In this episode we Wadeoutthere with Chadd VanZanten from Northern Utah. Chad was introduced to fishing at a very early age and was raised in a family where he was, in his words, “given to know that fishing was the finest thing.” Chadd embraced fly fishing as he began to raise his own family surrounded by trout streams in the Rocky Mountains. He has combined his passion for writing with his love of fly fishing, resulting in several books, including “On Fly Fishing the Northern Rockies: Essays and Dubious Advice” which we discuss throughout the conversation, and which he co-authored with his fishing buddy Russ Beck. We discuss fishing buddies, some philosophy on fly fishing and counting fish, and the Bear River Watershed.You can find a copy of one of Chadd's books on fly fishing here:On Fly Fishing the Northern Rockies: Essays and Dubious Advice.On Fly Fishing the Wind River Range: Essays and What Not to BringOn Fly Fishing the Bear River Watershed: Essays and Exceptional MisadventuresFor more fly fishing stories, lessons learned, and artwork check out my blog and online gallery at Wadeoutthere.com
Join Chili as he interviews Chadd about mental toughness, faith and life in general. Thank you for supporting Three of Seven Podcast on Patreon at: www.patreon.com/threeofseven Click here to check out NUFF SAID RUNNING Apply for The Proving Ground 6 Troop at: https://3of7project.com/the-proving-ground/ Three of Seven Project Store https://3of7project.com/store/ Apply for The Basic Course at: https://3of7project.com/the-basic-course/ Check out the Three of Seven Project Youtube channel at: Three of Seven Project Youtube Nuff Said
The importance of neurodivergent community Neurodivergent individuals are those who think, process information, and experience the world in ways that differ from the neurotypical (i.e., not neurodivergent) population. The neurodiversity movement advocates for the recognition and celebration of neurodiversity as a natural and valuable form of human diversity, similar to cultural, racial, or gender diversity. Neurodivergence is an important facet of the human race. It seeks to create a more inclusive and accepting society for neurodivergent people. Finding neurodivergent community can play a crucial role in connecting with other like-minded folks. There are many different ways to be neurodivergent, and neurodivergent people may have unique ways of perceiving, learning, communicating, and interacting with the world. Neurodivergence can affect various brain functions such as attention, memory, and executive function, and can manifest in neurodevelopmental conditions such as ADHD, dyslexia, autism, and more. These neurodevelopmental differences can also provide unique perspectives that can lead to creative problem-solving. Dominant societal standards have traditionally prioritized neurotypical values and perceptions, which can often leave out the rich perspectives of what neurodivergent people experience. The diversity of human brains and the ways in which they function can lead to new ideas and perspectives that can benefit society as a whole. By fostering an environment that is inclusive and accepting of neurodiversity, we can tap into the unique abilities and potential of neurodivergent people and create a more diverse and innovative society. Building a solid neurodiversity network can help others connect over their common traits, and explore their own style of neurocognitive functioning. Finding neurodivergent community The Embracing Intensity Community is a supportive online space for gifted, creative, and neurodivergent individuals. It is a place where members can connect with others who share similar experiences and challenges, and find support and understanding. The community is designed to provide a safe and welcoming environment where members can discuss their unique perspectives, share their insights and skills, and explore their full potential. The goal of the Embracing Intensity Community is to empower gifted, creative, and neurodivergent individuals to embrace their intensity and to live fulfilling and meaningful lives. Other neurodivergent community resources There are a number of other ways that neurodivergent adults can find and connect with their neurodivergent community. Some options include: Online communities and forums: There are many online groups and forums specifically for neurodivergent people, where individuals can connect with others who share common experiences and challenges. Local support groups: Many cities and towns have support groups for neurodivergent people and their families. These groups can provide a sense of belonging, as well as practical advice and resources for navigating daily life as a neurodivergent person. Neurodiversity-focused events: There are often events and conferences focused on neurodiversity and the neurodiversity movement, where neurodivergent individuals can meet and connect with others. Professional organizations: There are professional organizations that advocate for and support neurodivergent individuals, such as CHADD, the Neurodiversity Project and the Dyslexia Foundation. You can also find local resources in many areas. College campuses: Colleges and Universities often have groups not only for neurodivergent students, but events for the larger community surrounding the school. By finding and connecting with other neurodivergent people, individuals can find support, validation, and a sense of belonging. Neurodivergent people may also be able to share their experiences and offer insights and advice to others. Additionally, the neurodiversity movement promotes greater understanding and acceptance of neurodivergent people within society, which can help create a more inclusive and equitable world for all. Neurodiversity advocates Neurodiversity advocates play an important role in promoting the acceptance and celebration of neurodevelopment differences and the unique ways in which people experience and perceive the world. They often share their personal experiences as neurodivergent individuals and work to educate others about the concept of neurodiversity. They may also work to highlight the strengths and abilities of neurodiverse people, as well as the challenges they face. By sharing stories and experiences, neurodiversity advocates can help to build understanding and acceptance of neurodivergent individuals within society. The neurodiversity movement is often seen as a social justice movement, as it seeks to create a more inclusive and equitable society for neurodivergent people. Neurodiversity advocates work to raise awareness about the infinite variation in the way people's brains function and the diverse ways in which people experience the world. One of the key roles of neurodiversity advocates is to connect neurodivergent individuals with the various neurodiversity resources that are available. This may include information about support groups, educational resources, and professional organizations that can help neurodiverse individuals navigate their daily lives and achieve their goals. In addition to advocating for neurodiversity within society, neurodiversity advocates may also work to build strong and supportive social relationships within the neurodivergent community. By connecting with others who share common experiences, neurodivergent individuals can find support, validation, and a sense of belonging. Overall, the role of neurodiversity advocates is to promote understanding, acceptance, and celebration of the unique ways in which people's brains function and the diverse ways in which people experience the world. By doing so, they help to create a more inclusive and equitable society for all. About Marc Marc Almodovar is a neurodiversity advocate, and the cofounder of the ADHD Men's Support Group, a group specifically for men who have been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Marc founded the group after his own personal experience with ADHD led him to feel isolated and misunderstood. He saw a need for a safe space where men with ADHD could connect with others who shared common experiences and challenges. Through the ADHD Men's Support Group, Marc aims to provide a sense of belonging and support for men with ADHD. He believes that by sharing stories and experiences, men with ADHD can find validation and understanding, and build strong and supportive relationships. Marc also hopes to raise awareness about the unique ways in which people's brains function and the diverse ways in which people experience the world, as part of the larger neurodiversity movement. Marc recognizes that mental illness can be stigmatized within society, and he hopes that the ADHD Men's Support Group can be a place where men with ADHD can feel safe and supported, regardless of their unique ways of thinking and experiencing the world. He believes that by fostering a sense of belonging and acceptance within the group, men with ADHD