Watch the Sale of Champions LIVE Sunday at 2 p.m.!

By on December 17, 2019

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Watch The Sale of Champions LIVE on August 6th at 2pm HERE!The Sale of Champions will also be televised live on the Ohio Channel on these local Ohio stations:Ohio Channel LocatorRegionStationCompanyChannelAkronWVIZ / PBS ideastreamSpectrum538AthensWOUBSpectrum2CincinnatiWCETAnderson Union8CincinnatiWCETMedia Bridges15CincinnatiWCETNorwood Community Television15CincinnatiWCETWaycross Community Media4CincinnatiWCETCable Channel 2223ClermontWCETSpectrum22ClevelandWVIZ / PBS ideastreamOver-the-Air Transmission25.2ClevelandWVIZ / PBS ideastreamCox234ClevelandWVIZ / PBS ideastreamWOW120ColumbusWOSUOver-the-Air Transmission34.2ColumbusWOSUInsight190ColumbusWOSUSpectrum96ColumbusWOSUWOW150DaytonWPTD / Think TVOver-the-Air Transmission14.5DaytonWPTD / Think TVOver-the-Air Transmission16.5DaytonWPTD / Think TVSpectrum715DaytonWPTD / Think TVSpectrum720ToledoWGTEOver-the-Air Transmission30ToledoWGTEBuckeye Cable199last_img read more

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Trump administration continues hands-off approach to self-driving cars

By on December 15, 2019

first_imgThe Trump administration on Tuesday published the latest guidelines for self-driving cars, the first update since taking over from the Obama administration. The 36-page report, called Version 2.0 by Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao, continues the same hands-off approach to the emerging industry, with guidance being “entirely voluntary” with “no enforcement mechanism.”Most of the questions raised in the guidance mimic what was found in the Obama report last year. These include questions on validation, cybersecurity, road tests, and hardware failures.See Also: Who is responsible for autonomous car regulation?The rather light report comes as a bill, called the SELF DRIVE Act, makes its way through the Senate. The House of Representatives has already passed the bill, which would transfer regulatory power to Congress and let thousands more self-driving cars test on public roads.The report does make mention of state regulations, warning the states against setting up too many regulations. Most of the states that have a large self-driving presence have already partly legalized road tests or give major auto and tech companies a pass to test on roads.A coalition of tech and auto companies, including Waymo, Uber, Ford, Volvo, and Lyft, praised the announcement in a statement:“The Self-Driving Coalition for Safer Streets is pleased to see the Trump Administration continuing the work to bring fully self-driving vehicles to U.S. roads. With more than 35,000 motor vehicle deaths in 2015, the potential safety benefits of fully self-driving technology are too important to delay.”The report also said companies that integrate self-driving cars would receive preferential treatment in future infrastructure programs. President Trump has said there will be a $1 trillion infrastructure plan for the U.S., involving roads and bridges, but it has yet to be published. Break the Mold with Real-World Logistics AI and… Tags:#Autonomous#Congress#DOT#driverless#Elaine Chao#legislation#Obama#regulation#Self-Driving#Trump Related Posts 5 Ways IoT can Help to Reduce Automatic Vehicle…center_img For Self-Driving Systems, Infrastructure and In… David Curry IT Trends of the Future That Are Worth Paying A…last_img read more

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An EDGY Conversation with Dan Waldschmidt – Episode 31

By on December 9, 2019

first_imgPodcast: Play in new window | Download (45.9MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSSToday’s guest, Dan Waldschmidt, is a business strategist uninterested in short term tactics for success. He understands the rules of success shift by the time you tap into them. Instead, Dan offers a formula and lifestyle to achieve lasting success. He unleashes his passion for your success in his book, EDGY Conversations: How Ordinary People Can Achieve Outrageous Success. This is a book about achieving mindset, before worrying about skillset. Dan’s loud living is visible in his business endeavors, popular speaking events, and ultra-races. If Dan wants it, he goes and gets it. Listen in to his story of attempting to break records in ultra-running and in business. Get In the Arena with Dan Waldschmidt.How big will your success be?Click To TweetHow the ordinary can achieve the extraordinaryDan’s acronym, EDGY, began by analyzing why people who were not set up for success, became successful. People who were relegated to the middle class, or bound to be weekend warriors, achieved extraordinary success through extreme effort. Their weaknesses were made up for and equalized through effort. The question is no longer, will you be successful, it is how big will your success be? We are often told to work smarter, optimize our presentation and avoid wasting time. Today, Dan brings us back to one of the greatest assets available: good old fashioned sweat. Listen in for your own outrageous success.When will it start working?Dan says that if you stop doing the right thing before it starts working, you’ve done the wrong thing. Discipline action is part of the formula for success that separates the extraordinary from the ordinary. Disciplined action looks like doing what you need to do everyday, even when it means denying yourself quick fixes of quick success. Dan teaches to stay the course, and continue to take action. It it not the final blow that splits the granite: it is all the chinking and clinking away before that final blow. Re-think the popular quote of insanity being the definition of doing the same thing over and over, with the same results. Put in brute force and do not stop too soon. If you are willing to do what everyone else is making excuses for, you are In the Arena, with the best shot at success.Don’t stop doing the right thing before it starts workingClick To TweetSomething not working? Try giving. Success is often talked about in terms of self and wrapped up in me-me-me. Today, Dan Waldschmidt shares about his own shift from selfish ambition, to giving from his heart. Dan looked at successful leaders and found that they were not just taking, they were giving. Even if it meant defying industry experts, they did things that made them awesome. Successful leaders attracted their ideal customers, by giving. From Ford’s story, to Dan’s personal story, giving is an essential aspect of success. It is a fine line to walk, between giving and trading, but giving equals greatness. Learn how to create value and demonstrate value from today’s conversation with ring leader, Dan Waldschmidt.Heros healThe final piece of Dan Waldschmidt’s formula is all about healing. We are humans, and pretty primal, whether we’re in the jungle or in business suits in the boardroom. People understand the importance of healing in most settings, but when it comes to business and achieving goals, it is often left out. The person you are selling to might just need to be healed. Dan knows that everyone calls the healer. If you want to be successful, look past the business suit and into the soul you are selling to. They will hear you, and want to hear from you again. Get EDGY today, and on your way to success, with Dan Waldschmidt on Into the Arena.Effort as the great equalizer, with Dan WaldschmidtClick To TweetOutline of this great episode Introduction of today’s guest, Dan Waldschmidt. Dan’s decision to do more than just an ultra-event. The EDGY acronym: E is for extreme behavior. How and where you start success. There are no sick days: disciplined action. Salespeople: This is prospecting. It’s about giving, from your heart not your head. Anthony’s example of giving in business. The healing aspect. Details about Dan’s book & workbook.Resources & Links mentioned in this episodehttp://danwaldschmidt.comB00IH3K2AK The theme song “Into the Arena” is written and produced by Chris Sernel. You can find it on SoundcloudConnect with AnthonyWebsite: www.TheSalesBlog.comYoutube: Plus: you can use to share this episodeIf things are not working the way you want them to, try giving ~ Dan WaldschmidtClick To TweetWe’re pretty primal, in the jungle or in the boardroom.Click To TweetSubscribe toIn the ArenaApple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsAndroidby EmailRSSOr subscribe with your favorite app by using the address belowlast_img read more

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Shane Warne backs out from coaching team India

By on November 28, 2019

first_imgA day after he put his hat in the ring to replace outgoing Indian coach Gary Kirsten, former Australian bowler Shane Warne has now backed out from coaching Team India. The legendary leg-spinner has done a remarkable volte-face, ruling out any association with the Indian team in the near future. Speaking exclusively to Headlines Today, Warne has confirmed that he does not intend to coach India. Warne emphaised it would be difficult for anyone to emulate Kirsten’s hugely successful tenure, but made it clear ‘It cannot be him’. “Whosoever becomes the next coach will have to fill in big shoes. Gary has done a fabulous job. But it is not going to be me,” said warne. Interestingly, Indian captain M.S Dhoni too stopped short of ruling Warne out from the list of potential contenders stating, with Gary having set a high benchmark, the next coach will have big shoes to fill.  Kirsten’s successful behind-the-scenes approach worked wonders with Team India and after the nightmarish experience with former Australian captain Greg Chappell, Dhoni & Co will understandably be apprehensive of brining in a flamboyant character to coach them in the difficult season ahead. On Sachin Tendulkar and cricket Warne was effusive in his praise for Sachin Tendukar, who realised his World Cup dream on Saturday, saying, he is ‘the best batsman that I have played against’. Asked to speak on his statement about ‘Sachin giving me nightmare’ after Australia’s 1998 Test series in India, Warne said, it was ‘a tongue in cheek remark’.   What keeps him going? “I love cricket. It’s my passion,” said the leg-spinner. On playing in the IPL, Warne said, “I enjoy captaining the Jaipur team.” On his colourful life outside the playground, Warne said, “I may not have been the best husband but I have been the best father.”advertisementlast_img read more

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