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Geekdom is a collaborative coworking space in San Antonio, Texas, and the heartbeat of the startup ecosystem. Sit in on a meeting of the minds every month at the Geekdom Event Center for The Fireside Chat series, gain unique insights from top industry leaders, entrepreneurs, investors and influencers in business and tech.
 
This Podcast is intended to act as a forum for Maine EMS to share information with providers and service leadership. We will attempt to stick to a format of covering frequently asked questions, short section of Maine EMS updates, and a section of education. After listening to the audio you can take a short quiz and receive continuing education hours for this activity. Stay safe
 
In this folksy, funny podcast, Travis McHenry delves into moments from his fabled life with help from his friends and even his mother! Interspecies genocide, sandwiches, jelly beans, underage drinking, time travel, the Civil War, raw hotdogs, cigars, and a live deaf beauty pageant; no show is without a surprise or two. Read more at http://firesidechat.libsyn.com/#FzlFOWhS5FciiFuQ.99
 
Welcome to Best Practice—a fireside chat series dedicated to practice operations in architecture and beyond. From pain points to potential, hear how leaders in the building industry are innovating through new business models and management techniques. Subscribe to listen to weekly conversations with leaders at Olson Kundig, SHoP Architects, and more. Topics include: how to run the business side of architecture, how to foster design culture in the firm, and how to design an architecture firm ...
 
The Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy is proud to present Fireside Chats! These fireside chats are short conversations with Utah’s citizen diplomats who are reformulating the American worldview by bringing their global experience back home. We hope that the embers of this conversation will light a fire in you to also make the global - local.
 
Know Pain, Know Gain: Entrepreneurship Made Real features fireside chats with leaders who have a story worth sharing and lessons worth hearing. Fans will gain insider insights and applicable takeaways about the entrepreneurial journey not found in MBA programs. We’ll cover their background and passions and explore their gristmill moments of entrepreneurship. Join us to explore and navigate the dark moments of entrepreneurship such as running out of money, spouse leaving, picking up side work ...
 
REACH Fireside Chats began spring 2020 during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic and school closures. The podcast brought educators around the country to some of the most prominent educational experts. Hosted by Dr. Monica George-Fields with chatroom co-host Dr. Karren Dunkley, REACH Fireside Chats became a favorite place for educators to commune, share their thoughts about policies, and share ideas for addressing the inequities and low achievement that are often found in public schools ser ...
 
Fireside Chats is an eclectic interview podcast that endeavors to expose the world to a litany of unique and interesting people. Each Wednesday, a new episode goes live chatting with a different person about a different subject. If you want each episode a week early and completely ad-free, please consider supporting the show on Patreon at patreon.com/colinslaststand.
 
Hosts Sandhan and Karen speak candidly with each other or with other guests in these 30-minute intimate conversations. They share personal stories, their own awakening experiences, tips and tools to assist you along the way and updates on Expanding Times in a casual, authentic and engaging tête-à-tête. Think of it as a conversation you’d have if you were sitting around your kitchen table enjoying a warm beverage. Connect with us at www.expandingtimes.com
 
Fireside Radio Theatre presents original stories as well as adaptations of classic works of literature as digital broadcasts for podcast listeners. With a collection of Fireside Archive recordings spanning five previous seasons and an exciting lineup of future broadcasts, Fireside Radio Theatre's mission is to translate the drama and imagination of the Golden Age of Radio to a modern listener's experience. ​ ​
 
David Yakobovitch explores AI for consumers through fireside conversations with industry thought leaders on HumAIn. From Chief Data Scientists and AI Advisors, to Leaders who advance AI for All, the HumAIn Podcast is the channel to release new AI products, to learn about industry trends, and to bridge the gap between humans and machines in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
 
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As a result of the shocking decline of our educational system and culture, parents around the country are increasingly opting to homeschool. What are the primary challenges? Is it worth it? Is it the future? Dennis has an insightful conversation with some current and formerly homeschooled students. Enjoy!Watch our new short documentary, Miseducated…
 
How do you achieve successful growth as an architecture firm? It all comes down to having the right people on your team. Today, there are small 20-person firms that are making incredible revenue and ranking on lists alongside much larger counterparts. There are firms that have been acquired by larger firms, only to see their original talent leave. …
 
Ivy Lu: How To Organize Data Science Teams and Data Science Projects for Startups [Audio] Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Google Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS Ivy Lu is the head of data science and machine learning at Oxygen. Ivy's onboarding marked the launch of Oxygen’s banking platform. She has bachelor's degree …
 
This week on MC Fireside Chats, presented by Modern Campground, we're deep-diving into the world of glamping with a collection of industry experts. Hear from David Korse, organizer of The Glamping Show USA, about their upcoming conference. Plus, we'll chat with Ruben Martinez from the American Glamping Association and Glamping Hub, Jeff Haynes, a r…
 
What do business strategists and editor-in-chiefs have in common? They both require you to build relationships. Lots of them. As the director of strategy and partnerships at Trahan Architects, founder and editor-in-chief of Madame Architect, and a lifelong collector of mentors, Julia Gamolina is an expert relationship builder. In this episode, she …
 
Yeonmi Park, a North Korean defector, suffered unimaginable horror on her journey to freedom. Desperate from starvation and oppression, she managed to escape to China, but had been sold. Several years later, she escaped through the Gobi Desert into Mongolia and then finally to freedom in South Korea. Once at university in America, she recognized th…
 
Most architecture firms are grappling with the question of how technology and data fit into their practice. For many firms, the solution is a self-contained design technology team, similar to an IT department. But at KPF, they’re championing the idea of a digital practice, where technology is a means to deliver their projects in the best way possib…
 
This week on MC Fireside Chats, presented by Modern Campground, we'll be discussing building your team. Much more than just your employees, a good team consists of every person who contributes to your success. From breaking ground to retirement, we'll be joined by Randy Hendrickson the CEO of United Park Brokers, for a candid conversation on what h…
 
In the past decade, the number of small architecture firms has been shrinking while the number of large firms has increased. The reason? A steep rise in the complexity of the projects firms are working on. As buildings get taller and more advanced, firms need bigger teams to handle the scope. And those teams would be lost without a good project man…
 
Dennis Prager is the most well-traveled person you know. It’s so important to him that he has traveled abroad every single year since the age of 20—2020 being the first year he couldn’t due to COVID travel restrictions. Now that restrictions have eased, Dennis revisited Hungary and several other Eastern European countries, and today reflects on Hun…
 
Life at a busy firm can be a mad scramble. When partners and owners start to wear too many hats, key information can slip through the cracks. Over time, the value of that missed information and haphazard staffing plans can add up. That’s why mid-size firms with a healthy budget should consider investing in a new hire: a financial operations role. W…
 
This week on MC Fireside Chats, presented by Modern Campground, we'll be discussing the latest industry news in our open discussion format. Plus, we'll cover some things we're looking forward to in September. Special guests for this episode include Mark Koep, Founder & CEO of Campground Views, Heather Blankenship, Pigeon Forge Jellystone Park owner…
 
“Start early. It's easier to get your mind around the numbers when you're smaller and when the numbers are easier. And then when you grow, you already have a foundation of understanding the numbers. Knowing the numbers is not contrary to running a business that has good values. It's actually an essential support to it.” -Sarah Murray Founded by Sar…
 
If you want your firm to become known for a clear ethos, aesthetic, and vision, then you need to fold that identity into everything you do. From the clients and contractors you choose to work with to your office culture and the computers you buy, every action—large or small—should contribute to that overarching vision. This is the case at Trahan Ar…
 
Asra Nadeem: How the future of media will be enhanced by generative design [Audio] Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Google Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS Asra Nadeem is the Co-Founder of Opus AI, a streaming platform powered by proprietary tech that turns plain text into movies and playable 3D worlds in real-time. She…
 
The world of architecture is getting more interesting—and complicated—by the day. Sometimes the best way to tackle your projects is to loop in specialists and consultants who have both the skill and network needed to get the job done. Amy Baker is a spec writing consultant and freelance architect who loves digging deep into the “nerdy” side of proj…
 
Pulling our remaining 2,500 troops out of Afghanistan? Dennis was against it. And he was against it for the reasons we are now witnessing today. Also in the news: chaos, mandates, and tyranny in Australia. Dennis, as always, provides needed perspective and lessons from all of these events. This episode of the Fireside Chat was recorded before the t…
 
This week on MC Fireside Chats, presented by Modern Campground, we'll be discussing ways to earn more revenue by thinking outside the box. Are there things other park owners have done that you can do at your campground too? Plus, we'll tackle revenue sources from a supplier perspective as well, so if your business partners with campgrounds be sure …
 
To design and construct the best building possible, you need to be intentional every step of the way. From honing your toolkit of best practices to creating SOPs to collaborating with other professionals, excellence is the name of the game. That’s the philosophy of Nick Schiffer, owner & CEO of NS Builders. In this interview, Nick shares his proces…
 
Real estate developers often keep their eye on the bottom line—for them, it’s all about how a property can make money. Architects, meanwhile, focus on design, but rarely have control over the built environment. But it’s possible to do both. Alloy Development is a hybrid architecture-development firm. Director of Construction Alexandra Militano join…
 
PragerU’s marvelous CEO Marissa Streit joins Dennis for this special 200th Fireside Chat! They discuss our fans, our haters, and reminisce on the early days of PragerU (including the time we had to start over from scratch). Thank you for making this weekly visit with Dennis part of your life! We hope it contributes something special.In honor of the…
 
There are many ways to grow an architecture firm, and many values that can guide you along the way. But one quality in particular will allow your firm to grow and evolve far into the future: generosity. In this episode Alan Maskin and Jerry Garcia, principals at Olson Kundig, told us how the spirit of generosity has influenced their growth over sev…
 
There’s a good reason to ask. You see, even though people are living LONGER than ever, the media wants you to believe that global warming presents an immediate and existential threat. People believe it. Some even claim to be glad to never have grandchildren. Here’s Dennis’s take.August is PragerU's fundraising month! Please make a tax-deductible do…
 
For an architect hoping to own their own firm one day, there are two paths available. One is the traditional path: starting your own firm from scratch. The other is to buy an existing firm and transition into its new owner. This second option is less talked about, but with the rate of Baby Boomers retiring, it will become more and more important to…
 
[Audio] Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Google Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS Steven Shillingford is President and CEO of DeepSee.ai, a Knowledge Process Automation (KPA) platform to mine unstructured data, operationalize AI-powered insights, and automate results into real-time action for the enterprise. He is the cr…
 
Shane Balcom joined Rossmann Architecture in July 2020 and hasn’t looked back. Since Balcom’s arrival, the Ottawa-based firm has seen its revenue triple and the size of its team double, thanks in part to the leadership principles the managing director has brought to the table. In a conversation with Monograph’s Best Practice co-hosts Chris Morgan a…
 
This Fireside Chat was published on August 5, 2021.It’s time to come to terms with the fact that the left is openly hostile toward the message and dream of MLK, Jr.—that a man be judged by his character rather than his skin color. Every modern human in possession of a clear and rational mind embraces the truth: character is everything.August is Pra…
 
The common issues that architects struggle with -- getting paid, project control, long hours -- have been around since the dawn of the profession. There are traditional ways of working that have remained in place even as the world rapidly changes. But Jacob Reidel of Saltmine thinks it’s time to embrace a different way of practicing. His take? Firm…
 
Make a donation to PragerU in honor of Dennis Prager's birthday!Make your gift at PragerU.com/dennisDennis is obviously very special to us here at PragerU; he is the founder of this great company, after all, but more importantly it’s his enduring wisdom and dedication to American values that drive what we do here on a daily basis. Help make his bir…
 
A touching moment: Dennis receives birthday messages from PragerFORCE and it triggers a reflection on his life and career. What’s his most important message? Why does he receive so much hatred and how does he deal with it? He has led a unique life, including a smuggling operation in the Soviet Union—and experiencing that true totalitarianism taught…
 
Your firm can’t deliver incredible projects without a great team working in the wings. Building and leading a team is an art form in and of itself. It requires transparency, setting clear milestones, and providing room for talent to grow. Adam Ruffin is doing just that with his two partners at ARCHITECTUREFIRM, a small design firm that is split bet…
 
Buildings are more than a design made real. They are a collection of data. Firms that leverage that data in their organization will be able to adapt and grow and thrive in the future. But the key to doing so doesn’t lie in the technology tools themselves; it lies in the people in your firm. Architect, author, and professor Randy Deutsch explained h…
 
“People sometimes don't have access to the same opportunities… so the training is ever more important to put everybody on the same level, to give another chance to someone who didn't have the best education to come up to the next level.” -Bernardo Weaver Wall Street, as a global financial center for centuries, stands and continues to grow. But what…
 
This is week of additions and subtractions from the team as we look at Mark Giordano leaving for Seattle in the Expansion Draft, Matthew Coronato being drafted in the Entry Draft and which current Flames UFA and RFA players we'd bring back. Then we look ahead to the free agent period starting on July 28 and what holes the Flames need to fill, and i…
 
This is week of additions and subtractions from the team as we look at Mark Giordano leaving for Seattle in the Expansion Draft, Matthew Coronato being drafted in the Entry Draft and which current Flames UFA and RFA players we'd bring back. Then we look ahead to the free agent period starting on July 28 and what holes the Flames need to fill, and i…
 
Oliver Schabenberger: How Data, Analytics, Decisions and Intelligence Are Connected [Audio] Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Google Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS Oliver Schabenberger is the Chief Innovation Officer at SingleStore. He is a former academician and seasoned technology executive with more than 25 years of…
 
Favor technical knowledge over soft skills Become more open-minded Accept embarrassment as part of the job Choose between good options Draw to communicate design intent Negate risk by understanding the technical stuff Embrace continued professional development Slowly expand your building science vocabulary Learn how projects are financed Show Links…
 
It is one of the most important questions one can ask: What is the best thing Americans can do to make the country better? Dennis has an answer that you won’t expect.Column referenced: https://dennisprager.com/column/the-best-thing-most-americans-can-do-to-make-america-better/0:00 Welcome!1:02 Men And Women Are Different3:43 The Best Thing You Can …
 
Imagine your company’s operations working so smoothly that it’s like you’re a hive mind. Sharing data and knowledge. Anticipating next steps. Solving problems with surgical precision. As COO of Voyansi, a building intelligence firm, Libo Li helped create a data-centered operations program that looked a lot like that. Interview Takeaways Make better…
 
We're back after a break and at our new time! Based on feedback from other park owners and industry suppliers, we'll be live on Wednesday afternoons now at 1 pm EST. This week we'll be discussing the wide variety of ways you can level up your knowledge as a park owner. From FB Groups to associations and tailored courses to subscription services.…
 
The Stanley Cup has been awarded which means it is time for two of the biggest events of the off-season - the Entry Draft and Expansion Draft, both within 72 hours of each other. This week we talk about the most likely scenario for the expansion in leaving Mark Giordano unprotected, and what other options the team has to try and keep their captain.…
 
The Stanley Cup has been awarded which means it is time for two of the biggest events of the off-season - the Entry Draft and Expansion Draft, both within 72 hours of each other. This week we talk about the most likely scenario for the expansion in leaving Mark Giordano unprotected, and what other options the team has to try and keep their captain.…
 
When you start your own architecture firm, you’re in for the ride of your life. You quickly need to learn how to put together a successful team, partner with the right clients, and save money for a rainy day. Idan Naor learned all of this through trial and error when he started Idan Naor Workshop. The passage of time has allowed him to appreciate g…
 
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