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In many organizations, those who supervise individual contributors are often neglected when it comes to development opportunities. Not at WM. Phil Rhodes describes how they are providing a transformative program for all 3,600 of these leaders, which has led to 90%+ retention rate for those who complete the program. You'll want to take notes to capture all the fantastic strategies Phil shares.Phil is Head of Learning and Leadership Development at WM, formerly Waste Management, a Fortune 250 company and North America's largest environmental services company. Phil joined the People Organization at WM in 2021 and led the successful reorganization of WM's learning organization. This effort supported the design and delivery of more consistent learning and leadership development solutions for the company's 50,000+ employees. Phil and his team at WM were just named Bronze Winner of the Learning in Practice Award by Chief Learning Officer for their first-line leaders program.You'll discover: The “listening tour” Phil conducted before re-designing WM's learning organizationHow the CEO and the leadership team consider “People First” before making decisions that impact employeesWhat WM did to provide a virtual coach to every front-line leaderHow Cohort Learning is used to support learners and ingrain skillsWM's generous program for educational assistanceCheck out all the episodesLeave a review on Apple PodcastsConnect with Meredith on LinkedInFollow Meredith on TwitterDownload the free ebook Listen Like a Pro
Join Lydia and Shiri Sarfati of Repêchage fame as they sit down with Michelle to discuss how they found their place in industry by building a beauty empire and the importance of holiday spa offerings. Tune in as the trio discusses...[2:50] How Lydia revolutionized seaweed skin care. [13:55] Owning a business and loving what you do.[17:25] Navigating the holidays for success. [30:44] The importance of continuing education in the industry.[38:50] Shiri's evolution in Repêchage. Follow DERMASCOPE:Instagram: @dermascopeFacebook: facebook.com/dermascopeTikTok: @dermascopeAdditional Links:Visit our website here.Learn more about this podcast here.Learn more about Repêchage here.
“You know, it's easy to say that default answer that everything's okay, but it's really not. She's lost a lot of her vision, she's got hundreds of seizures at night, and she's having difficulty walking,” shares Luke Rosen about his eight-year-old daughter Susannah. She was born with KIF1A-associated neurological disorder -- or KAND -- a rare, degenerative genetic disease for which there is currently no cure or treatment. On this episode of Raise the Line, Luke talks about how he and his wife Sally summoned the strength to move beyond their family's own challenges to create KIF1A.org which is working to rapidly discover a treatment for all patients and families affected by this devastating disorder, but to also create a supportive community. “Five years later, we have approximately four hundred families around the world that we've identified and there's not one family I know that doesn't play a significant role in what we do.” Thanks to that global community and partnerships with the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Columbia University, the n-Lorem Foundation, the Jackson Laboratory and many other organizations, there's reason to be hopeful, as Luke shares with host Shiv Gaglani. “Susannah has been fortunate enough to just have started an experimental treatment. We really are on the brink of several things for, hopefully, the entire community.” Tune in for a candid and moving look at how families and supportive scientists and healthcare providers are mobilizing to fight back against a rare and pernicious threat to their children.Mentioned in this episode: https://www.kif1a.org/
Rev. Dr. David Lewis — Associate Professor of Exegetical Theology at Concordia Seminary St Louis, Erika Bennett — Director of Continuing Education at Concordia Seminary St Louis, Heather Choate Davis — Faith & Film Festival Co-Creator, and Rev. Jacob Wampfler — Faith & Film Festival Co-Creator, join Andy and Sarah to talk about the Faith & Film Festival at Concordia Seminary, including how the Festival began, what makes film a unique medium for discussing theological topics, the films and speakers on the agenda for the 2023 festival, and how to register. Learn more and register at csl.edu/resources/continuing-education/faith-and-film-festival.
As we continue our focus on rare diseases on Raise the Line, we're delighted to be joined by Dr. Alaa Hamed, Global Head of Medical Affairs, Rare Diseases at Sanofi, one of the leading pharmaceutical companies in the world. Although most well known for their focus on lysosomal storage disorders including Gaucher and Pompe disease, Dr. Hamed and his team at Sanofi are also working in adjacent disease spaces depending on the systems affected. “For example, the lysosome in Pompe disease affects the neuromuscular tissues, so we have a neuromuscular disorder interest as well.” In their discussion, Dr. Hamed and host Shiv Gaglani also touch on the efforts Sanofi is making to shorten the diagnostic odyssey for rare disease patients, including building more disease awareness and greater global infrastructure. “From the inception, we thought that having universal access is a key part of the rare disease equation.” You'll also learn about the challenges of drug development, the importance of maintaining policy incentives to focus on rare diseases, and where innovation is needed most to advance outcomes for patients. Mentioned in this episode: https://www.sanofi.com/
“Imaging has really become the tip of the spear of the patient journey,” says Daniel Arnold, CEO of Medality. In order to train future radiologists in this critically important and complex specialty, and keep current practitioners on top of their game, Arnold and his team are on a mission to transform the way radiologists learn by offering an online solution that mimics practicing radiology in the field. “Our goal is to make it easy for radiologists to learn a new subspecialty in just five minutes per day.” In his conversation with host Shiv Gaglani, Arnold touches on how Medality (formerly MRI Online) is connecting radiology practices with people who have the skills they need most. The two also discuss the importance of getting imaging diagnoses correct the first time, why radiologists can't just rely on what they learned in residency and fellowship, and the impact of artificial intelligence and other technological advances in the field. “Being a part of the puzzle around how we disseminate new lifesaving technologies is what really motivates us and gets us excited.”Mentioned in this episode: https://mrionline.com/
Last week's episode covered the broad topic of continuing education for team members, but this week's episode digs into a plethora of options. For those on a very tight budget, Bethany gives the option of starting a magazine or book club on your team. She recommends several specific books and lists off a number of good dental and business magazines. She also discusses getting involved with local study club chapters as a way of some very low-cost education and networking. Finally, she moves on to discuss conferences and seminars but does not stay within the dental field. She branches out to recommend things that might not cross the mind when considering education for a team. Although this will certainly not be an exhaustive list, have your pen and paper ready! You will want to take notes on this episode. Magazines: Journal of DentistryDental EconomicsJournal of Periodontology Dentaltown MagazineDentistry IQDental NewsJournal of the American Dental Association Journal of Endodontics Journal of Dental Hygiene Books: Reclaiming Conversation The Psychology of Persuasion The Happiness AdvantagePrimal Teams The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the WorkplaceThe Psychology of Selling Differentiate or Die Word of Mouth Marketing Don't forget to check out our social media for moreManaging Dental Drama FBManaging Dental Drama IGConnect with the Managing Dental Drama Community!Managing Dental Drama Membership Club Sign UpWait! There's More!We want to hear YOUR voice!Text a 2-minute voice memo to 214.326.4605 with your questions, comments, real-life example, or tips for a chance to have YOUR voice on the air!
