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Lawrence Loh - Symphoria and Conducting the Pops - Lawrence Loh, Music Director of Symphoria (Syracuse, NY), was named Music Director of the West Virginia Symphony commencing in the 2017-18 season. Mr. Loh concluded his 12-year tenure as Music Director of the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic in 2017. Mr. Loh has had a decade-plus association with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra where he currently leads annual pops and other select programs. The link for Macon Pops is: Joining Pete A Turner on the Break It Down Show is co-host and fellow Benician Steve Moretti. Steve has been a guest on BIDS previously...and helped establish the Macon Pops. This episode is the first in our series of 6 shows are creating as a suite for Dr. Robert Greenberg. He is our friend, and we wanted to create some beauty, musical knowledge and smiles to honor what he does for all of us. We love you Dr BOB!!! Please support the Break It Down Show by doing a monthly subscription to the show All of the money you invest goes directly to supporting the show! For the of this episode head to Haiku Lawrence Loh directs His life is a symphony Music connects us Similar episodes: Vincent Darby Perttu Polonen Janeshia A. Ginyard Join us in supporting Save the Brave as we battle PTSD. Executive Producer/Host: Pete A Turner Producer: Damjan Gjorgjiev Writer: Dragan Petrovski The Break It Down Show is your favorite best, new podcast, featuring 5 episodes a week with great interviews highlighting world-class guests from a wide array of shows.
New reforms for Judea and Samaria are being pushed forward in Israel's government right now. The Palestinian Authority is claiming that Netanyahu is trying to take over Palestinian land in Judea and Samaria. The US central command is conducting a huge military exercise with the IDF. Hamas is once again trying to teach their children to hate Jews. All this and more on today's show!
Many people think they know what to do when they start their first business. And then… they fail. But if you look closer at those failures, you will notice that it all comes down to very few things they either did or didn't do.In today's episode, we discuss the DOs and DON'Ts of starting a business. Alexa D'Agostino and Debbie Shannon draw from their decades of collective experience to give you a set of rules you should follow on your journey as an entrepreneur - whether you are starting your first business or already have some experience as a founder.Key parts of the conversation:[0:33] - Today's Topic: The DOs And DON'Ts Of Starting A Business[1:00] - Developing a strong business plan[2:48] - Conducting market research[5:33] - Why reading books is a waste of time[6:59] - Don't go into business with the wrong people[10:22] - Don't overestimate the importance of cash flow[11:48] - Staying flexible and adaptableGreat quotes from the podcast:“If your business plan is longer than one page, you're just not going to do it.” - Alexa“Entrepreneurs tend to fall in love with their ideas, so they always skew the results of research.” - Debbie“When you have a plan, always do a one-pager and present it to other people in your company.” - Alexa“Don't recreate the wheel. Take it and see if you can apply it to your business.” - Alexa“If you want to really see what your business partners really like, take them out.” - Alexa“You have to be able to problem-solve and be flexible and to adapt to new environments.” - Alexa“People leave money on the table because they don't network and keep their relationships flowing.” - Debbie“It's a huge undertaking trying to figure it out yourself.” - AlexaResources:For all of our episodes, you can visit: https://thynktankcoaching.com/podcastFor comments or questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgAlexa's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dralexadagostino/Passion to CEO program: https://www.passiontoceo.com/Deb's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/debshannon_coach/
A Canadian student who created a free app to detect ChatGPT in school essays; when Billy Bragg met Pete Seeger; a celebrated Nazi-hunter turns to prosecuting war crimes in the Ukraine conflict; reviewing Nintendo's turn-based strategy game, Fire Emblem Engage; why TikTok is full of sped-up song remixes known as Nightcore; and more.
In this solo episode of The Boss in Heels Podcast, I share 3 steps to levelling up your life in 2023. One thing I have come to realise is that in order to truly elevate your life, you have to look at all aspects – from the way you dress and your personal style, through to your wisdom, intellect, health, relationships to finances… everything! In this episode, you'll learn: 3 key steps I consider when it comes to uplevelling my life Conducting a review of the quality and standards you uphold in your life How to take action and make positive change Building momentum The uplevel experience – and how to join my new membership program! If you enjoy this episode, please take a moment to subscribe, rate and review the Boss in Heels Podcast on Apple Podcasts! Please also recommend the podcast to a friend, family member, colleague or someone in your network who you know would benefit from listening to these episodes. Not only does it help us to grow the podcast, however also ensures that we are reaching the right audiences! You can claim your space inside The Uplevel Experience here: https://lara-nercessian.mykajabi.com/offers/snx2vkJx/checkout Connect with me on social! Instagram: @lara_nercessian_ LinkedIn: Lara Nercessian Website: www.laranercessian.com Email: email@example.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
First episode of 2023! We were delighted to chat with trumpeters, educators, and founders of Diversify the Stand, Ashley Killam and Carrie Blosser! We learned a little about how they got started in music, the zigs and zags to how they got where they are, what Diversify the Stand is all about/upcoming projects, working with living composers, life balance, and so much more!Help support the Band Room Podcast by becoming a patron through Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bandroompodHelp support the Band Room Podcast by getting your merch at the BRP Store http://www.bandroompod.com/storeMusic used in this episodeBRP Theme Music: Skyline by EKR HammellPerforming Ensemble: University of Toronto Wind EnsembleDr. Gillian MacKay – ConductorLake Superior Suite - Pancake Bay & Pukaskwa by Cait NishimuraPerforming Ensemble: University of Toronto Wind EnsembleDr. Gillian MacKay – ConductorChasing Sunlight (Piano Version) by Cait NishimuraArranged and performed by Brian BarberEpisode LinksDiversify the Standhttps://www.diversifythestand.org/Learn more about Ashleyhttps://www.ashleykillam.com/Learn more about Carriehttps://www.carrieblosser.com/Support the show
This week we feature Shannon Corey, singer, composer, pianist and teacher. We'll listen to examples of music from her CDs and discuss her career and how she has had the opportunity to travel the world singing. For more information you can go to www.shannoncoreymusic.com
Visit DaveDelaneySpeaks.com for speaking inquiries. Thank you to Shannon Cassidy from ROG Return on Generosity for interviewing me. The Nice Podcast is brought to you by Futureforth.com. We teach leaders of fast-growing companies to improve employee retention, communication, and culture with the Nice Method™. What we talked about... Conducting stay interviews. All about the Nice Method. How to use active listening to hear your team. Why you should think beyond the walls of your org. How to avoid the wrecks caused by poor communication. What do you like least about working here? What do you like most about working here? What keeps you here? What might tempt you to leave? Writing (handwritten) thank you cards. Conducting AMA sessions (Ask Me Anything). Repeating instructions to help you remember and confirm understanding. We ❤️ Our Listeners. Please follow the show and leave a review wherever you subscribe to podcasts. Reviews and sharing the show are the nicest ways to support the podcast and are deeply appreciated. Thank you.
In this week's episode, we have the privilege of talking to Miguel Harth-Bedoya, conductor of the Baylor University Symphony Orchestra and Director of Orchestral Studies. With many years of experience conducting orchestras all around the world, Miguel tells us about what the ultimate goal of a conductor should be, and his methods on preparing scores and working with ensembles.Connect with Miguel Harth-Bedoya!Website: https://www.miguelharth-bedoya.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/miguelharthbedoya/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MiguelHarthBedoyaTwitter: https://twitter.com/MHarthBedoyaYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxDtynJwmcgudZPu9hkFWDgBaylor University School of Music: https://www.baylor.edu/music/The Conducting Institute: https://conductinginstitute.org/Miguel Harth-Bedoya is the Director of Orchestral Studies at Baylor University. He is the former music director of the Norwegian Radio Orchestra, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra (New Zealand), and New York Youth Symphony. He graduated from the Curtis Institute of Music and the Juilliard School. Miguel has conducted worldwide, including the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, Cleveland Orchestra, Philadelphia Orchestra, Munich Philharmonic, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony, and the Sydney Symphony, among others. He is also the Founder of The Conducting Institute in Ft. Worth, Texas.Want a free piece of music for your ensemble to perform? Join Christian's mailing list!https://www.christianfortnermusic.com/mailings
Hosts John Devlin and Enrico Lopez-Yañez are joined by Ankush Bahl in the 4/4 to discuss crafting the perfect audition video. Then, UpBeat welcomes Erik Rönmark, President and CEO of the Detroit Symphony. The discussion centers around community-focused programming, how to stand out as a young conductor, and a discussion of the search process for the DSO's new Music Director, Jader Bignamini.
In today's episode, we have the pleasure of interviewing Professor Joan Marn from Florida International University.Professor Marn will share her experience working at different hospitals as well as some tips to build effective relationships with physicians. Conducting today's interview, we have 4 dietetic students from FIU: Stacy Alonso, Marielle Ames Plummer, Ana Anaguren Martinez, and Ami Kawaguchi.
Threat and hazard identification and risk assessment (THIRA) is a systematic process for identifying and evaluating potential threats and hazards to an organization. It involves identifying potential risks, assessing their likelihood and potential impact, and developing strategies to mitigate or eliminate those risks. THIRA is an important part of risk management, as it helps organizations to proactively identify and address potential risks before they occur.LinksWeb: https://titanhst.com/LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3KgRvv6Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/titanhst/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TitanHSTFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TitanHST/Youtube: https://bit.ly/3mePJyG
The Mystic River Chorale is the subject of this week's program with Frank Zilinyi, Artistic Director and Michelle Mencer, President. We talk about what the Chorale has done in the last season and their concert coming up on Sunday January 15th at 4PM, at Harkness Chapel. For more information you can go go to www.mysticriverchorale.org
The guest on today's episode is Eric Stopper. He is a jiujitsu practitioner, professional podcaster, Youtuber, and Amazon entrepreneur who has worked with over 2000 brands in his career. He recently founded Profitibull, a lead generation company that caters to organizations with high lifetime value customers like HRT and fertility clinics, accident and injury Lawyers, CEO coaches, and more. In today's episode, he discusses Conducting Due Diligence on Seller Profitability.Takeaways:The unified transaction report is the most significant source for creating a P&L report.The unified transaction report tells us the order, Refunds, Promotional values, all the fees, and advertising cost per sale.P&L tells us the most important thing, which is the profit margin.The sponsored display can increase sales.Facebook, Email, and YouTube marketing are great ways to increase sales.Quote of the Show:How much can I increase this asset? Most sellers are not doing Google, Facebook or Email advertising. It is a complete blind spot for Amazon sellers.Links:Personal – LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/eric-stopper-7298a9b3/Personal – YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQEG9WNn7a5iLeOx-oh2bIg/videosAO2 Management – Website: https://www.ao2management.com/ProfitBull - Website: https://www.profitibull.com/ Ways to Tune In:Apple Podcast (Leave a Review)iHeart RadioSpotifyGoogle PodcastAmazon MusicStitcherYoutubeAmazon Legends is sponsored by Argometrix, the authority on, and a leading supplier of, competitive intelligence for online retail. To learn more, head over to https://argometrix.com/
Building an entire ecosystem in the desert requires water at its core. With a 3,000-ha property that includes 2,000ha of vineyards, a winery, and a town to support it, Raimat, part of the Cordorniu Group, has been at the forefront of sustainability, particularly with water efficiency. Joan Esteve, General Manager, explains how >€5M of investment has substantially reduced water usage and made the property more sustainable, which in his mind, is leaving it a better place for future generations. Detailed Show Notes: Raimat overviewPurchased in 1914, it was a desert 150km west of BarcelonaContinental climate, no Mediterranean influenceClose to the Pyrenees, water from snow melt~3,000 ha (~7,400 acres) property~2,000 acres of vineyards, ~40% (Pinot Noir, Chardonnay) goes to Cordorniu, rest for Raimat's still wines (~12M bottles/year)Had to build a town to support farmingWinery and town designed by a disciple of Gaudi100% organic, many sustainability certificationsTons of biodiversity - e.g., releasing Turons (i.e., wild ferrets) to control the rabbit populationSustainability definition - “leaving a better world than how we found it”Founder of Wineries for Climate Protection in Spain - requires 5% average annual water and energy savingsWater efficiency projects:Built ~€4M water pipe to replace the channel that supplies Raimat water1m diameter with natural pressureOriginally a > 50-year payback projectSaves 15% water (no evaporation, losses), ~2,700 MWh/year of energy / equivalent to ~1,400 tons CO2/yearIrrigation optimizationDeveloped by Cordorniu Research InstituteDynamically applies water based on differences in soil, grape variety, desired wine style, and vine ageSaves ~10% of waterSpun off company Agropixel to consult other wineries on precision viticulturePartial Root DryingIt uses two irrigation lines and rotates irrigation