can work together to advocate for neurodiversity awareness and acceptance within society as a whole. He strikes a unique balance between positive feel-good stories and authenticity, without resorting to toxic positivity. ADHD Men's Support Group The ADHD Men's support group is a group specifically for men who have been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The group provides a space for men with ADHD to connect with others who share common experiences and challenges. One of the main goals of the ADHD Men's support group is to provide a sense of belonging and support for men with ADHD. Many men with ADHD may feel isolated or misunderstood due to the unique way in which their brains function and the neurodevelopment differences they experience. The ADHD Men's support group can provide a safe and supportive environment where men can share their experiences and find validation and understanding. In addition to providing support and a sense of belonging, an ADHD Men's support group can also serve as a resource for men with ADHD. Group members may share information about treatment options, coping strategies, and other resources that can help men with ADHD navigate their daily lives. The ADHD Men's support group can also be a place for men with ADHD to connect with others who share common interests and goals. Through group discussions and social interactions, men with ADHD can build strong and supportive relationships and work together to advocate for neurodiversity awareness and acceptance. Overall, the ADHD Men's support group can be a valuable resource for men with ADHD, providing support, validation, and a sense of belonging, as well as an opportunity to connect with others who share common experiences and goals. It can also be a place for men with ADHD to work towards social change and advocate for neurodiversity acceptance within society. In this episode: Marc Almodovar is a coach, speaker, and has ADHD He is passionate about community building and helping men with ADHD feel seen Marc started an online support group for men with ADHD and it has grown into a nonprofit organization The organization is the largest online community for men with ADHD It's goal is to educate, empower, and inspire men with ADHD through community Marc enjoys chatting with other people with ADHD He struggled with understanding and managing his ADHD and had low self-confidence as a result Cultural factors, including a lack of awareness, education and understanding about ADHD, affected Marc's ability to express himself and understand his own brain Marc did not have behavioral or impulsive issues, but he was often “toned out” or distracted He learned to tone himself down by learning to manage his time and energy, setting boundaries, and practicing self-care Marc has also learned to embrace his intensity and use it to his advantage by finding ways to channel it into his work and passions He has found that learning to manage his intensity has helped him to be more present and engaged in his relationships and activities Creating neurodivergent community: Marc uses his intensity to create a space for others to be themselves and feel seen His personal brand is built on transparency and listening to others Marc has harnessed the power of his intensity by being true to himself and embracing his strengths He has found that by putting himself in spaces where he can be himself, he is able to use his speaking and active listening skills to connect with others and make a positive impact. Marc uses affirmations to hype himself up and boost his confidence before speaking events He helps others use their fire by sharing his own experiences and learning openly and transparently Marc believes that honesty and transparency are important and encourages others to embrace their intensity and not worry about pleasing everyone Marc emphasizes the importance of self-care and setting boundaries to manage intensity He advises others to embrace their passions and find ways to channel their intensity into their work and hobbies Marc encourages others to be kind to themselves and remember that it's okay to not have everything figured out * Transcript Available * Resources: Join the Embracing Intensity Community & Check out our calendar of upcoming events! Join the ADHD Men's Support Group Follow the ADHD Men's Support Group on Twitter Follow Marc on Twitter
Join us for this episode where Chadd and Chili sit down to respond to social media comments. Thank you for supporting Three of Seven Podcast on Patreon at: www.patreon.com/threeofseven Click here to check out NUFF SAID RUNNING Apply for The Proving Ground 6 Troop at: https://3of7project.com/the-proving-ground/ Three of Seven Project Store https://3of7project.com/store/ Apply for The Basic Course at: https://3of7project.com/the-basic-course/ Check out the Three of Seven Project Youtube channel at: Three of Seven Project Youtube Nuff Said
Join the Pop Culture Bois Chad and Chadd, as we tell you what is POP. We teach you how to be at the top of your game, by abandoning your family. Also Bennifer is just doing what happens in small town bars everyday, whats the big deal? 2. Multiverse v 15. Adam Levine Cheats 7. Bennifer 2.0 v 10. Brady Retires/Unretires Follow us at: https://www.facebook.com/friendlycomppod/ https://twitter.com/friendlycomppod https://www.instagram.com/friendlycomppod/ https://twitter.com/codynat_20 Email: Friendlycompetitionpodcast@gmail.com
In today's episode, Andy & DJ are joined in the studio by Chadd Wright; a former Navy SEAL turned elite ultra-runner. They discuss the White House releasing a winter plan for COVID-19, the State Department struggling to track the billions sent to Ukraine in aid, and the U.S. considering sending Patriot missile defense systems to Ukraine.
Emotions can influence our behaviors quite directly. When you are proud of your kids, emotions might help you celebrate and share your joy, and encourage your children to continue on a path to success. When you are ashamed of your kids, they might interfere with your ability to be as supportive as your child needs you to be. Susan Bauerfeld, PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice in Wilton, CT. Bringing a combination of skills and experience with CBT, attachment theory, neuropsychology, cognitive remediation, coaching and parenting her 3 wonderful, challenging boys, she is an ardent proponent of facilitating change through education, understanding, skill development and practice. She offers workshops, psychotherapy and guidance for parents looking to strengthen their relationships and effectiveness with their children, and ADHD coaching for teens and adults. Dr. Bauerfeld holds an MA and PhD from Fairleigh Dickinson University, a BA from Trinity College and is a member of APA, CTPA, CHADD and Phi Beta Kappa. Ten Tips for Calm and Confident Parenting of Complex Kids Parenting complex kids can be difficult, even mind-numbing at times. In this FREE Guide you'll find clear, quick guidance to help you calm the chaos and more confidently prepare your child for greater independence and success! Learn techniques parents all over the world are using to reduce friction and (believe it!) rediscover the joy of parenting. Listen to this bonus episode from the archives of ImpactParents with Dr. Susan Bauerfeld about how emotions influence behavior and how to manage them. Here is what was covered on this special archival episode: Shift from shame and blame to a more productive approach Tackling the real challenge, rather than focusing on the threat Problem-solving from your frontal lobe, and overcoming the “Amygdala hijack” Connect with Dr. Bauerfeld: Website: https://susanbauerfeld.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Associate program director of the emergency medicine residency at Geisinger Medical Center, Chadd Kraus, DO, DrPH, CPE, FACEP, offers tips on follow-up etiquette and how to gather information after a residency interview.
In this episode, Sean, Chadd, MJ, and for the very first time, Sean's robot understudy, Shaun, look at why some really good authors give really bad advice, and how to place yourself in the crowd. Other topics include Dawson's Creek, the continuing search for a podcast platform that isn't Zencastr, and the true origins of the Lo-Fi Beats to Study And Relax To Girl. We really had a lot of calls to action with that one, huh? Well, here's most of what you're looking for. Crazy Speilberg/Lucas transcript. Scary Swiss Movie Discord! And Socials!
In this episode of the Premiere Liensbrooke Lore Podcast, Chadd and Sean assess how NaNoWriMo went, where they ended up, and the lessons learned. Other topics include Chadd's powerful feud with reddit, the weakness of HDDVD as a format, and the question of how many of us are currently ghosts (hint, Billy Zane). https://linktr.ee/onriting is where you want to be, as you watch Twitter implode and reddit be just the worst.
