Join Dr. Kiltz and special Guest Robyn Herron for a unique perspective on finding the right “diet” for you, no matter your race, color, size, or background. Robyn was overweight and borderline obese most of her life. She tried too many diets to name and never got the results she hoped for. If she would lose weight, it would rebound and come right back when she stabilized her way of eating. In the early 2000's she tried the Atkins diet, causing her to realize that eating 20 grams of carbs or less was the answer. Like many, she started reclimbing the Carb ladder and gained all the weight back. About 5 years ago she restarted Keto and saw great progress. Again, 2 years ago she craved "a little sweet corn" and the carb cravings came straight back. She started her Carnivore Journey on February 22, 2023. Since then, she has found food freedom and eliminated her carb cravings. She is also experiencing what she describes as "incredible health and healing" in her body. She has noticed a reduction in eczema, a reduction in inflammation, NO SEASONAL ALLERGIES, and an overall sense of well-being. Now Robyn looks to share the carnivore way of life with the whole world (particularly the African American community). The Proper Human Diet. In this episode you will discover: Yo-yo dieting and finding what works Health changes from going carnivore The Carnivore diet and People of Color Tips for getting enough fat Thoughts on improving one's overall life Connect with Robyn: Instagram YouTube Connect more with Dr. Kiltz: Website Kiltz Mighty Tribe - Free membership and 30-Day Course Doctor Kiltz Nutritional Solutions Instagram Tiktok Facebook Amazon
No one wants to spend the holidays feeling isolated or left out, but the reality for parents of medically complex/disabled children is that we sometimes have to skip events and gatherings for the safety of our kids. On top of that, we’re the ones stuck making the decision whether to stay home or go out, requesting accommodations and assurances to protect our kids, and trying to decipher if we’re “overreacting” out of anxiety or just being reasonably careful. In today’s episode, Amanda Griffith-Atkins and I discuss how to manage and interpret anxious feelings you might be having around the decision to attend a holiday gathering and how to set realistic parameters to help you make that decision. We also share listener feedback and suggestions about how other parents made their decisions and how to approach uncomfortable conversations you might run into when declining invitations to holiday events. We’re here to validate whatever decision you make for your family because we know how fraught the process can be, but also how frightening it is to feel like you might put your child in a risky health situation. Whatever you choose, we want to help you do it without guilt and with as little anxiety as possible. Thank you to all the parents who shared their experiences about making these decisions! You all make this podcast possible! Links: Listen to Amanda’s other episodes on The Rare Life: Ep 135: How Our Careers are Affected, Ep 132: Self-Care, Ep 131: Chronic Stress, Ep 130: Anticipatory Grief, Ep 99: Family Planning, Ep 85: Disability Identity, & Ep 81: Health Anxiety. Get a copy of Brené Brown’s book “The Gifts of Imperfection.” Follow Amanda Griffith-Atkins on Instagram @amanda.griffith.atkins! Follow us on Instagram @the_rare_life! Donate to the podcast or Contact me about sponsoring an episode. Fill out our contact form to get a reminder about upcoming discussion meetings and the Skype link to join! Access the transcript on the website here. And if you love this podcast, please leave us a rating or review in your favorite podcast app!
Scott Atikins is a producer best known for his work with Cradle Of Filth and Sylosis. Chapters: 00:02:17 - Starting a Career In Mobile Recording 00:04:30 - Support and Mentorship in the Music Industry 00:11:30 - Balancing Workload and Work-life Balance 00:15:49 - Managing Band Expectations 00:18:08 - The Importance of Structuring Your Day 00:22:41 - The Challenges of Recording in the Studio 00:29:24 - Providing Fresh Perspective on Songwriting 00:38:34 - Challenges of a Geographically-dispersed Band 00:43:11 - The Challenges of Starting a Studio in LA 00:49:49 - The Signature Sound of Cradle of Filth 00:56:29 - Overcoming the Need for Routine 01:01:02 - The Gift of Genuine Talent 01:03:09 - Encouraging the Type of Person Who Pursues Music 01:07:29 - Josh Middleton's Success in Architects And Sylosis NAIL THE MIX is an online mixing school created by Joey Sturgis, Joel Wanasek and Eyal Levi - the guys who produced bands like TDWP, Chelsea Grin, Blessthefall, Machine Head, Monuments, Miss May I, Of Mice & Men, Reflections, Born Of Osiris, Asking Alexandria and dozens more of this generation's best metal bands. Every month, NAIL THE MIX members get exclusive access to the REAL MULTI-TRACK SESSIONS from a REAL ALBUM, and a 6-8 hour live streaming class from the producer who mixed it. These are the actual sessions by bands like Gojira, Meshuggah, Periphery, Opeth, Fall Out Boy, Bring Me The Horizon, A Day To Remember and more - and NTM is the only place in the world you'll get access to them!
I'm joined by filmmaker HARRISON ATKINS (Lace Crater, Easy, Emily the Criminal) to break down the 2019 Harmony Korine film THE BEACH BUM! We get into Peeparazzi, compare the diy scenes across the country, and Harrison reveals the sacred triad of daily rituals he does to maintain peak mental and physical form. This ep was recorded over a year ago, BEFORE Snoop denounced smoke, so don't @ me about why we didn't mention that! After dark, we get into Triangle of Sadness, Involuntary, Tar, The Staircase, Mare of Easttown, Watcher, John in the Hole, Here We Have Idaho, Beautiful Losers, and Broker. Watch Fishfucker here: https://vimeo.com/27893982 Find Harrison online at www.harrisonatkins.com or follow him on instagram at www.instagram.com/hhharkrr to keep up with his work. You can follow the pod on instagram and everywhere else @screenvomit, or check my links here: http://linktr.ee/screenvomit Thanks for listening!
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Cathy Atkins has consulted with and trained individuals and businesses of all sizes, local and nationally. She is a featured speaker and writer for numerous corporations, trade associations, blogs, and business journals, and manages Inbound Marketing with a local ad agency, fuze32 Marketing - a division of Zimmer Communications. Cathy served as a lay speaker for the United Methodist Church for over 20 years when she felt the call of God on her life to take a more specific role in ministry. In a leap of faith, she now serves bi-vocationally as an ordained pastor for a non-denominational church in Ashland, MO, where she leads with her husband Aaron, an ordained elder. Cathy and Aaron have been married for over 30 years and have two amazing young adult daughters, plus an Australian Shepherd and an Aussie-doodle who are smarter than they are. We invite you to kick back, relax, and listen in on a conversation between friends! #livesimplylovemuch
When you have a child with a disability or other medical complexity, the holidays can feel like a minefield, as trauma triggers, anxiety, and grief for what we wish the holidays could have been for our families lurk around every corner. And on top of that, having to manage schedules, special diets, gift expectations, and uncomfortable commentary from friends and family can be emotionally and physically draining. The season often leaves parents of disabled children feeling left out, over-worked –and occasionally– like the celebrations might just be more trouble than they're worth. In today's episode, Amanda Griffith-Atkins and I discuss listener feedback and contributions about how complicated the holiday season feels for parents of disabled children, suggestions for how to make the holiday season feel just a little bit more manageable, and how adjusting our expectations has made a big difference for each of our families.
It's Thanksgiving week and for a Texas HS football team having to practice on Thanksgiving Day means success! Playoffs bring out the best in teams and that was evident this past weekend in the Area Round match ups that were full of overtime battles! This week Host Taylor Arenz talks to six players who helped their teams get to that Thanksgiving Day practice! Demetrius Brisbon Jr, Chapel Hill Bulldogs, QBZiondre Williams, Anna Coyotes, QBNico Hamilton, Lake Travis Cavaliers, RBMicah Ellis, Allen Eagles, RBJack Kayser, Westlake Chaparrals, RB Taji Atkins, Westfield Mustangs, RB
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GET MY FREE INSTANT POT COOKBOOK: https://www.chefaj.com/instant-pot-download ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ MY LATEST BESTSELLING BOOK: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1570674086?tag=onamzchefajsh-20&linkCode=ssc&creativeASIN=1570674086&asc_item-id=amzn1.ideas.1GNPDCAG4A86S ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Disclaimer: This podcast does not provide medical advice. The content of this podcast is provided for informational or educational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for informed medical advice or care. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat any health issue without consulting your doctor. Always seek medical advice before making any lifestyle changes. Plant Powered Healing: Real Life Success Stories Dr. Elise Atkins is triple board certified in Family Medicine, Lifestyle Medicine and Obesity Medicine. Her greatest joy is using her knowledge and passion to help people live their healthiest lives. Since discovering the magic of whole food plant-based nutrition in 2018, she and her husband transitioned their diet almost overnight, and haven't looked back since. Seeing their own medical issues resolve empowered Dr. Elise to delve further into learning about and practicing lifestyle medicine with her patients. Soon, she found her colleagues entrusting her with consultations for their patients who were ready to change their lives and supercharge their health. Earlier this year, Dr. Elise founded Coastal Vitality MD, https://coastalvitalitymd.com/, a specialty medical practice focused on helping people lose excess weight, prevent and reverse chronic disease, and promote health and longevity. For each client, she customizes a set of powerful lifestyle tools -- whole food plant-based nutrition, with attention to physical activity, refreshing sleep, stress management, positive relationships and substance avoidance -- with an option for weight loss medication when appropriate, to help them achieve their health goals. Whether you dream of wearing that cute pre-pandemic clothing hanging in the back of your closet, getting off your medications, or simply living a long life filled with activities and people you love, Dr. Elise is dedicated to your success. Get free monthly Health Tips here: https://coastalvitalitymd.com/health-tips/ Get inspired by Success Stories here: https://coastalvitalitymd.com/success-stories/ Start living your own healthiest life by scheduling a free Introductory Consultation here (for California and Connecticut residents only): https://coastalvitalitymd.com/book-consultation/
It's YOUR time to #EdUp In this episode, President Series #244 YOUR guest is Professor Dame Madeleine Atkins, President, Lucy Cavendish College, University of Cambridge YOUR guest cohost is Nuno Fernandes, President of American Public University System YOUR host is Dr. Joe Sallustio YOUR sponsors are The Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) & InsightsEDU What can the US learn from a UK institute about transforming higher ed for the 21st century? How is a college president in the UK advancing access & preparing students for the workforce? What does Madeleine see as the future of Higher Education? Listen in to #EdUp! Thank YOU so much for tuning in. Join us on the next episode for YOUR time to EdUp! Connect with YOUR EdUp Team - Elvin Freytes & Dr. Joe Sallustio ● Join YOUR EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! We make education YOUR business! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/edup/message
In this Inspiration Loves Company episode, we welcome Damien Atkins, Chief Legal Officer and General Counsel of Aura and host of The Purposeful Leader podcast. Damien shares stories of purposeful leaders that have inspired him. He also explores what qualities are central to leading with purpose. Join us to learn how to bring more meaning and impact to the roles that you play and the relationships that you cultivate.
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Communicating what we want to say for maximum impact is far from easy. It's also not something many people work on. But Ros Atkins, creator of the hugely successful viral BBC videos 'Ros Atkins on...' is truly a master of the craft, and in this episode he shares some of the key techniques and outlooks that make him stand out. Ros has identified the ten elements of what makes a good explanation as well as the seven steps you need to take to communicate what you want to say with clarity and impact, and we dissect them in this conversation.Ros has written an outstanding new book, called The Art of Explanation: How to Communicate with Clarity and Confidence – which is highly recommended for anyone wanting to sharpen up their communication skills in any area of life and learn from the best in the business.Ros has hosted coverage of many major stories around the world for BBC News, including the death of Nelson Mandela, Barack Obama's first election victory and inauguration as well as the football World Cups in Germany and South Africa. He created and hosted Outside Source live from the BBC newsroom, covering all the biggest international stories in a highly original and innovative way. He is now the BBC's Analysis Editor, and continues to make his outstanding viral videos for the BBC.His book is here: https://geni.us/TAOEBOOKHe is @BBCRosAtkins on twitterMy YouTube: https://tinyurl.com/YouTubeSimonMundieInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/simonmundie/Sign up to my newsletter: simonmundie.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
After edging a 10-6 win over the New England Patriots in Frankfurt, the Indianapolis Colts are now sitting at 5-5. Joining Shane in the media area after the game was James Boyd, Colts writer with the Athletic, and Nate Atkins, Colts beat reporter with IndyStar, to discuss how they won the game, and whether a playoff run is expected. You can follow the writers on X @RomeovilleKid and @NateAtkins_
The nation's 'Explainer-in-Chief' BBC presenter and journalist Ros Atkins joins the AdTalk Podcast for a discussion about his career, new book 'The Art of Explanation', and what the advertising industry can learn about communicating in a clear, concise, and consumable way.
It's often said that the real experts are the ones that can make the complex easy to understand, and Ros Atkins is an expert on making things easy to understand … so I guess that would make him the expert's expert! As a journalist, and BBC News' Analysis Editor, Ros Atkins has presented and reported on the biggest stories around the world for twenty years . He's also the creator of the critically acclaimed 'Ros Atkins on...' video series, which has become a phenomenon, garnering millions of views. His ability to explain complex stories in a clear, concise and consumable way has led to him being dubbed the nation's 'Explainer-in-Chief'. On this show he is sharing his stories from the front lines of news reporting, the mistakes he made, and how he discovered the secret to the art of explanation. You'll also get some fantastic tips that will improve your communication generally, and will power up your content and delivery. Enjoy! What you'll discover: The mission Ros is trying to accomplish with his book ‘The Art of Explanation' Why we shouldn't give up when something seems complicated to explain and what to do instead. What music can teach us about communication. The huge lesson that Ros learned from another reporter that uplevelled his communication. Tips for using visuals with your talks so that they are adding rather than taking away from the message. Some techniques for improving clarity and conciseness in your message. A journalist's view on how to use stories in the best way. What ‘back annos' are and why they are a valuable tool for speakers. All things Ros: https://geni.us/TAOEBOOK https://twitter.com/bbcrosatkins https://twitter.com/bbcrosatkins Books & Resources*: What is history by E.H. Carr Resources: Turn Your Book into a Profitable Talk - PDF Breakthrough Guide Get a Powerful Talk Structure - Join the Masterclass Want to get better at finding and sharing your stories then check out our FREE Five Day Snackable Story Challenge Practice your speaking & test your content in a safe space in The Speaking Club ‘Live' Membership Want to create a signature talk that sells, then check out our Nail Your Signature Talk in 60 Days programme. Want to find out about working with me 121 then book a call here. https://www.saraharcher.co.uk Thanks for listening! To share your thoughts: Share this show on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn. To help the show out: Leave an honest review at https://www.ratethispodcast.com/tsc Your ratings and reviews really help get the word out and I read each one Subscribe on iTunes. *(please note if you use my link I get a small commission, but this does not affect your payment)
What happens if we go first? Who will love our child and protect them the way that we do? Society has a view of how the parent-child trajectory goes, and the situation with our medically complex and rare kids feels so backwards, so where can we turn to find resources to set up our children and keep them safe when we’re gone? In this episode, Amanda Griffith-Atkins and I tackle this tough reality. We share notes from this community from all the feelings that come up around leaving our child alone in this world to the many questions we have about planning for their care once we’re gone. We don’t have all the answers, but we do try to leave you with a few hopeful thoughts by the end of this episode. And if nothing else, you can know that you are not alone in your fears and uncertainty. Links: Listen to Ep 99: Family Planning with Amanda-Griffith Atkins. Listen to Ep 132: Self-Care with Amanda-Griffith Atkins. Listen to Amanda’s other episodes on The Rare Life: Ep 135: How Our Careers are Affected, Ep 131: Chronic Stress, Ep 130: Anticipatory Grief, Ep 85: Disability Identity, & Ep 81: Health Anxiety. Use my mejo to have a record of all of our child’s medical records and documents in one place. Use this free Medical Summary Sheet to give other caregivers a quick overview of your child’s health updates. Follow Amanda Griffith-Atkins on Instagram @amanda.griffith.atkins! Follow us on Instagram @the_rare_life! Donate to the podcast or Contact me about sponsoring an episode. Fill out our contact form to get a reminder about upcoming discussion meetings and the Skype link to join! Access the transcript on the website here. And if you love this podcast, please leave us a rating or review in your favorite podcast app!
The BBC's Ros Atkins regularly goes viral for his news explainers. In our latest episode, he joins Ros Taylor to discuss the art of communication in a changing media environment. Whether you're talking about a complex political issue, or an email to your boss, it's vital to be able to communicate effectively and clearly. Where do we begin, are there systems to use in constructing our explanations and what makes an explanation effective? Atkins reveals all in his new book The Art of Explanation. "Two things I ask when building a video: what's essential and what's interesting?” – Ros Atkins "You just can't do quality analysis without proper understanding of the whole story.” – Ros Atkins Art of Explanation by Ros Atkins: https://geni.us/TAOEBOOK Written and presented by Ros Taylor. Audio production: Alex Rees. Production: Liam Tait and Adam Wright. Managing Editor: Jacob Jarvis. Group Editor: Andrew Harrison. THE BUNKER is a Podmasters Production. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
(00:00-23:43) – Query & Company opens on a Wednesday with Jake Query, Jimmy Cook, and producer Eddie Garrison discussing the week-long vacation that he went on. Jake tells some stories where he got in trouble for recording something, an issue he had when he took the rental car back, and recaps his experience at the Anne Frank house. (23:43-44:11) – The Athletic's Mike Vorkunov joins Query & Company to highlight the news last week regarding the future of NBA franchises broadcast rights with Bally Sports/Diamond Sports Group after this season, what kind of market he expects for Buddy Hield if the Pacers were to make him available via trade, how he's gauging the start of the in-season tournament, if he thinks there's a rival team out there that would have interest in Daniel Theis after his successful FIBA tournament run, and shares some expectations for the All-Star game with it being 100 days away. (44:11-44:44) – Hour one concludes with Jake giving away a pair of tickets for a listener to go see Creed! (44:44-1:09:35) – Nate Atkins from the Indianapolis Star joins the program and receives traveling advice from Jake with him flying to Germany. He tried to predict what kind of defensive scheme he expects from Bill Belichick, to limit the Colts running game, how involved he expects Zack Moss to be within the offense moving forward, who he would expect to step up if Josh Downs can't suit up on Sunday morning, and if it's normal for all players, coaches, and practice squad members to travel with the team. (1:09:35-1:20:39) – Before Jake and Jimmy started talking with Nate Atkins, he provided some gifts from his trip to Jimmy and Eddie. He hands them the second part of their gifts and then shares some more stories from his trip to Europe. (1:20:39-1:27:02) – The one o'clock hour concludes with Jake and Jimmy discussing if there has been less hype around signing day for college basketball today compared to previous years. Additionally, they highlight the news of Butler AD Barry Collier announcing his retirement with Jake providing an explanation as to whom he thinks will be replacing him. (1:27:02-1:47:32) – The final hour of the program with Jake, Jimmy, and Eddie starts with the guys discussing the Manningcast with the numbers down from previous years. Jake asks the other two if they watch the Manningcast and if they would watch during their favorite teams playing. Additionally, they touch on the ratings of the World Series between the Rangers/Diamondbacks. (1:47:32-2:03:19) –Former Purdue Boilermaker and current BTN Analyst Rapheal Davis joins Query & Company with Jake and Jimmy to share his assessment on the Hoosiers pulling out the win over Florida Gulf Coast last night, how important it is for a team to have a player like Gabe Cupps, what his biggest concern is with Purdue and IU, and why he thinks national signing day for college recruits is losing steam. (2:03:19-2:06:19) – Today's show ends with Jimmy sharing the JCook Plays of the Day (which features bets for tonight's Pacers-Jazz game. Plus, JMV stops by for a chat with Jake and Jimmy.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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If you haven't heard about the massive news that is the NAR lawsuit, then you need to check it out. Today we are talking about the massive opportunity this is bringing.ResourceReal Estate Marketing DudeThe Listing Advocate (Earn more listings!)REMD on YouTubeREMD on InstagramTranscript:00:00:12:24 - 00:00:44:08UnknownSo how do you attract new business? You constantly don't have to chase it. Hi, I'm Mike Webster of Real Estate Marketing. Doing this podcast is all about building a strong personal brand. People have come to know like trust and most importantly, refer. But remember, it is not their job to remember what you do for a living. It's your job to remind them, Let's get started.00:00:44:10 - 00:01:13:06UnknownWhat is up? Ladies and gentlemen, welcome another episode of the Real Estate Marketing Dude podcast and holy crap, folks, have you been following this show for any period of time? I've been talking about what just happened this week. I've been talking about that for the last two years, well before the lawsuits, well before any of this stuff. The importance of building a personal brand and or a unique selling proposition to stand out.00:01:13:08 - 00:01:33:02UnknownWell, the numbers, if you even tuned back to several years of episodes, the numbers with consumer dissatisfaction were evident. They were out there planning it. And this is going to be the fuel to the fire that they've been waiting for. So what we're going to be doing, though, in this show is that this is not all doom and gloom.00:01:33:04 - 00:01:55:00UnknownTwo nights ago, I couldn't sleep, literally could not sleep, could not sleep because I was like, oh, my God, should I start a brokerage because of this? The opportunity here is also very, very large. So this is not going to be a doom and gloom show. It might be for some of you guys, at least if you're not willing to change, because one thing for sure is that this market will change.00:01:55:02 - 00:02:12:11UnknownThere's no doubt about it. The way you're going to be compensated is changing. I mean, it's going to happen. And if you go on social media right now, you're seeing two different sort of trains of thoughts. The other a lot of people are like, well, you're going to have to list to win list live to list or last list or whatever they're calling it.00:02:12:16 - 00:02:37:02UnknownGreat. Still doesn't the fact that you're going to lose 50% of your commission in the buyer side of the commission. Right. Whether you list or not, you still have income that is generated from buyer commission revenue. And it's not just about that. What is more concerning more than anything is that honestly, you have to look into the remarks like, go, go ahead and hit the NBC News article and go scroll through the comments.00:02:37:08 - 00:02:58:17UnknownAnd that's where the true answer is, folks, because I spent at least, gosh, maybe 30, 45 minutes just reading through the comments of the news articles that are coming out, bashing the industry, saying how real estate agents held them hostage, essentially, which is bullshit. But, you know, the news and the media's going to spin in whatever way they do, like they always do.00:02:58:17 - 00:03:18:04UnknownIt's always say they're fake news. But the comments are evident. Guys. People don't like real estate agents. And, you know, I didn't we didn't need this lawsuit to come out and tell us that we saw this in the in the Atkins customer or client satisfaction surveys that have been done over the last four or five years. So the writing's been on the wall.00:03:18:06 - 00:03:54:17UnknownNow, why is that not all doom and gloom? And let's start with actually both. Let's do the pros and cons. Maybe that's what we call the show pros and cons of the doom and gloom of the in our settlement, because there's a lot more pros I see so far in cons. And I'm not just saying that to hype you up paradigm shift like this is when people make money, This is when people take market share, this is when people gain ground and this is when people stand out, stick out, and nobody makes it big in when everything just go in the same way.00:03:54:17 - 00:04:16:07UnknownIt go in the same way, go in the same way, go to somebody, go to the same way. And this has already happened a few times before where there are sudden shifts and different people just blew up overnight. It seems like the last time we did this was 2020. In the COVID era. How many people became tik-tok celebrities in such huge social media followings just because of was stuck to their phones for three years.00:04:16:09 - 00:04:38:05UnknownSo there isn't a lot of doom and gloom, but the doom is is at commission compressions real. Like the days of getting 5 to 6%, they're gone. Telling you right now they're absolutely gone. Some people are going to hate that. I say that. And I understand you're comfortable doing business the way you were, but this is not going away.00:04:38:07 - 00:04:55:22UnknownThere's many lawsuits I can't even imagine the amount of injury attorneys are just sell the testing, because what this lawsuit does is it could open up why can it open up lawsuits for all the other people? You know, you just need a client or consumer to say, hey, I thought I didn't get I wasn't given an option. Right.00:04:55:24 - 00:05:24:19UnknownOption. That's going be key to later on in today's show. So pay attention to that option, That word, that's the name of the game here. But let's go back into some of the doom. So like you're going to have to assume that your commissions getting cut. If you look through the comments on the NBC articles, the biggest one they're saying is like, why should an agent get paid for the same amount of work that they would do on a $100,000 house to sell that house, the same amount of work they're going to do on a $2 million house to sell that house?00:05:24:21 - 00:05:46:02UnknownAnd why should they get paid 40 grand versus four grand? And that's the complaint. This has never been adjusted. And if you put yourself in the consumer's shoes, not in your own get out of your own skin, put yourself in the consumer shoes. You can see the positioning of this and you can see their point. If not, you're being ignorant.00:05:46:02 - 00:06:00:05UnknownYou could see they have a point and right off the bat, like what's going to happen in the next 3 to 6 months, even before like, I don't even know how this thing settles. But what's going to happen is that you're going start having the conversation and be like, Hey, I don't want to pay that commission. I just saw somebody's article.00:06:00:06 - 00:06:16:19UnknownYou're going to know how you're going to have to be careful in how you answer that. Make sure you're protected in the paperwork. But I'm not going to give you a legal argument today. I'm sure your broker is doing a good job of that. Make sure they are, though, or find somebody who is because the commission compression thing is going to be real guys.00:06:16:21 - 00:06:37:16UnknownIt's just going to happen. How low is it going to go? I don't know. But I don't think you're going to ever double end the deal ever again in the rest of your life. That's one safe bet. And if you do, it's it's like it's a unicorn, but don't count on it. But if there's no buyer agency fee, the question really becomes is how our buyer agent's going to be paid or are they going to be paid at all, or are they just going to be totally cut out?00:06:37:18 - 00:06:57:14UnknownWell, we know that consumers are probably not going to pay this out of pocket. That's my hunch. We can't prove that. So we haven't seen it yet. But I just it's going to be interesting to see what's going to happen. So the one thing I do know and I could promise you, just going to happen to rewind the show and if you don't believe me, go back to the last four years episodes, go look, go look at multiple listing options.00:06:57:14 - 00:07:20:22UnknownGo look at unique selling proposition episodes. Go look at personal branding episodes. These are the things we're talking about. The reason are we talking about that stuff then was because of what happens right now, because your broker can't save you here. You're still an independent contractor, which means it's up to you to decide how you're going to do business and what's diligent.00:07:20:24 - 00:07:43:02UnknownYou can't buy buyer leads anymore, like there's no value to them Once this goes down, there's no value to that. What does that mean? Quite a lot means you're going to be in charge of your own damn business, just like any other business owner if things are going to change for a while. But the number one thing that's not going to change is the relationship you have with your clients, the relationships you have in life.00:07:43:04 - 00:08:07:19UnknownBecause all of those people, regardless of how you chop up the last ten years, nothing matters anymore based on this ruling. This is big deal, guys. But the last the buyer, you your commission is going to get cut. I lost my train of thought. I'm getting all pumped up and excited here. So let's get out of the doom, though, Johnny.00:08:07:19 - 00:08:23:13UnknownLike, I don't want to be I don't want to be a Karen here and talking about this and just boring people to death. I'm like, Oh my God, I don't want you guys to go, go, quit. Or, Well, a lot of you are going to quit. That's part of the opportunity. So actually I'll start that point. Here's a reality scenario, guys.00:08:23:16 - 00:08:41:04UnknownWe're out in a shitty market like you that sales are bad. Now you have this issue going to loom over. You're going to have a lot of real estate agents leaving the market, probably a larger amount than we've ever seen before. And now what we don't know is how long that's going to take. Now, why is this going to be a pro or an opportunity?00:08:41:04 - 00:09:02:04UnknownWell, obvious people still move, right? There's probably going be less. People who would use a real estate agent is my guess. That's why this is happening on the purchase side. However, on the sales side, I think that that's always going to be something they are. So I'm going to talk about a pro of that as well. However, this is a pro because people still buy and sell.00:09:02:04 - 00:09:25:19UnknownSo even if even if a lot of the market's up using real estate agents, there's only so many real estate agents leaving the industry that they're still going to be a lot of opportunity for those who can withstand this storm. Okay. So there's going to be a tremendous number of opportunities in this market. The negative part of that is those opportunities are each going to come at lesser than what you probably have been accustomed to your entire career.00:09:25:19 - 00:09:44:00UnknownI don't think there's too many people who are still I've been in I've been doing this for 21 years. But no, I think there's people that have been doing this for 30 years. I haven't ever seen a shift like this or something like this big of a deal. So that's the pro. Now let's talk about marketing opportunities based upon this.00:09:44:00 - 00:10:08:15UnknownLike if you're a listing agent, you're not a listing agent, you're marketing company for houses. Like your job isn't to sell real estate, your job is to market real estate, you know, differently than how an advertising company would come on into a product or pitch like, let's just say I got hired by Coca-Cola, and Coca-Cola is like, Hey, I want you to do our fall marketing campaign.00:10:08:19 - 00:10:42:24UnknownWell, I would have to develop a marketing campaign specifically for the product that Coca-Cola is trying to pitch. Well, in your case, every single house is a new marketing campaign. And you know what's going to be in demand are going to be people who can create high end videos, literally have marketing steps, not just, hey, let's listed in the MLS, let's put a sign in the yard, hosted a cup, an open house is where I could pick up some buyer leads to make you feel better while I'm totally hung over from the night before and see what happens now.00:10:42:24 - 00:11:03:09UnknownThose days are gone. You're have to earn your shit. That's the opportunity I You are going to have to sharpen your marketing skills. Traditionally, real estate agents, many of them are some of the worst marketers in the world. But there's a good a handful that are always the best marketers, and it's the best marketers who sell the most amount of houses.00:11:03:09 - 00:11:25:03UnknownThey're not necessarily the sharpest tools in the shed, but they're damn good at marketing and making sure everybody knows who they are. So the way that you position yourself, your personal brand has never mattered more. What is your personal brand? It's how people know you. This means that you have to start creating content if you have it yet.00:11:25:05 - 00:11:42:00UnknownIf you're not going to be on social media, your business is dead. You know, a lot of you, a lot of your old whippersnappers are going to get pissed that I say that. But, you know, in all honesty, if you're talking me on social media in the future, you're fucking out of business. These are is this is the reality.00:11:42:00 - 00:12:16:06UnknownThis isn't a let me make you feel good show. This is like, dude, get off your ass If you don't change, your shit is fucked show. Okay, so what we're really getting at here is look at all these different opportunities like changes. That's the opportunity, guys. Now with the marketing, same thing you're going to have a lot of people are going to be very scared to spend money right now, those who are willing to spend money on brand marketing, video content creation, you're going to come out of this on the other end and you're going to be fucking killing it because the same thing is going to happen.00:12:16:06 - 00:12:37:00UnknownPeople are scared. Oh my God, I could tell you this, you guys. I own a video marketing company. I no longer have that video marketing company because about 13 to 14 months ago I noticed the shift in the marketplace. And I was right. Real estate agents in the industry pulled back their marketing budgets when they should instead be doubling down.00:12:37:02 - 00:12:58:12UnknownIt happens all the time. That's why we merge and get out of real estate video marketing. So this stuff is is right there, but you're the one who creates the content. This is going back and nothing changed from before, but the most popular agent is going to be the most in-demand agent because the more content you create, the bigger your brand grows.00:12:58:14 - 00:13:18:09UnknownAnd the reason why your brand is so important is the same reason why Josh Altman has a reality show. He doesn't have to ask somebody for a his his when he goes on a listening presentation. He doesn't have people ask him for his pitch or ask him for his listing presentation. His brand has grown so large. Your media and content creation that people just assume he's the right job.00:13:18:14 - 00:13:44:15UnknownThe same way that if I was going to go out and tell you I'm a chef, I could shoot five fucking videos, put them in front of you, make you watch them, and you would think I am, but I'm not. That's the power positioning and branding. When you're doing things with things like video and content creation, social media and multipurpose scene and distribute your content much like a media company, because that's what you're going to have to do and a lot of people aren't going to do it, and that's going to lead a lot of people out.00:13:44:17 - 00:14:16:16UnknownThe attention that is on your brand is going to be the most important thing in the world. Opportunity. I think I'm a number four niche down immediately, niche down, immediately. Dial in that brand. If you're a give back it, let the world know about it. We had so many agents we branded with such cool wise in their life from rescuing dogs per closing to giving 10% of their commissions back to charity of their choice.00:14:16:18 - 00:14:37:13UnknownBut those are brands. And don't hold back. You're not a salesperson anymore. You're a human being That helps people transition and everything. Home services and whatever it is you stand for, it's time to niche down and let the world know about it. Don't be politically correct, be politic, be personally right in your own way. You know, I mean that that's there's none of that.00:14:37:13 - 00:15:02:07UnknownYou have to be yourself unapologetically. And the way you do that is you scream it from the rooftops and not give a fuck what anybody says because that's what's going to take their own attention. Okay, niche down. Number five, Interest rates are still high. One should focus directly on distressed sales over the next 12 to 18 months. It's going to be where the transactions are.00:15:02:09 - 00:15:37:02UnknownOkay, The transactions are going to be people who need to move. Already seen this. This should be evident for you guys. Your focus on people in their elderly years who are either incapacitated, death, enter a probate, divorce, relocation, marriage, life events, guys, is where you're going to want to focus your time and energy. Some of you if you're if form the strategic relationships with all of these different service providers in your market, you have to own all of these different services.00:15:37:02 - 00:15:59:06UnknownYou need to position yourself as the Amazon of real estate, everything, not just the fact that you help people sell houses. You have to be the guy in gal that has the probate attorney, that has the divorce attorney that has Johnny. No, no, you are the Rolodex for the community. You need to position yourself as a master connector and a master communicator.00:15:59:08 - 00:16:23:10UnknownAnd what you'll find is that you'll make a bunch of these different relationships. Some of them are going to be very fruitful, like the probate attorney, one relationship with a divorce or a probate attorney, an estate planning attorney, one relationship ship can change the next 12 months. Imagine if you have two or three. Why? Because they have clients that will always move in regardless of the interest rate or regardless of the recession.00:16:23:15 - 00:16:58:13UnknownAnd if you can find a way to form a relationship with them that refers you business, well, that's a great position to be in. Very, very good position to be in. Number six, probably should be number one. You got to market your database and you have to build one. If you don't build a database of referring and repeat clients into the future, you will always I mean, it's going to you're going to be just a rat race the rest of your life.00:16:58:13 - 00:17:23:16UnknownIt's going to always be peaks and valleys. You have to build a database. A database is nothing more than a list of people, a contact of relationships. It is a real estate agent. It's the people that you're friends with on Facebook. It's the email list that you've collected from made up of people from anywhere, from the people who say hello to your kids, soccer games, to your friends, your aunt, your uncle's, to your past clients.00:17:23:18 - 00:17:57:10UnknownIt's nurturing that email list. It's farming people via direct mail. You know, I'm talking about creating media on an offline social media and in print and doing that consistent because it's that network, that database that is always going to be responsible for your business. Before the lawsuit. After the lawsuit and the better relationship you have with it and the more trust you have with them, the less all the rest of this shit matters.00:17:57:12 - 00:18:15:23UnknownSo don't overthink that piece, but don't not do it. Because if you don't have a database and if you don't have a system that you're marketing your database with, I want you to go a referral suite, a dot com, that's a referral suite as w e t like sweet candy dot com. I got to get myself a little shameless plug.00:18:15:23 - 00:18:33:16UnknownWhy not? You know, I've been on this show for nine years. Ten years? Ten years. Been doing this for ten years. But let me talk about the final one and some I'm really excited to talk about. And this is something that you're going to have to have to do. You're going to have to earn income through ancillary services or other ways.00:18:33:18 - 00:18:59:02UnknownAnd I want to give you several different ways, and you need to start thinking outside the box. Do not rely on commissions as the only source of income. It's part of your income going forward. And it might be the most dominant part for a while, but you're going to have to diversify where you make money. The first and most obvious, I believe, is if you're going to stay in real estate is that you've got to be an investor yourself.00:18:59:04 - 00:19:22:12UnknownYou know, get in learning that stuff, take courses, take training. If you're if you're in any of our if you're in referrals, readers, witnesses, there's plenty, of course, recommendations in there that we share with you guys about what training to take. It's super, super important because you're going to come across good deals and why give them to an investor if you can take them down?00:19:22:14 - 00:19:44:20UnknownRight. Some of the most profitable models I'm seeing right now are like the rehab or that accidentally started a brokerage. You didn't start a brokerage and then became a rehab or he became a rehab and then realized all the ways he can monetize the brokerage around it through the additional leads and everything else around the transaction. So think outside the box number to ancillary services.00:19:44:22 - 00:20:04:12UnknownSo, for example, I think everyone is going to be a solar vendor. Solar is are very lucrative business. It's something that a real estate agent should have in their arsenal to sell anyways. So make sure you're at the right trusted vendor and you can make good money doing it. It's just the way the industry is headed. Like every agent should be able to sell solar.00:20:04:14 - 00:20:35:02UnknownIn addition to selling real estate right now, every agent should also start thinking about getting their mortgage loan. I'm a lawyer in mortgage loan origination license, and the reason for that is that there are several programs by several different banks out there that exist right now that you can now legally get paid for referring a lender. The client that you're working with on the buy side, I think it's like a half a point, 50 basis point, something like that, which is great.00:20:35:04 - 00:21:03:03UnknownYou know, if your commission is going to get cut a point and a half over here, well then you might as well at a point over there. Right. There's a tremendous other amount of services and vendor services that you can also refer and or recommend during the transaction like movers, handymen, estate sales, things of that nature staging that you're going to start approaching differently.00:21:03:03 - 00:21:27:14UnknownIt's not it's going to be the mindset is got to be more like, okay well if I send this person business, how much are they going to pay me? And you got to present yourself as a broker because that's just what the everyday affiliate world is. So that's what I mean by building a master connector and a network of all these different services, because you're going to see a lot more opportunities to monetize around the transaction in ongoing than just in it.00:21:27:16 - 00:21:49:03UnknownLike if you can find a way to profit off of home services, not just when the client needing to buy or sell a house, but to service them after they bought or sold the house and to stay in touch with them and use that as one of your ways to stay in touch with them and become the Home Depot essentially of your database.00:21:49:05 - 00:22:09:22UnknownThat's the future of this business, folks. So I promise you that's where this is going. So I want you someone's to go out here and create a 1% brokerage and they're going to crush it. And it was already a bunch of you out there. But prepare to have many more. And that's going to be very high in demand.00:22:09:24 - 00:22:33:06UnknownThere's a big that's $1,000,000 piece of advice right there, guys. Create the 1% business model already have it mapped out. It's pretty damn good. I just don't have the time to do it, nor do I want to. But if you do, you're going to make you're going to be rich. All right, folks. So let's recap on this. Where there is doom and gloom.00:22:33:06 - 00:22:54:03UnknownThere is lots of opportunity. And right now there is lots of opportunity. But what your it's going to require is is going to require you to change, start changing the the reluctance. See in those comments are like, oh, we could just do this. Oh, you know, it's going to change and you got to change with it. Start taking proactive steps right now, leadership wise, surround yourself with the people who are changing with this.00:22:54:05 - 00:23:14:18UnknownGet involved and see what's going on in see what? RC And see what all the webinars your broker saying and make some adjustments. I'll be releasing a lot of content specifically to this. I'm going to actually dedicate the next six months probably to this cause because I believe the product that we just launched is exactly what is needed for this time.00:23:14:18 - 00:23:39:12UnknownAnd hey, sometimes you're in the right place at the right time in their product suite, assist and referral suite Ecom. You can check both of those out folks, if you will. And I really appreciate you. Listen to another episode of the Estate Marketing podcast. I appreciate you guys hanging in there. Changes opportunity and don't be scared. Double down Faith in yourself and left it over.00:23:39:12 - 00:24:05:17UnknownRight. See you guys next week. Thank you for watching Another episode of the Real Estate Marketing Do podcast. If you need help with video or finding out what your brand is, visit our web site at WW W dot Real estate marketing do dot com. We make branding and video content creation simple and do everything for you. So if you have any additional questions, visit the site, download the training, and then schedule time to speak with the dude and get you rolling in your local marketplace.00:24:05:22 - 00:24:08:16UnknownThanks for watching another episode of the podcast. We'll see you next time.
In Episode 12, Notable Supreme Court Cases, Part 3 Kyle and Lisa talked about cases decided between 1995 and 2010, including Schlup, Atkins, Roper, Crawford, House and Panetti. They looked at the background of each case, the issues raised by the Petitioners and the decisions of the Supreme Court. We are open to suggestions for any cases we missed and we will do this again next season.
He is also the Founder of Internal Alignment, where he helps leaders build processes so they can 10x their companies from inside out. He knows that if teams are at their best, pulling together, and heading in the right direction amazing things happen. That's what he does.They've worked with hundreds of companies, including giants like Jaguar Land Rover, 3M, Atkins, HSBC Holdings, Michels & Taylor, and Huntsman and their programs typically deliver 1000%+ ROI.During the interview we discuss...two rules of leadershipthe biggest predictor of high-performing teamswhy team members need to own projectshow to improve relationships with your teamsConnect after the interview…LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/peter-andertonWebsite: https://internalalignment.co.ukSee how inspired you are as a leader and identify key areas for improvement: https://theinspirometer.comClaim your free gift!We're giving away a one-year membership to the world's #1 business book summary service for leaders! Our gift will help you stay on top of the latest ideas, decide which books to read next, and engage your teams.To get your gift:Leave a rating or review on your favorite listening channel.Take a screenshot of your review.Share the screenshot on LinkedIn, and mention either “Allison Dunn” or “Deliberate Directions” and the “Deliberate Leaders Podcast”.=============Allison DunnExecutive Business CoachDeliberate Directions + Executive Business Coaching + Training Center3003 W Main Street, Suite 110, Boise ID 83702(208) 350-6551Website https://www.deliberatedirections.comLinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/allisondunnPodcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/deliberate-leaders-podcast-with-allison-dunn/id1500464675
Will upcoming changes to Atkins Nutritionals help them survive in the “Age of Ozempic”? In this latest episode, I'll utilize the 2023 Q4 Simply Good Foods Company (NASDAQ: SMPL) earnings report, earnings call, and supplemental presentations that were filed on 10/24/2023 as the backdrop to provide broad nutritional snacking market insights. In Q4 of fiscal 2023, both Atkins Nutritionals and Quest Nutrition performed in the top-tier of categorical competitors in retail takeaway, with Quest Nutrition specifically having strong YoY growth at 26%. What's at the heart of the Quest Nutrition success? Quest Nutrition is still known for the original Quest Bar. That means the company needs the bar business to be healthy for any of this innovation risk to make sense. Here's the good news…the core bar business is growing. In fact, this year it had tracked channel retail takeaway growth of 22%. Additionally, the Quest bars and sweet snacks (e.g. Quest Peanut Butter Cups and Quest Candies) retail takeaway growth was about 25%. That being said, salty snacks are where I'd argue the most excitement lies within the Simply Good Foods Company…as retail takeaway growth in the quarter was about 40%. Quest chips now make up just over 20% of the total Quest Nutrition revenue. Furthermore, 30% of new users to the brand have come from chips. Finally, I run through the what all the weak brand performance at Atkins Nutritionals means and what actions the company is taking to change it…especially against the backdrop of weight loss drugs like Ozempic. As part of the new CEO's assessment of what is needed to unlock the high potential of the Atkins Nutritionals brand, a comprehensive revitalization plan was developed based on extensive consumer research. FOLLOW ME ON MY SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS LINKEDIN - https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshuaschallmba YOUTUBE - www.youtube.com/c/joshuaschall TWITTER - https://www.twitter.com/joshua_schall INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/joshua_schall FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/jschallconsulting --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/joshua-schall/support
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Award-winning British journalist Ros Atkins joins Georgina Godwin in today's episode. He is analysis editor and presenter of Outside Source at the BBC but started out at as a news producer on BBC Radio Five Live more than twenty years ago. Ros talks about his book ‘The Art of Explanation: How to Communicate with Clarity and Confidence'. He also takes us back to his Cornish roots, as well as his stint at ‘The Sunday Independent' in South Africa, and reveals how learning a musical instrument and DJing influenced his ideas on what makes for successful communication.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
You're in for a real doozy this time around, fellow Brigadeers… because for this, our ninth installment of The Bones Brigade Audio Show Intelligence Report series, we are welcoming some seriously unbelievable guests- Columbus, Indiana's own Chris Long, Flynn Atkins, and Steve Thompson! If you're a fan of Ban This, you will undoubtedly recognize those first two names from the infamous “Video iT uR'SelF” segment; arguably, if not definitely the first-ever “sponsor me tape" footage to end up being featured in a mainstream skate video. We sat down with Chris, Flynn, and their skate/filming buddy Steve (who, unbeknownst to pretty much everyone, actually had the first trick in that section) for an in-depth discussion on how it all came to pass. From their earliest days of skating, the Midwest contest scene, filming and submitting the footage that eventually made it into Ban This, the mythical call from Stacy, reconnecting after three decades, and a ton more- we leave no stone unturned in this epic chat. These three are the real deal, and we're psyched for you to hear their story- so roll out the launch ramp and join us, shall you? You can help support our show by buying us a coffee: www.buymeacoffee.com/BBASpodcast Website: www.thebonesbrigadeaudioshow.com Instagram: @thebonesbrigadeaudioshow Facebook: The Bones Brigade Audio Show Email us your questions and feedback to read on future episodes: www.thebonesbrigadeaudioshow.com/contact HAVE YOU SEEN HIM? --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/larry-ransom/support
Justin Atkins joined the United States Marine Corps on September 11, 2001, after witnessing the terror attacks that took place that day. Justin's career in the Marine Corps would span 12 years and take him to four different continents. Justin received training as an Infantry Rifleman and as a Marine Security Guard after completing Boot Camp at Parris Island, South Carolina.Justin was medically retired due to complications from his wounds received on his first deployment to Iraq. While on active duty, Justin completed his associate degree in general studies through the American Military University and was a highly decorated combat veteran.Justin completed his bachelor's degree in Kinesiological Science through the University of Nevada Las Vegas and served as a Senator, Senate President pro tempore, and Attorney General while part of the undergraduate student body. Justin helped expand access to mental health services at UNLV in response to the October 1 shootings and made several trips to Carson City to advocate for increased funding for UNLV.Justin completed a Master of Public Health degree from Baylor University and is now an MD candidate at the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV. Justin is an accomplished researcher, a father of four, and a loving husband. He plans to complete a residency in Family Medicine here in Las Vegas and to continue serving the veteran community as a Primary Care Practitioner for the Veterans Administration.
I'm hoping you haven't caught your breath yet from the first part of the interview where you learned of Dr. Palmer's first exposure to the Atkins diet and how that changed his life and his father's life. Now in part II, he delves deeper into the connection between Mental Disorders (Schizophrenia, Bipolar, Depression, Dementia, as examples) and metabolic disorders (diabetes, obesity, Cardio-vascular disorders, as examples). Think of epilepsy as an example of both and knowing the some of the medications used for epilepsy can also be used for these mental disorders...totally fascinating.—————————COME SAY HI!!! —————————— Facebook Group about Keto: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ketonaturopath/ BLOG: https://ketonaturopath.com/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ketonaturopath YYouTube channel www.youtube.com/ketonaturopath Podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/482971/episodes Our Youtube Podcasts https://studio.youtube.com/channel/UC6LBX8_RDaXtzF_Z02jvl0QJudi's NEW cooking channel Keto Naturopath Kitchen https://www.youtube.com/c/KetoNaturopathKitchen ——————————— OUR COURSE —————————— PSMF 30 day course: https://www.thebiointegrationcode.com/courses/PSMFChallenge————WHERE WE GET OUR GENOME SNP ANALYSIS DONE—————Strategene https://bit.ly/3iqCfka ——————————WHERE WE GET YOUR LABS DONE—————https://www.UltaLabTests.com/ketonaturopath ————————— WHERE WE BUY OUR SUPPLEMENTS ——————https://us.fullscript.com/welcome/drgoldkamp/signupWhy get a Fullscript account to get your supplements?? 1. They have more brands than anywhere else to choose from; 2. Their prices are 20 -50% lower than anywhere else; compare and you'll see 3. This is where most physicians have their account 4. Been in existence for nearly 30 years working with physicians and health practitioners
00:00 – 27:17 – JMV starts the show by talking about the start of the NBA season, and how the Pacers compare to the Colts in terms of expectations. He discusses how Shane Steichen's offense has been a breath of fresh air. John then talks about what type of growth he wants to see from both teams this year. He then talks some MLB playoffs, including the Rangers beating the Astros in Game 7 last night, as well as Game 7 of the Diamondbacks-Phillies series tonight. 27:17 – 42:49 – Greg Rakestraw of the ISC Sports Network joins the show! Greg and John dive into the high school football playoffs, which are well underway. They discuss some of the notable matchups we will see. They also discuss college football, and how it hasn't been a great season for major college football teams in Indiana. 42:50 – 47:19 – John wraps up the first hour of the show! 47:20 – 1:11:24 – Brad Spielberger of PFF joins the show to do his weekly numbers breakdown from the NFL weekend! Brad talks about the performance of Myles Garrett against the Colts, as well as other notable standouts from that game, including Jonathan Taylor and Josh Downs. Brad gives his thoughts on Michael Pittman Jr not receiving many targets against the Browns, and the reasons behind that. Brad and John then discuss some of the other big games from around the NFL this past weekend. 1:11:25 – 1:30:29 – Jeremiah Johnson of Bally Sports Indiana is back on the show as we get set for the start of the NBA season! John and Jeremy discuss what they want to see from the Pacers as they get set to start an eagerly anticipated season. They also talk about the Pacers rotation, and if we'll continue to see the level of comradery that we have so far from players who aren't getting as many minutes as they are used to. 1:30:30 – 1:33:23 – John wraps up the 2nd hour of the show! 1:33:24 – 2:01:09 – Nate Atkins of the Indianapolis Star joins the show to talk about the comments Colts receiver Michael Pittman made to him following the Colts loss to the Browns on Sunday. Nate talks about if Pittman is justified in his frustrations, and if the Colts have done a good enough job throughout the season in getting Pittman the ball. John and Nate talk about other areas of interest on the Colts roster, including cornerback. 2:01:10 – 2:11:44 – John keeps the show rolling by talking about the new addition to Indiana football with a new team in the Indoor Football League! 2:11:45 – 2:19:56 – John wraps up the final hour of the show!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Jake joins solo at first to take you through the latest from Berea, including Deshaun Watson returning to practice, as the Browns get ready for a game they badly need against the Indianapolis Colts. He has notes on time with the media and the Browns/Colts' latest injury report including late updates on players who could miss the game. Then Jake is joined by Nate Atkins of The Indianapolis Star to take us through all things Colts ahead of Sunday's matchup. You get in-depth analysis on both sides of the ball including the state of the franchise, personnel, scheme usage and adjustment possibilities, and how each team is likely to go after the other. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today, I am blessed to have here with me Colette Heimowitz. She is the Director of Education and Research for Atkins Health and Medical Information Services. In this role she manages public relations, directs research efforts, designs continuing medical education programs and directs the Atkins Speakers Bureau. In addition, Heimowitz serves as a member of the Atkins Nutritionals New Product Development Committee. Previously, Heimowitz was the Director of Nutrition at The Atkins Center for Complementary Medicine. Prior to working at The Atkins Center, Heimowitz spent 20 years directing nutrition departments in the offices of complementary doctors such as Leo Galland, MD, Serafina Corsello, MD, and others. Her corporate experience includes Vice-President of Research and Development at Col-Air Laboratories, a company specializing in herbal technologies. As the spokesperson for the Atkins Company, Heimowitz has been featured on national television networks such as CNN, Fox News Channel and MSNBC and appears frequently across the country on the lecture circuit and on radio programs. She earned her MS from Hunter College in New York, NY. In this episode, Colette Heimowitz discusses everything you need to know about the Atkins Diet. She compares the differences between a ketogenic diet, the Atkins 20, and the Atkins 40. Colette explains why it's so easy to become fat and obese in America. Luckily, more and more people are talking about using food as medicine. Tune in as we chat about intermittent fasting on the ketogenic diet, navigating a weight-loss plateau, and the future of diets in America. This episode originally aired in October 2022. / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S Biotiquest Sugar Shift product. Regulate glucose, reduce cravings, achieve deeper ketosis, and remove glyphosate. Head to https://bit.ly/47QZdbK , and use the coupon code KAMP10 for 10% off their products. Bioptimizers Magnesium Breakthough. Magnesium Breakthrough contains all 7 forms of magnesium designed to help you fall asleep, stay asleep, and wake up refreshed. Just go to magbreakthrough.com/ketokamp and use this code ketokamp10 to get 10% off your first bottle. Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. [04:50] About The Four Different Phases of The Atkins 20 Diet The Atkins Diet has four phases: Phase 1: Induction Phase 2: Ongoing Weight Loss (OWL) Phase 3: Pre-maintenance Phase 4: Lifetime maintenance Phase 1 is the ketogenic diet. However, many people find it hard to sustain because you restrict carbohydrates greatly. Once you get above 50 grams of carbohydrates, it is no longer ketogenic. [11:05] Why It Is So Easy To Become Fat and Obese In America People are sitting in front of computers all day and not exercising. Also, Americans are overconsuming carbohydrates and processed foods. The United States Dietary Guidelines tell people to consume tons of carbohydrates. The cost of diabetes and obesity to the government is incredible; it costs trillions of our healthcare. We should have different Dietary Guidelines! [25:40] Is Intermittent Fasting Necessary While Following The Keto Diet? With a clean ketogenic diet, you don't need intermittent fasting. Intermittent fasting is good for detox purposes. You only need a 12 to 18-hour fast if you are strict on keto. When you are doing extra long fasts, then it throws off your appetite cues. [28:40] What To Know When You Need To Get Past A Weight-Loss Plateau Are you under more stress? Stress will affect your weight and health. Sometimes your body needs a break from weight loss. All the toxins in our body get stored in fat cells. Sometimes your body needs time to recover from releasing those toxins. Colette will tell people to wait it out if their weight loss is stalling. [32:05] Food Is Medicine: What's Going On With Health and Diet In America The American population is sick. Luckily, people are starting to learn that food is medicine. The White House is looking at diet-related diseases. Once you look at the science, you will understand what needs to be done regarding nutrition. Sadly, the government moves so slow it may take time to change the Dietary Guidelines. [39:00] So, How Exactly Did Dr. Robert Atkins Die? Dr. Atkins died after he fell and hit his head on an icy sidewalk. At the hospital, they found out Dr. Atkins had cardiomyopathy, an infection of the heart's sack. Sadly, doctors lied and told the media that he had heart disease and he was obese. Mrs. Atikins filed a lawsuit and won. AND MUCH MORE! Resources from this episode: Check out Atkins: https://www.atkins.com/ Follow Colette Heimowitz LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/colette-heimowitz-9494aa5/ Read Colette's Blog: https://www.atkins.com/how-it-works/colette-heimowitz Get Colette's Books: https://www.simonandschuster.com/authors/Colette-Heimowitz/85583955 Join the Keto Kamp Academy: https://ketokampacademy.com/7-day-trial-a Watch Keto Kamp on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUh_MOM621MvpW_HLtfkLyQ / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S Biotiquest Sugar Shift product. Regulate glucose, reduce cravings, achieve deeper ketosis, and remove glyphosate. Head to https://bit.ly/47QZdbK , and use the coupon code KAMP10 for 10% off their products. Bioptimizers Magnesium Breakthough. Magnesium Breakthrough contains all 7 forms of magnesium designed to help you fall asleep, stay asleep, and wake up refreshed. Just go to magbreakthrough.com/ketokamp and use this code ketokamp10 to get 10% off your first bottle. 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(00:00 - 13:11) - Tuesday's WUC opens to sad news as Anthony Richardson is done for the season as surgery seems to be the way the team will be going. It still isn't a 100% certainty but Jim Irsay said in interviews yesterday that Richardson will likely be out for the season. The news coming out of the Colts Camp seems to be a bummer for the past week. Some clips from head coach Shane Steichen about Richardson needing surgery. Rick Carlisle will be on the show top of the 8 o'clock hour. (13:12 - 20:24) - Morning Checkdown (20:25 - 40:32) - More discussion on Anthony Richardson's injury news. The probability of surgery or of rehabbing the shoulder. Kevin says that biggest thing he wants from this whole situation is clarity on the future. A bit of talk about the potential of where college basketball prospect Boogie Fland will be playing. Should the Colts already be thinking about drafting another quarterback? Kevin brings up the statistic that 1 out of every 6 times Richardson threw the ball, he got hurt. He also had a variety of different kinds of injuries. (40:33 - 1:11:44) - Pacers head-coach Rick Carlisle joins the show. Coach Carlisle actually had the chance to meet Colts head-coach Shane Steichen before the football season began. Moving to Pacers talk, Carlisle has really enjoyed the vibe of the team this season. Bennedict Mathurin is continuing to make strides as a potential future star. The team needs to work on fouling. Coach goes into detail about all the news draft picks and new signees, how they have performed up to expectations. The team has been picking up their 3-point shooting this pre-season. They are shooting 48 a game compared to the mid 30's last season. (1:11:45 - 1:21:50) - Is Shane Steichen going to change up the gameplan for the Colts next game? Less passing and more running. Steichen is always first to blame the coaching rather than the players. How much does that actually help the team though? (1:21:51 - 1:31:33) - More discussion over Stephen Holder's interview with Jim Irsay from last night. Irsay revealed that things are most likely leaning toward Richardson getting surgery but talks are ongoing. Talk turns to what are the other pieces that Indianapolis needs to address to turn this team into a championship contender. Several other players like Pittman are in a contract year, what can the Colts do if they want to keep him. (1:31:34 - 2:00:14) - Nate Atkins of the Indianapolis Star joins The Wake Up Call to discuss his story covering Michael Pittman Jr. and his reaction to Jonathan Taylor's new contract. Pittman thinks that every player has the ability to take a page out of Taylor's book when it comes to future contract negotiations. Given the Colts current injury concerns are they at risk of over spending on other position players in the short term. Atkins talks about how Richardson hasn't had time to fully develop a passing game. The Colts need to balance not bringing him back too soon, with teaching him how to stay healthy on the field. Which is a big ask for a 21-year-old rookie. (2:00:15 - 2:08:54) - Pop Quiz (2:08:55 - 2:18:48) - The Spanish announcers for Monday Night Football did not have a radio booth and were calling their game on the side of the field. The Show made the Peegs message board. Final touches on Anthony Richardson's potential surgery. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
FSU Football | Alex Atkins Press Conference Duke Week | Syracuse Recap | Warchant TV #FSU Florida State Offensive Coordinator Alex Atkins talks about the team's performance in a win against Syracuse and the challenges that Duke presents Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
JD Bunkis is joined by FAN Morning Show host Ben Ennis for this week's edition of 'Good Hour'! They review Mark Shapiro's press conference from yesterday and how it left them feeling, before getting into where the front office goes from here (00:01). JD then offers his final thoughts on a pivotal Blue Jays off-season, before sorting through the NFL's 3-2 teams to determine who has the most to prove this week (50:01). The guys close out the week with the biggest stories we missed! The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliate
Ailish and Justin open the show with a recap of the Ross Atkins press conference over the weekend. Then on NHL Opening Night, they welcome Bill Daly (2:55), Deputy Commissioner to discuss the start of the season, Bedard's debut, the banning of Pride Tape, technology and best-on-best hockey internationally. Later, a review of the Atkins press conference and what we can expect this week when Mark Shapiro speaks on Thursday. Then, NHL bold predictions and why out of 20 people at Sportsnet, not a single one picked the Leafs. Later, Alanna Rizzo from MLB Network (54:19) on Jays offensive woes, why Schneider should not take all the blame, former Jays shine in Arizona and the Braves/Phillies is the series that keeps on giving. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
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(3:00) Returning receivers a shot in the arm for underachieving offense? (10:00) Alex Atkins doesn't buy your Jeremiah Byers criticism (18:00) Can pushing the pace offset opponents playing keep away (27:00) Adam Fuller understated in impact of potential return of Akeem Dent? (38:00) Aggressive, fast start imperative for defense? https://mybookie.website/JoinwithWARCHANT (48:00) Devin Vassell, nice bump in pay. (51:00) Aussie punters taking over college ball Music: Koyo - Crushed Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
(3:00) Returning receivers a shot in the arm for underachieving offense? (10:00) Alex Atkins doesn't buy your Jeremiah Byers criticism (18:00) Can pushing the pace offset opponents playing keep away (27:00) Adam Fuller understated in impact of potential return of Akeem Dent? (38:00) Aggressive, fast start imperative for defense? https://mybookie.website/JoinwithWARCHANT (48:00) Devin Vassell, nice bump in pay. (51:00) Aussie punters taking over college ball Music: Koyo - Crushed Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Coming out of the bye-week, the Florida State coaching staff took the microphone Monday morning. Mike Norvell and company previewed the matchup with Virginia Tech while discussing the improvements made during their stretch of no-game action. No one may be more excited for the game to start this weekend than Mike Norvell. He came into the press conference with a joyful energy for game week and even mentioned that he “missed (the press).” During his lengthy opening statement, he reiterated that the team will continue to try and improve on third downs coming out of the bye. He went in-depth with the team's injury situation, saying that Robert Scott is “getting close” and feeling “more confident” about him playing this weekend. “Guys came back last night. We gave them a few days off, got good rest, got good treatment. We think we're going to have a chance to get a couple guys back here this week.” As the head coach finished his comments, he highlighted Kyron Drones, the Virginia Tech quarterback, and his running ability as a critical focus in the game. Norvell was complementary of Drones, saying he is “ A tough runner...looking to run you over.” Offensive coordinator and offensive line coach Alex Atkins took over the stand next and dove head-first into the areas that needed fixing in the run game. The offensive coordinator felt that “getting guys back healthy should get us back to the normal rotation,” which will create continuity up front. Atkins also felt that running backs have been missing holes and, “When we get the runs blocked up, we need to hit them.” Defensive coordinator Adam Fuller took over and had his questions to answer from the media. He mentioned that during the bye week, the defense had a “big personnel meeting” to discuss where the young guys are in their game and how they can continue to improve. The defensive coordinator mentioned that he needs his group to play their best when their backs are “not close to the wall” instead of playing to their potential only when they need a stop. Finally, defensive ends coach and special teams coordinator John Papuchis rounded out the day by praising Jared Verse. The special teams coordinator said the All-American played his “most impactful game since he has been here.” JP continued with an upbeat tone, saying how his punter and kicker have been lights out since the season began, and he expects to see the same consistency as the season wears on. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
FSU Football | Alex Atkins Press Conference Virginia Tech Week | Warchant TV #FSU Florida State offensive coordinator Alex Atkins Monday press conference ahead of the Seminoles game against Virginia Tech on Saturday Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices