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A highlight from A Primer on LK-99
"Welcome back to The Breakdown with me, N .L .W. It's a daily podcast on macro, Bitcoin and the big picture power shifts remaking our world. What's going on, guys? It is Friday, August 4th, and today we are doing a primer on LK99. Before we get into that, however, if you are enjoying The Breakdown, please go subscribe to it, give it a rating, give it a review. Or if you want to dive deeper into the conversation, come join us on the Breakers Discord. You can find a link in the show notes or go to bit .ly slash breakdown pod. Well, friends, there are a lot of jokes going around Twitter about people pivoting from crypto to artificial intelligence to finally now moving on to superconductors. And so, of course, I decided to completely embody that stereotype and do the primer show on LK99. Now, in all seriousness, you know that the frame for everything on The Breakdown network is big picture power shifts. And if this ends up being real, it would certainly qualify. So today's goal is to give all of us lay folks and non experts out there a base level understanding in what the hell is going on. So we can try to follow along and understand how excited or, on the other hand, disappointed to be as more news comes out. So what we are talking about is, of course, that in late July, a pair of scientific papers were published claiming to have synthesized a superconducting material that operates at room temperature and ambient pressure. The material was named LK99. Now, initially, some optimists were very excited, but by and large, the response was skeptical. This type of superconductor had been the subject of high profile scientific fraud just a few years ago, and some of the data presented in the paper seemed questionable. The following week, one of the authors of the paper, Youngwon Kwon, presented his team's findings at Korea University. And just to add more intrigue to the whole thing, his appearance was shrouded in controversy. There were allegations that Kwon had uploaded the paper without the consent of the other authors. Unofficial from Korea University disavowed affiliation with Kwon, saying that he was no longer in contact with the university. There was even some suggestion that he had shown up unannounced to give the presentation. And already enthralled by the story, the internet tuned into the Korean language presentation, which fleshed out the data and the findings. Kwon claimed to have brought a sample of the superconducting material, but was unable to source equipment to hold a demonstration. Still, despite some of the problems, the presentation did fill in enough gaps from the paper to convert some number of people into, if not outright believers, at least a little bit more optimistic. And what's more, it seemed to people like the implications were really significant. Not only in terms of what a room temperature superconductor would mean, but also in terms of what it said about the scientific process. General Fabrication Engineer Matt Palmer wrote, If the room temp superconductor paper is real, then it's one of the most profound indictments of the way we do science ever made. You could easily have found this with an 1890s lab, which means that we've been effing up the search process over the space of possible room temperature superconductors in profound ways for over a century. Either our discovery process is unacceptably inefficient, or our allocation of resources to research and development is much too sparse. Now at this point, with the idea in mind that this is a primer for people who are just coming into this discussion, let's talk about what a superconductor actually is. Obviously this is very integral to the story. In very basic terms, a superconductor is a material that transmits electricity without resistance. This means a cable made of a superconducting material could transmit electricity over long distances without losing power or generating heat. Keep in mind, for example, the US electrical grid loses around 5 % of its power during transmission and uses extremely high voltage to achieve this level of efficiency. To give a sense of scale, copper wire has around 168 ,000 times more resistance than superconducting material. Now superconductors have a few other interesting properties that give them some unique use cases. Because electrons can move freely through superconducting material, they are perfect insulators for magnetic fields. When a magnetic field is applied to a superconductor, the electrons within it move to cancel the magnetic field out entirely. This property is known as the Meisner effect. This effect causes a superconductor to float in mid -air above a magnet. And if you've been following the story, you've probably already seen a lot of videos of hovering material. However, the Meisner effect is also used in some advanced high -speed trains. The lack of resistance within a superconducting material also means that lossless battery design is possible. Electric current can persist indefinitely within a superconducting loop without any degradation. However, so far, superconducting batteries are so impractical that they aren't used in applications that you would typically think of for batteries. Instead, they are generally only used for things like cleaning the electricity supply for facilities with very tight tolerances like microchip fabrication plants. Now superconductors are not a new discovery. The phenomenon was first discovered in 1911 as a property of mercury when cooled by liquid helium to negative 450 degrees Fahrenheit within an ultra -low pressure environment. Shortly afterwards, the phenomenon was observed in tin and lead at similar temperatures. Since then, over 70 different elements and compounds have been discovered to have superconducting properties under certain conditions. The problem up until this point was that no one could figure out how to create a superconductor that would function at anywhere near room temperature. Most modern superconductor applications use a material that functions while cooled by either liquid nitrogen at around negative 300 degrees Fahrenheit or liquid helium. Thus, this challenge to create a superconductor that could function at room temperature has been one of the holy grails of materials science for decades. Indeed, this long history is why some people with more experience in the field were initially so inclined to be skeptical. On August 2, Professor Michael S. Fuhrer wrote, He goes on, But not every serendipitously discovered, unexpected, apparent, very low resistance state in a strange material is superconductivity. You'd think superconductivity would be easy to detect. It comes with zero electrical resistance, so if you measure resistance and it's zero, you're done. Unfortunately, there are many ways to get fooled. Too many for one thread. So generally, you'll need to see multiple pieces of evidence for superconductivity. Meissner effect, AC susceptibility, temperature -dependent critical field, etc., etc., etc. Even then, nature sometimes throws good scientists a curveball and can fool on multiple counts. So there is a steady trickle of difficult -to -explain results that look a lot like superconductivity, sometimes at unexpectedly high temperatures. The word tantalizing is often used. These are colloquially called unidentified superconducting objects. There are also some more scandalous cases where fraud was known to occur or strongly suspected. Also notable is that there's no clear end to each of these stories. In many cases, if you look into these past examples, you'll find them just as credible as the most recent example. It's just that, after a while, with no news of experimental replication in other labs, interest fizzles out. Unfortunately, many mysteries in science remain unsolved. But with that, let's talk about what this paper actually said. The paper was called the first room temperature ambient pressure superconductor. And while I had started to write my own summary of what it said, aided of course by GPT -4, using the ARVIX reading plugin, I actually think that the best simple description comes from Ars Technica. Given that, I am going to quote it now at length. The more detailed of the two manuscripts describes how to make the material and measurements of its property. The material itself is a variation of a well -known chemical called lead apatite. Apatites are a class of chemical that form similar crystal structures. This particular version is primarily composed of lead and phosphate groups. All of its constituents are cheap and readily available. The version developed here, which has been termed LK99, was made by reacting a lead sulfate with a copper -phosphorus compound. The reaction requires high temperatures for over a day under a vacuum. This strips the phosphorus from the copper, oxidizes it, and allows it to displace the sulfur from its compound with the lead. Critically though, some fraction of the lead itself ends up replaced by copper in the resulting compound. This has a significant impact on the apatite crystal structure because copper is quite a bit smaller than lead. The researchers claim the overall volume of the sample drops by about half a percentage as well, and that change is accompanied by shifts in the orientation of various atoms and bonds. That means changes in where the electrons reside within the material. That change appears to be critical to the LK99's behavior. Superconductivity is associated with a number of very specific properties, and the researchers measure two of them. The expulsion of magnetic field lines, called the Meisner effect, and the existence of a critical temperature at which conductivity changes. It's hard to explain just how strange these experiments are. Under normal circumstances, the superconducting material starts out behaving as a normal chemical and has to be cooled down to the critical point where exceptional behavior emerges. LK99, by contrast, starts out superconducting and has to be heated beyond the boiling point of water to reach its critical temperature. The only somewhat strange result here comes at temperatures just below the critical temperature. At room temperature and above, the resistance of LK99 remains at zero, as far as the testing equipment is able to measure. But it starts to rise ever so slightly once temperatures reach 60°C and displays a smooth upward slope until the