Kara Powell and Brad Griffin discuss what it looks like to engage empathetically with today's teenagers as they grapple with questions of identity, belonging, and purpose. Kara Powell is executive director of the Fuller Youth Institute, and Brad Griffin is its senior director of content. They are the co-authors of 3 Big Questions That Change Every Teenager: Making the Most of Your Conversations and Connections.
Research shows the rates of mental illness and suicide are up among physicians. Dr. Ronald Epstein and colleagues are exploring how mental illness affects health care practitioners and the barriers to getting treatment. We discuss the research and talk about how the pandemic has increased rates of burnout among medical professionals. Our guests: Ronald Epstein, M.D. , professor in Family Medicine, Psychiatry & Oncology at the University of Rochester Medical Center Chris Burleigh, R.N., nurse manager in the Medical Intensive Care Unit at Strong Memorial Hospital Jefferson Svengsouk, M.D. , professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center
Election Day is a little more than a week away, and voters across the City of Rochester are considering the candidates for Rochester City Council. There are 12 candidates running for five at-large seats. This is our final discussion with the candidates. This hour, we hear from Jayvon Johnson, who is running on the Republican and Conservative Party lines, and Miguel Melendez, who is running on the Democratic and Working Families Party lines. Our guests: Jayvon Johnson** Miguel Melendez *Note: Ann Lewis, Willie Lightfoot, and Victor Sanchez declined our invitations to appear on the show. **Jayvon Johnson was slated to join the conversation, but did not appear at WXXI for the interview.
This week we welcome the beautiful Psychic Medium NICOLE LUNA of @highestgoodreadings on the show! Nicole has been a practicing witch for over 15 years and serves up an enchanting masterclass about Samhain (Halloween) rituals, working with Spirit and goddess deities and practicing modern witchcraft. Sadie and Juliet learned so much from this episode and you will too! Check out Nicole Luna's website here: highestgoodreadings.com Follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/highestgoodreadings instagram.com/goddesshangs instagram.com/iamsadieolson instagram.com/juliet.piper JOIN OUR PATREON!! With 3 enchanting tier options there are more ways than ever to connect with Sadie and Juliet! Ready to meet 30+ new Goddess BFFs?! Sign up here: https://www.patreon.com/goddesshangs
The Astros-Braves World Series matchup is a special one to Cito Gaston. The two-time World Series-winning manager with the Toronto Blue Jays discusses his personal friendships with managers Dusty Baker and Brian Snitker as their teams get ready to square off against each other (2:29). Chris Rose, host of “The Chris Rose Rotation” weighs-in on […]
Celeste Hedlee is the author of SPEAKING OF RACE: Why Everybody Needs to Talk About Racism—and How to Do It (on-sale 11/2), In our conversation we talk about the importance of connecting the dots between privilege and wealth, how to actually ask questions about race without sticking your foot in your mouth, the role of social media in furthering discussions about race. And celeste's own challenges growing up as al light-skinned Black Jewish American, and having to defend this time and time again. Plus: I share some of my curiosities about my own race. More about Celeste: She is a self-described “light-skinned Black Jew” who has had to defend or define her race since childhood. In her career, Headlee has made it a priority to talk about race proactively but what she discovered is that those exchanges have rarely been productive. While many people say they want to talk about race, the reality is, they want to talk about race with people who agree with them. Now, using science, research and lived experience SPEAKING OF RACE provides insight and advice for how to have meaningful and impactful conversations about this crucial subject. This is the book for people who have tried to debate and argue with friends and have gotten nowhere; those who have stopped talking to a neighbor or dreaded a holiday dinner; and anyone who wants to better understand race and effect meaningful change as a society. Learn more here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, I am joined by SignalFire Managing Director of People and Talent Heather Doshay. We sit down to talk about Heather's career journey through academia, to startups, HR, and now on the venture capital side. We also discuss strengthening employee connections while being remote and Heather gives us great advice on how to make space for those interpersonal relationships with executives and employees, especially early on while working remotely.
