Episode 131 In this episode of the Observers Notebook podcast, host Tim Robertson talks to the Chief Executive Director of The American Association of Variable Star Observers (AAVSO), Stella Kafka. The AAVSO is an international non-profit organization of variable star observers whose mission is to enable anyone, anywhere, to participate in scientific discovery through variable star astronomy. We accomplish our mission by carrying out the following activities: • observation and analysis of variable stars • collecting and archiving observations for worldwide access • forging strong collaborations between amateur and professional astronomers • promoting scientific research, education, and public outreach using variable star data. The American Association of Variable Star Observers (AAVSO) is a non-profit worldwide scientific and educational organization of amateur and professional astronomers who are interested in stars that change in brightness—variable stars. You can contact Stella at: email@example.com AAVSO website: https://www.aavso.org/ For more information you can visit the ALPO web site at: www.alpo-astronomy.org/ You can also support this podcast at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ObserversNotebook Listen to the podcast on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/observersnotebook Subscribe on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/observers-notebook-the-alpo-podcast/id1199301885?mt=2 I want to thank the Producers of this podcast, Steve Siedentop and Michael Moyer for their generous support of the Observers Notebook. Our Patreons: Jerry White Jason Inman Matt Will Steve Seidentop Matthew Benton Ken Poshedly Stephen Bennett Michael Moyer Shawn Dilles Frank Schenck Damian Allis Carl Hergenrother
A Little About Mike Morse:Mike Morse is the founder of Mike Morse Law Firm, the largest personal injury law firm in Michigan. Since being founded in 1995, Mike Morse Law Firm has grown to 150 employees, served 25,000 clients, and collected more than $1 billion for victims of auto, truck, and motorcycle accidents.Mike lectures across the country on the practice of law and how to build a successful law firm. Recently, he was named a #1 Amazon Best-selling author for his book on this topic, FIREPROOF. He is a member of the Michigan Association for Justice, the State Bar of Michigan, and the American Association for Justice. He is also involved in many organizations and charities including Project Backpack, a program he founded that provides free backpacks and school supplies to students most in need.Mike has received many awards and accolades including Lawyer's Weekly Leader in the Law, DBiz Top Lawyer, Super Lawyer's Top Rated Lawyer, and 21st Century Innovator. He has also garnered coverage from prominent news outlets and renowned publications such as The Today Show, Huffington Post, and Lawyers Weekly. Mike is often featured as a legal advisor on local news broadcasts in metro Detroit.Mike is a native of Detroit, Michigan, and a graduate of Harrison High School in Farmington, Michigan. He began his college education at the University of Arizona where he earned a Bachelors of Science in business. He graduated with honors in 1989 and then earned a Juris Doctor Degree Cum Laude from the University of Detroit School of Law.In his free time, Mike loves to golf, travel, and spend time with his three daughters.In this episode of The Millionaire's Lawyer, JP and Mike Morse discuss:Mike and JP start the conversation by mentioning their morning routines, and that they consist of:MeditationJournalingReadingPhysical ExerciseMike Morse is known for having one of the largest Personal Injury Law Firms out in MichiganHis vision was to do good work, with good people. Doing so has allowed him to scale to greater heights than he had imagined! This has allowed him to get referral after referral and grow to where he currently is, and grow even more.Morse has learned that there are two (2) types of leaders and that you should only be one of them:Visionaries, the ones who can't stop visioning where they want to beManagers, the ones who ensure that everything is getting completed effectively and efficientlyIt is important to know your data, and more importantly, the basic data; Mike finds ways to ask people he is professionally interested in by trying to figure out if they know:How long does a case take?How many cases do you take on a week?What is the average billable?Mike has written a book called FIREPROOF, and it is about how to build a business that is resilient to everything.To see if the staff and teams can continue to work remotely he: He looks at the numbers to ensure the output remains the sameClients remain happyCourt Dates are still metIf Mike feels like they are still productive and hitting their number he will allow the remote work to continueIt is crucial to embrace reality and adapt to the current environment.Morse mentions to JP that he feels it is fundamental to have processes for everything, and the more people you have working for you, the more important it is.Keeping people on the same page throughout the office can be done by:Weekly meetingsSet agendasHandbooksAccountabilityCommunicate to team members oftenMike tells JP the importance of being intentional with your time, and how he found it has made his life much more positive, productive, and happier.TIP OR TRICKHire a coach, there is a coach for everything. They help guide you, get you unstuck, and hold you accountable.Connect with Mike Morse:TwitterInstagramFacebookLinkedInYouTubeFIREPROOFConnect with your host, JP:TwitterInstagramFacebookWebsiteShow:LinkedInEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 1-833-890-8878THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSOR:Conduct LawWebsite
CCG Media presents High-Tech Sunday. On today's episode of High-Tech Sunday, our hosts, Rayondon Kennedy and Lango Deen sit down with Manager of Codes and Standards and Laboratory Services for DTE Energy and 2021 Women of Color STEM Conference Special Recognition awardee, Frenae Smith, for a conversation on Don't Pay It Back, Pay It Forward. In 2009, Smith led the Laboratory in becoming the First Energy Lab in the United States to receive The American Association for Laboratory Accreditation. In addition, Smith belongs to organizations such as the American Gas Association, Midwest Energy Association, and the National Society of Black Engineers, just to name a few. Frenae takes the time to volunteer with the Engineering Society of Detroit with Future Cities and the Engineering & Technology Job Fair. Continuing her efforts in giving back to the community, Smith is also active with United Way and Junior Achievement Job Shadowing Program, where she coordinates approximately 75 high school students with an on-site career day at DTE Energy. Keep up with Frenae using the social media links below! Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Career Communications Group's High-Tech Sunday looks at professional development in technology through the lens of spiritual philosophies. In a time when digital information is critical more than ever, this weekly program is produced by and for CCG's community of alumni and professionals in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields, thought leaders, and aspiring students, to bring a concentrated discussion around technological advancements and achievements based on universal moral principles. The one-hour podcasts will be streamed every Sunday. The podcasts can be accessed through the BEYA Facebook page, Women of Color Facebook page, and CCG YouTube page in addition to Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, and Spotify. Please join us next time.
Modern relationships face some pretty unique challenges, and sometimes it seems like those challenges are only growing. Thankfully, there are people out there like Liz Earnshaw! This was such an enjoyable discussion, and we go heavy on modern dating and marriage problems, "pathologizing" your partner, the shifting meaning of things like marriage and partnership, the need for flexibility, even the changes in gender roles. If you're with someone currently, dive in together! Over the last decade, Elizabeth Earnshaw, LMFT has become one of today's most trusted relationship teachers. Elizabeth is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Clinical Fellow of The American Association of Marriage & Family Therapy. She is the Head Therapist at Actually, where she is working to make relational wellness mainstream & accessible. She also owns A Better Life Therapy in Pennsylvania & New Jersey, where she supports clinicians who are helping couples every day. She trains and supervises therapists as an Approved AAMFT Supervisor. In addition to making couples therapy more accessible, she is the author of “I Want This To Work”. Elizabeth is also the host of Hash it Out on Good Risings where she offers advice to everyday relational conundrums. She is frequently asked to talk about relationships with media outlets like Mind Body Green and The Huffington Post and has been featured on numerous podcasts. Connect with Liz -Website: https://www.elizabethearnshaw.com/ -Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lizlistens/ -Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lizlistens -Book; I Want This To Work: An Inclusive Guide to Navigating the Most Difficult Relationship Issues We Face in the Modern Age: https://amzn.to/3lh0T7W Did you enjoy the podcast? If so, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or Podchaser. It helps us get into the ears of new listeners, expand the ManTalks Community, and help others find the self-leadership they're looking for. Are you looking to find purpose, navigate transition, or fix your relationships, all with a powerful group of men from around the world? Check out The Alliance and join me today. Check out our Facebook Page or the Men's community. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify For more episodes visit us at ManTalks.com | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter Editing & Mixing by: Aaron The Tech See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. Farhana Sultana is an Associate Professor in the Department of Geography and the Environment at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs of Syracuse University, where she is also the Research Director for Environmental Collaboration and Conflicts at the Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflicts and Collaboration (PARCC).Dr. Sultana is an internationally recognized interdisciplinary scholar of political ecology, water governance, post‐colonial development, social and environmental justice, climate change, and feminism. Her research and scholar-activism draw from her experiences of having lived and worked on three continents as well as from her backgrounds in the natural sciences, social sciences, and policy experience.Prior to joining Syracuse, she taught at King's College London and worked at United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Author of several dozen publications, her recent books are “The Right to Water: Politics, Governance and Social Struggles” (2012), “Eating, Drinking: Surviving” (2016) and “Water Politics: Governance, Justice, and the Right to Water” (2020). Dr. Sultana graduated Cum Laude from Princeton University (in Geosciences and Environmental Studies) and obtained her Masters and PhD (in Geography) from the University of Minnesota, where she was a John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Fellow.She was awarded the Glenda Laws Award from the American Association of Geographers for “outstanding contributions to geographic research on social issues” in 2019. · www.farhanasultana.com· www.oneplanetpodcast.org · www.creativeprocess.info
What gets measured, gets improved. In this episode, Ryan Moynihan joins Dino to talk about GAIDGE and how they can help you improve your practice's efficiency, profitability and health using business intelligence. Gaidge provides clarity, saves time and simplifies the tracking and management of your critical metrics, so you and your team can remain focused on what matters most - your patients. REFERENCE: 1. This Is Day One: A Practical Guide to Leadership That Matters by Drew Dudley For more information and any queries, you can contact him at: Website: https://www.gaidge.com/ Ryan Moynihan is the CEO of Gaidge. He is a dynamic, efficient, and driven Sales, marketing and finance Manager with over 19 years' experience with Fortune 100 companies in areas of health care, consulting, and technology. He has extensive experience building high-performance teams and designing clear, executable sales and marketing plans. He is a highly creative, motivational leader with strong interpersonal and communication skills. DINO'S BIO: Dino Watt is a dynamic, highly sought after keynote speaker, private practice business advisor, best selling author, and certified body language and communication expert. As a business relationship expert, Dino understands that people are the heart of any business. His interactive training style will bring your audience to roaring laughter and move them to tears. Whether he is training on C.O.R.E Culture, Sales and Sales Support, or Making love and business work, your audience will rave about Dino and the energy he brings to every event. Dino has spoken for MKS, American Association of Orthodontists, PCSO, Pitts Progressive Study Group, The Shulman Study Club, Keller Williams, Sotheby's, DentalTown, Ortho2, OrthoVoice, and many others. Out of all the accolades Dino has received, the one he is proudest of is title of PHD, Passionate Husband and Dad. Dino has been married to his wife Shannon for 24 years and together they have raised 3 amazing adults.
Michael L. Wehmeyer and Jennifer A. Kurth share their book Inclusive Education in a Strengths-Based Era: Mapping the Future of the Field. This is episode 431 of Teaching Learning Leading K12, an audio podcast. Michael L. Wehmeyer is the Ross and Marianna Beach Distinguished Professor of Special Education; Chairperson, Department of Special Education and Director and Senior Scientist at the Beach Center on Disability, all at the University of Kansas. He is a past-president and Fellow of the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, and the Council for Exceptional Children's Division on Autism and Developmental Disabilities, a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, Division 33 Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities/Autism Spectrum Disorders, and a Fellow of the International Association on the Scientific Study of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Jennifer A. Kurth is Associate Professor of Special Education at the University of Kansas. Her academic interests include methods implementing inclusive education, including methods of embedding critical instruction within the context and routines of general education as well as methods of providing appropriate supports and services for individual learners. Today we are talking about Mike and Jenny's book, Inclusive Education in a Strengths- Based Era: Mapping the Future of the Field (WW Norton & Company, 2021) Thanks for listening. So much to learn! But wait... The holidays can be a particularly stressful time of year if you don't have a plan. Well have I got the solution for you! Join my friend Lynn with "Connect.Flow.Grow." in her launch of... Stress Less Holidays! Lynn will teach you how to evaluate your stress and develop a plan to reduce it. Learn more about Stress Less Holidays and join by clicking on this link Stress Less Holidays ...the link will take you to where you can find out more information and sign up… Could you do me a favor? Please go to my website at https://www.stevenmiletto.com/reviews/ or open the podcast app that you are listening to me on and would you rate and review the podcast? That would be Awesome. Thanks! Ready to start your own podcast? Podbean is an awesome host. I have been with them since 2013. Go to https://www.podbean.com/TLLK12 to get 1 month free of unlimited hosting for your new podcast. Remember to take a look at NVTA (National Virtual Teacher Association) The NVTA Certification Process was created to establish a valid and reliable research-based teacher qualification training process for virtual teachers to enhance their teaching and develop their ongoing reflective skills to improve teaching capacity. NVTA is an affiliate sponsor of Teaching Learning Leading K12, by following the link above if you purchase a program, Teaching Learning Leading K12 will get a commission and you will help the show continue to grow. Don't forget to go to my other affiliate sponsor Boone's Titanium Rings at www.boonerings.com. When you order a ring use my code - TLLK12 - at checkout to get 10% off and help the podcast get a commission. Thanks! Have an awesome day! Connect and Learn More: https://wwnorton.com/books/9781324015994 https://specialedu.ku.edu/michael-wehmeyer https://specialedu.ku.edu/jennifer-kurth Length - 01:08:17
Writer and professor Kathryn Paige Harden discusses her book "The Genetic Lottery: Why DNA Matters for Social Equality," with journalist and author Carl Zimmer. Kathryn Paige Harden is a professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin, where she leads the Developmental Behavior Genetics lab and co-directs the Texas Twin Project. Her research has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Atlantic, and Huffington Post, among others. In 2017, Harden was honored with an award from the American Psychological Association for her distinguished scientific contributions to the study of genetics and human individual differences. Carl Zimmer writes the "Matter" column for The New York Times and has frequently contributed to The Atlantic, National Geographic, Time, and Scientific American. He has won the American Association for the Advancement of Science's Journalism Award three times. Zimmer teaches science writing at Yale, and has been a guest on NPR's "RadioLab," "Science Friday," and "Fresh Air." Zimmer is the author of fourteen books about science.
Many people are now rushing to catch up on medical care they missed or postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you're on of those people, what should you do next? How can you be most prepared when you schedule time again for preventative care? What's the best way to catch up postponed doctor visits? About the Interview In this episode of Hilary Topper on Air, Hilary speaks with Robert Fallarino, attorney at Pegalis Law Group, LLC - a New York law firm for those suffering as a result of medical errors and personal injury. Listen as Robert talks about what questions to ask your physician when you do make your way back to your doctor. Hear about what to bring with you to your appointment to be best prepared to advocate for your health and well-being. In addition, learn ways to stay in control of your own health and how best to catch up on postponed doctor visits. About Robert Fallarino Robert is a trial attorney with thirty years of experience leading medical malpractice litigation, complex labor law, and product defect litigation. Notably, he obtained the fourth highest verdict in New York State for medical negligence, and a top ten verdict overall, in 2012. Robert has dedicated his career to compassionately helping people who have endured life-altering and catastrophic injuries. He strives to resolve matters in the most advantageous setting for his clients, whether that means obtaining a jury verdict, a court conference settlement, or by use of a mediator. Time and again, Robert has resolved cases for millions of dollars for patients who have been victims of medical negligence across NY State and around the nation including in North Carolina, Nebraska, Idaho, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania. Robert ensures his clients from all walks of life feel comfortable with every aspect of the legal proceedings, and confident of the decisions throughout the legal process. Robert has been named to 2020, 2019, 2018, and 2017 list of Best Lawyers in America® which each year recognizes only 5% of all attorneys across the country. He has also been named every year since 2012 to the New York Metro Super Lawyers© List, for peer recognition and professional achievement. Robert is active in community matters. He currently serves as the vice president of the East Williston Union Free School District Board of Education and has served on the board since 2009. He previously volunteered to serve the public as a prosecuting attorney for The Village of Floral Park. To fulfill his professional and community service roles, he relies on the support of his wife and his sons, who are life-long residents of Long Island, NY. Robert is admitted to practice law in New York, North Carolina, and the District of Columbia, as well as in the Federal Courts for Eastern and Southern Districts of New York and the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. He is a member of the New York State Bar Association, North Carolina Bar Association, New York State Trial Lawyers Association, Nassau County Bar Association, Washington D.C. Bar Association, and American Association for Justice. Robert obtained his law degree from St. John's University School of Law where he was a Thomas More Scholar. He graduated magna cum laude from St. John's University with a bachelor's degree in government and politics. Contact Pegalis Law Group, LLC Pegalis Law Group represents people suffering from preventable medical errors and personal injury. We strive for accountability by advocating for clients to ensure safer medical practices for better patient care. To discuss your medical/legal situation, call Pegalis Law Group at 516-684-2900. There is never a fee for legal consultations. To contact Robert or learn more about Pegalis Law Group visit https://pegalislawgroup.com/.
Jon Wergin has been Professor of Education Studies at Antioch University's Graduate School of Leadership & Change since 2003, following a 30-year career at Virginia Commonwealth University, where he won awards for both teaching (1996) and scholarship (1998). He was the founding director of the Forum on Faculty Roles and Rewards in the American Association for Higher Education in 1992, and continued an active association with AAHE until 2004, focusing his scholarship on leadership and change in higher education. He is the author or co-author of 18 books and monographs, 13 book chapters, and 64 scholarly papers, and has given invited addresses to more than 100 colleges, universities, and professional organizations on such topics as faculty development, evaluation research, professional education, curriculum development in higher education, evaluation and change in higher education, and department chair development. His most recent book is Deep Learning in a Disorienting World. After nearly 20 years with Antioch, Jon moved to semi-retirement status in July 2020.Quotes I Enjoyed From This Episode"There's a deep learning mindset that gives us permission to continually be curious about the world."(Deep learners) "are driven by a sort of 'humble curiosity,' that there's always more to know. And the result of that knowledge will make for a more satisfying and efficacious life.""It's, putting yourself in that state of what I call 'constructive disorientation.' How do you find that sweet spot between comfort and anxiety? That place where you are just uncomfortable enough to be motivated to examine your feelings and reflect. But not so uncomfortable that you want to pull back, escape, and go to a more comfortable place. It can be a very narrow band."Resource Mentioned in This EpisodePodcast: Growing as Grownups Podcast - Robert Kegan and Keith EigelBook: Caste by Isabel WilkersonFilm: In and Of ItselfAbout The International Leadership Association (ILA)The ILA was created in 1999 to bring together professionals with a keen interest in the study, practice, and teaching of leadership. Connect with Scott AllenWebsite
Barbara Powers, DVM, DACVP, worked as a pathologist and researcher in cancer and radiation pathology at Colorado State University before becoming Director of CSU's Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratories. At CSU, she and her colleagues validated an ELISA for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) in cervids and established one of the country's largest CWD testing centers. During the more than 30-year stint at CSU, she was also president of Colorado Veterinary Medical Association from 2003-2004 and president of the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians (AAVLD) from 2006-2007. Barbara E. Kitchell, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, graduated from Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1979. Dr. Kitchell completed an internship at the University of Minnesota, then residencies in Small Animal Medicine and Oncology at UC Davis from 1981-1985. She received her PhD (emphasis in Cancer Biology) from the Department of Comparative Pathology at UC Davis in 1994. She is the Director of Residency Training Programs for VCA, as well as staff oncologist at Vet Care. Kitchell is an ACVIM Diplomate in the specialties of Internal Medicine and Oncology. She is past president of the Veterinary Cancer Society and Past Chair of the Board of Regents of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine.
This talk was delivered on October 11, 2021 at The University of Oklahoma. For information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the Speaker: Stump received a BA in classical languages from Grinnell College (1969), where she was valedictorian and received the Archibald Prize for scholarship; she has an MA in biblical studies (New Testament) from Harvard University (1971), and an MA and PhD in medieval studies (medieval philosophy) from Cornell University (1975). Before coming to Saint Louis University, she taught at Oberlin College, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, and University of Notre Dame. Currently, she also holds secondary or honorary appointments at Wuhan University, the University of St Andrews, and Australian Catholic University. She has published extensively in medieval philosophy, philosophy of religion, and contemporary metaphysics. Her books include her major study Aquinas (Routledge, 2003), her extensive treatment of the problem of evil, Wandering in Darkness: Narrative and the Problem of Suffering (Oxford, 2010), and her recent treatment of the Christian doctrine of the atonement, Atonement (Oxford, 2018). Among the named lectureships she has given are the Gifford Lectures (Aberdeen, 2003), the Wilde lectures (Oxford, 2006), the Stewart lectures (Princeton, 2009), and the Stanton Lectures (Cambridge, 2018). In 2013, the American Catholic Philosophical Association awarded her the Aquinas medal. She has held grants from the Danforth Foundation, the Mellon Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the American Association of University Women, the National Humanities Center, and the Pew Charitable Trust. In addition, she has received several teaching awards, including, in 2004, the Robert Foster Cherry Award for Great Teaching from Baylor University. For 2013–15, together with John Greco, she held a $3.3 million grant from the John Templeton Foundation for a project on intellectual humility. In 2017 she was awarded an honorary doctorate from Tilburg University, the Netherlands. She is past president of the Society of Christian Philosophers, the American Catholic Philosophical Association, the American Philosophical Association, Central Division, and the Philosophers in Jesuit Education. She is also a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
The pandemic has cast new light upon healthcare disparities. Vaccine hesitancy in minority communities has led to further discussions of infant mortality and other care disparities. On this episode of SoundPractice, we speak with Shannon Prince, PhD, JD, author of the new book, Tactics for Racial Justice: Building an Antiracist Organization and Community. Dr. Prince provides both disturbing statistics and practical suggestions to combat healthcare disparities. Her book is offered to SoundPractice listeners at a discount. https://www.routledge.com/Tactics-for-Racial-Justice-Building-an-Antiracist-Organization-and-Community/Prince/p/book/9780367700287, discount code FLY21. This is an important topic that directly impacts millions of Americans. You will find Dr. Prince's idea thought provoking on this episode of SoundPractice. Shannon Prince, PhD, JD Learn more about the American Association for Physician Leadership at www.physicianleaders.org
The Encouragement Engineering podcast offers listeners the ability to combat the negativity that inundates our daily lives with a positive perspective and positive actions. Our guest today is Kamini Wood. Kamini Wood is the founder and CEO of Live Joy Your Way and the AuthenticMe® RiseUp program. An international best-selling author Kamini is driven to support people of all ages heal the relationship with themselves and to stop outsourcing their self-worth. Her clients become their own confident, resilient self-leader with healthier relationships. Kamini is a certified life coach, board-certified by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners, holds specialty certifications in Calling in the One® , Conscious Uncoupling®, NewMoney Story® and teen life coaching. Also trained in conscious parenting, Kamini aims to meet her clients where they are, supporting and guiding them on their journey to where they want to be, both personally and professionally. Listen as we discuss: Beliefs Choices Procrastination Flexibility Website: www.kaminiwood.com www.chatwithkamini.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/itsauthenticme Instagram: www.instagram.com/itsauthenticme Be sure to follow The Encouragement Engineering podcast at https://encouragementengineer.com or https://bobbrummspeaks.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Dr. Lieff is a nationally recognized neuropsychiatrist and foremost expert on cellular communication science and how it's our cells communicating with each other that causes feelings, sickness, thoughts, and disease in our bodies. He recently wrote the book 'The Secret Language of Cells: What Biological Conversations Tell Us About the Brain-Body Connection, the Future of Medicine, and Life Itself https://amzn.to/3hnosdh Dr. Lieff is a graduate of Yale and holds a Doctorate in Medicine from Harvard Medical School; he is a known innovator in several medical fields and the leading neuropsychiatrist investigating cellular conversations. The cellular conversation is a pioneering study and a new way of understanding how our cells have constant intelligent chatter between them, showing no separation of brain-body, mind-body, or brain-immune. As a Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and former president of the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry, Dr. Lieff is an expert in the field of neuropsychiatry. He has delivered innumerable lectures on neuroscience, psychopharmacology, brain injury, dementia, and depression for audiences of physicians, other health care providers, and the general public. Social Media Links: https://twitter.com/jonlieffmd
Are there really no more discoveries in human anatomy? In this episode, I'll review some recent discoveries: the rise of the fabella, macrophage barriers, the interstitium, button and zipper junctions, lymph node micro-organs, new vessels in bones, and tubarial salivary glands. 00:00 | Introduction 00:41 | Is Anatomy Finished? 03:44 | Sponsored by AAA 04:16 | Rise of the Fabella 11:52 | Sponsored by HAPI 12:38 | Macrophage Barriers 23:18 | Sponsored by HAPS 23:55 | Interstitium 27:48 | Button and Zipper Junctions 35:28 | Lymphatic Micro-Organ 40:05 | Free Update Newsletter 41:05 | New Vessels in Bones 44:44 | Tubarial Salivary Glands 52:37 | Staying Connected ★ If you cannot see or activate the audio player, go to: theAPprofessor.org/podcast-episode-105.html
The swine industry has adapted with each decade to improve the efficiency of the industry as a whole. Over the years we have made some mistakes as well as many advances, and learning from those mistakes and repeating those successes are the keys to continue improving. In today's talk with Dr. Connor, we learn about how we have managed diseases in the past, and how to use what we have learned to better manage current and potential future diseases. "
Meet Gregg Braden Gregg Braden is a six-time New York Times best-selling author, researcher, educator, lecturer and is internationally renowned as a pioneer bridging modern science, spirituality, and human potential. From 1979 to 1991 Gregg worked as a problem solver during times of crisis for Fortune 500 companies, including Cisco Systems, where he became the first Technical Operations Manager in 1991. He continues problem-solving today as he merges modern science and the wisdom of our past to reveal real-world solutions to the issues that challenge our lives. His research has led to 15 film credits and 12 award-winning books now published in over 40 languages. Gregg is a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and is active with visionary organizations, including the HeartMath Global Coherence Initiative and The Arlington Institute. He has presented his discoveries in over 30 countries on six continents and has been invited to speak to The United Nations, Fortune 500 companies, and the U. S. military. The United Kingdom's Watkins Journal lists Gregg among the top 100 of "the world's most spiritually influential living people" for the 6th consecutive year. He is a 2020 nominee for the prestigious Templeton Award, established to honor "outstanding individuals who have devoted their talents to expanding our vision of human purpose and ultimate reality." This is the third time (be sure to also check out Thrive Now) I gratefully had Gregg on as a guest. In this episode, he spoke on his course Radical Resilience and answered many of your questions (thank you, You-est You soul seekers for sending in your inquiries). I think you'll find this conversation extremely powerful, informative, hopeful, and empowering about your innate human design and ways to reclaim your sovereignty and well-being. Gregg Braden has become a mentor, inspiration, friend, and someone who is steeped in science and the facts, yet is here to remind us that we are wired for health, well-being, goodness, kindness, and resilience. You might want to read that again. This is such hopeful and uplifting news. We all have incredible inner power and healing abilities. This is a time to go deep within and reconnect to our divine nature and inner workings. The Secret of a Long Life and Your Powerful Soft Technology You're going to love this way of looking at longevity. The research we do have is substantial in supporting the power of our mind, body, and the way we live our lives as it affects our health, vitality, and sense of youth. Gregg Braden shared the secret to a long life is to constantly go through a healing process. There are two ways we typically look at this: 1) traditional linear aging: this is where you are born with a certain amount of life force, and every day you lose some of that life force. In this model, we're conditioned to believe that aging equals deterioration, but it doesn't have to be that way at all. 2) Cyclic aging: you are always moving forward in chronological time and still reversing the aging process through lifestyle choices and factors, such as the way you treat your body, your mindset, what you envision, and how you're managing stress because of epigenetics (which has found that 99% of your health and well-being is dependent on lifestyle factors, with only 1% due to actual genetics). Epigenetics is excellent news, and when you manage your health through excellent nutrition, clean water, supplements, breath, movement, and mind the way you think, you can upgrade your biology and DNA. Our neurons in our brain respond to the image we see of ourselves. These neurochemicals match our picture, which hopefully reminds you of the power you have to envision yourself healthy, fit, full of vitality, and well. It All Comes Down to This Question I love Gregg Braden's teachings and work because of the greater positive forces surrounding us and our ability to tap into our own consciousness, heart intelligence, and field of intelligence to create the results we desire. The central question to really ask yourself is this; "Do you love yourself enough to allow this love to work in your life, to give yourself what you need and what is most loving?" In the end, it all comes down to love. This is an important question to ponder and can be used with any situation at any time. The litmus test becomes based on a loving framework where you are asking yourself what is most loving. The choice to take action is, of course, up to you. Your Innate Healing Abilities and Aging Gregg Braden shared about a nun he had met in Tibet who was extraordinarily wise with incredible energy. She looked like she could be in her 70's and still remembered events over a century ago. He later found out that this woman was 120 years old. Did she hold the secret to a long life? Her vitality had nothing to do with age and everything to do with the way she lived her life. In addition to neuroplasticity, which is the ability to fire and rewire our neuronal patterns and change beliefs and thought patterns, we also have what's called biological plasticity. Our biology can change and regrow for the better. We're conditioned to believe that age means disease and decline, but in Gregg's travels around the globe, he has seen firsthand that it doesn't have to at all. Plant Medicine and Deeper Awareness One of our listeners (and a very dear friend) asked about Gregg's view on plant medicine. Plant medicine is a code word for hallucinogenic products such as psilocybin, ayahuasca, peyote, etc. Scientifically, he shared that DMT is only produced naturally in the body two times; when you're born and when you die. What he's found in researching the effects is that over time, high usage does thicken the tissue in the brain and can impact everyday function. You can achieve high levels of consciousness without any substance, as shown with the Tibetan monks, who have achieved 80 cycles of gamma brain waves and even 200 cycles, which is considered a hyper gamma brain state. Do an inner check and ask yourself these important questions before using any plant medicine: What is the purpose? What is your intent? Be sure if it does feel like a calling that you choose a medically certified place where the source of brew is known. The Questions That Can Change Your Life Gregg Braden shared about his vulnerable Mt. Sinai moments years ago when reviewing life choices such as where he wanted to live, whether to stay in his earlier partnership, changing career, etc. He ended up hiking Mt. Sinai in Egypt, and it was at that sunrise he asked himself this question: if I knew today was my last day, would I feel complete? Before he could answer the question, his inner wisdom immediately shouted "no!" The next question that followed was, what would it take to say yes? That answer became his guiding stone and is the force that helps him with every decision as he asks, "does this get me closer to my yes?" It's a wonderful decision-making process based on your full yes, and that can be deep, fun, and all about your life purpose and life energy. After contemplating these deeper questions, he made some major life changes after this experience that forever changed the trajectory of his life. Our surroundings influence us, and it's good to get out of our everyday surroundings to assess our choices, as Gregg did on this hike in Egypt. Perhaps see where you can take time in a new surrounding, even if it's for the day, to really assess and ask yourself these questions. Each of us will have our own inner truth. Joy, meaning, and beauty are different for everyone. Rather than judging others for anything else, follow your own inner calling and desire for joy. Our Strength Is Our Diversity and the Covid Vaccine We had a few questions about this current Covid vaccine, and Gregg Braden shared both scientific findings and had a real openness around supporting differing beliefs. This is not a one size fits all situation. As this is a heated topic for some, the reminder is that our strength is in our diversity and our different ways of thinking. Even as it applies to the Covid vaccine, this diversity is actually an asset, not the other way around. Do be sure to read the manufacturer fact sheet as that is the best way to know and understand all of the ingredients in the variety of vaccine offerings. Do whatever feels right for you, as you have the right to care for your body in the most aligned way. We are powerful beings with powerful innate healing abilities. Let's honor the diversity of beliefs and decisions, knowing that it is in the variance that is the strength and highest good for all. Final Thoughts Gregg Braden always brings a wealth of knowledge. His Radical Resilience touches on the secret to a long life which isn't what we all desire? A long and happy life? You can learn more about your innate resilience through Gregg's course "Radical Resilience" at greggbraden.com. Sacred Connection As always, this community is a sacred, safe place built on love and acceptance. It was created to help you evolve and expand into your highest self. Please share your wisdom, comments, thoughts. I love hearing from you and learning how you are being your truest, you-est you. Please join us in our Facebook group The You-est You® Community for Soul Seekers Join host Julie Reisler, author and multi-time TEDx speaker, each week to learn how you can tap into your best self and become your You-est You® to achieve inner peace, happiness, and success at a deeper level! Tune in to hear powerful, inspirational stories and expert insights from entrepreneurs, industry thought leaders, and extraordinary human beings that will help to transform your life. Julie also shares a-ha moments that have shaped her life and career and discusses key concepts from her book Get a PhD in YOU Here's to your being your you-est you! Connect with Gregg Braden Website: greggbraden.com Facebook: @GreggBraden Instagram: @gregg.braden Twitter: @GregBraden LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/gregg-braden Enjoying the show? 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The guys are back battling a pair of dueling colds to tell you all about the changes coming to the American Association and talk about their scheduled release. Also an update on Jackson, TN. Plus the big news out the ALPB and Lexington. A jammed pack show for you this week on the Indy Ball Report podcast.Recorded- November 12, 2021Uploaded- November 13, 2021
Our guest on the podcast today is Charles Rotblut. Charles is vice president at the American Association of Individual Investors, and he's also editor of the AAII Journal. Charles wrote the book Better Good Than Lucky, which was published in 2010. And he's a CFA charterholder.BackgroundBioAAII JournalBetter Good Than Lucky: How Savvy Investors Create Fortune With the Risk-Reward Ratio, by Charles RotblutAAIIPRISM Wealth-Building Process “Always Leave Home Without It: A Further Investigation of the Credit-Card Effect on Willingness to Pay,” by Drazen Prelec and Duncan Simester, Marketing Letters, NYtimes.com, June 8, 2000.“Aging's Adverse Impact on Decision-Making,” by Charles Rotblut, aaii.com. AAII Investor Sentiment Survey“Meb Faber: ‘To Be a Good Investor, You Have to Be a Good Loser,'” The Long View Podcast, morningstar.com, Sept. 7, 2021.Investor Behavior“A Rules-Based Approach to Managing a Portfolio,” by Charles Rotblut, aaii.com, April 6, 2017.“A Process for Creating Your Own Investing Plan,” by Charles Rotblut, aaii.com. “Using the Power of the Written Word to Improve Your Returns,” by Charles Rotblut, cannonfinancial.com, September 2018.The National Weight Control Registry“Save More Tomorrow:™ Using Behavioral Economics to Increase Employee Saving,” by Richard H. Thaler and Shlomo Benartzi, journals.uchicago.edu, February 2004.“There's a Brilliant Reason Why Van Halen Asked for a Bowl of M&Ms With all the Brown Candies Removed Before Every Show,” by Julie Zeveloff, businessinsider.com, Sept. 7, 2016.“Avoid the Psychological Traps of the Market With The Dreman Screen,” by Charles Rotblut, forbes.com, Oct. 6, 2021.Investing at Level 3, by James Cloonan“The Portfolio Size Effect and Using a Bond Tent to Navigate the Retirement Danger Zone,” by Michael Kitces, kitces.com, Oct. 5, 2016.“Managing Sequence of Return Risk With Bucket Strategies Vs. a Total Return Rebalancing Approach,” by Michael Kitces, kitces.com, Nov. 12, 2014.
Dr. Jenny Ting is the William R. Kenan Jr. Distinguished Professor of Genetics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and served as the President of the American Association of Immunologists from 2020-2021. Her lab discovered the NLR protein family, and their recent research interests include oxidative phosphorylation in HIV, the role of AIM2 in autoimmunity, and microbes that can protect from radiation.
Sex after divorce can be a difficult hump to get over (see what I did there?). Whether you're feeling uncomfortable in your own skin, have reservations about letting someone get that close to you again, or don't even know where to begin when it comes to sex after divorce, this podcast is covering all of it. Our guest, Dr. Lisa Paz, is an expert in the field of the couples, individual and sexual health and is here to help you. Dr. Lisa has a Doctorate in Clinical Sexology and is a Board Certified Sex Therapist and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She also has a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology – Marriage and Family Therapy. She is a member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, the American Board of Sexology, the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists, the National Association of Professional Women, and Haddassah Womens Organization. To learn more about Dr. Lisa, check out her amazing services and courses, or to connect with her, click here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Do you ever feel fleh? “Fleh” is a completely made-up word in our house used to describe when Ryan or I feel off. We use it when there's nothing big going on, no major life changes, but there's still a sadness that's settled over our souls. What do we do when all doesn't feel merry and bright? In this episode, we're walking through: Where we typically look to determine what's rumbling in our souls causing us to feel off The “if only” statements we beat ourselves up with And where God is in the midst of all our mess. When we feel off, we look for the source, and there are two places we typically look. We look internally. We look externally. But in our looking and reflecting, we may fall into one of these three “if only” traps. We tell ourselves: If only, I could name what's troubling me. We tell ourselves: If only, I had more faith. We tell ourselves: If only, I was more grateful. Here are two truths to remember when you don't feel merry and bright: We are humans, and God is God. God doesn't expect humans to hold themselves together. That's His job. Key Quotes The God we love loves us back. He is always with us. He is One of mystery. And He alone holds all things together…even our hurting hearts. Even a weak faith rests on a mighty Savior who holds us in His strong hands. Perhaps our lack of feeling like ourselves is our unsettled soul's way of speaking to us. Our blessings do not negate the sadness we feel. Mentioned in the Podcast The FCC requires that I tell you that I'm an Amazon Affiliate, which means I earn a bit of commission on each sale. But don't worry there's no added cost to you! Facebook group Association of Biblical Counselors American Association of Christian Counselors Global Counseling Network Subscribe to Jill's weekly “the good + the grace” email Previous Episodes Mentioned #89: Reduce Christmas stress with these sanity-saving tips customized for your Enneagram type Here's how to connect with Jill Website GraceInRealLifePodcast.com Instagram Facebook group Facebook page Subscribe to Jill's weekly “the good + the grace” email
In this episode, board certified oral maxillofacial surgeon Dr. Jay Platt will discuss analgesics, how to prescribe antibiotics, antibiotic resistance, new guidelines related to antibiotics, MRONJ, oral pathology and more. Jay Platt, DDS is originally from Fort Wayne, graduating from high school in 1979. From there he spent three years at Indiana University in Bloomington and entered Indiana University School of Dentistry in 1983. After graduating from IUSD in 1986 he did a one-year general practice residency at the Indiana University Medical Center. From 1987-1990 he did an Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon Residency at the IU Medical Center, gaining his certificate in 1990. In 1992, Dr. Platt became Board Certified by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons and has maintained it since. He was awarded fellowship in the American College of Dentists and he is a member of the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, American Dental Association, Indiana Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, the Northwest Indiana Dental Society, he is a diplomate of the National Dental Board of Anesthesiology, and a member of the International College of Oral Implantologists. He is a past member of the Board of the Northwest Indiana Dental Society and past President of the Indiana Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. He is on faculty at Spear Education and speaks regularly at the AAOMS annual meeting in addition to the AAOMS Dental Implant Conference. Dr. Platt practices all phases of oral and maxillofacial surgery concentrating on all types of extractions, placement of dental implants, exposure of impacted teeth, pathology and corrective jaw surgery. He has great interest and experience in intraoral bone grafts and placement of dental implants. As the founder of the Northwest Indiana Dental Implant Study Club he has been a leader in the area of dental implants for many years. He maintains two Spear Study clubs as well. The use of Nitrous Oxide and IV anesthetics in the office to allow for maximum patient comfort is a big part of his practice. Dr. Platt currently resides in Munster with his wife Bobbie.
Dr. April Kapu is president of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners®. She is a certified acute care nurse practitioner who holds both a master's and doctoral degree in nursing from Vanderbilt University School of Nursing. She has served as associate chief nursing officer for advance practice nursing at Vanderbilt and has established innovative, high-quality health care services and resources, and provided professional practice support for more than 1,400 advanced practice nurses.
Food. It's something we all have in common, the world over must eat to live. Yet our food choices, habits, and preferences often tell a deeper and more complex story. In this episode, Dr. Margaret Nagib, a clinical psychologist specializing in treating eating disorders, takes us on a journey to understand how to assess our relationship with food and why it's crucial to do so for our well-being and the well-being of loved ones around us. Essentially, if you eat food, then this episode is for you. More about Dr. Nagib (Instagram: @margaretnagib)Dr. Margaret is a clinical psychologist specializing in Christian counseling, inner healing, personal and spiritual development as well as treating eating disorders, trauma, self-injury and mood disorders. She received her masters and doctorate in clinical psychology from Wheaton College in Wheaton, IL. and has also graduated from 2 years of Bethel Church's Supernatural School of Ministry in Redding, CA. In addition to serving clients in her private practice in downtown Wheaton, Dr. Nagib travels around the country and internationally providing seminars for various organizations and churches. As an expert on emotional and spiritual wholeness, Dr. Nagib has written articles and been featured in several publications such as Relevant magazine, Addiction Professional, The American Association of Christian Counselors, and the Wall Street Journal. Dr. Nagib is also the author of Souls Like Stars: Renew Your Mind, Heal Your Heart, Unveil Your Shine.
Join us this week as we interview our guest, Api Appulingam, the Deputy Director of Aviation Capital Development at the City of Philadelphia's Division of Aviation. This episode we discuss:-Recent industry news to kick things off-Api's journey to her current role -How she entered the aviation industry-Her move from Malaysia to the US -The impact she is making in advancing women in aviation,-Challenges she had to navigate and overcome as a woman in the aviation industry,-The importance of equality in the workplace and some ways to advocate for and achieve it,-Her recent role with the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) leading the national DE&I Committee and her role as President-Elect at the Philadelphia Chapter of Women in Transportation Seminar (WTS)-Upcoming projects at PHL and recent projects at PNE and-Our favorite TV shows and movies from the 90s!See you next time!
It's not about how much you make but how much you keep. In this episode, Dino interviews Derick Van Ness to talk about how you can grow your wealth and keep more of it. He also shares strategies on how you can save taxes on your dental practice. REFERENCE: 1. Traction: Get A Grip On Your Business by Gino Wickman For more information and any queries or to schedule a free consult, you can go to: Website: https://www.biglifefinancial.com/ Derick Van Ness is a wealth strategist for small business owners, specializing in tax incentives and rebates, tax strategies and cash flow banking. More specifically, help business owners keep more of the money they make, teach you how to put it to work for you, while still having it be a liquid asset to be used along the way. DINO'S BIO: Dino Watt is a dynamic, highly sought after keynote speaker, private practice business advisor, best selling author, and certified body language and communication expert. As a business relationship expert, Dino understands that people are the heart of any business. His interactive training style will bring your audience to roaring laughter and move them to tears. Whether he is training on C.O.R.E Culture, Sales and Sales Support, or Making love and business work, your audience will rave about Dino and the energy he brings to every event. Dino has spoken for MKS, American Association of Orthodontists, PCSO, Pitts Progressive Study Group, The Shulman Study Club, Keller Williams, Sotheby's, DentalTown, Ortho2, OrthoVoice, and many others. Out of all the accolades Dino has received, the one he is proudest of is title of PHD, Passionate Husband and Dad. Dino has been married to his wife Shannon for 24 years and together they have raised 3 amazing adults.
Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more 26 minutes in I start with S.E. Cupp is the HLN host of "SE Cupp Unfiltered," a primetime program covering contemporary issues, and a CNN political commentator. She is a practical conservative with a fierce independent streak who brings her distinct outlook to each network's programming and special political coverage. Cupp joined HLN in April 2017 and hosts a 5 p.m. panel show live out of New York with radio personalities, political pundits, comedians and journalists on the most topical stories impacting the country. Leveraging her experiences as a frequent contributor on CNN, MSNBC, Fox News Channel and C-SPAN and programs like Real Time with Bill Maher and The View, Cupp delivers her passionate voice and fresh perspective on everything from politics, media, sports to popular culture. Leading up to her move to HLN, Cupp was the host of "S.E. Cupp's Outside With Insiders," a digital series on CNN.com in which she took political insiders to the great outdoors. From 2013 to 2014 Cupp co-hosted "Crossfire" on CNN, the relaunched political debate program with panelists Newt Gingrich, Stephanie Cutter and Van Jones. Prior to joining CNN as a host and political commentator, Cupp co-hosted MSNBC's roundtable show, "The Cycle." Cupp continues to be a nationally syndicated political columnist, culture critic and author. She regularly writes for the New York Daily News, Glamour and CNN.com. Cupp penned "Losing Our Religion: The Liberal Media's Attack on Christianity" and co-authored "Why You're Wrong About the Right" with Brett Joshpe. She was previously a consultant for HBO's hit series, "The Newsroom," contributor to TheBlaze's "Real News" and contributing editor for Townhall Magazine. A native of Massachusetts, Cupp relocated from Washington, D.C. to Connecticut and works out of the CNN New York bureau. She is a graduate of Cornell University and earned a master's degree from New York University. In her free time, Cupp enjoys hunting, fishing and camping with her family. She is married with one son. Read all of S.E.'s columns on NYDailyNews. 56 minutes Watt Lesley Black, Jr. is a Clinical Professor in Education Policy and Law. He teaches classes in the Accelerated School Leadership Program, the Urban School Leadership Program, and the K-12 and Higher Education Ed.D. programs. He accepted a full- time appointment to the SMU faculty in 2012 after a more than 20-year career as a teacher and administrator in public schools. Dr. Black specializes in legal and policy issues in K-12 and Higher Education. He has researched and written about the First Amendment expression rights of both students and teachers, Fourteenth Amendment Equal Protection analysis, affirmative action and diversity in the public schools. He has also published work in the area of principal development and school reform. Dr. Black has presented for the Education Law Association, the American Association of School Personnel Administrators, University Council for Educational Administration, and the Texas Middle School Association. He is a certified provider of school board member training in the State of Texas. He has served on SMU's university-wide Education Programs Council, the Simmons Academic Affairs Committee, the Simmons Committee on Assessment and Accreditation and the Simmons Diversity Committee. Dr. Black earned his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from the University of North Texas in 2002. He teaches courses in the Accelerated School Leadership program, the Urban School Leadership Program and in the Ed.D. programs for both K-12 and Higher Education. He is the married father of two children and an avid runner and guitar enthusiast. Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page Stand Up with Pete FB page
When you're learning something new, it's helpful to understand both theory and practice. Planning for retirement is no exception. What can we learn about life in retirement from those who planned well for retirement (and wrote excellent books about it) - and are now living it? In this new installment of a series of panel discussions with our most popular previous guests, we're joined by Fritz Gilbert, Dr. Barbara O'Neill, and Mark Shaiken (you'll find their bios below). We discuss: Their lessons learned about life in retirement so far How they're investing their time now versus their full-time working years What do they know now that they wished they did then What they learned about themselves by writing a book about retirement The ingredients for a Good Life today Their advice for pre-retirees who are planning for retirement now Dr. Barbara O'Neill joins us from Florida, Fritz Gilbert from Georgia, and Mark Shaiken from Colorado. __________________________ Bios Fritz Gilbert is the author of The Keys to a Successful Retirement. He retired after more than three decades in corporate America, where he progressed through the various levels of a multinational corporation serving the global aluminum industry. His award-winning blog “The Retirement Manifesto” is focused on people achieving a great retirement. Fritz and his wife, Jackie, live in a cabin in Blue Ridge, Georgia, an Appalachian Mountain town where they're active in their local church and various local charities, including Jackie's charity Freedom for Fido (FreedomForFido.com). When he's not writing, Fritz enjoys spending his time outdoors and is an avid fly fisherman, mountain biker, hiker, camper, photographer, and fitness fanatic. He also cherishes his daily walks in the woods with their four dogs, who run the household. Fritz and Jackie also travel cross country in their RV to visit their daughter and her family in the Pacific Northwest. Previous Visits: The Keys To A Successful Retirement - Fritz Gilbert The Soft Side of Retirement – Fritz Gilbert, The Retirement Manifesto Website --- Barbara O'Neill, Ph.D, CFP®, CRPC®, AFC, CHC, CFEd, CFCS, CPFFE, is the author of Flipping the Switch: Your Guide to Happiness and Financial Security in Later Life. As the owner/CEO of Money Talk: Financial Planning Seminars and Publications, Dr. Barbara O'Neill, CFP®, AFC®, CRPC®, writes, speaks, and reviews content about personal finance. A Distinguished Professor Emeritus at Rutgers University, after 41 years of service as a Rutgers Cooperative Extension educator and personal finance specialist, Dr. O'Neill has written over 160 articles for academic publications and received more than 35 national awards and over $1.2 million in grants to support her financial education programs and research. Employed by Rutgers since 1978, she provided national leadership for the Cooperative Extension programs Investing For Your Future and Small Steps to Health and Wealth™ for over a decade. Part of her work time is bought out to provide personal finance training for military family service professionals (for the eXtension Military Families Learning Network) and for New Jersey financial educators as part of a state Department of Education contract. She is also the author of two trade books, Saving On a Shoestring and Investing On A Shoestring, and co-author of Money Talk: A Financial Guide for Women. She is a certified financial planner (CFP®), chartered retirement planning counselor (CRPC®), accredited financial counselor (AFC), certified housing counselor (CHC), and certified financial educator (CFEd). She also holds the CFCS (certified in family and consumer sciences) and CPFEE (certified personal and family finance educator) credentials from the American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences (AAFCS). Dr. O'Neill received her Ph.D. in family financial management from Virginia Tech,
In this episode of SoundPractice, we welcome Paul A. Offit, MD. Dr. Offit is the Director of the Vaccine Education Center and an attending physician in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Dr. Offit offers a historical view on vaccinations mixed with cutting edge COVID-19 research. He also discusses the misuse of the terms, “vaccine hesitancy,” and “breakthrough cases.” He's the author of the recently published new book, You Bet Your Life: From Blood Transfusions to Mass Vaccination, the Long and Risky History of Medical Innovation. In his book he covers nine (9) medical advances that have caused us to live 30 years longer than we did 100 years ago…and the human price to pay for knowledge. Dr. Offit's perspective is intelligent, informed, and one that needs to be heard. His thoughts on COVID-19 will better equip you to interact with patients and the public, while functioning as a physician leader. https://www.hachettebookgroup.com/titles/paul-a-offit-md/you-bet-your-life/9781541620391/ Learn more about the American Association for Physician Leadership at www.physicianleaders.org
Bunions and bone spurs and heel pain, oh my! Foot pain in all shapes and forms is extremely common and becomes more so as we enter the menopause transition and our estrogen declines, taking our collagen production with it, which impacts the dozens of joints and tendons in our feet. That's important because our feet are literally the foundation of nearly every physical activity we do. This week's guest, president of the American Association for Women Podiatrists, Dr. Karen Langone, helps us sort through the most common foot pains and stay strong on our feet. Karen Langone DPM specializes in sports and fitness medicine, including medical and biomechanical treatment of the foot, ankle and lower extremities caused by faulty foot mechanics. She is a board certified podiatrist in New York and a national lecturer. She serves on the medical team for many athletic events including the 7 Day Race, the Boston Marathon, and the New York City Marathon. She signs off on her emails with Long May You Run… Amen to that! You can learn more about her and the exercises she recommends at https://www.drkarenlangone.com/library.htm **Support the Podcast** InsideTracker: 25% off at insidetracker.com/feistymenopause Nuun Hydration: 30% off at nuunlife.com with the code HITPLAY Previnex: 15% off your first order with code HITPLAY at https://www.previnex.com/
Krista Rompolski joins us for another Journal Club episode—bringing us a study about how students change answers on their tests. Is it better for a student to change their multiple choice response or to avoid doing that? The answer may surprise you! 00:00 | Introduction 00:45 | Journal Club 03:21 | Sponsored by AAA 03:53 | Article Summary 09:13 | Sponsored by HAPI 10:00 | Should Students Change Answers? 27:44 | Sponsored by HAPS 28:21 | Standardized Exams, Test Anxiety, and Mindset 53:14 | Staying Connected ★ If you cannot see or activate the audio player, go to: theAPprofessor.org/podcast-episode-104.html
As women and business owners, our relationship with money is complex. We're constantly challenged by our internalized scarcity mindset, the wage gap, and financial barriers in a system that wasn't designed to benefit us.But money, at the end of the day, is a resource at your disposal4. And if you choose to channel it as an agent of power, freedom, and equity, that's exactly what it'll bring you!That's just one of the exciting concepts we're discussing in this week's episode!In September, a panel of five female founders got together for our annual Thrive Online fireside chat, Women, Money, and Power. We spoke candidly about the power of money and influence, feminist businesses, and finance. And this week's episode is the complete and unadulterated discussion from that very panel!We're extremely proud to present Kelly Diels (Feminist marketing teacher), Emily Howe (Founder of The American Association of Corporate Gender Strategists, Claire Wasserman (Founder of Ladies Get Paid), Naomi Scott Clark (Feminist marketing coach), and Amina AlTai (Leadership and mindfulness coach) as our guests for this episode!Here's what you can expect from this one: Money as an agent of freedom and power Building an empire versus building power (and sharing it!) What a “feminist business” really means Why pushing past our internalized income ceilings is activism Scarcity and abundance as gendered teachings Origin stories of some of today's most influential female-owned movement-building businesses Defining “influence” and claiming it's power Acknowledging your inner power, cultivating a practice of self-trust, and knowing what you're worth What makes this episode so special is the honesty with which every panelist brings her own financial experiences to the table. No matter where you are in your own financial journey, you'll find yourself feeling a little more motivated and well-informed once the headphones come off. So cozy up, and tune in—this is the only girl-talk you need this week!RESOURCESKelly Diels' Website Instagram Emily Howe Website Instagram American Association of Corporate Gender Strategists Claire Wasserman Ladies Get Paid Instagram Naomi Clark Website Instagram Amina AlTai Website Instagram
Today we share Robin and Lester's CLE presentation, “Professionalism from a Trial Lawyer's Perspective” for the Atlanta Bar Association. The panel is moderated by former podcast guest Robert Wellon (find a link to his interview below). Robin Frazer Clark: Robin Frazer Clark is the owner and founder of the law firm of Robin Frazer Clark, P.C. Ms. Clark has practiced law for thirty years in Atlanta, Georgia, all as a trial lawyer in personal injury cases. Prior to this firm she was a partner in Clark Goldner, P.C. from 2004-2006 and a partner in Jewett and Clark, LLC from 1997-2004. Ms. Clark devotes one-hundred percent of her practice exclusively to representing everyday Americans who have been injured by the carelessness of others. This includes personal injury and employment matters, automobile wrecks, tractor-trailer wrecks, premises safety, elevator and escalator cases, products safety (including defective automobile manufacture), medical malpractice and sexual harassment cases. Ms. Clark was recently invited and inducted into the International Society of Barristers. She is a Past President of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association (GTLA) and previously served as President-Elect, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Parliamentarian and Education Committee Co-Chair of GTLA. She served on the Editorial Board of The Verdict and was elected to membership in the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA). Ms. Clark was also on the Board of Governors for the State Bar of Georgia for Atlanta Circuit Post No. 36. She is a Past President of the State Bar of Georgia and a member of the Atlanta Bar Association, in which she is a Past Chair of the Litigation Section. She is a Member of the General Practice and Trial Section of the State Bar of Georgia. She is also a member of the American Association for Justice (formerly, the Association of Trial Lawyers of America) and a member of the Executive Committee of The Lawyers Club of Atlanta. Ms. Clark is a Fellow of The Lawyers Foundation of Georgia. Read Full Bio Lester Tate, III: Lester Tate is a trial lawyer who served as the 48th President of the State Bar of Georgia. Since 1996, he has practiced as a shareholder in Akin & Tate, P.C., Georgia's oldest continuing law firm. He has spent his entire professional career as a courtroom lawyer, having tried over 100 civil and criminal cases to verdict. While devoting most of his time to serious personal injury and wrongful death cases, where he has won a number of million and multimillion dollar verdicts and settlements, his practice is unusually broad and includes such diverse matters as state and federal criminal cases, complex commercial disputes, and worker's compensation cases. Because of his extensive courtroom experience, Lester was inducted into the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), one of the nation's most prestigious trial lawyer organizations, with the rank of “Advocate”. He is also a Fellow in Litigation Counsel of America, a trial lawyer honorary society comprised of less than 1% of American lawyers. He currently serves as a Member of the American Bar Association's House of Delegates and as President of the Georgia Chapter of ABOTA, and Treasurer of ABOTA's Southeastern Chapter. Lester has also appeared over 30 times in Georgia's state and federal appellate courts. He is a Champion Member of the Georgia Trial Lawyer's Association (GTLA) and a Member of the GTLA's Political Action Committee Board of Directors, as well as the American Justice Association. Active in community and public affairs, Lester serves on the board of the Community Foundation of Northwest Georgia and the Board of Advisors for Georgia Tech's School of Literature, Media, and Communications. He is also a graduate of Leadership Bartow's 2012 class. Lester's pro bono work includes having represented Advocates for Children as a volunteer legal counsel for over twenty years. Read Full Bio Links: Robert Wellon on SYIC http://www.akintate.com/ https://www.gatriallawyers.net/ See You In Court Website To learn more about the Georgia Civil Justice Foundation, visit fairplay.org
Dr. Mariana Wolfner is the Goldwin Smith Professor of Molecular Biology and Genetics and a Stephen H. Weiss Presidential Fellow at Cornell University. Mariana studies reproduction, focusing on interactions between male and female molecules throughout the reproductive process and how these interactions evolved. Also, how does an egg switch from being a differentiated egg cell to a brand new organism that is going to divide and make every kind of cell in the organism. Outside science, Mariana enjoys spending time with her family including her two grown children. They like to go hiking, birdwatching, and generally being out in nature. When the weather's not cooperating, Mariana stays inside doing crossword puzzles and other kinds of puzzles as well as baking sweet treats. We were also delighted to discover our shared love of terrible puns. She received her BA in Genetics and Chemistry from Cornell University, and her PhD in Biochemistry from Stanford University. She did postdoctoral work at UCSD, before joining the Cornell faculty in 1983. Mariana has received many awards and honors during her career. For example, she is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and was a Lady Davis Fellow. She has given numerous named or distinguished lectures, and has also received awards for her teaching and advising of students. In addition to research, teaching, and advising, Mariana is very active in service to her field, serving on many Society Boards, Editorial Boards and organizing many conferences. Mariana is with us today to tell us all about her journey through life and science.
Producer/Host: Steve Kahl -Overview of how EVs work -Models on the market -Tax credits and rebates Guests: Michael Stoddard, Director of Efficiency Maine Tim Sample, Maine humorist and ‘car guy', helping Efficiency Maine with PSA on EVs About the host: Steve Kahl is Professor of Science at Thomas College where he teaches environmental and energy courses and advises the student sustainability club. He writes the monthly ‘Sustainability Minute' email which is distributed to over 1,200 readers. He is a member of the Quarry Road Recreational Area board of directors where he is advocating for a net-zero energy new welcome center. He has advised the board of WERU on the current plan for the station to become 100% solar powered in 2020. Steve is a member of the Green Campus Coalition of Maine, the working group of sustainability directors at Maine college campuses. Steve's past positions include Sustainability Director at Unity College where he developed a plan for the college to become 100% solar powered and earned the college the prestigious STARS Gold ranking with the American Association of Sustainability in Higher Education. Before that, he was Director of Environmental and Energy Strategies for the James Sewall Company of Old Town where he led a Maine Technology Institute research project that found that Maine could be 79% solar powered if all suitably-oriented rooftops had solar PV panels. Prior to moving home to Maine, he was a member of the Energy Commission in Plymouth NH where he was obtained funding for the renovation of a town office building to net-zero energy and the installation of 160 KW of solar PV panels on town properties included a major PV array at the sewage treatment plant that offsets 40% of its electrical costs. In his own home, he has installed two air-source heat pumps to completely eliminate heating oil, a hybrid hot water heater to reduce his water heating costs by 70%, and insulated the basement and attic to further reduce energy consumption and increase comfort. He would like to install rooftop solar panels but so far his shade trees that also produce maple syrup each year have convinced him otherwise. However, he has solar panels on his summer place at the lake and hasn’t paid for any electricity there since 2011. Steve has a Ph.D. in Earth Sciences from the University of Maine. The post Power for the People RETURNS! 10/29/21: Electric Vehicles first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.
In this podcast, Paul is joined by Daryl Bahls and Chris Pedersen to answer a variety of questions posed during the AAII Conference 360. What mutual funds and ETFs do you personally own? Paul, Chris and Daryl share their individual approaches and holdings. Are there any good-to-excellent small cap newsletters Paul recommends? In the answer Paul references http://hulbertratings.com/, the best source of newsletter results, and also the "Cabot Turnaround Newsletter" and "Nate's Notes." Where can we get a list of small cap value funds and ETFs? In your distribution tables, by inflation adjusting the distributions but not the value of the portfolio holdings, doesn't that mislead a potential investor? Where can we get the free copy of We're Talking Millions!? What are the specific 4 funds you recommend an investor hold for life? Paul includes mention of links to recommended funds or ETFs: https://paulmerriman.com/vanguard-tax-deferred-etf-portfolios/ https://paulmerriman.com/best-in-class-etf-recommendations/ https://paulmerriman.com/4-fund-portfolios/ When re-balancing the 2 Funds for Life, do you strictly look at the end-of-year value of each asset, or are there other criteria you recommend evaluating? My Schwab account rates my portfolio on risk vs. return. Is this the ultimate way to measure how I am doing? If your account is taxable will using factor investing and rebalancing create a tax drag that overwhelms the better expected returns? Chris, which websites did your AAII panel on Factor Investing recommend for researching funds and learning about factor investing: https://paulmerriman.com/best-in-class-etf-recommendations/ https://www.portfoliovisualizer.com/ https://www.morningstar.com/ https://www.etf.com/ https://alphaarchitect.com/blog/ Daryl Bahls is Director of Analytics for The Merriman Financial Education Foundation and Chris Pedersen is Director of Research and author of the new book, 2 Funds for Life: A quest for simple & effective investing strategies available at Amazon and other online booksellers. You can watch Paul's presentation Small-Cap Value presentation here. You can get your free copy of We're Talking Millions! right here. The American Association of Individual Investors is an independent, nonprofit corporation formed for the purpose of assisting individuals in becoming effective managers of their own assets through programs of education, information and research. Learn More: https://www.aaii.com/membership/about-aaii You can join here starting at $2/month: https://invest.aaii.com/membership/
Knowledge Bomb: The 2021 breast cancer show is here! Dr. G reviews all of the science behind what we know about breast cancer as well as the evidence based interventions that may help prevent it. He talks about the root causes that we need to look at holistically in order to be our healthiest selves. This show is for everyone, whether you had breast cancer to no history. It is to optimize your breast health overall. Special Guest: Dr. Staci Whitman joins the show to give us the low down on oral health. What is behind optimal oral health? What foods should we be eating? Can cavities be reversed? Is fluoride necessary? Are metal fillings toxic? Are root canals safe? As a functional dentist Dr. Staci is trained to look at all the factors to optimize oral health and thus our overall body health. Guest Bio: Doctor Staci Whitman is on a mission to create a cavity-free world. She is the founder of NoPo Kids Dentistry where she takes a whole-body, holistic, and functional approach with her patients. Her dentistry and practice philosophy is grounded by science and powered by love. Doctor Staci attended Tufts University School of Dental Medicine and initially worked as a general dentist, eventually going back to school, earning a certificate in pediatric dentistry from Oregon Health and Sciences University (OHSU). She has always been passionate about children's sleep and airway health, focusing her research in residency on how to improve airway assessments and diagnostic tools in the pediatric population. In 2019 she founded NoPo Kids Dentistry with a mission to take a whole-body approach to dentistry. She became a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry in 2012 and is a Board-Certified Pediatric Dentist and a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. She is also involved in many organized dentistry groups including the Holistic Dental Association, the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology, the International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine, the American Association of Ozonotherapy, and has her Certification in Laser Proficiency. She has taken numerous courses and trainings in children's sleep and airway medicine, studying oromyofunctional therapy, craniosacral therapy, and is a Breathe Institute Ambassador. Doctor Staci is an Internationally Certified Health and Wellness Coach from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition and is currently attending the Institute of Functional Medicine and the American College of Integrative Dentistry and Medicine with expected certification dates in 2022 and 2023 respectively. She dreams of a world without cavities and believes in motivating families to join her as a team, keeping their children healthy and thriving with small, manageable daily changes. Connect with her on her website at caninestateofmind.com and on instagram @CANINESTATEOFMIND BiOptimizers Massenzymes: For an exclusive offer for my listeners just go to www.masszymes.com/drg and use the code drg10 for a 10% discount. Birch: birchliving.com/healthyself and get $400.00 off of your mattress plus your two free pillows. Willa's: willaskitchen.com, amazon and select specialty retailers. NED: As a giveback to being a Heal Thy Self listener you'll receive 15% off your first purchase or 20% off your first membership purchase. Memberships offer many great perks, including 15% off every purchase. So go to helloned.com/drg or enter the code drg at checkout to get 15% off your first one-time order or 20% off your first subscription order plus free shipping. Be sure to like and subscribe to #HealThySelf Hosted by Doctor Christian Gonzalez N.D. Follow Doctor G on Instagram @doctor.gonzalez https://www.instagram.com/doctor.gonzalez/
In this episode I speak to expert Dr Biamonte on Candida and how to heal yourself from it. I also discuss the spiritual and emotional meaning and reasons why you might get it. Dr. Michael Biamonte is the founder of the Biamonte Center for Clinical Nutrition. He is a co creator of BioCybernetics, which is an unprecedented computer software program that is able to study blood work, mineral tests and many other lab tests to determine exactly where your body is imbalanced. Learn more here. As a 30-year practitioner, he holds a Doctorate of Nutripathy and is a New York State certified Clinical Nutritionist. He is a professional member of the International and American Association of Clinical Nutritionists, The American College of Nutrition and is a member of the Scientific Advisory Board for the Clinical Nutrition Certification Board. He is listed in “The Directory of Distinguished Americans” for his research in Nutrition and Physiology. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Happy National Transfer Student Week! Associate director of operations and transfer, Chad Bryant, joins us to provide tips, insight, and resources for students and their support networks as they navigate transfer admission.ResourcesNational Student Clearinghouse Research Center: https://bit.ly/35gUvECNational Institute for the Study of Transfer Students: https://www.nists.org/American Association of Community Colleges: https://bit.ly/2ILu8iNNACAC: https://bit.ly/2HnaNE0Jack Kent Cooke Foundation: https://www.jkcf.orgThe Aspen Institute: https://www.aspeninstitute.org/Adam Grant book and social: https://www.adamgrant.net/book/think-again/
Hundreds of nurses at Saint Vincent Hospital in Worcester, Massachusetts, walked off the job on March 8, 2021, and have been on strike ever since. Marie Ritacco, one of the nurses on strike, and Vicki Good, a nurse and past president of the American Association of Critical-care Nurses, join us. And, cuts to Biden's spending package diminished the earmarked funding for historically Black colleges and universities. Kevin Cosby, president of Simmons College of Kentucky, explains why more federal funding is critical for institutions like his.
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/707/29 For various reasons, adolescence can be emotionally difficult for teenagers. Lack of self-worth can sometimes lead to the tragedy of suicide. On today's edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson and Dr. Tim Clinton, president of the American Association of Christian Counselors, alert parents to the warning signs in their teens' behavior and recommend how best to respond. The key is to connect; talk with your son or daughter,communicate your unconditional love and get the help that he or she needs.
For various reasons, adolescence can be emotionally difficult for teenagers. Lack of self-worth can sometimes lead to the tragedy of suicide. On today's edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson and Dr. Tim Clinton, president of the American Association of Christian Counselors, alert parents to the warning signs in their teens' behavior and recommend how best to respond. The key is to connect; talk with your son or daughter, communicate your unconditional love and get the help that he or she needs.
Today, we're speaking with Dr. Neil Vasan, an assistant professor in the Department of Medicine, Division of Hematology Oncology at Columbia University Medial Center. Dr. Vasan is a physician scientist who studies how proteins function in breast cancer cell signaling and how treatments impact breast cancer cell signaling, which is the communication within a cell. His research has been published in top scientific journals including Science, Nature Cancer, Cancer Cell, and Cancer Discovery and he's received multiple awards, including being selected as a next gen star of the American Association for Cancer Research. Today, we're going to be discussing exciting new developments in the treatment of triple negative breast cancer. Dr. Vasan, welcome to the show!
We talk to our plants hoping our words will help them grow. So are they actually listening? Beronda L. Montgomery is MSU Foundation Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Microbiology and Molecular Genetics at Michigan State University and a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the American Academy of Microbiology. She joins host Krys Boyd to discuss what plants “know,” how they overcome obstacles, and what we humans can learn from them. Her book is called “Lessons From Plants.”