In today's VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we talk to Dr. Natalie Young, PharmD, about all things pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics when it comes to antibiotics! If you're prescribing antibiotics EVERY. SINGLE. DAY., you'll want to check out this podcast as we discuss how we can implement appropriate antimicrobial stewardship in our veterinary clinic, and why it's important. Find out how we can improve client compliance with antibiotics, and what common mistakes we want to avoid when it comes to interpretation of culture and susceptibility reports. Lastly, why is this important? Because of antibiotic resistance! Tune in to learn it from this veterinary pharmacist!
It's the Lack of Thought That Counts: Ethical Decision Making in Dual Relationships Curt and Katie chat about dual relationships. We talk about the types of dual relationships, how often therapists get in trouble for these types of relationships, how to manage dual relationships, and the ethical decision making process to go through to decide whether to engage in a dual relationship. This is a law and ethics continuing education podcourse. Transcripts for this episode will be available at mtsgpodcast.com! In this podcast episode we talk about ethical decision making to navigate dual relationships We take a deeper dive into the complex relationships that we can have with our clients, our supervisors and our supervisees. What are dual relationships? Therapists know a lot about a very specific dual relationship: having sex with your clients, which is not acceptable There are many different types of potential dual relationships (we talk about the definitions of each type) The different hats we may wear with clients and colleagues How do you manage a dual relationship? Open conversations Outside neutral party facilitating the transition in the relationship The assessment of benefit or harm, whether there is coercion Exploring how culture interacts with these types of relationships How often are therapists getting in trouble for dual relationships? About 1/3 of complaints are due to sexual relationships with clients Other types of complaints include conflict of interest, non-sexual, or not described Concerns in rural areas are actually less dual relationships than incompetence Most complaints happen after the relationships have ended Why do therapists engage in harmful dual relationships? “Oftentimes [in predatory dual relationships] there is a conspiratorial element of it – if the client knows (hey, we're stepping across the line) or there is a very manipulative element if the therapist is framing it as this is good for you. And so, once there's a rupture or an end to the relationship and you start talking about, oh, my therapist did this and people are like "what?!?!", I think it's that element of [realizing] I've been wronged by my therapist, and let me go and tell the world that they did this thing.” – Katie Vernoy, LMFT Boundary slips Manipulation, intellectualization Not a thoughtful process Not an examination of bias Therapists going through an intuitive process versus a formal decision-making process What is a strong formal process for ethical decision making? “One of the calls to action, as far as any other ethics professors: really reinforcing the importance of an ethical decision-making model, because that is what the licensing boards and the ethics committees want you to do. If you go through a good model, and even if you end up with slightly the wrong answer, if you've put good thought into it, it at least formalizes the process and gives people an insight into how you're thinking about things.” – Curt Widhalm, LMFT Pope and Vasquez have a 17 Step Process for ethical decision making Deeply examining the question, the impact, and exploring any bias Identifying and understanding relevant laws and ethics Consultation, documentation, and evaluation We walk through a specific dual relationship question: what happens if your client refers a friend and colleague to you? How do you decide whether to take the client or not? Our Generous Sponsor for this episode of the Modern Therapist's Survival Guide: Thrizer Thrizer is a new modern billing platform for therapists that was built on the belief that therapy should be accessible AND clinicians should earn what they are worth. Their platform automatically gets clients reimbursed by their insurance after every session. Just by billing your clients through Thrizer, you can potentially save them hundreds every month, with no extra work on your end. Every time you bill a client through Thrizer, an insurance claim is automatically generated and sent directly to the client's insurance. From there, Thrizer provides concierge support to ensure clients get their reimbursement quickly, directly into their bank account. By eliminating reimbursement by check, confusion around benefits, and obscurity with reimbursement status, they allow your clients to focus on what actually matters rather than worrying about their money. It is very quick to get set up and it works great in completement with EHR systems. Their team is super helpful and responsive, and the founder is actually a long-time therapy client who grew frustrated with his reimbursement times The best part is you don't need to give up your rate. They charge a standard 3% payment processing fee! Thrizer lets you become more accessible while remaining in complete control of your practice. A better experience for your clients during therapy means higher retention. Money won't be the reason they quit on therapy. Sign up using bit.ly/moderntherapists if you want to test Thrizer completely risk free! Sign up for Thrizer with code 'moderntherapists' for 1 month of no credit card fees or payment processing fees! That's right - you will get one month of no payment processing fees, meaning you earn 100% of your cash rate during that time. Receive Continuing Education for this Episode of the Modern Therapist's Survival Guide Hey modern therapists, we're so excited to offer the opportunity for 1 unit of continuing education for this podcast episode – Therapy Reimagined is bringing you the Modern Therapist Learning Community! Once you've listened to this episode, to get CE credit you just need to go to moderntherapistcommunity.com/podcourse, register for your free profile, purchase this course, pass the post-test, and complete the evaluation! Once that's all completed - you'll get a CE certificate in your profile or you can download it for your records. For our current list of CE approvals, check out moderntherapistcommunity.com. You can find this full course (including handouts and resources) here: https://moderntherapistcommunity.com/podcourse/ Continuing Education Approvals: When we are airing this podcast episode, we have the following CE approval. Please check back as we add other approval bodies: Continuing Education Information CAMFT CEPA: Therapy Reimagined is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFTs, LPCCs, LCSWs, and LEPs (CAMFT CEPA provider #132270). Therapy Reimagined maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Courses meet the qualifications for the listed hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. We are working on additional provider approvals, but solely are able to provide CAMFT CEs at this time. Please check with your licensing body to ensure that they will accept this as an equivalent learning credit. Resources for Modern Therapists mentioned in this Podcast Episode: We've pulled together resources mentioned in this episode and put together some handy-dandy links. Please note that some of the links below may be affiliate links, so if you purchase after clicking below, we may get a little bit of cash in our pockets. We thank you in advance! Pope: Steps in Ethical Decision Making California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT) Code of Ethics References mentioned in this continuing education podcast: Boland-Prom, K. Johnson, J. & Gunaganti, G. S. (2015) Sanctioning