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I'm creating podcast episodes offering practical wisdom for everyday life -- solutions to modern human concerns -- informed by the ancient philosophical school of Stoicism popularized by thinkers including Seneca, Epictetus, and Marcus Aurelius. Improve your quality of life by implementing a strong mental framework informed by Stoic Philosophy! I explore topics such as gratitude; acceptance; overcoming adversity; finding meaning in life; moderation; dealing with change; friendship; lonelines ...
 
Have you ever wondered how successful people have turned an idea into a business or lifestyle? One day they have an idea and then many years later we see them on T.V. living the life that you dream of living…being hosted on big-time interviews, traveling the world, and achieving the financial freedom that you know you can achieve! One major thing that we do not see in these stories is the process of having the idea to actually creating the business or lifestyle around it. This is where "Idea ...
 
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In the Software Process and Measurement Cast 646, Albert Ahdoot and I focus on discussing the impact of strong off-premise infrastructure on the delivery of value, the impact on the bottom line, and the mitigation of risk. Albert Ahdoot is a successful entrepreneur focused on building IT businesses through meaningful relationships. His flagship com…
 
Anna and Annie discuss the 2021 Stella Prize Shortlist and the Walter Scott Prize Shortlist. Our book of the week is The Performance by Claire Thomas. This novel centres on three women at the theatre seeing Happy Days by Samuel Beckett, as bushfires rage outside. Intimate and sharply observed, this is a great pick for #AussieApril. Coming up: Klara…
 
Taxes are some of the biggest headaches you will ever have as a real estate investor. How do you keep more of your hard-earned dollars in your pockets and out of the government’s? The Real Estate CPA can help you with that, as one of the firm’s partners, Thomas Castelli so explicitly explains in this conversation with Chris Larsen. Thomas is a tax …
 
Anna and Annie discuss the 2021 Women's Prize Longlist and the Dublin Literary Award Shortlist. Our book of the week is Open Water by Caleb Azumah Nelson. This love story about two Black British artists is his debut novel. Nelson is an award-winning photographer and writer described as 'an exhilarating new voice in British fiction' (Vogue). Coming …
 
The headlines of 3 and 4 April 2021 are stark - the data of 533 million Facebook users available on the web (change your password now). You have 533 MILLION reasons to take Paul Katzoff’s message on data security to heart. Paul Katzoff (Twitter) For almost a decade, Paul has worked with technology companies seeking manageable growth and brand loyal…
 
In this episode I talk with James Stelly. We talk his explorations of programming languages and how that led to his book Racket Programming the Fun Way. Our Guest, James Stelly. Announcements No Starch Press has offered listeners a 30% discount on Racket Programming the Fun Way until the end of the year with discount code GEEKERY30. Some of you hav…
 
In the SPaMCAST 644, we talk teams. At the core of agile is the belief that the team is the fundamental building block of work. Because they are so important, organizations put tons of effort into helping and guiding teams. The problem is not that teams aren’t important or that we aren’t working hard to make them better, teams are still chronically…
 
Anna chats with special guest Jaclyn Masters (aka Six Minutes For Me and co-host of Reading Women) about Australian books. Join us for the Aussie April Readathon! Our reading recommendations and TBR for #AussieApril : Growing Up Disabled in Australia edited by Carly Findlay The Performance by Claire Thomas Friends & Dark Shapes by Kavita Bedford So…
 
Anyone who retires wants everything to go according to their plan, particularly with their finances, so that they can enjoy each day without headaches. One useful concept that can help with this stage in life is the Money Insights Retirement Accelerator. Returning with Chris Larsen to discuss this topic is Rod Zabriskie, explaining how this idea th…
 
This week, Caleb Woods, CEO and Senior Software Craftsman at RoleModel Software joins the podcast. Caleb and I talk about the role of craftsmanship in developing and maintaining software (or really anything else). Caleb Woods - RoleModel’s CEO - Caleb is a proven leader with extensive experience evaluating technology trends, leading teams, and impl…
 
Anna and Annie discuss the 2021 Stella Prize longlist. Our book of the week is The Coconut Children by Vivian Pham. Pham is a new, young voice in Australian literature. Her debut novel about a Vietnamese-Australian family in Cabramatta, Sydney, is 'brazenly confident' (The Australian) and 'the future of Australian writing' (Benjamin Law). Coming up…
 
Vasco Duarte returns to the podcast to discuss the Scrum Master. Scrum Masters are the face of agile in many organizations. Helping team facilitators get the role right benefits not only the agile community but every business they are involved with! Vasco has been working in the software industry since 1998 and has learned the hard way what works (…
 
If you're ready to begin a relationship with Jesus, click here: https://www.gracechurchsp.org/jesus To support this ministry and help us continue to reach people all around the world click here: http://www.gracechurchsp.org/give Fill the city with Jesus. This is the vision not just for our church, but for our people. The city is not just a physical…
 
Want to invest in real estate but don’t know where to start? You should be looking at Airbnb. It goes against the grain of conventional wisdom where people are often directed to flipping or single-family rentals, but Airbnb investing can be a good source of passive income if you’re willing to do the work. If your city has a population of 100,000 or…
 
In the podcast this week, we discuss the Agile Coaching Code of Ethics and the process of building an ethical foundation. Shane Hastie and Craig Smith have been leading the effort to craft a useful Agile Coaching Code of Ethics for the past year. These two thought leaders have helped to pull together a diverse group of coaches, and then guide that …
 
Anna and Annie discuss the longlist for the 2021 Walter Scott Prize for historical fiction. Our book of the week is Hurricane Season by Fernanda Melchor translated by Sophie Hughes. This novel set in Mexico has been described as 'brutal', 'dazzling' and 'a force to be reckoned with'. It was longlisted for the National Book Award, shortlisted for th…
 
The idea of Communities of Practice is thrown around alot in organizations, often without thinking about the goals of a CoP. Why? Organizations are increasingly becoming more diverse and distributed, while at the same time pursuing mechanisms to increase collaboration between groups and consistency of knowledge and practice hence the rapid growth o…
 
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