italki as our #1 English-learning solution online. Choose from more than 400 teachers to work on your business English or to pass your next big exam. Get our special offer before it runs out! Go to italki and claim 10USD to go toward a FREE English lesson! Here are Sarah’s three top terms for your visit to San Francisco: “Is there an app for that?”: App is short for application, as in for your phone. Because the Bay Area is near the center of a major technological development region, there are apps for almost everything in the city — from calling a taxi to getting your groceries delivered. Organic, Local, Sustainable and Seasonal: Food quality is really important to San Franciscans. Organic means that no pesticides have been used, local means the food was grown nearby, and sustainable means the environment was not harmed to produce it. Seasonal simply means that it is the natural time of year for the food to grow. “Where’s the wiggle?”: San Francisco is a great city for biking, but it is also a city with lots of hills. The ‘wiggle’ is the route for biking with the least amount of hills to go up. Have you ever been to San Francisco? Would you like to go? Tell us why in the comments section below! Sarah is a 31 year old American who was born and raised in Denver, Colorado, studied Communications in Seattle, Washington, and worked for almost 10 years as a nanny (or babysitter) in San Francisco, California. She now splits her time between San Francisco and Sardinia, Italy where her boyfriend lives. She is an English teacher on italki, and is learning Italian and sampling as much of the amazing food and wine from Italy as she can.
Success And Follow Through (S5E15)· Brick By Brick - with Antonio T. Smith Jr. and Tempestt Smith
Antonio and Tempestt take you behind the scenes as they continue to build their company. Antonio is the guest speaker to the entire freshman class to San Jacinto College. http://www.sanjac.edu Charged with the opportunity to speak to the entire Freshman class, Antonio decided to talk about the the link between success and follow through. For the rest of the story, listen to this podcast now and use the hashtag, #plantbetter on any of your favorite social networks, or on this podcast in the comment section. Information on San Jacinto College: Wiley College in Marshall, Texas, is the first African-American college established in the Lone Star State. The institution was founded in 1873 by Bishop Isaac Wiley of Methodist Episcopal Church and chartered by the Freedman’s Aid Society in 1882. Isaac Wiley grew up with dreams of becoming a minister but instead turned to medicine. In 1850 he was given the opportunity to go to China on a medical missionary trip. Following his return to the United States he entered the ministry and rose through the ranks before becoming a Bishop in 1872. In 1873 he founded Wiley College. The college is now affiliated with the United Methodist Church and is dedicated to the idea of social responsibility and seeks to contribute and revitalize the community, which it serves. Wiley College was established to provide an education to newly freed men and women and to prepare them for a new life. It was also established to train teachers for careers at black elementary and secondary schools in Texas and other states and territories. One of the most notable alumni of Wiley College is James L. Farmer Jr., the son of a long-time Wiley professor. James L. Farmer, Jr. was a distinguished civil rights leader who was one of the founders of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) in 1942. He was the National director for CORE from 1961 to 1966 and served as the Assistant Secretary for the US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare in the Nixon Administration for one year. Heman Marion Sweatt, the plaintiff in the U.S. Supreme Court Case in 1950 which desegregated the University of Texas Law School, was also a graduate of the institution. Wiley now offers Associate and Bachelor’s Degrees in 17 areas including: English, biology, business, computer science, and social sciences, along with many more. The college is located on 63 acres of land west of Marshall, Texas between Dallas to the west and Shreveport, Louisiana to the east. The campus is comprised of seventeen buildings that are used for