sample hits 90°C, at which point it stays flat until the critical temperature is reached. The researchers did not attempt to explain this. So even that, which is well written and simplified for a generalist audience, is still obviously extremely technically dense. But in many ways this story isn't as much about the science, because obviously what do I have to say about that, and instead is about what has happened surrounding this research. Following Kwan's presentation, the scientific community was armed with a plausible set of data, a reasonable explanation of the novel superconducting mechanism, and an achievable process to synthesize the material. That meant, of course, that the race to replicate the result was on. At least 12 attempts to synthesize LK99 are currently underway at universities and national laboratories around the world. At the time of recording, two Chinese laboratories have claimed to have succeeded in replicating LK99. You might have seen the video of a tiny flake of the material floating above a magnet which went viral on Chinese social media on Wednesday. Now this floating phenomenon, which is a demonstration of the Meisner effect, is the easiest way to prove that the replication attempt has yielded a superconductor without extensive material testing results. However, there is still significant skepticism concerning the validity of the proof presented by those Chinese institutions. At the moment, the original samples of LK99 produced by the Korean team have not been given to other labs for independent verification, although this has been promised to happen soon. Now part of the confusion around why replication is taking such a long time is that the method of creating LK99 is deceptively simple while also being fiendishly difficult. It has now been two weeks since the preprint paper was released and a week since Kwan's presentation of the results. LK99 is not created using a particularly complex process or using any exotic materials. Two relatively common lead compounds are combined in a furnace and then a copper compound is added under a vacuum. The limiting factor is really just time. From precursor chemicals to the final result, the process takes around three days. Indeed, demonstrating how simple the process is to carry out with common lab equipment, one Russian chemist live -tweeted her chaotic attempt to cook up LK99 in her garage, including a few homegrown improvements to the recipe. At the end of that process, she presented a picture of a tiny fleck of floating material, but no one is quite sure how genuine this particular thread or attempt was. Now another problem with the process is that it creates extremely low yields. The claimed successful replications out of China have produced samples no larger than a grain of sand. The chemistry involves a good deal of luck to be successful. During the process, copper atoms replace lead atoms within the material structure, which happens entirely by chance. To create a viable sample, this luck has to occur within a continuous chain of atoms to create a superconductor large enough to test. Adding to the problems, LK99 is only a superconductor along one dimension within its three -dimensional structure. This means that some samples may not levitate, making them much harder to detect. Now the latest attempt that people are excited about comes from Varda Space Industries in the US. Varda is a group of engineers working on space technology, but they got really excited about this, realized that they had everything they needed to theoretically replicate the experiment in the lab, and last night on Thursday, August 3rd, shared a video suggesting that they had actually been successful in replicating the apparent diamagnetic properties of LK99. You might have seen this video going around. It has a tiny little worm -like thing moving in what appears to be a glass beaker, and text on top that says Meissner Effect or Bust. In a conversation with Jason Kalkanis just before I started recording, Andrew McCallop from Varda said, and said, Now of course, even on top of the fact that we haven't fully replicated LK99 yet, there are still a number of challenges, even if we do. First of all, we don't really know the other properties of LK99. We don't know whether it can be manufactured into wire, which is not a given for this sort of ceramic compound. We don't know how to increase the yield. Remember, at this stage, the synthesizing process seems absurdly difficult to get a large amount of material from. And another problem is, of course, the political ramifications. The world has something of a checkered history with how to deal with breakthrough technologies. Remember, nuclear technology is still a state secret after almost a century, to say nothing of things like cloning tech or anything else that has been determined to be borderline forbidden. The flip side is that if LK99 proves that room temperature semiconductors can be manufactured, the implications are wild. Take, for example, the implications for fusion. Fusion power generation has been a pipe dream for decades. Multiple functional experimental units have now been built and demonstrated that a contained fusion reaction is possible. The issue has been that containment of the reaction within a magnetic field requires a massive amount of energy to sustain. To date, no fusion experiments have managed to produce more energy than they consume during operation, which obviously makes them useless as the core of a power plant. However, some designs use superconducting material as part of their containment structure, so the breakthroughs that follow LK99 could have significant implications for how fusion power generation progresses. There are also the implications for quantum computing. Presently, some approaches to quantum computing use superconducting materials within their chips. And while the chip is small, the cooling system used to maintain its superconductive state is gigantic and extremely energy intensive. If a material like LK99 can be used to make quantum chips, that could open the door to more realistically achievable quantum computing. In other words, by eliminating the barrier of requiring gigantic cooling systems, the research could be much more accessible, leading to faster advancement and maybe even consumer grade devices one day. There are also the implications for current superconductor applications. Current MRI machines, for example, use large superconductors cooled by liquid nitrogen to generate the massive magnetic fields required for the imaging process. These superconductors are extremely costly to build and operate. If LK99 opens the door to lower -cost superconductors that don't require large cooling systems, it's easy to imagine small MRI machines in every doctor's office to be used for more routine diagnosis. Another current application? The cost to construct and operate superconductor -based high -speed rail could collapse. The current state -of -the -art trains in Japan use superconductors to levitate the train above the rail. But these systems require a huge amount of electricity to maintain ultra -low temperatures. And then there's just the simple but transformative idea that electricity might be one day easily transportable from coast to coast without concerns of energy loss along the way. And of course, we haven't even gotten into the 80s dream of hoverboards and things like that. As Matt Parmer again says, if LK99 is real, we're going to get to redo all electronics and it's gonna be awesome. And one more dimension of the story as we wrap up here is how this is playing out. It's highly notable that the first replication in the United States, it appears, is a bunch of guys at a startup who just read about all this stuff online. Ada Pai wrote, I'm John Massad, the CEO at Replit said, So even if, then, LK99 ultimately disappoints in terms of its great promise, everything that has surrounded it does potentially suggest what science might look like in the future. A world in which peer review is not just some tightly controlled process, but massive, global, and in real time. Pretty fascinating to think about. Anyways, for now, that is going to do it for today's breakdown. Hopefully this was a useful primer on LK99. I will certainly keep you posted if and as developments warrant it. Until next time, be safe and take care of each other. Peace.
"meisner" Discussed on THE EMBC NETWORK
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"meisner" Discussed on How to Live A Fantastic Life
"Come up with a plan, figure out what your vision is. Open yourself up to opportunities. And recognize that nothing in this earth is permanent, but what people remember about you. And I don't know about you, but I don't really want them to write on my gravestone, worked really hard. Had a great career. You know, those don't ring. Those don't ring. Beloved father, you know? Did a tough mudder with me? What Alan, we're going to have to pause for a minute for just to give our people that are supporting the show a time to get their message aside. Bear with me. Okay, ladies and gentlemen, today we're talking with L and meisner. He's really a phenomenal individual, and he's author of the wellness road map, and we're talking to him about parts of your life, how you can get well. And Ellen, in your book, you talk something about a wellness GPS. What do you mean by that? Okay. Well, going back a little earlier in this interview, you heard me talk about a why, and vision. So the why is this is a part of the grounding. So the G is grounding. So before you start anything, you need to know where you are. And where you want to go. So if I'm going to sit down with my GPS, the GPS through satellite technology knows where I am. Okay? But for me to tell it where I need to go, I need to know where I want to go. So right now, I don't know where you're sitting in the world, but if you decided that you wanted to drive to Philadelphia. Well, you might have a basic idea is Philadelphia north of here. East of here is at west of here. You may have some general idea which direction is, or maybe you live in Philadelphia. And that's awesome. But if you don't and you want to get there, you're going to probably key something into a GPS. So having a good vision and having a reason to drive there, why do you want to go there? And for the why, it really needs to be this emotional, compelling reason. If you say, I just want to lose 5 pounds. I.