Patterns of Social Work Licensing Boards, 2000–2009, Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 25:2, 126-136, DOI: 10.1080/10911359.2014.947464 Brownlee, K., LeBlanc, H., Halverson, G., Piché, T., & Brazeau, J. (2019). Exploring self-reflection in dual relationship decision-making. Journal of Social Work, 19(5), 629–641. https://doi.org/10.1177/1468017318766423 Pearson, B., & Piazza, N. (1997). Classification of dual relationships in the helping professions. Counselor Education and Supervision, 37(2), 89-99. Pope, K. S., Vasquez, M. J. T., Chavez-Dueñas, N. Y., & Adames, H. Y. (2021). Ethics in Psychotherapy and Counseling: A Practical Guide (6th ed.). Wiley. Wilkinson, Tyler, Dannielle Smith, and Ramona Wimberly. "Trends in ethical complaints leading to professional counseling licensing boards disciplinary actions." Journal of Counseling & Development 97.1 (2019): 98-104. *The full reference list can be found in the course on our learning platform. Relevant Episodes of MTSG Podcast: Dual Relationships: Pros and Cons Negotiating Sliding Scale Therapists Are Not Robots: How we can show humanity in the room Therapy as a Political Act: An interview with Dr. Travis Heath What You Should Know About Walk and Talk and Other Non-Traditional Counseling Settings Part 1 and Part 2 Therapy with an Audience: An interview with Doug Friedman, LCSW Small Town Sex Therapist: An interview with Jeanette Tolson, LCSW, CASAC Whole Person Therapist Episodes Therapy for Executives and Emerging Leaders Who we are: Curt Widhalm, LMFT Curt Widhalm is in private practice in the Los Angeles area. He is the cofounder of the Therapy Reimagined conference, an Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University and CSUN, a former Subject Matter Expert for the California Board of Behavioral Sciences, former CFO of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, and a loving husband and father. He is 1/2 great person, 1/2 provocateur, and 1/2 geek, in that order. He dabbles in the dark art of making "dad jokes" and usually has a half-empty cup of coffee somewhere nearby. Learn more at: www.curtwidhalm.com Katie Vernoy, LMFT Katie Vernoy is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, coach, and consultant supporting leaders, visionaries, executives, and helping professionals to create sustainable careers. Katie, with Curt, has developed workshops and a conference, Therapy Reimagined, to support therapists navigating through the modern challenges of this profession. Katie is also a former President of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. In her spare time, Katie is secretly siphoning off Curt's youthful energy, so that she can take over the world. Learn more at: www.katievernoy.com A Quick Note: Our opinions are our own. We are only speaking for ourselves – except when we speak for each other, or over each other. We're working on it. Our guests are also only speaking for themselves and have their own opinions. We aren't trying to take their voice, and no one speaks for us either. Mostly because they don't want to, but hey. Stay in Touch with Curt, Katie, and the whole Therapy Reimagined #TherapyMovement: Patreon Buy Me A Coffee Podcast Homepage Therapy Reimagined Homepage Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Consultation services with Curt Widhalm or Katie Vernoy: The Fifty-Minute Hour Connect with the Modern Therapist Community: Our Facebook Group – The Modern Therapists Group Modern Therapist's Survival Guide Creative Credits: Voice Over by DW McCann https://www.facebook.com/McCannDW/ Music by Crystal Grooms Mangano https://groomsymusic.com/
Clinical psychiatric pharmacist Dr Ben Malcom with Spirit Pharmacist, joins me to share which medications don't mix with which psychedelics, the process of combining the worlds of psychopharmacology + psychedelics AND his consultation practice that advocates for safe psychedelics exploration. In this episode, you'll hear: The cultural narrative about depression, SSRIs + the combination of psychotropic meds and psychedelics. How the DSM5 diagnoses depression How psychedelics can help treat depression or other mental health challenges + diagnosis The pressures in our culture about not being on psychotropic medications or antidepressants + the challenging withdrawals from anti-depressants + other psychotropics Tapering off of psychotropic medications Indications that it is not a good time for someone to start tapering from SSRIs The neurochemical benefits to psychedelics Reducing toxicity or mitigation strategies for harm reduction The development of the field of psychology + the tool of psychedelic assisted therapy How ketamine, MDMA, psilocybin, LSD, ayahuasca interact with psychotropic medications The affects on long term antidepressant on our society THE SKINNY ON OUR SEXY GUESTS Dr. Ben Malcolm earned his bachelor's degree (BS) in pharmacology at the University of California at Santa Barbara, prior to his Masters in Public Health (MPH) and Doctorate of Pharmacy (PharmD) at Touro University California. He then completed post-graduate residencies in Acute Care at Scripps Mercy Hospital and Psychiatric Pharmacy at the University of California at San Diego Health. After residency he passed his exam to become Board Certified in Psychiatric Pharmacy (BCPP). He began his career as an Assistant Clinical Professor at Western University of Health Sciences (WUHS), College of Pharmacy. Dr. Malcolm envisions a society in which access to psychedelic drugs in a variety of safe and supported settings is available for purposes of psychospiritual well-being, personal development, ceremonial sacraments, and treatment of mental illness. His vision guides his scholarship, education, and service-related professional activity. Dr. Malcolm's interests focus on the intersection between psychiatric medications and psychedelic therapies. He has given several Continuing Education presentations to pharmacists and other healthcare professionals as well as published over a dozen articles in peer-reviewed literature relating to psychedelics or psychiatric medications. Today he provides psychopharmacology consulting, education on psychedelics, and a resource and support membership relating to the use psychedelic and psychotropic medications via his site https://www.spiritpharmacist.com Free Resources Antidepressant and Psychedelic Drug Interaction and Tapering Guide https://www.spiritpharmacist.com/ADpsychedelicGuide Bridging the Gap: Navigating Psychedelics and Psychotropics https://www.spiritpharmacist.com/navigatingpsychotropicpsychedelicinterfacereg 5-MeO-DMT Pharmacology and Drug Interaction Guide https://www.spiritpharmacist.com/opt-in-FiveGuide Breakthrough Psychedelics at a Glance: MDMA, Psilocybin, Ketamine https://www.spiritpharmacist.com/pl/2147604511 Want more? If you've been desiring to experience orgasm for yourself, embody the archetype of the seductress, reach transcendent states in sex, + develop a deep devotion to your own body + inner landscape-- My 6 week Erotically Undone course is for you. Good sex + cultivating those skills takes time + devotion. Take this course at your own pace. https://learn.sexloveyoga.com/EroticallyUndone --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sexlovepsychedelics/message
For this special bonus episode of the podcast, we wanted to feature a conversation on gratitude, presented by the Office of Human Resources. Three faculty members discussed what gratitude means to them and what it can do for all of us and our wellbeing. Rev. David Orique, O.P., assistant professor of history, led the presentation, followed by Matthew Ericksen, Ph.D., professor of management, and Patricia McLaughlin, J.D. '84, who has taught general law in the School of Continuing Education for more than 20 years. Subscribe to the Providence College Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Play, and YouTube. Visit Providence College on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Snapchat, and LinkedIn.
