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New Books in Middle Eastern Studies
Discordia Revisited: The Concordia Netanyahu Riot of 2002

New Books in Middle Eastern Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 77:45


20 years ago at Concordia University in Montreal pro-Palestinian protestors clashed with police over whether Benjamin Netanyahu should be allowed to speak on campus. Windows were smashed, arrests were made, the talk was cancelled. The fallout from that day defined how the school year proceeded, with heated council debates, media stunts, lawsuits, explosions, and a contentious student election. This was captured in the film Discordia (2004), and while the fight had no influence over the conflict in the middle east, it was a major moment in the lives of those involved, so we tracked them down. Henry Kissinger once said "the reason that university politics is so vicious is because the stakes are so small." Was he right? We investigate what university politics means, and how it has evolved in the two decades since Discordia. SUPPORT THE SHOW You can support the show for free by following or subscribing on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or whichever app you use. This is the best way to help us out and it costs nothing so we'd really appreciate you clicking that button. If you want to do a little more we would love it if you chip in. You can find us on patreon.com/dartsandletters. Patrons get content early, and occasionally there's bonus material on there too. ABOUT THE SHOW For a full list of credits, contact information, and more, visit our about page. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/middle-eastern-studies

New Books in Critical Theory
Discordia Revisited: The Concordia Netanyahu Riot of 2002

New Books in Critical Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 77:45


20 years ago at Concordia University in Montreal pro-Palestinian protestors clashed with police over whether Benjamin Netanyahu should be allowed to speak on campus. Windows were smashed, arrests were made, the talk was cancelled. The fallout from that day defined how the school year proceeded, with heated council debates, media stunts, lawsuits, explosions, and a contentious student election. This was captured in the film Discordia (2004), and while the fight had no influence over the conflict in the middle east, it was a major moment in the lives of those involved, so we tracked them down. Henry Kissinger once said "the reason that university politics is so vicious is because the stakes are so small." Was he right? We investigate what university politics means, and how it has evolved in the two decades since Discordia. SUPPORT THE SHOW You can support the show for free by following or subscribing on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or whichever app you use. This is the best way to help us out and it costs nothing so we'd really appreciate you clicking that button. If you want to do a little more we would love it if you chip in. You can find us on patreon.com/dartsandletters. Patrons get content early, and occasionally there's bonus material on there too. ABOUT THE SHOW For a full list of credits, contact information, and more, visit our about page. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/critical-theory

New Books in Israel Studies
Discordia Revisited: The Concordia Netanyahu Riot of 2002

New Books in Israel Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 77:45


20 years ago at Concordia University in Montreal pro-Palestinian protestors clashed with police over whether Benjamin Netanyahu should be allowed to speak on campus. Windows were smashed, arrests were made, the talk was cancelled. The fallout from that day defined how the school year proceeded, with heated council debates, media stunts, lawsuits, explosions, and a contentious student election. This was captured in the film Discordia (2004), and while the fight had no influence over the conflict in the middle east, it was a major moment in the lives of those involved, so we tracked them down. Henry Kissinger once said "the reason that university politics is so vicious is because the stakes are so small." Was he right? We investigate what university politics means, and how it has evolved in the two decades since Discordia. SUPPORT THE SHOW You can support the show for free by following or subscribing on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or whichever app you use. This is the best way to help us out and it costs nothing so we'd really appreciate you clicking that button. If you want to do a little more we would love it if you chip in. You can find us on patreon.com/dartsandletters. Patrons get content early, and occasionally there's bonus material on there too. ABOUT THE SHOW For a full list of credits, contact information, and more, visit our about page. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/israel-studies

New Books in History
Discordia Revisited: The Concordia Netanyahu Riot of 2002

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 77:45


20 years ago at Concordia University in Montreal pro-Palestinian protestors clashed with police over whether Benjamin Netanyahu should be allowed to speak on campus. Windows were smashed, arrests were made, the talk was cancelled. The fallout from that day defined how the school year proceeded, with heated council debates, media stunts, lawsuits, explosions, and a contentious student election. This was captured in the film Discordia (2004), and while the fight had no influence over the conflict in the middle east, it was a major moment in the lives of those involved, so we tracked them down. Henry Kissinger once said "the reason that university politics is so vicious is because the stakes are so small." Was he right? We investigate what university politics means, and how it has evolved in the two decades since Discordia. SUPPORT THE SHOW You can support the show for free by following or subscribing on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or whichever app you use. This is the best way to help us out and it costs nothing so we'd really appreciate you clicking that button. If you want to do a little more we would love it if you chip in. You can find us on patreon.com/dartsandletters. Patrons get content early, and occasionally there's bonus material on there too. ABOUT THE SHOW For a full list of credits, contact information, and more, visit our about page. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
Discordia Revisited: The Concordia Netanyahu Riot of 2002

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 77:45


20 years ago at Concordia University in Montreal pro-Palestinian protestors clashed with police over whether Benjamin Netanyahu should be allowed to speak on campus. Windows were smashed, arrests were made, the talk was cancelled. The fallout from that day defined how the school year proceeded, with heated council debates, media stunts, lawsuits, explosions, and a contentious student election. This was captured in the film Discordia (2004), and while the fight had no influence over the conflict in the middle east, it was a major moment in the lives of those involved, so we tracked them down. Henry Kissinger once said "the reason that university politics is so vicious is because the stakes are so small." Was he right? We investigate what university politics means, and how it has evolved in the two decades since Discordia. SUPPORT THE SHOW You can support the show for free by following or subscribing on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or whichever app you use. This is the best way to help us out and it costs nothing so we'd really appreciate you clicking that button. If you want to do a little more we would love it if you chip in. You can find us on patreon.com/dartsandletters. Patrons get content early, and occasionally there's bonus material on there too. ABOUT THE SHOW For a full list of credits, contact information, and more, visit our about page. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Peter Anthony Holder's
#0702: Christopher Pellegrini; Rick Antonson; & Marc Hartzman

Peter Anthony Holder's "Stuph File"

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2023 58:53


The Stuph File Program Featuring spirit maker, Christopher Pellegrini, author of The Shocku Handbook; Rick Antonson, author of Train Beyond The Mountains: Journeys On The Rocky Mountaineer; & Marc Hartzman, author of Chasing Ghosts: A Tour of Our Fascination with Spirits and the Supernatural Download Christopher Pellegrini is a spirit maker who has been a contributor to the award-winning Oxford Companion to Spirts & Cocktails and is the author of The Shochu Handbook.  He actually started making alcohol as a high schooler. Rick Antonson is excellent at writing travel memoirs.  His latest is about a very special train in Western Canada.  The book is called Train Beyond The Mountains: Journeys On The Rocky Mountaineer. Marc Hartzman, from WeirdHistorian.com and the author of Chasing Ghosts: A Tour of Our Fascination with Spirits and the Supernatural is back, with the weird story for January. This one deals with the story of an unfriendly ghost at the turn of the 20th Century in New Jersey. Now you can listen to selected items from The Stuph File Program on the new audio service, Audea. A great way to keep up with many of the interviews from the show and take a trip down memory lane to when this show began back in 2009, with over 700 selections to choose from! This week's guest slate is presented by Robert Soroka, who is a professor at the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University.

Science & Spirituality
170 | How To Have Faith In The Face of Adversity with David Cooks

Science & Spirituality

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 63:12


As humans being having this human body experience means we will face adversity and hardships. Any adversity is really an opportunity but how do you have faith in the face of that adversity? In today's episode we have the special honor of having David Cooks, a T-6 paraplegic, is a Speaker, a Podcast Host, a Certified Business Coach and an award -winning Author of the book “Getting Undressed – From Paralysis to Purpose”, to dive in deep on how to do this. Listen along so you can learn: The importance of having faith The importance of of counting your wins The importance of gratitude And so much more! If you just do what's in front of you and take advantage of the opportunity in front of you, before you start reaching for something else. You never know whose watching how you've been handling what you've been given. If no one else sees it, God will always see it. If you would love to learn more about David or connect with him, you will find him on the following platforms: Website: Davidcooksspeaks.com Twitter: @dcespeaks Instagram: @dcespeaks Podcast: Paralysis to Purpose - https://paralysis2purpose.com Happy listening :) Bio: David Cooks, a T-6 paraplegic, is a Speaker, a Podcast Host, a Certified Business Coach and an award -winning Author of the book “Getting Undressed – From Paralysis to Purpose”. In his book, David encourages the reader to keep moving forward regardless of life's challenges and to put Purpose into action by helping others. David suffered a spinal aneurysm at the age of 15. David earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and an MBA in Finance from Duke University After leaving the corporate world (Banking & Finance), David spent nearly 25 years in Education, including 17 years at his alma mater, Marquette University High school, teaching Economics, and serving as the Diversity Director. David's basketball coaching career is distinguished. Highlights of his coaching career include serving under Coach Mike Krzyzewski at Duke University, representing the United States in Estonia and Finland with Coaches Frank Martin and Guy Rancourt (USA East Coast Basketball), and serving as the Head Coach at Marquette University High School. Most recently, David has served as an assistant coach at Concordia University in Mequon, Wisconsin. As a Speaker, David has shared the stage with Elizabeth Smart, Jordan Montgomery, Ron White and many others, providing inspiration and insights with audiences throughout the United States. David and his wife MariPat reside in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin

Native America Calling
Monday, January 23, 2023 — Indigenous interactions with artificial intelligence

Native America Calling

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 55:43


You already interact with artificial intelligence when you ask Siri for directions or create an algorithmic path by thumbing through TikTok videos. But AI is fast becoming a place for individual—and corporate—creativity and technology. That brings up a lot of questions about copyright protections for Native creatives and worries about appropriation. Today on Native America Calling, we look at how it all works with Michael Running Wolf (Lakota and Cheyenne), a Ph.D student studying computer science and a language advocate using AI; Amelia Winger-Bearskin (Seneca-Cayuga Nation of Oklahoma), artist, technologist, and the Banks endowed chair and associate professor of artificial intelligence and the arts at the Digital Worlds Institute at the University of Florida; Dr. Jason Edward Lewis (Hawaiian, Samoan), university research chair in Computational Media and the Indigenous Future Imaginary at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada; and Suzanne Kite (Oglala Lakota), artist and organizer of the group Indigenous AI.