"meisner" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast
"This is episode two 39 of The Voice by podcast. My guest today include Otto Sutherland of speechly Dominic meisner of one 6 9 labs and Martin lens Fitzgerald from open voice. This is part one of The Voice here and review 2021. Hello voice by nation, I'm Bret concealer host of The Voice bot podcast and I have something special for you. It's our 5th annual voice year review. This is the first of two episodes, and I'm ultimately calling this episode Europe edition and the enterprise edition. All of my guests are from Europe. So you have that perspective, though each of them really operates globally. However, what will strike you most is likely to focus on the enterprise. This was not entirely planned. This is where the conversation took us and probably speaks to where we are as an industry at least a significant trendline in the industry. Before we get started, I would like to suggest for those of you who have not done it already, join The Voice by community on Discord. This is a space for us to talk, connect and collaborate as a community. We're going to be doing a lot of interesting things in 2022. It's a good time to join. In addition to the connections in the discussions that were happening there, there's channels for you to promote your new products, your blogs, your podcast, your job openings, other happenings at your company. This is space for everyone and it goes beyond types of things that we publish in voice box. So I think you'll really like this. Plus we're gonna do some exclusive sessions around market trends in data in the new year. So I hope to see you there could have always bought that AI forward slash Discord to join. Boys bought that AI for its Discord to join. Actually, one more incentive for you. I'm gonna give away some bat coin. I will set aside a hundred buck coin and we'll divide it among the people that in the Discord make a post and the all the things chat channel and you just need to include your rally username and 2022. So just your rally username in 2022. If you don't have a rail username, just go to rally IO, it only takes a minute to sign up, bop coin is a voice community cryptocurrency, that people use to recognize contributions by people in the industry, engage in a new voice game, which is pretty interesting. There's going to be several of those coming in. But it's used generally to create a good vibe among colleagues in the industry. Think of it as like an affinity type of token that we exchange with each other and occasionally there's some things you can do, for example, we've made contribution to jovo. We're going to make contributions to open voice network using bot coin. The voice lunch has given a way to moderators. There's a lot of different ways that people are using it. So bot coin, something for people in the industry and it just takes a moment to sign up and if you just go into the Discord, go into the all the things you chat, type your real username, and the year, and you're gonna get some popcorn. I'll just send it to you. So it's all good. Easy way to get started. You have to do that by December 31st though. I have to put an endpoint on it in case someone listens to this later, but just do that. So join the Discord, and if you're new or you've been there for 6 months, do post your rail username and the 2022 to be part of the giveaway to join just go to voicebot dot AI.
Jussie Smollett Testifies at Trial, Sticks to 'There Was No Hoax' Story
"The juicy trial continues folks as juicy seeks justice for juicy why am I bringing this up I have no idea I just think it's hilarious that juicy still stick it to the story It was not even part of the show today at all I just told Jim before the show we've got to give a shout out to juicy before the show starts The guy's thinking of the story man Juicy of the smoothies is not messing around This guy is sticking to the script to attack in a polar vortex By two crazed magazine where wearing hat chicagoans with bleach and nooses running around juicy of the souliers was yes he was attacked in the middle coming back from subway within egg sandwich or extra eggs from ball bar to whatever He is not giving up that story no matter what No about a serious note on the juicy trial The only reason I bring it up in the beginning is he had a serious show for you today It's the show's gonna be a little macabre today I'm just warning you right now But then I'll rescue you at the end to bring you back from the emotional cliff I promise The only reason I bring it up is closing arguments are happening right now and there's this guy What's his name Jim Jason meisner or something like that He's a Chicago Tribune report he's in the courtroom because there are no cameras in the courtroom which is an absolute travesty I mean that would be must watch TV as I said yesterday I'd be off the air I'd be like sorry guys taking a vacation to watch that The smoothie trial Juicy of the smoothies And we can't watch it and it's an international cosmic disgrace So this guy Jason misers into courtroom and he's live tweeting And closing arguments are happening now and the prosecutor is just entirely eviscerating every single utterance that came out of the mouth of juicy of the
"meisner" Discussed on The Official BNI Podcast
"I always got their attention with the summer. I would rather talk on the phone if it's going to be involved that's kind of how i feel. Yeah sometimes you need to put things in writing. that's true. Sometimes it helps to put things in writing a phone conversation. You know phone conversation tends to actually in some ways. A phone conversation can go almost longer unless you have something to work from. To begin with it makes sense. Yeah so I would love to hear from being members as to What what great recommendation. Or what experienced you have. It's helped in your communication process with others. What techniques have you used to have your message heard effectively for me. It was what this retired reader. General taught me but always creating executive summaries certainly in written communication what techniques have you heard or learned over the years and i'd love to hear it you're on On podcast any last thought. So i think you covered it. It's great all right then. We're done for today. So what do you. Okay thank you. I am in well. I think that's it for this week. Thank you so much for the great information. And for more of ivan's content go to ivan meisner dot com. Thank you so much for listening. This is priscilla rice and we look forward to having you join us again next week for another exciting episode of the official bni podcasts..