every 15-20 daysIt makes the vine believe it's under water stress when it's not~40% water savings, slightly lower yields, better qualityConducting on ~300ha~20-25% more expensive (mostly additional irrigation line)Total vineyard water savings of ~30%Cellar water optimizationMeasured water consumption in different parts of the wineryFixed leaksUse tools to reduce usage (e.g., hot water vs. cold for cleaning, nozzles for hoses, UV light to disinfect tanks)Total water efficiency investments ~€5.1M (~€4M pipe, ~€1M vineyards, ~€100k cellar)Future efficiency - believes Raimat may need to use more water to offset the impacts of global warmingWater from the Pyrenees is not at risk as the region primarily produces corn and alfalfa, which use significantly more water than grapes (~800mm water/year vs. ~150mm for grapes)ROI challenging for sustainability investmentsOwners (now majority owned by The Carlyle Group) usually require < 3-Year payback on investmentsWater pipe investment made by the family as a legacy for future generationsQuality was the main rationale behind water efficiency investmentsAdvice for the industryIt's good business to be efficientAgriculture is slow, needs longer payback hurdles, and can use quality improvements to justify the investmentThe quality impact is significant; small amounts of compounds can impact the entire production Get access to library episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
There are several benefits to doing an end-of-year review. It can help you reflect on your accomplishments and challenges from the past year, set goals for the coming year, and identify areas for improvement. An end-of-year review can also help you take stock of your personal and professional growth and development over the past year. Additionally, it can be a helpful tool for tracking progress towards longer-term goals and staying motivated to achieve them. Conducting an end-of-year review can be a valuable way to close out the year on a positive note and set the stage for a successful new year. In this episode, I share; Why you should consider reviewing the past year Questions to consider asking yourself to do a thorough review My plans for the DaliTalks Podcast in 2023 Gratitude to every listener and viewer Connect with Dali Rivera DaliTalks: https://www.dalitalks.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dalitalks/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dalitalk Please subscribe and share this podcast. #dalitalks #bullying #anti-bullying awareness --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dalitalks/message
The South Kingstown 300th Celebration is the subject of this week's program with Joanne Esposito, Chairman and Beth LeConte, board member. We talk about what the year long 300th Anniversary Celebration and the many events, including concerts, parades, lectures, sports, and much more. The music is from the CD Clawhammer Banjo, provided by Bob Woods. For more information go to www.southkingstownri.com
"As a realist, it's hard for me to be a dreamer, but I think when you're creative, you have to be. You have to find those ways to surround yourself with people who speak opportunity into your life. That's something that I'm really focusing on: how to find a neat path forward that isn't necessarily set in stone."Skip Stradtman is a choral composer and arranger based out of Tuscaloosa, AL. He is pursuing a DMA in music composition at the University of Alabama, where he serves as graduate assistant for the University Singers. He completed his Master of Music in Choral Conducting at the University of Alabama and his Bachelor of Music Education and Sacred Music Certificate from the Florida State University, where he graduated summa cum laude. As a composer, Skip specializes in writing in the "traditional choral" and "contemporary a cappella” styles for middle school, high school, collegiate, and community vocal ensembles. His works have been featured in multiple concerts and reading sessions at various ACDA conferences. From 2016-2018 and prior to his studies at UA, Skip was the choral director at East River High School in Orlando, FL. Skip also served as assistant choral director and staff accompanist at The Geneva School in Orlando, FL from 2018-2019.To get in touch with Reed, you can visit his website, https://skipstradtmanmusic.com, find him on MusicSpoke (https://musicspoke.com/composer/skipstradtman), or reach out on Facebook (@skipper.stradtman) or Instagram (@sstradtman).Choir Fam wants to hear from you! Check out the Minisode Intro episode to hear how to share your story with us. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to contact our hosts.Podcast music from Podcast.coPhoto in episode artwork by Trace Hudson from PexelsMeech SpeaksI'm Demetrius Thigpen, Staff Sergeants in the United States Marine Corps, Author, and...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
In this episode, we welcome back Lee Johnson as he discusses the importance of doing thorough background checks and due diligence when vetting potential sponsors and investments, as well as investing with a long-term plan in mind. Do you want to build wealth for yourself and your family? You need THE LAUNCHPAD. Click here to learn more! [00:00 - 12:35] Building Generational Wealth Preservation of capital is the first rule of the game How compound interest can grow Building a portfolio of assets to offset active income with passive income Conducting business under an entity (LLC) instead of personal name [12:36 - 19:25] Investing in Assets Becoming a paper millionaire by investing in assets rather than liquidating them Leveraging Hyatt legal plan to set up wills, living trusts, and irrevocable trusts Protecting assets with family office and taking out low interest loans against them [19:26 - 24:19] Why Your W2 Today is Your Addiction? Breaking addiction to a steady paycheck and benefits Why we should execute a goal Building up other streams of income for safety net [24:20 - 31:51] Closing Segment The final questions Diversifying income sources to create a safety net Buying real estate (Boardwalk) and adding houses for big payouts when people land on it in Monopoly Wealth means being able to call your shots on your own timing Needing a person in marketing to take business to the next level What's next for Lee? Key Quotes “You have to be doing more than just raising capital in order to be in compliance with the SCC rules.” - Lee Johnson “The first rule of the game is preservation of capital.” - Lee Johnson Connect with Lee Johnson through valueinvestmentpartners.com. Follow him on LinkedIn, and Instagram Let's get connected! You can find Nicole on LinkedIn, Instagram, or Facebook. Visit her website https://noirvestholdings.com LEAVE A REVIEW & SHARE THE WEALTH by SHARING this EPISODE with someone who wants to learn the secret strategies of the wealthy and build an abundant life. You can listen to previous episodes of Share the Wealth Show here.
