As value-based care gains traction across the healthcare landscape, clinical documentation will continue to be subject to intense scrutiny from internal and external stakeholders. Yet, healthcare organizations must take care not to exacerbate the cognitive overload and administrative burdens that plague clinicians today. Join Robert Budman, MD, MBA as he discusses the role of AI-based computer-assisted physician documentation (CAPD) technology in enhancing the accuracy of documentation and easing the burden on clinicians. On today's SoundPractice episode, Mike Sacopulos interviews Dr. Robert Budman, Chief Medical Information Officer at Nuance Communications. Board Certified in Family Medicine & Informatics, Dr. Budman focuses on efficiency, safety, and quality initiatives, with global experience in multi-EHR and service line care delivery. In his role at Nuance, he primarily supports the CAPD product line, and speaks extensively on healthcare IT. Delivered in a streamlined workflow, Nuance's proven, evidence-based guidance enables clinicians to capture complete and accurate documentation at the point of care. Discover how to drive better outcomes across the continuum of care with Nuance's portfolio of CAPD solutions, backed by sophisticated artificial intelligence. To learn more, www.nuance.com/capd Learn more about the American Association for Physician Leadership at www.physicianleaders.org
Clara Nicolosi, executive broker/owner of Re/Max of Hot Springs Village joins us today to share a real estate story that involves long drives in the country, police, and clients touring a prospective home with their fingers in their ears. In other news, we welcome Ike Eisenhauer State Farm as our other Premier Sponsor joining Clara and Re/Max of Hot Springs Village. Ike and Clara ideally represent what we value most around here - a love of Hot Springs Village and the people who live and work here. They are positive, helpful, and community-minded with years of support demonstrating how much they love the Village. When we started this podcast - well over 500 days ago - we took aim at adding value by providing folks deeper insights about HSV and the surrounding areas. Combating negativity has always been part of the plan. Ike and Sonya Eisenhauer - like Clara Nicolosi - are our kind of people delivering high value, high integrity, and highly needed services to our community. If you missed our show with Ike and Sonya, catch it here. Thanks to our exclusive media partner, KVRE • Join Our Free Email Newsletter • Subscribe To The Podcast Anyway You Want • Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel (click that bell icon, too) • Join Our Facebook Group • Tell Your Friends About Our Show • Support Our Sponsors (click on the images below to visit their websites) __________________________________________
As we enter sweater weather and the days are getting shorter, do you experience seasonal blues instead of seasonal cheer? Find out how to handle that seasonal depression, also known as Seasonal Affective Disorder, so you can enjoy this holiday season!If you or anyone you know may be experiencing thoughts of suicide please call the National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988.Stay Connected with us! Email us at AskDrImani@crooked.com
In this episode of the Creative Strings Podcast, Chris talks to educator and violinist, Dr. Quinton Morris about his non-profit work, Key to Change, entrepreneurship, and combating racism in classical music. https://www.keytochangestudio.org/ (01:15) Teaching students to be entrepreneurs (3:24) Harvard business school (5:28) Key to change (9:19) Why do so many people fail at doing what you've been able to succeed at? (12:27) Understand the business (15:25) Barriers to being able to serve underserved youth (19:29) Talk to the community and always show up (25:10) Being more human in our interactions (29:39) Classical music's defensiveness (33:14) Raising money for your non-profit (39:35) What can teachers without a non-profit do to help? (44:38) Relational vs Transactional (50:33) Combating racism in classical music (55:20) Unmute the Voices (1:00:07) Wrap up
Did you know that shared ownership communities are prime targets for con artists and fraudsters? And that even the best association employee can be tempted to join those ranks? Former Palm Beach Police Chief Michael Reiter tells host Donna DiMaggio Berger that the best way to “keep honest employees honest” and to protect an association's financial resources is to put systems in place that require multiple approvals for expenditures and encourage regular questioning of itemized invoices. Michael also outlines the telltale signs of fraudulent activity, some of the top cons he has ‘busted', how to handle the threat of violence in the community, and so much more.BONUS: Unclear on who is responsible for finding fraud in a community association? Hear the surprising answer from man who led the original – and only successful – investigation of sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein.
Katie Teitler, Senior Cybersecurity Strategist at Axonius and co-host on the popular Enterprise Security Weekly podcast, joins us to discuss the role of cybersecurity in combating midterm election disinformation. We discuss the difference is between misinformation and disinformation, how we can combat disinformation and what are some things about disinformation, private platforms, and free speech […] The post Cybersecurity's Role in Combating Midterm Election Disinformation appeared first on The Shared Security Show.
