The Game Plan- Traditions Today's Coach and Coordinator podcast, The Game Plan, features former coach Terry Shea, who does consulting work for future NFL Draft prospects. Shea was offensive coordinator for the Chicago Bears and quarterbacks coach for the Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins and St. Louis Rams. The Game Plan is a weekly in-season feature that shares thematic ideas that can help coaches and teams once the season begins. Today's focus is program traditions. Show notes 1:34 Traditions are more than winning 5:40 Including alumni into traditions 7:02 Getting boosters involved 10:48 Creating a closing ceremony for seniors 14:18 “The Senior Tackle” 19:15 Comparing conditioning from August to the end of the season 24:39 Shea's quarterback manual, Eyes Up
Luke Hawx, the actor behind FWD's "The Hole" and the Wrestling Coordinator in Heels talks about how the actors took to the art of wrestling and how the show became a lifeline for indy stars during the pandemic.Hawx is an establishing wrestling star who you can see Tuesday nights on NWA Powerrr and a driving force behind Wildkat Sports.RedCross.org is supporting those affected by Hurricane Irma and you can help too: https://www.redcross.org/about-us/our-work/disaster-relief/hurricane-relief/hurricane-irma-relief-information.html See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Elizabeth Weeks-Rowe shares her journey of how she got thrusted into the clinical research industry as a Clinical Research Coordinator, transitioned into a CRA role, and became a clinical research writer, author, speaker, and more! She also gives a brief introduction into her book “Clinical Research Trials & Triumphs”, which is a must read. Elizabeth's share her tips of how she was able to accomplish all these things and reveals how many options you can truly have, once you open up that CRA door.
In this episode of By Any Means Necessary, hosts Sean Blackmon and Jacquie Luqman are joined by Monica Cruz, labor reporter with BreakThrough News to discuss an international day of action led by employees of Phillip Morris, the importance of solidarity among international workers and the need to globalize resistance to exploitation, how the Phillip Morris action fits into the context of the rising tide of workers struggle in the US, and the connections between labor, class, and race and their importance in building a working class movement.In the second segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Celina Della Croce, Coordinator of Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research to discuss an upcoming anti-imperialist week of action focused on food sovereignty, the connections between food and imperialism, how food sovereignty presents a radical shift in thinking around food and community control over food.In the third segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Sohrob Aslamy, a doctoral candidate at Syracuse University in the department of Geography and the environment to discuss the economic crisis and hunger in Afghanistan, how the US invasion and the unofficial sanctions imposed by organizations like the World Bank have contributed to the crisis, the Taliban's inability to handle these issues, and the possibility of the rise of extremist groups like ISIS as a result of these unofficial sanctions.Later in the show, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Devyn Springer, cultural worker, host of the Groundings Podcast, and digital outreach coordinator at the Walter Rodney Foundation to discuss the emergence of both progressive and reactionary movements in the midst of major contradictions within the ruling class and intensifying crises of capitalism, the continued fallout from the Dave Chappelle special on Netflix and the false concern over cancel culture from the ruling class, and how capitalist culture and consumption informs politics.
In this segment of By Any Means Necessary, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Celina Della Croce, Coordinator of Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research to discuss an upcoming anti-imperialist week of action focused on food sovereignty, the connections between food and imperialism, how food sovereignty presents a radical shift in thinking around food and community control over food.
Today's guest on the Coach and Coordinator podcast is Grant Caserta. Caserta is the defensive coordinator and secondary coach at Illinois Wesleyan. He was a finalist for Football Scoop's Division III Coordinator of the Year following a 2016 season in which his defense held opponents to under 200 yards per game. He dives into designing game plans, prepping scout teams and game day communication. Show notes -Assigning the coaching staff tasks for game-day -Using film throughout the season -Designing practice to look like the game plan -Preparing the scout team to mimic the opponent -How freshmen and JV teams work into the program -Rotating between offense and defense in practice -Staying close to base -How Caserta responds to scripted plays -Procedure for in-game communication -How players communicate during the game -Husson's favorite defensive call -The winning edge Learn Defense: coachtube.com/courses/football/team-defense
BYU offensive coordinator Aaron Roderick addressed the media Wednesday as the No. 19/20 Cougars prepare to take on Baylor Saturday afternoon.
Motorbike enthusiast and fluent Chinese speaker James Trapp chats with ShaoLan about the Chinese words for motorbike and other types of vehicles. Listen and discover the similarities between riding a motorbike and meditating! Would you dare ride a motorbike on a 10 lane motorway in Beijing?
GamecockCentral.com's Wes Mitchell discusses today's coordinator press conference and is joined by GC's Mike Uva to discuss the Tennessee game and look ahead to Vanderbilt. GC Live is presented by Clint Hammond of Mortgage Network: https://www.mortgagenetwork.com/clint-hammond Clint is the branch manager for the Columbia Mortgage Network. Contact Clint for all of your mortgage needs: chammond@MortgageNetwork.com Phone: 803-771-6933 Mobile: 803-422-6797 Fax: 866-741-1723 As an experienced mortgage professional Clint is available to provide knowledgeable information for all your home financing goals. Let Clint help you identify the financing solution that best meets your specific needs. Links to GamecockCentral Live! will be found on GamecockCentral.com's web platform and discussion forums and will stream live on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter, in addition to being hosted on the GamecockCentral.com podcast network. Subscribing (for free) to the GamecockCentral YouTube channel and clicking the "bell" icon next to the subscribe button will turn on your notifications, which means you will be notified each time GamecockCentral Live! drops a new show. #SouthCarolinaFootball #Gamecocks
Physics training can provide students with broad problem-solving skills and familiarizes them with a wide range of technologies and the underlying physical principles. Today, Drs. Lisa Dieker and Rebecca Hines dive into the field of physics with their colleague, Dr. Malcolm Butler. Dr. Butler is currently a Professor and the Coordinator of the Ph. D. Program in Science Education at the University of Central Florida. His research interests include writing to learn in science, physics teacher education, and equity and diversity in science. Tune in today to hear more from Dr. Butler and the importance of "growing" more scientists and its impact on education. Don't forget we love to hear from our listeners! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out. We look forward to receiving your questions on our Google Phone (407) 900- 9305, Facebook (Practical Access), Twitter (@AccessPractical), or Instagram (@Practical_Access).
Travis is back for another edition of the Drive Time Podcast for this deep dive Wednesday. Today's dive is more brief and shallow, but we look at the week-to-week nature of the league. Plus, we'll hear from George Godsey, Josh Boyer and Danny Crossman and the guys from the Fish Tank drop in (post-game show) to talk Jacksonville Jaguars.
Todd is entering his 16th season coaching College Baseball. This upcoming season will be his first year at Tennessee Tech University. He is serving at the hitting coach and recruiting coordinator. Todd has coached at the D3, D2, and now D1 level. In this episode, we get into recruiting, developing hitters mentally and physically, 2k approach, and Todd's background. Todd and I will be speaking at Connecting the Dots conference December 3-5th in Knoxville Tennessee. We would love to see you there! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week on the Wedding Planning Podcast, we're going to sort out some misconceptions and FAQ's about wedding planners and day of coordinators. BONUS >>> Join me inside my digital wedding planning package, The VAULT for a special bonus meeting on training a friend or family member to act as your Day Of Coordinator. Sign up for your FREE 3-DAY TRIAL here! Our goal today is to get really clear on the difference between a wedding planner and a day-of coordinator, and to determine whether or not you really need to hire a professional to help you with your wedding plans. When I got married, I wasted a lot of time researching and interviewing planners before I realized that A.) I didn't HAVE to hire anyone, and B.) John and I had all the tools we needed to plan OUR perfect wedding day. And side note, shocker - obviously, none of the wedding planners I interviewed ever mentioned to me, hey by the way, did you know that you could actually just do this on your own? Thankfully I came around to that, but it took lots of wasted effort and stress to get there. Flash forward to today - I literally created the Wedding Planning Podcast so that any engaged couple could tune in and use the episodes and the tools we review in the weekly shows to plan their own wedding - no professional or pricey wedding planner required. Spoiler alert before we even dive in - I definitely DO NOT think you have to spend thousands of dollars to hire a professional wedding planner! Some alternatives? Try checking out the sites we mentioned in today's show, including your local Craigslist postings, Thumbtack.com, taskrabbit.com and fiverr.com I also know that there are countless wonderful wedding planning professionals out there, and for some couples it's a really smart investment … and we'll get into all of that that much more in today's show. Blog post for today's show, AND free "Day Of" Checklist here! A special thank you for supporting our valued show sponsors: Take advantage of FREE honeymoon planning services for your all-inclusive, cruise, or exotic honeymoon AND get $50 off when you book! Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org to get started. Check these guys out at Generation Tux and use promo code within today's episode for 10% off the entire groom's party AND a free groom's tux w/ 5 paid party members.
The Athletic's Ted Nguyen, @FB_FilmAnalysis on Twitter, joins Robert Mays for this week's Mailbag as they dive into your voicemails and emails coming out of week 5. Which current head coaches are HELPING their QBs the most? How should Bengals fans feel after the OT loss to the Packers? If you could trade for coordinators, what would your first move be? And more! Send your questions or CALL each week at 872-222-7073 / athleticfootballshow at gmail dot com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Catherine Bush is the author of five novels, including Blaze Island, Accusation, and Claire's Head. She is an Associate Professor and Coordinator of the Creative Writing MFA at the University of Guelph and divides her time between Toronto and the countryside of eastern Ontario. In this essay, Catherine tends to the understory in a time of mounting ecological loss. As invasive plants proliferate in a park near her childhood home in Toronto, she considers her family's own history as transplanted immigrants and how acts of reciprocity and care for the land might unknit despair. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Happy Columbus Day loyal listeners and Lauretta Froelich is running the show solo today. She is very excited because she has 3, yes 3 guests lined up. First up, she has Lou Bago, Coordinator and Marshall of Chicago's Annual Columbus Day Parade and the President of the Italian American Human Relations Foundation of Chicago and with Lauretta, they discuss some of the history of Christopher Columbus. Her second guest is none other than Mary FioRito, who's kids are off from school and she gives the latest update on the Parental Notification of Abortion Act. And finally, Lauretta is pleased to welcome Ken Torrens, Coordinator of the Sword of Prayer Conference to discuss the Sword of Prayer itself and upcoming events for it. For more information on Lauretta's guests and upcoming events for their organizations, please visit: https://ststanschurch.org/ Lou Rago: http://iahrf.com/ Mary FioRito: https://eppc.org/ and https://www.ilcatholic.org/ Dr. Ken Torrens: http://amanamongmenchicago.com/
Bio Current Coordinator of Sports Performance coach & Assistant Athletic Director of Athletics and Campus Recreation at Salisbury University 2018 National Strength & Conditioning Association College Strength Coach of the Yearfinalist for the NSCA College Strength Coach of the Year In 2016 & 2017 oversees the training programs of 21 varsity teams During his tenure as Coordinator, Matt has had the opportunity to work with 14 National Championship teams, 8 individual National Championship athletes, and over 340 All-Americans Prior to Salisbury University he spent time as a S&C coach with the Toronto Blue Jays Notes Where are we losing out on the little things? When we are stepping up to the rack what routine are using to step into our lift? We need to visually be able to see it, so the athlete can relate to it on the field Find the opportunities to use Tower of annoy (week ¾ of training, week 5 of school)Competing against other teams (iron Sammy) In understand the process, and the value of the very next move (pitch) Going through your mental routine before you do your set Bar speed measuresNeed to see numbers hit Relating concepts in the moment from what we are doing in the weightroom to the field How are we still using the concept later on (week 6 and further) to connect the concepts Power of the pennyIts the compound effect when you pick up a penny each time Anytime you saw change on the ground you picked it up and brought it in Model to show the daily process and the little things that add up to success If you are willing to walk over the little things of life you will not be successful The things I can control is my fitness level: strength, speed, and diet 6 componentsLift Conditioning Recover Nutrition Physical Skills Mental skills Put players in pressure situations during conditioning (play man up) Play the process right, focusing on doing your job right now Assess commitment: Jeff janson - commitment continuum Define it, assess it, and measure it Value in the weightroom Attitude - meet outside our weightoom before they walk in to get in the right mindset. Difference between elite and average Research related to body contact, and the teams with the most positive touches were the team in the championship Feedback Without value and the vision problems exist Values drive the decisions and accountability can happen Its ok to give both positive and negative but we are going to get better together Lead out of love Stay simple - what do the athletes need most? Assessment is critical - know where you are, so you can plan on where you want to go Constantly on players about down contact time If you can't produce force, you won't be able to produce force quickly Long term athletic development: start in technique, and move forward from there One leg sport, and that will be mature exercises once they get to that point Change the way you brace - rapid/standard bracing and move to rotational bracing Quickly brace because all movements through bracing of pelvis Everyone starts around the same movements to begin and then develop from there Everyone is squatting but rack 1 is different than rack 2 based on what they need We may not be lifting ideally, but we are lifting ideally for that moment Relationships help build up our trust for feedback on how they are feeling during lifts/movements Repetition and reserve RPE - rate of perceived exertion - If you are willing to lie to me how hard practice is we have a bad culture and we will not be as good as it can be How can we pull ourselves back and be as simplistic as possible to get the most out of our performance. Email email@example.com DM of facebook or instagram - Matt Nein
Coordinator of Discovery Family Coalition, Sharilee Grifiths discusses how providing FREE Family Fun and parenting support can help families put down the electronics and spend more time together. Join Guest-Host Bo Walker as he delves deeper into this free resource for families with children of all ages to experience adventures like discovery hunts and home games meant to bring the family closer together. To get involved by joining the coalition or donating products or services visit DiscoverFamilyAdventures.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this milestone episode of the podcast, host Emily Van Buskirk is joined by two members of the Coastal Carolina football program to talk about how the Chanticleers have made college football fun again. (Disclaimer: college football is pretty fun already). First, Emily chats with senior long snapper CJ Schrimpf about his junior college journey and how he found his way to Conway, what it's like to be part of this Chanticleer team and his NIL deal with a local limo company that allows him and a few of his teammates to arrive to home games in style.Later, Emily is joined by Coastal Carolina football Coordinator of Player Personnel Colton Korn, who talks about coaching with his brother, Co-Offensive Coordinator and Quarterbacks Coach Willy Korn, playing in hostile Sun Belt environments and what its been like to watch head coach Jamey Chadwell build something special in South Carolina. Make sure to follow the show on all the socials: @sidelinesasss on Twitter and Instagram and Sideline Sass on Facebook. Plus, don't forget to check out the website where audio, video and written sass converge at www.SidelineSasss.com.Follow Emily on Twitter and Instagram at @Emilnem, follow CJ Schrimpf on Twitter and Instagram at @CJ_Schrimpf and follow Colton Korn on Twitter at @CoachColtonKorn and on Instagram at @ckorn11.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. To show our level of commitment to bringing attention to this plague of violence we began this year with an interview with MJ Vess in an episode entitled: Broken Bones, psychological, emotional, financial abuse, intimidation and control. If you haven't listened to this survival story, please do so here.● 3 women are killed every day at the hands of their intimate partner. Today we have the distinct honor and high privilege to sit and talk with Leanne Biltz, Volunteer Coordinator with The Battered Women's Shelter & Rape Crisis Center of Summit and Medina, Ohio counties. It provides many essential services , like emergency shelter for those fleeing abuse, free therapy services, and hospital advocacy for those seeking a “rape kit”. ● 1 in 4 women will experience domestic violence in their lifetime. Advocacy for women's issues comes naturally for Leanne. She said, “I've always been an advocate for women and helping to end violence against them.” An intimate partner abuse survivor herself, this issue is very close and very dear to her heart. She's lived through it and now she fights against it. Domestic violence is a pattern of behaviors used by one partner to maintain power and control over another in an intimate relationship. It comes in many different forms, including:· Physical– the use or threat of physical force with the intent to cause harm. This can include shoving, strangling, grabbing, or throwing objects at the victim.· Emotional/Verbal – using words to purposely cause harm. This includes name-calling, humiliation, the “silent treatment,” and gaslighting.· Sexual: Any kind of unwanted sexual behavior.· Financial: Stealing money from you, your family, or friends.· Other control tactics, such as withholding money or having complete control over how money is spent, to withholding sleep from the victim.In this smokin' hot brand-new episode we dig deep and educate on:● Until 1975, marital rape without legal ramifications was allowed and justified.● Criminal Protective Orders● One feature shared by most abusive relationships is that the abusive partner tries to establish or gain power and control through many different methods, at different moments.● Domestic violence doesn't discriminate. People of any race, age, gender, sexuality, religion, education level, or economic status can be a victim — or perpetrator — of domestic violence.● The Summit County Sexual Response Team: what it consists of and the services it provides.● Who the victims of Domestic Violence are.● Stalking, sexual assaults of intimate partners and risk factors or “pre-attack indicators”.● We examine if younger defendants more likely to re-abuse and recidivate than older defendants.● Criminal perpetrators who commit these acts do so intentionally. They are filled with narcissistic rage and are master manipulators.● We unpack any common traits that many abusers share, and how you or someone you care about can get help.This episode is packed with so much information it simply isn't possible to do it justice in attempting to describe everything that you'll learn when you tune in. Those who do tune in will be enlightened, educated and empowered.I'm honored to be a part of this team that is focused on investigative journalism and sharing the truth. Like it or not, the truth disturbs, the truth divides, but ultimately the truth delivers and in a time of crisis, the truth provides calm.Phil RizzoExecutive Producer
For this episode of the Coach and Coordinator podcast, our host Keith Grabowski details several ways for you to instill game-day confidence into your players. We also pulled audio from a previous podcast with Coach Chuck Kyle for his thoughts onpregame speeches. 1. Provide positive feedback 2. Teach them to provide feedback to their teammates 3. Teach them to call out a teammate when effort isn't given 4. Deliberate practice 5. Positive environment on game-day 6. Let your players know they're prepared 7. Coach Chuck Kyle's thoughts on the pregame speech Related Content https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/deliberate-practice-week-4-teaching-players-to-take-advantage-of-opportunity https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/deliberate-practice-3-creating-situations-in-practice-comm-handling-the-late-step-option-o https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/lessons-from-2017-chuck-kyle-cleveland-st-ignatius-high-school-coach https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/building-a-championship-winning-tradition-chuck-smith-head-coach-boyle-county-high-school https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/coach-grabowskis-notebook-tips-for-a-successful-pregame-speech
Brace Hemmelgarn is currently the Coordinator, Publications and Photography for the Minnesota Twins. Hemmelgarn is responsible for photography needs throughout the organization as well as overseeing the content produced in the club's yearbook and magazine. After graduating from St. Cloud Cathedral High School, Hemmelgarn attended Saint John's University in Collegeville, MN, where he played baseball and graduated in 2012 with a degree in Communication. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/matt-brown57/support
This is part 2 of another incredible episode with John McAdory where he continues to share his CRA journey, from the very beginning to where he is today as Vice President of a biopharmaceutical company. He talks about his early pre-med dreams and how he stumbled upon the CRA role after determining that medical school was no longer his path. He discusses life as a CRA (including some of the rewards and challenges), his career after monitoring, and his secrets for how he was able to achieve his success of going from CRA to VP.
Today's Co-Hosts: Ben Criddle (@criddlebenjamin) Subscribe to the Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle/id996764363Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMTM2OTkzOS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7dZvrG1ZtKkfgqGenR3S2mPocket Castshttps://pca.st/SU8aOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes996764363/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle-byuSpreakerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddleStitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=66416iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-cougar-sports-with-29418022TuneInhttps://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports-Talk--News/Cougar-Sports-with-Ben-Criddle-p731529/
AADOM Radio and Progressive Dental Marketing Present:Bart Knellinger/President & CEO/Founder-Progressive Dental Marketing Event Info:https://www.progressivedentalmarketing.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/TCI-PDF-for-AADOM-Audience.pdf Learning Objectives:After networking and working with so many offices in the dental field for over 13 years, we have noticed that the treatment coordinator is the primary driving force to increasing production in the practice and ultimately meeting the dental practice's sales goals. Learning how to do the following correctly with our help will impress the doctor and help you grow in your career! We teach this valuable information at The Closing Institute!The Closing Institute teaches our doctors and their teams the following which we touch upon in this podcast:The Psychology Of A CloserHow To Qualify LeadsStandardized Sales ProcessHow To Gain The Patient's TrustIdentifying and Overcoming Acceptance BarriersPresenting Creative Funding Options for Cases Over $40k+Follow-Up Strategies and ToolsGetting Unscheduled Treatment Back In The DoorBringing Doctors and Treatment Coordinators TogetherIdentify the Gaps in your Treatment Planning ProcessTeach You How to Bring In New PatientsGetting Unscheduled Treatments Back In the DoorReceive an Actionable Plan to Implement Within Your PracticeProvide You with Tried-and-True Methods to Increase Your Multi Implant Full-Arch CasesGet Your Team Excited in the Role they Play About Changing People's Lives Through DentistryAND MORE!Learn More About Progressive Dental Marketing:https://www.progressivedentalmarketing.com/Learn More About AADOM:https://www.dentalmanagers.com/
Today's Coach and Coordinator podcast, The Game Plan, features former coach Terry Shea, who does consulting work for future NFL Draft prospects. He's served as the Chicago Bears offensive coordinator as well as quarterbacks coach for the Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins and St. Louis Rams. The Game Plan is a weekly in-season feature that shares thematic ideas that can help coaches and teams once the season begins. Today's focus will be on how to approach the last part of the season. Show notes -How to approach the last quarter of the season -Going back to old material -Maintaining focus -Determining when to practice without gear -Tony Dungy's Practice Smart course -Keeping the mental edge -Changing the coaching staff routine -Discuss film with the whole staff -How to boost team morale
The rights of nature are enshrined in a number of constitutions around the world, and there is a growing movement to extend rights to nature as it faces increasing threats. The extension of rights to nature prompts fundamental questions about the nature, enforcement and evolution of rights. Does nature have rights, or do they belong only to humans? Are the rights of nature human rights in disguise? Is the extension of legal rights to nature enough to ensure its protection? In the final episode of Season 1 of Entitled, University of Chicago Law Professors Claudia Flores and Tom Ginsburg talk to Frank Tumusiime, Coordinator and Senior Research Fellow at Advocates for Natural Resources and Development (ANARDE) and Aaron Mills, Assistant Professor at McGill University Faculty of Law and Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Constitutionalism and Philosophy.
BYU offensive coordinator Aaron Roderick addressed the media Wednesday in advance of No. 10 BYU's home game against Boise State.
Today's podcast is a conversation about Attachment Theory with Dr Sarah Ashton. This chat may help you to identify why you are, the way you are in romantic relationships and why your partner is the way they are!
On today's show, We play the best of OC Marcus Satterfield and DC Clayton White's quick hitters, then Mike Uva joins the show to talk Red Sox and Yankees, Tom Brady, Urban Meyer, and more importantly Gamecock Football.
GamecockCentral.com's Wes Mitchell and Chris Clark discuss offensive coordinator Marcus Satterfield and defensive coordinator Clayton White's Tennessee press conference plus former South Carolina wide receiver Troy Williamson. GC Live is presented by Clint Hammond of Mortgage Network: https://www.mortgagenetwork.com/clint-hammond Clint is the branch manager for the Columbia Mortgage Network. Contact Clint for all of your mortgage needs: chammond@MortgageNetwork.com Phone: 803-771-6933 Mobile: 803-422-6797 Fax: 866-741-1723 As an experienced mortgage professional Clint is available to provide knowledgeable information for all your home financing goals. Let Clint help you identify the financing solution that best meets your specific needs. Links to GamecockCentral Live! will be found on GamecockCentral.com's web platform and discussion forums and will stream live on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter, in addition to being hosted on the GamecockCentral.com podcast network. Subscribing (for free) to the GamecockCentral YouTube channel and clicking the "bell" icon next to the subscribe button will turn on your notifications, which means you will be notified each time GamecockCentral Live! drops a new show. #SouthCarolinaFootball #Gamecocks
GoodAthleteProject.com For Today's episode, Jim is joined by Molly Gosline, Coordinator of Social Emotional Learning at Adlai E. Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, Illinois. In her role at Stevenson, she works within the professional learning community to build an SEL culture. She is the Executive Director of SEL4IL and the founder of SEL School Consulting. Molly earned an Ed.M. in the risk & prevention division of the human development and psychology program from The Harvard Graduate School of Education and is currently a doctoral student in the Mid-Career Education Leadership Program at the University of Pennsylvania. You can follow Molly on Twitter: @MollyGosline Follow The Good Athlete Project on Instagram: @GoodAthleteProject and Twitter: @Coach4Kindness Visit us at our website: GoodAthleteProject.com
Coach DJ Eliot joins us on the first episode of our Defensive Series. Coach Eliot has 20+ years of coaching experience in the collegiate rankings. Coach Eliot's pedigree includes coaching stops at Kansas, Florida State, Miami, Colorado and Kentucky, as well as time with proven winners and program builders Jimbo Fisher and Mark Stoops. Additionally, Coach Eliot is among a select group of defensive thought-leaders that regularly clinic around the principles of the 3-4 defense. Today we talk about: -The Evolution of Georgia and Alabama Defenses -The Dave Aranda/Vic Fangio tree -Stems, how to do them , calling them, practicing them -Creepers and common offensive answers -Suggestions for offenses on how to best handle creepers -RPO and how a defensive coordinator looks at them -Complimentary football between offense and defense
On the latest episode of Chesterfield Behind the Mic, we talk to Jessica Robison, who is the county's coordinator of emergency management, about what her division does, the ways that Chesterfield residents can stay informed and prepared, and what sorts of ways the county plans for emergency responses throughout the year. Credits: Director: Martin Stith Executive Producer: Susan S. Pollard Co-Executive Producer: Teresa Bonifas Producer/Writer/Host: Brad Franklin Director of Photography/Editor: Matt Boyce Camera Operator/Promotions: Vernon Freeman Graphics: Debbie Wrenn Promotions and Media: J' Elias O'Neal and Liz Hart Music: Hip Hop This by Seven Pounds Inspiring Electronic Rock by Alex Grohl Guest: Jess Robison, Emergency Management Coordinator Filmed in-house by the Department of Communications and Media Chesterfield.gov/podcast Follow us on social media! On Facebook, like our page: Chesterfield Behind the Mic. On Twitter, you can find us at @ChesterfieldVa and on Instagram it's @ChesterfieldVirginia. And you can also watch the podcast on WCCT TV Thursday through Sunday at 7 p.m. as well as on weekends at noon on Comcast Channel 98 and Verizon Channel 28.
Our guest to this episode is Matt Kellam, Military & Recruitment Program Coordinator, Talent Acquisition for Dominion Power. We talk with Matt about the Virginia Energy Workforce Consortium's “Energy Workforce Development Pathways” Virtual Summit happening on October 21st. The energy industry in Virginia, and the country, is evolving rapidly and they need new young talent and Matt is working hard with school systems to expose students to careers in the energy industry. It does not matter if you are planning to go to college or not, Dominion Power has openings for high school graduates and those in college. Have a listen to find out about the many opportunities at Dominion Power and the upcoming summit. Anyone can attend or listen online. Make sure to give us a shoutout at Henrico CTE Now. We would love to hear from you. What do you like? Who would you like us to interview? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, please tell your friends and family about us and be sure to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE so you get a notice when we post our next episode. On October 21st, the Virginia Energy Workforce Consortium (VEWC) will be hosting (virtually) the “Energy Workforce Development Pathways” Summit. Ed Baine, President of Dominion Energy Virginia, will provide the opening/keynote remarks. Other notable participants will include Sec. of Education Atif Qarni, Sec. of Labor Megan Healy, the Va. Department of Energy (formerly Dept. of Mines Minerals and Energy), Va. Chamber of Commerce, Va. Community College System, Energy industry leaders, and others. Click here for more info.
Ohio high school football coaching veteran Mark Solis is today's guest on the Coach and Coordinator podcast. Now the head coach at Olentangy High School in Lewis Center, Ohio, Solis sits down with host Keith Grabowski to discuss maintaining a work-life balance for his coaching staff. He also breaks down his philosophy behind building a Football Operations team. Show notes - Weight room philosophy during the season - Giving the coaching staff weekends off - Continuity is important in building a successful program - Building a football operations team - The winning edge
In this episode, Morgane chats with Julie, Owner, and Planner at Fiore Events in the Main Event. Morgane shakes her curls at the lack of sanctity of marriage. After reading an article in GQ and a magazine's social media post about open marriages. Morgane's take on the topic with ease. Morgane has really loved the meal delivery services lately. She chews on gnocchi with zucchini, tomatoes, and a creamy lemon sauce. during What You Chewin'. Here are the key takeaways from the Main Event: Who is Julie? Julie started as a planner because of her love for planning weddings. But she truly started learning from her experience with event planning while working at a nonprofit. After getting married in 2018, she took the leap to start her business shortly after. She offers services for both planning and coordinator. The difference here is with planning vs coordinating is Julie is way more involved with the details of the event. As with coordinating she may start about 8 weeks out from the wedding to really pull the final touches together. Most of the full planning clients come to Julie without the date or the venue. How are you pivoting with your couples? “We are holding on and hanging out for the best. We are trying to keep everyone as calm as possible,” Julie said about her experience. There's a 2021 wedding boom. Because venues are so booked because of 2020, it has been referred to as the wedding boom. What was wedding planning like in a pandemic? Though her average wedding range was 15-25, she only planned three weddings during 2020. “I know when you start a business, the third year is kind of your benchmark, but with 2020 that got threw out of the water,” Julie explained. All the venue staff is masked, the coordinators are masked, and even the guests must be masked. The couple was able to not wear masks. More rural Missouri had no mask mandates. Some couples have even moved their weddings to rural Missouri to get away from wearing masks. Trends Micro-weddings are now a thing. Some people call them small weddings. The technical number is under 15 people, but some couples have under 100 guests to their wedding. Julie has noticed there's a lot more RSVP than usual. It's more like 5% of people that decline over the average 15%. How did the bride and groom cope during this time? “ I have to give them such huge credits because they (my bride and groom) just took it with so much grace," Julie describes. What is the role of a coordinator? The coordinator works with all people involved from the venue to the caterer, the couple, and even the family. This role also puts out “fires”. A coordinator has the resources and the connections with local venues, photographers, DJs, etc. in case of an issue. Florals mentioned in the episode DIY Flowers; https://www.kukkaflowers.com/ Let's keep the conversation going by connecting with Morgane and Julie on social media. Let the pair know what you thought of this episode. Stay connected with Morgane www.youngblackmrs.com www.facebook.com/YoungBlackMRS www.instagram.com/YoungBlackMRS www.instagram.com/Morgane_Eats https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0-VsfPB3egPu_OJ6_osL3w Stay connected with Julie Website: fioreevents.com www.instagram.com/fioreeventskc www.facebook.com/fioreeventskc --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/youngblackmrs/message
Mike Rowe is today's guest on the Coach and Coordinator podcast. A college football assistant-turned high school head coach, Rowe currently serves as the head coach at ROCORI High School in Minnesota, where he's earned a berth to the state playoffs each of the last three seasons. Rowe opens up about character, pregame speeches and adding trick plays in today's podcast. Show notes -Teaching character throughout the season -Players response to character building - Tying character into game day -Rowe's pregame speech philosophy -Creating competition during practice -Taking pressure off the team -Halftime adjustments -Adding trick plays Coach Rocori on CoachTube: https://bit.ly/3oom6Pz
In this episode of By Any Means Necessary, hosts Sean Blackmon and Jacquie Luqman are joined by Sameena Rahman, staff writer for Breaking the Chains Magazine to discuss the so-called “heartbeat” bill in Texas and its effective banning of abortions, how poor and working class communities will bear the brunt of this law, and the resistance to these laws.In the second segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Tunde Osazua, the Coordinator of the U.S. Out of Africa Network, a project of the Black Alliance for Peace to discuss the use of AFRICOM by the US to control African resources and its people, its fostering of genocidal conditions in some parts of Africa, and the movement to expel AFRICOM from the continent.In the third segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Ivan Klepov, head of online RT DE to discuss the banning of two YouTube channels of RT Deutsch and the strange circumstances surrounding the ban, the stigmatization and targeting of Russian media, and the challenges that YouTube's vague community guidelines pose to alternative media.Later in the show, Sean and Jacquie are joined by James Early, Former Director of Cultural Heritage Policy at the Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage at the Smithsonian Institution and board member of the Institute for Policy Studies to discuss Joe Manchin's resistance to the already-compromised budget reconciliation bill, why working people need to organize outside of the political duopoly to demand that their needs are met, and the statement by the Cuban foreing minister on the US use of sanctions and its context in broader US imperialism.
In this segment of By Any Means Necessary, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Tunde Osazua, the Coordinator of the U.S. Out of Africa Network, a project of the Black Alliance for Peace to discuss the use of AFRICOM by the US to control African resources and its people, its fostering of genocidal conditions in some parts of Africa, and the movement to expel AFRICOM from the continent.
Today's Coach and Coordinator podcast, The Game Plan, features former coach Terry Shea, who does consulting work for future NFL Draft prospects. He's served as the Chicago Bears offensive coordinator as well as quarterbacks coach for the Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins and St. Louis Rams. The Game Plan is a weekly in-season feature that shares thematic ideas that can help coaches and teams once the season begins. Today's focus will be on how to handle distractions that occur during the season. -Dealing with the media -Setting media rules for players -Initiating contact with the media -Handling Homecoming week events -Rivalry games -What to do when a key player gets injured
Two top guests join this episode to discuss the importance of Indigenous rights to the future of biodiversity conservation and efforts to build a more sustainable future for life on Earth. Victoria Tauli-Corpuz is the former UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, and is the current executive director of the Tebtebba Indigenous Peoples' International Centre for Policy Research and Education, based in Manila. Tauli-Corpuz who is a member of the Kankana-ey-Igorot people of the Philippines describes the Global Indigenous Agenda released at the IUCN World Conservation Congress, why it calls for Indigenous rights to be central to conservation efforts, and what she hopes to see achieved at the UN Biodiversity Conference taking place in Kunming, China next year. We also speak with Zack Romo, program director for the Coordinator of Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon Basin (COICA) who was in Marseilles for the Congress and helped pass the motion to protect 80% of the Amazon by 2025. The rights-based approach that Amazon protection plan calls for, and what the next steps are to making the plan a reality, are discussed. Here's further reading and listening: • ”‘The tipping point is here, it is now,' top Amazon scientists warn” • ”As COP15 approaches, '30 by 30' becomes a conservation battleground” • ”‘Join us for the Amazon,' Indigenous leaders tell IUCN in push for protection” Please invite your friends to subscribe to the Mongabay Newscast wherever they get podcasts, or download our free app in the Apple App Store or in the Google Store to get access to our latest episodes at your fingertips. If you enjoy the Newscast, please visit www.patreon.com/mongabay to pledge a dollar or more to keep the show growing, Mongabay is a nonprofit media outlet and all support helps! See all our latest news from nature's frontline at Mongabay's homepage: news.mongabay.com or find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by searching for @mongabay. Episode artwork: Participants at the IUCN World Conservation Congress in 2021, image via IISD. Please share your thoughts and ideas! email@example.com.
On today's episode of the Coach and Coordinator podcast, Mike Emendorfer joins the show. Emendorfer is the head coach at Wisconsin-Platteville, where he's coached for the past 19 years, breaking numerous offensive records in the process. Emendorfer's teams at Wisconsin-Platteville routinely appear in national rankings and he's taken home Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Coach of the Year honors twice. Show notes -How Emendorfer adds wrinkles to the game-plan -Creativity sparked by opponents' film - Weighing pros and cons when adding concepts to playbook - Method for beginning a game -Breaking down game-day communication -Keeping simple concepts -Changes made in practice throughout the season -How to mentally prepare players -The winning edge
BYU passing game coordinator and wide receivers coach Fesi Sitake addressed the media on Tuesday ahead of No. 13/15 BYU's road trip to Utah State Friday night.
Chris Carter, NFL and NCAAF analyst, is joined by Tony Serino for a Tony Tuesday! The guys discuss what the biggest concern for the Steelers' offense is after three games and what might need to happen to fix it. Is it on the line? Quarterback? Coordinator? All of the above? And what can be done now to fix things? Follow Chris Carter on Twitter: @CarterCritiques. Theme music is 'Soul Kick' by Ceddy P, and 'Too Easy' by Nerdboy. Both from their label Renaissance Music. Find more from their label here. This show is part of the Locked on Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices