18 Burst results for "Academian"

"academian" Discussed on Chill-A-Kill

Chill-A-Kill

04:45 min | 9 months ago

"academian" Discussed on Chill-A-Kill

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"academian" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"academian" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"academian" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

Coaching for Leaders

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"academian" Discussed on Coaching for Leaders

"Change Right now an incredible amount of change that really in some ways we haven't seen at this speed longtime, and it is requiring many of us to think about how we fit quickly in our work in our leadership today. I'm so glad to welcome. Someone who is absolutely an expert at helping leaders and entrepreneurs be able to make changes to be able to learn to be able to serve customers well, and I know is going to help us to do. Do this better I'm glad to welcome. Steve, blank to the show. Steve is a Silicon Valley, serial, entrepreneur and Academian. He's recognized for developing the customer development methodology, which launched the lean startup movement. He is also the CO founder of Epiphany. Steve spent over thirty years within the High Tech Industry and has founded or worked with an eight startup companies. Four of which have gone public is Google tech talk the secret history of Silicon Valley offers a widely regarded insider's perspective on the emerging Silicon Valley startup innovation. He's also published three books the four steps to the epiphany. Not all those who wander are lost and the startup manual Steve. I'm so glad to welcome you to coaching for leaders. Thanks for having. Bigger I came across two quotes that you've highlighted recently in your writing. One of them is from Frederick Nici. WHO's says what doesn't kill me, makes me stronger and I've also seen the quote from recently that this is not a recession. We're dealing with today. It's a mass extinction event. I'm wondering if you could say a bit about the juxtaposition between those two quotes. Well I quote is simply you know we're going to be knocked down? But hopefully most of us will get up in the morning and her. The Sun will come up on her. Families will still be healthy, and our businesses will merge different, but stronger from this event and the question of how we do that is up to us. And the other. About mass extinction is the analogy that you know the dinosaurs rule beards for a couple of hundred years in there were these little mammal like things made. This is a shrews scurried under their feet and one day the dominant species were got an mammals emerged. eventually became us. We analogy there is you know traditional companies. Some of them have been badly damaged or disappeared, and there are new niches opening up for new entrance that entrepreneurs and leaders ought to be thinking about about one new opportunities that this pandemic offer besides all the downsides of of having to shelter in place. There's so much change happening right now that it is very much a moving target to make any predictions, you have such a unique vantage point of someone who advises so many organizations and especially in the space. How bad is this well? You know it's pretty obvious it's. It's bad for places where there was density and duration of people gathering. Restaurants travel airplanes, hotels, et CETERA. You know also bad for things that are required in person visits. You know surprisingly didn't I didn't think about it for a while, but doctors and dentists along with barbers and hairdressers, and whatever you would think Oh. Yeah, doctors so have job forever. Well those that dependent on office visits those almost went two zero. In fact to the detriment of some people's health, they were having heart attacks, and not even going to the hospital on single doctor. A whole list of thanks of kind of gotten pretty bad. I think we've now kind of lifted some of those restrictions, but to be honest I think it's GonNa permanently changed some of our Baker, maybe for the good, but certainly those changes in behavior are going to open up new opportunities for entrepreneurs, and for existing companies so many opportunities in so many challenges for many organizations right now, and when we think about pivoting and making change one of the methodologies. That's been so helpful to me. In fact, it's probably when I rely on the most is the lean startup movement and your. Your work launched the lean. Startup Movement and folks in the tech space are familiar with it, but there's also many people are not in the text base that have just maybe they've heard of lean startup. They don't really appreciate what it is for those who run into for the first time and they say what is lean startup. How do you explain well you know for those outside? It's ex piece. It's pretty easy. Is that most new products or new additions to existing products are often made Ri- I have an idea you're the features, and let's go build it the whole lean startup. Is. How can we actually reduce the failure rate new ideas and it starts with something very simple. Assume that what you have on day. One is not a finished product or service that's going to be grabbed out of your hands of that. The biggest problem you're going to have is where to put the bags of money, but instead just assume that all you have is a series of untested assumptions. Guesses on what are you guessing about while you? You might be guessing about who the customers are. You might be guessing about what features of what your product or service are that they actually care about. You might be guessing about pricing. We might be guessing about. How would they like the product delivered physically virtually you might be guessing about all other pieces of the what's called the business model. What resources you need? What are the cost? The? What are the revenues and is it a subscription service? Service or or as an outright purchase, or are you licensing hitters premium all those things on day one. They're just guesses. We used to build products and services by writing down all the features. We might possibly want then sending your engineers or developers, a Ross in built all that stuff and then shifted in Ben we would figure out whether people wanted it or not. We now realize that we could put up a wire frame or powerpoint slide like. Like now or put up a fake priceless products sheet, and it feedback as we're getting out of the building and talking to people that has special word, it's called a minimum viable product, which or minimum viable service, which is a fancy word for as we're testing over our assumptions when the key assumptions are the same Wanna buy or use our product or service. So why don't we give them a taste of what that might look like? The key term that I think probably a lot of people have heard here is minimum viable product or minimum viable service, and yet I think that's a term that a lot of people even if they've it before, they misunderstand I'm wondering if maybe you could paint a picture for us of an organization that maybe did it more the traditional way, and then how the approach is different by approaching it from the mindset, and actually doing a minimum viable product. What is actually different in the process well first of all? All the word minimum viable product on its surface. In fact, Eric Reese came up with the name I originally called minimum feature set, which is more technically correct, but I thought his name.