Today we welcome Assemblymember Heath Flora. Flora represents Assembly District 12. We discuss rising gas prices, combating wildfires, the problem solvers, elections and more. SacTown Talks is a podcast about California politics, policy and culture. We feature interviews with California political leaders, and analysis by experts and insiders focusing on the Capitol. Like, share, and subscribe to learn more!(01:57) High California gas prices(14:32) Combating wildfires(18:39) California water shortage(31:26) Becoming chief objector (35:07) Major legislative shift(42:10) Gaining Republican votes
Surveys say 60% of evangelicals polled (State of Theology Survey - Ligonier Ministries and Lifeway Research) were confused about the Holy Spirit - believing that “the Holy Spirit is a force but is not a personal being” Macedoniansm was a fourth-century heresy that denied the full divinity or personality of the Holy Spirit; that is a heresy we challenge with Scripture.
ADHD often impacts social skills, which can lead to peer rejection. But we can change this. Brendan Mahan, M.Ed., M.S., shares how parents can work collaboratively with kids to rehabilitate their image, and how to enlist help from teachers.
Why Contraceptive Failure Rates Matter In A Post-Roe America Birth control options have improved over the decades. Oral contraceptives are now safer, with fewer side effects. Intrauterine devices can prevent pregnancy 99.6% of the time. But no prescription drug or medical device works flawlessly, and people's use of contraception is inexact. “No one walks into my office and says, ‘I plan on missing a pill,'” said obstetrician-gynecologist Dr. Mitchell Creinin. “There is no such thing as perfect use, we are all real-life users,” said Creinin, a professor at the University of California-Davis who wrote a widely used textbook that details contraceptive failure rates. Even when the odds of contraception failure are small, the number of incidents can add up quickly. More than 47 million women of reproductive age in the United States use contraception and, depending on the birth control method, hundreds of thousands of unplanned pregnancies can occur each year. With most abortions outlawed in at least 13 states and legal battles underway in others, contraceptive failures now carry bigger stakes for tens of millions of Americans. Read the rest at sciencefriday.com. The Quest For New COVID-19 Solutions As we head towards our third pandemic winter, the nation still is facing about 2,500 weekly deaths from COVID, and over 3,000 people a day entering the hospital due to the virus. Dr. William Haseltine is chair and president of ACCESS Health International, a former professor at Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of Public Health, and the founder of several biotechnology companies, including Human Genome Sciences. “This thing knows everything about our immune systems,” Haseltine says. “We have to find new drugs that it has never seen before, and new combinations of those. That's what's worked for HIV. That's what we have to do now—and we're doing a very poor job of that.” Haseltine joins Ira to help explore the viral landscape, and where he sees viral research headed—from new vaccines to antiviral drugs and antibody cocktails. Can Animals Evolve To Survive The Anthropocene? When you think of evolution, you might imagine a slow process that takes millions of years. Take Tiktaalik, for example: The ancient fish, an important human ancestor, took 375 million years from climbing out of water to get to the humans you see now.Now that we're here, we're changing the world at an unprecedented rate. Threats like climate change, deforestation, and pollution are wiping out entire animal species in just one generation. Can evolution punch back? Or are some species fighting a losing battle? Dr. Shane Campbell-Staton joins Ira to discuss rapid evolution in the anthropocene, and whether that's enough to keep these species afloat. Transcripts for each segment will be available the week after the show airs on sciencefriday.com.
Coalmarch COO Frank Andolina joins Dan and Donnie to discuss why digital marketing costs are on the rise and what pest control operators can do about it. They cover Google ads, search and recommendations for improving your ROI in 2023.
Today, we are excited to have an Advocacy episode! In these episodes, we'll cover topics around advocating for agriculture and interviewing changemakers in the industry who are passionate about ag. We've discussed the Global Anti-Meat Narrative before but never with a guest so gear up for a great episode. In today's episode of Combating the Global Anti-Meat Narrative, we cover several important topics including: Covering the facts about how animal protein is an essential part of our diet How to start advocating for agriculture and how it relates to our diet The real problem in today's food production and how food is marketed to consumers The lack of real information being shared about animal agriculture and what we can do to change that Check out this episode's show notes and links here: https://www.elevateyouragstory.com/blogposts/049-the-global-anti-meat-narrative-with-diana-rodgers-of-sustainable-dish
Landon Starbuck is a national thought leader, speaker, writer and advocate countering Human Trafficking; specifically child trafficking and child exploitation. Landon is the Founder & President of Freedom Forever; a non-profit dedicated to protecting children from trafficking & exploitation and preserving freedom for all. Landon left the music industry as a Billboard charting singer/songwriter after uncovering the exploitation within the entertainment industry. She continued making music as an independent artist and donating 100% of her sales to fight modern day slavery. Now, she dedicates her life to advocacy; combatting the trafficking and exploitation of the most vulnerable. She inspires young women to find their true identity and power through purpose, not sexualization. Her heart for service, working with survivors and prevention education led her to start her own non-profit where she brings to light many aspects of exploitation that are hidden. In addition to running her non-profit, Landon serves on the board of Operation Lightshine, an anti-trafficking organization in Tennessee that works with law enforcement to rescue kids from trafficking and exploitation. She also serves on the Advisory Council for Lynn's Warriors in New York, is a partner with The National Center On Sexual Exploitation and a member of The Coalition To End Sexual Exploitation. In 2021, she directed the largest coalition mobilizing activists across the country in a rally & march at our southern border to expose the record level of human trafficking and exploitation occurring there. Tucker Carlson (FOX), Breitbart, OANN and more covered the unprecedented demonstration Landon led at the border. Landon has led counter trafficking activists across the country who understand the importance of preserving freedom for all in the fight against modern day slavery. Landon is unique in her authentic, common sense approach to education and prevention in combatting the demand within our culture via The Freedom Model. For more information, please visit: landonstarbuck.com LISTEN NOW AT: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-blacksmith-chronicles-podcast/id1485445641 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4OmhF96FBZ7wz6umnfiMnT Destiny Image: https://destinyimagepodcastnetwork.squarespace.com/#/the-blacksmith-chronicles/ Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/84241b46-96c3-4aed-a483-a003fd5ea74c/the-blacksmith-chronicles-podcast Ryan Johnson — www.ryanjohnson.us RJM YouTube Channel — https://bit.ly/34Vxbgl Ryan Johnson Ministries Facebook — https://www.facebook.com/officialryanjohnsonministries The Blacksmith Chronicles Podcast Facebook — https://www.facebook.com/RJMinistries Instagram — ryanjohnsonministries EMAIL — email@example.com TikTok — @officialrjm
Do you think you need to earn your way to God by doing good works? Pelagianism is a 5th-century heresy that has crept back into the church of today - it is a self-works salvation essentially obtained through will-power. The truth is that it is the grace of God, the unmerited favor, that brings salvation through faith in Jesus Christ.
You've skipped your workout for the 3rd time this week. Or you've eaten a slice of pizza instead of your usual kale salad for lunch. Does this make you "bad?" Many of us "fall off the wagon" in regard to whatever plan we have for our eating and/or exercise and then go ahead and label ourselves "bad" for doing so. Did you know that doing so can actually make you less likely to follow through with health pursuits down the line? In today's episode, we dive into why slapping the "bad" label on to your approach to diet and exercise might actually be part of what derails you from your goals, and how we can approach this in a more efficient and helpful way so that you never feeling guilty for skipping another workout or eating another piece of candy. Healthcare is a difficult territory for women to navigate, as many of us are left feeling dismissed and unheard, our concerns being chalked up to being a "crazy woman" who just needs to lose weight (BARF). That shit ends here and now. Today, we take back our health and speak up: because no one else is gonna do it for us. Sign up for the Finally Floored Waitlist By Clicking Here! Follow me on IG: dr.mel_pt Send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org Work with me: www.yournewquest.com **Information presented in this podcast is not to be taken as medical advice and is for educational and entertainment purposes only** Theme music courtesy of Grace Mesa, “Like We Do”
This season we are expanding on common themes found in the last season. Such as, even if you know your own body, at what point should you talk to your doctor about a medication before taking it? Why does it matter?Host Chrissy Billau asks UTMC Internal Medicine Specialist Dr. Srini Hejeebu why taking a supplement or medicine you saw on Tiktok without talking to your doctor may not give you the result you expected. Plus, how can you effectively communicate questions about what you think is going on with your body to your doctor and how you can combat health misinformation you found on the internet?You can schedule an appointment with Dr. Srini Hejeebu at 419.383.5614.
Zakiya joins Yumlish to discuss the importance of a community coming together and creating a space to become healthier. Zakiya Jenkins owns and operates a fitness studio dedicated to helping people in her community be healthier. Zakia resides in Des Moines Iowa and is the founder and Executive Director of Grace Fitness. Zakiya is the founder and Executive Director of Grace Fitness. She holds a Masters's degree in Public Administration and is a certified personal trainer as well as a community health worker who helps people overcome their struggles to get healthy. She was born in Gary, Indiana where she witnessed the impacts of social determinants of health in her community. She is working to become a registered dietitian. "[A]nybody in the medical field that looks like you, you, you have better outcomes" Question of the day: Are you aware of the resources available in your community? This Episode you will learn: Cultural stigmas around healthcare Community health programs Community resource awareness Correlation between health and mental health Connect with Zakiya: http://www.gracefitnessdsm.org https://www.instagram.com/zakiya_jenkins https://www.facebook.com/Gracefitnessdsm email: email@example.com Connect with Yumlish: https://yumlish.com https://www.instagram.com/yumlish_ https://twitter.com/yumlish_ https://www.facebook.com/yumlish https://www.linkedin.com/company/yumlish YouTube Key Points: 00:00 Intro with Shireen! 00:47 Welcome Zakiya to Yumlish 01:01 Zakiya's journey within community activism 03:57 Social and cultural factors to healthcare 05:21 Combating cultural ignorance in healthcare 07:01 Building community connections 10:54 Awareness and education 12:52 How community members can share information 14:10 Challenges and resources for diabetes prevention 17:03 How lifestyle changes can affect health 18:36 Self-care, diet, and diabetes 21:53 Personal benefits of community health activism 23:19 Connect with Zakiya 23:19 Outro with Shireen! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yumlish/message
Yes, it's almost Halloween. But what is scarier is that it is almost November 8th, which here in America means we could have a dreaded republican, fascist, theocracy take over. Hopefully not, if we and every other sane person in America gets out to vote. This is a simple get out the vote message to help save our LGBTQ rights. Make your vote matter. You can also listen to the podcast on… https://apple.co/2RBmUxZ ()https://bit.ly/2UxP9zN () https://spoti.fi/2JpvCfg ()https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/rick-clemons/the-coming-out-lounge () http://tun.in/pjtKR ()https://bit.ly/30kT4kL () https://bit.ly/2FVH55j ()
Combating domestic violence by providing women with access to the help they need to protect themselves and their children. We discuss it all with advocates from Crossroads Women's Center and Purple House Project PA. Join us on The Behavioral Corner.-------------------The Behavioral Corner Podcast is made possible by Retreat Behavioral Health. Learn more - https://www.retreatbehavioralhealth.com.
Combating Burnout & Leading Through Crisis with Dr. Becca TaggBecca's been a hero of mine since I saw her do a presentation on RBT Burnout in 2018. She comes across with utter clarity on her self-awareness, leadership, her ABA Practice, and her diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis two years ago. This conversation got me in the feels. Enjoy, kind listener!Resources:Becca on LinkedInBusiness of Behavior (Becca's podcast)Del Mar Behavioral HealthSponsored by: Element RCM
Republican Esther Joy King is counting on kitchen table economic issues to carry her to victory in her second run for the northwestern and central Illinois congressional district
There are christian heresies, the opposition or rejection of the bible and it's theological teachings, that have crept into the Church and Body of Christ. In this episode we tackle the heresy that 'Jesus Was Just Another One Of Us'.
Combating climate change was at the forefront of the historic U.S.-Pacific Island Country Summit, which was recently held in Washington. It resulted in an important new declaration signed by leaders of 14 Pacific Island countries and the United States. Steven McGann, former U.S. ambassador to Fiji, Nauru, Kiribati, Tonga and Tuvalu, joins Annelise Riles to talk about the summit, the human security concerns facing these countries and United Nations sustainable development goal number 13: climate action.
LifeBlood: We talked about combating physician burnout, how to get in front of the impending doctor shortage, why so much time is spent on administrative tasks, and what to do about it, with Eric Grosse, President of Suki. Listen to learn how technology is alleviating this problem! You can learn more about Eric at Suki.AI, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. Thanks, as always for listening! If you got some value and enjoyed the show, please leave us a review here: https://ratethispodcast.com/lifebloodpodcast You can learn more about us at LifeBlood.Live, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, YouTube and Facebook or you'd like to be a guest on the show, contact us at contact@LifeBlood.Live. Stay up to date by getting our monthly updates. Want to say “Thanks!” You can buy us a cup of coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/lifeblood
Join us as we introduce our new Co-Host, Tresdan, and listen to our guest share his experiences as a security guard at homeless shelters. We discuss the importance of productivity in every aspect of our lives. Do you feel that you are productive physically, mentally, and emotionally? What could you improve on? Message us on Instagram @remember.podcast to share your answers to these questions.
With the craziness of the past few years, especially for medical professionals, burnout has become more than just a buzzword. The post 253 – Combating Burnout and Elevating Patient Experience with One Tool: Compassion appeared first on Swallow Your Pride Podcast.
Global media, corporate and political interests are going to more insane lengths than ever to bludgeon our exhausted minds and emotions into surrendering our consent. It starts with Nature shows and moves through every shade of manipulation to outright commands, such as New York City's recent public announcement to "Get inside. Stay inside. Stay tuned." suggesting a nuclear war is at hand and we must dive for cover. I am appalled by the audacity of the messages being broadcast so I invited Zeus to join me to help explain the mechanics of what we're up against and how our compassion and care is being used against us, creating more confusion and division. Please share this video and comment below as this requires all of our input. Visit Zeus' site at: https://citizenzeus.com/ Visit Zeus' substack: https://citizenzeus.substack.com/ Subscribe to my newsletter: https://reginameredith.com/join-my-community Support my work on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/reginameredith Join Our Neighborhood: https://www.ourneighborhood.earth/ References / Sources: Paypal article: shows that PayPal did indeed include supplying "misinformation" as a possible incitement to deduct 2,500 directly from your account, but has now said it was "in error": Stock dropped 6% immediately after: https://www.businessinsider.in/stock-market/news/paypal-falls-after-weekend-blowback-over-misinformation-policy-that-would-have-fined-users-2500/articleshow/94767552.cms#:~:text=PayPal%20stock%20fell%206%25%20on,its%20misinformation%20policy%20was%20incorrect. Text of PayPal "misinformation policy" since retracted: https://www.verifythis.com/article/news/verify/national-verify/paypal-wont-fine-people-for-spreading-misinformation/536-dcbb5921-b2ce-47e7-8e7a-c6c9ef7b747c "Own nothing and be happy" (WEF promo): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=omAk1gMyw7E AMA President statement "Combating medical misinformation will take all of us": https://www.ama-assn.org/about/leadership/turning-tide-against-medical-disinformation-will-take-all-us https://www.blackcaucusgreens.org/we_say_no_to_mandates Event 201 (Predictive pandemic scenario and gathering in 2019): https://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/our-work/exercises/event201/ https://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/our-work/exercises/event201/scenario.html https://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/news/center-news/2020/2020-01-24-Statement-of-Clarification-Event201.html James Bond - No Time to Die: https://www.sgtreport.com/2022/08/the-disturbing-and-deeply-irritating-globalist-agendas-in-the-james-bond-movie-no-time-to-die/ James Bond predictive screenshots and quotes (scroll down to "Secret virus lab": https://www.sgtreport.com/2022/08/the-disturbing-and-deeply-irritating-globalist-agendas-in-the-james-bond-movie-no-time-to-die/ Woman taking kids money for Lemonade Stand: Part 1: https://twitter.com/prof_freedom/status/1579079086873317377?s=20&t=LlbzSyO2KSSOpCLDQSySMQ Part 2: https://twitter.com/prof_freedom/status/1579079547755974656?s=20&t=LlbzSyO2KSSOpCLDQSySMQ BBC article on “Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminists”: https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-57853385 "Get inside, stay inside, stay tuned" (NYC nuclear attack PSA): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zznmdUJbeU8 Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in the following program do not necessarily reflect those of ReginaMeredith.com. In keeping with this site's emphasis on sovereignty and knowledge, always use your own discernment and/or seek professional advice when making consequential decisions.
This week Katelyn sits down with YouTuber and LGBTQ activist Katy Montgomerie to discuss her talk about hate movements being cancelled because of hate. Plus Katy gives some insight into the science of hate and how to combat it. A special thanks to our Cancellation List and above Patreons Megg, I Beauregard, Adrienne Stewart, Diego Sanchez and Siobhan Green for making this episode possible. You can submit your requests for out of context cancellations, support our work and join our community by visiting www.patreon/CancelMeDaddy.
Anxiety is such a common aspect of modern life. But we can often get overwhelmed by worry and fear where it starts to negatively affect our lives. Susanne and Greg discuss 3 maxims/philosophies to address this important challenge."3 To Live By" - Let's talk about it.Here is the book Susanne references in the episode: "The Body Keeps the Score" by Bessel van der Kolk MDAlthough we are both licensed therapists, this podcast is for educational and entertainment purposes only, not professional therapy advice. If you are in a crisis, please call 911 or the 24 hour national crisis line at 988.Music by Tim Curtis.Website: 3tlbpodcast.buzzsprout.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The seasonal influenza virus, or flu as it is widely known, infects over a billion people a year, resulting in up to 650,000 respiratory deaths annually. For this Global Health Matters podcast episode TDR have partnered with GISRS, the World Health Organization's Global Influenza Surveillance and Response System. Podcast host Dr Garry Aslanyan brings together two professors to share their unique experiences from both the global and national level of the influenza response: GUESTS: Mahmudur Rahman – Former Director, Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research and National Influenza Center John McCauley – Director, Worldwide Influenza Centre, Francis Crick InstituteIn Bangladesh, we learn from Mahmudur Rahman, the former director of the Institute of Epidemiology Disease Control, that seasonal influenza was not considered that much as a very serious disease as, before SARS-Cov-2, they did not have the capacity to diagnose it properly. John McCauley from the World Influenza Centre is passionate about looking at ways to provide an integrated approach to better deal with the initial identification of respiratory infections such as RSV or SARS, this surveillance is important as they require different responses. By building on the country-led support, knowledge and infrastructure that was built during the SARS-Cov-2 pandemic this could prove to be a game changer for seasonal influenza in the future. Related episode documents, transcripts and other information can be found on our website. We are keen to engage with you, our listeners, at every step of the way – please feel free to suggest topics and questions to be discussed and share your feedback by dropping us a line at TDRpod@who.int. Subscribe to the Global Health Matters podcast newsletter. Follow @TDRnews on Twitter, TDR on LinkedIn and @ghm_podcast on Instagram for updates. Disclaimer: The views, information, or opinions expressed during the Global Health Matters podcast series are solely those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of TDR or the World Health Organization All content © 2022 Global Health Matters.
Today, we're continuing our deep dive into our book, Start From Joy, leading up to its release on January 3rd, 2023. This episode's topic can really frustrate us and needs to be clarified. We're talking about toxic positivity, which is when we think that positive emotions are the only ones that are okay to feel. Listen in as we discuss toxic positivity and give some tips on how to combat this thinking in our lives!Show Notes: https://enjoycowellness.com/podcasts/toxic-positivity-31Pre-Order Start From Joy Today: https://enjoycowellness.com/book/
We've all, at some point, struggled with the all-or-nothing mentality. Within fitness, this mentality can creep in when it comes to lifting, nutrition, and even competing. Listen in as Sue and Alex sit down and discuss how life happens, goals and priorities change, and how to make the mindset shift to recognize those factors while allowing grace for yourself. As always, it is our goal not only to supply you, the listener, with valuable insights on the topics or questions but also to plant some seeds for further research and thought. Without further ado, let's get into today's episode. Timestamps: (0:00) Intro—What is the "all-or-nothing" mentality and what are some of the dangers? (5:31) How competing can exacerbate the all-or-nothing mentality (9:54) How thinking about cars can help you combat the all-or-nothing mindset (14:40) Various ways all-or-nothing thinking can affect us (17:51) The value of understanding momentum & how to reframe your situation (22:40) Why the fitness industry is less all-or-nothing and more "gray" than it seems (35:48) Things you can do to combat the all-or-nothing mentality (44:29) Final thoughts & wrap-up Check out the PD Nutrition Calculator - https://physiquedevelopment.com/calculator Band tee sale! 10% off for podcast listeners. Use code PDPOD at checkout - https://physiquedevelopment.com/product-category/gear Have questions for future episodes or have a topic you'd like us to cover? Submit them here - https://forms.gle/AEu5vMKNLDfmc24M7 Looking to hire the last coach you'll ever need? Apply here - https://physiquedevelopment.typeform.com/to/ewAMxk1w Interested in competition prep? Apply here - https://physiquedevelopment.typeform.com/to/Ii2UNA Join the Physique Development Training Club - https://physiquedevelopment.app For more videos, articles, and information, head to - https://physiquedevelopment.com To follow the team on Instagram: Coach Alex - https://www.instagram.com/alexbush__ Coach Austin - https://www.instagram.com/austincurrent_ Coach Sue - https://www.instagram.com/suegainz Physique Development - https://www.instagram.com/physiquedevelopment_ If you would like to support Physique Development and this podcast, please head over to your favorite podcast app and leave us a rating and review! This goes a long way in supporting this podcast and helps us continue to bring high-quality, honest, content to you in the form of a podcast. Thank you for listening and we will see you all next time! ---- Produced by: David Margittai | In Post Media Website: https://www.inpostmedia.com Email: email@example.com © 2022, Physique Development LLC. All rights reserved.
Tara McGowan returns to The Great Battlefield podcast to talk about founding Courier Newsroom, where they're working in 8 battleground states to fight back against disinformation by publishing good information.
What is the difference between being really stressed and experiencing burnout? In this essential episode, co-host Stephanie Whitehead has a timely conversation with Dr. Alae Kawam to explore burnout and its impact within laboratory medicine. Dr. Kawam is an inspiring and active advocate wellness and diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I). Tune in as Dr. Kawam offers new strategies combat burnout and find health and wellness in your workspace. Be sure to share this episode with a fellow lab colleague! Special Guest Bio:Alae Kawam, DO , is a AP/CP board certified fellow in surgical pathology. She graduated from New York Institute College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2018. She completed AP/CP residency in NY. She is involved in DEI work and the wellness committee at her institution. Listeners can contact with Dr. Alae Kawam on LinkedIn or @kawama92 on Twitter Podcast Call to ActionWe would love to feature YOU!!!Share your favorite takeaway from today's episode or anyone from this season: Video ReviewBe an eLABorate Supporter!1. Listen on directimpactbroadcasting.com, Spotify, Apple Podcast, or your favorite podcast platform2. Don't forget to subscribe to the show on your phone, tablet, or notebook so you never miss an episode! 3. Be sure to leave a comment, and share it with fellow medical laboratory professionals!4. Join our eLABorate Topics Group on LinkedIn5. Leave us a Video Review and we will feature you on our Social Media: Video Review Be a Guest on our show!If you have a leadership or laboratory message to share and would like to be a guest on the show, please reach out to us by completing the guest interest form or send us an e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Please tune in next week to hear another amazing episode of eLABorate Topics!
Physician, author, and Founder of Blue Spirit Costa Rica and the Omega Institute in New York, Stephan Rechtschaffen is a serial entrepreneur with a passion for building successful and thriving businesses which have a positive impact in the world. He's an anomaly; a visionary who has found multiple ways to integrate social good with financial viability. His reach goes beyond ventures, programs, and consulting, he strives to support individuals as well which he illustrates via the wisdom in his bestselling book. Time Shifting, offers a fresh perspective to help people find ease and reduce stress in a culture fixated on going faster. In alignment with this mission, to truly help people find health, longevity, and cultivate a fulfilling life, Stephan established the Nosara Longevity Center in Costa Rica at Blue Spirit which integrates science with tangible actions to help people rethink their approach to time, stress, and cultivating a long-life-well-lived. His latest venture? Combating and reducing the effects of climate change through natural treatments as opposed to pesticides - an initiative run in Costa Rica. Stephan can also be found consulting with socially integrative organizations focused on creating positive change in the world.
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Carmen talks about what discussions come from times of war, the harsh but accurate reality that all won't be redeemed, and the sobering story of one who did not choose life. John Greco, author of "The Ascent: A Devotional Adventure Through the Book of Psalms," shares what can happen when we're drawn deeper into the embrace of the Father who loves us. Click here for today's show notes
Open Source: 179th Airlift Wing firefighters still on duty at Mansfield Lahm Regional Airport: https://www.richlandsource.com/open_source/open-source-179th-airlift-wing-firefighters-still-on-duty-at-mansfield-lahm-regional-airport/article_177d13fe-44bc-11ed-94ce-2f9e12070a1d.html?block_id=1098581 Boxer Christy Martin shares her story of a champion combating domestic violence: https://www.richlandsource.com/news/boxer-christy-martin-shares-her-story-of-a-champion-combating-domestic-violence/article_94301892-5896-5af2-b320-83b7e8a37769.html Hearken back to 1934 and Zitzer's at the corner of 4th & Diamond: https://www.richlandsource.com/area_history/hearken-back-to-1934-and-zitzers-at-the-corner-of-4th-diamond/article_cac20504-84cb-11e5-a721-733359b704e8.html Today - Recently, one of our readers asked if the 179th Airlift Wing of the Ohio Air National Guard still provides fire protection for Mansfield Lahm Regional Airport. The short answer? Yes.Support the show: https://www.sourcemembers.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dominique, US Army Captain and Attorney, and Juanita Sepulveda, USMC veteran and entrepreneur, share their own personal experiences on preparing to take part in the Ms. Veteran America competition, where grace, poise, beauty, and service are the ingredients for all the women involved. Proceeds from this event provide housing for homeless female veterans and children. First up, I share a little about where exactly I am at right now and some of the bigger changes that have taken place for my family and me in the past few months, returning to the U.S. after living overseas for a few years. The first interview is with returning guest, Dominique, an active duty JAG officer. You can find her previous podcast here: Military Legal Talk with Dominique. She is also a co-author for the Parenthood, Pregnancy, and Post-Partum Army Directive, for which she was recognized by the Secretary of the Army. In this episode she passionately discusses supporting homeless women veterans through competing in Ms. Veteran America.Part II is with fellow Ms. Veteran America competitor, Juanita Sepulveda, mother of 7, and a former homeless vet. She promotes positive community and financial growth through several organizations linked to education and community outreach and development. Juanita takes us through her own life and the struggles she overcame as she works to give back to those who positively affected her life, including the amazing accomplishments her children are now undertaking.Donate to Final Salute through DominiqueDonate to Final Salute through Juanita SepulvedaFinal Salute Inc. (FSI)'s mission is to provide homeless women Veterans and their children with safe and suitable housing. FSI was established to identify and meet the unique needs of homeless women Veterans and their children.Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services (DACOWITS)VA Homeless Programs Check out the Parenting in Uniform Facebook pageFollow on Twitter: @MomInUniformEmail: ParentingInUniform@gmail.com Editing, voiceover, music, and show notes by audiblelemonade.com.
Allison has trouble navigating her way...to the bagel shop. The duo then address a somewhat triggering question about sharing your feelings for a coworker despite being a polyamorous relationship that doesn't (yet) allow the listener to hook up with cis men. Clinical psychologist Dr. Monica Vermani joins to talk about finding balance, combating negative thinking and her own approach to life. And finally, sick burns! When are they appropriate? This has been a Forever Dog production Produced by Melisa D. Monts Executive produced by Brett Boham, Joe Cilio, and Alex Ramsey. To listen to this podcast ad-free Sign up for Forever Dog Plus at foreverdogpodcasts.com/plus Check out video clips of our podcasts on Youtube at youtube.com/foreverdogteam And make sure to follow us on Twitter, instagram and Facebook at ForeverDogTeam to keep up with all of the latest Forever Dog News Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
To an outsider looking in, it may seem like singer Casey McQuillen has it all — she was a contestant on season 13 of American Idol, and went on to have a successful career in singing. Yet despite her success, she still struggles with a negative, nagging sense of self-doubt that she attributes to the bullying she endured in middle school. These difficult early experiences left such a mark that she started an anti-bullying program. Listen as she shares stories about how her mental health intertwines with her music, the pain and pressure of being on a reality show, and how she uses her voice to advocate against bullying today. To learn more -- or read the transcript -- please visit the official episode page. Guest Bio Casey McQuillen, a Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter, activist, and powerhouse vocalist, burst onto the scene on season 13 of “American Idol.” Since then, the rising star has organically accumulated tens of thousands of followers on social media and millions of views and streams of her music online, largely because her songs are authentic, intimate, and relatable. Casey's first single, “Beautiful,” debuted globally on ExtraTV in April 2019. Her debut album, “Skinny,” released in April 2022 from Plymouth Rock Recording, includes “In & Out,” a duet with singer-songwriter, Jon McLaughlin. Throughout her career, Casey has dedicated herself to the causes of anti-bullying, body positivity, and mental health advocacy. Following “Idol,” she founded the You Matter Tour, an interactive, anti-bullying assembly show that she's performed for 40,000+ students at over 100 middle and high schools in the U.S. and Europe. The tour has been recognized by the UN Foundation and GLAAD and featured on The Kelly Clarkson Show. Casey has toured the U.S. and Europe headlining her own shows and supporting talented singer-songwriters, such as James Morrison, Stephen Kellogg, Kate Voegele, Tyler Hilton, Eric Hutchison, Clark Beckham, David Ryan Harris, and Nick Howard. Starting in May, Casey hit the road for concerts in New York City, Los Angeles, Boston, and Nashville, and will return to the U.K. in early October for shows in Edinburgh, Newcastle upon Tyne, Liverpool, Leicester, and London. For more information, please visit Casey's official website – www.listentocasey.com. Inside Mental Health Podcast Host Gabe Howard is an award-winning writer and speaker who lives with bipolar disorder. He is the author of the popular book, "Mental Illness is an Asshole and other Observations," available from Amazon; signed copies are also available directly from the author. Gabe makes his home in the suburbs of Columbus, Ohio. He lives with his supportive wife, Kendall, and a Miniature Schnauzer dog that he never wanted, but now can't imagine life without. To book Gabe for your next event or learn more about him, please visit gabehoward.com.