Some call them “soft skills.” I call them “hard AF skills,” because they transcend all roles and should be the center of all our talent development efforts. That's why I got excited to hear my guest today call them “core skills,” which brings so much light to the importance of our work. Johnny Campbell is Co-Founder and CEO of SocialTalent, the world's most popular e-learning platform dedicated to hiring and talent management. Their industry-leading content enables organizations to find and hire top talent, engage and retain their teams, and build diverse, inclusive workplaces. In this episode we discuss talent development across the three big HR verticals: hiring, onboarding, and development. Leaders have a transformative role at each stage of the employee lifecycle and Johnny lays out some practical steps to take to improve career mobility, development, and upskilling. “Our goal is simple – we enable companies and teams with the skills and training to hire, onboard, engage, develop and retain great talent. With expert-led training content for every stage of the employee lifecycle, we empower you to attract, find and hire top talent and create engaging, inclusive workplaces where your teams can thrive.” Thanks, Johnny, for your time today and we can wait to catch up with you on another episode. Connect with Johnny: https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnnycampbell/ SocialTalent: https://www.socialtalent.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/socialresponsibilityatwork/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/socialresponsibilityatwork/support
UnStuck Yourself with Crystal Simmons
What happens when you're taught to "Fit In" or "Be submissive?" Crystal speaks with Daphnee Duret, Haitian born and Florida grown Sommelier, sharing aspects of her journey of being dope AF, traveling the world and working in the hottest restaurants in Miami, New Orleans and now in Richmond with the Lindsey Food Group + Rich Wines. The "Think Tank" moment allows Daphnee to purposefully ponder the question Crystal asked, "How can I show my excitement to be me?" For more clarity, check out www.CrystalClearPurposes.com [ ] Increase your AWARENESS with one small step --->>> https://app.acuityscheduling.com/catalog.php?owner=22935311&action=addCart&clear=1&id=1329319 [ ] Masterful, Melodic Music Production by: @evthehealer on IG https://instagram.com/evthehealer?utm_medium=copy_link [ ] Phenomenal Podcast Editing by: 4 Sight Media LLC https://instagram.com/mike_boogi3?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= ☆ Tell 'em Crystal sent ya! ☆ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crystal-simmons2/support
This could and SHOULD be you!✨Our retreat women shared their experiences and afterthoughts with us — we're emotional, to say the least,
Constantly losing things? Unfortunately. Always thinking someone is either mad at or obsessed with us? Most likely. Thinking that money is no object at the airport? Guilty. In this episode, we're exposing all of our toxic traits and share some top offenders submitted by listeners. In summary, we're all toxic AF, but to be honest, we have no desire to change our toxic traits. It's fun to laugh at ourselves, so let's accept them and keep doing what we're doing, okay? Plus, Kristina shares some exciting family news and updates us on if she is planning on moving to the east coast. Raeann gives Kristina reasons why moving to NYC could have a positive impact on her career, shares an update about how she's thriving in the city, and we talk about our current obscure Tik Tok holes. “Another really bad toxic trade of mine is how often I lose things.” - Kristina “My top toxic trait is thinking everyone's in love with me.” - Raeann We also talk about: Kristina's exciting family update! Why Raeann's thriving in NYC How rude it is that our partners can't read our minds Zillow-ing our friend's homes Returns are the worst People whose phone is constantly dead or dying Always needing a treat when we leave the house Bad Bunny and Kendall Jenner How long it takes us to get ready Kristina: “This is someone's toxic trait in his mind as well: My phone is always about to die.” Raeann: “That is a toxic trait about people that really annoys me. How was your phone always dying? Do you not have a charger? This is 2023.” New podcast episodes of Confident Collective drop every Tuesday. Thank you to our sponsors: Boll and branch: Get 15% off your first set of sheets when you use promo code TCC at bollandbranch.com. GreenChef: Go to GreenChef.com/TCC60 and use the code TCC60 to get 60% off plus free shipping. Modern Fertility: Get $20 off your fertility test when you go to ModernFertility.com/TCC Athletic Greens: If you're looking for an easier way to take supplements, Athletic Greens is giving you a FREE 1-year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 free travel packs with your first purchase. Go to athleticgreens.com/cc. Resources: 66. Find Your Life's Direction with Astrogeography 60. How Human Design Helps Us Honor Our Differences with Erin Claire Jones Returnmates Follow us on Instagram: @confidentcollective Follow the Hosts/Founders: @kristinazias & @raeannlangas Learn more: https://www.theconfidentcollective.com/ Stay in the know with our newsletter!
Big news Sparkly listeners! Since starting the pod, we've released 70 episodes dedicated to helping new business owners DIY their marketing and branding. Now we're heading in an exciting new direction… We want to help you take your business to the next level. So, if you're a coach, creative, or thought leader who isn't afraid to sparkle and stand out, we've got a whole bunch of amazing content coming your way. Today's episode is all about how you can position yourself to attract those DREAMY AF clients your business actually needs. Key points in this episode… Meg gets positive feedback from her client. Lauren tries out her standing desk. New direction for our podcast. Lauren's idea of dreamy clients. Meg's dream clients. How to attract dreamy clients. Craft your marketing with your ideal client in mind. Share behind-the-scenes and relatable content. Set up an intake process for new clients. Get on an intro call. Put together a project scope, pricing and timeline. Create the contract. Begin the onboarding process. Meg's refined process. Lessons Lauren has learnt on attracting dreamy clients. Other ways to attract dreamy AF clients. Know and understand your ideal clients. Make sure your branding appeals to your clients. Show up where your clients are spending their time. Ensure consistent messaging. Know your value and price accordingly. Ask for referrals. Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave us a 5-star rating! Ratings & reviews will help this podcast grow so we can make the world a little more Sparkly! LET'S CONNECT Is there a topic you'd like us to cover in an upcoming episode? Are you a business owner who wants to join us on the podcast to share your story? Send us an email at email@example.com to get in touch. Find Lauren at laurentassiagency.com or on Instagram Connect with Megan at megangersch.com, on TikTok, and Instagram
In today's episode, you'll learn 2 body based practices to support those of you who feel like you need to be doing and going all the time... Frantic & Anxious Energy >>> More Critical, Judgy, Limiting Thought Patterns More Grounded, Safe Energy In the Body >>> More Compassionate, Growth Minded Thought Patterns The more we can start soothing our nervous systems, slowing down, creating safety in our bodies, the more we can really be present in our lives, which in turn allows us to start standing in our enough-ness. The more we can slow down and create safety in our nervous system, the more we can start spending time acknowledging our strengths, our gifts, our callings... Being in fight/flight energy can really keep us from accessing and waking up to this knowing of being enough just as you are, right here and right now. CONNECT // Join our FB Community Connect on IG COACHING // WAKE UP TO YOUR WORTH INTENSIVE⚡️Save your spot in Wake Up To Your Worth & get Pre Sale Pricing (save $44) when you join by 3/18!⚡️ BLOOM (8 weeks of stepping into knowing you are enough & growing your confidence) + (FREE ACCESS TO WAKE UP TO YOUR WORTH INTENSIVE): If you sign up for BLOOM my signature group coaching program before 3/18 you will get FREE access to our upcoming 1 week intensive! Save your spot for BLOOM HERE! THERAPY // Learn more about therapy with Devoney! (for California residents only) SUPPORT THE PODCAST // Treat Devoney to an Iced Oat Milk Latte! ABOUT // Devoney is a therapist, life coach and hosts the Free & Well Podcast. She is obsessed with empowering & equipping women with simple, practical psychology AND spirituality based tools to start knowing they are enough & feeling more confident. She's here to help you stop second guessing yourself & being so hard on yourself so you can start being kinder to yourself, setting boundaries & feeling confident AF. DISCLAIMERS // Recommendations shared in this episode are based on my own personal opinion. No content provided by Free & Well and/or on this show is a substitute for medical or mental health treatment. It is all purely for educational purposes and is not a replacement for medical, legal, or mental health advice. Please call 911 if you are in an emergency, the Access & Crisis Line if you are in a crisis at 888-724-7240 or contact a licensed mental health provider for mental health support. See full disclaimer here. www.devoneytaylor.com/disclaimer
In this episode of "Becoming Her", we get real AF and focus on Healing the Wounded Masculine, and masculine habits to quit to amplify, and embody your personal magnetism. We delve deep into the root causes of toxic masculinity, and how it can manifest in our lives, relationships, and society as a whole. We discuss the impact of modern psychological conditioning on women, and how it affects our emotional expression, lives, and wellbeing. Let's talk about it xoxo Newsletter + 1:1 Coaching : Subscribe To FemmeElixir Get in touch: Email
Emily Paulson's second book, Hey Hun: Sales, Sisterhood, Supremacy, and other Lies Behind Multi-Level Marketing (Row House, May 30, 2023) is the eye-opening, funny, and dangerous personal story of author Emily Lynn Paulson rising to the top of the pyramid in the multilevel marketing (MLM) world, only to recognize that its culture and business practices went beyond a trendy marketing scheme and into the heart of white supremacy in America. In this episode of the Write the Damn Book Already podcast, we discussed several aspects of her book writing process as well as her journey to the top of (and then exit from) the MLM she participated in. INTERVIEW HIGHLIGHTS The basis for the title Hey, hun (because we're all fascinated with titles and where they are settled on!) What compelled Emily to write this (her second) book, and how she got clear on the book's core message The benefits of considering your reader's frame of mind AS YOU'RE WRITING in order to compassionately speak to where they are while taking them toward a new perspective Emily's ultimate goal for the book (the hoped-for benefits for herself AND her readers) Her book-writing process (hint: it starts with a journal!) How she chose which stories to include and which to remove The way she included stories about other people's involvement in her story without outright naming them The hardest part of the writing process (her “messy middle”) and how she worked through some topics her publisher wanted her to write about that initially felt real uncomfortable Handing other people's disappointment and how she's made peace/prepared for what may come when the book is released How Emily discerns the boundary between "leaning into discomfort" and "This is wrong for me." CONNECT WITH EMILY EmilyLynnPaulson.com https://www.instagram.com/emilylynnpaulson/ Order Hey Hun: Sales, Sisterhood, Supremacy, and other Lies Behind Multi-Level Marketin g Order Highlight Reel: Finding Honesty & Recovery Beyond the Filtered Life *** Are you ready to get your nonfiction book or memoir "outlined AF"? Get access to the replay of my incredible 3-day workshop that will help you: Understand the 5 critical components of books that sell again and again Clarify your core message Create an epic book skeleton (for nonfiction or memoir) with my amazing outlining template CLICK RIGHT HERE FOR ACCESS >>
The Alcohol Free Vibes Podcast
In this week's episode, I talk to Sober and SoulFULL graduate: Dawn about how she let go of FOMO and stepped into her authenticity whilst doing Sober and SoulFULL. She talks about her experiences with alcohol before the course and dishes the dirt on some of the shifts that happened and are still happening for her. If you would like to sign up to the next round of Sober and SoulFULL then please click the link below for more details and to sign up: https://coachingbyanneka.co.uk/sign-up-for-an-immersive-6-week-course/?_gl=1*1ahpwrv*_ga*MjA2NDk5ODQ3My4xNjc4NjQ0MDcy*_up*MQ.. Or if you would like to book a Discovery Call to discuss my One to One Coaching and Mentoring Packages, please click the below link OR just send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org https://coachingbyanneka.co.uk/coaching/?_gl=1*uq2ply*_ga*MjA2NDk5ODQ3My4xNjc4NjQ0MDcy*_up*MQ.. Follow me on TikTok: @coachingbyanneka_official Follow me on Insta: @coachingbyanneka Check out my FULL offer suite with both FREE and PAID offerings on my Stanstore: (includes 30 day AF challenge, Custom subliminals, free masterclass and more) https://stan.store/Coachingbyanneka If you would like to order The Alcohol Free Vibes Journal from Amazon, please head on over to Amazon and you will find it listed under that name!