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"academian" Discussed on GradBlogger

GradBlogger

11:28 min | 1 year ago

"academian" Discussed on GradBlogger

"It's an honor to be back. Thanks for having me so those of you that I've been listening for the last twenty five weeks or so. We'll know that we had dave on in episode twenty four the podcast which is actually a really fun one because we were live in San Diego. I'm Pat Flynn's That they're F- Lincoln one and we got in a booth a David. Was it a buzz spro booth or remember the company bus breath. Yeah so as butts brought the podcast and company which unfortunately I don't use that's okay But we got in their booth and recorded Audio tracks about how the how the show is going on the conference going lessons. We are learning Israeli interview at a lot a lot of a lot fun recording. Now we get to meet some of the locals in San Diego. Like Lindsey and Eric Padilla. I brought my son Owen out for a nice dinner with the whole group of of academics mean business Is really cool experience. So Dave and I have not talked in audio. I don't think since then but did reach out on running this job board so backing up thirty one we were talking with. Dr Kris Humphry. He mentioned he had started. Tried to start a job. Wars part of his work on my mentioned that does safety science. I've sort of did something similar with trying to find jobs for engineers and people that wanted engineers and circus job war-concept and we've also agree. That didn't really work for both of us. So Davy Jones said well actually run a job board And it is the Student Affairs Job. Search which you can find on facebook Student Affairs job search by the job hacker and said well. That's great. Yeah let's let's get you on the podcast and figure out how this actually works then. That's where we're talking on the steps over and Dave story a bit some background. How job hacker came about how he sets up and runs the Student Affairs job. Search Board How does it fit in with his? You know his overall strategy online has a fit in with job hacker and how's he promoted and how's he gonNa go growing that and I think it's at maybe three hundred thirty three hundred and forty members today so it's you know there's some some action in there. So Dave can you start off. Just by what is your. What is your backstory? How'd you get start online? What is you know? Where did this all come from? Church so Prior to joining the academy. I was working in Student Affairs Student Affairs for all that are listening. That may not be completely familiar with. It is a place in higher education where we work directly with students so typical areas student first professionals work in our residential life Student activities sometimes academic advising a new student. Orientation Judicial Affairs Community Standard stuff like that so My career had been Pretty varied in student affairs. And the one thing that I always liked to do because I just found it really. Fulfilling was mentor. New Professionals so the career path for a lot of student affairs professionals is going through. Undergrad and then leaving and usually entering a Master's program or working in one of those functional areas talked about before and after they left their Grad Program or finished Grad Program. They are engaged in this job. Search for the first time and what was really interesting was that some students would leave undergraduate and then they would enter the graduate program and they would be conducting this search and the hard part about research is that one. It was usually their first full time job. Career Search intuit was occurs search in higher education and in three it was a research in higher education in student affairs which is kind of its own beast so what ended up happening was. I was a mentor for these different men. Teas that usually got a few different men tease every year and while we like to talk about a lot of different things relating student affairs the overwhelming number of questions. I kept getting was. How do I navigate this job? Search because for all those who have not worked in academia before especially Academian the states or student affairs in the states it is very focused on this collaborative effort between a search committee so overall on average job search can take up to a hundred nineteen days sometimes longer than that so that could be very difficult for a lot of student first professional so I decided to all of this great information and share with my tease online. And that's what became the job. Hacker the website so the packers focused specifically on the Student Affairs job. Search what I do in a regular basis is I work with different student first professionals and I also write blog posts about different aspects of the soon I drop searching how to navigate those basically as a new professional someone work in higher education and also someone that works in Student Affairs. Yeah I love. And if anyone's in that background looking to maybe transition from finishing their graduate degree or you in transitioning from professorship right I don't know all the past come in deadly go Dave's blog on job hacker. I think you're also starting a youtube channel in a podcast or maybe that's already well. Yeah I'm working on it right now. I've got a lot of great Blog content but I also realize that a lot of my audience may not read the blog and its entirety. Supposed to pretty long and I know that Using that same content to approach my audience in different mediums would be useful so I've invested a s video equipment. I started recording. I want to use the video for the the Youtube Channel. And I'm also going to use the audio for a podcast and it's basically the same tips and information that a cover out in my blog but just two different mediums in order to best serve anyone that would like some additional information on their student affairs. Job Search I love it so you kind of went through you. Know what the purpose of jacket job hacker is but is there anything else in there that you know some big goals you have for for what you're doing there. Yeah so one of the one of the most common questions. I kept getting what after I started? The blog was not a lot of people. Appreciated the help. Aw navigating the job search interview help phone interview skills. How to prepare for an on campus interview and everything but The big question the ones that kept coming up even more often than just job search questions was how do I negotiate my salary. Working in higher education and working in academia is often not the most lucrative from salary standpoint position at a person could take so when off usually offered a role After conducting chop search lasting months or sometimes years for some people When I get offered something they usually are not in a position to negotiate so this year I put together a lot of resources into put together this comprehensive class this chorus that. I'm going to teach on how to negotiate their salaries in student affairs. Because what I tell them. Is that just because you work in? Education does not mean that you should not be paid a living and competitive wage for the type of work you do and I think it's a great injustice for a lot of student affairs professionals to not earn that living wage so I put together this nor to help them address that hopefully they can use those skills that they will learn in the chorus to affairs to whatever job or career. They want to engage in the future. And that's really cool and actually liked that because this was back when I was in corporate world so I was doing things I did. Do some research on how to negotiate your salary and I did do that a bit. And it's kind of like I think of a parallel. It's kind of like scholarships for university so a lot of them. Just don't have anybody applies. If you just try you end up getting a good chunk right out of the gate. I think the same in the Gauthier. Cbs Try you can get. Maybe it's not a sure I haven't taken. I'm sure It's it's including there. Maybe it's not a monetary boost right away. But maybe it's more vacation time but I I would think that if you just tried you'd get something I mean. That's what I tell them. I say one. You'RE NOT GONNA get anything unless you ask for it and two salaries are it's a big chunk of your compensation but it's not the only trump and what I tell. A lot of them is that and higher. Education are awesome at least from what I've seen compared to corporate benefits and some of the biggest ones are like vacation time professional development start date our relocation housing in some cases so I tell a lot of students professionals salaries important but don't get hung up Jeff on the salary. Benefits are just as important if not more important. I really liked. That was gonNA stay on top. That is kind of makes sense as something to help them. With the course rake Zer- they can get a benefit has has some dollar value. Tattoo on a thousand dollars. Ten thousand dollars the actually look entire life because it's cumulative than you know maybe tens of thousands of dollars over over twenty or thirty year career but it's much easier to sell something like that right. Oh Yeah Yeah. Yeah definitely You when you're young and you can start out with a higher salary you have compounding on your side. Yeah and then then you know it. You can kind of have a price point. That makes more sense with what you're creating so I think that's a good idea all right so this job board thing then so. I tried it with engineers getting jobs. When Industrial Safety Kris Humphry mentioned that he thought about it and couldn't really get off the ground or previous podcast episode become across the Student Affairs job search on facebook. Which has these thirty during thirty people in their thirties chatting about all these different job opportunities and you know how. How did you set up that job board where I come from so I knew that when I said at the job hacker I I should secure my social media presence on different platforms on facebook? Which is where I get most of my engagements. I started a facebook page. Because that's what I was in Chicago and two I started a group only because I knew it was important but I did not know how the group was going to be different from the page. That's something that kind of bothered me like a page in the group were two areas where I would post my student job. Search blog posts. But if I did that for both what was the purpose of having two of them so what? I started asking People that were receiving my blog posts on emails and everything was would it be beneficial to get postings for new student affairs job opportunities and they said Yeah so. I figured okay. Well I guess I'll start using the the group for that and what it kind of evolved into was I use the group now as a place to kind of curate. All of these different posts like the page is a good way to represent the job hacker from the website on facebook but the group is a great way. It's not only share postings that I'm finding a different student affairs job opportunities but also to discuss those postings and whatever anyone has any specific questions about an institution or a role or relocation was specific area. They have this community in order for them to turn to do so for a website like mine. It's really focused on the job search Having a repository that you can search which we something you can do on. Facebook Is Very valuable because if someone comes in the group and they say hey my name's in I live in California looking to move to the east coast and I'd like to work at residential life. I can say okay well. I'm going to search right now for all the postings and I tagged specific way here are the last five postings for residential life in the New York area Over the last few months and the board is able to store all of that information. And it's just a great place for people to find different opportunities and apply for them because I'm pulling them from everywhere. There's like a couple of different websites that are large posters of job job postings in student affairs but there's a lot of other sources that people miss and I collect all of them and put them in one location while you're describing that some some alarm bells went off my head that I hadn't even really considered it wrote into the outline so tired of it and what.

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Why is Chester Hanks, AKA Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson’s Son, Like This?

Who? Weekly

05:40 min | 1 year ago

Why is Chester Hanks, AKA Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson’s Son, Like This?

"This is chester. Hanks big doc big up the whole island massive cowboy Chattanooga coming from that Golden Globes to- amongst Mexican and. I'll watch I mean it's not the worst thing he's ever done. I think that's the best way to put it. That's the best way to put it. It's the worst thing he's ever done as any Tom Hanks fan longtime hang longtime Tom. Hanks Fan knows Chad. Hayes is the kind of loose puzzle piece in the whole thing of it all yet. He's the son of Tom and Rita. They have their oldest son sons. He's a rapper slash actor slash instagram user and people often he comes up sometimes and then he goes away and then he comes up then he goes away and he's currently coming up because he was at the golden goal to this parents he also like recently in the past four years got sober and had a kid so like his life was just very drama and now it's a little bit less drama. He's wingless academian more less wrapping and more acting and he sort of quieted down down. Yeah everyone could see less of him but that sort of a good thing whatever right but everyone forgot about him and then he was front and center at the Golden Globes last night. Everybody I was like. Oh yeah remember like Tom. Hanks son who's like a little bit yeow unexpectedly Tom. Hey brought the whole. They brought the whole all clan there today all the kids. They brought the kids with Tom. Tom Hanks's other kids. His his non-readers children his children. Even his non on reader children are invited. Children were on. Hank's is a Non Rita Child. It's only they're not talked about over for to their their Colin Hanks as an unruly child. Elizabeth is a Non Rita Child and Truman and chat are Rita Children. But we only read our about chat chester as we really only care about him. Jim Collins Boring Elizabeth is an actor the end. Truman is just to Truman's a little too young to have actually had his coming out party. You know we focus on the real like relevant Tom. Hanks news is aiming to say. Rita Wilson commented on this video of chat doing his thing and he said maybe the best laugh of the night crying laughing. I'm Oh boy it's like. She's so supportive. Wilson is Rita. Wilson is the Hollywood version version of. He's so talented. I'm so proud of talented talented. Don't comment directly about what Chet Hayes is doing like they're really not like getting they're not really we see their pr person is like just. Don't just don't talk about it. It's fine Rita's. Night was not without drama of her own. She she needed a laugh. She tweeted around God win was. When did she tweet this around the Golden Globes the Golden Globes start at noon? La Time so this was probably around six am she between my hair and makeup is person is one hour and twenty minutes late next week hair and makeup is still not here trying to be then next week booked this person in September hair and makeup. Still not here. And if that's like not bad. She went over to instagram because the woman loves to cross platform tweeted a instagram picture of herself with like her hair. That looked slightly curly. Not Not blown out not done up and said we're I don't even have the link but like the version of those tweets again. My hair and makeup person is late. I this is about one thirty. La Time is when she tweeted and she said what you look like when your hair and makeup person for the Golden Globes as one and a half hours late even though you booked him in September will leave one hour to do hair and makeup. What the only leave him what she's like? How will I do this? One in one hour. Will you know when I saw that night. And she figured it out she looked great loved. Always pulls is through. Julianne Moore commented. Oh my God I feel you. Michelle pfeiffer commented heart. Kate Bosworth commented. Oh that's the craziest feeling healing and of course the most Christie comment which was I cannot go on until I know who I have no life. It's like who the fuck needs to know who the makeup artist test is. Like Rosanna. arquette is on a different planet and just as beauty love you bravo Rose rose rose. Rose Rose Clap Clap Balloon. Peace sign for ransom. Wow that's really funny Roseanne Arquett. What's happening Rita Wilson? And I'm not saying this about evidence like Bu- via unnamed sources but also also these tweets themselves like she's kind of a monster I mean. Come on no. I feel feel like celebrities like love her but Jesus Christ yeah I mean. The rumor mill is grinding out. News that she's a bit of a monster but that's okay not not everyone I mean especially. You're a monster. When you're married to Tom Hanks just by comparison? Let's juxtaposed these two people. You come across across as a little more monstrous whenever your husband is saying. It's true like the sacrifice you make by being married to Tom. Hanks that you come off as a monster. Because it's like Mr Rogers is why people are like you know. I Love Fred but his wife was a bitch Da. She was a baby. She was slightly mean. Once you know but I I do feel like looking at read those tweets. I'm just like what is hurt. What's your damage? Lady looking at those three tweets.

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"academian" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"academian" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Pet. Life radio dot com. Welcome back to pets me business radio. Does now or hall against car Goodman, the co founders of animal bio, hey, how's it going? Thanks. Absolutely. Thanks. Thanks so much for joining me today. It's good to have you guys for having us. Yeah. So I got to meet to you. And it's been a lot of fun going through this process with the pet care. Innovation prize, Tulsa, a little bit sue everybody's got some context. I what is animal biomass. How long have you been around? And how did the two of you? Specifically get involved in the your innovation prize in company that restoring got health two cats dogs through offering of the microbiome, which is bacteria mostly and also anti right now, he's signed bacteria that are essential for digestion and other functions and healthy dachshund cats, and we have got restoration supplement to help restore microbes. It might have been lost through exposure to antibiotics food, additives and other things. So the next started their are multiple. Yes. Sorry, sorry to give you a multiple question. So how'd you launch animal bio in the first place? Animal was launched at UC Davis based on research that I was doing at the genome center on the microbiome of cats. I started a citizen science project called kitty bio, my Kickstarter almost three years ago. And did that in part by research on wild dogs and cats, including a cheetahs, and how activity was affecting their gut microbiome cheetahs cheetahs, Nicole. People's Kafue, and it was a research project. We weren't trying to say that it was the guy nonstick tool, but we actually had a tremendous response Kickstarter did really well and raise eight times what we had initially asked for and in that process, we started interact with people about their cats. We found a twenty percent of them had a cat with a chronic adjusted problem, and they were looking for new solutions than they were finding that steroids and antibiotics and prescription diets that were being offered to them weren't working. Started interact with people around their pets was actually really exciting. Translate. Our academic work into something useful. Is just really integrating. And I'm talking to carry about our speaking about applying to incubator program to get funding for this. And she was similarly interested in making leap out of academia. Yeah. So I was working like you said in Mary allergy using DNA sequencing and looking species farm and thinking about shifting into the private sector national dot going on but the NAACP saying in the private sector so six citing to talk the holiday and think about starting this company with her. So we actually started at the Indy bio accelerator program in San Francisco where they gave us seed funding four months of business veteran we did that about fifteen months ago, and then we calling moved into Nikki later space run by QB three. And in Berkeley, that's pretty cool and a ton of progress is a new startup company on that. Because it made a lot of a lot of growth in a very short window of time and hats off to you. So coming out of the world. Academian to now being entrepreneurs and started a world. What's it like I like it because we're learning a ton every day, which was very much like academic research life, but we're actually getting to interface with the people around their pets. I think that's right research is different. It's satisfying in a different way. It's a very long term timelines and so getting to interact with customers whose pets, and that's the rewarding emails about my cats doing so much better. Thank you. You know, I I didn't think there is a solution for this not says, it means everything to us and keeps going into that is one big difference between answered academic life is detached from providing solutions like we're doing. Now, we are learning at every day in that, you know, that was something or doing research, and that was one of the really fun things about it like marketing, and you can actually actively involved in science communication out of UC Davis as well. And and that has actually been very valuable here. There were basically continuing to educate people about with microbiome is and how it can be maintained store. That's a good opportunity to pause and educated a little bit. What is the microbiome? Yeah. So microbiome is it's all the microbes that live on NS and the ones that live in our guts do a lot of workforce in terms of digesting, our food and helping with our immune system. And so if you're missing certain tax risking some of the microbes that are good press. Then you can get sick for humans, and it's true for cats and dogs because they're mammals like us. They have a similar physiology. And so I worked for dealing with the gut microbiome specifically, the microbiome is made up of microbes and microbes bacteria fungi and other like organisms, so when you typically find animals that are having severe issues is that typically the cause that they are missing a percentage of the microbiomes that they should have to be healthy difficult questions to answer is out. So we had a casket. So we can look at competition. Bacteria and often we do find that they have representation of groups that are healthy. But I think they usually our customers have tried everything else. I often they've even had and asking me or ultrasounds done for things like inflammatory bowel disease, though, China understand that round look digestive disorders and the main causes are complex and we'd also find the attender sand. But the hosts DNA also have genetic predispositions for some of the. These conditions. But by the time our customers come to us. They usually try everything else. And so we are finding that often it may be costs kasha. Yeah. And I'm sure you guys see this is really tough cases. I'm sure so I probably have over simplified this. But may be good to to explain what you guys do on the diagnostic side as well as the therapeutic side. So can you explain a little bit of what a micro bio testing kit looks like and what the process might look like for customer. That's coming to you guys. Sure. So our assessment get product which again from our website. Now, if you order that then you receive a box and in the box is sampling equipment. So that's a plastic Nile with a stabilizing buffer in. What you do is you collect a little piece of your poop from your catalog, but it didn't avail, and then we send you a glove. So you don't have to touch it. You send it back to us in one of the limps that we provide. And then what happens in the lab is that we take that vile and take the poop, and then extract all the DNA from the us next generation sequencing to figure out what's in there. We take all those strings of as jeez teason season match them to know databases of bacteria. And so then we say, you know, these are all the bacteria in that sample, and this is how much of each is in there. And so then we have report that compares what's in your animal to our database of healthy animals. So the world of deep science big data improve merged together, pretty cool. So I should have mentioned let me do this before we take a quick break. If anyone wants to take a look, and you should the website is animal Baion dot com. That's the word animal B M E dot com, and we're.

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"academian" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"academian" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"On with DNA sequencing and in the private sector in so six to talk to Holly. And think about starting this company with her. So we actually started at the Indy bio accelerator program in San Francisco where they gave us seed funding, four months of business mentoring. We did that about fifteen months ago. And then we moved into incubator space run by QB three. And in Berkeley, that's pretty cool. A ton of progress is a new startup company because it made a lot of a lot of growth in short window time and talk to you so coming out of the world academian to now being entrepreneurs and started a world. What's it like I like it because we're learning a ton every day, which was very much like academic research life, but we're actually getting to interface with the people around their pets. I think that's right research is different it satisfying in a different way. It's a very long-term timelines and so getting interact with customers whose pets. You've helped is immensely rewarding. You know, we get emails about numb mcadoo showing so much better. Thank you. You know, I I didn't think there is a solution for this. It means everything to us and keeps us going into that is one big difference between and sort of academic life. That's detached from providing solutions like we're doing. Now, we are learning a ton every day in that, you know, that was something or doing research, and that was one of the really fun thing. About it like marketing actually, actively involved in science communication out of Davis as well. And that has actually been very valuable here were basically continuing to educate people about with microbiome is and how it can be maintained. And that's a good opportunity to pause and educated a little bit. What is the microbiome? Yeah. So microbiome is it's all the microbes that live on NS and the ones that live in our guts do a lot of work for us in terms of digesting, our food and helping with our immune system. And so if you're missing certain tax risking some of the microbes that are good press than you can get sick must superhumans and it's true for cats and dogs because they're mammals like us, so they have a similar physiology. And so I worked for dealing with the gut microbiome specifically claim that the microbiome is of microbes microbes bacteria, fungi and other microorganisms. So when you typically find animals. Are having severe issues is that typically the cause that they are missing a percentage of the microbiomes that they should have to be healthy difficult question to answer is out. So we had a casket. So we can look at competition. Bacteria and often we do find that they have a poor representation of groups that are healthy. But I think usually our customers have tried everything else. I often I've even had and asking me or ultrasounds done for things like inflammatory bowel disease, though, you know, it's China understand the round look digestive disorders and the main causes are complex, and we also planning sand the the hosts DNA well search genetic predispositions for some of these conditions by the time our customers come to us. They usually that try everything else. And so we are finding that often it may be in costs kasha. Yeah. And I'm sure you go see some really tough cases. I'm sure so I probably have over simplified this. But. May be good to to explain what you guys do on the diagnostic side as well as the therapeutic side. So can explain a little bit of what a micro micro-biology testing kit looks like and what the process might look like for my customer. That's coming to you guys. Sure. So our assessment kit again from our website now if you order that then you receive a box and in the box is sampling equipment. So that's a mastic Nile with a stabilizing buffer in. What you do is you collect a little piece of your poop from your cat or dog, but it didn't avail, and then we send you gloves. So you don't have to touch it. You send it back to us in one of the envelopes that we provide. And then what happens in the lab is that we take that vile and take the poop, and then extract all the DNA from the poop and use next generation sequencing to figure out what's in there. We take all those strings of as jeez teasing season match them to known databases of bacteria. And so then we say, you know, these are all the bacteria in that sample, and this is how much of each is in there. And so then we have a report that compares what's in your animal to our database of healthy animals. So the world of deep science big data improve merged together. Pretty cool. So I should have mentioned let me do this before we take a quick break. If anyone wants to take a look, and you should the website is animal. Biomass dot com. That's the word animal B M E dot com..

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"academian" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"academian" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Get get him to move over but that cost around probably quite chunk of that time and today of course the injuries of caught up with him and he's dropped out of contention really of the overall riders richie porte rigoberto ron not that we were considering warren boggy eliza contender but he you know he wa he talked about possibly deliberately losing time to try and got twins later on off the front didn't they and then sat up and then they lose that time so he may well be come come mission accomplished indeed yeah but in terms of the other g c riders restore just a few lines with how mica about kamala illness academian they're kind of in the b group of gce riders really today on goals found amount of you we know now that you know of of union were probably richard favorite all the time there's a funny thing as often in boswell just far ligon bernal true does a funny thing when you look at the standings we we said he was you know was not a real mountain stage in need it didn't make any big difference but if you look at a top ten radisson the juicy now that you've got all the top contenders actually so the rest of them did the one who you took benefited from the first week they're out of the way so so in a way the the kind of you know laundry job as as you know as we say in france from time to time about mountain stages as been done you know the dusts has been taken away and greg van mattis like the one year coin collecting walking absolutely exactly nice very nice metaphor well let's look at the back end of the race because there was some drama there's well the well we heard mark how marcel kissel off the back prettier early and time got was big and in terms of making the repetto and getting over the line inside the time limit today was really tricky because they were the too early climbs and then there was this horrible kind of p downey folks flat valley road and then then the last climbs and for riders who are chasing to get inside the time limit pretty much the least ideal course for them and they to incredibly find time i think with thirty four thirty and i made it with twenty eight seconds to go mark kennedy moss okay it'll and dylan grow in that final group and well i was the dimension data bus with their sports director roll out act as he was kind of nervously but also a cool way keeping an eye on the clock grow for you nervous the time limit why i mean you later all the time for all eventualities and and that's what you have to do if you have sprinters and then you kind of live with what it is condu it's not really that anybody slows down on purpose it's for sure that you don't really want to overdo it so you know you do what the after do and but i think you know if people are out of time it's not it's never really that they plan to was just the consequence of very very hard raising sometimes that you just said okay you know it's it's just not doable and they're more stages to come which i even more difficult what limit today very likely thirty four minutes thirty and you know i mean if you through that group peto speed really really like a rough calculation with you lose a minute on the kilometer if you just repet repetto so by that you know you just you just have to calculate the kilometers climbing and then you can figure out when we drop them not to be everything else just and and and you.

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"academian" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"academian" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"Teachers educators but and it becomes a real problem too when you go into the business world and if you're boring today especially as an entrepreneur boring entrepreneur may have the greatest idea in the world and this is one of the themes that come back to time and again in all the books i write you can have a great idea if you cannot communicate it in articulate your idea to trigger that evangelism on the part of other people to get people excited about your idea it'll fall on deaf ears so you can have an idea without eloquence does is pretty many lists so how how does that let salmon new entrepreneur i've got this great idea i'm just starting out how do i where do i start with communication i want i want to i want to sell my idea i want people to invest in me the most important thing that's a by car minds book well that's good that's good advice because we feel look at the greatest teachers on earth there were storytellers and most and most academia's are not okay here here's you brought up something really interesting then i'll get to kim's question okay robbery you brought up something most echo academian are not storytellers and and frankly most to communist are not most storied most scientists are not robert schiller of the price schiller index the nobel prize winning economist he's actually been writing quite a bit about the fact and criticizing his own economics field because the wrong yeah they get it wrong more than they get it right because they don't understand narrative i call it storytelling he calls it narrative it's the same thing booms and busts stock market booms and bus financial cycles are all driven by human behavior and human behaviors driven by the narratives that we share and we tell ourselves so if you understand narrative it's a very very powerful tool well the the biggest problem with economists scientists and they're not scientists and the second thing about economists is if forget that humans humans irs national they do not behave in rational manner with with several things.

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"academian" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"academian" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Against his lebron the only one you can't worry about it with i understand what you're saying seven footers foot problems but you can worry about kevin durant foot problems too he's a seven footer if you want to i guess you even playing for a while those people don't realize is that the process it didn't take all that long and now we're seeing the results fairly immediately like we can hypothesize about isn't going to get hurt when is that going to happen but the sixers are making moves and they are going to make moves this summer that or going to reshape the league the thing that always bothered me about sam hinkie being ousted was that he had a big swing in him and i say that because in that story that i wrote in which the process happen to become popularized nationally that's right because you may trust the process nationally pablo tori did that did but in that story kapiti it so it's a fact we're not making that up this belongs to pablo tori he made process trust the process popular not tony roden rotten me but sam hinkie in that story goes to sixers ownership in his job interview and says here's a powerpoint presentation ten the biggest part is how i traded for james harden in houston today academian not milk and the us nineties like please get me it's an emergency i'll bits pancakes delivered to some random nights like i really need both sodium soup can you get that that was.

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"academian" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"academian" Discussed on WCTC

"Two call the laura ingraham show one eight five five forty laura those are out of the lobby whoa by what tonight to express gratitude to all the women who have endured years of views and the slow because they like my mother had children to feed bills to pay and dreams to pursue they are domestic workers and farm workers they are working in fact lose and they work in restaurants in their academian engineering medicine and science are part of the world tech and politics and business they're athletes and the olympics and there are soldiers in the military athletes than the olympics and soldiers in the military how illuminating that was oprah from the golden globes some saying this would play in iowa what was his name bill curb she'll lusa saying on cnn so liz on cnn this morning i could see this playing in iowa i could hear the imagine if there is a opening volley in iowa well we have a caller unlike couple of the gale from iowa your reaction would this play in iowa it will absolutely not play in iowa it does not resonate one iota with me she's me hollywood liberal uh it it it's not every life she has no clue what were like out here non and i'm tired of the liberals making women into bic dumps you know i was attacked once i thought back i fought back say no flag them across his face get out memo you have to do quitting victim i liked do deal you're not deal king are you no let me just start with a k the k i have.

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"academian" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"academian" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Stamp out workplace sexual harassment see without about your farm workers ram n in the hospitality work as i l plays i'll let meryl streep who of course remember last week we were saying she she she was silent on this think and actresses in hollywood were charging her with silence on the harvey weinstein situation she showed up with a some woman who was representing the farmworkers union they all had like proxy activists with the most number twos it was unbelievable it was an unbelievable thick more all right let route let's listen to this isn't another the part of oprah's speech where she was really a building to the crescendo wounds i want to night to express gratitude to all the women who have endured years of abuse and assault because they like my mother had chosen just seed and bills to pay and dreams to pursue we're here to win there were no they are domestic workers for her farm workers they are working in fact recently worked in restaurants in their academian engineering in medicine and science are part of the world the tech and politics and business there aren't athletes in the olympics and there are soldiers of the military and there's someone else someone else who's who's someone else we've we we drafted their james and their southern album hair yeah the cliffhanger james was he added on that the someone else who is that someone else.

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"academian" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"academian" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Farm workers union they all had like proxy activists with the mess in number twos it was unbelievable it was an unbelievable thick more all right let's let's listen to this wasn't a part of oprah's speech where she was really a building the crescendo i want to like to express gratitude to all the women who has endured years of abuse and assault because they like my mother had children just seed and bills to pay and dreams to pursue we're here to win when he never know they are domestic workers for her farm workers they are working in fact recently what can restaurants in there in academian engineering and medicine in science are part of the world the tech and politics and business there aren't athletes and the olympics and there are soldiers of the military and there's someone else someone else who's who's someone else we've we we drafted their james and there are still don't know who i'm here yeah the cliffhanger james worthy added on that the someone else who is that someone else i fell asleep at that point i'm sorry but this i want i want our listeners reaction to this but this was one obvious attempt to shift the spotlight away from kevin spacey and the pedophile in hollywood who've been abusing smallboy's not just women do you noticed i notice this rehman and everybody listening right now how many of you heard her speak for men who have been abused did she even mention men i listen to that entire speech on youtube unless i'm missing something i did not hear her mention men or kboi's who've ben abused by some of the biggest names in hollywood in the entertainment industry by homosexual directors and casting agents who have abused boys and i think that when that story blows up we're really gonna were really going to hear hear about it or not i don't bowers it just women who count i it was so obvious to me that this was a this this this was a beautiful speech in a way it was considered it conceived and written and presented.

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"academian" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"academian" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"Kerr with respect to other people that's a possibility so as i see it those are the three options in every one that i know who's really smart who actually was in the business of doing this work doesn't think it's option one either meanwhile everyone as he ntv seem to think it's option one i could be wrong but up but i really don't see option one i don't wanna go to long so just a couple more quick points in then i'll see you guys on thursday point one the logan act you've been hearing a lot about logan act and a lot of people are hopeful that there could be a charge under logan act what is the logan act as i'm sure you've heard by now it's a seventeen ninety nine statute that essentially bars private citizens from interfering with diplomatic relations between the us and foreign governments and there's been some discussion on whether about whether or not michael flynn engage in a violation of logan act a couple of things remember about the logan act are these one the logan act has never successfully been prosecuted even though it's been on the books since the eighteenth century two it's kind of announced achu and there are a lot of folks who think it's short of unusual to have this kind of abroad ban the main criticisms of logan act our first people have raised an objection to prosecutions under the logan act based on a first amendment theory that you should be able to say what you want to say i i find that at objection at that persuasive second people have said in academian other circles that maybe the act could be enforced because it hasn't been use a longtime under some doctrine in obscure doctrine i don't think that's great objection either my fundamental objection to the idea of a logan act prosecution of jared kushner or any other person in the trump orbit is that in the whole world is watching if you're going to bring a charge of that series against members of the white house or the president himself i think you want to rely on the statute that has been proven that has been tested whose parameters are clear that the courts have entertained and.

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"academian" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"academian" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Hi larry steve from colorado on quashing republicans have the presidency bennett the house of representatives and most of govern governorships in the country and we are still plagued deefat been back on our heels since when trump got elected we are why is that opening i mean we've got majorities every word were still planes defense what's up for that thank you nathan one s agency to play 941 74 three quake western the answer is half the country believes as a free lunch and that the other half is stopping the meeting on yes country has been in studio the hollywood academian media into believing that burma should get bigger and bigger the rich don't share the rich we acclaim more we should be spinning all this money to convert our energy to clean renewable energies then wholesale attack on capitalism by crying out loud democrats almost nominated a socialist selfdescribed socialist a lot of stuff to unpack undo and that's where aim at comes in by the way their one million members demand that our elected officials in dc do as a as we voted for relief from everincreasing healthcare costs voted for relief and attacked front as well let's make that happen joined the one million plus members of aimak make sure your voice her in washington dc aim aimak dot us or call aaa two six to two thousand six that's a mac dot u s gayle king was on the kobe our show last night and yes he may yokes of 20 rows his former colleague ard.

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"academian" Discussed on WREK

WREK

03:15 min | 4 years ago

"academian" Discussed on WREK

"Imploding middle actual resources to transition from an imperial civilization of earth invaders to an ecological civilization of birth protectors it requires a fundamental rethinking of our foundational stories by the institutions of academian religion around a living universe narrative that recognizes our hugh eamon nature responsibility and possibilities as living beings born of and nurtured by a living earth that's david courten and this is alternative radio i'm david by sam yang this edition of the aar features david courten toyed an ecological civilization we'll rogers a famous us humorous once said if you find yourself in a whole stop digging good advice we stand it we heated when it comes to climate change scott pruitt the head of the environmental protection agency says this tremendous disagreement about climate change is there the scientific consensus is close to 100 percent the fox is in charge of the henhouse while he was attorney general of oklahoma pruitt worked handinglove with the oil and gas industry he filed fourteen lawsuits against the epa trump has called climate change a hoax concocted by the chinese his cutting epa staff and slashing its budget our precious planet is in danger we should listen to our native american and first nations water and land protectors and nurture and cherish the earth and move toward an ecological civilization our guest today is david courten your of many books including when corporations ruled the world and change the story change the future he spoke at the university of alberta in edmonton and now david courten we heroins have become a truly global species with both the ability and the necessity to choose our common future with conscious collective and nor advances in the biological and ecological science combined with the global communications network give us the means to make that transition growth in our human numbers enter the destructive power of our weapons of mass destruction of one another and nature creates the necessity and i include among the weapons of destruction of course technologies that are behind the the tire sense extract shen than many of our other this guided adventures in taking the harbans back out of earth mills say more about that we can sum up our global situation with three interlinked crises first and most fundamental we face a growing global environmental crisis.

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"academian" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

Radio Atlantic

02:31 min | 4 years ago

"academian" Discussed on Radio Atlantic

"You know post truth tendency in did set of disciplines in academian sociology an anthropology all over the place all of that i would say the greatest consequence is having enabled empowered the the american right to take you'll same thing to do the same thing and also attain political power right they found that really interesting reading your book right after reading you will nor noah harari's sapiens in part because the narrative the he spins one of the things that he argues makes homo sapiens us humans unique is our ability to spin myths to spin fables to believes stories stood to make systems that aren't necessarily empirically true but that organiz people in all sorts of very powerful ways one of the most potent of them being money finance uh in two thousand seven the economies falling apart and the fed decides to do quote unquote quantitative easing a start just saying money exists where it hadn't existed before and we just all decide to believe it and that that ability to all kind of fall in line behind a myth is what enabled humankind to actually prosper right i read serbians i've rare vanished become a warmer and agra ira lenny many histories of religion which make similar and adjacent arguments another thing that happened in in the '60s is exactly what he argues in that book which is that all reality is socially constructed reality that became a commonplace consensus view of the academy really and thank you thank you french postmodern welmont and and and austrians and germans and lots of people who who's who's who's ideas we imported and then adopted as true and okay that's an interesting argument but once it becomes an argument that anybody can use to justify any belief that they want to impose on themself their family their community or the nation it because very problematic so sure nothing israel as the beatles told us back then as well but once everybody is allowed to act on that belief in that becomes part of our kind of american mental operating system in a way that i think it's more so here than elsewhere in the developed world i think he gets problematic.

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"academian" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"academian" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"You're listening to you serious enquiries own to beat el lohan welcome to series inquiries only this is episode number fifty three i'm your host thomas smith our it today i am really excited to bring your conversation with aaron raby or i guess he pronounces it rabbi on postmodernism so much of the criticism when we talk about the gender studies hoax a lot of other things a lot of jordan be peterson's criticism so much of it comes down to postmodernism is taking over academian huge problem and i couldn't help but wonder just what exactly is postmodernism ano wanted to do kind of a basics on it and aaron has done some reading done some research he also has of course the background philosophy and he's here to take us through it so just what is postmodernism let's find out boom boom boom boom boom boom joins me now is erin rabbi he's of the embraced the void podcasts how you doing aaron and doing great thomas how are you doing during great the air in has been on owes it to times before one time before i can't remember it's it's been a couple of times that we did the consequential as mep associated get a free will yeah off and on a seriously stirring up enquiries pay fans on light the lesswell in that spirit you know uh yet sturrup today todd let's start some rumors about a steady eight ministers so areas yeah you've been kind of the philosopher uh on call here to carry educate us about philosophical diabetics from time to time and it's been really cool also should know that.

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