teaching, learning, and research, as well as residence halls for the students. The college also provides opportunities in higher education to non-traditional students through the Wiley Management Institute Program. Wiley College is an open-admissions college meaning that one just needs a high school diploma to gain admission. Wiley adopted the open admissions program in the 1970s to allow more students access to a college education. Sources: Quintard Taylor, In Search of the Racial Frontier: African Americans in the American West, 1528-1990 (New York: W.W. Norton & Company, Inc: 1998); Wiley College Website, http://www.wileyc.edu/ ; James Farmer Biography, http://www.umw.edu/cas/jfscholars/who/default.php ; Isaac Wiley Biography, http://www.famousamericans.net/isaacwilliamwiley/. - See more at: http://www.blackpast.org/aaw/wiley-college-1873#sthash.qdbIEY7h.dpuf Online Admissions Application: https://secures47.brinkster.com/wileyc/apply/ Source: Black Past.orgSan Jacinto College Timeline 1960: San Jacinto College traces its roots to May, 1960, when voters in five school districts —Channelview, Deer Park, Galena Park, La Porte and Pasadena — approved the creation of East Harris County Union Junior College. 1961: Board of Regents officially changes the name to The San Jacinto Junior College District. The college welcomes 876 students to its first classes, held in a handful of renovated buildings in Pasadena, Texas. Dr. Thomas Spencer is elected first President. 1963: The college earns full membership in the Association of Texas Colleges and Universities 1966: Accreditation is granted by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools 1970: The San Jacinto Men's Basketball team wins the NJCAA National Championship 1975: North Campus opens at 5800 Uvalde Road in Houston, earns accreditation a year later. 1979: South Campus opens at 13735 Beamer Road in Houston, earns accreditation in the fall. 1983: The San Jacinto Men's Basketball team wins the NJCAA National Championship. 1984: The San Jacinto Men's Basketball team wins the NJCAA National Championship. 1985: The San Jacinto Baseball team wins the NJCAA National Championship. 1986: The San Jacinto Baseball team wins the NJCAA National Championship. The San Jacinto Men's Basketball team wins the NJCAA National Championship. 1987: The San Jacinto Baseball team wins the NJCAA National Championship. The San Jacinto Women's Volleyball team wins the NJCAA National Championship. 1989: The San Jacinto Baseball team wins the NJCAA National Championship. 1990: The San Jacinto Baseball team wins the NJCAA National Championship. 1999: Voters approve $91 million in bonds to add state-of-the-art Interactive Learning Centers (ILC) on each campus, Fine Arts Centers and substantial infrastructure improvements. All three campuses are reaccredited. 2003: Four North Campus programs — Health Information Management, Emergency Medical Technology, Computer Information Systems and Legal Assistant — earn exemplary status from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. This is the most of any community college in Texas. 2005: South Campus opens the Biotechnology Life Sciences Center to provide leading-edge training and support workforce needs in industry, research and bio-tech organizations. 2006: The Center for Professional Development opens. 2007: Clear Horizons Early College High School opens on the South Campus. A partnership with Clear Creek ISD, this program allows students to earn an associate degree while also earning a high school diploma. 2008: Voters overwhelmingly approve a $295 million bond referendum to create new allied health and science facilities, library and physical education facility improvements. Hurricane Ike inflicts substantial damage to the three campuses. San Jac leadership and faculty unite to get students back to class in just a few weeks and complete the semester on time. San Jacinto College earns reaccreditation in the fall. 2009: Dr. Brenda Hellyer is named chancellor, the fifth in San Jac’s history. 2010: Men of Honor, an initiative aimed at increasing retention and graduation rates among African-American male students, launches with 71 students. 2011: San Jacinto College celebrates its 50th Anniversary. San Jacinto College is recognized as a leader in the national student completion movement by Achieving the Dream with a designation of Leader College. 