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Sullivan County Manager Derek Ferland is here as we talk about the events in Claremont the weekend prior, Alumni weekend, Chili Cookoff, Fall Festival and more. We talk about the plane named after Sullivan County, Derek's work in the Air Force with these planes, and how the airshow was. We talk about the nursing home project, the sober housing project, trails and much more.
In the final hour of The Night Cap, hosts Tim Murray and Shaun King welcome sports betting analyst Jared Smith to discuss the MLB postseason and college football. The guys dive into the NFL weekend and the college football matchup between Air Force and Boise State. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The ill counsel of a desert place, that would be howled out in the desert air . . . . Night has fallen on the desert, in this spookiest of seasons. Tonight we travel by the power of darkness and disinformation to Archuleta Mesa, in the Jicarilla Apache town of Dulce, New Mexico. We're going down, beneath the mountain, to see if the reptilian aliens and the gray aliens and the Air Force disinfo agents are really having gunfights down there, again. Strange new soundscapes from RedBlueBlackSilver, plus the first announcement of our November/December tour dates from California to Tennessee and back again. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=26080998 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Lourdes Curaçao is an Acadian-Cree, a musician, producer, Air Force veteran and a recipient of an Air Force Humanitarian Service medal for her performance as a first responder. She is a former member of the American Indian Movement (1994-2000). An indigenous activist and empirical researcher in applied linguistics and counter-extremism . She currently livestreams on Twitch and works as Director of Research, Training and Outreach at BeyondBarriersUSA.org. She is a story-teller and spoken word performer, and is author of two books, one satire and one parody. This episode includes the radio play "As for Tomorrow" written and produced by James Harrell and performed by James Harrell and Ilyana Kadushin.All Music and Lyrics by Harrell and Kadushin.
Jeremy and Matt are back to preview Week 7 of Mountain West football. This week is a full on conference-only slate with all 12 teams facing off in six games. A few of the big ones are Fresno State vs. Wyoming which will be an offensive vs. defensive matchup of epic proportions. The other game that could help shape the division race on the Mountain side of things is Boise State taking on Air Force. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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What are the advantages of living, working, and playing in a mixed use community? Business park? While the amenities may seem attractive to small business, Brooks in San Antonio is amping up the tired business model. A former U.S. Air Force base, Brooks houses International headquarters, hotels, apartments and a variety of small businesses into a dynamic ecosystem (with its own zip code). Connie Gonzalez is the newly minted Chief Strategy Officer for Brooks and shares what she sees for 2022 and beyond. SHOW NOTES: www.livebrooks.com
Lips are sealed around Norman, Oklahoma this week, but it sure looks and feels like the Sooners will be making a quarterback change. Will Caleb William be able to provide a spark for the Oklahoma offense? Join Joe Raineri, Dave Cokin, Ralph Michaels an Teddy Covers for College Football Daily as we preview the marquee Week 7 college football matchups, including Minnesota vs Nebraska; Boise State vs Air Force; Utah vs Arizona State; and Oklahoma vs TCU.#CollegeFootball | #NCAAF | #CFBThursday's Featured Games:Introduction 00:00Minnesota vs Nebraska 07:45Boise State vs Air Force 16:05Utah vs Arizona State 23:40Oklahoma vs TCU 31:25Final Thoughts 38:50
Our guest today is Dr. Morley Stone, the former Chief Technology Officer for the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and former Senior Vice President for Research at Ohio State University, who is now IHMC's Chief Strategic Partnership Officer. Morley is recognized as an international leader in biomimetics and human performance. In today's interview, we talk to Morley about his time as AFRL's chief technology officer as well as his stint as the chief scientist for the Air Force's 711th Human Performance Wing, which is responsible for providing technical oversight of projects geared to optimize human performance for the nation's air, space, and cyberspace forces. We also have a fascinating conversation with Morley about his early career and research into biomimetics, which is the study of using biological structures, materials and principles as models for the development of new materials, structures, and devices. In his new role at IHMC, Morley will become the institute's point person for public- and private-sector partnerships. He also will work with IHMC's scientists and research staff to help coordinate and implement the multitude of scientific projects the institute has in its pipeline. Show notes: [00:03:07] Dawn mentions that Morley grew up in a small steel producing town in Pennsylvania and asks him what he was like as a kid. [00:03:56] Ken asks Morley about his days as wrestler growing up and why he still today views wrestling as a special sport. [00:05:00] Dawn asks about Morley's move to Dayton, Ohio, when he was 17. [00:05:36] Dawn asks how Morley decided upon Wright State as opposed to the University of Dayton. [00:05:57] Morley tells the story of how a girl in college pointed out an ad for an internship and how that helped him decide to become a biochemistry major. [00:06:43] Dawn asks what happened to the girl who pointed out the aforementioned ad. [00:08:28] Ken asks Morley to talk about the Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) and the role of the lab's Materials and Manufacturing Directorate. [00:09:53] Dawn mentions that after earning his bachelor's degree, Morley had a short stint as a materials research engineer at the directorate before heading off to Carnegie Mellon University to work on a Ph.D. in biochemistry. Dawn asks why Morley chose to attend Carnegie Mellon. [00:11:08] Dawn mentions that in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, Morley had the good fortune to work with scientists who had the foresight to know that there was going to be a radical change in material science, which up until that point had been dominated by metals and ceramics. Morley talks about the most important lessons he learned from these colleagues and mentors. [00:12:41] Dawn asks about Morley's time as a research biologist, and eventually principal research biologist, at the Materials and Manufacturing Directorate after his Ph.D. [00:14:41] Ken asks Morley to explain biomimetics and discuss the systems that Morley and his colleagues looked at during his time at the Materials and Manufacturing Directorate, ranging from infrared sensing to instances of biological camouflage. [00:18:01] Dawn mentions that the creation of nanoscale materials for advanced structures has led to a growing interest in the area of biomineralization, she goes on to say that during Morley's time at the directorate, he especially researched the process of biomineralization and the assembly of nanostructured inorganic components into hierarchical structures, which led to the development of a variety of approaches that mimic the recognition and nucleation capabilities found in biomolecules for inorganic material synthesis. Morley discusses his 2002 paper in Nature Materials where he described the in vitro biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles using silver-binding peptides. [00:21:20] Dawn asks about Morley's 2004 paper in Advanced Materials where he and his colleagues had taken a protein that was responsible for thermal sensi...
