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The Drive Podcast
The Drive POD: Jason Caldwell and David Paschall join the show!

The Drive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 100:29


Auburn Network's daily local sports show is a fast paced, in depth look at the world of sports with a focus on Auburn University and local high schools. The Drive with Bill Cameron offers an entertaining and informative analysis of what's happening in sp

The Crown Refs Podcast
#228 Run The Game | w/ J.B. Caldwell

The Crown Refs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 72:45


This audio is an exclusive interview with referee trainer extroidinaire J.B. Caldwell. J.B. is a former 21-year Division 1 official who then served as the NBA's Sr. Scouting Advisor of Referee Operations from 2013-2020. In his time there, he played a key role in helping to develop many of the current NBA Officials you see today. He recently spoke to our mentor group about his 5 Pillars of Officiating, and the importance of building a foundation through solid fundamentals. We talked about ways to improve our game management and what it means to show great partnering. J.B. also touched on overcoming disappointment and gave some life tips on how to navigate in your journey. We hope you find value in this episode that you can apply on the court. Please let us know what you thought! For full episode please join our private officiating community patreon.com/crownrefs --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/crown-refs/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crown-refs/support

The C Curve
Community over Competition with Dr. Tye Caldwell

The C Curve

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 47:52


In this weeks episode we have Dr. Tye Caldwell. He is the Cofounder and CEO of ShearShare with 30 years of experience in the beauty industry. ShearShare's Mission is to be the greatest engine of jobs and wealth creation for the beauty and barber industry by connecting beauty/barber professionals with salons to rent their open space by the day or longerIn this episode he tells us the story of his company during Covid and provides us some exclusive updates on what's coming to ShearShare soon!Visit shearshare.comFollow ShearShare on Instagram @shearshare Follow Tye on Instagram @drtyecaldwellFollow Heli @heyitsheliFollow Kristin @black_dahlia_nailsArt by: @momoheddoMusic: Royalty Free Music www.bensound.com

Breakfast With Champions
Episode 378 with Brad Caldwell - Leading Through Sadness

Breakfast With Champions

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 30:37


Thank you for joining us on Breakfast with Champions! Today we hear from Brad Caldwell, a brand strategist, marketing consultant, & multiple time CEO, living in Wilmington, NC. With years of experience in multiple industries, Brad brings clarity & solutions to the pain points of businesses, business leaders, & consumers through brand-honoring analysis, market research, & integrated brand strategy.

GeekWire
Robbie Bach on 20 years of Xbox, and his debut novel, 'The Wilkes Insurrection'

GeekWire

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 47:36


Can you believe Xbox has been around for 20 years? Our guest on this week's GeekWire Podcast, Robbie Bach, was there at the beginning, and led Microsoft's gaming business for many years as Chief Xbox Officer and President of the company's Entertainment & Devices Division.  These days, Bach is board chair of the Bipartisan Policy Center, a Washington, D.C.–based think tank that promotes bipartisanship. He serves on the national board of governors for Boys and Girls Clubs of America and is on the board of the Magic Leap augmented reality company. And to top it all off, he just published his second book, which is his debut novel, a techno-thriller called The Wilkes Insurrection. Referenced in the show:  Listen In with Raquel Ark podcast: Former #Xbox CEO Robbie Bach on #Listening to #Creativity and Writing His first #Novel Alex Kantrowitz: Why LinkedIn Is the One Good Social Network September 2015 GeekWire Podcast discussion with Robbie Bach With GeekWire co-founders Todd Bishop and John Cook. Produced and edited by Curt Milton. Theme music by Daniel L.K. Caldwell. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Founders Baptist Church
Sermon Plagiarism

Founders Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 15:00


This week on the Straight Truth Podcast host, Dr. Josh Philpot says that a big topic nowadays, specifically within Baptist circles, but more broadly within the Evangelical world, is plagiarism among pastors. He shares that in the past, pastors have been fired from their congregations for plagiarizing. Yet today, it almost seems like this is a more acceptable thing to do. We are hearing of pastors agreeing with another pastor to share their sermons without telling their church. There is this borrowing, taking, and replicating, of the work and ideas of another pastor, then presenting it and representing it as their own. Is this appropriate- Is it ever a good idea to preach someone else's sermons- Have the men who are doing this or have done this disqualified themselves- Dr. Philpot tells us that Dr. Richard Caldwell has pastored for over 30 years now, working hard to prepare and deliver sermons from the Word of God. He asks Dr. Caldwell to share what he has to say about this, and what is his perspective on the borrowing of sermons, in part or whole-

Becker’s Healthcare Podcast
Exploring Population Health: The Past, Present, and Future

Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 23:19


In this episode, Dr. Will Caldwell, senior vice president and executive advisor at Health Catalyst, chats about population health and the key areas to consider for improving the health of each individual in a community. Dr. Caldwell also explores how private equity can advance population health, including the shift in the types of companies being funded, and shares his visions for the future of the population health landscape. This episode is sponsored by Health Catalyst.

Straight Truth Podcast
Sermon Plagiarism

Straight Truth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 15:09


Sermon Plagiarism | Watch This Episode on YouTube Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel Support Our Podcast Join Our Mailing List Related Messages To learn more about the responsibility of preachers and preaching, consider listening to the following sermons prepared and delivered by Dr. Caldwell to the congregation he shepherds at Founders Baptist Church. Several will expand on the passages shared Continue Reading The post Sermon Plagiarism appeared first on Straight Truth Podcast.

The Drive Podcast
The Drive POD: Jason Caldwell joins the show!

The Drive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 98:20


Auburn Network's daily local sports show is a fast paced, in depth look at the world of sports with a focus on Auburn University and local high schools. The Drive with Bill Cameron offers an entertaining and informative analysis of what's happening in sp

The Rich Roll Podcast
Jason Caldwell On Rowing Oceans, High-Performance Team Building, Experiential Leadership & Chasing The Impossible

The Rich Roll Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 159:38


Adventure begins when things start to go wrong. So stop looking for the shortcut. Embrace the difficult journey ahead.Few embody this ethos better than today's guest Jason Caldwell.An extraordinary adventure athlete and beautiful beast of a human, Jason holds 11 world records set across 5 continents and 3 oceans, including a 320-mile unassisted traverse of the Namib desert (the longest desert trek across Namibia), captaining the fastest team to row across the Atlantic Ocean unsupported, and most recently, victory in the Great Pacific Race as captain of the fastest team to ever row from San Francisco to Hawaii, a feat Jason and his 3 teammates accomplished in just 30 days 7 hours, smashing the previous world record by an astonishing 9 days.In addition, Jason is the CEO of Latitude 35, an experiential leadership and high-performance team building consulting company. He's a widely sought-after public speaker on the Fortune 500 circuit and has taught at some of the country's leading business schools, including Wharton, Columbia, Berkeley & West Point.This is a conversation about what is required to tackle and accomplish audacious goals.It's about cultivating resilience, perseverance, and risk-taking. It's about honing the willingness to fail, leveraging drive, and celebrating humility. It's also about ‘healthy quits'—the importance of knowing how, when and why sometimes it's crucial to just call it a day.But more than anything, this conversation is about the critical nature of team building. It's about leadership through experience. Why success is never a solo affair. And how to get the best out those in your orbit.If you're into wild stories of adventure this one's for you. But you don't have to be the slightest bit athletic to gain significant value out of what Jason shares today.To read more click here. You can also watch listen to our exchange on YouTube.My hope is that this conversation inspires you to reevaluate your limits, find power in your community and invest more in adventure.Needless to say, Jason has lived a wild life. This conversation nearly passed 2.5 hours—and I feel like we only scratched the surface.Peace + Plants, See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

OverDrive
Steven Caldwell on Canada vs Costa Rica, Ike Ugbo, the frigid temperature for tonight's game, and more.

OverDrive

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 9:02


TSN Soccer Analyst Steven Caldwell joins OverDrive to chat about what a win would mean for Canada as they take on Costa Rica tonight. Caldwell also touches on Canada's newest weapon in Ike Ugbo, how potent Canada's offence is on paper, how the cold temperature could affect tonight's game, and more.

Sales Hustle
#193 S2 Episode 62 - From College Graduate to Rock Star SDR with Katherine Caldwell

Sales Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 22:47


Book Your Free Revenue First Podcast Strategy here!Get Your Free Vidyard Account & State of Virtual Selling Report here!Claim Your Free 200 Leads here! HIGHLIGHTS01:27 Using LinkedIn to sell to VPs of sales and training SDRs04:19 Innovating sales and interview processes for clients 07:01 Sales manager vs sales coach: Play to individual strengths with a vision board11:03 Personal branding on LinkedIn: Use video and become a thought leader15:48 Personalize LinkedIn videos: Do your research on your prospect18:57 Creating a course and monthly on-demand access for clients21:13 Connect with Katherine  QUOTES02:21 "I was selling to VPs of sales, which people say is the hardest persona to sell to. And so I was really having to figure out how can I break through the noise in this crazy time? So I started using LinkedIn like crazy."07:23 "We can't have that management approach where everyone is doing ABC every single day. We have to have the coach mindset where we're able to easily pick out what people are good at and then get them doing that on repeat." 09:25 "I don't think a lot of managers know that their new SDR wants a Mercedes next year or that someone's playing to buy a house or have another child coming soon. And so being able to create that vision board and have the holistic view of your salesperson will help you tap in as a coach in an insane way that no one else is doing."13:12 "My golden nugget of advice is, after you've sent a video, they've heard your voice, he's seen your face, they've seen some follow-up, that's when you start cold calling. Because I just found so much gold in being able to call people."If you enjoy the Sales Transformation Podcast, please subscribe, share, and send us your feedback. Please make sure to rate us and leave a review on Apple.  Learn more about Katherine in the links below:LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/katherine-caldwell/Website - https://www.katchsolutions.com/Email - katherine@katchsolutions.comLearn more about Collin in the link below: LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/collin-saleshustle/Also, you can join our community by checking out @salescast.community. If you're a sales professional looking to take your career to greater heights, please visit us at https://salescast.co/ and set a call with Collin and Chris. 

Founders Baptist Church
How to Be Ready For Death

Founders Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 5:00


This week on the Straight Truth Podcast, Dr. Josh Philpot speaks of the heightened awareness of death that has surrounded us this last year or so. This overt awareness has come primarily due to Covid19 and the deaths associated with it. While it brings a reminder of death, and to some, great fear, we need to remember that death is an ongoing fact of this life, regardless of how or when it comes. As Christians, this is not something of which we are ignorant. The Bible clearly states that death is the result of sin, for the wages of sin is death -Romans 6-23-. As Believers in Christ, we should think differently than the world around us about the loss of life, the expiration of our physical earthly bodies. While we should not be preoccupied with death, we should be mindful of it- we should be prepared and ready, for it can come at any time. In thinking about death, Dr. Philpot asks Dr. Caldwell to share how he would help a church member, or anyone for that matter, to be prepared for death.

Cigarheadz
(Ep.147) Japanese Whiskey + Antique Line from Lost & Found

Cigarheadz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 72:15


Denny and Marc run the show this week. We try two Japanese whiskeys Togouchi and Hibiki Suntory whiskey. Atlanta wins the world series! Carlos Correa's Postgame Press Conference Sounded Like a Farewell. Astroworld fest goes horrible wrong. Elon Musk Will Donate $6 Billion to End World Hunger. Here's What Gen Z Plans To Stop That Millennials Started! Finally we try two different cigars from the Antique Line from Lost & Found by Caldwell.Reach out to us with your thoughts, questions, concerns, or comments at: Cigarheadzpodcast@gmail.comFollow us:Cigarheadz- Facebook, TwitterDenny- InstagramMarc- InstagramPaul- Instagram 

WillPower | Mind Growth
Growing into a top team with Jill Biggs

WillPower | Mind Growth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 40:29


Jill Biggs runs the #1 Caldwell banker team in New Jersey and her team is nationally recognized as one of the top 250 teams nationwide, which is quite the accomplishment. In this episode, Jill talks about her come up and how she transitioned from a bartender to a multimillionaire real estate broker. Her story is incredibly inspiring and now she enjoys helping others along their own journey.

GeekWire
Jane Park on SPACs, the immigrant ethos, and brands in the Amazon era

GeekWire

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 49:49


Jane Park, the CEO of newly public Athena Consumer Acquisition Corp., hadn't imagined herself leading a special purpose acquisition company, or SPAC, before accepting the job. She decided to consider the pitch from venture capitalist Isabelle Freidheim for one reason. “It took some convincing, a little bit. I wasn't sure if I had the right capabilities. I have always sat on the entrepreneur side. So to be on the acquiring/money side is a new perspective and vantage point for me,” she said. “I don't think I would have taken the call if it wasn't the fact that it was an all-female SPAC.” That's how the Seattle entrepreneur ended up with Freidheim and the Athena team at the New York Stock Exchange this week, as they rang the opening bell a week after raising $230 million in an initial public offering. Next on Athena's agenda is the process of identifying and acquiring a consumer-oriented company, leveraging those funds. Park is believed to be the first Korean-American woman to take a company public as CEO on the NYSE. A Yale Law School graduate and former Starbucks executive, she went on to found and lead Julep Beauty, a physical retail chain and e-commerce brand that was acquired by private equity giant Warburg Pincus. She went on to found sustainable gift-wrap company Tokki, leading the company through a pivot during the pandemic. She's also a board member of the Washington State Opportunity Scholarship, which holds its 2021 OpportunityTalks Breakfastat 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 9. On this episode of the GeekWire Podcast, Park talks about the ambitions of Athena's team, the future of consumer brands in the Amazon era, her family's experience as immigrants, and her own life story. With GeekWire's Todd Bishop and John Cook; Audio editing by Curt Milton; Theme music by Daniel L.K. Caldwell. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Founders Baptist Church
Should I hate My Family To Follow Christ?

Founders Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 6:00


This week on the Straight Truth Podcast, we will be considering the teaching of Jesus from Luke 14. After reading Luke 14-25-27, a listener has questions. They want to know what Jesus means when He uses the word hate and says we cannot be a disciple unless we do so. Does it really mean that we are to harbor hatred towards our family to follow Jesus- Or is this hyperbole- Dr. Philpot asks Dr. Caldwell if he would explain this and give his thoughts on the text. Dr. Caldwell will take us to the Word of God, read the passage in question, and explain what it teaches about being a disciple of Christ.

Ladies Building Legacies
An Interview with Doula, Michelle Gabriel-Caldwell - Part II

Ladies Building Legacies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021


Michelle Gabriel-Caldwell returns this week to talk further about her doula services with Josie and Taneice!

The Drive Podcast
The Drive POD: Jason Caldwell joins the show

The Drive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 94:53


On today's show, Bill and Dan are joined by Jason Caldwell!

The Florida History Podcast
Episode 129: Millard Caldwell

The Florida History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 8:45


On this episode we look back at Congressman and Governor Millard Caldwell who led the state during World War II.

AMERICA OUT LOUD PODCAST NETWORK
California's Collapse into Poverty and Despair is a Cautionary Tale for America

AMERICA OUT LOUD PODCAST NETWORK

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 59:03


From skyrocketing crime to rampant homelessness and poverty, from frequent power blackouts to uncontrolled forest fires, the once Golden State is fast becoming the nation's basket case with more Californians fleeing the region than ever before. This week, Dr. Jay Lehr and Tom Harris are joined by Andy Caldwell, Executive Director of Coalition of Labor, Agriculture and Business (COLAB) Santa Barbara County in California. COLAB acts as both a government watchdog and promoter of these sectors in Santa Barbara. Mr. Caldwell discusses the growing problems of California, his once-wealthy and beautiful state. The Andy Caldwell Show airs from 3 - 5 pm Pacific Time on AM 1240 KSMA in Santa Maria, on AM1290 in Santa Barbara, and FM 98.5 in San Luis Obispo. It is the only local talk show to cover the entire California Central Coast. As a strong conservative in a very liberal county, Andy ran as a Republican for the district's Seat (District 24) in the U.S. House of Representatives in the 2020 election. He pulled in a respectable 43.1% of the vote before eventually losing to the Democrat incumbent. Join Dr. Jay Lehr, Tom Harris, and guest Andy Caldwell in this week's episode of The Other Side of the Story to learn how bad California's problems have become and how the state can still be saved.  References relevant to this show: The Andy Caldwell Show, AM 1240 KSMA in Santa Maria, AM1290 in Santa Barbara, and FM 98.5 in San Luis Obispo, California COLAB, Santa Barbara County, California The latest (October 2021) COLAB monthly newsletter “Andy Caldwell's California is No Longer the Golden State,” by Dr. Jay Lehr and Tom Harris, October 26, 2021, America Out Loud

Breakfast With Champions
Episode 313 with Brad Caldwell - Implementation

Breakfast With Champions

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 29:16


Thank you for joining us on Breakfast with Champions! Today we hear from Brad Caldwell, a brand strategist, marketing consultant, & multiple time CEO, living in Wilmington, NC. With years of experience in multiple industries, Brad brings clarity & solutions to the pain points of businesses, business leaders, & consumers through brand-honoring analysis, market research, & integrated brand strategy.

Free Range American Podcast
Black Rifle Coffee Podcast: Ep 176 Jamey Caldwell

Free Range American Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 77:53


Logan Stark welcomes professional bass fisherman and former Army Special operations soldier Jamey Caldwell to the BRCC ranch. Along with guest host Marty Skovlund Jr the three discuss fine bourbon, fart jokes, military selection tips and much more.

East of the Bend
the Ryan Aiello Postgame Show 2021: Danville

East of the Bend

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 20:32


Week one of the OHSAA Division VII playoffs are here! Coach Aiello joins us to discuss the victory over Danville, the return of some key players, Mason Hackett's high level play, what it will take to get to a state title, a short preview of Caldwell, and much more!

WILDsound: The Film Podcast
October 31, 2021 - Filmmaker Sara Caldwell (GLITCH)

WILDsound: The Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021


GLITCH was the winner of BEST DIRECTION at the October 2021 HORROR Underground Film Festival. You can watch this film and the festival for FREE on Sunday all day HERE https://festivalforhorror.com/horror-film-festival/ “During COVID, a single mom takes on a new assignment that has chilling consequences.” Conversation with filmmaker Sara Caldwell on the making of the film. See her listen of written works on AMAZON: https://www.amazon.com/Sara-C.-Caldwell/e/B001K8I8XW%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share Subscribe to the podcast: https://twitter.com/wildsoundpod https://www.instagram.com/wildsoundpod/ https://www.facebook.com/wildsoundpod

GeekWire
Amazon's new reality, Facebook's virtual reality, and Microsoft's big milestone

GeekWire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 40:05


This week on the GeekWire Podcast ... We dissect Amazon's earnings, offering our take on Andy Jassy's take on the company's latest predicament. We assess a major Microsoft milestone, as the Redmond company surpasses Apple to become the world's most valuable company again. We look forward to the Metaverse, but question whether Mark Zuckerberg and his Facebook friends are the right people to take us there. And finally, by popular demand, for one show only, we bring back one of our most beloved segments, the App of the Week. With GeekWire's Todd Bishop and John Cook. Edited and produced by Curt Milton; Theme music by Daniel L.K. Caldwell. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bookey App 30 mins Book Summaries Knowledge Notes and More
The Push: A Climber's Journey of Endurance, Risk, and Going Beyond Limits by Tommy Caldwell

Bookey App 30 mins Book Summaries Knowledge Notes and More

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 8:25


It has happened to many of us: we were passionate, ready to devote ourselves to our dreams, but we gradually lost our way, forgetting what we wanted in the beginning as we become too busy tackling our lives' everyday problems. Tommy Caldwell, a legendary climber, has gone all the way to transform himself for what he loves. Caldwell never gave up his climbing career even after several drastic events: becoming a hostage, choosing to kill when faced with a life or death situation, losing a finger, and going through a divorce. On the contrary, he became more determined to keep climbing. He set the daunting Dawn Wall as his ultimate goal. Free climbing the Dawn Wall had long been considered impossible because of its steepness and smoothness. During their 19-day ascent, Caldwell and his team went through life-threatening risks and overcame great fatigue. This incredible achievement thus marked the peak of Caldwell's legendary career. Caldwell could live such an exciting life because he's always been ready to challenge himself, his will became stronger every time he pushed beyond his limits. Thanks to his ability to rise above frustrations and setbacks, he was able to achieve these awe-inspiring goals and change his life.

Midday
Rousuck Review: 'The Thanksgiving Play' at Olney Theatre Center

Midday

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 10:52


We close our Midday on the Arts program today with our weekly visit from Midday theater criticJ. Wynn Rousuck. She joins Tom with her review of The Thanksgiving Play,a new production of Native American playwright and MacArthur fellow Larissa Fasthorse's popular seasonal satire about cultural myths and "white wokeness," now at the Olney Theatre Center. Raymond O. Caldwell directs the wickedly funny play — the most-produced comedy of 2019 — with a cast that includes Parker Drown, Megan Graves, David Schlumpf and Dani Stoller. The Thanksgiving Play continues as a live and streaming performance at Olney Theatre Centre through October 31st. For ticketing information, click here. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fairygodboss Radio
Cherie Caldwell - Head of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Salesloft

Fairygodboss Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 24:00


In this episode of Fairygodboss Radio, Cherie Caldwell shares her learnings from her various workplace experiences – from a venture in corporate America at Pepsico, Home Depot, and Comcast to her most impactful (and fun!) role yet at Salesloft. Hear Cherie's best advice and resources for advancing your career, plus tips for jobseekers on how to get an honest look at a company's culture.  [Recorded on August 25, 2021] Cherie Caldwell is a Human Resources thought leader with over two decades of experience working with Fortune 100 corporations and start-ups, leading successful workforce reorganizations and organizational turnarounds that grow revenue.  Cherie decided to focus on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and joined SalesLoft as their Head of DE&I. Cherie is also the CEO of The Cherie Caldwell Company. Ms. Caldwell is a former Region Vice President of Human Resources for Comcast NBC Universal, Director for The Home Depot, and Managing Director for Delta Air Lines.  Cherie partners with leaders to develop ROI-focused strategies that solve the most complex people management concerns. She's an expert that offers nuanced solutions around organizational strategy, leadership development/coaching, and diversity, equity, and inclusion. 

Straight Truth Podcast
Church Planting

Straight Truth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 11:12


Church Planting. | Watch This Episode on YouTube Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel Support Our Podcast Join Our Mailing List Related Messages If you are interested in learning more about things spoken of in the episode today, consider listening to the sermons below. There are eight messages, six preached by Dr. Caldwell and two by Daron Roberts. As these godly Continue Reading The post Church Planting appeared first on Straight Truth Podcast.

The Drive Podcast
The Drive POD: Jason Caldwell joins the show

The Drive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 93:12


On today's show, Bill and Dan are joined by Jason Caldwell!

Breakfast With Champions
Episode 297 with Brad Caldwell - Things Change, Seeing Seasons Better

Breakfast With Champions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 33:55


Thank you for joining us on Breakfast with Champions! Today we hear from Brad Caldwell, a brand strategist, marketing consultant, & multiple time CEO, living in Wilmington, NC. With years of experience in multiple industries, Brad brings clarity & solutions to the pain points of businesses, business leaders, & consumers through brand-honoring analysis, market research, & integrated brand strategy.

Welcome Home Podcast
Purification of the Heart: On Convert Care with Mike Swies & Dr. Will Caldwell

Welcome Home Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 45:40


Ta'leef collective proudly presents the Purification of the Heart podcast. This series is a weekly discussion-based introductory class on the twenty-five spiritual diseases of the heart and their cures as defined by Imam Al-Mawlūd in his classic poem "Matharat al-Qulub", translated by Shaykh Hamza Yusuf with commentary. In this episode, Ubaydullah Evans and Ndidi Okakpu discuss the Comprehensive Treatment for the Heart suggested by Imam Al-Mawlūd.

Ohm Radio
Zandrina Dunning and Ann Caldwell

Ohm Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 38:00


Zandrina Dunning interviews Lowcountry Legend and Founder of the Magnolia Singers, Ann Caldwell about her re-emergence on the music scene after taking a break. She has a new children's book she is co-writing entitled, “Going to See a Man About a Cow.”

Gun Funny
GF 217 – Palm Trees In Minnesota

Gun Funny

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021


Welcome to Gun Funny, Episode 217. Today I'm going to chat with Kirk Kjellberg from Ideal Conceal, discuss Biden's plan to spend tax money on gun control, highlight a new lower for the Stribog, and talk about a tragedy on the movie set of Rust. I'm your host, Ava Flanell.

CSFL HUB Podcast
Week 6 Review

CSFL HUB Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 20:28


Caldwell v Penn- 1:00 Army v STAC- 8:44 MU V AB- 13:00 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

GeekWire
Tech pay, cloud trends, Kraken, and self-driving cars with Qumulo CEO Bill Richter

GeekWire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 43:59


Everyone is closely monitoring the implications of remote work as we emerge from the pandemic, so it's no surprise that one of the most widely read stories on GeekWire this week — right behind the Titanic's disappearing bathtub and Facebook's potential name change — was a story on trends in tech salaries.  Two big trends stood out in the report from jobs site Hired: Average tech salaries in Seattle are up 4.6% from last year, to $158,000, second only to the Bay Area, which saw its average dip slightly to $165,000. Nationwide, the average U.S. tech salary fell 1.1% to $152,000. With the shift to remote work, “employers are expanding their addressable candidate pool, filling roles faster and paying lower average salaries,” Hired said. What's going on here? That's our first topic on this week's GeekWire Podcast. Guest commentator: We get a real-world perspective on tech hiring, remote work, and pay trends from Bill Richter, president and CEO of Qumulo. The cloud file storage and management company joined the ranks of Seattle's unicorns with a valuation of $1.2 billion in its latest funding round. Richter was previously a venture partner at Madrona Venture Group, and a leader at Isilon Systems and EMC. "We are far more open to remote locations," he said. "It really doesn't make that much of a difference where they are when they appear on their video conferencing screen. And that opens up a lot of new talent pools." It also opens up new opportunities for people previously based in Seattle to relocate and continue working for the company. For its remote work policy, Qumulo's executive team has delegated decisions to its functional leaders, with a plan to learn and adjust as it goes, adopting an Amazon-like policy before Amazon did. "So we're definitely approaching things differently," he added. "That's not a temporary state for us; that will be the future of the way we go as a company." What does that mean for pay? The Hired survey shows that new employees in far-flung locations might not command as much as those in tech hubs. But unlike some other tech leaders, Richter, whose background is in accounting and finance, doesn't see much merit in attempting to adjust salaries when existing employees relocate. "It's a global market for talent. And in exchange for the talent and the impact that the individual provides the organization, they shall be compensated," Richter said. "All the micro-tuning of things like location and that sort of thing, that might work in the short run. In the long run, what we'll see is a market clearing for compensation in return for talent." Other topics this week The boom in unstructured cloud data, which is fueling Qumulo's business. My colleague John Cook makes his best effort to get Richter to disclose Qumulo's financial data and IPO plans. Richter does share some insights into which sectors are seeing the biggest increase in data, and thoughts on how companies are viewing Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform in this environment. The home debut of the new Seattle Kraken NHL franchise Saturday. Our colleagues Kurt Schlosser and Kevin Lisota got to tour Climate Pledge Arena this week. Check out their story and video. We reminisce about John's run-in with the Pittsburgh Penguins mascot, Iceburgh, during GeekWire's 2018 stint in the Steel City, and wonder if he'll have a similar altercation with the Kraken mascot. We'll soon find out. The future of self-driving cars, and the news that Amazon's Zoox will test its technology in Seattle's "different driving culture." John is a skeptic of autonomous vehicles, based on part his terrifying ride in one of Uber's self-driving cars. Richter is an optimist. We can only imagine what will happen when four-self driving cars arrive simultaneously at a four-way stop in Seattle. Produced and edited by Curt Milton; Music by Daniel L.K. Caldwell. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Lounge Experience
120. Velcro, Mom Jeans w/ Jeremy

The Lounge Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 98:10


Jeremy McDonald joins us this week and we couldn't be happier. He's been in the game for a long time!You may know him from Caldwell cigars.  Wild Fire Cigars have officially launched and we are excited to talk to him all about it. We also talk Mom jeans, Velcro sneakers, airplane seats and old school new balances.  Follow Jeremy on IG: @WildFireCigars & @TheCaliforniaHillbilly Follow us on IG/FB/Clubhouse: @TLE_Podcast  Email: TheLoungeExperience@gmail.com  Interested in Sailor Guevara cocktails?!  Visit https://www.sailorguevaracocktails.com , on the main page ... scroll down to cocktails potions, tools and join us!  This episode is sponsored by Room101 Brand (www.Room101Brand.com) & BOVEDA Inc. (www.BovedaInc.com)

Charis Christian Center Podcast
Special Speaker – Happy Caldwell

Charis Christian Center Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 52:29


Enjoy this teaching from our special guest Happy Caldwell!

The Drive Podcast
The Drive POD: Jason Caldwell joins the show!

The Drive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 92:04


On today's show, Bill and Dan are joined by Jason Caldwell!

Emerging Tech Horizons
Johnathan Caldwell on Emerging Tech Horizons with Dr. Mark Lewis

Emerging Tech Horizons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 25:12


On this episode of Emerging Tech Horizons, Dr. Mark Lewis is joined by Johnathon Caldwell, Vice President of Business Innovation, Transformation and Enterprise Excellence for Lockheed Martin Space. Join Johnathon and Dr. Lewis as they explore the role of digital twins in digital engineering, how they will change the development of emerging technologies, integrating digital twins into the customer review process, and 5G for defense.

Breakfast With Champions
Episode 234 with Sara McCord & Brad Caldwell - Judgement and Self Reflection

Breakfast With Champions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 17:07


Thank you for joining us on Breakfast With Champions! Today we hear from Sara McCord & Brad Caldwell!  Brad Caldwell is a brand strategist, marketing consultant, & multiple time CEO, living in Wilmington, NC. With years of experience in multiple industries, Brad brings clarity & solutions to the pain points of businesses, business leaders, & consumers through brand-honoring analysis, market research, & integrated brand strategy. Sara McCord is a communications and marketing strategist who specializes in helping companies and thought leaders reach ambitious business goals through stronger content thoughtfully built across multiple channels. She's worked with a Fortune-100, billion dollar investment firms, small businesses, and thought leaders and solopreneurs; on multi-faceted communications, branding and rebranding, social media, and content strategies. Most recently, Sara signed on to build Breakfast With Champions, where she's charged with startegically growing, scaling, marketing and monetizing the brand on Clubhouse, as a podcast, and through other audience experiences. Sara got her start in editorial as a Staff Writer/ Editor at the Muse and Mashable Contributor, and her 200+ published articles have been bylined or syndicated across Cosmopolitan, Forbes, Fast Company, Time, CNBC, Good Housekeeping, and more.  

Breakfast With Champions
Episode 212 with Brad Caldwell - Finding Your Rhythm

Breakfast With Champions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 20:04


Thank you for joining us on Breakfast with Champions! Today we hear from Brad Caldwell, a brand strategist, marketing consultant, & multiple time CEO, living in Wilmington, NC. With years of experience in multiple industries, Brad brings clarity & solutions to the pain points of businesses, business leaders, & consumers through brand-honoring analysis, market research, & integrated brand strategy.

The Modern Therapist's Survival Guide with Curt Widhalm and Katie Vernoy

Waiving Goodbye to Telehealth Progress An interview with Dr. Ben Caldwell, LMFT about the impacts of rolling back the covid telehealth waivers. Curt and Katie talk with Ben about how the expiration of emergency orders will impact the profession. As a case study, we talk through how the California professional boards and associations are navigating these challenges, including looking at disciplinary action that has caused alarm (although we don't think it should). We also talk about calls to action to get involved now, so you can shape future policy on telehealth, tele-supervision, and remote work. It's time to reimagine therapy and what it means to be a therapist. To support you as a whole person and a therapist, your hosts, Curt Widhalm and Katie Vernoy talk about how to approach the role of therapist in the modern age. Interview with Dr. Ben Caldwell, LMFT Dr. Benjamin Caldwell, PsyD is a California Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (#42723) and the Continuing Education Director for SimplePractice Learning. He currently serves as adjunct faculty for California State University Northridge in Los Angeles. He has taught at the graduate level for more than 15 years, primarily in Law and Ethics, and has written and trained extensively on ethical applications in mental health care. In addition to serving a three-year term on the AAMFT Ethics Committee, Dr. Caldwell served as the Chair of the Legislative and Advocacy Committee for AAMFT-California for 10 years. He served as Editor for the User's Guide to the 2015 AAMFT Code of Ethics and is the author for several books, including Saving Psychotherapy and Basics of California Law for LMFTS, LPCCs, and LCSWs. In this episode we talk about: As a case study: the California Board of Behavioral Sciences rolling back covid waivers and losing the progress made during the pandemic The emergency orders - covid waivers - that are expiring related to telehealth, tele-supervision The specifics of remote supervision when emergency orders are rescinded. Looking at permanent legislation concerns as well as the best-case timeline for when remote supervision can come back The concerns about moving backward and losing all progress made during the pandemic related to electronic and telehealth efforts The short-sightedness of requiring an in-person meeting when starting telehealth or tele-supervision Disciplinary action case regarding remote supervision and a prelicensed individual working from home – but there's so much more nuance than that Current legislation related to where mental health employees can work (which is actually quite flexible in CA) Equity and access issues related to not allowing clinicians to provide mental health from home On-going responsibilities for supervisors to ensure confidentiality and data security The requirements that supervisors have regardless of where supervisees are working Calls to Action to attend Board meetings for your licensing board, so you can be informed and help to shape future policy.   Our Generous Sponsor: Turning Point Turning Point is a financial planning firm that's focused exclusively on serving mental health professionals. They'll help you navigate all the important elements of your personal finances, like budgeting, investing, selecting retirement plans, managing student loan debt and evaluating big purchases, like your first home. And because they specialize in serving therapists in private practice, they'll help you navigate the finances of your practice, as well. They'll help you navigate bookkeeping, analyze the financial implications of changes like hiring clinicians or diversifying your income sources. They'll even help you consider strategies like the S-Corp tax election. Visit turningpointHQ.com to learn more and enter the promo code Modern Therapist for 30% off their Quick Start Coaching package. Resources mentioned: We've pulled together resources mentioned in this episode and put together some handy-dandy links. Please note that some of the links below may be affiliate links, so if you purchase after clicking below, we may get a little bit of cash in our pockets. We thank you in advance! SimplePractice Learning Motivo's tool regarding rules for tele-supervision in all 50 states CA Board of Behavioral Sciences Covid Information   Relevant Episodes: Covid-19 Legal and Ethical Updates Post Pandemic Practice Noteworthy Documentation Connect with us! Our Facebook Group – The Modern Therapists Group  Our consultation services: The Fifty-Minute Hour Who we are: Curt Widhalm is in private practice in the Los Angeles area. He is the cofounder of the Therapy Reimagined conference, an Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University and CSUN, a former Subject Matter Expert for the California Board of Behavioral Sciences, former CFO of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, and a loving husband and father. He is 1/2 great person, 1/2 provocateur, and 1/2 geek, in that order. He dabbles in the dark art of making "dad jokes" and usually has a half-empty cup of coffee somewhere nearby. Learn more at: www.curtwidhalm.com Katie Vernoy is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, coach, and consultant supporting leaders, visionaries, executives, and helping professionals to create sustainable careers. Katie, with Curt, has developed workshops and a conference, Therapy Reimagined, to support therapists navigating through the modern challenges of this profession. Katie is also a former President of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. In her spare time, Katie is secretly siphoning off Curt's youthful energy, so that she can take over the world. Learn more at: www.katievernoy.com A Quick Note: Our opinions are our own. We are only speaking for ourselves – except when we speak for each other, or over each other. We're working on it. Our guests are also only speaking for themselves and have their own opinions. We aren't trying to take their voice, and no one speaks for us either. Mostly because they don't want to, but hey.   Stay in Touch: www.mtsgpodcast.com www.therapyreimagined.com Our Facebook Group – The Modern Therapist's Group https://www.facebook.com/therapyreimagined/ https://twitter.com/therapymovement https://www.instagram.com/therapyreimagined/   Credits: Voice Over by DW McCann https://www.facebook.com/McCannDW/ Music by Crystal Grooms Mangano http://www.crystalmangano.com/   Transcript (Autogenerated)   Curt Widhalm  00:00 This episode of Modern Therapist's Survival Guide is brought to you by Turning Point   Katie Vernoy  00:03 Turning Point Financial Life Planning helps therapists confidently navigate every aspect of their financial life from practice financials and personal budgeting to investing Tax Management and student loans. Visit Turning Point hq.com. To learn more and enter the promo code modern therapist for 30% off their quickstart coaching package.   Curt Widhalm  00:24 Listen at the end of the episode for more information.   Announcer  00:27 You're listening to the modern therapist Survival Guide where therapists live, breathe and practice as human beings to support you as a whole person and a therapist. Here are your hosts, Kurt Wilhelm and Katie Vernoy.   Curt Widhalm  00:43 Welcome back modern therapists. This is the modern therapist Survival Guide. I'm Curt Widhalm with Katie Vernoy. And this is the podcast about all things therapy therapists for therapists. by - I pause here because I don't know if we can call today's guest still a therapist he's but he is not.   Dr. Ben Caldwell  01:04 How dare you Curt!   Curt Widhalm  01:06 We are once again joined by Dr. Ben Caldwell, a longtime friend of the show and returning for like somewhere around his fourth appearance. But talking to us today about some stuff going on in the California Board of behavioral sciences and their attempts to go back to the Dark Ages, in some some legislation that they're crafting. This is important for all of our listeners, because in preparing for this episodes, I asked them is this just where licensing boards are creating solutions to problems that don't exist? But let's allow Ben to introduce himself.   Dr. Ben Caldwell  01:50 It's always good to be with you both. I'm Ben Caldwell, I'm the Education Director for simple practice learning and I am in point of fact a California licensed MFT.   Katie Vernoy  02:02 Yeah ....you two.   Curt Widhalm  02:06 So at the core of this is a subcommittee meeting which these are fantastic meetings, if you've ever seen TV shows like Parks and Rec, where they're open meetings for the government discusses things and people are allowed to show up. And many of these meetings are kind of lackluster as far as entertainment value. But important stuff happens at them. And recent telehealth subcommittee meeting of the California BBs happened here a couple of weeks ago. And Dr. Caldwell was there and relayed some information of some discussions as far as with COVID restrictions changing and some stories that we're going to share in this episode today that are going to illustrate why this is important enough for us to dedicate an episode to what should hopefully have been a rather boring meeting.   Dr. Ben Caldwell  03:06 Yeah, those those meetings are they are not compelling television. I'll put it that way. But it is important for us to be involved and aware of what's happening there. Because that that is how the proverbial sausage gets made when it comes to the policies that ultimately impact our work and can move us forward, backward or sideways kind of depending on what gets done. licensing boards generally around the country. They have open meetings and their their public meetings, anybody can show up anybody can be heard. And in general, I think boards are actually pretty responsive to the questions needs and desires of those people who do show up. It's just that very, very few people do. You know the BBS governs now more than 100,000, licensees and registrants across it's different license and registration types in California. And most of these meetings, there's five or 10, licensees are registered to actually show up, even if it means that the meetings are going to take longer, and there's going to be a little more argument on both sides. It's probably better for more people to be at those meetings and be heard and have some influence on the process.   Katie Vernoy  04:17 So I think this is a point of advocacy. And so I think one of the calls to action I'll just put it out right now is if you are a registrant or a licensee in a state, but especially California, since that's where we're talking about, like, go to some of these meetings or at least understand what's happening at these meetings so that if you want to make a statement you can but to frame this a little bit, I guess I am hearing that in this meeting that there are COVID waivers that were coming to a close that people have a response to There was also some ideas around telehealth and tele supervision. So So what is it actually that we're talking about? What should people be paying attention to right now as covered waivers are coming to a close.   Dr. Ben Caldwell  05:04 So, across the country, there have been emergency orders that were put into place around the beginning of the pandemic. That allowed for things like the increased use of Interstate practice, that allowed for increased use of telehealth with with less restriction. And that allowed for some other kinds of intended to be temporary changes that made it easier for us to engage in continuity of care, as everybody was stuck at home. Where we are now is that a lot of those emergency orders either have expired, or are going to be expiring in the relatively near term. Now California has hung on to a lot of those emergency orders and waivers longer than some other states have. But even in California, the waivers that have been issued by the Department of Consumer Affairs throughout the pandemic. Those are it sounds like it kind of in the process of winding down. And one of those waivers that has been really attention getting in California is the waiver that allows associates in private practice settings, to engage in online video supervision. If you go pre pandemic, can you look at sort of the the normal California law, video based supervision is only allowed for associates in nonprofit and other what the law calls exempt settings. Private Practice doesn't typically allow it. There was this waiver put into place at the beginning of COVID to allow for video based supervision in private practice. That waiver has been extended 60 days at a time throughout the pandemic. And the current extension of that waiver is set to expire at the end of October. I know that camped and others are continuing to advocate for additional extensions to that waiver. But the Department of Consumer Affairs ultimately makes the decision and they it sounds like had a meeting with some of their boards and bureaus. And what the BBs said in the most recent telehealth committee meeting was that it is and I wrote this down because it the language struck me quote, very highly unlikely, unquote, that there will be a further extension of that waiver.   Curt Widhalm  07:28 So I am aware of some efforts towards legislation to make that piece more permanent. And assuming that there's no substantial opposition to it. Like that would go into effect in 2023, based on at the earliest based on the way that California's legislative system works.   Dr. Ben Caldwell  07:50 Correct. That was one of the things that was actively discussed in that telehealth committee meeting. And they talked about kind of what the policy should be on an ongoing basis for allowing remote supervision across all work settings. I think there's general consensus that remote supervision should be allowed across all work settings. But there is this anxiety. And I keep asking folks for hard evidence to back it up. But I have yet to see any not say it doesn't exist. But I haven't seen any where some board members, some practitioners, some people are just weirdly nervous about allowing remote supervision across all work settings. And to the point where one of the proposals that the BBs was was weighing out in this committee meeting was a 5050 model, where remote supervision would be allowed across all work settings, but you'd have to do no more than 50% of supervision remotely. And the other half would have to be in person, which eliminates a lot of the prospective benefit of telehealth supervision or tele supervision. And thankfully of those people who did show up to the committee meeting, to a person almost universally, they all dragged the committee for even considering this concept because it doesn't make sense. It just wouldn't work. And where they landed, I think their proposal that they're going to carry forward is to allow tele supervision across all work settings, including private practice, conditioned upon there being at least one in person meeting between supervisor and supervisee within 60 days of the beginning of the supervision relationship, and that's kind of a parallel to the the current requirement for the supervisor to get SSI related to supervision you have to do that within 60 days at the beginning of supervision and that allows for people who are kind of pulled in in agency or hospital or other settings at the last minute so that you don't have to do a whole bunch of other stuff before you can supervise if you're needing to take over quickly. But there is a bunch of stuff you have to do within 60 days. I don't really know why that in person meeting is necessary. But I will take that long before a 5050 kind of approach.   Curt Widhalm  10:11 Now and in hearing this, this sounds like we've been through one pandemic, we've seen the world transformed. Have we learned nothing about the way that commerce and healthcare has transformed and that many consumers are expecting us to continue to be available?   Dr. Ben Caldwell  10:33 I don't know that we've learned nothing. I also don't know that we have taken all of the lessons that we potentially could have taken the BBs to their credit, they went out and they did a bunch of surveys about kind of how people felt about tele supervision specifically. And there is clearly not only demand but expectation that that the current telehealth status of our work is largely here to stay. And that the policies we have that govern our work should accommodate that, rather than moving us backward to how things were pre pandemic. And there is some, I guess there's conflicted opinion about that. But the hope among the majority of practitioners is that we're not going to have this weird back and forth of, you know, tele supervision was okay for a long time, and then it's going to be not okay for a little while, and that's going to be okay. Again, I don't know if there's a way to avoid that at this point, it seems kind of inevitable that the the waiver is not going to go all the way through 2023. But I don't know how we then avoid that kind of forward and back and forward again, kind of process.   Katie Vernoy  11:47 What, what are we seeing across the country? Because I actually right before we started recording, I saw something from motivo. And they had, you know, kind of all the tele supervision laws across 50 states. And I'll put that that tool in the show notes. But I was noticing that it's very variable across all 50 states and even across licensure types. I mean, yeah, maybe though. So maybe the question isn't what is everybody else doing? But but kind of digging more into this anxiety? I mean, to me the in the in person meeting, what is it supposed to accomplish, that you can accomplish? According to this theory, that maybe you don't agree with? But like, what is it supposed to accomplish? And how is it supposed to improve the supervision relationship?   Dr. Ben Caldwell  12:38 The theory goes, that if you meet with the supervisee, in person that provides an opportunity to most effectively gauge whether they are in fact appropriate for tele supervision. That's the theory. Again, I've seen no hard evidence to back that up. And I would even argue that that's kind of the same anxiety that we saw and heard at the beginning of the the use of telehealth in therapy, where you had a lot of practitioners saying, Well, you know, it's just not the same as face to face, there's this thing about the energy in the room, and I need to assess somebody in person to see their little micro expressions and, and pick up on their vibe, and et cetera, et cetera. And that just has not held up to research scrutiny. That telehealth provision of services seems to be every bit as effective as in person services, from the overwhelming majority of studies conducted to date. And I don't see any reason why supervision would be different in that regard that there's somehow something magical in an in person supervision meeting, that would require that process for supervision. But we don't need to do that in standard telehealth care. These are in many ways, parallel but not identical processes. It's just that in both of them, it seems like we can do our jobs effectively, remotely. And we have been doing that for a year and a half now. And so sometimes in these committee meetings, people will say things like, well, I don't want to open the floodgates. Well, that ship has sailed, the floodgates have been open for a year and a half. Yeah, and it's been fine. I've seen no evidence that this has created some kind of a massive problem in terms of supervisee misbehavior or treatment failure in therapy. You know, we've all been doing the best we can under really, really difficult circumstances. And it's been an interesting natural experiment. And the results of that experiment are that telehealth and tele supervision can be tremendously tremendously effective and don't appear to increase risks at least from the best information we have available. Now.   Curt Widhalm  15:00 Now, he brought up CAMFT. And CAMFT has a little bit different opinion in this or at least based on a disciplinary action case that has a lot of nuances to it, but seems to oversimplify it to be like, but there was this one discipline action. Actually two because both the supervisor and the supervisee were disciplined. This case largely was it This was actually all before the pandemic even happened when when these infractions occurred. But can you walk us through what happened and why this is pertinent in this discussion?   Dr. Ben Caldwell  15:45 Yeah, so the the disciplinary action that you're talking about, I'm familiar with it, it was finalized in 2020. And you're right that it was based on behavior that had occurred prior to the pandemic. But there is kind of separate from the rest of the the supervision rules in California, there is this one very specific section of the California Business and Professions Code that says, and I'm going to quoted here, because I knew we were going to be talking about it. A trainee associate or applicant for licensure, shall only perform mental health and related services at the places where their employer permits business to be conducted. That section of law is not further limited. There's no like clause after that, that says, except for x y&z so if you read that, if you take that language at face value, then as long as the employer allows, and as long as the services are otherwise legally and ethically compliant, so you're still maintaining data security, you're still protecting confidentiality, you're still doing all the stuff that you are normally required to do, then it appears to be fine under the law, for a supervisee to work from home. And that's in statute. That's not an emergency waiver, that that is the sort of normal case of the law as it exists right now. The disciplinary action that you're talking about, there were a lot of things going on in that case, beyond just the supervisor, you're working from home, that is one thing that was happening, but there were a lot of other shenanigans that were happening there. And when you look at the disciplinary action, it reflects this kind of kitchen sink approach to discipline that a lot of boards take where they unearth as many possible violations as they can find, because that gives them some leverage in negotiating what the ultimate discipline against the licensee is going to be. So they document all these different violations. They put them in front of the administrative law judge, if it gets that far if it gets to a hearing, and that becomes the basis for disciplinary action. In this particular case, the administrative law judge looked at the history of the law, the history of that clause that I just quoted, and basically came to the conclusion that well, the legislature didn't intend to say that you can work from just anywhere. that's problematic. Yeah, it is. Right? I mean, the the historical record lines up with this, that neither the BBs and in running that legislation, nor the legislature and making the change, really intended to allow for full time work from home. But you and I, and other people were not expected to be psychic about what the laws intent was, we're supposed to be able to read the law, make sense of it with kind of a plain language, good faith reading, and act accordingly. And the language here quite plainly reads as though it allows work from home, including full time work from home, if the employer allows it and if it is otherwise legally, and ethically compliant. So to your question, Kurt.   Curt Widhalm  19:17 Okay, and even even before you get to the question,   Dr. Ben Caldwell  19:20 yeah   Curt Widhalm  19:20 even before you get to the question. This would also be inconsistent with many licensing boards, definition of therapy taking place where the client is located, and would be completely irrelevant to where those services are being provided, as far as where the practitioner is located.   Dr. Ben Caldwell  19:43 Yeah, that's right. The licensing boards and ethics codes generally take the stance that therapy happens, where the client is physically located at the time of service, and that's reflected in our California telehealth laws that's reflected in professional ethics codes that quite often use that word located very intentionally and specifically. Now, that doesn't mean that boards can't restrict where the therapist is providing services from they have that authority if they choose to take it on. But the California standard right now is just what I read to you, if the employer allows it, it's permitted.   Katie Vernoy  20:20 What was the intent,   Dr. Ben Caldwell  20:23 The intent was to allow for supervisees to leave their agency settings to go do like home visits at client homes, to work in homeless outreach to go provide services at schools and other kind of third party locations, where the the super actually the employer allowed it and where they could again, take those steps to protect and preserve confidentiality, data, security, etc. There's nothing in the record of that law change that really contemplates full time work from home. Although there's a whole bunch of laws, where we could say that the current environment, the COVID, environment was not contemplated at the time that that law was created. We we didn't anticipate being in the middle of a pandemic. Yeah. And so the BBs has said, Well, we probably ought to go back and take a look at this language. Now in light of what we've seen since the pandemic of people working from home full time, but it's weird to me that they are looking at it with the potential impact of kind of walking back this allowance, when again, work from home seems to have largely been fine for a year and a half.   Katie Vernoy  21:38 What's interesting, because I remember when field based services was coming about, you know, I was working in community mental health at that time, and and there was a huge pushback from providers on how it wouldn't be as good as someone coming into the clinic. And so that has that same feel to it of, well, maybe it's not good enough. But I think honestly, you know, the pendulums keep swinging on what's the best and all of that stuff. But uh, but what I'm really hearing is that the law in itself, as is currently written provides the flexibility and creativity for employers to be adaptive and responsive to the clients they serve. And that also means they can be adaptive and responsive to the workforce, and allow for clinicians to live where they can afford to live and do services in areas that potentially have a different lineup. You know, it, to me, it just seems like walking it back would be hugely detrimental to quality of life and quality of work for clinicians, but also for access for meeting clients where they are I mean, it just it seems, it seems to me that there's a lot to be worried about if this gets walked back.   Dr. Ben Caldwell  22:57 I agree. And a couple of people brought up very eloquently the the point about access and equity in that recent telehealth committee meeting. You know, one of the great advantages of allowing work from home is that it allows clinicians to provide services, even if the clinician is working from a rural location. And if the clinician has some kind of medical or mental health issue that makes it difficult for them to leave their home. You know, are we just telling those folks well, tough, then you can't work in the mental health field? I don't think any of us intends that. And so the question then becomes really how much flexibility and accommodation are we supposed to? Or do we want to put into the law, and I like this statute as it is right now, I recognize that it does not line up with the historical intent. But I think the outcome is fantastic.   Katie Vernoy  23:53 My understanding of the best laws and policies are ones that are specific to what's most important, but don't get caught in the details of, you know, kind of current affairs, right, like so if we're, whether it's working in the field, whether it's working telehealth like this, the law itself provides enough guidance around it. And so to specify it becomes more time limited, it would it would date it, and it would make it so it would have to change again soon. Whereas as it's written, it actually does what it needs to do. At least that's what I'm hearing that you're saying.   Dr. Ben Caldwell  24:30 Yeah, I mean, the law is intended to be revised over time. It's a it's a living set of documents, right? And so we're always responding to what's happening in the larger world around us and hopefully learning more about how professionals work how we can best provide services. From the BBs perspective. They are fundamentally a Public Protection Agency. So they're most interested in developing laws and regulations that keep clients safe. And to that end, I think we've got Now a year and a half worth of data that suggests that when the therapist is working from home that does not seem to impede client safety. Now there is still a supervisor responsibility there in terms of making sure that that supervisee really can provide a confidential and data secure environment. But to your point, Katie, I think that the best laws are ones that both allow and enforce a level of appropriate professional responsibility and judgment. And so do we want to be really prescriptive in terms of how supervisors are supposed to ensure that? Or do we just want to say that supervisors have that responsibility of ensuring that their supervisors are providing data security, confidentiality, etc, and let supervisors kind of do their jobs?   Curt Widhalm  25:50 So I want to talk in generalities, that almost sounded like a real word. I want to talk generally about some of the disciplinary stuff that this seems to be based on because you talked about the administrative law judge, looking at the intention behind the law. But at face value, some of the concerns about oversight seems to be really the foundations of a lot of these anxieties, the the, some of the cardigan cartel pearl clutching seems to be based on here. Now, my understanding is this disciplinary action is already written into law as far as the kinds of oversights that a supervisor should be having over their supervisees. Anyway, am I correct in that?   Dr. Ben Caldwell  26:49 Yeah, so with the, the disciplinary action I was talking about earlier, there, there were so many problematic things happening in terms of the supervisee sort of acting independently, with the blessing of the supervisor, as best as can be read, they're to go out and get office space and set things up, like it was a supervisees own business, do independent billing, etc, etc, there's a there's a lot of stuff there in terms of the oversight that the supervisor was supposed to be providing that they were not providing, apparently.   Curt Widhalm  27:26 And that is already in the law as far as this kind of stuff. And so if I'm hearing and making up what I have not attended this meeting, making up what I imagined that the conversation is, well, if there's even less oversights by not having met them physically, one time that this is going to prevent all sorts of future bad supervisee behavior. When you know, I have a practice, I have supervisees, in my practice, they can do stuff off the clock anyway, that would do any of these things anyway, that are already against the law.   Dr. Ben Caldwell  28:08 Yeah, and that's one of the challenges, I think, from a from a regulatory framework, but also for for you and me and everybody else, as supervisors, you know, we do the best we can and ensuring that the behavior of our supervisees is legally and ethically compliant. And there are those situations where, you know, there may be a disciplinary action against a supervisee, but not their supervisor, because the supervisee did go off kind of on their own didn't tell the supervisor about stuff they were doing. And the supervisor was providing the kind of expected and intended level of supervision. I don't think there's any amount of in person requirement or any level of regulation that is going to effectively prevent every supervisee, who has sort of ill intent from going out and doing what they decide on their own to do. I think the question becomes this balance of how much regulation do you do? How prescriptive Do you get in telling supervisors how to do their jobs? And what what levers Do you want to pull to try to ensure that supervision happens in the way that you would like for it to happen, you know, one of the levers you can pull is requiring a certain level of in person supervision. But does that actually impact anything in terms of legal and ethical compliance beyond that? I don't know.   Curt Widhalm  29:35 It would seem with a lot of the waivers and stuff that have been in place across the country that we would not want to become overly restrictive for when and if there is a next pandemic or worldwide event. In your opinion here does the direction that these discussions are going at the at the licensing board and Possibly, and other licensing boards across the country seem to be ignoring some of that flexibility that would allow for a profession to need to respond in an event, like a pandemic, if it were to happen again.   Dr. Ben Caldwell  30:17 Yeah, I mean, as Katie said, the, the way that boards are moving and the sort of default states for boards across the country, it's all over the map. There are some that that really had flexible policies in place before the pandemic. There are some who I think I've taken lessons from the pandemic and are wanting to move in a direction of flexibility. And there are others who might say, once the pandemic is and take this with a giant grain of salt, more or less over, that they just want to go back to what the default state had been before that. It's, it's a reasonable thing to ask what should be sort of the the normal state of regulation for mental health work. And then what should be the exception, where we do things a little bit differently because an emergency demands it. I think that at least the preponderance of what I've seen in Policymaking around the country, boards are kind of moving in the direction of more allowance of telehealth more allowance of even temporary practice across state lines. Of course, all the professions are working hard on trying to improve license portability. And those are good changes. policy does appropriately, move slowly. You know, we don't want the law to be so reactive to current events, that you're getting constant whiplash, you're being pushed and pulled in different directions based on the events of the past few weeks or past few months. But I think we are going to see some lasting change, especially around telehealth regulation. What's going to be weird, not just in California, but in a bunch of places around the country, is that with putting into policy, what we've learned from the pandemic, we've got sort of this exceptional state right now, where where lots of places are still under some form of emergency authorizations, we're going to go back to the prior default state, at least for a little while, as new policies are being crafted run through state legislatures and implemented, and then we're going to step forward again, to a new normal, that better accounts for the flexibility that has been shown to be really effective during the pandemic. It's, it is a weird forward than back then forward again. And I don't think every state board is going to land in the same place in terms of the adaptations they want to make on an ongoing basis. But I do think the, the overall path is a good one. It's a path toward increased use of telehealth increased authorization for telehealth. It's a path toward better license portability. It's a path toward flexibility in the supervision process. But it's not a straight line to get there.   Curt Widhalm  33:18 If you've hung with us this late in the episode, the call to action here really is keep an eye on your licensing boards. And to know that there is a lot of stuff that you might have to sit through, but could drastically impact the way that you go about your business or the way that you go about your practice. And these are the kinds of mundane things that those of us who've been in the advocacy world for a while. We hear complaints 5678 years later of like, Well, why didn't anybody say anything. And that could have steered a direction, you know, that prevented some of this stuff from happening. And as Dr. Caldwell was pointing out here that for many states, this might be a forced return back to pre pandemic ways while the legislative process catches up with some of the actions that we've been able to do during this pandemic. But go and be a part of those conversations as that legislation is being crafted so that way, you can actually talk with licensing boards, law makers about how this has played out in the real world. And that is something that is tremendously impactful when talking with people like politicians who have no idea about what we do. So thank you for spending some time with us today. And where can people find out more about you and the stuff that you're working on?   Dr. Ben Caldwell  35:01 They can find out more about me and my stuff at simple practice learning.com. And just I want to thank you both as always, for having me on, these are really important conversations to have. And I couldn't have said that better for it. if folks want to know what policy changes are coming down the pike show up, come to these meetings. It's it's not unusual that we will hear from people to change takes effect saying, what How did this happen? I didn't know about this. Well, if you go to your board meetings, you can know about those changes a year or more ahead of time. And in fact, you can have real influence on what those changes are going to look like. I love it. When more folks come to these board meetings, it makes for better conversation and informed decision making for everybody.   Katie Vernoy  35:48 And it's probably a little less boring for you,   35:50 It is a lot less boring. Listen, like in parks and rec people sometimes will show up with the most off the wall. Wild comments that have nothing to do with anything. And if there is I'll admit this certain part of my heart that is it warmed when that happens.   Katie Vernoy  36:13 I've got my marching orders. I'll be there next time.   Curt Widhalm  36:17 Until next time, I'm Curt Widhalm with Katie Vernoy and Dr. Ben Caldwell.   Katie Vernoy  36:22 Thanks again to our sponsor Turning Point   Curt Widhalm  36:25 we wanted to tell you a little bit more about our sponsor turning points. Turning Points is a financial planning firm that's focused exclusively on serving mental health professionals to help you navigate all the important elements of your personal finances like budgeting, investing, selecting retirement plans, managing student loan debt and evaluating big purchases, like your first home. And because they specialize in serving therapists and private practice, so help you navigate the finances of your practice as well. They'll help you navigate bookkeeping, analyze the financial implications of changes like hiring clinicians or diversifying your income sources. They'll even help you consider strategies like S corp tax collection,   Katie Vernoy  37:02 and for listeners of MTSG you'll receive 30% off the price of their quickstart coaching intensive just enter promo code modern therapist when signing up. And don't forget to visit Turning Point hq.com to download your free finance quickstart guide for therapists.   Announcer  37:19 Thank you for listening to the Modern Therapist's Survival Guide. Learn more about who we are and what we do at mtsgpodcast.com. You can also join us on Facebook and Twitter. And please don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss any of our episodes.    

GeekWire
The shared orbits of Microsoft and Amazon, and the tech industry's future in space

GeekWire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 40:59


This week on the GeekWire Podcast: a new Microsoft leader finally gets to work, Amazon makes a surprising change in its remote work policy, and the promise of space for the tech industry. Our guest commentator is Charlie Kindel, who worked for many years as a Microsoft general manager in areas including its server and mobile businesses, before jumping into the world of startups and then ending up at Amazon, where he led mobile payments and built the Alexa Smart Home organization.  After working as chief product and technology officer at home automation company SnapOne, previously known as Control4, he's now an independent advisor and consultant to companies including space and satellite startups. Stories covered on this week's show: ‘The most profound experience': Blue Origin sends Star Trek's William Shatner to the final frontier Microsoft and Amazon reach truce allowing former AWS executive Charlie Bell to start in new role Amazon will leave remote work decisions to individual team leaders in new policy twist With GeekWire's Todd Bishop and John Cook. Theme music by Daniel L.K. Caldwell. See geekwire.com/podcast for more episodes and links to subscribe.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Pastors of Payne (County)
I‘m Following Jesus. Now What?- Fr. Kerry Talks with FOCUS Missionary Clayton Caldwell

Pastors of Payne (County)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 30:00


OSU FOCUS Missionary Clayton Caldwell joins Fr. Kerry again for a discussion on what to do post conversion to Jesus Christ. Thanks for listening!

Have You Not Heard?
True Worship leads to True Identity w/ Julie Caldwell

Have You Not Heard?

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 47:28


Worship is a way of life for Julie Caldwell. Julie thinks outside of the box regarding what worship is and what it can accomplish in our lives. Ultimately true worship leads us to knowing God and our true identity. She's known as wife, mom, worship leader, songwriter, seminary student and an all around fun and authentic person. (oh, and she happens to be a great musician, too) You are going to enjoy her! Be sure to listen to the end as Julie lead's us in worship! Please rate and review this episode. And send it to a friend. Help us share the #hope #healing that can only be found through #Christ. Contact Julie at: caldwelljuliep@gmail.com Julie's original worship song: "Pour Me Out" In my weakness, you are strong In my darkness, you are light In my sadness, you are joy In my fear, you are almighty In my despair, you are hope In my doubt, you are faith In my trouble, you are peace When I tremble, you are unshaken I want to pour me out, so you can fill me up I want to be a vessel for your purpose, Lord I want to lay me down, so you can raise me up A new creation in your perfect love. I want to pour me out, I want to lay me down (2x) so you can raise me up (2x) Psalm 28:7New International Version 7 The Lord is my strength and my shield; my heart trusts in him, and he helps me. My heart leaps for joy, and with my song I praise him. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/angel-h-davis/message

Breakfast With Champions
Episode 178 with Brad Caldwell - Stewardship

Breakfast With Champions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 28:39


Thank you for joining us on Breakfast With Champions! Today we hear from Brad Caldwell, a brand strategist, marketing consultant, & multiple time CEO, living in Wilmington, NC. With years of experience in multiple industries, Brad brings clarity & solutions to the pain points of businesses, business leaders, & consumers through brand-honoring analysis, market research, & integrated brand strategy.

Breakfast With Champions
Episode 138 with Brad Caldwell - Gratitude

Breakfast With Champions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 19:57


Thank you for joining us on Breakfast With Champions! Today we hear from Brad Caldwell, a brand strategist, marketing consultant, & multiple time CEO, living in Wilmington, NC. With years of experience in multiple industries, Brad brings clarity & solutions to the pain points of businesses, business leaders, & consumers through brand-honoring analysis, market research, & integrated brand strategy.

INspired INsider with Dr. Jeremy Weisz
Processing Recurring Payments Effortlessly And Raising Prices Guilt-Free with Dodd Caldwell of MoonClerk

INspired INsider with Dr. Jeremy Weisz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 35:58


Dodd Caldwell is the Co-founder and CEO of MoonClerk, a web-based software company that helps businesses accept one-time and recurring payments online without any coding. Dodd is also the President of Rice Bowls, a creative nonprofit that partners with grassroots orphanages in eight countries to feed hungry children. Before that, Dodd founded an e-commerce company that he sold, and he led international chain sales efforts for his family's manufacturing business In this episode… Every business owner wants to get paid quickly. They find it even better when such payments are recurring and forgo the stress of writing code or managing a developer team. Unfortunately, many small businesses still struggle with payment processing, and it's hurting their business.  Today's guest on the show, Dodd Caldwell, runs a payment platform that helps solve the recurring payment headache with a dash of personalized support and low fees. Bootstrapped and having had to raise prices twice, their progress has not been nearly as pretty and seamless as their platform. So if you are a small business that is struggling to raise prices and wants to solve recurring payment problems, you don't want to miss this interview.  This episode of the Inspired Insider Podcast with Dr. Jeremy Weisz features Dodd Caldwell, Co-founder and CEO of MoonClerk. They talk about how — and why — Dodd started MoonClerk for small businesses. And as you listen along, you'll find out why MoonClerk is better for you than Stripe, why they're bootstrapped, and how they've survived after raising prices by over 60%.