The Band Room Podcast is back at the Midwest Clinic! Join Dylan and his old and new friends: Kenley Kristofferson, Matt Klohs, Matt Neufeld, Lt. Cmdr. Gregory Fritz, Nicole Piunno, John Phillips, Harrison J. Collins, Marie A. Douglas, Katherine Bergman, Dontay L. Douglas, Omar Thomas, Giovanni Santos, Kelijah Duton, Jonathan Dagenais, Keith Kelly and David Lum speak about some of their favorite Midwest memories!Help support the Band Room Podcast by becoming a patron through Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/bandroompodHelp support the Band Room Podcast by getting your merch at the BRP Storehttp://www.bandroompod.com/storeMusic used in this episodeBRP Theme Music: Skyline by EKR HammellPerforming Ensemble: University of Toronto Wind EnsembleDr. Gillian MacKay – ConductorLake Superior Suite - Pancake Bay & Pukaskwa by Cait NishimuraPerforming Ensemble: University of Toronto Wind EnsembleDr. Gillian MacKay – ConductorChasing Sunlight (Piano Version) by Cait NishimuraArranged and performed by Brian BarberEpisode LinksKenley Kristoffersonhttps://kenleykristofferson.com/Matt Klohshttps://mattklohs.com/Matt Neufeldhttps://www.mattneufeldmusic.com/Lt. Cmdr. Gregory Fritz - U.S Navy Fleet Bandhttps://www.navyband.navy.mil/navymusic/roster/fritz-bioNicole Piunnohttps://www.nicolepiunno.com/John Phillipshttps://www.conn-selmer.com/en-us/education/clinician/profile/john-phillipsHarrison J. Collinshttps://harrisonjcollins.squarespace.com/Marie A. Douglashttps://www.marieadouglas.com/Katherine Bergmanhttps://www.katherinebergman.net/Dontay L. Douglashttps://www.dontayldouglas.com/aboutOmar Thomashttps://www.omarthomas.com/Giovanni Santoshttps://giosantosmusic.com/Kelijah Dutonhttps://kelijah.com/Jonathan Dagenaishttps://en.jonathandagenais.com/Keith Kellyhttps://www.globalbandroom.com/keith-kellyDavid Lumhttps://www.conn-selmer.com/en-us/education/clinician/profile/david-lumBRP is Supported ByCanadian Band Associationhttps://www.canadianband.org/Interprovincial Music Camphttps://www.campimc.ca/Kaleidoscope Adventureshttps://www.kaleidoscopeadventures.com/Support the show
As the New Year approaches, have you taken the time to sit down and evaluate how 2022 has gone for your company? A good year-end review is essential for any business because it helps you lay a solid foundation for the coming year. If you haven't done it yet, listen in as Martin and Khalil walk us through the process and provide a few extra tips along the way.Time Stamps 00:19 - World Cup 06:26 - 2022 in a Glance 09:42 - US Manufacturing Industry 13:58 - Trans Siberian Railroad 15:20 - Why is a Year-End Review Important? 18:44 - Doing a Structural Review 22:21 - The Value in Reading & Writing 27:44 - How to Do a Year-End Review 29:25 - Analyzing Your Areas of Improvement 32:03 - Reviewing Your Financial Statements 39:21 - Key Accomplishments 40:57 - Understanding Wins & Losses 42:22 - What's Your Vision? 46:21 - Developing an Action Plan Quotable Moments “There are so many things that we go through in our life, and if we don't take time to just reflect and think of the things that we experienced, what they meant to us, the lessons we learned, we don't retain any knowledge from it.” - Khalil Benalioulhaj “What are some things that, if you were better at them, could help your business?” - Martin Holland “Sometimes you may have this great selling product, and it's because you are way underpriced.” - Khalil Benalioulhaj “If [your vision] is not real, you're just wasting ink on your website.” Resources Simple Modern Video: Need Marketing Help? We Recommend Benali Watch On Youtube Follow On Social: LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram Subscribe To Our Newsletter, The Countdown Have Questions? Email us More from the EpisodeWatch the Simple Modern Video More from Martin theprofitproblem.com annealbc.com Email Martin Meet With Martin LinkedIn Facebook Instagram More from Khalil benali.com Email Khalil Meet With Khalil LinkedIn Facebook Instagram More from The Cashflow Contractor Ask Us A Question Sign Up For A Free Consultation thecashflowcontractor.com Email The Cashflow Contractor LinkedIn Facebook Instagram
Finding your dream customers can be tricky, and knowing which customers aren't a good fit is important. That's where customer profiles come in handy. In this episode of Awkward Silences, Andrew Michael, CEO of Avrio, discusses the importance of ideal customer profiles. Andrew draws upon his experience and shares insights on creating customer profiles, customer research methods, and tips on how to get started. In this episode, we discuss: The role of the ideal customer profile (ICP) in an organization Using thermographic and demographic properties to create an ICP Creating personas and segmenting audiences Conducting studies and collecting data about your customers How teams get ICPs wrong Tips and best practices for developing and using ICPs Highlights: [00:06:03] The benefits of ideal customer profiles (ICPs) and who uses them [00:08:15] Andrew discusses the details of how they developed ICPs at Hotjar [00:11:34] Anti-ICP: Ruling out a large portion of your audience [00:24:08] Andrew details how to discover criteria that reveal insight [00:25:40] Tip: Don't overcomplicate ICP, three or four defining characteristics are enough [00:29:19] Anti-ICP: How to communicate with customers that you don't want [00:32:16] An effective ICP contributes to retention, alignment, and customer satisfaction [00:35:44] Andrew's final piece of advice: ICPs “needs to be a company-wide initiative” Sources mentioned in the episode: userinterviews.com/awkward CHURN.FM Podcast About our guest Andrew Michael is the CEO at Avrio – a software development research platform – host of Churn.FM, and Founding Member of Startup Cyprus. Andrew is also a teacher and speaker featured at the How to Web Conference 2022 and Advancing Research 2022. Before joining Avrio, Andrew worked at Hotjar, where he held leadership roles in marketing, management, and experience design. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/awkwardsilences/message
When getting started on a digital transformation journey, one of the first steps you need to do is assess where you are today. Where you are today has to include your information technology but how exactly do you conduct an IT assessment as part of your digital transformation? That's what we discuss in this episode of the Digital Stratosphere Podcast. Be sure to download the newly released 2023 Digital Transformation Report to garner additional industry insight and project best practices. https://www.thirdstage-consulting.com/reports/2023-digital-transformation-report/
Hugh Ballou's Christmas Music Selections from His Conducting Career Hugh Ballou spent 40+ years as a musical conductor and here are some of his recordings from that career. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's episode, we had the pleasure of interviewing Kristen Carli. Kristen is a Registered Dietitian based in Phoenix, Arizona where she runs her own private practice named Camelback Nutrition & Wellness. This podcast will give the audience a new perspective on forms of nutrition communication as Kristen discusses being a dietitian in a media-run age. Conducting today's interview, we have 4 senior dietetic students: Cayleigh MacLeod, Kay-Ann Blake, Laura Velez, and Emily Bonilla.
