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You Were Made for This
186: Thankful for Life After Death

You Were Made for This

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 33:48


My friend Larry Goring died 2 months ago after a nine-month battle with cancer. He was only 73, and I miss him greatly. Larry was one of the original board members of our missionary care ministry, Caring for Others, and was always a great encouragement to me. His wife Jill gave me permission to share some of the details following Larry's death that I want to share with you. I'm doing so because here in November 2022, the month we celebrate Thanksgiving, Jill's response shows us how we can be thankful for life after death. What she did for Larry's funeral service is quite encouraging, and I thought you would appreciate a little encouragement today. But before I tell you what Jill did, here's what this podcast is all about. Welcome to You Were Made for This If you find yourself wanting more from your relationships, you've come to the right place. Here you'll discover practical principles you can use to experience the life-giving relationships you were made for. I'm your host, John Certalic, award-winning author and relationship coach, here to help you find more joy in the relationships God designed for you. To access all past and future episodes, go to the bottom of this page, enter your name and email address, then click on the follow or subscribe button. The episodes are organized chronologically and are also searchable by topics, categories, and keywords. Thankful for Life After Death Thank you, Carol. I'll start by reading part of the email Janet and I received from Jill, the night Larry died at home, surrounded by Jill and their two adult children. “We are grief-stricken. At the same time, we are so thankful that he is pain-free and joy-filled and enjoying the glories of heaven, meeting his savior, reuniting with his parents, his brother-in-law, my nephew, and so many other dear ones. We are grateful for what the Lord Jesus did to make this possible. We were sitting with him and playing one of the many songs he loves [The Holy City] when he took his last breath. “Everywhere we turn in the house makes us weep with his absence. We wish we could just sit and cry and hug all of you who loved him. Thank you for your prayers.” The burial service Twelve days later Jill wrote: “Tomorrow it will be a week since Larry's burial service. It crushes my heart to write those words. “We gathered for some family time at the funeral home, and whoever wanted to read a verse took a printed one before we crossed the street to the cemetery. “At the graveside, all we did was read these Scriptures. “Each voice was loud and clear with not a single stumble—from the eight-year-old to the teenagers to the nieces and nephews and us older ones. It was powerfully comforting. “Tonight—my first night home alone--I am reading them again. As I will do over and over again. I hope you are blessed by them. “Thank you again for your prayers. Jill” Scriptures that assure us of life after death Several weeks later when Jill was visiting us in our home, she told us more about Larry's burial service. 15- 20 people gathered around the gravesite, ranging in ages from 8 to 73. Jill had printed scripture verses on 5x7 notecards that spoke of life after death and the encouragement we can draw from them. Anyone who wanted to read the Bible verses could do so. Here are the verses people read standing around the gravesite. I hope you can picture the scene. May they give those of us with a relationship with Jesus great comfort, both now, and for when our time on earth comes to an end. John 3:16-17 [Jesus talking to the religious teacher Nicodemus] God loved the world so much that He gave his one and only Son, so that everyone who believes in him will not perish but have eternal life. That's why God sent his son—not to judge the world, but to save the world through him. John 5:24-25 [Jesus' promise] I'm telling you the absolute truth: those who listen to my message and believe in God who sent me have eternal life. They will never be condemned for their sins—in fact, they have already passed from death into life. And I assure you that the time is coming, indeed it's here now, when the dead will hear my voice—the voice of the Son of God. And those who listen will live! Picture someone reading John 11:23-26 [Jesus talking to Mary at her brother Lazarus' grave] Martha said to Jesus, “Lord, if only you had been here, my brother would not have died.  But even now I know that God will give you whatever you ask.” Jesus told her, “Your brother will rise again.” “Yes,” Martha said, “he will rise when everyone else rises, at the last day.” Jesus told her, “I am the resurrection and the life. Anyone who believes in me will live, even after dying.  Everyone who lives in me and believes in me will never ever die. Do you believe this, Martha?” “Yes, Lord,” she told him. “I have always believed you are the Messiah, the Son of God, the one who has come into the world from God.” II Timothy 4:6-8 [some of the apostle Paul's last words as he awaits life after death ] As for me, my life has already been poured out as an offering to God. The time of my death is near.  I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, and I have remained faithful.  And now the prize awaits me—the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will give me on the day of his return. And the prize is not just for me but for all who eagerly look forward to his appearing. I Corinthians 13:11-15 When I was a child, I spoke and thought and reasoned as a child. But when I grew up, I put away childish things. Now we see things imperfectly, like puzzling reflections in a mirror, but then we will see everything with perfect clarity. All that I know now is partial and incomplete, but then I will know everything completely, just as God now knows me completely. Three things will last forever—faith, hope, and love—and the greatest of these is love. II Corinthians 4:16-5:9.  What we know about life after death [The apostle Paul in his second letter to the church at Corinth] [And so] we never give up. Though our bodies are dying, our spirits are being renewed every day. Our present troubles are small and won't last very long. Yet they produce for us a glory that vastly outweighs them and will last forever!  So we don't look at the troubles we can see now; rather, we fix our gaze on things that cannot be seen. Because the things we see now will soon be gone, but the things we cannot see will last forever. We know that when this earthly tent we live in is taken down (that is, when we die and leave this earthly body), we will have a house in heaven, an eternal body made for us by God himself and not by human hands. …While we live in these earthly bodies, we groan and sigh, but it's not that we want to die and get rid of these bodies that clothe us. Rather, we want to put on our new bodies so that these dying bodies will be swallowed up by life.  God himself has prepared us for this, and as a guarantee, he has given us his Holy Spirit. [5:6-9] We're very sure of that, dear friends. We live believing that, even though we can't see it with our eyes. We know that as soon as we leave these earthly bodies—we'll be at home with the Lord! And that's where we'd rather be! But no matter where we are—whether in these bodies or there with him—our goal is to please him. Picture one of the children reading from the following. It's from the apostle Paul and one of his letters to a church he loved dearly. He described Papa's (i.e, what the grandkids called Larry) future & ours: Our earthly bodies are planted in the ground when we die, but they will be raised to live forever. Our bodies are buried in brokenness, but they will be raised in glory. They are buried in weakness, but they will be raised in strength. They are buried as natural human bodies, but they will be raised as spiritual bodies. Because here's the thing, dear brothers and sisters. God has amazing, eternal blessings planned for us. But our physical bodies cannot inherit the Kingdom of God. These dying bodies cannot inherit what will last forever. Our bodies have to be transformed into bodies that will never die; our mortal bodies have to be changed into immortal bodies to experience the eternal blessings God has prepared for us. [That's what's going to happen to Papa and great-grandpa Bartlett and all us ‘left-behind' ones!] Those left behind can be thankful for life after death And for we who are left behind: Listen! Let me tell you a wonderful secret! We may not all die. But we WILL all be transformed. It will happen in a moment—in the blink of an eye-- when the last trumpet is blown. I say ‘in the blink of an eye', because when the trumpet sounds, those who have already died will instantly be raised to live forever! And we who are living will also be immediately transformed. Our bodies will be changed into bodies that never die! Then –then what God promised in His Word long ago will be fulfilled: Death is swallowed up in victory. You think you can hurt us, death? You think you've won? Never! You are conquered forever—through Jesus Christ our Lord. [I Corinthians 15:42-55, 58] So my dear children and grandchildren and mother and sister and brother and in-laws and nieces and nephews: be strong and immovable. Always work enthusiastically for the Lord—because we know that nothing we do for the Lord is ever useless! Romans 6:5, 8-9 Since we have been united with Christ in his death, we will also be raised to life as he was. And since we died with Christ, we know we will also live with him. We are sure of this because Christ was raised from the dead, and he will never die again. Death no longer has any power over him. Parts of Romans 8:18-24 [paraphrase] Just think, friends! We are God's children—His heirs—those He is showering with all His goodness. And in fact we are going to be glorified with Him! And this suffering that we're going through now—it is going to seem like nothing --not even worthy to be mentioned compared with that glory that's ahead. I'm talking about the glory that the whole world will see when God reveals all of us His children--sharing in all His glory! Another reason to be grateful for life after death With eager hope, creation looks forward to the day when it will join God's children in glorious freedom from death and decay.  Right now…all creation is still groaning, as it has been since the fall. And we believers also groan, even though we have the Holy Spirit within us as a foretaste of future glory, because we long for our bodies to be released from sin and suffering. We, too, wait with eager hope for the day when God will give us our full rights as his adopted children, including the new bodies he has promised us. That's the hope God gave us when we were saved! Romans 8:31-39 [Larry loved listening to these verses in his final days.] What shall we say about such wonderful things as these? If God is for us, who can ever be against us?  Since he did not spare even his own Son but gave him up for us all, won't he also give us everything else?  Who dares accuse us whom God has chosen for his own? No one—for God himself has given us right standing with himself.  Who then will condemn us? No one—for Christ Jesus died for us and was raised to life for us, and he is sitting in the place of honor at God's right hand, pleading for us. Can anything ever separate us from Christ's love? Does it mean he no longer loves us if we have trouble or calamity, or are persecuted, or hungry, or destitute, or in danger, or threatened with death?  No, despite all these things, overwhelming victory is ours through Christ, who loved us. And I am convinced that nothing can ever separate us from God's love. Neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither our fears for today nor our worries about tomorrow—not even the powers of hell can separate us from God's love.  No power in the sky above or in the earth below—indeed, nothing in all creation will ever be able to separate us from the love of God that is revealed in Christ Jesus our Lord. Another child reads from Colossians 3:1-4 [the apostle Paul to the church at Colosse; Papa loved these verses] Since you have been raised to new life with Christ, set your sights on the realities of heaven, where Christ sits in the place of honor at God's right hand.  Think about the things of heaven, not the things of earth. Because you died to this life, and your real life is hidden with Christ in God.  And when Christ, who is your life, is revealed to the whole world, you will share in all his glory! Ephesians 3:14-21 [Paul's prayer for the Ephesians; this is our prayer for all of us in the family] When I think of all this, I fall to my knees and pray to the Father, the Creator of everything in heaven and on earth. I pray that from his glorious, unlimited resources he will empower you with inner strength through his Spirit.  Then Christ will make his home in your hearts as you trust in him. Your roots will grow down into God's love and keep you strong. And may you have the power to understand, as all God's people should, how wide, how long, how high, and how deep his love is. May you experience the love of Christ, though it is too great to understand fully. Then you will be made complete with all the fullness of life and power that comes from God. Now all glory to God, who is able, through his mighty power at work within us, to accomplish infinitely more than we might ask or think. Glory to him in the church and in Christ Jesus through all generations forever and ever! Amen. I Thessalonians 4:13-18 [the Apostle Paul explains what will happen to believers who have died] And now, dear brothers and sisters, we want you to know what will happen to the believers who have died so you will not grieve like people who have no hope. [The reason we don't grieve like they do is] because we believe that Jesus died and was raised to life again—so we also believe that when Jesus returns, God will bring back with him the believers who have died. We tell you this directly from the Lord: We who are still living when the Lord returns will not meet him ahead of those who have died. For the Lord himself will come down from heaven with a commanding shout… with the voice of the archangel And with the trumpet call of God. First the believers who have died will rise from their graves. Then, together with them, we who are still alive and remain on the earth will be caught up in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. Then we will be with the Lord forever! So encourage each other with these words. Imagine another child around the gravesite reading from Revelation 21:1-6 [This is what Jesus showed his disciple John, and what Papa and all of us are looking forward to!] Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth, for the old heaven and the old earth had disappeared. And the sea was also gone.  And I saw the holy city, the new Jerusalem, coming down from God out of heaven like a bride beautifully dressed for her husband. I heard a loud shout from the throne, saying, “Look, God's home is now among his people! He will live with them, and they will be his people. God himself will be with them. He will wipe every tear from their eyes, and there will be no more death or sorrow or crying or pain. All these things are gone forever.” And the one sitting on the throne said, “Look, I am making everything new!” And then he said to me, “Write this down, for what I tell you is trustworthy and true.”  And he also said, “It is finished! I am the Alpha and the Omega—the Beginning and the End. To all who are thirsty I will give freely from the springs of the water of life. Parts of Revelation 21 tells about life after death So he took me in the Spirit to a great, high mountain, and he showed me the holy city, Jerusalem, descending out of heaven from God.  It shone with the glory of God and sparkled like a precious stone—like jasper as clear as crystal. The wall was made of jasper, and the city was pure gold, as clear as glass. The twelve gates were made of pearls—each gate from a single pearl! And the main street was pure gold, as clear as glass. I saw no temple in the city, for the Lord God Almighty and the Lamb are its temple.  And the city has no need of sun or moon, for the glory of God illuminates the city, and the Lamb is its light.  The nations will walk in its light, and the kings of the world will enter the city in all their glory. Its gates will never be closed at the end of day because there is no night there. Parts of Revelation 22 [What awaits us in our life after death is more of what Jesus showed his disciple John—the end of the Story!] No longer will there be a curse upon anything. For the throne of God and of the Lamb will be there, and his servants will worship him.  And they will see his face, and his name will be written on their foreheads, and there will be no night there—no need for lamps or sun—for the Lord God will shine on them. And they will reign forever and ever. Then the angel said to me, “Everything you have heard and seen is trustworthy and true. The Lord God, who inspires his prophets, has sent his angel to tell his servants what will happen soon.” And Jesus said: Look, I am coming soon! Yes, I am coming soon! [And we say:] Amen! Come Lord Jesus! I Timothy 6:15-16 At just the right time Christ will be revealed from heaven by the blessed and only almighty God, the King of all kings and Lord of all lords.  He alone can never die, and he lives in light so brilliant that no human can approach him. No human eye has ever seen him, nor ever will. All honor and power to him forever! Amen. Hebrews 13:20-21 Now may the God of peace who brought again from the dead our Lord Jesus, the great shepherd of the sheep, by the blood of the eternal covenant, equip you with everything good that you may do his will, working in us that which is pleasing in his sight, through Jesus Christ, to whom be glory forever and ever. Amen. II Thessalonians 2:16-17 Now may our Lord Jesus Christ himself, and God our Father, who loved us and gave us eternal comfort and good hope through grace, comfort your hearts and establish them in every good work and word. To the King of ages, immortal, invisible, the only God, be honor and glory forever and ever. Amen. Jude 24-25 Now all glory to God, who is able to keep you from falling away and will bring you with great joy into his glorious presence without a single fault. All glory to him who alone is God our Savior, through Jesus Christ our Lord. All glory, majesty, power, and authority are his …before all time …and in the present …and beyond all time! Amen. 1 Passages from New Living Translation and/or the BRE [Bible in Real English—Jill's paraphrase for kids]. All passages were read clearly and distinctly by adults and children as young as 8, with not a single stumbling. It was a huge blessing to hear. So what does all this mean for YOU? How does what you heard today affect how you view death? Your own death? I wonder what you would like said and done at your funeral service. I especially wonder how your relationship with Jesus, or for some of you, lack of relationship with Him, will affect your last days on earth and the people you leave behind. These are important questions to consider. Our life after death depends on how we answer. Here's the main takeaway I hope you remember from today's episode Our relationship with Jesus enables us to be grateful for life after death. Those we leave behind who also have a relationship with Jesus can be comforted by this important truth. We will all be together again one day because Jesus defeated death. Sadly, there are those who refuse this great gift because they don't want a relationship with Jesus. Relationship question of the month. On a lighter note, our relationship question of the month as we move into the Christmas season is this: What joyful memory of Christmas do you have? What is a tradition or event that stands out for you when you think about this holiday? Just go to johncertalic.com/question to record your answer using your phone or computer. With your answer, please include your name and where you're from. It's that simple. If you'd rather give a written answer, just enter it in the Leave a Comment box at the bottom of the show notes. I'll need your response by 5 pm Central time on December 12, 2022. I'll pick several responses to air on one of our episodes before Christmas. Closing In closing, I'd love to hear any thoughts you have about today's episode. I hope you were encouraged by the fact that we can be thankful for Life after death Well, that's it for today. If there's someone in your life you think might like to hear what you just heard, please forward this episode on to them. The link is JohnCertalic.com/186. Or scroll down to the bottom of the show notes for this episode and click on one of the options in the yellow “Share This” bar. And don't forget to spread a little relational sunshine around the people you meet this week. Spark some joy for them. And I'll see you again next time. Goodbye for now. Our Sponsor You Were Made for This is sponsored by Caring for Others, a missionary care ministry. The generosity of people like you supports our ministry. It enables us to continue this weekly podcast and other services we provide to missionaries around the world.

MURDERISH
Trevor Bartlett: “Suicide by friend, or Murder?” | MURDERISH Ep. 123

MURDERISH

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 49:08


What would you be willing to do for your best friend? Tell a lie? Keep their darkest secret? Commit a crime? What if your best friend asked you to take their life? What would you do then?   Trevor Bartlett and Mario Mills were best friends. On cold Wyoming nights, the pair would escape to Mills' garage to drink, smoke and play cards until they could barely stand. Most times, the worst damage was some vomit and a splitting hangover. But on the evening of March 25, 2020, the result was far different. An early morning 911 call drew police to the nondescript home in a quiet residential neighborhood. Inside the garage cops found 37-year-old Trevor Bartlett, a loving father and loyal friend, shot through the head, dead on the cold concrete floor.   Was it a suicide? Murder? Or something else?   Become a MURDERISH | Behind the Mic member and get access to bonus episodes, ad-free episodes and many other exclusive perks. Visit https://www.patreon.com/Murderish to sign up.   Visit Murderish.com for more info about the show and Creator/Host, Jami.   Follow us @MurderishPodcast on Instagram & TikTok, and Facebook.   Sponsors: BetterHelp: Visit BetterHelp.com/MURDERISH and get 10% off your first month. MasterClass: Visit MasterClass.com/MURDERISH to give one annual membership and get one free. Rocket Money: Visit RocketMoney.com/murderish - it could save you hundreds per year. Everlywell: Visit Everlywell.com/murderish for 20% off of an at-home lab test. Shopify: Visit Shopify.com/murderish (all lowercase) to sign up for a free trial and start selling today.   Subscribe to Dirty Money Moves: Women in White Collar Crime in your favorite podcast app! Click here to listen on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dirty-money-moves-women-in-white-collar-crime/id1619521092   Follow Dirty Money Moves on Instagram & TikTok @DirtyMoneyMoves.   Want to advertise on this show? We've partnered with Cloud10 | iHeartRadio to handle our advertising requests. If you're interested in advertising on MURDERISH or Dirty Money Moves: Women in White Collar Crime, send an email to Sahiba Krieger mailto:sahiba@cloud10.fm with a copy to mailto:jami@murderish.com.   Sound design: Justin Hellstrom.   Music: Some of the music featured in this podcast was composed by Nico Vettese of We Talk of Dreams.   Research & Writing: K. Brant.   Remember, listening to this podcast doesn't make you a murderer - it just means you're murder...ish.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Let's Go State
Beau Bartlett - Wrestling Episode 06

Let's Go State

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 9:06


Junior Beau Bartlett joins host Brian Tripp on this week's wrestling episode of the "Let's Go State" podcast. The two discuss Beau's move back to his natural weight class of 141 pounds and how he developed his love for the sport of wrestling. Beau also talks about how he settled on his walkout song Mannish Boy by Muddy Waters.

Securely Attached
77. Staying flexible, present and self-compassionate in early parenthood: Practical mindfulness tools for postpartum mental health with Dr. Kira Bartlett

Securely Attached

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 47:21


While it's wonderful that there is much more talk about postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety, and other perineal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs) than ever before, the flip side of that coin is that sometimes when new parents experience a PMAD after the birth of their child they feel ashamed for not seeing it coming.   The reality is there is nothing you did or didn't do that causes you to have a PMAD. However, there are ways to prepare, and strategies to use during the postpartum period to help you prioritize your mental health.   Joining me this week is Dr. Kira Bartlett, a licensed clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience and the founder and director of A Bridge Home.   Whether or not you have a PMAD, bringing home a new baby is a challenge. You're exhausted, emotional, and often overwhelmed. This episode will teach you mindfulness strategies you can use to help you stay grounded and present during the postpartum period and throughout your child's entire lifespan.   I want to hear from you! Send me a topic you want me to cover or a question you want answered on the show! ✨ DM me on Instagram at @securelyattachedpodcast or @drsarahbren ✨ Send an email to info@drsarahbren.com ✨ And check out drsarahbren.com for more parenting resources 

Monitor Mondays
Winds of Change in the South: No Jubilee with Cotiviti

Monitor Mondays

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 32:24


Along the gulf shores of Mobile Bay in Alabama, at the crack of dawn you might hear shouts of jubilation from early risers there to witness flounder, soft-shell blue crabs, and gulf shrimp beach themselves due to the upward movement of oxygen-deprived bottom waters. The aftermath is a bounty of seafood on the sandy beaches, and hence the local dish known as “jubilee.”Yet when it comes to local healthcare providers dealing with the Recovery Auditor (RA) Cotiviti, there is no jubilance – as you will hear Jennifer Bartlett explain during the next live edition of Monitor Mondays. Bartlett will report on the difficulty she and her team, along with other providers, face as they cope with the vagaries of one of the largest of the RAs in the U.S. Other segments will include these instantly recognizable broadcast features:The RAC Report: Healthcare attorney Knicole Emanuel, partner at the law firm of Practus, will report the latest news about auditors.Risky Business: Healthcare attorney David Glaser, shareholder in the law offices of Fredrikson & Bryon, will join the broadcast with his trademark segment.SDoH Report: Tiffany Ferguson, a subject matter expert on the social determinants of health (SDoH), will report on the news that's happening at the intersection of healthcare regulations and the SDoH.Monday Rounds: Ronald Hirsch, MD, vice president of R1 RCM, will be making his Monday Rounds with another installment of his popular segment.Legislative Update: Cate Brantley, legislative affairs analyst for Zelis, will report on current healthcare legislation.The AnyQuestion App: Stop searching.... start asking.Ask a question, and get video answers from Experts in Health & Wellness, Sports, and more!

Cartels, Conspiracies, and Camarena
Episode 32 -- Testimony v. Facts: Las Americas Hotel and Manuel Bartlett Diaz

Cartels, Conspiracies, and Camarena

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 44:08


As time goes by, finding concrete facts relating to the Camarena case becomes more and more difficult.  In this episode, though, we look at testimony and statements from Godoy and Lopez regarding an alleged meeting at the Las Americas Hotel and a February 7 meeting where it is claimed Manuel Bartlett Diaz was present.  In contrast to the uncorroborated statements of Godoy and Lopez, we look for verifiable facts -- statements, affidavits, pictures, and contemporaneous press reports to question the veracity of those claims.  

Level Up REI Show
Level Up REI Show #60: Rhen Bartlett | The Power of Being Focused and Intentional

Level Up REI Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 32:10


Rhen Bartlett is a serial entrepreneur from Mobile, Alabama. He is the CEO of a successful wholesaling company and he runs an executive coaching program for wholesalers too. He is on the show today to talk about his journey into wholesaling and high-level coaching, and what he has learned along the way. Listen to this episode to learn more about Rhen, his wholesaling career, his coaching techniques, and what he has to say to those who are aspiring to find success in wholesaling too! Key Talking Points of the Episode[00:00] Introduction[00:41] Who is Rhen Bartlett?[02:22] What are Rhen and his partners working on today?[04:05] What shifts did Rhen need to make to adapt to today's market?[06:56] How does Rhen identify what expenses they need to cut?[09:42] What shifts did Rhen have to make from a leadership perspective?[12:30] How are we approaching the last quarter of the year?[14:20] How does Rhen handle data management for cold calling?[19:05] How can you take your wholesaling business to the next level?[20:45] What is Rhen's current dispositions model?[22:45] Which channel is working the most for Rhen's business?[25:43] How is Rhen adjusting their prices?[26:53] What is a novation and when is it reasonable to do one?[29:53] How can you reach out to Rhen?

This Is A Voice
Coaching Austin Butler for Elvis & training teachers - Irene Bartlett returns

This Is A Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 38:16 Transcription Available


What does a movie musical vocal coach do? Singer and pedagogue Irene Bartlett is back to chat with vocal trainers Gillyanne & Jeremy about coaching Austin Butler to sing Elvis in the latest movie, and how she works with singing teachers in the Pedagogy Programme at Griffith University in Brisbane.What was the first thing Irene needed to do when meeting Austin (or any singer) for the first time? (3.00)What is she listening for when working with professional singers? (6.53)How do we know whether a singer has real tension or whether they're adding it "for effect"? (12.00)How do you teach singing teachers to become BETTER singing teachers? We're all in agreement, but on what? Jeremy clarifies (22.40)Why might "the 5 note scale" be a problematic exercise for singers? (24.00 and 25.40)It's an honest conversation between vocal trainers separated by 10,000 miles but together in spirit.Baz Luhrmann's film Elvis with Austin Butler is here https://amzn.to/3E2pWFA Liz Lerman's Critical Response Process book is here https://amzn.to/3t4Jti8 The 5 Days to Better Singing Teaching course online, with voice coaching techniques, vocal articulation exercises and a LOT more for the up-to-date singing teacher is here https://vocal-process-hub.teachable.com/p/5-days-to-better-singing-teaching For the best self-guided learning check out the Vocal Process Learning Lounge - 16 years of vocal coaching resources (over 600 videos) for less than the price of one private singing lesson. Click and scroll down the page for the free previews https://vocal-process-hub.teachable.com/p/the-vocal-technique-learning-lounge For real 1-1 attention on your own voice, book a voice coaching session in the singing studio with Jeremy or Gillyanne https://drgillyannekayesjeremyfisherinspirationsession.as.me/schedule.php If you want to discover if our singing teacher training programme works for YOU, message us - we can share the process for joining Cohort23. Sign up for the Vocal Process newsletter https://vocalprocess.co.uk/build-your-own-tilting-larynx/ We've also got this! ↓ Check out our brand new Voice Journal, written with Rayvox's Oren Boder https://www.rayvox.co.uk/products/voice-journal Find us - follow us on the socials!

Behind The Shield
Brooke Bartlett - Episode 690

Behind The Shield

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 148:21


Brooke Bartlett is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and the founder of The Center for Trauma, Anxiety and Stress. We discuss her journey into psychology, youth athletes, her work in the VA, working with the tacical professions, the unique challenges facing wildland firefighters, post traumatic growth and so much more.

This Is A Voice
What is good singing? Dr Irene Bartlett chats to vocal trainers Gillyanne & Jeremy about vocal health, technique & style

This Is A Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 26:43 Transcription Available


What is good singing? Singer and pedagogue Dr Irene Bartlett joins vocal trainers Gillyanne & Jeremy to talk about good singing, function and style.It's an honest conversation between vocal trainers separated by 10,000 miles but together in spirit.Is it divisive to separate classical, CCM and Musical Theatre music? Irene has a great one-sentence answer to this (2.40)Is there a difference between classical singing lessons and musical theatre singing lessons? How do classical singers react to their first heavy metal, or newbies react to their first opera? It's a fascinating part of the conversation about vocal technique, sound output, performing environment and genre.What happens when you look at a spectrogram of a classical versus a contemporary singer? (5.36 onwards)What do a lot of acoustically trained singers get wrong about working with a mic? (8.10)And what does Irene do first in a singing lesson (that Gillyanne and Jeremy applaud her for)? (10.30)Which “standard” MT vocal technique does Gillyanne think needs a flight correction? (11.19)And why does Jeremy think your “vocal look” isn't relevant in Musical Theatre but is relevant in CCM? (16.45)Tune in to find out!The 5 Days to Better Singing Teaching course online, with voice coaching techniques, vocal articulation exercises and a LOT more for the up-to-date singing teacher is here https://vocal-process-hub.teachable.com/p/5-days-to-better-singing-teachingFor the best self-guided learning check out the Vocal Process Learning Lounge - 16 years of vocal coaching resources (over 600 videos) for less than the price of one private singing lesson. Click and scroll down the page for the free previewshttps://vocal-process-hub.teachable.com/p/the-vocal-technique-learning-loungeFor real 1-1 attention on your own voice, book a voice coaching session in the singing studio with Jeremy or Gillyannehttps://drgillyannekayesjeremyfisherinspirationsession.as.me/schedule.phpIf you want to discover if our singing teacher training programme works for YOU, message us - we can share the process for joining Cohort23.Sign up for the Vocal Process newsletter https://vocalprocess.co.uk/build-your-own-tilting-larynx/We've also got this! ↓The Vocal Process Learning Lounge https://vocal-process-hub.teachable.com/Find us - follow us on the socials!

The Brave Table with Dr. Neeta Bhushan
84. Celebrating Womanhood, Sisterhood, and Owning Total Body Beauty with Desi Bartlett

The Brave Table with Dr. Neeta Bhushan

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 40:26


I've been talking a lot lately about how you need a support posse in your life - that crew that just *gets* you. They see you, they are there for you no matter what, and they are by your side throughout your ups and downs, your seasons of contraction and your expansion phases. And ladies, it is especially important to have gal pals in that posse! We are each other's strongest advocates and when we lift each other up, we are unstoppable! My guest today is all about empowering women to be strong from the inside out through all transitions of life (AND fun side note, she was my prenatal yoga instructor when I was pregnant with Arie!) — the beautiful and magnetic, Desi Bartlett.   Desi has been teaching health and wellness for over 25 years. Her innovative approach to teaching is to tap into one's inner joy and let movement be an outer expression of that state. Desi's inspiring and unique classes have been featured on networks such as ABC, NBC, FOX, Univision, Hallmark, and Lifetime. She has a diverse background in many areas of Fitness & Yoga and has worked as a product director for Gaiam, the group fitness manager for Equinox Santa Monica, and most recently working in a dual role as an executive and global ambassador for Manduka yoga. In her new book, Total Body Beautiful: Secrets to Looking and Feeling Your Best After Age 35, she focuses on helping women through every chapter of life, including pregnancy, new motherhood, premenopause, and menopause.  Here's what we go into in this episode…  - The importance of uplifting the women around you - The shame that women experience around the changes as we mature during different stages of womanhood, from periods to postpartum in pregnancy to menopause - How we can support other women and uplift each other in our lives - How to be more honest in your conversations  - Actionable advice on how to start practicing boundaries If you loved this episode, be sure you check out… - Find Desi on Instagram @mothersintolivingfit and on YouTube  - Grab a copy of her new book, Total Body Beautiful: Secrets to Looking and Feeling Your Best After Age 35 - Episode 33, A Journey Back to Loving Yourself, Women's Wellness, Hormones, and Fertility with Dr. Mariza Snyder - Episode 44, The Power of Plant Medicine, Healing from Painful Loss, and Transitions with Joa Rivas - Episode 31, Reclaiming Wellness to Live Your Best Life with Jovanka Ciares PS loves, my book is available for pre-order! Get your FREE That Sucked. Now What? Guidebook AND your 5-day Fly Forward Healing Practice when you order your copy of my new book here! 

The Product Experience
What Product People need to know about Search - Jonny Brooks-Bartlett on The Product Experience

The Product Experience

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 37:03 Transcription Available


What is the art and science behind a global music platform like Spotify nailing its algorithms to ensure that all users get the exact results that users want when using the search bar? On this week's podcast, Lily and Randy sat down with Jonny Brooks-Bartlett, Senior Machine Learning Engineer at Spotify, to discuss this process, and much, much more! Featured Links: Follow Jonny on LinkedIn and Twitter | Jonny on Medium | Seth Stephens-Davidowitz's book 'Everybody Lies: Big Data, New data, and What the Internet Can Tell Us About Who We Really Are' | Reinforcement Learning at GeeksforGeeks

Women's Energy Network
43. Just Bloom

Women's Energy Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 35:29


Steve Bailey, Safire Oil and Gas Consulting, is the man, the myth, the legend. He's truly one of the kindest people you'll ever meet, which you'll hear right off the bat when he talks about his adopted elder. Steve is still going strong with a long career in oil and gas accounting. For much of that time, he was keeping a secret. When he finally faced it, it helped him truly blossom and has been a source of inspiration for his advice to leaders everywhere. This episode features a heart-felt story, laughter, and very important leadership tips. We hope you enjoy! BONUS TRACK: Keep listening at the end for yet another Bartlett joke. Which joke has been your favorite so far? Episode Links: Connect with Steve on LinkedIn Learn more about Safire Oil and Gas Consulting Like what you heard? Please SUBSCRIBE, RATE, AND REVIEW!

The Holistic OBGYN Podcast
#94 - Whapio Bartlett: On Wisdom Keeping, with a Truly Legendary Midwife

The Holistic OBGYN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 114:04


With strict and sometimes oppressive licensing and regulatory requirements, the average midwife has to prioritize maintaining their license over the experience of the birthing person. Today I am so grateful to introduce you to Whapio Bartlett. Whapio has been an Independent Midwife for over 30 years, attending women and families in birth and educating women in the Arts of Midwifery and Healing. She also teaches Homeopathy and is affiliated with HANA (Hahnemann Academy of North America). She speaks and frequently writes about Quantum Midwifery and Returning Birth to the Family. In our conversation, we explore what it means to be a wisdom keeper, her wise woman midwifery care model, and how you can become a birthkeeper who meets the educational standards while maintaining the integrity of what it means to be a person attending to birth. You're going to love this episode. [00:13:11] Conversation With The Creator [00:19:11] Altered States [00:32:32] Trust & Transparency [00:47:30] Becoming a Birth Attendant [00:52:33] What's Behind the Title of Midwife [01:06:27] The Light of New Birth [01:21:50] The Wise Woman Midwifery Care Model [01:30:22] Decriminalizing Heart-Centered Medical Care Visit the show notes for more: https://www.BelovedHolistics.com/94 Made possible by: FullWell - use our code BELOVED10 for 10% off their high-quality prenatal vitamins! Organifi - use our code BELOVED for 20% off their green and red juice for a natural boost to your energy and mood! BiOptimizers - use our code BELOVED for 10% off supplements plus free gut health goodies! BIRTHFIT - use our code BELOVED to get one month FREE in the B! Community! Connect with Whapio Bartlett: Website | TheMatrona.com Instagram @whapio_and_thematrona Connect with me: Instagram @nathanrileyobgyn TikTok @nathanrileyobgyn Practice: BelovedHolistics.com Medical Disclaimer: The Holistic OBGYN Podcast is an educational program. No information conveyed through this podcast should be construed as medical advice. These conversations are available to the public for educational and entertainment purposes only. Music provided by EdvardGaresPremium / Pond5 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theholisticobgyn/message

Tea With Me
185. Gilet Salad with Ciaran Bartlett

Tea With Me

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 79:31


Sippers! In this weeks episode we're joined by friend of the show Dr. Ciaran Malachy Gerard Bartlett. Join Patreon to support the podcast and access exclusive content - https://www.patreon.com/teawithmepodcast Tickets for Shane's tour available here - theshanetodd.com Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to https://nordvpn.com/teawithme to get up a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 4 months for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30 day money-back guarantee! Get 20% off and free shipping at https://www.manscaped.com when you use the code TEAWITHME

The Negotiators
Chileans Wanted a New Constitution but Negotiators Failed Them

The Negotiators

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 30:32


When Chileans were asked in a referendum in 2020 whether they wanted a new constitution, the response was overwhelming. The current one dated back to the rule of Augusto Pinochet, the military dictator who had stepped down more than three decades earlier. Nearly eighty percent of the population voted in favor of a negotiation that would lead to a new charter for the country.But the negotiation process—which included representatives from the left and right side of the political map, along with dozens of independents—was rocky from the start. Delegates introduced many lofty ideas but the actual give-and-take required to produce a consensus was missing. Voters rejected a draft of the new constitution in September—by a large margin.This week on our podcast, The Negotiators, we examine what went wrong, with the help of John Bartlett, a reporter based in Santiago, Chile. Bartlett covered the constitutional convention and interviewed many of the key players.The Negotiations is a collaboration between Doha Debates and Foreign Policy. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

UCL Minds
Building Better - Season 3 - Black Voices in the Built Environment

UCL Minds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 30:18


In this episode, we explore the role of racism and colonialism in the construction of the built environment and how we can improve. In October 2022 we have been marking Black History Month at The Bartlett through talks, workshops and our series Black Perspectives in the Built Environment which explores architects, researchers and activists who have shaped – and are shaping – our field. In this episode of Building Better, we are joined by two guests to discuss the ways that racism and colonialism have influenced people who study, design, create and live in built environments: Omoleye Ojuri, Honorary lecturer at The Bartlett School of Sustainable Construction, Senior Lecturer at Liverpool John Moores University and World Bank Scholar Kudzai Matsvai, architectural activist and founder of the BLAC Collective at the University of Liverpool and the Wedzera Network Through this discussion, we explore the legacy of racism and colonialism in the built environment, conversations about anti-racism, and how we can improve. Content warning: in this episode we are going to discuss racism and colonialism within the built environment and the systemic violence that this has caused toward Black communities around the world. For more information and to access the transcript, visit www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/building-better-bartlett-podcast/transcript-black-voices-built-environment Catch up on previous episodes here: soundcloud.com/uclsound/sets/building-better-the-bartlett Date of episode recording: 2022-10-19T00:00:00Z Duration: 30:18 Language of episode: English Presenter:Christoph Lindner Guests: Omoleye Ojuri;Kudzai Matsvai Producer: Cerys Bradley

Monday Morning Critic Podcast
(Episode 341) "Knight Rider" and "Little House on the Prairie" Actors: William Daniels and Bonnie Bartlett.

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 22:35


Episode 341."Knight Rider" and "Little House on the Prairie" Actors: William Daniels and Bonnie Bartlett.William Daniels and Bonnie Bartlett have been married for over 70 years! They met when they were 18 years old. Bonnie is 93, Bill is 95.They have been acting almost just as long. William's filmography includes "Knight Rider", "St. Elsewhere" and "Boy Meets World".  William's iconic voice of "Kitt" is legendary. William didn't meet David Hasselhoff until 6 months into the first Episode at a "Knight Rider" Christmas Party!Bonnie's includes "Little House on the Prairie",  "Golden Girls" and "V". Truly amazing work.The three of us discuss their work, stories from their journey, married life and so much more. This was a really fun interview.Welcome, William and Bonnie!Instagram: Monday Morning Critic Podcast.Facebook: Monday Morning Critic Podcast.Twitter:@mdmcriticEmail: Mondaymorningcritic@gmail.comYouTube: Monday Morning Critic Podcastwww.imdb.com/title/tt12597724/TikTok: Monday Morning Criticwww.mmcpodcast.com

Monitor Mondays
Exclusive Report: Winds of Change Blowing for Medicare Advantage Plans

Monitor Mondays

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 31:08


Rumors, as they tend to sometimes, are spreading fast. Are there significant leadership changes coming within the largest Medicare Advantage (MA) plans for many beneficiaries in the mid-South region of the country?Spend time with Jennifer Bartlett, longtime systems coordinator at Infirmary Health System in Mobile, Alabama, and it becomes clear that there could be a whole new ballgame, with new players. Are MA plans recalibrating their auditing approaches to providers? Could the payers be reacting to accountability tools?Join us during the next live edition of Monitor Mondays, when Bartlett will report on her experience with Humana and UnitedHealthcare – and how her Audit Activity Reports are the best tool to have in your toolkit to level the playing field shared by facilities and these gargantuan MA plans.Other segments will include these instantly recognizable broadcast features:The RAC Report: Healthcare attorney Knicole Emanuel, partner at the law firm of Practus, will report the latest news about auditors.Risky Business: Healthcare attorney David Glaser, shareholder in the law offices of Fredrikson & Bryon, will join the broadcast with his trademark segment.SDoH Report: Tiffany Ferguson, a subject matter expert on the social determinants of health (SDoH), will report on the news that's happening at the intersection of healthcare regulations and the SDoH.Monday Rounds: Ronald Hirsch, MD, vice president of R1 RCM, will be making his Monday Rounds with another installment of his popular segment.Legislative Update: Cate Brantley, legislative affairs analyst for Zelis, will substitute for Matthew Albright to report on current healthcare legislation.

Unstoppable Mindset
Episode 68 – Unstoppable DEI advocate and Conscious Capitalist with Alissa Bartlett

Unstoppable Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 52:47


Our guest this episode is Alissa Bartlett. Harnessing the power of marketing, technology, supply chain, and leadership development, Alissa ensures that startups and small businesses are putting out quality products that are needed in the marketplace. More important, especially for Alissa over the past few years she has become a staunch advocate for inclusion and diversity. I was singularly impressed that Alissa understands, especially in our current environment, the difference, and the importance of moving from diversity to inclusion.   Alissa also is a supporter of Conscious Capitalism. What is that? Listen and discover as she describes the concepts around it.   Alissa's stories and thoughts are entertaining, but they also are quite informative. I hope you enjoy this episode and will send me your thoughts.   About the Guest: Harnessing the power of marketing, technology, supply chain, and leadership development, Alissa ensures that startups and small businesses are putting out quality products that are needed in the marketplace. As a Senior Consultant with A. Bartlett Services, she's currently working with Authentify Art, a startup who brings trust to the entire art ecosystem by securely connecting physical and digital art to its verified provenance and due diligence data. Leveraging her CliftonStrengths of WOO, Communication, Includer, Positivity, and Connectedness, Alissa is the Director of Product Quality for Authentify Art, working with products such as RFID tags for art and an IoT environmental conditions tracker.    From 2018 to 2021, Alissa served as the VP, Volunteer Experience for the American Marketing Association, Minnesota chapter where she recruited and retained a team of diverse, engaged, talented volunteers. During this time Alissa also served on the nation-wide Professional Chapters Council DEI committee, where she worked with leaders from AMA chapters across the US to improve DEI policies and practices.    Also a member of the Conscious Capitalism Twin Cities community, Alissa believes that businesses have both the opportunity as well as the imperative to elevate humanity. This can be done by creating organizations that follow 4 tenets: Higher Purpose, Stakeholder Integration, Conscious Leadership, and Conscious Culture & Management.    How to Connect with Alissa: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alissa-n-bartlett    About the Host: Michael Hingson is a New York Times best-selling author, international lecturer, and Chief Vision Officer for accessiBe. Michael, blind since birth, survived the 9/11 attacks with the help of his guide dog Roselle. This story is the subject of his best-selling book, Thunder Dog.   Michael gives over 100 presentations around the world each year speaking to influential groups such as Exxon Mobile, AT&T, Federal Express, Scripps College, Rutgers University, Children's Hospital, and the American Red Cross just to name a few. He is Ambassador for the National Braille Literacy Campaign for the National Federation of the Blind and also serves as Ambassador for the American Humane Association's 2012 Hero Dog Awards.   https://michaelhingson.com https://www.facebook.com/michael.hingson.author.speaker/ https://twitter.com/mhingson https://www.youtube.com/user/mhingson https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelhingson/   accessiBe Links https://accessibe.com/ https://www.youtube.com/c/accessiBe https://www.linkedin.com/company/accessibe/mycompany/ https://www.facebook.com/accessibe/       Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a comment in the section below!   Subscribe to the podcast If you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts or Stitcher. You can also subscribe in your favorite podcast app.   Leave us an Apple Podcasts review Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated. They help our podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts, which exposes our show to more awesome listeners like you. If you have a minute, please leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts.     Transcription Notes Michael Hingson  00:00 Access Cast and accessiBe Initiative presents Unstoppable Mindset. The podcast where inclusion, diversity and the unexpected meet. Hi, I'm Michael Hingson, Chief Vision Officer for accessiBe and the author of the number one New York Times bestselling book, Thunder dog, the story of a blind man, his guide dog and the triumph of trust. Thanks for joining me on my podcast as we explore our own blinding fears of inclusion unacceptance and our resistance to change. We will discover the idea that no matter the situation, or the people we encounter, our own fears, and prejudices often are our strongest barriers to moving forward. The unstoppable mindset podcast is sponsored by accessiBe, that's a c c e s s i  capital B e. Visit www.accessibe.com to learn how you can make your website accessible for persons with disabilities. And to help make the internet fully inclusive by the year 2025. Glad you dropped by we're happy to meet you and to have you here with us.   Michael Hingson  01:20 Welcome once again to unstoppable mindset. Thanks for joining us wherever you happen to be today is summer is basically almost here. And that's a good thing. We're supposed to have hot record records. Whoa, I can't talk today. We're supposed to have hot weather here in Victorville California, it's only going to be about 100. And that's just the start. Anyway, I'd like you to meet Alissa Bartlett, who is a leader in dealing with all things marketing and a lot of different ways. And you're going to learn about that in the course of the day. So listen, thanks for joining us on unstoppable mindset.   Alissa Bartlett  01:58 Friday. Michael, thank you so much for having me. It's an honor to be here.   Michael Hingson  02:01 Well, it's our honor to have you. Why don't we start a little bit by you discussing kind of your life a little bit where you came from you growing up and all the usual sorts of things so that people can get to know you a little better.   Alissa Bartlett  02:14 Sure. So I grew up in Oakland, California, I have to say go warriors, because my parents are rooting very hard for the basketball team today.   Michael Hingson  02:27 day could be the day   Alissa Bartlett  02:28 today could be the day today, hopefully will be the day. So I grew up in Oakland, spent most of my time growing up between Oakland and Berkeley. Little bit ventured to San Francisco, but not too much. That's considered you know, the other side of the bay. So there's kind of a divide there. I went to a university down in San Diego at the University of California, San Diego, where I majored in psychology and human development. I graduated from UCSD in 2004. And I got an amazing job working for a nonprofit called the Center for Creative Leadership. They are a leadership development firm specializing in leadership development, training and coaching. And they also do a ton of research and, and publications around leadership. It was a great place to start my career, I learned a ton and got exposed to a lot of wonderful content and mentors. And that was really great. After being there for two years, I took on a role as a consultant. And I was doing supply chain and logistics consulting for fortnight. And my main client at the time was proflowers.com. And that was a really good gig. I had some other clients including fox racing, Burlington Coat Factory, as well as all clad which was really fun, we actually got to see how they the process that they go through to clad the metals together and create their pots and their pans and everything like that. So that was really fun. I was traveling all over the country for three years with that job, then decided I wanted to get off the road. So took on a role working for a small marketing research firm called Market lab. Market lab was an entirely remote position. So I went from being on the road every week to working from home. And that was of course working from home back before it was the cool thing to do as it is today. So I was doing project management and then I was managing a team of project managers. And then I was managing the whole operation of the company. And then finally I was doing sales and business development and and project direction for the company. So that was great for 10 years and then I decided that working From Home was just too hard on me being the extrovert that I am. And so I wanted to get back to a job where I was going into an office. So I found a company called improving. And they're a technology management and consulting firm. And they have an office here in Minnesota in Bloomington. So the commute was about 45 minutes for me from Stillwater, but I didn't really mind because I really liked the job, and I loved the company. And I was in a sales role. And so after three months being at improving, and starting to feel like I was getting the hang of the sales role, the pandemic hit. And so all of a sudden, I could no longer meet with people in person, we couldn't hold our in person events that we would do for marketing, I had to be working from home again, rather than going into an office. And it got really hard to do my job. So I struggled through another year or two of that, and got to the point where it, it was just really hard to do a sales job for a company that I was so new to and an industry that I was so new to. And then an opportunity came along for me to do some contract work with a former client of mine. So I mentioned that I had worked at proflowers. And my client, there was a man named Curtis McConnell. And he   Alissa Bartlett  06:27 had had gone out on his own and started a company called authentic by art. They're an art technology firm. And what that means is that they have a platform that that is used to manage art. It's kind of like Zillow, but for the art world used to manage art as assets. And you can have a profile of your artist and all their artwork and have upload documents that are all the supporting documents to prove the authenticity of the artwork. And they have a number of other supporting products around that that primary platform, including ID tags for art. So these are RFID tags, utilizing Near Field Communication, or NFC technology, as well as using UHF or ultra high frequency technology. So these tags can be used for tracking artwork, also for doing inventory on on a collection of art. And also for providing enhanced digital experiences to go with viewing a physical work of art. We also have an IoT tracker that tracks the environmental conditions around a work of art, including temperature, humidity, light, gyration, air quality, air pressure, and things like that. So it's kind of like a Fitbit for RT. And we can use that data to generate alerts that get triggered when something is above or below a certain threshold. So if it's getting above 90 degrees, you can have an alert get kicked off that says, hey, there may be a fire. Or if it's getting above 90% humidity, you're gonna have an alert that kicks off that says, you know, that says, hey, there may be a flood or a burst pipe here. And so these are all things that the insurance companies really care about when they're insuring the paintings because these are all things that will compromise the quality and the value of the work of art.   Michael Hingson  08:38 So what is it that you do relating to that?   Alissa Bartlett  08:42 I'm in? Yeah, I'm, I'm serving as the Director of Product quality. So what that means is I'm responsible for the quality of the products, including the tags and the art tracker, and as as well as the platform itself.   Michael Hingson  09:02 So I'm curious, you went to UCSD. I was up the road at UC Irvine, although before you. So how did you get from there? And Oakland, California to Minnesota? Oh,   Alissa Bartlett  09:16 that's a really good question. So, um, during the time that I worked for market lab, where I was working from home, I was fortunate enough to have three children. So we had one, we had one kid in 2012. And then in 2015, we became pregnant with twins. And so we ended up with three kids and we were living in a two bedroom one bath, California bungalow that we were renting. And so looking around at you know what there was available for us to buy the housing market in the Bay Area is just so bonkers that we really didn't feel like we could afford the space that we need it. Meanwhile, my husband grew up in Minnesota, and we would come to visit His family out here. And I always loved coming out to visit. And so on our last trip, we, you know, I just said to him, I think we should consider moving back to Minnesota. And he said, Well, what do you mean back? You've never lived there. And I said, well, but you know, you live there. And that's like, basically the same thing. And I think we should consider moving there. And he was pretty resistant to the idea. You know, he was like, I made it out of California. Why would I want to go back to Minnesota? I mean, I mean, I made it out to California. And I said, Well, why don't you just look at what we can afford and get back to me. So he looked at houses online. So we were in California at the time. And he looked at houses online. And the third house he looked at was just our perfect dream home. It was the type of house we always talked about wanting, you know, the layout, the location of it, everything was just perfect. And so I found a realtor and I said, Hey, I want to buy this house. And the realtor said, Great. And my inlaws came and did a tour, and they did like a FaceTime tour of it. So we could see the house on FaceTime. And they said it looked good. We trust their judgment. And so we made an offer on the house, and it was accepted. And we moved in, and the whole process took less than two months. Wow.   Michael Hingson  11:25 Yeah. And probably a whole lot more affordable in terms of price.   Alissa Bartlett  11:30 per square foot, it was about 1/8 of the price of what a home in Cal, California would   Michael Hingson  11:36 have cost. Yeah. which counts for a lot. Needless to say, yeah. So   Alissa Bartlett  11:40 we basically got three times the space that we had for a third of the price.   Michael Hingson  11:44 And you're happy back in Minnesota with all the cold weather and the snow and all that.   Alissa Bartlett  11:49 Yeah, I love it having grown up. Not really having seasons. I do like the seasons and the changing of the seasons, it makes me feel like I live in a completely different place every three months. So I think that's really fun. And right now we've got gorgeous, whether it's in the 70s. Or maybe it's up to the 80s. Now, you know, beautiful green and lush and you know, water everywhere. And you know, it's not it's not the California desert. But we're getting close to California temperatures now. And it's really nice.   Michael Hingson  12:25 Yeah, but this too shall pass   Alissa Bartlett  12:27 it Sure well, and it'll get cold again. But the snow can be fun, too. We like to we like to ski and do other kinds of outdoor activities in the snow like sledding and building snowman and having snowball fights.   Michael Hingson  12:40 There you go. Well, you have along the way become sort of active in the whole concept of diversity, equity and inclusion. How did that happen?   Alissa Bartlett  12:51 So I'm growing up in Oakland and Berkeley, I was always exposed to a pretty diverse group of people. So my best friend from elementary school is black. My best friend from high school is Asian. And I just was always surrounded by people with different backgrounds. For me, I was raised Jewish. But I was surrounded by people of all different religious backgrounds and people with you know, no religious affiliation whatsoever. And I was always just surrounded by diversity. And so I never really thought much about it. Until, let's see, it was about 2017 When we were attending a Unitarian Universalist Church, and we were exposed to the work of Robyn D'Angelo and her work around white fragility. And she was talking about progressives, who will look at a situation and say, Oh, but I'm not a racist. So, you know, we don't need to talk talk about this, and kind of shutting down the conversation. And I realized that that's something that I had been doing. And then I was exposed through a gentleman that I met on Facebook, in in one of these sort of progressive groups, Facebook groups. I met Marshawn saddar. And he said to me, you know, I asked him if he considered himself a progressive, and he said, I don't think that that's really very well defined. I am an anti racist. And I said, Tell me more about being an anti racist. And he said, Well, it's not just enough to say I'm not racist, you have to stand for something and be specifically anti racist. And so that really inspired me to take a more active role in specifically being anti racist. Not just I am not racist. So I started attending events that were put on by organizations that are in the In the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion activism space, so there's an organization that's newer to Minnesota, called the Center for economic inclusion. And I was actually at the kickoff for their organization, the kickoff event, which was really interesting here in Minnesota. And there's some other organizations that I've been exposed to through the Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, that are, you know, doing this kinds of kind of dei activism work.   Michael Hingson  15:33 How is any of that translated being prejudiced about this kind of subject? How is that translated for you in terms of ever dealing with disabilities, because typically, in the diversity world, disabilities are left out, we talk about differences, we talk about race, we talk about gender, and, and other kinds of things. But when it comes to dealing with disabilities, those of us who are involved in that tend not to be included, which really tends to be a problem. So how does how do we deal with that?   Alissa Bartlett  16:05 That's a really good question. And I think that part of it is that oftentimes with a disability, you can't see it. So sometimes you can, right. So you can see race and ethnicity, you can see gender, there are some disabilities that you can see, you know, when we're talking about kind of physical disabilities and limitations, but there are a lot of disabilities that you can't see whether it's a mental disability or chronic pain, or, you know, other types of disabilities. And so I think when you can't see it, it gets harder to measure. And it gets harder to take into account. But there's some, some Well, I mean, I think that your organization, for example, is a really good, really good example of a company that does cater to inclusion around all different types of disabilities and making websites accessible to people with with many different types of disabilities, including disabilities that you can't necessarily see.   Michael Hingson  17:12 Well, yeah, that's true that we deal with a number of disabilities, which may not be visible. But even taking into account the visible disabilities, I have, for example, attended meetings on diversity. And I've actually been asked to speak at meetings on diversity. The problem is that when the conversations are occurring, and they're discussing diversity, and such things, disabilities are still left out. And so we can, we can get granular and talk about specific disabilities, but it really doesn't matter. We are still as a class of people, not included in the conversation pretty much. And that tends to be the problem, the unemployment rate among most persons with disabilities. And I'll deal with physical disabilities, whether it be people in wheelchairs, people who happen to be deaf, people who happen to be blind, the unemployment rate is close to 70%. And it's not that we can't do the work, it's that we're not given the opportunity because people think we can't. And in the whole diversity movement, we get left out. And that's sort of the the frustrating part. How do we get the movement to truly be inclusive? Because you can't be inclusive? If you're going to leave segments of the of the group out?   Alissa Bartlett  18:38 Well, I think you said the key word there, which is inclusion. So it's not just about diversity, which tends to be more associated with skin color, and gender and the sort of visible things that you can see. It's about making yourself and your organization be inclusive of all. And that's why when I was the VP of volunteer engagement for AMA, Minnesota, that's American Marketing Association, non American Medical Association, American Marketing Association, Minnesota chapter, we were doing our strategic plan for 2020. And we were focusing on in being more inclusive, and we've been we purposefully use the word inclusion rather than the word diversity, because it is more broad in its definition. And so how do I personally handle it? So it's not just enough to say I treat everyone the same regardless of their abilities or disabilities or skin color or gender. But what I actually do is I seek out people who are different from me, whether it's different skin color, different age, different under different religious background, different culture or career, or different abled Enos able bodied gnus, I seek out people who are different from me. And I cultivate those relationships and I get to know them and learn about, you know, who they are and where they're from, and their background, and you know, that sort of thing. And so I maintain a very inclusive group of friends and colleagues and acquaintances,   Michael Hingson  20:34 and you actually said something that sort of verifies something that I have thought, which is diversity, in the way I put it has been warped not to include disabilities, you're right, it generally includes or involves people of different races, different genders, and sexual orientations and so on. But it doesn't include disabilities. And the fact is, it should, because we're still talking about differences, but it doesn't. And that's what really gets to be part of the issue. And so I'm seeing a lot of people who talk about inclusive today and inclusion today, but they're not because they're still doing the same thing, it still comes down to not including persons with disabilities. And the reality is if unless we change the language, and I sure hope we don't, inclusion and inclusiveness means inclusion, and you can't leave people out. But the problem is that as a society, we still haven't gotten to the point where we accept persons with so called disabilities as equals. And disability is is an unfortunate term, but it's the best there is we can't, I don't I don't know another term to use differently abled is horrible, which a lot of people have tried to use, but we're not differently abled, we're just as able in the ways that we always have been, we do it differently. But so do a lot of people. Sharp people do things differently than do tall people. But it doesn't make them different or less equal. So it is a it is a challenge. And somehow, we really need to change the conversation to truly be more inclusive right from the outset. And that's the the thing that I think is still lacking a great deal.   22:30 I agree with you. And I think that that's the importance of podcasts like this one where you're talking to a lot of different types of people about these concepts. And alissa   Michael Hingson  22:30 We do talk to all sorts of people, even if they like the Warriors, as opposed to the Lakers, but it's okay. Oh, sports is fun. But but you know, it and I asked the question, because I was curious to, to get your responses. And they they really do sort of validate the thoughts that I and then others have had. And it is also important for people like you who are out in the world and dealing with a lot of these things to find ways to broaden people's eyes about inclusion and diversity. And hopefully that will happen. Well, you said, you've been doing work with the American Marketing Association left to learn more about that.   Alissa Bartlett  23:37 Yeah. So I'm ama Minnesota, has been around for about 40 years. And when the George Floyd murder took place in May of 2020, there was a big uprising here, you know, that was sort of Minnesota was sort of ground zero for this swell of activity. And we among the AMA board, were talking about this a lot. And what we recognized was that if you look at our chapter, it doesn't necessarily reflect the makeup of our profession as a whole. Most of the people who are involved with our chapter are white. And most of the people who are involved with our chapter are women. So we were mostly attracting white women to our events. Interestingly enough, the panelists at our events were mostly white men, despite the fact that our membership was mostly white women. Our panelists were most still mostly white men. And I think that's just a holdover from from previous eras where white men were seen as the sources of information and knowledge. So we recognize that we had a problem Not we weren't reflecting the larger community of marketers that are in Minnesota. And we had some data around that. And, you know, it's it's a much more diverse population than what we had. We had some diversity in terms of industry and experience level and education and that sort of thing, which was great, but we didn't have a good level of diversity when it came to skin color. And we didn't have a good level of, you know, a reflective mix when it came to gender of our panelists and our speakers. So we started paying attention to that. And we started partnering with other organizations in the Twin Cities that could bring, you know, get us in front of a different audience. For example, there's an organization called Black bloggers and creatives of Minnesota. And we partnered with them to put on events and invite their membership and our membership and sort of do some cross mingling there. We also took a look at our panelists and made a specific effort to make the panelists be more diverse. And of course, here again, I'm using that word, diversity. And I'm using that on purpose because we were definitely focused on what the panel's looks like. Because that's one way to do, it's not the only way to do diversity and inclusion. But that's one way to do it. So I'll give you an example. We have a signature event that we do every year, and we call it ad bowl. So we do this event the day after the Super Bowl, and it's all about the ads that were shown in the in the Super Bowl that year. So in 2019, the ad bowl panel was made up of three white men, and one woman woman of color. It was a great panel, I learned a lot, it was fun and funny, but it was definitely skewed. And so in 20, in 2021, when we did add bowl, we were very conscientious to pull in panelists who looked different from each other. And so that year, we had two white males, one white female, and two women of color who were, who were female, obviously, being women. And so we had a much more diverse panel, and the conversation was richer and brought in more different perspectives on the ads. And of course, that year, diversity and inclusion was a really big part of the Superbowl ads given the groundswell of activity through the Black Lives Matter movement. So it was great to have a panel that was really reflective of experts in this field, and people who have lived experiences that are related to the that content. So I was really proud of the work we did around that   Michael Hingson  28:04 was at Bull virtual and 2021. It was   Alissa Bartlett  28:11 so so it's actually been virtual, we haven't yet done an in person one. So my expectation is that next year, it will go back to in person, which is really fun. But the being virtual, we actually use it to our advantage because we were able to get some panelists that didn't live in Minnesota, they're thereby diversifying the panelists even more so. Well,   Michael Hingson  28:36 hopefully in the future. They'll add people with disabilities, you know, what the if depending on who you listen to, whether it be the CDC or other places, the population of persons with disabilities in the United States is anywhere between 21 and 25%. So it's a pretty substantial group. And hopefully, they will also get more involved in the whole marketing world. And that might be a fun thing to add to the mix.   Alissa Bartlett  29:07 I think that's a really excellent point, Michael, I'll have to take it back to them.   Michael Hingson  29:11 I think it'd be a fun thing to explore what happens at the ad bowl?   Alissa Bartlett  29:17 The panelists all present, which which one of their ads, which one of the ads was their favorite? Okay, so we get to watch the ad, and then we talk about it and why was it their favorite? We then do the ads that the ad that they liked the least. And we talked about how it might have missed, missed the mark. And then we talked about any other ads, ads or campaigns that were, you know, significant or stood out in a specific way.   Michael Hingson  29:44 We don't discuss the puppy bowl or the Kitten Bowl.   Alissa Bartlett  29:48 No, I mean, the only way that would come up is if it was tied to some brand was running.   Michael Hingson  29:55 Oh, I understand. That's that's another whole story. Yeah. Well, I think you've talked about this a little bit. But you, you mentioned it as one of the things you wanted to talk about how do you practice diversity and inclusion in your daily life? I think you've touched on that some already.   Alissa Bartlett  30:15 Yeah, I touched on that a little bit. And that is that I really purposefully seek out people who are different from me. And so that's one way that I do it. I have three sons, three boys, and I talk to them about people who are different from them, you know, differently abled, or who look different or who, you know, we I tried to incorporate, at a very basic level, I tried to incorporate toys and activities that are typically meant for girls, and I'm using air quotes here when I say girls, but my kids are really into My Little Pony, for example, which is something that's, I think, typically targeted towards girls. We do a lot of arts and crafts in our house. So I expose them to things that are geared at a more diverse population. And the another thing that I do is I seek out authors that are that are like a diverse set of authors and content creators. When it comes to things like books, and podcasts and articles, just really seeking out sources of information that have a different background from me.   Michael Hingson  31:37 Well, I'm glad that you really do focus on looking at things that are different than you and people who are different than you and that you give your children exposure to that at an early age. If we start that earlier, then they'll grow up thinking about that more than if we don't do it at all. Indeed. And that's kind of important to do. Yeah. So who inspires you?   Alissa Bartlett  32:03 So I smile when you're asked that question, because the person who inspired that question to begin with is a dear friend of mine named Robbia, Koon. And Robbia works and lives in London. When I met her, we were both living in San Diego, we had both gone to UCSD. And then she worked for proflowers, who, as I mentioned, was a client of mine. Robbia has made her way out to London. And she has she works full time. But she also has a wonderful podcast called more than work. And who inspires you right now is one of the questions that she always asks her guests. And I just love it as a question. And so when you asked me for questions, Michael, I was like, you should ask me this one. So Robin inspires me because not only does she work full time, actually in a marketing role, as well as, but she also does this podcast, and she does stand up comedy. And, and to me, those three things are kind of three full time jobs in themselves. And she does all of them. And oh, by the way, she does it with a chronic medical condition. So she's doing all this, along with this chronic condition, which, if you want to learn more about that you should go check her out at more than work pod.com where she will talk a little more about that. But she inspires me right now, another dear friend of mine, who inspires me is Rashida Mahane, and Rashida. I met Rashida through LinkedIn through some mutual LinkedIn connections. And Rashida has a startup in the financial services sector. And my former company improving was running a competition for startups. And so I didn't know Rashida very well, but I knew that she was the CEO of a startup. And so I messaged her one day and I said, Hey, you should apply for this pitch competition that we're doing. And she got back to me immediately and said, Absolutely, I will. And I said, and hey, you know, I don't know that much about you or what you're doing. But I would love to see your pitch, if you would just do it for me. I'm not one of the judges, but I'd love to see it. So we arranged a time for her to do her pitch for me. And it was incredible. And we hit it off right away. And what her what her app is. It's an app that was originally she had it geared towards millennial millennial women. And it's a financial management app to help people not only to improve their financial situation, but also to improve their relationship with money and their behaviors associated with money. So her business sits at the intersection of financial play anything, and psychology. And I just thought that that was a really interesting way to approach it. And one of the pieces of feedback that Rashida got from the code launch people code launch was the name of the competition that she had applied for. One of the pieces of feedback she got was that her her product was not specific enough with who she was targeting, because millennial women are a very large group. And it just didn't feel tailored enough to one population. And so she and I had a lot of conversations around this. And I said, Well, why don't you tailor it towards African American, millennial women? And she said, Well, I don't really know that there's a market for that. I don't know, I think that she was just nervous about doing that. And she thought that that would make her market too small. And she said, I'm just going to design it for any millennial woman, and, you know, hope that African American women get interested in it. And I said, Well, I think you're going about this backwards, I think that you should be designing it specifically for African American women. And other people will be interested in it as well. And I said, design, the app that you needed three years ago, when you had hit rock bottom design, what you needed, then, as a single mother, you know, raising her her daughter, and dealing with financial issues and work issues and all of this stuff, design the app that you needed. And she was like, You're absolutely right. And that really set her off on this course, to develop an app specifically for women of color. And   Alissa Bartlett  36:53 she's really taken off, she's won a bunch more competitions. She applied to code launch again, the next time it ran and got accepted into the program, and got part of her app developed for her for free. And she's just been kicking ass and taking names. And I'm so proud of her. And she's a huge inspiration to me.   Michael Hingson  37:13 That's pretty exciting. It's It's interesting when you can really have an impact on someone and their attitudes and what they do, I think that it's important that we try to broaden people's horizons. And I say it that way, because you broaden her horizons by getting her to focus in on a specific group of people. And I wonder if what you also said is true, which is that others outside of millennial African American women have gotten interested in her app.   Alissa Bartlett  37:49 Yeah, they have. And, you know, one of the things that we talked about, as I said, you know, it's so often that systems in our country are designed for the majority, the, not the majority of the, yeah, the majority group, right. So if that, let's say that, it's, you know, the education system, which is primarily designed for white children, and then the minority groups just have to adapt. And I said, you know, don't black women deserve to have their own financial planning app that's designed specifically for them? I think they deserve that. And, you know, it's not a ton of differences. I'm not saying that African American women are that much different from white women. But there are some there, there are differences there. You know, they're they're dealing with different challenges and different hurdles, and they really deserve to have something that's designed specifically for them. And the thing is, you can't, you know, paint everyone in the same group with the same brushstroke. And there will be other people who are not necessarily an African American woman, but maybe they are a single mom. And, you know, maybe this app would be helpful to them, too. And it will attract other people and other demographic groups, but to really make it for an African American woman.   Michael Hingson  39:15 Well, it's, it's, it's also unfortunate that we have to spend so much time recognizing that everyone is different, rather than recognizing that there's so many similarities in all of us and create products and apps that address all of our issues inside one app. But that is the way the world works today.   Alissa Bartlett  39:39 No, things are very specialized. That things are getting very niche. And that's one of the things that we talk about a lot in marketing, is that you really have to get really granular and targeted with your marketing. And sometimes it'll be like a multi pronged approach where you're going after multiple segments of the population, but a lot of times, you're going to segment out the population on something, you know, whether it's race or gender or household income, or there's far more complicated, attitudinal segmentations that we I used to do at market lab. And you're going to pick one, one population to target because your product is going to appeal mostly to one specific segment of the population. And that's who you want to target with your advertising and stuff like that.   Michael Hingson  40:29 Even though other markets may very well be able to use the product.   Alissa Bartlett  40:33 Yep. But those are secondary. Yeah. Oh, I   Michael Hingson  40:36 understand. They're They're definitely secondary. But the hope is, I would think that they will come along and recognize that maybe this is good for them, too. Absolutely. Yeah, it's just, but you have to start somewhere. And I recognize the value of marketing to a particular group. And seeing how that goes. And maybe over time, we will recognize that, although we have a lot of different groups of people, we, we don't look enough at the fact that we're a lot more alike than we like to think we are. But right now we treat everything in as granular and as different. And that's probably what we have to do, because otherwise we'll leave out so many different people. If that makes sense.   Alissa Bartlett  41:28 Yeah, totally.   Michael Hingson  41:30 So you, since you, since you brought it up and said that I asked you questions. Tell me about the conscious capitalism market or philosophy guide you. And tell me a little bit more about Conscious Capitalism, philosophy.   Alissa Bartlett  41:47 Yeah, I love talking about Conscious Capitalism. Conscious Capitalism is a philosophy that I was exposed to when I was working for improving conscious capitalism is a philosophy and approach to doing business that has four tenants. So the first tenant has higher purpose and saying an organization has to have a higher purpose beyond just making money. Of course, the organization has to be financially solvent. But that can't be an organization's only purpose. The second tenant is a stakeholder orientation. And that is a stakeholder orientation, as opposed to a shareholder orientation. So it's looking at all of your stakeholders, which for sure include your your shareholders, but it also includes your customers, your employees, your vendors, your distributors, your suppliers. It can include your community, it could include the environment, and it can include all these things. And you can make business decisions based on any one of those subgroups of stakeholders, and have that be a viable business decision, as opposed to making all your decisions, just thinking about your shareholders. The third tenant is conscious leadership. And what that is saying is that you are consciously leading the charge within your community, to a more conscious way of doing business. And then the last time it is conscious culture and management, which is saying that, you know, every company has a culture, whether you intend it to have it or not. And so you ought to be intentional about the culture of your company, make it fit with your employees, and also with what you do in the world, to make it be a really great place to work. And so I think about the concepts of conscious capitalism, you can really apply it to any business. And you can even apply it to something like your household.   Michael Hingson  43:52 And I really describe to a large degree, the concept of the entrepreneurial spirit.   Alissa Bartlett  44:02 I think the entrepreneurial spirit is woven in there. But conscious capitalism is something that can be taken on by any sized company at any stage in their, in their trajectory. Some good examples of conscience of companies that embody this philosophy. So Whole Foods is one of them. And in fact, the gentleman who wrote the book is John Mackey, who is the original founder of Whole Foods, and he wrote this book called Conscious Capitalism. Southwest is another really conscientious company that, you know, really thinks about not just their shareholders, but their customers and their employees. Same kind of course, I'm blanking on on all my other conscious capital. I mean, improving my former company is a conscious conscious capitalism company where they say, Yeah, we we want to make money that's that's a given. We do Need to make money but they also do all sorts of things that are not necessarily making them money seeing things that even cost them money, for example, improving hosts, local interest groups, at their, at their offices to do things like monthly meetings of maybe, you know, the, like, quality assurance Professionals Association, or tech masters which is like Toastmasters, but for technology, and they don't just provide the space for people to come and convene, but they actually feed people. So they do pizza in the evenings or, you know, coffee and, and doughnuts in the mornings. And so they put money into the community. Because the those people are stakeholders to the company,   Michael Hingson  45:56 right. And that's kind of why I thought of the whole concept of entrepreneurialism, because it really fits very well with that whole concept. If if somebody truly has that spirit, it's a lot more than just a product, it's a lot more than making money. It is all about trying to work toward a higher purpose of what effect you're going to have and what you do with the company what you do to affect the world.   Alissa Bartlett  46:25 I agree, I think it's a really great way to grow to start a company and grow a company around around a really solid philosophy. And so from that standpoint, I agree that it that it is that it does really embody the entrepreneurial spirit.   Michael Hingson  46:40 Yeah, we, we oftentimes lose that spirit is we are an accompany and it grows and becomes more successful, we get to focus so much on making money doing things for our shareholders. And I've been lectured to by many people on many occasions about how well our overall arching goal is to just do things for our shareholders. Really, I think that people lose a lot of the perspective when they take that position that made them what they were in the first place. So conscious capitalism idea is certainly a significant part of that.   Alissa Bartlett  47:25 Yeah, exactly. So the co author of the book conscious capitalism is a professor named Raj Sisodia. And he does research on companies. And he has hidden and the he's he's done research, which shows that companies that embrace the conscious capitalism philosophy actually do better financially than companies that don't.   Michael Hingson  47:52 So and there you go. It, it proves the point.   Alissa Bartlett  47:58 Yeah. It's not just a feel good philosophy. It's actually a sound business strategy.   Michael Hingson  48:03 And that really is I think, the most important part of the whole concept is that by definition, the proof is that it it not only is a sound business philosophy, it makes for more successful businesses. Absolutely. And oftentimes, people in dealing with business, find that they do better when they recognize that there's more to life than just making an extra dollar.   Alissa Bartlett  48:32 Yeah, that's true.   Michael Hingson  48:34 Well, this has been fun. And I really have enjoyed having you on and I look forward to I'm going to have to go see if I can find the, the the book and read it. And can you give us the name of that again, in the author's   Alissa Bartlett  48:50 conscious capitalism by John Mackey and Raj Sisodia.   Michael Hingson  48:54 There you go. We're gonna have to go find that. Well, this has been absolutely a lot of fun. As I said, if people want to reach out to you and make contact with you, or learn more about what you do, how can they do that?   49:07 The best way to do it is to find me on LinkedIn. I'm Alissa Bartlett. And, yeah, just find me on LinkedIn, connect with me message me. And you know, that's how you and I connected my phone. And it is definitely a great platform.   Michael Hingson  49:22 Oh, LinkedIn offers a lot. And it's been fun to be able to connect with you and to connect with other people. And as I love to say, if I'm not learning from these podcasts, and I'm not doing my job, right, when I travel and speak, I always feel that if I'm not learning more than I get a chance to impart then I'm not doing it right, somewhere along the line, because I think that it's important that we all learn and grow.   Alissa Bartlett  49:46 Yeah, absolutely.   49:48 Well, thank you again, for being here and for being with us and a part of this. I hope that people will reach out and will read the book. I think it sounds like it is something that We should all take to heart. And for all of you, and for all of you listening, please reach out to Alissa. And of course, we'd love to hear from you, you can reach me at Michaelhi@accessibe.com. Or go to our podcast page, Michaelhingson.com/podcast. And give us a five star rating. We appreciate your ratings and your feedback in in all that we do. So it's the way that we get a chance to understand what you want to hear about, and we do our best to make your comments into a real wish that comes true. So thanks very much. And Alissa, I really appreciate again, you being with us today.   Alissa Bartlett  50:43 And thank you so much for having me, Michael.   50:49 You have been listening to the Unstoppable Mindset podcast. Thanks for dropping by. I hope that you'll join us again next week, and in future weeks for upcoming episodes. 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The True Beauty Brooklyn Podcast
Intuition Pt 2 with Vanessa Bartlett

The True Beauty Brooklyn Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 69:59


Hey Beauty Baddies! It's summer vacation for us too, so we wanted to take it easy this week, and bring back a listener favorite: Psychic, Occult and Astrology Enthusiast, Vanessa Bartlett. We talk about intuition, and how we can learn to listen to ourselves, and better follow our intuition. To learn more about Vanessa, check out her Instagram @theaquarean, and be sure to check out her weekly readings on her YouTube Channel The Aquarean.Send us your beauty questions and beauty baddie moments of the week to truebeautybrooklynpodcast@gmail.com .Follow us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklynpodcast and @truebeautybrooklyn & @thebrownelizabethtaylor and @alixlynly Book in-person or virtual skincare or brow appointments at www.truebeautybrooklyn.com Don't forget to rate us 5-stars, subscribe, and leave a review on Apple iTunes.Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Arise 2 Live Podcast
#170 Inspiration for Business Owners from Bartlett Arkell

Arise 2 Live Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 12:54


What can we do when serious tech issues prevent the normal release of Arise2Live podcast? Let's gain insights from Bartlett Arkell's book ‘Grocery Clerks Who Have Become Successful' writing in 1925. Scott found this old book in grandma's box stored away for decades. It is surprising relevant today. Sure the names have changed, but time-based principles come through in inspirational ways. The biggest take away? It's okay to start with humble beginnings. Bartlett Arkell was president of the Beech-Nut Packing Company for like 50 years and leave of legacy of company that's still around plus community library and museum and more. He wrote this book to inspire the next generation of business owner who started as fast-food workers, er, grocery clerks. Show notes at https://Arise2Live.com/podcast #Arise2Live #businessowner #leadership

Public Theologians
Kenton Bartlett - Psychedelic Therapy and lasting change

Public Theologians

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 46:41


After learning about the healing potential of oft-maligned substances, particularly in a therapeutic setting, today's guest found a gap in accessibility in Alabama and he did something about it. Kenton Bartlett is a Psychedelic Therapist here in Birmingham, AL. We got to talk about the movement to reintroduce life-changing medicines from Ketamine to Psylocibin (aka mushrooms), LSD, MDMA and more. Support Dissident Orthodoxy on Patreon and be supporters like Brian, Chris and Ryan! Rate/Review Dissident Orthodoxy on Apple Podcasts Follow Casey's substack

Dead Cat
VC Twitter Ghostwriters (w/Logan Bartlett)

Dead Cat

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 61:53 Very Popular


Insider's anonymous first-person account of a ghostwriter for venture capitalists' tweets captivated tech Twitter last week. Everyone wanted to know who exactly was paying $100,000 for a tweetstorm.How could anyone make $200,000 writing thought leadership. Why would anyone pay for that?So on this week's episode of Dead Cat, hosts Eric Newcomer and Tom Dotan talked with Redpoint Ventures managing director Logan Bartlett who is a bit of a VC Twitter expert. Last November, Eric wrote about Bartlett's analysis of VC media output in a piece called A Twitter Troll's Take on the Future of Investing.Since then, Redpoint hired a TikTok creator to help bolster the firm's brand and Bartlett launched a podcast called Cartoon Avatars.On this week's episode of Dead Cat, Bartlett insists he's writing his own tweets, but he explains why VCs are so interested in building a Twitter following. Also Bartlett cast doubt on whether there's a real market for people ghostwriting tweets for VCs.Later in the episode, we spitballed a ranking of some of the most important accounts on VC Twitter.Give it a listen. Get full access to Newcomer at www.newcomer.co/subscribe

La Radio de la República
‘ORITA NO ESTÉN MOLESTANDO

La Radio de la República

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 30:41


Señora bonita. Amigo amo de casa. ¡YA ES MARTES! El día más ‘meh' de todos los días. Pero usted póngale la jiribilla necesaria con el ingrediente secreto: La Desinformación. Y aquí estamos para ayudarle. Pare la oreja, súbale a su radito porque estas son las noticias:-'ORITA NO ESTÉN MOLESTANDO, QUE ESTOY OCUPANDO DIRIGIENDO AL PAÍS… Titular de Sedena pospone hasta nuevo aviso reunión con diputados para hablar sobre hackeo.-¿ES AMENAZA O QUÉ?… ‘Alito' Moreno afirma que 'México está por conocer al mejor PRI de todos los tiempos'… ¿y esto es bueno o malo?… Seguro malo.-OTRA DEL GUACALEAK… Hijo de Manuel Bartlett obtuvo millonario contrato con la Sedena… ¡Sí! ¡Otro! Ah, qué jijo de… Bartlett.-Y EN LA MAÑANERA… ¡VIVA LA AMISTAD! AMLI defiende al secretario de defensa. Lo atacan por politiqueros, acusa a la prensa el defensor de la defensa.Completamente en vivo y en directo. De Grupo Fórmula transmitiendo sin ton ni son a todo México y chance a todo el mundo. Abriendo la conversación. Cerrando la discusión. Llegó el comentario, llegó el análisis, llegó y se niega a irse… Chumel Torres.

Film Feast
FF 92: New Nightmare! (w/Patrick Bartlett)

Film Feast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 111:55


On this episode, host Matt Bledsoe is joined by writer and podcaster, and co-host of the brand new Chainsaws and Claws podcast, Patrick Bartlett, to discuss Wes Craven's New Nightmare from 1994! Matt and Patrick discuss Wes Craven's return to the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise in this unorthodox entry, the meta aspects that would resurface in Scream 2 years later, the updated look of Freddy Krueger, and much, much more!

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast
Podcast #100: Nub's Nob General Manager Ben Doornbos

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 98:01


To support independent ski journalism, please consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. This podcast hit paid subscribers' inboxes on Oct. 15. It dropped for free subscribers on Oct. 18. To receive future pods as soon as they're live, please consider an upgrade to a paid subscription.WhoBen Doornbos, General Manager at Nub's Nob, MichiganRecorded onOctober 10, 2022About Nub's NobClick here for a mountain stats overviewOwned by: The Fisher familyPass affiliations: Indy PassReciprocal pass partners: NoneLocated in: Harbor Springs, MichiganClosest neighboring ski areas: The Highlands (4 minutes), Mt. McSauba (35 minutes), Boyne Mountain (37 minutes), Otsego (55 minutes), Treetops (1 hour), Shanty Creek (1 hour, 9 minutes), Hanson Hills (1 hour, 22 minutes), Mt. Holiday (1 hour, 26 minutes), Hickory Hills (1 hour, 41 minutes), Missaukee Mountain (1 hour, 41 minutes), Snow Snake (1 hour, 58 minutes), The Homestead (2 hours, 11 minutes), Crystal (2 hours, 14 minutes), Caberfae (2 hours, 14 minutes)Base elevation: 911 feetSummit elevation: 1,338 feetVertical drop: 427 feetSkiable Acres: 248Average annual snowfall: 123 inchesTrail count: 53 (24% double-black, 49% black, 20% intermediate, 7% beginner)Lift count: 10 (3 fixed-grip quads, 4 triples, 1 double, 1 carpet, 1 ropetow - view Lift Blog's inventory of Nub's Nob's lift fleet)Uphill capacity: 17,075 skiers per hourWhy I interviewed himWe all have those places that made us skiers, that wrecked us or rescued us, that in our private worlds are synonymous with skiing itself. For me those places are Mott Mountain, Apple Mountain, Snow Snake, Caberfae, Boyne Mountain, and Searchmont. Without those places I am not a skier, or at least I am not the particular version of a skier that's writing this newsletter. These are, in order, the first, second, third, and fourth places I skied; the place I learned to thread bumps; and the place I learned to navigate little drops and off-piste terrain. The first two are dead, the others survive in various states of modernized. In my head they all stand available at any moment for viewing, a tattered Stu-flix, a vault of skinny-ski adventures crashing through 1990s stop-animation reels.But there's a seventh ski area in my mental vault: Nub's Nob. It's a funny name, perhaps jarring if this is your first time seeing it. I happen to think it's the best ski area name in America. It's simple, memorable, intriguing, evocative of what it is: a 427-foot locals' bump with an Alta-grade following of devoted locals.That's not the same thing as having Alta-grade skiing (who does besides Snowbird)? But consider this: across the street lies The Highlands, the Boyne-owned runner formerly known as Boyne Highlands. The Highlands is larger than Nub's. It has one high-speed lift and is dropping in another next year – a six-pack so fancy that it makes the iPhone 14 look like a block of aged Roquefort. Highlands' season pass costs a bit more than Nub's, but it comes with days at Big Sky, which is like buying a microwave and getting a free car as a thank-you gift.None of it matters. Well, it probably matters to some people. But Nub's is the opposite of the endangered indie. It may be the best ski area under 500 vertical feet in the country: a big, sprawling trail layout; numerous and redundant lifts; grooming that makes an Olympic skating rink look like a Tough Mudder course; glades everywhere; and, like any Midwest ski area with a stocked trophy cabinet, an absolute flamethrower of a terrain park. Nub's is that lost treasure of Midwest skiing, rare as a 200-grade Boone-and-Crockett trophy buck: the balanced mountain. Grooming, yes, of all kinds, but bumps always on Twilight Zone, and maybe also on Chute (like many Michigan ski areas, the runs stack side by side on the trailmap, creating half a dozen that you could tuck into Park City's pumphouse). Several times per decade the ski area punches new glades into the forest. And since Nub's has one of the world's best snowmaking systems, supplemented with a reliable train of lake-effect and an ability to ninja-dodge freeze-thaw cycles, the whole mountain opens in the early season and often stays filled to the edges into April.Bad people can ruin a great ski area, of course. I can stay salty for decades over unprovoked attitude from a liftie. But I've been skiing Nub's Nob for as long as I've been skiing and I've never encountered anything other than an Extreme Welcome. The lifties chitter-chatter as you load and Patrol lets you ski where you please and the bartenders are tolerant of pitchers ordered in bulk at 11 a.m.My first day at Nub's was one of the weirdest ski days of my life. It was my sixth day ever on skis and I was geared up in sweatpants and a discount-superstore winter coat of the sort that rips when you yank the zipper open too sternly. We arrived in the snowslammed evening with tennis ball-sized flakes drifting in the wind. I did not have goggles of course and scoffed at the notion. At age 17 I had lived all my life in snowy climes and had never once needed such decorative nonsense. In a catastrophic freefall down Valley or perhaps it was Scarface I understood at last that storm-skiing sans goggles was like swimming without water: painful and really quite impossible. In the baselodge I purchased the least-expensive pair of goggles I could find, which I believe cost $25, an astonishing sum for a bagboy earning $4.50 an hour at the local Meijer superstore.Nub's excused the error. The upside of place-based defeat is the clear path to redemption. In all phases of my ski life I have returned to Nub's and it has always had something useful to say, something I couldn't exactly find anywhere else. I still can't, and I needed to poke around in the machine a bit to try and decode the trance.What we talked aboutWhen snowmaking starts at Nub's Nob; the mountain's earliest and latest openings ever; “bottom line, the ski industry in the Lower Peninsula of Michigan doesn't exist without snowmaking”; why freeze-thaw isn't really a thing for Nub's; “if you can open, you should open”; the path from $8.25-an-hour rental tech to general manager; Marquette Mountain; Nub's incredible seasonal employee retention rate; Jim Bartlett, the ski area's legendary general manager; not breaking a good thing; becoming the boss of the people who taught you everything you know; how Nub's Nob got its name; whether Nub's will stay independent over the long term; “where skiers go”; going deep on the Green lift upgrade: why it won't be a high-speed lift, when it's coming, and whether it will be green; whether the ski area considered wiping out the front-side lifts in favor of a six-pack; the tug-of-war between Fixed-Grip Bro and Detach Bro; why Orange won't be a high-speed lift either; comparing a modern fixed-grip Skytrac chair to a 1978 Riblet lift; why the new lift won't have a carpet load; why lifties need to talk to skiers; the installation and maintenance cost of a fixed-grip versus a high-speed lift; why the new lift will be the same length but occupy a smaller footprint; whether the new lift will load and unload at the same spots as the current Green lift; whether Nub's will sell the chairs; the Blue chair Killer; why the Blue lift isn't coming back; the power of the ropetow and where we could see more on Nub's; long-term plans for the Purple and Orange lifts; “there's something special about riding a double chairlift”; regional differences in safety-bar culture; “I'd like to have a super-modern lift fleet”; whether a lift from the bottom of Pintail Peak to the top of Nub's Nob South would make sense; how Nub's continues to develop new terrain on essentially the same footprint; how to access Nub's endless glade stash; why Arena and Tower glades don't continue farther skier's left along their respective ridges; the glades always open in Northern Michigan; Nub's last big expansion opportunity and what kind of terrain sits in there; keeping the parks rad Brah; the return of the halfpipe; why Nub's doesn't build earthwork features; the importance of night-skiing; considering lights on Pintail Peak; the history and secrets behind the Nub's Nob snowgun; “you can fix everything with a pipe wrench” and why the ski area is happy with a low-tech snowgun arsenal; long-live the metal wicket ticket; “we always think of technology as making our lives better, but sometimes, it's making our lives worse”; the competitive and cooperative dynamic between Nub's Nob and The Highlands, which sit across the street from one another; why Nub's finally joined the Indy Pass; the ski-industry problem that Indy Pass is solving; why Nub's is rolling with 32 Indy Base Pass blackouts; looking out for the little ski areas down the street; and how much it hurt to finally push Nub's peak-day lift-ticket prices over $100.    Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewA lot of pretty obvious reasons: the new Green Chair, the resort's decision to at last join the Indy Pass, the obvious example of another thriving indie belying the whole Megapass-Killbot theory. But we booked this pod in May, weeks before the Indy announcement (which I knew was coming), and the chairlift upgrade (which I didn't). The simple fact is that I'd had Nub's Nob on my interview-the-GM list since Storm day one, and I finally reached out and we set everything up pretty quickly.This is a good time, however, to restate something that's core to this whole operation: this podcast is for everyone. And by “everyone,” I mean every ski area of any size. If it has a lift, I'm interested. For now, that means the United States, but I will fold Canada in soon enough. That will probably remain the focus over the long-term, but if you are running a ski area of any size anywhere on Planet Earth*, consider yourself relevant to The Storm Skiing Podcast.But from a practical, logistical point of view, I have tried very hard to balance the podcast across regions. This does not mean that I will guarantee an equal ratio of Western, Midwestern, and Northeast interviews (I haven't quite gotten to the Southeast yet; I will soon, but there are only a couple dozen ski areas down there, so pods focused in the southern states will likely always be infrequent). But I will promise a consistent flow of Midwest pods. It's where I came from, where I learned to ski, and it's one of the world's greatest and most vital ski regions.When the season's ski mags would drop each August in my early ski years, I would flip through slowly, hopefully, for any nugget of writing on Midwest ski areas. It was like searching for ice cream at a hardware store. No one cared. If a ski magazine was 200 pages, the West got 195, the East got five, and the Midwest got mentioned whenever a writer noted that Big Sky was owned by the same outfit that owned Boyne Mountain. It was a different, internet-less world, of course, but I am now in a position to create the sort of immersive ski area profiles that Teen Stu longed to see about my local bumps. These will keep landing in your inbox as long as The Storm does.You can view all past and future Storm Skiing Podcasts by clicking through below:*I will also consider ski areas on other planets.What I got wrongThe opening day of Michigan's deer-hunting season is a big deal. Like day-off-from-school big deal. And I don't mean parents pull their kids out while the non-hunters press on. I mean every Nov. 15 is a school holiday like Thanksgiving or Labor Day or Christmas. Our morning announcements each fall would warn us to watch out for sugarbeets – an enormous root crop stacked in clearings to bait deer – that had bounced off transport trucks on M-30. Deer hunting in Northern Michigan is a big deal.So, during a discussion about Nub's previous years' opening dates, I told Doornbos that it was pretty bold of him to open on the first day of deer-hunting season, after I thought he'd referenced a recent Nov. 15 opening. Doornbos rolled with it, but I realized while editing the pod that he had actually said Nov. 16. Oops.Why you should ski Nub's NobMichigan has 39 active ski areas, according to the National Ski Areas Association. This is the second-most of any state, behind New York, which sports 52. About two-thirds of Michigan's ski areas sit in the Lower Peninsula. This is a useful distinction: Lower Peninsula skiers rarely hit the Upper Peninsula (UP), and UP skiers rarely ski below the Mackinaw Bridge. Geography explains this disconnect: the UP's ski areas are mostly bunched in its western portion, far closer to Wisconsin than the population centers of Michigan. Marquette Mountain, the closest non-ropetow bump, is seven hours from Detroit airport, but fewer than five hours from Milwaukee. In that time, Southeast Michigan skiers can be at Keystone (with help from an airplane).That's all background. What I'm getting to is that the Lower Peninsula only has a half dozen or so well-equipped, substantially built-out ski areas with respectable vertical drops (relative to their neigboring hills): Nub's Nob, Caberfae, Crystal, Shanty Creek, Boyne Mountain, and The Highlands. Otsego Club, a longtime private joint, recently opened to the public, but its infrastructure is a bit creaky. So if you're planning a best-of-Michigan tour, these are the six to hit.But if you only have one day to ski Michigan before an asteroid crashes into the planet and wipes out life as we know it, pick Nub's. I'm not sure that it has the best terrain of those six – Highlands, I think, is equal in its sprawling videogame-ish dimensions. Nub's isn't the steepest – Boyne Mountain has the most consistent pitch along its extended main ridge. Nub's is probably also the least-resort-ish of the six, with little onsite lodging. But, like Caberfae, another family-owned bump that is on a constant crusade to enhance the skiing, Nub's is defined less by what I can easily point to and more by what's hard to describe. By that thing called atmosphere, a sort of sense of place that collectively descends upon all who ski there. It's not a thing you can order, like a lift, or something you can streamline, like parking. It's just something that is. You'll have to go and see for yourself.Podcast notes* I make the point several times that Nub's Nob is constantly upgrading. The ski area has collated an excellent timeline, starting with the ski area's 1957 founding. Skim this page and Nub's decades-long commitment to constant, mostly subtle but always impactful improvement is obvious. I wish all ski areas would create something like this.* A 2016 obituary for longtime owner Walter Fisher, who bought Nub's Nob from founder Dorie Sarnes in 1977 and owned it until he passed away (his family continues to own the ski area). An excerpt:Jim Bartlett — who joined Nub's that same year and now serves as its general manager — noted that the ski area has added significantly to its amenities since then, expanding from about a dozen runs to 53.“The business has grown almost continuously since Walter bought it in 1977,” said Bartlett, who described Fisher as “absolutely one of the most sincere, thoughtful, kind, classy men I've ever met.” …With neighboring Boyne Highlands Resort establishing itself as a ski area with extensive on-site lodging, Bartlett said Walter Fisher decided early in his Nub's involvement to pursue another niche — wanting the property to become "the best day ski area in the Midwest."Nub's would phase out its own limited lodging options so it could channel resources toward skiing amenities, grooming and snowmaking operations and food and beverage options. The ski area's offerings have since achieved regional and national recognition on numerous occasions.* Doornbos and I also talked extensively about Bartlett, who served as general manager from 1987 until handing the job off to Doornbos in 2017. An excerpt from this excellent profile by Kate Bassett:General Manager of Nub's Nob, Jim Bartlett, is a guy who has earned a nationwide reputation as a leader and champion of the old-school-cool Harbor Springs ski resort. But that's not the reason Jim Bartlett is a person whose story is worth telling.He's on top of the hill. He's at the bottom of the hill. He's in the maintenance garage. He's in the cafeteria. He's at a chairlift on-ramp. He's in the rental area. He's in the parking lot. He's everywhere. He's Nub's Nob's JB. …In his tenure at Nub's Nob, first as area manager and then as general manager, following the death of his mentor, legendary snow maker Jim Dilworth, Bartlett has turned 14 runs into 53, four chairlifts into nine, 15 patented snowmaking guns into 292, plus added a Pintail Peak Lodge, new locker room and so much more. The most impressive part? He's done it without sacrificing Nub's signature vibe, best described as a home away from home.Bartlett's an expert in snow making techniques. A public relations superstar. A guy who understands the importance of blending tradition with new technology. He's even learned how to make peace with the Midwest's occasionally uncooperative winter weather. In short, he's like a walking, talking master's class of how to run a resort that's focused 100 percent on skiing and riding.* We go deep on the Green lift upgrade, which Doornbos announced in an excellent video last month:* Nub's Nob is The Storm's fourth podcast focused explicitly on a Michigan ski area - I've also featured The Highlands, Boyne Mountain, and Caberfae:I should have another Michigan episode coming next week - and it's a good one. Listen to the end of the pod to find out who.The Storm explores the world of lift-served skiing year-round. Join us.The Storm publishes year-round, and guarantees 100 articles per year. This is article 112/100 in 2022, and number 358 since launching on Oct. 13, 2019. Want to send feedback? Reply to this email and I will answer (unless you sound insane, or, more likely, I just get busy). You can also email skiing@substack.com. Get full access to The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast at www.stormskiing.com/subscribe

Power of Self-Mastery with Sachi
The Value of Love with Hibby Bartlett

Power of Self-Mastery with Sachi

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 18:38


The loss of someone we love is difficult and scary, however planning ahead can help us build up our emotional security. The voice of love can be kept safe and memories secured as a priceless asset to share with those they love. After the loss of her older brother and both parents, Hibby created a LOVE bank as one safe place for users to intentionally create and save priceless love messages for their families and for the world, and ultimately to never lose the voice of someone we love. Likewise there are many people who have had no access to unconditional love. Feeling loved, accepted and equal, is a universal desire and although we are all unique we can share compassion for one other, because love does not judge our race, culture, religion, gender, or age.   Reference Links: Website: www.worldlovebank.com Facebook: worldlovebank Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/worldlovebank/  

SLU LAW Summations
Juvenile Life Without Parole and the Case of Adnan Syed - Professor Bartlett

SLU LAW Summations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 42:25


In September, after spending 23 years of his life behind bars, Adnan Syed walked free. His case was popularized by the podcast Serial in 2014. At the age of 18, 17 when the crime took place, Syed was convicted of murdering his ex-girlfriend Hae Min Lee and sentenced to life in prison. The case has brought to light many issues with the justice system, including deficient counsel and Brady violations. For this episode, we will focus on the larger issue of juvenile sentencing. We are joined today by Professor Lauren Bartlett who is the director of the law school's Human Rights at Home Litigation Clinic. Also joining us is one of our JLWOP clients, Ike Crawford. With the help of the Human Rights at Home Litigation Clinic, Ike was released on parole in February 2021 after being incarcerated for more than 29 years. Ike was sentenced to life without parole for a crime he committed when he was just 17 years old.

TCIA Podcast
La Importancia de la Educación con Daniel Aburto Vidana

TCIA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 21:22 Very Popular


En este episodio del TCIA Podcast, nos acompañan Daniel Aburto de Bartlett Tree Experts y Robin Kennedy de TCIA para hablar sobre la importancia de la educación.Daniel Aburto ha trabajado en la industria verde desde 2005. Ha trabajado en Bartlett como Groundsman/Operador de suelo por 2 años, Climber/Trepador por 2 años, Foreman/Jefe de cuadrilla por 3 años, PHC Specialist por 6 años y durante estos mismos 6 años fue miembro del Comité de seguridad de la oficina de Raleigh NC. Actualmente trabaja como coordinador de seguridad, reclutamiento y capacitacion de Bartlett en Mexico ya 5 años ahora, Conductor LCC (CDL), con licencia de Aplicación de pesticida de Carolina del Norte, con certificacion de Arbolista, Tree Worker, CTSP, QCL, OSHA 10 y 30 hrs.Su inspiración y motivo para salir adelante y buscar oportunidades y aprovecharlas es su familia: su madre, su esposa y sus hijas.On this episode of the TCIA Podcast, we are joined by Daniel Aburto of Bartlett Tree Experts, and Robin Kennedy of TCIA, to discuss the importance of education. TCIA is making this episode exclusively in Spanish to celebrate Spanish heritage month.Daniel Aburto has worked in the tree care industry since 2005. He has worked with Bartlett as a Groundsman for 2 years, Climber for 2 years, Crew Leader for 3 years, and PHC Specialist for 6 years. During those same years, he was a member of the Security Committee in the Raleigh, NC office. He has been working as Safety, Recruiting and Training Coordinator for Bartlett in Mexico for the last 5 years. He is a certified CDL Driver, licensed in North Carolina for Pesticide Application, Certified Arborist, Tree Worker, CTSP, QCL, OSHA 10 and 30 hrs. His inspiration and reason for striving and seeking opportunities and taking advantage of them are his family: his mother, his wife and his daughters.

Valuable Voices Podcast with Miranda Ward
Valuable Voices Podcast with Miranda #100 | Hibby Bartlett

Valuable Voices Podcast with Miranda Ward

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 14:26


Hibby Bartlett wants to create a safe place to create, exchange and save your most valuable memories and messages. Therefore, we build emotional wealth and security for ourselves, our family and the world, by creating intentional audio and video messages to boost our Mental Health. Check out World Love Bank at https://www.worldlovebank.com/Valuable Voices Podcast with MirandaAdding value to the world with amazing people who have made an impact on my life and others that I can't help but share with you!Apply to be interviewed here - https://linktr.ee/mkward7878Check us out on:Youtube - https://youtu.be/kqVy3b7XQqwFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/valuablevoicespodcastBuzzsprout - https://valuablevoices.buzzsprout.com/Apple - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/valuable-voices-podcast-with-miranda-ward/id1529343260

Deckchair & Yumz Podcast
Derry Whispers (Ep 131)

Deckchair & Yumz Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 58:35


This week's epiosde of Deckchair & Yumz.To support the podcast, join us atpatreon.com/deckchairandyumz

Bernie and Sid
Comedian Rob Bartlett | 10-12-2022

Bernie and Sid

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 10:25


Comedian Rob Bartlett joins today's special day of Bernie and Sid in the Morning programming to remember the great life and career of the radio legend that is Bernard McGuirk, and how he touched their life. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Thyme 4 Tea with Mikita
Hibby Bartlett: Healing From Loss By Being Intentional

Thyme 4 Tea with Mikita

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 34:42 Transcription Available


Hibby Bartlett is the founder of The World Love Bank App, a platform that allows users to share and receive audio messages of love and support. She is also a mom of three and a self-described "conscious, self-aware person."Hibby Bartlett is the founder of The World Love Bank App, a platform that allows users to share audio recordings of themselves saying "I love you." She came up with the idea for the app when she was going through a tough time in her own life and realized that sometimes the most powerful thing we can do for someone is simply telling them that we love them. The app is a way for people to share that love with others anonymously, and Bartlett hopes that it will help people heal from loss by being intentional and connecting with others.In this episode, you will explore:1. The journey of healing from loss, and how being intentional can lead to starting that process.2. The concept of the World Love Bank app, and how it can help people heal emotionally.3. The importance of being willing to love, and how that can impact the world around us.Start creating a world of love today click here https://www.worldlovebank.com/Do you have a story to share or just want to connect email me at thyme4teamikita@gmail.comDon't forget to follow me https://www.instagram.com/thyme4teawithmikita/Support the show

The Green Urbanist
#55: Tim Stonor and Anna Rose (Space Syntax) - Science-based Human-centric Urbanism

The Green Urbanist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 48:55


Tim Stonor is an architect and urban planner who has devoted his career to the analysis and design of human behaviour patterns – the ways in which people move, interact and transact in buildings and urban places. He is Managing Director of Space Syntax and a visiting professor at several top universities like University College London.Anna Rose is an architect and urban planner, and Director of Space Syntax, where she leads their consulting activities in the UK, USA and continental Europe. She is also Honorary Senior Research Fellow at The Bartlett, University College London.Space Syntax are a fascinating and unique group of people. Emerging out of University College London with a robust scientific approach to urban design and architecture, they now work all over the world on building, masterplans and urban strategy projects as well as conducting research and training.In this episode we discuss:Taking a science-based and human-centric approach to urban designWhy studying human behaviour should be central to urban and architectural designThe common challenges cities across the world are facingThe role and risks of technology in the future of citiesSpace Syntax website: https://spacesyntax.com/Green Urbanist website Contact Ross Social Media:https://twitter.com/GreenUrbanPodhttps://www.instagram.com/greenurbanistpodhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/green-urbanist-podcast

The Arun Mehta Show
26th Hey Arnold! Anniversary Show with Craig Bartlett!

The Arun Mehta Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 63:21


Craig Bartlett once again takes your questions for the 26th Hey Arnold! Anniversary Show! Topics include Hey Arnold!, The Jungle Movie, Season 6, The Patakis, Party Wagon, Ready Jet Go! and MORE!

The Crisis Cast
Wallace & Burke - Riled by Rails

The Crisis Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 33:54


In a nation long ruled by its railroads, the need for even faster freight delivery has magnified their power.  For the citizens of 8 Chicago communities, that power may exact a great toll. During this episode of the Crisis Cast, Lissa & Thom bring to light two of the voices behind the Coalition to Stop CPKC.  Kevin Wallace is the Mayor of Bartlett, Illinois and James Burke is Chief for the Wood Dale Fire Protection District.  You'll hear their biggest fears about a proposed 33-billion dollar railway merger connecting Mexico to Canada.

Animal Training Academy: Making Ripples
Katie Bartlett - Equine Clicker Training [Episode 25]

Animal Training Academy: Making Ripples

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 72:57


Katherine Bartlett MMCP, IDTC A life-long horse person, Katie was introduced to training with positive reinforcement in 1999 and has studied extensively with Alexandra Kurland and Kay Laurence. Her website, www.equineclickertraining.com is one of the oldest sites that shares information about teaching horses using positive reinforcement. The site contains descriptions of the work she has done with her own horses as well as material from clinics and conferences she has attended.  Her primary interest is in using positive reinforcement, bodywork, and gymnastic exercises to improve the way horses move and feel about their training. She offers in-person and virtual coaching, as well as hands on bodywork sessions. She is also the author of two books, Teaching Horses with Positive Reinforcement and What Can I Teach My Horse?  To check links mentioned in the episode, visit this website >>> https://atamember.com/2022/10/06/katie-bartlett/ 

Bible World
Living for God in College // Clara Bartlett

Bible World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 50:51


Chicago Athlete Podcast
Chicago Athlete - October 5, 2022

Chicago Athlete Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 21:47


Chicago Marathon Shakeout run - October 8th - 10am - Arcteryx https://community-events.arcteryx.com/chicagomarathonshakeoutrun @arcteryxchicago   Past events October 1 Fall Color 5K 5K run Lisle https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Lisle/FallColorRunWalk?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw   Gourdy's Pumpkin Run - Chicago 5K trail run Oswego https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Oswego/GourdysPumpkinRunChicago?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw   Hennepin Hundred 100M, 50M, 50K trail run Sterling http://www.hennepinhundred.com/ @hennepin100   Hops for Hope 5K 5K run St. Charles https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/StCharles/HopsForHope?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw   Mutt Strut 5K 5K run DeKalb https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Dekalb/TAILSMuttStrut?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw   Oktoberfest 5K 5K run Long Grove   Prairie State Half Marathon 13.1M, 10K, 5K run Long Grove https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/LongGrove/PrairieStateHalfMarathon10k?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw @allcommunityevents   Regent Ramble 3 Miler 3M run Rockford https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Rockford/RegentRamble3Miler?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw   October 2 Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon Minneapolis https://www.tcmevents.org/ @TwinCitiesInMotion   Noncancelled Marathon Fall Edition Oconomowoc https://runsignup.com/noncancelledfall @SCSEVENTS   Bucktown 5K 5K run Chicago https://bucktown5k.com/ @Bucktown5k   Riverside Oktoberfest 5K 5K run Lincolnshire https://raceroster.com/events/2022/61486/oktoberfest-5k-runwalk   Rotary Run Charity Classic 10K, 5K, 3K run Hinsdale https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Hinsdale/RotaryRunCharityClassic?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw   UPCOMING EVENTS October 8 Angels Against Abuse 5K 5K run Shorewood https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Anywhere/AngelsAgainstAbuse5k?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw   Bully Blitz 5K run Beecher https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Beecher/BullyBlitz?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw   Chicago 5K 5K run Chicago https://www.chicago5k.com/   Highwood Superhero 5K 5K run Highwood https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Highwood/HighwoodSuperhero5KRunWalk?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw   Lightways Hospice 5K 5K run New Lenox https://lightways.org/event/2022-5k-run/   Mark Bancroft Memorial Run 5K run | kids run Aurora https://www.raceentry.com/mark-bancroft-memorial-runwalk/race-information?affiliate=7c28459054a715e79cc5bc7d4cf7f16363470bc7   Nik's Home Run 7K 7K run Loves Park https://www.classy.org/event/2022-niks-home-run-and-walk/e374039   Panting Four Paws Festival 5K/10K 10K, 5K run Crystal Lake https://raceroster.com/events/2022/59447/panting-four-paws-festival   Run For U-46 5K run Bartlett https://runforu46.itsyourrace.com/event.aspx?id=14716   October 9 Chicago Marathon Chicago https://www.chicagomarathon.com/ @ChicagoMarathon   Cheesy Pretzel 5K 5K run Bolingbrook https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Bolingbrook/CheesyPretzel5k?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw   Illinois Homecoming 5K 5K run Urbana https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Urbana/IllinoisHomecoming5KRace?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw   NSSRA Run for All 5K, 1M run Glenview https://www.nssra.org/event/nssra-run-for-all/   Springfield Marathon 26.2M, 13.1M, 10K run New Berlin https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/NewBerlin/SpringfieldMarathon?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw   Stone and Steel Spooky 5K 5K run Joliet https://runsignup.com/Race/IL/Joliet/StoneSteelSpooky5k?aflt_token=vkmwDmweQ4iCYn8otSOOnKQ3vCO8buOw        

At The End of The Tunnel
Desi Bartlett on Becoming a Mom Into Living Fit and How To Be Total Body Beautiful - Ep 124

At The End of The Tunnel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 66:54 Transcription Available


Who we are as individuals are shaped as much by the good experiences in our lives, as the bad ones. And it's important to acknowledge the full spectrum of events that shape us, even if it's challenging or uncomfortable. Our guest today, Desi Bartlett, is no stranger to this truth. Through her practice of meditation and movement, she has studied how to take powerful lessons from both the positive and negative aspects of her life and apply them as an author, fitness professional, woman, and mother. In our conversation, Desi shares some of the details about her unstable upbringing, how she left home as a teenager, and why so much of what she does is in honor of her mother and her limitations as a parent. We delve into Desi's journey with fitness, the transformative power of movement, and how her career has evolved since she first began to pursue fitness as a profession. We also discussed Desi's work as an author, the release of her latest book Total Body Beautiful, and her passion for empowering women through movement, yoga, meditation, and nutrition. For a wonderful conversation that will surprise and delight you with its thought-provoking insights and joyful advice, make sure you tune in today!

The Schlock and Awe Podcast
S&A Halloween Season Opener - A Debra Hill Production: Adventures in Babysitting & Halloween (1978) W/ Patrick Bartlett

The Schlock and Awe Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 156:30


Welcome to Schlock & Awe's first Episode of the Halloween Season.  It's going to Halloween all time cause we are going to be looking at the Halloween Franchise.  Michael Myers is coming home.  And for the first episode Lindsay is joined by sometimes Podcaster and Writer Patrick Bartlett.  As they feel the urban panic in a Double of Chris Columbus' Adventures in Babysitting (1987) & John Carpenter's Halloween (1978). Listen to Patrick on You Could've Been a Bloodfist Movie Here Patrick's work with Video Culture Here Patrick's work with Neon Splatter Here   Follow Patrick on Twitter @alleywaykrew Follow Patrick on Instagram @ageofapunkalypse/   Follow Schlock & Awe on Twitter @schlockandawe1 Follow Schlock & Awe on Instagram @schlockandawe1/ Follow Lindsay on Twitter @readandgeek Follow Lindsay on Letterboxd @ReadandGeek/   Say Hi schlockandawemovies@gmail.com   If you like the show please Rate & Review S&A on Apple Podcasts & Spotify   Original Music Composed and Performed by Anthony King

One Question with Pastor Adam
The Bible's Evolution of Divine Nonviolence (with Tony Bartlett)

One Question with Pastor Adam

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 93:03


Many think the Bible is a hopelessly violent book. No doubt the Bible has violence within it, but what if the Bible's violence is there so that it can subvert and transform violence? After all, the only way to solve a problem is if we can name it. The problem that the Bible names is human violence. And over its pages, it reveals God's complete nonviolence. Join Pastor Adam and Tony Bartlett with your comments and questions as they discuss Tony's latest book “Signs of Change: The Bible's Evolution of Divine Nonviolence.”

The John Batchelor Show
1/2: #ClassicJerryHendrix: Profound shortage of shipyards: 1/2: Ohio Beckons the Submarine Fleet. Captain Jerry Hendrix, USN (ret) @JerryHendrixII @SagamoreInst Capt Edward L. Bartlett, Jr., @BartlettMaritim , USMM; founder, chairman and CEO, Bartlett

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 9:56


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 1/2: #ClassicJerryHendrix: Profound shortage of shipyards: 1/2: Ohio Beckons the Submarine Fleet. Captain Jerry Hendrix, USN (ret) @JerryHendrixII @SagamoreInst    Capt Edward L. Bartlett, Jr., @BartlettMaritim , USMM;  founder, chairman and CEO, Bartlett Maritime   https://www.cleveland.com/business/2022/02/following-proposal-from-lorain-ohio-congressional-leaders-ask-navy-to-consider-great-lakes-for-submarine-shipyard.html

The John Batchelor Show
2/2: #ClassicJerryHendrix: Profound shortage of shipyards: 2/2: Ohio Beckons the Submarine Fleet. Captain Jerry Hendrix, USN (ret) @JerryHendrixII @SagamoreInst Capt Edward L. Bartlett, Jr., @BartlettMaritim , USMM; founder, chairman and CEO, Bartlett

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 8:46


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 2/2: #ClassicJerryHendrix: Profound shortage of shipyards: 2/2: Ohio Beckons the Submarine Fleet. Captain Jerry Hendrix, USN (ret) @JerryHendrixII @SagamoreInst    Capt Edward L. Bartlett, Jr., @BartlettMaritim , USMM;  founder, chairman and CEO, Bartlett Maritime   https://www.cleveland.com/business/2022/02/following-proposal-from-lorain-ohio-congressional-leaders-ask-navy-to-consider-great-lakes-for-submarine-shipyard.html

Unbroken Chain Podcast
Ep 91: Ketamine Counseling w Kenton Bartlett

Unbroken Chain Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 93:48


“Nerdy rebel” Kenton Bartlett discusses starting Alabama's first psychedelic studio where he shepherds people through therapeutic ketamine sessions. We talk about leaving behind traditional talk therapy models, holding space, curating music, legality, and combatting drug war propaganda.  “If I had to summarize my current philosophy, it would be: trust yourself. And everything I'm trying to do as a therapist is just get out of the way.” You can find photos of Kenton's meticulously designed trip spaces on Facebook and learn more about his offerings on his website. Listen to the higher consciousness playlist here. More podcasts at MauraJames.com and IG @maurajames. [“Sit Around the Fire” feat. Ram Dass & East Forest]

Offshore Sailing and Cruising with Paul Trammell

Ike has family roots in the Newfoundland outport of Grand Bruit, which I visited this summer. We talk about Grenada, his Gulfstar 53, VHF radios, safety, taking boyscouts sailing, the abandonment of Newfoundland outports, the collapse of the cod fishery, Grand Bruit, relationships and personal growth from sailing, nomadic living, and more.

Treasured Wellness- Biblical Mindset Holistic Health, Christian Midlife, Improve Energy over 40, Overcome Fatigue & Stress
84. Is Your Body Full of INFLAMMATION? Special Guest Interview with Functional Medicine and SHAPE ReClaimed Practitioner Dr. Beth Bartlett

Treasured Wellness- Biblical Mindset Holistic Health, Christian Midlife, Improve Energy over 40, Overcome Fatigue & Stress

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 30:37


Today I have a special guest to share with you. Dr. Beth Bartlett is a friend and colleague of mine and she has such a gentle way of sharing functional medicine with her patients.   We talk about the many effects of inflammation on the body and how your body can respond beautifully to the right treatment. Often we don't realize we are suffering from inflammation.  Joint pain? Inflammation. Chronic headaches? Inflammation. Sleep troubles? Inflammation.  Gut issues? Inflammation.  Belly fat? Inflammation.  Even wonky hormones can be worsened by inflammation.  Hormones, labs tests to order, inflammation, brain concerns, sleep, weight loss, nutrition and more are all in this episode so settle in! Dr. Beth holds a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the National College of Chiropractic in Lombard, IL. Most recently, Dr. Beth completed her functional medicine certification in April 2019 from the Institute for Functional Medicine. As a natural medicine practitioner, she focuses on chronic disease prevention and management, using nutritional recommendations and holistic remedies to balance body chemistry. Dr. Beth wholeheartedly believes in empowering patients for success and total health transformation. Want to get in touch with Dr. Beth? Website: www.drbethbartlett.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Dr-Beth-Bartlett-Holistic-Health-114083861274178/?ref=pages_you_manage Instagram: @dr.bethb Beautiful woman, if you are struggling with your pain, fatigue or just not feeling like yourself, you have support right here. There are several ways you can reach out to me for what you need or are ready for. Book your FREE Clarity Call here: https://p.bttr.to/3dzZLs1 Feeling STUCK in your health journey? Book your UNSTUCK SESSION here: https://p.bttr.to/3Qm6WGg Are you ready to see how the SHAPE ReClaimed Anti-Inflammatory Program can help you to reduce your cravings and inflammation without feeling drained? Clink the link below to get started! https://p.bttr.to/2ZfViXl Want to learn how you can order your own lab tests online? Reach out to me! Join me in my FB Group, Holistic Health for Christian Women, to be supported, encouraged and educated in your health https://www.facebook.com/groups/933692933927629 Want more tips on how to regain your energy in a natural way using clear daily action steps along with some delicious and supportive recipes? Grab my FREE Foggy and Fatigued Blueprint Here: https://www.subscribepage.com/foggyandfatigue   This is the time for you to take back control over your health and get some much needed support and accountability along the way!