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Hey Enneagram Friend! This is Abbi Rodriguez, your Certified & IEA Accredited Enneagram Teacher & Coach. In this space, I’ll give you a sneak peek into real live coaching sessions & teach you how to apply the wisdom of the Enneagram into your life for personal growth. The invitation for each episode is to take on a posture of curiosity about yourself & others so that you can shift from merely surviving to fully thrive in your everyday life. Visit my website at abbirodriguez.com and listen to ...
 
IEA is bringing the conversation to you to demystify the Stock Market and other Investments so you can Profit. ALWAYS DO YOUR Research . No Matter what you hear or read on within the IEA ecosystem, you should ALWAYS do your research. NOTHING is GUARANTEED. Especially when it relates to Investing. We conduct our own research before making suggestions and you should ALWAYS conduct your own research before investing.
 
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Awesome IEA Podcast

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Awesome IEA Podcast

Kelsey Harms & Diana Zaleski

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The Awesome IEA Podcast, brought to you by the Illinois Education Association. The podcast for curious well-informed association members. The goal of this podcast is to educate our members about important new educational policy initiatives in a brief and hopefully entertaining format. Join Kelsey Harms and Diana Zaleski as we explore a different topic each episode!
 
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NGI's Hub & Flow

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NGI: Natural Gas Intelligence

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NGI’s Hub & Flow is a podcast for busy natural gas professionals interested in a quick take on North American energy markets. Join Natural Gas Intelligence's trusted reporters, editors and analysts as they discuss what is driving supply and demand fundamentals, prices and movements in the natural gas and LNG markets in the U.S., Canada and Mexico.
 
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In this episode of The Swift Half with Snowdon, Chris is joined by Anthony Warner, also known as The Angry Chef. They discuss all things from public health and COVID-19, to obesity and fad diets. Anthony Warner is a British chef and food writer and the author of the Angry Chef blog. His first book, The Angry Chef, has been seen as a reaction to and…
 
In this episode, I share the coaching space with an Enneagram Five that’s a working mother with five kiddos ranging from an infant to teenagers. We explore how to balance the often overwhelming expectations of motherhood with her personal need to have time alone. Whether you are a Type Five or not, I think all the mothers out there can relate to ho…
 
As you got out of bed this morning and flicked on the lights and coffee maker, how many of you thought about where the electricity came from? Scott Thon, the CEO of AltaLink and President and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway Energy Canada is our guest this week. Scott helps explain what is going on with […] The post Transforming Power Systems: An Intervie…
 
Brent and Leon discuss this little-known metric and show how it can help improve crypto investing. Check out our digital resources for more IEA information and knowledge! Links below. Join our membership platform https://www.ieamembers.com Listen to our podcast while on the go https://ieapodcast.com/ Join our active Facebook group https://www.faceb…
 
Marine energy—a collection of diverse technologies designed to capture energy from the ocean in various ways—has languished far behind more mature renewable technologies like wind, solar, and geothermal energy for decades. The reasons for its slow progress are as diverse as the technologies themselves, but there are some indications that a few of t…
 
Listen to Dr William Easterly's lecture at THINK2021. William Easterly is Professor of Economics at New York University and Co-director of the NYU Development Research Institute, which won the 2009 BBVA Frontiers of Knowledge in Development Cooperation Award. He is the author of three books: The Tyranny of Experts: Economists, Dictators, and the Fo…
 
Few in Canada know the pioneering work of Geoffrey Ballard and his Vancouver based fuel cell company called Ballard Power. Founded in 1979, it’s now recognized as one of the pre-eminent manufacturers of fuel cells in the world today. This week, the President & CEO of Ballard Power, Randy MacEwen joins our podcast. Here are […] The post The Hydrogen…
 
In this teaching episode, I teach about the Defense System for each of the nine Types and share how the three parts of this system activate to keep us stuck in the patterns of our Type. The Defense System has a profound impact on our relationships, which is why I teach more on this topic in the virtual Enneagram & Relationship Workshop Series in Oc…
 
Natural Gas Intelligence’s Mexico & Latin America Editor Christopher Lenton sits down with Mexico natural gas expert, Gadex consultant and NGI columnist Eduardo Prud’homme to discuss NGI’s most recent Mexico market survey. Our fifth survey of active natural gas buyers and sellers within Mexico and at the border, they dive into this evolving market …
 
After much speculation, Boris Johnson finally announced his plan to address the social care crisis on Tuesday 7th September. As the UK population continues to age, costs for looking after our older people are increasing. Reluctance by previous governments to tackle the issue has left a funding gap of approximately £5-14BN. The PM announced there wi…
 
Brent and Leon discuss the POWER of life insurance. Check out our digital resources for more IEA information and knowledge! Links below. Join our membership platform https://www.ieamembers.com Listen to our podcast while on the go https://ieapodcast.com/ Join our active Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/InvestingEducationAcademy Follow…
 
In this podcast, Professors Kim Talus (Universities of Tulane, Eastern Finland and Helsinki), Dirk Buschle (Energy Community Secretariat, College of Europe), and Leigh Hancher (FSR, Tilburg University, and Baker Botts LLP) discuss the impact that the CJEU's recent recognition of energy solidarity as a justiciable principle of EU law will have on th…
 
Burying archaic systems of waste management to make way for the circular economy is not an easy task, but it is urgently needed to support growing populations and to save our planet’s precious finite resources. Eco-Business speaks to Clarissa Morawski of Reloop about the government and corporate imperatives already driving this change in different …
 
In this episode of The Swift Half with Snowdon, Chris is joined by Baroness Fox of Buckley, better known as Claire Fox. They discuss all things from COVID-19 to House of Lords reform. Claire recently wrote a chapter called 'Liberty: Beyond Left or Right?' in the IEA's new book 'Having Your Say'. Free speech is considered by both right and left as n…
 
The ARC podcast is back! This week we cover some of the big news over the summer break, including Canada’s upcoming federal election, the extreme weather experienced this past summer and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) sixth climate report. Canadians head to the polls on September 20th in the federal election. What are […] Th…
 
With reports of empty shelves in supermarkets and potentially more disruption in the pipeline with the run up to Christmas, Mark Littlewood (Director General, IEA) sits down with Julian Jessop (Economics Fellow, IEA) to discuss supply shortages and how they could impact the UK's economic recovery. You can read Julian's CapX article here - https://c…
 
In this episode, I share the coaching space with an Enneagram Type 4 who is an English Teacher from Texas. Her intention for coaching was to shed light on the strengths of her Type and how to be more practical rather than idealistic in her work as a teacher. In our time together we talk about the gift of being emotionally attuned with themselves & …
 
Recent data from the Office for National Statistics suggests drug related deaths in England and Wales are at the highest rate since records began in 1993, and have increased year on year since 2013. Critics argue that the war on drugs has been lost, and the UK must embrace more liberal drug laws to prevent deaths. Polling suggests the British publi…
 
Brent and Leon discuss if the stock market starts the year strong, does it then end the year strong, or is it risky to jump in late? The answer is surprising! Check out our digital resources for more IEA information and knowledge! Links below. Join our membership platform https://www.ieamembers.com Listen to our podcast while on the go https://ieap…
 
Japan was once the third-largest operator of nuclear power facilities in the world, but that came to a sudden end with the largest earthquake to ever hit the country on March 11th, 2011, which caused a massive tsunami that led to the meltdown of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, and then to the closure of all 54 of the country’s nuclear pl…
 
It is no longer business as usual when it comes to how we tackle climate change and rising global temperatures. Eco-Business speaks to Elena Philipova, Refinitiv about how data can ensure countries and businesses are delivering on pledges to decarbonise.Tune in as we discuss:How the recent IPCC climate report will likely shape conversation at COP26…
 
Maria Zuber, vice president for research at MIT, on a lifelong interest in space, the human side of energy, and MIT as a testbed for climate solutions. Timestamps: 02:40 - Growing up in Pennsylvania 07:25 - Family response to the NASA GRAIL mission 09:26 - Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences 12:14 - Plan for Action on Climate C…
 
In this episode, Christopher Snowdon, IEA Head of Lifestyle Economics, speaks to Stuart Ritchie, a Scottish psychologist and science communicator known for his research in human intelligence. He has served as a lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King’s College London since the summer of 2018. They talk about the…
 
In this teaching episode, I offer some practices to manage everyday stress in order to avoid gradual self-neglect that results in burnout. This episode expounds on one of the topics that arose in the Type Three Coaching Session from the previous episode. Register for the Growth & Self-care Workshop series at www.abbirodriguez.com/enneagram-sessions…
 
This week, IEA Communications and Marketing Assistant, Kieran Neild-Ali, sat down with Head of Media, Emily Carver and Dr Kristian Niemietz, Head of Political Economy at the IEA, to discuss the Extinction Rebellion (XR) protests taking place in London. Although most of us support the primary aim of XR in highlighting and demanding action on climate…
 
Brent and Leon discuss a little-known investment vehicle, Closed-End Funds (CEF). CEFs trade like stocks, but can sport dividends yield over 1000% greater than the average stock dividend yield. Check out our digital resources for more IEA information and knowledge! Links below. Join our membership platform https://www.ieamembers.com Listen to our p…
 
Donald Trump and Commodus? Emperor Tiberius and the 2008 financial crisis? Two worlds, 2000 years apart that are not as different as you think. Dr George Maher shines a light on the side of Rome that they do not teach you in textbooks, exploring it from a business perspective to better understand the people, the empire, and its successes, failures …
 
In this episode, I share the coaching space with an Enneagram Type Three whose intention for coaching came out of a desire to avoid burnout in the midst of a busy work season. We talk about the characteristic of Type 3’s naturally striving to be even better than the day before & how we might shift that into considering how to take even better care …
 
IEA Director of Communications, Annabel Denham, discussed her recent paper for EPICENTER on UK gender pay gap (GPG) reporting with Kieran Neild-Ali, IEA Communications and Marketing Assistant. The gender pay gap has proven to be a hot topic for advocates of gender equality. Many see disparities in pay between men and women as systematic of the ineq…
 
Join NGI’s Mexico & Latin America editor Christopher Lenton as he speaks with the IEA’s clean energy transitions program officer for Latin America Mariano Berkenwald about advances in hydrogen across Latin America. Having recently published a report with the International Energy Agency about how low-carbon hydrogen can play a big role in the region…
 
Brent and Leon discuss this little-known, but unique way companies help shareholders increase their returns. Check out our digital resources for more IEA information and knowledge! Links below. Join our membership platform https://www.ieamembers.com Listen to our podcast while on the go https://ieapodcast.com/ Join our active Facebook group https:/…
 
This one is for the power geeks! As the energy transition proceeds, and grids have to accommodate more and more inverter-based generators like wind and solar systems, how will grid operators maintain system inertia? For that matter…what if we start operating grids without inertia? One way to manage it is through “grid-forming inverters,” which can …
 
In this teaching episode, I offer some practices to discern what boundaries you need and how to engage in relationships with others with less emotional reactivity because you have boundaries in place. This episode expounds on one of the topics that arose in the Coaching Session in the previous episode. Learn more about yourself and others in an upc…
 
In this episode, I share the coaching space with an Enneagram Type 2 from Seattle, Washington. Her intention for coaching comes out of a desire to communicate well in conversations with loved ones about controversial topics that seem to keep coming up. For Twos, this can be such a tricky space to balance their orientation towards connection, but al…
 
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