In this episode I have an engaging conversation with real estate investor and tech executive, Dan Gandee. We talk about Dan's unique perspective on this market, how you can best position yourself in your market and the opportunities that exist even with high rates. Episode breakdown: 02:40 - Is there an affordability shift? 04:15 - Dan's market perspective 08:00 - "What" is as important as "how" 09:30 - Positioning in your marketing 12:50 - Dan staked a position on probate 14:55 - The biggest limiting belief 18:10 - Finding your perfect client 20:50 - 90% nurture & 10% "I wanna buy!" 24:45 - Opportunities in this market 28:40 - Opportunity with high rates 32:25 - Biggest blind spot for real estate & mortgage pros? Dan Gandee is an active real estate broker, investor, and real estate marketing consultant. He owns two investment firms, a marketing agency, and serves as VP of Growth at a real estate technology startup based in the Silicon Valley. Dan has worked in all aspects of real estate and holds a Bachelor's Degree in Advertising from Kent State University. His diverse experience includes ground up new construction, design & build, asset management, landscape architecture, TOP 0.01% real estate brokerage, and $100M+ real estate multifamily hedge funds. “I'm still buying in this market, it's the terms that I want. It's good debt. Sometimes I want the debt more than the property…returns are my ultimate goal.” - Dan Gandee Find Dan on Instagram: @OregonRealEstateExpert LiftoffAgent.com ExitOregon.com Make your Continuing Education easy and CHECK OUT Empire Learning! If you are enjoying the MME podcast, please take a second and LEAVE US A REVIEW, and JOIN our text group: 214-225-5696
Jess Reynolds is a practicing doctor of acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine, as well as a registered massage therapist located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. In early 2020, he and his partner Brianne founded Aim Online Education, a company dedicated to providing online continuing education courses for integrative and allied health care providers. Jess's company is different from other continuing education providers companies because they approach the online aspect of continuing education differently. They make a real effort to make their courses affordable and to reflect the fact that it is being taken online as opposed to in person. Jess has been teaching for about ten years and has a background in teaching in person as well. The company offers courses on acupressure, which is their most popular course, yoga, business skills, and many more. Some are free, so give them a try! In this episode, you will learn the following: 1. What makes Aim Online Education different from other continuing education providers? 2. What is the focus of the courses offered by Aim Online Education? 3. What are some of the most popular courses offered by Aim Online Education? Get 40% off any course purchase at Aim Online! https://www.aimonline.com/wccp Get all the links, resources and show notes here: https://wellnesscentercreators.com Sponsored by Jane App, Jane offers online booking, charting, scheduling, secure video and invoicing on one secure, beautifully designed system: https://jane.app/ Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it!
“One of the reasons I really wanted to be at Walmart is that you're touching people that truly have a need,” says Dr. John Wigneswaran, the retail giant's Chief Medical Officer. And giant is not an overstatement. 150 million Americans visit a Walmart every week, and there is a store within ten miles of 90% of the U.S. population. In terms of healthcare, there are roughly 5,000 Walmart pharmacies, 4,000 of which are in medically underserved areas. Walmart visitors also have access to primary and urgent care, labs, x-ray and diagnostics, behavioral health, dental, optometry and hearing services. So, clearly, the company is in a unique position to make a big impact in the healthcare space whatever they choose to do. One of their most recent choices is to boost the participation of rural and underserved communities in clinical research, which Dr. Wigneswaran sees as an extension of their existing mission. “Ultimately, what we're trying to do to is drive safer, high quality and equitable care, and research is just one of the levers,” he tells host Shiv Gaglani. Tune in to learn about the evolution of a growing player in America's healthcare system which could include initiatives in diabetes, nutrition education, wound care and HIV.Mentioned in this episode: Walmart Health and Wellness
In today's VETgirl podcast, we interview Dr. Richard Meadows, DABVP (Canine and Feline) on what you need to know about vaccines in small animal practice. When it comes to Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease (CIRD), what etiologies cause this? Which vaccines should you be reaching for in your canine and feline patients, and how do we determine what is "core" versus "non-core?" How do we best communicate vaccination strategy with our pet owners and improve preventative care? Tune in to learn more and learn it in this VETgirl podcast!
There are so many questions surrounding continuing education for employees – Should we do group continuing education? Should I pay for C.E.? What if we travel – what do I pay for? In this episode, Dr. Kuba and Bethany talk about all of these questions and more. Is it truly worth it to provide continuing education experiences for team members? Dr. Kuba shares specifics about her investments in a variety of educational opportunities for her employees. She and Bethany discuss travel contracts as well as the risks of investing in education. Previous Episode Worth Revisiting: The Basics of Team BuildingThe Art of Retaining Good Employees in a Post-Pandemic MarketDon't forget to check out our social media for moreManaging Dental Drama FBManaging Dental Drama IGConnect with the Managing Dental Drama Community!Managing Dental Drama Membership Club Sign UpWait! There's More!We want to hear YOUR voice!Text a 2-minute voice memo to 214.326.4605 with your questions, comments, real-life example, or tips for a chance to have YOUR voice on the air!
