Chris, Jack and Cal go back over West Ham's 2-2 draw with Manchester City before taking a look at some prospective transfer targets and sharing their memories of Mark Noble.First Half: Man City (0-26')Second Half: Transfer Targets (26-41')Extra Time: Mark Noble (41-62')Close To You by PYC Music | https://soundcloud.com/pycmusicMusic promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comAttribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-ND 3.0)https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/3.0/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ep.24 - Mark Noble or Zlatan Ibrahimovic? & How to improve penalty shootouts?
Football Outside the Box Podcast
Join us as the hosts reflect on the career of Mr. West Ham Mark Noble and the comparison to the career of Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The hosts also react to the FA cup final that saw Liverpool top Chelsea once again in a penalty shootout. Is there a better way to determine a winner in a cup final? Let us know your thoughts in our Facebook group! If there are any outside the box topics you would like to see discussed on the podcast, please let us know the topics in our Facebook group as well! Don't forget to like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/fotbpod
West Ham bid farwell to Hammers legend Mark Noble this weekend in an emotional day at London Stadium. Will Pugh and James Jones are back to discuss it as well as looking back to the Europa League defeat at Eintracht Frankfurt and the win at Norwich. The lads make their Betway charity bets after Jonesy finally lands a winner! Ste Tudor joins for the Manchester City opposition view. And the boys look back to West Ham Women's' last game of the season against Arsenal as well as discussing Paul Konchesky replacing Olli Harder. Come on you Irons. You can follow the podcast here: Twitter: @We Are_West Ham. Facebook: We Are West Ham podcast. Instagram: @WeAreWestHamPod The lads can be found @WilliamPugh_ and @ByJamesJones. WATCH the show and subscribe to We Are West Ham’s YouTube channel HERE. You can buy us a beer and support the podcast at buymeacoffee.com/wearewestham. Do SUBSCRIBE, RATE, SHARE and REVIEW the pod and tell your friends about us. You can find this podcast and keep up with all the latest West Ham news, podcasts and West Ham videos on West Ham 365. #COYI #WHUFC #WAWH #WEAREWESTHAM Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The West Ham Hour Episode 24 - Our Farewell to Mark Noble
The West Ham Hour
The time has finally come everyone. It's been a long season but this week we say our final goodbyes to Mr West Ham himself, Mark Noble. Join hosts Charlie and Riley as they look back at our crushing defeat to Frankfurt in the Semi Final, our thumping victory over Norwich and finally they give their offical Top 16 Mark Noble Moments in honour of the legend ahead of his retirement game when we take on Manchester City this weekend.
275: A Spectacular Advance, Featuring Professor Mark Noble!
Feeling Good Podcast | TEAM-CBT - The New Mood Therapy
Hi everyone! This special podcast features one of our favorite people, Professor Mark Noble from the University of Rochester in New York. Professor Noble is a world-renowned neuroscientist and cancer researcher, one of the pioneers in stem cell research, and all-around good guy. He contributed a brilliant chapter on how TEAM-CBT interacts with the brain for my book, Feeling Great. For the past two years he has been a very beloved member of the Wednesday TEAM-CBT Training group, adding his wisdom and clarity to the teachings. Rhonda and my co-teachers, Leigh Harrington and Richard Lam, and all of our students feel very honored to have him in our midst. This is our third podcast with Dr. Noble, and the first podcast to usher in the new year. We’re excited to speak with him again today. He will update us on his latest thinking on how the molecular biology of stress and learning are totally consistent with the rapid mood changes we see in TEAM-CBT. He also describes his latest writing project, tentatively entitled, The Brain User’s Guide to TEAM-CBT, and you can download it for FREE if you click here! (LINK) In this booklet Professor Noble presents the “brainological perspective” on TEAM-CBT. He emphasizes that this booklet is written at the 9th grade level so as not to intimidate anyone. If you’re curious, take a look, and feel free to share it with others who might be interested. Professor Noble explains that his new booklet was inspired by patients who ask how TEAM differs from traditional (aka “normal”) talk therapy. Of course, the differences are many and profound, but one of the questions new patients and therapists ask is whether the rapid recoveries we observe during TEAM-CBT treatment are just superficial and temporary, or even fake. Mark asserts that nothing could be further from the truth, and that the thing that makes TEAM-CBT so special is how closely it is aligned with how the human brain actually works. He explains that there are ten essential steps in TEAM, starting with Empathy. He defines Empathy as “being in a safe place, where you can share feelings without being judged.” Empathy allows the patient to access the networks in the brain where the patient’s pain may be stored as memories. The spoken and written language exercises used in TEAM actively and rapidly modify the networks that generate the feelings of depression, anxiety, shame, inadequacy and hopelessness. Dr. Noble places a great importance on the written Daily Mood Log, which he describes as arguably the “greatest development in the history of psychology.” He says that when you describe the horrible and traumatic things that happened to you, and you record your Negative Thoughts on paper in a systematic, step-by-step way, you can look at your thoughts, feelings, and painful memories as separate from your “self” and gain some distance from them. Then, when you pinpoint the many cognitive distortions in your negative thoughts, and substitute more realistic interpretations, you gain freedom and relief because you are actually re-wiring your brain. He said that most of our human thinking is called Fast Thinking. This is the automatic thinking that we do 98% of the time as we go through our daily lives. Fast thinking is great, but growth, learning and change can only result from Slow Thinking, where we reflect and analyze things. Slow thinking takes concentration and effort because you are changing actual networks in your brain when you challenge and crush your negative thoughts with powerful techniques like the Externalization of Voices. He says that we are not just telling people to “Stop it!” or “Get over it!” Quite to the contrary, we are teaching specific, powerful techniques that give you the chance to pinpoint and modify the exact brain networks that cause your negative feelings. He explains that “language is a powerful tool for figuring out exactly how we see the world when we’re feeling down, and TEAM gives us many tools in TEAM to modify the errors in our perceptions that cause so much suffering. Mark laments on the excessive misuse of medications for individuals, including children, who are struggling with behavioral and emotional problems. He wishes more people would simply sit down with the person who is upset and ask, “What’s going on? How are you feeling? What are you thinking and telling yourself?” I have had the same thought when thinking about how therapists not familiar with TEAM or Cognitive Therapy use and promote dozens of presumably therapeutic approaches without simply asking patients, “What thoughts go through your mind when you are feeling depressed, anxious, ashamed, inadequate, or hopeless?” The answers to this question provide direct and immediate access to the brain networks that need re-wiring! Mark concludes today’s podcast by saying, “I went into medical research on cancer and other serious problems because I wanted to help people who are suffering. I’m convinced that TEAM-CBT, and the powerful Daily Mood Log that David has developed, have the potential to help millions of people around the world!” Rhonda and I are grateful for Mark’s ongoing friendship and brilliance and want to wish all of you a happy and healthy 2022! We are both very grateful for your support during the past year and hope you will continue to mention our podcast to friends or colleagues who might be interested in learning about TEAM-CBT. We look forward to celebrating the five millionth download of the Feeling Good Podcast around July! Thank you! Rhonda and David
Mark Noble: Understanding Accessibility in Technology Part 2
Today's Top Leaders
Mark Noble returns to share his best advice for emerging leaders looking to stand out in the applicant pool. Listen in as Jen and Mark discuss the importance of having an opinion on leadership topics, finding a workplace culture that’s a good fit for you, and why successful leaders are shifting away from a “gig” mentality. Mark Noble is a visionary Engineering Manager with a passion for seeking out productivity gains with new technologies and leading cultural change. Mark started his career building the very first websites for major household brands like Frigidaire and Dirt Devil before advancing to become an International Webmaster for Mettler-Toledo, a global leader in precision instruments. Later, Mark led the web initiatives for the nation's largest online K-12 charter school with an enrollment over 10,000 students years before COVID drove other schools to explore online learning. Mark now works remotely with a team delivering disruptive innovations in the marketing data space. Do you have a technology leader that has made a difference in your career? Nominate them to be a guest on the show at www.todaystopleaders.com and be sure to subscribe, rate, and review this podcast so we can continue to share these leadership stories with the technology community. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mark Noble: Understanding Accessibility in Technology Part 1
Today's Top Leaders
Mark Noble shares key lessons the pandemic has taught us about technology and how we use it. Listen in as Jen and Mark discuss the importance for leaders to look at old technology in new ways, the rising standards of accessibility, and how leaders can create deeper connections with their customers by understanding their needs. Mark Noble is a visionary Engineering Manager with a passion for seeking out productivity gains with new technologies and leading cultural change. Mark started his career building the very first websites for major household brands like Frigidaire and Dirt Devil before advancing to become an International Webmaster for Mettler-Toledo, a global leader in precision instruments. Later, Mark led the web initiatives for the nation's largest online K-12 charter school with an enrollment over 10,000 students years before COVID drove other schools to explore online learning. Mark now works remotely with a team delivering disruptive innovations in the marketing data space. Do you have a technology leader that has made a difference in your career? Nominate them to be a guest on the show at www.todaystopleaders.com and be sure to subscribe, rate, and review this podcast so we can continue to share these leadership stories with the technology community. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We are pleased to announce our newest session of The Library is Open Podcast! This session features an interview with Mark Noble, Aspen Discovery Team Lead at ByWater Solutions. Mark and Jessie talk about the future of open-source discovery, the global community and what’s on the roadmap for Aspen Discovery in this episode!About Mark NobleMark graduated with a degree in Architectural Engineering, but moved immediately into software development. More than half his career has been spent building software for libraries with the majority of the time spent working on Discovery software. He enjoys creating innovative new functionality to make library software work better for patrons and staff. In his spare time, Mark enjoys being outdoors running and hiking, traveling, and hanging out with his kids.About Aspen DiscoveryAspen is a full-featured Discovery System that integrates with e-content and other 3rd party providers, giving your patrons comprehensive access to all of your materials in one place. Aspen combines your library catalog with e-content, digital archives and enrichment from all major third-party providers, improves relevancy and ease of use, provides native reading recommendations, displays all formats of titles within one result (FRBR) and much more. Aspen was created to give users an improved experience over other Discovery systems with less of an impact on library budgets.Learn more about Aspen Discovery.