Tom and Ariana broke up. The BravoVerse, mainstream media and world seem to want to talk about nothing else but this breakup twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. Although we do not necessarily agree with that sentiment, Kim D. helps us break down all the events which led up to this break up, Tom and Raquel's recent “formal” statements, the reaction of Vanderpump cast members, Andy Cohen and LVP, the “revenge porn” ban, cease and desist letters, retraining orders and last, but certainly not least, what this means for the future of VPR and true possibility of past cast members Jax, Stassi and or Kristen returning - yes rumors are Kristen is in talks. Moving on, Kim breaks down this week's episode, shares her updated thoughts on newbies Cabral and Fuda, has a message for Marge involving Siggy and names her MVP and Messy Boots of this week's RHONJ. Finally, as part of her ReWife, thank you Bethenny Frankel, Kim breaks down Season Two, Episode One. Seeing as this episode is her official RHONJ premiere, we have a lot to say to Miss D. whose freshman appearance was shady AF and in true Rope fashion, we have no problem calling out our regular Sat Dutchess for all of her messiness. Full Episode At: https://www.patreon.com/posts/79745239/edit @kimdposche @behindveletrope @davidyontef Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Put Yourself First Podcast | Self Care | Personal Growth | Goal Setting | Inspirational Interviews
A raw, real and juicy AF peek behind the curtain of my feminine energy activation, healing and awakening! We're digging into why working with my feminine energy helped me to: Heal my relationship with the masculine (and men) Remember who the f*ck I am! Own my sexuality, sensuality, sassy AF energy and the parts of me I'd hidden and suppressed Level up my health, wellbeing and self care practice Supercharge my business and community & so much more
Talking about my sore AF calves from my trail run last Sunday made me realize how many women believe soreness = success in the fitness realm. I'm here to tell you, it's NOT. Listen in as I tell you why soreness isn't a bade of honor.
¡Hola! Alycia jet-set to Puerto Rico, so Josie and Yasmine asked bestie Austin Crute to address some of the week's hottest topics: Republicans being transphobic AF at CPAC, the Victoria's Secret Fashion Week coming back, the Oscars approaching this weekend (ft. an incredible Jamie Lee Curtis impression), and more.Show NotesHuman Rights Campaign: Extremists at CPAC Laid Bare Hatred at Root of Vile Legislation Targeting Trans PeopleLow Country (HBO Murdaugh Docuseries)ACE NaturalsChamiah Dewey FashionDo The Milan Catwalks Prove That There's Still A Fetishisation Of Thin In The Fashion Industry? (Grazia)
CONNECT // Join our FB Community Connect on IG COACHING // ⚡️Save your spot in Wake Up To Your Worth & get Pre Sale Pricing (save $44) when you join by 3/18!⚡️ THERAPY // Learn more about therapy with Devoney! (for California residents only) SUPPORT THE PODCAST // Buy Dev a Coffee ABOUT // Devoney is a therapist, life coach and hosts the Free & Well Podcast. She is obsessed with empowering & equipping women with simple, practical psychology AND spirituality based tools to start knowing they are enough & feeling more confident. She's here to help you stop second guessing yourself & being so hard on yourself so you can start being kinder to yourself, setting boundaries & feeling confident AF. DISCLAIMERS // Recommendations shared in this episode are based on my own personal opinion. No content provided by Free & Well and/or on this show is a substitute for medical or mental health treatment. It is all purely for educational purposes and is not a replacement for medical, legal, or mental health advice. Please call 911 if you are in an emergency, the Access & Crisis Line if you are in a crisis at 888-724-7240 or contact a licensed mental health provider for mental health support. See full disclaimer here. www.devoneytaylor.com/disclaimer
Today's episode features SB Gamble. He's a videographer, director, and screenwriter who loves telling person stories. His films often explore the complex nature of relationships, and he believes that filmmaking can bridge the gaps between people and help to promote healing. He is passionate about capturing the beauty of the world around him on film. SB has participated in many film festivals over the country and looks forward to continuing his work as a filmmaker. Connect with SB! Good Fight Films - www.goodfightfilms.com Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/sbgamble In this episode, you'll hear... Some of the different types of directorial approaches The importance of shared core values, dispite the different approaches The qualities of a good leader Why he shifted from writing to directing The traumatic situation that happened at his work place - which shifted his view on what he was doing with his life The moment he truly felt like a filmmaker How hope is a neccesity for survival The thing that happens when hope is followed by action How things being out of flux usually means we've deviated from our life plan What to do if you need to create a plan for your life or career Why he gets nervous auditioning actors! How to stack the odds in the actor's favor - even if you didn't get the part Are you an actor stressed AF?? (me too...) Are you on the actor self-care newsletter?? www.tonyrossicoaching.com Wanna coach with me? Apply for 1 on 1 coaching here - https://forms.gle/khDUf1WrvvMzDPRd7 Join our Stressed AF actor mindset calls and group! - https://www.tonyrossicoaching.com/workwithtony Grab a free 1 on 1 intro call! https://www.tonyrossicoaching.com/free-call Are we social media friends?? Instagram: www.instagram/tony.rossi Facebook: www.facebook.com/tonyrossicoaching Twitter: www.twitter.com/_tonyrossi LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tonyrossi00/
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Meaningful Marketplace Podcast
Shelley Elkovich and husband Jeff were always entertaining people, with Shelley taking the role of bartender. Then, the couple took a whale watching trip on the Salish Sea where Shelley developed an extremely rare neurological reaction to the boat trip. It affected her equilibrium and cause her “break up with booze”, as she puts it. Shelley soon became aware of how people can feel marginalized when they don't join in with a drinking crowd and it bothered her. A self-described food nerdie, Shelley looked for, but couldn't find, alcohol free drinks that met both her palate standards and her ingredient standards. And as happens so often in the entrepreneur world, when you can find what you want, start making it yourself, and that's just what the couple did. In spring of 2020 they launched For Bitter For Worse. A playful pun on their wedding vows, yes. But more, a heads up to the consumer that Shelley, the Taste Maven of the company, likes cocktails with spark, with zest and drinks that create a memory, this from her years behind the bar. Her experience also determined the line, offering two sparkling drinks currently, which are great as aperitifs or spritzers. One still beverage is a red beverage basically an alcohol free red wine. The other still is a potent, smoky nightcap, so the entire entertainment evening is covered from AF aperitifs to AF nightcaps. The couple also has taken their AF red wine and added single servings in cans, keeping up with consumer preferences. The process to create these elixirs is quite fascinating. Jeff's the Reverse Bootlegger. For Bitter For Worse uses all botanical ingredients for their beverages. They macerate this proprietary blend of herbs and botanicals in neutral alcohol and water to extract the flavors. Using a still, the remove the alcohol (“reverse bootlegging”). This creates their robust, bitter spirit base. Jeff invented the patent-pending process and converted Shelley's recipes to scalable formulas, no easy fete. This is how the couple is fulfilling their mission: To provide sober folks and those who are simply cutting back on booze a way to embrace occasion and community, inviting opportunity for richer relationships. They aim to create a healthier, more inclusive culture. For Bitter For Worse beverages are available in major groceries stores in Oregon, select grocers across the US and online at http://forbitterforworse.com/. Social media at @forbitterforworse and Twitter @drinkFBFW. Our hosts: Twitter - @sarahmasoni and @spicymarshall, Instagram - @masoniandmarshall.