"meisner" Discussed on The Official BNI Podcast
"I'm working from my lake house up in big bear this week. I got an office up here and Like to spend a couple of weeks over the summer in a working from up here. I bet it's beautiful up there. It is beautiful to my facebook page the ivan meisner facebook the public page and I'll make sure there's a photograph of the view from my office. Great place there right. I do a lot of writing in paper. Oh that's great. So what is this topic that you've brought up. What is success. Well you know. I'm often asked about the success of i my success. What's it take to be successful. Ever since i wrote the book masters of success. So you know no matter how we define success. We all pursue success in some way we we have desires to strive and achieve them Our desires maybe different from anyone else's and we may not consider achieving them necessarily You know somebody else's definition of success if we achieve it we may. We may not view that a success to all that different definition but we we look around and we see people who sometimes who successfully envy And you know we look at them and say you know what's what's so and so doing it puts him so far ahead of me and money and friends and influence. Why is he successful. and and i'm not. Why is he living in a new house and raising three perfect kids. While i'm you know looking for a mate You know why is that guys cardboard box so bigger than mine. And where did he get that king size shopping cart from but the truth is it without knowing all the facts without being inside the mind of another person. You can't say whether that person's more successful than you or not you know. He may be worth millions but is unhappy because his goal is to be governor by the age of forty and he's growing tired of the frenetic pursuit of power. And maybe maybe you're not as wealthy as you wanted to be but on the other hand you've made it through some great personal difficulties that are you're pleased. Kept your finances afloat and your family intact so which which. One of the two of you are more successful. It's hard to say fulfilling. Your personal desire is success by any reasonable reasonable definition. The measure of your success is really how well you use your productive time. I think to to achieve the goals that are important to you that how you stack up compared to everybody else but how well you've used your own abilities and resources to achieve the goals that you have are however humble however big You know who knows that would be governor. Maybe watching you insane himself. A miserable You know i don't like what i'm doing. God meant a lot of people that you know from the asset. They look successful but The inside they're really. They're they're miserable where they're at dictionaries. Define success is the achievement of something that's desired planned or attempted. I talk about that in masters of success but anybody realized success is kind of a slippery concept especially when you come to your own. Personal definition of success is relative thing. It's highly personal Many and exhausted high achievers reached some lofty goal. Only to discover that it's sort of a false peak that the true summit looked loomed much much higher or they you know they they move the gold during time sometime and you know when they get to where they wanted to be ten years ago. They're they're not happy now at. It's something else others have achieved the highest heights. Only to find you know empty and realized only in The way down. They realized that it it. It's it's empty Many modest achievers have have trekked through a lifetime of really rocky trails and and at some point you know they feel like hey i. I've done a victory to get to where i am because of having gone through all the challenges that that i've gone through so you know now that hopefully people listening to this have an idea of how ephemeral the notion of success really is How do you go about achieving. i think that's an important question. And if you're looking for a generic formula you won't find it. There is none. Success really depends. It depends on timing circumstances situations and most important your own perception of what success is and there's really no mathematical standard for measuring when and how thoroughly achieved it There are many ways to measure success but in the final analysis. Sort of how. You measure it for yourself. They're really counts and in mashes of success. I talk about The concept really being the uncommon application of common knowledge. I don't know if we've talked about that before. I've heard of it. Yes you do. It's in the book and the the ideas that we all kind of know what it takes to be successful. I asked i asked When i was a professor at a local state university in college kids what it took to be successful and they gave me the exact same list. That mega millionaires gave me. You know that the average businessperson gave me. They all said that it was about Goals and vision system Accountability and leverage and social capital related. Things like trust. It gave me the same list. And so you know if if we all know what it takes to be successful in why is it that we're not all as successful as we want to be. And i think the answer to that is. Success is the uncommon application of common knowledge. It's not just you know. Part of it is knowing what it takes but then it's it's that uncommon application and and having a clear vision of what you really what you want to accomplish them. What is success for you for me. Success is not about Making money i mean. Listen i like money just like anybody else but it's not about money it's about it's about making a difference in people's lives and Being able to teach what. I teach and connect with people. That's to me. That's the the biggest level of success and and found later also being able to support charitable causes Is is important for me. That's how i measure my success And so it's it is oftentimes not just about money but many other things. Yeah well i just have to agree with you On a personal level. I grew up in beverly hills and it was a very lonely And kind of empty world up there. That people seem to envy and Really would like for themselves. But if you've been inside it somehow it's it's really Unusually empty so. What's interesting is that you know. People who haven't had hit the financial goals that they want Often view people who have hit big financial goals as You know they strive to to achieve that. But oftentimes people who've hit those numbers Having a life yeah right in have strange relationships with people that would like to benefit from whatever they right. That's part yeah. You're absolutely right and and i you know i. I'm pretty confident that when i'm seventy i'm not going to look back and say gee i wish spent more time at the office. You know i think I think it's about making a difference in people's lives. It's about certainly making a living and taking care of your family and and And for me. It's about being able to support. Charitable causes You know as as i've gotten a little more gray hair that's become more important to me. you know to help make a difference in.
"meisner" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"For grant until this moment shot so don't come in on your queue. Don't kill come in until he says the words whatever it was. I love you dad and i'm sitting there. We'll see now. I'm really this. You know meisner would have been so riveting job. what's he gonna say and he gets to the part races. You remember when you told me to change finding because she didn't want anyone to associate me with you while i'm glad changed name. I am proud of you. I am proud to be your son. I lost so much so that it was unusable but we said dude again right away. Don't cut tape. Just do it again. And i was able to manage the emotion in it was still there people's that how did you work up the lotion for those offer. Sunseekers as the problem wasn't working on the emotional problem was not letting emotion run away with you. So that europe's they're having a wonderful mass to batory experience. The audience is going. God me true true because i think you know somebody told me wants. If you're doing a scene where you have to cry. You should think of not crying because most people don't wanna cry and they end up crying so you're really trying not to cry. And that is what really affects people. I think i think that sort of reaction what were the line. Yeah go ahead drunk. Yeah you know people who are trunk. Trying not look drunk. Yeah that's true. Mostly most often. Unless you're really noxious you know. Hey what were the lines. What were the lines they gave you. Do you remember which one's the one that i had not heard yes. Let's said i said oh those those were the ones he was telling housing that hit me on a number of levels because our show one season and i do that they might want to cut ties with pass in order to have a president a future show that.
"meisner" Discussed on The Official BNI Podcast
"Looking to take their business to the next level. Well i think you're going around and visiting so many regions so many states in the us was a great idea. And i applaud you for doing that. I know you had some fun along the way which is great. And i'm really glad you did it. Because it's it's great to meet people where they are and find out you know how how it's working in in various parts around the world you also talked about social enterprises and so for those of you who like that concept. Go to episode number four hundred. I talk about make. The the title is make a good living while serving a greater good. And i think we can all do a little bit of that if not a lot so graham. Thank you so much for being on my podcast again. Thank you for what you do as a ceo of being. I i honestly believe exists today. We made it through kobe. We grew for the thirty six year in a row. But we made it through kobe because of your leadership and i know you always point to everybody else and that's great players. You saw this coming. And i'm very very grateful to you for leading the organization through this crazy year and a half that we've been going through. Well i really appreciate the kind words as i always say. No-one really leads be an i. You just try to catch up. Thank you my pleasure. Thank you over you. brazil okay. Perfect thank you both so much. Well i'd like to tell you that this podcast is sponsored by meisner audio programs dot com. These audio programs will provide you with the tools and the inspiration to powerfully. Enhance your be an i experienced and help you boost your business so check out the great material available to you at meisner audio programs dot com and use the promo code ivan five for fifty percent off all audio programs and all of the proceeds go to the bni foundation. Thank you so much for listening. This is priscilla rice and we look forward to having you join us again next week for another exciting episode of the official bni podcast..
"meisner" Discussed on All Things Vocal Podcast
"Yeah sure and then. When that for example threatened. When i don't know if i'll be able to pay my mortgage next month because the gigs are coming in. Yes so we get very consumed with with that naturally so right and you would wonder also the other end of the spectrum. Why would a really successful very famous artist. Be nervous Carly simon you know but The thing is that sometimes you can know. A billion people are millionaires thousand. Whatever and not be close to anybody are not feel like your buddy and that is scary sort of fake sort of life. Yeah very very lonely. Justin bieber with his song. Lonely i mean you just you just watch that video and you see what we're talking about here so that can lead to anxiety about not just stage but career just in general like we might doing if this is success. God in heaven you know your what is your yeah and i often say to my to my younger clients and students that i work with. They should never make the assumption that that i think. When you're young you make the assumption. Once i get to a certain level or once i get to a certain skill level. I will no longer feel anxious and i think oftentimes the inverse is true because the further we go the more we have riding on it. Yeah so I wanna talk a little bit here about something you know. I work with performers to and worked with a lot of performance with stage anxiety. Now i want to tell you what i've had success with. And i i would love for you to speak to explain what you think is going on And that is that very creative. People tend to have too many sensory feelers out there and it makes him really good at being a songwriter or an interpreter of lyric. You know very good artist but they read the room to well in fact they make stuff up. I think suck. I know they think you know. So what i've found that has worked is to use acting technique where i get them talking to one heart. And focusing all those sensory feelers in array like a laser beam towards the one heart for the purpose not of narcissistic -ly delivering their message. But for the very specific goal of getting the response from the person lyric is is to its acting technique. But as sanford meisner says great acting is behaving authentically and fictitional circumstances and when i get them focused on singing to the right heart whether that's A person it did real or there but usually they're not A person they don't know somebody their make up their own heart which have to schizophrenic. And sort of you know. Move hard out there too. It's an external thing we're doing with our voices or to god which is a weird one you can't see that or if it is to the audience to the one heart of the audience. Instead of to everybody like a flashlight beam they become a leisure being and that really helps with stage anxiety Unless they have you know. Some deeper clinical Issues or an have gotten that way everybody can there can be a trigger trip to and they really need more help than that..