ADHD is just one of those uniquely frustrating diagnoses to navigate as a parent. There are so many different professions and professional backgrounds that can diagnose and evaluate your child the pathway to getting your child his isn't always clear. In this episode, Dr. Erin Elmore speaks with Dr. Norrine Russell. Dr. Russell is the founder of Russell Coaching for Students, which uses an innovative method of coaching for students with complex challenges, including those who have ADHD, Autism, Anxiety, and learning differences. Dr. Russell has over 20 years of experience in child development, learning styles, special needs, and positive parenting philosophies. She is the author of the recently published guide for parents Asking the Right Questions Before, During, and After Your Child's ADHD Diagnosis. Together Erin and Norrine discuss how to get your child assessed for ADHD, getting accommodations for school, the benefits of a full evaluation process, building a treatment team, understanding medication for treating ADHD, and what questions to ask and how do you become an advocate for your child with ADHD. Parents, educate yourselves and be hopeful and optimistic because we can move ADHD out of the way of your child and build a successful future for you and your family. For more information about Russell Coaching call 212-716-1161 or visit: https://russellcoaching.com For more information about “Asking the Right Questions Before, During, and After Your Child's ADHD Diagnosis” by Norrine Russell, please visit: https://russellcoaching.com/adhd-book-release To listen to Norrine Russell on other podcasts and other topics, please visit: https://russellcoaching.com/podcastsspeaking-availability For more information about the CHADD 2022 Conference, please visit: https://chadd.org/conference/ Follow Russell Coaching on Instagram at Russell Coaching LLC, or visit: https://www.instagram.com/russellcoachingllc/ Follow Russel Coaching on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/norrine-russell-820545184/
Chadd Olesen is the Chief Executive Officer at AVRL. AVRL-Generation is the world's most sophisticated platform for applying decision-making technology, while being manageable by your non-technical workforce. This platform uses decision trees in a way never seen before. With our proprietary technology, Generation allows users to convert their complex domain expertise into a rich, storied decision trees that can be cross-linked and aggregated across domains, allowing our users to reach their customers through rich APIs, sophisticated chatbots, automated content serving mechanisms and robotic process management. Make sure to connect with Chadd or visit www.AVRL.io to learn more. To learn more about becoming a Freight Agent: https://spi3pl.com/ To learn more about Emerge: https://emergemarket.com/freightcoach/ Ditch your carrier packet, Drive more carrier sales and get better load coverage with seamless digital onboarding, TMS integration, and smart load coverage, visit: https://brokercarrier.com/
You know what it is: to the people! Chadd, MJ, and Sean take crowdsourced Reddit questions, instagram posts, and the MBTI to task for out-and-out shittiness. Other topics include the reverse-phrenological powers of chair shots, Irish poetic forms, and the true nature of r/worldbuilding. Want to share a truly shitty reddit post? https://linktr.ee/onriting
The team gets to grips with the inner workings of a top professional football team in an interview with Nick Chadd, the Head of Sport Science and Strength and Conditioning at Portuguese giants Benfica. Chadd offers a unique perspective when it comes to player management, rest and recovery, talent identification and, most importantly, managing performance. Chadd has previously worked for the City Football Group and Manchester City, the English Institute of Sport, Wasps and Sheffield United. SHOW NOTESArticle on fatigue in football: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/18416591/Good concise summary of some of the scientific and physiological elements of football: https://www.gssiweb.org/sports-science-exchange/article/sse-125-physiological-demands-of-footballLink to the Special Football edition of the International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance: https://journals.humankinetics.com/view/journals/ijspp/17/9/ijspp.17.issue-9.xml?rskey=U0Zy5b&result=1One article from that special edition, which details how muscle soreness and sleep quantity affect injury risk: https://journals.humankinetics.com/view/journals/ijspp/17/9/article-p1399.xml Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this special episode of On Writing, Chadd celebrates his victory over NaNoWriMo, Sean laments his failures, and both try to avoid talking about Napoleon for the full hour. Other topics include the Meat Cube, Fanfiction, and the inspirational quality of primary sources. https://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/education/resources/victorian-industrial-towns/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=liokytT2TSk and, of course, the Discord/Socials: https://linktr.ee/onriting
In this NONNANOWRIMO episode of the snarkiest writing podcast, MJ, Sean, and Chadd look at Stakes, those things which give conflict meaning. Other topics include Breeding Pairs, While Holding a Baby, and terrible twists resulting from asymmetrical stakes. Want a replacement for twitter for finding calls for submissions and follows? https://linktr.ee/onriting has what you need.
eDreams operates as an online travel company in Europe. The company offers deals for flights, hotels, and other travel needs. eDreams was founded in 1999 in Silicon Valley. Listen as Brett and Ryan ask Chadd questions about the company, its business model, and valuation. Enjoy the show! ***************************** Interested in becoming a member of 7investing? Subscribe with code “MONEY” and get $100 off your annual subscription for life: https://7investing.com/checkout/ ***************************** Want updates on future shows and projects? Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/chitchatmoney Subscribe to our Substack to receive free show notes and charts that go along with every episode: https://chitchatmoney.substack.com/ Interested to see more of Chadd's work? Check out the Ave Maria Fund here: https://www.avemariafunds.com/ Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org Timestamps eDreams | (5:12) Unit Economics | (18:59) Valuation | (26:25) Disclosure: Chit Chat Money hosts and guests are not financial advisors, and nothing they say on this show is formal advice or a recommendation. Brett Schafer and Ryan Henderson are general partners and portfolio managers at Arch Capital. Arch Capital and its partners may hold securities discussed on this show.
In this special episode, Chadd and Sean [no MJ :(] go over their NaNoWriMo progress, outlining where they are, where they thought they'd be, and the scope of their work, as well are core themes and notes they're working from. Other topics include... mostly just that. It's really easy to get carried away when talking about your own shit, but I promise there are jokes and practice points in there too. https://linktr.ee/onriting is the place where you can follow us, as well as get input on your WIPs.