Victoria's Secrets To Health & Happiness
I have a very fun and juicy guest with me today who has been on the podcast before but it's super aligned to have her on again so she can share with you what she's recently created - which sounds epic AF btw! Katie is a 90's hip-hop-loving, lipstick-obsessed personal stylist who teaches women how to feel good in their bodies NOW without losing weight or working harder. She is the host of The STYLED FOR LIFE Podcast where she shares inspirational messages each week around mental wellness, body confidence & style solutions. Style isn't just about what you wear. It is how you live. Connect with Katie www.katiejuststyled.com www.katiejuststyled.com/quiz www.katiejuststyled.com/stylesquad www.instagram.com/katieallenstylist Connect with me: Get FREE access to the first few modules of my paid Body Love Binge Programme: https://victoriakleinsman.com/free-access-to-first-few-modules/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/victoriakleinsmanofficial/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/victoriakleinsman Podcast Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4iNYvEWvgW9a0wNaj4m9hf?si=caq_P-V2TLSAmx1Swuh3yQ Podcast Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/break-free-from-binge-eating-with-victoria-kleinsman/id1464324636?uo=4 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/victoria-kleinsman/message
Calm AF Life – my lifetime program – is online now! Tap here to join. The physical clutter in your living and working spaces is impacting your energy; the calm AF approach to decluttering is an act of self love. It's a thing you do FOR yourself because of how it makes you feel, because you deserve to feel SUPPORTED, because – while the tidiness of your house has NOTHING to do with your worthiness – it sure feels good to have a nice space to relax in. In this episode, I give you the three steps to decluttering the Calm AF way. AND: Opposite AF, our online course for neurodiverse relationships, is now live and available to all! Join us! https://kristenfinch.com/oppositeaf Subscribe to Calm AF on YouTube to get even more good stuff!
Who wants a sassy AF take on sales and marketing? Step right up! On today's episode of Your Sparkly Brand, we're discussing an unethical approach to sales and marketing, which every business owner should avoid - bro-marketing. Bro-marketing uses slimy and manipulative sales tactics to drive people to action. We're giving you healthy alternatives to marketing that drives sales. Key points in this episode… Meg's TikTok live directs a client to her. Lauren hires two project managers. Bro-marketing is a specific type of unethical sale and marketing tactic. People of all genders tap into bro-marketing to take advantage of people. Bro-marketing is highly manipulative. An unaligned offer can feel like bro-marketing to a consumer. Faux empathy. False scarcity. Anything that makes the reader feel bad. Get rich quick promises. High pressure tactics. Sexist undertones. Cringey metaphors. Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave us a 5-star rating! Ratings & reviews will help this podcast grow so we can make the world a little more Sparkly! LET'S CONNECT Is there a topic you'd like us to cover in an upcoming episode? Are you a business owner who wants to join us on the podcast to share your story? Send us an email at email@example.com to get in touch. Find Lauren at laurentassiagency.com or on Instagram Connect with Megan at megangersch.com, on TikTok, and Instagram
In this episode introduce you to my new offer called THE REVOLUTION. This program along with my signature method is changing the ADHD space forever! THE REVOLUTION is for you if you are ready to feel confident AF in handling your experience of ADHD, you desire to have an elite, high-performance level of focus all WITHOUT meds. ✅ You'll go against that odds. ✅ You'll elevate above the average challenges with ADHD. ✅ You'll discover how powerful you really are. ✅ You'll be able to focus on actually running your business. ✅ You'll stop wasting your precious time bouncing between tasks. ✅ You'll stop procrastinating on admin and prospecting. ✅ You'll respect the f*ck out of yourself, your body and your symptoms. If you have been struggling with your symptoms for MONTHS/YEARS…answer me this… How much time much MORE time are you willing to suffer until you realize there is so much more available to you then what your currently experiencing? WHY would you continue to waste even another moment stuck in the same cycles? When you join THE REVOLUTION your entire identity, who you are and your entire experience of ADHD is going to COMPLETELY change FOREVER. In the best way possible… trust me when I tell you … you deserve to be free of your suffering. It's time for you to shine bright as f*ck! Are you ready to completely transform your reality?! You can apply for THE REVOLUTION here I have both group and 1:1 offers! Follow me on IG here … this is where you'll find me most days!
Tour Junkies: PGA Tour & Fantasy Golf
DB & Pat are live from Pat's couch as the boys get ready for another week of media at The Players Championship as the PGA TOUR takes on TPC Sawgrass. The guys discuss the chalk in each range, the cash locks in each range, guys to avoid, and guys to get uncomfortably comfortable with rostering in DraftKings GPPs. Plus, Pat's love confession punishment is revealed, a new way to track your bets is unlocked, and the $6K draft stays hot AF (hopefully) Please support the podcast further by doing a few things to spread the TJ Gospel: Join Goalby's Nut Hut, our private DISCORD chat w/ > 800 golf loving, DFS & Betting fans. Join a limited, free Nut Hut on DISCORD Watch this 12 minute video on benefits, basics & walkthrough of the NUT HUT on DISCORD Sign up for the “Heavy Petting” & “Chalk Bomb” emails for free that hit your inboxes every Tuesday & Wednesday. Order your Front9 Coffee today with promo code TJ10! Improve your own game & take your friends money on the course! Download Leaderboard today & use referral code "TJ"! Download the FREE Pikkit bet tracker app + use referral code "TJ" to get paid either $3 or $100 cash! Leave an honest iTunes Review. DB & Pat love reading all of these. It improves the show.
This week, please join author Xuerong Wen, Associate Editor Sandeep Das, and Guest Host Mercedes Carnethon as they discuss the article "Comparative Effectiveness and Safety of Direct Oral Anticoagulants and Warfarin in Patients With Atrial Fibrillation and Chronic Liver Disease: A Nationwide Cohort Study." Dr. Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation on the Run, your weekly podcast summary and backstage pass of the journal and its editors. We're your co-hosts. I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, associate editor from the National Heart Center and Duke National University of Singapore. Dr. Greg Hundley: And I'm Dr. Greg Hundley, associate editor, Director of the Poly Heart Center at VCU Health in Richmond, Virginia. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Greg, I'm so excited about today's feature paper. It deals with the important condition where atrial fibrillation exists in patients with chronic liver disease and what do we do for anticoagulation in these patients. It's a comparative effectiveness and safety study of direct oral anticoagulants compared with warfarin in these patients. A huge, wonderful, important study that we're going to discuss. But before we get there, I'd like to tell you about some papers in this issue and I'd like you to tell me about some too. You got your coffee? Dr. Greg Hundley: Absolutely. Dr. Carolyn Lam: All right. I'll go first In this paper that describes a quantitative prognostic tool for the mitral valve prolapse spectrum and it's derived from the new mitral regurgitation international database quantitative or MIDA-Q registry, which enrolled more than 8,000 consecutive patients from North America, Europe, Middle East. And these were patients all diagnosed with isolated mitral valve prolapse or MVP in routine clinical practice of academic centers, all of which also did prospective degenerative mitral regurgitation quantification. The MIDA-Q score was calculated based on characteristics collected in routine practice combining the established MIDA score, which integrated guideline based markers of outcomes like age, New York Heart Association status, atrial fibrillation, LA size, pulmonary artery pressure left ventricular and systolic, I mentioned, and ejection fraction. Integrating that with scoring points based on the degenerative mitral regurgitation quantitation that is measuring effective regurgitant orifice and volume. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very interesting Carolyn. So a scoring system that combines clinical information with what we might assess with echocardiography like regurgitant volume or regurgitant orifice area. So how well did this mortality risk score perform? Dr. Carolyn Lam: So the new score was associated with an extreme range of predicted survival under medical management and that ranged from 97% to 5% at five years for the extreme score ranges. And it was strongly, independently and incrementally associated with long-term survival over all the markers of outcomes. So the authors concluded, and these by the way were authors led by Dr. Maurice Serrano from Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota. These authors concluded that the score should allow integrated risk assessment of patients with mitral valve prolapse to refine clinical decision making in routine practice and ultimately reduce degenerative mitral regurgitation under treatment. Dr. Greg Hundley: Wonderful description Carolyn. Well I'm going to switch to the world of electrophysiology, Carolyn. And so as you know, the Brugada syndrome is an inherited arrhythmia syndrome caused by loss of function variants in the cardiac sodium channel gene SCN5A and that occurs in about 20% of subjects. And these authors led by Dr. Dan Roden at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine identified a family with four individuals diagnosed with Brugada syndrome, harboring a rare missense variant in the cardiac transcription factor, TBX5, but no SCN5A variant. And upon identifying these individuals, their objective was to establish TBX5 as a causative gene in Brugada syndrome and to define the underlying mechanisms by which it would be operative. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Oh wow. So a new gene variant. So what was the relationship? Dr. Greg Hundley: Right Carolyn? So using induced pluripotent stem cell derived cardiomyocytes from members of the affected family, multiple electrophysiologic abnormalities were detected in these cardiomyocytes including decreased peak and enhanced late cardiac sodium current. In these cells these abnormalities were entirely corrected by CRISPR/Cas9 mediated editing of that TBX5 variant and transcriptional profiling and functional assays in unedited and edited pluripotent stem cell derived cardiomyocytes showed direct SCN5A down regulation caused decreased peak sodium current and that reduced PDGF receptor expression and blunted signal transduction to phosphoinositide-3-kinase. And interestingly, PDGF receptor blockade markedly prolonged normal induced pluripotent stem cell derived cardiomyocyte action potentials. And also Carolyn interestingly in this study they did a separate analysis. It reviewed plasma levels of PDGF in the Framingham Heart Study and they found that they were inversely correlated with the QT corrected interval. And so Carolyn, these results established decrease SCN5A transcription by the TBX5 variant as a cause of Brugada syndrome and also reveal a new general transcriptional mechanism of arrhythmogenesis of enhanced late sodium current caused by reduced PDGF receptor mediated phosphoinositide-3-kinase signaling. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Wow. Wow, that's significant. Thanks Greg. So this next paper is also really important and could change the practice in the field of cardiac resynchronization therapy or CRT. You see, it suggests that the practice of what we do now, which is combining right bundle branch block with intraventricular conduction delay patients into a single non-left bundle branch block category when we select patients for CRT, that this may not be the way to go. So let's go back a bit and remember that benefit from CRT varies with QRS characteristics and individual trials are actually underpowered to assess the benefit for relatively small subgroups. So the current authors led by Dr. Friedman from Duke University Hospital and colleagues, therefore performed a patient level meta-analysis of randomized trials of CRT to assess the relationship between QRS duration and morphology with outcomes. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very interesting Carolyn. So another wonderful paper from the world of electrophysiology in trying to understand optimal mechanisms to resynchronize the ventricle in patients with differing bundle branch blocks or intraventricular conduction delays. So what did they find? Dr. Carolyn Lam: They found that patients with intraventricular conduction delays and a QRS duration of 150 milliseconds or more, CRT was associated with lower rates of heart failure hospitalizations and all cause mortality. The magnitude of CRT benefit among these patients with the interventricular conduction delay of 150 milliseconds or more and those with the left bundle branch block of 150 milliseconds or more were similar. In contrast, there was no clear CRT benefit for patients with a right bundle branch block of any QRS duration, although the authors could not rule out the potential for benefit at a markedly prolonged QRS duration. So they concluded that the practice of combining right bundle branch block with intraventricular conduction delay patients into a single non-left bundle branch block category when we make patient selections for CRT is not supported by the current data. And in fact, patients with an intraventricular conduction delay of 150 milliseconds or more should be offered CRT as is done for patients with a left bundle branch block of 150 milliseconds or more. Dr. Greg Hundley: Wow, Carolyn, so really interesting point. No clear CRT benefit for patients with right bundle branch block regardless of the QRS duration. Well we've got some other articles in the issue. I'll describe a couple from the mail bag. There's a Research Letter from Professor Lassen entitled "Risk of Incident Thromboembolic and Ischemic Events Following COVID-19 Vaccination Compared with SARS-COV2 Infection." Also Bridget Kuhn has a wonderful Cardiology News piece entitled "Collaborative Care Model Helps Heart Failure Patients Meet End-of-Life Goals." Dr. Carolyn Lam: There's an exchange of letters between Doctors Donzelli and Hippisley-Cox regarding that risk of myocarditis after sequential doses of COVID-19 vaccine, there's an AHA Update by Dr. Churchwell on continuous Medicaid eligibility, the lessons from the pandemic. There's an On My Mind paper by Dr. Parkhomenko on Russia's war in Ukraine and cardiovascular healthcare. Wow, what an issue. Thanks so much, Greg. Shall we go on to the feature discussion? Dr. Greg Hundley: You bet. Dr. Mercedes Carnethon: Well welcome to this episode of Circulation on the Run podcast. I'm Mercedes Carnethon, associate editor of the journal Circulation and Professor and Vice Chair of Preventive Medicine at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. I'm very excited to be here today with Xuerong Wen and Sandeep Das, my fellow associate editor here at Circulation to talk about a wonderful piece by Dr. Wen and colleagues from the University of Rhode Island. So welcome this morning Xuerong and thank you so much for sharing your important work with us. Dr. Xuerong Wen: Thank you Dr. Carnethon. It was great meeting you all and I'm the Associate Professor of Pharmacoepidemiology and Health Outcomes at the University of Rhode Island. I'm happy to introduce my study to everyone. Dr. Mercedes Carnethon: Well thank you so much and thank you as well Sandeep for identifying this fantastic article and bringing it forth. Dr. Sandeep Das: Thanks Mercedes. It's great to be with you. Dr. Mercedes Carnethon: Great. Well let's go ahead and get into it. There's so much here to talk about. So Dr. Wen and colleagues studied the comparative effectiveness and safety of direct oral anticoagulants or DOACs and warfarin in patients with atrial fibrillation and chronic liver disease. So this is such an important topic. Can you tell us a little bit about what your study found? Dr. Xuerong Wen: So our study is a comparative effectiveness and the safety analysis using a national health administrative data from private health plans. So we compared the risk of hospitalized ischemic stroke, systemic embolism and major bleeding between DOACs and warfarin in patients with atrial fibrillation and chronic liver disease. So we also had to had compare to these primary outcomes between apixaban and rivaroxaban in the study population. So our studies show that among patients with atrial fibrillation and chronic liver disease, DOACs as a class was associated with lower risk of hospitalization of ischemic stroke and systemic embolism and major bleeding, compared with warfarin. And when compared risk outcomes between individuals apixaban has lower risks as compared to rivaroxaban. So that's our study results. Dr. Mercedes Carnethon: Well thank you so much. This seems like such an important question. We hear a lot about DOACs and some of their risks as well as their considerable benefits. I think what leaves me the most curious is why did you choose to pursue this question and in particular in patients with both atrial fibrillation and liver disease. So why was the intersection of these two particular conditions of interest to your study team? Dr. Xuerong Wen: That's a great question. So the liver actually plays a central role in both the synthesis of coagulation factors and the metabolism of anticoagulant drugs. And the clearance of the anticoagulants in liver ranges from 20% to 100% for DOACs and warfarin. So in clinical practice anticoagulation abnormalities and elevated risk of spontaneous or unprovoked venous thrombotic complications have been reported in patients with liver disease. While these patients with cirrhosis were excluded from the clinical trials of DOACs and also population based, the real world experience is very limited. So that is why we initiated this retrospective cohort study and based on the real world data in this specific population. Dr. Mercedes Carnethon: Oh, thank you so much for explaining that. I definitely learned a lot and really enjoyed reading the piece. I think it was very well organized and well written and I know that our readership will appreciate it. It obviously stood out to you as well, Sandeep. Can you tell me a little bit about why you thought that this would be an excellent piece for circulation? Dr. Sandeep Das: Yeah, absolutely. Thanks for the question. So in the broad field of what we call observational comparative effectiveness research, so basically that's using large observational data sets to try to answer important clinical questions and it's a really challenging thing to do. I mean we're all very familiar with the idea of using randomized trials to assess important clinical questions because of the structure of that design allows you to mitigate some of the effects of confounding. Here, it has to be done analytically. So what's the important factor that really drives you towards a great observational comparative effectiveness piece? So first the clinical importance. I feel a little guilty because I'm old enough to remember when warfarin was the only option available, but really as a clinician, or every patient, I really prefer DOACs over warfarin just for ease of use and lifestyle. So there's a huge sort of importance to the question. Second, the patients with chronic liver disease were excluded from the larger RCTs and the DOAC trials. So really we don't have the answer to the question already. It's an important question. Obviously the bleeding risk is tied up with the liver, warfarin directly antagonizes vitamin K, so there's real questions about safety and so this is the perfect storm and then on top of it was a really well done and well executed study. So when this came across my desk, the very first thing I thought was not, "Is this something that we're interested?" But rather, "How do we make it better? How do we make it more useful to the reader?" This had me from hello. Dr. Mercedes Carnethon: Well thanks so much. We rarely have the opportunity when we read an article to be able to ask the authors questions. So Sandeep, I know that you had mentioned that you had some follow up questions as well. Dr. Sandeep Das: Yeah. So the real thought that I have then is would you argue based on this that we know enough that we should change our practice? And that do you feel comfortable advocating that people now prescribe DOACs to these patients? Dr. Xuerong Wen: I would say yes. Okay. Although this is not a clinical trial, but our study is actually systematically compare the effectiveness and safety between DOAC users and also the warfarin users. And if you look at our table one, we compare with so many variables between these two users and we use the propensity score adjustment and we after propensity score weighting and the two control group almost balanced. And I know right now FDA actually suggested that emulate the trial using the large real world data to do the emulated trial. So our study actually conducted is based on the large population using large data and we use the propensity score weighting to control all this potential compounding factors. Although there are still some limitations in this study. I think we mentioned that in the discussion section and we discussed all potential compounding factors that still may exist. And also there are some misclassifications and out of all this limitations and we still found the two drugs performed differently in this specific population. So we feel that comfortable to say that a DOAC drug performs better than warfarin. And also I think based on other studies that based on the clinical trial in the general population, DOAC drug is performs much better than warfarin and considering that the clearance in liver for DOAC is less than warfarin. So plus all this information together, I think DOAC may be safer than wafarin in the patients with AF and chronic liver disease. Dr. Sandeep Das: Yeah, I would say that I agree that these data, even if you're skeptical about observational CT generally, which I admit that I tend to be, these are really reassuring data that at least the DOACs are... There's absolutely nothing that suggests that they're any worse than warfarin and all of the sort of soft indications for ease of use and patient happiness really would seem to favor DOACs. So I think this is the sort of rare observational CT paper that may actually change my practice. Dr. Mercedes Carnethon: I have a follow-up question, Xuerong, related to the design and as well your strategy to address differences between the groups. So inverse probability weighting is certainly a standard in the field to be able to manage differences between groups when you have a situation where can't, where it's not a randomized trial. Do you as well, and educate me, I admit I'm an epidemiologist whose methodological skills are sometimes challenged. Do you have the opportunity using this design and with inverse probability weighting to evaluate subgroup effects? So my specific question is were you able to determine whether or not these associations were similar based on age and gender in particular? Dr. Xuerong Wen: That's a great question. We did conducted a lot of subgroup study but not by age or gender. We conducted I think this study in a lot of subgroups using the propensity score weighting, but the subgroup that I think we did a subgroup like a patient with a different chronic liver disease. So that's what we did. And we also tested different methods inverse probability score weighting. So we did trimming and we used a different percentage of trimming and to see how that affect the study results. So we have done a lot of subgroup studies. We did not check the age and the gender, but that's a very good point. Maybe later, well I'll ask my student to do that. Dr. Mercedes Carnethon: Well, you're a good mentor. So I think that is a really certainly an appropriate approach. Sandeep, did you have additional questions? Dr. Sandeep Das: No, I wish I had thought of yours before you did. I think exactly the older age, women, racial ethnic groups that are underrepresented historically in trials. I think that that's really, again, the sweet spot of this observational research. We definitely, and NH definitely working on trying to increase enrollment of all these groups in our CTs. However, while we wait for that, I think that's exactly what we should be doing. Dr. Mercedes Carnethon: Well that's great. And Xuerong, you really alluded to really, I think what is one of my final questions related to what do you think based on what you have observed in this study, what do you see as the next steps in the research field for your team, your students, or other people who are carrying out this type of work? Dr. Xuerong Wen: Well, that's a great question. We currently have a couple of more manuscripts ongoing in this field, and we will continue conducting the comparative effectiveness and analysis to compare drugs head to head as well as developing and implementing new methodologies to this field. And we hope our study provides real world evidence for clinical decision making, prescribing anticoagulants to patients with atrial fibrillation and chronic liver disease. We also expect the physicians and researchers more and more value the real world data studies, especially when clinical trials are not feasible or ethical. Dr. Mercedes Carnethon: Well, thank you so much. That was such an excellent vision that you provided us with and we're just very grateful that you submitted this fantastic work to the journal Circulation. I know that our readers will enjoy really digging in. The podcast is meant as a teaser to bring you to the journal so that you can read about this wonderful work by Dr. Wen and colleagues. So again, thank you. I'm Mercedes Carnethon, joined with my associate editor partner here, Dr. Sandeep Das. And thank you very much for spending your time with us today, Dr. Wen. Dr. Xuerong Wen: Thanks for this great opportunity to disseminate my study with us, thank you. Dr. Sandeep Das: Thanks Mercedes. Dr. Mercedes Carnethon: Thank you for joining us for this episode of Circulation on the Run. Dr. Greg Hundley: This program is copyright of the American Heart Association 2023. The opinions expressed by speakers in this podcast are their own and not necessarily those of the editors or of the American Heart Association. For more, please visit ahajournals.org.
