I am happy to have a good friend and an incredible pediatric advocate joining me today! Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge is a mental health trailblazer! She is the founder of The Global Institute of Children's Mental Health, and a media expert, who is changing how we view and treat children's mental health. Her work has helped thousands reverse the most challenging conditions, including ADHD, anxiety, mood disorders, Lyme Disease, and PANS/PANDAS, using proven holistic therapies. Dr. Roseann has often been featured on dozens of media outlets. The impact of the pandemic is undeniable. It has brought about a lot of change globally and has created many new challenges for everyone. Parents are feeling overwhelmed and exhausted, and the landscape for children has altered considerably over the last fifteen or sixteen months. Children have been impacted from an academic, social, and even a psychological perspective. As a result, we are experiencing a surge in mental health problems across America in children of all ages. In this episode, Dr. Roseann talks about how stress is affecting us as parents and explains what we can do to support our children. She also shares some stats and explains what parents need to look out for regarding anxiety, depression, and suicide in young people. Stay tuned for more! IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN: Some signs of chronic stress or anxiety in our children that we, as parents, need to look out for. Things you can do to benefit your children's mental health. Maternal mental health is the number one predictor of children's mental health. Dr. Roseann explains how to help your kids create the inner confidence and resilience they need to succeed in life. Using stress to develop resilience. Teaching your kids coping skills and stress tolerance. There are benefits to experiencing failure. Dr. Roseann talks about neurofeedback and biofeedback and explains what they do for our brains. How to limit your kids' screen-time during the pandemic. Some signs and symptoms of long-term effects of COVID. Dr. Roseann's Bio: Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge is a trailblazing Psychologist, Pediatric Mental Health Expert, and the founder and director of The Global Institute of Children's Mental Health and Dr. Roseann and Associates. Her Connecticut-based center has helped thousands of children and adults reverse the most challenging conditions such as ADHD, Autism, anxiety, depression, concussion, learning disability, Lyme Disease, and PANS/PANDAS. Connect with Cynthia Thurlow Follow on Twitter, Instagram & LinkedIn Check out Cynthia's website Connect with Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge Dr. Roseann's website Dr. Roseann on YouTube Dr. Roseann on Tiktok Get Dr. Roseann's book here
Joseph Larsen runs an Engineering YouTube channel (Joko Engineering) with over 32K followers, in which he covers tutorials on SolidWorks, FreeCAD, Calculus, Engineering, Turbocharging dynamics and more. He also works a Medical Device Handle Design Engineer at W. L. Gore & Associates. He graduated with a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Arizona State University. Rafael, our co-host, met Joseph via YouTube when he was looking for resources to pass the SolidWorks CSWP exam. Little did they both know, that they both lived in Phoenix, Arizona. Joseph Larsen Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joseph-larsen-74786a72/ Joko Engineering YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-CubOaooNwC-3RBKUoAOQQ Pass CSWP with 100%: https://youtu.be/zJXQxtx5e4s Cohost: Rafael Testai https://www.linkedin.com/in/testai/ The Being An Engineer podcast is brought to you by Pipeline Design & Engineering. Pipeline partners with medical & other device engineering teams who need turnkey equipment such as cycle test machines, custom test fixtures, automation equipment, assembly jigs, inspection stations and more. You can find us on the web at www.teampipeline.us.
How can you be seen everywhere? In this #GetSocialSmart Academy Spotlight Interview, Tom Pietsch and Susan Hall share some of their best tips for being seen and building a thriving real estate business.Tom and Susan have been a part of our Academy family for quite some time now and also attended our high-level Mastermind a few years back.They are doing some incredible work with video and social media marketing and I'm honored to have them on the podcast to share their tips and insights. Thank you, Tom and Susan!About Tom:Tom Pietsch is the co-Managing Partner of Tom & Cindy and Associates at Long & Foster. Their team is a long-time powerhouse located in Alexandria, Virginia. They consistently sell 250-300 homes each year!After graduating from Virginia Tech, Tom worked as a ski instructor, then on Capitol Hill, and then in the airline industry.Tom concentrates on the marketing and lead generation side of the business. He sees his job as "making the phone ring" and his goal is for new clients to say "we see you everywhere".Tom is currently designing a new flagship office for the team and adding some new agents to grow a new generation of Tom & Cindy teammates.When he isn't working Tom is either swimming, checking out new restaurants, playing his guitar, watching Ted Lasso on Netflix or planning some fun international travel.About Susan:Susan Hall is Tom and Cindy's Marketing Director. Originally from the Mt Vernon area of Alexandria. Susan is a graduate of the University of Virginia and has been with their team over 15 years. She and Tom & Cindy constantly research, test and tweak new methods and platforms that help their sellers achieve consistently superior results.Susan's a fanatic for detail and is the team's voice on social media and directs their extensive video projects. In her free time, she is an avid runner, a Peloton queen, loves a fast-paced mystery book, and travelling to the clear waters of the Caribbean.Additional links: Connect with Tom and Cindy (and Susan too!) on their website Tom and Cindy on Instagram Tom and Cindy's YouTube Channel Video Examples 1 | 2 | 3 Check out lots more interviews on the podcast here Do you have ideas for topics for our podcast? Email me at email@example.com Visit me at KatieLance.com for more info about my speaking, consulting and our #GetSocialSmart Academy Follow me on Instagram for more behind-the-scenes into my life and business @katielance (Enjoying this podcast? Tag me on IG and let me know!)
How would you gauge your confidence level? Do you feel strong and courageous to take on any challenge, or is something holding you back? Truth be told, all people have their fears and insecurities, which can impede their ability to spread their wings and actualize their aspirations and dreams. We can all use a boost in confidence. What can you do to build your confidence? Please join Rabbi Jacobson as he dissects the roots of our inhibitions and insecurities, and offers ways to counter these obstacles. Discover three primary factors that undermine and conceal your innate confidence, and three specific methods -- the triple A: Associates, Attitudes and Actions -- that empower you to reclaim and grow your confidence. Learn how to gain inner strength to achieve the things you always hoped for and reach your greatest goals.
Before searching to clear a trademark, brand owners ought to know about the difference types of searches available as well as their depth and breadth. Erik clarifies the various trademark search types in this episode. Listen to Podcast The post Key Trademark Search Terms appeared first on Erik M Pelton & Associates, PLLC.
Listen to pediatric dental practice management guru Dr. Robert Delarosa, founding partner of Associates in Pediatric Dentistry, talk about how he paused, took advantage of the time during the early shutdown of Covid-19; and how he changed his practice and personal outlooks on things. Rob describes the “Covid Reset” and the thought process he underwent that has given him a fresh start on what his personal and professional goals are going forward. Get ready to be inspired!
QuickBooks Monday: Common Quickbooks Misconceptions addresses some commonly held misconceptions about Quickbooks, which is occasionally written as either Quick Book or Quickbook. Of course, both are incorrect. Quickbooks Monday is the name of a limited series run by AP Now about this widely used accounting software. #QuickBooks #accountspayable #accounting If you want a quick overview on how does look at some common myths about QuickBooks, this session will open your eyes. Common QuickBooks misconceptions made by accountants, as well as the public at large are addressed. Quickbooks cloud is what some folks sometimes call Quickbooks online. In this session, our guest, Beth Blaney a Quickbooks advanced pro advisor shatters some commonly held misconceptions about QuickBooks while addressing what you need to know to run your business with QuickBooks. This accounting software is widely used. This session provides a basic QuickBooks Online overview for accounts payable, accounting and other professionals interested in learning more about QuickBooks and how to use QuickBooks Online. This QuickBooks tutorial provides the information you need to avoid making common errors. Quick books and how to use QuickBooks is a must-see for all professionals who want a basic understanding of QuickBooks. If you want to learn how to get started QuickBooks, what is Quickbooks Online and what does QuickBooks online do this is another session for you. There is also a quick mention of which version QuickBooks online to use. Register for Beth's QuickBooks Training at: https://bba.vipmembervault.com/products/courses/view/1097847 Learn more about Beth Blaney and Associates at: https://www.bethblaney.com/ Host: Mary Schaeffer (https://www.ap-now.com/) Guest: Beth Blaney (https://www.bethblaney.com/)
Now more than ever there's an opportunity to design with purpose, and with a goal of equity so that spaces are built for everyone. But in order to do that, we need to do two things: keep the new generation of young designers engaged and supported, and involve our clients and communities in the design process. In this Best Practice interview, Black Architects + Interior Designers Association Canada (BAIDA) co-founder Farida Abu-Bakare and Director of Advocacy Ian Rolston explain how two-way mentorship, developing a voice, and learning from the communities you build in can transform the architecture industry.Interview Takeaways Be your authentic self Collaborate at every level Understand local building methods and environments Share information in a mentorship Keep the younger generation in design Develop your voice Look for a place where you'll fit Leaders should transform, not transact Set out to achieve community impact Bring clients into your process Spend time in communities Pursue equity in design Show Links Check out BAIDA Connect with Farida Abu-Bakare on LinkedIn Connect with Ian Rolston on LinkedIn Connect with George Valdes on LinkedIn or Twitter Connect with Chris Morgan on LinkedIn Check out Monograph Follow Monograph on LinkedIn or Instagram Listen and read more about Monograph
This week's episode features Saunders & Associates real estate agent Darius Narizzano who gives compelling insight on buying into this hot Hamptons market and what he sees happening for the future. Darius also discusses his most recent purchase, a Hamptons house of his own.
QuickBooks Monday: What You Need to Know about Quickbooks explains what is quickbooks and how does it work. Quickbooks Monday is the name of a limited series run by AP Now about this extremely popular accounting software. #QuickBooks #accountspayable #accounting If you want a quick overview on how does quickbooks work this session will provide the answers. Quickbooks cloud is what some folks sometimes call Quickbooks online. In this session, our guest, Beth Blaney a Quickbooks advanced pro advisor shares insight about QuickBooks what you need to know to run your business with QuickBooks. This accounting software is widely used. This session provides a short QuickBooks Online introduction for accounts payable, accounting and other professionals interested in learning more about QuickBooks and how to use QuickBooks Online. This QuickBooks tutorial provides the introductory information you need. Quick books and how to use QuickBooks is a must-see for all professionals who want a basic understanding of QuickBooks. If you want to learn how to get started QuickBooks, what is Quickbooks Online and what does QuickBooks online do this is the session for you. There is also a quick mention of which version QuickBooks online to use. Register for Beth's QuickBooks Training at: https://bba.vipmembervault.com/products/courses/view/1097847 Learn more about Beth Blaney and Associates at: https://www.bethblaney.com/ Host: Mary Schaeffer (https://www.ap-now.com/) Guest: Beth Blaney (https://www.bethblaney.com/)
We have an ethos in America that quitting is bad. Quitting is weak. Quitting is for losers. We preach… “One step at a time.” “Life is not a sprint.” “Keep grinding.” Grit, Grind, and Persistence are critical for achievement and success. But…there's also a time to quit and for good reasons. Listen in as Dr. Matt Morris, LPC, LMFT, and Erik Garcia, CFP® discuss why winners sometimes quit. Episode Highlights: Erik & Matt discuss the aftermath of Hurricane Ida. (0:53) Matt & Erik discuss the idea of quitting in general. (5:09) Matt mentions that the quitter should not be shamed. (9:04) Matt discusses the mentality of the word don't quit. (10:32) Matt explains that sometimes people must give up something in order to pursue something better. (14:17) Matt mentions that people sometimes quit something that is now inconsistent with their values. (17:04) Matt discusses how people may stop something because it is counterproductive to their preferred quality of life. (19:54) Erik defines the term "return of investment". (21:11) Matt mentions that another good reason to quit is when what you're doing is harmful. (23:16) Matt gives an example of a good reason for a marathon runner to abandon the race. (24:32) Matt explains that there are occasions when it's a wise choice to end a partnership. (26:50) Matt and Erik talk about the pros and cons of divorce. (30:10) Erik believes that there is a time to get away to gain clarity in order to figure out what is going on and what the next step should be. (36:24) Matt mentions that relationships are naturally difficult. (39:14) Matt explains that relationships do not begin as harmful or abusive. (44:24) Matt and Erik talk about their decision to quit the podcast. (47:04) Key Quotes: “There is a really good time and reason to quit. And we shouldn't shame the quitter. Sometimes it's good to quit.” - Dr. Matt Morris, LPC, LMFT “People choose different paths, and we can respect both positions, we can support both positions and both positions can be healthy at different times for different people for different reasons. There is a time to quit, and there are clear benefits to quitting.” - Dr. Matt Morris, LPC, LMFT “There are things that you're doing that are inconsistent with that value of freedom of your own time, if that makes sense. So it's almost like a rediscovery of your values and realigning behaviors with those values.” - Erik Garcia, CFP® Resources Mentioned: Erik Garcia, CFP® Dr. Matt Morris, LPC, LMFT Garcia Financial Group Matt Morris & Associates
Special #MakeHerstory edition of #VoteHerIn, a collaboration of Two Broads Talking Politics & author Rebecca SiveWith Illinois Deputy Gov Sol A. Flores and strategist Alex Sims.Sol Flores serves as deputy governor in Illinois Governor JB Pritzker's administration overseeing Health and Human Services since February 2019. As Deputy Governor, she helped oversee the administration's response to COVID-19, including housing relief and vaccination efforts. Additionally, Flores spearheads the administration's efforts around poverty alleviation, hunger relief, expanding healthcare access to all, and strengthening the state's safety nets for its most vulnerable residents. She was the founding executive director of La Casa Norte, a non-profit organization established in 2002 that has served more than 30,000 youth and families confronting homelessness. Flores built La Casa Norte from two employees to a multi-million-dollar organization delivering inspiration, hope, and critical services. She is a tireless advocate, having served on numerous working groups, commissions, and nonprofit boards. Flores was raised by a single mother who came to Chicago from Puerto Rico, who was recognized as a national Champion of Change by President Barack Obama.Alexandra (Alex) P. Sims believes that one's birthplace and economic status shouldn't negatively affect one's life journey, and her career has taught her that real change is brought about when there is synergy, empathy, and aligned purposes among all public affairs sectors: business, government, philanthropy, and grassroots organizing. Alex came to Chicago from metro Detroit to attend Northwestern University. Awarded the prestigious CORO Fellowship, Alex was assigned by the CORO program to serve in the St. Louis, Missouri area. Motivated by President Barack Obama's education and social policies, Alex was appointed to head his 2012 Presidential campaign for the St. Louis region. Following Obama's victory, Alex continued as a State Coordinator with Organizing for Action (OFA), relocating to Chicago. It was in Chicago there that she founded Every Vote Counts, where she directed the registration of over 120,000 voters in 4 four months - the largest voter registration campaign in the country that year. While Senior Advisor to the City of Chicago Treasurer, she launched an aggressive and strategic agenda of financial equity and access. Now, founder and CEO of APS and Associates, she counsels numerous clients, including The Obama Foundation and Illinois Governor JB Pritzker.Both Sol and Alex are graduates of the women in public leadership initiative created by Rebecca Sive for the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy.
On this episode of The Power of Love Show we welcome back special guest and friend of DDJF, Amelia Green, who first joined us for an episode in October 2020 to discuss ‘Understanding & Accepting Autism'. When Amelia Green became a mother at 25 she found her life's mission in her little miracle - her son, Alex. Tireless advocacy and endless appointments ultimately led to Alex's diagnosis of severe, nonverbal autism at 16-months-old. The next few years brought endless growth and learning to support Alex and inspired Amelia to get her Associates, Undergraduate and finally a Masters Degree in Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis. The following years led to another diagnosis of epilepsy for Alex. As the years passed the love grew but so did the challenges that Alex faced everyday. By nine his diagnosis had been changed to refractory medication resistant epilepsy and he was seizing almost daily. The next years brought countless specialists, appointments, trips to the emergency room and weeks spent in Intensive Care or in the hospital. Amelia began to focus on improving the everyday quality of life not just for Alex but for her whole family. After years of fighting to keep him here, Alex was lost to a seizure during the night on March 7, 2021, two weeks before his 14th birthday. The devastation of this loss has been felt far and wide as Alex and his pure joy were so memorable he touched endless lives. Mostly he touched and changed Amelia's life for the better. After years of grieving for a living boy she now had to face a life without her cause, her compass, her reason. In the months that have followed Amelia has woken up everyday intent on one mission - to find Alex level joy in each and every day for Alex's brothers Cameron and Bradley and herself. It is through perpetuating joy and love and fighting for quality of life for people with disabilities that Amelia keeps Alex and his legacy alive and with her everyday. Alex showed the world that love needs no words and Amelia hopes to continue to teach his message and further his impact on the world by telling his story. Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-Nd1HTnbaI Like Our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/884355188308946/ Have you subscribed to our Podcast? Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/fr/podcast/the-power-of-love-show/id1282931846 Spotify Podcasts : https://open.spotify.com/show/6X6zGAPmdReRrlLO0NW4n6?si=bhNl9GjJRxKXUvTdwZme6Q Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9wb3dlcm9mbG92ZS5saWJzeW4uY29tL3Jzcw Other podcasts: https://anchor.fm/thepowerofloveshow Did you know you can support DDJF through any of your Amazon purchases? Simply click link below and select Dee Dee Jackson Foundation as your charity of choice: https://smile.amazon.com/gp/chpf/dashboard/ref=smi_nav_surl_mi_x_mkt Once done… bookmark and use your smile link to support DDJF! The Power of Love Show is a weekly show sponsored by The Dee Dee Jackson Foundation where we shine a light on loss and grief and how it impacts our lives. Our aim is to build a community where we share inspiring stories, interview experts, learn, grow and empower one another to find proper and healthy healing. Visit the DDJF official website: http://www.ddjf.org/ Donate to DDJF (501c3): https://app.mobilecause.com/form/xDJ0Cg?vid=74qmm Check Out DDJF Merch: https://teespring.com/.../collection/All%20Products... Join the Dee Dee Jackson Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/1500933326745571 Follow us on Instagram: @DeeDeeJacksonFoundation • https://instagram.com/deedeejacksonfoundation?utm_medium=copy_link --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thepowerofloveshow/support
GRIFFIN BRIDGERS wears two hats – estate planning attorney, and content creator. He is a partner with the law firm of HUTCHINS & ASSOCIATES in Denver, Colorado, and also is piloting a fledgling media venture centered around bespoke tax and estate planning education in the digital age. IN THIS EPISODE: Quick tour of the changing estate planning landscape and the legislative shifts.Why GRIFFIN has started his media companyTrends in the business models of the wealth management industryA couple new developments in outside (private equity ownership) of LAW FIRMS and ACCOUNTING FIRMS that bear monitoring. This could have wide ranging "aggregator effects" similar to what we have seen in the RIA space. Will these be good for the industry? LEGISLATIVE FLUX Chaos and disorder with legislative flux right now . . .What are you seeing? Crystal Balls often don't help . . . INSIDE BASEBALL IN THE WEALTH MANAGEMENT INDUSTRY Service ModelsWhat are the models that are out there that you like?What "should" services include?Is there an optimum model?What is the value proposition? Does it change?The Importance of Transparency ("Truth in Speaking")Appropriate Fees- how "at risk" is the 1% AUM fee? CONTENT CREATION AND ESTATE PLANNING Let's get into the media side of things . . . you have a terrific Youtube channel that sets out various concepts in estate planning- How does that help your practice?What slot were you trying to fill? Somewhere between Estate Planning 101 and Hypertechnical?Is there a Michael Kitces of estate planning?Media- what has worked for you? Effective amounts of time?What problems did you try to solve?Youtube- how did you stumble onto this s your platform of choice?Substack How do you think about the platforms?What are your plans on this front? For Griffin's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRaGK2J72zXDvLLcy2aPl-w/videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBEHBK1ebmY FUTURE TRENDS- LAW FIRM AND ACCOUNTING FIRM AGGREGATION? Non Practitioner Ownership-Law firms AZ, UT, FLPrivate Equity's Push into Accounting firms - ex. EISNER AMPERconflictsturmoil with departing partnersPrivate Equity timetables for ownership and investmentscustomizationpersonalizationwho "owns" the clients HOW DO WE STAY IN TOUCH? For GRIFFIN's NEWSLETTER: https://griffinbridgers.substack.com For GRIFFIN's LAW FIRM website: www.hutchinslaw.com For GRIFFINS LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/griffin-bridgers-a4a26a15 https://www.amazon.com/Wealth-Actually-Intelligent-Decision-Making-1-ebook/dp/B07FPQJJQT/
In this week's Houses in Motion, which is part of HousingWire Daily, we spoke with Michael Nourmand, one of the most consistent and established Beverly Hills brokers. Nourmand's father founded Nourmand & Associates, an LA-based real estate brokerage, and Nourmand has seen firsthand the rapid changes in west Los Angeles real estate, including the influence of reality television shows and the impacts of climate change.We spoke with Nourmand about these changes, and how what happens in Beverly Hills is both relevant and irrelevant to the rest of the country's housing market.
Join our network at www.Bulletproof.Dental to stay in the know on all things Bulletproof! Bulletproof Dental Practice Podcast Episode 214 Hosts: Dr. Peter Boulden Guest: Chris Tuff Key Takeaways: Intro Growth Depends On The Right People The Great Quit The Art Of Fly By Culture Follows Connections Retention And Recruiting Younger Associates Mentality Shift Job Description Pipeline Of Talents Interview Process References: The Dream Manager: Achieve Results Beyond Your Dreams by Helping Your Employees Fulfill Theirs Mighty Networks: Bulletproof Dental Practice Tweetables: Just do your best, after that, it's out of your hands. Dr. Peter BouldenWithout the right people, you are stagnating. Dr. Peter BouldenPeople will move the vision for you. Dr. Peter BouldenJust do the right thing. Chris Tuff Let your people leave. Chris Tuff Recruiting associates is a curation process. Dr. Peter Boulden Incentivize people to look for thoroughbreds. Dr. Peter Boulden Don't negotiate with terrorists. Chris Tuff
Standard Operating Procedures have become obsolete in the last 18 months due to the ever-changing market. Tune in to Ep 41. Creativity Before Capital with Brett & Ruth Kellick-Grubbs of Kellick & Associates discuss the changes and creativity it took to navigate these unprecedented times, and more importantly, how we use that information and creativity moving forward into the future.
There is a plethora of trademark information and resources available from the USPTO.gov web site. In this episode Erik highlights what he believes are the most useful features for anyone exploring the world of trademarks. Listen to Podcast The post Most Valuable Trademark Features of the USPTO Website appeared first on Erik M Pelton & Associates, PLLC.
Eric Buchanan joins me as we start a new series of conversations around our Constitution and Bill of Rights! Today is part one of our discussion about the 1st Amendment. A lot of history - some questions - some challenges - and some headlines! PLUS - How has it changed and is it still relevelant? Brought to you by Eric Buchanan and Associates: www.buchanandisability.com === THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Granite Garage Floors of Chattanooga: https://granitegaragefloors.com/location/chattanooga Vascular Institute of Chattanooga: https://www.vascularinstituteofchattanooga.com/ MedicareMisty: https://medicaremisty.com/ The Barn Nursery: https://www.barnnursery.com/ Guardian Investment Advisors: https://giaplantoday.com/ Please consider supporting the podast by becoming a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/duringthebreakpodcast This podcast is powered by ZenCast.fm
This week, we're taking a human-centered approach to architecture discussions with Dr. Tyrone Yang. Tyrone graduated with a Master's in Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design in 2002. He also has a Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology from the University of Virginia and a BA in Psychology from Cornell University. Currently, he has recently founded Architectural Health and Yang Architects. Before doing that, he worked as a designer and project manager at Butz + Klug, RIZVI Architects, and also Moshe Safdie and Associates and worked on a large array of projects. Tyrone's academic involvement includes classes in Psychology and Research Methods at the University of Virginia and classes in Human Factors and Sustainable Architecture at Wentworth Institute of Technology. He's also worked as an affiliate researcher and course collaborator at the City Science / Changing Places Group at the MIT Media Lab. Currently, he's teaching Environmental Design Research at the Department of Architecture at Roger Williams University. Tyrone is both a licensed architect and a member of the AIA and the Boston Society of Architects, where he has co-chaired the Small Practices Network. In this conversation, we discuss the overlaps and how Dr. Yang's research into cognitive psychology has underpinned his architectural approach, how that has manifested in his current entrepreneurship ventures and business ventures, and how positioned himself as one of the world's leading, healthy building design consultants. ► Access your free training at http://SmartPracticeMethod.com/ ► If you want to speak directly to our advisors, book a call at https://www.businessofarchitecture.com/call ► Subscribe to my YouTube Channel for updates: https://www.youtube.com/c/BusinessofArchitecture ******* For more free tools and resources for running a profitable, impactful, and fulfilling practice, connect with me on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/businessofarchitecture Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/enoch.sears/ Website: https://www.businessofarchitecture.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BusinessofArch Podcast: http://www.businessofarchitecture.com/podcast/ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/business-architecture-podcast/id588987926 Android Podcast Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/BusinessofArchitecture-podcast ******* Access the FREE Architecture Firm Profit Map video here: http://freearchitectgift.com Download the FREE Architecture Firm Marketing Process Flowchart video here: http://freearchitectgift.com Come to my next live, in-person event: https://www.businessofarchitecture.com/live Carpe Diem!
Zone3podcast is lucky to be joined by returning guest Kristan Harrington, MBA, RT(R)(MR) to discuss Breast MRIBreast imaging is one of Kristan's passions. Her interest started with her experience in research at Emory University. Kristan provides the audience with a run-down of today's Breast Cancer statistics and how MRI is becoming the leading preferred imaging modality because of its success with specificity and sensitivity. This consequently, could be linked to the reason the breast cancer mortality rate has dropped 40% in the past 25 years. 322,000 women's lives saved! Kristan discusses Breast cancer's many contributing factors that are considered established risks. She also touches on some interesting things that are considered emerging risks, as well. Kristan is an advocate of abbreviated breast imaging. Allowing the exam to be available to more patients is key. Technological Advancements in MRI have greatly increased image quality, resulting in an increase in diagnostic integrity.About our Guest:Kristan has been an educator specializing in MRI since 1998. She worked as an educator with Philips Healthcare for almost 12 years. She held a full-time faculty appointment at Emory University School of Medicine leading the MRI Bachelor's Degree Program. Kristan is the Senior Associate with William Faulkner & Associates providing both MRI educational and consulting services. She speaks at conferences nationally for many vendors including, MTMI, NWIF, Siemens, Philips, Bracco, and Medtronic. Kristan is also developing bachelor's degree programs in MRI for universities that are moving in that direction. Kristan earned her Associate's degree in Radiology Technology in 1996 and her Bachelor's Degree in Medical Science Education, with honors from Emory University in 1997. She then received her Master's in Business Administration in 2010.Breastcancer.orgAbout our Sponsor: Aegys is an innovative leader in the MRI safety industry.Aegys is committed to providing innovative product and process solutions that enhance overall magnet safety and improve efficiency. Their TechGate Auto is a Zone 4 Barrier System that keeps patients and MRI technologists safe. TechGate Auto allows technologists to focus on the care of patients and efficient room turnaround rather than worrying about anyone entering the MRI room behind them. Easy to use and designed for the MRI environment, TechGate Auto is deployed whenever the technologist enters or leaves the MR room or via push-button remote control, providing an immediate physical restriction of access to all unauthorized individuals.The use of a “caution” barrier at the entrance to the MR room is now a recommendation of the American College of Radiology MR Safety Committee.Thanks for Joining us in Zone 3!
Hosts Gregg Masters and Fred Goldstein meet Michael Abrams Managing Partner Numerof & Associates, and their discussion of the key take-aways of their recent report: State of Population Health: The 6th Annual Numerof Survey Report. The report measures sentiment from c-suite executives including physician organizations or medical groups and health system executives nationwide. The report reveals minimal progress towards embracing the risk of implementing a population based strategy. To stream our Station live 24/7 visit www.HealthcareNOWRadio.com or ask your Smart Device to “….Play HealthcareNOW Radio”. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen
https://soundcloud.com/jaquel-pitts/j-smooth-ft-introvertdame-entanglement-remix https://www.instagram.com/kingj81/ Jaquel Pitts, better known by his stage name J-SMOOTH, is an American rapper. In 2012, J-SMOOTH created Jaquel Pitts and Associates. Jaquel Pitts is the biological cousin to James Earl Jones who played Darth Vader. Jaquel Pitts has opened up for Soulja Boy before. His record label is incorporated within his business. J-SMOOTH was in the 2015 NFL Draft. J-SMOOTH's uncle John Dokes Jr is the former vice president of Marvel Entertainment and current general manager of Accuweather. J-SMOOTH is the cousin-in-law to NFL running back Darren McFadden. J-SMOOTH's biological cousin Phillip Dokes Sr. played in the NFL. J-SMOOTH's biological cousin Dre Dokes played in the CFL. J-SMOOTH graduated from Central Valley High School and College of the Siskiyous. J-SMOOTH frequently shows his appreciation for Bad Boy Records and May Bach MusicGroup. J-SMOOTH is an actor/singer/rapper/comedian/entertainer/model. J-SMOOTH has a single which is a remix to Chris Brown Liquor. His mix tape ‘'Journey to the Throne'' will soon be released.
Blimling Economists Tiffany LaMendola and Katie Burgess bring us this week's episode, a “Top 5 in 15 minuets” of what's happening in the dairy markets for the month ending this week. For more information on the services provided by Blimling: www.blimling.com To reach out to Tiffany: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the third of our four-part #ECPod special, we take a look back at Namibia's 2003 World Cup campaign, as reflected on by players, staff members, and budding young cricketers at the time who would go on and play for the country. Taking on the force of India (and having the chance to claim Tendulkar's wicket early!), The Eagles then faced the bowling force of Australia, before a final match against fellow Associates the Netherlands with bragging rights on the line.
Hi, we're Casey Clapp and Alex Crowson. You're invited to take a seat at the table for Completely Arbortrary Season 4: Plant-Based Diet! That's right, this season we're baking, sautéing, and grilling our way through a cornucopia of trees that feed. We're talking lemon tree, almond tree, and even the dreaded apple. And we're teaming up with chefs from all around to showcase the best ingredients our arboreal friends have to offer, and we're sharing the recipes with you! Can you smell what the trees are cooking? Season premiere on October 7th. Included in this episode is a FREE PATREON EPISODE all about Fungal Associates. Enjoy!
Welcome to another episode of Action and Ambition. We have Fred Penney, founder of Penney and Associates, an AV Preeminent Rated Attorney, one of the most prestigious rating systems in the United States. He has received the highest AVVO personal injury attorney rating of 10– "Superb Lawyer." Fred is the host of Radio Law Talk, a radio show that discusses current legal issues and news. Behind his success is his belief that even if you're the CEO or the most outstanding lawyer, never hesitate to get dirty. Fred had many struggles gaining all the success he has and has failed many times, but he never let these failures stop him. Today he will be sharing his secrets and story of his success, how he started and what strategies he has used, and will share the most important mindset. Let's listen to this episode to find out!
This week we revisit our conversation with lawyer Daniel Ajak. At 13, Daniel left the Kenyan refugee camp he grew up in with his sister and a suitcase, bound for Australia. He had never left the camp before, let alone boarded a plane or been overseas. A few days later he landed in Australia and would not see his parents again for 12 years. Daniel's upbringing, work ethic, tenacity, community and vision all guided him to a dynamic Life in the Law, including working at Victoria Legal Aid and starting his own legal practice Ajak, Wolan & Associates with partner Natasha Wolan. Daniel is an active member of the Australia African community and it was an absolute pleasure to have him on the show.
Today we talk to Dr. Stephen Zonca about the new surgical suite opening at Muskegon Surgical Associates (and Pure Medical Spa). With an onsite surgical suite, patients will not need to go into the hospital or multiple settings for cosmetic procedures and consultation, you can get top tier care in a more nurturing and personal setting.
Guest Pauline Mcfarlane shares her journey about the pain of suspending grief, dealing with PMR (Polymyalgia Rheumatica), the neglect of self-care, and loss of relationships of those living (siblings, friends), death of her parents, while dealing with a protracted acrimonious divorce. Pauline supported everyone, yet when she cried for help, it fell on deaf ears, cold silence and disinterest. Pauline McFarlen is one of 29 authors of Navigating Life Anthology- Health Grief & Loss. She is an occupational business psychologist; her company is McFarlane and Associates https://www.mcfarlaneandassociates.com/
There are many different mistakes that can affect a trademark application. Erik reveals the five most common mistakes applicants make and how to avoid them. Listen to Podcast The post The 5 Most Common Trademark Application Mistakes and How to Fix Them appeared first on Erik M Pelton & Associates, PLLC.
In today's episode Shelley explains what sellers disclosures are and what sellers are required to disclose in Florida. In the news interest rates are stable, buyer demand is still high, and Canadian Snowbirds are poised to return this winter! (We love our snowbirds.) Finally we wrap up with The Local Flavor featuring Duval's Fresh. Local. Seafood. This place is AWESOME! Links from this episode: Shawn Yesner of Yesner Law in Tampa, FL - Visit yesnerlaw.com or call (727) 261-0224 JoAnn Koontz of Koontz & Associates in Sarasota, FL - Visit koontzassociates.com or call (941) 225-2615 Local Flavor featuring Duval's in downtown Sarasota, FL - Visit duvalsfreshlocalseafood.com or call (941) 312-4001 Need help with your real estate questions? Call or email Shelley for a no pressure conversation about real estate in the Sarasota area! Email: email@example.com Call / text: 941-960-5115 Website: https://my.captivate.fm/c21shelley.com (c21shelley.com) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/C21ShelleyPanas/ (facebook.com/C21ShelleyPanas)
More and more chiropractors are starting to understand the importance of Google My Business (GMB). Most chiropractors will get more visits to their GMB profile in a given month than they will to their own website. But what to do with GMB isn't as straightforward for every chiropractor. In this episode, I talk about what to do with Google My Business if you are a chiropractic associate, an independent contractor, or a chiropractor with multiple clinics. Let's get into it.
Yahoo News report details CIA war plans against Assange, Wikileaks and Assange associates The Duran: Episode 1100 Kidnapping, assassination and a London shoot-out: Inside the CIA's secret war plans against WikiLeaks https://news.yahoo.com/kidnapping-assassination-and-a-london-shoot-out-inside-the-ci-as-secret-war-plans-against-wiki-leaks-090057786.html?link_id=0&can_id=4bf1a92389a3c371e25a415d7200903e&source=email-breaking-cia-white-house-sketched-plans-to-kidnap-or-kill-julian-assange&email_referrer=email_1304504&email_subject=breaking-cia-white-house-sketched-plans-to-kidnap-or-kill-julian-assange
Connie Whitman is the CEO of Whitman and Associates and she is an international best-selling author of her book, Easy Sales Process: 7 Steps to Sales Success. Connie is also a speaker, podcast host of 2 podcasts and an influencer. Her genius is helping business owners, salespeople and entrepreneurs grow their revenue through enhanced communications and sales skills. Her other two bestselling books are Bright Spots and Engaging Experts. Known for her high energy, passionate and heart centred approach to sales, teaching and coaching, Connie is thrilled to share inspiring content on her two weekly international podcasts, “Heart-Centred Sales Leader,” and “Enlightenment of Change.” Have a listen to our lively exchange about books, publishing and how Connie's books helped her business.Connie's Links:Website: https://whitmanassoc.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgCommunication Style Assessment (CSA)™ https://whitmanassoc.com/csa/Podcast Links:Heart-Centered Sales Leader Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/heart-centered-sales-leader/id1543243616Enlightenment of Change Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/enlightenment-of-change/id1313299091—Richelle Wiseman: website | linkedin | facebook
"The Desire to Serve, The Ability to Perform, The Courage to Act" Nicholas Palczer host of the new podcast: Bottom Line Nursing! He has his Bachelors in Nursing, Associates in Nursing, & Associates in Fire Science He is currently an Active Duty Air Force Nurse, which he has been for 9 years and was an Enlisted Firefighter/EMT before he got commissioned! He has been stationed at overseas and stateside assignments. He is a Paramedic candidate and a BLS/ALS Instructor.
The DBA role is complex. Pitfalls exist everywhere you turn, and it can be difficult to survive and thrive. On this episode of TechPod, we'll help accidental DBAs become a DBA survivors with career advice from SolarWinds Head Geeks Thomas LaRock and Kevin Kline as well as Denny Cherry, CEO and founder, Denny Cherry & Associates. This podcast is provided for informational purposes only. © 2021 SolarWinds Worldwide, LLC. All rights reserved.
Dr. Karen Geiger of Karen Geiger & Associates, consults with organizations and individuals to create awareness on the issue of white privilege, implement change and alter the race narrative. In this episode she addresses: her personal journey with race and how she became comfortable with her own white privilegesocial identity and racethe need to reframe white identitythe significance of changing white people's level of awareness for the benefit of all societyhow to fight the system and policies which have disparate impact.Dr. Geiger can be reached at www.KarenGeiger.com.Contact the host at Carole@XperienceLeadership.com.Learn more at www.XperienceLeadership.comAre you enjoying the the Career Couch with Dr. Carole & Friends? Please subscribe and share!
The Osborne Effect isn't an episode about Spider-Man that covers turning green or orange and throwing bombs off little hoverboards. Instead it's about the impact of The Osborne 1 computer on the history of computers. Although many might find discussing the Green Goblin or Hobgoblin much more interesting. The Osborne 1 has an important place in the history of computing because when it was released in 1981, it was the first portable computer that found commercial success. Before the Osborne, there were portable teletype machines for sure, but computers were just starting to get small enough that a fully functional machine could be taken on an airplane. It ran 2.2 of the CP/M operating system and came with a pretty substantial bundle of software. Keep in mind, there weren't internal hard drives in machines like this yet but instead CP/M was a set of floppies. It came with MBASIC from Microsoft, dBASE II from Ashton-Tate, the WordStar word processor, SuperCalc for spreadsheets, the Grammatik grammar checker, the Adventure game, early ledger tools from PeachTree Software, and tons of other software. By bundling so many titles, they created a climate where other vendors did the same thing, like Kaypro. After all, nothing breeds competitors like the commercial success of a given vendor. The Osborne was before flat panel screens so had a built-in CRT screen. This and the power supply and the heavy case meant it weighed almost 25 pounds and came in at just shy of $1,800. Imagine two disk drives with a 5 inch screen in the middle. The keyboard, complete with a full 10-key pad, was built into a cover that could be pulled off and used to interface with the computer. The whole thing could fit under a seat on an airplane. Airplane seats were quite a bit larger than they are today back then! We think of this as a luggable rather than a portable because of that and because computers didn't have batteries yet. Instead it pulled up to 37 watts of power. All that in a 20 inch wide case that stood 9 inches tall. The two people most commonly associated with the Osborne are Adam Osborne and Lee Felsenstein. Osborne got his PhD from the University of Delaware in 1968 and went to work in chemicals before he moved to the Bay Area and started writing books about computers and started a company called Osborne and Associates to write computer books. He sold that to McGraw-Hill in 1979. By then he'd been hanging around the Homebrew Computer Club for a few years and there were some pretty wild ideas floating around. He saw Jobs and Wozniak demo the Apple I and watched their rise. Founders and engineers from Cromemco, IMSAI, Tiny BASIC, and Atari were also involved there - mostly before any of those products were built. So with the money from McGraw-Hill and sales of some of his books like An Introduction To Microcomputers, he set about thinking through what he could build. Lee Felsenstein was another guy from that group who'd gotten his degree in Computer Science at Berkeley before co-creating Community Memory, a project to build an early bulletin board system on top of a SDS 940 timesharing mainframe with links to terminals like a Teletype Model 33 sitting at Leopold's Records in Berkeley. That had started up back in 1973 when Doug Englebart donated his machine from The Mother of All Demos and eventually moved to minicomputers as those became more available. Having seen the world go from a mainframe the size of a few refrigerators to minicomputers and then to early microcomputers like the Altair, when a hardware hacker like Felsenstein paired up with someone with a little seed money like Osborne, magic was bound to happen. The design was similar to the NoteTaker that Alan Kay had built at Xerox in the 70s - but hacked together from parts they could find. Like 5 inch Fujitsu floppy drives. They made 10 prototypes with metal cases and quickly moved to injection molded plastic cases, taking them to the 1981 West Coast Computer Faire and getting a ton of interest immediately. Some thought the screen was a bit too small but at the time the price justified the software alone. By the end of 1981 they'd had months where they did a million dollars in sales and they fired up the assembly line. People bought modems to hook to the RS-232 compatible serial port and printers to hook to the parallel port. Even external displays. Sales were great. They were selling over 10,000 computers a month and Osborne was lining up more software vendors, offering stock in the Osborne Computer Corporation. By 1983 they were preparing to go public and developing a new line of computers, one of which was the Osborne Executive. That machine would come with more memory, a slightly larger screen, an expansion slot and of course more software using sweetheart licensing deals that accompanied stock in the company to keep the per-unit cost down. He also announced the Vixen - same chipset but lighter and cheaper. Only issue is this created a problem, which we now call the Osborne Effect. People didn't want the Osborne 1 any more. Seeing something new was on the way, people cancelled their orders in order to wait for the Executive. Sales disappeared almost overnight. At the time, computer dealers pushed a lot of hardware and the dealers didn't want to have all that stock of an outdated model. Revenue disappeared and this came at a terrible time. The market was changing. IBM showed up with a PC, Apple had the Lisa and were starting to talk about the Mac. KayPro had come along as a fierce competitor. Other companies had clued in on the software bundling idea. The Compaq portable wasn't far away. The company ended up cancelling the IPO and instead filing for bankruptcy. They tried to raise money to build a luggable or portable IBM clone - and if they had done so maybe they'd be what Compaq is today - a part of HP. The Osborne 1 was cannibalized by the Osborne Executive that never actually shipped. Other companies would learn the same lesson as the Osborne Effect throughout history. And yet the Osborne opened our minds to this weird idea of having machines we could take with us on airplanes. Even if they were a bit heavy and had pretty small screens. And while the timing of announcements is only one aspect of the downfall of the company, the Osborne Effect is a good reminder to be deliberate about how we talk about future products. Especially for hardware but we also have to be careful not to sell features that don't exist yet in software.
John McLaughlin, co - founder of McLaughlin and Associates, a premiere polling company and Matt Towery, pollster, attorney and syndicated columnist discuss Biden's horrific polling numbers. With news out just yesterday that Mr. Tax the Rich himself may owe up to as much as half a million dollars in back taxes, this train wreck seems to know no end. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Modular Construction Chris Krager has a BA in Business Administration from Michigan State University, and he received his MArch First Professional from the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture. Krager formed KRDB (Krager & Associates, Design/Build), a develop/design/build company, in 2001 with the intention of creating financially accessible architecture, while focusing on sustainability […] The post EA409: Chris Krager – Modular Construction appeared first on EntreArchitect // Small Firm Entrepreneur Architects.
In breaking news Thursday night, the Jan. 6 select committee subpoenaed four Trump associates including Steve Bannon. Additionally, former chief of staff Mark Meadows, his deputy Dan Scavino, and former Defense Department official Kash Patel have been subpoenaed. Joy Reid and her panel discuss this important development. Plus, Democratic senator Kyrsten Sinema has come out against the reconciliation bill's drug price reforms, which the majority of the country supports, according to recent polling. Rep. Mondaire Jones (D-NY) joins Joy Reid to discuss saying, "I think we are seeing the worst of what Americans believe about Congress play out in this moment." And, Joy Reid leads this episode of show with an anniversary of sorts. One year ago today, we got a warning sign that Donald Trump would not go quietly if he lost the 2020 election. Joy and her panel unpack the ongoing threat to our democracy. All this and much more in this edition of The ReidOut on MSNBC.
In this episode Keta & Dani of the East Oakland Collective and I talk about the changes they're creating in Oakland to increase accessibility. We all know there's no damn reason for communities of color to be under-resourced other than whyteness doing what it does! And Dani let us know that no community, even if it's underdeveloped, ever goes unmapped or unplanned. So what can we do about houselessness, transportation, and making sure our communities thrive? How can we be the ones to stand up for our cities to increase access? Bc let's face it, we've always known WE gotta take care of US.! How can we create what we want to see and get the resources for it? Listen, learn, and get involved! ABOUT WEEZE Louiza Doran, known and referred to as Weeze, is a cis-het Amazigh* female-identifying human who uses she/her/they/them pronouns. She's known as a coach, podcast host, advocate, agent of change, strategist, and educator (to name a few) but is ultimately a compassionate provocateur that is out to help folks uncover their path of possibility. ABOUT KETA & DANI Marquita “Keta” Price (she/her/Goddess), aka “The Hood Planner,” is a third-generation East Oakland native serving as the Director of Urban and Regional Planning for The East Oakland Collective. Keta's formal passion for urbanism came about during recreational research on how gentrification has impacted low-income Black “hoods” across the nation. As director, Keta is the lead on several East Oakland neighborhood & transportation planning projects, participates in the development of local urban and regional planning, and holds the city of Oakland accountable to equitable zoning and land use in East Oakland. Her early activism and care for community is rooted at Merritt College, where she served as the Vice President of The Black Student Union, President of the Kem(istry) Club, President of the Associated Students of Merritt College (ASMC), and served as a Student Trustee of the Peralta Community College School District. Keta's initial goals were to restore the intellect and militancy of Merritt's student government. Seeded by Chairman Bobby Seale and other former Black Panthers, ASMC focused on leveraging the institution's resources to address the socioeconomic issues from the flatlands prohibiting students from thriving academically. Keta's political and social goals pulled her away from studying chemistry to deeply exploring how societies, communities, and cities are planned, designed and constructed. As a chemistry major, Keta received an achievement award for the completion of The Center for Educational Partnerships NIH-UCB internship. During this project Keta synthesized pro-fluorophores used for live-cell RNA imaging. Keta also received recognition and commendation from the California Legislature Assembly and State of California Senate and the Alameda County Board of Supervisors for her student advocacy work with the Tobacco-less Club at Merritt College. Keta has an Associates of Science in Mathematics and Natural Science. When the opportunity presents itself, Keta plans to further her education in Urban Studies, Data Analysis and Design. Danielle "Dani" Dynes is a dedicated community planner who was born in East Oakland and raised in West Oakland. As a planner, she focuses on the present needs of residents and while creating strategies to deal with the challenges of the future. She works to bring more resources and infrastructure to Oakland and ensure we have safer, healthier, and well-connected communities moving forward. Danielle has a B.A. in Urban Studies and Planning from San Francisco State University. She has previously worked at the Oakland Department of Transportation (OakDOT) in their Planning and Project Development section. Several of Danielle's projects at OakDOT prioritized equitable and culturally relevant change in the East Oakland community. She facilitated events around the 90th Avenue Scraper Bike Way and conducted community outreach for the East Oakland Mobility Action Plan. She also helped manage Sustainable Transportation Planning grants while interning at the California Department of Transportation. Before she studied planning Danielle taught website design and visual communication to students in Oakland and Richmond. In 2016 she was honored as a Youth Development Fellow by Coro, a civic leadership training organization. In her leisure, Danielle enjoys photography, crafting, hiking, and gardening. IN THIS EPISODE, WE TALK ABOUT How EOC's founder, Candace Elder, said hell nah to the ways her community was deteriorating due to gentrification and decided to address issues like pollution + houselessness. The fuckery with folks seeing systemic challenges and thinking it's random or beyond our control, but it's not! We knowwww this! Why disparities and underdeveloped communities even exist, when communities are always mapped out and planned. How the white flight outta of East Oakland and left the whole area for dead!. There's no designated funding to give to communities to plan their own communities surprise surprise, so a lot of that grunt work falls on nonprofits, grassroots people, and individuals to fill that gap. How a lack of economics, transportation, and accessibility affects communities + what we can do to help! CALL TO ACTION Support the East Oakland Mobility Action Plan. Get involved with the Mobility 4 All program, their new clean mobility fellows, and an upcoming project funded by the STEP Grant to explore the feasibility of implementing a zero-emission bus shuttle to bridge access to nearby local/regional park-The Martin Luther King Jr. Shoreline. EPISODE TRANSCRIPT https://drive.google.com/file/d/1eq-twyoJeB5ipLs7kbAWjF0Kgq210WRO/view?usp=sharing FOLLOW WEEZE TO STAY ENGAGED Website: https://www.accordingtoweeze.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/accordingtoweeze Podia: https://accordingtoweeze.podia.com/weeze FOLLOW KETA & DANI TO STAY ENGAGED Website: https://www.eastoaklandcollective.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eastoaklandcollective/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/eoakcollective Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eoakcollective
On the show today we have a multiple practice owner, broker, educator, and practicing dentist. Dr. Paul Goodman has also cultivated an uniquely positive and collaborative Facebook group in Dental Nachos. It's also a fun discussion when Dr. Mark Costes and Dr. Paul Goodman get together. Today you'll hear them talk about supporting young docs, sifting through mass information, mindset, and developing a sense of community in the industry. EPISODE RESOURCES www.dentalnachos.com Subscribe to The Dentalpreneur Podcast Visit the Dentalpreneur Podcast website Write a Review on iTunes Dental Success Network