Daily Word — Have you ever experienced a major business or life failure? If so, you may have negative associations resulting from that experience, which are affecting your current decision-making. To move forward and succeed in your calling, we have to break those negative associations. Links — Sunday Services, Online Community, Partnership
This wonderful and timely episode features James Jones, a black Latter-day Saint currently studying at Union Theological Seminary in New York, talking about his just-released video course: "LDS Anti-Racism 101: Abandoning Attitudes and Actions of Prejudice." This hour-long course features James sharing from scripture and prophetic calls of other forms to confront racism in its overt as well as subtle forms. Structuring it in the "head, heart, and hands" formula, he teaches how to raise our Awareness, be more thoughtful and open in our Associations, and put our particular gifts into Action. This conversation between James and LDF host Dan Wotherspoon also features the story of the complicated background story to its production and publication, one that features Deseret Book withdrawing from the project due to concerns over James' online history of calling out racism and other forms of marginalizing in remarks from LDS general authorities, but ultimately modeling a very good way of confronting institutional mistakes and making restitution. James and Dan also discuss a few course particulars regarding racism in wider societal context, and talk through a form of micro-aggression that most of us would never even think about. Plus, they talk about a whole lot more! Listen in! Do it because you "should" but also for the wisdom and fresh-eyes you will receive and that will bring more love into your heart and spark ways for you to be more authentic and confident in speaking and acting prophetically in your own life.
South Africa's President Ramaphosa has opened a vaccine manufacturing site in Cape Town. The BBC's Vumani Mkhize was at the event, and brings us the details. And we get reaction to the development from Thomas Cueni, director general of the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations in Basel. Also in the programme, the vice president of the European Securities and Markets Authority has called for a ban in the European Union on mining of the cryptocurrency Bitcoin, on environmental grounds. Erik Thedeen explains his thinking. Rising food and fuel prices are making daily life tougher for the people of Sri Lanka, and the BBC's Anbarasan Ethirajan reports on the difficulties people in the country face. Plus, less than 10 per cent of trade involving members of the East Africa economic bloc the EAC is currently delivered by rail. Tanzania and Burundi hope to change that and are planning a new rail connection between the two countries. We hear what the countries hope to achieve with the proposal from Nuzulack Dausen, executive editor of the NuktaAfrica news agency in Dar es Salaam.
It's time to review some recent cardiac arrest literature. Both of today's articles come from Resuscitation and address predictors of OHCA survival. Should we take a third attempt at intubating an OHCA patient, should we intubate OHCA at all? What about PEA arrest, can ETCO2 help identify pseudo-PEA? Listen to get some hot off the press OHCA literature updates. REFERENCES 1. Murphy DL et al. Fewer tracheal intubation attempts are associated with improved neurologically intact survival following out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. Resuscitation. 2021 Oct;167:289-296. 2. Crickmer M, et al. The association between end-tidal CO2 and return of spontaneous circulation after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest with pulseless electrical activity. Resuscitation. 2021 Oct;167:76-81. 3. Bergum D, et al. ECG patterns in early pulseless electrical activity-Associations with aetiology and survival of in-hospital cardiac arrest. Resuscitation. 2016 Jul;104:34-9.
One of the benefits of content marketing is in generating thought leadership, but how exactly does it work?This episode will go deep into content marketing, content syndication, traditional media, and how all of it can be leveraged to yield thought leadership. Specifically we will focus in on these 3 points:1. Thought leadership requires a deliberate strategy Associations and nonprofits are authorities on the industries, professions and issues/causes they represent. Association and nonprofit leaders naturally have deep expertise to share. But thought leadership doesn't just “happen.” This should be supported by a thought leadership strategy - to media, policymakers, members, prospects, donors, etc. 2. Thought leadership involves multiple tactics - but brings many benefits: There is no one way to do thought leadership. Some campaigns are directed more towards policymakers, others towards consumer media, others towards donors. Thought leadership spans speaking engagements, blogging, video, social media, by-lined articles and more. It is not a one-time thing: rather establishing thought leadership requires regularly communicating knowledge, intelligence, and insights. It is a long game, not a short burst, but has huge benefits of building credibility, trust, visibility and recognition. 3. Leverage visibility opportunities by give media what they can use: Thought leadership campaigns can be standalone, though are generally part of a larger PR/visibility campaign for an organization and/or an issue. For any visibility campaign, make sure your “owned media “ (social media channels, blog, Linked In, etc.) is robust. Then make it easy for media to cover. Submit by-lined articles or columns that outlets can run with. Regularly share not just data trends, surveys, and forecasts, but also stories of impact. Associations and nonprofits have so much knowledge but generally share it only with members or donors, etc. That expertise can go so much broader by figuring out the best way of capturing and communicating it.Key Highlights[02:20] Introduction of Podcast Guest, Rick Smith[12:34] Why Deliberate Strategy Is Critical[13:46] The Real Challenge To Content Marketers[16:09] Ways To Build Up Your Credibility[19:41] Multiple Tactics For Thought Leaders[23:50] How To Leverage Opportunities Aligned In What Media Can Use[27:50] Connect With RickNotable QuotesThe challenge people face is, you start off by wanting to build that credibility or be that expert.You have to sit and think, what is it that makes you unique? What is it that you have to offer? You've got to craft your message.People should be doing utilizing every channel they have. If you got to think of it this way, the media is concerned about their audience, they want their audience to have interesting articles and interesting things that they will read. And that they want to read. So the key to doing that is to give them what they want. Guest Links:NewsUSA: https://newsusa.comLearn More:Join My Digital First Mastermind: https://nealschaffer.com/membership/ Contact Me about My Fractional CMO Consulting Services: https://nealschaffer.com/contact/ The Age of Influence Free Preview: https://nealschaffer.com/age-of-influence-preview Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: https://youtube.com/nealschaffer Learn More About This Podcast: https://podcast.nealschaffer.com
In today's episode, I look back at my time tracking for 2021's Q4 briefly and then I dive into analyzing the entire year. At the end, I share some questions that can help you evaluate last year and plan for this year. My average weekly time in Q4 was similar to the previous quarters. I was really proud of myself that I stuck to my “absolutely no work” plan Dec. 23-Jan. 3. And I took at a four-week podcast hiatus. All of that was restorative and rejuvenated my creativity. The biggest surprise for me was I earned more money last year than I ever had in the past—by a wide margin! I do track my money each month, but I wasn't really adding up those monthly figures to see what I was making for the year. While I'm thrilled with how much I earned last year, I'm not sure it's sustainable. That's not just pessimism talking. Two big projects I landed in 2020 continued into 2021, but ended or were cut back before the end of the year, and I cannot expect that income this year. I analyzed where my work came from in 2021. Referrals are always my biggest source of work. In 2021, 37% of my income came from referrals. These percentages are based on income, not number of clients. I want to know where I'm earning the most money. After referrals, 21% of my income was from my involvement in the group Associations, Media & Publishing Network, specifically the Associations Council. The majority of my clients are associations, so I've gone where my clients are. Where are your clients? There's probably an organization out there where you can start to get involved and subtly show your expertise in the industry that you serve. Next up, 17% of my income came from cold networking; 13% from letters of introduction; 12% from former jobs. I also analyzed the type of organization I worked for. I want to focus on membership associations, but did my income reflect that? Yes, it did. I'm pleased to say that 77% of my work came from membership associations last year. I also analyzed if what I want to do matches up with the services that bring in the most money. It hasn't always matched up in the past, but I've been more purposeful about going after the work I love—managing editing—versus the work I “like”—copy editing and proofreading. I'm happy to say my numbers in 2021 did match what I had tried to do. 59% of my income came from managing editing work, while 29% came from writing and only 12% came from editing and proofreading. I encourage you to consider time tracking. I consider it a game changer. Analyzing your time tracking at the end of a big project—that you charged a project rate for—can tell you whether you met your secret hourly rate or whether you undercharged. Questions to ask yourself: What services do you love to do? Is that where you're focusing your marketing? How can you take your business in a new direction? What can you improve upon in your business in 2022? What did you learn in 2021? What worked really well for you and your business? What didn't work for you last year? Do you need to drop clients, raise your rates, change your services? And be honest with yourself: Did you do anything last year that you're frustrated by or disappointed by? What do you need to work on personally? Where have you felt stuck in your business? How can you start to make a plan to get unstuck? A solo business retreat in January is a great way to reflect on these questions and work ON your business, setting yourself up for success this year. Biz Bite: Create a Success Jar The Bookshelf: “Miracle Creek” by Angie Kim Resources: Support Deliberate Freelancer at Buy Me a Coffee Subscribe to the Deliberate Freelancer newsletter. 50 Powerful Questions To Help You Reflect Episode #65 of Deliberate Freelancer: The No. 1 Way I Find New Clients Episode #119 of Deliberate Freelancer: Why and How to Pare Down Your Network Episode #113 of Deliberate Freelancer: How to Build Relationships, Not a Network, with Anna Hetzel Episode #3 of Deliberate Freelancer: Host a Solo Business Retreat Episode #42 of Deliberate Freelancer: Tips from My First Solo Business Retreat of 2020 Episode #115 of Deliberate Freelancer: Time Tracking Lessons from Deliberate Freelancer Listeners Episode #86 of Deliberate Freelancer: What I Wish for Your Freelance Business in 2021 Episode #76 of Deliberate Freelancer: Embrace These 7 Core Principles for a Successful Freelance Business Episode #40 of Deliberate Freelancer: Reflect, Analyze and Plan Now for the New Year Episode #26 of Deliberate Freelancer: Delegate, Automate and Terminate to Improve Your Business Episode #23 of Deliberate Freelancer: Five Questions to Evaluate and Diversify Your Services Episode #19 of Deliberate Freelancer: Visualize Your Perfect Work Day—Then Create It
Tout le mois de décembre, à chaque fois qu'un auditeur remportait 50 €, Hit West ajoutait 50 € dans la Cagn'Hotte des Associations !Cette cagnotte s'élève aujourd'hui à 5 000€. Découvrez les 8 associations sélectionnées dans l'ouest pour en bénéficier :)85/ FOREVER FABIEN VENDEE : http://foreverfabien.org/ 53/ PARRAIN PAR MILLE 53 : https://ppm-asso.org/ 44/ RESONANTES (APP'ELLES) : https://app-elles.fr/ 49/ ANGERS SOLIDARFOOD : https://www.solidarifood.org/56/ PIAFS LANGUIDIC : https://www.piafs.org/ 22/ MON BOUDOIR ROSE (22) 35/ CORSAIRE SOLIDAIRE : https://linktr.ee/corsaire_solidaire 29/ INNOVEO : https://www.fonds-innoveo.bzh/
In this episode, I talk about neuro-associations, how our associations with stimulus determine our behavior, and how the stronger our neuro-association is, the more likely we are either going to do something that makes us feel good because we're doing it out of pleasure or we will avoid things that could possibly be good for us because we are avoiding them out of pain. There is a reality that you have to understand and that you are simply having a neuro response to a stimulus. You have to change your state in the way that you are thinking about what is possible. Today, I will give you different examples tied to your understanding that you have a bond biological experience. What excites you? What gets you fired up? Where are you at your best? Where do you feel unstoppable? Just focus, listen and be ready to learn, and I will do my best to bring massive value to your life and your trauma healing journey! Get a Paperback copy of Think Unbroken Understanding and Overcoming Childhood Trauma for FREE at: https://book.thinkunbroken.com/ Learn more about Coaching Program: https://coaching.thinkunbroken.com/ Learn more about at: https://www.thinkunbrokenpodcast.com/
Dans le Petit Journal des Associations, on prend de bonnes résolutions avec le Secours Populaire qui collecte des vêtements et des meubles pour les plus démunis, Janvier Sobre qui nous propose de faire le point sur notre consommation d'alcool et le collectif Lundi Vert qui nous conseille de ne plus manger de viande le lundi.
Happy New Year! Join Louis Mendez, Tom Wallin and Ben Cloke for our first show of 2022 as we look back at the 1-0 home defeat against Wycombe Wanderers. They hear the highlights of the game and also the post-match reaction of boss Johnnie Jackson. They discuss the performance and also hear views from supporters in the fans' bar and those who emailed or tweeted the show. Charlton Live were once again among the nominees for The Football Supporters' Associations' Club Podcast of the Year award – thanks for your support! Our shows are available as podcasts via Acast, iTunes, Deezer and many other platforms. To contact us - email firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet @charltonlive See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Interview with Benjamin Kye Jyn Tan, author of Associations of Hearing Loss and Dual Sensory Loss With Mortality: A Systematic Review, Meta-analysis, and Meta-regression of 26 Observational Studies With 1 213 756 Participants
Interview with Benjamin Kye Jyn Tan, author of Associations of Hearing Loss and Dual Sensory Loss With Mortality: A Systematic Review, Meta-analysis, and Meta-regression of 26 Observational Studies With 1 213 756 Participants
"Le samedi 17 Novembre 2018, je me souviens que c'était le premier jour de manif des Gilets Jaunes" raconte Margot. C'est aussi ce matin là qu'elle sera victime d'un AVC, un accident vasculaire cérébral, à 33 ans. Dans cet épisode, je reçois Margot Turcat. Margot grandit avec sa soeur jumelle, au sein d'une famille qui lui inculque des valeurs tel que le dépassement de soi. Timide et réservée, Margot a néanmoins une forte envie de transmettre et devient alors professeur d'arts plastiques à Bordeaux
PlanningxChange Episode 87, features Steve Oates, the Chief Executive of the Heritage Railway Association (HRA). Formerly a property professional who then spent 20 years in commercial radio, Steve has had an active lifelong interest in heritage and steam railways. From his teenage years, and for more than 40 years, Steve has worked with the award-winning Isle of Wight Steam Railway in a non-executive and voluntary capacity, including ten years chairing its board of directors and trustees. He was appointed as the HRA's first chief executive 4 years ago, moving it from an entirely volunteer-run organisation to its' position as the UK-wide trade association and professional support body for the Heritage Rail sector. From the World's first preserved heritage railway – the Talyllyn in North Wales – to railways operating iconic mainline locomotives such as Flying Scotsman, between them the UK's heritage railways operate steam, diesel and electric traction and range from large standard gauge railways to smaller 12-inch and 15-inch gauge lines. As the sector's trade association, the HRA actively represents, and works to protect and promote, the interests of this wide range of heritage and tourist railways, tramways, cliff railways, related museums, railway preservation groups and associated organisations. The HRA has some 300 member railways, tramways and other organisations located throughout England and the UK. Coming in all shapes and sizes, more than 180 HRA member organisations regularly open to the public, 160 of them operating with passengers. The Associations website is https://www.hra.uk.com Professionally Steve is a chartered surveyor, but has wide commercial experience, having founded and managed three successful commercial radio stations, and headed-up an economic development service for a local authority. Heritage railways attract some 13 million visitors each year; they retain and nurture important skills, and employ some 4,000 people; they are important to local communities, providing interest and participation for 22,000 volunteers; and they are important to the wider economy, annually together contributing approaching £500million of economic impact. The HRA's 2021 annual awards can be viewed either on the HRA website or at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AkwvuCI6wnI Audio production by Jack Bavage. The episode was released on 27 December 2021. PlanningxChange is proud to be part of the Urban Broadcast Collective.
Edafe Onerhime discusses with Ivan six things which should be better known. Edafe Onerhime is a specialist in making an impact with data. Her motto: Data + Design + Culture. She lives in Glasgow with her wife and cat. She works as an Executive Director - Data Architecture Governance Lead at JP Morgan Chase. She believes in opening doors and building longer tables, not walls. She can be found asking questions like: How does data shape and is shaped by our culture and beliefs? How does this affect the data products and technologies that we use every day? Can we decolonise data or is it simply holding up a mirror to our real selves? Africanfuturism https://www.lareviewofbooks.org/article/afrofuturism-africanfuturism-and-the-language-of-black-speculative-literature/ Meaning of names https://www.csescienceeditor.org/article/african-names-guide-editors/ Associations of the colour red https://study.com/academy/lesson/color-meanings-in-different-cultures.html Short hair https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/58psLDd9GGWf5SQKSLmmdjD/why-is-black-hair-so-political Found family https://www.glaad.org/amp/importance-of-found-families-lgbtq-youth Patterns https://medium.com/patterns-matter/why-patterns-matter-e3abc8794465 This podcast is powered by ZenCast.fm
Join Jamie and Maggie Clark with their guest, April Layton, as they talk about the lesser-known history of the date December 25. In this episode, she provides information on the gods and prophets who are also born on the same day as Jesus. April is a researcher for Mindsight Entertainment. For Reunification It is a widespread tradition that Christmas is a celebration of the birth of the savior Jesus Christ, and the holiday is December 25. Yet, the history around why it was decided to put it on that date was not because of the Messiah's actual birthday. In fact, it was the birthday of other gods, and even science proved that Jesus was not born in winter. April explains that the reason for this can be traced back to Constantine's rule during the Holy Roman Empire. At that time, pagan cults fighting each other had been a severe problem, and Constantine was losing taxpayers. So, to unite the empire, he took details from prominent gods and gave them to Jesus. Constantine did this to make the festivities uniform to his constituents regardless of belief, therefore lowering the incidence of internal conflicts. The actual date was traced back to the Persian god, Mithra; the cave where Jesus was born was taken from the Sumerian god, Tammuz; virgin human women impregnated by divine beings are common themes among gods Dionysus, Horus, Krishna, and Attis. Therefore, it is not a surprise that every detail of Jesus was not his own. The holiday that is well-celebrated across the world today was only a ploy for civic and political gain. Knowing the history of traditions gives a better understanding of why it is what it is now. Glorified Paganism It is not just the story, the place, and the date of the birth of Jesus that is attributed to pagan cultures – practices count, too. For starters, April says the tradition of putting up Christmas trees is believed to be of Celtic origin as it is a nature-based religion. Likewise, the burning of the Yule log is a Nordic tradition celebrating the return of the sun during the winter solstice. Additionally, most churches in Europe were built over pagan temples to encourage followers to convert to Christianity. Yet despite these painting Christianity a negative picture for using traditions they supposedly demonized, it is also common among these beliefs the message of moving towards the light. It sets aside the dispute on what is the one true religion that would give all of humanity salvation because no matter the religion, there is one common goal. Embrace good, follow the light, and then one can live an immortal life. About April Layton: April Layton is a researcher at Mindsight Entertainment. Outline of the Episode: [02:04] The debate on Jesus' birthday and how it became December 25 [07:25] Significance of the cave to the nativity story [08:37] Common details between Jesus' birth, life, and death to other gods [14:15] How the transition to Christianity was enforced across the Roman Empire [16:16] Why December 25 out of all the days of the year? [21:25] Associations of Christmas traditions to other beliefs [24:42] Typical celebration of the holiday after Constantine took over [26:40] Potential of gods being extraterrestrials from other worlds or dimensions [29:37] Some element of truth present in these stories Connect with Jamie and Maggie! Website: www.psychicevolution.net JOIN THE EVOLUTION in the Psychic Evolution FREE Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/PsychicEvolution Become an Inner Eye Member: https://psychicevolution.supercast.tech/
Merry Christmas everybody! Join Louis Mendez, Tom Wallin, Nathan Muller, Mark Newbury and Benji Cloke as they celebrate the news that Johnnie Jackson has been made permanent Addicks boss in time for the Charlton Live Christmas Special! They discuss what they hope Jackson will achieve at the club over the next few years, before looking back at the trip to Plymouth and hearing from the manager himself. They then celebrate the festive season with a quiz on the Addicks' campaign so far. Thanks to everyone who has listened throughout 2021 - we look forward to speaking to you again in the new year. Stay safe xxCharlton Live were once again among the nominees for The Football Supporters' Associations' Club Podcast of the Year award – thanks for your support! Our shows are available as podcasts via Acast, iTunes, Deezer and many other platforms. To contact us - email email@example.com or tweet @charltonlive See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On December 9, 2021, Vernon interviews Dr. Caroline Shenaz Hossein, Associate Professor at the University of Toronto Scarborough, and founder of Diverse Solidarity Economies (DiSE) Collective. Dr. Hossein discusses ROSCAS (Rotating Savings & Credit Associations), and her research on alternative solidarity financial systems. Dr. Shenaz Hossein is Associate Professor of Global Development and Political Science at the University of Toronto Scarborough, and founder of Diverse Solidarity Economies (DiSE) Collective, pushing for equitable economies. She holds an Ontario Early Researcher Award (2018-2023) and her project “African origins in the Social Economy” was funded by the SSHRC (2017-2020). Dr. Hossein is an elected board member to the International Association of Feminist Economics, academic advisor at Oxford University Press and an editorial board member to the U.N. Task Force for the Social and Solidarity Economy. Dr. Hossein is the author of Politicized Microfinance (2016), co-author to Critical Introduction to Business and Society (2017) and editor of The Black Social Economy (2018), as well as numerous book chapters and articles, and she has a forthcoming co-edited book Community Economies in the Global South by Oxford University Press.
L'After foot, c'est LE show d'après-match et surtout la référence des fans de football depuis 15 ans ! Les rencontres se prolongent tous les soirs avec Gilbert Brisbois et Nicolas Jamain avec les réactions des joueurs et entraîneurs, les conférences de presse d'après-match et les débats animés entre supporters, experts de l'After et auditeurs. RMC est une radio généraliste, essentiellement axée sur l'actualité et sur l'interactivité avec les auditeurs, dans un format 100% parlé, inédit en France. La grille des programmes de RMC s'articule autour de rendez-vous phares comme Apolline Matin (6h-9h), les Grandes Gueules (9h-12h), Estelle Midi (12h-15h), Super Moscato Show (15h-18h), Rothen s'enflamme (18h-20h), l'After Foot (20h-minuit).
Join Louis Mendez, Tom Wallin and Mark Newbury as they gear up for Saturday's trip to Plymouth. They discuss the rising number of games being called off due to Covid 19 and hear from caretaker boss Johnnie Jackson on the health situation at the club at the moment. They also talk about the fact Jacko is still yet to be confirmed as the full-time boss. They look ahead to the trip to Home Park, hearing the team news from Jackson and also a low down of what's gone wrong for the Pilgrims in recent weeks from Chris Errington of the Plymouth Herald. Finally, they hear post-match reaction from Karen Hills and Ella Rutherford following Charlton Women's 5-0 Conti Cup win at Watford.Charlton Live were once again among the nominees for The Football Supporters' Associations' Club Podcast of the Year award - thank you for your support! Our shows are available as podcasts via Acast, iTunes, Deezer and many other platforms. To contact us - email firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet @charltonlive See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
How can we engage the rhythm of regulation to live longer and healthier? How has our internal response Covid impacted our health? Dr. Stephen Porges joins Adam and Naresh to discuss these issues and how we feel about our body impacts our overall health. Stephen is a Distinguished University Scientist at the Kinsey Institute and professor in the department of psychiatry at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill in North Carolina, and former Director of the Brain-Body Center in the department of psychiatry at the University of Illinois at Chicago; former president of the Society for Psychophysiological Research and has been president of the Federation of Behavioral, Psychological and Cognitive Sciences (now called the Federation of Associations in Behavioral & Brain Sciences bestselling author of The Polyvagal Theory in Therapy: Engaging the Rhythm of Regulation, The Pocket Guide to the Polyvagal Theory: The Transformative Power of Feeling Safe and The Polyvagal Theory: Neurophysiological Foundations of Emotions, Attachment, Communication, and Self-Regulation. Website: www.StephenPorges.com www.Patreon.com/WorkFromHomeShow www.WorkFromHomeShow.com
Miguel and Sonja talk to their daughter Audri about what it was like in their old house, her close group of friends and what she's learned from sports. Website http://www.oppositesattractpod.com Buy Us a Coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/oppositepod Android https://tinyurl.com/enz5h7ff iPhone https://tinyurl.com/s4r7f3 Social Media Links YouTube: https://tinyurl.com/cdmjfx6d Facebook Page: https://tinyurl.com/5y8pkkat Instagram: https://tinyurl.com/3n6p68rv Twitter: https://tinyurl.com/y2v8yrmj Intro: “Find a Way” by Lakey Inspired Outro: “Shoulder Closures” by Gunnar Olsen
Join Louis Mendez, Tom Wallin and Mark Newbury as they look back at the 2-0 home win over Cambridge United. They hear the highlights and post-match reaction from caretaker boss Johnnie Jackson and skipper Jason Pearce. They also hear from fans who were at the game as they discuss the performance, the run the side are on and the busy festive fixture list ahead.Charlton Live were once again among the nominees for The Football Supporters' Associations' Club Podcast of the Year award – thanks for your support! Our shows are available as podcasts via Acast, iTunes, Deezer and many other platforms. To contact us - email email@example.com or tweet @charltonlive See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Join Louis Mendez, Tom Wallin and Nathan Muller as they look back at the fine home win over Ipswich Town and ahead to Saturday's Valley clash with Cambridge United. They hear the goals from the victory over the Tractor Boys and also post-match reaction from caretaker boss Johnnie Jackson and midfielder Alex Gilbey. They also share listeners' views on the game and the fact we're still waiting for Jackson to be give the permanent role. They discuss the cup draw that will see Charlton face Premier League Norwich City in SE7 - and then turn their attention to the home match with Cambridge, hearing the team news from Jackson. Charlton Live were once again among the nominees for The Football Supporters' Associations' Club Podcast of the Year award - thank you for your support! Our shows are available as podcasts via Acast, iTunes, Deezer and many other platforms. To contact us - email firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet @charltonlive See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
durée : 00:58:45 - Les Cours du Collège de France - par : Merryl Moneghetti - A quelles conditions l'entreprise pourrait-elle devenir un foyer de la démocratie? Demande Alain Supiot. Le juriste explique pourquoi il faut "saisir la notion de fait normatif". Il s'attache à la "généalogie institutionnelle de l'entreprise", à partir de Grotius, Leibnitz, Gierke et Proudhon. - invités : Alain Supiot Juriste, docteur honoris causae, professeur émérite au Collège de France
The Labor Link - Tola Moeun, Executive Director of the Center for Alliance of Labor and Human Rights in Cambodia “Talking about the human rights situation in Cambodia, we believe that the democratic shrinking space is the main root cause that is undermining labor rights and human rights.” Tola Moeun About Tola Moeun is a human rights defender and the Executive Director of the Center for Alliance of Labor and Human Rights (CENTRAL), an NGO which supports Cambodian labourers by providing them with legal aid, and other appropriate means, to demand transparent and accountable governance on labour and human rights issues. The Cambodian authorities often use legislation and the judicial system to restrict free speech, jail government critics, and disperse workers, trade union representatives and farmers when engaging in peaceful assembly. The 2015 Law on Associations and Non-Governmental Organizations imposes a range of restrictions on both domestic and foreign NGOs. Despite the danger, Tola continues to fight for labor rights. Learn more about Tola's work: https://www.central-cambodia.org/ https://www.facebook.com/CentralCambodiaOrg https://twitter.com/CentralCambodia About The Labor Link Podcast The Labor Link Podcast supports workers' rights in global supply chains by sharing personal stories and perspectives of the men and women organizing the workers who make our stuff. The Labor Link Podcast is hosted by Judy Gearhart of American University's Accountability Research Center and produced by Empathy Media Lab of the Labor Radio Podcast Network. Contact Judy Gearhart for media inquiries at email@example.com. About the Host of The Labor Link Podcast Judy Gearhart is a senior researcher at the Accountability Research Center and an adjunct professor at Columbia University. Previously she served as the executive director at the International Labor Rights Forum and programs director at Social Accountability International. She also worked in Mexico and Honduras on trade, labor rights, and democratic participation. About the Accountability Research Center The Accountability Research Center (ARC) is based in American University's School of International Service. ARC bridges research and frontline perspectives to learn from ideas, institutions, and actors that advance strategies to improve public accountability. Through extensive dialogue with partners and collaborators, ARC co-designs exploratory research that is relevant for their strategies and can contribute to international thinking about how change happens. #1u #UnionStrong #LaborRadioPod #AccountabilityKeyWord
Le VIH est encore un large tabou en Mauritanie. Des associations communautaires ont alors développé des services adaptés pour trouver les personnes séropositives et les maintenir dans le parcours de soin. Un enjeu important alors que l'épidémie est cachée et concentrée au sein des communautés vulnérables, des homosexuels et des travailleuses du sexe. Des populations discriminées ou criminalisées dans cette république islamique, où seulement 0,3 % de la population générale est infectée par le VIH. Une grande tente traditionnelle a été dressée le temps d'une journée dans le quartier populaire Al Mina. Ici, les habitants attendent avant de se faire dépister du VIH. Aida Mahmoud, 21 ans, a fait un test pour la première fois. Pas encore mariée, elle a des rapports sexuels avec son petit-ami, même si cela est interdit : « J'ai bien compris que pour me prévenir de cette maladie, il faut toujours se protéger que tu sois mariée ou non... on ne sait jamais. Il faut faire le test avant le mariage, et même si tu n'es pas mariée il faut le faire régulièrement chaque mois pour s'assurer de sa santé. Il ne faut pas faire confiance aux autres et il faut se protéger soi-même ». Une campagne de dépistage communautaire Ce jour-là, 270 personnes ont fait le test, selon Mohamed Ali Bilal, vice-président de l'association SOS Pairs éducateurs, à l'initiative de cette campagne de dépistage communautaire : « Ici, c'est une population très vulnérable. Il y a beaucoup de femmes qui se marient plusieurs fois, qui changent de partenaires. La majorité des jeunes ici sont actifs sexuellement. On veut vraiment faire de la sensibilisation sur le VIH et l'importance du dépistage ». L'association a installé des kiosques fixes dans quatre points stratégiques de Nouakchott. En face de la gare routière par exemple, une équipe sensibilise, dépiste et distribue des préservatifs. Leur cible : les clients de prostitution, comme les chauffeurs qui ont des comportements à risque, explique Khalifa Vall, superviseur du kiosque : « Tous les chauffeurs sont là, et on profite de cette occasion pour les sensibiliser. Au début, les gens sont un peu timides parce que le Sida, c'est encore tabou, donc les gens ne viennent pas prendre les préservatifs. Mais maintenant, chaque jour, ils m'en demandent ». La communauté comme accompagnant des personnes touchées Faire de la sensibilisation et dépister est plus facile quand c'est fait par une personne vivant avec le VIH, constate Coumba Sy, cuisinière et séropositive depuis 20 ans : « Depuis que je prends ce médicament, je suis en forme. À chaque fois, je leur donne ce conseil et mon exemple. Je leur dis qu'il faut prendre leurs médicaments et faire comme moi ». Le docteur Mohamed Vall est l'ancien médecin chef du CTA, le centre de traitement ambulatoire où sont prises en charge les personnes vivant avec le VIH : « La communauté est plus engagée que l'État, c'est plus efficace. Même pour les visites à domicile, c'est la communauté qui connaît la cartographie des patients. Pour beaucoup de choses, c'est la communauté. C'est un grand accompagnateur du VIH ». Maintenir les patients dans le soin est un enjeu de taille alors que 60 % des patients séropositifs « sont perdus de vue ».
Two of our largest tertiary institutions have made vaccination mandatory for all their students, staff and visitors after Otago University joined the the University of Auckland in finalising its policy. A host of other universities and polytechnics are still grappling with their regulations but most are expected to follow suit. Student leaders back the mandates but say it's important that online education be made available for the unvaccinated and for others who don't want to be on campus. New Zealand Union of Students' Associations president Andrew Lessells spoke to Susie Ferguson.
Join Louis Mendez, Tom Wallin and Nathan Muller as the trio look back at the 2-0 FA Cup win over Gateshead. They hear the highlights of the game with the National League North side and also the post-match thoughts of caretaker boss Johnnie Jackson. Listeners also send in their views of the performance at the International Stadium. We also hear from u18 boss Hamza Serrar after the 6-0 FA Youth Cup win over Northampton. Finally, we look ahead to Tuesday's home clash with manageress Ipswich Town. Charlton Live were once again among the nominees for The Football Supporters' Associations' Club Podcast of the Year award – thanks for your support! Our shows are available as podcasts via Acast, iTunes, Deezer and many other platforms. To contact us - email firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet @charltonlive See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, AiArthritis CEO - and person living with axial spondyloarthritis - throws a topic on the table that everyone can relate to...ranting. We all experience situations of frustration, when something we believe in, we want to happen, we wish could be different hits the point where we must vent. Sometimes that vent is to ourselves, other times it's public for all to see. We rant for support, to bring change, to be heard, or to get something off our chest. Regardless of the reason, sometimes it's just necessary. Tiffany introduces two issues that are directly related to ranting. The first builds on years of wanting for Patient Organizations to be more accepted and involved at American College of Rheumatology (ACR) annual conventions. Are you affiliated with a Patient Organization - anywhere in the world - part of the rheumatic or musculoskeletal disease community and interested in uniting with other groups so, together, we can work towards more inclusion in future ACR meetings? Then CLICK HERE to sign on. OR, if you are affiliated with a research collaborative group (research institute, databank, government) and would like to sign on to support increased Patient Organization participation in future conferences, you are also invited to sign. SIGNATURES REQUIRED NO LATER THAN DECEMBER 15TH, 2021! A letter just for patients who want to have a voice in future advancement of a Patient Track at future meetings - this will be available in January 2022! Then, Tiffany introduces a new initiative at AiArthritis - Caution: Rant Ahead! Realizing there is no where in our community for people affected with AiArthritis diseases to vent privately, we started a venting platform. Submit your rant, which will not be visible to others outside of our organization. Submit anonymous or leave your name and email, it's up to you. Rants submitted may be discussed on future episodes of this show, on social media, or if enough patients rant about the same issue then maybe even a project! Submit your own rant here: https://www.aiarthritis.org/rant Patient Voices and All Other Stakeholders - Join our AiArthritis Voices Program and Connect to Opportunities to Have Your Voice Counted! If you are a patient, a parent of a juvenile patient, or any other stakeholder (doctor, nurse, researcher, industry representative, or other health services person) - are you ready to join the conversation? It's your turn to pull up a seat. Join our new AiArthritis Voices program, where people living with AiArthritis diseases and other stakeholders who we need 'at the table' to solve problems that impact education, advocacy, and research sign up to have a voice in our initiatives. By signing up, you'll get notified of opportunities to be more involved with this show - including submitting post-episode comments and gaining insider information on future show topics. Patients and all other stakeholders are encouraged to join so we can match you with opportunities to pull up a seat and TOGETHER - as equals - solve the problems of today and tomorrow. JOIN TODAY! AiArthritis Voices 360 is produced by the International Foundation for Autoimmune and Autoinflammatory Arthritis. Visit us on the web at www.aiarthritis.org/talkshow. Find us on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, or Facebook (@ifAiArthritis) or email us (email@example.com). Episode 68: RANT AHEAD! Together We Cannot Fail 00:52 - Tiffany welcomes listeners. 01:06 - Tiffany is the CEO of AiArthritis and a patient living with non-radiographic axial spondyloarthritis. 05:28 - One of the programs we have at AiArthritis is “Go With Us to Conferences” which is an initiative to bring patients with us to the two major scientific conferences we attend every year: ACR (American College of Rheumatology Annual Conference) and EULAR (European Alliance of Associations for Rheumatology). 07:20 - This year when Tiffany registered the team attending for 2021, she was annoyed that there was no pass option for Patient Organizations. 09:28 - AiArthritis did not want to attend as sponsors of a booth as we have in past years because our team cannot attend the sessions if they are working a booth. 12:10 - ACR offered passes only for individual rheumatology professionals and members of the press. 14:08 - ACR has an extensive list of individuals who should be members, but patients, patient representatives, and patient organizations are not included on the list. 15:09 - Tiffany made a post on Facebook about her frustrations that patient organizations are excluded from the ACR Annual Conference and Membership. 15:23 - The post received a lot of attention from other patient organizations and patient advocates who have also experienced feeling unwelcome by the ACR. 15:44 - The ACR contacted Tiffany and scheduled a meeting to discuss her concerns. 17:00 - ACR has agreed to include patient representatives and patient organizations in membership and registration options moving forward. 19:52 - There is an open letter other patient organizations can sign on or before December 15, 2021. 21:18 - A letter for patient representatives will be available in January of 2022. 21:34 - You can find all the sign-on letters at aiarthritis.org/ACR 21:43 - This experience led to the realization that patients need a place to rant about issues they are facing in the AiArthritis community. 22:18 - AiArthritis is adding a button on our website that patients can use to rant or vent privately about problems they are having without judgement. 22:37 - Topics that receive the most traffic via this button will become show topics and organizational initiatives. 23:11 - This feature can also be found at aiarthritis.org/rant. 23:27 - Find us on the web at aiarthritis.org or @IFAiArthritis on all social media platforms. 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Rennie Curran is a keynote speaker, leadership coach, author and former award-winning NFL Linebacker. He delivers powerful keynote presentations, workshops, and one on one coaching on topics such as leadership, teamwork, overcoming adversity, and high performance. His clients include Chick-Fil-A, Coca-Cola, Suntrust, Equitable, University of Georgia, Associations, Sports Teams, and many more. Rennie's talks are engaging, humorous, and full of practical takeaways. All of his keynotes and workshops are customized to meet the goals of each organization. Rennie's unique combination of leadership experiences with the National Football League, The Jon Gordon Companies, and building his own company translates to powerful and practical coaching, training, and speaking services for his clients. Whether you're a student, athlete, or business professional Rennie's mission is to help you reach your fullest potential.
The first work stoppage in 26 years has come for MLB and while the Commissioner of Baseball thinks the Player's Associations vision for baseball would impact the competitive nature of the game. Host of Locked On Rockies Paul Holden argues that the current state of baseball and mindset of owners like Dick Monfort already causes issues for the competitiveness of the game. Follow the show on Twitter @LORockies and the host Paul Holden @PaulHolden33. Don't forget to subscribe to the YouTube channel as well! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Join Louis Mendez, Tom Wallin and Nathan Muller as they gear up for the trip to Gateshead in the second round of the FA Cup. They hear from caretaker boss Johnnie Jackson ahead of the trip to the north east and discuss what sort of team they'd like the Addicks to put out for the clash with the non-leaguers. They look back at the win over Aston Villa u21s in the EFL Trophy and also share views from listeners who have emailed the show. Finally, David from the Heed Army podcast tells us what the game means for the National League North side and their supporters. Charlton Live were once again among the nominees for The Football Supporters' Associations' Club Podcast of the Year award - thank you for your support! Our shows are available as podcasts via Acast, iTunes, Deezer and many other platforms. To contact us - email firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet @charltonlive See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The recent report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) laid out our current global situation in stark relief and as United Nations General-Secretary António Guterres declared it is "Code Red" for humanity. We are now past midnight and if the most recent Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow is any indicator, we are justified in saying our governments have failed us and we have to assume that we are now on our own. It is now too late for sustainability, and regeneration of our economic, social and environmental systems to attempt to preserve as much life as possible is our one and only priority. Join us for an update on the current state of the climate, and a deep exploration of the topic of Transformative Adaptation which is our last and best hope to cope with what is breaking upon our world. Associations are needed more than ever to use their capacity to step into the void of leadership and we will have practical suggestions on how you can motivate yourselves, your members and their workforces to push the needle on the adaptation we need now. Guests: Rupert Read is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, UK, a campaigner for the Green Party of England and Wales, former spokesperson for Extinction Rebellion and co-founder of the Green Activists Network, GreensCAN. He is the author of various books, including Parents for a Future - How loving our children can prevent climate collapse. Shelly Alcorn is a Principal in Alcorn Associates Management Consulting and specializes in strategy and governance for the association community. She is a frequent keynote speaker focusing on critical issues faced by organizations and society at large. Her main interests have been how to be more human in an increasingly machine-driven world and what impacts the rise of artificial intelligence will have on the workplace of the future. She is now laser-focused on our global climate emergency and the role associations need to play in the face of the sixth mass extinction. Find her on Twitter @shellyalcorn.
Learn about why having a “drink to cope” doesn't work; why human brains shrunk 3,000 years ago; and high heel history. Having a "drink to cope" doesn't actually work, and can even make you feel worse by Steffie Drucker One year on: Unhealthy weight gains, increased drinking reported by Americans coping with pandemic stress. (2021, March 11). One year on: Unhealthy weight gains, increased drinking reported by Americans coping with pandemic stress. Https://Www.apa.org. https://www.apa.org/news/press/releases/2021/03/one-year-pandemic-stress “Drinking To Cope” Doesn't Work, Even When We Believe That It Does. (2021, October 20). Research Digest. https://digest.bps.org.uk/2021/10/20/drinking-to-cope-doesnt-work-even-when-we-believe-that-it-does/ Wycoff, A. M., Carpenter, R. W., Hepp, J., Piasecki, T. M., & Trull, T. J. (2021). Real-time reports of drinking to cope: Associations with subjective relief from alcohol and changes in negative affect. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 130(6), 641–650. https://doi.org/10.1037/abn0000684 Human brains shrunk 3,000 years ago, and it may be due to the rise of collective intelligence by Grant Currin When and why did human brains decrease in size 3,000 years ago? New study may have found clues within ants. (2021, October 22). EurekAlert! https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/932004 DeSilva, J. M., Traniello, J. F. A., Claxton, A. G., & Fannin, L. D. (2021). When and Why Did Human Brains Decrease in Size? A New Change-Point Analysis and Insights From Brain Evolution in Ants. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 9. https://doi.org/10.3389/fevo.2021.742639 High Heels Were Originally Meant for Men by Reuben Westmaas originally published July 9, 2018 https://omny.fm/shows/curiosity-daily/high-heels-were-originally-meant-for-men-persuasiv Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to learn something new every day withCody Gough andAshley Hamer. Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Irritability, sleeplessness, muscle tension and fatigue are all potentially caused by too much noise. Was Schopenhauer right when he called noise the "most impertinent of interruptions"? This week, we discuss the issue of noise pollution... ...as quietly as we can. The European Environment Agency estimates there are 10,000 premature deaths from noise exposure each year. So why are our cities noisier than ever and what can we do about it? We debate whether susceptibility to noise correlates with age, explore the idea of information overload and ask why we get drawn into the promise of stimulation even when it may be causing us harm. Finally, we share strategies for counteracting and coping with the noisy world around us. A few things we mentioned in this podcast: - Cities are reportedly noisier than ever https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2019/apr/25/cities-are-louder-than-ever-and-its-the-poor-who-suffer-most - European Environment Agency report: Noise in Europe 2014 https://www.eea.europa.eu/publications/noise-in-europe-2014 - Associations between screen time and lower psychological well-being among children and adolescents https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6214874/ - Shift Blog: How to avoid notification overload https://tryshift.com/blog/tips-tricks/how-to-avoid-notification-overload/ - Noise: How to overcome the high, hidden cost of inconsistent decision making https://hbr.org/2016/10/noise - Paris bids to turn volume down in ‘City of Noise' https://www.thelocal.fr/20150311/officials-to-turn-down-the-volume-on-paris/ - Decibel Hell: The effects of living in a noisy world https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1253729/ For more information on Aleph Insights visit our website https://alephinsights.com or to get in touch about our podcast email email@example.com
TWO GREAT ASSOCIATIONS MERGE TO DEFEND PUBLIC EDUCATION The National Superintendents Roundtable is joining with The Schlechty Center to work together helping Superintendents around the country do their important leadership work in very stressful times. Jim Harvey of NSR and Steve McCammon of Schlechty are my guests FOR MORE ON EQUITY VISIT ACE-ED.ORG. FOR MORE ON SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING, VISIT SELTODAY.ORG Did you know you can subscribe to Education Talk Radio on Apple Podcasts? Find us on your device & add us to your library of shows! https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/id403710198
As scientists scramble to understand the new Covid variant, Omicron and G7 health ministers gather for an emergency meeting, global stock markets are set for a volatile start to the week. We speak to Thomas Cueni, the Director General of International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations and the economist Michael Hughes. Plus, OPEC and other producers, including Russia, will meet later this week. After a plunge in global oil prices last Friday, will they still agree to increase production? Richard Bronze, senior analyst at Energy Aspects, gives us the latest analysis. And the transition to green energy economies means a large rampart in various metals and minerals, like Copper, Cobalt and Lithium. Can this massive future demand be met in an environmental sustainable way that doesn't damage human rights and benefits the communities where the mining happens? Tamasin Ford speaks to several figures in the mining world, from Emmanuel Umpula of the Congo-based NGO African Resources Watch to the boss of one of the world's largest mining companies, Mark Cutifani, the chief executive of Anglo American.
On the Wednesday roundtable with Rob Pizzo of CBC Sports and Jesse Granger and Sara Civian from the Athletic, we discuss the NHL players Associations desire to tighten COVID-19 protocols in Vegas during all-star weekend, ahead of many of the all-star players then moving on to Beijing to compete in the Winter Olympics. Our panel also discusses the Islanders struggles on the ice and in the medical room, plus the unstoppable Carolina Hurricanes, and if Connor McDavid can begin another lengthy point streak, with his 17 game streak being snapped Monday night vs Dallas. Dom Luszczyszyn - our analytics expert at the Athletic stops by to discuss NHL third jerseys, gambling and his awesome 'What If' column, answering hypothetical things that will never happen in the NHL. This week in our twitter segment, we offer our analysis on Team USA and Team Canada's Olympic jerseys and who we think the next head coach will be to lose his job, in the NHL.
Friend of the podcast, Glenn Healy, joins us for todays episode. A day after Remembrance Day, we take the opportunity to pay our respect to our Nations veterans and dedicate some time discussing the importance of November 11th in Canada. Glenn takes us all over the map on todays episode as we get some of his old stories from his time working in TV as Bob and Glenn compete to see who can drop the biggest name. We end the podcast by discussing Glenn's involvement in the Players Association and his reaction to the Associations response to the Kyle Beach Investigation.
Hosts Fran Chismar and Tom Knezick are back with a brand new episode of The Buzz. There's a new round of "That's Hot" and "This or That" this episode. Tom is getting quite the reputation in the avian lover actor's guild and Fran urges the listeners to become active in their favorite organizations. Fran and Tom pick their favorite Sol entries before posting in the Facebook Group. Music by RJ Comer. Have a question or a comment? Call (215) 346-6189. Want links from this podcast? Visit www.nativeplantshealthyplanet.com Buy a T-shirt, spread the message, and do some good. Visit https://native-plants-healthy-planet-2.creator-spring.com/
The speaking business isn't always easy to break into, but with some planning and a solid strategy, it's possible to create a fantastic business. Our guest today began by approaching Associations and working his way up through the ranks to build the speaking business of his dreams. On this episode of The Wealthy Speaker Show, we welcome Frank Kitchen to share his recipe for booking keynote speeches with associations. If you would like some great ideas about how to get booked with associations, you simply can't afford to miss this episode. For access to FULL SHOW NOTES including video and links, visit https://www.speakerlauncher.com/category/podcasts/
Stephen W. Porges, Ph.D. is Distinguished University Scientist at Indiana University where he is the founding director of the Traumatic Stress Research Consortium in the Kinsey Institute. He is Professor of Psychiatry at the University of North Carolina, and Professor Emeritus at both the University of Illinois at Chicago and the University of Maryland. He served as president of the Society for Psychophysiological Research and the Federation of Associations in Behavioral & Brain Sciences and is a former recipient of a National Institute of Mental Health Research Scientist Development Award. He has published more than 350 peer reviewed scientific papers across several disciplines including anesthesiology, biomedical engineering, critical care medicine, ergonomics, exercise physiology, gerontology, neurology, neuroscience, obstetrics, pediatrics, psychiatry, psychology, psychometrics, space medicine, and substance abuse. His research has been cited in more than 40,000 peer review publications. He holds several patents involved in monitoring and regulating autonomic state and originated the Polyvagal Theory, which emphasizes the importance of physiological state in the expression of behavioral, mental, and health problems related to traumatic experiences. He is the creator of a music-based intervention, the Safe and Sound Protocol ™ , which currently is used by more than 2000 therapists to improve spontaneous social engagement, to reduce hearing sensitivities, and to improve language processing, state regulation, and spontaneous social engagement. He is the author of The Polyvagal Theory: Neurophysiological foundations of Emotions, Attachment, Communication, and Self-Regulation, The Pocket Guide to the Polyvagal Theory: The Transformative Power of Feeling Safe, and Polyvagal Safety, as well as co-editor of Clinical Applications of the Polyvagal Theory: The Emergence of Polyvagal-Informed Therapies. Sign up for 10% off of Shrink Rap Radio CE credits at the Zur Institute
What's the history of associations and powerful internal groups in American life? On this episode of Now & Then, “Associations: From the Masons to the Mob,” Heather Cox Richardson and Joanne Freeman discuss the popularity of the Freemasons and other secret clubs among the early national elite, the growth of political machines like Tammany Hall during the 1800s, and the development of organized crime during Prohibition. Then, Elie Honig, the host of Up Against the Mob and a former mafia prosecutor, joins Heather and Joanne to discuss the origins and goals of the controversial Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act, which Congress passed in 1970 to go after nefarious associations. When do associations promote democracy? When do they become problematic? And how should law enforcement guard against dangerous associations? Listen to all six episodes of CAFE's Up Against the Mob podcast, hosted by Elie Honig: cafe.com/up-against-the-mob Sign up for the CAFE Brief to receive the weekly Note from Elie and a slate of articles: cafe.com/brief Join CAFE Insider to listen to “Backstage,” where Heather and Joanne chat each week about the anecdotes and ideas that formed the episode. And for a limited time, use the code HISTORY for 50% off the annual membership price. Head to: cafe.com/history. For references & supplemental materials, head to: cafe.com/now-and-then/associations-from-the-masons-to-the-mob Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices