Dr. Campbell and Dr. Hohn host Brendan Vermeire, a Mental and Metabolic Health Scientist, Researcher, and Functional Medicine Educator. Listen as they dive into the gut and brain connection and how mold, mycotoxins, and other pathogens are a primary driving force behind chronic disease. TOPICS: Meet Brendan Vermeire (00:55) The Gut-Brain Axis (07:06) Drivers of Leaky Gut/Brain (13:50) Microglial Activation Syndrome (17:25) The Mental Map (22:36) Mold (27:25) MORE FROM THE HEALTH BABES: Did you know? You have a chance to win 1 of 2 prizes, with a giveaway in every episode! Leave a review to win, and don't forget to subscribe for future episodes! Find more from Brendan Vermeire on his website MetabolicSolutionsllc.com Follow Brendan on Instagram @the_holistic_savage Find more from Dr. Becky Campbell and Dr. Krystal Hohn at DrBeckyCampbell.com Consult with us one on one HERE Follow Dr. Becky and Dr. Krystal on Instagram @drbeckycampbell and @drkrystalhohn, follow the Health Babes Podcast @healthbabespodcast Find us on Facebook, on Pinterest, and on YouTube Get resources on how best to support your thyroid HERE Wondering if you have histamine intolerance? Take THIS QUIZ and receive a free histamine guide Get answers to your health questions HERE
Our regional Queensland business showcase wraps up this week on the Gold Coast where we meet two giants business - Zarraffa's Coffee founder Kenton Campbell, and Nutrition Warehouse founder Grant mayo. And you'll never guess what he was before becoming an entrepreneur! It's a curious episode 574 of The (12 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. Campbell Murdoch is the co-founder and Medical Director of Health Results, a preventative healthcare organization focused on metabolic health! He is a General Practitioner in the Southwest of England and has a special interest in metabolic health. Dr. Murdoch is also a quality improvement clinical adviser and trainer for the National Health Service Sustainable Improvement Time For Care Program in the UK! He is also a clinical adviser and entrepreneur for the Royal College of General Practitioners. He believes in assessing and addressing the root causes of poor health, and empowering people through knowledge and support. His portfolio of roles range from general practice, to health and wellbeing services for organizations and businesses. His wider interests include large-scale change to address the global poor metabolic health and type 2 diabetes epidemic. In addition, Dr. Murdoch delivers prevention, health, and wellbeing services within schools and prisons, and regularly presents at education events and conferences to share learning to keep shifting the world in a better direction!Find Dr. Murdoch at-TW- @campbellmurdochhttps://www.drmurdoch.co.uk/
Vault is the latest adventure in fashion from Creative Director, Alessandro Michele. It's an online meeting place and a space to discover the most exciting new design talent emerging from around the world. In this episode, we meet three radically experimental creatives whose work is being championed on Vault: Shanel Campbell, Gui Rosa and Bianca Saunders. Shanel explains how fine art meets fashion design in her work. Gui Rosa explores his wide-ranging influences, from his Portuguese grandmother to the “lot lizards” of middle American truck stops. And menswear designer Bianca Saunders sets out her vision for reimagining modern masculinity. They gathered at the Vault launch event in Milan and talked with host, Shahidha Bari. Discover more on vault.gucci.com/
Show notes: http://www.teams.guru/podcast/episode-161-the-power-to-change-campbell-macpherson/ The inescapable change we are all contending with can feel overwhelming at times. But there is a way to harness change and make it work for you. That's why we invited keynote speaker and author Campbell Macpherson onto the podcast this week.
In today's fast-paced world, it is easy to pin our personal worth to the amount of work that we do. It almost seems like our pursuit for happiness no longer resides in finding what we are passionate about, but in the amount of productivity and hustle we can generate on a regular basis. In this episode, author and agility expert Jeff Gothelf is here to remind everybody that this is not the case. We inherently have value by virtue of being human beings, and we are capable of finding new ways to share our own narratives. Each one of us has a tremendous story to tell. These are ideas that resonate consistently throughout his new book, entitled Forever Employable. It's time to break away from the mold and see how we, as individuals, can enrich the path for future entry-level professionals within our industries—through the pandemic and beyond. Experimenting With Different Channels - Traditionally, a successful person was always thought of as an extrovert. They would be known for their charisma and communication skills, and those who were introverted were at a disadvantage. But in this day and age, there are a thousand ways for people to express themselves without necessarily meeting an audience face to face. Giving yourself the freedom to experiment with a variety of different channels and content will help you figure out two important aspects of being forever employable. First, it will help you figure out the content you are comfortable sharing with your audience on a consistent basis. Second, it will help you find out where your audience is and how they want to hear from you. When you combine these two, you discover your unique way of generating opportunities. Building a platform and a network does not require a specific skill set or personality trait; it only calls for experimentation, ingenuity, and an open mind. Finding An Evergreen Problem - Jeff shared his experience with his first book, entitled Lean UX. At this point, he has been talking about Lean UX to a variety of audiences and conferences around the country for over thirteen years. He believes that it's the most successful book he has written. He shared that while the first few years were exhilarating, he eventually had doubts on whether he could continue sharing his insights and his book. However, he said that the people he opened up to about his concerns reassured him that his ideas remained relevant. According to those who advised him, the content in Lean UX is crucial to solving an “evergreen problem” or core problem. These are components of work that remain relevant to a job role despite the changing demands of the business landscape. One example Jeff gave was a project manager's responsibility to unite a diverse group of people under one vision. This meant that Jeff found the content that he was most comfortable sharing with other people—he just needed to find new and creative ways to present it to different audiences. The constant reinvention is both internally and externally driven: it's internal because he needed to be able to sustain the passion that he had for his content by propagating it in different ways, but it's also external because he was pushed to keep it relevant for the demands of the market. Closing Remarks: Forge Your Own Path - After Jeff's discussion on creating one's own narrative, Alex related his advice to Joseph Campbell's The Hero with a Thousand Faces, where Campbell explores how most mythological narratives or “hero's adventure' share a similar fundamental structure. “I feel as we're building that brand, setting that steak, we're going through all those different stages of the architect of the development of what we are, our brand or our business to actually become that great hero at the end...we deal with different rivals, right, different challenges, personal, interpersonal, whatever it might be, but the way myth carries, it's potent regardless of the length of time,” he explained. Jeff's parting words encourage us to take our future into our own hands. Loyalty to a single corporation or business entity may have worked for the past generations, but the variety in work set-ups and business models that we have the opportunity to experience today allow for more flexibility in our career path. According to Jeff, the most important part of our career journey is making sure that we take control of our professional lives. Create a presence that is uniquely our own. Having others write our narratives for us is a waste of our true potential. When TARTLE was first conceived, it took four more years of testing and experimentation before the platform stabilized. Whatever it is you are passionate about, it's worth sharing and you are worthy of pursuing it. Your data is priceless. www.tartle.co Tcast is brought to you by TARTLE. A global personal data marketplace that allows users to sell their personal information anonymously when they want to, while allowing buyers to access clean ready to analyze data sets on digital identities from all across the globe. The show is hosted by Co-Founder and Source Data Pioneer Alexander McCaig and Head of Conscious Marketing Jason Rigby. What's your data worth? Find out at: https://tartle.co/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TARTLE Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TARTLEofficial/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tartle_official/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TARTLEofficial Spread the word!
