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Public university located in the Phoenix metropolitan area, Arizona, United States

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Health Care Rounds
#145: Addressing America's Nursing Crisis with Nurse Alice

Health Care Rounds

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 30:15


Alice Benjamin, MSN, APRN, ACNS-BC, FNP-C, CCRN, CEN, CV-BC, also known as 'Nurse Alice', is a cardiac clinical nurse specialist and family nurse practitioner with over 23 years of healthcare experience. Alice is Nurse.org's Chief Nursing Officer and Correspondent and is a regular contributor to NBC Los Angeles. She hosts the popular 'Ask Nurse Alice' podcast that reached #9 in the Apple Podcasts medical category. Nurse Alice is passionate about empowering nurses to use their voices on a grander scale. She has spoken on the subject of Nurses Using Media as a Form of Advocacy at several nursing schools and organizations including UCLA, Howard University, and UC Davis.  John Marchica, CEO, Darwin Research GroupJohn Marchica is a veteran health care strategist and CEO of Darwin Research Group. He is leading ongoing, in-depth research initiatives on integrated health systems, accountable care organizations, and value-based care models. He is a faculty associate in the W.P. Carey School of Business and the Graduate College of Health Solutions at Arizona State University.John did his undergraduate work in economics at Knox College, has an MBA and M.A. in public policy from the University of Chicago, and completed his Ph.D. coursework at The Dartmouth Institute. He is an active member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and is pursuing certification as a Fellow.About Darwin Research GroupDarwin Research Group Inc. provides advanced market intelligence and in-depth customer insights to health care executives, with a strategic focus on health care delivery systems and the global shift toward value-based care. Darwin's client list includes forward-thinking biopharmaceutical and medical device companies, as well as health care providers, private equity, and venture capital firms. The company was founded in 2010 as Darwin Advisory Partners, LLC and is headquartered in Scottsdale, Ariz. with a satellite office in Princeton, N.J.

Epic Film Guys Podcast
BRAIN STEW - Fresh Frights: MEN (2022) Review

Epic Film Guys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 64:36


On this week's FRESH FRIGHTS, Justin and Jeremy attempt to unveil what's underneath with a review Alex Garland's latest A24 folk horror, MEN. A mind-bender that will sent you straight into cinematic insanity. This movie, is unlike anything you've ever seen before.  Keep it creepy, -Justin, Jeremy & Brady    EPISODE MUSIC Brain Strew Intro Music created by Sam Haynes song: Seven Notes in Black (Royalty Free)   Where to Find Us Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/epic-film-guys-podcast/id1027239734 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7HLugZWXbUgT6DlkuVz93R Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cDovL2VwaWNmaWxtZ3V5cy5wb2RiZWFuLmNvbS9mZWVkLw Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/epic-film-guys-podcast-1724 The Hobster's Dumpster: https://www.facebook.com/groups/epicfilmguys Feed URL: https://epicfilmguys.podbean.com/feed/ Wordpress: http://epicfilmguys.wordpress.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/epicfilmguysny/live You can also catch us on most every podcatcher under the sun! Search for us on BluBrry, Stitcher, Spreaker, Google Podcasts, Overcast, and many others. Search and you will find us! There has never been a better time to join up with the elites at https://www.patreon.com/epicfilmguys! You can get access to pre-roll and outtakes from the show, exclusive episodes, free swag, and so much more. Tiers start as low as $1/month! Please consider supporting the show, and thank you for being one of the EFG faithful! Executive Producers: Jarrod Taylor, Johnny Nigh Producers: Alan Gallauresi, Andrew Folloder, Brandon Frederick, Chris Yeany, Christopher J. Maltezos, The Countdown, Julio Olivera Mendoza, Justin Winters, Kate Maxwell, Matt Bartman, The Movie Journey, Nerdrovert, Patrick Sherwood, Reel Feels Podcast, Scott LaVare, Tony Dobish, TwistedPhilly, Two Peas on a Podcast, Tyler Dane Sutton, Cody Mastel.    Meet the BRAIN STEW crew Justin lives in a suburb of Washington D.C. after moving from the Binghamton, NY area with his wife and daughter. He is our resident "encyclopedia of film" and chances are, if you've heard some film news, Justin already heard it before you. A massive fan of the '80s and horror flicks of all shapes and sizes! Catch him on Facebook or our Instagram account, or on our Twitter @EpicFilmGuys.   Jeremy lives in Woodbridge VA. He is a diehard Horror expert, memorabilia collector, and overly enthusiastic movie fan. He has traveled the world far and wide, meeting celebrities, collecting rare movie artifacts and meeting hundreds of members of the horror community. If you don't know who he is now, you soon will. Catch him on Facebook or on his Instagram at @jt_pumpkin_gutz    Brady lives just outside of Boston, MA. He graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in Political Science, and is currently pursuing his Master's of English Studies at ASU (Forks Up). After falling in love with horror and devouring any 80s/90s horror he could get his hands on, he started writing for Epic Film Guys in early 2021. Currently, he spends his time reading up on new authors in the horror genre, visiting any New England landmark referenced in boom or film, and listening to Creed. Catch him on Twitter @BradyCloven and on Instagram @bacloven   Learn the full history of the Epic Film Guys by visiting http://epicfilmguys.wordpress.com/about-us/.

Sporting Witness
Ryneldi Becenti - Native American basketball hero

Sporting Witness

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 9:03


It's 25 years since Ryneldi Becenti became the first Native American to play in the women's NBA when she made her debut for the Phoenix Mercury. Basketball is a big sport on Native American reservations and success made Becenti a hero in her community. In 2019, Lucy Burns spoke to Ryneldi Becenti about her career and her challenging family background. Photo: Ryneldi Becenti playing for Arizona State University (courtesy Arizona State University)

Off the Cuff with SDJ - ELEVATE Your Life | Spontaneous | Informal | Unrehearsed

Kate Shipp is a Christ-Centered yoga therapist, certified with the International Association of Yoga Therapy. She holds a B.S. in Marketing from Arizona State University, and has thousands of hours in training and personal experience in various holistic therapies. For the past decade, Kate has specialized in seeing clients for mental health and trauma recovery. She uses the teachings of Jesus and the philosophy and practices of yoga, combined with the neuroscience of trauma, to help clients overcome painful pasts, remember their wholeness, and live a life of peace and joy. She is an international best-selling author of her memoir of recovery from complex PTSD, I Am Strong Enough Now God, Thanks : My Journey from Trauma to Truth

That Anthro Podcast
Evolutionary Approaches to Human Health with Dr. Amy Boddy

That Anthro Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 54:17


Welcome to the podcast Associate Professor of Anthropology at UC Santa Barbara, Dr. Amy Boddy. Dr. Boddy specializes in evolutionary approaches to human health and researches topics like comparative oncology, maternal fetal transfer and conflict, and much more. Dr. Boddy discusses her academic journey as a first generation student, starting with community college in Michigan and then onto Wayne State where she received her BA and PhD. Dr. Boddy has always been drawn to human health, biology and evolution, but it wasn't until her senior year of college she discovered how she could use an anthropological lens to study the questions she wanted to. We then move into her experience as a post-doc and moving internationally with a young child. Prior to her appointment at UCSB, she worked at the Comparative Oncology Center at Arizona State University where she was a professor. While she still works with this team today, in 2017 she accepted a professor position at UCSB. Currently she teaches classes like Evolutionary Medicine, Human Reproductive Ecology, Genetics, and runs a great lab on campus. We talk the transition from ASU to UCSB, quarter versus semester system from student and professorial point of view, as well as her takeaways from online learning. Currently, she and a team are investigating microchimerism, or the transfer of cells between mother and baby during pregnancy. She has obtained blood samples from a hospital in Santa Barbara to further research these fascinating cells and their role in immune response. Google scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=jnNIBc4AAAAJ&hl=en Twitter: @amy_boddy http://www.boddylab.ca/ Follow @thatanthropodcast on Instagram, and @ThatAnthroPod on Twitter for more behind the scenes content. Brought to you in collaboration with the American Anthropological Association check out their podcast library here https://www.americananthro.org/StayInformed/Content.aspx?ItemNumber=1629

We Talk Careers
Art of Negotiation with Shanna Weber

We Talk Careers

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 34:36


How do you negotiate in a way that builds lasting and productive relationships? We all negotiate. In our personal lives, in our careers, how we negotiate and who wins, can make a lasting impact. In this episode of We Talk Careers, we are talking to Shanna Weber. Shana is the Managing Director of Corporate Strategy at Charles Schwab. She leads a team focused on identifying near term growth opportunities while also supporting long-term strategic planning across the enterprise. Shannon earned her MBA from the University of Arizona and dual BS degrees in finance and management from Arizona State University. She completed her SIFMA designation at Wharton. Kristine Delano and Shanna talk about the art of negotiation. Why is listening a superpower? And how nothing can beat preparation.  They mention Episode 11, where Diana Tidd talks about the importance of how other's receive information. Follow on Instagram kristine.delano.writer to join the conversation. Visit www.womeninetfs.com to find additional support in the ETF industry. Go to www.kristinedelano.com for your Thrive Guide: a compilation of the most requested and insightful advice from our guests on Leadership and Advancement.

Saving Elephants | Millennials defending & expressing conservative values
107 – Right to Work with Christopher Chesny

Saving Elephants | Millennials defending & expressing conservative values

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 97:07


As more and more working-class Americans join the Republican party some voices on the Right are advocating the GOP become the worker's party—a role that has traditionally been held by various movements and parties of the Left.  Is there any merit to this idea?  What is the history of labor relations and the Right and Left in the United States?  How have labor unions and right to work laws evolved over the past century?  Do national candidates like JD Vance or Ron DeSantis have what it takes to capitalize on the surge of working-class voters on the Right?  Joining Josh is his friend of nearly a decade Christopher Chesny to discuss all this and more.   About Christopher Chesny Christopher Chesny is a conservative activist who has been involved in Republican and conservative politics for almost two decades.  After his political awakening at a young age after the 2000 Election and 9/11, he began to engage in the public policy process in a myriad of ways before graduating high school, and that engagement has continued through college up to the present day.  This has included academic public policy research, journalism covering state governmental bodies including legislatures and executive and judicial branch agencies, being elected to various party offices and as an alternate delegate to the Republican National Convention, lobbying legislators for conservative causes both in an activist and professional capacity, managing social media accounts for conservative groups, and most significantly volunteering and sometimes professionally managing and consulting political campaigns in multiple states across the country.   Currently living in Virginia outside of Washington, D.C., Christopher was born in Oklahoma City and grew up outside Tulsa, and received his B.A. with a Major in Political Science and Minors in History and Economics from Arizona State University, and later his Master's Degree in Public Administration from the University of Oklahoma.  Besides specializing in American political history and psephology (the study of elections) since the Second World War, he is a fan of history and geography from most every era in most every part of the world, especially the history of different religious faiths.  Besides keeping up with current events, he is also an armchair cinephile and an avid fan of both classical music and rock 'n roll, especially alternative rock and its offshoots from the 1980s through to the present day.   You can find Chris on Twitter at @ChrisChesny89  

The Flipping 50 Show
Oxidative Stress: The Gatekeeper to Healthy Aging and Healthy Libido?

The Flipping 50 Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 32:35


Oxidative stress is in part an effect of aging and can be an effect of poor lifestyle, even overtraining or over-exercise. In this episode I talk with a true science geek … and we break it down.  00:00 In this episode, we talk about how to encourage natural hair growth, reduce gray hair, boost libido and reduce fine lines around the eyes and mouth.  Now my science guy didn't lead with that, so you'll have to listen to the end when we get to the juicy stuff but this is definitely an episode that will help you expand your tools for aging optimally.  Need to start, restart, or reset? The 5 Day Flip: https://www.flippingfifty.com/5dayflip   My Guest: Ken Swartz, aka “Ken the Scientist,” is the Founder and Chief Science Officer of C60 Purple Power, a health and wellness company committed to delivering the highest quality C60 products available. Ken earned a Master of Science degree from the University of Colorado at Denver and a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Arizona State University. He spent the early part of his career as a secondary school teacher and is passionate about helping and educating people. Ken has run several research science laboratories over the course of his career and discovered C60 while developing the MOXY fusion reactor. During his research, he became aware of the powerful free radical neutralizing properties of C60. He first began using C60 as a radiation protectant while leading a fusion reactor project. He noticed, after taking C60 for a couple of months, that not only was it protecting him from the radiation, but it was also improving his overall health. So, he continued taking it. About 8 months after Ken started taking C60, he was at a routine visit with his optometrist and discovered that his dry Macular Degeneration was gone. The doctor was dumbfounded and told him that in all his years, he had never seen such a miraculous outcome. Due to this healing experience, he decided to dedicate himself to the research, study, and production of C60 Buckminsterfullerene products. In 2016, he founded C60 Purple Power which offers C60 made with certified organic oils and 99.99% pure sublimated Carbon 60, never exposed to solvents, and sourced in the U.S. Ken believes that “your health is your responsibility” and he is on a mission to help people feel empowered to take back control of their health. ''Your health is your responsibility.'' -Ken Swartz  Questions we answer on this podcast: 04:51 What is oxidative stress and how is it related to the aging process? 09:10 What is C60 and why did the scientists who discovered it win a Nobel Prize? 12:00 What health benefits can I expect from C60? 13:42 What, if any negative side effects are there?  14:00 What can women expect from C60? 15:36 How is C60 different from other antioxidants? 18:39 Why C60 Purple Power? “ Allopathic medicine is great if you're cut, burned, or poisoned but it really isn't effective with degenerative diseases” -Ken Swartz Try C60 Yourself:  https://go.c60purplepower.com/Flipping50 Coupon Code: Flipping50 Ken's Social: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/c60purplepower/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/c60purplepowerproducts Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/C60PurplePower?sub_confirmation=1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/c60purplepower Additional Resources:  5 Day Flip: https://www.flippingfifty.com/5-day-challenge-new/  

The CEO Sessions
Lead Your Team with Artificial Intelligence? IBM Global Chief AI Office, Dr. Seth Dobrin

The CEO Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 40:50


Should you use artificial intelligence to lead your team? This question may seem straight out of science fiction, but it's actually a burning question that top companies are asking around the globe today. I host IBM's first Global Chief AI Officer, Seth Dobrin, on the show, and he shares three steps that every leader should take to create an AI strategy. In his role, Seth leads IBM's corporate AI strategy and is responsible for connecting the development and governance of AI across IBM's business units with a systemic creation of business value. The commitment to human-centered AI prompted Seth to create a new methodology that helps companies develop AI strategies built on trust, providing business outcomes that are more fair, more accurate, and focused on real humans' needs. This methodology has helped elevate AI from being simply a tool used to make processes more efficient to an overarching catalyst of business transformation. Seth was recognized as AI Innovator of the Year 2021 at the AIconics Awards and named one of Corinium's Top 100 Leaders in Data & Analytics 2022. He has his undergraduate degree in Microbiology and a PhD in Molecular and Cellular biology from Arizona State University. LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sdobrin Company Link: https://www.ibm.com What You'll Discover in this Episode: The important difference between AI and Machine Learning. If you should be worried about being “AI'ed” out of a job and what to do about it. Three steps to build an AI strategy for your team. Surprising places you'd never expect AI. The science fiction that inspired him as a kid. The one course he requires his kids to take (and why we should all take it ourselves). Why you should consider applying for a job if you're only 70% qualified. How AI can help leaders declare their vision (and it's limitations). The guiding principle for how leaders should use AI. Helpful gadgets for leaders. Quotes: “AI won't replace managers and leaders, but managers and leaders who use AI will.” ----- Connect with the Host, #1 bestselling author Ben Fanning https://www.benfanning.com/speaker/ (Speaking and Training inquires) https://followbenonyoutube.com (Subscribe to my Youtube channel) https://www.linkedin.com/in/benfanning/ (LinkedIn) https://www.instagram.com/benfanning1/ (Instagram) https://twitter.com/BenFanning1 (Twitter)

The EdUp Experience
437: How to Innovate to Personalize Learning at Scale - with Dr. Michael Crow, President of Arizona State University (ASU)

The EdUp Experience

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 42:15


We welcome YOU back to America's leading higher education podcast, The EdUp Experience! It's YOUR time to #EdUp In this episode, President Series #150, YOUR guest is Dr. Michael Crow, President of Arizona State University (ASU), YOUR guest cohost is Ryan Stowers, Executive Director at The Charles Koch Foundation, YOUR host is Dr. Joe Sallustio, & YOUR sponsor is Google! Want to know how to innovate to personalize learning at scale? Listen in to find out! YOU can not miss this episode! Michael M. Crow is an educator, knowledge enterprise architect, science & technology policy scholar, & higher education leader. He became the 16th president of Arizona State University in July 2002 & has spearheaded ASU's rapid & groundbreaking transformative evolution into one of America's best public metropolitan research universities. As a model “New American University,” ASU simultaneously demonstrates comprehensive excellence, inclusivity representative of the ethnic & socioeconomic diversity of the United States, & consequential societal impact. Under his leadership, ASU has established 25 new transdisciplinary schools, including the School of Earth & Space Exploration, the School for the Future of Innovation in Society, & the School of Human Evolution & Social Change, & launched trailblazing multidisciplinary initiatives including the Biodesign Institute, the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Futures Laboratory, & important initiatives in the humanities & social sciences. Thank YOU so much for tuning in. Join us on the next episode for YOUR time to EdUp! Connect with YOUR EdUp Team - Elvin Freytes & Dr. Joe Sallustio ● Join YOUR EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! We make education YOUR business! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/edup/message

LEAVE YOUR MARK
Hollywood's Nail Guru, Deborah Lippmann, on How to Blend Your Passions to Navigate Two Careers at Once and Become a Reluctant Entrepreneur

LEAVE YOUR MARK

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 34:43


"Either do it or shut up about it" is the phrase that would ultimately lead Deborah Lippmann on the journey of a lifetime to create an eponymous empire in the beauty industry. So if you are someone like Deborah who can't stop talking about a passion, unconsciously, you are ready to go and do it. You just have to find the courage to bet on yourself. Hands down (no pun intended), Deborah Lippmann is the leading authority in the wildly competitive nail category. Established in 1999, Deborah Lippmann was founded on an ethos of quality meets care. Informed by her years on the red carpet, fashion runways, and editorial, the award-winning brand reflects her ultra-high standards in terms of product performance. It is crafted to nourish and support nails and skin. Time and again, she's broken new ground and pioneered innovative practices in both the editorial and brand arenas. Her business is a family affair, working with her husband and brother since its inception. Deborah is the go-to manicurist for an awe-inspiring list of celebrities, including Oprah Winfrey, Lupita Nyong'o, Laura Dern, and Lady Gaga, to name just a few. She also enjoys stellar fashion cred through her backstage magic for such houses as Chanel, Balenciaga, Dior, and Versace. But it's in Deborah Lippmann's eponymous brand, that her creativity and business acumen truly shines. She has been crowned a "mega-manicurist" by Vogue and "one of the best manicurists in the country" by Allure. But Deborah never gave up her first dream to be a jazz singer. She has a degree in music from Arizona State University, has recorded three albums, and has her own iTunes and Spotify channels. Deborah has performed in numerous New York City clubs, including The Carlyle, Feinstein's, and The Rainbow Room. She has sung the national anthem multiple times at Madison Square Garden and recently for the Minneapolis Twins. In this episode, Deborah shares how she navigated her true passion as a professional jazz singer– a lifelong love and also began a journey that would lead to building a luxury nail brand. We discuss the intimacy of her business, how to build authentic relationships and the secret to her longevity and success. Plus, the behind-the-scenes of what it's like working with Hollywood's biggest stars during award season!

Epic Film Guys Podcast
BRAIN STEW - TOP 5 KILLS of the Friday the 13th Series with Kellen's Petty Talk Show

Epic Film Guys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 87:32


KI KI KI...MA MA MA! Happy Friday the 13th Creeps! As a special surprise we sat down with our buddy Kellen from Kellen's Petty Talk Show, to countdown our Top 5 Kills of the Friday the 13th Series! Keep it creepy, Justin, Jeremy & B-Ratty P.S. We had a little static come through on this one but we felt it added to the vintage flavor.   EPISODE MUSIC Intro Music: "Theme from Friday the 13th Part III" by Harry Manfredini. All rights reserved.   Where to Find Us Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/epic-film-guys-podcast/id1027239734 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7HLugZWXbUgT6DlkuVz93R Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cDovL2VwaWNmaWxtZ3V5cy5wb2RiZWFuLmNvbS9mZWVkLw Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/epic-film-guys-podcast-1724 The Hobster's Dumpster: https://www.facebook.com/groups/epicfilmguys Feed URL: https://epicfilmguys.podbean.com/feed/ Wordpress: http://epicfilmguys.wordpress.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/epicfilmguysny/live You can also catch us on most every podcatcher under the sun! Search for us on BluBrry, Stitcher, Spreaker, Google Podcasts, Overcast, and many others. Search and you will find us! There has never been a better time to join up with the elites at https://www.patreon.com/epicfilmguys! You can get access to pre-roll and outtakes from the show, exclusive episodes, free swag, and so much more. Tiers start as low as $1/month! Please consider supporting the show, and thank you for being one of the EFG faithful! Executive Producers: Jarrod Taylor, Johnny Nigh Producers: Alan Gallauresi, Andrew Folloder, Brandon Frederick, Chris Yeany, Christopher J. Maltezos, The Countdown, Julio Olivera Mendoza, Justin Winters, Kate Maxwell, Matt Bartman, The Movie Journey, Nerdrovert, Patrick Sherwood, Reel Feels Podcast, Scott LaVare, Tony Dobish, TwistedPhilly, Two Peas on a Podcast, Tyler Dane Sutton, Cody Mastel, Dissect that Film.   Meet the BRAIN STEW crew Justin lives in a suburb of Washington D.C. after moving from the Binghamton, NY area with his wife and daughter. He is our resident "encyclopedia of film" and chances are, if you've heard some film news, Justin already heard it before you. A massive fan of the '80s and horror flicks of all shapes and sizes! Catch him on Facebook or our Instagram account, or on our Twitter @EpicFilmGuys.   Jeremy lives in Woodbridge VA. He is a diehard Horror expert, memorabilia collector, and overly enthusiastic movie fan. He has traveled the world far and wide, meeting celebrities, collecting rare movie artifacts and meeting hundreds of members of the horror community. If you don't know who he is now, you soon will. Catch him on Facebook or on his Instagram at @jt_pumpkin_gutz    Brady lives just outside of Boston, MA. He graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in Political Science, and is currently pursuing his Master's of English Studies at ASU (Forks Up). After falling in love with horror and devouring any 80s/90s horror he could get his hands on, he started writing for Epic Film Guys in early 2021. Currently, he spends his time reading up on new authors in the horror genre, visiting any New England landmark referenced in boom or film, and listening to Creed. Catch him on Twitter @BradyCloven and on Instagram @bacloven   Learn the full history of the Epic Film Guys by visiting http://epicfilmguys.wordpress.com/about-us/.  

The Greek Current
The American far-right and the Orthodox Church

The Greek Current

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 15:21


NPR recently highlighted how Orthodox Christian churches in the US are drawing in far-right American converts that show strong strains of nativism and white nationalism, along with a strong admiration for authoritarianism and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Dr. Sarah Riccardi-Swartz and Dr. Aram Sariksian join Thanos Davelis to look at this phenomenon and explore what the broader implications are not only for Orthodox churches in the US, but also for US democracy. Dr. Sarah Riccardi-Swartz is the postdoctoral fellow for the Recovering Truth: Religion, Journalism, and Democracy project in the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict at Arizona State University. An anthropologist, scholar of American religion, and trained documentary filmmaker, she specializes in social politics, media, race, and Orthodox Christianity. She is the author of Between Heaven and Russia: Religious Conversion and Political Apostasy in Appalachia.Dr. Aram Sarkisian is a postdoctoral teaching fellow in the History Department at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. A historian of immigration, religion, and labor, his research focuses on Orthodox Christianity in North America, especially amongst Russian and Slavic communities.Read the in-depth NPR piece we cite here: Orthodox Christian churches are drawing in far-right American convertsYou can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here:Greece to extend base access deal with US militaryLeftist opposition refuses to back US defense dealΥπερψηφίστηκε η Αμυντική Συμφωνία Ελλάδας – ΗΠΑKey Turkish opposition figure banned from politics after anti-Erdoğan tweetTurkish court upholds key opposition politician's conviction

Serious Privacy
Cybersecurity, Warfare, and Women (w Victoria Beckman)

Serious Privacy

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 35:47


In this episode of Serious Privacy, Paul Breitbarth  and Dr. K Royal connect with Victoria Beckman, the lead over Microsoft Digital Crimes Unit for the Americas and an award-winning woman in cybersecurity. Victoria is a former law student of K's at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University and they both wound up in privacy-related fields. Of course, Victoria's route to her current role was quite indirect, including a background in engineering.We focus on a recent special report by Microsoft on the cyberwarfare being conducted in the Ukraine by Russia, aloing with Microsoft's annual digital defense report, the last one issued in 2021. Join us as we discuss these hot topics, along with data protection basics, such as passwords (as also discussed by K and her husband Tim in episode 34 in season 2) and phishing attacks. As always, please feel free to reach out to us at seriousprivacy@trustarc.com or on LinkedIn for Serious Privacy and TrustArc (as well as Paul and Dr. K). You can reach us on Twitter @TrustArc @PodcastPrivacy @EuroPaulB and @HeartofPrivacy. Please also rate and review us in your favorite podcast app and share us with your friends. 

Thriving Thyroid with Shannon Hansen - Functional Nutrition for better women's hormones using food as medicine.

Ben Brown is the owner of BSL Nutrition, an online nutrition & fitness consulting business specializing in designing individualized nutrition, lifestyle, and strength training programs. Ben currently works with both local and long-distance individuals and businesses, and has worked consulted with numerous sports teams, including the Arizona Diamondbacks and Golden State Warriors organizations. He holds two Masters degrees, the first from Arizona State University in Exercise and Wellness with an emphasis in strength & conditioning, and the second from The University of Bridgeport in Clinical Nutrition. Most importantly, Ben is a husband and father to 3 young children who provide the daily love, motivation, and humility he uses as a driving force to continue to learn and grow as a man, mentor, and coach.   Grab a FREE copy of our Fat Loss Fix Guide: www.FatLossFixGuide.com Join our Nutrition Community: https://www.smartnutritionmadesimple.com Subscribe to our Youtube Channel: www.SmartNutritionMadeSimpleTV.com Connect with us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/bslnutrition   The most important factors that influence fat loss What is the best type of exercise for improving body composition Which supplements should I be taking? Which is the best diet? How sleep impacts health and weight loss How to know if your metabolism is "damaged" (hint: it's not) How many calories should I be eating? How should exercise and nutrition change after 40 yrs old? Why is muscle mass so important as we age? The #1 way we should take control of our health . . . . . . SHOW NOTES AT    Get on the Hansen Method waitlist. Click here. We open up the Hansen Method 2-3x a year so that we can fully support our clients to the highest degree possible.   Thinking about using nutrition and holistic health for restoring thyroid function? Learn EVERYTHING you need to know by joining our Free Facebook Group. Thriving Thyroid Balance Community.   Are you interested in learning more about your thyroid and finding answers?    We got you!    We have several different opportunities to work with us at several different price points and opportunities.    Our signature 6-month program is called The Hansen Method, we offer this in a VIP setting with personalized plans and protocols, individual one on one coaching and incredible bonuses that change regularly. You can schedule a complimentary thyroid breakthrough call with one of our thyroid advisors. Click here.  If you have questions about the Hansen Method and want to discuss your specific situation and make sure this is the right program for you you can schedule a complimentary thyroid breakthrough call with one of our team members. schedule here. Hurry, my schedule fills up quickly and we only work with limited amount of women at any given time.    Join hundreds of women who have improved their symptoms by 80% and lose on average 30lbs in the 4 months.     Not ready to schedule a call, no problem. Learn more about the Hansen Method to see if it's a good fit for you. Click here to learn more.    We also offer The Hansen Method as a Self Guided option.    Option number 1 for self guide is where you are totally on your own to go through the program content, make the changes and execute them on your own. 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Make sure to schedule our Thyroid Breakthrough call with one of our thyroid advisors.    FULL AUDIO TRANSCRIPTION Speaker 1 (00:00): This is episode 85 with Ben brown. Ben brown is the owner of BSL nutrition and online nutrition and fitness consulting business specializing in designing individualized nutrition, lifestyle and strength training programs. Ben currently works with both local and long distance individuals and businesses and has worked in con has consulted with numerous sports teams, including the Arizona Diane index and the golden state warrior organizations. He holds two master's degree, one degrees, one from Arizona state university in exercise and wellness with an emphasis on strength and conditioning and a second from the university of Bridgepoint in clinical nutrition. Most importantly then is a husband and a father of three kids who provide the daily love, motivation, and humility. He uses as a driving force to continue to learn and grow as a man mentor and coach you guys. This is one of my most, I say that about a lot of episodes, but I really enjoyed this interview with Ben. I feel like he has a really great understanding in terms of weight loss and nutrition and how we go through phases and, and nutritional seasons to support the body. And this is something that I fundamentally believe that we are always progressing more and more, and it's important to listen to our body and understand what our bodies need at this same and age as we go through these different phases and seasons of life. So I hope you guys enjoy this episode as much as I have Speaker 2 (01:44): Welcome back to the thriving thyroid podcast, where we choose to become empowered patients and take our health into our own hands. Hi, I'm Shannon Hanson, a Christian entrepreneur, a mom of three. And after dealing with my own health mysteries, I made it my mission to learn everything I could about the thyroid. I soon became certified as a holistic wellness practitioner, a functional nutrition practitioner and a functional diagnostic practitioner. And so much more after that, I founded the revolutionary thyroid program, the Hansen method as a health professional and a mom, I fully understand the importance of having a fun, simple, and sustainable plan for achieving a responsive thyroid. So I share actionable and practical strategies for developing a responsive thyroid so that the ambitious moms and women can gain freedom from fatigue and lose the thyroid weight once. And for all each week, I will be here for you along with my guest experts, we will be sharing simple and tangible tips that work for not only your thyroid, your hormones, your family, and your mindset, so that you can get back to living the life that you envision for yourself. Welcome to the thriving thyroid podcast. Speaker 2 (03:06): Welcome back to the thriving thyroid podcast. You guys, I have Ben brown with me. I am so excited to be having this conversation with him as we are gonna be talking about nutrition and fitness and how that relates to just lifestyle and how to use those things to improve energy. All of, all of the things. So Ben welcome. Speaker 3 (03:28): I'm happy to be here. Thank you for having me Shannon. Speaker 2 (03:31): Yeah, absolutely. So give everybody a little bit of background as to who you are, what you do. Speaker 3 (03:38): Yeah, absolutely. So we have a company called BSL nutrition that stands for body systems labs and we are a fitness and nutrition and kind of supplement coaching company. We've got a number of different supplement products, but most importantly is we are a kind of a nutrition driven coaching company and we believe that your health determines your freedom. And so by virtue of that, we wanna give people the tools and the skills and the knowledge to be able to not only reach their health and fitness and lifestyle goals, but also to be able to maintain those for life. And, and so just in terms of background, I have a couple different master's degree, one in exercise physiology, another one in clinical nutrition. And so I I've been involved in, in strength and conditioning for athletes. I've been involved in physical therapy for just the general population and a long line of personal training with individuals over years and years, and then starting to really study more about nutrition and the implications of nutrition on our health, on our wellbeing on our you know, community and so on and so forth. Speaker 3 (04:45): And so what we've done with our, our coaching program now is really leveraged the best pieces of the fitness of the nutrition of the lifestyle coaching to try and create individualized programs for someone depending on their goals. Speaker 2 (04:59): Yeah. Were you always like an athlete or did the, that kind of shift for you later? Or what, what was that journey like for you? Speaker 3 (05:09): You know I did grow up a bit of an athlete. I I'll albeit not a great one. But by virtue of, of going through sports so in high school I tore my ACL which got me really, really interested into the physical therapy process and into the sport performance process. And then similarly is I suffered from a number of gastrointestinal issues when I was 15, 16 and beyond to the degree that I was very limited with the types of foods I could eat, I was getting sick all the time. I was in a number of different an acid medications, and the doctors couldn't really figure out what was going on with me. And so that also led me to really starting to try and understand how my nutrition impacted my health, right. And through the years of studying undergrad and I actually played rugby for university of Arizona undergrad. Speaker 3 (06:06): And then I went to Arizona state university for graduate school for exercise physiology or exercise and wellness, and continued to play some, some higher level men's club rugby. But throughout that process, I was, I was obviously personal training. I was studying fitness and then I really had to continue to dig deeper, deeper into the realm of nutrition and clinical nutrition and diagnostic nutrition, and supplementation, as a means to frankly, just figure out my own issues. And fortunately, I was able to do that. It took you, I wasn't until about 2006, 2007, that I figured out that I had some nasty bacterial infections going on in my stomach, that I had a number of different food sensitivities that were going on. And so by virtue of kind of healing, those, it helped me venture off into into our, our nutrition coaching program as it stands today. Speaker 2 (06:57): Yeah. So how did you find out that you were having those issues? Food sensitivities, and you said gut pathogen, so like a microbiome issue. So how did, did you do functional testing or how did, how did you kind of land on that? Speaker 3 (07:14): Yeah, great question. So obvious I went the, I guess the route of academia, I went and got a master's degree in exercise and wellness and, you know, we think we're gonna learn all of the things that we need to do our job appropriately. And it's not that way. I didn't, I mean, again, I was involved in sport performance. I was involved in personal training, but I still couldn't figure out what was going on with me. And then at the same time, I was working with a number of clients whose goals were to improve their energy, to to experience fat loss, right. To improve their performance and so on and so forth. And we know the role that nutrition plays in that yet the, the training alone wasn't getting the job done. And so I, I really needed to continue to study. And so I started doing advanced different advanced certifications. Speaker 3 (08:04): I studied through the check Institute. I studied through Charles Quin. You name it. I mean, I was just trying to learn everything I possibly could about nutrition and the implications on health and wellness. And, and I was introduced to a clinician in San Francisco named Dr. Dan Kish. And again, this was in 2006, so this was at the very forefront of the sort of functional medicine revolution. And I signed up for a six month kind of intensive functional medicine certification course. And that really led me down the road of, okay, thyroid function adrenal fatigue, gut function organic acid profiles and understanding how all of these biological organisms and body systems. And, and, and really that was the impetus for, I haven't thought it's funny. I haven't thought about this stuff in a long time, but that was really the impetus for how I came up with the name body systems as my business, because really what we were doing is we were looking at all of these different body systems, right. Speaker 3 (09:13): We were looking at the adrenals and the liver and the gut and, and, and the thyroid and the musculoskeletal system and the brain. Right. And trying to understand all of the nuances of how they're all intertwined. But by virtue of the functional medicine course that I took, we did a you know, a gut pathogen test. I tested positive for H pylori, which is a bacterial infection that houses itself in your stomach lining and can be a really, really nasty infection that can suppress stomach acid and, and cause a host of other issues. So I think it was a product of that and conjunction with just poor eating habits, too much partying in college. And, and, and frankly, growing up, having just been exposed to tons and tons of different antibiotics, like my parents were always the, the people that are like, oh, he's, he's got the sniffles, put him on an antibiotic, you know, and yep. Speaker 3 (10:05): I think which a lot of us a lot of us were perhaps growing up in the eighties and nineties. And so there was a lot of work to be done once that was diagnosed. It was really starting to wind the clock back, take herbal products, to get rid of the pilori start to heal my gut, the mucosal barrier, get rid of gluten and dairy and some of the offensive foods at the time to allow that process to happen. And then just start to figure out how to be my own best nutrition detective from there on out. Speaker 2 (10:36): I love this and I can totally relate to the antibiotics . So I grew up in a family of like physicians and doctors. My dad is an O he was, he passed away an OT. But his brother was a podiatrist and had access to all kinds of pharmaceuticals. So it was like, oh, your throat is scratchy here. You know, we'd have here's Speaker 3 (10:59): Amoxicillin. Speaker 2 (10:59): Yep. Yes. We had the, you know, the big pharmacy pill bottles with, you know, thousands of them. And so it was like, oh, anytime, like you said, the sniffles and the throat, here you go. Here you go. so, yeah. Yep. Definitely leading to that imbalance in the gut. One of the things that I find really interesting about what you talk about in your work is nutritional seasons. So how does that relate to approaching our health weight loss in a realistic way? Speaker 3 (11:34): You know, what's so important that I've come to realize over the years because I've been doing this you know, I've been coaching individuals really since 2003, 2004, 2005. That's when I was in graduate school. And then of course as a full-time business, really since then is that we can't ever take just this myopic one size fits all approach to our nutrition now to be fair, most people most for, for most people, let's just say they, they come and see us and, and they wanna lose weight. Well, that's all good and well, and there's certainly things that we need to focus on in order to help them move the needle. And, and clearly there's, you know, improving their nutritional intake and the quality of food and the amount of movement that they're doing and the type of movement that they're doing and their lifestyle and their stress management and their sleep. Speaker 3 (12:25): But the reality is that there also needs to be like I said, there needs to be seasons to how aggressive we are and what we're focusing on these respective seasons. And so, whereas they might show up with a weight loss goal, for example, you work with women with thyroid dysfunction, right? And so you might be presented with a woman who is experiencing low thyroid, and she's been consistently under eating for a significant period of time. And perhaps she's been over exercising and she has extremely stressful lifestyle and maybe she doesn't sleep enough and maybe she's got some gut dysbiosis. This probably doesn't sound like a terribly unfamiliar picture for you. Speaker 2 (13:11): No, not at all. I would say like 90%, Speaker 3 (13:15): The way that right. Exactly. And, and that's often, right. That's, it's why the hypothyroid is present to some degree. Now what we're gonna do is, is, is invariably is we're not just gonna take someone like that. We're gonna say, well, you know what, you're only eating 1200 calories. So let's just, let's just knock you down to a thousand calories, right? Because it's all about calories and calories out that would be illogical. And we would end up further pushing her down you know, down the down the rabbit hole of dysfunction, right? Any good practitioner is gonna look at that list of issues and, and kind of her lifestyle dysfunction and say, you know what, before we go there, bef what we need to do is we need to create balance in the body. And so the first season for her, perhaps the first quarter, or maybe even six months of her program might very well be, you know what? Speaker 3 (14:09): We actually need to do everything we can to support your metabolism, to support your thyroid. We need to get you eating more frequently. We need to get you eating more nutrient dense food. We need to get you to understand that carbohydrates are your friend. We need you to get you to sleep more. We need you to get you manage your stress. And so it's really understanding that there's so many nuances to this journey that someone's on to the degree, that by first and foremost, assessing what right, where they are, what their goals are, what their current lifestyle habits look like, what their readiness and commitment level for change are by virtue of then understanding all of those. Then we can come up with a game plan, just like we were training for an event, just like we're training for the Olympics, or the super bowl is to say, we wouldn't expect an athlete to come out and perform at their peak level on day one of training camp. Speaker 3 (15:02): We're gonna have to build them up. And so it's that same idea as when we have clients come to us, you know, men and women, mothers, and fathers come to us and they say, you know what? I wanna lose the weight. Well, we need to understand, well, what's gonna be the best for them in the context of their long term goals, say, I'm gonna make sure that when you walk away from this program, not only are you gonna be the leanest that you've ever been at at, at any point, certainly during this program, but you're also gonna be eating the most amount of food you're gonna have the most energy, your hormones are gonna be the most aligned, right. And you're gonna have all of the tools and skills to be able to maintain that for a lifestyle while also understanding that, you know what, the first three months we actually had to get you eating significantly more to help support metabolic function, or maybe we needed to help support lean muscle mass for that period of time, or maybe it was just the holidays. Speaker 3 (15:57): And for people that are signing up right now, or maybe signed up, you know, around Thanksgiving, the last thing we're gonna do is diet them down during perhaps the most difficult time of year for anyone to be in a diet. Right? So I think it's, that's the idea around this, what we call nutritional periodization or nutritional seasons or nutritional cycling is understanding that there's gonna be periods where we're gonna diet. Sure, absolutely. Invariably it is necessary to create a calorie deficit if we're looking to lose weight, lose body fat, but it doesn't mean that we don't need to spend periods of time in a growth phase, in a maintenance phase, in a quote unquote metabolic repair phase. Right. It's just understanding that when we project out for however long, the goal is, or however long the journey's gonna look like we need to make sure we're, we're approaching the right things at the right time. Speaker 2 (16:52): Yeah. I, I like that. So speak to metabolism because I feel like that is one of the words that's kind of thrown around in health and wellness and can be really confusing for people, especially when especially for women, because I feel like what, what you're kind of speaking into is they're at 1200 calories and they're doctors like, Hey, cut your calories and they're gaining more weight, they're getting more puffy, they're getting more inflamed. So maybe, maybe speak into that a little bit for us. Speaker 3 (17:27): Yeah. I appreciate how you, the, the example you just gave, because the way that I like to think about it and the way that I was taught and one of the, one of the mentors I've had throughout my career as Dr. Jade TIDA, who's, who's really brilliant with sort of looking at the metabolism and, and the functions of the metabolism, but essentially what we're talking about is a stress barometer. Mm-Hmm right. And so when we do things that are stressing, the body out is the body's gonna respond in certain way. Now this has to do with our body temperature. It has to do with our ability to, to burn body fat. It has to do with our gut health. It has to do with our blood sugar regulation. It has to do with our weight and how we are manipulating fluids on a daily basis. Speaker 3 (18:13): All of these things come from our brain function from our get health function. And I would say that all of these work together to create this quote unquote this metabolism, this, this stress barometer. And so one of the things to understand is when we push on the metabolism, when we go out and we do a, a a spin class, when we go do a boot camp a boot camp workout class or something, that's really high intensity our body's gonna respond because you know, we're obviously gonna burn some calories during this workout, but what we don't, what we don't acknowledge in the realm of exercise is that the metabolism is gonna push back to the degree that what the body really cares about is survival, right? It cares about maintaining blood sugar levels. It cares about maintaining body temperature. It cares about procreation and keeping you alive. Speaker 3 (19:06): Now, when we go and do things that are stressful on the body. So it's not just exercise, but it's also under reading is a, is a stressor on the body, just our daily lifestyle, being surrounded by cam you know computers and phones and the news and the kids yelling, right, and waking us up early and all of our financial obligations and work. These are all stressors that put us into this, this level of sympathetic nervous system overload, which in and of itself is a major stressor, but what's important to understand is the body has an adaptive and sort of reactive response to all of these things, because it cares about survival. So when we push one way, it has a very unique and complex system for pushing back the other way, right? To the degree that when we go and do that boot camp, high intensity, you know, huffing and puffing and sweating and in a puddle of sweat just done. Speaker 3 (19:59): So after the workout that we think is so great for us, well, what we know now from the research is that one of the, and actually a couple of the unique mechanisms that the body undergoes is almost a down regulation of metabolic function, right? To the degree that we can suppress our meat, which is our non-exercise activity thermogenesis. So basically all that means Shannon is that when we go do stuff that burns a lot of calories, depending on what it is that we're doing, our body has the ability to say, you know what, dude, we don't know how we're gonna, if we're gonna be taking in enough calories later on, we're gonna make you slow down, right? We're gonna make you more tired and we're gonna make you more lethargic. We're gonna make you less likely to just fidget and Twitch and, and, and want to get up and, and go to the refrigerator or, or fill up your water cup or go over to the water cooler or whatever. Speaker 3 (20:54): And not only that is, we may actually make you hungrier by a virtue of the calories that you just expended, right. To the degree that you might crave more foods. And, and what we see from the research is that when we do these types of high intensity exercise most people end up making up those calories and then some throughout the rest of the day and or throughout the rest of the week. So that's one small example of the metabolism at work. But essentially that's what we're talking about is, is just this highly dynamic reactive mechanism that helps the keep the body in homeostasis. Hmm. Right. Does, does that answer your question? Speaker 2 (21:37): Yeah, absolutely. And part of my reason for asking this, and I I've talked about this multiple times on the podcast and then, you know, webinars and things. I, one of the big mistakes that I made early on was I was trying to lose the weight and I wi I did all the things that you're supposed to do. I went to the gym, I hired a personal trainer. I was in the gym five days a week. I was cutting calories. And that first month when we're taking measurements and doing weight and checking in, and I gained 10 pounds, I gained inches . And I was like, Speaker 3 (22:14): Interesting, Speaker 2 (22:15): What is going on with me? And that was the big clue for me that my hormones were way off balance. And I remember my personal trainer, he is a guy probably didn't know much about women's hormones. at no offense to him. But he was like, well, you didn't go up that much. And I'm thinking 10 pounds, no wonder my clothes are fitting terribly. Speaker 3 (22:39): You'd have been devastated. Had you gone up two pounds, especially after all that hard work. And I think it's a perfect example, not to interrupt you, but I think it's a perfect example of how the body pushes back against stress mm-hmm and understanding that it's not always about just reducing your calorie intake. And it's certainly not always about ramping up your exercise and sometimes doing the two of those simultaneously, depending on where you're at, especially if it's like postpartum, when you already have enough stress to deal with, and your body's recovering can create can, can just create a cascade as you're experiencing of issues of inflammation, of suppressed thyroid function, suppressed what we call metabolic compensation, or sort of metabolic down regulation if you will. Speaker 2 (23:26): Yeah. Yeah. And that's exactly what I was experiencing at that time. And you did talk about briefly about the adrenal portion. And so for me, after having that experience, I went, whoa. Something is way, way off. And I went in, started having hormones tested, and my cortisol was super, super low. It was very, very low. It was, I was kind of in that burnout phase, Speaker 3 (23:52): You would, did salivary salivary cortisol. Speaker 2 (23:55): I did. Yes. Speaker 3 (23:56): Yeah. So you were in like a stage three or like at all the way down. Yeah. Past the level where you you'd experienced periods of high cortisol almost in this, as you said, burnout stage. Speaker 2 (24:07): Yeah, yeah, yeah. I was at it. Most people probably won't understand what this means. You probably will. I was at 0.02, so I was like nothing. So , it was a very fun time for me. And I had to really do a lot of like what you're talking about, changing my diet, going back to just walking for movement, you know? Yes. And hitting that nutritional season to get further ahead, Speaker 3 (24:39): Of actually feeling yourself, giving yourself the right nutrition, allowing your body to stay in a parasympathetic or a, a rest and digest phase to mitigate the amount of sympathetic stressors so that you can recover so that your adrenals can recover so that your blood sugar can recover. Right. So you can drive the nutrients, improve gut health, right. Brain function, and sort of that whole hypothalamus, pituitary access reset if you will. Yeah. Mm-Hmm . Yeah. And that's what most people don't understand is we, they just think, okay, well, look, we're coming up on the new year. Okay. It's time to diet. It's time to grind it. It start over exercising. And it's really just for a lot of people it's backing 'em into a corner because they're already in a state of, of sympathetic overload. So one of the things we do with in, in our, in our coaching program is, is we actually don't even start with structured exercise, structured strength training. Speaker 3 (25:31): We just start with observing nutritional habits, lifestyle factors, and walking. And it, it doesn't even matter. I mean, we have people that are in, are already coming in, in great shape. But the reality is that most people are in some level of, of stress overload. And, and, and then also, as I was alluding to in explaining the metabolism is exercise is not a good driver of weight loss. Mm-Hmm , we already understand that very clearly from the research. And so it, it would be illogic for us to just blast someone, even though people want it, like they think they wanna go in and, and start doing all of the things, all of the exercise, but who would be iLogic and, and unreasonable and irresponsible for us to do that. Instead as we know the big needle movers for people, whether they understand it or not, and whether they're resistant to it or not, it's gonna be, you know, what, let's figure out where your calories are. Let's figure out what your lifestyles are, and let's identify the low hanging fruit. Maybe we just need to move more right from walking. Maybe we just need to drink more water. We need to get better nutrition in manage your calories more effectively and give you the opportunity to actually de-stress before we go into the season of, okay, let's, you know, start driving the strength training. Speaker 2 (26:43): Yeah. I, I really appreciate this. So for the way that you work with people is you mentioned something about kind of evaluating where people are at before diving into a whole plan. So give us a little bit of idea as to like, how do you get a baseline for people Speaker 3 (27:02): Mm-Hmm yeah, we I've developed a whole process called what I call the pure science proven results process, which is a very clear cut methodo excuse me, methodical system that we put together over the last several years by virtue of frankly spending years and years, not getting people the results that they deserve and learning the hard way of saying, okay, we did this, we did the 30 day fast tracks. We did the detoxes. We did the, the 12 week plan. So not all of our coaching programs are minimum of six months. And most clients stay on for at least a year again, because we're identifying that there's gotta be seasons to change, but the way that we understand what someone's really gonna need is by doing a complex and in depth assessment. And, and so through this process, through this pure science proven results process, we collect data, both objective and subjective data Shannon. Speaker 3 (27:52): And so what that looks like is really very simply it's like, Hey, can you track your calories for a couple weeks? Just so we have an understanding of how much you're taking in, because, you know, we understand that one is when you are tracking, you are going to make better decisions. Yeah. Right. So you've already got built in accountability right there. You're already like, Hmm, probably shouldn't have that second glass of wine. I probably shouldn't grab that second handful of M and Ms or whatever. Right. And secondly, is that you are creating more awareness by virtue of the process you're starting to acknowledge. Wow. I didn't realize like how many calories wine was. I didn't realize that, you know, the, the butter on my toast in conjunction with the orange juice in conjunction with the, the pastry that I have every morning ends up being 700 calories. Speaker 3 (28:45): Right? Yeah. So we're giving you the opportunity and the autonomy to start to identify some needle movers on your own to allow you to start to make better decisions. In addition to calories, we track steps. We track hours of sleep. And then we, we, we do, depending on what someone's goals are, we wanna know what's going on with weight on a daily basis. And what's going on with circumference measurements every couple weeks. Because as you know, and as we know, based on the metabolism and how the body functions is, it's always in regulation, it's always trying to maintain homeostasis and there's always levels of, of fluctuations around fluid. So if, and when you do weigh yourself I'm sure as, as, as yourself and plenty of your female clients have observed that if they've ever weighed themselves on a daily basis you're gonna see that weight constantly fluctuating, right? Speaker 3 (29:38): Yeah. And, and that's for a myriad of reasons having to do with certainly not only fat loss, but having to do with menstrual cycle, having to do with carbohydrated intake, having to do with salt, alcohol intake previous food, sensitivities, food sensitivities, thank you, stress levels all of those types of things. And so we find that that's a very good metric. It's not the end all be all, but it's one good objective metric for us to keep an eye on, to help the individuals start to become their own best nutrition detective, to understand, you know, what, every time I eat that spaghetti sauce, the, the scales up a couple pounds. Isn't that interesting? I don't know if it means anything, but it's certainly an interesting observation. And then subjectively is what we call biofeedback things like hunger, energy, cravings, mood, libido, digestion, cognitive function, right. Speaker 3 (30:30): If we're talking about thyroid, this is everything. These are all of the things that our hormones are going to influence. So we need to understand that one of the things that we see frequently, Shannon is by virtue of giving someone the opportunity to actually de-stress to say, you know what? We're just not gonna worry about tructure to exercise right now. I just want you to walk. I just want you to drink water. I just want you to maybe eat three square meals a day or four square meals a day. One of the things we see, especially with women like your clients, is we start to see that hunger starts to come back, you know, whereas they might have been like, you know, I just never hungry for breakfast. Like I just wait till 10 or 11 or 12, and cuz I'm running around with the kids and, and I'm just not hungry. Speaker 3 (31:20): And then one of the things we start to see is, you know what, I'm starting to identify that I'm experiencing hunger mm-hmm . And despite the fact that the scale's not moving, we're actually starting to see that body composition is changing. You're perhaps becoming less inflamed, retaining less fluids, retaining less water. You're starting to have more energy. You're starting to think more clearly sleep quality is improving. Libido's starting to come back, right? These are all fantastic signs that the body's actually starting to heal and, and, and respond effectively from this process. And so this is what we call kind of part of our onboarding or calibration period, right. Where we're just getting an idea, Shannon of what you typically do right throughout the first few weeks of the program by, and then based on that, then we can make informed decisions around, okay, what's gonna be the biggest needle mover that we can plug in with the least amount of resistance. Speaker 3 (32:16): You're a busy mom of soon to be four, right? Yeah. For me to say, Hey, Shaheen, I need you to eat six meals a day and I need you to hit, you know, 170 grams of protein a day. And you'd be like, I don't know what your current habits look like. But the point is, is say there's no cookie cutter approach. It's like, we need to understand what your lifestyle, what your eating habits look like, so that we can start to plug things in that are gonna be easy for you to, to plug in consistently. Speaker 2 (32:47): Yeah. I remember working with a naturalpathic doctor and he kind of did something similar to you where he is like, I need you to do all of these things. And I just looked at him and I was like, I, there's no way, like I had three kids five and under, and I was like, I'm gonna need a full time. Live-In nanny and a housekeeper to try to do this thing. And I'm already running on fumes, you know, that's it. And we have a similar process where when our clients come in, we evaluate, you know, very similar, how your sleep, how are your bowel movements? Yeah. How stress levels, what are you eating? How frequently are you eating? What types of things are you eating? and then like you said, Hey, some of the women that are coming in to work with us, aren't even eating, you know, let's say three servings of vegetables. Mm-Hmm , that might be an easy thing to change and incorporate just, just a little bit more veggies, first thing in the morning or whatever it is. And that will make yeah. A big impact, you know, Speaker 3 (33:54): A hundred percent. So I that's, it, it, it love it. It's just so important to meet someone where they are, I've been doing this long enough. And it it's interesting because when I first figured out what was going on with me and, and I'm sure you've been down this road, but it's like, you have the, you know, golden ticket. It's like, I know what to do. I fixed myself. Therefore, this is what should work for everyone. And to be clear, I was like a hundred percent gluten free, a hundred percent dairy free paleo, like, you know, and so I'm sitting here preaching this to new clients. I'm like, you gotta eliminate we're, I'm gonna come over. We're gonna clear out the cabinets. And people are just like, whoa, whoa. Like this is overwhelming. Right. And I'm like, yep. Well, and then I would lose. And then they would, you know, I wouldn't hear from 'em again. And I'm like, well, they clearly were not committed enough to the process. When in reality it was a hundred percent my fault for not understanding the psychology of how people really actually change. Speaker 2 (34:51): Yeah. Yeah. The I can relate to that so much where I was gluten free, dairy free for five years, a hundred percent, you know, it very similar to you, paleo. That was kind of the big thing at the time when I started my journey, when I started my journey. And then I got to the point where I was like, this sucks, like sucks. I even hate this. Yeah. You know, and having to shift a little bit and find you know, just a happy medium where I felt like I was supporting my body and I was happy with the things that I was doing and I wasn't burning myself out. And you know, all of, all of those wonderful things. Yeah. In kind of like in starting to wrap this up, then what are some great places for these women to start? If they're struggling, you know, just maybe getting motivated or, you know, restoring their mm-hmm, their metabolism, Speaker 3 (35:50): You know what, Shannon, I think that it's really, really important for someone to identify what they really want and why they want it not to get too meta or or anything. But I, I, what I've experienced in, in having hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of conversations over the years is I, I just don't know that people are very clear on exactly what it is that they want and why they want it. And oftentimes we have conversations around, well, I wanna feel better and I wanna look better and I wanna lose weight and I wanna be stronger and I wanna have more muscle mass. And I wanna do all of the things and I wanna run a half marathon and I'm like, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. In coming back to this idea of seasons, it's like, there certainly is a season for all of those things. Speaker 3 (36:35): There's a season for performing at your best and looking your best and feeling your best. But perhaps it would be reasonable to acknowledge that maybe you, it's not necessary to do all of those things at once, right? Because truly, if we're talking about being at our optimal health, then maybe it's not gonna be advantageous for you to be the leanest that you've ever been at any time during your life. Similarly, is if we wanna perform well, then maybe it's not gonna be, you know, you know, for you to perform at your best. Maybe you're just not gonna be the healthiest version of yourself. And so I guess it really comes down to what someone really wants and then giving themselves permission to be okay with, you know, what, I just wanna feel better. I wanna have more energy. I wanna get my libido back. I wanna start to have some consistent bowel movements. Speaker 3 (37:26): I wanna be able to think clearly I wanna be present and set a good example for my kids. In which case, how important is it for me to be beach, body lean mm-hmm . And, and perhaps I could absolve myself of, of the stress and guilt and responsibility that I'm putting on myself to try and do all of the things at once. And instead just say, you know what, for this season of my life, I'm going to eat the food and I'm gonna be okay with being a little bit heavier on the scale than I'd ideally like to be, because I know that this is setting the foundation and the precedent for really how I wanna feel in perpetuity. And then once you've taken the time to do that and acknowledge the things that are going to move that needle well, then it it's, it's liberating, right? Speaker 3 (38:15): To the degree that then you can say, okay, now that I've been in sort of this quote unquote maintenance mode, and I've enjoyed myself and, and absol again, absolved myself of that ROS responsibility and guilt of not always trying to be the leanest ever I can actually identify and say, you know what? I feel pretty good to know that I didn't stress myself out over all of this stuff. And then if, and when the opportunity arises, then you can shift the focus. So I think it all comes down to always setting some realistic expectations. And then really just focusing on the things that you can actually control that are gonna help you work towards said set goal. Speaker 2 (39:00): Yeah. I, I really appreciate this in the context of setting, setting your goals and your intentions and your why as to what you're doing. Mm-Hmm because that will keep people more focused, because like you were saying, you work with people for six months to a year, that's a long time to commit to something. And if you have a clear goal and direction at the end, that's gonna keep you motivated because things are gonna get hard. Things are gonna get uncomfortable. You might , you know, the scale might go up and then down and then go back up again because the body is changing and we have to, we have to work through those seasons and make those adjustments as the, as the body adjusts to re repairing your metabolism or whatever it is. Yeah. So I love that. Where can people find you? And I know you do have a a gift or a freebie for everybody. So if you wanna tell 'em about that, that would be fine Speaker 3 (40:01): Too. Yes. absolutely. So our website, so we're, we're on social media, on the, all of the social media at BSL nutrition. I'd say we're probably most active on Instagram. So come on over and gimme a follow there. I try and provide as much value as possible. We've also got a free nutrition community. It's what is it? Smart nutrition made simple.com. That's our free Facebook nutrition community. So come on over there, we've got an incredible group of people. I'd love to see you in there. Shannon. And and then I've got a podcast that is the smart nutrition made simple show. So you can see the recurring theme here. Yeah. and then let's see our, our freebie, if I can remember correctly, I believe that's, Speaker 2 (40:56): It's just fat Speaker 3 (40:56): Loss, fat loss fix guide. Yeah. And I think it's fat loss fix guide.com and that's a, a pretty easy to digest guide, no pun intended around your meal frequency and how many numbers of meal, or how many meals per day you should be eating. Kind of, I've got like my favorite morning energizing smoothie in there all based on science. And so it's got a number of, of really good kind of clinical pearls that someone can read through in, in, in just you know, 15 or 20 minutes, take some good gems from it and be able to implement immediately. So you can head, you can download that for free at, at fat loss, fix guide.com. Speaker 2 (41:37): Perfect. And we will have all of this linked up in the show notes for you guys. Thank you, Ben, for being on, I really appreciate this conversation. And I think you lended a lot of good insight to these women from a different perspective, right? Cause I I'm a woman and, you know, hearing it from a man I think is sometimes also really good Speaker 3 (41:59): So, you know what, I'm, I'm always happy to, to talk shop and I, I'm very grateful and appreciative for, for you having me on and also to appreciative to have people like you out there helping, helping PI people alike. Speaker 2 (42:11): Yeah. All right, guys, we'll see you on the next, Speaker 1 (42:15): Before you go. I wanted to remind you guys of the Hansen method, wait list that we have going on right now. This is an opportunity for you guys to get in touch with us and get contact with us and learn more about the Hanon method and working with us in our VIP setting one on one. And we are only opening this up two to three times per year, and we take a very limited amount of people so that we can serve our clients to the highest degree. So head over to the show notes, get on the wait list so that you can be notified in at the end of may with these updates. I'll see you on the next. Speaker 4 (42:59): Wait, before you go, please subscribe. If you found value in today's episode, leave us a review and share on Instagram and please tag us. We love your pretty please.    

Pure Nurture Pregnancy and Birth | A Holistic Approach
Using Homeopathy for Pregnancy and Birth with Cilla Whatcott

Pure Nurture Pregnancy and Birth | A Holistic Approach

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 36:08


Producer and executive director of the Real Immunity film series, Cilla Whatcott brings a rich and varied background of personal and professional experiences to her healing practice. She holds a B.A. degree from Arizona State University, a diploma from the four-year professional program at Northwestern Academy of Homeopathy, Minneapolis, MN, and a Ph.D. in clinical homeopathy from Kingdom College. She was an instructor at Normandale Community College in Minnesota for eight years, teaching classes about homeopathy, vaccines, and autism. She is the co-founder of a non-profit 501c3 for the education of homeopathic practitioners in homeoprophylaxis. Cilla was a forerunner in opening the conversation regarding the need for safe immunizations as early as 2008 while teaching at Normandale Community College and a pioneer in bringing homeoprophylaxis to American families. Her interviews with luminaries such as Andy Wakefield, Del Bigtree, Paul Thomas, and others preceded their meteoric rise to popularity. She continues to bring her films and HP program into the public eye as a means of engaging experts and promoting safe, natural, real immunity. In this episode, you will hear about: An intro to homeopathy (the white pellets that dissolve in your mouth) Becoming a Mom begins long before you get pregnant Miasms & healing them before conception Using homeopathy to address the emotional trauma that your grandparents had Using homeopathy for morning sickness Homeopathy Kits Using a dose of Aconite to address fear or feelings of "I'm done!" during labor Gelsemium to address performance anxiety Ignatia to address grief over labor that didn't go well (or a miscarriage) Arsenicum to address anxiety or terror of being alone Using homeopathy to support fertility Cell Salt Kit Cell Salts Virtual Class  Phytolacca or Bryonia or Belladonna to address the pain of mastitis from nursing Sepia to address postpartum depression (plus losing the sense of taste and smell from COVID) Virtual Classes with Cilla Episode 015: Homeopathy for Mom and Baby with Cilla Whatcott Intro to Homeoprophylaxis Video & FAQs HomeoMamma Pregnancy Kit Connect with Cilla: Website: realimmunity.org Instagram: @realimmunity Facebook: @realimmunitymovie Next week, August Brice joins us on The Pure Nurture Podcast to talk about the importance of doing digital detoxes on a regular basis!

New Books Network
Lorena Cuya Gavilano, "Fictions of Migration: Narratives of Displacement in Peru and Bolivia" (Ohio State UP, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 70:09


In this episode of the New Books in Latin America podcast, Kenneth Sánchez spoke with Lorena Cuya Gavilano about her interesting new book Fictions of Migration: Narratives of Displacement in Peru and Bolivia published in 2021 by the Ohio State University Press. This book analyses the impact of political and economic trends on migration narratives and films in Peru and Bolivia in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. It is a critical exploration of the affects and epistemologies of migration in Peru and Bolivia through cultural productions such as films, novels, and short stories in the context of regional neoliberal re-arrangements. Dr. Cuya Gavilano is an Assistant Professor of Latin American Cultures at Arizona State University. Her areas of specialization are migration studies, film analysis, contemporary Latin American Cultural Studies, and Human Geography. Kenneth Sánchez is a Peruvian journalist that works as a freelance journalist and as a multi-platform content curator for the Peruvian media outlet Comité de Lectura. He is a host of the New Books in Latin American Studies podcast and the movies & entertainment podcast Segundo Plano. He holds a master's degree in Latin American Politics from University College London (UCL), is a Centre for Investigative Journalism masterclass alumni and is part of the 6th generation of Young Journalists of #LaRedLatam of Distintas Latitudes. He has won several awards including the prestigious Amnesty Media Award given out by Amnesty International UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Film
Lorena Cuya Gavilano, "Fictions of Migration: Narratives of Displacement in Peru and Bolivia" (Ohio State UP, 2021)

New Books in Film

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 70:09


In this episode of the New Books in Latin America podcast, Kenneth Sánchez spoke with Lorena Cuya Gavilano about her interesting new book Fictions of Migration: Narratives of Displacement in Peru and Bolivia published in 2021 by the Ohio State University Press. This book analyses the impact of political and economic trends on migration narratives and films in Peru and Bolivia in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. It is a critical exploration of the affects and epistemologies of migration in Peru and Bolivia through cultural productions such as films, novels, and short stories in the context of regional neoliberal re-arrangements. Dr. Cuya Gavilano is an Assistant Professor of Latin American Cultures at Arizona State University. Her areas of specialization are migration studies, film analysis, contemporary Latin American Cultural Studies, and Human Geography. Kenneth Sánchez is a Peruvian journalist that works as a freelance journalist and as a multi-platform content curator for the Peruvian media outlet Comité de Lectura. He is a host of the New Books in Latin American Studies podcast and the movies & entertainment podcast Segundo Plano. He holds a master's degree in Latin American Politics from University College London (UCL), is a Centre for Investigative Journalism masterclass alumni and is part of the 6th generation of Young Journalists of #LaRedLatam of Distintas Latitudes. He has won several awards including the prestigious Amnesty Media Award given out by Amnesty International UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/film

New Books in Latin American Studies
Lorena Cuya Gavilano, "Fictions of Migration: Narratives of Displacement in Peru and Bolivia" (Ohio State UP, 2021)

New Books in Latin American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 70:09


In this episode of the New Books in Latin America podcast, Kenneth Sánchez spoke with Lorena Cuya Gavilano about her interesting new book Fictions of Migration: Narratives of Displacement in Peru and Bolivia published in 2021 by the Ohio State University Press. This book analyses the impact of political and economic trends on migration narratives and films in Peru and Bolivia in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. It is a critical exploration of the affects and epistemologies of migration in Peru and Bolivia through cultural productions such as films, novels, and short stories in the context of regional neoliberal re-arrangements. Dr. Cuya Gavilano is an Assistant Professor of Latin American Cultures at Arizona State University. Her areas of specialization are migration studies, film analysis, contemporary Latin American Cultural Studies, and Human Geography. Kenneth Sánchez is a Peruvian journalist that works as a freelance journalist and as a multi-platform content curator for the Peruvian media outlet Comité de Lectura. He is a host of the New Books in Latin American Studies podcast and the movies & entertainment podcast Segundo Plano. He holds a master's degree in Latin American Politics from University College London (UCL), is a Centre for Investigative Journalism masterclass alumni and is part of the 6th generation of Young Journalists of #LaRedLatam of Distintas Latitudes. He has won several awards including the prestigious Amnesty Media Award given out by Amnesty International UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latin-american-studies

New Books in Literary Studies
Lorena Cuya Gavilano, "Fictions of Migration: Narratives of Displacement in Peru and Bolivia" (Ohio State UP, 2021)

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 70:09


In this episode of the New Books in Latin America podcast, Kenneth Sánchez spoke with Lorena Cuya Gavilano about her interesting new book Fictions of Migration: Narratives of Displacement in Peru and Bolivia published in 2021 by the Ohio State University Press. This book analyses the impact of political and economic trends on migration narratives and films in Peru and Bolivia in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. It is a critical exploration of the affects and epistemologies of migration in Peru and Bolivia through cultural productions such as films, novels, and short stories in the context of regional neoliberal re-arrangements. Dr. Cuya Gavilano is an Assistant Professor of Latin American Cultures at Arizona State University. Her areas of specialization are migration studies, film analysis, contemporary Latin American Cultural Studies, and Human Geography. Kenneth Sánchez is a Peruvian journalist that works as a freelance journalist and as a multi-platform content curator for the Peruvian media outlet Comité de Lectura. He is a host of the New Books in Latin American Studies podcast and the movies & entertainment podcast Segundo Plano. He holds a master's degree in Latin American Politics from University College London (UCL), is a Centre for Investigative Journalism masterclass alumni and is part of the 6th generation of Young Journalists of #LaRedLatam of Distintas Latitudes. He has won several awards including the prestigious Amnesty Media Award given out by Amnesty International UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast
“Planning for Urban Heat Resilience” with Dr. Ladd Keith and Dr. Sara Meerow

America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 47:04


In the latest episode of America Adapts, Doug Parsons hosts Dr. Ladd Keith and Dr Sara Meerow to discuss their new book, Planning for Urban Heat Resilience.  Sara is an Assistant Professor at the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning at Arizona State University and Ladd is an Assistant Professor in Planning and Chair of Sustainable Built Environments at The University of Arizona.  Ladd and Sara discuss: the complexities of urban heat; heat equity; planning tools; case studies of cities doing urban heat resilience effectively and policies for federal approaches to heat management. Topics covered: Review of new book, Planning for Urban Heat Resilience Understanding the complexities of urban heat. Developing urban heat strategies. What is ‘heat equity'? Planning tools or urban heat resilience. Case studies of cities doing urban heat planning effectively. How this book could be relevant to federal policy makers. Resources and networks for planners focusing on extreme heat. Advancing urban heat resilience. Sign up for a free two-week trial of Wondrium. Stream video lectures, documentaries & more! Make sure you use the America Adapts link when you register here: Wondrium.com/adapts Donate to America Adapts Listen to America Adapts on your favorite app here! Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter: https://www.facebook.com/americaadapts/ @usaadapts https://www.linkedin.com/in/doug-parsons-america-adapts/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/laddkeith/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/sara-meerow-b46a7131/ @SaraMeerow @LaddKeith Donate to America Adapts Follow on Apple Podcasts Follow on Android Doug Parsons and Speaking Opportunities: If you are interested in having Doug speak at corporate and conference events, sharing his unique, expert perspective on adaptation in an entertaining and informative way, more information can be found here! Now on Spotify! List of Previous Guests on America Adapts Follow/listen to podcast on Apple Podcasts. Donate to America Adapts, we are now a tax deductible charitable organization! Links in episode: https://capla.arizona.edu/studio/planning-for-urban-heat-resilience https://sustainability-innovation.asu.edu/person/sara-meerow https://capla.arizona.edu/faculty-staff/ladd-keith Sara Meerow & Ladd Keith. 2021. “Planning for extreme heat: A national survey of U.S. planners.” Journal of the American Planning Association. https://doi.org/10.1080/01944363.2021.1977682 Ladd Keith, Sara Meerow, Tess Wagner. 2019. “Planning for extreme heat: A review.” Journal of Extreme Events. 6 (3&4): 2050003 https://doi.org/10.1142/S2345737620500037 Ladd and Sara's article in Planning Magazine: Ladd Keith & Sara Meerow. 2021. “Beat Extreme Heat with These 8 Tactics.” Planning Magazine. https://www.planning.org/planning/2021/fall/beat-extreme-heat-with-these-8-tactics/ Ladd and Sara's op ed: Ladd Keith & Sara Meerow. 2021. “Opinion: Cities must plan for heat resilience now.” Thompson Reuters Foundation. https://news.trust.org/item/20210705161002-pz8g0/ Previous America Adapts highlighted in this episode: Everything you wanted to know about Managed Retreat (but were afraid to ask) with Dr. AR Siders In episode 100 (a true milestone!) of America Adapts, host Doug Parsons talks with Dr. AR Siders, an assistant professor at the Disaster Research Center at the University of Delaware. Adapting Conservation to Climate Change at WWF In episode 115 of America Adapts, a re-release of episode 80, “Adapting Conservation to Climate Change at WWF”, Doug Parson joins World Wildlife Fund's Shaun Martin to revisit this episode and to see the progress that has been made from when it was originally released on Dec. 17th, 2018. In the original episode we take a behind the scenes look at how WWF is adapting conservation to the new realities of climate change and helping governments prepare for the future in ways that ensure a place for nature. Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Strategies to Address Climate Change Risk in Low- and Moderate-income Communities - Volume 14, Issue 1 https://www.frbsf.org/community-development/publications/community-development-investment-review/2019/october/strategies-to-address-climate-change-low-moderate-income-communities/ Podcasts in the Classroom – Discussion guides now available for the latest episode of America Adapts. These guides can be used by educators at all levels. Check them out here! The 10 Best Sustainability Podcasts for Environmental Business Leadershttps://us.anteagroup.com/news-events/blog/10-best-sustainability-podcasts-environmental-business-leaders The best climate change podcasts on The Climate Advisor http://theclimateadvisor.com/the-best-climate-change-podcasts/ 7 podcasts to learn more about climate change and how to fight it https://kinder.world/articles/you/7-podcasts-to-learn-more-about-climate-change-and-how-to-fight-it-19813 Directions on how to listen to America Adapts on Amazon Alexa https://youtu.be/949R8CRpUYU America Adapts also has its own app for your listening pleasure!  Just visit the App store on Apple or Google Play on Android and search “America Adapts.” Join the climate change adaptation movement by supporting America Adapts!  Please consider supporting this podcast by donating through America Adapts fiscal sponsor, the Social Good Fund. All donations are now tax deductible! For more information on this podcast, visit the website at http://www.americaadapts.org and don't forget to subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts.   Podcast Music produce by Richard Haitz Productions Write a review on Apple Podcasts ! America Adapts on Facebook!   Join the America Adapts Facebook Community Group. Check us out, we're also on YouTube! Executive Producer Dr. Jesse Keenan Subscribe to America Adapts on Apple Podcasts Doug can be contacted at americaadapts @ g mail . com

The Logistics of Logistics Podcast
REPOST: What Will Tomorrow's Freight Broker Do with Ben Buchanan

The Logistics of Logistics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 51:24


What Will Tomorrow's Freight Broker Do with Ben Buchanan Ben Buchanan and Joe Lynch talk about what tomorrow's freight broker will do. Ben is VP of Account Management at Loadsmart, which is transforming the future of freight, they leverage artificial intelligence, machine learning and strategic partnerships to automate how freight is priced, booked and shipped. About Ben Buchanan Ben Buchanan is VP of Account Management at Loadsmart, leading a team of account managers and sales representatives focused on growing relationships with enterprise and small/medium enterprise shippers by providing additional value to address their unique challenges. Ben has a decade of experience in freight brokerage across various leadership roles, building best-in-class teams for high growth and scalability while delivering for the customer. He earned his logistics stripes at GlobalTranz, learning the business and riding the fast growth wave to impactful leadership positions, and under Buchanan's leadership at Loadsmart the account sales team has grown in headcount by 860% and in revenue by 578% (1H YoY 2020 - 2021). Ben holds a BA in Political Science from Arizona State University and currently sits on the Board of Directors for the American Charter School Foundation. Prior to GlobalTranz he worked as an educator and high school basketball coach. About Loadsmart Transforming the future of freight, Loadsmart leverages artificial intelligence, machine learning and strategic partnerships to automate how freight is priced, booked and shipped. Pairing advanced technologies with deep-seated industry expertise, Loadsmart fuels growth, simplifies operational complexity and bolsters efficiency for carriers and shippers alike. Key Takeaways: What Will Tomorrow's Freight Broker Do Ben Buchanan is the Vice President of Account Management at Loadsmart, a digital freight brokerage that leverages cutting-edge technology and strategic partnerships to help shippers and carriers move more with less. The freight brokerage space is rapidly transforming as digital freight brokerage companies like Loadsmart deploy technology to automate processes, reduce cost per load, and deliver a superior customer experience. In the interview, Ben describes 5 things that freight brokers will be expected to do in the very near future. Of course, some of the industry leaders like Loadsmart are delivering these innovations today. Instantaneous freight quotes created by a dynamic pricing tool that delivers the right price with guaranteed capacity. No more back and forth emails and phone calls haggling over pricing. Dynamic pricing powered by artificial intelligence provides an instant rate that reflects the most updated market intelligence. Mode optimization automatically included in each quote. Mode optimization has traditionally been promised, but not delivered because the analysis was completed by people who didn't have the data or tools. Now, mode options with instantly bookable rates across modes including rail, LTL, PTL, and FTL, enable shippers to optimize shipments based on sustainability, cost, and expediency. Data insights that enable shippers to learn from not just their own data and insights — but from each other. To achieve best in class performance, shippers need to be able to compare their KPIs to their industry peers. Additionally, brokers must be able to analyze shipment data and provide actionable data insights that drive operational improvement across the entire shipping function. Rate transparency that empowers the shipper to know exactly what they are paying for. As digital freight brokers automate and streamline the shipping process that was traditionally managed manually, the value added has changed. In the new model, freight brokers won't be rewarded financially for getting a big spread (cost of truck vs price to shipper). Instead, new pricing models and incentives have evolved that align the shipper and broker. Shift to digital means that freight brokers will need to find new ways to add value to both shippers and carriers. To deliver a superior customer experience, freight brokerages will need to provide the best of tech and the best of people. Learn More About What Will Tomorrow's Freight Broker Do Ben Buchanan LinkedIn Loadsmart homepage Enterprise Shipper Small Business Shipper Carrier Beyond Cost Per Load with Felipe Capella  The Logistics of Logistics Podcast If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a positive review, subscribe, and share it with your friends and colleagues. The Logistics of Logistics Podcast: Google, Apple, Castbox, Spotify, Stitcher, PlayerFM, Tunein, Podbean, Owltail, Libsyn, Overcast Check out The Logistics of Logistics on Youtube

Big Picture Science
Catching Fire

Big Picture Science

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 54:14


We have too much “bad fire.” Not only destructive wildfires, but the combustion that powers our automobiles and provides our electricity has generated a worrying rise in atmospheric carbon dioxide. And that is driving climate change which is adding to the frequency of megafires. Now we're seeing those effects in “fire-clouds,” pyrocumulonimbus events. But there's such a thing as “good fire.” Indigenous peoples managed the land with controlled fires, reaped the benefits of doing so, and they're bringing them back. So after millions of years of controlling fire, is it time for us to revisit our attitudes and policies, not just with regard to combustion, but how we manage our wildfires? Guests: David Peterson - Meteorologist, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Stephen Pyne - Emeritus professor at Arizona State University, fire historian, urban farmer, author of “The Pyrocene: How We Created an Age of Fire, and What Happens Next” Richard Wrangham - Ruth B. Moore Research Professor of Biological Anthropology at Harvard University and author of "Catching Fire: How Coooking Made Us Human" Margo Robbins - Co-founder and president of the Cultural Fire Management Council (CFMC), organizer of the Cultural Burn Training Exchange (TREX) that takes place on the Yurok Reservation twice a year, and an enrolled member of the Yurok Tribe Featuring music by Dewey Dellay and Jun Miyake Big Picture Science is part of the Airwave Media podcast network. Please contact sales@advertisecast.com to inquire about advertising on Big Picture Science. You can get early access to ad-free versions of every episode by joining us on Patreon. Thanks for your support!   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Success Through Failure with Jim Harshaw Jr | Goal Setting, Habits, Mindset and Motivation for  Sports, Business and Life
#351 Jim Afremow and Phil White: Inside the Minds of Great Leaders and How to Become One

Success Through Failure with Jim Harshaw Jr | Goal Setting, Habits, Mindset and Motivation for Sports, Business and Life

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 41:46


Action Plan: https://jimharshawjr.com/ACTION Free Clarity Call: https://jimharshawjr.com/APPLY What does it take to be a great leader? Dr. Jim Afremow and Phil White take you inside the minds of some of the greatest leaders in history and discover how they prepare, perform, and prevail There are already hundreds of leadership experts (preaching almost the same ideas) out there, but Dr. Jim Afremow and Phil White prove that there's more to learn— and that's exactly what we delve into in this episode!  Dr. Jim Afremow is a sought-after mental skills coach, licensed professional counselor, and author of “The Champion's Mind.” He was the sports psychologist for Arizona State University for 10 years and also served as the peak performance coordinator for the San Francisco Giants. Meanwhile, Phil White is an Emmy-nominated writer and co-host of the Basketball Strong Podcast with Tim DiFrancesco and Champion Conversations Podcast with Jim Afremow. Jim and Phil are the authors of "The Leader's Mind: How Great Leaders Prepare, Perform, and Prevail."  If you're looking for a way to become a better leader, Jim and Phil have got you covered. Listen in as we go inside the minds of the great leaders in history, the questions you should ask yourself to become a great leader, and— once and for all— the answer to the question: are leaders born or made? We'll cover all that and more, so don't miss it! If you don't have time to listen to the entire episode or if you hear something that you like but don't have time to write it down, be sure to grab your free copy of the Action Plan from this episode— as well as get access to action plans from EVERY episode— at http://www.JimHarshawJr.com/Action.  

The Basketball Strong Podcast
Paul Fabritz (Part 2): The Keys To Injury Risk Reduction & Load Management Without Fancy Technology, The 3 Strategies Paul Used to Boost His Own Vertical Jump from 32” - 47”, and How He Became James Harden's Personal Strength Coach

The Basketball Strong Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 49:06


Growing up in Flagstaff, Arizona, Paul Fabritiz followed the example of his older volleyball-playing sister to increase his vertical jump. He also worked on his shooting and skills and became a college-level player. But every season, he seemed to suffer a major injury to his hands, wrists, or feet, and after playing at Mesa Community College and Northern Arizona University, Paul decided to focus his efforts on coaching. This led to him earning a degree in exercise and wellness. During his final year at Arizona State University, Paul hustled to build his nascent coaching business using an evidence-based approach. Doubling down after graduation, he began training ASU players and others who wanted to not only increase their vertical leap, but also become more durable on the court. When Rob Pelinka reached out about Paul training the NBA players and college-to-pros talents he represented at the time, Paul moved to Southern California and continued to grow PJF Performance into one of the most respected basketball training companies on the planet. In this episode, Paul shares: An easy way to manage your workloads to reduce injury risk and overtraining A simplified way to measure your own acute to chronic workload ratio Why he cringes when he sees basketball players using Olympic lifts in their training Why he teaches his bounciest athletes not only how to land, but how to fall properly tooThe secret training tip that the world's best professional DUNKERS all commonly useThe 3 strategies he used to boost his own vertical jump from 32”-47”Why every drill and exercise you do with basketball players should NOT be basketball-specific What a trial session with James Harden taught him about the power of authenticityHow Rob Pelinka giving him a chance to work with NBA players changed his coaching trajectoryTo learn more about Paul's coaching, visit his website and follow him on Instagram.

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts
Against Abortion: A Christian/Libertarian Alliance. Kerry Baldwin & Keith Knight

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 57:53


https://youtu.be/kAy14b8yX7k On one occasion in the 1960s when abortion was still illegal, I witnessed, while visiting a surgical suite as an OB/GYN resident, the abortion of a fetus that weighed approximately two pounds. It was placed in a bucket, crying and struggling to breathe, and the medical personnel pretended not to notice. Soon the crying stopped. This harrowing event forced me to think more seriously about this important issue. That same day in the OB suite, an early delivery occurred and the infant born was only slightly larger than the one that was just aborted. But in this room everybody did everything conceivable to save this child's life. My conclusion that day was that we were overstepping the bounds of morality by picking and choosing who should live and who should die. These were human lives.   There was no consistent moral basis to the value of life under these circumstances. Some people believe that being pro-choice is being on the side of freedom. I've never understood how an act of violence, killing a human being, albeit a small one in a special place, is portrayed as a precious right.   Dr. Ron Paul, Liberty Defined: The 50 Urgent Issues That Affect Our Freedom Kerry Baldwin is an independent researcher and writer with a B.A. in Philosophy from Arizona State University. Kerry Baldwin's Website: https://mereliberty.com/ Book discussed: https://libertarianchristians.com/faith-seeking-freedom/ Odysee BitChute Flote Archive Spotify

Roots of Reality
#66 Nuclear War Prevention with Dr. Scott Silverstone

Roots of Reality

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 42:27


In this Roots of Reality Experiences episode, historian Ben Baumann talks with Dr. Scott Silverstone about the risk of nuclear war, what to make of authoritarian nations with nuclear weapons, and how to prevent the use of nuclear weapons in modern warfare. (Dr. Scott Silverstone is a Professor of International Relations in the Department of Social Sciences, where he has served on the faculty since 2001. He holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.A. in Political Science from the University of New Hampshire. He is a Senior Fellow with the Center on the Future of War at Arizona State University and New America and a Senior Fellow with the Center on the Study of Statesmanship at Catholic University. He is the author of three books - From Hitler's Germany to Saddam's Iraq: The Enduring False Promise of Preventive War (2018), Preventive War and American Democracy (2007), and Divided Union: The Politics of War in the Early American Republic (2004) – and numerous articles and book chapters. Earlier in his career Dr. Silverstone was a U.S. naval officer. He served as a Naval Flight Officer with a P-3 Orion squadron based at Naval Air Station Barbers Point in Hawaii from 1987 to 1990, deploying extensively throughout the western Pacific, the Indian Ocean, the Persian Gulf and East Africa conducting anti-submarine operations and maritime reconnaissance. From 1990 to 1993 Dr. Silverstone served as a crisis management officer and planner on the staff of the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Plans, Policy, and Operations in the Pentagon. In this position Dr. Silverstone managed the Navy's portion of the White House-directed nuclear attack survivability program and directed all Navy participation in the Joint Chiefs of Staff-sponsored global crisis management exercise program and the NATO crisis exercise program. In September 1992 he was appointed Director of the Navy Staff's Crisis Action Center to focus on Operation Southern Watch in Iraq, the naval embargo against Yugoslavia, and the Navy's role in hurricane Andrew relief in southern Florida. He also served as the Navy representative with the inter-agency team that planned Operation Restore Hope in Somalia. After leaving active duty Dr. Silverstone served as a Naval Reservist in support of the Navy Command Center in the Pentagon from 1994 to 2000. ) Westpoint Bio- westpoint.edu/social-sciences/profile/scott_silverstone Books- www.amazon.com/Scott-A-Silverstone/e/B001H6OY8A/ref=dp_byline_cont_pop_book_1 (The memories, comments, and viewpoints shared by guests in the interviews do not represent the viewpoints of, or speak for Roots of Reality)

Keith Knight - Don't Tread on Anyone
Against Abortion: A Christian/Libertarian Alliance. Kerry Baldwin & Keith Knight

Keith Knight - Don't Tread on Anyone

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 57:53


Kerry Baldwin is an independent researcher and writer with a B.A. in Philosophy from Arizona State University. Kerry Baldwin's Website: https://mereliberty.com/ Book discussed: https://libertarianchristians.com/faith-seeking-freedom/ ----------------------------------------- If you find value in the content, please consider donating to my PayPal KeithKnight590@gmail.com or Venmo: @Keith-Knight-34 LBRY: https://lbry.tv/@KeithKnightDontTreadOnAnyone:b BitChute: KeithKnightDontTreadOnAnyone https://www.bitchute.com/channel/keithknightdonttreadonanyone/ Minds: https://www.minds.com/KeithKnightDontTreadOnAnyone/ MeWe: mewe.com/i/keithknight25 Flote: https://flote.app/VoluntaryistKeith Gab: https://gab.com/Voluntarykeith Twitter: @an_capitalist The Libertarian Institute: https://libertarianinstitute.org/dont-tread-on-anyone/ One Great Work Network: https://www.onegreatworknetwork.com/keith-knight

SHINING MIND PODCAST
Episode #87. Good reasons for bad feelings. A new approach to mental disorders. All about social anxiety and emotions and evolution with Dr Randolph Nesse, Psychiatrist and Professor and Founder of Evolutionary Medicine

SHINING MIND PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 56:38


In the podcast we discuss with Dr Randolph Nesse his foundational and pioneering work in evolutionary medicine and his work with patients. He talks with his patients and explains to them that, in many cases, their disorders are not a disease or some kind of failing, as they have been told by other practitioners, but rather a natural and inherently useful response that has “gone overboard”. Evolution makes women on average twice as prone to excessive anxiety as men for good reason. Nesse reports that patients who experience panic attacks are invariably “normalised and empowered” by such a perspective.Similarly, those who experience prolonged low mood may be, if not comforted or cured, then perhaps illuminated by the notion that their state of mind has a role to play in Darwinian terms. Nesse presents the evidence to show that the mechanisms of despair have evolved to force us to realign our goals and desires: we would never be forced to make positive choices to influence our circumstances were it not for the anger at loss in our lives or the pain of not reaching our goals.Randolph M. Nesse, MD is Research Professor of Life Sciences at Arizona State University, where he became the Founding Director of the Center for Evolution Medicine in 2014.  He was previously Professor of Psychiatry and Professor of Psychology at the University of Michigan where he led the Evolution and Human Adaptation Program and helped to establish one of the first anxiety disorders clinics.  His research on the neuroendocrinology of anxiety evolved into studies on why aging exists. Those studies led to collaboration with the evolutionary biologist George Williams on Why We Get Sick: The New Science of Darwinian Medicine, a book that initiated much new work in the field of evolutionary medicine. His research is on how selection shapes mechanisms that regulate defenses such as pain, fever, anxiety and low mood, and how social selection shaped human capacities for morality.  His larger mission is to establish evolutionary biology as a basic science for medicine.  Dr. Nesse is the Founding President of the International Society for Evolution, Medicine & Public Health, a Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, a Fellow of the Association for Psychological Sciences, and an elected Fellow of the AAAS. His new book, Good Reasons for Bad Feelings: Insights from the Frontier of Evolutionary Psychiatry shows how asking evolutionary questions about why mental disorders exist can make psychiatry more effective. Bio for Randolph M. Nesse, M.D.Please use these links for all publicityhttp://RandolphNesse.comhttp://GoodReasons.infowww.profselenabartlett.comSupport the show

Conversations with Chanda
It's All Community: A Conversation with Robert Ashcraft

Conversations with Chanda

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 61:03


Dr. Robert Ashcraft is the Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation Executive Director at Arizona State University. Chanda connected with Robert to talk about nonprofit leadership, community building, and the direction of philanthropy.

Locked On Coyotes Podcast - Daily Coverage of Arizona Hockey
Gila River Arena: Remembering fans top moments from the Coyotes Arena

Locked On Coyotes Podcast - Daily Coverage of Arizona Hockey

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 48:20


Robyn and Carl briefly discuss the Arizona Coyotes official arena deal with Arizona State University, securing their spot by the beginning of the next season. It's also memory book day as we look back on some of the top moments from Coyotes hockey at Gila River Arena. We hear from fans and listeners what they view as their personal favorite memory at the arena. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Health Care Rounds
#144: Fighting Burnout in Healthcare with Michelle Troseth and Tracy Christopherson

Health Care Rounds

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 32:52


Michelle Troseth and Tracy Christopherson are co-founders of MissingLogic®. They help healthcare organizations and healthcare leaders combat burnout through the power of a framework driven approach founded on Polarity Intelligence™. The core of their work is leading healthcare organizations through transformational change that results in the best place to give and receive care, and for leaders to live their best lives both personally and professionally.Michelle and Tracy have been interprofessional leaders, friends and colleagues for over 30 years. They are co-hosts of a top healthcare leadership podcast, Healthcare's MissingLogic. Michelle and Tracy have a combined experience of more than 60 years working as consultants and coaches for healthcare organizations across North America supporting healthcare leaders as they strive to create healthy, healing work cultures. They frequently speak at national and international leadership conferences on the topics of managing healthcare polarities, achieving work life balance and living a resilient life.John Marchica, CEO, Darwin Research GroupJohn Marchica is a veteran health care strategist and CEO of Darwin Research Group. He is leading ongoing, in-depth research initiatives on integrated health systems, accountable care organizations, and value-based care models. He is a faculty associate in the W.P. Carey School of Business and the graduate College of Health Solutions at Arizona State University.John did his undergraduate work in economics at Knox College, has an MBA and M.A. in public policy from the University of Chicago, and completed his Ph.D. coursework at The Dartmouth Institute. He is an active member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and is pursuing certification as a Fellow.

PBS NewsHour - World
U.S. shifts goals on war in Ukraine amid concerns over Russia's nuclear capabilities

PBS NewsHour - World

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 9:30


During the past few months the Biden administration's rhetoric about its ultimate goals for Ukraine appears to have shifted, with more talk about winning the war against Russia. Evelyn Farkas, executive director of the McCain Institute at Arizona State University, and John Mearsheimer, political science professor at the University of Chicago, join Judy Woodruff to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - Segments
U.S. shifts goals on war in Ukraine amid concerns over Russia's nuclear capabilities

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 9:30


During the past few months the Biden administration's rhetoric about its ultimate goals for Ukraine appears to have shifted, with more talk about winning the war against Russia. Evelyn Farkas, executive director of the McCain Institute at Arizona State University, and John Nearsheimer, political science professor at the University of Chicago, join William Brangham to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

Purpose Project XXI
Guarding your Thoughts w/ Lenny Nasca Pt.2

Purpose Project XXI

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 34:10


Leonard received a Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies from Arizona State University in 2004 and a Master's Degree in Social Work from ASU in 2008. Leonard is licensed as an LCSW through the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners and he is a member of the National Association of Social Workers. Leonard has worked in the behavioral health field since 1996. His areas of specialization include managing anger, stress and anxiety; trauma, relationship/interpersonal dynamics, conflict resolution and male developmental issues. He has previously worked in the field of victim advocacy and currently has a practice in Tempe, Directive Counseling. Leonard also facilitates “People Help”, a Lay Counseling group with over 30 volunteers, which provides free counseling to Tempe and the surrounding communities. We are P.I.E.S: Physical Intellectual Emotional Spiritual

Wake Up Tucson
ASU Student Sami Al-Asady on university costs and Miki Padres with Titan Solar

Wake Up Tucson

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 37:53


Sami Al-Asady, student at Arizona State University on his column challenging the Arizona Board of Regents on their adherence to the constitutional mandate that state universities should be as free as possible for Arizona students..and SEVENTY-THREE fees assessed. Miki Padres, Titan Solar talks solar, government imposed limitations on neighborhoods for solar installations (really), and a roundup of great Mexican food around Tucson for your Cinco de Mayo.

The Basketball Strong Podcast
Paul Fabritz (Part 1): How He Went From An Injured & Overlooked Player To Doing Windmill Dunks, Becoming One Of The Premier NBA Player Trainers In The World, Why Young Players Today Are Getting Injured At Alarming Rates & What We Can Do About It

The Basketball Strong Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 44:49


Growing up in Flagstaff, Arizona, Paul Fabritiz followed the example of his older volleyball-playing sister to increase his vertical jump. He also worked on his shooting and skills and became a college-level player. But every season, he seemed to suffer a major injury to his hands, wrists, or feet, and after playing at Mesa Community College and Northern Arizona University, Paul decided to focus his efforts on coaching. This led to him earning a degree in exercise and wellness. During his final year at Arizona State University, Paul hustled to build his nascent coaching business using an evidence-based approach. Doubling down after graduation, he began training ASU players and others who wanted to not only increase their vertical leap, but also become more durable on the court. When Rob Pelinka reached out about Paul training the NBA players and college-to-pros talents he represented at the time, Paul moved to Southern California and continued to grow PJF Performance into one of the most respected basketball training companies on the planet. In this episode, Paul shares: How his mom prepared him for the grind to become one of the best in his industryAvoiding workload spikes to help reduce injury riskHow AAU is causing 12-year-old players to be injured at alarming ratesWays to combat the AAU injury cycle & speed of today's gameWhy upper body resistance training is so key for basketball players To learn more about Paul's coaching, visit his website and follow him on Instagram.

EvaluLand
34: Evaluation Job Market with Dr. Ayesha Boyce

EvaluLand

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 59:51


On this episode, I'm chatting with Dr. Ayesha Boyce about the evaluation job market. Ayesha provides a ton of great insights and information about how to search for jobs, what to consider when looking for jobs, and tips for being a strong job candidate. Ayesha was previously on the podcast discussing "teaching evaluation and supporting students and colleagues of color (https://evaluland.fireside.fm/4)." Contact information: Ayesha Boyce Email: ayesha.boyce@asu.edu Twitter: @AyeshaBoyce Website: https://education.asu.edu/about/people/ayesha-boyce About GUEST: Ayesha Boyce is currently an associate professor in the Division of Educational Leadership and Innovation at Arizona State University. She also co-directs the STEM Program Evaluation Lab (http://www.stemprogramevaluation.org). Boyce's scholarship focuses on attending to value stances and issues related to diversity, equity, inclusion, access, cultural responsiveness, and social justice within evaluation—especially multi-site, STEM, and contexts with historically marginalized populations. She also examines teaching, mentoring, and learning in evaluation. She has evaluated more than 55 programs funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), US Department of Education, National Institutes of Health, and Spencer and Teagle foundations. Boyce is a 2019 American Evaluation Association Marcia Guttentag Promising New Evaluator Award recipient. In her teaching and mentorship, Boyce encourages students to develop a strong methodological foundation, conduct studies based on democratic principles, and promote equity, fairness, inclusivity, and diversity. Music by Matt Ingelson, http://www.mattingelsonmusic.com/

Breaking the Wall Podcast
Mental Shifts and Integrating Your Passions with Kelly Ashton Todd

Breaking the Wall Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 38:50


Through this podcast, I hope to share new ideas and shifts so that you can incorporate your many different interests in your dance career. In my conversation with director, producer, choreographer and environmental activist, Kelly Ashton Todd, we dive into we can continue to create work that reflects what we care about most.About Kelly:Kelly Ashton Todd is a performing artist, filmmaker, and environmental activist. She received a Master's in Sustainability Leadership from Arizona State University 2021. She currently performs with Sleep No More, NYC. Todd's choreography has been awarded the Brooklyn Arts Council Grant, Jerome Hill Foundation Finalist, F21 NYSCA in Media Grant, Puffin Foundation Grant, LEIMAY Fellowship, Human Impacts Institute Environmental Health Fellowship, NYFA Fellowship in Choreography, Springboard Danse Montreal Emerging Choreographer 2022, and commissioned by immersive experience Meow Wolf. Her award winning environmental dance film series, Under Review, has attended over 20 film festivals nationally and internationally.Connect with Kelly!Website: www.kellyashtontodd.comInstagram: @kellyashtontodd @underreviewseries Interested in working with Brandon?  SIGN-UP for a FREE Coaching Consultation HEREBrandon helps pre-professional dancers find their voice as they navigate their careers and helps them stay accountable  when pursuing their goals.Through coaching, Brandon helps dancers define whats important for them and redefine what a successful life/career looks like.Learn more here: http://www.brandoncolemandance.com/career-coachingConnect with Brandon!Instagram: @itsBrandonColeman | @BreakingTheWallPodcastWebsite: www.BrandonColemanDance.com/BTWP