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At age 67, I have varied and rich experience of innovation ( including TRIZ) and leadership - 26 years in the army and about 18 in the corporate world. I have two books - 'Leadership for Colonels & Business Managers' and 'Reclaim your Democracy'. I am a deep thinker, very influenced by Nicholos Taleb on randomness. Feel strongly pulled to do something for my country and my people. alok.asthana@gmail.com. +91 9821677859, Thane 400607, India
 
Over the past 30-plus years, Dianne Linderman has worked as a counselor for troubled teenagers, owned her own restaurants, built a multi-million dollar company, owned a dozen businesses, started a publishing company, helped build a private school, authored an award-winning series of children’s books, married her best friend, raised two incredible kids, and consulted for large companies. Now a nationally syndicated radio host, Dianne covers a fusion of common sense, kitchen table politics, pa ...
 
Are you living for the weekend? Are you dissatisfied at work? Are you itching for something more? Join Steve Glaveski, author of Wiley book Employee to Entrepreneur, and learn how to navigate the challenges of the modern world, find the entrepreneurial success that is right for you and become a better person along the way. Employee to Entrepreneur is your guide to leaving your job behind and building something for your self. New York Times best-selling author, Adam Grant, says of the book: " ...
 
Books 1 and 2. Leviathan, or The Matter, Forme and Power of a Common Wealth Ecclesiasticall and Civil is a book written in 1651 by Thomas Hobbes. The book concerns the structure of society (as represented figuratively by the frontispiece, showing the state giant made up of individuals). In the book, Hobbes argues for a social contract and rule by a sovereign. Influenced by the English Civil War, Hobbes wrote that chaos or civil war – situations identified with a state of nature and the famou ...
 
Hi, My name is Marco Lopez and write comic books and along with my very good friend Randall Armstrong who used to own a comic book store. We will be putting out a weekly podcast where we talk only about comic books, the industry, merchandise and adaptations. I am a FAN is about uniting a passionate fan-base of comic book lovers across the world. No matter whether you've been reading comics for 50, 20, or 5 years. Or just started yesterday. All that matters in the end is that you love them.
 
Synchronicity machines. Difference engines melded with the iChing. Geomancy: the art of making stone float with sound. The hacker collective 'Anonymous'. Secret societies … This is the world of ARMAND PTOLEMY, a new action-adventure hero. Facing an enemy armed with the Golden Aleph -- a mystical device that allows its wielder to see holographically into every point in time and space, Ptolemy must use every trick of his Oxford-educated mind and circus-trained body to succeed. But how do you f ...
 
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Question everything (even this podcast). Humans have this undying and relentless need to uncover the truth to things. However, sometimes an answer to a question is not satisfying enough and we are left in this state of "well that's too simple" or "I don't buy it". That's why we gravitate towards conspiracy theories, as wild as some may be. They con…
 
Come on down! TV Game shows have been around for a very long time. And while the history of this format has been around forever, the appeal of them has always been the same - that everyday people could win a lot of money by being tested for their mental or physical abilities (or more times than not just dumb luck). So this week join Tuong La and Wh…
 
Oh you thought we were done ranking first names? We have barely begun... We've done Ryans, we've done Chrises, it was only a matter of time until we reached a point to ranking the glorious name that is...Steve! This week join Tuong La and Stupendous Steve Experts Desiree Connors Warmington, Geoff McBride, and Leslie Cserepy as we spend a (very) lon…
 
Tell us when... Look, we've done a ton of food episodes on Ranked but we have often glossed over the unsung hero that are condiments. Condiments can make or break a food by giving it that little extra zing that you were missing. It can also turn a random assortment of green leafs into a helluva tasty salad or a dry piece of chicken into a mouth wat…
 
Under the Sea, under the sea! It's time to dive into the deep blue ocean on this week's episode of Ranked! We have touched upon how wild sea creatures are on a previous episode of Ranked (see Top 5 Interesting Animals You've Never Heard About), so it stands to reason that fictional sea creatures would be even WILDER. So join Tuong and The Upford Ne…
 
**Imagine the following paragraph softly whispered in your ear** You hear that? That's the sound of an entire podcast episode dedicating to figuring out what the best sounds are! Autonomous sensory meridian response, or ASMR, has garnered immense popularity over the last decade. We all know sounds that we collectively disdain like nails on a chalkb…
 
Mama mia! It's Mario time! To celebrate our favourite mushroom-eating, high-jumping, adventure-seeking Italian plumber on his 35th birthday, we take a look back on all the Mario games that have brought us gamers so much joy over the years. While last year we ranked Top 5 Super Mario Games, this year we wanted to celebrate an aspect of these iconic …
 
Age is just a number, especially to these butt-woopin' seniors. When we think of old people it is easy to immediately imagine that stereotype of a feeble hunched-back, white-haired individual that's slowly shuffling along with their walking cane and shaking their fist at kids. Well today's nominees completely shatter that stereotype in such a way t…
 
Stop! In the name of love (songs)! It's time for yet another Valentine's Ranked Special! Music and Love have gone hand in hand since the dawn of the cavemen (probably). As long as there has been music, there have been people out there singing about their feelings for one another. So how do you make a good song from a topic that has been covered mil…
 
More great books at LoyalBooks.comโดย Thomas Hobbes
 
Many managers and coaches jump into advising or penalizing, the moment the other person acts contrary to their expectations. While they know that no person does anything against his perceived self-interest, they fail to take this into account. If only they took some time to get to know how the other person justifies that act to himself! The key lie…
 
Pull up those overalls and throw on your neon tracksuits because this week we are going back to the 90's! Aiight home skillet, do we have the episode for YOU today! The musical era of the 90's was, to say the least, an interesting and defining decade of what music would eventually become. Moving away from the whiny guitars and synth we got from the…
 
HR people, in dealing with weak employees, act like nurses - using the love and welfare approach. This is all wrong. In dealing with weakness, they should learn a trick or two from gym trainers and, finally, from surgeons.
 
Esteemed podcaster Zack Tesser is back with his new show "Things that Matter." In this episode, Zack ranks all 50 states worst to best and truly captivates Americans in ways that have not been seen since 1812.โดย Zack Tesser
 
A Top 5 fit for a King! The title of King is one the highest positions of powers that people across the world have yearned and fought for (maybe because you get a fancy crown and comfy velvet robe?). For everyone else, the King meant the ruler of a kingdom who called all the shots, where you just really hoped they were a kind King and not the type …
 
Too much consensus is not always a good thing. Mostly it is due to a belief among members of a group that it is better for them to not be seen as the one who rocks the boat. Here are tips to recognize, avoid and counter it.
 
At least we had video games in 2020. It is not breaking any new ground to say 2020 was a dumpster fire. In that raging dumpster fire though, there was a small little ray of hope and escapism in the name of ...video games! It is not hyperbole to say that video games provided that much needed comfort in these dark times to the entire world. And while…
 
Celebrating 100 episodes of Ranked! Almost 4 years ago there was an idea. An idea of Tuong uniting three other guests to bicker, banter, and passionately put together arbitrary Top 5 lists of anything and everything. Over the last few years we have ranked everything from Sandwich Toppings, to TV Theme Songs, to a variety of Fictional Animals. But f…
 
Ranking finds a way. Long before humans walked this little blue planet, there were prehistoric reptiles of all shapes and sizes that happily roamed the Earth (well at least until a giant ass meteor got... The post 99 – Top 5 Dinosaurs appeared first on PodCavern.โดย Ranked: Top 5 Lists of Stuff That Don't Matter
 
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