This week we got to talking with WMC international titleholder, Chadd Collins. He has a WBC world title bid on Rebellion Muay thai's next show in a few weeks against Yod I.Q PK Saenchai gym. We delve into Chadd's fighting origin story from starting at his Dad's property gym to living in Thailand under Sangtiennoi Muaythai, then shifting to Revolution gym and to coming back to QLD to be trained by Mark Pease. We only scraped the surface of Chadd's stories about fighting legends like Pakorn, Saenchai and travelling to fight on Rise in Japan. We look forward to having him on again and dive deeper into his career.Follow Chadd and Strikeforce here:https://www.instagram.com/chaddcollins_offical/https://www.instagram.com/strikeforce_gym_australia/Follow us on:https://www.instagram.com/combatchatpodcast/https://www.facebook.com/combatchatpodcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0BA3mqnfgbPBgjDeqNNkSg#muaythai #podcastSupport the show
In this supper club episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott talk with Dr. Courtney Tolinski about ADHD, how to tell if you have ADHD, issues related to ADHD for computer workers, anxiety vs ADHD, and more. LogRocket - Sponsor LogRocket lets you replay what users do on your site, helping you reproduce bugs and fix issues faster. It's an exception tracker, a session re-player and a performance monitor. Get 14 days free at logrocket.com/syntax. Appwrite - Sponsor Appwrite is a self-hosted backend-as-a-service platform that provides developers with all the core APIs required to build any application. Get free cloud credits by signing up for early access to the Appwrite Cloud launch! Show Notes 00:36 Welcome 02:11 Guest introduction 03:00 Do I have ADHD? CHADD 09:12 What is the threshold for diagnosis? 11:43 Are there other issues for computer workers? Arc Browser Syntax 513 - The Productivity Episode 15:27 Avoiding difficult or boring things 17:04 Structuring your day 18:41 Sponsor: LogRocket 20:12 Any tips for working in a distracting environment? MyNoise.net Headspace 23:40 Can I learn to deal with things? 27:28 How can I support a team member with ADHD? Missive 31:51 Sponsor: Appwrite 32:47 Any lifestyle changes to help with ADHD? 38:26 How do you find medical help? 42:39 How do you tell the difference between discipline vs ADHD? 47:05 Anxiety vs ADHD? 48:36 Dyslexia and ADHD 53:31 Inheritable or genetic 54:50 Don't rely on self-diagnoses Psychology Today 55:48 SIIIIICK ××× PIIIICKS ××× ××× SIIIIICK ××× PIIIICKS ××× Taking Charge of Adult ADHD Bird feeder Tweet us your tasty treats Scott's Instagram LevelUpTutorials Instagram Wes' Instagram Wes' Twitter Wes' Facebook Scott's Twitter Make sure to include @SyntaxFM in your tweets
During this episode Chadd discusses what to do when you don't want to..... do anything and why caring too much can be detrimental to your mindset. Thank you for supporting Three of Seven Podcast on Patreon at: www.patreon.com/threeofseven Click here to check out NUFF SAID RUNNING Apply for The Proving Ground 5 Troop at: https://3of7project.com/the-proving-ground/ Three of Seven Project Store https://3of7project.com/store/ Apply for The Basic Course at: https://3of7project.com/the-basic-course/ Check out the Three of Seven Project Youtube channel at: Three of Seven Project Youtube Nuff Said
In this episode, Chadd, Sean, and MJ look at one of the inciting forces of the whole podcast: writing prompts and where to find them. Other topics include the best poetic form you don't know about, the second shittiest leprechaun we've ever read, and the dark grandeur of the institution known to us mortals as Waffle House. Need some NaNoWriMo buddies, or want to complain about everyone just not shutting up about it? https://linktr.ee/onriting is the place you want to be.
Whether you are finding this in October, for ADHD Awareness Month, or just coming across this episode now; consider this a great place to start in gaining an introduction to ADHD.In this episode you will learn:What is ADHDThe prevalence of ADHD in the US and among boys vs girlsThe three type of ADHDThe most common behaviors found within each typeHow someone gets diagnosedTreatment options **Neuroversity is not a place that provides diagnoses, just a space to provide information and support.The resources cited in this episode are:https://chadd.org/about-adhd/overview/ https://chadd.org/for-adults/overview/https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/adhd/data.html https://chadd.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Finding-a-Professional-to-Diagnose-Treat-ADHD_QF.pdfFollow Neuroversity on all our social platforms:Neuroversity WebsiteIGFacebookTwitterLinkedInPatreon
Pop that champagne and roll up a joint, because WOAF is turning one this week and dammit, we deserve to be celebrated. We've flawlessly and effortlessly kept this podcast horse train on the tracks for a full year now, so to commemorate our ginormous ADHD accomplishment we're spending this episode doing a year in review. We're looking back at how far we've come, what we've learned so far, favorite episodes, all the ways this podcast has changed us, and all the ways it hasn't. Plus, we puddle-jump from one silly segment to the next as Kristin dives thighs-first into a new cult lifestyle, Grace longs for the simpler days of the bowl cut, and we both share Spanish class trip Pizza Secrets that live in our middle school hearts forever. What started as a way to spite our enemies has blossomed into a somewhat legitimate ADHD podcast with a loyal fanbase of fellow weirdos who support us in our ongoing mission to spite our enemies, and how beautiful is that? Come celebrate a year of WOAF in this chaotic but well-meaning look-backisode, we couldn't have made it here without you. Well, most of you.
Real Estate Expert, Financial Guru, Content Creator, Coach, Family Man, Social Media Program Host, Entrepreneur Chadd Levine joins me. You want to learn how to move forward, faster? Do you want to learn from a wildly relatable business leader? I have the good fortune of knowing my friend, Chadd Levine, on many levels. It's important to pay attention to people who see things before you do... that have the vision and business savvy to push people past their fears. This guy has been an entrepreneur since being a kid- learning the pharmacy business before expanding into several business specialities. I find it amazing when someone calls themselves a "late starter" at 25! What I know, and you'll learn quickly, as you listen to my conversation with this "Superstar" is that he is certainly resourceful. While Chadd comes off as easy, with a great laugh and the ability to make anyone feel better... there is always strategy and learned expertise behind the motivation. Did you know that Chadd and I host a weekly Facebook Program called "Your Monday Motivation"? Well, you do now! Do you need a well- intentioned kick in the "arse" to get rolling? Then look no further than the man with the "Superstar Mentality" Chadd Levine... he's the real deal. When you want to know where to find Chadd Levine- here are a few places to start. Enjoy! https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100084840769783 https://fb.me/e/22yUXv35P https://instagram.com/superstarlender?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=
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This is Zack Fuss, an investor at Irenic Capital, and today we're breaking down Archaea Energy. Archaea is one of the largest and fastest growing providers of renewable natural gas in the US. The company uses methane produced by landfills as its feedstock to create renewable electricity and natural gas. To break down Archaea, I'm joined by Chadd Garcia. Chadd is lead portfolio manager of the Ave Maria Focused Fund and co-portfolio manager of the Ave Maria Growth Fund. You may have seen Archaea in the news this week. On Monday morning, BP announced a deal to buy Archaea for $4.1 billion US. We recorded on Friday before this news broke. The bulk of our discussion, therefore, does not touch on BP. It serves as an explanation for what BP has bought and why they found it to be an attractive asset. At the end of our conversation, we asked Chadd for his quick reaction to the news. Please enjoy this business breakdown of Archaea Energy. For the full show notes, transcript, and links to the best content to learn more, check out the episode page here. ----- This episode is brought to you by Tegus. Tegus is the new digital hub for market intelligence. The Tegus platform empowers Investors and Corporate Development teams to invest smarter by pairing best-in-class technology with the highest quality user-generated content and data. Find out why a majority of the top firms are using Tegus on a daily basis. If you're ready to go deeper on any company and you appreciate the value of primary research, head to tegus.co/breakdowns for a free trial. —-- Business Breakdowns is a property of Colossus, LLC. For more episodes of Business Breakdowns, visit joincolossus.com/episodes. Stay up to date on all our podcasts by signing up to Colossus Weekly, our quick dive every Sunday highlighting the top business and investing concepts from our podcasts and the best of what we read that week. Sign up here. Follow us on Twitter: @JoinColossus | @patrick_oshag | @jspujji | @zbfuss | @ReustleMatt Show Notes [00:02:59] - [First question] - Defining landfill gas and its historic and current state [00:05:50] - What Archaea is, their business scale, and economic profile [00:07:44] - The waste hauling value chain and how money is made in the ecosystem [00:11:33] - How Archaea takes something that's perceived to be worthless and profits from it [00:15:47] - The way the company is organized to capture and capitalize on this opportunity set [00:17:56] - How much visibility they have into their future earnings [00:19:04] - The renewable fuel standard and how revenue is derived from it [00:20:10] - Explaining how you produce renewable natural gas from a landfill [00:24:52] - The unit economics of a single Archaea landfill to gas site [00:25:40] - How much capital can be deployed into one of their projects [00:26:45] - What differentiates and makes Archaea defensible from private equity companies [00:27:51] - The history of the company, how it was founded, and its major players [00:29:57] - Thoughts about the size of the untapped opportunity in this sector [00:31:57] - Where is Europe in doing something comparable to this [00:32:59] - Free cash flow conversion and financing requirements [00:34:18] - The current state of the competitive landscape [00:37:37] - The key risks for a business like Archaea [00:40:30] - Lessons learned from studying Archaea from an investor's and operator's perspective [00:43:02] - His reaction to the news of Archaea being purchased
