However, the night didn’t end there, as Aqueous’ then continued their night by zipping over to The Sinclair, where moe. was winding down their four-night stand in Cambridge. Guitarist Al Schnier had the idea for members of Aqueous to emerge on the band’s instruments for the encore to surprise the audience. Aqueous obliged, with Mike Gantzer on Chuck’s guitar, Evan McPhaden on a Rob’s bass, Dave Loss on Al’s guitar, and Rob Houk on Vinnie’s drums, to kick off moe.’s Saturday night encore. Aqueous played an improvisational jam before closing with hints of an Aqueous original, “Random Company,” before switching back with the moe. members who closed out with “Comfortably Numb” cover by Pink Floyd. You can also take a listen to the moe. show below, courtesy of taper tgakidis.[Cover photo: Capacity Images]Setlist: moe. | The Sinclair | Cambridge, MA | 4/08/17I: Zed Naught Z > Same Old Story > Bring You Down, Chromatic Nightmare#, Captain America, Montego, Where Does The Time Go? > WaterII: Kids > Lazarus, Letter Home > Faker > Same Old Story > Zed Naught Z, Gone > Deep This TimeIII: Skrunk > Kids, banter, Buster, Angel, St. Augustine > Same Old Story, crowd, al.nnouncementsE: Aqueous band swap, banter/crowd, Comfortably Numb# w/ Water Intro Fake Out On April 8th, Aqueous and Dopapod hit the Paradise Rock Club in Boston, Massachusetts, continuing their tour of the smokin’ of the Northeast. Aqueous kicked off the night, and during their five-song set, they invited a special guest out to share the stage with them. For their fourth song, following “Skyway,” which jammed into through “Halfway In, Halfway Out,” the band invited their friend, Dopapod’s drummer Neal “Fro” Evans, to join them on a heavy cover of Queens of the Stone Age “No One Knows.” You can check out a video of this special sit-in via MK Devo below, who caught the cover in all its glory and just released pro-shot multi-cam footage from the night.
Jim James has announced a unique, career-spanning solo acoustic concert tour, for this upcoming fall. The tour will begin November 2 at Los Angeles, CA’s Cathedral Sanctuary before visiting historic theatres and performing arts centers across the United States, culminating with a November 21 homecoming show at Louisville, KY’s Louisville Palace. With My Morning Jacket off the road in 2018, James is keeping creatively busy with the release and promotion of his upcoming solo album.The newly added tour dates will see the MMJ frontman–accompanied by longtime touring drummer David Givan–perform a career-encompassing repertoire including songs from his upcoming solo new album, Uniform Distortion, due to arrive everywhere on Friday, June 29th via ATO. Special guest Alynda Segarra from Hurray for the Riff Raff will serve as opening support for all the upcoming fall dates.“I am looking forward to exploring all sorts of songs stripped down as they first occurred in their natural habitat — just voice and guitar. Although I have played many shows by myself, this will be my first tour of this style and I am excited to see everyone out on the open road,” says James in a press release.One dollar per ticket purchased will go to The Waterfall Project, whose beneficiaries will be United for A Fair Economy and National Bail Fund Network. Tickets for all newly announced dates will go on sale Friday, June 22th. For complete details, head to Jim James’ website.In addition, James’ upcoming live schedule includes a one-night-only double bill supporting Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters at Berkeley, CA’s Greek Theatre Berkeley on June 21st as well as a sold-out full-band performance at Los Angeles’ intimate Pico Union celebrating the release of Uniform Distortion, slated for July 18th. See below for a list of tour dates and head to James’ website for more information.Presale starts tomorrow, 6/19 at 10am local venue time. Public on-sale starts Friday 6/22 at 10am local venue time. (Note: Port Chester, NY and Louisville, KY public on-sale begin at 12pm local venue time.)JIM JAMES // 2018 TOURJUNE21 – Berkeley, CA – Greek Theatre Berkeley *JULY18 – Los Angeles, CA – Pico Union SOLD OUTNOVEMBER2 – Los Angeles, CA – Cathedral Sanctuary3 – Oakland, CA – Fox Theatre5 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Commonwealth Room6 – Denver, CO – Paramount Theatre8 – Milwaukee, WI – The Pabst Theater9 – Chicago, IL – The Vic10 – Cleveland, OH – The Agora Theatre13 – New York, NY – Town Hall14 – Port Chester, NY – Capitol Theatre16 – Boston, MA – Shubert Theatre17 – Washington, DC – Lincoln Theatre19 – Atlanta, GA – The Tabernacle20 – Nashville, TN – Schermerhorn Symphony Center21 – Louisville, KY – The Louisville Palacew/Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters
There is a mentoring gap in business today. This gap was highlighted in a Stanford University study cited by the Institute of Organization Development that found: “Another critical area of development for CEOs was mentoring skills––developing internal talent.”Another critical area? This just may be your most important role a leader––mentoring, teaching and developing the talents and skills of the people you serve. The problem is not isolated to CEOs. Leaders at every level are either hesitant to mentor and develop the people under them, or they don’t know how. The flip side is that aspiring leaders are too often hesitant to ask for help or seek out a mentor––or they don’t know how!Let’s start at the top …Why are some leaders so miserly about mentoring? Sometimes it’s about fear.Surveys and studies show that people are very often hesitant to mentor and train someone who might in fact replace them. This attitude has a crippling effect on the growth and development of the organization as well as the growth of each individual. Power is your ability to act and perform effectively. As a leader, your power only expands through sharing. If you want to build a powerful organization, you’ve got to develop powerful people and this means mentoring––developing the talents, skills and potential of the people you serve.Now let’s look from the bottom up …Why might an aspiring leader hesitate to ask for help? Once again––fear.When you’re moving up the ladder, you don’t want to appear weak or incompetent. You don’t want your supervisors to think you can’t handle your business.Remember that the people you look up to had help along the way too. The best leaders were those people who sought out the help, advice and mentorship of others successful in their domain.Look behind a great leader and you’ll find a strong relationship with a mentor. Back to the top …There is nothing more inspiring to your followers than your commitment to helping them become more powerful.The most effective Sensei is one who measures his success when others surpass his skills. This attitude serves business leaders just as well. As a Sensei, my job is to develop the people I serve to their greatest potential. Sometimes, hopefully, that means training them to be better than me.When my student surpasses my skills, that’s not a threat! That’s my job!Some years ago I noticed something very interesting happening. I never asked for it––this just happened organically––Before my students became Black Belts, they addressed me as “Sensei.” As they achieved Black Belt, and later, as I recognized some of them for equaling or even surpassing my abilities and skills, these students started calling me “Master.”As I elevated the student––the student elevated me. As the student excels, my role can shift from simply teaching technique to mentoring and coaching that student to even higher levels of performance. This mindset works just as well in business!If you want to grow and develop as a leader and if you want to find new, exciting and ever expanding ways to apply your own developing talents and abilities, you must mentor and develop people to assume some of the roles and duties you have today. As you elevate the people you serve––they elevate you.That’s how you build a powerful organization! 139SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Jim Bouchard “THE SENSEI LEADER is not just another leadership development program. It is a movement.”Our programs support this movement and help us fulfill our vision and mission… Vision: To promote … Web: TheSenseiLeader.com Details
After opening on Tuesday, Jakarta’s makeshift emergency hospital for COVID-19 has so far received 208 patients, according to the hospital head.The hospital, which has the capacity to treat 3,000 people, utilizes four out 10 towers of the Kemayoran athletes village in Central Jakarta. Two towers are currently being used to treat patients.Jakarta Military commander and hospital head Maj. Gen. Eko Margiyono said the hospital would not accept patients younger than 15 years old. The facility also prioritizes COVID-19 patients, elderly suspects and suspects with mild to moderate breathing problems.However, he said patients with severe and worsening symptoms would be referred to another hospital. Read also: COVID-19: Ministry studies plan to use hotels as accommodation for medical staff“There were some patients who came here and [we] referred [them] to other referral hospitals later because [their initial] examinations showed severe symptoms,” Eko said at a press conference on Thursday.“Patients who have mild symptoms but carry other complications would also be referred to other hospitals because the [makeshift] hospital is not designed to handle other diseases,” Eko added.He explained that patients who wanted to be examined at the hospital could come and register themselves. Alternatively, patients who cannot go to the hospital by themselves can also call the COVID-19 hotline on 199, where they can request a transfer service to the hospital.“The other way is by referral. Private hospitals that are no longer able to accommodate patients can refer some of them to our hospital, but we hope that there is an initial examination so that when we receive the patients, we already have preliminary data,” Eko said.Read also: COVID-19: Ministry to develop temporary hospitals in several regionsAs of Wednesday, Indonesia had recorded 790 cases of COVID-19 with 58 fatalities and 31 recoveries. Jakarta has the large majority of the cases with 463, including 31 in the region who have died and 23 who have recovered.The makeshift hospital uses the former athletes village, which was used during the 2018 Asian Games.The makeshift facility is aimed at increasing the capital’s healthcare capability, as Jakarta’s regional leaders communication forum (Frokompimda DKI Jakarta) estimated that, in a worst-case scenario, as many as 8000 people in the capital city would be infected by the coronavirus.Since it was opened on Tuesday, patients from Greater Jakarta have been lining up for examination at the makeshift COVID-19 hospital, but Eko said the hospital even received patients from outside the region. “The hospital was originally designed to accommodate patients in Greater Jakarta, but in reality, on the first day, there were patients who came from Surabaya and Semarang. But still, we accepted them,” he added. (mfp)Topics :