Native America Calling - The Electronic Talking Circle
Monday, January 23, 2023 — Indigenous interactions with artificial intelligence

Native America Calling - The Electronic Talking Circle

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 55:43


You already interact with artificial intelligence when you ask Siri for directions or create an algorithmic path by thumbing through TikTok videos. But AI is fast becoming a place for individual—and corporate—creativity and technology. That brings up a lot of questions about copyright protections for Native creatives and worries about appropriation. Today on Native America Calling, we look at how it all works with Michael Running Wolf (Lakota and Cheyenne), a Ph.D student studying computer science and a language advocate using AI; Amelia Winger-Bearskin (Seneca-Cayuga Nation of Oklahoma), artist, technologist, and the Banks endowed chair and associate professor of artificial intelligence and the arts at the Digital Worlds Institute at the University of Florida; Dr. Jason Edward Lewis (Hawaiian, Samoan), university research chair in Computational Media and the Indigenous Future Imaginary at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada; and Suzanne Kite (Oglala Lakota), artist and organizer of the group Indigenous AI.

The Reflective Doc Podcast
Introspective Spaces: Reimagining Wellness in Health Care

The Reflective Doc Podcast

Play Episode Play 47 sec Highlight Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 42:50


Supporting each other through the stress of caring for patients during the Covid pandemic, these two friends decided to broaden their reach beyond the hospital. Their mission? Connecting with women throughout the country who are seeking a safe and connected space for expression and exploration.  **Please note there is brief discussion of patient loss in this episode Join Jennifer Reid, MD as she interviews Laura Holford, RN, MSN and Anu Gorukanti, MD,  the creators of Introspective Spaces, a reflective community for women in health care.   We discuss:*Laura's and Anu's personal and painful journeys to find their vocations*The cost of disconnection and lack of trust in health care*The work and writing of Parker Palmer, author of "Let Your Life Speak." *Why they believe we need more contemplation, community, and creativity in medicine. Laura Holford RN, MSN is an oncology certified nurse, nursing educator, and patient advocate committed to working to reduce nursing burnout and moral distress, and the reassembly of responsibility and accountability in healthcare.  She currently teaches Ethics & Spirituality at Concordia University and works as a community health nurse.Dr. Anu Gorukanti is a public health advocate and pediatric hospitalist who completed her undergraduate and medical school education at Saint Louis University, followed by a pediatric residency at Stanford. She is passionate about health equity, social justice and the role that reflection and contemplation play as building blocks for revolution. ______________________Seeking a mental health provider? Try Psychology TodayNational Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255SAMHSA's National Helpline - 1-800-662-HELP (4357)Dial 988 for Mental Health EmergencyThank you to Brendan Callahan for the original music featured on the podcast.Disclaimer:The information and other content provided on this podcast or in any linked materials, are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice, nor is the information a substitute for professional medical expertise or treatment. All content, including text, graphics, images and information, contained on or available through this website is for general information purposes only.If you or any other person has a medical concern, you should consult with your health care provider or seek other professional medical treatment. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something that have read on this website, blog or in any linked materials. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or emergency services (911) immediately. You can also access the National Suicide Help Line at 1-800-273-8255The Reflective DocWebsite - Instagram - Facebook - Linked In - Twitter - Think Like a Shrink Blog on Psychology Today

Nothing Personal with David Samson
Sports and egos: Cardinals GM won't tolerate them, Aaron Rodgers shows his to Packers; which is right? Joe Burrow extension talk; Boras doing Correa damage control (Episode 735)

Nothing Personal with David Samson

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 49:33


Today's word of the day is 'ego' as in lego my ego as in new Arizona Cardinals GM Monti Ossenfort said ego would not be tolerated in his organization. Why? That's far from what should happen. Tom Brady? LeBron James? Michael Jordan? Did they have ego? Were they winners? What about Rafa Nadal? What about Aaron Rodgers? What about Serena Williams? Ego? (15:50) What is happening with Joe Burrow and a new deal? He still has a 4th year and possible 5th year team option. He's going to get a big deal. Guaranteed. But why is the team president talking about it now? (27:20) Review: Inside Man. (29:20) So You Wanna Talk to Samson!? Someone asked me about the Reds ownership group saying that the amount of teams out of playoff contention in MLB has widened. Is this true? Is this good for baseball? (37:10) Scott Boras is in full damage control. He continues to talk about Carlos Correa and his medicals. Here's why this is so important. (41:40) NPPOD. (42:40) Concordia University sees four members of athletic training staff quit after school brings head basketball coach back from suspension for running team into the hospital. What? We made it to Wednesday! Let's go! I just finished Mr. Robot last night and then started The Last of Us. Weekly releases are so depressing, BUT so is binge mode and then not having anything else to watch! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Coaching Podcast
#125: Iosua Malaki - “Who you are is how you lead.”

The Coaching Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 29:05


This episode is with young game changer, coach Iosua Malaki, the Future Champs Manager at JTCC in College Park, Maryland. He is honest, authentic, and very vulnerable as he openly shares his vision, purpose and superpowers moving into 2023. Emma Doyle feels honoured to mentor such a wonderful human and passionate coach. This is a very practical episode inviting you to reflect on your coaching future moving into this new year. Some of the highlights include the following; Worst coaching moment: Stay true to who you are 2:18 Best coaching moment: Connect a player's personality with how they want to play (your court is your performance court) 5:04 Sliding Doors: Stepping into a leadership role 7:22 What makes a Great Coach? (Joy, empathy, connection) 9:12 How did you rise from moments of failure? 11:31 The G.R.O.W model - brings clarity and accountability 12:25 Goal Reality Options Way Forward If 'was' the richest year of your life what word would you choose to govern your thoughts, feelings, actions, and behaviors? 15:44 My superpowers are: 1. 2. 3. And that is who I am! Reach out to 5 of your cheerleaders from different areas of your life and ask them to comment on your strengths 19.58 How to get to your purpose statement 22.33 Purpose Statement questions: 24.03 Passion - who are you being? Professionally - what's most important? Care deeply - what would you like to give them? Legacy - how do you want people to feel when they leave your presence? Iosua's Purpose Statement: 26.58 "I lead with empathy and courage to inspire people to embrace their authentic selves and step into their greatness as braver bolder leaders." Emma's Purpose Statement: 27.34 "I harness energy and empower people to take authentic action so they can see real possibilities beyond what they could have ever imagined, unleashing human potential." LIFE-WORK balance 20.14 The Coaching Podcast is sponsored by Transition Coach 4 Athletes - a US college placement and mentoring service run by Tina Samara.Visit: www.transitioncoach4athlets.com or email: tina@transitioncoach4athletes.com Learn More about Iosua Malaki, PTR and WTCA Tennis Professional Quote: “Who you are is how you lead.” Iosua Malaki brings young, positive energy unlike any other! He grew up playing tennis in a small town in Texas, where he spent all of his junior career self-taught until he was eighteen and able to work to afford his first official tennis lesson. His passion for the sport led him to compete in college tennis while attending Southwestern University and Concordia University. In his short career as a tennis professional, he has been a Director of Operations, Director of 10U Player Development, Director of High Performance, Fitness Trainer, and a Director of Tennis. Through his certifications with the PTR, WTCA, ITF, iTPA and USTA he is able to support his players in taking their games to the next level. He has coached several junior players to NCAA D2 scholarship and top NCAA D3 school, and many adult players to higher NTRP's. He is a proud member of PTR, WTCAand USTA. He leads with a whole heart and a passion for growing the sport.

Montreal Now with Aaron Rand & Natasha Hall
Are students justified in denouncing Concordia's use of a font? Montrealers weigh in.