"meisner" Discussed on The Official BNI Podcast
"Is i like to call it versus balance. Can you talk a little bit about the science of stress. Yeah it's a stress is really interesting because we are designed to have a a reaction to stress a response to stress and back in the day. And i'm talking twelve thousand years ago you would be out hunting and you'd see a sabertooth tiger and your biology would fire and adrenaline would get released in gorda saw gets released and certain parts of your brain light up and you'd get out of there and you'd be huffing and puffing but you'd be safe and everything would return to homeo- stasis and you'd be good. The problem is we were not designed to be in an ever. Present world of stress so stress is exacerbated by a media cycle and a new cycle. That's now twenty. Four hours and customized that this didn't exist in the past and i'm not talking didn't exist in the past when caveman were around talking in twenty years ago this was no devices in our pockets that were delivering us unending barrage of information and most negative and so now we have and we have a pandemic that we haven't really experienced a society since nineteen eighteen in the world is very different than it was honored and three years ago. So what's happening is we have these constant stressors which weaned or moans like cortisol are impacting us around the clock. Cognitive distortion surrounding fears and concerns are now ever present and what that does is it wreak havoc now mentally. Psychologically on us but physically which i alluded to earlier when i when i quoted that recent study so it is so essential. We can't control the pandemic right. We can choose or not. Choose to get vaccinated. And that's not a political statement. That's just fact we can choose who we're going to hang around with what we're gonna do. We really don't have any control over however irises gonna spread in what it may do when we don't have any control over wars the economy. There's all these things. But it's cramp down our throats so it's really critical that we as much as possible minimize our exposure to this man. I tell people turn off the news. I don't i've been saying for years. Microdosing news no. I have no news apps on my phone. I have no feeds with news. If there's people in your social media that all they're doing is reach. We reach weeding. The world is ending. The sky is falling those people out of your fees. You don't have to be a jerk and unfrozen them but certainly on on follow and so you know those little things that you can do. We have simple. Tips always thought about a minute left to wrap up absolutely exercise daily scheduled time to relax and have boundaries around your work hours. Yeah i you know for my entire professional career. I've had what. I call a mental health day once a week whenever possible. We're i just do things that i want to do. And i stay home. And i don't have people over and i may see family but it's it's my margin and i think that's really important too many business people don't have those is critical So dot richardson. Tell us about where people can connect with you what website you have and i know you have a special thing going on for being members. I'd love you to share. That i do. You can connect with me. Dr. richard schuster dot com spell. It however you feel like that. I bought every domain configuration. Possible my last name but that's the mothership to me. Yes out of the stroke. When i recovered we built a tool and empirically based tool for entrepreneurs and working moms and dads and work life balance and harmony and balance to use your terminology ivan and as i often do with foundations and nonprofits i love with the foundation is doing so if you go to seek your powers dot com and use the code b. n. at checkout fifty percent of all proceeds are going to go right to the foundation and that's forever so check it out for yourself learn about yourself. Share with your loved ones a. We're trying to raise as much as we can. I as you said the inter. I've got a charity for children too. So that's near and dear to my heart. And i want to help foundation as much as possible. Well thank you so much in its secret powers dot com and the code is denied zoo. Matter if it's an upper case or lower case doesn't matter at all either one. Listen i i want to thank you for having me on your podcast and i wanna thank you for coming to the podcast. My podcast and i think you have some great information to share with entrepreneurs benign members around the world. Thanks for being here dr richard. I appreciate you absolutely. It was a pleasure. Thank you ivan over to pursell okay. That was great. Thank you both very much for the great information. This podcast is sponsored by meisner. Audio programs dot com. These audio programs will provide you with the tools and the inspiration to powerfully. Enhance your being. I experience and help you boost your business so check out the great material available to you at meisner audio programs dot com and use the promo code ivan five. Oh for fifty percent off. All of the audio programs in all of the proceeds will go to the bni foundation. So thank you so much for listening this is priscilla rice and we look forward to having you join us again next week for another exciting episode of the official bni pie..
"meisner" Discussed on Before the Break
"You can actually ride that wave of energy and tap into it based on your awareness of everything that's going on You it starts with it starts inside and then you kind of feel the energy around in it's sort of just i don't know how to explain it but it just snowballs and it just grows and if you're open to that idea of of of actual authentic feeling imaginary experiences it will happen. You just have to be open to that idea. Meisner was a huge thing for me. If you're if you're if you identify as being a male and you're born brought up as a boy who learned to not cry to subside your emotions. Those walls built up before you. When you you didn't even notice but meisner was classes helped me break those down and become more emotional. There are also specific hacks and tricks that we can do that will show you. But only in the course because it's kind of a big thing Where you can be able to. And i hate to say it cry on command. These are things that you need to be able to do. And i know that there are times where i need to be able to produce tears like that and i do it There's a authentic way do it. Then there's the Kind of a trick way to do it. And if you guys wanna find that out stick around till after and we'll let you know about the course and will let you know all that stuff is actually include. So you'll be able to learn that. As well adam i also would say. Don't get so married to when it says to do things on specific lines in a script right now. I know a writer. Put that there but you know for in terms of like an audition or something like that. You know if it's after this line at says breaks down into tears. Don't have that in the back of your head is okay in on the sly like don't Adam like in those moments..
"meisner" Discussed on Leadership Lab with Dr. Patrick Leddin
"Would you share a little bit about what the dinner a truth is so this is just a brilliance and brave exercise that my colleague josh meisner. Who's a communications professor. Came up with and he's been he's done it with. I think like tens of thousands of students at this point and it's very simple so what you do is if you think you might want to have a better idea of how other people see you pick one person in your work or your wife that you want to have a better relationship with but that you have some level of trust with already and you take them out to dinner or lunch or in this case You know zoom happy hour and you ask them the following question ready. What do i do that is most annoying to you and then you listen to their answering. I'm ready to get out. I hope everybody else's to what do i do. That is most annoying to you. And as everyone sort of pondering that here's my. Prediction is even hearing that question or imagining someone you care about answering it for you. Maybe your stomach dropped out. Or you just felt the sense of uneasiness and i felt that way the first time i did this exercise because i would never ask a reader or a client or anyone to do something that i wasn't willing to do myself and when i decided to do the first time i did. The dinner of truth was asked my most crotchety friends. I thought like let's go for it. Let's see jump into the deep end of the pool just as an experiment and so i it was my friend. Mike and i asked him the question. You pause for a minute. And what. I was waiting for him to say was something i think. We all fear i shall. I never really liked you. Find you to be extremely annoying. And i don't even know why i'm friends with you. Here's what he said he said. It's a great question. While i absolutely love you in person but i kind of hate you on social media. I said mike. That's and by the way the only thing you're allowed to say once they answer is either thank you if you inherently understand it or oh wow thank you for that. Can you give me a little more information. I started about stem. So this is. This isn't the moment where i explained to them how they completely misunderstood the situation. I'm actually right. That i mean that's one option back one. I think it would lead to a whole host of different outcomes than what we said. Yes and i think that's that's always our inclination to be defensive or to tell them why they really didn't understand the question but just just to take a curious mindset..
