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In the latest instalment in our video series exploring new technology, Marketing Week looks at how and why brands are using artificial intelligence to calculate the return on investment on sports sponsorship.
Calculating return on investment is a vital part of the marketing profession. As the role becomes increasingly about the numbers and the creative, marketers are looking for ways to show the value of their advertising spend.
In this video we look at the latest technology from GumGum Sports, which calculates the ROI of sports sponsorship and advertising using machine learning and artificial intelligence. Chief executive, Ophir Tanz talks through how the technology works and why brands are using it.
The Women's National Football Conference Kicks Off 2019! Get On Board Today!
The Women’s National Football Conference (WNFC) is a groundbreaking organization. We exist to create and foster an environment for female athletes to sustain healthy lifestyles through playing, coaching and participating in American football at the highest level. At present the sport of women's tackle football is disjointed. The market does not have an option for owners, players, and fans that have a higher standard for women and girls in football. For years, it has been ok to have women and teams solely carry the financial burden to play this sport that countless men and boys have access to for free; without a plan or significant effort to change that dynamic. Over the past decade, women’s football leagues have collected over $3 million dollars combined from aspiring female football players and their teams. No valuable investments, financial return or significant advancements have been made with these dollars. Our purpose, principles, and plans are rooted in the development of the most pristine women’s football product in the world so that those times eventually come to an end. The Group Leading The Movement... Read the full article...

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Years ago I wrote an article I titled Learning to Speak Coach. The article was a general overview of the idea that you needed to understand the language and culture of a particular sport in order to sell your strength and conditioning program to the players, manager or head coach.
In no sport is this selling process more difficult than in the game of soccer. Many soccer cultures have a disdain for strength training borne from years of seeing programs designed for American Football players applied to soccer.
Soccer coaches are famous for avoiding strength training, particularly the type they associate with American Football.  In fact, during my year working with our women's national team (2003) I was specifically told “ I don't want to see a player with a bar on their back or in their hands”. What the head coach meant was “ no heavy squats and, no cleans” and, I knew it. If I was a wise guy I would have said “what, no bench press” but, comedy or sarcasm wasn't going to help my case.  Just remember, as soon as a soccer coach sees what they perceive to be “American Football stuff” they usually run in the opposite direction.
Another area of conflict is in speed development. Soccer coaches are also famous for wanting everything to be done “ with the ball”. Running without a ball is viewed as a waste of time and is reserved for jogging in warm-ups. Sprints without a ball are also viewed as a waste of time.
However, as we discussed in Learning to Speak Coach, an understanding of the game can help to sell coaches on good quality strength and conditioning. keep reading.........

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MY STRUGGLE WITH EATING DISORDERS



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When BPI Canada ambassadorAlex Fischer was hit by a careless driver her sophomore year of high school, she went from playing multiple sports to being confined to a wheelchair. As her recovery progressed, she moved on to crutches, and later nothing at all, but the damage was done – literally and figuratively. When Alex was no longer able to stay active, she resorted to reducing her calories, which quickly turned into an obsession.
She started avoiding outings with friends at restaurants and skipping school for fear of lunch time. Her relationships suffered. Her only concern was getting skinnier because she believed it was making her prettier. After six months, her daily calories had dropped to only 100 per day. If she had a craving, she would ingest the food only to throw it up. Alex was so deprived of energy she could hardly move. When her heart almost stopped, she was rushed to the hospital in an ambulance.

THE WAKE-UP CALL

Alex was admitted to the hospital weighing 79 lbs. She was diagnosed with the eating disorders anorexia and bulimia and put on bed rest for three months. While she was confined to her bed, she watched as patients sharing her room came and went. Most of them were suffering from cancer, which made Alex feel guilty about taking up space when her condition was self-inflicted. It was then that she decided to start the road to rebuilding herself. Unlike many of the other patients, she had the chance to live. Now it was time to start making the most of her life.


RECOVERY

When Alex left the hospital, she was still only 115 lbs. For three months after being released, her recovery process included counseling and routine weight checkups. She had to retrain her mind to think of food as fuel again, and fitness was even more of a challenge. Instead of using it to help her recover, Alex replaced her obsession with food with an obsession over training.
At the first sign of weight loss, Alex began over-exercising. She would stay in the gym for hours, over-working her body to the point of exhaustion. Then she wouldn’t be able to move for days. Her desire for complete control was leading her down another path of destruction. It wasn’t until she was able to accept that she could only control herself that her relationship with fitness became a positive one.

NEXT STEPS

Today, Alex is much healthier. She has learned to love herself, accept her flaws and appreciate the life she’s been given. She’s taken her story about eating disorders to social media where she prides herself on being able to speak honestly about struggle. She thrives on positive feedback and the idea that she’s able to help others who may be working on self-love.
In addition, Alex has started training for her first bodybuilding competition. On the side, she is doing fitness modeling and designing clothing for name-brand companies.

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Home Schooling Three to Five Year Olds and Legal Requirements

By: Walker Ward
Parents who decide to home school their pre-school children have researched the value of teaching your own children at home. Beginning home school at the pre-school age is an excellent way to get the parent and the child used to the idea of learning at home. This is also a great way to ease into learning how to teach and organize the home school schedule. The child is not used to attending a school; therefore there is no adjustment period. Also, pre-school children are incredibly easy to teach because it is mostly in playing that they learn.

When creating a tailored preschool curriculum, parents provide a safe environment with interactive toys. Believe it or not, the parent is the child's first teacher. Children at this age imitate everything their parents do by observation, playing, helping, talking, and listening. Reading to children at this age is one of the best ways to develop avid readers. At this age, a standardized curriculum isn't necessary. Children learn from coloring, cutting, pasting, counting, singing, rhymes, games, playing with clay, playing in the playground, and learning to get along with others. It is important to include some of these activities daily in an unstressed, relaxed manner. Children at this age need your love and attention more than they need academics and structure.

The key to learning at this age is to provide a lot of hands on projects, particularly with arts and crafts. Many children in this age group have play dates where they meet with other children and go to parks, farms, even shopping trips. Pre-schoolers love to be included in everything you do, whether it be emptying the dishwasher, or sorting mail, and especially baking. Even though it may seem that their short attention span doesn't allow for intense learning, they are learning real life experiences.

Legal Requirements:

Parents who home school do not have to have an advanced degree. There are a few qualifications of successful home school parents: love for their children, understanding of their children, desire to keep learning and growing, desire to spend time with their children. Although it may seem awkward at first, especially if your child has been in a public or private school, teaching will eventually become second hand. Parents need to learn flexibility and also organization at the same time. Open communication and a strong bond between parent and child is key to successful home schooling.

Home schooling is legal in every state in the United States. Each state has its own guidelines for home schooling. There are also plenty of support groups for parents who home school. Some private schools offer home school support and/or curriculum. After school group activities, such as sports, or science are also offered by several different programs. Friends and family can also help with home education. Sometimes there are co-op home school groups, where one person teaches math and another parent teaches history.

There are also support groups for parents of home schoolers who feel burned out or frustrated. There is guidance on teaching and teaching classes parents can take. Continued education helps a parent feel confident in their teaching skills. But keep in mind that every parent in a teacher at some point, it is unavoidable when you are a parent.

Parents document the progress of their home schooled children with testing, some are annual, and some are alternative assessments. Keeping records of your child's daily activities and learning is essential to monitoring the child's progress. When parents find it difficult to teach a certain subject, they turn to private tutors, online classes, CD tutorials or community college classes to supplement their studies.

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The Secrets of Hostage Negotiators | Scott Tillema | TEDxNaperville and Investigative Hypnosis: Is It Effective Or Completely Bogus?

Can you have a productive conversation with someone when you both disagree? Learn the secrets to negotiation and conversation from a police hostage negotiator. [Video Below] Sergeant Scott Tillema is a FBI trained hostage negotiator, spending over 7 years as a negotiator with NIPAS-EST, the largest multi-jurisdictional municipal SWAT team in the United States. He is also a supervisor at the Schaumburg (IL) Police Department, where he has been a police officer since 2002. Scott held the role of adjunct professor at Argosy University – Schaumburg, teaching multiple courses in both the psychology and criminal justice programs. Through his interest in policing, psychology, and negotiations, he has developed The SECRETS Model of Negotiation, and actively teaches crisis communication to police officers throughout the Chicago region. Scott holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin with a triple major in behavioral science, political science and sociology. He also completed a Master’s degree in forensic psychology through Argosy University.


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Investigative Hypnosis: Is It Effective Or Completely Bogus?
By: George Babnick

Way back in the 1970’s when I was a college student studying criminal justice I participated in a student practicum at the local sheriff’s office. Most of my "work" consisted of going through stacks of crime reports and calling back theft victims to reassure them that even though the sheriff’s office had not yet been able to figure out who stole their property and the likelihood of them ever getting their stolen property back was minimal, the sheriff’s office was "still on the case." It was more of a public relations effort to make people feel that the sheriff’s office had not forgotten about their case and was concerned that they had been a crime victim.

To my surprise, most people appreciated the follow-up. They understood that the sheriff’s office was doing what they could and in a few cases the victims provided new suspect information that could aid in the investigation. Some told me they understood there was little the sheriff’s office could do and suggested that the sheriff’s office discontinue investigating their case and concentrate on more serious crimes. Others told me that they had already figured out who stole their stuff and had recovered it themselves. Excellent – case closed!