Montreal Now with Aaron Rand & Natasha Hall

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 8:07


Students are denouncing Concordia University's choice to use Gill Sans as its font after it was revealed that the font's creator had a questionable past. Should the university change its font because of that? Montrealers weighed in on CJAD 800's Montreal Now with Aaron Rand and Natasha Hall.

DOSED with Abby Martin
#25 - Narcy

DOSED with Abby Martin

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 100:59


Iraqi-Canadian rapper, creative talent & professor of acclaimed hip hop studies courses at Concordia University, Yassin “Narcy” Alsalman joins DOSED. Follow him on Twitter https://twitter.com/thenarcicyst and IG https://instagram.com/narcynarce ALL MUSIC BY NARCY https://open.spotify.com/artist/0dkcQCK8GjDBCGrjlUJhlg?si=rWdMzFK4TkKTXPMBBRfyzA Buy his book TEXT MESSAGES at https://www.haymarketbooks.org/books/1474-text-messages Download the Callin app for iOS and Android to listen to this podcast live, call in, and more! Also available at callin.com

Tell Me Your Story Coach
EP 103 - Elyse Schlump, Head WBB Coach, Concordia University

Tell Me Your Story Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 29:35


Coach Elyse Schlump,Today we are talking to Coach Elyse Schlump. Coach Elyse is currently the Head Coach at Concordia University. This season marks Coach Elyse's first season as the Head Coach. She was hired as the Head Coach on July 1st. And, if you follow the WHAC, Coach has her team right in the mix in a highly challenging NAIA Women's Basketball Conference. Coach Schlump played for and graduated from Concordia. As a player, she was a key team member who made a first-ever NAIA D2 National Tournament Appearance in 2011. So, Concordia is indeed home to her! Coach Elyse returns to Concordia after four seasons as the Director of Basketball Operations at Marist College. And, before her position at Marist, Coach Schlump was the Associate Head Coach at Skidmore College for five seasons. In this conversation, you will hear Coach Elyse discuss the impact her Dad, Dave, made on her coaching career. It is a tremendous tribute. In addition, wait to hear coach talk about her balancing challenging her players and being their best Cheerleader too. It is an excellent perspective into what makes Coach so successful. Follow Coach Elyse Schlump @CoachSchlump Follow Tell Me Your Story Coach @CoachKevinDro

RETHINK RETAIL
How to Stay Retail Relevant in 2023 | Brian McGlynn, GM of Commerce at Coveo

RETHINK RETAIL

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 26:49


Retailers are feeling the weight of competition now more than ever. Combine that with tight margins, continued supply chain, inflation and labor challenges, and it becomes abundantly clear that brands and retailers are in a race to remain relevant. But what does relevancy actually mean to today's consumers, and does the idea of relevancy vary depending on who you ask and what they're buying? And what about where they're buying from? To dive into these questions and more, I spoke with Brian McGlynn, general manager of commerce at Coveo, who came armed with the answers I was seeking. For listeners who don't already know about Coveo, it's an AI-powered software-as-a-service search engine that recently announced the launch of its Merchandising Hub, a new product developed as a result of the company's acquisition of Qubit, a leader in AI powered merchandising. They're doing some really cool stuff in the omni space so be sure to check them out and say hello at Booth 209 if you are attending NRF 2023 - you might even get a chance to try out one of their Maple Manhattans (I know I will be). About the guest: Having spent more than 20 years in the high-tech industry, Brian McGlynn's experience spans start-ups and Fortune 100 companies, including HP and IBM. He's held roles in sales, consulting, and general management. More recently as General Manager of Intershop's North American business, Brian spearheaded the company's growth into new markets with B2C and B2B commerce offerings. In his current role at Coveo, Brian brings a solid e-commerce expertise with a focus on search, content management, and customer analytics. Brian holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the Rochester Institute of Technology and an MBA from Concordia University. Outside of work, Brian's voice can be heard on radio stations across New York State. Hosted and produced by Gabriella Bock, Head of Content & Production at RETHINK Retail. If you enjoyed this episode, show your support by leaving us a rating and review on Apple and Spotify.

A Year in Film: A Hollywood Suite Podcast
2010 — The Illusionist & A Cat in Paris: Animation Abroad (feat. Luc Chamberland)

A Year in Film: A Hollywood Suite Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 58:28


Animation expert Luc Chamberland helps Becky and Alicia draw some conclusions about 2010 films The Illusionist (directed by Sylvain Chomet) and A Cat in Paris (directed by Alain Gagnol and Jean-Loup Felicioli). A multi-award-winning filmmaker, Luc Chamberland was born in St. Lambert, Montreal, and was raised on an intense diet of films, television and comic books. He studied Cinema at Concordia University. He has lived and worked, directing commercials, in Paris, London, Berlin, Munich, Budapest, and Rome. His animation credits include Asterix, Fievel Goes West, We're Back, and Space Jam and he was the director of animation for the Dreamworks film Joseph: King of Dreams. Thanks to Seth's confidence, he directed the award-winning feature Seth's Dominion. Meanwhile, he completed a Master's in film at Raindance-Staffordshire University, UK. Now, back in lovely Montreal, this bon vivant filmmaker concocts many films projects, while living with his exquisite partner, Chantal, and their daughter, Lilith. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

OnePlace.com via myPod
Dr. Sanja Stinson - "Choose Faith, not FEAR"

OnePlace.com via myPod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 21:57


Dorothy P. Wilson Dr. Sanja Stinson - "Choose Faith, not FEAR" Dr. Sanja Stinson - "Choose Faith, not FEAR" Dr. Sanja Rickette Stinson believes that at the heart of philanthropy lies resolute leadership encompassing vessels fastened to an unyielding mandate to serve others. One of Dr. Stinson's many accomplishments is becoming the founding CEO of Matthew House Inc, a daytime supportive service center that has for more than thirty years provided services to needy men, women, and families experiencing homelessness and includes seventy-three permanent supportive housing units. Dr. Stinson says, Homelessness is an experience that people go through, not a label that defines who they are. Raised on Chicago’s west side by Gus and Mary Rickette, the proud founders of Uncle Remus Saucy Chicken, Dr. Stinson grew up with a profound respect for business and humanity. These ethics translated into a strong advocacy for the merger of marketplace and ministry, values she reveres as priceless, implementing their efficiency in her daily life. Following her parents' legacy, she is the founder of Dr. Sanja Coaching Consulting, designed to assist both profit and nonprofit businesses. In addition, she is an ordained minister serving as the apostolic covering for various ministries and churches. Dr. Stinson has been the founding pastor of Victory Grace Christian Church for seventeen years and now serves as the apostolic covering for True Love Christian Church-Chicago and two churches in Ghana, West Africa. She has authored two books, Hidden Impact, a collaborative project with Women on the Frontline, released in 2018, and Vision Unleashed ~ Legacy Ignited, released in March 2020. Dr. Stinson has authored five books, including four bestsellers: Trailblazers 2, Possibilities Unlimited with Les Brown and Dr. Cheryl Wood, and her recent new release in March 2021, titled Disrupting the Status Quo, where she is the visionary author. She earned her bachelor's degree from DePaul University, a master of divinity from McCormick Theological Seminary, a master of education from Concordia University, and a doctorate of ministry from Northern Theological Seminary. Dr. Stinson shows no signs of stopping. When she is not out urging the world to live out their life's vision, she is an asset to her communal body and a loving member of her family and friendship circles. Dr. Stinson may be contacted via email at sanja@drsanja.com. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1549/29 https://www.listennotes.com/e/3e4cf5411509475c8d748f6243be1674/

Law of Code
#76 - Why digital assets are not securities, with Lewis Cohen and the DLx Law team

Law of Code

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 60:57


Securities regulators in the United States have repeatedly asserted that most fungible blockchain-based crypto assets are clearly securities under current law. This assertion is incorrect. An exhaustive review of the relevant appellate case law and the related legal scholarship demonstrates that this position is inconsistent with the Supreme Court's definition of the term “investment contract” as developed by federal appellate courts for nearly a century. This is a panel discussion on the paper by the DLx Law (@DLxLawLLP) team, "The Ineluctable Modality of Securities Law: Why Fungible Crypto Assets are Not Securities.” It is a two-part series, where both Eric Hess (@hess_legal) and I (@JacobRobinsonJD) interview members of the DLx team. You can find part 2 on Eric's podcast, the Encrypted Economy, here. Guests Lewis Cohen (@NYcryptolawyer) is a co-founder of DLx Law, where his practice is focused on the use of blockchain and tokenization across capital markets. Lewis is also recognized by Chambers Global as one of only five lawyers in “Band 1” for Legal: Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies. Gregory Strong is an attorney at DLx Law, where he focuses on advising entities regarding legal issues associated with the adoption of blockchain technology. Prior to joining DLx Law, Greg was a Deputy Attorney General in the Delaware Department of Justice. He served as the Director of the Investor Protection Unit for three years and was responsible for administering and enforcing the provisions of the Delaware Securities Act. Sarah Chen (@sarahcwy143) is an attorney at DLx Law, where, along with her colleagues, she focuses on matters related to the use of blockchain technology, including general corporate, venture financing, securities laws and financial regulations. Prior to joining DLx Law, Sarah was a senior associate at a top M&A practice in New York. Sarah received her B.A. from New York University, and her J.D. from Columbia Law School. Freeman Lewin (@Freeman_Lewin) is an attorney at DLx Law, where, along with his colleagues, he focuses on securities and financial regulatory matters related to blockchain and cryptocurrency projects and institutional investors. Freeman received his B.A. in Religion from Concordia University in Montreal and his J.D. from Yeshiva University Cardozo School of Law where he was part of the Cardozo Blockchain Project. Notes If you enjoyed this episode, please consider leaving a review. You can subscribe to our newsletter to stay updated on the latest episodes. Around the Blockchain's weekly newsletter is my go-to source to stay updated on crypto law - you can find this incredible resource here. Disclaimer: Jacob Robinson and his guests are not your lawyer. Nothing herein or mentioned on the Law of Code podcast should be construed as legal advice. The material published is intended for informational, educational, and entertainment purposes only. Please seek the advice of counsel, and do not apply any of the generalized material to your individual facts or circumstances without speaking to an attorney.