Students with neurological or executive functioning issues are told they can't do things on their own, they need help, and there's so much going on that's a problem. Russell Coaching is working to flip that on its head and build faith and self-esteem in their students. Encouraging everyone to find the solution instead of always focusing on the problem. In this episode, Dr. Erin Elmore speaks with Dr. Norrine Russell. Dr. Russell is the founder of Russell Coaching for Students, which uses an innovative method of coaching for students with complex challenges, including those who have ADHD, Autism, Anxiety, and learning differences. Dr. Russell has over 20 years of experience in child development, learning styles, special needs, and positive parenting philosophies. She is the author of the recently published guide for parents Asking the Right Questions Before, During, and After Your Child's ADHD Diagnosis. Together Erin and Norrine discuss understanding ADHD as a neurological issue than a behavioral one, how coaching and therapy could be complimentary or supportive of one another, they discuss Russell Coaching's model that includes: understanding the individual, connecting with the student's team, using science and brain-based understanding, reporting, working with a leadership team, and finally customized software that supports this connected coaching model. For more information about Russell Coaching, please visit: https://russellcoaching.com For more information about Asking the Right Questions Before, During, and After Your Child's ADHD Diagnosis by Norrine Russell, please visit: https://russellcoaching.com/adhd-book-release To listen to Norrine Russell on other podcasts and other topics, please visit: https://russellcoaching.com/podcastsspeaking-availability For more information about the CHADD 2022 Conference, please visit: https://chadd.org/conference/ Follow Russell Coaching on Instagram at Russell Coaching LLC, or visit: https://www.instagram.com/russellcoachingllc/ Follow Russel Coaching on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/norrine-russell-820545184/
Welcome to The B-Side, from The Film Stage. Here we talk about movie stars and directors! Not the movies that made them famous or kept them famous, but the ones they made in between. Today we get a little nasty. We get a little creepy. We dig into the works of Brian De Palma! Conor and I are joined by filmmaker and returning guest Chadd Harbold, whose new film Private Property is now available on Hulu! We also examine the film Private Property from 1960, which Harbold's 2022 film reimagines, along with the new film's De Palma-esque inspirations. The B-Sides discussed are: Phantom of the Paradise, Casualties of War, Femme Fatale, and The Black Dahlia. We also take lengthy pit-stops at The Fury and Mission to Mars. Harbold explains why Femme Fatale is De Palma's best film, why the old, great directors need to higher young DPs when shooting digital, which actors know what they're doing in The Black Dahlia, and which actors do NOT. There's references to this Slant Magazine article as well as De Palma, the superb documentary from Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow (now streaming on Showtime). Finally, we must mention the intensive retrospective of De Palma The Film Stage took on in 2016. Oh, and we talk about the greatness of that Mission to Mars by Ennio Morricone. Be sure to give us a follow on Twitter and Facebook at @TFSBSide. Also enter our giveaways, get access to our private Slack channel, and support new episodes by becoming a Patreon contributor. We are also now on Spotify and Stitcher. Enjoy!
David describes how when we hyper focus and launch ourselves into something, it can be hard to finish, because the hardest part is behind us. He heard then governor Gavin Newsom speak and he describe how there comes a point in running where you just have to keep kicking, you keep kicking your feet forward. For neurodivergent folx to recognize that we have to sit through the hard thing and just do it—it becomes important to honor just how painful and difficult that is. Self-soothing and grounding are helpful, but watching a show isn't going to help you clean your room, watching the show would be a really good reward from cleaning your room. You need to offers when you've done something terrible, you need to be able to put your feet up and relax, but after you ran the race, not before you race at all. What does your system need to be effective? Are you angry or anxious for a reason, do you need to be stimulated? That's what you need to be stimulated. Knowing that requires metacognition, knowing what you need for each moment. Isabelle describes her own difficulties delaying gratification, with black and white thinking and sequencing, and then the need to seek comfort, and wonders about the stats of folx with ADHD having more substance misuse, higher rates of divorce, accidents, etc. but as David points out, we do do more flips. But what is the warning or worst case scenario if you don't clean your room, but what if the consequences are worse? David jumps into the substance abuse or misuse idea and wonders: if you have a marginalized, underserved, neurodivergent population and is neglected by a system--and they're using substances--and you think there's something wrong with them? For people with ADHD, a lot of people can fall into cannibis, or alcohol, or cocaine. For example, when you pour a depressant like alcohol into your system, your body tries to compensate by boosting your stimulation, because your body is seeking homeostasis. So if you don't drink after drinking after drinking, your brain is released stimulants. Cocaine and cannibis are stimulants—and cannibis, as a dissociative stimulant—so folx with ADHD tend towards substances that are giving them the stimulation they are needing. When you look at people who struggle with delaying gratification, increased pain, more social rejection—wow, drinking can help them numb the pain and then they are doing stimulants when they would be prescribed stimulants to help with their medication condition. David sees this as a humanistic push toward health by people who have been given bad information. Our population is highly at risk because we're in a lot of pain. David wants to highlight the pain we live in. “Unspoken expectations are premeditated resentments” and changing it for neurodivergent folx: “expectations are premeditated resentments.” All of our expectations, because of our black and white thinking, are that things are going to take away the pain, make us feel better, not hurt anymore, not be anxious anymore…when people make a decision that's like “I'm going to bomb this test so I never have to think about it again” we get you, we understand that's pain, you are in a lot of pain. There's self-soothing to feel better to take a test, or bungee jump off a cliff, but when you're in so much pain you look for ways to self-soothe your way through your entire life, we need to look at your expectations and get you the help you need. You are not broken, you are being serviced by the wrong technicians of the world, you are being given leaded gas, you have square tires, we need to get them off—it's not your fault. It's not David's fault that he misread that podcast that he screened, and he needed to be able to challenge it and face it, and lean on his support system. A lot of us have more courage than people understand, because we have a lot of anxiety and fear—if you're not scared, it can't be courage. Isabelle is so grateful for David naming this, and while neither one of them is a substance abuse expert, it is an important reminder to all of us. Isabelle thinks of the quote that sometimes when you think you're the “crazy” one, it's actually a very sane response to a “crazy” world. What is the appropriate response to what you are facing, and nobody told you this was in the water, and you've been drinking it your whole life, and the protestant U.S. work ethic of: “good things happen to you because you prove your worth, you earn it all” logic and it so does not match up with anyone's experience, the “just world” hypothesis does not match up. Because it flips on you, if you did all the good things you missed the suffering, but if you suffer, it's something you must work on it and solve it and pull yourself up by your own bootstraps. How much work is loaded on neurodivergent folx. We are not given the accurate operating instructions and we encounter more intensity of pain than people understand. There's a lot of neglect in the world, we neglect things and pretend they're fine. Of the drugs you can use in the U.S.- Caffeine, alcohol, and cannibis—nothing's all bad. But using a substance to escape a feeling doesn't help. Because your brain likes substances, and it will find the feelings to make you use it more often. So use them if you're going to use them, but don't justify it with a feeling. For Isabelle, this can tie back to what is self-soothing and what is avoidance. Sometimes keeping busy keeps you from feeling the feeling. Sometimes the task is not cleaning your room, it's recognizing how much grief you're in, sitting in the break up you just had, or facing the fact your parents are who you wanted them to be, the job you wanted was not as awesome as you thought it would be, it's developing the frustration and distress tolerance for an emotional state that might beg for soothing away. You could always justify soothing it away, but how can you recognize and rise above and have a meta moment—are there feelings I'm running from? What am I used to run from those things? How can I build up the things that would help me tolerate them? David counters: how can I sit in them? We have to accept these things, not approve of them. The moment you stop escaping those feelings, all those feelings will come back. As Isabelle often hears it put, “what you resist, persists.” Now how to transition away from this? We could say “Schwarma!” And anything else. We could cite pickleball. Or we could say: this is complex. You're not alone. You've got a family. An LD/ADHD family. We're here for it! Isabelle thinks about this other therapist who works with trauma and kids and parenting, and how she describes how you can't ever really help your child stop experiencing the pain, but what you can do is be there with them through it. You can do that with something that happened when you weren't there. And the way you do that is by showing up and listening. Saying things like “I believe you.” “I hear you.” “Tell me more.” And just tolerating it, and the thing she said, for most of us, when we're really little, we learn there are certain emotional states that we learn you have to deal with alone, because people are scared, or don't know what to do. The difference is not how you can handle an emotion, it's how you can practice not recognizing you don't have to be alone in that emotion. Whatever you're dealing with, to know you're not alone, is not nothing, it doesn't take the emotion or pain away, but there are people ready and willing and already there who want to listen. And it matters to us to hear from you. The reason we can be so vulnerable is because we're hearing from you and knowing you're listening, too, and that it's helpful to you, it makes us want to bring it. Stats for substance abuse or misuse in Children-Children with ADHD are 2-3 times more likely to abuse substances than their neurotypical counterparts, and as-prescribed ADHD medication use does not increase the risk, it in fact lowers it by 7.3% (Source: Child Mind Institute)For further reading, here's an article from Current Psychiatry Reports and more info from CHADD.orgStats for substance abuse or misuse in adults-Adults with ADHD are more likely to abuse substances than their neurotypical counterparts, at almost a 3:1 ratio, remission rates are slower, and the escalation to severe substance abuse may be connected to more severely untreated ADHD (Source: SAMHSA Advisory article)Dr. Becky Kennedy's websiteDAVID'S DEFINITIONS Black and White Thinking: Believing or acting as if there are only two ways of thinking right or wrong. This includes feeling like you did the thing or failed completely, and can be felt very intensely. Black and white thinking also makes it harder to see middle paths during an argument and makes it harder to back down and be flexible at times.Metacognition: Thinking about thinking. Understanding and awareness of why you do the things you do. When you reach this point with any behavior, you're more than halfway there. Self Soothing: A task in an of itself. Engaging in a physical behavior (such a breathing, jumping, wearing sweatpants, lighting a candle, drinking some water) that is a task in and of itself, that addresses something your nervous system needs to ground or to energize. When thinking about self-soothing, the more you depend on something outside of yourself, the more it can breed dependency and aggression if that thing is taken away or not available. So think about diversifying your strategies, have a break glass in case of emergency one, have a smattering of things that you notice ground you or energize you and see that as a task to do. Think about when is the time to do the task of self-soothing: before you start? After you finish? During a break? Keep in mind that you also need to be uncomfortable and do the hard thing at some point, to experience the ultimate relief of getting that thing off your plate. -----Cover Art by: Sol VázquezTechnical Support by: Bobby Richards—————
IN THIS EPISODE, Tim sits down with retired decorated Navy SEAL Chadd Wright and discusses the power of the spoken word, presence, and the opportunity to benefit from adversity. YOU WILL LEARN ABOUT Overcoming adversity Growth thru tension Importance of the spoken word Not giving your pain a voice Superpower of presence Breaking down hard things into small moments Consistency creates trust Selflessness WHO IS CHADD WRIGHT Chadd is a motivational speaker, business owner, entrepreneur, ultramarathon runner, and retired decorated Navy SEAL; serving as a Team Leader, an Instructor, and a Master Training Specialist. To learn more about Chadd visit: https://3of7project.com/ BROUGHT TO YOU BY PERFORMANCE EXPERTS: Mortgage Coaching for the Professional Who Wants a Great Business & Better Life CELEBRITY HOME LOANS: Where Everyone Gets Treated Like a Star®
Many parents of complex kids are tired of feeling overwhelmed. They want to be done with the chaos – at least, the kind of chaos that is in their control. It's not always an easy task, but it can be done! Kricket Harrison is a Performance & Productivity expert working with businesses to increase performance, productivity and profits. As a professional speaker, Kricket is known for her dynamic and interactive presentations on the human side of business She is the creator and founder of the SMARTSuccess® Club, an online accountability program. Kricket has a degree in Psychology and Organizational Communication from the University of Texas. She is a certified coach with a specialty in ADHD adults and has presented at the ADDA, CHADD and ADHD Coaches Organization conferences. Ten Tips for Calm and Confident Parenting of Complex Kids Parenting complex kids can be difficult, even mind-numbing at times. In this FREE Guide you'll find clear, quick guidance to help you calm the chaos and more confidently prepare your child for greater independence and success! Learn techniques parents all over the world are using to reduce friction and (believe it!) rediscover the joy of parenting. Listen to this bonus episode from the archives of ImpactParents with Kricket Harrison about coping with feeling overwhelmed. Here is what was covered on this special archival episode: Chaos is often caused by poor planning and procrastination Elimination of procrastination- getting over the “penalty rush” Creating new patterns to unlearn your learned behaviors that no longer serve you Related Blogs: Managing Anxiety with ADHD Find Your Village A New Look at Finding What Works Connect with Kricket: Website Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Over time, ADHD symptoms may diminish. Sadly, some people never fully outgrow their ADHD, which can have an impact on how they show up in romantic relationships as adults. In this episode, Dr. Ari Tuckman provides some insight into how ADHD manifests differently in adult men and women, particularly how it affects a couple's sex life. Additionally, he discusses approaches for resolving conflicts as well as tools and resources that both partners with ADHD and those without can utilize. Ari Tuckman, PsyD, CST, is a psychologist, international speaker, and ADHD expert. He is the author of four books on ADHD, including his most recent book, ADHD After Dark: Better Sex Life, Better Relationship. He volunteers as the conference co-chair for CHADD, the national ADHD advocacy organization. He is in private practice in West Chester, PA. Check out the transcript of this episode on Dr. Jessica Higgin's website. In this episode 8:11 How Dr. Tuckman became passionate about helping adults with ADHD. 11:52 How each person's experience with ADHD differs. 14:17 ADHD in women vs. men. 18:12 How does ADHD manifest itself in romantic relationships? 22:41 How to make a relationship between people with ADHD work. 29:47 Dr. Tuckman's approach to assisting people with ADHD. 36:03 ADHD and sexual intimacy: effects, tips, and recommendations. 49:04 Tools and resources. Mentioned ADHD After Dark: Better Sex Life, Better Relationship (*Amazon Affiliate link) (book) Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD) Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) ADHD Coaches Organization Sex needs a new metaphor. Here's one … (*TED Talks) Shifting Criticism For Connected Communication Connect with Dr. Ari Tuckman Websites: adultadhdbook.com Connect with Dr. Jessica Higgins Facebook: facebook.com/EmpoweredRelationship Instagram: instagram.com/drjessicahiggins Podcast: drjessicahiggins.com/podcasts/ Pinterest: pinterest.com/EmpowerRelation LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/drjessicahiggins Twitter: @DrJessHiggins Website: drjessicahiggins.com Email: email@example.com If you have a topic you would like me to discuss, please contact me by clicking on the “Ask Dr. Jessica Higgins” button here. Thank you so much for your interest in improving your relationship. Also, I would so appreciate your honest rating and review. Please leave a review by clicking here. Thank you! *With Amazon Affiliate Links, I may earn a few cents from Amazon, if you purchase the book from this link.
Parenting with ADHD is no easy task, even if you've been doing it for years. There is always something surprising to deal with, and inevitably something you thought you'd handled doesn't get done. The challenge of focusing on yourself when you have so much to do in focusing on your kids often throws you way off balance. John Willson has a Masters in Outdoor Therapeutic Recreation Administration. He is the Executive Director of SOAR, a non-profit school and adventure camp serving youth diagnosed with learning disabilities and ADHD. He is the past President of the Learning Disabilities Association (LDA) of North Carolina and serves on the national board for CHADD. He has led hundreds of adventure courses with youth diagnosed with LD & ADHD. He actively presents to parents and professionals at local, state and national conference Ten Tips for Calm and Confident Parenting of Complex Kids Parenting complex kids can be difficult, even mind-numbing at times. In this FREE Guide you'll find clear, quick guidance to help you calm the chaos and more confidently prepare your child for greater independence and success! Learn techniques parents all over the world are using to reduce friction and (believe it!) rediscover the joy of parenting. Listen to this bonus episode from the archives of ImpactParents with John Willson about managing balance of life, kids, work, especially when you have complex kids. Here is what was covered on this special archival episode: The importance of equal attention to both your child and what you need to get done Discover John's 4 strategies to being a more effective parent Simple actions of self-care that pay big dividends Related Blogs: Find Your Village 5 Steps to go From Stressed Mom to Happy Mom Relaxation Guild- Why I Can't Sit Down How Do I Stop Nagging My Kids? The Power of Positive Transitions: SMILE SWITCH! Four Things Every Successful Supermom Knows Connect with John: Website YouTube LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Instagram Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dr. Jensen is the Board Chair of the REACH Institute, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization he founded in 2006. From 1999-2009 he served at the National Institute of Mental Health as the Associate Director for Child Adolescent Mental Health Research. He then moved to Columbia University to assume an endowed professorship in the Department of Psychiatry, where he directed the Center for the Advancement of Children's Mental Health. Leaving New York in 2009 he joined Mayo Clinic's Department of Psychiatry Psychology to lead the Division of Child Psychiatry Psychology, eventually becoming the Vice-Chair of the Department (Research). In 2014 he was appointed Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock, moving to Adjunct Professor in 2018. Dr. Jensen was the lead NIMH investigator on the Multimodal Treatment of ADHD study (MTA) and served on other multi-site NIMH national studies. He has held many national offices, including President of the International Society for Research on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, Secretary and Council Member (American Academy of Child Adolescent Psychiatry), and as member of CHADD's Board and Scientific Advisory Board. Dr. Jensen has authored/edited over 300 peer reviewed articles and chapters and 20 books. He has received many awards for research and teaching from multiple national organizations, including the Hall of Fame award from CHADD, the American Psychological Association, the American Psychiatric Association, the American Academy of Child Adolescent Psychiatry, the Society for Child Psychiatric Nursing, and NAMI.
Canna Mana Co. is a California based Cannabis Company that aims to provide clients with specific genetics, cultivation techniques, and various cannabis-based products developed for their particular needs. They provide clients with pickup or delivery options, and monitor the results of each client's progress. These products will be composed of proprietary blends meeting research standards for medical quality. Using targeted cannabis genetics that Canna Mana cultivates themselves, it allows them full control of quality and content. Canna Mana's products offer an individualized approach for patients, with an option to seek guidance from a cannabis expert to target the patient's specific health condition and prioritize the desired symptom management. Their base product line offers general solutions for the most common cannabis uses. Canna Mana Co. also offers an upgrade option to use an individual's genetic testing to guide cannabis therapy and further customize patient's formulations.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Erica and Darius discuss the symptoms of ADHD from both the UK and US perspective. They also discuss how this relates to executive functioning and other diagnoses such as dyslexia. Finally, they address how to acquire a diagnosis, as well as some solutions to ADHD. Here is a combined symptoms list as defined by the United Kingdom NHS and the United States DSM5 criteria. Symptoms of Inattentiveness (difficulty concentrating and focusing) - Short attention span - Difficulty sustaining attention or staying on task - Easily distracted (including unrelated thoughts) - Makes careless mistakes/lacks attention to detail - Fails to follow through on tasks and instructions - Forgetful in daily activities - Avoids/dislikes tasks requiring sustained mental effort - Difficulty listening to and carrying out instructions.Does not seem to listen when spoken to directly - Problems organizing tasks and managing time - Loses things necessary for tasks/activities Hyperactivity and impulsivity - Problems sitting still and leaves seat in situations when remaining seated is expected - Constant fidgeting and excessive physical movement - Talks excessively - Difficulty waiting turn - Acting without thinking - Blurts out answers - Interrupts or intrudes on others - Experiences feelings of restlessness - Has difficulty engaging in quiet, leisurely activities - Is “on-the-go” or acts as if “driven by a motor” Links: - Dan Sullivan - Strategic coach: www.StrategicCoach.com - Access to Work Advice: Contact Darius @ www.dyslexiawork.com - NHS: https://www.nhs.uk/search/results?q=ADHD&page=0 - CHADD: https://chadd.org/ - DSM5 Diagnostic Criteria: https://www.aafp.org/dam/AAFP/documents/patient_care/adhd_toolkit/adhd19-assessment-table1.pdf - Bullet Map Academy: https://bulletmapacademy.com/ - Learning Specialist Courses: https://www.learningspecialistcourses.com/ - Good Sensory Learning: https://goodsensorylearning.com/ Brought to you by - www.goodsensorylearning.com - www.learningspecialistcourses.com - www.bulletmapacademy.com
Welcome to The Mental Breakdown and Psychreg Podcast! Today, Dr. Berney and Dr. Marshall discuss the challenges associated with diagnosing ADHD as we get older. Read the articles from ADDitude Magazine here, from Being Patient here, from WebMD here, from the New York Times here, and from CHADD here. You can now follow Dr. Marshall on twitter, as well! Dr. Berney and Dr. Marshall are happy to announce the release of their new parenting e-book, Handbook for Raising an Emotionally Healthy Child Part 2: Attention. You can get your copy from Amazon here. We hope that you will join us each morning so that we can help you make your day the best it can be! See you tomorrow. Become a patron and support our work at http://www.Patreon.com/thementalbreakdown. Visit Psychreg for blog posts covering a variety of topics within the fields of mental health and psychology. The Parenting Your ADHD Child course is now on YouTube! Check it out at the Paedeia YouTube Channel. The Handbook for Raising an Emotionally Health Child Part 1: Behavior Management is now available on kindle! Get your copy today! The Elimination Diet Manual is now available on kindle and nook! Get your copy today! Follow us on Twitter and Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube Channels, Paedeia and The Mental Breakdown. Please leave us a review on iTunes so that others might find our podcast and join in on the conversation!
This week, we invite our first guest for Nice Thinking! Adam Clewes-Boyne is putting together an initiative for neurodiversity advocacy and education in the games industry, specifically focused on ADHD. It started as a meetup at a conference, and Adam wants to see where it can go next. Neurodiversity in Gamedev EventsIRL Adam joined us, after a fashion, in a previous episode: Game Dev London does Nice Games JamCoffee with Butterscotch podcast - Butterscotch ShenanigansHow the Gender Gap Leaves Girls and Women Undertreated for ADHD - CHADDStrategic Planning for Nonprofits - National Council of NonprofitsAdam Clewes-BoyneGuest Adam is a co-founder of the Game Dev London community and games studio BetaJester, as well as a mentor with Limit Break and Into Games. External link TwitterGame Dev LondonBetaJester
Chadd Garcia hosted the The Business Brew for this conversation. Chadd runs the Ave Maria Focused Fund, which is a non-diversified mutual fund (ticker: AVEAX). His portfolio holding are eclectic. Some themes you will see in there are quality and compounders. However, several of the companies are undergoing business transformations or have advantaged business models. Chadd has an interesting background. He grew up on a family farm in Arizona. He worked in management at a multi-national agribusiness, where he helped turnaround of a business. He caught the investing bug and headed to Harvard Business School to get into finance. He spent time in investment banking and private equity before moving over to public markets. I think these experiences give him an interesting perspective and thought process that he brings to investing. He's a natural teacher and I am excited for this episode. Chadd is lead portfolio of the Ave Maria Focused Fund and co-portfolio manager of the Ave Maria Growth Fund. He is also responsible for equity research functions for the firm. Previously, Chadd analyzed public equities as a Managing Director at SQ Advisors. Prior thereto Chadd worked in private equity as a Managing Director at Gulf Coast Capital Partners and as Vice President at Comvest Partners. Before his work in private equity, Chadd was an Associate in the mergers and acquisitions group at CIBC World Markets. Chadd has a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Resource and Economics from The University of Arizona and a Master of Business Administration degree from Harvard University. He is a board member and CFO of The Rising Farmworker Dream Fund and is a Knight in the Sovereign Military Order of Malta. He is a CFA® charterholder. Contact Chadd at CMG@schwartzinvest.com Ave Maria Funds Page: https://www.avemariafunds.com/fund-family/aveax.html Fund Commentary Found Here: https://www.avemariafunds.com/financial-insight/fund-commentaries.html Album art photo taken by Mike Ando. Please see www.mikeando.com. Thank you to @mathewpassy (on Twitter) for the show production. Please leave us a rating in your favorite podcast player! Detailed Show Notes: 2:40 - What Chadd learned from studying HEICO 12:10 - An accounting lesson worth listening to 19:45 - Chadd's thesis on eDreams 29:40 - What Chadd looks for to premortum businesses 33:00 - A discussion about Green Plains and business transformation 39:10 - A discussion about GFL (a waste management company) 42:40 - How Chadd thinks about position sizing 44:50 - The moral component of what Chadd does 53:55 - How Chadd analyzed the short report behind GFL
Join Chadd as he discusses his top 5 book recommendations and why it's important to read. Click here to check out NUFF SAID RUNNING Apply for The Proving Ground 5 Troop at: https://3of7project.com/the-proving-ground/ Three of Seven Project Store https://3of7project.com/store/ Apply for The Basic Course at: https://3of7project.com/the-basic-course/ Check out the Three of Seven Project Youtube channel at: Three of Seven Project Youtube Thank you for supporting Three of Seven Podcast at: www.patreon.com/threeofseven Nuff Said
JT Parr (star of Netflix's new show Chadd and JT Go Deep) talks about growing up in southern California, being a PA on Nathan for You, and crashing his car he was using to Uber people around Coachella. He also talks about how he met Chad and how their internet fame lead to a Netflix show out August 23! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Shop https://www.mikeritlandco.com for Performance Dog Food, Treats, Apparel & more! In this episode of Mike Drop, Chadd Wright opens up about his time at SEAL Team 8, Ultra Running and the Three of Seven Project.Chadd served in the SEAL teams as a Team Leader on multiple deployments, a SEAL instructor and Master Training Specialist. Retiring in 2019, he is now a part-time defense contractor, business owner, entrepreneur, competitive Ultrarunner and husband.Chapters:00:00 - Intro1:18 - Lightning Round9:57 - Ultrarunning25:00 - Saved52:18 - Morning Routine55:13 - Childhood59:37 - Joining The Navy1:01:22 - BUD/S1:07:13 - SEAL Team 81:18:40 - Africa1:33:10 - Obama Security Detail1:37:43 - Addiction1:54:01 - Running2:08:15 - 3 of 7 ProjectSupport: Chadd Wrighthttps://3of7project.com/YouTube - @3 of 7 Project Instagram - @chadwright278 - https://www.instagram.com/chadwright278/Instagram - @3_of_7project - https://www.instagram.com/3_of_7project/--------------Support Sponsors:GhostBedRight now GhostBed is offering 40% off GhostBed Bundles where you get a Mattress & Adjustable Base. Or 30% off everything if you use the code – "MIKEDROP" AT https://www.GhostBed.com/MIKEDROPYou can buy a mattress for like $35 a month. They have a $0 down, 0% financing plan for up to 60-months. Go check it out at: GhostBed.com/MIKEDROPGet 30% off everything at GhostBed.com/MIKEDROP--------------BUBS NaturalsGo to Bubsnaturals.com and use promo code MIKEDROP for 20% off.https://bubsnaturals.com--------------Fueled by TeamDog | www.mikeritlandco.com | @Teamdog.petALL THINGS MIKE RITLAND:SHOP for Fueled By Team Dog Performance Dog Food, Treats, Apparel, Accessories, and Protection dogs- MikeRitlandCo.com - https://www.MikeRitlandCo.comTeam Dog Online dog training- TeamDog.pet - https://www.TeamDog.pet
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Chadd Wright is a retired Navy SEAL turned elite ultra-runner who served his country for a decade on multiple deployments to conflict zones across the world -- including a stint on President Obama's security detail. In this conversation Nick sits down with Chadd to discuss life as a SEAL, the allure of ultra-endurance for self-betterment & the importance of having a value system in place to navigate life. More Resources: BPN website: www.bpnsupps.com Nick's website: www.nickbare.com Nick's Instagram: www.instagram.com/nickbarefitness Nick's Youtube: www.youtube.com/user/barelifenutrition Follow Us On Social Media! Instagram: @thebareperformancepodcast Facebook: The Bare Performance Podcast Twitter: @BarePerformPod
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