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Aging parents may be more controlling, meddling, jealously, demanding, fault, aggressiveness, or plays the victim when you just want to give them a comfortable and safe quality of life. Their behaviors stem from a variety of changes in their lives. Put yourself in their shoes, the loss of a spouse, friend's passing, failure completely drive, handling the changes in their health, encountering the need for help or the failure of their overall independence. A parent may have always been abstinent; however, the behaviors may intensify with confusion and fears. Listen to this segment for suggestions regarding easing the tension on 10/29/15 @ 10MDT http://tobtr.com/s/6305645. #BlogTalkRadio
Global Product Management Talk is pleased to bring you episode 036 of...
The Everyday Innovator with host Chad McAllister, PhD.
The podcast is all about helping people involved in innovation and managing products become more successful, grow their careers, and STANDOUT from their peers.
Our Guest: Jeremy Dillingham has a long list of skills and experiences as a seasoned product manager, including leading teams, roadmap planning, portfolio management, Lean Startup, Customer Discovery, Agile Development, and SaaS architectures. He is a mentor at Techstars, an accelerator for technology startups. He currently serves as a Senior VP at Return Path, a company that helps organizations promote and protect their brands.
Some favorite product management tools:
Discovery – the process of talking with customers and validating what you are learning about the problems and needs. This involves writing a script of interview questions, prioritizing the questions, talking with customers to gain responses, and analyzing the data. Discovery sessions with customers should be done by two interviewers so one can focus on asking questions and the other can focus on taking notes.
Experiment – one pass through the build-measure-learn loop (per Lean).
Metrics – dashboards, KPIs, another important indicators.
Lean Canvas – see TEI 010 episode with the creator of the Lean Canvas.
This devotional Bible study scheduled for November 14, 2015 is based on Isaiah 62:1 and reminds us of the number one need in the Church today - to have in her ranks men and women who will pray without ceasing for her ongoing existence and ministerial success! This weekly radio broadcast is a ministry of Love Remnant Tabernacle Church. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to submit your Prayer Request.
In this episode, we decided to ask ourselves a few questions.
Why is there so much focus on things that are not important to our spiritual growth or our souls?
Why is the talk about money (prosperity gospel) and all of this motivational speaking disguised as sound teaching?
Why are people falling for these things left and right?
1 John 4:1-4 will tell you a great deal about discerning false prophets and the spirit of the Anti-Christ. Listen in and join the conversation as we see how this particular spirit has and still is influencing what we call church today. Mind you, this is a very clever demonic spirit that has been around a long time. It usually goes unnoticed, probably because of all the distractions that accompany it.
Call in with your questions or comment in the chat room.
As you look towards your golden years are you anticipating a life of leisure? While that can be a good thing, if balanced with activity, it can be highly counter-productive; producing life-threatening results. While daily activity can provide strategic defense against disease, the contrary will tend to advance it.
It's never too late to start an exercise program. If you are afraid of falling or hurting yourself, talk with your health care provider or insurance company. Many provide resources to address these concerns and may even offer personal training. Another great resource is Go4Life.
According to Dr. Richard Hodes, director of the National Institute on Aging at the National Institute of Health, "Exercise is the best-demonstrated way to maintain health, fitness, and independence."
When I say I'm "anti-theism", I mean I think theism is bad. I think any good it does is outweighed by the bad. But that doesn't mean I'm "anti-theist". Theists are lovely people. They just hold bad ideas.
Now I realize it's hard to separate the people from the ideas. But I think we are more effective when we do. I think that by contrasting the amazing person with the vile beliefs, this helps people realize they are better than their religion.
Plus, your calls.
Let the awesomesause flow once again!!