Mornings with Simi
Full Show: Threat of a recession, New travel rues for COVID & Foreign Buyer ban goes into effect

Mornings with Simi

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 52:56


00:00 - There is a threat of a recession in 2023, so how can Canadians prepare themselves for such an event? Guest: George Georgopoulos, Associate Professor, Department of Economics at York University 09:19 - Are you living up to your New Year resolutions? Or have you already given up on them? Guest: Raji Sohal, CKNW Contributor 14:18 - How did the public behave themselves as thousands of people partied in Downtown Vancouver for New Year celebrations. Guest: Sgt. Steve Addison, Vancouver Police Media Relations Officer 20:50 - The new travel rules that require a negative COVID test from people travelling from China, won't stop the spread of new variants, some experts say. Guest: Kerry Bowman, Professor in bioethics and global health at the University of Toronto 29:41 - Last week we skirted the risk of catastrophic flooding from the King Tide but there was still a degree of fallout that many folks aren't aware of. Guest: Alison Wood, Ocean Ambassador 39:27 - Will the new Foreign Buyer ban in Canada really help clean up the housing market? Guest: Moshe Lander, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Economics at Concordia University

The Embodiment Podcast
457. The Lurve Coach - With Shaun Galanos and Mark Walsh

The Embodiment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 58:37


Love coach Shaun talks to me about internet dating, “chemistry”, Burning Man, being “not enough”, rejection, how crazy is too crazy, sleep, relaxed optimisation, hard life, courage vs confidence and more. A fun chatty one. @thelovedrive : instagram/twitter/youtube www.shaungalanos.com Shaun Galanos is a love coach, host of The Love Drive podcast, and an online course creator. He teaches intimacy and communication tools for better relationships and more love. He holds certifications in Personal and Professional Coaching from Concordia University, Rape Crisis Counseling from BAWAR in Oakland, CA, and a Bachelor's Degree in Interpersonal Communication from UC Santa Barbara. When he's not teaching courses on intimacy and communication or recording his podcast, he's continuing to learn about love, working on this relationship with his partner, and building community in Montreal. Relevant Links Instagram | TikTok | Facebook Twitter | YouTube |Website |Podcast Other episodes you may enjoy : https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-embodiment-podcast/id1284562064?i=1000559565095 https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-embodiment-podcast/id1284562064?i=1000566620614 https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-embodiment-podcast/id1284562064?i=1000571451612      

Unconventional Ministry
3 Important Realities in Global Christian Media - Dr. Craig D. Forrest

Unconventional Ministry

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 22:32


In the episode, hear from Dr. Craig Forrest, an award-winning filmmaker who has traveled to 151 countries and six continents. He shares his perspective on Christian media from around the world. He discusses: Why Christian media opportunities are incredible Why more and more ministries are turning to media How streaming is changing everything How the lack of vision and funding is limiting impact Passionate about inspiring a young generation to harness the power of media production to further the Gospel, Craig has become a frequent speaker at TV and media conferences throughout Europe, Africa, Asia, Latin America; and most recently, he has served as an adjunct professor of media production at Pepperdine University, Regent University, and Concordia University. https://www.craigforrest.com/  https://www.matchstickmedia.org/

The Concordia Publishing House Podcast
Reading Isaiah | Rev. Dr. R. Reed Lessing

The Concordia Publishing House Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 45:40


Reading Isaiah | Rev. Dr. R. Reed Lessing Rev. Dr. R. Reed Lessing joins host Elizabeth Pittman in this episode of The Concordia Publishing House Podcast to discuss the ins and outs of reading the book of Isaiah. Take a deep dive into Isaiah and learn about the influence it has on the Gospel story by tuning in. Reed has written two Concordia Commentaries on the book of Isaiah, including the volume on Isaiah 40 -55 and Isaiah 56- 66. Show Notes: Prophet. Husband. Jerusalem native. Martyr. In this episode, author Reed Lessing and host Elizabeth Pittman discuss who Isaiah was as a figure in the Bible. They also investigate the hows and whys of the writing in Isaiah and the lasting impact it takes on the rest of the Bible, especially within the content of the New Testament.  Plus, the duo examines specific verses that will be used over the next several weeks in the Lutheran church's lectionaries. Reed's Bio: www.cph.org/m-137-r-reed-lessing.aspx          Reed's Facebook: www.facebook.com/lessingr    Reed's Instagram: @lessingr                                                       Questions Covered·        Who was Isaiah?  ·        Was Isaiah's ministry “successful”? ·        Why is there a big change of focus in Isaiah 40-66 (compared to Isaiah 1-39)? ·        Who is “the Servant of Yahweh”? Is the “Servant” Israel, or Jesus Christ, or both? ·        What are the distinctive prophecies about the “Servant”/Jesus Christ in these chapters: Isaiah 42, Isaiah 49, Isaiah 50, Isaiah 53, and Isaiah 61? ·        Does Isaiah say that salvation is only for Israel, or also for Gentiles? ·        Does Isaiah prophesy about the church? ·        What does Isaiah say about eternity? About the GuestRev. Dr. R. Reed Lessing serves as Professor of Theology and Ministry at Concordia University, St. Paul, Minnesota. Previously he was Senior Pastor at Saint Michael Lutheran Church, Fort Wayne, Indiana, and before that, Professor of Exegetical Theology and Director of the Graduate School at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri. He was born and raised in Denver, Colorado, and received the B.A. in pre-seminary studies from St. John's College, Winfield, Kansas, in 1981. He earned his M.Div. (1985), S.T.M. (1989), and Ph.D. (2001) degrees from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri. He was ordained into the office of the holy ministry on June 29, 1986. From 1986 to 1999, he served pastorates in West Monroe, Louisiana, and Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

Mormon Sex Info
Healing Sols Podcast | Ep 1 with Dr. Jim Pfaus

Mormon Sex Info

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 58:55


This episode was originally recorded for the Healing Sols Podcast and is being refurbished here for your enjoyment. Waldinger's Contributions to Sex Therapy. Fascinating discussion with Dr. Jim Pfaus, researcher, neurobiologist, and sexologist currently based at Concordia University about the work of late psychiatrist, Dr. Marcel Waldinger and his significant contributions to the field of sex therapy. We better understand and conceptualize conditions such as Persistent Genital Disorder, Rapid or Premature Ejaculation, and Delayed Ejaculation/Orgasm as well as effects of SSRI's on sexual response due to his work. You will get a great anatomical lesson on how our bodies respond to sexual stimuli as well as a clearer understanding of how arousal and desire show up in human bodies and the many things that affect them.

Heads Up! Community Mental Health Podcast
‘MIND'ING NATURE: Cultivating Childhood Wellness Outdoors

Heads Up! Community Mental Health Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 69:12


SUMMARY People have become less connected to nature, particularly with increasing urbanization. However, many studies are now clearly demonstrating that nature connectedness is crucial to our physical and mental health, and to the future of our communities' social, cultural, environmental, and economic well-being. Audrey Hystad, farm manager for the Clubhouse Farm in Kelowna, BC and Dr. Holli-Anne Passmore, assistant professor of Psychology at Concordia University of Edmonton, discuss the increasing need for people, and more specifically children, to be outdoors, learn about food and agriculture, and contribute to more resilient communities. They also talk about biophilia, our innate attraction to nature, and eco-anxiety, particularly as it relates to the ongoing degradation of our natural environment. TAKEAWAYS This podcast shows that: Educating children about food and agriculture contributes to resilient communities Outdoor play is essential for the health and well-being of children Studies demonstrate the importance of nature connectedness Connecting with nature is just as important as social connections We all have an innate attraction to nature The physical and mental health of people improve with daily connection to nature Eco-concern and eco-anxiety can lead to increased pro-environmental behaviour SPONSOR   GUESTS  Audrey Hystad, MSc Audrey Hystad holds a Master of Science degree in Sustainable Enterprise from Stockholm University, in association with Stockholm Resilience Center and Stockholm Environment Institute. From the lens of Resilience and Complex Systems Theory, her focus is to take the latest in research and effectively put it to use in practical applications. Her work with land-based learning, policy and procedure development, wildlife safety practice, and identification and use of wild foods, has contributed to fill gaps between our modern societies and the ecosystems services that we rely on to survive. Audrey has worked with toddler to teen programs for over a decade in Sweden and Canada. Her interdisciplinary science education and intent to contribute to a more resilient future for our communities, have led to her work with The Clubhouse Farm project. The Clubhouse Farm is a forest-and-farm-based outdoor classroom that brings children to play, relax, and explore in the natural world while learning about where food comes from. The basics of horticulture, hydrology, architecture, engineering, ethics, interpersonal skills development, and more are lessons that are stealthily disguised as inquiry-based play at a developmentally appropriate level for children of all abilities. Since its 2012 grassroots start, it has successfully benefited thousands of children that have visited, while supporting local food production, acquisition of ecological knowledge, and support of habitat for biodiversity – offering great hope for future design of integrated community spaces that meet the needs of all its stakeholders. Email: audrey.hystad@gmail.com Holli-Anne Passmore, PhD Dr. Holli-Anne Passmore is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Concordia University of Edmonton (CUE). She is also Director of the multi-university Nature-Meaning in Life (NMIL) Research Lab, an editor of the International Journal of Wellbeing, Science Chair of the Spirituality and Meaning Division of the International Positive Psychology Association, and an invited academic with the Global Wellbeing Initiative (a partnership between the Gallup World Poll and the Wellbeing for Planet Earth Foundation). Holli-Anne collaborates with researchers around the globe on several well-being-based research endeavours, the primary focus of which is the development and validation of practical interventions to enhance well-being, through noticing and engaging with everyday nature close to home. Additionally, she studies the emerging issue of eco-anxiety. Email: Holli-Anne.Passmore@concordia.ab.ca Website: https://nature-mill.org HOST Jo de Vries is a community education and engagement specialist with more than 30 years of experience helping local governments in British Columbia connect with their citizens about important sustainability issues. In 2006, she established the Fresh Outlook Foundation (FOF) to “inspire community conversations for sustainable change.” FOF's highly acclaimed events include Building SustainABLE Communities conferences, Reel Change SustainAbility Film Fest, Eco-Blast Kids' Camps, CommUnity Innovation Lab, Breakfast of Champions, and Women 4 SustainAbility. FOF's newest ventures are the HEADS UP! Community Mental Health Summit and HEADS UP! Community Mental Health Podcast. Website: Fresh Outlook Foundation Phone: 250-300-8797   PLAY IT FORWARD The move toward optimal mental health becomes possible as more people learn about the challenges, successes, and opportunities. To that end, please share this podcast with anyone who has an interest or stake in the future of mental health and wellness. FOLLOW US For more information about the Fresh Outlook Foundation (FOF) and our programs and events, visit our website, sign up for our newsletter, and like us on Facebook and Twitter.   HELP US As a charity, FOF relies on support from grants, sponsors, and donors to continue its valuable work. If you benefited from the podcast, please help fund future episodes by making a one-time or monthly donation. Audrey Hystad, Dr. Holli-Anne Passmore Interview Transcript To come...

American Reformation
Man Turned in on Himself - With Heather Choate Davis

American Reformation

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 57:46


About HeatherHeather Choate Davis is an L.A.-based author, speaker, theologian, liturgist, songwriter, and spiritual director. She has her MA in Theology from Concordia University, Irvine. Find out more at heatherchoatedavis.com.American Reformation Season 2 Episode 17

Thoughts on Record: Podcast of the Ottawa Institute of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Dr. Melisa Robichaud: A Masterclass in Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

Thoughts on Record: Podcast of the Ottawa Institute of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 80:45


Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) can at times be difficult to differentiate from the anxious distress that can accompany depression, health anxiety, some presentations of OCD and even social anxiety.  As well GAD, is often treated as a “catch-all” diagnosis that is applied to any client expressing distress. One of Canada's leading voices in the understanding and treatment of GAD, Dr. Melisa Robichaud joins us for an extensive discussion of GAD with respect to: Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) from a diagnostic lensuncertainty as being a key challenge within the context of GADthe developmental experiences & biological factors that might predispose someone towards developing GADwhether anxiety disorders in childhood reliably predict GAD in adulthoodthe evolution of GAD over the developmental lifespan and whether GAD gets worse with ageuseful features of GAD to be aware of that do not necessarily fall within the diagnostic framework but that would nonetheless be useful for clinicians to keep in minddifferentiating between GAD and the “anxious distress” that can so frequently accompany an episode of major depression applicability of ACT and other 3rd wave CBT therapies to GADthe vital importance of psychoeducation and pacing of therapy in the treatment of GADthe role of medication in the treatment of GADComments or feedback?  Email the show: oicbtpodcast@gmail.comDr. Melisa Robichaud received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology at Concordia University in Montreal. She is currently an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Psychology at the University of British Columbia (UBC), a clinical instructor in the UBC Department of Psychiatry, and a clinical associate in the Department of Psychology at Simon Fraser University (SFU). She is also certified as an expert in cognitive-behavioural therapy by the Canadian Association of Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies (CACBT).  Dr. Robichaud worked in the former Anxiety Disorders Clinic of UBC Hospital, where she provided assessment and treatment to anxiety disorder patients. She also trained and supervised psychiatry and psychology residents in how to assess, diagnose, and treat anxiety disorders.  Dr. Robichaud has been actively involved in non-profit organizations dedicated to the dissemination of best practice treatment for individuals struggling with anxiety disorders. She is a former President of CACBT (2016-2019), and is on the CACBT Certification Task Force. She also served on the Board of Directors of Anxiety Canada (formerly AnxietyBC) from 2006 to 2010, was the Director of Programs (2007-2010), and is currently on the Anxiety Canada Scientific Advisory Board. Dr. Robichaud's area of specialization is cognitive-behaviour therapy (CBT) for anxiety disorders. She has established expertise in treating generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), health anxiety (also called illness anxiety or hypochondriasis), panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, body-focused repetitive behaviours (e.g., hair pulling, skin picking), and post-traumatic stress disorder. Dr. Robichaud's particular area of expertise is CBT for GAD. She ran the GAD treatment program at the former Anxiety Disorders Clinic of UBC Hospital, and has provided workshops to professionals internationally on how to recognize and treat GAD. She has published numerous scientific articles and book chapters on the subject, as well as co-authoring several books on the treatment of GAD, including “Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment for Generalized Anxiety Disorder: From Science to Practice” (2ndedition), "The Generalized Anxiety Disorder Workbook: A Comprehensive CBT Guide for Coping with Uncertainty, Worry, and Fear", and “The Worry Workbook: CBT Skills to Overcome Worry and Anxiety by Facing the Fear of Uncertainty”.

WisPolitics Midday
Brandtjen throws hat into 8th Senate District ring after Darling retires

WisPolitics Midday

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 3:44


This week's Midday podcast covers Rep. Janel Brandtjen's recently announced bid to replace Sen. Alberta Darling, R-River Hills, representing many of Milwaukee's northern suburbs. There aren't any Dems in the race, but GOP Rep. Dan Knodl, R-Germantown, Theinsville Village President Van Mobley and Concordia University senior Robert Albrightson of Brown Deer are also running for the spot.

The Milwaukee Sports Performance Podcast
Level Up Your Basketball Performance with Keith Kahlfeldt

The Milwaukee Sports Performance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 44:54


Today we are joined by Keith Kahlfeldt, a basketball performance coach at the Prolane in Waukesha, WI. Keith focuses on tailoring performance training in the weight room to improve performance on the basketball court. Keith is local to the Milwaukee area, having played basketball at New Berlin Eisenhower and then continuing on to play at Concordia University. He uses his knowledge and experience as a basketball player to help guide his programs to help other local high school, college and professional basketball players stay healthy and perform at a high level. Specifically, Keith and I discuss: How he evaluates a new athletes' movements in the gym & on the court Differences in movement abilities based on a players' position Why the foot and ankle are so important to train in basketball players Common mistakes high school basketball players make with performance training How to integrate performance training in a very busy basketball schedule …and much more! Keith has a great philosophy towards training athletes and I really enjoyed the conversation. He is definitely approaching training athletes from a progressive view and incorporating some of the newest techniques and philosophies with his players.

Empowerography
Finding the Money Through Forensic Accounting with Tracy Coenen S01 EPS402

Empowerography

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 42:03


In the latest episode of the Empowerography Podcast, my guest is Tracy Coenen. Tracy Coenen, CPA, CFF of Sequence Inc. Forensic Accounting has spent more than 25 years investigating fraud. Her educational background includes an Honors Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Law Studies and a Master of Business Administration, both from Marquette University. Tracy is a Certified Public Accountant and holds the designations Certified in Financial Forensics and Master Analyst in Financial Forensics. She has personally completed more than 500 forensic accounting engagements in a wide variety of industries, including cases of embezzlement, financial statement fraud, investment fraud, divorce, and insurance fraud. Tracy has also been named an expert witness in numerous cases involving damage calculations, commercial contract disputes, shareholder disputes and criminal defense, and has testified more than 80 times. Tracy has been an adjunct instructor at Marquette University, adjunct professor at Concordia University, adjunct faculty member for the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), and faculty member for the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA). She is the author of three books, Expert Fraud Investigation: A Step-by-Step Guide, Essentials of Corporate Fraud, and Lifestyle Analysis in Divorce Cases: Investigating Spending and Finding Hidden Income and Assets. In this episode we discuss accounting, fraud investigation, forensic accounting, fixed fees accounting and divorce. Website - https://www.sequenceinc.com/                 https://www.fraudcoach.com/divorcemoneyguide IG - http://www.instagram.com/divorcemoneyguide FB - https://www.facebook.com/divorcemoneyguide LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/tracycoenen "In my criminology program in college my sophomore year I took a class called financial crime" - 00:03:08 "Even as far as we've come in our society with equal rights and such" - 00:18:04 "Integrity is what matters most and caring for others and helping others is what matters most" - 00:40:03 Empowerography would like to offer you a discount code to one of our exclusive partners, Quartz & Canary Jewelry & Wellness Co. Please use CODE EMPOWER15 to receive 15% off upon check out at www.quartzandcanary.com. Quartz & Canary is truly the place, where spirituality meets style.

Culture Matters
Social Justice through Economic Flourishing

Culture Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 56:14


I'm this episode we sat down with Rachel Ferguson to discuss her work as Director of the Free Enterprise Center at Concordia University. Her study and work begs the question—How do we grow community involvement and develop local business in order to restore urban communities labeled as at-risk? Rachel offers a lot of insight Christians can learn from in order to better help human flourishing in our cities.    Check out what LOVEtheLOU is doing to revitalize St. Louis   Black Liberation Through the Marketplace By Rachel Ferguson and Marcus Witcher — — For the last episode of the season, Culture Matters is recording a live and in-person Q&A with the hosts on December 8 at 7 pm, at Citizens Church in Plano, TX. This is an open invitation; no registration is required. We also encourage you to submit your own questions or topics that you would like to hear our hosts discuss!  Hope to see you all on December 8! 

The Jackson Hole Connection
Episode 218 - Transforming lives with Art with Shari Brownfield

The Jackson Hole Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 51:24


Shari Brownfield is a fine art advisor, appraiser, and owner of Shari Brownfield Fine Art. Shari was born in Montreal and grew up there and in Israel. She went on to study fine art at Concordia University and double majored in art history and studio art. Shari has worked her way through every level of the art world and now has her own project space and office inside the famed “Wort Cabin” just off the town sq in Jackson.In this episode, Shari shares her family's fascinating history and why she left life in the city to move out to Jackson over 20 years ago. Shari and Stephan also discuss changing career paths, the fine art industry, why people buy and collect art, what gives Art value, and the importance of maintaining a good reputation.Find out more about Shari and Shari Brownfield Fine Art at ShariBrownfield.com and follow them on Instagram at @ShariBrownfieldFineArtThis week's episode is supported in part by Teton County Solid Waste and Recycling reminding you to reduce, reuse, recycle, and compost. Avoid single-use products whenever possible, and remember to bring your reusable bags with you while shopping. More at RoadtoZeroWasteJH.org or at @RoadToZeroWaste.JH on InstagramSupport also comes from The Jackson Hole Marketplace. The Deli at Jackson Hole Marketplace offers ready-made soups, sandwiches, breakfast burritos, and hot lunch specials. More at JHMarketplace.comWant to be a guest on The Jackson Hole Connection? Email us at connect@thejacksonholeconnection.com. Marketing and editing support by Michael Moeri (michaelmoeri.com,@thatsamoeri)

Thought Behind Things
289 | Why Is LUMS Pakistan's Top Business & Management University? Ft. VC LUMS

Thought Behind Things

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 118:41


Be part of our community by joining our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thoughtbehindthings In tonight's conversation with our special guest, Dr. Arshad Ahmad. What was his early life & education like? How did Pakistan look like in the 70s? How was his experience studying at Concordia University? What was his first job like? How did it shape him as a human? What was his MBA like? Doing masters or finding a job? What career did he pursue later? What was his work experience at McGill University like? How does he define a good teacher? Why having a Ph.D. degree important now? Why did he study psychology & human learning? What did receiving the title of AIB's International Educator of the Year feel like? Why staying motivated is important to grow your mind? What is tenure or permanence? His life before LUMS & why did he join it? The evolution of LUMS over the past 5 years? What are the benefits of developing the education sector? LUMS NOP program? Misconceptions about LUMS? Why is there an increase in the tuition fee? What's the future of LUMS? How does he see the future of Pakistan in 2050? Catch this and much more in tonight's episode. Do not forget to subscribe and press the bell icon to catch on to some amazing conversations coming your way Connect with us: • https://www.instagram.com/thoughtbehindthings • https://www.instagram.com/muzamilhasan Arshad Ahmad's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/arshadahmad1/?originalSubdomain=ca Arshad Ahmad's Twitter: https://twitter.com/vcoflums?lang=en Arshad Ahmad's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VCLUMS?mibextid=LQQJ4d One8nine Media: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6akyz6EpkwyzBmKh0L2rSQ Support our podcast: https://anchor.fm/syed-muzamil-hasan-zaidi3/support You can also audio stream our podcast on the following platforms: • Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3z1cE7F • Google Podcast: https://bit.ly/2S84VEd • Apple Podcast: https://apple.co/3cgIkfI --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/syed-muzamil-hasan-zaidi3/support

The Divorce Survival Guide Podcast
Communication for Better Relationships and Love with Shaun Galanos

The Divorce Survival Guide Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 57:14


This week I welcome love coach Shaun Galanos to the show. Together we discuss communication tools for better relationships, modern dating, and love. Shaun is also the host of The Love Drive podcast and an online course creator.  If you are divorced and thinking about dating - this episode is an invitation to strive for more open communication in new relationships. Every conversation is an opportunity to learn more about yourself and those around you.  Show Highlights: Why communication in relationships feels hard or scary (3:42) Modern dating and getting back out there (8:04) We all need external validation, but it does not have to come from a new romantic partner (16:28) Red flags and triggers: how to evaluate red flags and what to do about relationship triggers (20:12) What does fear of intimacy actually mean? (29:31) Sex and dating: the best guideline is “Do I want to and do they want to?” (41:44) Learn more about Shaun: Shaun Galanos is a love coach, host of The Love Drive podcast, and an online course creator. He teaches intimacy and communication tools for better relationships and more love. He holds certifications in Personal and Professional Coaching from Concordia University, Rape Crisis Counseling from BAWAR in Oakland, CA, and a Bachelor's Degree in Interpersonal Communication from UC Santa Barbara. When he's not teaching courses on intimacy and communication or recording his podcast, he's continuing to learn about love, working on this relationship with his partner, and building community in Montreal. Resources & Links: Links and information can also be found at: https://kateanthony.com/podcast/communication-for-better-relationships-and-love-with-shaun-galanos/ Submit your questions to be answered on a future episode Grit and Grace Group Coaching is Open – Join us! Shaun's website Shaun on Instagram Shaun on TikTok  Shaun on Facebook Shaun on YouTube TODAY'S EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY: THE REVISED SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO? PROGRAM   An online coaching program designed to help you make the right decision about your marriage...once and for all.  In this groundbreaking online coaching program, you'll unlock the support, education and deep transformational work you need to finally answer to your most burning question: should I stay or should I go? JOIN THE SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO FACEBOOK GROUP

American Reformation
Iron Sharpens Iron with Jim Sanft

American Reformation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 48:32


About Jim Sanft: Jim Sanft has served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Concordia Plans since 2008.Prior to joining CPS in 1999, Sanft worked in the group insurance industry as an actuary for Ameritas Life Insurance Corp. in Lincoln, Nebraska and with Minnesota Life (now Securian) in St. Paul, Minnesota. He began his professional career as a mathematics and computer science teacher at Concordia Lutheran High School in Fort Wayne, Indiana.Jim has a B.S. in Education from Concordia University, Nebraska and a M.S. in Mathematics and Statistics from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln. Sanft is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and is a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries.An active leader in the church benefits community, Jim serves as Chair of the Church Alliance (CA), a coalition of his peers from nearly 40 church benefit programs, including mainline and evangelical Protestant denominations, branches of Judaism, and Catholic dioceses, schools and institutions. This work frequently takes Sanft to Washington, D.C. to meet with members of Congress, regulators and other officials to discuss issues and concerns of church benefit plans. He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Church Benefits Association (CBA). Collectively, CBA and CA organizations provide retirement and health benefits to more than one million clergy, lay workers, and their family members. Sanft has also served on the Policy Board of Directors of the American Benefits Council as the CA representative.Jim and his wife Janell are blessed with three sons and daughters-in-law, along with one incredible grandson! They make their home in Columbia, Illinois and are members of Abiding Savior Lutheran Church in St. Louis, Missouri. Jim enjoys traveling and hiking with Janell, golfing with his sons and sharing their love for Manchester United soccer and Nebraska Cornhusker football.American Reformation Season 2 Episode 14

The Thomistic Institute
Does God Exist? | Prof. Matthew Dugandzic

The Thomistic Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 35:34


This lecture was given at Harvard University on October 3, 2022. For more information on upcoming events, visit thomisticinstitute.org About the speaker: Matthew Dugandzic joined the theology faculty at St. Mary's Seminary and University in 2019 after completing a Ph.D. in moral theology at The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC. His dissertation, "A Thomistic Account of the Habituation of the Passions," explored the ways in which people can develop virtuous affective inclinations. Dr. Dugandzic's scholarship focuses on medieval thought, especially Thomas Aquinas' anthropology, psychology, and ethics. His work on Christ's passions recently appeared in the European Journal for the Study of Thomas Aquinas and his other writings on the passions and on bioethics have appeared in New Blackfriars and National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly. His current research focuses on the sources that Aquinas used in developing his understanding of virtue and on recovering ancient and medieval wisdom regarding economics in order to apply this wisdom to contemporary financial problems (like student loan debt). Dr. Dugandzic has taught courses in fundamental moral theology, bioethics, theological anthropology, and Catholic social teaching. In addition to his work in the academy, Dr. Dugandzic has also brought his theological expertise to the aid of the Church, having taught theology to RCIA groups, catechists, and candidates for the permanent diaconate. In addition to his doctorate, Dr. Dugandzic holds a BSc in biology from Concordia University in Montréal, Québec and an MA in religious studies from St. Joseph's Seminary in Yonkers, New York. He and his wife, Audra, live in Baltimore, MD. In his spare time, he likes to play hockey, which he enjoys almost as much as reading theology.

Tell Me Your Story Coach
EP 95 - Kevin Hickey, Assistant Coach, Northland College

Tell Me Your Story Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 26:18


Coach Kevin Hickey, Today we are talking to Coach Kevin Hickey. Coach Hickey is currently an assistant coach for Coach Scott Sorenson at Northland College. Coach Sorenson has been the leader of this D3 college in Wisconsin for the past 11 seasons. I met Coach Kevin during my last year working for Coach Rob Murphy at Eastern Michigan. I was blown away with his story. As we all know, life happens. And, Kevin is a great example of this. He started his college education at Bowling Green University. At BG, Coach Kevin was both a student assistant coach and video coordinator for Coach Louis Orr. Life happened and Coach Kevin left college to tend to his mother, who was having some health issues. In the meantime, Coach Kevin would then go to work for Coach Jimmy Reddy at Canton High School. Coach Kevin would assist Coach Reddy and coach the freshman and JV teams at Canton. Making the decision to return to college, Kevin enrolled at Eastern Michigan. He finished his degree as a student assistant coach with the EMU Men's program. After graduating from EMU, Coach Kevin was hired by Coach Ricky Yahn at Concordia University. After gaining incredible experience working for Coach Ricky, he was hired by Coach Scott this past summer. Coach Kevin is in year one with the Northland College men's basketball program. If you are a coach, who has been told numerous times that you can't be a college coach - for numerous reasons - then, this is a conversation for you. Coach Kevin's story will INSPIRE you to continue to chase your dreams. Follow Coach Kevin Hickey @coach_khickeyFollow Tell Me Your Story Coach @CoachKevinDro

The Thomistic Institute
"Does God Exist?" with Prof. Matthew Dugandzic | Off-Campus Conversations, Ep. 009

The Thomistic Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 42:38


Does God exist? Join Fr. Gregory Pine, O.P. of Aquinas 101, Godsplaining, and Pints with Aquinas for an off-campus conversation with Prof. Matthew Dugandzic about his latest Thomistic Institute lecture, "Does God Exist.” Does God Exist? w/ Fr. Gregory Pine (Off-Campus Conversations) You can listen to the original lecture here: https://soundcloud.com/thomisticinstitute/does-god-exist-prof-matthew-dugandzic For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org About the speaker: Matthew Dugandzic joined the theology faculty at St. Mary's Seminary and University in 2019 after completing a Ph.D. in moral theology at The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC. His dissertation, "A Thomistic Account of the Habituation of the Passions," explored the ways in which people can develop virtuous affective inclinations. Dr. Dugandzic's scholarship focuses on medieval thought, especially Thomas Aquinas' anthropology, psychology, and ethics. His work on Christ's passions recently appeared in the European Journal for the Study of Thomas Aquinas and his other writings on the passions and on bioethics have appeared in New Blackfriars and National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly. His current research focuses on the sources that Aquinas used in developing his understanding of virtue and on recovering ancient and medieval wisdom regarding economics in order to apply this wisdom to contemporary financial problems (like student loan debt). Dr. Dugandzic has taught courses in fundamental moral theology, bioethics, theological anthropology, and Catholic social teaching. In addition to his work in the academy, Dr. Dugandzic has also brought his theological expertise to the aid of the Church, having taught theology to RCIA groups, catechists, and candidates for the permanent diaconate. In addition to his doctorate, Dr. Dugandzic holds a BSc in biology from Concordia University in Montréal, Québec and an MA in religious studies from St. Joseph's Seminary in Yonkers, New York. He and his wife, Audra, live in Baltimore, MD. In his spare time, he likes to play hockey, which he enjoys almost as much as reading theology.

End Goals: LCMS Youth Ministry Podcast
#101. Exploring the 40 End Goals – Sabbath and Rest

End Goals: LCMS Youth Ministry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 29:45


As we continue to highlight the studies around the 40 End Goals, Mark and Julianna talk to DCE Bekah Freed about her study and devotions on Sabbath and rest. Bio: Bekah Freed is Kansas-grown girl who now lives in cornfields of Nebraska (with a 9-year stop in Buffalo, NY). She currently serves the students of Concordia University, Nebraska as the Director in the Student Life Office and loves helping youth and young adults know how much Jesus loves them. (Hint: It's a lot!) She is a Director of Christian Education (DCE) and has a master's degree in Discipleship in the context of Trauma and Crisis Response. She enjoys kayaking, conversations about things that matter, fresh-baked cookies, traveling, a fuzzy blanket on a cold winter day, hugs from her nieces, hiking, and celebrating the everyday blessings in life. Find the LCMS Youth Ministry resource website at youthesource.com.

Becoming Bridge Builders
Jesus, Love and Justice

Becoming Bridge Builders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 33:39


Meet author Craig Mattes.  Craig is a rostered Director of Christian Outreach with the LCMS. Husband to Amy and father to Will and Reagan. Received a marketing degree from Valparaiso University. Worked in the printing business for 11 years before receiving the call from God to work for the church. Received my DCO certification from Concordia University in St. Paul. Worked for 3 congregations in the Northern Illinois District of the LCMS for over 17 years in the areas of outreach and small group ministry. Over a year ago he started my own business - Craig Mattes Services - which provides digital services (social media marketing, website design/management, graphic design, etc) for churches across the country.  Besides Jesus, Love, and Justice, you can also find my devotions and group discussion guides for "Meet Jesus", "Follow Me" and "Living Acts, Knowing Romans" on Amazon. Queens On A RollThis podcast was created to educate & inspire people about the ably different...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Support the show

Sports Rush with Brett Rump
Hour 2: Kevin Donley

Sports Rush with Brett Rump

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 44:34


Head Football Coach of the University of Saint Francis Kevin Donley joins the Sports Rush in Hour 2 for his weekly visit with Brett. Coming off a heartbreaking loss against Lawrence Tech on the road, Coach Donley tells us what the team needs to do better for their last regular game of the season this Saturday against Concordia University in Ann Arbor. We also discuss area basketball player Luke Brown who had a big game for the Stetson Hatters against the Florida State Seminoles on Monday night.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Danger Close with Jack Carr
Gad Saad: The Parasitic Mind

Danger Close with Jack Carr

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 80:01


Today's guest is Dr. Gad Saad, Professor of Marketing at Concordia University in Montreal and an evolutionary behavioral scientist.  Dr. Saad is the author of the books The Evolutionary Bases of Consumption, Evolutionary Psychology in the Business Sciences, The Consuming Instinct: What Juicy Burgers, Ferraris, Pornography, and Gift Giving Reveal About Human Nature, and his latest, The Parasitic Mind: How Infectious Ideas Are Killing Common Sense. He is known for pioneering the use of evolutionary psychology in understanding marketing and consumer behavior.  Dr. Saad hosts regular discussions on his YouTube channel, The Saad Truth, and his podcast, The Saad Truth on how idea pathogens are destroying logic, science, reason, and common sense.  You can learn more about Dr. Gad Saad at gadsaad.com    Follow him on Twitter @GadSaad , on Instagram @doctorgadsaad , and on Facebook @Gad Saad Sponsors: Navy Federal Credit Union: Today's episode is presented by Navy Federal Credit Union. Learn more about them at navyfederal.org Black Rifle Coffee Company: Today's episode is also brought to you by Black Rifle Coffee Company. Purchase at http://www.blackriflecoffee.com/dangerclose and use code: dangerclose20 at checkout for 20% off your purchase and your first coffee club order! SIG: This episode is sponsored by SIG Sauer. You can learn more about SIG here. Featured Gear Icarus Precision Module  Gatorz Wraptor Sunglasses 10th Mountain Whiskey The Firearms Training Notebook: 1% Better Everyday by Rick Hogg and Mark Kelley Make Ready with War HOGG Tactical: Concealed Carry DVD

Everyday Legends
060 Love, heartbreak & dating with Shaun Galanos

Everyday Legends

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 63:39


The latest episode explores all things love, heartbreak, and dating with 'The Love Drive' Shaun Galanos.   Shaun's Bio Shaun Galanos is a love coach, host of The Love Drive podcast, and an online course creator. He teaches intimacy and communication tools for better relationships and more love. He holds certifications in Personal and Professional Coaching from Concordia University, Rape Crisis Counseling from BAWAR in Oakland, CA, and a Bachelor's Degree in Interpersonal Communication from UC Santa Barbara. When he's not teaching courses on intimacy and communication or recording his podcast, he's continuing to learn about love, working on this relationship with his partner, and building community in Arizona. Find Shaun: Website Instagram TikTok  Facebook Twitter Podcast    

MindShift Podcast
Dominionism as a Strategy of Mobilization (with Dr André Gagné)

MindShift Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 58:49


Returning guest Dr André Gagné from Concordia University in Montreal, Canada, is an expert on the field of dominion theology, the New Apostolic Reformation, the Christian Right and what's going on in Trump world. Thus: what better thing to do ... Read More »

Myelopathy Matters
S3E7 - What can the neck muscles tell us about myelopathy?

Myelopathy Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 17:46


Iwan and Ben are joined by Dr Maryse Fortin, Physiotherapist and Clinical Researcher at Concordia University, Canada to hear about how she has been using MRI to characterise the shape and make up of neck muscles in people with DCM. Maryse shares her early findings and talks about how her group are building on this, to explore how they technique could inform care.

ON Point with Alex Pierson
Will Ottawa Call A Recession?

ON Point with Alex Pierson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 8:53


Deputy Prime Minister, Chrystia Freeland, is expected to make an announcement late on Thursday, updating Canadians on the fiscal outlook going ahead. But will she use the word 'recession' at all in her announcement? For that, we ask Moshe Lander, an Economist with Concordia University, and find out if Freeland will say we're going into a recession, or not.

Voices from the SBS Summit
Modelling Moral Injury and Incivility in Group Settings

Voices from the SBS Summit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 28:56


In this episode, Dr. Whitney Fauth, a senior chief research scientist with the Threat Lab, talks to Dr. Jordan Schoenherr, Assistant Professor at Concordia University about modelling moral injury and incivility in group settings and how this relates to security and workforce protection. To watch to Dr. Jordan Schoenherr's C-InT SBS Summit 2021 video, visit www.SBSSummit.com To read more about to Dr. Jordan Schoenherr, please visit: https://sbssummit.com/speaker/dr-jordan-schoenherr/ -TIMESTAMP- 00:00 Introduction 02:21 Models used with insider threat 06:30 Mistaken premise 12:14 Conceptual model of incivility 26:13 Ethics of artificial intelligence 28:19 Outro

Tell Me Your Story Coach
EP 92 - Antonio Capaldi, Assistant Coach, Alma College

Tell Me Your Story Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 32:25


Coach Antonio Capaldi,Today we are talking to Coach Antonio Capaldi. Coach Capaldi is currently an Assistant Coach for Coach Sami Stormont at Alma College. And, everyone knows Coach Capaldi as simply Coach Tone. Coach Tone was named an Assistant Coach with Alma College and their Women's Basketball program this past summer. Before coming to this Division 3 basketball program, Coach Capaldi was an Assistant Coach for Coach Kiefer Haffey at Concordia University in the WHAC Conference. And before transitioning to the Women's Basketball Coaching ranks, Coach Tone was a Student Assistant at Madonna University with their men's basketball program. Oh, by the way, Coach Tone was a great player for Coach Noel Emenhiser at Madonna. A product of Bishop Foley High School in the Detroit Catholic League, Coach Tone would go on to play in college at both Macomb Community College and Madonna University. You are going to hear some outstanding thoughts in this conversation. However, get ready to get INSPIRED when Coach Tone talks about his Mom's passing and his love and affection for his sisters. And, how his mom's death inspired him to coach women's basketball. This is a high-level conversation with a tremendous young basketball coach and an even better young man. Finally, wait until you hear Coach Tone talk about Positive Energy. Do you know that ENERGY is the World's CURRENCY? You will soon find out why! Follow Coach Antonio Capaldi @CoachTone__Follow Tell Me Your Story Coach @CoachKevinDroMoneyball Sportswear Moneyball, The Only Way To Ball! Great Sports Wear and Basketball Uniforms! Michigan Made! Basketball Position Metric Pre-Order Rashad Phillips New Book: “The evolution is being televised"DEEP - The Life of Rob Murphy DEEP - The Life of Rob Murphy DEEP chronicles Murphy's remarkable journey. Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.

The Moral Imagination
Ep. 47 Exclusion & Opportunity - Black Liberation Through the Marketplace

The Moral Imagination

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 84:15


In this episode I speak with Rachel Ferguson about her book Black Liberation Through the Marketplace: Hope, Heartbreak, and the Promise of America, co-authored with Marcus Witcher. The book address issues of social justice, exclusion, opportunity, race and discrimination, classical liberalism, and the economic history of African Americans since the civil war. Themes we discuss include Racism and exclusion from justice, property, and rule of law Classical Liberalism Property Rights Freedom of Contract Education History of Injustices post Civil War Convict Leasing Lynching Jim Crow Progressivism Eugenics Sterilization Minimum Wage and its racist and eugenic underpinnings Urban Renewal Highways, transportation and the breakdown of African American and ethnic communities Eminent Domain African American towns and civil society 1619 Project and its errors Family and the Sexual Revolution Contraception Entrepreneurship Civil Society Alexis de Tocqueville Applied economics Criminal Justice reform Black Churches as a central part of community Decentralization, Associational Life, and Welfare before the Welfare State We discuss a number of writers including Fredrick Douglass Zora Neale Hurston Booker T. Washington Malcom X Friedrich Hayek Anthony Bradley Biography Rachel Ferguson, Ph.D. is an economic philosopher and Director of the Free Enterprise Center at Concordia University, Chicago. She has published in Discourse, The Journal of Markets and Morality, and the Library of Economics and Liberty. She has a Ph.D. in philosophy from St. Louis University. She is actively involved in community building and empowering marginalized entrepreneurs through LOVEtheLOU and Gateway to Flourishing   https://www.rachelfergusononline.com/   Resources We mention a lot of books during the podcast. See below for links. Other things discussed include: Rachel Ferguson Essay: Let's do Philanthropy that Actually Works Robert Woodson and the Woodson Center   Podcast with Anthony Bradley on Over-criminalization MMM on Eugenics is Back Benefits Cliffs Russell Hittinger on Technology and Contraception Podcast with Mary Eberstadt on the Sexual Revolution Poverty, Inc.

Stand Out & Grow!
E68 - Mental Health for Business Owners

Stand Out & Grow!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 35:48


Join Kat and her guest Matt McDonell, army veteran and Founder of Next 18, to have a conversation about mental health for business owners.   Matt McDonell is from Michigan and now lives in Fox Point, WI. Matt served in the US Army from Mar 2011 – December 2015 as an Airborne Infantryman with the 173rd IBCT and was stationed mainly in Germany. Matt deployed to Afghanistan in a combat role in 2012/13. He was medically retired in late 2015.   In this episode we will: 1. Discuss why mental health and selfcare is important for business owners? 2. Know how we can use a sport like golf to support better mental wellbeing. 3. Know more about the non-profit Next 18 and how it is helping the veteran and business community.   Since exiting service Matt has owned a successful lawn and snow company, received his MBA from Cardinal Stritch University, and is currently receiving his LCSW from Concordia University. While not running camps which will ultimately be across the country, Matt plans to use his LCSW when received, to take local veterans in Milwaukee out one-on-one to golf and facilitate their needs to tackle hurdles they are facing in a counseling environment. He plans to use the program as a pilot program for those who would like to do similar, unconventional social work and counseling.   Tune into this EXCITING episode of Stand Out & Grow with Kat Ramirez and get mental health tips and advice as well as golf tips and advice!   Tune into this Episode of Stand Out & Grow to learn more! Find all notes at www.standoutngrow.com Find adBidtise Properties at: www.adbidtise.com www.hashtagsocialbuzz.com www.linkedin4yourbusiness.com www.katherineramirez.net Please take a moment and review us so more people can find our podcast. Thanks in advance. Kat You Got This!