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My guest this week is Adrienne Stillman Krausz, a lady with a very sophisticated palate. Her passion for fine food and wine began when she lived in Paris during her formative years. Adrienne went to college in the US but while her fellow students were downing beers and jello shots she was heading downtown to drink expensive craft cocktails. She lives in the Nappa valley with her husband Jake who is a 2nd generation wine maker and as a couple they turned their talents to the alcohol free space. In this episode I think Adrienne is quite unique in that she has "a foot in both camps" as she puts it I love the way that together with her husband they are busy sourcing and curating the very best AF products – with the same care that would go into fine wines As they say on their website they believe that everyone deserves a good drink, whether it has alcohol or not! Adrienne admits that she did sometimes go overboard on the craft cocktails and as a newly married couple two bottles of wine was the norm most evenings She did begin to feel the after effects of that wine in the morning and never really bounced out of bed feeling great As they started to think about having a family Adrienne stopped drinking during the week However that meant that the weekend drinking affected her more Coping with fertility problems led Adrienne to give up drinking completely She also had to give up eating various foods with led to bouts of FOMO when she was socialising She got a taste of what us ex drinkers go through in early sobriety! Happily Adrienne became a mom and now has a 9 month old baby That's when she noticed the mommy juice culture Hanging out with some other moms she was surprised to hear plans to drop off the babies and so they could drink some cocktails She noticed that some wine brands were targeting moms and we agreed that wine was sometimes seen as a “parenting aid” Mommyjuice gives our children the message that it's so difficult looking after them that we need wine – not to mention the more general message that we use wine as a coping mechanism Adrienne's interest in alcohol free drinks began when she met a sober coach who recommended that she try them. She was very sceptical and her expectations were low – she couldn't really see the point However when she started tasting the various choices she was blown away by the quality Together with her husband they started researching – and were both inspired. 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Trauma is a word that we hear a lot, and some people might wonder, “It seems like everyone has trauma… so if everyone has it, is it even really a thing?”I've even wondered about the difference between trauma and the suffering that Buddha spoke of in the 4 Noble Truths. Is it qualitatively different, or is it just on the continuum of suffering that is part of being human?In Buddhism, suffering is discussed as a truth to embrace as a truth of being human, as part of the human experience. If we believe that suffering isn't supposed to even exist or think we can learn to control it or prevent it, we create even more suffering.While I haven't arrived at a definitive conclusion myself, in my gut, it feels like there is a difference between day-to-day human suffering and trauma.Dr. Gabor Mate told of his experience in medical school that the word trauma as it relates to emotion and psychological trauma wasn't mentioned once in his 4 years of training. I know in my own training at USCF as a family nurse practitioner, I don't think we discussed it directly either.So what is trauma, and how might it be different from suffering? Some may say trauma is an interference with how we'd normally operate. Or that it's when we disconnect from the physical body.These are elements of it, but trauma isn't just something terrible happening to us. Sexual assault or abuse is not the trauma. An earthquake or tsunami is not the trauma. The car accident or medical procedure isn't the trauma. Parents being indifferent, depressed, or abusive is not the trauma.The trauma is what happens in us as a result of that external event. And to expand further, like Peter Levine said, it's what happens inside us in the absence of an empathetic witness.Trauma happens inside us on a somatic level in our bodies and in our psyche.Gabor Mate talks about 4 aspects of trauma, which I think help further differentiate it as something distinct from human suffering in general:// Trauma is anything that changes you in a way that makes your future responses to the world more limited. It impacts our “response flexibility,” which means when an external trigger occurs, we have a certain capacity to actually be flexible in our response, according to what's needed at the time. Our body awareness is limited (maybe we dissociate, or have uncontrollable shaking or sweating) along with our ability to regulate our other behavioral and emotional responses. We react automatically and predictably. And the greater the trauma, the greater the limitation.This can explain why with trauma we often feel locked in the past, right? We are still responding the same way we did “back then.” But we are not there, we are here, in a new experience with a new set of resources.I remember as a young child, my mom was late picking me up from school, so I went home with my Auntie, which I had done before (but with her knowing in advance). When my mom finally figured out where I went, she came and took me home, packed me a suitcase and threw it - and me - outside, locking me out.There I was, terrified - especially with all the driveby shootings and drug deals going on all night and day in my neighborhood. I was also so confused. I banged on the door and sat on the porch until nightfall, when she finally let me back in. But she still wouldn't speak to me.To her, it was about why didn't I wait if she was just running late? I must not want to be with her. I must prefer to live with my Auntie. She clearly had some abandonment issues too, right? She had PTSD from WWII and from an abusive childhood…and that trauma was being passed on to me.So what did I do? I fawned. People pleased her. I got on my knees at 6 years old and begged her to take me back, to love me. I did whatever I needed to make sure she didn't kick me out again and leave me to die alone - because that's what it felt like.I also closed my heart to her a little bit that day. I was terrified that someone I loved so much and who I needed so much could just dispense of me. If I cared about her suffering a little less, then maybe I could survive psychologically if that happened again.My people-pleasing and withdrawal were an adaptive response at the time. They were helpful at the time.But as an adult, when I continue these behaviors with my partners or with my friends…that's a lack of response flexibility. When my husband was often gone at the beginning of our marriage and I was home alone with a baby, and when anger and voicing my needs didn't help, I stopped caring and needing him. I made him dispensible in my mind and heart. There were other options.// The second aspect of trauma is that there is a fundamental disconnection from ourselves, other people, and the world. This doesn't necessarily happen with suffering. Have you ever had the experience of having a strong gut feeling about something, you ignoring it, and then regretting it afterwards? Sure, right?When we say we have that gut feeling and we don't pay attention to it, that is disconnect from ourselves. Or maybe we don't even know what that little voice inside of us sounds like.We are all born connected to our intuition, but trauma will disconnect us from that. Trauma leads us to stop trusting that still small voice inside of us, or to be unable to even recognize it.// Trauma also shapes the way we see the world. So if we feel the world is unsafe (or in my case, that no one has my back, or that I can't rely on others), that's a trauma response - a filtered, narrowed way of seeing the world.For example, we may believe that humans or the world can BE unsafe. But if we believe that they ARE unsafe, that's different.// Finally, trauma makes it nearly impossible for us to be in the present moment - or at the very least, really difficult to do so. An extreme example is psychosis - this creates extreme difficulties being in the present moment because the mind has created an alternate view of reality. Or maybe a less severe example is many cases of ADHD (there are other casues as well, but trauma can be a significant one).The mind is always somewhere else - it feels it needs to be somewhere else. So for example, when my husband asks again if he can do another long trip… and essentially, can I do another long stint of solo-parenting and working full time… I go into my abandonment scenario and drama of my mom leaving me and locking me out. And I'm not in the present. I'm deep in the past.Frankly, it's a miracle that we all can keep moving along at all, right? Life can be hard AF.Yet we survive because we are resilient AF. And YES, I mean you too.Because there are actually kind people and love in the world. And we catch glimpses of that and get tastes of it.So, my friends…one way to apply this to our everyday life is to be a little more patient and compassionate with ourselves and with one another. We are wounded wanderers, cruising around this planet and bumping into each other. As Ram Dass said, “We are all just walking each other home.” In this episode, you will learn:// 4 characteristics of trauma you won't see in other types of suffering// How trauma can relate to ADD / ADHD-type symptoms// Is trauma simply a part of the 4 Noble Truths?// Why it's important to not misuse the word trauma Resources:// Episode 60: How to Avoid Unnecessary Suffering// Episode 63: Being Human is Hard - the First Noble Truth// Episode 143: Your Wild Mind - the North + Protectors// The Myth of Normal, by Gabore Mate// If you're new to the squad, grab the Rebel Buddhist Toolkit I created at RebelBuddhist.com. It has all you need to start creating a life of more freedom, adventure, and purpose. You'll also get access to the Rebel Buddhist private group, and tune in every Wednesday as I go live with new inspiration and topics.// Want something more self-paced with access to weekly group support? 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Today's episode is an "ask me anything!" We covered the following topics & questions... Any recommendations for online acting classes? How do I know if my agency is a good one? I can't stop catastrophizing...any tips? What podcasts do you recommend for actor confidence?? How to view your career more like a business Why I don't have a way for tips/donations (at least for now) When it's important to put your feelings first OVER that of your coach... Links referenced! "Acting in Chicago" by Chris Agos - www.actinginchicago.com Are you an actor stressed AF?? (me too...) Are you on the actor self-care newsletter?? www.tonyrossicoaching.com Wanna coach with me? Apply for 1 on 1 coaching here - https://forms.gle/khDUf1WrvvMzDPRd7 Join our Stressed AF actor mindset calls and group! - https://www.tonyrossicoaching.com/workwithtony Grab a free 1 on 1 intro call! https://www.tonyrossicoaching.com/free-call Are we social media friends?? Instagram: www.instagram/tony.rossi Facebook: www.facebook.com/tonyrossicoaching Twitter: www.twitter.com/_tonyrossi LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tonyrossi00/
God whispered this idea to me recently, WAKE UP TO YOUR WORTH as a focus for the podcast this month. Realizing that that had been my experience, years of slowly waking up to my self worth & value. Years of growing my self love and self worth. My journey over the last decade really has been one of growing my true knowing of my worth & value. That my worthiness is inherent, unchanging, unwavering. Today, I want us to spend some time breaking free from the barriers & blocks that have been getting in your way with 3 POWERFUL TRUTHS to start growing your self worth. COACHING // Wake Up To Your Worth 1 Week Group Coaching Intensive: March 27-31! Snag pre-sale pricing (ends 3/18) for just the intensive HERE! Ready for BLOOM (8 weeks of stepping into next level confidence & knowing you are more than enough) AND WAKE UP TO YOUR WORTH?! Save your spot in BLOOM before 3/18 & you'll get free access into WAKE UP TO YOUR WORTH. Save your spot HERE!✨ THERAPY // Learn more about therapy with Devoney! (for California residents only) SUPPORT THE PODCAST // Buy Dev a Coffee ABOUT // Devoney is a therapist, life coach and hosts the Free & Well Podcast. She is obsessed with empowering & equipping women with simple, practical psychology AND spirituality based tools to start knowing they are enough & feeling more confident. She's here to help you stop second guessing yourself & being so hard on yourself so you can start being kinder to yourself, setting boundaries & feeling confident AF. DISCLAIMERS // Recommendations shared in this episode are based on my own personal opinion. No content provided by Free & Well and/or on this show is a substitute for medical or mental health treatment. It is all purely for educational purposes and is not a replacement for medical, legal, or mental health advice. Please call 911 if you are in an emergency, the Access & Crisis Line if you are in a crisis at 888-724-7240 or contact a licensed mental health provider for mental health support. See full disclaimer here. www.devoneytaylor.com/disclaimer
Demi crosses a new adventure off her bucket list; MAN-ifesting (and why she'll never tell another dating story); MJB in his Calvin's, Method Man is fine AF; Mo'Nique heads to.... Netflix?! ABOUT ME: http://www.demetrialucas.com/about/ STAY CONNECTED: IG: demetriallucas Twitter: demetriallucas FB: demetriallucas YouTube: demetriallucas Control Body Odor ANYWHERE with @lumedeodorant and get $5 off off your Starter Pack (that's over 40% off) with promo code RATCHET at http://lumedeodorant.com/ratchet! #lumepod Get a 60-day free trial at https://www.shipstation.com/respect. Thanks to ShipStation for sponsoring the show! Stop throwing your money away. Cancel unwanted subscriptions – and manage your expenses the easy way – by going to https://rocketmoney.com/ratchet. Follow “Baby, this is Keke Palmer” wherever you get your podcasts. Hey Prime Members, you can listen early and ad-free on Amazon Music. Download the Amazon Music app today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
As a nutritionist, I have been interested in the use of CBD as a way to turn on, or tune into, our cannabinoid receptors. As an alcohol-freedom coach, I have been interested in how CBD might be effective in regulating our nervous system and lessen the dependency on alcohol in relaxation, sleep, etc. I recently connected with Jake Crossman, a nutritionist and the creator of a USA Medical, a brand of CBD and CBG products to help ‘empower individuals to take control of their health and reach their full potential through a unique blend of modern science and traditional wisdom.' I invited Jake and his business partner Richard Gibson to join me on the podcast and tell us more about how CBD and CBG products interact with our body and the many potential benefits. We also have a candid conversation about the psycho-active properties of THC and the difference between CBD and THC. Jake shares that products are now available that have zero THC. You will hear in the podcast from Richard who shares that his use of CBG brought no sensation of a ‘buzz' or ‘getting high' experience. After learning more about these products and the effect on the nervous system, (CBD) and the potential to impact our inflammatory response (CBG) I am intrigued about how this might add one more tool to our AF toolbox! Full Show Notes Here The SELF Experience Program Here
Emotional eating is a common phenomenon that many people struggle with, but often goes unnoticed. It involves turning to food to cope with difficult emotions, rather than eating because you are hungry. Emotional eating can lead to consuming more calories than your body needs or can use, which can cause health problems. However, there are ways to overcome emotional eating and manifest true health by setting healthy boundaries and cultivating self-love. In this 2-part series, we will hear from experts in mindful eating, emotional healing, self-doubt, and setting healthy boundaries. We'll explore some behaviors and thought patterns that may increase your likelihood of becoming an emotional eater, and how to change them. In the first two clips, Allison will discuss an overview of how to get healthy AF, then we'll talk about mindful eating and how to become aware of your emotional eating habits and how to change them with a food and mood journal. Then, we have JJ Flizanes discussing self-doubt, avoiding self-sabotage, emotional healing, and the law of attraction. JJ says we can't create long-lasting change when we are doing it from a place of "I'm not good enough" or "I'll be good enough when I am fit, healthy, thin." Instead, she encourages us to get healthy AF from a place of self-love. Finally, we end with Laura Powers talking about how to set healthy boundaries. Laura emphasizes that whatever we are choosing, we get sent more of that. Therefore, it's essential to show the universe what we want more of by creating more of that in our lives every day. If you're interested in overcoming emotional eating and manifesting true health by setting healthy boundaries and cultivating self-love, join the Healthy AF Total Transformation program. We offer a special deal for the next 2months, which includes access to all the previous classes and recordings plus 2 months of live coaching calls with us and other experts for the months of March and April. For only $333. Sign up at http://foodhealsnation.com/transformation/. Thank You to Our Sponsors! CURED Nutrition When the world feels crazy and chaotic, remember that *you* don't have to. You deserve to take control of your mental and physical health. CURED Nutrition is trying to make it easier for you to do exactly that. Formulated with their trinity of ingredients – a blend of full-spectrum cannabinoids, functional mushrooms, and adaptogens – Serenity gummies are your answer to finding the calm in every storm. You can grab your CURED favorites for 20% off by visiting www.curednutrition.com and using coupon code foodheals at checkout. Athletic Greens Who else wants free Vitamin D for a year? Say goodbye to piles of pills and countless powders. One daily serving of AG1 delivers a potent blend of 9 health products—a multivitamin, minerals, probiotics, adaptogens and more. It's the comprehensive, foundational nutrition you need with the convenience your life demands. Go to AthleticGreens.com/foodheals to get your FREE One Year Supply of Vitamin D3+K2, 5 Travel Packs using the code foodheals. Just Thrive Health Probiotics A Proven, Potent and Effective Spore Probiotic to Help You Be Your Healthier You. Guarantees survivability through the stomach & upper digestive system. Just Thrive's breakthrough, award-winning probiotic contains the proprietary strain, Bacillus Indicus HU36®, which produces antioxidants directly in the digestive system where they can be best absorbed by your body. Go to www.justhrivehealth.com, use the coupon code foodheals15, get 20% off your order. Organifi Organifi, is a line of organic superfood blends that offers plant based nutrition made with high quality ingredients. Organifi takes pride in offering the best tasting superfood products on the market at a price that works out to less than $3 a day. You can experience Organifi's high quality superfoods without breaking the bank. Go to www.organifi.com/foodheals and use code foodheals for 20% off your order. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Yep, it's true. Even though I am a coach, I don't have the cheat codes and I don't have the answer key. Truth is, they don't exist. And life is a series of taking 2 steps forward, and 5 steps back. A truly impactful life requires LOTS of time spent being a beginner and growing painfully. And here I am. The podcast has felt more diluted lately, and today we explore why. We have broken through the walls, and we are about to be concentrated AF. Also, I NEED your feedback! We pivoted our podcast direction back in November, and now its time to dial in and make sure that this podcast is still exactly what you are looking for! If you have a few quick minutes, it would mean the world to me if you would share your thoughts HERE. Join The Ashley O Show community and start a conversation on IG @ashleyoshow! As always, message me with any feedback, comments, or questions on Instagram, or shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Frameworks | Live Learning | Learning Styles | How Adults Learn | Intentional Education | Getting Feedback from Clients This episode is everything we needed… It's no surprise that the online education space has been BLOWING UP. And that's great! Making information more accessible to people is awesome. But we can't forget that teaching & educating is a SKILL. And what happens when you have an online space filled with courses & programs created by people that haven't properly strengthened that muscle & developed that skill? Student & client frustration, lack of results, and/or curriculum that feels like chaos. Now don't fret, this episode is not about shitting on course creators or anything like that, actually quite the opposite
Have you ever seen someone posting their big money wins? You know, those posts where they are holding the balloons with like, 20k, 50k, or 100k and popping champs? I have to tell you something…I LOVE those posts! I'm ALL about celebrating your wins. But let's be real, sometimes those posts can be triggering AF. I mean, you see people celebrating these HUGE money wins and you're like, “what the eff are they doing that I'm not doing?” I have worked with many women in my one-on-one container who are reaching these huge money months ($50K months, $80K months, $100K months, $300K months) and I want to take you behind the scenes of what it is they are ACTUALLY doing to hit those numbers consistently in their coaching businesses. And I gotta say…it's probably not what you think it is! Get ready for a behind-the-scenes look at the 5 things my $100K/month clients are really focused on and the kind of work we do together every day. PS. If you're ready to master the simple strategies you need to scale your coaching business to six figures and be supported by a mentor who has done exactly what you're trying to do and totally gets it…. then I'd love to invite you to apply for my new program starting on March 1st Six Figure Coach Life- The Mastermind! Looking for more? Connect with me at my website www.dustinmcoaching.com or on Instagram at @dustinmushinski.