This episode features industry legend Scott O'Neil. In his most recent role, Scott was the CEO of Harris Blitzer Sports and Entertainment, overseeing the New Jersey Devils and the Philadelphia 76ers. Prior to that, he held positions of Senior Vice President of the NBA's Team Marketing and Business Operations division and President of Madison Square Garden Sports. Throughout the podcast, Scott charmed us with stories as he and David dive into a number of insights that influenced his career and became the foundation for his new book, “Be Where Your Feet Are: Seven Principles to Keep You Present, Grounded and Thriving.” Show Notes3:23 Putting Life in Perspective from Mozambique7:31 Scott's Favorite Insight - “Assume Positive Intent”10:11 Instilling Positive Intent into Your Culture17:06 Balancing Accountability and “The Best Work Environment” 18:58 How to Fire Someone Gracefully21:28 Millennials' Social Contract24:25 Creating a Hybrid Work Environment26:19 Building Culture and Connections in a Hybrid Work Environment29:01 Defining the “Greatest Place to Work”30:14 The Thin Line Between Work and Home34:38 Developing Staff Personally and Professionally39:01 You Can't Manage for the Masses40:25 Maintaining An Attitude of Gratitude When the Team Isn't Winning48:54 Parting Advice----For More on Topics Referenced in This Episode:For more insights on being present, passionate and intentional, grab Scott's book: Be Where Your Feet AreTed Lasso | Leadership Lessons from Ted Lasso -----Connect with Scott on LinkedIn or Twitter-----Want more from EngageMint? Subscribe to our newsletter
If you're a human on this planet, you've likely found yourself in a situation or two where you've felt like an outsider. That feeling can inspire us to conform so that we fit the mold and gain acceptance. Or, it can push us further inward towards isolation. Either way, if we're not experiencing deep bonds of acceptance that are based on who we really are, then whether we're surrounded by “friends” or quietly tucked away in the shadows, we still feel alone.As adults in the world, just like when we were kids on the playground, we're always trying to fit in and find our tribes. The search for connection and community never stops. That's because we, like the rest of nature, are in a constant state of evolution.So, we should expect that our friendships, relationships, and the type of work we do will evolve, too. Whether it's feeling alone in a sea of people or standing apart like a wallflower, the path to real connection is laid by leaning deeper into who we are. In this episode, Karlee explains why the concept of “fitting in” is more of an attempt to mold ourselves into being someone we just aren't, and why instead, we should be expanding in order to find “our people”. She lays out the levels of friendship that we experience in various aspects of our lives, and invites you to consider which ones are continuing to nourish you and which ones it might be ok to loosen your grip on in order to create space for evolution. She'll also share 4 important questions you can ask yourself if you need a little push to help you move into what's next.If you're ready to invite more authentic, nourishing connections into your life, then this episode is for you. What You'll Learn in This Episode:2 essential reasons why quitting is sometimes necessary (3:22)Learning to expand rather than trying to fit in (8:42)An example of the 3rd level communication that goes into making this podcast (15:37)Evaluating how you experience the 4 levels of friendship (20:28)4 questions that will help you move ahead into what's next (25:32)People Mentioned in this Episode:Suzanne Degges-White Ph.D.Dana LemayResources Mentioned in this Episode:**Episode: 3 Styles of professional communication?Article: Psychology Today. 2021. How Many Friends Do You Really Need in Adulthood?. [online] Available at: [Accessed 19 October 2021].Send your Audio Comments and Questions to firstname.lastname@example.orgConnect With Karlee: WebsiteLinkedInInstagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
iResearch is an online platform that allows users to conduct focus groups all over the world, in any language. With the ability to quickly extract insights from consumers, iResearch provides users the knowledge to make smart business decisions. ConnectQik is an app that allows users to make connections and take part in engaging interactions. Designed to capture business information, you can instantly exchange information with new contacts.In this episode, I talk with iResearch.com and ConnectQik.com founder and CEO, Darshan Mehta, about finding meaningful insights from customers, users and consumers. We discuss how such insights inform product road maps and decision-making, as well as Darshan's four ways to increase your chances of being successful. We also chat about current international business opportunities and his upcoming book, Getting to Aha! - Why Today's Insights are Tomorrow's Facts.Topics