2012: More than 200 elected officials, community members, former and current San Jacinto College employees, and the Harris County Historical Commission unveiled a Texas Historical Marker on the College's Central Campus. 2013: San Jacinto College graduated over 5000 students. Here are some extra resources that will help you better understand why everything is your fault: The Importance of Follow Through http://www.businesshorsepower.com/the-importance-of-follow-through/ Commitment: Its Purpose and Power http://www.littlethingsmatter.com/blog/2010/07/15/commitment-its-purpose-and-power/ The Importance of Commitment https://www.lockeinyoursuccess.com/the-importance-of-commitment/ To donate to this podcasts please visit https://www.patreon.com/brickbybrick Please rate and comment and email your ideas or suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow Antonio on Facebook: www.facebook.com/theatsjr Email Tempestt at email@example.com Email Tony at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Tempestt at https://twitter.com/Mz_Tempestt Follow Brick by Brick podcast on twitter at: https://twitter.com/brickbybrickpod or @brickbybrickpod Weekly Coaching We now offer 1-on-1 coaching! Email us today for more information and for a free consultation. 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Pasión Por Ariana Grande - Nov 13· Pasión por Ariana Grande
Pasión Por Ariana Grande - Nov 13En este programa:-Ariana en los ensayos de HairsprayLive-Una canción con nuevo vídeo - te contamos cual-Ariana termina su cuarto álbum!!! - tenemos los detalles-Con quienes comparte la ardilla el título de mas grandes en Spotify y iTunes? - Aquí te decimos-Las pre-nominaciones al Grammy - te decimos que y cuantas tiene Ariana-Un nuevo comercial de T-Mobile con Ariana y Nicky Minaj? - te damos los detalles-La polémica de los Grammys y los AMAs en La Última PalabraMúsica y mucho más!!!
Ep.13: Arquitectura tradicional y rehabilitación· La Morsa Era Yo Arquitectura
En este primer episodio del año tratamos un tema que en su día nos sugirió @xoumeco de NTTPodcast, arquitectura tradicional y rehabilitación. Esperamos no haberle decepcionado. Toda sugerencia es bienvenida, envíanos un correo y tarde o temprano trataremos lo que nos propongas. Como ya viene siendo habitual, el tema ha dado para mucho e incluso se han quedado alguna cosa en el tintero. Si te ha gustado el episodio nos gustaría que se lo recomendases a tus amigos, y que nos dejes una valoración en iTunes, nos gustaría llegar a cuanta más gente mejor :-) Sumario y enlaces de interés 0:00:00 Cita de Alejandro de la Sota 0:00:54 Introducción y sumario 0:03:18 Promo Bocados por momentos 0:05:15 Arquitectura tradicional 0:14:49 Integración en el entorno y/o paisaje Sellos LEED Red de construcción con paja Un hombre se construye una Casa Hobbit sostenible 0:31:48 Promo Proyecto dHábitat 0:33:19 Programa de la vivienda tradicional 0:51:48 Estructura y construcción 0:55:26 Estilo 1:08:19 Promo No soy un troll 1:08:53 Rehabilitación 1:15:57 Problemas a la hora de rehabilitar 1:31:20 Vivienda en antigua fábrica de curtidos de la Ribeira de San Lourenzo, Ponte Sarela, de Víctor López Cotelo Otros ejemplos que no nos dio tiempo a comentar: Escuela de hostelería en antiguo matadero, Medina Sidonia (Cádiz), de Sol89 Castillo de Monterrey de Fernández Albalat Lois [pdf] Museo de Castelvecchio en Verona de Carlo Scarpa Palacio de San Telmo (Sede del gobierno de la Junta de Andalucía) de Vázquez Consuegra Monasterio de la Cartuja, Instituto Andaluz de Patrimonio Histórico de Vázquez Consuegra 1:38:56 Promo Still Lost 1:39:42 Correos de los oyentes Enlaces sobre la ciudad de San Francisco: The Steeps Of San Francisco. In Search Of The City's Steepest Street San Francisco Has Needed This for a Long Time: a 'Hill Mapper' Architecture of San Francisco 1:46:06 Despedida y formas de contacto Créditos Todas las canciones incluidas en este episodio y en el momento de su publicación se distribuyen bajo licencia Creative Commons. Canciones: A longa marcha, Grampoder, álbum Golf Whiskey Foggy San Francisco Night, Bitter Mystics, álbum Dreams that Matter Suscripción Feed | iTunes | iVoox | Spreaker También te recomendamos que escuches el Micropodcast de La Morsa Era Yo.