In this episode Millie chats to Carolyn Costin. Carolyn is a world renowned eating disorder clinician, author and international speaker. Recovered from anorexia in her twenties, as a young therapist Carolyn recognized her calling after successfully treating her first eating disorder client. Carolyn was first to publicly take the position that people with eating disorders can become fully recovered. After 15 years in private practice and running hospital programs, Carolyn was determined to improve the relapse rate and recognized a gap in the eating disorder field. She opened Monte Nido, the first residential facility in a home setting, surrounded by nature, where evidenced based treatment was combined with alternative therapies such as meditation and yoga and clients were “retrained” to shop for, prepare and cook food. Carolyn's contributions to the field are extensive. Her six books, service in every major eating disorder organization, three decades of training professionals worldwide, free study groups and the outstanding success of Monte Nido all spurred Carolyn to international acclaim. In 2016, Carolyn left Monte Nido and created The Carolyn Costin Institute. The Institute offers Continuing Education for clinicians, Eating Disorder Coach Certification, Mentor Training and Educational support for families of those with eating disorders. They do a deep dive into Carolyn's 8 Keys to Recovery and discuss why each one of them is integral to full recovery from an eating disorder.There is hope at ended.org.au endED is a nonprofit organisation and needs your support to continue providing guidance and hope for those affected by eating disorders. DONATE HEREFollow endED on Facebook or Instagram Find out more about Millie Thomas Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
I am honored to connect with Dr. Chris Palmer today! He is a psychiatrist and researcher working at the interface of metabolism and mental health. Mental illness can devastate lives! Some members of Dr. Palmer's family struggled with serious mental health issues, and his mother's experience with the mental health system impacted him deeply. He found the system incompetent and ineffective, and many mental health clinicians were distant, aloof, and snobbish. In this episode, he shares his background and explains how a patient changed his career trajectory in 2016. We dive into the connection between mental disorders and metabolic disease, the traditional focus of psychiatry, the value of low-carb and ketogenic diets, the role of mitochondria, and mitochondrial dysfunction. We also get into intergenerational transmission of trauma and the importance of sleep, and Dr. Palmer discusses his new definition of mental health. Looking at mental health through a metabolic health lens makes so much sense! I believe that Dr. Palmer's new book will be an incredible resource for clinicians, their patients, and their patient's families. Tune in to hear what he says about the link between metabolic disorders and mental health issues. IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN: The traditional methodology used to address and treat psychiatric illnesses when Dr. Palmer started in the mental health field. The serendipitous way in which medications for mental problems got developed. Why are most psycho-therapies and treatments ineffective for treating chronic PTSD and depression, and personality disorders? Why mental disorders are currently the leading cause of disability on the planet. How an experience with a patient-led Dr. Palmer to understand the connection between metabolic health and mental health. The connections that contributed to the miraculous changes Dr. Palmer's patient experienced. How does the ketogenic diet affect the body and brain? The role of the mitochondria in the body and how they contribute to mental health. The impact of intergenerational trauma. How intergenerational trauma could show up as mental health issues in future generations. The interplay between sleep and mental health. Dr. Palmer gives an overview of his new definition of mental health. Bio: Dr. Chris Palmer Dr. Chris Palmer is a psychiatrist and researcher working at the interface of metabolism and mental health. He is the Director of the Department of Postgraduate and Continuing Education at McLean Hospital and an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. For over 25 years, he has held leadership roles in psychiatric education, conducted research, and worked with people who have treatment-resistant mental illnesses. He has been pioneering the use of the medical ketogenic diet in the treatment of psychiatric disorders - conducting research in this area, treating patients, writing, and speaking around the world on this topic. More broadly, he is interested in the roles of metabolism and metabolic interventions on brain health. Connect with Cynthia Thurlow Follow on Twitter, Instagram & LinkedIn Check out Cynthia's website Connect with Dr. Chris Palmer On his website Go to www.brainenergy.com to get involved with Dr. Palmer's new approach to mental health and learn more about his book. On Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter
Joel Baden and Tisa Wenger discuss colonial narratives, indigenous theology, and the downsides of going to a “Promised Land” in Deuteronomy 26:1-11. The text is appointed for Thanksgiving Day (USA), in Year C of the Revised Common Lectionary.More Yale Bible Study resources, including a transcript of this episode, at: https://YaleBibleStudy.org/podcastFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BibleYaleJoel Baden is Professor of Hebrew Bible and Director of the Center for Continuing Education at Yale Divinity School. Tisa Wenger is Associate Professor of American Religious History at Yale Divinity School.Connect with Yale Bible Study: Facebook: @YDSCCE Twitter: @BibleYale YouTube: youtube.com/c/YaleBibleStudy LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/yds-center-for-continuing-education Thank you for listening!
There's no question that we need dramatic changes in the area of mental health, including care, education, and research. Dr. Chris Palmer is the Director of the Department of Postgraduate and Continuing Education at McLean Hospital and an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. For over 27 years, he has held administrative, educational, research, and clinical roles in psychiatry.
Today I talk to Dr. Chris Palmer (@chrispalmermd), a Harvard psychiatrist and neuroscientist researching the link between metabolism and mental health. He is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and the Director of the Department of Postgraduate and Continuing Education at McLean Hospital. What We Discuss with Dr. Chris Palmer If you're interested in alternative health and want to learn more about the role brain energy and metabolism play in our mental health, this episode is for you! Dr. Chris Palmer discusses the surprising discovery of how brain energy affects mental illness in an easy-to-understand way. Thanks for listening! Dr. Palmer has generated the first sweeping theory of what causes mental illness, incorporating existing research into one unifying idea—the brain energy theory of mental illness. You can discover more in his new book Brain Energy: A Revolutionary Breakthrough in Understanding Mental Health—and Improving Treatment for Anxiety, Depression, OCD, PTSD, and More. -►Purchase Brain Energy: https://amzn.to/3Gppbb4 (Amazon Link) Full show notes and resources can be found here: https://passionstruck.com/dr-chris-palmer-brain-energy-mental-health/ Brought to you by Indeed, Masterclass, and InsideTracker. --► For information about advertisers and promo codes, go to: https://passionstruck.com/deals/ --► Prefer to watch this interview: https://youtu.be/5m6Ypo8pP1U Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter or Instagram handle so we can thank you personally! --► Subscribe to Our YouTube Channel Here: https://www.youtube.com/c/JohnRMiles Want to find your purpose in life? I provide my six simple steps to achieving it - passionstruck.com/5-simple-steps-to-find-your-passion-in-life/ Did you hear my interview with Robin Sharma, one of the top personal mastery and leadership coaches in the world and a multiple-time number-one New York Times best-selling author? Catch up with episode 209: Robin Sharma on Why Changing the World Starts by Changing Ourselves ===== FOLLOW ON THE SOCIALS ===== * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/passion_struck_podcast * Gear: https://www.zazzle.com/store/passion_sruck_podcast Learn more about John: https://johnrmiles.com/
This episode is brought to you by ButcherBox, InsideTracker, and Colima Salt. We are in the midst of a global mental health crisis, and mental illnesses are on the rise. But what causes mental illness? And why are mental health problems so hard to treat?Today on The Dhru Purohit Podcast, Dhru sits down with Dr. Chris Palmer to discuss a revolutionary new way of understanding and treating mental illness, specifically with a ketogenic diet and mitochondrial repair. Dr. Palmer shares some truly amazing stories about patients struggling with severe psychiatric illnesses who have been able to regain their health and independence along with a greater quality of life.Dr. Palmer is a psychiatrist and researcher working at the interface of metabolism and mental health. He is the Director of the Department of Postgraduate and Continuing Education at McLean Hospital and an assistant professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. For over 25 years, he has held leadership roles in psychiatric education, conducted research, and worked with people who have treatment-resistant mental illnesses. In this episode, we dive into: -The number-one driver of mental health disorders today (1:48)-The role metabolism plays when it comes to mental health disorders (2:42)-The patient who changed the way Dr. Palmer treats mental illness (8:10)-The long-term outcomes of using medical interventions for depression (18:32)-Dr. Palmer's personal history with mental illness and what he noticed after making changes to his diet (23:44)-The role mitochondria play in mental disorders (53:11)-The causes of mitochondrial dysfunction (1:01:26)-Pharmaceutical drugs and mitochondrial dysfunction (1:14:23)-Understanding the current treatment model of mental health disorders (1:21:30)-How to address metabolic health to improve mental disorders (1:30:17)For more on Dr. Chris Palmer, visit his websites, chrispalmermd.com and brainenergy.com. Get his book, Brain Energy, here. This episode is brought to you by ButcherBox, InsideTracker, and Colima Salt.ButcherBox has a variety of different boxes, and you can choose your box and frequency. For a limited time, you can sign up and get two pounds of ground beef free for a whole year PLUS $10 off by going to butcherbox.com/dhru.InsideTracker provides detailed nutrition and lifestyle guidance based on your individual needs. Right now, they're offering my podcast community 20% off. Just go to insidetracker.com/DHRU to get your discount and try it out for yourself.Right now, you can get a bag of Ava Jane's Kitchen Colima Sea Salt for free and just pay for shipping and handling. Head on over to dhrusalt.com and try Colima Sea Salt for free today! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode I have a fun conversation with a good friend who is also a customer experience expert, Brittany Hodak. We chat through ways to future-proof your business with superfans, how to divide your time between finding new fans & serving existing ones, as well as the best ways to provide value and exceed expectations! Episode breakdown: 01:50 - Brittany's World Record 06:30 - Future-proof your business 08:55 - Chase new fans or serve current audience? 11:15 - The 3 Phases of Customer Management 13:45 - How to exceed expectations 19:05 - Explain the value you provide 21:00 - The long road to a book starts with…pizza 26:30 - The Platinum Rule Brittany Hodak is an award-winning entrepreneur, author, and customer experience speaker who has delivered keynotes across the globe to organizations including American Express and the United Nations. She has written hundreds of articles for Forbes, Adweek, Success, and other top publications; she has appeared on programs on NBC, CBS, ABC, and CNN; and she has worked with some of the world's biggest brands and entertainers, including Walmart, Disney, Katy Perry, and Dolly Parton. Entrepreneur magazine calls her “the expert at creating loyal fans for your brand.” Brittany's debut book, Creating Superfans, will be in stores in January 2023. “You're going to get referrals, but not TODAY! You've got to be great at recruiting new customers, and you also have to be great at taking care of your existing customers.” - Brittan Hodak Get your copy of Superfans: BrittanyHodak.com/book Make your Continuing Education easy and CHECK OUT Empire Learning! If you are enjoying the MME podcast, please take a second and LEAVE US A REVIEW, and JOIN our text group: 214-225-5696
On this fascinating episode of the Myers Detox Podcast, Dr. Chris Palmer joins the show to talk about brain energy and a breakthrough in understanding mental health. Dr. Palmer is renowned psychiatrist who is speaking up and advocating for mental health patients, using cutting edge research to get to the real root cause of many of these debilitating conditions. Dr. Palmer covers so many incredible topics such as why people are being medicated and not getting better, how certain types of diets and clearing up metabolic issues have lead to full remission in patients diagnosis, and how various diseases can actually lead to mental disorders. Dr. Palmer is on a mission to change how we view and approach mental health, so tune in and learning about his amazing breakthrough. On today's podcast, you will learn: Why our current mental health treatment model doesn't work. Are some medications actually making mental disorders worse? How metabolic issues are the actual the cause of many mental disorders. The pitfalls of how mental disorders are diagnosed. The important difference between mental states and mental disorders. Dr. Palmer's groundbreaking Brain Energy Theory and why it changes how we approach mental illness. Lifestyle and environmental factors that play a larger role than genetics in mental illness. Top tips to address mental disorders using this new understanding of mental health. Dr. Chris Palmer's Bio: Dr. Christopher M. Palmer is a Harvard psychiatrist and researcher working at the interface of metabolism and mental health. He is the Director of the Department of Postgraduate and Continuing Education at McLean Hospital and an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. For over 25 years, he has held administrative, educational, research, and clinical roles in psychiatry at Harvard. He has been pioneering the use of the medical ketogenic diet in the treatment of psychiatric disorders conducting research in this area, treating patients, writing, and speaking around the world on this topic. Most recently, he has developed the first comprehensive theory of what causes mental illness, integrating existing theories and research into one unifying theory, the brain energy theory of mental illness. You can learn more about Dr. Palmer and his work at Make sure to go to to learn more about his incredible book at the fascinating research behind it.
“We're the richest country on the planet, healthcare access has to be core to who we are,” says Karthik Ganesh, CEO of EmpiRx Health, one of the fastest growing healthcare services companies in the country and the industry's only value-based Pharmacy Benefit Manager. Ganesh and his team believe that radical changes are needed in the country's healthcare system and they're working to create a better experience for patients, providers, businesses, and insurance companies alike. Ganesh has deep experience in the healthcare insurance industry and health data management with stops in his career at Aetna, Express Scripts and Deloitte, and he's also the author of The Happiness Model: A Roadmap to Inner Peace. In his conversation with host Michael Carrese, Ganesh talks about why employers need to learn more about value-based care, and how healthcare needs to become a less transactional relationship with the provider. He also touches on some of the key factors that make EmpiRx different from traditional PBMs. “We are as equally focused on health outcomes as we are financial outcomes.” Mentioned in this episode: https://www.empirxhealth.com/
#094- [CEU Podcast] More than half of the people in the US living with HIV are 50 years old and older. With the use of antiretroviral medications, people who were diagnosed with HIV decades ago have been able to live well into older adulthood. Sadly, stigma due to age, sexual orientation, gender identity, and HIV status contributes to poor mental and physical health among older adults living with HIV. In this continuing education podcast, you'll learn current statistics related to HIV among people aged 50 and over, you'll discover: the social, cultural, and medical reasons that adults 55 and older live with HIV longer before getting a diagnosis. intersections between HIV and mental health concernstools for helping older adults living with HIV.Click here to Visit Show Notes Page Attention! Social Workers, Therapists, Counselors, Psychologists, Aging Life Care Experts... Click here to get Continuing Education Credits for Listening to this podcast
For more information regarding this CME/CE activity and to complete the CME/CE requirements and claim credit for this activity, visit: https://www.naceonline.com/courses/deep-dive-into-oab-in-the-elderly-your-questions-answeredSummaryIn this activity, Dr. Matt Rosenberg akes a deeper dive evaluation and management of OAB in elderly patients. Dr Rosenberg answers the five most commonly asked questions by clincians during recent presentations on Overactive Bladder (OAB) at NACE live virtual symposiaLearning ObjectivesUpon completion of this activity, learners should be able to:Identify lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) and the differential diagnosis in elderly patients.Contrast clinically relevant differences between currently available agents for OAB.Individualize the management of OAB in elderly patients based on their comorbidities, medical needs, and living environment.Moderator:Gregg Sherman, MDChief Medical OfficerNational Association for Continuing EducationPlantation, FLFaculty:Matt T. Rosenberg, MDDirector, Mid-Michigan Health CentersJackson, MIThis activity is accredited for CME/CE Credit.For more information regarding this CME/CE activity and to complete the CME/CE requirements and claim credit for this activity, visit: https://www.naceonline.com/courses/deep-dive-into-oab-in-the-elderly-your-questions-answeredThe National Association for Continuing Education is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.The National Association for Continuing Education designates this enduring activity for a maximum of 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.National Association for Continuing Education is accredited by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners as an approved provider of nurse practitioner continuing education. Provider number: 121222. This activity is approved for 0.25 Contact hours (which includes 0 hours of pharmacology).This educational activity is supported by an educational grant from Urovant Sciences, Inc.Please visit http://naceonline.com to engage in more live and on demand CME/CE content.
Tyler Slade began in the roofing industry in 1997. He is a certified Malarkey contractor, HAAG-certified, and a professional home and business insurance consultant. Tyler has received numerous awards in the insurance field such as Pacesetter, Commercial Lines Coverage Specialist, and Canyonlands Master Agent of The Year. Tyler has taught Continuing Education to insurance agents. His understanding of insurance and roofing combined allows him to better serve homeowners when dealing with roofing claims or repairs. Tyler and his wife, Sherida, have eight children and enjoy hiking, traveling, and playing board games. On this episode, we talk about the true purpose of your roofing company. Links: https://sladeroof.com/ Check out the Pitch Pro Movement: https://www.pitchpromovement.com/jim Give us your feedback! https://ask.roofermarketers.com For Tips, Strategies, and Free Downloads visit our website and join the Roofing Success Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/1940365569408073/ https://roofermarketers.com The Roofing Success Podcast Text Jim @ (612) 512-1812 – Say Hi! I would love to hear your feedback, pros & cons! Please leave us a review!
We will learn: How and why some psychiatric medications cause harm and keep people ill. Why and how metabolism and mitochondria can explain all the symptoms of mental illness. How to self-assess your metabolic and mental health. What if I told you that new research is showing that everything we've previously known about mental health is wrong? You might have noticed headlines trending recently, like BREAKING: Depression is not caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain. Or BREAKING: Research Fraud: Is Everything We Think We Know About Alzheimer's Disease Wrong? So basically, decades of research, drugs, and treatments for mental illness are worthless. Based on fraud, or misinformation. New research shows that mental health is directly impacted by our metabolism. So this episode is about the ways food and lifestyle impacts our minds, how exactly mental illness is related to your metabolic function, and what you can do to improve it. Our guest is Dr. Christopher M. Palmer. He is a Harvard psychiatrist and researcher, working at the interface of metabolism and mental health. He is the Director of the Department of Postgraduate and Continuing Education at McLean Hospital and an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. Most recently, he has developed the first comprehensive theory of what causes mental illness, integrating existing theories and research into one unifying theory—the Brain Energy Theory of Mental Illness. This is pioneering research so get excited because it will change the way you view and approach mental health. Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/263 Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes from your highest self. Get Mind Love Premium for exclusive ad-free episodes and monthly meditations. Support Mind Love Sponsors See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's episode of the podcast, we interview Dr. Chris Palmer, a psychiatrist, researcher, and expert in using the keto diet as a medical treatment for some treatment-resistant patients. Dr. Palmer is currently the director of the Department of Postgraduate and Continuing Education at McLean Hospital and is an assistant professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. He also runs his private practice specializing in treatment-resistant mental health patients. Link to blog here.
Welcome to the Next Level Yoga Academy podcast! We hope you enjoy this episode about the importance of continuing education for yoga teachers! ***Grab our Free E-Book Beyond Yoga Teacher Training! Practical steps to getting your yoga teaching journey started: https://bit.ly/NEXTLEVELEBOOK Join our ever growing Facebook group with lots of insight and community support here https://www.facebook.com/groups/877157179591939/. Have a question? Email us at email@example.com . Need personalized mentorship? Schedule a discovery call with Pedro here https://calendly.com/nextlevelyogaacademy/60min. Follow us on Instagram at @nexlevelyogaacademy. More about us and our mission at www.nextlevelyogaacademy.com
In this VETgirl online veterinary continuing education podcast, we interview Dr. Michelle Clancy and Dr. Maritza Goller of IndeVets on how being a veterinarian makes you a better parent, and how being a parent makes you a better veterinary professional! Tune in for some parenting life hacks for veterinary professionals! Today's VETgirl podcast is sponsored by IndeVets. IndeVets is creating a whole new way to work that puts vets like us first. They combine what makes associate work reliable with what makes relief work super flexible. That means all their doctors get proper pay for the hours they work, full benefits, and total schedule control -; with a team dedicated to their happiness and growth every step of the way. IndeVets is vet-led and currently hiring highly competent and nice doctors. Check out them out at indevets.com.
Dr. Taher Dhoon created The Colorado Surgical Institute to teach dentists to place dental implants, among other things. He's a practice owner and one of the Dental Success Institute's "black belt" coaches. It turns out, he's a pretty interesting guy to have a conversation with, too! Some of the topics we covered: How did the Colorado Surgical Institute come about? How does the Colorado Surgical Institute help a dentist assess their existing skill set and what kind of educational challenge they're looking for? Do all dentists need to be surgeons? Was Taher always a "surgery guy?" Is "implant marketing" pointing people at implants that really just need comprehensive restoration of teeth? Communication skills are probably more important than surgical skills (although surgical skills are important) How have some of the state laws on "volunteer licenses" changed the way dentists will do continuing education moving forward? How important is "hands-on" for a new skill set like implants? Will we be able to get hands-on training for more than just implants and surgery? (spoiler: YES!) Some links from the show: use coupon code VeryDental10 for 10% off courses at the Colorado Surgical Institute! Go get your ticket and your room for Voices of Dentistry 2023! Join the Very Dental Facebook group using the password "Timmerman," Hornbrook" or "McWethy." If you'd like to support the Very Dental Podcast Network then you should support our sponsors! -- It's time to stop hating removable! Dr. Russell Schafer is teaming up with our friends at CAD-Ray to teach Dentures: Fit, Bite and Smile at the CAD-Ray Las Vegas campus! You'll learn analog and digital techniques to provide predictable and efficient complete denture care! Check it out at verydentalpodcast.com/lasvegas. -- Our friends at CAD-Ray want you to know that there has never been a better time to get into intraoral scanning! They sell and support all kinds of digital dentistry products from scanners, to printers and even cloud based software! For instance, the Medit i600 itraoral scanner is priced at just about $13,000! And if you didn't know, CAD-Ray now distributes 3Shape scanners and the amazing Trios 4 wireless just had a $10,000 price cut! It comes in under $25,000. And all these options come with CAD-Ray's unbeatable support! Go check it out at verydentalpodcast.com/cadray! -- If there is one thing that's changed the way I look at teeth the most, it's probably the headlight I use with my loupes. Our friends at Enova make amazing loupes and distribute Zumax dental microscopes, both the best you can buy. But the amazing, weightless and cordless Qubit, Quasar or Quantum headlights (all others are just toys) are the biggest game changer. But be careful…if you try one, you're going to buy one! Why haven't you checked out Enova Illumination yet? You can get a killer deal on all things Enova by using the Very Dental link you'll find at verydentalpodcast.com/Enova! -- Have you been looking at your supply bill lately? Prices are REALLY going up on all the things you use every day in your office. Our friends at Crazy Dental understand and are here to help! Very Dental listeners can get 10% off their orders from Crazy Dental by using coupon code “VERYDENTAL10”! Go check out their amazing catalog and save yourself 10% off of their already amazing prices at verydentalpodcast.com/crazy! -- If you're looking for a one stop dental marketing solution, then look no further than the Wonderist Agency. Wonderist can help you with branding and a killer website. They'll design ad campaigns no matter how you want to get your name out there. But maybe most importantly, they'll show you how your marketing plan is working! They have industry leading analytics that help you understand what works and what doesn't in your area and they'll help you spend your marketing dollar in the wisest way possible! Go check out the Wonderist Agency at verydentalpodcast.com/Wonderist!
In this episode I chat with a high-performing real estate pro and rock star social media expert, Katie Day. We talk about the best practices to have success using social media, ways to grow your business without being salesy, and the role that engagement plays in converting leads in closings! Episode breakdown: 03:08 – How to have success with marketing 05:00 - Providing value instead of a sales pitch 07:25 - Does your content pass the DMV test? 08:25 - Katie's origin story 12:00 - Mixing what you do with who you are 19:15 - Bad Realtor ad tropes 21:20 - What Realtors want from Lenders 28:25 - The role engagement plays in growth 31:05 - Creating deeper relationships 34:25 - Advice for mortgage pros Katie Day is the Team Leader for Move Me To TX. She has an infectious personality and a love for educating people about real estate. From growing up in Maryland, attending University of Tampa in Florida to settling in the Houston area in 2011, Katie is always focused on assisting sellers preparing their homes for sale to obtain top dollar in a competitive market. She strives to recruit Real Estate agents and team members to better serve her clients. “Whether they work with me or my competitor, at least they're better educated. Because I don't think we educate our clients well, either in the Mortgage space or the Real Estate industry.” - Katie Day Find more about Katie: movemetotx.com Make your Continuing Education easy and CHECK OUT Empire Learning! If you are enjoying the MME podcast, please take a second and LEAVE US A REVIEW, and JOIN our text group: 214-225-5696
Would you rather be poked with a needle, or get a diagnosis from a non-invasive scan? Most of us would choose the latter, if we had the option. Needle biopsies also come with the risk of infection and other complications that can be avoided by obtaining a diagnosis via imaging. Those are just some of the advantages underpinning the work of Perspectum, a global precision health company focused on improving the diagnosis, treatment, and management of metabolic diseases and cancer. As founder and CEO Dr. Rajarshi Banerjee explains to host Michael Carrese, “I can work out with incredible clarity what kind of prostate cancer someone has, and what treatment they're likely to respond to, just from a scan.” Other applications include diagnosing and monitoring liver disease, and more recently, doing multi-organ scans to aid in evaluating long COVID. Banerjee also sees a role for Perspectum's computer-assisted imaging technology in combatting the rising tide of chronic disease in the U.S. “Unless we do something about them, there is going to be a fourfold rise in breast, colon and liver cancer in the next two decades.” Check out this enlightening look at new tools to help providers customize treatments and provide better care for patients. Mentioned in this episode: Would you rather be poked with a needle, or get a diagnosis from a non-invasive scan? Most of us would choose the latter, if we had the option. Needle biopsies also come with the risk of infection and other complications that can be avoided by obtaining a diagnosis via imaging. Those are just some of the advantages underpinning the work of Perspectum, a global precision health company focused on improving the diagnosis, treatment, and management of metabolic diseases and cancer. As founder and CEO Dr. Rajarshi Banerjee explains to host Michael Carrese, “I can work out with incredible clarity what kind of prostate cancer someone has, and what treatment they're likely to respond to, just from a scan.” Other applications include diagnosing and monitoring liver disease, and more recently, doing multi-organ scans to aid in evaluating long COVID. Banerjee also sees a role for Perspectum's computer-assisted imaging technology in combatting the rising tide of chronic disease in the U.S. “Unless we do something about them, there is going to be a fourfold rise in breast, colon and liver cancer in the next two decades.” Check out this enlightening look at new tools to help providers customize treatments and provide better care for patients. Mentioned in this episode: https://www.perspectum.com