Welcome to this Scripture Hike of Colossians 4:1-18 with the Nomads! There are certain things we learn about a mountain only by hiking it, one laborious, yet exhilarating step at a time. When we stay in the moment enough to let it fill our senses with freshness and beauty, the hike becomes a part of us. We nomads have set out on a new quest in this series of Nomads You And I podcasts we're calling “Scripture Hikes” to discuss the word of God at a pace that is similar to the hikes we've been taking while we're living nomadically. Come join us now for a hike through the Word where we'll encounter spiritual truths that we've found to be more strengthening to our spirits, more fragrant to our hearts, and more refreshing to our souls, than any evergreen forest, pristine mountain spring, or mountain peak we've ever experienced.
This Old Tree, a new program that will be airing on WCRI in January, is our subject tonight with Doug Still, the host of the new show which is, you guessed it, all about trees. We talk about the upcoming radio debut, his life as an Arborist and listen to some selections of music that have a “tree” theme. For more information you can go to www.buzzsprout.com/2044179
Is a pre-treatment with low dose cyclosporine immunosuppression necessary to limit allogeneic cardiosphere-derived cell therapy rejection? Listen as Associate Editor Dr. Amanda LeBlanc (University of Louisville) interviews senior author Dr. John Canty (University of Buffalo) and expert Dr. Fabio Recchia (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna; Temple University) about the latest study by Techiryan et al. In this blinded randomized controlled trial using swine, the authors tested whether low dose cyclosporine could be initiated at the time of reperfusion. In contrast to previous studies, the authors were not able to reproduce the cardioprotective effects demonstrated by allogeneic CDCs without cyclosporine. Conducting large animal studies is like conducting an orchestra, with many members of the lab playing specific roles. What is it like to take a pig with a balloon occluder in their anterior descending artery 100 yards down the hall to the imaging center for a CT scan while the animal is having an acute infarction? Listen as we discuss the challenges of blinded preclinical studies and how large animal studies can offer unique preclinical insights that may translate more effectively to clinical treatment of cardiovascular disease. George Techiryan, Brian R. Weil, Rebeccah F. Young, and John M. Canty Jr. Widespread intracoronary allogeneic cardiosphere-derived cell therapy with and without cyclosporine in reperfused myocardial infarction Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol, published October 17, 2022. DOI: 10.1152/ajpheart.00373.2022
Real ones gather 'round for this episode filled with gems on how to prune people out of your life. CL and CAM came through with another timeless episode and as always the TIMESTAMPS are below: Opening - 03:48 - Intros / Your Inner Circle / Speaking to our Peers / 06:42 - " Keep my circle small like a cheerio " / Curating Your Timeline / 11:39 - The Social Media Effect / Trading Privacy for Convenience / 14:54 - Data Rights are Human Rights. / 16:00 - Commercial Break / 18:10 - The Pruning Process / Support Systems / Being Your Own Bestfriend / Reciprocity / 24:45 - When to say when / 32:20 - A friend to all is a friend to none. / Elevate your conversation / 39:00 - Make room for your blessings / Conducting exit interviews / 42:14 - S/O to the Real Ones / Water & Fertilizer / 49:56 - Your happiness should be paramount / Keep Moving Forward / Change Your World / Closing Remarks
Come hang out with Dylan and Cait as the debrief their time in British Columbia at the BCMEA Conference, share what they've been up to, Midwest and more!Help support the Band Room Podcast by becoming a patron through Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bandroompodHelp support the Band Room Podcast by getting your merch at the BRP Store http://www.bandroompod.com/storeMusic used in this episodeBRP Theme Music: Skyline by EKR HammellPerforming Ensemble: University of Toronto Wind EnsembleDr. Gillian MacKay – ConductorEpisode LinksConductor, Composer & Community | Creating a Healthy Musical Ecosystem Through Commissioning Slide PDFchrome-extension://efaidnbmnnnibpcajpcglclefindmkaj/https://www.bandroompod.com/_files/ugd/5421b7_c88b1832819f4089b6745e843ab0112f.pdf 2022 BRP Consortium Project Piece - Sandcastles by E.K.R. Hammellhttps://youtu.be/7qqu1gfVKXcOrigin by Cait Nishimurahttps://youtu.be/qBd--si6NqgBRP is Supported ByCanadian Band Associationhttps://www.canadianband.org/Interprovincial Music Camphttps://www.campimc.ca/Kaleidoscope Adventureshttps://www.kaleidoscopeadventures.com/Support the show
On this episode, we had the pleasure of interviewing Danielle Lee, a Registered Dietitian and Clinical Manager of Good Samaritan Medical Center in West Palm Beach. Throughout this interview, Danielle will provide insight into the skills needed to be a clinical manager including her roles and responsibilities in the position. She will also discuss her journey toward becoming a clinical manager and the many challenges she has faced along the way. Conducting our interview today, we have 4 dietetic students from FIU: Cindy Sanchez, Brittany Goranson, Michelle Duthill, & Ashleigh DeCaprio.
Over the last few months, we've received a lot of questions about hiring and staffing issues, so we figured it was time for another listener Q&A episode! This week, Jeff answers your questions about finding and hiring qualified employees. 1:00 – Finding qualified (and skilled) employees 9:45 – Finding hygienists & associates 17:49 – Taking rising salaries into consideration 26:34 – Conducting interviews Sample Hiring Ads – https://www.mgeonline.com/sample-hiring-ads-2 PPO Exit Strategy – https://www.mgeonline.com/ppo-exit-strategy Group Interviews – https://www.mgeonline.com/group-interviews-download
Theatre By The Sea's announcement of the 2023 season is the subject of this week's program with Bill Hanney, owner of the theatre and Karen Kessler, Director of Marketing. We talk about next summer's musicals and listen to some of the very popular songs from My Way, Beautiful, The Bodyguard and Jersey Boys. For more information you can call (401) 782-8587 or go to www.theatrebythesea.com
#022 - In this episode, Dr. Terrance L. Green discusses the Power of Conducting Equity Audits. He specifically shares:What are equity audits and their history 3 Questions that every team needs to consider before and during their equity audit What is needed to conduct equity audits 3 Reasons why you should frequently conduct equity audits I hope you enjoy this episode and join our community at: www.raciallyjustschools.com. When you join the community, I will send you a FREE video on 3 Tips to Make Your Racial Justice Work Better.
In today's episode, we had the pleasure of interviewing Leslie MacManus MS, RD. Leslie has worked with FIU's athletic department since January of 2022 where she oversees the nutritional status of 18 athletic teams and over 400 student-athletes. Her previous work experience includes competitive youth, collegiate, professional, and elite athletes, as well as the general population. In this interview, Leslie will give an insight into collegiate sports nutrition and will share some tips that can be useful for all future dietitians. Conducting our interview today, we have 3 dietetic students from FIU: Alberto Davila, Daira Deicmane, and Jesus Vazquez Torrez.
As I approach my 10th year in business, I am humbled and honored by my journey, yet reminded of just how important goal setting & planning is for your business. In today's episode, I want to share my own goals setting and planning process with you! Today's episode is brought to you by Honeybook! HoneyBook is the client management software that I've been using for years to send contracts, get paid, and keep track of all of my client inquiries and projects. Inside of HoneyBook, I can see at a glance exactly where my projects are in a timeline! I love that I can use this for sending questionnaires, setting up recurring invoices, and book calls through their built in scheduler tool and so much more! You can try Honeybook for 50% off today with the link below! TRY HONEYBOOK >> If you're enjoying the content we're creating on the podcast and want to connect with others who are called to both, make sure you come join us in the Called to Both Facebook Group! Join Now >> In This Episode You'll: Plan your best business year yet. Know what data points you need for planning. Map out your next CEO planning day! Find it quickly: 2:42 - Planning Your Best Business Year Yet 3:45 - Set Aside Dedicated Time to Review & Plan for Your Business 5:52 - Gather all of the Materials and Data that You Will Need 8:46 - Set Your Planning Agenda 11:41 - Conducting a Planning Day in Your Business Mentioned in This Episode: CEO Day on Youtube Notion More ways to connect: JOY MICHELLE INSTAGRAM WORK WITH JOY AS YOUR COACH JOY MICHELLE CO. WEBSITE CALLED TO BOTH COMMUNITY Read the full show notes from today's episode HERE. Let's keep the conversation going! Come connect in the Facebook community. Join the CTB Facebook community here.
https://linktr.ee/jobtlks Use the link above to find our upcoming events, merchandise, web site, and social media profiles. Please follow us on FB and Instagram, & make sure you're subscribed to our YouTube Channel. Welcome back for another episode of #JobTlks. In this week's episode, the team takes their first trip outside the studio to visit the men and women of the #Monson Fire Department. Conducting multiple interviews, a station tour, and conducting forcible entry training, the team spends the day focusing on the unique administrative and operational realities of small career, combination, and call departments. During this episode, Barrey and John conduct an interview with Chief of Department Brian Harris. Chief Harris has a fire service career spanning over 28 years, occupying every rank within the Monson from auxiliary firefighter to Chief of Department. During the interview, the team dives into the unique factors associated with running small career and combination departments, such as managing staffing difficulties, leading and managing both full-time and part-time employees, training, and the changing landscape of the fire service in the 21st century. Chief Harris highlights not only some of the difficult realities of providing high-quality service in a rapidly changing world but the unique opportunities that local service provides members of the community. The team further discusses Chief Harris's leadership in forming a regional training academy, his work in obtaining grants to enhance department capability and maximize effectiveness, as well as his vision for the future of the department. The JobTlks team then closes with a personalized question of the day! Tune if for a few laughs, unique insights, and an opportunity to learn more from departments around New England. Grant help: https://learyfirefighters.org/ https://www.fema.gov/grants/preparedness/firefighters As always, Thank you for your continued support. We couldn't do this without you. Make sure you tune in every Saturday at noon for a new episode! Follow us on our other socials: FaceBook @JobTlks Instagram @JobTlks TikTok @JobTlks #firedepartment #fireman #firefighters #firefighter #firefighting #technicalrescue #firehouse #femalefirefighter #firedept #iaff ##medic #hazmat #firerescue #firefighterfitness #fire #training #firetraining #culture #tactics #podcast #firefighterpodcast #JobTlks #JobTlksPodcast #fireground #firehouseculture
In this episode, Kathryn welcomes Aliza Shatzman, an attorney, advocate, and former DC Superior Court law clerk, to talk about her experience as a clerk in the DC Superior Court where she faced gender discrimination, harassment, and ultimately retaliation by the now former judge for whom she clerked. She also discusses how she reached out to her law school for support and assistance, only to find out that the judge had a history of misconduct that law school officials were aware of. Due to her experience, Aliza co-founded and launched The Legal Accountability Project, a non-profit organization dedicated to addressing issues of judicial accountability. Who's The Guest? Aliza Shatzman is an attorney, an advocate, and a former DC Superior Court law clerk. She regularly writes and speaks about judicial accountability. Aliza is also the President & Co-Founder of The Legal Accountability Project, a nonprofit aimed at protecting law clerks from workplace mistreatment and holding judges accountable for misconduct. Episode Resources https://docs.house.gov/meetings/JU/JU03/20220317/114503/HHRG-117-JU03-20220317-SD005.pdf https://www.legalaccountabilityproject.org/ Untouchable Judges? What I've Learned about Harassment in the Judiciary, and What We Can Do to Stop It The Conservative Case for the Judiciary Accountability Act https://www.linkedin.com/in/aliza-shatzman-58b55223/ https://twitter.com/AlizaShatzman Episode Highlights What was Aliza Shatzman's clerkship experience like? The Legal Accountability Project: From clerkship to advocacy The impact of clerkship misconduct on law students' career prospects Importance of the Clerkship Whisper Network Why law schools should be open with the reports of alumni and students The best way of data transparency and sharing Conducting a workplace assessment and reporting any data on workplace culture Getting assessments from non-lawyers working in the legal field. How persuasive harassment can be Episode Sponsored By https://pli.edu/telecomregulation Subscribe, Share, and Review To get the next episode subscribe with your favorite podcast player. Subscribe with Apple Podcasts Follow on Spotify Leave a review on Apple Podcasts
In this episode Maxwell Cooper, M.D. interviews Douglas Beall, M.D., a Musculoskeletal Interventional Radiologist in private practice in Oklahoma City. Dr. Beall is a leading authority on interventional spine, musculoskeletal IR, pain management, and osteoporotic fractures. He has been a Co-PI of multiple level 1 clinical trials and developed numerous new interventional procedures and technologies. Dr. Beall tells the story of how he started his private practice after previously working in military and academic practices. He also discusses how he has built up his referrals, delivered excellent clinical outcomes to his patients, and conducted high level research in private practice. Lastly, Dr. Beall talks about how he has been able to innovate in his field and provides advice for physicians looking to develop new technologies to improve clinical care. *Views expressed in this podcast are those of the individuals, not their respective institutions Douglas Beall, M.D. Website: http://www.drdouglasbeall.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/dougbeall LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/douglas-beall-604ba68/ The DaVinci Hour Podcast Website: https://www.dviacademy.com/the-davinci-hour LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-davinci-hour/ DaVinci Academy YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/DaVinciAcademyMed/ Website: https://www.dviacademy.com/
If you've ever said, "I don't feel like I have the same joy in my job as I used to..." or, "I always thought I'd love it when I made it to this role, and now I'm not as happy as I thought I'd be" or, "the demands on me in this position are too much." then you need to listen to my conversation with Christine and Rick. Crisis or major life changes can shatter the inner stories that give our life meaning; finding a new inner narrative allows us to become our own authors and reconnect to the meaning we all crave. Drawing on insights from their new book, Once Upon A Leader, Christine and Rick outline what it takes to re-energize yourself personally and professionally. You can buy Christine and Rick's book, Once Upon a Leader here: https://www.verityintl.com/once-upon-a-leader/ 00:03 Teaser 00:23 Intro 00:58 Introducing Christine and Rick 01:57 What led them to write this book 03:27 Why Christine came on board 04:17 Limitations of current executive training 05:58 Not just for executives 06:23 What does the book show you how to do? 06:55 The problem of weak narrative capacity 07:15 Indicators that your narrator is weak 09:34 What is the brain narrator? What does it do? Bart wants to front-load this section in the front 11:05 How do we get a weak narrator 13:26 How to build up your narrator 14:15 How to build a narrative and narrator 14:32 3 phases of building 15:54 Gathering your building blocks 18:18 Healthcare example 20:31 Recrafting the story 22:14 Taking your new narrative out into the world 22:46 Conducting small experiments 26:05 Bart sums it up 28:07 Thank yous 28:48 Outro
Now more than ever, we need simpler, more profitable, predictable, and less stressful practices. That has been my whole mission and that of OrthoPreneurs.Today's special episode is a presentation I did on the 4 ways to grow your practice and reduce your stress.More startsBetter clinical imagesPositive team cultureFewer errorsTo have more starts, we need to be deliberate in the way we sell. I know that this topic has been more of a taboo in our profession. We are worried about being 'salesy,' yet we sell every day.We are always selling to our patients when we present care. In fact, there are only two positions in every office. You are either in sales or supporting sales, albeit in different positions. If you are not directly in the sales process, you are supporting the sale.But there's is a science to the whole sales process…Tune in to this fascinating presentation to learn about these 4 ways to grow your practice and reduce stress.Key Takeaways- Dr. Krieger's story (02:47)- The four ways to grow your practice (15:50)- More starts – what the data tells us (16:46)- Conducting a trial close (24:10)- Digital co-diagnosis (39:40)- A more positive team culture – this is who to hire (48:15)- Fewer errors – How to reduce your errors for lower stress (53:22)- Learning zone versus the performance zone (1:00:36)Additional Resources
During his twenties, Ryan Smith had already started and sold two companies before he broke into cannabis in 2015 with the launch of his B2B technology platform Leaflink. One year later, he made Forbes' 30 Under 30 list highlighting software technology entrepreneurs, buttressing his wunderkind reputation. Seven years on, Leaflink operates in some 30 markets and has some 12,000 business customers. In this episode of "Seed to CEO," you'll hear what Smith did to get this far, including: Spotting opportunity in the cannabis industry landscape Conducting market research Picking winning markets in which to operate Keeping a fresh perspective Who is Ryan Smith? Ryan G. Smith is the CEO and co-founder of LeafLink, a B2P platform catering to the wholesale cannabis supply chain for brands, distributors, and retailers in 30 markets. In 2011 Smith founded his first business, a green office supply company named EcoCampus. And in 2013 he founded Trupoly, ant investor management relationship software business. Smith and his partner Zach Silverman founded LeafLink in 2015. Smith was listed on Forbes' 30 Under 30 list in 2016 and LeafLink was named on Fast Company's 2018 list of Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Enterprise. In 2021, LeafLink was named one of Inc's Fastest Growing Privately Held Companies in America.
In this episode of Phishy Business, we find out everything you may have wanted to ask your CISO or CIO but were too afraid to ask. Two very experienced information technology leaders delve deeper into the roles they play in keeping their organizations safe while balancing the nos and yesses they deal in every day. You'll learn a lot more about that it is like to be CISO or CIO and the challenges they face in their roles. Our special guests are Magnus Carling, CISO at Swedish shipping company Stena, and Andrew Pritchett, CIO at Grant Thornton Australia, a leading accounting and consultancy firm. Magnus runs the global information security program for shipping conglomerate Stena, which is made up of a number of companies. Andrew navigates the challenges of the CIO role to balance pleasing clients while at the same time keeping client and internal resources safe. Learn more about these two leaders and their real-world daily challenges. In ‘Risk, Risk, Risk…and Beer: What Keeps the Cyber C-Suite Up at Night', we discuss: What it is like being considered the department of no by colleagues. The challenges of balancing protecting the organization with the needs of team members. The crossroads of tech and people that occur every day at every organization. How the weakest link in security can be people – and how to get that point across to those very same people. The problems IT leaders face when the board don't speak cyber. How to bring cyber risk in earlier in the board's conversations. Conducting proper risk assessment before the big decisions instead of dealing with the fallout after an attack. Keeping cyber teams together and not burning them out. The difference between responsibility and accountability for CISOs in cyber breaches. Why the need for CISOs to have battle scars from previous breaches is so valuable. Beer as a stress relief strategy. Why cybersecurity is everyone's business. About Phishy Business Fed up with the same old cybersecurity stories? Come with us on a journey that explores the lesser-known side. Whether it's social engineering, taking criminals to court or the journalists hunting down hackers — our new podcast series, Phishy Business, looks for new ways to think about cybersecurity. Mimecast's very own Brian Pinnock and Alice Jeffery are joined by guests from a range of unique security specialisms. Each episode explores tales of risk, reward and just a dash of ridiculousness to learn how we can all improve in the fight to stay safe. For more tales of risk, reward and ridiculousness, subscribe to Phishy Business on iTunes, Spotify, Anchor or wherever you get your podcasts. www.mimecast.com
Courtney Roe, Director of Content Strategy at Acquia, talks with Jeremy about doing a content audit.Highlights:What a content audit includesWhy company buy-in is necessary for a content auditImportant team members to include in your content auditLearn more about AcquiaConnect with Courtney on LinkedInMemorable Quotes:"I think a content audit is worth doing because you can start to gain organic traction, and for me, being able to win traffic and leads and all of that for free almost, um, without having to pay for it for paid search or, um, paid marketing. I mean, that's my big goal, honestly, is so that we can try to do as much as we can organically.""I'm a big proponent of doing more with less and so I feel like if you've got a content audit and you're in tune with what's in your content archives and your content arsenal, I guess, then you can really go out there with what you like more targeted, information and resources that are really in line with what you want and where you want your company to be.""I would really highly recommend getting somebody who's skilled in technical SEO and has that knowledge and those capabilities and the ability to tap into those different software programs too, to pull everything, so that you're not necessarily investing in that in your company because that can get kind of pricey."The B2B Content Show is produced by Connversa, a podcast production agency helping B2B brands connecting with prospects, generates TONS of content, and grow revenue. Learn more at connversa.com
In this conversation, the pastors walk listeners through a church membership interview. Covenant Baptist Theological Seminary is a Confessional Reformed Baptist Seminary Providing affordable online theological education to help the Church in its calling to train faithful men. To learn more about CBTS, visit https://CBTSeminary.org. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cbtseminary/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cbtseminary/support
In this episode, we welcome back to the show the insightful Melissa Ambrosini. Named a self-help guru by Elle Magazine, our friend, Melissa, is also the bestselling author of Mastering Your Mean Girl, Open Wide, Comparisonitis, and the Audible original, PurposeFULL. She also happens to be host of the #1 rated podcast, The Melissa Ambrosini Show. The conversation you're about to drop in on is all about Melissa's journey into motherhood and everything she's learned along the way to becoming a first-time mom – so we spend time honoring the important challenges, the blessings, and everything in between. And Melissa and I also talk about her incredible new eight-week guided course called Wholy Mama, wherein she and a group of other world-renowned fertility, pregnancy, birth, postpartum, and even parenting experts, guide members through the entire process of doing all of this holistically. I highly recommend checking this out if you intend to have kids. I know I personally can't wait to get in there and learn all of this stuff myself. You can check that out at lukestorey.com/wholymama. 00:04:05 — Living With An Open Heart Relationship Mastery: Sex, Love & Success w/ Melissa Ambrosini & Nick Broadhurst #171 A phrase on relationships that's changed Luke's life Melissa's advice for keeping an open heart Finding safety for emotional vulnerability 00:13:06 — Getting the Perspective of a New Mom Wholy Mama: lukestorey.com/wholymama Meeting her husband: when you know, you know Priming their bodies for parenthood Healing her own birth experience The moment she knew she was ready to have a child Eighteen months of attempted conception (!) Integrating the body, the mind, and the spirit Considering her unborn child's kharmaic journey Conceiving and having her daughter Finding her soul's purpose 00:39:17 — Taking on the Spiritual Assignment of Pregnancy Looking for warning signs The impact of stress on the birthing journey Working with a functional medicine doctor Cortisol vs. reproductive hormones Visionary psilocybin ceremony Check in on Luke and Alyson's journey Being as chill as you can possibly be Supporting a pregnant woman in your life Avoiding alarmist conversations and negativity 01:03:02 — Conscious Conception Beautiful conception practices Losing connection and finding it again Making love in order to make pure love Holding space for spontaneity Seed retention benefits 01:14:37 — Assembling A Dream Birth Scenario The importance of who is in your physical space Birthing where you feel the most safe The beautiful role of the man in birthing Conducting a post-birth debrief Choosing your birth team wisely What comes with the Wholy Mama program? 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Where fashion meets function: gildedbylukestorey.com Join me on Telegram for the uncensored content big tech won't allow me to post. It's free speech and free content: www.lukestorey.com/telegram Related: The Holistic OBGYN on Conscious Birth & Death Practices & Traditions w/ Dr. Nathan Riley #421 Birth Keeper: A Doula's Guide to Natural Child Bearing w/ Eyla Cuenca (Men Are Welcome!) #407 Childbirth Is Not A Medical Condition: The Freebirth Revolution w/ Yolande Norris-Clark #346 Relationship Mastery: Sex, Love & Success w/ Melissa Ambrosini & Nick Broadhurst #171 Biohacking Babies: Hospital vs. Home Birth & How To Have Healthy Kids w/ Dr. Robin Berzin #117