Representative Image (Reuters) India beat Sri Lanka by 41 runs in their opening match of the women’s T20 Asia Cup here on Saturday. Invited to bat, India posted 150 for six, riding on Jemmiah Rodrigues’ 53-ball 76. In reply, Sri Lanka were all out for 109 in 18.2 overs with Dayalan Hemalatha (3/15), Pooja Vastrakar (2/12), Deepti Sharma (2/15) and Radha Yadav (1/15) taking wickets. Brief Score: India women: 150 for six in 20 overs (Jemimah Rodrigues 76; O Ranasinghe 3/32) Sri Lanka women: 109 all out in 18.2 overs (Hasini Perera 30; Dayalan Hemalatha 3/15, Pooja Vastrakar 2/12). Close … [Read more...] about India beat Sri Lanka by 41 runs in women’s Asia Cup
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Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Audiences get the performances they deserve. Those paying less attention get less attentive performers. Those listening quietly allow performers to do what they set out to do. Those that engage in the highest quality listening and appreciation inspire the highest quality performances and develop the highest quality relationships. At an early moment in the most recent HATCH event, singer/songwriter Paul Durham gave an impassioned plea to the assembled group: As a musician, I’d like to ask for quiet during musicians’ performances. We should treat musicians with at least the same respect with which we treat speakers – maybe even more, since the musicians are pouring their hearts and souls into their music. And sure enough, later that evening we saw exactly what he was talking about when a handful of musicians came together to deliver an epic music set that reached into the audience’s hearts and souls and made people … [Read more...] about Why Audiences Get The Performances They Deserve
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin "People sometimes ask me why we should devote so much time and energy to studying things which seemingly have no immediate practical applications. The answer, in my view, is curiosity. I strongly believe that scientific progress overall is driven by curiosity." Those words were shared with me by Dr. Reinhard Genzel , a Director at the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics and winner of the 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics for discovering a supermassive compact object (aka a black hole) at the center of our galaxy. You're obviously familiar with lasers. With uses that include barcode readers, laser surgery, optical storage, LiDAR, holographic imaging, and a seemingly endless list of modern-day applications, it's hard to imagine a world without lasers (or a business presentation without a laser pointer). Yet when Dr. Genzel's mentor, Dr. Charles Townes , won the Nobel Prize in 1964 for his research that would become … [Read more...] about Let Curiosity Drive Your Innovations And You’ll Be Shocked By What Happens Next
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin While virtual meetings were viewed a nice alternative for most teams just a few weeks ago, they’re now a necessity in our new coronavirus induced remote work environment. For many this means days filled with back to back virtual meetings and conference calls. Unfortunately, when these sessions are poorly run, they don’t just waste a lot of precious time, the inefficiencies can also impact bottom line results. As a facilitation expert, I’ve not only led more meetings than I care to count, but I’ve also taught facilitation skills for nearly two decades and along the way I’ve learned the really common problems teams encounter when meeting virtually. Here are my top five along with recommendations on how you can minimize them. Problem #1 – Rambling Discussion Everyone knows the price we all pay when someone starts rambling during the conference call or virtual meeting. They’re going on and on – maybe they’re venting about … [Read more...] about How To Combat Rambling Discussion, Distracted Participants And Other Virtual Meeting Landmines
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Most of us have our favorite taco at our go-to local spot. However, branching out can be exciting and delicious. If you are looking to try something special for National Taco Day, these unique tacos across the nation are a great place to start. Caviar Taco At Petrossian Bar inside Bellagio Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Caviar Tacos take center stage. These tacos feature a thin and crispy potato shell filled with layered flavors of Hamachi, lemon, chives and olive oil and then topped with Daurenkie caviar. "Petrossian Bar at Bellagio has a long tradition, and been heralded, as an iconic and premier caviar destination. We wanted to take our world-renowned offerings and infuse them with creativity to make caviar more approachable to a wider audience. Even the biggest caviar skeptic can’t help but be intrigued by the crispy potato shell filled with flavors of Hamachi, lemon, chives and a dollop of Daurenkie caviar. We … [Read more...] about 27 Unique Ways To Celebrate National Taco Day
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin I’ve spent the last few weeks playing what is essentially another full playthrough of Cyberpunk 2077. A long time ago, I left one of my PC Vs, an experimental build that was going to be focused on going in guns blazing, stuck at level 15 or so. My goal was to come back to her later once the game had been more fixed and patched with QoL changes added. Now with the game’s recent resurgence, I figured this was as good a time as any to return to her, and 30 hours and 35 more levels later, I have a maxed V who needs to go meet Hanako at Embers. Previously, I’ve written up compilations of patch notes with the laundry lists of changes that have been made to the game in the last two years, but actually playing through it is a different story. Here’s what I’ve actually noticed has changed since my first playthroughs. And it’s a good amount. Performance, Stability, Bugs – While I didn’t encounter any bugs that fully broke my … [Read more...] about ‘Cyberpunk 2077’ Re-Review: Two Years Later, What’s Changed?