The following question refers to Section 7.7 of the 2022 AHA/ACC/HFSA Guideline for the Management of Heart Failure. The question is asked by St. George's University medical student and CardioNerds Intern Chelsea Tweneboah, answered first by Baylor College of Medicine Cardiology Fellow and CardioNerds Ambassador Dr. Jamal Mahar, and then by expert faculty Dr. Michelle Kittleson. Dr. Kittleson is Director of Education in Heart Failure and Transplantation, Director of Heart Failure Research, and Professor of Medicine at the Smidt Heart Institute, Cedars-Sinai. She is Deputy Editor of the Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, on Guideline Writing Committees for the American College of Cardiology (ACC)/American Heart Association, is the Co Editor-in-Chief for the ACC Heart Failure Self-Assessment Program, and on the Board of Directors for the Heart Failure Society of America. Her Clinician's Guide to the 2022 Heart Failure guidelines, published in the Journal of Cardiac Failure, are a must-read for everyone! The Decipher the Guidelines: 2022 AHA / ACC / HFSA Guideline for The Management of Heart Failure series was developed by the CardioNerds and created in collaboration with the American Heart Association and the Heart Failure Society of America. It was created by 30 trainees spanning college through advanced fellowship under the leadership of CardioNerds Cofounders Dr. Amit Goyal and Dr. Dan Ambinder, with mentorship from Dr. Anu Lala, Dr. Robert Mentz, and Dr. Nancy Sweitzer. We thank Dr. Judy Bezanson and Dr. Elliott Antman for tremendous guidance. Enjoy this Circulation 2022 Paths to Discovery article to learn about the CardioNerds story, mission, and values. Question #10 Ms. Heffpefner is a 54-year-old woman who comes to your office for a routine visit. She does report increased fatigue and dyspnea on exertion without new orthopnea or extremity edema. She was previously diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, morbid obesity, obstructive sleep apnea, and TIA. She is currently prescribed metformin 1000mg twice daily, aspirin 81mg daily, rosuvastatin 40mg nightly, and furosemide 40mg daily. In clinic, her BP is 140/85 mmHg, HR is 110/min (rhythm irregularly irregular, found to be atrial fibrillation on ECG), and BMI is 43 kg/m2. Transthoracic echo shows an LVEF of 60%, moderate LV hypertrophy, moderate LA enlargement, and grade 2 diastolic dysfunction with no significant valvulopathy. What is the best next step? A Provide reassurance B Refer for gastric bypass C Refer for atrial fibrillation ablation D Start metoprolol and apixaban Answer #10 Explanation The correct answer is D – start metoprolol and apixaban. Ms. Hefpeffner has a new diagnosis of atrial fibrillation (AF) and has a significantly elevated risk for embolic stroke based on her CHA2DS2-VASc score of 6 (hypertension, diabetes, heart failure, prior TIA, and female sex). The relationship between AF and HF is complex and they the presence of either worsens the status of the other. Managing AF in patients with HFpEF can lead to symptom improvement (Class 2a, LOR C-EO). However, large, randomized trial data are unavailable to specifically guide therapy in patients with AF and HFpEF. Generally, management of AF involves stroke prevention, rate and/or rhythm control, and lifestyle / risk-factor modification. With regards to stroke prevention, patients with chronic HF with permanent-persistent-paroxysmal AF and a CHA2DS2-VASc score of ≥2 (for men) and ≥3 (for women) should receive chronic anticoagulant therapy (Class 1, LOE A). When anticoagulation is used in chronic HF patients with AF, DOAC is recommended over warfarin in eligible patients (Class 1, LOE A). The decision for rate versus rhythm control should be individualized and reflects both patient symptoms and the likelihood of better ventricular function with sinus rhythm. For patients with HF and symptoms caused by AF, AF ablation is reasonable to improve symptoms and QOL (Class 2a,
CONNECT // Join our FB Community Connect on IG COACHING // Pre Pre sale is LIVE for our Spring round of BLOOM! When you save your spot before 3/12, you get a 25% discount off the full price of BLOOM AND FREE access to the WAKE UP TO YOUR WORTH 1 week group coaching intensive too ($111 value). Save your spot HERE: 8 weeks of stepping into knowing you are enough & growing your confidence! ✨ Wake Up To Your Worth 1 Week Group Coaching Intensive: March 27-31! Snag pre-sale pricing (ends 3/18) for just the intensive HERE! THERAPY // Learn more about therapy with Devoney! (for California residents only) SUPPORT THE PODCAST // Buy Dev a Coffee ABOUT // Devoney is a therapist, life coach and hosts the Free & Well Podcast. She is obsessed with empowering & equipping women with simple, practical psychology AND spirituality based tools to start knowing they are enough & feeling more confident. She's here to help you stop second guessing yourself & being so hard on yourself so you can start being kinder to yourself, setting boundaries & feeling confident AF. DISCLAIMERS // Recommendations shared in this episode are based on my own personal opinion. No content provided by Free & Well and/or on this show is a substitute for medical or mental health treatment. It is all purely for educational purposes and is not a replacement for medical, legal, or mental health advice. Please call 911 if you are in an emergency, the Access & Crisis Line if you are in a crisis at 888-724-7240 or contact a licensed mental health provider for mental health support. See full disclaimer here. www.devoneytaylor.com/disclaimer
In this episode we chat to Jane James, the Founder and CEO of a wonderful company called Little Voices that works with young people across the UK. Jane talks to us about the benefits she felt when she decided to go alcohol-free, and how she navigated her sobriety when she was starting a new relationship with her now husband (she met him after she'd just completed a 30 day break from alcohol, but it took her a little longer to go completely AF). She also talks to us very honestly about the physical and mental breakdown she experienced when she was 18 months alcohol-free due to stress - and how becoming alcohol-free isn't the magic solution to all of life's problems. We talk about how being alcohol-free is often the first (and crucial) step in a much bigger health and wellness journey - and how finding ways to switch off and unwind without alcohol is a massively important part of the process. If you'd like to find out more about Jane or her company Little Voices, just search for "Little Voices" on social media - and don't forget to listen to her new podcast, The School Run, which is available now on all podcast apps! --- Get In Touch: Of course, you can always get in touch with us (publicly or privately) on our socials - @alcoholfreepod on Instagram, or search for "Over The Influence" on Facebook. We'd love to hear your story - please get in touch with us directly at email@example.com or go to our website, www.overtheinfluence.co.uk --- The Premium Podcast: If you love OTI and you'd like to hear behind the curtain, subscribe to the OTI Premium Podcast now! --- Links: For links to alcohol-related support services, please visit our website. --- Disclaimer: All views expressed in this podcast are of the participants themselves, and not necessarily those of Over The Influence (OTI) Ltd. The information, opinions, and recommendations presented in this podcast are for general information only and any reliance on the information provided in this podcast is done at your own risk. We are not medical professionals but normal people giving their own experiences of removing alcohol from their lives, and as such this podcast should not be considered professional advice. If you are dependent on alcohol, or think you may be, we strongly recommend that you seek professional medical advice. --- Helpful Hashtags: We found hashtags and sober social media accounts really helpful in our early days alcohol free, as following them can help to reinforce that you are not alone! These are some of the hashtags we've followed: #alcoholfree #stopdrinking #healthandwellnessjourney #zeroalcohol #idontdrink #sobercurious #healthydrinking #alcoholfreelife #soberaf #alcoholfreeliving #sobermotivation #podcast #healthpodcast #noalcohol #nobooze #sober #sobercurious #soberlofe #soberliving #sobercommunity #afcommunity #soberwomen #sobermom #sobermomtribe #sobersisters #sobriety #soberuk #soberjourney #sobrietyrocks #overtheinfluence #oti
Daniel and Jack return with a bumper episode. We start with Steven Crowder's declaration of hostilities against Shapiro and his organisation The Daily Wire, and from there we move through the various reactions on the far Right, from Elijah Schaffer to John Doyle to Isabelle Riley Moody to Nick Fuentes, and more. This episode is less about the Crowder vs. Shapiro spat and more about how it opens a window into the rampant and increasingly mainstreamed antisemitism on the Right. This episode comes with heavy content warnings. Daniel has done a ton of research and come back with a panoply of sniggering horrors. Jack has bleeped out the r-slurs and f-slurs. But still, take care. Show Notes: Please consider donating to help us make the show and stay ad-free and independent. Patrons get exclusive access to at least one full extra episode a month plus all backer-only back-episodes. Daniel's Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/danielharper Jack's Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=4196618 IDSG Twitter: https://twitter.com/idsgpod Daniel's Twitter: @danieleharper Jack's Twitter: @_Jack_Graham_ IDSG on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-dont-speak-german/id1449848509?ls=1 Episode Notes: Sydney Watson complaint against The Blaze Patriot J Twitter thread regarding Sydney Watson lawsuit Killstream on Sydney Watson lawsuit Steven Crowder, I'm Leaving the Blaze (December 15, 2022) Steven Crowder, It's Time To Stop (January 17, 2023) The Daily Wire Announces ‘Jeremy's Razors' Campaign as Part of Feud with Harry's Razors “ On Tuesday, March 22, Jeremy Boreing, co-founder, co-CEO and self-described “god-king” of the conservative website The Daily Wire, announced the launch of Jeremy's Razors, part of a campaign against Harry's razors. Harry's is a popular men's grooming company that pulled advertising from The Daily Wire one year ago after receiving a complaint on Twitter that some of The Daily Wire's podcast hosts had engaged in homophobic speech. Jeremy's Razors is the culmination of an “I Hate Harry's” campaign announced last week by Boreing and Ben Shapiro, a conservative media figure and editor emeritus at The Daily Wire.” Jeremy Boering, Our Offer to Steven Crowder (January 18, 2023) Jet Lag The Game Season Three Playlist Slightly Offensive, CONNED?! Daily Wire RESPONDS To Crowder in BIZARRE 52 min RANT Nicholas J. Fuentes DEATH CON 2: Crowder's MUG CLUB Declares TOTAL WAR Against Jewish Media | America First Ep. 1111 John Doyle goes off on AF and NICK FUENTES. Total War IMMINENT????? (January 9, 2022) I'm Doing Great, Do LGBT Kids EXIST? (January 24, 2023) Matt Bernstein tells us what his handle means Isabella Reilly, SATANIC Feminist Says "Dead Men Can't RAPE"?? WTF Jimmy Dore's 'Very Pro-Employer' Work Contracts (substack.com)
That's right, you are worthy AF! In this episode join Leanne and Katie as they talk about being worthiness and how we should shamelessly live our most authentic life's. Find us here on: Katie's Release Page: https://www.facebook.com/releasewithkatie Katie's website: https://www.releasewithkatie.com/ Katie's TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@imkatiemyers Leanne's website: https://www.ezliving.space/ Leanne's FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/ezliving.site Leanne's Private Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/nextlevellifepurpose Leanne's TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@essentiallyzenful Credits To: Sarah Wilke, Virtual Assistant & Editor: https://www.wilkeondemand.com/ Music: One Night Away Patrick Patrikios Special Thanks to: "To my husband for believing in me and cheering me on when I doubted myself." - Leanne
How To Be A Better Person with Kate Hanley
Hi! So… I ended up having my appendix out just as my podcast episodes were due. Which is why I'm replaying episodes this week–and in honor of what I'm needing in my life right now, they are the episodes that bring me, and hopefully you, the most comfort. Today's episode takes a deep dive in to coziness, and why, surprisingly, it is a biological imperative that makes all kinds of wonderful, important things possible. Like, feeling safe. And healing. And dreaming. So get ready to feel better about getting cozy AF!! (And in other news, by now my surgery was over a week ago and I should be laughing, coughing, and sitting up like a champ.) This episode sponsored by: NextEVO – Use promo code BETTER to save 20% off your order of $40 or more Better Help – Give online therapy a try and get on your way to being your best self Sign up for the How to Be a Better Person newsletter and never miss an episode! Got a comment or a question? I'm all ears! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Reporting on potential fraud in medicine, AF, stroke, a possible new cholesterol-lowering drug, and the tone of debate in medical science are the topics John Mandrola, MD, discusses in this week's podcast. This podcast is intended for healthcare professionals only. To read a partial transcript or to comment, visit: https://www.medscape.com/twic I. Potential Fraud in Medicine Inside the Big Business of Clogged Arteries https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/988448 II. AF Screening and Stroke STROKE AF at 3 Years: High AF Rate After Atherosclerotic Stroke https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/988076 Severity and Etiology of Incident Stroke in Patients Screened for Atrial Fibrillation vs Usual Care and the Impact of Prior Stroke https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamaneurology/fullarticle/2795865 III. Bempedoic Acid New Studies Give Bempedoic Acid a Bump as Lipid-Lowering Agent https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/911100 - Rationale and design of the CLEAR-outcomes trial: Evaluating the effect of bempedoic acid on cardiovascular events in patients with statin intolerance https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ahj.2020.10.060 - Safety and Efficacy of Bempedoic Acid to Reduce LDL Cholesterol https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1803917 - Effect of Bempedoic Acid vs Placebo Added to Maximally Tolerated Statins on Low-Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol in Patients at High Risk for Cardiovascular Disease https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2754792 - N-of-1 Trial of a Statin, Placebo, or No Treatment to Assess Side Effects https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMc2031173 - Side Effect Patterns in a Crossover Trial of Statin, Placebo, and No Treatment https://www.jacc.org/doi/10.1016/j.jacc.2021.07.022 IV. The Technique of Critical Appraisal Why Evidence-Based Medicine Enthusiasts Could Use a Lesson in Persuasion https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/988227 You may also like: Medscape editor-in-chief Eric Topol, MD, and master storyteller and clinician Abraham Verghese, MD, on Medicine and the Machine https://www.medscape.com/features/public/machine The Bob Harrington Show with Stanford University Chair of Medicine, Robert A. Harrington, MD https://www.medscape.com/author/bob-harrington Questions or feedback, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Aesha Scott steps Behind The Rope. Aesha is here to chat about the full anthology of her Below Deck career - Med, Down Under and Galley Talk! Yes, everyone's fav Chief Stew has been busy AF! Aesha chats working with the Captains Sandy and Jason, Chief Stews Hannah and Bugsy, the infamous prescription drug fiasco and how she feels about this current season of Below Deck - Captain Lee's exit, Sandy as replacement and Fraser's freshman season as Chief Stew and working relationship, or lack thereof with Sandy. Aesha talks Below Deck drama from the past, current and future plus breaks down her epic weekend at BravoCon - hanging with Whitney and Heather (we thought they didn't get along?). Finally, Aesha opens about about her off screen beau, life between seasons, Kate Chastain and just what is next for this Yachtie and Reality TV star who does not seem to be slowing down any time soon. @aesha_jean @behindvelvetrope @davidyontef BONUS & AD FREE EPISODES Available at www.patreon.com/behindthevelvetrope BROUGHT TO YOU BY: SMALLS - smalls.com/VELVET (Use Promo Code VELVET for 50% Off Your First Order) INNOVATIVE EXTRACTS - ie-cbd.com (Use Promo Code VELVET for 40% Off Your First Order) NOM NOM - trynom.com/velvet (50% Off Your No Risk Two Week Trial) DAILY HARVEST - dailyharvest.com/velvet (Up To $40 Off Your First Box) ADVERTISING INQUIRIES - Please contact David@advertising-execs.com MERCH Available at - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/behind-the-velvet-rope?ref_id=13198 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Today we share our first ever Summer House interview. Stephen McGree, back when Summer House was the little Bravo show that could. We talk all about those early seasons and how we never could have predicted the mega hit that it has become. Of course, this is BTVR so we all bring the drama. Duh, we would not have it any other way. David sits down with Stephen McGee from Bravo's Summer House. Stephen explains what filming Summer House was like, answering questions such as what is real versus not real and how “involved" the producers are in the editing of the show. Stephen doesn't hold back in discussing which of his cast mates had legitimate drama during filming and who he considers to have created fake storylines. Stephen is brutally honest when telling us who he thinks made the show interesting and who he considers boring AF. We discuss his tumultuous relationship with Carl Radke, their fall out and his claims of Carl's “sexual activity” with members of the same sex. You mean the real drama was off camera? How shocking said in a sarcastic voice. Finally, Stephen chats about his friendship with fellow Bravolebrities Kristen Doute, LeeAnne Locken, Jill Zarin, Vicki Gunvalson, Juliet Angus, Stassi no last name needed, Lauren Wirkus, and last, but certainly not least, Jax & Brittany. @stephenmcgee @behindvelvetrope @davidyontef BONUS & AD FREE EPISODES Available at www.patreon.com/behindthevelvetrope BROUGHT TO YOU BY: INNOVATIVE EXTRACTS - ie-cbd.com (Use Promo Code VELVET for 40% Off Your First Order) DAILY HARVEST - dailyharvest.com/velvet (Up To $40 Off Your First Box) TRAILMIX GAMES - (Download Love & Pies for Free in the App Store or Google Play.) PELOTON - onepeloton.com/home-trial (Try Peloton Tread Risk Free With a 30 Day Home Trial) ADVERTISING INQUIRIES - Please contact David@advertising-execs.com MERCH Available at - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/behind-the-velvet-rope?ref_id=13198 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices