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Inside with Brett Hawke
#290 Ryan Moss discusses surf photography, breaking back in Oahu

Inside with Brett Hawke

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 33:29


Ryan Moss is a charismatic award winning photographer and filmmaker with a one-track mind to inspire the world by sharing his passion and love of nature through the images he creates. Some of his clients include National Geographic, Red Bull, and Outside Magazine (just to name a few). A self-educated visual artist, he draws his inspiration from the ocean, mountains, people, and travel that play such an important role in his life. When he isn't traveling, he can be found in Hawaii, sipping an almond milk dark chocolate latte while scanning the horizons for his next adventure. Enjoy! 00:00 Bratter PA, Immigration Law 00:05 Hello Ryan Moss 00:35 AnyQuestion 02:30 Surfing 03:45 Shooting landscape 06:15 Growing up 07:50 How'd it start? 09:35 Aligning with surfers? 14:10 100K cameras? 16:30 Motion vs. Still 18:36 Beine Wellness 19:24 Swim Angelfish 20:00 Swim training for a photographer? 23:15 Coordinating with surfers 26:00 Breaking his back 32:45 SwimTraxx Our Sponsors: BRATTER PA IMMIGRATION LAW: Exclusive immigration representation of athletes, entrepreneurs, artists, investors, and entertainers. SWIM ANGELFISH: Receive the tools and skills needed to teach swimmers with autism, physical disabilities, anxiety, sensory and motor conditions with Swim Angelfish, the global leader in adaptive swim. Get certified online today! BEINE WELLNESS BUILDING: Individualize your nutrition with genetic testing and personalized plans. Eat, supplement, and recover based on your genetics. SWIMTRAXX: Swimtraxx One is the smartest swim specific tracker. Track your time, heart rate, and stroke rate all from the same device. INTL SWIMMING HALL OF FAME: Help preserve swimming history by joining the 1 in 1000 Club! VASA: Essential dryland for stronger, better, faster swimmers. Save 10% using the code "brett" at checkout! DESTRO SWIM TOWERS: Save $150 per double swim tower by using the code "brett" at checkout! SWIMNERD: Big and small digital pace clocks, virtual scoreboards, and live results. Subscribe to the Swimnerd Newsletter. #surfing #surfphotography #photography

Falun Dafa News and Cultivation
933: Cultivation Story: [Japanese Minghui] Cultivating Myself While Coordinating Japanese Minghui

Falun Dafa News and Cultivation

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 12:38


Amidst the challenges of coordinating the Japanese Minghui site, a practitioner finds compassion by seeing the good in others, and together they grow and improve. Original article from Minghui.org: "[Japanese Minghui] Cultivating Myself While Coordinating Japanese Minghui”

No-Problem Parenting™ How to Become the Confident Leader Your Kids Crave You to Be, More Respect, Better Relationship, Get
EP. 105 Holistic Health; Get your kids eating veggies and keep up their immunity with Special Guest Dr. Christy Matusiak

No-Problem Parenting™ How to Become the Confident Leader Your Kids Crave You to Be, More Respect, Better Relationship, Get

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 35:06


Welcome Back No-Problem Parents!   Meet my guest today Dr. Christy Matusiak a holistically-driven chiropractic physician practicing in Wilmette, IL with Integrated Holistic Healthcare. She has spent over the last decade helping patients overcome autoimmune conditions, digestive issues, hormonal imbalances, musculoskeletal pain, chronic inflammation, and more. She uses many systems to get a detailed picture of what is going on with each of her patients and focuses on identifying the root cause of these conditions, addressing all areas of health (physical, nutritional, emotional, and energetic). Dr. Christy deeply values the patients she serves to help them and their families live a truly happy, healthy, and fulfilled life. And she works hard to do this without the use of drugs and surgery!   She is the host of YouTube channel Dr. Christy Cares where she shares videos with secrets on living a naturally healthy life. She is also the author of the new book “Coordinating the Chaos – Through Birth and Burnout.” It is to support the newly post-partum mother, struggling with finding herself and gaining the mental clarity to be present for her growing family. There is beauty in those challenges, and Dr. Christy shares her own experiences and experiences with patients to guide women through this stage of life with ease! The book also provides holistic tips on maintaining your baby's health!   Dr. Christy has been married for 17 years and is a mom to 3 beautiful boys, ages 12, 9, and 6. She remains active with them and is committed to her own health and physical fitness. Dr. Christy will never give a patient a suggestion that she doesn't follow herself. She recognizes that one's journey towards health is always evolving. Through this, she strongly values growth and self-reflection. She truly believes that “health begins within each of us!”   Learn more about Christy by clicking one of the links: Email: christymatusiak@gmail.com Websites: www.christymatusiakdc.com www.integratedholistic.com Amazon book link: Coordinating the Chaos – through birth and burnout https://amzn.to/3JvUxKY YouTube: Dr. Christy Cares https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTPLVPJ6LQnR5HeGVSML25A   _____________________________________________________________________________________________ "Thank You to Deerwood Bank for sponsoring today's podcast!"  Click the link to learn more about Deerwood Bank:  https://deerwoodbank.com/location/waite-park/   _____________________________________________________________________________________________   Are you ready to become a No-Problem Parent? Get Me Started!   Have you heard about our NEW BOOK! No-Problem Parenting; Raising Your Kiddos with More Confidence and Less Fear! Click Here to Purchase the Book and GET FREE SHIPPING  Your Copy   Want access to ALL of Jaci's favorite resources, trainings, parenting course and all things No-Problem Parenting? Learn more at https://www.noproblemparents.com/ Follow us on FB Follow us on IG Follow us on LinkedIn     Hugs and High Fives,   Jaci      

Dental Digest
149. Dr. Courtney Lavigne - Coordinating Peg Lateral Cases With The Orthodontist

Dental Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 35:33


Click here for Spear Live December 2-3 2022. AACD Annual Conference 2023 Podcast Website Follow @dental_digest_podcast Instagram Follow @dr.melissa_seibert on Instagram Connect with Melissa on Linkedin Dental Digest Podcast Facebook   Dr. Courtney Lavigne practiced restorative dentistry for a decade before selling her fee-for-service cosmetic practice to specialize in orthodontics. She earned her doctorate at the University of Connecticut, graduating at the top of her class and being inducted to Omicron Kappa Upsilon national honor society. During her ten years of practice she became the youngest female accredited through the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. She also gained fellowship in the Academy of General Dentistry and the Pierre Fauchard Academy. Dr. Lavigne has lectured nationally on clinical esthetic techniques, practice profitability, and patient communication. In 2014, she started a fee-for-service practice from scratch in Wayland, MA where she gained a reputation for esthetics and patient-centric care. She then went on to orthodontic residency at Tufts University. Today she strives to use her distinctive experience in the two disciplines of restorative dentistry and orthodontics to improve interdisciplinary workflow and communication between the restorative quarterback and the specialists on the treatment team. Dr. Courtney Lavigne is a native of Rhode Island and a graduate of LaSalle Academy in Providence. In her spare time she can be found with her husband Chris, their daughter Yvette, and their miniature labradoodle, Lenny. She is an avid snow-skier and water-skier, a mid-century modern furniture buff, and an interior design enthusiast. She'll also talk your ear off about Jackson Hole or Maui, her two favorite places to visit.

The Red Wagon Estate Planning & Elder Law Show
Understanding Your Last Will and Testament

The Red Wagon Estate Planning & Elder Law Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 21:58


A “last will and testament” (or the lack of one) largely determines who gets our or our loved one's assets after death. Also, a will is subject to state laws that guide when and how our assets are distributed. It's an important document, so it's important to understand how a will ensures that our wishes are put into motion.  Jeff explains what a will is, what it covers, and the protection it provides. He describes what to expect when it's time to file a will with the court. And based on his experiences, Jeff shares sound advice for how to store our documents and when to update them. It's an informative discussion on one of the best ways we have to create peace of mind. Key Takeaways  01:23 – What is a will? A “will” is a document, also known as a “last will and testament”   The will defines who gets what, when, and how   The executor/executrix must file a “probate petition” and meet with the court  The “letters testamentary,” issued by the Register of Wills Office, confirms the validity of the will and gives the executor authority to take control of the testator's estate   Once authority is granted, the executor may carry out the testator's wishes based on information in the will  “Intestate succession” means that the decedent did not leave a will, in which case the court determines the administrator (similar to an executor) and how the estate will be handled 04:20 – What assets are covered by a will?  A will covers any asset that is owned solely by the testator and does not have a designated beneficiary  A will must go through probate The probate process ensures that the appropriate taxes, notices, and other obligations are handled in a timely fashion and in accordance with the state's rules Probate is neither good nor bad, but avoiding probate can leave assets unprotected 07:22 – How and when should a will be stored, updated, and filed? A will gets filed with the court after death  The will filed with the court must be the original, not a copy Until the will is filed, be sure the original document is kept in a safe, secure location We recommend updating a will if the testator moves to another state after creating or last updating the will  We strongly recommend updating the financial power of attorney if the testator moves to another state  17:02 – Do wills need to be notarized? Wills do not need to be notarized "Self proving of a will” means that the testator and witness signatures have been notarized If not notarized, people must swear an oath to the validity of the signatures when the will is filed with the court Coordinating the witnesses to swear an oath can delay the process, so we recommend that wills are notarized Links and Resources Mentioned Bellomo & Associates workshops: https://bellomoassociates.com/workshops/  For more information, call us at (717) 845-5390 Connect with Bellomo & Associates on Social Media Twitter: https://twitter.com/bellomoassoc  YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/user/BellomoAssociates  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bellomoassociates  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bellomoassociates/   LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bellomoandassociates  Ways to work with Jeff Bellomo Contact Us: https://bellomoassociates.com/contact/ Practice areas: https://bellomoassociates.com/practice-areas/

The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers
Coordinating Major Success in Minor League Baseball w/Zack Raab

The Work in Sports Podcast - Insider Advice for Sports Careers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 50:55


There are many benefits to working in minor league sports. The WorkInSports Podcast chats with Zack Raab about possible career paths in the minors.One of the most effective ways to set yourself up for a long career in the sports industry is by gaining the right experience as soon as possible. While internships are a great way to get your feet wet in the business, how do you find your fit in sports? One area that can help you narrow your focus is minor league sports.One of the many benefits of working in minor league sports is the relatively small size of the staff compared to the demands of the business. The small teams require workers to merge job duties and get involved in many departments, such as ticketing, marketing, public relations, equipment, and partnerships. In the minor leagues, employees need to wear a lot of hats, making it a perfect atmosphere to learn what aspects of the industry you are most passionate about pursuing.Today's guest on the WorkInSports Podcast is Zack Raab, Minor League Baseball Club Services Coordinator. Raab is a liaison between every minor league baseball team and the specialists that enhance their marketing and fan engagement efforts. He took a circuitous path to landing in minor league baseball, doing freelance gigs and traveling to Israel to work with the Israel Association of Baseball before landing his current role. He discusses the following with VP of Content and Engaged Learning Brian Clapp:• What drew him to working in baseball• What he did to stand out and land his position• The benefits of working in minor league sportsListen to the full episode and subscribe to the WorkInSports Podcast for more sports career advice. Additional content can be found on our YouTube channel!

Pipeline Meeting
Customer lifecycle marketing with Madison Zimmerman at Property Meld

Pipeline Meeting

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 15:46


Madison Zimmerman has taken full lifecycle marketing on as head of marketing at Property Meld, a proptech (property technology) B2B SaaS company. Our discussion includes:* Generating new leads through webinars. Making webinars that people actually show up to and find interesting -- it's true, it's possible.* Managing inbound with HubSpot. How marketing and their outbound BDR team use HubSpot for marketing and sales automation.* Quantifying pain to justify pricing. Their custom scorecard drives their sales process and helped them increase their prices. * Coordinating with customer success. Beyond generating leads, their marketing team focuses on win rates and retention, all in HubSpot.* Trying new technologies. They implemented a new lead concierge tool called Chili Piper. It works and they learned something else, too.Find Madison Zimmerman on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/madisonzimmerman/Learn more about Property Meld: https://propertymeld.com/

Contaminated Site Clean-Up Information (CLU-IN): Internet Seminar Video Archives
Federal Facilities Online Academy: Coordinating with Tribes at Federal Facilities (Nov 9, 2022)

Contaminated Site Clean-Up Information (CLU-IN): Internet Seminar Video Archives

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022


Coordinating with Tribes at Federal Facilities is a two-hour webinar course that will provide an overview of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) policy on consultation and coordination with Indian Tribes at federal facilities. This webinar will also provide tips on how to work more collaboratively during this process. By taking this course, participants will achieve the following objectives:Identify EPA processes and policies for interacting with the Tribes;Understand the roles of EPA and tribal governments in Federal Facility clean ups;Learn about the Federal Facilities Restoration and Reuse Office (FFRRO); and,Discover EPA resources and tools available to assist Federal Facilities in building partnerships with the Tribes;The instructional methodology for this course includes lecture, group discussions, and case studies. The target audience for this course is federal, state, and tribal representatives who work on Federal Facility cleanups. Ideally, students should have a basic understanding of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) process. This course is part of the Federal Facilities Academy training program. Please consider registering for other Federal Facility Academy courses and obtain a certificate upon completion of the entire Federal Facility Academy series (12 courses total). To view this archive online or download the slides associated with this seminar, please visit http://www.clu-in.org/conf/tio/FFAcademy10_110922/

MID-WEST FARM REPORT - MADISON
Jeff Kratochwill - Coordinating Resources For Vets And Farmers

MID-WEST FARM REPORT - MADISON

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 8:44


Jeff Kratochwill crosses the state of Wisconsin working to connect under-served farmers and veterans, with available resources that can help restore some normal tempo to their lives. As Director of FARM & Vocational Services, Jeff hires, trains and supervises the Technical and Program Assistants, Rural Rehabilitation and SES Specialists, and HelpLine Coordinator.  The FARM Program recently received a three-year grant funded by the USDA's 2501 Program. The grant will help provide outreach to current and new Wisconsin veteran farmers and Socially Disadvantaged (SDA) farmers and ranchers with awareness of, increased access to, and participation in USDA programs and services within the three-year project period.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Contaminated Site Clean-Up Information (CLU-IN): Internet Seminar Audio Archives
Audio for "Federal Facilities Online Academy: Coordinating with Tribes at Federal Facilities," Nov 9, 2022

Contaminated Site Clean-Up Information (CLU-IN): Internet Seminar Audio Archives

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022


Coordinating with Tribes at Federal Facilities is a two-hour webinar course that will provide an overview of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) policy on consultation and coordination with Indian Tribes at federal facilities. This webinar will also provide tips on how to work more collaboratively during this process. By taking this course, participants will achieve the following objectives:Identify EPA processes and policies for interacting with the Tribes;Understand the roles of EPA and tribal governments in Federal Facility clean ups;Learn about the Federal Facilities Restoration and Reuse Office (FFRRO); and,Discover EPA resources and tools available to assist Federal Facilities in building partnerships with the Tribes;The instructional methodology for this course includes lecture, group discussions, and case studies. The target audience for this course is federal, state, and tribal representatives who work on Federal Facility cleanups. Ideally, students should have a basic understanding of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) process. This course is part of the Federal Facilities Academy training program. Please consider registering for other Federal Facility Academy courses and obtain a certificate upon completion of the entire Federal Facility Academy series (12 courses total). To view this archive online or download the slides associated with this seminar, please visit http://www.clu-in.org/conf/tio/FFAcademy10_110922/

The Relentless Diaries
The Freak Spectrum

The Relentless Diaries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 116:26


Topics and discussions on this episode include: Reacting to the tragic passing of Takeoff from the Migos (2:20) Elon Musk buying Twitter/ A new social media app? (17:21) The Barbarian and when movies take a left turn (27:27) Men aren't allowed to do anything/ “As a man, why do you..” (46:04) What makes someone a ‘freak' (66:55) Coordinating hook-ups on vacations (101:46)

HealthcareNOW Radio - Insights and Discussion on Healthcare, Healthcare Information Technology and More
1st Talk Compliance: Trey Scott, Coordinating Attorney at Kennedy, Attorneys & Counselors at Law

HealthcareNOW Radio - Insights and Discussion on Healthcare, Healthcare Information Technology and More

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 27:07


Host Catherine Short welcomes Trey Scott, Coordinating Attorney at Kennedy, Attorneys & Counselors at Law, on the topic of “Have a Breach? Reporting Requirements with the OCR.” Learn the reporting requirements for a data breach of a healthcare provider, the definition of a breach, different timelines for reporting breaches, as well as how to complete a breach reporting form from the Office of Civil Rights. To stream our Station live 24/7 visit www.HealthcareNOWRadio.com or ask your Smart Device to “….Play Healthcare NOW Radio”. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen

The Assistant Principal Podcast
Procedures - Small Tweaks, Big Gains!

The Assistant Principal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 11:28


Assistant Principal Podcast Content Episode Outline Show title and release date: October 25, 2022 Show Description:Every teacher should have a procedure for beginning class. Most opening class procedures share some common elements:·      What to do with materials·      How or when to sit down·      Getting started on bell work or an activator I've been teaching procedures for about twenty years, but this summer I made one small tweak in my format that promises to pay big dividends. Show Intro Hello colleagues and welcome to the Assistant Principal Podcast. I'm your host Frederick Buskey. The goal of this podcast is to help improve the life and leadership of assistant principals.  Today's episode focuses on the importance of identifying clear goals for our procedures, but before we go any further, I want to remind you about our free micro-journal, Quadrant2. Issues of Quadrant2 come out once every 3-4 weeks. The five-page issues take a deeper look at topics that we address on the podcast. For example, last week we released Issue 2 which focused on how to implement the four patterns of observation in your school. Each issue includes nuts and bolts of implementation, discussion questions for your team, and even a section on how to apply the techniques if you are working in isolation. You can find a subscription link on my website at https://www.frederickbuskey.com/quadrant2.html As a bonus, if you subscribe this week you'll be able to download the first two issues of Quadrant2 so you won't have missed any opportunities to learn and grow.  Celebrations:My recent trip to Kenya. My biggest takeaway is how similar we all are. Our struggles are the same – raising families, pursuing our dreams, and contributing to our communities. We may look and sound different, and our families, dreams, and communities my take different forms, but we all want the same thing. In a time of divisiveness, in the world and here at home, it is worth remembering that people are people, and therefore deserving of respect. We need to treat each other based on our commonalities, not on how our political and social “leaders” tell us we should treat people from different parties, or states, or countries. The Big Idea·      We know the reasons why each procedure we teach is important, but by being more thoughtful – and explicit – about the goals we want to achieve, we can make small but powerful tweaks to our procedures.  The Why·      My passion for procedures:o   OSU experienceo   Teaching experienceo   Coordinating entry-year teacher programso   How poor procedural classroom prevent leaders from growing teachers·      Good procedures decrease discipline referrals. Even a one referral decrease in a week yields and average of five minutes per day that you can invest in growing teachers. That's enough time to make a difference with a new, struggling, or even veteran teacher. The what (MVP version) For years I have taught that a good procedure has five components:1.     Title or name (may be an acronym)2.     Steps (1-5)3.     Key words for each step4.     Acronym for the steps5.     Graphic (necessity varies with age) In prepping for a workshop with a middle school teaching staff in August, I realized that I should be better about emphasizing the why – the goals of a procedure. I began by looking at a sample routine for entering class. The procedure had four parts – Sit, Arrange your stuff, write based on a prompt, and stand when finished. I called it SAWS:·      Sit·      Arrange·      Write·      Stand The goals of a beginning class procedure are obvious: it saves time. If we can get started in 60 seconds instead of 180 seconds, we can save 300+ minutes over the course of a school year. That's over a week of class time! But as I began writing down this goal, others naturally appeared. Before I go further, I'm going to give you ten seconds of silence to think about the goals of a good beginning class routine. Besides saving time, what else should the procedure achieve? Here's what I came up with:·      Connect with teacher·      Maximize learning time·      Minimize distractions and misbehaviors·      Empower students to be responsible for their own learning·      Focus students on learning·      Begin anticipatory set (optional) What I was most excited about was that first goal – connecting with the teacher. Sure, the teacher can check in with the students, but what if a part of the procedure directed the students to check in with the teacher? What if every class began with every student making some kind of contact with the teacher? How cool would that be? How humanizing could it be? Most teachers have one or more students that need that connection, and for whom the teacher should know the student's emotional state. Making a small tweak to an opening class procedure creates an opportunity for that. And so, I added a step to my sample procedure. The first thing students do is to say hello to the teacher. What hello looks like will vary with the teacher and the students, but here are some options:·      Actually say hello·      Give a fist bump·      Or a thumb's up·      Or share one thing that happened in the past 24 hours·      Or flash a number of fingers to indicate their emotional strength, for example one for terrible, need to talk, up to five for excellent. Maybe I'm being silly here, maybe most teachers already do this – but if they do, I haven't seen it. So I'm going to hold onto this as being a good idea. Here's what I'd like you to take away from this episode:1.     Think about the multiple goals and opportunities that exist within each procedure.2.     Begin observing procedures at work in classrooms and challenge yourself to find opportunities to achieve more with any given procedure.3.     Engage your teachers in informal discussions. Tell them you've been doing some PD on procedures that has made you think about their goals. Review a procedure with the teacher and work together to identify explicit goals. ChallengesAs always, the challenge in following up on this idea is priority management. Without being intentional and prioritizing teacher development, you'll get too busy to follow up. Try taking time during the first hour of the day to check in on some teachers' beginning class procedures and have a brief conversation after the kids have left the building but before the teachers have. Make it a priority, for a few minutes over the course of a few days.  Show Outro That wraps up today's content focused episode. We'll be back next week with Josh Stamper talking about the concrete steps he took as an AP implementing restorative practices in a Texas middle school. If you are interested in restorative practices, you might want to go back and listen to episode 20 with Dr. Gabby Grant discussing the challenges and prerequisites to implementing restorative practices. It was a great episode – one that made it onto our greatest hits list from our first 50 episodes. If you enjoyed today's show, please subscribe and rate this podcast.You can ask questions, make requests and give us feedback at frederick@frederickbuskey.com. If you'd like more content tailored towards the needs of assistant principals, you can head over to my website at frederickbuskey.com. And remember to subscribe to our free micro-journal, Quadrant2. If you subscribe now you'll receive access to las week's issue on implementing the four patterns of observation. I'll also include my sample entering class routine for your enjoyment! That wraps up today's show! I'm Frederick Buskey and I hope you'll join me next time for the Assistant Principal Podcast. Cheers!

Artistic Finance
118: Want Something Done? Give It To A Music Teacher! with Steve Altinel

Artistic Finance

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 52:10


A discussion with Steve Altinel, the artistic director of the Long Island Musical Theatre Festival.   We discuss: ⭐️ Filling the artistic cup. ⭐️ Choosing music instead of the family business. ⭐️ The long hours necessary for working in theater. ⭐️ The financial stability of a teaching job versus freelancing. ⭐️ Preparing students to have a leg up in the professional world. ⭐️ Coordinating choirs for The Hunchback of Notre Dame at The Argyle Theater. ⭐️ Time management as a high school teacher while balancing professional music director jobs.   Early Release Of Part 2: www.patreon.com/artisticfinance   Part 2 Topics: ⭐️ Rooting for the underdog. ⭐️ The Real Housewives of New Jersey.  ⭐️ Payment schedules for public school salaries.  ⭐️ Raising money for producing a musical festival. ⭐️ Using freelance gigs to save for purchasing an apartment. ⭐️ Getting Stephen Schwartz, Alice Ripley, and Rema Webb to teach master classes and perform for the LIMTF festival.   Steve's Website: http://www.stevenaltinel.com/about.html   LIMTF - Long Island Musical Theatre Festival: http://limtf.org/   Virtual Chorus with Caroline Bowman: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BiHC9axEnKQ   LIMTF Promo - 60 seconds: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oVIJO4XIlmo&ab_channel=LIMTF   Health Coach for Offstage Theatre Workers: https://www.instagram.com/coachedby_claudia/   Too Darn Hot - Kiss Me Kate: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WS_YAKZH3lw&ab_channel=Classics   Adventures of Tom Sawyer - 36:17 is what I thought Steve was singing: https://youtu.be/BzgWmapjIyI?t=2177   Alice Ripley: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alice_Ripley   Stephen Schwartz: https://stephenschwartz.com/   Rema Webb: https://www.remawebb.com/   Wilson Chin episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wdEZHQWklO0&ab_channel=ArtisticFinance   Become a patron at: www.patreon.com/artisticfinance   Interview by Ethan Steimel

10 Minute Grammar
10 Minute Grammar Episode #10: Coordinating Conjunctions (Parts of Speech Order series)

10 Minute Grammar

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 11:15


Parts of Speech are for sentence building: The (noun marker/article) The CAT (noun) The SNEAKY cat (adjective) The sneaky cat CLIMBS. (Verb) The sneaky cat EASILY climbs (adverb). The sneaky cat easily climbs. HE uses HIS claws. (Pronoun) The sneaky cat easily climbs. He uses his claws ON the tree. (Preposition) YES, the sneaky cat easily climbs. He uses his claws on the tree. (Interjections) 1) Coordinating conjunctions (cc) 2) Used to join coordinating pieces. -two or more words -two or more phrases -two or more sentences 3) Teach through acronym: FANBOYS F or A nd N or B ut O r Y et S o Goals for students to start recognizing them. Find them in grammar exercises. Punctuate them. And, most importantly, write with them to create compound sentences. Get your 140 parts of speech posters and student reference rings at one of my stores!  Get your Think Fast Grammar Quizzes at Teachers Pay Teachers! Advanced here and beginner here ------------------------------------------------- Look me up for more information and links to my resources: Language Arts Lady Blog Language Arts Lady Store Teachers Pay Teachers Store How I Teach YouTube Channel How I Teach Episodes Instagram Monday Mini Mail (Archived Articles) 10 Minute Grammar Podcast Pinterest Facebook/Language Arts Lady Punctuation Puzzles 2022-2023 Classes and Tutoring All LAL Freebies How I Teach iTunes

Outcomes Rocket
Healthcare is Critical Infrastructure? With Greg Garcia, Executive Director at Healthcare Sector Coordinating Council

Outcomes Rocket

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 24:51


In recognition of the 19 annual National Cyber Security Awareness Month, The Outcomes Rocket Network has launched a 10-part podcast series to elevate Cyber Security Awareness in Healthcare on our main channel, the Outcomes Rocket Podcast. Partnering with leaders in healthcare cybersecurity in their capacity as members of the Health Sector Coordinating Council, the podcast aims to illuminate advances made in protecting critical healthcare infrastructure and patient safety, and areas that need further focus to put a stop to Cyber Crime. Let's get real about it: people can die as a result of a cyber-attack. It's not just a work of fiction in movies; it can happen in real life, so let's work on it! In this episode, Greg Garcia, Executive Director for Cybersecurity of the Health Sector Coordinating Council, talks about why cybersecurity is vital to protect the critical infrastructure that is healthcare. Kicking off a 10-part series on the matter due to October being Cyber Security Awareness Month, Greg points out why in today's digital world, healthcare faces risks that have to be averted in order to protect patient safety. Whether you're a patient, a clinician, or a professional in the cyber side of healthcare, cybersecurity affects you and you need to know how to keep yourself safe. Greg explains what this is and how the Health Sector Coordinating Council identifies and mitigates systemic threats and develops resources that can improve cybersecurity and patients' safety. Tune in to this episode to learn why organizations must work together in terms of cybersecurity to raise the bar for the whole healthcare industry!

WealthTech on Deck
Shifting Wealth Management From Investment Products to Investment Processes with Randy Bullard

WealthTech on Deck

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 29:34


Wealth management has long been focused on investment products – stocks, bonds, and mutual funds – but there is a shift taking place in the industry. A growing number of wealth management firms are seeing the value in shifting their focus from investment products to investment processes.  In this episode, Jack Sharry talks with Randy Bullard, Global Head of Wealth at Charles River Development. Before joining Charles River Development, Randy served as General Manager of Wealth Management at SigFig. At Charles River, Randy leads the Charles River Wealth Management business globally. He is responsible for the firm's wealth product strategy and growth of the business with a heavy focus on client satisfaction.  Randy talks with Jack about the secular shift from investment products to the investment process in wealth management. He also speaks about the current state of wealth management in the digital age, the future of comprehensive advice platforms, and coordinating wealthtech capabilities. Key Takeaways [01:06] - What Charles River Development has to offer its clients. [03:10] - How Randy got into wealth management. [05:10] - A look back at Placemark Investments. [09:23] - What Randy brings to Charles River Development. [12:12] - The current state of wealth management in the digital age. [14:59] - The future of comprehensive advice platforms. [18:09] - Coordinating wealthtech capabilities. [23:03] - What's next for portfolio personalization? [25:51] - Randy's top three takeaways. Quotes [13:32] - "Direct indexing, hyper-personalization, increased focus on tax optimization, and ESG application at an individual investor level are all manifestations of this transition from product to process, which we're undergoing in the industry right now." ~ Randy Bullard [16:08] - "UMH is a process. It's a way of collecting disconnected things and making decisions at a client level that span all the stuff the client has. And so it's a process, not a product." ~ Randy Bullard [26:08] - "Most asset managers are not doing well in this transition from an investment product to an investment process. We have to find ways to turn their value add and value proposition into data and information they can sell." ~ Randy Bullard Links  Randy Bullard on LinkedIn Charles River Development State Street Envestnet Parametric Portfolio Associates RBC Wealth Management UBS Wealthfront Connect with our hosts LifeYield Jack Sharry on LinkedIn Jack Sharry on Twitter Subscribe and stay in touch Apple Podcasts Spotify LinkedIn Twitter Facebook

The Hartmann Report
WAS TRUMP ALLY ROGER STONE COORDINATING THE JAN 6TH TREASON EVENT?

The Hartmann Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 58:04


Washington bureau chief of Mother Jones Magazine on-air analyst for MSNBC, David Corn. Author of several books including his latest, American Psychosis: A Historical Investigation of How the Republican Party Went Crazy. Plus, George Washington and the Russians surrendering as told by Hillary Clinton. Was Trump ally Roger Stone actually coordinating the Jan 6th treason event? Fox-So-Called-News Is endorsing Italian Fascist Melon and want you to believe she's the "Center" politically. Was Putin part of the Jan 6th treason with Trump? What will we find out from the confiscated Secret Service phones?See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Outside In with Jon Lukomnik
Alex Vynokur, Co-Founder and CEO of BetaShares, on Fintech Innovation, Capitalism, Coordinating Humanitarian Aid for his Native Ukraine and his Interest in Synthetic Biology.

Outside In with Jon Lukomnik

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 34:55


Alex is responsible for leading the strategy and overall management of BetaShares. Prior to co-founding BetaShares, Alex was closely involved in the establishment and development of several leading Australian financial services businesses including Pengana Capital and Centric Wealth. Alex is a director and principal of Apex Capital Partners, a financial services focussed investment firm. He is also a director of Toranotec Ltd, a Japanese asset management firm that delivered the country's first smartphone-enabled automated investment service.On this episode of Outside In, Alex talks with Jon about fintech innovation and coordinating humanitarian aid for his native Ukraine. They discuss what's right about Capitalism and Alex's growing obsession with synthetic biology.

Dementia Matters
Introducing the National Alzheimer's Coordinating Center

Dementia Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 22:16


Dementia Matters Special Series: The National Strategy for Alzheimer's Disease Data and Research Part 1: Kicking off our six-episode series on the National Alzheimer's Coordinating Center and their Spring 2022 ADRC meeting, Dr. Walter Kukull joins the podcast. He explains what NACC is, what they do with the data they collect from the 42+ Alzheimer's Disease Research Centers, the center's biannual ADRC meetings and what he's most excited about for the next five years of Alzheimer's disease research. Guest: Walter Kukull, PhD, director, National Alzheimer's Coordinating Center, professor, University of Washington department of epidemiology Show Notes Learn more about the National Alzheimer's Coordinating Center at their website.  View slides and video recordings of NACC's Spring 2022 ADRC Meeting on the NACC website. Register for NACC's Fall 2022 ADRC Meeting on their website. Registration is free and open to the public. The fall meeting, which will focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion in Alzheimer's research, will take place Thursday, October 20, and Friday, October 21, both virtually and in person in Chicago, IL. Learn more about Dr. Kukull in his bio on the University of Washington's Memory and Brain Wellness Center website. Connect with us Find transcripts and more at our website. Email Dementia Matters: dementiamatters@medicine.wisc.edu Follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Subscribe to the Wisconsin Alzheimer's Disease Research Center's e-newsletter.

Zelos Podcast
S7:E14 Simon Rice & the Philadelphia 76ers

Zelos Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 47:37


Rock talks with Simon Rice, Vice President of Athlete Care for the 76ers. Click subscribe and leave a comment or two. TIME STAMPS 1:00 Simon Rice's path to the Philadelphia 76ers 5:00 Mental skills coaching 9:20 Coordinating with Performance Nutritionist and Executive Chef 12:30 Things Simon needed to learn with his new position 16:00 Too much data 18:00 3D Motion Analysis & Biomechanics assessments 27:00 Unilateral vs Bilateral and transverse vs sagittal planes 32:00 Finding calm while preparing for chaos 36:30 Team building and bonding 39:00 Maintain proper rest and recovery with travel 43:00 Dream job GET TO KNOW SIMON RICE LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/simon-rice-a4477595/ 76ERS: https://www.nba.com/sixers GET TO KNOW ROCKY SNYDER MEET: Visit the Rocky's online headquarters: www.RockySnyder.com READ: Grab a copy of his new "Return to Center" book: www.ReturntoCtr.com INSTA: Instagram fan, check him out at https://www.instagram.com/rocky_snyder/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/rocky.snyder.77 LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rocky-snyder-cscs-cafs-nsca-cpt-a77a091/ TRAIN WITH ROCKY WORKOUT: Want to meet Rocky and get a private workout: https://rfcsantacruz.com/ INSTA: https://www.instagram.com/rockysfitnesssc/ FACEBOOK: Facebook.com/RockysFitnessCenter

The Nonlinear Library
EA - Learning from Matching Co-Founders for an AI-Alignment Startup by Patrick Gruban

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 14:35


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Learning from Matching Co-Founders for an AI-Alignment Startup, published by Patrick Gruban on September 24, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. At EAG London in April 2022, Beth Barnes was looking for potential founders of a new startup that could provide better human data for AI Alignment research. Six of the people interested organised a self-run multi-step co-founder matching process over 7 weeks. It resulted in identifying 2 potential co-founders that have been exploring the founding opportunity in detail. In this post, we, as part of the group, will describe the process of the co-founder matching and the learnings based on a survey of participants. The initial idea The Future Fund's Project Ideas Competition this March awarded prizes to Marc-Everin Carauleanu and Beth Barnes for suggestions regarding human data for AI Alignment. Beth met with several people at EAG London in April and provided a five-page Google Doc writeup after the conference to everyone who had expressed interest and had spoken with her. The email doubled as an introduction. Coordinating the process As Beth implicitly had handed over the idea to the group to self-coordinate, I (Patrick), as one of the participants, set up a Google Form to gauge the level of interest. Everyone was able to see the results. Additionally, I set up a channel in the EA Entrepreneur Slack for further discussion. Based on the interest expressed as well as the time zones of the participants, I scheduled a group call. We decided to ask Charity Entrepreneurship (CE) if they could facilitate the process as they have several years of experience in finding and matching co-founders for new EA startups. In a call, Joey Savoie provided helpful guidance, sharing documents and later also inviting the team to use the CE offices for a joint weekend at the end of the process. Although they didn't have the capacity to facilitate the process, their resources were very helpful for us in setting up our own process. Steps in the matching process With the input of CE, a group of six people decided to start a matching process that would end in an in-person meeting in June, where the final decision on the co-founders would be made. We think the process length would have been excessive had many participants not been available before mid-June. Questions for co-founders The group took the document 50 Questions to Explore with a Potential Co-Founder, removing some and adding additional questions. Once everybody had commented on the document, it was finalized, and everyone filled it out for themselves and shared it. Discussing questions for co-founders in 1:1s All participants then set up 1:1 calls with each of the other participants where they discussed the potential compatibility and roles each could take on in the new organisation. No co-founder pair ruled itself out after this process. 5 weeks of online work In order to bridge the time until an in-person meeting was feasible, a process was set up where each participant worked with one of the other five for 45 minutes each week. As we didn't have any assignments prepared, we came up with a process where each pair would create an assignment that another pair would have to work on in the following week. This is how the agenda looked: WeekGoalWorkstream 1Workstream 2Workstream 31Create assignment for week 2Marc, MarisMatt, PatrickRudolf, Simeon2Work on assignmentPatrick, RudolfMaris, SimeonMarc, Matt3Create assignment for week 4Marc, SimeonMatt, RudolfMaris, Patrick4Work on assignmentMaris, RudolfMarc, PatrickSimeon, Matt5Work on agenda for London meetingSimeon, PatrickMaris, MattMarc, Rudolf The different workstreams ensured that each pair generated or received assignments from another pair. We also found that trying to quickly brainstorm tasks that are good for testing co-founder fit was i...

The Connected Care Team
Coordinating Clinical Workflows at CommonSpirit

The Connected Care Team

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 16:27 Transcription Available


In this episode of The Connected Care Team podcast, Denise Pimintel, Clinical Program Manager at CommonSpirit Telehealth Network System, discusses how the healthcare industry has changed over the years, the value of secure messaging, and how the ongoing pandemic has made virtual care even more vital.Augmenting care with technologyDenise Pimintel has always worked to bridge the gap between clinicians and technology. After serving as an army nurse and ICU nurse for a period of time, Denise went back to school to study health information technology in an effort to help clinicians work more efficiently. She has worked with the CommonSpirit Telehealth Network for the past eight years using technology to connect patients with providers."My desire has always been to bridge clinical folks with technology, to do our jobs more efficiently and to do a better job for the patients that we serve." – Denise PimintelThe impact of secure messaging CommonSpirit implemented TigerConnect to incorporate secure messaging into clinical workflows. Denise says the move has been a game-changer in reaching clinicians and coordinating patient care. Since the clinician receiving the message can read it at their convenience, important conversations don't get interrupted or lost. Additionally, users can set up escalation rules if a message remains unread after a certain length of time. This allows the sending clinician to know the status of the message and removes barriers to collaboration."The message gets sent at the convenience of the person sending, and when it comes to the recipient, the recipient can choose to either look immediately, delay that look because he's in the middle of a conversation with somebody else, or pick it up, pass it on to somebody else if we have rules in it to escalate, if he hasn't looked at it in 5 minutes." – Denise PimintelEfficient critical care workflowsIt isn't just about getting things done quickly but about doing them well. Denise uses TigerConnect in the workflows in her critical care area, enabling experts to reach patients within one or two minutes. This means that the patients get better care, and the nurses can see more patients. She even has the ability to notify code teams simultaneously. "In the critical care area, definitely, you know, response times of providers to the bedside have significantly increased or I should say decreased, meaning they get there quickly." – Denise Pimintel

Hustle in Faith
Ep. 193 Integrated Holistic Healthcare w/ Dr. Christy Matusiak

Hustle in Faith

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 35:58


In this episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Christy Matusiak. Christy is a holistically-driven chiropractic physician at Integrated Holistic Healthcare and the author of Coordinating the Chaos. She uses a variety of systems to help her clients live a happy, healthy life. www.christymatusiakdc.com www.integratedholistic.com During September, in addition to my regular episodes, I'm hosting a September Self-Care series. This series will focus on getting your mind, body, and soul a much-needed push to start or get back on track. I've got some amazing guests discussing topics ranging from health to career development that will motivate you to take action. This series is going to leave you feeling inspired and ready to invest in yourself. You're worth the risk!

Workplace MVP
The R3 Continuum Playbook: Coordinating Compassionate Care After Disruption – Not Your Typical Counseling

Workplace MVP

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022


The R3 Continuum Playbook: Coordinating Compassionate Care After Disruption – Not Your Typical Counseling In this excerpt from a recent R3 Continuum webinar, Jeff Gorter, MSW, LCSW, Vice President of Crisis Response Clinical Service, answers questions about the behavioral health impact on employees following a disruption. He provides steps employers can take to address the […] The post

Business RadioX ® Network
The R3 Continuum Playbook: Coordinating Compassionate Care After Disruption – Not Your Typical Counseling

Business RadioX ® Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022


The R3 Continuum Playbook: Coordinating Compassionate Care After Disruption – Not Your Typical Counseling In this excerpt from a recent R3 Continuum webinar, Jeff Gorter, MSW, LCSW, Vice President of Crisis Response Clinical Service, answers questions about the behavioral health impact on employees following a disruption. He provides steps employers can take to address the […]

The Nonlinear Library
LW - Private alignment research sharing and coordination by porby

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 8:27


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Private alignment research sharing and coordination, published by porby on September 4, 2022 on LessWrong. Coordinating alignment efforts seems difficult when the work involves information that would ideally remain private. I'm not aware of any existing infrastructure to help with this, nor are the people I've asked so far. My understanding is that there are informal social networks which serve this purpose to some degree (e.g. passing google docs around), but it's difficult to safely scale these up. I've seen some attempts to help manage potentially risky information- for example, Conjecture's recent policy discussions: Conjecture: Internal Infohazard Policy - LessWrong These policies are primarily interested in containing information. That's important, but it sure would be nice to have a system that simultaneously helps with both privacy management and coordination. What kind of use cases could be targeted? Motivating hypothetical example 1: Hypothetical me is an independent researcher focusing on characterizing out of distribution behavior. I stumble across One Weird Trick for rapid grokking and generalization. I've run a variety of benchmarks and, aimed properly, it does remarkably well on HHH-style benchmarks. Unfortunately, the technique is trivially applicable to capability research; I observe extremely rapid training convergence and perplexity beating text-davinci-002 in a 2B model I trained on my workstation. It seems like I should tell someone about the fact that this exists, on the off chance it interacts positively with some other safety work, but telling the wrong person could shorten timelines by approximately 100%. I'm not deeply embedded in the field and don't have high-trust working relationships with anyone. Now what? Send an e-mail to Eliezer composed mostly of AAAAAA? Motivating hypothetical example 2: I'm another independent researcher looking to start a new alignment research project, but it's a topic which lightly touches on capability. The capability parts are already out in the public literature, but they're in an obscure subfield and I suspect mostly unknown by mainstream capabilities research. I worry that drawing attention to it could be a net negative even if my work is not capability focused. I think the research has potentially significant alignment value. I can't find any other related work in alignment. I'm not sure if this is because other people aren't publishing about it, if I'm not looking in the right spots, or if this actually an unexplored topic. I could ask in one of the public alignment-relevant communities, but I'd like to avoid leaking capability-relevant information if possible. Without already having lots of high-trust connections in the field, how can I find out if I'm doing redundant work, how can I get feedback about my research plans, and how could I safely tell people about the work if I do it? Motivating hypothetical example 3: I'm working in one of Googetasoft's seven AI departments. Some internal research incidentally found something that has some very interesting implications for alignment, but I strongly doubt the company is going to pursue the line of research because it isn't relevant for increasing capability. And they're also not interested in publishing it, because it isn't relevant for increasing capability. I've poked around the department, trying to piece together enough interest to get the relevant bits released. I've gotten some positive responses, but also some pushback- despite not being very interested in it, because it isn't relevant for increasing capability, the information is treated as risky to release because it could reveal future product efforts. Given the difficulty of separating the information from the implications it has for product development, and given the lack of secure channels for ...

Bleav in The Media Guide
NFL on NBC: New Faces, Same 'Tell Me Why' Mission

Bleav in The Media Guide

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 22:22


On Thursday, September 8, primetime television's Number 1 show for an unprecedented 11 consecutive seasons with a record 11 Emmys for Outstanding Live Sports Series – "Sunday Night Football" on NBC and Peacock -- will return with a new look to kick off the NFL season. Coordinating producer Rob Hyland, play-by-play announcer Mike Tirico, and sideline reporter Melissa Stark respectively replace Fred Gaudelli, Al Michaels, and Michele Tafoya. The new trio and returning analyst Cris Collinsworth say they already feel like they've been together for a while. The "Sunday Night Football" pregame show, "Football Night in America," also received a facelift with host Maria Taylor leading new analysts, former Cowboys quarterback and head coach Jason Garrett, and fantasy football expert, Matthew Berry, as they join returning analysts Tony Dungy and Chris Simms. Hear from all five as they evolve the most-watched studio show in sports while staying true to their mission.

The Life of a Cheerleading Coach
Episode 45 - Coach Killian Thomson and What Coaches Do Outside of Practice

The Life of a Cheerleading Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 27:38


In this episode, I interview Coach Killian Thomson who is my assistant Coach. We talk about various things that Coaches do for their programs outside of practice time in the gym. Personal Development, Coordinating, Choreography are just a few topics we touch on in this conversation. Killian Thomson - Coach Killian started competitive cheer when she was 6 and continued it until she was 19. She also did 3 years of high school cheer and then joined an open team after high school. She coached competitive cheer for 2 years right out of high school as well! Like what you hear? Give her a follow! Facebook: @killerbeauty Instagram: @hillcrestknightscheer TikTok: @hillcrestknightscheer This Episode is Sponsored by: The Cheer Coach Planner - Your Season, Your Plan https://cheercoachplanner.com/ HEAD OVER TO THE CHEER CLOSET! Share your thoughts, tips, and suggestions on this topic and offer episode ideas for the next TAKE 5! https://the-cheer-closet.tribeplatform.com/ How Can you Support this Podcast? ASK ME ANYTHING! I'll respond to your voice message in the next episode! https://anchor.fm/marley-sievers/message If you're wondering how you can support me and my podcast, you can start by: SUBSCRIBING to it! Sign up for my newsletter to get notifications when new episodes are posted. Newsletter - https://forms.gle/wbqJ5ai7jH9QsPoh7 Checking out my website and other social media platforms! Website - Marley Sievers https://marleysievers.com/ Facebook - The Life of a Cheerleading Coach https://www.facebook.com/The-Life-of-a-Cheerleading-Coach-105328091295727 Instagram - @thelifeofacheerleadingcoach https://www.instagram.com/thelifeofacheerleadingcoach/ Make a small contribution to keep this podcast up and running! Anchor - Listener Support https://anchor.fm/marley-sievers/support --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marley-sievers/support

Coast Mornings Podcasts with Blake and Eva
8 - 31 - 22 COORDINATING FUNERAL OUTFITS

Coast Mornings Podcasts with Blake and Eva

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 2:57


8 - 31 - 22 COORDINATING FUNERAL OUTFITS by Maine's Coast 93.1

Everything Kratom
S5 E46 - Best Kratom I Use While Coordinating A Town-Wide Event!

Everything Kratom

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 7:56


Today I talk about my role in coordinating a big event in town, and the kratom I've found to be the most helpful for the day before and the day off. Please support this podcast here! https://www.paypal.me/everythingkratom Or make a small monthly donation here! https://anchor.fm/everything-kratom/support Get 25% off orders from ETHA Natural Botanicals with coupon code EVERYTHINGKRATOM, or visit their website using this link - https://ethalivefully.com/discount/EVERYTHINGKRATOM?aff=243 Available wherever you get your podcasts: Anchor - https://anchor.fm/everything-kratom Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/2fO3Xsx1BbNUs2rpXiQs3s Google Podcasts - https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy82OWUxMzZjNC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw== Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/everything-kratom/id1584592399 Pocket Casts - https://pca.st/mql8q14u RadioPublic - https://radiopublic.com/everything-kratom-WzkkBK Overcast - https://overcast.fm/itunes1584592399/everything-kratom Reason - https://reason.fm/podcast/everything-kratom?user=16e32b81-d623-4dcd-a000-623566fdc41a YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUsCC1nBchi_xMX9wRyQ_nA Website: https://everythingkratom279311648.wordpress.com Thank you all so much for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/everything-kratom/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/everything-kratom/support

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
PMS 2.0 715 - NFL Films Sr. Coordinating Producers Keith Cossrow & Ken Rodgers, Feel The Beat With Nick Underhill, Art Stapleton, & Mark Kaboly Plus AJ Hawk

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 135:02 Very Popular


On today's show, Pat, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat about last night's Hard Knocks premiere, how electric it was, what the best moments were, MCDC stealing the show per usual, what this does perception wise for the Lions and how it seems everyone is rooting for them this year. Joining the progrum to chat about what went into the Hard Knocks episode, a look ahead at Hard Knocks in-season with the Arizona Cardinals, and the new deal with NFL Films and PMI for NFL rights in the 2022 season (24:44-1:00:21). Later, Pat, AJ, and the boys Feel the Beat with reports from Nick Underhill with the Saints in New Orleans (1:20:51-1:30:04), Art Stapleton with the Giants (1:30:04-1:40:39), and Mark Kaboly with the Steelers (1:40:39-1:49:49). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow to watch the show, and listen on Sirius XM Channel 82, Mad Dog Radio. We appreciate the hell out of all you. See you tomorrow, cheers.

MID-WEST FARM REPORT - MADISON
Coordinating Corn For The State Fair

MID-WEST FARM REPORT - MADISON

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 6:44


One of the timeless treats that can be enjoyed at the Wisconsin State Fair is a roasted ear of corn. However, there is lots of coordination and planning that goes into getting that fresh corn to the fair park - and getting enough of it.  Eric Young is the Chairman of the corn roast with the New Berlin Lions Club. He shares what goes into getting around 100,000 ears of corn to the State Fair and how they plan for an event of that size throughout the year.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

TweetTalk: The Black Wealth Podcast (Tweet Talk)
133- Coordinating The Play is A High Income Play w/ Stamper Notary

TweetTalk: The Black Wealth Podcast (Tweet Talk)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 86:08


For episode 133 Charles Oglesby aka Todd Millionaire (Twitter: @RealToddBillion) and Raphael (Twitter: @WorkMoneyLife) are joined by Rafaniel Jimerson (Twitter: @StamperNotary, IG: StamperNotary), owner of Stamper Mobile Notary Services (website: StamperNotary.com) and a member of the Todd Capital Business Development Mastermind. They talk about how Rafaniel got into the mobile notary business, teaching others the business, creating business systems, getting rich by solving your own problems, the importance of relationships in business, Todd Capital at Invest Fest, and much more! Black Billionaire Banter: People mentioned: Become a part of the Todd Capital community and join our Millionaire Fam on Patreon to get exclusive access to the hosts of Tweet Talk the Black Wealth Podcast and The Millionaire Talk Show: http://moneyteamtc.com Learn how to Trade Options, run a vending machine business, start an investment club, invest in real estate long distance etc from Todd Capital: https://gumroad.com/a/386774131 Follow us on Twitter:  Charles @RealToddBillion https://twitter.com/realtoddbillion Raphael @WorkMoneyLife https://twitter.com/WorkMoneyLife Tweet Talk @TweetTalkPod https://twitter.com/TweetTalkPod Follow us on TikTok: @TweetTalkPod https://www.tiktok.com/@tweettalkpod @Todd.Capital https://www.tiktok.com/@todd.capital Follow us on Instagram: Tweet Talk @TweetTalkPodcast https://www.instagram.com/tweettalkpodcast/ Charles @ToddBillion https://www.instagram.com/toddbillion/ Todd Capital @Todd.Capital #MobileNotary #BlackWealthPodcast #BlackPodcasters

The PR Podcast
92. Johana Caba, JM Integrated Marketing on coordinating resources and messages

The PR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 34:50


Johana Caba is Co-Founder and Communications Manager at JM Integrated Marketing in North Carolina. As a PR professional, she's worked in government and the nonprofit sector and has a passion for sharing her knowledge on communications and marketing, especially for small business owners and entrepreneurs. The PR Podcast is your view inside the public relations business. We talk with great PR people, reporters and communicators on how they weave narratives that are informative and fun. Host Jody Fisher has worked in New York City PR for more than 20 years, representing clients across the healthcare, higher education, financial services, real estate, entertainment and non-profit verticals. Join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and TikTok at @ThePRPodcast. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theprpodcast/support

Artemis
Southeastern Grasslands & Bobwhite Quail with Brittney Viers

Artemis

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 58:40


The Southeast has lost about 99% of its native grasslands. When Brittney Viers started working as a biologist on northern bobwhite quail conservation, she realized being a botanist would was critical to revelaing the bird's relationship to its habitat. Brittany works for Quail Forever, which strives to preserve remnant grassland habitat and restore degraded habitat for quail in Tennessee. Plus: Making biologists talk to landowners, the North America Grasslands Act, ticks-on-baby problems, and mountain "balds." 3:00 Botany, biology + grasslands 6:00 Studying bird health by studying plant/grassland health 8:00 Quail Forever 11:00 Coordinating regional conservation partnership programs for grassland health (ecosystem-level conservation = doesn't give a hoot about state lines) 13:00 Northern bobwhites in the East: Challenges with successional environments, lack of escape cover, thermal cover for the winter... habitat is paramount 16:00 Invasive species and herbicide use 17:00 Predators are not the main reason for quail decline 19:00 "Quail" to Westerners vs. Easterners 21:00 When biologists are REQUIRED to do landowner workshops... and the power of grassroots outreach (pssst... it can happen over a tailgate) 25:00 Hosting quail habitat workshops in places where land management is working 26:00 North America Grasslands Act 27:00 Southeastern grasslands... not the same as the tall-grass prairie of the Midwest 28:00 Many grassland birds are struggling 30:00 Grasslands in the Southeast have declined by 99% 34:00 It's hard being a grassland specialist in an area with dwindling grasslands -- they're fountains of biodiversity 36:00 There's something special about grasslands for the human soul 37:00 "Balds" - mysterious open areas on the tops of mountains 39:00 Southern grasslands -- rhododendron to cacti (they can vary greatly in makeup) 42:00 Woody encroachment: The timbered look isn't natural in a lot of parts of the Southeast 44:00 The absence of fire on the landscape 46:00 Blackbelt Prairie in Mississippi 52:00 Blueberry hunting with babies, then de-ticking your baby in the car 54:00 Listeners... a special Artemis announcement! #nospoilersintheshownotes 56:00 Artemis Program Manager job... share it with the best people in your sphere!

Then I Heard a Voice
2022 Advance Documents: Committee and Board Reports - Coordinating and Advisory, Ecumenical Relations

Then I Heard a Voice

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 6:13


This Is the Hour - How Does the Spirit Find You?Committee and Board Reports - Coordinating and Advisory, Ecumenical RelationsRead by Alana Parkes, July 23, 2022.2022 Advance Documents PDF 

Coach and Coordinator Podcast
Creativity In Coordinating An Offense - Mike Willis, Offensive Coordinator, Princeton

Coach and Coordinator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 39:02


As a player, then coach and serving in various roles on the staff Mike Willis has helped the Princeton football team win its last four Ivy League titles. After being an offensive lineman on a record-setting offense that won the Ivy League championship in 2013, he yearned to get back into the game. In 2016, he had that opportunity and returned to his alma mater as one of the youngest position coaches in Division I football, again helping the Tigers win the title. An experienced Willis — who now holds the title of assistant head coach — helped lead Princeton to one of its most historic seasons in program history in 2018. The Tigers produced the program's first perfect season since 1964, and they reached the #8 spot in the national rankings.

Ini 2021 Princeton went 9-1 and earn an Ivy League title, its third in five seasons, with an offense ranked first in the Ivy League in scoring (33.4), second in passing offense (265.5), second in passing efficiency (147.0) and third in total offense (392.4).
 
He joins the podcast to talk about his mentors and teachers, the Princeton Offense, and his approach to installing the offense and calling a game. Shownotes: -Princeton experience as player and coach -His “quarter life crisis” -Mentors and teachers -Creativity and the architects of the Princeton Offense - Being critical about putting best 11 on the field -3 Quarterback system -“Hockey subbing” the line in a drive -Back-up QB who was player of the year -Buy-in through Losing the verticality of the depth chart -Be the MVP of a role/carve out a niche -Medium paced install plan -Players-Formations-Plays -Slowing things down -Choosing formations -Situational mastery -4th down decision making -CAI Game Book -Staff meeting for anaytics/decision making Related: Brian Flinn -Wide Splits, Time Management, & Film Study: Brian Flinn, Wide Receivers Coach at Princeton Univ https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/wide-splits-new-concepts-and-film-study-brian-flinn-wide-receivers-coach-at-princeton-university Let Them Score? Rob Ash, Championship Analytics https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/let-them-score-coaching-analytics-and-in-game-strategy-rob-ash-championship-analytics-inc

JUST REALIZED
SYNC YOUR STYLE WITH YOUR CYCLE & MAXIMIZE YOUR MOOD

JUST REALIZED

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 35:53


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Flashpoint with Cherri Gregg
Philadelphia's Energy Coordinating Agency Launches Water Heater Emergency Fund

Flashpoint with Cherri Gregg

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 37:35


ECA's Heater Hotline team serves numerous calls each week from low-income families who have no hot water. The program plans to assist families with water heater replacements at no cost. This week Bridging Philly speaks with CEO of ECA, Steve Luxton, and Director of Community Programs, Lorraine Horton, on the recent launch of the Philadelphia Water Heater Emergency Fund, along with tips on how your family can start conserving energy and promote a sustainable household. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The City Club of Cleveland Podcast
The Landscape of Behavioral Healthcare in Northeast Ohio

The City Club of Cleveland Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 60:00


Families and medical professionals have long understood the importance of continuity in behavioral healthcare. Too often, treatment of mental illness, substance abuse, and other harmful addictive behaviors is a fragmented experience, handled by separate providers and relying on hospitalization or law enforcement during times of crisis. When treated in such a disjointed manner, patients, who often have additional health issues, can find it more difficult to access treatment and improve their health. Coordinating the organization and delivery of services can help communities respond more effectively and improve health outcomes.rnrnThis integrated approach is even more critical as Ohio faces a dire combination of an ongoing opioid crisis, the effects of the covid pandemic, and a worsening shortage of healthcare workers. The covid pandemic not only exacerbated these issues, but added to rates of depression, anxiety, and addiction, as people dealt with the resulting grief, uncertainty, and disruption of life. The effects were particularly acute on the young and on historically underrepresented communities.rnrnIn his State of the State address this spring, Governor DeWine identified improvements including school programs and Medicaid reform but, while noting "it still is not enough," called for increased services and treatment in order to build "community capacity for care."rnrnThis forum launches the City Club's series on behavioral healthcare and looks at how close we are to creating a true continuum of care here in northeast Ohio. Where are the gaps and what can be shored up?

AP Audio Stories
Nations discuss coordinating Ukraine war crimes probes

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 0:39


AP correspondent Charles de Ledesma reports on Netherlands-Ukraine-War Crimes.

CrossPolitic Studios
Daily News Brief for Wednesday, July 13th, 2022 [Daily News Brief]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 17:40


This is the Waberboy with your Daily News Brief for Wedneesday July 13, 2022 Gold River Trading Co. Are you tired of buying sugary drinks and coffee from large woke corporations? Throw a tea party! Gold River Trading Co. is an American company that offers premium alternatives for Americans who enjoy a delicious cup of tea. Start your day with Gold River’s invigorating American Breakfast Blend, cool down with a pitcher of crisp & refreshing Iced Tea, or unwind with Chamomile Herbal tea. Explore a variety of high-quality blends and enjoy a healthy, flavorful alternative from an American company that shares your values. Go to goldriverco.com and save 10% off all orders using discount code CROSSPOLITIC at checkout. On July 8th President Biden was supposed to sign an executive order regarding reproductive rights, and the order would direct Health and Human Services to take action…but there is one problem. He neer signed an executive order. Go to the Federal Registry, you can’t find it! https://www.federalregister.gov/presidential-documents/executive-orders/joe-biden/2022 But what they have released is a Fact Sheet…that has literally no authority: FACT SHEET: President Biden to Sign Executive Order Protecting Access to Reproductive Health Care Services https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2022/07/08/fact-sheet-president-biden-to-sign-executive-order-protecting-access-to-reproductive-health-care-services/ Today, President Biden will sign an Executive Order Protecting Access to Reproductive Health Care Services. This Executive Order builds on the actions his Administration has already taken to defend reproductive rights by: -Safeguarding access to reproductive health care services, including abortion and contraception; -Protecting the privacy of patients and their access to accurate information; -Promoting the safety and security of patients, providers, and clinics; and -Coordinating the implementation of Federal efforts to protect reproductive rights and access to health care. HHS: https://www.hhs.gov/about/news/2022/07/11/following-president-bidens-executive-order-protect-access-reproductive-health-care-hhs-announces-guidance-clarify-that-emergency-medical-care-includes-abortion-services.html Since the plan was announced, HHS has taken the following actions: Launched the ReproductiveRights.gov public awareness website, which includes a know-your-rights patient fact sheet; Convened a meeting with health insurers, and sent them a letter, calling on the industry to commit to meeting their obligations to provide coverage for contraceptive services at no cost as required by the Affordable Care Act; Issued guidance to patients and providers that addresses the extent to which federal law and regulations protect individuals’ private medical information when it comes to seeking abortion and other forms of reproductive health care, as well as when it comes to using health information apps on smartphones; Announced nearly $3 million in new funding to bolster training and technical assistance for the nationwide network of Title X family planning providers; and Met with Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Oregon Governor Kate Brown, and Maine Governor Janet Mills and state attorneys general to discuss state-specific concerns. HHS will take additional actions in the coming days. Pig-Heart Transplants in Two Brain-Dead People Offer Chance to Improve Tests for Pig Viruses https://www.wsj.com/articles/pig-heart-transplants-in-two-brain-dead-people-offer-chance-to-improve-tests-for-pig-viruses-11657638000 According to WSJ: Two brain-dead individuals received genetically modified pig-heart transplants, part of growing efforts by scientists who want to improve tests on pig organs for pig viruses and gather data that could help launch clinical trials of animal-to-human organ transplants. Scientists at NYU Langone Health, where the research studies took place in June and July, said the pig hearts were flown from a facility hundreds of miles away and then transplanted into two recently deceased individuals, Lawrence Kelly, 72, a former welder from Beaver Meadows, Pa., and Alva Capuano, 64, a former teacher from New York City. Mr. Kelly was driving alone in his car when he suffered a heart attack, according to his fiancée, Alice Michael. Ms. Capuano, who had been the recipient of a kidney transplant from her son many years ago, had a heart attack while at home, said her husband, Richard Capuano. Both individuals were later declared brain-dead and maintained on ventilators. Their families agreed to donate their bodies to science, to take part in the research studies. In the U.S., brain death is defined as the irreversible cessation of all brain function, even if heart and lung activity can be maintained with machines. The pig hearts weren’t immediately rejected by the recipients’ bodies and functioned for the duration of the three-day studies, according to Nader Moazami, surgical director of heart transplantation at NYU Langone Health, who led the pig-heart procedures. The data haven’t been published yet or peer-reviewed. The issue was highlighted by the recent case of David Bennett, a 57-year-old handyman from Hagerstown, Md., whose pig-heart transplant was conducted at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore. The emergency procedure was aimed at extending the critically ill man’s life. Mr. Bennett died in March, 60 days after the transplant surgery. Fight Laugh Feast Magazine Our Fight Laugh Feast Magazine is a quarterly issue that packs a punch like a 21 year Balvenie, no ice. We don’t water down our scotch, why would we water down our theology? Order a yearly subscription for yourself and then send a couple yearly subscriptions to your friends who have been drinking luke-warm evangelical cool-aid. Every quarter we promise quality food for the soul, wine for the heart, and some Red Bull for turning over tables. Our magazine will include cultural commentary, a Psalm of the quarter, recipes for feasting, laughter sprinkled through out the glossy pages, and more. Sign up today, at fightlaughfeast.com. Euro, dollar a penny away from parity for first time in 20 years https://www.foxbusiness.com/economy/euro-dollar-penny-away-from-parity-first-time-20-years For the first time in nearly two decades, the exchange rate between the euro and the U.S dollar is about equal. The euro dropped to a 20-year low on Monday, approaching parity with the dollar on fears that an energy crisis in the European Union could drag the region into a recession. The euro traded at around $1.007 on Monday afternoon in the U.S, down roughly 15% from the start of the year. The parity between the two currencies comes as Russia shut off a key pipeline – Nord Stream 1 – carrying gas to Germany for annual maintenance. While the routine work that includes "testing of mechanical elements and automation systems" is scheduled to end on July 21, German officials fear the suspension of Russian gas could last longer than anticipated because of the war in Ukraine. The strong U.S. dollar is good news for Americans traveling to Europe this summer, who can expect to pay less for a plethora of goods while they are overseas. Atlanta Fed GDP Tracker Still Negative Even After Blowout Jobs Number https://www.breitbart.com/economy/2022/07/08/atlanta-fed-gdp-tracker-still-negative-even-after-blowout-jobs-number/ The jobs number for June was much better than expected but not good enough to push the Atlanta Fed’s real-time GDP tracker back into positive territory. The Department of Labor said the U.S. economy added 372,000 jobs in the month of June, far better than the 250,000 expected. Wholesaler inventories grew by 1.8 percent in May, slightly lower than the initial estimate of two percent. The growth of employment and inventories was not enough to overcome the disappointing news in the weeks preceding it. The real-time GDP tracker run by the Federal Reserve, called GDPNOW, fell into negative territory weeks ago and remains there even now. On Friday afternoon, it registered a 1.2 percent contraction in the economy in the second quarter. If that turns out to be right, this would be the second consecutive quarterly contraction. In the minds of many, that constitutes a recession—even if the official arbiters of recessions at the National Bureau of Economic Research may not declare it to be a recession because unemployment remains so low. The odds are that the Atlanta Fed’s tracker will not rise into positive territory. There are only three more readings left before the official read of second quarter GDP is published on July 28th. On July 27th, we’ll get the final read. It will include figures from estimates of manufacturing in June, likely to show evidence of the contraction that has shown up in surveys. The final data source that will inform that GDPNOW estimate will be the Advance Economic Indicators, which are an amalgam of what we learned from inventory and trade data. In short, GDPNOW is more likely to fall than rise. Big upside surprises in the economic data could turn it around but that looks unlikely. Housing Could Provide More Fuel for Inflation https://www.wsj.com/articles/housing-could-provide-more-fuel-for-inflation-11657618231 Climbing housing costs are set to keep inflation elevated this year, creating another challenge for Federal Reserve officials who want to see signs that price pressures are easing before slowing their interest-rate increases. Overall annual inflation rose to 8.6% in May, while core inflation, which excludes volatile food and energy costs, hit 6%, according to the Labor Department’s consumer-price index. The June figures are set to be released Wednesday. Rising fuel costs and supply-chain disruptions from Russia’s war against Ukraine added to inflation that was already high due to surging demand from the economy’s reopening and aggressive government stimulus. Annual housing inflation, as measured in the CPI, hit a recent low in early 2021 at 1.4% and it has since rebounded, to 5.4% in May, well above the annual average of 3.5% between 2015 and 2019. Because of the way the Labor Department captures rental prices, rent inflation could continue to rise this summer before peaking at around 6.5% over the next several months, said David Wilcox, a senior economist at Bloomberg Economics and the Peterson Institute for International Economics. That would be a 36-year high. Fed rate increases have led to a broad pullback in financial risk taking, sending up borrowing costs and leading to stock-market declines. Mortgage rates have recently jumped to a 14-year high, and home builders and real-estate agents are reporting a significant pullback in sales. But demand for rental housing could continue to rise, keeping rents high. “These rent-based components in the inflation indices are likely to prove relatively impervious to the tightening in financial conditions we’re seeing right now,” said Mr. Wilcox. Other inflation forecasters see less scope for an additional, large run-up in housing inflation. Based on recent data, Omair Sharif, head of the advisory firm Inflation Insights LLC, expects housing inflation to rise to 6% by the end of the year. Meanwhile, he expects other service prices, such as for health insurance, to drop at the end of the year, providing enough downward pressure to monthly inflation readings to more than offset any strength from housing. This is Gabriel Rench with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief.

Daily News Brief
Daily News Brief for Wednesday, July 13th, 2022

Daily News Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 17:40


This is the Waberboy with your Daily News Brief for Wedneesday July 13, 2022 Gold River Trading Co. Are you tired of buying sugary drinks and coffee from large woke corporations? Throw a tea party! Gold River Trading Co. is an American company that offers premium alternatives for Americans who enjoy a delicious cup of tea. Start your day with Gold River’s invigorating American Breakfast Blend, cool down with a pitcher of crisp & refreshing Iced Tea, or unwind with Chamomile Herbal tea. Explore a variety of high-quality blends and enjoy a healthy, flavorful alternative from an American company that shares your values. Go to goldriverco.com and save 10% off all orders using discount code CROSSPOLITIC at checkout. On July 8th President Biden was supposed to sign an executive order regarding reproductive rights, and the order would direct Health and Human Services to take action…but there is one problem. He neer signed an executive order. Go to the Federal Registry, you can’t find it! https://www.federalregister.gov/presidential-documents/executive-orders/joe-biden/2022 But what they have released is a Fact Sheet…that has literally no authority: FACT SHEET: President Biden to Sign Executive Order Protecting Access to Reproductive Health Care Services https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2022/07/08/fact-sheet-president-biden-to-sign-executive-order-protecting-access-to-reproductive-health-care-services/ Today, President Biden will sign an Executive Order Protecting Access to Reproductive Health Care Services. This Executive Order builds on the actions his Administration has already taken to defend reproductive rights by: -Safeguarding access to reproductive health care services, including abortion and contraception; -Protecting the privacy of patients and their access to accurate information; -Promoting the safety and security of patients, providers, and clinics; and -Coordinating the implementation of Federal efforts to protect reproductive rights and access to health care. HHS: https://www.hhs.gov/about/news/2022/07/11/following-president-bidens-executive-order-protect-access-reproductive-health-care-hhs-announces-guidance-clarify-that-emergency-medical-care-includes-abortion-services.html Since the plan was announced, HHS has taken the following actions: Launched the ReproductiveRights.gov public awareness website, which includes a know-your-rights patient fact sheet; Convened a meeting with health insurers, and sent them a letter, calling on the industry to commit to meeting their obligations to provide coverage for contraceptive services at no cost as required by the Affordable Care Act; Issued guidance to patients and providers that addresses the extent to which federal law and regulations protect individuals’ private medical information when it comes to seeking abortion and other forms of reproductive health care, as well as when it comes to using health information apps on smartphones; Announced nearly $3 million in new funding to bolster training and technical assistance for the nationwide network of Title X family planning providers; and Met with Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, Oregon Governor Kate Brown, and Maine Governor Janet Mills and state attorneys general to discuss state-specific concerns. HHS will take additional actions in the coming days. Pig-Heart Transplants in Two Brain-Dead People Offer Chance to Improve Tests for Pig Viruses https://www.wsj.com/articles/pig-heart-transplants-in-two-brain-dead-people-offer-chance-to-improve-tests-for-pig-viruses-11657638000 According to WSJ: Two brain-dead individuals received genetically modified pig-heart transplants, part of growing efforts by scientists who want to improve tests on pig organs for pig viruses and gather data that could help launch clinical trials of animal-to-human organ transplants. Scientists at NYU Langone Health, where the research studies took place in June and July, said the pig hearts were flown from a facility hundreds of miles away and then transplanted into two recently deceased individuals, Lawrence Kelly, 72, a former welder from Beaver Meadows, Pa., and Alva Capuano, 64, a former teacher from New York City. Mr. Kelly was driving alone in his car when he suffered a heart attack, according to his fiancée, Alice Michael. Ms. Capuano, who had been the recipient of a kidney transplant from her son many years ago, had a heart attack while at home, said her husband, Richard Capuano. Both individuals were later declared brain-dead and maintained on ventilators. Their families agreed to donate their bodies to science, to take part in the research studies. In the U.S., brain death is defined as the irreversible cessation of all brain function, even if heart and lung activity can be maintained with machines. The pig hearts weren’t immediately rejected by the recipients’ bodies and functioned for the duration of the three-day studies, according to Nader Moazami, surgical director of heart transplantation at NYU Langone Health, who led the pig-heart procedures. The data haven’t been published yet or peer-reviewed. The issue was highlighted by the recent case of David Bennett, a 57-year-old handyman from Hagerstown, Md., whose pig-heart transplant was conducted at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore. The emergency procedure was aimed at extending the critically ill man’s life. Mr. Bennett died in March, 60 days after the transplant surgery. Fight Laugh Feast Magazine Our Fight Laugh Feast Magazine is a quarterly issue that packs a punch like a 21 year Balvenie, no ice. We don’t water down our scotch, why would we water down our theology? Order a yearly subscription for yourself and then send a couple yearly subscriptions to your friends who have been drinking luke-warm evangelical cool-aid. Every quarter we promise quality food for the soul, wine for the heart, and some Red Bull for turning over tables. Our magazine will include cultural commentary, a Psalm of the quarter, recipes for feasting, laughter sprinkled through out the glossy pages, and more. Sign up today, at fightlaughfeast.com. Euro, dollar a penny away from parity for first time in 20 years https://www.foxbusiness.com/economy/euro-dollar-penny-away-from-parity-first-time-20-years For the first time in nearly two decades, the exchange rate between the euro and the U.S dollar is about equal. The euro dropped to a 20-year low on Monday, approaching parity with the dollar on fears that an energy crisis in the European Union could drag the region into a recession. The euro traded at around $1.007 on Monday afternoon in the U.S, down roughly 15% from the start of the year. The parity between the two currencies comes as Russia shut off a key pipeline – Nord Stream 1 – carrying gas to Germany for annual maintenance. While the routine work that includes "testing of mechanical elements and automation systems" is scheduled to end on July 21, German officials fear the suspension of Russian gas could last longer than anticipated because of the war in Ukraine. The strong U.S. dollar is good news for Americans traveling to Europe this summer, who can expect to pay less for a plethora of goods while they are overseas. Atlanta Fed GDP Tracker Still Negative Even After Blowout Jobs Number https://www.breitbart.com/economy/2022/07/08/atlanta-fed-gdp-tracker-still-negative-even-after-blowout-jobs-number/ The jobs number for June was much better than expected but not good enough to push the Atlanta Fed’s real-time GDP tracker back into positive territory. The Department of Labor said the U.S. economy added 372,000 jobs in the month of June, far better than the 250,000 expected. Wholesaler inventories grew by 1.8 percent in May, slightly lower than the initial estimate of two percent. The growth of employment and inventories was not enough to overcome the disappointing news in the weeks preceding it. The real-time GDP tracker run by the Federal Reserve, called GDPNOW, fell into negative territory weeks ago and remains there even now. On Friday afternoon, it registered a 1.2 percent contraction in the economy in the second quarter. If that turns out to be right, this would be the second consecutive quarterly contraction. In the minds of many, that constitutes a recession—even if the official arbiters of recessions at the National Bureau of Economic Research may not declare it to be a recession because unemployment remains so low. The odds are that the Atlanta Fed’s tracker will not rise into positive territory. There are only three more readings left before the official read of second quarter GDP is published on July 28th. On July 27th, we’ll get the final read. It will include figures from estimates of manufacturing in June, likely to show evidence of the contraction that has shown up in surveys. The final data source that will inform that GDPNOW estimate will be the Advance Economic Indicators, which are an amalgam of what we learned from inventory and trade data. In short, GDPNOW is more likely to fall than rise. Big upside surprises in the economic data could turn it around but that looks unlikely. Housing Could Provide More Fuel for Inflation https://www.wsj.com/articles/housing-could-provide-more-fuel-for-inflation-11657618231 Climbing housing costs are set to keep inflation elevated this year, creating another challenge for Federal Reserve officials who want to see signs that price pressures are easing before slowing their interest-rate increases. Overall annual inflation rose to 8.6% in May, while core inflation, which excludes volatile food and energy costs, hit 6%, according to the Labor Department’s consumer-price index. The June figures are set to be released Wednesday. Rising fuel costs and supply-chain disruptions from Russia’s war against Ukraine added to inflation that was already high due to surging demand from the economy’s reopening and aggressive government stimulus. Annual housing inflation, as measured in the CPI, hit a recent low in early 2021 at 1.4% and it has since rebounded, to 5.4% in May, well above the annual average of 3.5% between 2015 and 2019. Because of the way the Labor Department captures rental prices, rent inflation could continue to rise this summer before peaking at around 6.5% over the next several months, said David Wilcox, a senior economist at Bloomberg Economics and the Peterson Institute for International Economics. That would be a 36-year high. Fed rate increases have led to a broad pullback in financial risk taking, sending up borrowing costs and leading to stock-market declines. Mortgage rates have recently jumped to a 14-year high, and home builders and real-estate agents are reporting a significant pullback in sales. But demand for rental housing could continue to rise, keeping rents high. “These rent-based components in the inflation indices are likely to prove relatively impervious to the tightening in financial conditions we’re seeing right now,” said Mr. Wilcox. Other inflation forecasters see less scope for an additional, large run-up in housing inflation. Based on recent data, Omair Sharif, head of the advisory firm Inflation Insights LLC, expects housing inflation to rise to 6% by the end of the year. Meanwhile, he expects other service prices, such as for health insurance, to drop at the end of the year, providing enough downward pressure to monthly inflation readings to more than offset any strength from housing. This is Gabriel Rench with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief.

Coach and Coordinator Podcast
Jeff Howard, DB Coach/Pass Game Coordinator, Cleveland Browns - Part 2 Defending Intent

Coach and Coordinator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 26:40


Today we share part 2 of our conversation with Jeff Howard DB Coach and Pass Game Coordinator for the Cleveland Browns. In part 1 we talked about his climb from hs to college to the nfl and the learning and networking that made it possible. We dove into his mindset as a coach teaching and his practice and game day routines. In part 2 we talk about defending intent, his view on drills and what he wants to accomplish, player feedback, coaching versus criticism, and coordinating the back end of the defense. We start with talking about an idea he brought up in part 1 - defensing intent. Shownotes: -What does defending intent mean -What drills are valued most -Coaching “instincts” -Working with players to learn more and help them -Harrison Smith -Designing plans and giving the answers -Coaching the mental process -Player feedback to create buy-in -Coaching cues and buzzwords -Communication to trigger processes -Giving feedback to players - building trust daily -Defining coaching vs. criticism -Coordinating the back end -Setting a foundation them adjusting off of it -How does one adjustment affect everyone else? -How much is too much -Being empathetic to how much can be processed -The what ifs - have awareness of what can cause issues -The winning edge - play fast, physical, together Related - Browns Coaches/Former Coaches Bill Callahan & Scott Peters from the COOL Clinic https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/wide-zone-pendulum-strike-pass-pro-strike-system-bill-callahan-and-scott-peters-cleveland-browns Scott Peters Part 1: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/creating-a-better-safer-game-part-1-scott-peters-assistant-ol-coach-clevland-browns Scott Peters Part 2: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/what-is-leverage-contact-for-every-position-part-2-scott-peters-assistant-ol-coach-cleveland-browns Joe Thomas & Bob Wylie Part 1: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/what-ive-learned-about-pass-protection-part-1-with-joe-thomas-and-bob-wylie Joe Thomas & Bob Wylie Part 2: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/what-i-learned-about-pass-protection-part-2-joe-thomas-and-bob-wylie Series with retired NFL Coach Charlie Coiner and Current Browns Assistant Zach Dunn: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/sets/trends-day-series-2019 Bob Wylie - What do you tell them when the ball is dead: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/what-do-you-tell-them-when-the-ball-is-dead-bob-wylie-ol-coach-ottawa-red-blacks Bob Wylie - Chemistry, Mindset and Communication: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/chemistry-mindset-and-communication-bob-wylie-nfl-and-cfl-alumni-32922-456-am The COOL Clinic Past and Present: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/the-cool-clinic-past-present-with-bob-wylie COOL Clinic Channel on CoachTube: https://coachtube.com/coolclinic

Wedding Confessionals
Episode 132: Petty Seating Charts & Coordinating with Coordinators (with Ruchi Sabat - Part 3)

Wedding Confessionals

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 45:31


Our convo with Ruchi Sabat continues. And now we're diving into confessionals!  Topics include coordinating with your wedding coordinator, stress managing time lines and making petty seating charts. If you like scheduling phone calls or putting your frenemy at the table in the back, this episode is for you!   -- GUEST INFO: Ways to contact Ruchi Sabat from Three Wishes Planning Website: https://www.threewishesplanning.com Instagram: @threewishesplanning Email: threewishesplanning@gmail.com   -- CONTEST INFO: We are now looking to have a listener come on the podcast as a guest! If you have some crazy wedding stories you wanna tell, and think you'd give good advice, email us a bit about you, your wedding, and why we should have you on the show. Send your email to: weddingconfessionals@gmail.com Make sure to write in the Subject line "I WANNA BE A GUEST!" We will accept emails until July 31st, 2022.   -- BRIDAL BREAK: Beach House Cosmos: A fun twist on the standard cocktail, created by Recipe Girl.  The Cat In Stacks: A book series about a librarian and cat that solve mysteries. Written by Miranda James. Planet Money: NPR Podcast that dives into all the weird ways money makes the world go round.    -- TELL US YOUR SECRET! Have a story to tell us? Need some advice about your own wedding drama?  Email us: weddingconfessionals@gmail.com Call us: 434-933-2663 Click here to send us a message with no personal information needed! We promise to never reveal the names in order to protect the innocent...and the annoyed. Your secret's safe with us!   -- WEDDING CONFESSIONALS LINKS: www.weddingconfessionals.com Instagram Facebook Twitter TikTok Pinterest   -- Logo by David Kantrowitz Theme song by Andy Schrier

A Legacy of Faith | parenting, marriage, family, homeschool, Christian, Bible
Episode 160: Lessons Learned from Coordinating VBS [Podcast]

A Legacy of Faith | parenting, marriage, family, homeschool, Christian, Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 33:33


(Player not displaying or working? Click here to listen.) Vacation Bible School is in the books at Central. Adam and Leah take this week’s episode to share some tips for coordinating a VBS. Even if your congregation is already done with VBS this year, these are tips you will want to file away for future years. Find our podcast on… Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify Stitcher TuneIn Radio RSS The post Episode 160: Lessons Learned from Coordinating VBS [Podcast] first appeared on .

The Meat Block
184 Color Coordinating With REMCO

The Meat Block

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 47:43


Color coordinating is more than looking cool.lol it also helps against foodborne illness and cross-contamination as well as many other uses.Liz StasiewiczPhone: 1-800-456-5624E-Mail: kochsupplies@bunzlusa.comwww.bunzlpd.comwww.bunzlpd.com/interactive-catalogsMatt Morrow RemcoP: 317-876-9856 | F: 800-585-8619M: 901-457-9543 www.remcoproducts.comShop Bunzl https://bit.ly/3moKuifContact us atThe Meat Blockhttps://www.instagram.com/themeatblock/https://www.spreaker.com/show/2220980Questions https://m.facebook.com/groups/548355638886041Travis Facebook@AmericanButcherwww.instagram.com/americanbutcherwww.spreaker.com/user/americanbutcherTravismeatStockstill@gmail.comDavid www.instagram.com/afarmbutcherDavid@infieldontable.com

Medical Sales Accelerator
Selling from the ‘Press Box': Coordinating Clinical, Strategic, & Economic Value Like a Coach

Medical Sales Accelerator

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 32:51


Most reps feel comfortable facilitating the clinical sale, but when it comes to talkin' business operations with their physician customers, they quickly turn from ‘go-getter' to ‘procrastinator.' So how do you address that elephant in the room and unlock deeper trust? Duston Harper has found success by broaching the business sale early and often, recognizing that today's temporary discomfort plants the seeds for tomorrow's opportunities. Join us as the VP of business development at SnapNurse shares what it means to “sell from the press box” and attack the sale from all angles with confidence.  In this episode, you'll learn: How Duston's time in corporate sales for Home Depot gave him an edge in MedTech The subtle yet important difference between stress and worry Why avoiding business side discussions can often put the sale at greater risk How to proactively address a customer's negative opinion of your company Plus, Duston shares his most practical tips for broaching difficult subjects with customers. Resources from this episode: Download the Behavior Change Blueprint Explore SnapNurse Social Media: Connect with Duston on LinkedIn Connect with Zed on LinkedIn Connect with Clark on LinkedIn

Coach and Coordinator Podcast
Coordinating An Offense - Phil Longo, Offensive Coordinator, North Carolina

Coach and Coordinator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 18:21


In this episode taken from the 2nd Annual Lauren's First & Goal Clinic, North Carolina offensive coordinator Phil Longo shares his philosophy which drives his work as an offensive coordinator. Shownotes: -Inspiration for this talk -Learning from mentors -Starting with a philosophy to drive the work you do -Self scout and simplification -Pushing the limits of simplification -His simple philosophy -Play fast -Play instinctively -Next play always -Depth chart -The standard is the standard -Play more people when they have attained the right to play -Equal reps in practice Link to this entire talk including practice and game video: https://bit.ly/3t704CA Related: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/phil_longo_ole_miss