In This EpisodeBecome your own worst competitorControl inroads, differentiate yourself and your product4 ways to increase your chances of being successfulStructuring methods, questions and conversations to reveal powerful insightsTapping into the jet streams of society -- getting to the whyFind a connection from your product to an emotion; an exampleWhy you should do focus groups firstMarketing solutions and problem solving versus selling to peopleInternational business opportunities and insightsDarshan's experience living in ThailandContact InfoiResearch Website: https://iresearch.com iResearch (company) LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/iresearch-comDarshan Mehta LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/darshan--mehtaConnectQik Website: www.connectqik.comEmail: DM@iResearch.comGet Darshan's Book: Getting to Aha! - Why Today's Insights are Tomorrow's Facts
Nothing is more destructive than working yourself to death in an unfulfilling 9-5 job simply because you think you have to. In this episode, Dan covers his theory about a conspiracy designed to control the masses into mind-numbing modern-day slavery. Some quotes from the episode: “I can't think of a belief system that hurts the individual more than looking around and asking ‘What's everyone else doing? That must be the right thing to do?'” There's a huge mass of unsuccessful people, and you look around at them and go “I guess that's what should be doing”? That doesn't make sense' Right now, there are government employees all around the world having meetings specifically to figure out how to waste the extra money you paid in taxes so that they can justify asking for that amount again. You get to Friday and think “Oh thank god, now I can just throw my money away on emotionally numbing activities and substances” and then you have to go back to work on Monday. Why is alcohol the only legal drug even though it's one of the most harmful? Because alcohol does something the other drugs don't do: it tranquilises you, and it tires you out. And I can't think of a more perfect drug to keep this system going. You're the one providing the value, and yet your employer is the one getting paid. The idea that what you're interested in can't make money or wouldn't be enjoyable [as a profession] is complete and utter bollocks. I can think of the most ridiculous things that make money just because someone gave it a go. --------- Get Dan Munro's latest book “THE NAKED TRUTH: Using Powerful Honesty to Enhance Your Confidence, Connections and Integrity”: https://www.brojo.org/pub/the-naked-truth-honesty-confidence-connections-integrity If you enjoyed this video, get access to more of BROJO's content and dozens of confidence-building online courses by joining today. It's FREE! Learn more here: https://www.brojo.org/join BROJO is an international self-improvement community run by coaches Dan Munro and Mike Wells. We are focused on how to build confidence through living with integrity and authenticity. We help Nice Guys discover their masculinity, and we focus on supporting people-pleasers of all types to build confidence, integrity, and deeply connected relationships. For more personal support, contact Dan & Mike directly with your questions email@example.com, or complete an application for a FREE coaching session with a BROJO Coach: https://www.brojo.org/apply BROJO's Top resources: The 3X Confidence and Authenticity Masterclass Program [Udemy course] A complete in-depth guide on how to build your confidence by being authentic and living with integrity, following Dan Munro's secret 3X Confidence formula. https://www.udemy.com/course/3x-confidence-and-authenticity-masterclass-programme/?referralCode=E2E2809759BC30A64ED5 Overcome Your Fear of Rejection… Permanently [Udemy course] Say goodbye to fear of rejection, approach anxiety, and missing out on opportunities. This quick but thorough course will destroy your limiting beliefs around rejection. https://www.udemy.com/course/overcome-your-fear-of-rejection-permanently/?referralCode=A463BA253FFB91EC62FC The BROJO Online podcast: https://soundcloud.com/thebrojo
JOIN THE WAITING LIST FOR STUDIO BLOOM: www.assembledancestudiocoaching.com/studiobloom Enrolments open - 29th OCTOBER 2021 6AM! You might know me as a podcaster, business coach and dance studio owner. But do you know how I got into the industry? Like so many of you reading, my awesome Mum took me along to my first class at 3 years old and I was hooked. Once I graduated from school I did what most people from school did, went to university! But it was whilst I was studying (enjoying it, but not loving it) that I got a call one day from my Mum and she mentioned how a cute little hall near our house would be for a dance studio. That's all it took, one little suggestion and I was obsessed. Fast forward to today and I have now been in the industry for over 15 years! I started my studio at 19 and I would attend conferences and events filled with other dance studio owners or business owners and I had so many people saying to me, “you're so young”, “too young” or “wow, so young!”. I get it, looking back and now seeing 19 year olds, I was so young! But at the time, it pushed me. To have a successful studio I knew I HAD to work hard, but 24/7?? That's not what I signed up for! Whenever I attended these conferences or events, the one MAJOR topic that kept coming up when I spoke with more experienced DSOs was “I don't have enough time with my family”... trying to find that work/life balance was a big issue for a lot of DSO's and at the time, being 19, I didn't think much of it. I wasn't planning to have a family of my own at that time so I wasn't worried it would be an issue for me. That being said I knew I wanted a family in the future and like most DSO's starting out, I did EVERYTHING myself so I did often think back to those comments from DSO's struggling to find balance and I wanted to make sure when that time came me and my dance studio were well prepared for me to not be doing everything myself! So I started researching, learning & tweaking, trying to figure out what is the best way to build my business processes and systems! I knew you could grow or build a sustainable business with the business steps in your head… you need to take action! So I knuckled down and got to organising, hoping one day, all that hard work would pay off. Everything came to a head when I had to take maternity leave early due to family reasons. I had to take a step back from the business and well… I am now in month 4 of maternity leave and everything is running smoothly. I jump in to pay bills and wages and I visit when I like, but aside from that my team run, grow & scale my business without me needing to be there! I know what DSOs need to get more time, be in control of their businesses and ultimately grow their student numbers. That is why I started coaching and that is why I created Studio Bloom. If you haven't heard already, I have created a comprehensive 12 week coaching program called Studio Bloom with a 5 step process to really grow your business and watch it flourish! Prepare: Avatars, Goal Setting, Product Ladders & Offers Plan: Pricing, Sales Messaging, Cashflow & Budgeting Nurture: Your Team & Systems Grow: Events, Traffic, Connections & Community Harvest: Automation & a Business Bloom Action Plan Stop being okay with being okay…. It's time to BLOOM! Without a strategic marketing and business plan, you can try a heap of different things and it might get you to your goals eventually, but if you want to take clear, actionable steps to grow (& save your sanity)...This program is for you! On completion of the course, you will walk away with a comprehensive Business Plan that will set you up for success for years to come! But you might ask, ‘how does a business plan lead to growth? Stay tuned for next episode!
According to new research, the number of people struggling with depression is up due to the pandemic. A study published in The Lancet Regional Health-Americas shows that the rise in rates due to COVID is worse than those associated with other large-scale traumatic events like severe weather or terrorist attacks. What do the experts recommend for people struggling with mental health concerns, specifically depression? Guest host Scott Fybush explores that question with our guests: Eric Caine, M.D. , former chair of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Rochester Medical Center Melanie Funchess , mental health advocate, and member of the Greater Rochester Black Agenda Group and the Black Healers Network. Jerome Stiller, owner of Thrive Health and Wellness LLC , and In Our Own Voices presenter for the National Alliance on Mental Illness
Las Vegas Raiders football coach Jon Gruden resigned last week after the New York Times reported on emails he sent in which he made homophobic and misogynistic comments. This came after racist statements Gruden made about a union leader. Some of the emails were sent from his private account. Guest host Scott Fybush leads a conversation in which we discuss just how much employers have legal access to when it comes to workers' emails, whether from company accounts or private accounts. What about other work communication? And we explore the claims of Gruden's supporters, who say that these comments were made long enough ago not to matter anymore. Our guests: Justin Cordello, employment law attorney with Cordello Law PLLC Sharon Stiller , partner and director of the employment law practice at Abrams, Fensterman, Fensterman, Eisman, Formato, Ferrara, Wolf & Carone, LLP Chris Thompson , engineer, activist, and comedian
Deborah Weston, OD, of Weston Town Center Optometry in Florida, says that the practice she and her husband own gained patients and increased profitability by adding time to patient visits and implementing an easier way to connect with patients through MARLO, Alcon's digital contact lens ordering platform.
SCRIPTWRITING TALK AND MORE! Welcome To Plotpoints Podcast! Mark Sevi and Guests Show Notes October 22, 2021 Episode 216 This is Plotpoints Podcast! www.plotpoints.com GO HERE FOR INFO ON SCRIPTWRITING CLASSES Mark's Guest: Audio Engineer and Voice Over Artist TIM KEENAN Joins The Podcast. Tim's Connections: http://www.creativemediarecording.com Twitter: @soundtrack_pro LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tim-keenan-15b3788/ http://www.timkeenan.com/ Twitter: @tjkeenan SHAMELESS PROMOS: Creative Screenwriting Magazine – ARTICLES BY MARK SEVI FOR CS MAGAZINE Latest Article for CS Magazine, The Importance of Titles Final Draft – ARTICLES BY MARK SEVI FOR FINAL DRAFT SHOW DETAILS 00:00:00 INTRO Wideo intro voice provided by Wideo.co Music by Mark Sevi, Interstitial Music by ZakharValaha from Pixabay 00:0:20 TIM AND MARK IN DISCUSSION #AI #speechelo #wellsaid #alexa #timkeenan #thecrow #polarexpress #voiceover #uncannyvalley #dodgers Mark, Tim 00:22:00 Buh Bye Need a Writing Class? For info go to www.scriptwritingclasses.org
If Jeff Clear! Again! It's week 3 for Jeff, so listen in and see if he'll be back again next week. 1. Green, Oil, Branch, Character in E. C. Segar comic strip. 2. Beast, Rising Sun, Drummer, Tracks. 3. Bomb, Game, Oil, Casing. 4. Tail, Sweat, Hawaiian, Top.
What does it take for an artist to make a cover song truly their own? CITY Magazine editor Daniel Kushner explores that question with our guest. We also listen to some of the standout cover songs created by the artist. Our guest: Adam Kubota , bassist for Postmodern Jukebox
The Rochester Jewish Book Festival kicks off October 24 with a special event featuring author Mark Oppenheimer. His book, "Squirrel Hill: The Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting and the Soul of a Neighborhood," highlights a road to healing. Guest host Scott Fybush talks with Oppenheimer about the hopes, fears, and tensions that those healing confront during the process. Our guests: Mark Oppenheimer, author of "Squirrel Hill: The Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting and the Soul of a Neighborhood" Andrea Miller, director of the Lane Dworkin Rochester Jewish Book Festival
This week Rori is joined by Niki Connor, holistic chef and host of Laurel Canyon Kitchen. They talk about applying the past to your future, setting healthy boundaries for intimacy and the importance of emotional intelligence in a partner.⭐️What did you think of today's podcast episode? Let us know in the comments!!⭐️ Check out Storic Media for more: http://storicmedia.com/shows/
Has modern technology severed humanity's connection with nature? Is there a way to live harmoniously with all sentient beings? Host Shawn Berry tackles these difficult questions and offers hope for a sustainable, communal society. Rites of passage and ceremony have incredibly close connections to the Earth and its cyclical nature, making this topic instrumental to men's work. Shawn shares his reflections and insights on the meaning of climate change, ritual death, and rites of passage in this comprehensive episode. Highlights and Topics: Is the phrase “rites of passage” often misused? What does it mean in the context of men's work? How can you connect more intimately with nature? How did we become so disconnected from the natural world? Did specialization contribute to a compartmentalized society? What are the negative side effects of a technology driven economy? How can we take the positive aspects of the modern world and create a sustainable future? What is a ritual death and rebirth? Rising Man Links: Fire Circles | Are you ready to join other men JUST LIKE YOU who have found a way to RISE ABOVE life's challenges and create a life of purpose and fulfillment? Join our online men's circle! Elements | 3 Day Wilderness Immersion for men ready to reconnect with the wild man inside. Ignite | 12 week online program designed to ignite your purpose and propel you into freedom. Features weekly calls, online modules, growth assignments, and community support! Fire Circles | Are you ready to join other men JUST LIKE YOU who have found a way to RISE ABOVE life's challenges and create a life of purpose and fulfillment? Initiation | Compass Program - 4 day 4 night Vision Fast in the wilderness, with preparation and incorporation calls in the months before and after. Website | RisingMan.org Instagram | @risingmanmovement Instagram | @jeddyazuma YouTube | The Rising Man Movement - featuring videos of each Monday Morning Meditation episode and clips from the interviews!
Have you heard of Emotional Awareness and Expression Therapy (EAET)? It's a form of mind-body medicine used to treat chronic pain. A documentary called "This Might Hurt" explores the role of the brain in chronic pain and how EAET can be used to manage it. Dr. Howard Schubiner is the director of the Mind Body Medicine Center at Providence Hospital in Michigan. His use of EAET to help patients is explored the film. We talk with Schubiner and additional experts about the therapy, what the research shows, and how they think the medical system needs to change to help more people suffering from chronic pain. Our guests: Howard Schubiner, M.D. , director of Mind-Body Medicine program at Providence Hospital in Southfield, Michigan Aaron Olden, M.D., physician and owner of Mindful Medicine Rochester William Watson, Ph.D. , associate professor in the Departments of Psychiatry and Neurology at the University of Rochester Medical Center
The Biden administration recently announced it will be making big changes to Public Service Loan Forgiveness program. The news was celebrated by borrowers working in public service who have found the program's requirements to be confusing or too strict. For instance, what is considered "public service"? This hour, the experts help us understand the program, the changes made to it, and what borrowers need to know. Our guests: Anna Anderson, supervising attorney at the Regional Consumer Law Unit of Legal Assistance of Western New York, Inc. Stuart Hencke , executive director of the Rochester Education Foundation Winston Berkman-Breen , deputy director of the Advocacy and Policy Counsel at the Student Borrower Protection Center
Jessica Buck is the Founder and Owner of TJR Investments, LLC. A problem-solver by nature, Jessica has invested in single-family homes and multifamily, initially passively and currently as a partner in a GP team. She has a passion for assisting others and ensures her investments improve the life of residents and communities alike. Jessica is a senior legal administrator in the U.S. Army and leverages her strong background in financial management, building strong relationships, leadership, and acquisitions to source and acquire multifamily investments that will yield strong returns for her investors. [00:01 - 04:14] Juggling Army and RELet's get to know Jessica BuckJessica shares her journey to real estateDoing a house hack[04:15 - 25:22] Mastering Your ConnectionsWhy Jessica chose multifamilyGetting into a mastermind, Apartment Investing SecretsJessica's Story as a General Partner18 Years in the Military, Learning to NetworkMoving around and living in 8 countriesTips on Out-of-State InvestingHow to Find the Best PartnersJessica talks about trust and connection[25:23 - 36:41] THE FINAL FOURWhat's the worst job that you ever had?Working in an auto body shopWhat's a book you've read that has given you a paradigm shift?Rich Dad Poor DadWhat is a skill or talent that you would like to learn?Dance betterWhat does success mean to you?Financial and time freedom“Creating a legacy for my children.”Putting actions behind your wordsConnect with Jessica. Links available belowTweetable Quotes:“Just understanding the market has been definitely helpful.” - Jessica Buck“You definitely have to trust the people that you work with.” - Jessica BuckConnect with Jessica through firstname.lastname@example.org, LinkedIn, or 978-440-0738 and find freedom through mastering your networks.LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW by clicking this link. WHERE CAN I LEARN MORE?Be sure to follow me on the below platforms:Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google, or Stitcher.LinkedInYoutubeExclusive Facebook Groupwww.yonahweiss.comNone of this could be possible without the awesome team at Buzzsprout. They make it easy to get your show listed on every major podcast platform.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/weissadvice)
Hi Thirds!!! As scorpio season approaches we are ready to give yall some tips!! We also get into quotes that we love and live by, a lot of spirituality and of course end it with our youtube topics - libra energy and mental health. We hope you have a great last week of libra season and can't wait to kick it with ya'll next week!
The week we look at the benefits to your business by building and maintaining strategic connections. You will find tips and tricks on finding, connecting, and converting fellow business professionals to your strategic connection.
We discuss a new campaign at the House of Mercy. The Radical Compassion campaign is "actively working to preserve, promote and restore the dignity, value and independence of every human person without distinction or judgment." This hour, we talk about the goals of the campaign and we hear how radical compassion has helped the House of Mercy fulfill its mission. Our guests: Sister Grace Miller , founder of the House of Mercy Earl Thomas , House of Mercy volunteer
We begin the hour with a conversation about priorities for Rochester with City Council candidate Stanley Martin. Our goal is to talk with all of the Council candidates on the ballot prior to Election Day. Martin answers our questions and your about why she's running and what she hopes to accomplish, if elected. Our guest: Stanley Martin
The Ibero-American Action League and Rochester Latinx leaders have released a 53-page document outlining their recommendations for how to address issues that impact Rochester's Latinx community. This hour, we discuss the 2021 Rochester Latinx Agenda and its priorities relating to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Our guests: Marlene Cortés , senior manager for the Language Access Program at the Empire Justice Center Sady Fischer, director of diversity, equity and inclusion for Excellus BlueCross BlueShield Angelica Perez-Delgado, CEO of Ibero-American Action League Anthony Plonczynski-Figueroa , co-founder of La Cumbre and Latinos United for Progress
Are you ready to elevate the heck out of your mindset as it relates to sales?Have you ever had a little internal cringe when thinking about writing a sales post (or just when you think about making sales in general)?You are not alone!We have just closed out our biggest launch ever for the Content, Connections and Conversions Mastermind™ and it was amazing (I promise details are on their way!) and I received the most beautiful messages around how I've shown up in this launch and made sales.And I can tell you now that I never previously loved selling, and it is still a bit of an edge for me to sell and something that I am constantly working on (full transparency).So the reason why I attract people with our sales and why we've grown without doing all of the things is because my ENERGY around sales is good, and not so much about the strategy behind it.So I wanted to introduce to you my loves, the Sales Stacking Mindset Practice that I use to feel good and easeful in sales and energetically get behind making said sales. If you're ready to make more sales and sign more clients in a way that is good for you and your humans then this practice is really going to lift your energy and make this possible.You'll want to save this one to come back to, because I've recorded this so that you can come back, press play and use this to elevate your energy into sales being of the highest service to your people.Ready?Let's Dive In!LINKS:Website: https://www.elisedanielle.com/Instagram: @elise_danielle_Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/purposedrivenbadasswomen
Join children's book authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig as they talk to transportation analyst (with a degree in civil engineering) and children's book author Hannah Holt about Connections (Roundabouts, Writing, and Underwear). Books recommended on this episode:Mae Among the StarsRoda Ahmed (Author) Stasia Burrington (Illustrator)The Ocean Calls: A Haenyeo Mermaid StoryTina Cho (Author) Jess X. Snow (Illustrator)Dr. Fauci: How a Boy from Brooklyn Became America's DoctorKate Messner (Author) Alexandra Bye (Illustrator)Jada Jones: Sleepover Scientist #3Kelly Starling Lyons (Author) Vanessa Brantley-Newton (Illustrator) & 1 moreHow to Code a SandcastleJosh Funk (Author) Sara Palacios (Illustrator)
Local breast cancer experts say there's misinformation being circulated about when to have mammograms. We talk about the latest in screening, treatment, and research for breast cancer -- especially during the pandemic. Our guests: Avice O'Connell, M.D. , director of women's imaging, and professor in the Department of Imaging Sciences at the University of Rochester Medical Center Carla Falkson, M.D. , medical director of Pluta Cancer Center, director of the Breast Oncology Clinical Research program and Breast Cancer Service Line, and professor in Department of Medicine and the Cancer Center at the Wilmot Cancer Institute Andrea Reynolds, mom and metastatic breast cancer advocate Megan Mack , executive producer of "Connections" who is being treated for breast cancer
We continue our conversations with candidates for Rochester City Council. We've invited every candidate on the ballot to talk about their priorities for the city. Our guests this hour: Mitch Gruber *Stanley Martin *Stanley Martin cancelled her appearance on the program Monday morning. She will now join the program on Tuesday, October 19 at 1 p.m.