On one occasion a detective asked me if I would like to assist him in a Hypnotism Session. He explained that there had been a "grab-and-run" theft at a jewelry store and an elderly lady saw the thief run from the store and get into a waiting get-a-way car. This lady could not remember much about the get-a-way car and the detective was hoping that under hypnosis she could provide a good description of the car and maybe even a license plate. This sounded much more exciting than calling and propitiating theft victims, so I jumped at the opportunity.

The hypnosis session occurred in a small quiet room at the sheriff’s office. I have no clue as to the training this detective had at the time, but since investigative hypnosis was in its infancy in those days, I suspect it was minimal. The lady sat in a big comfortable office chair and the detective sat in a smaller chair in front of her. The detective dimmed the lights and spoke to her in a soft tone and directed her attention to the incident. His words got slower and softer and it appeared as if he was trying to get her to totally relax. At one point he asked her to close her eyes and continue listening to him. It was surreal – almost right out of the movies!

I sat in the back of the room with a pen and pad in hand. My job was to write down anything pertinent the lady might say. After about 10 minutes of soothing words, the lady was able to recall the color of the thief’s get-a-way car (bright red) and gave a general description of a sedan. Surprisingly, she was able to slowly and deliberately "recall" the license number. I dutifully jotted it down.

After the session was over, the detective asked me what I thought. I said I didn’t know, but silently I thought she was faking it . . . but you never know. It turns out that two other credible witnesses described the thief’s car as blue, so it was likely not red. Also, the license plate information turned out to belong to a truck that had been crushed in a junk yard years before. The hypnosis session was certainly interesting, but it produced NO credible leads. In fact, it produced FALSE leads.

MYSTERIOUS and Controversial

Hypnosis can be traced back to ancient Egypt and has always been surrounded by mystery and controversy. During the last 20 years the use of hypnosis in criminal investigation has dramatically increased and acceptance has varied from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. In very simple terms, the intent of investigative hypnosis is to aid a crime victim or witness in recalling important information that their mind has repressed. Investigators can then follow-up on this information and hopefully solve crimes that were likely otherwise unsolvable. It is not intended to be a tool for extracting "the truth" from suspects or for coercing witnesses into fabricating information.

Today there are numerous classes, seminars, and other trainings that teach investigators (both law enforcement and private investigators) the science behind investigative hypnosis, how to do it properly, and the legal and ethical issues associated with using hypnosis in an investigation. A typical training might include (at a minimum) training in:

PSYCHOLOGY of eyewitness testimony

Procedures for obtaining identification evidence

Field studies of eyewitness memory of actual crimes

Traumatic Memory and Ordinary Memory

Criteria-based statement analysis

Investigative Memory Enhancing Techniques

Legal issues associated with hypnosis including the admissibility of hypnosis-derived evidence.

LEGAL Issues Abound

Today most investigators agree that in some situations investigative hypnosis, like polygraph testing, can be a useful tool in investigating some crimes. Often it is used as a last resort when all leads have been exhausted and the crime remains far from being solved.

But, acceptance of hypnotic induced testimony from witnesses and even investigator follow-up based upon hypnotic induced statements, has been scrutinized carefully and sometimes skeptically, by courts. Every situation is different and case law in many U.S. States is continually evolving, but the general rule is that SOMETIMES hypnotic induced testimony, or investigator actions that flow from it, are accepted in court and SOMETIMES it is not. How’s that for a clear legal line that only a lawyer could appreciate!

In a published article, the respected Journal of the American Medical Association expressed a position paper that stated "The Council finds that recollections obtained during hypnosis can involve confabulations and pseudomemories and not only fail to be more accurate, but actually appear to be less reliable than nonhypnotic recall. The use of hypnosis with witnesses and victims may have serious consequences for the legal process when testimony is based on material that is elicited from a witness who has been hypnotized for the purposes of refreshing recollection." (JAMA 1985; 253:1918-1923)

The general proposition that pre-trial statements made under hypnosis are hearsay and unreliable and therefore not generally admissible, is followed by most courts. See Creamer v. State, 232 Ga. 136, 205 S.E.2d 240 (1974); Emmett v. State, 232 Ga. 136, 205 S.E.2d 231 (1974); State v. Pierce, 263 S.C. 23, 207 S.E.2d 414 (1974); Greenfield v. Commonwealth, 214 Va. 710, 204 S.E.2d 414 (1974); State v. Conley, 6 Kan. App.2d 280, 627 P.2d 1174 (Kan. Ct. App. 1981); and State v. Beachum, 97 N.M. 682, 643 P.2d 246 (1981).

And in some states, all testimony from a person whose memory was "refreshed" by hypnosis is prohibited. In the case of State v. La Mountain, 125 Ariz. 527, 611 P.2d 551 (1980), the Arizona Supreme Court stated: "Although we perceive that hypnosis is a useful tool in the investigative stage, we do not feel the state of the science (or art) has been shown to be such as to admit testimony which may have been developed as a result of hypnosis. A witness who has been under hypnosis, as in the case here, should not be allowed to testify when there is a question that the testimony may have been produced by that hypnosis."

But consider a ruling from the North Dakota Supreme Court in the case of the State of North Dakota v. Joseph Lesley Brown. 337 N.W.2d 138 (1983). The court stated "The major issue raised on appeal is whether or not a witness whose memory has been previously enhanced through the use of hypnosis may testify in a criminal trial in North Dakota. We conclude that a witness who has previously been hypnotized is not rendered incompetent to testify. Rather, we hold that hypnotism affects the credibility but not the admissibility of such testimony."

Other court cases, with different variations of these decisions, abound.

In my home State of Oregon, there is yet another twist to the legality of testimony elicited under hypnotism. Oregon has a long-standing statute that allows witnesses who have been subjected to "hypnosis" or "mesmerism" prior to trial, to testify for either side in a criminal trial if the entire hypnotic procedure is "recorded on either videotape or any mechanical recording device." The statute further requires that "the unabridged videotape or mechanical recording shall be made available to the other party or parties." See Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 136.675. This seems to follow the North Dakota Supreme Court reasoning that witnesses who have been previously hypnotized are not incompetent to testify and it is up to the jury (or judge in the case of a Court trial) to assess the credibility of that testimony.

SUMMARY

Using hypnosis to help victims and witnesses recall information can sometimes aid an investigator in an investigation. It is being used with increasing frequency by law enforcement and private investigators but is still viewed skeptically by many courts. Usually, it is only used when investigators have exhausted all leads and the case would likely end up in the cold case file unless new leads can be developed. In private investigations, qualified investigators sometimes use hypnosis to recover memory for civil or criminal trials and it is also used to help investigators find lost or misplaced property.

George W. Babnick, is a 34 year law enforcement veteran from Portland, Oregon with an extensive background in physical security and criminal and administrative investigations.

He is the editor of a blog devoted to physical and personal security issues and a licensed Private Investigator in his home state of Oregon.

He can be reached at: www.physicalsecurityonline.com and www.babnickandassociates.com.

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I want to remind you today to spend your time investing in your future, not in the past. Investing in the past is when you relive your pains and disappointments, focusing on who hurt you, what didn’t work out, and the mistakes you’ve made. That’s a waste of time and energy. You can’t do anything about what happened in your past—it’s over with. But you can do something about today. When you focus on what you can change, and not on what you can’t change, that is a good investment in the future. [This Video and More Below] This is message #775, "Investing In Your Future", by Victoria Osteen. For more inspirational messages, visit https://www.JoelOsteen.com/Messages


Just Room for One

 by Joel Osteen 

We all face situations that we don't see how they're going to work out. When the medical report is not good, or we have a setback in our finances, or our child is off course, if we're not careful, we'll let that problem consume us. That's all we think about. We go around feeling worried, stressed out, and can't sleep at night. The whole time God is in control and already has the solution, but the mistake we make too often is to take God off the throne and put our problem on the throne. What you constantly think about, what you're giving all your attention to, you're putting on the throne. When you're always thinking about the greatness of God and go through the day thanking Him, knowing that He's fighting your battles, you're worshipping God. But when you go around worried about how it's going to work out, always thinking about the problem, reliving the offense, stressed over your health, you're worshipping the problem. Your whole outlook would change if you would take the problem off the throne and put God back on the throne.
When David faced Goliath, it's interesting that he never called him a giant. He never said, "He's twice my size and so strong. I don't have a chance." He called Goliath "an uncircumcised Philistine." David downplayed his size because he understood this principle. He didn't put Goliath on the throne. He kept God on the throne. He said to Goliath, "You come against me with a sword and a spear, but I come against you in the name of the Lord of hosts, the God of the armies of Israel" (1 Samuel 17:45).
You may be facing an illness. It's easy to let the medical report play over and over, giving you all the reasons why you're not going to get well. The more you dwell on it, the more discouraged you'll become. You have to take the medical report off the throne. You may be fighting cancer, but don't let cancer get on the throne. Cancer has a name, but there is a higher name. That sickness may be big, but it's no match for our God. Keep Him on the throne. Start thinking about how big your God is. Medical science has limitations; God is limitless. We are natural; God is supernatural. He has all power to do what medicine cannot do. He said the number of your days He will fulfill. But here's the key: if God is not on the throne, you're not giving Him permission. God works where there's an attitude of faith. You can't have God and the medical report on the throne at the same time. There's just room for one.
What's on your throne?

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“The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly” (John 10:10).
Stealing our peace of mind and destroying anything good in our lives is exactly what the devil tries to do. A proper understanding of how faith and grace fit together helps us resist his efforts.

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