"meisner" Discussed on That’s Wild Podcast
"Us out the feel you'd be lighted. All man i gotta give you props rocky obscene Drew them over. There may dude meisner last year when fucking stars were in there with the man this bullshit bryant but perhaps bro-. Hey that's a fucking olympic team bro. Like no li- like you can't fuck with them boys in tampa broke. That's a fucking olympic team. Yeah from four. I'm not big into hockey. I'm not like super crazy hockey person. But what i'm hearing the way. The lightning play last night. I guess like it wasn't that good and the other team gave all hat. So basically they're saying the probably gonna sweep but you brought us something drew's been talking about this but the lightning stuff that they were at the stadium last night broadcasting the whole show. They let him in there. Right job is hill after the done broadcasting. They walk them out. They're gone they'll let them stay for the game. How that doesn't in my head. It doesn't make any sense. Like why would you not. You ain't got come. All adrian them fall in the mud varga. Who no. I'm not blaming drew. That's what i'm saying. How's the lightning. How do they not let them give some nose bleed seats in three hundred section of something but and then they're going to talk about it the next day i didn't make me. I was trying to tweet out. I was trying to get some reactions of some legs behind it. I was hoping i was hoping somebody from the lightning would see it. Walk over here taking so. Nyu edinburgh give me some tickets to owns tickets. But you ain't gonna fly. You've been saying you're coming like two years.
"meisner" Discussed on The Official BNI Podcast
"Episode number six hundred ninety. Seven the connector effect. You're listening to the official podcast with bni founder and chief visionary officer dr ivan meisner stay tuned for networking and referral marketing. Tips from the man. Who's been called the father of modern networking along with suggestions and insights into getting most from your membership in the world's largest networking organization being. Hello everybody and welcome back to the official. bni podcast. i'm priscilla rice. And i'm coming to you from live oak recording studio in berkeley california. And i'm joined on the phone today by the founder and the chief visionary officer be an eye doctor ivan meisner. Hi how are you and where are you. Well i'm still doing. I'm still zooming around the world like most other people are But i've been to a number of countries including the united kingdom and singapore for big events and I'm i'm happy to to be able to talk to so many people around the world using zoom. It's at least one of the benefits of this crazy world. We live in right now. I know and that's great. Sounds like fine. It is actually. It is fun. So i've got a guest today. Priscilla a good friend and co author of a book His name is robert scrub Is a marketing expert. And he's been in the field for more than twenty years. He's helped thousands of businesses attract and retain their best target customers. Roberts superpower is simplification. I love that robert. i tell people. My superpower is persistent so good combination simplifies messages to attract customers. Simplifying what you delivered improved term retention and simplifying. How you deliver it to increase your profits as you scale. And while he's worked with entrepreneurs more than one hundred business categories. Today he specializes in helping. Businesses grow reoccurring subscription revenue and. Robert is the co author with the our ceo of a be an eye. Grandma miller and myself off for a book called the connector effect. And we'll have a link here in this podcast. I believe it will. It'll be the connector affect dot com. But it will also be here you can click on it robert. Welcome to be nypd. Cast thank you so much. I'm honored Dr meisner bet a long time fan and absolutely as a pleasure to have the opportunity to chat with you again and the guest on your show. Thank you so much well interest. It's great having you here in just for full transparency. Robert did the heavy lifting for this book. Just nerves most of the credit And w- you know. We certainly contributed a lot robert. This is something that robert Really took the ball with and ran. And it's a brand new book and it's really aimed at not. Just be an members but people that are thinking about joining being i. Why would i want to come to be an eye. And the reason is to become a master connector so robert what. What is the connector effect. And why did we create the book. I thank you for that. At the connector effect is a fresh. Look at the end. i Has been around for of course thirty six years now and it being able to look at it with a new prism of how really chapter membership is actually Like a disruptor for small business because it changes everything about how they generate customers how they connect with other of entrepreneurs how they get information about growing their business and never affect was a way of showing givers gain in action. That by passing referrals is the secret key to grow in your business. The connector affects. The civically is that your ability to attract people to you It grows in proportion to your referral network and your ability to solve problems for your friends family. And you're asked customers by referring those people to members within your network and that as your network grows so does your ability to solve problems and attract customers to you. Yes someone told me once. It's like a force multiplier belonging to an. I which i think is a great term. I know it's a military term. But it's i think it's really true. It's a force multiplier totally and there's so much that goes along with the membership that we really don't think about and me coming from the outside looking at it go you know. There's there's a huge movement in the tech world today to try to create gamification and everybody's trying to figure this out of similar to ways you helps you find your particular destination and connects you to users of the app along the way sodas be an eye with your your scoreboards and your you know your referral counting and the you're being able to track it makes making money fun and so that not only are you doing it in order to grow each other's business but there's a friendly competition and the winner is everybody because we grow our business and and so being able to bring forward these sorts of your ways that in the systems that be an eye gives you as a small business. I just really thrilled and excited about bringing that forward in this book you mentioned graham affiliation and you mentioned ways and think that's a great example. It's i'm almost embarrassed to admit this and amid meeting on recording. Here i'm ways i wanted to be ways royalty ways baby and there's ways i i have three college degrees but my big goal was i want it to be ways royalty very happy to say i am now but -cation really is is effective because it's it's about kind of competing with yourself to be among amongst the best of course and when within your chapter of course the score is based on how many referrals you pass and the systems that if somebody coming.
"meisner" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Even the subtle body language of people on the street today, Ivan I want to shake them and say, Put your back. Hold your backup, You know, Hold your head up high, you know, Put those shoulders back. What's the matter with you? You're slouching over. It's just There's just a Difference that little bit of that That nuance can change everything, can't it? It allows your body to accept As opposed to Tohono defeat. Yes. Yeah, I think that's so important and it goes back to you know how we all have crap that happens in our lives. It's how we deal with it. It determines the quality of our life, and I'm not giving another example. There's there's ah man, and I was talking to easy saying, you know, I haven't lost my job That's good, but Have toe care for my Children, and I have to school them during the day. How am I going to do all this? This is horrible. And I'm like, Well, wait a minute. Let's reframe this just a bit. This is an opportunity for you to spend Ah, lot of quality time with your kids. Yes, it's gonna be even more work and you're gonna probably have to work. Yeah, in the evening, but you'll spend time with your kids. Bill. Look back at this time as an amazing period would were. You hung out with them a lot, And I love it. I love it goes to the little tidbits. Absolutely. Ivan. There's so much more we could talk about. We're out of time. Thank you so much. What's the best website? Ivan Meisner.
"meisner" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Done studies that show the gratitude increases performance. Of the recipient as well as the giver. Increases performance on both ends, which I think is incredible. And that's so That's why international networking week in 2021 is is all about giving thanks to those people that have Helped you in difficult times. I love it. I love it. And just just being grateful for whatever we can be grateful for some days. Air a little more difficult to show that gratitude. Ivan, I want you two to share with us some of the secrets of networking. Some of the things that we may not understand during any time, but especially during Cove it Yeah. So I think we'll all too often people use networking as a face to face cold calling opportunity. So and it may be face to face of you. Zoom. It could be. You know a person to person via linked in, you know. Hey, I'm glad to be a connection. Let me tell you this product and they go right into direct selling and networking is not The same is direct selling their vastly different and so the foundation of everything I teach and networking is based on a concept. I called the V C P process, and I think we've talked about it and Show a long time ago. But it's the foundation of everything. I'd teach visibility credibility, profitability that you first have to be visible. In the community. People have to know who you are and what you do, but then you have to establish credibility. And on Lee, When you establish credibility can you move on to profitability where people know who you are? They know what to do that very good at it, And they're willing to pass referrals to you. What tends to happen is people meet one another. They tried to jump over visibility. They try to jump over credibility and then get try to get right to profitability. By the way, and one of my books we call that premature solicitation, which you want to say fast three times. On And you know, they just go right to doing business before. There's any kind of relationship built. And it you know, social capital. Is in many ways like financial capital. The bank has this crazy idea that you actually have to have money in the bank before you write a check on them on that account. Same thing applies in social capital. You should build you should invest in the relationship account before you call upon patrol in that social capital. That's Yeah. Yeah, We have to take a quick break. Dr. Ivan Meisner is with us. We will be back in just a moment. And we will talk more about this year's international networking week. It's an opportunity To really connect and lots of exciting things happening. What's the best website? Is it being i dot com United calm and we also have a website international networking week dot com where we.
"meisner" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Done studies that show Gratitude increases performance off the recipient as well as the giver. Increases performance on both ends, which I think is incredible. And that's so That's why international networking week in 2021 is is all about giving thanks to those people that have Helped you in difficult times. I love it. I love it. And just just being grateful for whatever we can be grateful for some days. Air a little more difficult to show that gratitude. Ivan, I want you two to share with us some of those secrets of networking. Some of the things that we may not understand during any time, but especially during Cove it Yeah. So I think all too often people use networking as a face to face cold calling opportunity. So and it may be face to face of you Zoom. It could be. You know a person to person via linked in, you know. Hey, I'm glad to be a connection. Let me tell you this product and they go right into direct selling and networking is not the same as direct selling there. Actually different. So the foundation of everything I teach in networking is based on a concept. I called the V C P process, and I think we've talked about it and show a long time ago. But it's the foundation of everything. I'd teach visibility, credibility, profitability. You first have to be visible. In the community. People have to know who you are and what you do, but then you have to establish credibility. And on Lee, When you establish credibility can you move on to profitability where people know who you are? They know what to do with a very good at it. And they're willing to pass referrals to you. What tends to happen is people meet one another. They tried to jump over visibility. They try to jump over credibility, and they get they try to get right to profitability. By the way, and one of my books we call that premature solicitation, which you want to say fast three times. On And you know, they just go right to doing business before. There's any kind of relationship built. And it you know, social capital. Is in many ways like financial capital. The bank has this crazy idea that you actually have to have money in the bank before you write a check on them on that account. Same thing applies in social capital. You should build you should invest in the relationship account before you call upon a patrol in that social capital. That's Yeah. Yeah, We have to take a quick break. Dr. Ivan Meisner is with us. We will be back in just a moment. And we will talk more about this year's international networking week. It's an opportunity To really connect and lots of exciting things happening. What's the best website? Is it being i dot com United calm and we also have a website international networking week dot com where we.
"meisner" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Little over six months away. More WTMJ nights coming up Tom Nichols with Meisner, Tierney, Fisher and Nichols jab of the business owners to close gaps between customer expectations. And available resource is between the hopes and dreams of their successors and employees and today's challenges and those gaps must be closed within illegal environment that has its own pitfalls. It's not easy. That's why it's important to have trusted legal advisor that understands the challenges entrepreneurs face in today's world. Our shareholders understand those challenges not only because they represented numerous clients facing situations similar to yours, but also because they're true partners in our firm. My integrity and earned respect have been hallmarks of our firm for quite some time. We've been representing businesses here in Wisconsin for over 170 years, and when you choose to work with us, you'll see why most clients stick with us for the life of their business. Good clients deserve good lawyers. Meisner, tyranny Fisher and Nichols. Mt FN calm. Do you have a written retirement in income plan that you understand? Had drinking associates. We put education first to help you understand your options and to make informed decisions to prepare for the retirement of your dreams. We invite you to attend one of our upcoming classes. Discover what you need to know about the new armed the rules. The new tax bill elimination of the stretch tirade. And their effects on Social Security visit are in person classes and wealth. Wisconsin dot com and register today Way have upcoming classes at Maggiano's Little Italy of Wauwatosa on January 6th and seventh at six PM or honoring social distancing, so it fills up quickly registered today and wealth. Wisconsin dot com. Investment nicely services provided by breaking Associates LLC, SEC registered investment adviser insurance products all over to a separate company lost Financial Advisory Group LLC, a Wisconsin insurance agency clients. You're under no obligation to purchase any recommended your products. You're listening to wtmj nights..
Michelle Obama to release show on Spotify
"Join me for the Michelle Obama podcast. You can listen for free only on spotify. Bracken Michelle Obama's higher ground production company is launching the Michelle. Obama podcast on July. The two thousand, nine, hundred, another exclusive show to spotify that new exclusive apple news today podcast that we reported on yesterday. It has an RSS feed after all can expedia added to some podcast APPs including Overcast Marco Armand describes that as a hack. However, the RSS feed is hidden from third parties in Apple's API and it's mirror. Your L. has also been disabled, and so the intention appears to be. Be that it's an exclusive. And the verge described it as such now we discovered a May many radio fronts. PODCASTS also withholds. There are s feed address. If you use the apple API and at the time, apple declines to confirm this or comment on how this achieved Dan Meisner has spotted than apple is self hosting the Audio? Other apple shows are hosted by art nineteen. An evoke terror suggests in article that we linked to today from our show notes and our newsletter this could be the beginning of the end of the feet and possibly podcast hosts, too. In other news apple is hiring for a US and Canada and deter for apple podcasts. Go go go jobs dot net. Sin Has announced a new distribution agreement with. An Indian music podcasts and video service with one hundred and fifty million active users and to radio DOT COM has a new distribution agreement with twitch, which will bring live radio programming to twitch his video streaming platform on me cost media. somethingyoushouldknow has joined Westwood One podcast was formerly signed to DAX. Captivate has an agreement with songs for podcasters toward our podcast to licensed songs from independent musicians I'm an adviser to them. Radio Days Africa had a session about podcast in. You can read up on the topics discussed for watch the whole. Whole thing if you like four soccer ventures is a new company launching a podcast network. It plans to spend six figures growing shows. It's also partnered with a girls soccer network following on from its launch of a secure podcast distribution. Yesterday on me. Studio has posted an in-depth blog piece at our private premium and secure podcast feeds and the school of podcasting Dave Jackson has updated his big list of podcasts about podcasts. We're hoping he does a podcast about it and titles it the podcast about the list of podcasts about podcasts podcast. Sorry. And, in Podcast News Entrepreneur. John Roya has launched John Rowe show row sold his former company to salesforce in two thousand and fifteen in the first episode. He's interviewed by Jordan Harbinger and jury duty trial of Robert. DURST changes the game for true crime podcasts according to crime story media. WHO's making it? The podcasts launched earlier this week and is to follow the trial of billionaire Robert Durst as it happens,
King County sues e-cigarette company JUUL
"King king county county has has filed filed a a class class action action lawsuit lawsuit against against jeweled jeweled labs labs in in the the largest largest E. E. cigarette cigarette and vaping products company in the country let's get the details from call most Carlene Johnson all this lawsuit claims you'll intentionally marketed its products to young people who started vaping and got hooked thirteen hundred vaping related long illnesses have been documented across the country at least twenty six people died king county suits as ninety percent of tobacco or nicotine violations in Seattle public schools last year were for vaping and more than sixty percent of those students were vaping with jewel products last week the look Connor school district and three other school districts across the country filed suit against jewel superintendent Whitney Meisner for a company to be able to make a product that is highly successful but damaging to children's bodies all in the name of making money I don't think that's fair the FDA the F. T. C. multiple state attorneys general and a U. S. house committee are all investigating Jules role in the youth vaping epidemic the
If a podcast is too long, a fifth of listeners never return
"How long should a podcast be while if a podcast is too long, two thirds of weekly podcast listeners return to that podcast later and continue listening when they have more time. That's according to a survey of radio fans. However, twenty one percent say bait never come back winning to our advice on how long a podcast should be in our newsletter. And in our show notes. Dan Meisner has looked at two years of the apple top two hundred podcasts, and he's discovered a number of trends, including more society and culture podcasts than ever before we linked to how the apple podcasts charts work in our show notes and in our newsletter. And now a note of caution a company called planet TV studios as approaching podcasters with the promise of coverage on FOX business US cable channel it sounds flattering. But don't waste your time. They want twenty eight thousand dollars to highlight your podcast, according to one. Podcast who contacted us? If you've twenty eight thousand dollars to burn on an average of just one hundred and forty nine thousand viewers when at least you could support pod news to where pod news dot net slash support. Acosta's launched in France, yen Tebet will run the French business, formerly he was in charge of Spotify for continental Europe over four million people in France, listen to podcasts every month. That's roughly eight percent of the country says the country's Media Metrix research podcast movement has a new head of sales Christy, Scott Christie was formerly selling Tom Taylor. Now, the excellent daily Email for people in radio Tom retired at the end of last year. Stitches CEO Eric dying was interviewed about the benefits of podcast advertising by yahu finance anchor has added analytics metrics to its mobile app. So you can now even check your download numbers on the bus. And what's the difference between radio and podcasting pod? News editor. Me in his weekly radio. Tomorrow piece for an Australian radio industry website points out that podcasters want to help each other. Unlike radio in developers corner this week supporting pubs hub hubbub could significantly help. All parts of the podcasting ecosystem pubs, hop hubbub. Cuts down on redundant ARA. Says polling a means it's faster for listeners to get new episodes. As we write in our overview article linked to from our show notes and our newsletter. It just needs a few lines of code and Google podcasts. Already supports it. Chaim? Just got such a stupid name,
Voxnest says 9.4% of all podcast downloads are on the Apple Watch
"In the latest poll news, how popular is an apple watch to listen to podcasts apple watches gained the option to play podcasts in mid-september. But you'd be thinking like me that nobody's bothering you'd be wrong in data shared with pod. News podcast host vox nest says that almost ten percent of all podcast downloads on its podcast platform as an apple watch the percentage rises to over thirteen percent on weekends. You'll find a fancy graph at pod news dot net. Omni studio has launched a transcription tool for podcasters audio publishes. The system allows publishers to repurpose interviews and breaking news written articles and radio produces will be able to search through an on our archive for specific topics or keywords, the co founder of the Wanda podcast platform in Spain is interviewed in Spanish by no bought. Currently. She says between podcast partners and our own productions. We have about half a million downloads per month. The Amazon echo smart speaker family is now available in Italy and Spain it gets its podcasts by default from tune-in. Meanwhile, the Google home hub launched last week makes podcasts look quite nice. We've discovered ESPN have claimed a record-breaking September claiming thirty nine point three million downloads paused up also radio has closed. The app is now called high books, and it's focusing on audio books. You wanted the best content and the best stories. The AP says you wanted audiobooks the website promotes him elaire as a replacement, meanwhile podcast app breaker has added a dark mode. Just in time for Halloween had how long is the average podcast and Meisner has grabbed ten million podcasts and produced a bunch of stats from them. But as you'll know podcast should be as long as it needs to be. But no longer.
My Dad Wrote A... takes over the Apple Podcast chart
"In the latest Pont news. My dad wrote a porno appears to have taken over the apple podcast chart. The u. k. apple podcast. Top two hundred episode charts currently has over sixty of their eighty episodes listed power, press a WordPress Plugin for podcasters is ten years old today and is now powering somewhere between sixty thousand and eighty thousand podcasts. Congratulations to them Dan Meisner from Pacific content, posts about product packaging for podcasts, talking about meta data and artwork rain is to produce a free webinar. The power of podcast for national brands. It's presented by mid roll media and will be held in mid-september. There's a new podcasting studio which is opened in Long Island in New York. In the US. Dan Franks from podcast movement is a guest on the wolf den this week, and the development team of pocket cast is clearly focusing on the IRS and Android podcast app. They've just announced the closure of pocket, whether Australia, a passion project. From the team job for you. A talent relations manager for be my guest remote, working in the US waiting to a bunch of opinion, including his podcasting worth the effort. There is so little time and so many podcasts argues, Ken mills and a bit of a grumpy article in radio world. The spectator in the UK says that podcast still have a long way to go to challenge the best of conventional radio. Maybe they're just different Sam Sundays on Twitter, just completed a twenty hour road trip listening to podcasts and, oh my goodness, he's not very happy with you. Podcasters and a podcast listen to Clancy Blaxland is a comedy set in a fictional town bonds has the Illawarra mercury and a woman gong call center
Anchor Listener Support now natively supported in podcast apps; and Amazon Alexa is caching audio
"Alexa. Have you just started caching files feel flash briefing feature in the US? Yes, it would seem that I'm doing that. Now. Why would you be doing that on your applying loudness correction. So people don't get there is blowing off my flesh, break things at the wrong volume level, and we'll break anything. It will break dynamic content including advertising, and it will hide statistics from podcast hosts, is this a good thing you tell me anchors listener support is now natively supported in podcast apps. The company has just announced support on anchor buttons. Now visible in versions of breaker and radio public with support from Castro and podcast. Addict promise shortly poured news also already supports. And 'cause listener support links anchor is also marking up these links using the real equals payment pattern. So they'll be visible in a future release of overcast communities, difficult. My favorite murders official Facebook. Which had many thousands of members has been suspended after a series of apparent missteps from the podcast hosts and group moderators after prolonged criticism from fans about a t shirt design. The suspension notice from the host, seeks a solution to all the negativity. Spend ten quit now or spend time in prison later, keep it legal is a new book on UK law for podcasting, radio and social media. It's available on Amazon UK and for kindle. If you follow the link from pod news dot net, you'll help us thank you in an opinion. Piece down Meisner recommends using just one link to link to your podcast like pod news dot net, slash listen, which will open an excellent podcast in apple podcasts, Google podcasts or webpage depending on what you're using
In reversal, Trump signs order stopping family separation
"And with the news that there are currently hundreds of immigrant children separated from their parents and being held in our region local leaders and regular citizens are trying to figure out how best to help wnyc's zoe as allay reports hastings on hudson resident kim meisner says once she found out immigrant kids separated from their families are being held in facilities nearby in westchester county her facebook feed went crazy everybody just started instantly being desperate to help so i just started a facebook group to sort of give people place to come together and that was yesterday and in twenty four hours we had over five hundred and sixty members but even with so much energy it's hard to know exactly how to help we have therapists vanished language translators you know people who can raise money people who can do enrichment like yoga and music like our first dream was that we could also get to these shelters and help these kids directly but it's not nearly that easy the grassroots efforts of citizens like meisner caused some local officials to take the helm and look for solutions hastings mayor peters were sent out a letter to residents thursday morning asking for supplies for.