Gary finishes his conversation with Rev. Mickey Schneider about his fifty-year pulpit ministry. Pastor Schneider reveals more of the connections he had with major figures in 20th century Reformed Theology. The church grows through the individual connections and relationships made over the years. Christians should always take the opportunity to meet new people and learn new things from other Christians. You never know where it may lead...
Family Crisis Center Special Projects and Compliance Director Kathryn Johnson is responsible for so many things for the agency... from making sure the agency is in compliance with grants, to educating staff on cultural diversity. In this episode, Stuart and Kathryn talk about her job and why she chose her particular career path.
Local children's health advocates say they are increasingly concerned about the mental and behavioral health needs among the community's kids. They say the pandemic, violence in schools and the community, and the stressors of living in poverty have left many children -- especially those from disadvantaged communities -- with unmet needs. This hour, our guests examine the gaps in services and make their recommendations for how to increase access to care. Our guests: Brigit Hurley , senior director of advocacy and program for The Children's Agenda Sara Taylor, parent advocate, and founder of the BIPOC PEEEEEK Communities of Color Parent Mental Health project Marc Fliedner , director of the PAIR and PAIMI programs for Disability Rights New York
Voters in New York will see five proposals on the ballot this Election Day. Two relate to voting rights and one pertains to clean air and water. What do voters need to know? And what impact would the proposals have, if passed? We discuss these questions with our guests: Assemblymember Jen Lunsford (D) , District 135 Peter Iwanowicz , executive director of Environmental Advocates NY Lisa Nicolay , Republican commissioner for the Monroe County Board of Elections
FIRE FRIDAY - Networking is an integral part of success in business. Connections are everything and who you know is sometimes more important than what you know. For this Fire Fridays episode, I'm sharing a quote from Porter Gale that I find fascinating and to be true of entrepreneurship and why I think it's such an important thing for us to think about. Find Hayley on Instagram: @hayleyluckadoo 50% off Flodesk for life: flodesk.com/c/HAYLEY Get 50% off Honeybook: share.honeybook.com/hayleyluckadoo
Jeff nailed it last week, so he's back again this week to see if he can make one win into two. Enjoy! Here are today's clues: 1. Language, Omen, Dollar, Ratify. 2. Punch, Participate in kegling, Super, Dust. 3. Amtrak Zephyr, Dreaming, Proper name in CHiPs, Pizza restaurant locale. 4. St. Mark and Red, Evens, Uncool crowd, Die faces.
Election Day is less than a month away. This year, there are five proposals on the ballot -- four of which will directly impact voters in Western New York. This hour, we discuss the first proposal: Amend the process for determining congressional and state legislative districts. Our guests weigh in on the process of redistricting at the state/federal and county/local levels. The County Legislature and the Independent Redistricting Commission are hosting public hearings about proposed state maps. Our guests this hour explain what voters need to know. Our guests: Barbara Grosh, president of the League of Women Voters of the Rochester Metropolitan Area Jennifer Wilson, deputy director of the League of Women Voters of New York State Tom Ferrarese, member of the League of Women Voters, and former Commissioner of the Board of Elections Mark Assini, former Gates Town Supervisor, and current chief administrative officer at American Rock Salt
A local production about sexual identity and religion is back by popular demand. We talk with cast members of OFC Creations' production of "BARE" . The pop opera tells the story of a Catholic school boy who is in love with his roommate, and both of their struggles with coming out. Cast members have shared their perspectives during talkbacks after the performances. We've invited them to continue the conversation on Connections. Our guests: Eric Johnson , director/producer of BARE, and founding executive director of OFC Creations Theatre Center Jack Mountain, cast member playing Lucas Evan Williams, cast member playing Jason Callan Comeau, cast member playing Matt