In which we remember when one of the Stones was in the Air Force, the agony of loons pants, the genius of Irene Handl (and her screen roles: Mrs Crumbling, Miss Harker-Parker, Miss Slenderparts) and Bowie as the Goblin King in Labyrinth. Plus Cliff Richards' new ‘perv breeks', Steve Van Zandt visits Brian Jones' grave, the best short songs, when haircuts wreck a band and Ian Martin's live review of Rick Astley doing the Smiths. Irene Handl and Peter Sellers in Shadows on The Grass: https://open.spotify.com/track/5cdRF3u4UsywY4dZ2g0imJ?si=3967f42723834402Subscribe to Word In Your Ear on Patreon and receive every future Word Podcast before the rest of the world... plus a whole lot more!: https://www.patreon.com/wordinyourear Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We run through more than 20 college football and NFL games to discuss our favorite bets for the weekend, including several unders, the Chargers in Baltimore, Colorado's team total, and Air Force at Boise State.Air Horn: Indian Wells & Pacers' win totalMailbag Questions: @HighMotorPodBetMGM Odds: NFL Odds & College Football Odds
Welcome my friend! Today's episode is going to be a very vulnerable episode. I don't know who needs to hear this but I have been feeling the need to share this and so today is the day! We are digging into sobriety, my sobriety specifically, what brought it about, how I am doing and why this is an important thing to speak up about. I hope this episode resonates with you! If it does please share it with a friend, or share it on social media and tag me @itsanniegraft Uncomfy moments to tune in for: (5:07) Why I decided to do a sober weekend. (13:25) My takeaways from being a sober person during a night out on the town. (21:30) How to stay connected to your why, while changing something in your life. Resources & Links Check out my fitness app & the $5 discount available NOW! Use the code: FITLIFE https://www.anniefitlifefitme.com/about Get daily personal development inspiration, mindset practices, workouts, and lifestyle fun by following me on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/itsanniegraft/ Get podcast updates, inspiration to boost your day and, personal growth quotes by following the Let's Get Uncomfy Podcast on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/letsgetuncomfy.podcast/ About Annie Annie Graft is the CEO of Fit Life Fit Me, she has a passion for fitness, health, and personal growth. Annie found her love of fitness through her career in the Air Force and gymnastics. Her mission is to stand for more than just fitness or workouts because life is much more than abs! She wants YOU to find what sets your heart on fire and pursue that! Your life is in YOUR hands, so get up and go after your dreams! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/annie-graft/support
In this episode of Voices from the Field, NCAT's Southeast Regional Director and Director of NCAT's Armed to Farm Program Margo Hale, talks with Alvina, an Air Force Reservist who owns River Hill Ranch in Richmond, Kentucky.Alvina Maynard credits a commercial she happened to see on television while staying in in a hotel with inspiring her to raise alpacas.Alvina talks about her military background, her farming enterprises, and how her operation has grown. She also shares her experience accessing various USDA programs, including the Value-Added Producer Grant and EQIP. Alvina discusses the programs and services she has utilized, how those programs have helped her reach her farm goals, and tips for veterans and other farmers as they navigate USDA programs. Related ATTRA Resources: NCAT Armed to FarmWebsite NCAT Armed to FarmFacebook Veteran Resources Financing Your Farm: Guidance for Beginning Farmers Federal Conservation Resources for Sustainable Farming and Ranching Veterans Discuss USDA Programs High Tunnels and the NRCS Other Resources River Hill Ranch Farmer Veteran Coalition Kentucky Center for Agriculture and Rural Development USDA Veteran Initiatives USDA Service Center Locator USDA Farm Service Agency USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Step-by-Step: How to Get Assistance from NRCS USDA Rural Development Contact Margo Hale via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please complete a brief survey to let us know your thoughts about the content of this podcast. Please call ATTRA with any and all of your sustainable agriculture questions at 800-346-9140 or e-mail us at email@example.com. Our two dozen specialists can help you with a vast array of topics, everything from farm planning to pest management, from produce to livestock, and soils to aquaculture. You can get in touch with NCAT/ATTRA specialists and find our other extensive, and free, sustainable-agriculture publications, webinars, videos, and other resources at NCAT/ATTRA's website. You also can stay in touch with NCAT at its Facebook page. Keep up with NCAT/ATTRA's SIFT farm at its website. Also check out NCAT's Regional Offices' websites and Facebook Pages! Southwest Regional Office: Website / Facebook Western Regional Office: Website / Facebook Rocky Mountain West Regional Office: Facebook Gulf States Regional Office: Website / Facebook Southeast Regional Office: Website / Facebook Northeast Regional Office: Website / Facebook
In this episode of Tinker Talks, we discuss diversity and inclusion with Jose Milan, chief of Tinker's Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility office. Air Force Materiel Commander Gen. Arnold Bunch Jr. has said he wants AFMC to lead the Air Force in having a diverse and inclusive workforce. That's where Milan's DEIA team comes in. This episode is full of valuable information on how to make our workspaces more inclusive. Like General Bunch said, diversity, equity and inclusion are critical to the success of the command. Please give it a full listen and tell a friend to listen. Please don't forget to stay up-to-date with Tinker news and information: www.tinker.af.mil Facebook and Instagram - @TinkerAirForceBase Twitter - @Team_Tinker Until next time, thanks for listening, thanks for sharing and stay safe out there and respect one another.
Beyond flight command, there is a deliberate process for selecting officers for command. As Colin and Reed explore in this episode, this involves developmental teams (DTs), central selection boards, hiring authorities, as well as all the unwritten rules of the game.Music provided by Carlos Rivera. Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/carlos_r15/Send inquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.orgAudio production by Stephan Sanchez.Send inquiries to: email@example.comEmail your questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. Join the discussion about the podcast, the Air Force, officership, and the Profession of Arms at https://www.airforceofficerpodcast.com/.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AirForceOfficerPodcast/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/airforceofficerpodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/afofficerpodReddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/afofficerpodShare your officer stories of all flavors using #shootthewatch.
October is the month for show openings, it seems! Broadway News: The Broadway revival of David Mamet's American Buffalo, starring Emmy and Tony winner Laurence Fishburne, Oscar and Golden Globe winner Sam Rockwell, and Emmy and Golden Globe winner Darren Criss, will begin previews at Broadway's Circle in the Square Theatre the week of March 22, 2022. The limited 16-week engagement was in rehearsal when Broadway was shuttered due to COVID-19. Pass Over also closed on Broadway on Sunday, October 10. Chicken & Biscuits held their opening night on Sunday, October 10. We received a first look at the new Funny Girl revival starring Beanie Feldstein. Tina the Tina Turner Musical reopened on Friday, October 8. Adrienne Warren is playing Tina for a few more weeks before she takes her final bow on October 31. Lackawanna Blues cancelled opening night and performances on October 8th through October 10th, due to Rueben Santiago Hudson's back injury. Tina Satter's Is This A Room held its opening night on Monday, October 11.. The play stars Emily Davis as former Air Force intelligence specialist Reality Winner during her FBI investigation. Reviews have not come out yet at the time of this recording so we will read the reviews on our next episode. Casting: The national touring production of Tony-winning revival of Oklahoma! will begin performances at the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis, Minnesota on November 9 before heading out on a 25-city tour across the country. Leading the company is Sasha Hutchings as Laurey Williams, Sean Grandillo as Curly McLain, Chris Bannow as Jud Fry, Barbara Walsh as Aunt Eller, and Sis taking on the role of Ado Annie Carne. Follow @BwayPodNetwork on Twitter. Find co-hosts on Twitter at @AyannaPrescod and @CLewisReviews. Tickets for Is This A Room and Dana H. playing in rep at the Lyceum Theatre on Broadway are on sale NOW! Purchase HERE! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Colonel Nicole Malachowski is a nationally recognized fighter pilot and military commander. Her 21-year military career included flying 26 combat missions, serving as the first female Thunderbird pilot, serving as a White House Fellow in the administrations of Presidents Bush and Obama, and commanding the 333rd Fighter Squadron at Seymour Air Force Base in North Carolina. Colonel Malachowski is a member of the National Women's Hall of Fame and is the recipient of 11 Air Force medals including the Meritorious Service Medal, the Air Force Medal and the Air Force Commendation Medal. As commander of the 333rd Fighter Squadron, she participated in outdoor training “without taking precautions for preventing insect bites.” Upon returning from training, she visited military doctors to be treated for “flu like symptoms” and an “EM rash.” The doctor diagnosed her rash as a spider bite “because [they] don't have Lyme in North Carolina.” Shortly thereafter, Colonel Malachowski was stationed in Newport, Rhode Island and discovered an engorged tick on her leg. Her military doctors warned her to “watch for a rash,” which never appeared. Three months later she tested IgM positive for Lyme disease and was prescribed 28 days of antibiotics. Colonel Malachowski's health quickly declined over the course of the 3 years following her 2nd tick bite. She became wheelchair bound despite treating with 24 military and civilian doctors. She was finally “fully diagnosed” after she was granted permission to treat at the civilian Dean Center for Tick Borne Illness – Spaulding Rehabilitation Network. Unfortunately, the late-stage diagnosis and treatment were too late to preserve Colonel Malachowski's military career. She was forced to retire in 2017 because she contracted “tick-borne illnesses.” Today, Colonel Malachowski is a public speaker and patient advocate for people suffering from tick-borne illnesses. If you would like to learn more about how a fighter pilot is using her military education, experience and training to win the battle with Lyme disease, then tune in now!
The US is facing a shortage of EVERYTHING as global supply chains collapse. CEO's are making record bonuses as employees are working record hours. Air Force veteran is about to go public on alien intervention at nuclear bases.
Ashley McCaffrey is an Air Force veteran and special education teacher who's healing journey from PTSD has been bolstered by the aid of Hope, her service dog. Having the black lab by her side has allowed Ashley to feel more comfortable with everyday tasks, such as grocery shopping, as well as providing crucial support during a tough time teaching in the pandemic. The inseparable pair were matched by K9s For Warriors, a nonprofit organization uniting highly-trained service dogs with military veterans. Rory Diamond, the CEO, also shares a few words about the recently passed PAWS Act that aims to help unite as many veterans with service dogs as possible. For more information about the episode, guest, and featured social media or links: dogsavethepeople.com/episodes/ashley-mccaffrey
This episode's guest is Master Wheel Builder Bill Mould, a Columbia University and Yale-educated scientist and engineer who served as a college professor, Air Force colonel, and civilian pilot among other things, before ‘retiring' into his passion as a master mechanic and expert in bicycle physics and wheel building. He has written a book on bicycle physics and engineering, has hand-built more than 6,000 wheels, and continues to study wheels through research, experimentation, and conversations with experts around the world. In the industry, we affectionately refer to him as Bill Mould Wheels. Support the show (https://www.nbda.com/donate)
In this episode, Neil & Brittany discuss their upcoming move to North Carolina to pursue self-storage full time and live in a house hack across the street from the beach. In This Episode We Cover: We bought a house across the street from the beach with the intention of doing a house hack “someday maybe” - We will go into more detail on the house in a later episode. What led us to decide to make the move now? First, we call this podcast The Road to Family Freedom. Our goal is financial and location independence. We aren't there yet. But we have achieved a level of independence with our investments that allow us to take this leap, which is a risk, to try an experiment in working for ourselves...while living at the beach. Several things conspired to lead us to this decision: The death of my father in March of 2020. A best friend worked alongside him for 18 years. I realized that so much of my joy of going to work every day came from the experience of getting to be with my dad on a daily basis. Making up for lost time from when he was in the Air Force. I found I missed being able to walk down the hall and tell him something cool I'd just read, or how much fun it was to whine to him about the challenges of being a father, or just getting to go to lunch with him nearly every day. Suddenly going to work every day became a sad reminder of what was no longer there. COVID. Like many people, the pandemic has made us do a lot of soul searching about what's important in life. As we prepared for my father's long-delayed memorial, I was putting together a slideshow of his life. I kept coming back to these pictures of us from a time when we lived near the ocean. My mom and dad both describe those days in Florida as some of the happiest times of their life. Their kids were young, the work was easy, they were surrounded by other families, many of whom became lifelong friends, we lived near the water. I've always had a dream of living near the water, and I'd like to do it while our son is still young. We love house hacking, and we have a lot of experience house hacking with a short-term rental. Right as COVID hit in March of 2020, the short-term rental regulations in Las Vegas finally caught up with us after 6 years. We got shut down. That, combined with concerns over what COVID was going to do to the Las Vegas housing market, caused us to sell our house that we had owned since 2013. We ended up with a healthy chunk of cash from the equity we had accrued. So, we bought a house across the street from the beach with the intention of house hacking it eventually way down the road. Obviously, things changed. My work, since 2003, has been indirectly in support of the war effort in Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Global War on Terror. When the war in Afghanistan came to an end, it felt like the end of a chapter for me. So we sat down, did the math, and discovered we could financially take this risk. We aren't financially free. We don't have the income to sit on the beach all day drinking Pina Coladas. I prefer margaritas or Moscow Mules. But we've got savings and income streams to give us some time to work towards our next chapter. Follow Us: https://www.facebook.com/roadtofamilyfreedom/ (facebook.com/roadtofamilyfreedom/) https://www.instagram.com/roadtofamilyfreedom/?hl=en (instagram.com/roadtofamilyfreedom/) https://twitter.com/r2familyfreedom (twitter.com/r2familyfreedom) Other Stuff: If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. For show notes and past guests, please visit https://www.roadtofamilyfreedom.com/episodes/ (roadtofamilyfreedom.com/episodes/) Discover the tools and services we use, visit https://www.roadtofamilyfreedom.com/ (roadtofamilyfreedom.com/resources/)
Pt. 2 Stan Weisleder is a book author of THE DOGS OF BROWNSVILLE and "A Killer of Lions"at Amazon. Stan worked as an Actuary for most of his life. When he decided to retire it wasn't to sit on the back porch and watch the grass grow. He became a cop and put in 23 years with the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department, most of that time as a reserve Detective with the Child Abuse Unit of Special Victims about which he could tell you a lot of stories as well as having the distinction of being the oldest one to have graduated from their Academy. He also had his own internet radio program for three years where he interviewed people in the arts and entertainment, "The View From Over Here". One of his books, "A Killer of Lions", is the only novel ever written about the four squadrons of black fighter pilots during WWII that had to fight two Air Forces in order to be recognized, the Luftwaffe and the US Army Air Corp. Stan is also available as a speaker on what to do after you retire. Thank you for listening & supporting the podcast :) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sneakies https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/anonymouscontent Royal Girl (Marylin Hebert) Funds will go to sound and editing. Paypal (friends family) email@example.com https://www.patreon.com/sneakies Instagram @marylinartist LinkedIn: Marylin Hebert Please Subscribe to our YouTube:) https://www.youtube.com/user/Fellinijr/videos @aabanks @marylinartist Marylin Hebert Zombie Diaries: https://youtu.be/tBmgi3k6r9A Our books :) Young Adult wizard book series: "Margaret Merlin's Journal" by A. A. Banks at Amazon! :) https://www.instagram.com/margaretmerlinsjournal/ MMJ Book I The Battle of the Black Witch https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Battle-Black-ebook/dp/B01634G3CK MMJ Book II Unleashing the Dark One Science fiction action adventure https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Unleashing-Dark-ebook/dp/B01J78YH6I MMJ Book III The Mask of the Parallel World An Adventure in Italy https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Parallel-World-ebook/dp/B01KUGIZ8W/ MMJ Book IV The Quest for the Golden Key https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Quest-Golden-ebook/dp/B076FTTDQN Top kids podcast: Enchanting Book Readings https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/enchanting-book-readings-reviews/id1498296670 Other awesome podcasts: Thrilling Stories, Enchanting Book Readings, Girl's Guide To Investing, Legitimately Mallie & The Haunting Dairies of Emily Jane. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/girlmogul/support --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/filmaddicts/support
This is part one of a two-part interview with Maj Alan Serrano on the First Amendment. In it, we discuss the freedom of speech, the freedom of assembly, and the freedom of religion within the military. We tackle some of the most hot-button issues, including the interplay between free speech and the us of social media, how commanders grapple with curtailing certain types of speech, what constitutes an extremist group, and how the military typically handles requests for religious accommodations.
Nichole started out thinking she had it all until her clothing business nearly wiped out her savings in 2008. She felt the need to start a career in financial health and wellness and started spreading the word to other women, high school seniors and anyone who would listen that if this could happen to her - it could happen to anyone . Through her dedication and pure determination she nows has agents across the nation and speaks on stage about her story.She served in the US Air Force in Public Affairs and almost made the 2004 Olympic Soccer Team for Greece
Do What Matters Most! In this episode, Steve Shallenberger shared how he started his first company when he was only 16 years old and the lessons he has learned along his journey Take away: Know what's important to you and act on it. Action step: Get a copy of “Do What Matters Most” it will change your life. Money Learnings: Steve's grandfather introduced him to his mentor and he started his own company at a young age. Bio: Rob and Steve Shallenberger, Founder and CEO of Becoming Your Best Global Leadership, are devoted to helping individuals and organizations achieve their maximum potential. Steve has successfully led companies in four different industries and has a keen understanding of how to thrive in business. Rob has trained and coached hundreds of companies around the world, including many Fortune 500 organizations, in leadership, planning, and time-management. Previously, he served as an F-16 Fighter Pilot in the Air Force for 11 years. Their new book is Do What Matters Most: Lead with a Vision, Manage with a Plan, Prioritize Your Time (BK Publishers, Inc., May 18, 2021) Highlights from this episode: Link to episode page Steve started his first company when he was 16 What inspired him to write his book “Do What Matters Most” Create a personal vision that's written down Living your life by design Steve talks about setting up a pre-week plan www.BecomingYourBest.com SOCIAL MEDIA: https://www.facebook.com/BecomingYourBest https://www.linkedin.com/company/2928286 https://twitter.com/BYB https://www.instagram.com/becomingyourbestglobal/ Richer Soul Life Beyond Money. You got rich, now what? Let's talk about your journey to more a purposeful, intentional, amazing life. Where are you going to go and how are you going to get there? Let's figure that out together. At the core is the financial well being to be able to do what you want, when you want, how you want. It's about personal freedom! Thanks for listening! Show Sponsor: http://profitcomesfirst.com/ Schedule your free no obligation call: https://bookme.name/rockyl/lite/intro-appointment-15-minutes If you like the show please leave a review on iTunes: http://bit.do/richersoul https://www.facebook.com/richersoul http://richersoul.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org Some music provided by Junan from Junan Podcast Any financial advice is for educational purposes only and you should consult with an expert for your specific needs.
In this episode, we talk to Olga Custodio about finding success in a male-dominated profession, balancing family and professional life when pursuing career goals, why accessibility is the key to mentorship, and much more.Retired Lieutenant Colonel Olga Custodio didn't give up on her dream of serving her country when she was repeatedly blocked from enlisting in the military. Ten years after her first attempted she was finally accepted into the US Air Force, becoming the first Latina to complete graining in the U.S. Air Force as a military pilot. She also became the first Hispanic female pilot at American Airlines flying domestic and international routes retiring as a Captain after 20 years with American Airlines. She reflects on instructing and flying the supersonic T-38. While breaking barriers and overcoming challenges as a woman in a male-dominated profession throughout her career, Olga has gained valuable insights that she shares in this conversation and to her wider audiences. Olga is a consummate mentor. A mentor for mentors. She is a generous and supportive advocate for girls, inspiring and empowering students - especially those from underserved communities and middle-schoolers - to pursue careers in STEM generally and aviation / aerospace specifically.Topics Include:Being born into a military family in San Juan, Puerto RicoGrowing up abroadThe influence of Olga's mother and grandmotherVoicing your dreams and ambitionsFlying and training supersonic jet in the militaryBecoming the first female T-38 flight instructor at Laughlin Air Force Base.Inspiring and empowering women and young girlsWomen in STEMOlga's love for Hispanic arts and cultural heritageBallet Folklorico Borikèn, trans. The Puerto Rican Folk BalletThe “where there is a will, there is power” mantraAnd other topics…Olga Custodio is a former United States Air Force officer who became the first female Hispanic U.S. military pilot. Upon retiring from the military, she became the first female Hispanic commercial airline captain of American Airlines. Olga is a Trustee of the Order of Daedalians Foundation, a Board Member and Treasurer for the Women in Aviation Alamo City Chapter, and a Board Member for the Dee Howard Foundation. Custodio also serves as vice president of the Hispanic Association of Aviation and Aerospace Professionals (HAAAP). These organizations inspire young students in the San Antonio and surrounding areas to seek civilian and military aviation careers.Resources Mentioned:http://www.purflygirl.com/Want to connect? Visit us online and signup for the monthly WWF newsletter!Website – https://www.whenwomenfly.com/Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest – @whenwomenflyEmail – email@example.com
In this episode, Joe welcomes Air Force Veteran and founder of Life of a Military Child, Patisha Johnson, and Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force #19, JoAnne Bass to the Lounge. During their discussion, they chatted about the dynamics and challenges of a military family and discussed their upcoming collaborative project. Chief Bass' Book Recommendations: The Hundred-Year Marathon – Michael Pillsbury: https://amzn.to/3azmGlf Patisha's Song Recommendation: They That Wait – Fred Hammond: https://tinyurl.com/5bzvayvd Pre-order their co-authored book here: https://lifeofamilitarychild.net/shop-now/ols/products/danielle-is-resilent Check out the rest of Patisha's work and their collaborative project here: Website: https://lifeofamilitarychild.net/ This episode is brought to you by Blazing Star BBQ! https://www.blazingstarbbq.com/ Blazing Star BBQ is a veteran owned and operated by Mike Starr, who served more than 20 years to our nation. Mike is devoted to “Bringing unique flavors from his world travels to your backyard!” Check out his delicious rubs and sauces. You won't be disappointed! LLAMA LINKS Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LlamaLeadership Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/llamaleaders/ Website: http://llama-leadership.com Song: See How They Run - Mike Witmer | https://soundcloud.com/mike-witmer
Daniel Gomez is back on the 365 Driven Podcast after 3 years, and was first featured on the show on episode 3. Daniel is an Award-Winning Keynote Speaker, Business Coach, Executive Coach, Corporate Trainer and Podcast of the Year Recipient. Daniel speaks and coaches at events all over the world. He is the International Best-Selling Author of "You Were Born to Fly", a book written with the purpose of inspiring and helping people form high-performance habits and confidence to be the leaders of their own destiny. Daniel's passion and ability to unlock potential in people has made him a highly sought-out speaker for top organizations, including the U.S. Air Force. Daniel and Tony are both motivational speakers, and are passionate about helping others to better themselves and tap into their true potential. But where do motivational speakers pull their motivation from? Listen in as Daniel and Tony give the tough love and words of encouragement that everyone needs right now. For more information about this episode, visit https://365driven.com/episode220/
Today we're talking to Elaine Bryant. Elaine is a 20-year Air Force veteran and currently holds dual appointments as executive vice president for Aerospace and Defense at the Dayton Development Coalition and managing director for the Military and Federal Installation Sector at JobsOhio. In this episode, we're going to dive into how economic development activity relates to the military, as well as research and initiatives like the Air Force Research Lab, which are a treasure trove of uncommercialized technologies. The biggest theme or so what I hope you take away from this episode is that there is so much innovation available, you just need to know where to look. Our military has invested countless dollars in technology. There's so much to discover and cultivate in our own backyard, so let's go window shopping.
In this episode of The Therapy Show I talk with Dr. Steve Thayer about psychedelics, burnout and pivoting your skill set in the counseling field. Dr. Steve Thayer earned his undergraduate and graduate degrees at Brigham Young University, where his doctoral research focused on measuring and optimizing therapeutic relationships in group and individual psychotherapy. He has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in counseling skills, clinical psychology, and personality theory. He completed his clinical residency with the U.S. Air Force at Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center in San Antonio, Texas, receiving training in cutting-edge treatment modalities for PTSD. Following his residency, Dr. Thayer served as an activity duty clinical psychologist stationed at Barksdale Air Force Base in Shreveport, LA. While in the military, Dr. Thayer served as the Barksdale Mental Health Clinic Officer In Charge, managed the base Alcohol & Drug Abuse Prevention & Treatment (ADAPT) Program, provided therapeutic and assessment services and counseled military leadership about community mental health concerns. Dr. Thayer maintains his commitment to serving veterans and first responders through his position as the Executive Director of Therapeutic Operations for the World Voice Project. Learn more: Dr. Thayer's website:: Dr. Stephen Thayer - Clinical Psychologist (drstephenthayer.com) Podcast: Psychedelic Therapy Frontiers Connect with Dr. Thayer on IG:: Dr. Steve Thayer (@drstevethayer) Kevin Kelly's Essay 1000 True Fans:: https://kk.org/thetechnium/1000-true-fans/ Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS):: https://maps.org/ Center for Psychedelic and Consciousness Research:: https://hopkinspsychedelic.org/ If you are enjoying the show, please consider leaving me a 5 star rating and review on Apple podcasts here. Need continuing education contact hours? If so, I got you! I have 9 Podcourses available for your listening and learning pleasure! You can find them on my site and get your first one FREE! (And did you know I'm a NBCC approved provider?) I've made it my mission to provide you with continuing education that fits your busy lifestyle. No more having to sit in front of a computer to obtain your contact hours. You can listen to the Podcourses in between sessions, on your commute, while you walk your dog or make dinner! Just head to my site to check them all out. This episode brought to you by: Want to be more comfortable while sitting on the therapist couch? I sure did and went looking for athleisure wear and activewear that was soft, wrinkle resistant and would match just about anything I already had in my closet. I wanted stylish and high quality apparel that wouldn't break my bank account. And now Zyia Active makes up about 80% of my wardrobe. Want to learn more? Head to lisamustard.com/active-wear. Don't think this is just for women, they have mens' and kids' clothes too. Our family is loving the styles and quality while I love the price tags! So head over to my site to check it out. ZYIA is available in the US and Canada. My current faves for work: the work flow pants and parallel tanks. And I love these black leggings for any type of workout. Sign up here to receive the latest activewear releases, restocks, customer appreciation specials and offers - https://slkt.io/fWYE. I am an affiliate and receive a commission if you decide to purchase from the above links.
This week's story involves a long and arduous journey for a woman named Fran Kubes. She has been trying to get justice for her sister Anna Marie Mullin who was brutally murdered nearly 40 years ago. After her discharge from the Air Force, 22 year old Annamarie Mullin returned to civilian life and began enjoying life. She was a regular at the Caboose bar in Wilton Manors, Florida. She knew everyone and everyone knew her. On November 6, 1982. The young woman noticed a stranger in the bar. He wasn't a regular and no one knew him. Annamarie sat next to him and engaged in a conversation with him.He then began buying her drinks. She became intoxicated. At 230 am. Annamarie left the bar with the man who had bought her drinks. He said he would give her a ride home. Annamarie waved to the remaining customers and said goodnight to them. Little did they know, they would never see their young friend alive again. She would be dead within several hours. A few hours later at 7 am, members of the St. Clements Catholic Church began arriving for mass. What they saw would shock them. A dead woman was found on the front steps of the church. She had been raped, beaten and strangled. It was a horrific and brutal killing. The Wilton Manors Police Department soon arrived on the scene to investigate. The dead woman was identified as Annamarie Mullin from Ashland Massachusetts. Just a few hours earlier, she had left the Caboose bar and now she was dead. Her case has remained unsolved for nearly four decades. Can you identify her killer? If you have any information about this case, please contact the Broward County Sheriff's Department @ (954) 493-TIPS (8477). And if you would like more information about this case, please visit the Justice For Anna Marie Mullin FB page. Please also visit my website for more information about my true crime and paranormal newspaper columns at www.themarcabe.com. You can also help support my podcast by joining my true crime coffee club for $5 per month where you can read true crime stories. To join, please visit https://www.buymeacoffee.com/catchmykiller. If you would like to contact me about this podcast, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Stan Weisleder is a book author of THE DOGS OF BROWNSVILLE at Amazon. Stan worked as an Actuary for most of his life. When he decided to retire it wasn't to sit on the back porch and watch the grass grow. He became a cop and put in 23 years with the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department, most of that time as a reserve Detective with the Child Abuse Unit of Special Victims about which he could tell you a lot of stories as well as having the distinction of being the oldest one to have graduated from their Academy. He also had his own internet radio program for three years where he interviewed people in the arts and entertainment, "The View From Over Here". One of his books, "A Killer of Lions", is the only novel ever written about the four squadrons of black fighter pilots during WWII that had to fight two Air Forces in order to be recognized, the Luftwaffe and the US Army Air Corp. Stan is also available as a speaker on what to do after you retire. Thank you for listening & supporting the podcast :) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/sneakies https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/anonymouscontent Royal Girl (Marylin Hebert) Funds will go to sound and editing. Paypal (friends family) email@example.com https://www.patreon.com/sneakies Instagram @marylinartist LinkedIn: Marylin Hebert Please Subscribe to our YouTube:) https://www.youtube.com/user/Fellinijr/videos @aabanks @marylinartist Marylin Hebert Zombie Diaries: https://youtu.be/tBmgi3k6r9A Our books :) Young Adult wizard book series: "Margaret Merlin's Journal" by A. A. Banks at Amazon! :) https://www.instagram.com/margaretmerlinsjournal/ MMJ Book I The Battle of the Black Witch https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Battle-Black-ebook/dp/B01634G3CK MMJ Book II Unleashing the Dark One Science fiction action adventure https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Unleashing-Dark-ebook/dp/B01J78YH6I MMJ Book III The Mask of the Parallel World An Adventure in Italy https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Parallel-World-ebook/dp/B01KUGIZ8W/ MMJ Book IV The Quest for the Golden Key https://www.amazon.com/Margaret-Merlins-Journal-Quest-Golden-ebook/dp/B076FTTDQN Top kids podcast: Enchanting Book Readings https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/enchanting-book-readings-reviews/id1498296670 Other awesome podcasts: Thrilling Stories, Enchanting Book Readings, Girl's Guide To Investing, Legitimately Mallie & The Haunting Dairies of Emily Jane. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/girlmogul/support --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/filmaddicts/support
Jeremy and Matt are back to recap everything from Week 6 of Mountain West football play. There was an upset like Boise State upending BYU or Air Force showing off its passing game to beat Wyoming. Colorado State's defense had a great game and its offense should up as well to defeat San Jose State. San Diego State took care of business over New Mexico, and Nevada's Carson Strong had six touchdowns in its win over New Mexico State. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Vice Admiral Boxall was commissioned in 1984 and went on to become a surface warfare officer whose time in the navy included the commander of carrier strike Group 3 aboard the USS John C Stennis. He had command of the USS Lake Erie the USS Carney and was the executive officer of the USS Hue city. He served tours as a combat systems officer aboard the USS Simpson and the USS Ramage and was a division officer on the USS Merrell and USS Kinkaid. Currently, he is serving as the director for force structure resources and assessment which is the J8 on the joint staff.
Jen Griswold is a champion of female entrepreneurship and grit. Throughout her own 20 years in the Air Force, she learned what it truly means to go for hard goals in an environment that's not built for women. She then started a company with two toddlers in tow. Now the founder of a tech company for military small business owners, Jen is sharing her knowledge and mindset on today's episode of the Moments with an MEO podcast. Jen and I discuss the following topics: - Women in STEM fields, and other places women don't seem to "belong"- How Jen went from the Air Force to being a mother and milso running multiple businesses- Some terrifying statistics on women in tech fields and military spouses and corporate jobs - and why it matters- Ways to start a business without feeling overwhelmed or getting too complicated- Jen's mindset that completely changes the game for women entrepreneursTune in each week for a full guest episode as well as a Solosode from Britt! Like what you hear? Share about it! Tag us on Instagram @new_altitudes and @momentswithanMEOConnect with Britt: Website: www.new-altitudes.comInstagram: www.instagram.com/new_altitudes
Horror Movies To Watch: Horror Movie Double Feature. The Thing From Another World 1951. The Thing 1982Let's Talk A Couple Of Popular Horror Movie Franchises And My Definition Of Their Original Continuity. Mini-discussion of the continuity issues and road map to watch A Nightmare On Elm Street and Halloween movies. Star Trek alum William Shatner is making his way to space, and at 90 years old, he will set the record for the oldest person to do so.On Monday, Jeff Bezos' aerospace company Blue Origin announced the Emmy Award-winning actor will travel on the New Shepard rocket for the NS-18 mission.Here is what Shatner had to say: "I've heard about space for a long time now, I'm taking the opportunity to see it for myself. What a miracle."More than a fad, K dramas, especially the dark and twisted ones like Netflix's Squid Game are here to stay as a phenomenon. If you guys haven't seen this it reminds me a little like that movie Battle Royale, but this is not students, it is lower class citizens set up in a rigged game and competing for money. But the whole world and young people seem fascinated by it.Venom 2, which is actually called Venom: Let There Be Carnage, is crushing the box office with 90 M so far. I am hearing mixed things about the plot and quality of the monster fights but it is Venom. I am sure if you liked Part 1, you will like this one. My major issue is with the CGI of the Symbiotes. They all look and act the same like they just went into After Effects, Motion or PhotoShop and changed the color hue and that's it. Funny too because they have Andy Serkis who is like the best motion capture director too. Anyway, I am about to drop a potential spoiler or maybe just a cheeky rumor but viewers have gone online and said Venom gets blasted into the MCU by some energy burst at the end of the movie and he arrives when the news breaks that Peter Parker is Spider-Man, which happens during the Spider-Man movie Far From Home.Which horror movie original and its remake are we talking about tonight? Tonight's movies are THE THING FROM ANOTHER WORLD followed by THE THING.THE THING FROM ANOTHER WORLD 1951 -When scientist Dr. Carrington reports a UFO near his North Pole research base, the Air Force sends in a team under Capt. Patrick Hendry to investigate. What they find is a wrecked spaceship and a humanoid creature (James Arness) frozen in the ice. They bring their discovery back to the base, but Carrington and Hendry disagree over what to do with it. Meanwhile, the creature is accidentally thawed and begins wreaking havoc.THE THING - In remote Antarctica, a group of American research scientists are disturbed at their base camp by a helicopter shooting at a sled dog. When they take in the dog, it brutally attacks both human beings and canines in the camp and they discover that the beast can assume the shape of its victims. A resourceful helicopter pilot (Kurt Russell) and the camp doctor (Richard Dysart) lead the camp crew in a desperate, gory battle against the vicious creature before it picks them all off, one by one.Nick likes the jump scare in the 1951 original, David liked the scientists trying to reason with the Thing to comical effect, and John liked the ambiguous ending of the 1982 version.Dave also recommends Midnight Mass on Netflix.
Horror Movies To Watch: Horror Movie Double Feature. The Thing From Another World 1951. The Thing 1982Let's Talk A Couple Of Popular Horror Movie Franchises And My Definition Of Their Original Continuity. Mini-discussion of the continuity issues and road map to watch A Nightmare On Elm Street and Halloween movies. Star Trek alum William Shatner is making his way to space, and at 90 years old, he will set the record for the oldest person to do so.On Monday, Jeff Bezos' aerospace company Blue Origin announced the Emmy Award-winning actor will travel on the New Shepard rocket for the NS-18 mission.Here is what Shatner had to say: "I've heard about space for a long time now, I'm taking the opportunity to see it for myself. What a miracle."More than a fad, K dramas, especially the dark and twisted ones like Netflix's Squid Game are here to stay as a phenomenon. If you guys haven't seen this it reminds me a little like that movie Battle Royale, but this is not students, it is lower class citizens set up in a rigged game and competing for money. But the whole world and young people seem fascinated by it.Venom 2, which is actually called Venom: Let There Be Carnage, is crushing the box office with 90 M so far. I am hearing mixed things about the plot and quality of the monster fights but it is Venom. I am sure if you liked Part 1, you will like this one. My major issue is with the CGI of the Symbiotes. They all look and act the same like they just went into After Effects, Motion or PhotoShop and changed the color hue and that's it. Funny too because they have Andy Serkis who is like the best motion capture director too. Anyway, I am about to drop a potential spoiler or maybe just a cheeky rumor but viewers have gone online and said Venom gets blasted into the MCU by some energy burst at the end of the movie and he arrives when the news breaks that Peter Parker is Spider-Man, which happens during the Spider-Man movie Far From Home.Which horror movie original and its remake are we talking about tonight? Tonight's movies are THE THING FROM ANOTHER WORLD followed by THE THING.THE THING FROM ANOTHER WORLD 1951 -When scientist Dr. Carrington reports a UFO near his North Pole research base, the Air Force sends in a team under Capt. Patrick Hendry to investigate. What they find is a wrecked spaceship and a humanoid creature (James Arness) frozen in the ice. They bring their discovery back to the base, but Carrington and Hendry disagree over what to do with it. Meanwhile, the creature is accidentally thawed and begins wreaking havoc.THE THING - In remote Antarctica, a group of American research scientists are disturbed at their base camp by a helicopter shooting at a sled dog. When they take in the dog, it brutally attacks both human beings and canines in the camp and they discover that the beast can assume the shape of its victims. A resourceful helicopter pilot (Kurt Russell) and the camp doctor (Richard Dysart) lead the camp crew in a desperate, gory battle against the vicious creature before it picks them all off, one by one.Nick likes the jump scare in the 1951 original, David liked the scientists trying to reason with the Thing to comical effect, and John liked the ambiguous ending of the 1982 version.Dave also recommends Midnight Mass on Netflix.Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/bingewatcherspodcast)
Episode 43 – Nellis AFB Train Like You Fight: Preparing for Near-Peer Conflict Episode Summary: In episode 43 of the Aerospace Advantage podcast, Nellis AFB Train Like You Fight: Preparing for Near-Peer Conflict, 57th Wing Commander Brig Gen Michael "Johnny Bravo" Drowley joins host John ”Slick” Baum and co-host Lt Gen (ret.) David Deptula to discuss how the Weapons School, Red Flag, Aggressors, and other key facets of his team are developing and training the tactics, techniques, and procedures to address future threats, especially peer competitors like China and Russia. A key part of this comes down to integrating air, space, and cyber capabilities to leverage powerful effects at the right time and place. So, if you want to know where the Air Force is headed, you better understand what's happening over the skies of Nellis AFB with the 57th. Links: The Mitchell Institute Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Mitchell.Institute.Aerospace The Mitchell Institute LinkedIn Page: https://linkedin.com/company/mitchellaerospacepower The Mitchell Institute Twitter: @MitchellStudies The Mitchell Institute Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themitchellinstituteforaero/ @themitchellinstituteforaero Credits: Host: Lt Col John “Slick” Baum, USAF, ret. Producer: Daniel C. Rice Executive Producer: Douglas Birkey Guest: Brig Gen Michael “Johnny Bravo” Drowley, 57th Wing Commander, USAF Guest: Lt Gen (ret.) David Deptula, Dean, The Mitchell Institute for Aerospace Studies
Episode Notes In this episode, we look at one of the seminal sighting events of the 1950s through the eyes of newspaper readers, the Air Force, and the UFO community. We're going to Texas and we're gonna encounter some weather. Along the way, I'll mention a Contactee and a grifter. The music in this episode is "Night Shift" by the Moon Rock Orchestra. Learn more at They Came to Rock. And please check out next week's Strange Realities Conference! Support The Saucer Life! Website: saucerlife.com Twitter: @saucerlife Instagram: saucerlife Facebook Support The Saucer Life by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/the-saucer-life This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Blue Wire's Chase Thomas is joined by fellow University of North Georgia alumni and his good friend Matt Green to preview Week 6 in the college football season, Iowa vs. Penn State, Georgia vs. Auburn, Oklahoma vs. Texas, Wyoming vs. Air Force, Utah vs. USC, and so many other big affairs along with the coming expanded CFP Playoff, LSU losing Derek Stingley Jr., more NCAA scholarship and transfer portal changes and much more. Host: Chase Thomas Guests: Matt Green Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
What is up you guys! Happy October! I took the month of September off from the podcast, hopefully you guys had the chance to catch up with past episodes. I am feeling really good about October and so excited to get to these questions from you guys! Today I am answering questions you guys sent me on IG a few weeks ago they are SO good. I share some bits of advice and parts of my story that I have never shared on this podcast. I hope this episode inspires you to take action, to push past your fears, to see the world, to leave that relationship if it is making you happy. This is your one chance at this life my friend. Enjoy it. Uncomfy moments to tune in for: (4:50) Mindset & lifestyle Questions (20:21) Business Questions (25:04) Fitness (34:54) Relationships & dating (40:10) Travel (44:04) Miscellaneous Resources & Links Check out my fitness app & the $5 discount available NOW! Use the code: FITLIFE https://www.anniefitlifefitme.com/about Get daily personal development inspiration, mindset practices, workouts, and lifestyle fun by following me on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/itsanniegraft/ Get podcast updates, inspiration to boost your day and, personal growth quotes by following the Let's Get Uncomfy Podcast on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/letsgetuncomfy.podcast/ About Annie Annie Graft is the CEO of Fit Life Fit Me, she has a passion for fitness, health, and personal growth. Annie found her love of fitness through her career in the Air Force and gymnastics. Her mission is to stand for more than just fitness or workouts because life is much more than abs! She wants YOU to find what sets your heart on fire and pursue that! Your life is in YOUR hands, so get up and go after your dreams! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/annie-graft/support
In this interview, Kymberli Speight sits down and shares her definition of networking and why business relationships matter. About Kymberli Speight Kymberli Speight believes in enhancing your personal brand to reach your target audience. She is an author, professional speaker and executive coach. She wrote the book I Need To Know You: How to Meet Ordinary Extraordinary People and Improve Your Life where she chronicles her journey meeting 100 people in 100 days—their stories—and what she learned along the way. Kymberli knows people do business with, promote, and hire people they know, like, and trust, but first you must become known. She also believes that people's stories play a powerful role in changing the lives of others. Everyone, not just celebrities, has a story worth being told. She regularly speaks to audiences about networking and improving your personal brand. “Kymberli is an excellent presenter, and brought the material to life even in a virtual setting. Kymberli brought an interesting approach to relationship building to our Employee Resource Groups during our annual event. She connects well with her audience, shares stories and examples, and provides excellent expertise.” – Reggie Willis She is certified at the master's level with the Reach personal branding process and holds additional certifications in executive coaching, career coaching, Conversational Intelligence, and several others. Kymberli is currently serving as the President of NSAAustin. Her claim to fame is that she once spent $954M. Early in her career, as an active duty Air Force officer, she was the buyer for 36 McDonald Douglas F-15E fighter jets. Kymberli is married to a retired Air Force colonel and has two adult sons. She is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy and considers it a privilege to have served in the Air Force for 5 years active duty and 6 years in the reserves. Kymberli is passionate about giving back to the various communities she comes from. About The Book: "I Need To Know You" Wanting to improve your organization's work relationships? Build stronger business partnerships? Or perhaps gain and develop new customer relationships Do you need to find your new tribe or desire a more connected community? Meet ordinary, extraordinary people and improve your life. Whether for business or personal reasons, after reading I Need To Know You, you will walk away with the necessary tools to make more meaningful connections and then deepen those relationships. https://thomsinger.com/podcast/kymberli-speight Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In December 1980, just outside of London, several members of the U.S. Air Force spotted an indescribable craft in the forest. But this wasn't an ordinary sighting. It communicated with one of the officers — and offered an explanation about UFOs that completely turns the concept on its head. To view this episode's full list of sources, please visit parcast.com/supernatural Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices