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Back to Work
556: The Only Way Out Is Claws

Back to Work

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 80:11


The Boys are back, and they're not sure how big this thing gets.

Detroit Today with Stephen Henderson
Educational Gaps, Barriers for Students of Color and Low-Income Students

Detroit Today with Stephen Henderson

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 52:02


Dr. Tabitha Bentley of Education Trust-Midwest, South Redford Thomas Jefferson Elementary Principal James Kinsey, and University of Michigan School of Education Dean Elizabeth Moje discuss solutions to make sure underserved students get the education they deserve.

Partnering Leadership
Leading to strengthen communities by eliminating barriers to opportunity with Goodwill International President & CEO Steven Preston | Greater Washington DC DMV Changemaker

Partnering Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 47:08


In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Steven Preston, President and CEO of Goodwill Industries International. Steve Preston has extensive private sector experience and served as the US Department of Housing and Urban Development secretary and as the US Small Business Administration administrator. Steven Preston shared what influenced him to serve in government and how he led the US Small Business Administration and Department of Housing and Urban development during times of national crisis. Steve Preston also talked about his mission of helping people access employment opportunities, leading him to become CEO of Goodwill Industries International. Steven Preston shares strategies for bridging the opportunity gap, enabling organizations to tap into new pools of employees.Some highlights:- Steve Preston talks about his parents' role in his deep sense of values and sensitivity to inequities in society.  - How Steve Preston led the transformation of the Small Business Administration and Department of Housing and Urban Development. - Steve Preston on his personal mission and the opportunity to lead Goodwill Industries International. - The significant impact of giving people access to opportunities.- Steve Preston on the role of employers in providing opportunities and building the workforce of the future.  Also mentioned in this episode:Gina Schaefer, the Co-Founder and CEO of A Few Cool Hardware Stores (Listen to Gina's episode on Partnering Leadership Podcast here)Connect with Steven Preston:Steven Preston on LinkedInConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com

The Momologistâ„¢
Common Barriers to Adoption

The Momologistâ„¢

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 36:23


“Not everyone is called to adopt, but everyone is called to do something,” says Mary Beth Chapman, Co-Founder of Show Hope, a nonprofit organization that aims to support families on their path to adoption. In today's episode of The Momologist™, Mary Beth dives deep into the barriers that many families face when looking to adopt and how her foundation works to overcome them. Mary Beth first entered into the adoption space in 1997 after she and her then eleven-year-old daughter Emily took a trip to Haiti with Compassion International. When they returned from the trip, Emily approached her parents, asserted that they had room at their table, and asked them to consider adopting another child. Mary Beth and her husband went on to not only adopt three daughters over the course of the next eight years, but also to use their platform to create Show Hope. While Mary Beth admits that she was the last hold out in their family when it came to adopting, as she was unsure whether she could love an adopted child like her own, she has found indescribable love, joy and purpose throughout the process. She now hopes to make this experience accessible to countless others through the work of the Show Hope foundation. Tune into this week's episode of The Momologist™ for a conversation about Mary Beth's journey to adopting, the common barriers that families face throughout the process, and how Show Hope has worked to bring thousands of children and prospective adoptive parents together. If you have ever been interested in adoption or know someone who is considering it, this is an episode you won't want to miss!   Quotes • “So many families we heard saying back then, ‘We would consider this but we just don't have the finances.'” (09:12-09:17) • “We don't really desire to go really wide with something. We desire to go deep and so after the financial barrier kind of got put in place by us giving adoption aid grants, then how can we step into even deeper things? Like you said, adoption doesn't end when it's finalized. It's just beginning.” (12:09-12:28) • “These kiddos that come home through adoption all have these invisible suitcases...early childhood trauma and early childhood attachment issues where if that attachment was wounded in relationship, we seek to heal that in relationship. And how can we give tools to parents to help in the process of raising a child who has been adopted?” (13:23-13:48) • “I felt this heaviness. I was the last hold out. I was the one with all the doubts, all the fears. Can I love a child like this is my own? We did have other children. We weren't adopting out of a home where we weren't able to have children. We had 3, I call them natural and my adopted children supernatural, because God just put this amazing family together.” (20:17-20:40)  • “We call it gloriously hard. It's glorious but there are some really hard pieces to it.” (21:33-21:38) • “I don't think everyone is called to adopt, but I think everyone is called to do something.” (23:15-23:20)    Stats Mentioned: • “Adoption is expensive. It can be anywhere for $25,000 to $50,000. That's still true today.” (08:53-08:58) • “We've cared for over 2700 children. We know for sure that 800 of those children have moved into adoptive families worldwide. We know that another third of those children have been made healthy enough to move back into an orphanage situation where they can move toward adoption.” (10:28-10:47) • “We began stepping into what's called medical care grants where you can apply every 3 years. You can receive three grants up until that child is 18 years old.” (11:42-11:52)   Notable Links https://howtoadopt.org/ Hope For The Journey Conference: https://showhope.org/our-work/pre-post-adoption-support/hope-for-the-journey/   Connect with Show Hope Website: https://showhope.org/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/showhope/  FB: https://www.facebook.com/ShowHope    Connect with Mary Beth Chapman Website: https://www.marybethchapman.com/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/OfficialMaryBethChapman/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/mbchap232/   Subscribe to our Mailing List: www.TheOfficialMomologist.com   Connect with The Momologist™: https://www.instagram.com/theofficialmomologist/ https://www.facebook.com/TheOfficialMomologist   ------   The Momologist™ is a production of The Reel Media Group.  For inquiries, please email: contact@thereelmediagroup.com

Education Evolution
86. Breaking Down Barriers to Change Laws in Arizona with Emily Anne Gullickson

Education Evolution

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 54:59


Arizona is a national leader in education reform, having recently passed one of the most robust education reform bills in the nation. The goal? To showcase that seat time does not equate quality learning. Instead, thanks to HB 2862, the state recognizes that instructional time can look vastly different depending on the students' needs. Imagine that! This and so much more was possible thanks to the work of Emily Anne Gullickson, CEO of A for Arizona, a nonprofit with a vision to build an education system that prepares every student to succeed in the global economy and contribute to local communities. In this episode, we talk about the inequities in education today, how schools are taking the learnings from the pandemic and creating new ways to teach and learn, barriers to education because of student access, and so much more. This is a refreshing conversation about an organization that's making a big difference in lives and laws. It's a must-listen for anyone who wants to create viable solutions to the challenge that is education today.   About Emily Anne Gullickson: Emily Anne brings to A for Arizona a unique background of executive, advocacy, legal, and teaching experience as a Teach For America – Phoenix alumna. She is the founder and CEO of A For Arizona and also leads sister organization Great Leaders Strong Schools. Emily Anne was recognized by the Arizona Capitol Times and state Capitol community as Leader of the Year in Education and Best Activist in the State of Arizona, and was recently recognized in Arizona as Best Political Rising Star, Women Achievers of Arizona – Nonprofit Leader, and Breakdown Breakout for being one of the sharpest political minds in Arizona under 40. Nationally, Emily Anne serves on the PIE Network Leadership Council and was recently recognized amongst her peers as a finalist for Breakout Advocate of the Year and Gamechanger Policy of the Year.   Jump in the Conversation: [4:03] Introducing Emily Anne [5:08] Where school transformation began for Emily Anne [6:12] Policy with good intentions - the impact on schools [7:35] What would happen if we built policy around high performing, innovative schools in high poverty communities [9:51] Expanding access for next-generation leaders [10:27] Engaging businesses to improve access [12:17] Bringing geometry to life [13:25] HB 2862 - seat time flexibility and innovation [17:09] Innovation zones [18:53] Some schools are running with change [20:56] Barriers to dismantle [25:23] Benefits of micro-schools: the relationship aspect [26:56] It doesn't have to be either-or [28:09] Barriers of transportation to student access - beyond the bus driver shortage [33:53] how others can begin to engage the government and change laws [36:46] What's your biggest hurdle to serve families and how can you get past it [40:30] Turbo Time [45:05] What you need to know about educational policy making [46:36] Emily Anne's Magic Wand [49:53] Maureen's Takeaways   Links & Resources A for Arizona Carnegie units VELA Education Fund A Fine Line: How Most American Kids are Kept Out of the Best Public Schools by Tim DeRoch  TED talk: Brene Brown's The Power of Vulnerability Email Maureen Maureen's TEDx: Changing My Mind to Change Our Schools The Education Evolution Facebook: Follow Education Evolution Twitter: Follow Education Evolution LinkedIn: Follow Education Evolution EdActive Collective Maureen's book: Creating Micro-Schools for Colorful Mismatched Kids Micro-school feature on Good Morning America The Micro-School Coalition Facebook: The Micro-School Coalition LEADPrep

Conscious Style Podcast
28) Breaking Down Secondhand Fashion Barriers: Sizing, Smells, and Styles with Mya Price

Conscious Style Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 40:06


There are quite a few barriers to secondhand shopping, from perceptions about limited styles to the issue of smells. And this episode will cover all of these obstacles and more. But sizing is one of the most common obstacles that comes up, especially for those shopping for plus sizes.So, in this episode, I'm chatting with Mya Price, the founder of the plus size vintage boutique, More Than Your Average.More Than Your Average has colorful one-of-a-kind vintage pieces, and if you've spotted their Instagram, you know that Mya has some seriously impressive vintage styling skills!In this interview, Mya is sharing:Her tips for styling vintage pieces in a modern wayAdvice for others looking for plus size secondhand or vintage fashionWhat her secondhand garment sourcing process is likeHer perspective on what we can all do to make slow and secondhand fashion more size inclusiveHow we can find amazing secondhand garments that will fit us well and that we'll truly love for many years to come  FULL SHOW NOTES & TRANSCRIPThttps://www.consciouslifeandstyle.com/plus-size-vintage-more-than-your-average/ WATCH THIS INTERVIEW ON YOUTUBE (coming soon):https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIKaxSd78Hqa8XA6cQf8tvg LINKS Conscious Fashion Brands with Plus SizesConscious Fashion Brands with Tall SizesConscious Fashion Brands with Petite Sizes CONNECT WITH MYA & MORE THAN YOUR AVERAGEWebsiteStyling ServicesInstagramTikTokFacebook CONNECT WITH CONSCIOUS STYLE:Conscious Life & Style WebsiteInstagramPinterestConscious Edit NewsletterYouTube 

Energy Policy Now
U.S. Electricity Regulator Grapples with Barriers to a Clean Grid

Energy Policy Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 46:46


Who will pay for the electric grid of the future? The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission explores options to incentivize and finance a vast transmission network to support clean energy.---Much of the fossil fuel generation fleet in the United States will be replaced by renewable energy resources as the country's electricity system is decarbonized. Yet it remains unclear how the vast network of high-voltage transmission lines needed to connect clean energy resources will be planned and paid for. Marc Montalvo, president and CEO of Daymark Energy Advisors and former director of risk management and market development at ISO New England, looks at why existing means of planning electric transmission are not up to the task of delivering a low-carbon grid. He also discusses recent action by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the nation's electric grid regulator, to explore ways to incentivize the construction of new transmission and support the expansion of renewable energy. Marc Montalvo is president and CEO of Daymark Energy Advisors. Mark has 25 years of market and regulatory experience in the electricity industry, including in senior roles at ISO New England. Related ContentMassive Shift toward Solar Power Begins in Largest U.S. Electricity Market https://kleinmanenergy.upenn.edu/podcast/massive-shift-toward-solar-power-begins-in-largest-u-s-electricity-market/The Opportunities and Limitations of Seasonal Energy Storage https://kleinmanenergy.upenn.edu/research/publications/the-opportunities-and-limitations-of-seasonal-energy-storage/Why Is It So Hard to Build the Electric Grid of the Future? https://kleinmanenergy.upenn.edu/podcast/why-is-it-so-hard-to-build-the-electric-grid-of-the-future/

We Are For Good Podcast - The Podcast for Nonprofits
201. From Sales to Fundraising: Lessons Learned After Knocking on Nearly 100,000 Doors - Jake Savage

We Are For Good Podcast - The Podcast for Nonprofits

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 33:18


Meet Jake. Every wondered what possesses someone to run 50 miles? For Jake - it's about passion. After learning about the plight of women and children who are trafficked around the world, he redirected his career in persuasive sales firmly toward helping the nonprofit sector. Join this convo with someone who's knocked on nearly 100,000 doors and is leveraging those corporate sales methods for good.EPISODE HIGHLIGHTSJake's story and journey to where he is today (2:20)Knocking on nearly 100,000 doors in his sales background (6:13)A powerful story that connected Jake to the philanthropy world (8:00) The story of running 50 miles to spread awareness and raise funds to fight human trafficking (12:00)The intersection of sales and fundraising to help you raise more money (16:45)Barriers to fundraising that Jake has seen (22:00)A powerful moment of philanthropy in Jake's life (26:00)Jake's One Good Thing: You don't rise to the level of your goals, you fall to the levels of your systems. (29:00)For more information and episode details visit: www.weareforgood.com/episode/201Get to Know Our Amazing Sponsor, Neon OneNeon One provides software solutions to growing nonprofits, but they do so much more than that. They're also incredibly passionate about creating community in the social good sector.We believe in the power of community. We've seen the greatest philanthropic movements happen when people work together to achieve common goals. Neon One can help you do just that. They created Year End Giving Connections, a community that brings fundraisers together and empowers them to learn from each other's experiences. Neon One experts will also provide helpful advice on meeting your fundraising goals this season. With weekly checklists and an active Slack community, there's no better way to prepare for your year-end success.Want to be a more connected fundraiser? Join their community today at http://neonone.com/weareforgoodAbout the PodcastThe We Are For Good Podcast is co-hosted by Jonathan McCoy, CFRE and Becky Endicott, CFRE and welcomes the most dynamic nonprofit leaders, advocates and philanthropists to share innovative ideas and lessons learned 3x a week!Want to hear insider details and to get our best roundup of tips, freebies, resources and show notes from each episode? Join the Good Community - it's free! Visit www.weareforgood.com/helloWatch our free streaming workshop with our friend, Pledge CEO, James Citron. In this power hour, you'll gain clarity and the framework to build your strongest year-end giving campaign ever. Watch it for free today at weareforgood.com/pledge. And to learn more about Pledge and see how they can help your organization, head to www.pledge.to We Are For Good PRO is reimagining nonprofit professional development - for good. ✨ Join us and get started at weareforgoodpro.com.

Leading Equity
LE 218: School Readiness for Early Childhood with Dr. Naima Duncan

Leading Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 27:27


About Naima Duncan, Ed.D. Dr. Naima Duncan is an Assistant Principal in Camden City, New Jersey. For over 25 years, she has provided mentorship to new teachers and professional development training throughout the United States and abroad. Her philosophy is rooted in providing quality instruction, rigor and high expectations to all students, no matter the background or challenges they may face. Dr. Duncan's research entitled, "Kindergarten Readiness Expectations and Challenging Behaviors in Preschool Children: Is There a Connection?" examined state and federal policies that require preschool programs to meet new academic expectations and how they affect the primacy of social-emotional skill development in preschool classrooms. Show Highlights School readiness School readiness during the Pandemic The link between school readiness and behavior Barriers to school readiness Strategies to support students and families Connect with Naima LinkedIn: @naimaduncan Twitter: @NaimaDuncan Instagram: @NaimaLDuncan Additional Resources Annihilating Racial Injustice in School Course FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies Learn more about the Advocacy Room

Grace Bible Church - Equipping Hour Podcast
Equipping Hour: Blood for Clarity (Part 6 — Barriers to Perspicuity)

Grace Bible Church - Equipping Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 59:34


The post Equipping Hour: Blood for Clarity (Part 6 — Barriers to Perspicuity) appeared first on Grace Bible Church.

One in Ten
Multidisciplinary Teams: What's the Secret Sauce?

One in Ten

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 45:47


In today's episode, we speak with Dr. James Herbert, senior research fellow at the Australian Center for Child Protection, the first Children's Advocacy Center (CAC) in Australia. Now, for those of us in the CAC movement or on multidisciplinary teams (MDTs), we sometimes take our work together for granted. The teamwork, the support—the conflict!—and the difficult decisions we make together to protect children. But imagine for a moment coming to that work completely fresh and as a research scientist, as Herbert did, and truly trying to unpack what makes it work.Now, we know that research has established that MDTs create better outcomes in child abuse cases. But what is that secret sauce that does make it work? How do teams make their decisions in these high-stakes cases? And what research is still needed to help us better leverage the combined knowledge and skills of the team? Most importantly, how does improving the understanding of the MDT model help us better serve abused children? Topics in this episode:Getting into child abuse research (1:33)A lack of research on multidisciplinary teams (7:20)Current research on MDT effectiveness (9:34)Barriers to service (what caregivers say vs. what CACs say) (21:35)Government funding for child advocates (27:47)Other research needs (31:24)The EU and the Barnahus model (42:47)Our next episode (45:12)Links:James Herbert, Ph.D., is a senior research fellow at the Australian Centre for Child Protection at the University of South Australia“Better together? A review of evidence for multi-disciplinary teams responding to physical and sexual child abuse,” Herbert, JL & Bromfield, L (2019), Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, vol. 20, no. 2, pp. 228–15.Barnahus modelFor more information about National Children's Alliance and the work of Children's Advocacy Centers, visit our website at NationalChildrensAlliance.org. Or visit our podcast website at OneInTenPodcast.org. And join us on Facebook at One in Ten podcast.Support the show (https://www.nationalchildrensalliance.org/donate-now/)

Online Genius Podcast
EP 252: What Are Barriers To Entry?

Online Genius Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 14:48


In today's marketing fundamentals episode, we're talking about an important economic concept: barriers to entry. These are factors that make it more difficult for a newcomer to enter a market. Barriers to entry protect existing businesses from competition and tend to allow monopolistic pricing. Let's dive in and discuss why you need to create barriers to entry in your online business. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN IN TODAY'S EPISODE: Where barriers to entry are high, you tend to have higher prices and profits Where barriers to entry are low, you have to bring prices down because of competition Regulatory and professional requirements are examples of barriers to entry High start-up costs in a market create a barrier to entry Switching costs are another type of barrier to entry (e.g., banking) Technology requirements can create also a barrier to entry In the online space, there aren't many barriers to entry — this means it's easier for you to get started but it's also easy for your competitors One way switching costs show up in the online marketing space is technology You need to create barriers to entry in your business to help you protect it One way to do this is customer loyalty Another way is via technology (for example, I created legal agreement generators, which creates a type of barrier to entry for potential competitors) Another example of a barrier to entry is creating a repository of assets that would make it difficult for anyone to catch up with you (for example, I created my FREE training program BADA$$ Online Marketing University) RESOURCES IN TODAY'S EPISODE: BADA$$ Online Marketing University Free Privacy Policy BADA$$ Online Marketers Follow Bobby on Instagram

Dr. Pot Liquor
Barriers to the attitude of gratitude

Dr. Pot Liquor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 17:32


What stops us from being grateful? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/drjoi/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/drjoi/support

The Agenda with Steve Paikin (Audio)
Addressing Barriers Facing Black Youth

The Agenda with Steve Paikin (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 22:41


York University has launched a new initiative with the aim of enhancing the representation of Black youth at universities across Canada. Professor Carl James, York University's Jean Augustine Chair in Education, Community and Diaspora in the Faculty of Education; and Aliya Clarke, an undergraduate student at McMaster University, join Steve Paikin to discuss the barriers faced by Black youth in high schools and how this initiative could address the inequities in the education system. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

FP's First Person
A Judoka Breaks Barriers

FP's First Person

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 42:15


Foreign Policy recommends: The Long Game This week on FP Playlist, we feature Foreign Policy Studios' newest series, The Long Game. Each week, host Ibtihaj Muhammad tells harrowing stories of courage and conviction, both on and off the court. The Long Game host Ibtihaj sat down with FP Playlist to discuss the first female to represent Afghanistan in the Olympic games. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Alcohol-Free Lifestyle
Barriers To Entry: Hear Current Project 90 Members Talk About Why They Joined Us and How They Wish They Had Done It Sooner

Alcohol-Free Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 51:41


When we know we have an issue with alcohol, why don't we address it right away? As high performers, we usually are great at problem-solving. The thoughts you're having are not uncommon, as you will hear in this coaching call. They had the same barriers to entry as you, and will help you overcome them. Whether you call it getting sober, becoming alcohol-free, you will hear from our current members as to why breaking their alcohol habit is leading them to living their best lives!     ★ - (Free Guide) The Alcohol Freedom Formula For Over 40s Entrepreneurs & Business Professionals: https://www.alcoholfreelifestyle.com/guide ★ - (Free 35-min Call) Book a complimentary booze-busting call with James's professional coaches to see if, or how, we can support you in your alcohol-free journey: https://www.alcoholfreelifestyle.com/schedule ★ - (Liver Cleanse) Natural supplements to support you on your alcohol-free journey: https://www.swanvitality.com/collections/all ★ - (Positive Shift Journal) The gratitude journal James designed to help his clients reduce stress and anxiety: positiveshiftjournal.com 

KeyLIME
[340] Methods Consult #9 on Mixed Methods

KeyLIME

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 28:31


Episode length: 28:30   Selected Readings and Resources for Mixed Methods Research   Recommended Journals for Methods and Exemplar Studies Journal of Mixed Method Research  International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches  Professional Organizations and Mixed Methods Communities The American Education Research Association (AERA) Mixed Methods Special Interest Group (SIG) The Mixed Methods International Research Association (MMIRA) Select Methods Articles Johnson, R. B., Onwuegbuzie, A. J., & Turner, L. A. (2007). Toward a definition of mixed methods research. Journal of mixed methods research, 1(2), 112-133. Creswell, J. W., Klassen, A. C., Plano Clark, V. L., & Smith, K. C. (2011). Best practices for mixed methods research in the health sciences. Bethesda (Maryland): National Institutes of Health, 2013, 541-545. Guetterman, T. C., Molina-Azorin, J. F., & Fetters, M. D. (2020). Virtual special issue on “integration in mixed methods research”. Journal of mixed methods research Bryman, A. (2007). Barriers to integrating quantitative and qualitative research. Journal of mixed methods research, 1(1), 8-22. Fàbregues, S., Molina-Azorin, J. F., & Fetters, M. D. (2021). Virtual special issue on “quality in mixed methods research”. Journal of mixed methods research Maxwell, J. A. (2016). Expanding the history and range of mixed methods research. Journal of mixed methods research, 10(1), 12-27.   Mixed Methods Webinars Mixed Methods International Research Association https://www.ualberta.ca/international-institute-for-qualitative-methodology/webinars/mixed-methods-webinar/index.html AHRQ Advanced Methods Webinars: Integrating Mixed Methods in Health Services and Delivery System Research https://youtu.be/SmP2znJLZs4   Follow our co-hosts on Twitter! Jason R. Frank: @drjfrank  Jonathan Sherbino: @sherbino  Linda Snell: @LindaSMedEd  Lara Varpio: @LaraVarpio Lara Varpio's Disclaimer: The views expressed in this manuscript are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the Uniformed Services University of the Unites States Department of Defense.  Want to learn more about KeyLIME? Click here! Full transcript for this Episode is available upon request.

Behind The Binge
#23 Overcoming Body Image Barriers to Find Binge Freedom for Good!

Behind The Binge

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 32:07


It's almost the end of 2022, can you believe it? Are you ready to overcome binge eating? Ready to pursue positive health without stalking the scale? Well, today's episode is for you! In this episode, I share 3 body image barriers to overcome that are keeping you from binge freedom. I also tell you all about my latest course and BLACK Friday special. You won't want to miss it! To get those details now - head over to behindthebinge.com/bodyimage Listen in to learn more : How to Get specific on Why you want binge freedom and what your goals are. Redefining what being “healthy” means and what are your values when it comes to health and wellness How to manage comments from family and friends as well as weight stigma? All the details on my new course, Overcoming your Body Image Barriers to Binge Freedom, AND my Black Friday Special! What's so special is that I am launching this course for Black Friday LIVE for 3-days where I will teach the materials in real with a Q&A at the end of each so you can get clarity straight from me to take what you learned in each live lesson and apply it to your life. The training will happen live on the Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday after Thanksgiving, (November 29 - December 1) You will also get the course recordings to keep for LIFE with any updates I make to it! I don't think I've ever offered a lifetime resource this valuable. This is only happening ONE TIME live where usually only my coaching clients get live access to me like this, so let's prepare you for a life free from your war with food and your body in 2022! Resources: Don't forget to check out my newest course, Overcoming Your Body Image Barriers to Binge Freedom - behindthebinge.com/bodyimage Behind the Binge Academy - https://makainutrition.com/behindthebingeacademy/

Sunny Side Up Nutrition
Access and Barriers to True Wellness in the Fitness Industry with Bianca Russo

Sunny Side Up Nutrition

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 25:55


In this episode, Anna Mackay and Elizabeth Davenport are joined by Bianca Russo, the owner of Bianca Russo Fitness which is a fitness community where you can be physically active in the absence of unsolicited diet-talk and weight-loss talk. She also implements Health at Every Size® principles. Her marginalized queer identity is the voice behind all of her training. We highlight access and barriers to wellness in the fitness industry. We also discuss:  Fatphobia and ableism as barriers to accessing health through fitness  Ways to push back on the fitness culture narrative that is primarily centered around weight loss Weight stigma in the fitness world How we can move toward a world where someone in a marginalized body can access mainstream fitness and there isn't an automatic assumption that the person is there to pursue weight loss What would happen if the fitness industry transitioned into the world of HAES®? What would happen to industry profits?  Thoughts on body positivity HAES pledge-signer, Bianca Russo, is a NASM certified personal trainer. She's based in Washington, D.C. but works exclusively online for a specific community: plus-sized LGBTQIA2S+ humans. Bianca's delivery of fitness coaching is filtered with an awareness of trauma and eating disorders with the intention of empowering survivors to focus on changing their approach to fitness instead of changing their bodies. This holistic space promises that accommodations are always available and that sliding scale is an option for those who request it. Follow @biancarussofitness on Instagram or reach out through the website: www.biancarussofitness.com  Links:  Bianca Russo Fitness Justice Roe's Instagram account Ilya Parker's Instagram account Jesamyn Stanley Bodies are Cool  Sunny Side Up Nutrition Podcast  Lutz, Alexander & Associates Nutrition Therapy Pinney Davenport Nutrition

Alliance Community Fellowship Podcast
11-07-21-Barriers_To_Generosity

Alliance Community Fellowship Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 32:29


SBS World News Radio
Understanding the different barriers for family violence survivors

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 3:18


Advocates say women from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds may experience different barriers when it comes to getting support.

Knowing Her Sexually
Rebuilding Her Trust, with Jessica McCleese

Knowing Her Sexually

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 17:57


With Chris out today, Dr. Jessica McCleese joins J to discuss how a husband who may have mishandled sexual intimacy in the marriage before can rebuild his wife's trust in the bedroom and beyond. Resources Dr. Jessica McCleese's website FREE webinars with Jessica and J. Parker: Let's Talk About Talking Dirty and Negative Teaching About Sex: How It's Hurt Your Marriage and What to Do About It Two Words That Could Change the Course of Sex in Your Marriage - Hot, Holy & Humorous Are You Listening to What Your Spouse Says about Sex? - Hot, Holy & Humorous 3 Barriers to Communicating with Your Spouse about Sex - Hot, Holy & Humorous Pillow Talk: 40 Conversations about Sex for Married Couples by J. Parker Rebuilding His Trust - The Forgiven Wife He Doesn't Care About Progress. He Just Wants Results. - The Forgiven Wife This Week's Takeaway Ask your wife the three questions posed by Dr. Jessica McCleese, even weekly until your wife feels your trustworthiness. Visit our website: khsministry.com

Breaking Business Barriers
Breaking Business Barriers Ep 108 interview with Josh DeBlase

Breaking Business Barriers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 42:49


Josh DeBlase joins Brent Duhaime and Jared Tye on this episode of Breaking Business Barriers. As most entrepreneurs that we've interviewed, Josh had to work for everything that he's received. In other words, he had his fair share of head winds but stayed the course as a results driven individual. There's no hill too big for climbers. Josh openly shares his story, life challenges and the importance of family and trust.

Back to Work
555: The Accretion of Non-Essential Things

Back to Work

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 95:01


DISCUSSED: Dad stuff; flying too close to the smart home sun; appreciating the magic of Wes Anderson; the virtues of UPS battery backup; and, finally, Merlin starts tentatively sketching a unified field theory for rethinking how we think about and use space.

5by5 Master Audio Feed
Back to Work 555: The Accretion of Non-Essential Things

5by5 Master Audio Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 95:01


DISCUSSED: Dad stuff; flying too close to the smart home sun; appreciating the magic of Wes Anderson; the virtues of UPS battery backup; and, finally, Merlin starts tentatively sketching a unified field theory for rethinking how we think about and use space.

5by5 Master Audio Feed
Back to Work 555: The Accretion of Non-Essential Things

5by5 Master Audio Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 95:01


DISCUSSED: Dad stuff; flying too close to the smart home sun; appreciating the magic of Wes Anderson; the virtues of UPS battery backup; and, finally, Merlin starts tentatively sketching a unified field theory for rethinking how we think about and use space.

5by5 Master Audio Feed
Back to Work 555: The Accretion of Non-Essential Things

5by5 Master Audio Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 95:01


DISCUSSED: Dad stuff; flying too close to the smart home sun; appreciating the magic of Wes Anderson; the virtues of UPS battery backup; and, finally, Merlin starts tentatively sketching a unified field theory for rethinking how we think about and use space.

Boundless Way Temple Dharmacast
Melissa Blacker - The Three Barriers

Boundless Way Temple Dharmacast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 22:58


Dharma talk by Melissa Myozen Blacker, Roshi on November 16, 2021

The Abundant Accountant
Episode 76 | Top 5 Sales Beliefs That Are Holding You Back: Overcoming The Barriers To Becoming A 6 -7 Figure Firm With Denise Mandeau

The Abundant Accountant

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 32:30


Some of the things we believe in are holding us back from growing and succeeding. In this episode Michelle Weinstein discusses the top five sales beliefs that are holding you back from getting to a six or seven figure firm with business growth strategist, Denise Mandeau. Denise explains the concept of shifting your perspective to a clearer vision and energy. It's time to discover a wide range of possibilities that exist in your organization and explore strategies to help you reach your desired destination. Listen to this episode and take the ultimate step to get where you want to be! Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! https://theabundantaccountant.com/

Poetry Unbound
Darrel Alejandro Holnes — Amending Wall

Poetry Unbound

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 17:08


In a poem that directly addresses Robert Frost's “Mending Wall,” Darrel Alejandro Holnes asks questions: who gets to build walls, or guard borders?. Do good fences really make good neighbors? Taking a poem that's been part of an American imagination both of poetry and of citizenship, Darrel offers a critique that places contemporary migrant experiences at the center, challenging contemporary ideas of territory, conquest, and expansion.Darrel Alejandro Holnes is the author of Stepmotherland & Migrant Psalms. Holnes is an Afro-Panamanian American writer, performer, and educator. His writing has been published in English, Spanish, and French in literary journals, anthologies, and other books worldwide and online. He also writes for the stage. Most of his writing centers on love, family, race, immigration, and joy. He works as a college professor in New York City, NY.Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org.

180PODCAST
E170: Developing the Future Workforce and Removing Employment Barriers

180PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 16:30


From the "Best of" 180PODCAST: This episode features an interview with Michael Simpson, Co-Founder and CEO of PAIRIN, as he discusses how his organization helps increase equity in the hiring process, and uses friendly science to personalize career exploration, hiring, and professional development by measuring and developing the soft skills that matter. 

Soul Revival Podcast
Barriers to Blessings

Soul Revival Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 43:37


We face a lot of barriers to blessings in our lives, but God can change those barriers to blessings… if we let him. But how? Check out the series finale of “This Is Us” to find out how. Soul Revival Church: https://soulrevival.church

Big Kat Lounge
Break Mindset Barriers with Bobby Dsouza

Big Kat Lounge

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 21:50


Today's guest is a person who completely connects to humans authentically. He can forge relationships and build connections right away. He understands the struggles of everyday people and through his conversations, podcast, mastermind classes, interactions you can witness his leadership at hand. As speakers we were all used to speaking in person and not virtually. The natural connection can never be replaced. As of this recording he was able to reach over 156 organizations. There is a lack of courage, too much fear going around in the world with a lot of stories. We shouldn't make things worse than it is. Whether it's a health issue, people get scared and stop taking positive action. People build on courage, pause, reflect and take massive action to do the best they can. Bobby Dsouza and I touched upon leadership, a hybrid model for when we come back into the office and much more. Small steps will never despise small beginnings. It's so easy to move to the bed or go to the couch and sleep when working from home. Every action we take has a significant impact for the future. One key takeaway from our lounge talk with Bobby was the importance of having a trusted guide or mentor at an early age. The type of people you have in your life is crucial. You have to surround yourself with the right people and be intentional. Bobby Dsouza fell a lot of times and made a lot of mistakes which can be found further in his Fallen to Rise book on Amazon. Fallen to Rise book: https://www.amazon.in/Fallen-rise-Bobby-Dsouza/dp/B07N44VZYY Bobby Dsouza Inspires Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/4ZFwvQ2lkfb3QUsPyS0alc?si=pdSJxsW-S4e6Gxe3MPoHHw&dl_branch=1 To listen to this episode and all other Big Kat Lounge talks head to linktr.ee/bigkatlounge #motivationalspeaker #virtual #keynote #engaging #team #inspire #barriers #mindsets #performance #bobbydsouza #bigkatlounge --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Real Estate Without Renters with Kevin Shortle

Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! https://www.kevinshortle.com/podcasts/In this episode, Kevin details out the barriers to entry into the note investing industry. After listening, you will wonder if they are really barriers at all.Learn more about Kevin and Note investing by visiting his website or buying his #1 Best Seller, Real Estate Without Renters, on Amazon.

Breaking Business Barriers
BREAKING BUSINESS BARRIERS Interviews Jayme Wait

Breaking Business Barriers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 25:45


Jayme has goals and ambitions second to none. Successful entrepreneurs make significant sacrifices and Jayme shares his. Financial freedom has costs and investments - all come with a deep commitment to success. Jayme lays it on the line for all of us to hear. Enjoy.

5by5 Master Audio Feed
Back to Work 554: Not the Water's Problem

5by5 Master Audio Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 50:31


DISCUSSED: please stop changing the clocks; our kids are not us; the people of England have spoiled or corrupted several very good words; The Ellis Island Bit; surnames mean things; getting pelted with rocks and garbage; a Michael Penn playlist for 1 to 3.5 of you jackals; some Mad Max talk; it's always two things with Kevin Kelly; and, finally, some Marvel talk.

5by5 Master Audio Feed
Back to Work 554: Not the Water's Problem

5by5 Master Audio Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 50:31


DISCUSSED: please stop changing the clocks; our kids are not us; the people of England have spoiled or corrupted several very good words; The Ellis Island Bit; surnames mean things; getting pelted with rocks and garbage; a Michael Penn playlist for 1 to 3.5 of you jackals; some Mad Max talk; it's always two things with Kevin Kelly; and, finally, some Marvel talk.

5by5 Master Audio Feed
Back to Work 554: Not the Water's Problem

5by5 Master Audio Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 50:31


DISCUSSED: please stop changing the clocks; our kids are not us; the people of England have spoiled or corrupted several very good words; The Ellis Island Bit; surnames mean things; getting pelted with rocks and garbage; a Michael Penn playlist for 1 to 3.5 of you jackals; some Mad Max talk; it's always two things with Kevin Kelly; and, finally, some Marvel talk.

Back to Work
554: Not the Water's Problem

Back to Work

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 50:31


DISCUSSED: please stop changing the clocks; our kids are not us; the people of England have spoiled or corrupted several very good words; The Ellis Island Bit; surnames mean things; getting pelted with rocks and garbage; a Michael Penn playlist for 1 to 3.5 of you jackals; some Mad Max talk; it's always two things with Kevin Kelly; and, finally, some Marvel talk.

Parity Podcast
The World Is Bigger Than Your Backyard, Interview of Tracy J. Edmonds

Parity Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 65:44


In this episode, Tracy J. Edmonds, the author of Wild Hair and the owner of TJE Coaching and Consulting, explains how authenticity can disrupt gender bias, help us connect with others, and transform women into more effective and visible leaders.  Subscribe!  Time-stamped show notes are below.    Intro 1:20  Tracy J. Edmonds is a mom, coach, consultant, and author of Wild Hair   Episode Breakdown 1:55 In today's episode we discuss: What is authenticity and how do we discover who we are How does authenticity impact leadership, working moms, vulnerability, and workplace culture How does authenticity relate to each element of the Parity Prescription and practical advice for listeners striving to be authentic at work   Who is Tracy J. Edmonds? 2:35 Recovering corporate soldier, 31 year corporate veteran, former Chief Diversity Officer of Fortune 500 company 2:53 Pivoting to entrepreneurship and unlearning in order to chart a new path 3:00 Now coaches women and offers diversity consulting - TJE Coaching & Consulting, LLC   What is authenticity? 3:30 Important for women to be authentic but it is challenging in male-dominated organizations and industries 4:00 Definitions of authentic, Webster's definition 4:12 Authenticity is also being true to yourself 4:40 We all have different lived experiences and being true to ourselves is different for each of us   How do we discover our own authenticity? 5:15 Discovering your own authenticity is challenging 5:30 Don't assume that you know who you are 5:54 We are often defined by expectations of others  6:16 Discovering your own authenticity is a journey and takes time 6:20 4 principles of authenticity Self honesty - look internally about who you are and what you want Courage - how do you put your fear in action Confidence - have a healthy respect for who you are and your abilities Resilience - stay the course over a lifetime 7:50 Tracy's motivation to write Wild Hair 8:55 Tracy's moments of dissonance or disagreements between her authentic self and what was expected of her 9:15 Tracy straightened her hair for many years  10:25 As the Chief Diversity Officer, she decided to make a change and wear her hair naturally - this was Tracy's “wild hair moment” 10:55 Tracy's actions were freeing for many women, particularly Black women  11:50 Too much emphasis on women's appearances and impact of COVID 12:45 COVID created chaos but that gives us the opportunity to make change    How does authenticity impact leadership, working moms, vulnerability, and workplace culture? 14:40 People rate women highly on leadership skills but men recieve more leadership roles 15:00 Authentic leadership can help women be seen inside organizations and disrupt unconscious bias 15:45 Women don't need to check the box for all requirements to lean in and seek leadership opportunities 17:00 It is empowering for women to think about:  What is it that I do that no one else can?  What makes me unique?  What impact can I make through what I have and what I do?  18:30 Increased focus on mothers due to COVID 19:05 Understanding your own authenticity can help you navigate motherhood/parenthood 19:45 Story of woman preparing for maternity leave 20:55 Greatest challenge is when we're out of integrity with ourselves (ie, working instead of attending a baseball game or vice versa) 21:40 Easy for us to “lose ourselves” as we struggle to keep up with work and personal life 23:10 Navigating careers and work-life balance is easier when there are male allies providing support 23:42 Importance of vulnerability in being authentic 24:50 Only be vulnerable when it adds value - being overly vulnerable or giving TMI can be harmful 25:30 Underrepresented groups have more on the line than others so we need to be careful about vulnerability 26:23 Being authentically vulnerable can create authentic connections 28:23 Tips for being vulnerable: Always add value when seeking new connections Give context to your story Speak a universal truth  30:35 When is it time to leave your job? Consider, what are your goals/values and can your organization help you meet those goals/values 30:45 Changing culture is challenging to execute and takes time 34:20 Maya Angelou quote: “When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time.” 34:25 Great Resignation: We can't unsee what we saw and unlearn progress like acceleration of digitization and success of WFH. 36:33 COVID caused us to reprioritize our lives 37:02 Work is an activity and not a place   How does authenticity relate to each element of the Parity Prescription and practical advice for listeners striving to be authentic at work? 38:50 The Parity Prescription is: Stop Trying to Change Women Create Diverse Teams Recognize Unconscious Bias Intentionally Include Partner with Men as Allies Talk About the Issues 39:27 How can women resist the very real pressure to conform? 40:45 Many women feel pressure to conform - don't work where you are “less than” or must conform, but have a plan before walking out the door 42:00 When women are on boards and in senior leadership roles, organizations have better financial outcomes 42:27 Men can be terrific allies and are often those men with daughters or who are married to BIPOC women 43:10 Tips to detect pressure to conform 44:40 We all show up in different ways and leaders don't always look the same 45:00 Example of woman who conformed and modeled the behavior of men to get to the top but it took her 2x as long as her male peers 46:25 Women experience unconscious bias in different ways  47:18 Black women have additional unconscious biases to navigate - intersectionality is a challenge  48:18 Trust can be a challenge for women at work 50:30 Story of how authenticity can disrupt unconscious bias 52:57 Practical tips to increase inclusion Remember that the world is bigger than your backyard Work with different people Make sure the introverts have space to speak up on calls Be willing to be vulnerable Have a learning mindset 56:18 Effective male allies need to be vulnerable and admit that they don't know everything; reflect on times when they were in a group, didn't fit in, and they knew it. 59:55 The shadow of top leaders creates culture and they need to set the tone so that it is ok to talk about the issues   Where You Can Find Us Website: www.par-ity.com  Follow us on Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn Co-Hosts: Deborah Pollack-Milgate and Cathy Nestrick  Today's Guest:  Tracy J. Edmonds Email CathyAndDeborah@par-ity.com with questions or comments

The Writers’ Co-op
Limiting Beliefs: Removing Mindset Barriers

The Writers’ Co-op

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 25:27


We're back, this time digging into limiting beliefs. These are beliefs that get in the way of you achieving what you want to achieve; usually, they come from people other than ourselves. They can be stereotype-based ("starving artists don't make money!"), fear-based ("there's not enough work out there for all of us") and can come from our upbringing or culture (ie: freelancing isn't a "real" job). We all live with dozens of limiting beliefs, but when they start to get in the way of our goals it can be frustrating. This episode is focused on practical tools and questions you can ask to get yourself out of a limiting belief's grasp. How? By looking for evidence to support and challenge the belief, just like how we, as curious writers, address much of our work. You can challenge yourself in this way while journaling, in conversation with a friend, or in a coaching relationship. It's a powerful process, and we'll walk you through it in today's episode. Patreon listeners get access to episodes two weeks early this season, plus they'll get a list of questions to ask when you encounter limiting beliefs. Join now: https://www.patreon.com/twcpod Our online courses on business planning can be a great place to start this mindset work. Dig into your values, consider your ideal vision for your business, and walk away with practical tools to implement. Register here: https://the-writers-co-op-academy.teachable.com/

Order Up
Healthcare Access in the Hospitality Industry

Order Up

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 26:22


Over the past 18 months, healthcare has been a focal point of conversation as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Often, the barrier to receiving healthcare isn't just affordability, but accessibility as well.  Today on Order Up, Kimberlee Vandervoorn, Vice President of Consumer Solutions at UnitedHealth Group, joins us to discuss the number of reasons hospitality workers are at an increased risk of health concerns and how UHG is creating access to healthcare resources with programs like Teladoc. (01:12) - Something for everyone (02:09) - The state of health and wellness (04:42) - Barriers to healthcare (10:00) -https://restaurant.org/membership/reopening-marketplace/teladoc ( Teladoc) (18:11) -https://www.activeminds.org/ ( Active Minds) (23:14) - There is help out there This podcast is not intended to provide medical or legal advice.  Given the rapidly evolving nature of the pandemic, guidance may change as our understanding of unique challenges that COVID-19 poses within each country, state, and locality evolves. The views expressed in this podcast are solely those of the speaker and do not necessarily represent the opinions of the National Restaurant Association (Association) and its affiliates. The Association does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or suitability of any information offered, and the listener is encouraged to do their own research and consider the applicability and suitability of the information provided for their own individual circumstances. If you'd like to receive new episodes as they're published, please subscribe to https://www.restaurant.org/events/learning/podcasts/order-up (Order Up) in https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/order-up/id1511211971 (Apple Podcasts), https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zaW1wbGVjYXN0LmNvbS9IcFhHRHhqVQ (Google Podcasts), https://open.spotify.com/show/3SOAkud8tkbaLCaU8W4Ne5 (Spotify) or wherever you get your podcasts. If you enjoyed this episode, please consider leaving a review in https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/order-up/id1511211971 (Apple Podcasts). It really helps others find the show. https://www.dante32.com/ (Podcast episode production by Dante32.)

Black, Married & Debt Free
(EP - 120 BONUS) BARRIERS TO HOME OWNERSHIP | CONVERSATION WITH WELLS FARGO

Black, Married & Debt Free

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 8:25


(EP - 120 BONUS) BARRIERS TO HOME OWNERSHIP | CONVERSATION WITH WELLS FARGO --> SUPPORT THE PODCAST --> Debt Free Masterclass --> Black Owned Apparel --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blackmarrieddebtfree/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blackmarrieddebtfree/support

KeyLIME
[337] Mind the Epistemic Gap: Does Med ed Suffer from Academic Flow Obstruction?

KeyLIME

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 48:18


Episode length: 48:17 Authors: Albert et. al. Publication details: Barriers to cross-disciplinary knowledge flow: The case of medical education research Perspect Med Educ. 2021 Oct 14. Online ahead of print. View the abstract here Follow our co-hosts on Twitter! Jason R. Frank: @drjfrank  Jonathan Sherbino: @sherbino  Linda Snell: @LindaSMedEd  Want to learn more about KeyLIME? Click here! A transcript of this episode is available upon request.

Gemba Academy Podcast: Lean Manufacturing | Lean Office | Six Sigma | Toyota Kata | Productivity | Leadership
GA 396 | The Barriers to Developing a Lean Culture with Sara Ann Todd

Gemba Academy Podcast: Lean Manufacturing | Lean Office | Six Sigma | Toyota Kata | Productivity | Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 31:45


This week's guest is Sara Ann Todd. Sara shared her thoughts on continuous improvement and organizational culture, specifically creating a culture of lean. She and Ron also discussed Respect for People, dealing with self-doubt, and more. An MP3 audio version of this episode is available for download here. In this episode you'll learn:  Sara's favorite quote (2:34) Sara's background (4:13) How to develop a lean culture (6:09) Dealing with a lack of support from leadership (9:19) Some of the barriers to developing a lean culture (11:03) A setback Sara has experienced as a practitioner (12:16) Sara's approach to coaching (14:33) What Respect for People means to Sara (21:14) What to do when a team member lacks confidence (24:17) Advice for those just getting started (26:38) Podcast Resources Right Click to Download this Podcast as an MP3 Sara Ann Todd on LinkedIn What Do You Think? How do you address a lack of lean support from leadership? What can be done?

The PedsDocTalk Podcast
94: Infant and child sleep and cultural barriers

The PedsDocTalk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 20:02


On this episode I welcome Diana Martins, certified sleep consultant.  Find her on Instagram @weesleep_diana. We discuss: Understanding your “why” with sleep trainingCultural barriers in sleep educationCommunicating with grandparents regarding your sleep choices

Back to Work
553: Bioavailable Chambers of Flexibility

Back to Work

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 64:48


This is what happens when Merlin stays up til 2 a.m. watching a movie and then has to record a podcast at 9 a.m. Because, your day is a continuum.

The John Batchelor Show
1815: #NewWorldReport: Science researchers in Latin America and the barriers worldwide. Senadora Maria Fernanda Cabal. @MariaFdaCabal (on leave) Joseph Humire @JMHumire @SecureFreeSoc

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 6:40


Photo:  Ancient science in Latin America. Ingapirca, Ecuador, Caħari ruins: astrononical stone (left), tomb (right) and reconstructed house (background). The top of the huanca is carved in such a way, that on June 21st ('winter' solstice), the shadows formed when the sun directly hits the stone, are in the shape of a puma, condor and snake, which were sacred animals to the Cañaris #NewWorldReport: Science researchers in Latin America and the barriers worldwide.  Senadora Maria Fernanda Cabal. @MariaFdaCabal (on leave) Joseph Humire @JMHumire @SecureFreeSoc https://www.securefreesociety.org .. Permissions: Ingapirca, Ecuador, Caħari ruins: astrononical stone (left), tomb (right) and reconstructed house (background). The top of the huanca is carved in such a way, that on June 21st ('winter' solstice), the shadows formed when the sun directly hits the stone, are in the shape of a puma, condor and snake, which were sacred animals to the Cañaris 10 April 2010  /  Source | Own work  /  Author | Cayambe  This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license. | You are free: to share – to copy, distribute and transmit the work; to remix – to adapt the workUnder the following conditions: attribution – You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use.

Back to Work
552: Youth is the Anomaly

Back to Work

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 90:27


Dan has all the waiters singing at him, and Merlin tries to buy the non-existent SIMS 4 for the Mac. Main topic is considering how best to set up a device that provides structure and motivation without all that beeping, beeping, beeping.