WSVN sports caster joins the show to help settle a few discussions between Hoch and Crowder over the past week including veganism, brunch and whether or not Kirkland products are acceptable. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The founder of Orange County Disc Associates, Dr. Rob Campbell has been in practice for 30+ years, dedicating 100% of his energy, attention, talent and time on being a specialist in the treatment of disc conditions and their related pain. This allows patients with serious disc conditions access to the exclusive non-surgical treatment designed for their unique needs. It was in 2008 that Dr. Campbell became inspired by creating the possibility that there was a solution for people in discomfort with severe disc conditions by offering a different and unique method to living with past failures, disability, and the real possibility of spinal surgery. Rather than relying on "standard of care" procedures that cause patients to lose faith, trust and hope in ever getting better, Orange County Disc Associates offers a relevant solution that makes sense. --- Critical Mass Business Talk Show is Orange County's longest-running business talk show, focused on offering value and insight to middle-market business leaders in the OC and beyond. Hosted by Ric Franzi, business partner at Renaissance Executive Forums Orange County. This edition of Critical Mass Business Talk Show is proudly supported by Gottlieb, Rackman & Reisman, P.C. GRR provides legal advice and guidance on all aspects of intellectual property law including patents, trademarks, and copyrights. Learn more at GRR.com.
“We work with people who are unwilling to accept that life is going to be boring...people who want to go out and grow together, to be excited, to make things an adventure, to look at the next challenge as a mountain to climb rather than a drudgery to push through. We're looking for people who want to be better leaders, who want to show up more authentically and more intentionally as leaders, and who want to learn how to do that by canoeing or rock climbing or climbing mountains or backpacking and exploring.” -Knight Campbell Knight Campbell is Outdoor Guide, Leadership Coach and CEO of Cairn Leadership Strategies. His outdoor leadership programs fuse rigorous leadership study with gritty outdoor adventures designed to transform the lives and work environments of emerging leaders, business owners, and company executives. Before Cairn Leadership Strategies, Knight served as a U.S. Navy helicopter pilot, managed crucial military air operations, and taught leadership courses for the U.S. Naval Academy. In this episode, we discuss: How the outdoors facilitates team building and breaks down barriers Why checking in with colleagues outside of the office is so important How Knight plans adventures and structures outdoor leadership curricula How stepping outside of your comfort zone can accelerate your success Knight also talks about the health benefits of spending time outdoors and why three day-long breaks are essential to obtaining a healthy balance between work and life. We also asked Knight about his favorite adventures so far and what his business goals for Cairn Leadership are over the coming months. Recording this episode made us want to shut down the computer and get some fresh air! We hope it inspires you to get outside and explore the outdoors however you can. Connect with Knight: LinkedIn Cairn Leadership Strategies If you found this episode valuable, please share it with a friend or colleague. If you are a Service Academy graduate and want to take your business to the next level, you can join our supportive community and get started today. Subscribe and help out the show: Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Also available on Google Podcasts, Spotify & Stitcher Leave us a 5-star review! Special thanks to Knight for joining me this week. Until next time! - Scott Mackes, USNA '01
*ep starts at 23:45 Today I'm going to talk about the Motor City Hitman-Chester Wheeler Campbell. One of the best assassins to work for the Mafia and Detroit Criminal Underground. He got a taste for murder in his mid-20s and decided to turn it into a career. He was so efficient that he was never directly tied to a murder once he became a full time hit man and enforcer. He was found with notebooks containing over 300 different names of potential targets, and 50 of those 300 were people who were missing or found dead. Today, I'll talk about his early life, his early crime days, his prime assassin time, and how the authorities finally put him away for life. Yall know our gust fro JFL, Comedy Central, Conan, and colber my fucking guy Shane Torres @shanetorres. Research done by producer DR Joe Hoffswell References Cippolini, C. (2013). Diary of a Motor City Hitman : The Chester Wheeler Campbell Story. Strategic Media Books. https://libredd.it/r/CrimeInTheD/comments/omleop/detroit_drug_wars_murder_row_enforcer_chester/ https://gangsterreport.com/the-murder-inc-of-motown-murder-row-crew-of-yesteryear-back-in-the-news/ https://www.reddit.com/r/CrimeInTheD/comments/omleop/detroit_drug_wars_murder_row_enforcer_chester/ https://listverse.com/2019/06/28/10-stone-cold-contract-killers-who-really-existed/ https://exclaim.ca/film/article/here_are_8_real-life_assassins_who_were_nearly_as_dangerous_as_john_wick https://gangsterreport.com/the-murder-inc-of-motown-murder-row-crew-of-yesteryear-back-in-the-news/ https://www.telegraph.co.uk/films/0/real-john-wick-meet-chester-campbell-king-contract-killers/
Halloween season continues with Sam Raimi's cult classic as the chaps discuss the remake/sequel debate, praise the anarchic combo of Campbell and Raimi while addressing the influence of the slapstick greats of yesteryear
This week Raven and Campbell discuss the coming of age drama of Chiron and his struggles with his sexuality and identity….wait, shit….wrong movie. This week Raven and Campbell discuss their love of jazz, performative clapping, and the importance of “timing” in relationships in the 2016 musical film, La La Land. Old Fashioned Recipe: -2 bar spoons of simple syrup -a few dashes of Angostura bitters (or orange bitters, or both, live your life) -2 oz bourbon -1 large ice cube -1 piece of orange peel -1 cocktail cherry (if that's what you're into) Add syrup, bitters, and the ice cube to the glass. Add bourbon and stir until chilled. Spritz orange peel then add peel and cherry to glass. You can support us by donating to: Education Through Music at https://p2p.onecause.com/boozicals The D'Addario Foundation: http://www.daddariofoundation.org/about/donate Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation: https://www.mhopus.org/donate/ Email us at email@example.com or comment your musical requests! Also be sure to follow us on our Instagram @boozicals for updates on your now favorite podcast.
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TSN Leafs reporter Mark Masters joins Julia and Al's Brother to discuss his 'break-up' with Jonas Siegel, the latest on Ondrej Kase, Jack Campbell's strong start to the season and the 'Soup' chant from fans, Mitch Marner's interaction with the media, and if Rasmus Sandin is a shootout option for the Leafs.
On Episode 100 of "Inside The Nest" the KSU Owl Network crew brings on a special guest to celebrate the 100th episode of the podcast. Former quarterback Trey White joins Nolan Alexander, Barclay Miller, and Brandon Sutton to look back on his time at KSU and thoughts on the current team. The crew also gives their thoughts on the win over North Carolina A&T and what to look for against Campbell. Running back Irving Smith joins the podcast for insight into his big plays from Saturday and his unique journey.
A lot of talk this week out of Washington about raising the debt ceiling. Will this impact your social security benefits and stimulus payments or is it just part of the process. Plus, for years, the number one concern in retirement has always been running out of money, but now it's inflation. Should it be something we lose sleep over? For more information on Campbell and Company or to schedule a consultation, visit www.mycampbellandco.com
You'll hear me say it time and time again: paid parental leave is essential. But even though paid leave is important, it is not the only aspect of support that should be looked at for parents post partum. On this week's episode, I had the pleasure of talking with Dr. Amy Beacom (founder and CEO of Center for Parental Leave Leadership) and Sue Campbell (Communications Director for the Center for Parental Leave Leadership) who have coauthored a book called The Parental Leave Playbook: 10 Touchpoints to Transition Smoothly, Strengthen Your Family, and Continue Building your Career. This book, the only of its kind, is a great resource for anyone who plans to take leave from their job to have a child whether it be your first or your fifth child. Join us as we talk about parental leave in the U.S., our own parental leave experiences, and how the Center for Parental Leave Leadership strives to coach employers on how to better support its working parents.ReferencesCenter for Parental Leave Leadership website: https://cplleadership.com/The Parental Leave Playbook: Click hereBook Description: The Parental Leave Playbook helps parents take control of their leave and make the most of what's considered a career time-out, but is actually a vital “time-in” for your work and life. If you're an expecting or new parent concerned about how your leave and return plans will affect your visibility, candidacy for promotion, work relationships, and performance (not to mention your identity and home life), this book will guide you into the smoothest transition possible. Most importantly, this book will help you as you grow and strengthen yourself and your family while remaining a professional.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Weird Mom Website: https://weirdmompodcast.com/ Weird Mom Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/weirdmompod/ Weird Mom Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WeirdMomPodcast/Weird Mom TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@weirdmompod
Dr. Amy Beacom is the founder and CEO of the Center for Parental Leave Leadership, the first consultancy in the US to focus exclusively on parental leave. Drawing on over 25 years in executive leadership development and coaching, Amy consults with Fortune 100 companies, international organizations, working parents, and more to transform the way our companies and our country engage with the parental leave transition. Sue Campbell is a writer, author, and coach who has worked with the Center for Parental Leave Leadership since its early days, helping to communicate the transformative impact of their core mission. Her writing, often focused on issues important to parents, has been published in many outlets, including Prevention, Good Housekeeping, Scary Mommy, and Mamalode. In this episode we discuss:The future of parental leave in the US and how you can be a part of that change.How the pandemic has affected working moms. Moving forward after the mass exodus of working moms over the last 18 months.Making changes for yourself and your organization regarding parental leave. Learn more about the Center for Parental Leave Leadership at https://cplleadership.com/ Connect with Dr. Amy and Sue at firstname.lastname@example.org Contact congress today to voice your desire for parental leave in the US at PaidLeaveForAll.org.
My guest this week is Campbell Will, a physical therapist and breathwork specialist from Australia, who works around the world, introducing people to the power of the breath. He's worked in a variety of clinical settings, from the ICU to the sporting field, from young to old and everyone in between. His passion is teaching the principles of breathwork, and how it can be used in all situations to better regulate the body, the mind, and emotions. In this episode, Campbell and I discuss the benefits of breathwork, why it's important to our health, how it can help children, and specific breathing techniques you can try right now. Most of us take breathing for granted since it just sort of happens on its own. What most people don't realize is the way you breathe determines your physiological state. There are some easy-to-try breathing exercises in this episode that I encourage parents to practice with their children! The sooner children learn to use their breath to regulate their response to stress, the better off they will be in life. Learn more about Campbell here. Understanding how to use your breath is your best tool It's free It's nearly instantaneous You don't need any equipment You don't need any special know-how Why breathwork is an important tool for our health Breath is really the remote control of what's going on in our autonomic nervous system Breathing is both automatic and under conscious control Mostly, breathing is unconscious throughout the day When you think about the breath and try breathing in through your nose and slowly out through your mouth, you have brought the breath under conscious control By taking your breathing under control you can grab ahold of that autonomic process and direct the nervous system in the direction that you want to go Breaking down breathing Sympathetic nervous system = fight or flight As soon as we breathe with our mouth, we are more in the sympathetic As soon as we breathe high into our chest or shoulders, it's going to be more of a sympathetic trigger For example - a panic attack is very inhale-dominant, it's in and out of the mouth, it's high in the chest, and it's fast Parasympathetic = rest, repair, recover, digest Breathing through the nose, down into the lower part of the chest and diaphragm or belly breathing helps put you in a parasympathetic state Breathing slowly and emphasizing the exhale also helps put you in a parasympathetic state These two systems kind of work in opposition. We are never both at the same time Difference between stress physiology and psychology Managing your psychological stress symptoms without addressing the physiological symptoms will not yield much of a result You have to pay attention to and wrangle in your physiological state in order to fully calm yourself to a parasympathetic state Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide We have to have the presence of carbon dioxide that allows the oxygen to move from the red blood cell into the cell of the body, where it then goes to the mitochondria and produces energy While nose breathing is preferred, some people may experience discomfort with having a little more carbon dioxide present in the body, that's the feeling of not enough air or feeling like there's not enough oxygen Oxygen level is actually going up and you are making more oxygen available. It's just that your chemo senses are a little bit sensitive How to help kids breath better Try this exercise - “Take a sip of water, and then see if you can walk around the house or do some laps around the yard” this can help them get into the habit of “Hey, I can breathe” If there's an immediate need to swallow the water, that shows that there's a little bit of a sensitivity there Pop the tip of the tongue behind the top teeth, this will encourage them to seal the lips A tip for retraining a child to breathe through their nose instead of their mouth at night - place a very thin strip of micropore tape vertically across the lips. NOT taping the mouth closed but just the very front of the lips Try BOX breathing - breathe in for a count of three, hold the breath for a count of three, breathe out for a count of three, and hold the breath for a count of three Practice breathing softly Practice an extended exhale by having them blow a mobile to make the hanging parts move or blowing a balloon or feather across a table Try a double inhale with a prolonged exhale Breathing comfortably full in through the nose, pause for a moment, and then sneak another breath in, and then a long easy exhale Follow Campbell Website Instagram - @breathbodytherapy Facebook Connect with Dr. Nicole Beurkens on... Instagram Facebook Drbeurkens.com
Thank you Newsstand Studio at 1 Rockefeller Plaza for providing a place for me to record this episode for y'all! No more Brooklyn closet recording!!! For most of my life, I've felt like I have this sixth sense where I can read people and atmospheres really well. When I became a Christian, I figured this was the spiritual gift of discernment. Over time it started to feel like an anxiety-inducing curse— walking into a room and feeling everyone else's emotions felt crippling. It made me wonder was this thing I had a gift...or a curse? Was it the Holy Spirit or my trauma? We have repeat guest and trauma Therapist back on the show this week, Kobe Campbell, to unpack this nuanced conversation. Check out my last conversation with Kobe, When is it time to go to therapy?, here. “Is this blessing that the church has always praised me for actually my trauma?” - Kat Harris Practice Scanning: Helpful or Hurtful? Practice Scanning— a natural defensive mechanism that we learn in our childhood when our safety becomes dependent on the changing moods of those who are meant to protect us. “Before Moses is a leader, he's a murderer. The same thing that made him a murderer— his fierce orientation to justice— is the same thing that made him the very person God wanted to use to get his people out of Egypt.” - Kobe Campbell Practice scanning can also help you identify when someone is uncomfortable and in need of help. “In Love's service, only wounded soldiers can serve.” - Brennan Manning Exploiting Gifts: What's the solution? My discernment was embraced by the church, but it was never acknowledged that it was a gift that could have come from a place of pain. “I wish that women would be given the opportunity to fail as often as men can in the church.” - Kobe Campbell “I have to be willing to be confronted by my own questions.” - Kat Harris “In this process, what do you feel like God is trying to reveal to you?” - Kobe Campbell Resources Keep up with Kobe Campbell at healingcircletherapy.org or on IG at @kobecampbell_ and @healingcircletherapy. Check out Kobe's episode of TRC “When Is It Time To Go To Therapy?” here. Check out Kobe's videos on Patreon where we do a deep dive on mental health and therapy here. Listen to Kobe's podcast she hosts with her husband Kyle, The Healing Circle Podcast. Listen to this TRC episode about attachment styles with my friend Amanda Blair here. Check out the video by Thais Gibson on fearful avoidance here. Check out Rockefeller Center on IG at @rockefellercenter and Twitter at @rockcenternyc This podcast is sponsored by Better Help. I've done therapy off and on for years and am such an advocate for therapy. Better Help will assess your needs and match you with your own licensed professional therapist who you can start communicating with in under 48 hours. It's affordable and accessible with financial aid available. Visit BetterHelp.com/refined for 10% off your first month and join the over 2 million people who have taken charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional. This past year, I've been trying to perfect some recipes I can have in my back pocket when I have company. In all of these experiences, I realized how important it is to have good cooking tools. I just got a brand new knife set from Made In Cookware and it has been life-changing. Go to MadeInCookware.com/kat and use promo code KAT for 15% off your first order!
Our conversation focuses on his current work as an Investment Strategy Advisor at Man Group where he has done work on the idea of crisis alpha: strategies that can effectively offset portfolio losses suffered during risk-off events. Campbell and his colleagues find that both time-series momentum as well as a long/short portfolio focused on the quality factor both have insurance-like characteristics and can be valuable overlays for equity portfolios. He also shares his work on rebalancing, where he sees alpha destruction if done in traditional form, but the opportunity for much greater efficiencies by incorporating some of the findings on time-series momentum. Lastly, we discuss Campbell's new book, “DeFi and the Future of Finance”. As the title may imply, he's bullish on the breathtaking pace of innovation in the financial services industry. I hope you enjoy this episode of the Alpha Exchange, my conversation with Campbell Harvey.
Considered a Mind Whisperer, Dawna combines her knowledge, wisdom, experience and talents to help people create a life of Happiness, Prosperity, and Love. Her vision is to transform each person's individual pain into “silver lining” gifts to create a global impact of healing and creating abundance for all. Dawna has over 25 years combined years of professional experience. As a former Financial Advisor, her book, Financially Fit, is a #1 Amazon International Best Seller bringing together the world of money and the energy body, and the souls essence. “Financially Fit is for the person who wants to align their inner balance to gain infinite prosperity in all areas of their life,” says Dawna Campbell. Dawna is a professional speaker sharing her techniques during interactive workshops and maintains an international private practice with her Heart Centered Healing approach to “Create it Now”. She has shared the stage with Lisa Nichols, Dr. Joe Vitale, Sharon Lechter, and David Meltzer. Contact Dawna Campbell: www.DawnaCampbell.com Register for the upcoming Financially Fit 2-day course: HTTPS://dawnacampbell.com/financially-fit Do you want to live an incredible life? Get started now by reading my book: "Visualizing Happiness in Every Area of Your Life" https://amzn.to/2kvAuXU What is your biggest obstacle to creating an incredible life? You can book a free 15-minute mentoring session with Dr. Kimberley Linert. Click on this booking link: https://calendly.com/drkimberley/15min Please subscribe to the podcast and take a few minutes to review on iTunes, Thank you If you have an amazing story to tell about your life and how you are sharing your gifts and talents with the world, then I would love to have you as a guest on my podcast. Contact me via email: email@example.com or private message me on Facebook: www.facebook.com/incrediblelifecreator www.DrKimberleyLinert.com
I'm a playful, fun, big child In this episode: How did Brad choose the holistic way? Fear, media, and your health How to find reliable information What's happening next? How long would it take to know the real consequences of what's happening Jabs and controversial opinions Where to find Brad? About Brad: Dr. Campbell believes that we all deserve a life of vitality. His goal is to build a compassionate, lifelong relationship with each patient. Rather than specializing in one area of the body, and seeing all patients as having issues in that area, Dr. Campbell combines all of your history, symptoms, and body systems into one cohesive picture. Dr. Campbell grew up nearby in Lake Forest and Naperville, and majored in Saxophone Performance at Illinois Wesleyan University. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from National University of Health Sciences. Aside from playing music, he enjoys reading, cooking, and spending time with family, friends, and his Irish Setter, Albus Reviews are like a virtual hug and you know I LOVE hugs! It would mean a world to me if you could please write me an honest review so more women can find this show
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In this episode Jackie Campbell and Monica Haberlin are joined by local realtor Mike Constatine. Mike is ranked in the top 1% Globally for RE/Max International and a trusted friend of Campbell and Company. They discuss how to get the most from the sale of your property and the biggest reason sellers lose money on property. Plus, his thoughts on DIY companies and how long he projects the real estate boom to continue. For more information on Mike Constatine or to schedule a consultation with Campbell and Company visit www.mycampbellandco.com
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Why do we love true crime as entertainment? What is it like to be a full-time cartoonist and author? Is there actually a "best" episode of Frasier? This week, cartoonist and author Hilary Fitzgerald Campbell joins will to discuss all things murder — her book coming out on November 9th, what goes into creating a graphic novel, the ups and downs of being a creative in New York City, and so much more. Pre-Order Murder Book: www.hilarysmurderbook.com Shop Sunday Scaries Scented Candles: www.vellabox.com/sundayscaries Support This Week's Sponsors Ettitude: www.ettitude.com/scaries (SCARIES for 20% off + free shipping) Ladder: www.ladderlife.com/scaries Follow Along Sunday Scaries on Twitter: www.twitter.com/sundayscaries Sunday Scaries on Instagram: www.instagram.com/sunday.scaries Will deFries on Twitter: www.twitter.com/willdefries Will deFries on Instagram: www.instagram.com/willdefries Credits Podcast artwork by Alfonso Ruiz and Tristan Pigott All music by Kevin MacLeod Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
Jon Gruden out as the Raiders HC - 02:00; Chiefs are 2-3! Concerned? - 11:20; Are the Chargers the real deal? - 18:32; Bills atop the AFC...Are they the team to beat? - 19:28; HOW BOUT THEM COWBOYS?! ARE THEY BACK? - 20:58; Bucs, Rams, Packers, Cowboys, Cardinals...Who's is the NFC Favorites? 22:00; VOICEMAIL - 25:30; Reaction to the Voicemail - 1:03:10; Week 6 Picks - 1:19:27...Thanks for listening. Hit us up with you football game takes (816)654-6883! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themikeandupodcast/message
On this episode of 2G1C we talk about the third film in the evil dead series, The Army of Darkness staring the great Bruce Campbell! So join us this Friday with our good buddy Ravenshadow as we finish this series up!Check out House of Mysterious Secrets @ HouseofMysteriousSecrets.com and use our discount code 4130 to save 10% on some awesome horror merch now!!!https://instagram.com/tales_from_the_podcasthttps://twitter.com/TalesFromThePodhttps://facebook.com/groups/talesfromthepodcastAnd can contact me through my website:http://talesfromthepodcast.comAnd email us here at firstname.lastname@example.org
This week on the NXpress Nintendo Podcast, longtime Goomba Stomp writer and former editor Mike Worby joins Cameron Daxon, Marc Kaliroff, and Campbell Gill to review the long-awaited Metroid Dread. Over a decade in the making, Nintendo has teamed up with Mercurysteam once again to officially revive the 2D Metroid formula, and Mike walks the hosts through everything that makes Dread such a triumphant comeback. Stuffed with secrets in its sprawling map and posing plenty of challenge in its many boss battles, Metroid Dread isn't just a successful revival of a dormant series, but it pushes its genre forward with bold new ideas – even including a few ideas from series like Dark Souls. In any case, whether you're a series veteran like Mike or a newcomer like Marc, there's no denying that Samus's latest mission has all the makings of a modern classic. Next up, Marc takes the gang on a throwback tribute to celebrate the glory days of Pac-Man with a review of Pac-Man: Birth of an Icon, a beautifully made book commemorating the fortieth anniversary of one of gaming's most recognizable icons. This week's closing spotlight ends on a high note as Campbell reviews the recent Switch version of Tetris Effect Connected, a technically faithful port of the most memorable and musical take on the Tetris formula. You can listen to our show on YouTube | Stitcher | iTunes | Podbean | Spotify | Listen Notes | iHeartRadio | Player FM | Amazon Audible Playlist: LFXIV – NXpress Intro 00:46 – Main Event: Metroid Dread Review “Theme of Samus Aran” – Metroid Dread 45:45 – Talking Point: Pac-Man: Birth of an Icon “Pac-Man (Club Mix)” – Super Smash Bros. Ultimate 1:02:35 – Spotlight: Tetris Effect Connected on Switch “Classic Score Attack” – Tetris Effect Connected
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Changing things up this week - Peter & Phil get interviewed by Dr. Courtney Campbell and discuss why they started the Courageous Conversations podcast, and what motivates them to keep going. Almost a year in, and they're still going strong thanks to supporters like you. Thank you so much for joining us and continuing to listen in! Tune in next week as conservative attorney Shannon M. Jenkins joins the Courageous Conversation! You won't want to miss it. Interested in being on the show? Peter & Phil are switching up the format and bringing in guests. If interested, please reach out to us on the website at peterandphil.com, and if a fit, a representative will reach out to you to schedule a date and time to appear on the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ppcourageousconversation/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ppcourageousconversation/support
Dr. Laura Lunsford is professor and chair of psychology at Campbell University. In addition to more than 40 articles, chapters, books and presentations on mentoring and leadership development, she wrote the definitive Handbook for Managing Mentoring Programs. She joins the podcast to talk about mentoring, particularly Campbell's mentor program to assist first-generation college students.
Atlanta United's George Campbell joined Dukes & Bell to talk about the team's upcoming trip to Toronto as the team is making a playoff push. Campbell also talked about the team's energy and how is Josef Martinez looked at practice? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Atlanta United's George Campbell joined Dukes & Bell to talk about the team's upcoming trip to Toronto as the team is making a playoff push. Campbell also talked about the team's energy and how is Josef Martinez looked at practice? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
First, let's talk about reducing administrative waste in the US healthcare system. There was a pretty famous 2019 study by Shrank et al. that estimated about 25% of the $3.6 trillion the US spends on healthcare annually is potentially wasteful. This is each person spending $2500 unnecessarily. Robert Kocher wrote a really interesting article about getting rid of administrative waste and inefficiencies, and he said that it is the “safest form of health care cost savings; virtually no one argues that administrative costs should remain high. Reducing administrative waste should be the highest priority … [because] everyone, including patients and clinicians, would benefit from lower health care costs.” In my mind, “everyone” means payers, policy makers, and also providers who are or want to take some accountability for the total cost of care here. To talk about the possibilities, I have the perfect guest: Gary Campbell, who is the CEO of Johnson Health Center, which is an FQHC, a Federally Qualified Health Center, in Lynchburg, Virginia. Why is the CEO of an FQHC a great person to talk about cutting out administrative waste with? Well, first of all, the patient population is what many would consider challenging at an FQHC. Second, they really have to cut out as much waste as possible because there is zero potential to cost shift. They do not have the option to charge their commercial lives 4x Medicare or whatever and effectively cost shift the impact of inefficiencies. There basically are no commercial lives. You either figure out how to be efficient, or the patient population does not get care. As Gary and I were talking, however, it became clear that when you cut out administrative waste, you wind up actually with the potential to become a great place to work. One reason for this just has to do with the process of cutting out waste, which requires culture and process. And a by-product of a great culture and a great process means a great place to work. You might be thinking, as I was thinking, that this show, which is supposed to be about cutting administrative waste, is going to be all about how to do lean and Six Sigma and pretty much go peak MBA. Spoiler alert: It's not. When I asked Gary how to be operationally efficient, it all ladders up to organizational leadership: leaders who commit to putting patients first, to have core values with the expectation to actually achieve them (for reals—not just in the marketing). Because without effective, accountable, committed leadership, patient first, lowering the cost of care, removing administrative waste … it ain't gonna happen. Leaders should be visible, have a vision, a strategic plan, project plans, and be inspirational. They also need to not be afraid to “move along,” as they say, people who are pulling the team down and holding it back—maybe even if a short-term revenue hit will transpire. Before we get started here, let's talk about FQHCs for a sec just in case you're unfamiliar. Besides the acronym giving me fits of dyslexia—my brain always wants to invert the letters, so I have a Post-it Note here and I'm staring at it so, hopefully, I'll be able to keep this straight—FQHCs (Federally Qualified Health Centers) are usually nonprofits that are oriented to take care of the underserved. Today they serve upwards of 30 million people in the United States, and that's a growing number. There's something like 1500 of them across all 50 states. They're federally funded. They are a safety net really for individuals out there who may not be able to access care anywhere else. There's generally bipartisan support for FQHCs and often a real purpose and passion to really care for people regardless of their ability to pay. They also tend to offer a lot of resources under one roof (eg, medical care, dental care, other things, mental health care), which can add substantially to the operational complexity. Gary Campbell, my guest in this healthcare podcast as I said, is the CEO of an FQHC. Gary has a procurement and operations background, and this background informs how he approaches leadership and care delivery in ways that I find inspirational—and I hope that you do, too. Some of the conversation that we had in this episode reminded me of the interview with Tony DiGioia, MD, in EP332; so if you want to dig further into this topic, go back and listen to that episode. That interview is very specifically about how to create a patient-centric value system, which Dr. DiGioia says should be the new OS for healthcare delivery. During this show, I also mention my conversation with Jerry Durham (EP297), where we talk about streamlining the front desk. I didn't mention this in the show, but another episode that would be great to go back and listen to if this topic intrigues you is the one with Matt Anderson, MD, MBA, talking about how things get better when the scrubs and the suits collaborate (EP266). You can learn more at impact2lead.com. Gary Campbell is the founder and owner of Impact2Lead, LLC, and the CEO of Johnson Health Center (JHC), where he has enjoyed a career centered on leading for-profit/not-for-profit organizations and helping to unleash potential in others along the way. In 2011, he left Bayer and came to JHC; and in 2013, he launched Impact2Lead to provide transformation-consulting services to other firms across the United States. Since joining JHC, the center has enjoyed unprecedented success and growth by transforming the culture using his Impact Leadership model and becoming the first Federally Qualified Health Center to be recognized as an Employer of Choice by Employer of Choice International, Inc. The health center has achieved multiple workplace and community awards since that time and has enjoyed exponential growth during his seven years as the CEO. Gary currently speaks and consults nationally on leadership, workplace strategies, and motivational topics. 05:15 Why is there no opportunity to cost shift in an FQHC? 05:46 What happens when an FQHC is operating inefficiently? 06:12 “Have you workflowed it out? … You can overstaff yourself in a way that your cost per patient goes way up.” 06:37 Why is taking a lean approach not an excuse to cut staff? 08:05 “The nurses are linchpins to everything.” 09:05 How does standardizing care lead to personalization of care? 10:28 “Our clinical teams see that we care.” 10:48 “If you don't have a vision for where you want to be two and three years down the road, you're struggling.” 11:03 “I want everybody to understand, What is their why?” 20:10 “They don't teach leadership in most medical schools.”—Dr. Robert Pearl 21:19 “Get to know these clinicians … sincerely.” 23:11 “From a core values perspective, you can make every single decision … on core values.” 23:35 “We always start with those values. … They're embedded in everything we do.” 24:16 “You have to project plan things out that you want.” 25:09 How does an FQHC or private practices that are patient-oriented attract talent? 30:45 “First and foremost, be visible.” You can learn more at impact2lead.com. @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Why is there no opportunity to cost shift in an FQHC? @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth What happens when an FQHC is operating inefficiently? @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “Have you workflowed it out? … You can overstaff yourself in a way that your cost per patient goes way up.” @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Why is taking a lean approach not an excuse to cut staff? @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “The nurses are linchpins to everything.” @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth How does standardizing care lead to personalization of care? @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “Our clinical teams see that we care.” @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “I want everybody to understand, What is their why?” @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “Get to know these clinicians … sincerely.” @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “We always start with those values. … They're embedded in everything we do.” @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “You have to project plan things out that you want.” @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth How does an FQHC or private practices that are patient-oriented attract talent? @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “First and foremost, be visible.” @Impact2Lead discusses #administrativewaste and #healthcareemployment on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Recent past interviews: Click a guest's name for their latest RHV episode! Kristin Begley, David Contorno (AEE17), David Contorno (EP339), Nikki King, Olivia Webb, Brandon Weber, Stacey Richter (INBW30), Brian Klepper (AEE16), Brian Klepper (EP335), Sunita Desai, Care Plans vs Real World (EP333), Dr Tony DiGioia, Al Lewis, John Marchica, Joe Connolly, Marshall Allen, Andrew Eye, Naomi Fried, Dr Rishi Wadhera, Dr Mai Pham, Nicole Bradberry and Kelly Conroy, Lee Lewis, Dr Arshad Rahim, Dr Monica Lypson, Dr Rich Klasco, Dr David Carmouche (AEE15), Christian Milaster, Dr Grace Terrell
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For this week's episode (our longest to date), we get together with the legendary Professor Campbell R. Harvey and take a deep dive into a diverse range of topics that draw on his incredible breadth of knowledge and extensive research. Campbell is the Professor of International Business at Duke University and is also a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research. In 2016 he served as the President of the American Finance Association, and from 2006 to 2012 he occupied the incredibly demanding role of Editor for the Journal of Finance. One of his earliest achievements was identifying the inverted yield curve's ability to predict a recession, a highly regarded metric that is near-ubiquitous in its implementation. For the first half of our conversation, we focus on his research in areas like skewness and emerging economies. We cover specific topics like the factor zoo, why it's problematic, and how Campbell, along with his student Yan Lui, found through their research that approximately half of the published empirical research in finance at the time was, in fact, false. We also unpack his most downloaded paper entitled The Golden Dilemma and get into the intricacies of why gold is an unreliable inflation hedge. For the latter half of our conversation, we hear about Campbell's latest book DeFi and the Future of Finance along with his most recent research. Discover how Campbell first became interested in the topic several years ago and decided to put together a course for his students. We also delve into the rise of decentralized finance (DeFi) and how we can expect it to shape global finance, trading, and the future of the internet. Join us today for this essential episode on everything from the pitfalls of academia, to emerging markets, to Bitcoin, and much more! Key Points From This Episode: Introducing this week's guest Professor Campbell Harvey. [00:02:46] How Campbell's research brought him to Chicago's Ph.D. program. [00:03:55] How Campbell identified that an inverted yield curve had preceded the past four recessions and could be a reliable economic predictor. [00:07:03] Hear about Campbell's research on skewness, as opposed to simply mean and variance, which is often the focus of portfolio theory. [00:11:40] Why it's surprising that skewness is still largely disregarded in favor of mean and variance. [00:16:42] Why mean and variance are insufficient for measuring risk when comparing a concentrated portfolio with a more diversified portfolio. [00:20:45] Some of the special considerations that Campbell prioritizes when assessing emerging markets in context and managing an overall portfolio.[00:22:04] Observations on the cost of capital being higher before integration and liberalization. [00:25:11] The implications that Campbell's research on emerging markets has on asset allocation. [00:26:51] Dynamic asset allocation, Campbell's research in emerging markets, and how those lessons can be applied when investing in emerging markets at a time when the cost of capital is high. [00:30:04] The factor zoo, why it's problematic, and how it is caused by data mining. [00:32:26] How Campbell and his student Yan Lui estimated that half of the published empirical research in finance was false and how this has occurred in other industries due to data mining. [00:33:02] How economic incentives from the investment industry inform research. [00:39:38] The important distinction between academic research and practitioner research, and asset management. [00:44:15] The extent to which asset management research could be considered to be more reliable than academic research. [00:47:23] Some of the mistakes that investors make when they pursue these factor premiums that have been identified [00:49:29] Machine learning and its impact on investment decisions for retail and institutional investors. [00:56:06] Whether the benefits of potential alpha from machine learning will be passed on to investors or remain within a firm as their scale increases. [01:00:22] Campbell's research on traditional active management within the context of a firm's ability to continue delivering alpha in the future, and how that incrementally decreases as their asset base increases. [01:06:23] The arguments in favor of allocating gold to a portfolio, especially at times of higher inflation, and whether it holds up to scrutiny. [01:09:54] How technological changes can affect the real expected return. [01:16:51] Why gold can be a valuable asset in diversifying your portfolio. [01:17:22] How Campbell became interested in DeFi, cryptocurrency, and blockchain technology. [01:19:19] How digitized finance cuts out the inefficiency of having a middle person and fosters inclusion and financial democracy. [01:26:35] Harvey's thoughts on how cryptocurrencies facilitate criminal and fraudulent activity. [01:31:07] How DeFi could disrupt traditional asset management and how to prepare for those changes. [01:36:43] How to invest in DeFi even though it's decentralized. [01:38:33] How companies can increase their revenue by using cryptocurrencies in their transactions. [01:43:24] Why the current wave of FinTech will be replaced by DeFi. [01:44:58] Why it's important to have a very diverse portfolio when investing in DeFi. [01:51:22] How DeFi will allow people to monetize their content and disrupt the money that Google and Facebook make from their users' data. [01:52:22] Some of the risks of DeFi and investing in cryptocurrencies. [01:55:27] How Campbell defines success: positively impacting the world. [02:00:17]
Campbell is a researcher and blogger especially when it comes to the topic of UAP's or before the giant public release UFO's a topic that has been labeled conspiracy and now floated to just what is going on. UAP's an unexplainable topic is it aliens or is it government tech, maybe the possibility of it being a global phenomena caused by the amount of pollution that warps are perception.
Bernie Taylor is an independent naturalist, thought leader and author whose research explores the mythological connections and biological knowledge among prehistoric, indigenous and ancient peoples. His works in these areas include Biological Time (2004) and Before Orion: Finding the Face of the Hero (2017). Before Orion is premised on Joseph's Campbell's hero's journey monomyth that is at the core of stories worldwide among indigenous peoples, the ancients, and our modern society. Before Orion explores a deeper root for this monomyth by looking at how hunter-gatherers viewed themselves within the natural and spiritual worlds through Paleolithic cave art from 40,000 years ago. Taylor proposes that select cave paintings are fundamental pieces in the human journey to self-realization, the foundation of written language, and a record of biological knowledge that irrevocably impacted some of the artistic styles, religious practices, and stories that are still with us. Taylor addresses a profound archaeological elephant in the room by opening up an uncharted place in our history, which points to the cultural ancestors of mankind in western North Africa. Before Orion will change the idea of who you think you are. Bernie is widely interviewed on podcasts and speaks at popular conferences and academic symposiums across social and physical science disciplines. Sign up for 10% off of Shrink Rap Radio CE credits at the Zur Institute
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Toronto Maple Leafs Head Coach Sheldon Keefe joined the OverDrive guys ahead of their opening night matchup versus the Canadiens on Wednesday night. He touched on the reasoning behind Auston Matthews being ruled out for the first 3 games, their goaltending tandem in Campbell & Mrazek and the emotion he shows in the Leafs 'All or Nothing' documentary.
Studies indicate that up to 50% of children experience a sleep problem. When babies and kids don't sleep moms don't sleep either– so this week we're talking to a sleep expert! Becca Campbell is the founder and creator of Little Z's® Sleep Consulting , where parents can easily get sleep help through online courses for children ages 0-5 years old. Becca's courses and her Little Z's Sleep Podcast have helped thousands of families around the world make sleep a thing. In this episode Becca brings the knowledge on the four types of newborns how sleep schedules should change a little bit every month during your child's first year of life the right age to drop the naps for good when kids can successfully share a room (and sleep at night) what "overtired" looks like in a toddler what to do when your kid naps at daycare, and then isn't tired at bedtime Doing the extra work around sleep is worth it in the long run– and Becca is full of terrific advice. Special thanks to our sponsors: Calm is the # 1 mental wellness app that gives you the tools to improve the way you feel. Go to calm.com/toddler to get 40% off a CalmPremium Subscription! Choose Lovevery and take the guesswork out of your child's play! Get free shipping when you sign up to receive your play kits at lovevery.com/laughing. Home Chef meals come right to your door with fresh, perfectly pre-portioned ingredients and an easy-to-follow recipe card. For a limited time, go to homechef.com/laughing for $90 off your first month. That's a value of 10 free meals! Betterhelp Start taking charge of your mental health– no matter where you live! Go to betterhelp.com/laughing to get 10% off your first month of counseling. dosist health offers an advanced assortment of plant-based CBD+ products designed to help address specific needs like, sleep, calm and relief. Use promo code TODDLER20 for 20% off your purchase through 11/30/21 at dosisthealth.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jon Gordon's best-selling books and talks have inspired readers and audiences around the world. His principles have been put to the test by numerous Fortune 500 companies, professional and college sports teams, school districts, hospitals, and non-profits. He is the author of 24 books including 12 best sellers and 5 children's books. His books include the timeless classic The Energy Bus which has sold over 2 million copies, The Carpenter which was a top 5 business book of the year, Training Camp, The Power of Positive Leadership, The Power of a Positive Team, The Coffee Bean, Stay Positive, and The Garden. Jon and his tips have been featured on The Today Show, CNN, CNBC, The Golf Channel, Fox and Friends and in numerous magazines and newspapers. His clients include The Los Angeles Dodgers, Campbell's Soup, Dell, Publix, Southwest Airlines, Miami Heat, The Los Angeles Rams, Snapchat, Truist Bank, Clemson Football, Northwestern Mutual, West Point Academy and more.