Tonight's new episode of Archivalesque compiles three mixes I made in the Octobers of '13 and '15. In it are a few dozen songs that finally made it clear to me that a little over 98% of the music I would enjoy for the rest of my life had already been created and was simply waiting for me. There is a tremendous amount of comfort in that realization! Links to Mixcloud and Soundcloud in my bio & story. FULL downloads on my patreon. Curated by @pauldufrene Graham Nash – Hey You (Looking At The Moon) Roger McGuinn – I'm So Restless Ian Matthews – Close The Door Lightly When You Go Lee Hazlewood – Won't You Tell Your Dreams Donovan – Ramblin' Boy Nick Drake – Rider On The Wheel Michael Hurley – The Vt.-Ore. Floor Melanie – Steppin' Joe Cocker – Just Like A Woman Moby Grape – 8:05 Cat Stevens – Trouble Bob Lind – The Times They A Changin' Tom Rush – Joshua Gone Barbados Ralph McTell – First Song David Blue – Grand Hotel Loudon Wainwright III – Come A Long Way Ted Lucas – It Is So Nice To Get Stoned Nina Simone – Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues Dave Van Ronk – I Think It's Going To Rain Today Terry Jacks - Christina Hickory Wind – I Don't Believe Maggie and Terre Roche – Down to Dream Mike Cooper - Places I Know Bob Lind - What Color Are You Fairport Convention - Book Song Faces – Glad & Sorry Them - Could You Would You Meic Stevens - Can Mamgu Elyse Weinberg - What You Call It Dave Van Ronk - He Was A Friend of Mine Jerry Jeff Walker - Old Road Sir Douglas Quintet - At the Crossroads
Katie Mann with Curated Medical Curated Medical was founded with the goal of not only providing incredible results but also being a source to help you navigate the world of aesthetics. With so many treatments available, it can be overwhelming to know where to start and who to trust. We have "curated" the top treatments […]
Katie Mann with Curated Medical Curated Medical was founded with the goal of not only providing incredible results but also being a source to help you navigate the world of aesthetics. With so many treatments available, it can be overwhelming to know where to start and who to trust. We have "curated" the top treatments […] The post Katie Mann with Curated Medical appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
New technologies and changing consumer preferences disrupt the traditional model of buying groceries. As a result, online grocery shopping is becoming a trend in most countries around the world. While online grocery stores have brought a new level of convenience to the shopping experience, they have also presented some challenges. In this episode, Tommy talks with Christophe Dessaigne, Co-Founder at JackBe. Being one of the four co-founders who has come up with the revolutionary grocery store concept, Christophe's job is to work on the business rather than in the business. Christophe talks with Tommy about how the concept behind JackBe came to be. He also speaks about their strategy to prevent grocery substitutions, how the team raises funds for their business, and how people can invest at JackBe. Key Takeaways [03:03] - What Christophe's life was like growing up. [06:24] - Why Christophe left his business partnership. [09:11] - What gap years are and how they work. [12:26] - How Christophe got his start in private equity. [15:25] - What motivated Christophe to start a business. [18:03] - How the revolutionary store concept came to be. [23:05] - How Jackbe ensures that customers receive the right items they order. [27:26] - The strategy JackBe uses to prevent substitutions. [29:42] - Locations where JackBe will be launched in the future. [33:23] - JackBe's fund-raising strategy. [40:39] - How people can invest at JackBe. Quotes [04:30] - "I love the idea of building business, building teams, and achieving something together with other people that are like-minded, relationally compatible, and strategically aligned." ~ Christophe Dessaigne [23:55] - "About 70% of Americans don't know what to eat for dinner by 2 PM, and the average American family with two children or less spends 70 minutes grocery shopping weekly." ~ Christophe Dessaigne [32:35] - "Time is something that people value the most. No substitution, quality of products, and picking for them as they would pick for themselves are what we want to provide for our customers." ~ Christophe Dessaigne Links Christophe Dessaigne on LinkedIn JackBe London School of Economics Apex Group GMG | The Guardian Jennifer Neef Alex Ruhter Wefunder Invest in JackBe Connect with our hosts Mammoth Tommy on LinkedIn Subscribe and stay in touch Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Learn more about Mammoth Scientific's Health & Tech Fund 1 When you move beyond the point of making sure your retirement goals are on track, your investment opportunities are wider than just publicly traded funds. Step into the world of investing in venture capital by learning more about Mammoth Scientific's Health & Tech Fund 1. Curated by some of the leading medical and fintech experts, Mammoth's Fund 1 is paving the way for health science and tech innovation. If you're interested in helping patient care, provides insight, and instrumentation go beyond possibility and into reality, check it out today at Mammoth.vc. Visit Mammoth.vc today!
A topic lots of us business owners using Instagram to market for ourselves and connect with our clients and often ask ourselves is...should I curate my IG? We debate on whether or not to share personal things on our stories or feed and I share with you my feelings on the subject! ------------------------------- Where you can find me: Instagram: @cayleighelyphotography Tik Tok: @cayleighelyphotography Website: https://cayleighely.com/ Mentorships with me: https://cayleighely.com/for-photographers --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/clearlyfocused/support
In this edition of The Way Out I'm ecstatic to bring you my interview with Recovery Coach, Recovery Podcaster, and person in long term Recovery Matt Gardiner. Matt hosts the Beyond Recovery Podcast and it was a true honor to share my journey to and through recovery to this point on his podcast recently, so check that out if you are so inclined and to that end, I've included a handy link to that episode in the show notes. Every once in a great while, you meet someone where everything just seems to click, and this is precisely what happened with Matt and I right off the bat - we quickly hit it off and it truly felt as we were old friends. We found we have so much in common, from our mutual love of great 90's music like Nirvana, to playing guitar and songwriting, and from being bullied in adolescence to having a close friend in Recovery provide that essential helping hand to get into and launch ourselves into recovery. Throw in each of us having multiple attempts at recovery prior to our most recent and with any luck our last and both of us being Recovery Coaches, Recovery Podcasters and people in long term recovery we are indeed brothers from other mothers and our ensuing conversation is absolutely jam packed with spiritual and recovery truth as well as Matt's journey to and through Recovery to this point so listen up. Contact Matt: https://linktr.ee/mattgardiner555 My interview with Matt on his Beyond Recovery Podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/user/mattgardiner/audio1348297952 Recommended Recovery Literature (Quit-Lit): Alcohol is SH!T: How to Ditch the Booze, Re-ignite Your Life, and Recover the Person you Were Always Meant to be by by Paul Churchill: https://www.amazon.com/Alcohol-SH-Re-ignite-Recover-Person/dp/1086176545 Best Piece of Recovery Advice: 'The Opposite Of Addiction Is Not Sobriety. The Opposite Of Addiction Is Connection' - Yohann Hari Songs that Symbolize Recovery: Bulls on Parade by Rage Against the Machine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3L4YrGaR8E4 After the Goldrush by Neil Young: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOMaqe0LOmo Don't forget to check out “The Way Out Playlist” available only on Spotify. Curated by all our wonderful guests on the podcast! https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6HNQyyjlFBrDbOUADgw1Sz (c) 2015 - 2022 The Way Out Podcast | All Rights Reserved Theme Music: “all clear” (https://ketsa.uk/browse-music/) by Ketsa (https://ketsa.uk) licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-way-out-podcast/message
If you're looking for new music to add to your collection, look no further! This week's electronic music podcast is full of fresh new tracks that are sure to get your groove on. Curated and mixed by me, Kono Vidovic, this mix features some of the best new music out [...] The post Electronic Music Podcast 475: Dirty Disco with Kono Vidovic. appeared first on Dirty Disco - Curated Electronic Music & more.
Iványi Helka pécsi születésű, jelenleg Bécsben élő festő. Helka "rajzfilm stílusú festő" és multidiszciplináris művész. A festészeten kívül a textilművészet, a divattervezés, a mintatervezés, a fényképezés és az operatőr munkái is vannak. #festő #képzőművész #Ausztria #Bécs #festészet https://www.helka.studio/ https://www.instagram.com/helka.studio https://www.artconnect.com/ Kitüntetések, díjak és kiállítások: 2016 2. helyezés, Earl George Festetics Múzeumi Gyűjtemény "Nők" verseny - részvétel a kiállításon (Hévíz, Magyarország) 2. hely, Új Nemzedék Verseny - a nyeremény egy romániai utazás volt Részvétel a BUD Repülőtér Galéria Kiállításon (Budapest, Magyarország) Részvétel a "Képzőművészet - Diákok" kiállítás (Budapest, A38 Hajó, Magyarország) 2017 Participation on the Photo Biennal of Szeklerland (Sepsiszentgyörgy, Romania) 2018 Own photo exhibition in Nappali (Pécs, Hungary) 2019 Publication in the The Mind's Eye & AAP Magazine ( link1, link2) Participation on the "Vizsga-remek" Exhibition (Nick Udvar, Pécs, Hungary) 2020 Participation on the " IT ALL BEGAN SECRETLY exhibition/TITKOSAN KEZDŐDÖTT kiáll(ít)ás" (Kálvin tér (open air), Budapest, Hungary) 2021 Részvétel a "Borderless Reality" csoportos kiállításon (Trash Art Gallery, Bécs, Ausztria) Részvétel a Freeszfe Jótékonysági Aukción / Freeszfe Charity Auction 2021 (online aukció) Részvétel 2022 -es bécsi aukción Ukrajna számára (online aukció) Merit Prize Award "PORTRÉ - 4" Nemzetközi zsűrizett művészeti verseny az Art Show International Gallery által Részvevő a Curated-en 2022. májustól augusztusig https://www.de-curated.com/ivanyi-helka/ Részvevő művész a Human Body is Art 2022 – kortárs művészeti magazin, a Bruxelles Art Vue https://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/2269381?__r=4861186
Air Date 9/30/2022 Today, we take a look at the attention-grabbing stunt of transporting asylum seekers from Texas to Martha's Vineyard and other politically-liberal destinations and the White supremacist inspirations for this policy. Be part of the show! Leave us a message at 202-999-3991 or email Jay@BestOfTheLeft.com Transcript BestOfTheLeft.com/Support (Get AD FREE Shows and Bonus Content) Join our Discord community! OUR AFFILIATE LINKS: ExpressVPN.com/BestOfTheLeft GET INTERNET PRIVACY WITH EXPRESS VPN! BestOfTheLeft.com/Libro SUPPORT INDIE BOOKSHOPS, GET YOUR AUDIOBOOK FROM LIBRO! SHOW NOTES Ch. 1: DeSantis, Fox News, and the Martha's Vineyard 'Stunt' - On the Media - Air Date 9-23-22 Philip Bump [@pbump], national correspondent The Washington Post, on the manipulative plan for 48 Venuzulean migrants sent to Martha's Vineyard. Ch. 2: DeSantis' kidnapping 'stunt' - The BradCast - Air Date 9-19-22 New documents show that the asylum-seekers were lured onto the flights with false promises, providing hard documentary evidence that DeSantis' obscene political stunt may have violated the law. Ch. 3: The GOP's Martha's Vineyard Stunt Backfired And Then They Just Lied About It – SOME MORE NEWS - Air Date 9-28-22 This week, we're taking a look at the cruelty and shamelessness of when Ron DeSantis human trafficked a bunch of migrants to Martha's Vineyard. This did not go how the GOP thought it would, so they spent the last few weeks lying and pretending it did. Ch. 4: Latest Border Updates, Martha's Vineyard Lib Owning - REDIRECT Immigration Law and Perspectives - Air Date 9-17-22 Taylor Levy talks about the situation on the border as one of the most knowledgable attorneys when it comes to what is actually happening on the U.S./Mexico border. Ch. 5: Reverse Freedom Rides Flying Migrants North, Florida Gov. Steals Page from Segregationists Part 1 - Democracy Now! - Air Date 9-20-22 Professor Mwalim Peters, recounts the little-known story of the Reverse Freedom Rides and says the strategy to humiliate liberals is "basically identical to what's happening now in Martha's Vineyard". Ch. 6: Immigration Defining Us and Them - Now & Then - Air Date 9-27-22 Heather and Joanne discuss the politics and prejudices surrounding the two 1790s Naturalization Laws, the Immigration Act of 1924, the 1965 Hart-Celler Act, and the current Republican rhetoric about migrants at the Southern border. Ch. 7: Reverse Freedom Rides Flying Migrants North, Florida Gov. Steals Page from Segregationists Part 2 - Democracy Now! - Air Date 9-20-22 Professor Mwalim Peters, recounts the little-known story of the Reverse Freedom Rides and says the strategy to humiliate liberals is "basically identical to what's happening now in Martha's Vineyard". MEMBERS-ONLY BONUS CLIP(S) Ch. 8: Immigration Defining Us and Them Part 2 - Now & Then - Air Date 9-27-22 FINAL COMMENTS Ch. 9: Final comments on how laws are used to manipulate our sense of justice to support injustice TAKE ACTION! National Immigrant Justice Center (specific call for donations to help those being trafficked) National Immigration Law Center Immigration Equality Chicago: City of Chicago "Donation and Volunteer Support for New Arrivals from Texas" New York: South Bronx Mutual Aid (Seeking lawyers, mental health professionals, etc. for migrants) Washington, DC: Sanctuary DMV's "Texas Migrant Solidarity Donation and Volunteer Links" Inside The Local Mutual Aid Effort Supporting The Migrants Texas Bused To D.C. (DCist, May 2022) Curated by BOTL Communications Director Amanda Hoffman MUSIC (Blue Dot Sessions) SHOW IMAGE: Description: The words “The Cruelty is the Point” are overlayed on a black and white image of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' face in a black vignette. Credit: “Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis” by Matt Johnson, Flickr | License CC BY 2.0 | Changes: Black and white, black vignette, text overlay
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Podcast Harmonic Mixed by Jordi Carreras designed to accompany you in your sweetest moments. Deephouse, Soulful House, Funky Edits, Nu Disco these are the styles that you will hear in my radio show from Ibiza To the World.
This week's guest is the lovely Kaigan Carrie. Kaigan is passionate about improving well-being and encouraging people to live an aligned life that brings them joy. She is eager to improve prisons around the world to make them places of growth and transformation. When she's not working to improve prison systems, Kaigan spends her time pursuing her interests as an avid travel lover, foodie, and personal development enthusiast. In our conversation, Kaigan shares her childfree experience, along with how her parents have responded, the common bingos she's received, and what a well-lived life entails for her. Connect with Kaigan on Instagram: @kaigancarrie (personal) @riseofhappinessltd (business) @evolvingprisons (podcast) Download the latest copy of Kaigan and her partner's well-being magazine, Rise Of Happiness. Listen to Kaigan's podcast, Evolving Prisons, on Anchor, Spotify, or Apple Podcasts. ______________________ Join a growing global network of childfree people: wnk-club.com --- 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/anna-marie-olson/message
Timmy is the type of entrepreneur that inspires at every turn. He provides a combination of realism and optimism that is rare. I believe the audience will be drawn to his story, his approach to navigating transitions and why people matter most. Tim McCarthy is an entrepreneur and social change advocate with almost twenty years of experience in the business world. Tim spent many years building and focusing on RCO Limited, the Ohio Franchise Partner of Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers. He built this up to be the largest franchise organization within the Raising Cane's system, and Tim and RCO Limited became known for their impressive results as well as the way they advocated for and supported their employees. Motivated by the social impact made possible by a successful business, and desiring to make this impact on a larger scale, Tim and his business partners purchased WorkPlace Impact (then WorkPlace Media) in 2013. In July 2017, Cara Zale, a Social Capital Investment Company was born. Through Cara Zale, Tim and his partners publicize that they are focused on “Growing Great Businesses and Developing People who Create Social Change.” Tim lives in Worthington, OH, and teaches regularly at Ohio State University, his MBA alma mater, sharing his experiences in building businesses with students at the Fisher College of Business. He has been mentioned or featured in articles in Business First, Franchise Times, The Daily Reporter, The Lantern, Crain's and The Columbus Dispatch. Tim currently serves as chair of The Business of Good Foundation based in Mentor, OH, and has helped to develop TheBusinessofGood.org and their practice of “Serving Those Who Serve the Very Poor.” He also hopes to encourage budding entrepreneurs and social entrepreneurs to continue their development of community and national projects, as those are the sources of America's future potential success. In each episode, Jeff and Eric will talk about what emotional intelligence, or understanding your emotions, can do for you in your daily and work life. For more information, contact Eric or Jeff at email@example.com, or go to their website,http://www.spiritofeq.com/ ( Spirit of EQ). You can follow The Spirit of EQ Podcast on https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/spirit-of-eq-podcast/id1309831506 (Apple Podcasts), https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cDovL3NwaXJ0LW9mLWVxLmJsdWJycnkubmV0L2ZlZWQvcG9kY2FzdC8%3D&hl=en (Google Podcasts),https://subscribeonandroid.com/ ( Android), or on your favorite podcast player. New episodes are available on the 2nd and 4th Mondays every month! http://pleasereviewmypodcast.com/spirit-of-eq/ (Please review our podcast )on iTunes. Click on the link for an easy, step-by-step tutorial. Music from Uppbeat https://uppbeat.io/t/roo-walker/deeper License code: LB1BTATHVF4VIFGQ Spirit of EQ
Meet one of the newest members of the ACDA National Standing Committee for Advocacy & Collaboration, Dr. Riikka Pietiläinen-Caffrey. In this episode you'll hear her unique story into the choral world and then details about her interests related to A&C. Specifically, Dr. Pietiläinen-Caffrey talks about Community College music education, equity, accessibility, and diversity in choirs and music programs while also leaving you with a quick 4-step plan for developing your own collaborations or “choral experiments.”Learn more about Dr. Pietiläinen-Caffrey: Rkpcmusic.com. Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/wkJsIXgrqAM.Order your copy of Dr. Burch's book, “The Business of Choir”: https://www.giamusic.com/store/resource/the-business-of-choir-book-g10713. Join us over at Patreon.com/MusicEdMatters for monthly meet-ups, monthly bonus episodes, special content and more!Support the companies that make The Music (ed) Matters Podcast possible: —Kaleidoscope Adventures - find your adventure today, kaleidoscopeadventures.com/. Including the June 2023 Festival and PD Weekend in Myrtle Beach with Alex & Emmy and their choirs!— The Kinnison Choral Company - check out their quality resources - or get your tracks made today - at KinnisonChoralCo.com. **Show music originally written by Mr. Todd Monsell**Show photography provided by Dr. Dan Biggerstaff
Investing is about making decisions with money, and emotions can often get in the way of making rational decisions. To succeed in investing, what factors do people need to understand to make better decisions, avoid common mistakes, and ultimately make more money? In this episode, Tommy talks with Daniel Crosby, Ph.D., the Chief Behavioral Officer at Orion Advisor Solutions. Daniel is a psychologist and behavioral finance expert who helps organizations understand the intersection of the mind and markets. He recently co-authored a New York Times best-selling book titled, “Personal Benchmark: Integrating Behavioral Finance and Investment Management”. Daniel was also named one of the "12 Thinkers to Watch" by Monster.com, a "Financial Blogger You Should Be Reading" by AARP, and in the "Top 40 Under 40" by Investment News. During their conversation, Daniel talks with Tommy about the psychological factors that influence investment decisions, the intersection of mind and markets, and the relationship between money and happiness. Key Takeaways [00:55] - What attracted Daniel to financial psychology and behavioral economics. [07:11] - How behavior affects client outcomes. [13:56] - How people recall their purchases or investments. [18:23] - People's perceptions of the economy. [20:28] - The mere exposure effect on investing. [22:38] - How investors can better understand what is going on in the market. [26:11] - People's thoughts on money and happiness. [30:58] - The story of Daniel becoming a Cardinals fan. [33:31] - The motivation behind Daniel's book, “You're Not That Great”. Quotes [10:54] - "Investing your money is not that hard. The tricky part is sticking with it, behaving yourself along the way, and having the right actions." ~ Daniel Crosby [16:07] - "People with a long-term relationship with an advisor have three times the wealth of their peers who don't receive advice, even when you control things like income and salary." ~ Daniel Crosby [24:23] - "Most people's choices are as good or bad as the things and the people they surround themselves with." ~ Daniel Crosby [29:18] - "People think they're buying happiness. They think they're buying their way out of stress when they're piling more stress on because they don't understand the relationship between money and happiness." ~ Daniel Crosby Links Daniel Crosby on LinkedIn Orion Advisor Solutions The Laws of Wealth: Psychology and the secret to investing success You're Not That Great The Behavioral Investor St. Louis Cardinals Atlanta Braves TEDx Huntsville - Daniel Crosby - You're Not That Great: A Motivational Speech Connect with our hosts Mammoth Tommy on LinkedIn Subscribe and stay in touch Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Learn more about Mammoth Scientific's Health & Tech Fund 1 When you move beyond the point of making sure your retirement goals are on track, your investment opportunities are wider than just publicly traded funds. Step into the world of investing in venture capital by learning more about Mammoth Scientific's Health & Tech Fund 1. Curated by some of the leading medical and fintech experts, Mammoth's Fund 1 is paving the way for health science and tech innovation. If you're interested in helping patient care, provider insight, and instrumentation go beyond possibility and into reality, check it out today at Mammoth.vc. Visit Mammoth.vc today!
It's Monday 26th of September, 2022. I'm Thomas Dahm editor of Neon Moiré. Welcome to editor's pick where we highlight 3 events that occur this week. First, we have Design Matters the annual 2-day design conference in Copenhagen, Denmark. Wednesday 28 Design Matters brings together the global community of digital creatives who love to explore and inspire each other to break new ground in digital design. Next to the in-person and live streams conference Design Matters offers a packed before and after program, with network events, studio visits, and guided tours. Second is Gray Area Festival. The annual 4-day festival starts Thursday, September 29th. Gray Area is a nonprofit that applies art and technology to create social and civic impact through education, incubation, and public events. The Gray Area Festival is their chance to bring together people from around the world to experience a jam-packed slice of our year-round programming at the Grand Theater in San Fransico. One highlight is the special screening of YACHT's feature documentary, The Computer Accent, an exploration of their work with the intersection of art, technology, and human intuition. Lastly, is the No Code Summit in Paris. Over two days you will discover that No Code now goes far beyond prototypes and MVPs. Europe's biggest No Code event host 85 speakers, workshops, use case reviews, demos, and dozens of booths! No Code Summit starts Thursday 29 September. Bonus: Last Saturday, Museum Evoluon in Eindhoven opened again after 30 years, with the spectacular exhibition RetroFuture. RetroFuture is the world's first major exhibition about the future of the past. In ten tunnels full of fiction and fact, the visions of yesterday's future thinkers can be seen, experienced, and felt. What was strange, awkward, and artificial yesterday is familiar, or even natural today. RetroFuture is curated by Next Nature and is open till 23 March 2023. Host Thomas Dahm (twitter.com/thomasdahm) About Neon Moiré Neon Moiré is a curated event guide of the world's most interesting design conferences and events on our digitized world. The agenda will focus on graphic, typography, and interaction design conferences, not to forget design film festivals and an overview of the top design summer schools. Curated by Thomas Dahm. Support Us Leave a rating or review on iTunes. Become a one-time or recurring supporter on Patreon: patreon.com/thomasdahm Follow Us Newsletter: neonmoire.com/subscribe Twitter: twitter.com/neonmoire Instagram: instagram.com/neonmoire instagram.com/neonmoireshow Facebook: facebook.com/neonmoire Feedback neonmoire.typeform.com/to/ITlfcI --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/neonmoireshow/message
We had Darren Littlejohn on episode 176 two and half years ago to talk about his first book, The 12 Step Buddhist and he's back to talk about his latest work Compassionate Recovery: Mindful Healing for Trauma and Addictions. The importance and need for the work contained in the aforementioned book by my friend Darren cannot be understated. To paraphrase Darren and to attempt to encapsulate his latest work, compassion and mindfulness is in so many ways the direction, it is the journey, it is the result, it is the manifestation, it is the fruition of much of what we're trying to achieve in Recovery. Adverse Childhood Experiences, or ACES, trauma, and addiction cause emotional, physical, mental, and spiritual dysregulation that are very often well outside our window of tolerance. When this occurs, we resort to counterproductive thoughts and behaviors, that turn into patterns, that cause a negative feedback loop of deepening counterproductive behaviors. Addiction then, is on a spectrum and recovery too, is on a spectrum. Because addiction is progressive, so too must be our recovery. We must do the work, by identifying the wounds and applying the medicine so we can heal lest we experience unmanageable restlessness irritability and discontentedness or said another way dysregulation that can threaten emotional, physical, mental, and spiritual wellness and if left to continue to spiral downward can result in the ultimate consequence. The work and the medicine, in this case is self-compassion combined with mindfulness. Accept ourselves, connect with ourselves, be there for ourselves now and all times before this moment. When triggers come up, that threaten to be unmanageable the work is deploying tools and strategies to be there for ourselves with compassion and mindfulness. We can pause and choose to conjure self-compassion and mindfulness. Doing this work changes how we experience and respond to all situations in life in an increasingly manageable way that spirals up and raises our baseline and increasingly enables and strengthens our connection to ourselves, our spirituality and ultimately our connection to others which in a very visceral way is recovery personified. Reach out to Darren Littlejohn: https://www.compassionaterecovery.us/contact-us/ Learn more about Darren's new book, Compassionate Recovery: Mindful Healing for Trauma and Addictions: https://www.compassionaterecovery.us/ ACE Test: https://stopabusecampaign.org/take-your-ace-test/ Nadine Burke Harris - How childhood trauma affects health across a lifetime Ted Talk https://www.ted.com/talks/nadine_burke_harris_how_childhood_trauma_affects_health_across_a_lifetime Recommended Recovery Literature (Quit-Lit): Feeding Your Demons: Ancient Wisdom for Resolving Inner Conflict by Tsultrim Allione: https://www.amazon.com/Feeding-Your-Demons-Resolving-Conflict/dp/0316013137 Facing Love Addiction: Giving Yourself the Power to Change the Way You Love by Pia Mellody: https://www.amazon.com/Facing-Love-Addiction-Giving-Yourself/dp/0062506048 Healing the Shame that Binds You by John Bradshaw: https://www.amazon.com/Healing-Shame-Binds-Recovery-Classics/dp/0757303234 Darren's Best Recovery Advice: Abandon yourself to God as you understand God Song that symbolizes Recovery: Stairway to Heaven by Led Zeppelin https://youtu.be/xbhCPt6PZIU Don't forget to check out “The Way Out Playlist” available only on Spotify. Curated by all our wonderful guests on the podcast! https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6HNQyyjlFBrDbOUADgw1Sz (c) 2015 - 2022 The Way Out Podcast | All Rights Reserved Theme Music: “all clear” (https://ketsa.uk/browse-music/) by Ketsa (https://ketsa.uk) licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-way-out-podcast/message
Frost Li has a rich history in tech, and she even helped Wish build out its growth division. In fact, it was during her time at Wish that she discovered her fascination with retail and, specifically, helping retail brands grow. Social commerce has become a key method for brands of all sizes to reach their audiences and grow market share, however, different platforms have walled gardens and limited capabilities that prevent merchants from reaching their full potential. During this week's Retail Remix, Frost shares why she wanted to design a solution to help retailers own the social commerce experience and how brands can: Directly connect with consumers with rich branded and user-generated content; Combine live shopping experiences and livestreams with static and immersive content experiences; and Use data to understand consumers' consumption behaviors and preferences to create more curated content experiences. RELATED LINKS Learn more about Social Chat Redeem a special offer to test Social Chat today! See the latest news and insights on social commerce
Curiously Curated Creations, Invoking The Imagination Of Children#childrensbooks #kidsbooks #books #illustration #booksforkids Kristina Lucia is an artist, creator, and author who ignites the imaginations of children and their parents through her limited edition animals and touching storybooks. Her humble beginnings in a small farm town (there was only one traffic light!) sparked her creativity at a young age and her adopted home of New York City keeps her inspired daily. Curiously Curated Creations of Kristina Lucia features a magical array of warm, cuddly and comforting creatures along with storybooks that help parents and kids improve their communication and deepen their relationships.Website: https://cccokl.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ccc_of_kristina_lucia/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kristina.andrews.77Linktree: https://linktr.ee/CCCofKristinaLuciaYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1To_YJivf6ro7jadJxjSUQThe Vibes Broadcast Network - Podcasting for the fun of it! Thanks for tuning in, please be sure to click that subscribe button and give this a thumbs up!!Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/listen_to_the_vibes_/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thevibesbroadcastnetworkLinktree: https://linktr.ee/the_vibes_broadcastTikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMeuTVRv2/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheVibesBrdcstTruth: https://truthsocial.com/@KoyoteAnd Now!!! The Bandmates' club, Supporters of the channel: Matthew Arrowood Host of The ONLY Brocast podcast:https://youtube.com/channel/UCsfv1wWu3oUg42I2nOtnMTADon Hahn of In the Margins: https://www.youtube.com/c/InTheMarginsBukas Siguro: https://www.youtube.com/c/BukasS%C4%ABgur%C3%B8Will Scoville of Ranch Rehab DIY: https://www.youtube.com/c/RanchRehabDrew Lee Nicholas of DN-TV: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8TVqL9mn6NzPkXOLOZSX-A
Over the past few years, we have seen a surge in the adoption of AI-powered solutions in various aspects of healthcare, from administrative tasks to clinical decision support. But one area where AI is starting to shine is in the operating room. From real-time image recognition to improved surgical planning and execution, AI is revolutionizing surgery and changing the way we think about operating rooms of the future. In today's episode, Tommy talks with Nathaniel Smith and Dr. Derek Amanatullah, Founders of nSight Surgical. Dr. Derek Amanatullah is an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in hip and knee replacements for individuals with osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, infectious arthritis, and avascular necrosis. Nathaniel Smith is a designer who focuses on the overall environment, products, experiences, and brands. At nSight, Nathaniel and Derek are designing a better way to do surgery by using computer vision and artificial intelligence to decode what is happening in the operating room. Tommy talks with Nathaniel and Derek about how they came together to fix what's broken in surgery and make it better. Key Takeaways [03:29] - What inspired Derek to become an orthopedic surgeon. [06:48] - What motivated Derek to study Biodesign. [10:07] - Nathaniel's career history in product design. [19:02] - How Nathaniel and Derek work together to fix surgery's broken system. [23:45] - Why hospitals should spend money on efficiency. [26:02] - What can be done to fix the broken communication pipeline in surgery. [29:53] - How Derek and Nathaniel are now fixing surgery's communication problems. Quotes [07:07] - "I spent a month watching other people do surgery. And I found out that there are some fundamental problems in the communication pipeline of surgery that make it unsafe." - Derek Amanatullah [10:56] - "I started my career figuring out how to build a company from the ground up and manufacture goods in Southeast Asia. And that taught me how to develop new processes and manufacturing pipelines that worked well." - Nathaniel Smith [17:17] - "Our surgeries should not be managed with a dry-erase board and a pen. They shouldn't be managed with only manual processes with people talking across the room. It's clear that there are very easy to apply solutions in these environments, and there's a right way to do it." - Nathaniel Smith Links Nathaniel Smith on LinkedIn Derek Amanatullah on LinkedIn nSight Surgical Connect with our hosts Mammoth Tommy on LinkedIn Subscribe and stay in touch Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Learn more about Mammoth Scientific's Health & Tech Fund 1 When you move beyond the point of making sure your retirement goals are on track, your investment opportunities are wider than just publicly traded funds. Step into the world of investing in venture capital by learning more about Mammoth Scientific's Health & Tech Fund 1. Curated by some of the leading medical and fintech experts, Mammoth's Fund 1 is paving the way for health science and tech innovation. If you're interested in helping patient care, provider insight, and instrumentation go beyond possibility and into reality, check it out today at Mammoth.vc. Visit Mammoth.vc today!
It's Monday 19 September 2022. I'm Thomas Dahm editor of Neon Moiré. Welcome to editor's pick where we highlight 3 events that take place this week. First, we have Primer. Primer is the annual 4-day conference created by the Design Futures Initiative, a nonprofit based in San Francisco. This year's online edition of Primer is designed to prepare you for the future. Exploring the experience of time. Primer starts Wednesday 21 September. Second is Forward Festival in Berlin. Forward returns to Berlin and is now expanding to a two-day event! With a program full of highlights ranging from international heavyweights to local heroes of the creative industries. With more than 30 speakers on two stages, exclusive side events, workshops, and an interactive expo area, this sold-out event is going to be a blast. The 2-day festival starts Thursday 22 September Lastly, is Post.Design/Tangle in Olso's Grafill house. The 2-day roaming festival comes with an inspiring workshop, an exhibition, and a symposium about graphic design and visual communication on the 23rd and 24th of September. Speakers include Laurenz Brunner, and Sophie Douala. Links to all events you find in the show notes. More upcoming design events you find on neonmoire.com Host Thomas Dahm (twitter.com/thomasdahm) About Neon Moiré Neon Moiré is a curated event guide of the world's most interesting design conferences and events on our digitized world. The agenda will focus on graphic, typography, and interaction design conferences, not to forget design film festivals and an overview of the top design summer schools. Curated by Thomas Dahm. Support Us Leave a rating or review on iTunes. Become a one-time or recurring supporter on Patreon: patreon.com/thomasdahm Follow Us Newsletter: neonmoire.com/subscribe Twitter: twitter.com/neonmoire Instagram: instagram.com/neonmoire instagram.com/neonmoireshow Facebook: facebook.com/neonmoire Feedback neonmoire.typeform.com/to/ITlfcI --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/neonmoireshow/message
Qubit presents an audio(guide) companion to the 2022 Whitney Biennial, "Quiet as It's Kept." Curated by Alec Hall, Loud as It Plays is a listening landscape of contemporary American music arranged around the themes and forces shaping our world over the past two years: breath, time, hope, test, and war. For a biennial survey of American art should also include a survey of its current sounds. Host Austin Williams brings you a sample of this timely playlist. Featuring music by: Deidre Huckabay Anaïs Maviel Panayiotis Kokoras Vanessa Place Taylor Brook Anthony Tan Weston Olencki + Laura Cocks/Zs/Vanessa Place Daniel Bachman/Alec Hall David Bird Id M Theft Able/Sally Decker
In this edition of The Way Out we have a stellar interview with Hollywood Actress and person in long term recovery, Dedee Pfeiffer. Dedee has dawned both big screen and small and after a 10-year absence from Hollywood, Dedee Pfeiffer is back starring on the outstanding ABC drama "Big Sky." Which is about to drop its season 3 premier this Wednesday September 21st on ABC and Hulu. A single mother of two young men, Pfeiffer has been hard at work during her recent time away from Hollywood earning a bachelor's degree in psychology at Pierce College, Valley College and California State University Northridge. It was at UCLA where she earned a Master of Social Work. Her area of concentration includes mental illness, substance abuse and homelessness. Dedee shares her journey to and through recovery to this point with tremendous humor, disarming humility, true candor and the keen insight that can only come from the one and only Dedee Pfeiffer who's greatest message just might be the extremely freeing and empowering feeling of Recovering Out Loud, which she does at every opportunity online, in person and with us here on The Way Out Podcast so listen up. More about Dedee Pfeiffer: https://abc.com/shows/big-sky/cast/dedee-pfeiffer More about the ABC series Big Sky: https://abc.com/shows/big-sky Instead of Quit-Lit: Positive IG Affirmations & finding spirituality and love in animals and nature Best piece of Recovery advice: Go from the identified problem to the identified solution and Get out of your own way Song that symbolizes Recovery: The Black Eyed Peas - Where Is The Love? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpYeekQkAdc Don't forget to check out “The Way Out Playlist” available only on Spotify. Curated by all our wonderful guests on the podcast! https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6HNQyyjlFBrDbOUADgw1Sz (c) 2015 - 2022 The Way Out Podcast | All Rights Reserved Theme Music: “all clear” (https://ketsa.uk/browse-music/) by Ketsa (https://ketsa.uk) licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-way-out-podcast/message
Brett and Mark welcome special guest Stephen Duncan-Peters of Curated to discuss the wonderful world of AMGs, what he does for Curated, how his degree in Auto Restoration from McPherson College helped him land his dream job, and how he helps his clients find their unicorn Lamborghinis. In the news, from Hagerty's Matt Fink, lessons learned over a year of classic car ownership provide a new perspective. All this and much more on this week's Driven Radio Show! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Liv & Grace are on a mission to connect the world's vegan fashion brands & make them more accessible to all.Their aim is to transform the conventional fashion industry into one that is ethical and cruelty-free. They are here to bridge the gap between the shopper and moral independent designers.You can find out more about Liv & Grace at https://livandgracecollection.com/es/Liv & Grace on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/livandgracecollection/You can find out more about Belen Matheu at https://www.instagram.com/iambelenmatheu/ This episode is brought to you by Bloody Vegans Productions.For the first time here at Bloody Vegans Productions we are offering One to One learning sessions designed to help set you on your path to becoming a successful podcaster.We have a host of potential sessions available to book now covering a variety of subjects from choosing the right equipment to marketing your show & many more besides.All sessions are priced at £25 for an hour of one to one coaching bespoke to where you at on your podcasting journey.If you are passionate about becoming a podcaster or perhaps you are a podcaster in need of some support then don't hesitate to book your one to one session today at bloodyvegansproductions.comWe look forward to seeing you there.Finally a huge THANK YOU to Patreon supporter Little Pigeon Bird Sanctuary . You can support the sanctuary at https://www.littlegreenpigeon.co.uk Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Due to the events of the previous week we at Consistently Eccentric are finally going to dip our toes into the world of current events, with an episode dedicated to the recently deceased monarch. Due to the time constraints I asked co-host Ollie if he wouldn't mind taking the lead, writing a few brief words....anyway, buckle up for nearly 2 hours of Royal facts and borderline treasonous chat.Guest Host: Joe Heathcote Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
LifeBlood: We talked about curated travel experiences, the value of having a community of like-minded travelers to tap into, how to personalize your travel, and how to get started, with Samantha Patil, CoFounder and CEO of Well Traveled. Listen to learn how to not let perfect get in the way of progress! You can learn more about Samantha at WellTraveleldClub.com, TikTok, Instagram and LinkedIn. Thanks, as always for listening! If you got some value and enjoyed the show, please leave us a review here: https://ratethispodcast.com/lifebloodpodcast You can learn more about us at LifeBlood.Live, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, YouTube and Facebook or you'd like to be a guest on the show, contact us at contact@LifeBlood.Live. Stay up to date by getting our monthly updates. Want to say “Thanks!” You can buy us a cup of coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/lifeblood
In this NPD Week rapid-fire episode, ambulatory NPD practitioners, Michelle Walsh, BSN, RN, Laura Dove, MSN, RN, AMB-BC, John Gonzalez, BSN, RN along with their manager, Mari Ann Lewis BSN, RN, AMB-BC, NPD-BC, share their work on developing training for over 700 interdisciplinary clinical team members to staff four major pandemic mass vaccination hubs. Join Jillian Russell, MSN, RN, NPD-BC for monthly episodes analyzing information gathered through environmental scanning and discussing NPD implications that you can apply to your daily practice. Visit www.anpd.org for more information. #NPDsoundbites
Why does social media make it seem like Black Men Dislike Black Women? Do Black Women accept Black Men Regardless? Are Black Women Giving up on Black Men? Which gender in the African-American community gave up on the other first?
In a world filled with trials and tribulations, getting lost in the shuffle and feeling powerless to make a difference is easy. However, there are those among us who have chosen to live a life of significance, people who have chosen to bring faith, hope, and love to those needing a brighter day in their darkest hour of need. In this episode, Tommy talks with Tim Tebow, a New York Times best-selling author, a two-time national college football champion, Heisman Trophy winner, and ESPN analyst. Also, the Founder & Chairman of the Tim Tebow Foundation, Tim is passionate about fighting for people who can't fight for themselves. The foundation fulfills this mission every day by making dreams come true for children with life-threatening illnesses, building Timmy's Playrooms in children's hospitals, providing life-changing surgeries to children of the Philippines through the Tebow CURE Hospital, sponsoring Night to Shine, providing care for orphans, and adoption aid grants for families who choose to adopt an international child with special needs. Tim talks with Tommy about what it means to live a life of significance. Having been born into a missionary family, Tim shares how his life's setbacks led to opportunities, what inspired him to create the Tim Tebow Foundation, and how to live life with purpose and mission. Key Takeaways [02:31] - What makes Tim a miracle baby. [07:03] - What drives Tim to do things others wouldn't think of doing. [10:23] - How Tim's life setbacks led to opportunities. [12:54] - What inspired Tim to create the Tim Tebow Foundation. [17:34] - Tim's “Mission Possible” book. [22:50] - A story about Tim proposing to his wife, Demi. [26:08] - Tim's investment strategies. Quotes [06:42] - "Some people are gifted. But I'm someone who believes that hard work beats talent. Talent is important, but willingness is always key." ~ Tim Tebow [15:14] - "If you are an orphan, if you have been thrown away, if you have been banned, if you have special needs, and if you're being trafficked, that's who we're called to. And specifically, that's where we're going to fight. Fight for those in their darkest hour of need." ~ Tim Tebow [32:09] - "There is someone somewhere that is waiting on you to make a difference to step up, and you might have the opportunity to be an answer to their prayer." ~ Tim Tebow Links Tim Tebow on LinkedIn Tim Tebow Website Tim Tebow Foundation Mission Possible Campus Legends Logo NFL Connect with our hosts Mammoth Tommy on LinkedIn Subscribe and stay in touch Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Promos Learn more about Mammoth Scientific's Health & Tech Fund 1 When you move beyond the point of making sure your retirement goals are on track, your investment opportunities are wider than just publicly traded funds. Step into the world of investing in venture capital by learning more about Mammoth Scientific's Health & Tech Fund 1. Curated by some of the leading medical and fintech experts, Mammoth's Fund 1 is paving the way for health science and tech innovation. If you're interested in helping patient care, providing insight, and instrumentation go beyond possibility and into reality, check it out today at Mammoth.vc. Visit Mammoth.vc today!
"Our goal is to empower the next generation of parents to take ownership of their family's health. We want to help new parents feel confident and capable when taking on the job of managing the health of their entire family, and build a platform that will ease the minds of new parents everywhere." ~Estelle Giraud, the Co-Founder and CEO at Trellis Health. By Michael Tetreault, Host/The DocPreneur Leadership Podcast by Concierge Medicine Today/FOR DOCTORS FORUM Our special guest today is Estelle Giraud, the Co-Founder and CEO at Trellis Health. In today's podcast, we unpack: Curated, educational tools that provide guidance and confidence as mothers and families navigate their maternal health journey. Venture Capital Challenges Among Female Entrepreneurs In Healthcare Protecting Private Patient Information Challenges Faced By Female Entreprenuers Taking back personal agency in pre and postnatal healthcare "I'm a founder passionate about human health and I'm also a new mother," said Estelle. "My experience was pretty intense but not uncommon; including IVF, an emergency C-section, prenatal hypertension, postpartum preeclampsia and medication incompatibilities. I had to monitor my blood pressure multiple times a day, track symptoms, maintain a complex medication schedule, stay on top of a calendar full of appointments and reminders, and had a multitude of genetic and blood tests. There were so many apps and tools out there that would tell me the size of my baby, what carrier was best, or what milestones they were reaching in utero, but there was nothing to really help me manage my own health. And while my care team was fantastic - my information was so siloed it created inevitable gaps in my care. I've moved several times and seen many different physicians both before and during my pregnancy, and the lack of continuity left me feeling anxious and frustrated. I felt I had to stay on top of my own care and information or it would slip through the cracks... my baby and I would slip through the cracks." Trellis Health is a one stop shop for navigating pregnancy and beginning of life care. When starting or growing a family, navigating the siloed complexities of necessary medical care adds stress and frustration to a new parent's already full plate. Trellis Health is here to create lasting change and reframe the way pregnant moms take control of their care. As a new mother herself, Estelle is especially focused on personalizing medical care to the individual and ensuring no new mothers (or babies!) slip through the cracks. "I spoke with dozens of women, and discovered that my experiences were not unique; quite the opposite," notes Estelle. "Frustration, concerns around maternal health risks, missed information leading to avoidable mistakes, it was all a common burden of responsibility for these women. I believe we can fill some of these gaps and ease the "pregnancy health load" with a secure, private health data system and some very simple digital tools that allow your health data to work for you in a meaningful way. This is one of the most important health journeys of your life, building a human. We have to do a better job at supporting women through this." LEARN MORE ABOUT TRELLIS HEALTH ... DISCLAIMER AND USE: In no event is this information considered medical, legal, tax, financial, accounting or other professional advice (Please see full disclaimer below). This Podcast Is Subject to the Terms and Conditions of Use (https://conciergemedicinetoday.org/tcpp/) and is recorded/hosted by Concierge Medicine Today, LLC. Concierge Medicine Today, LLC., our representatives, agents or employees accept no responsibility or liability for direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages or financial costs or claims made by the Physician(s) interviewed or our guests. OTHER RESOURCES FOR PHYSICIANS https://members.fordoctorsforum.org/ www.ConciergeMedicineFORUM.com www.ConciergeMedicineToday.org www.ConciergeMedicineToday.net https://directprimarycarejournal.com/
Ep #144 - In today's podcast episode, I'm joined by Jayson Gaignard, the founder and CEO of MasterMind Talks (MMT), an invite-only and highly exclusive community of top-tier entrepreneurs. The MMT community is carefully curated with the group receiving over 2500 applications per year and there being an average waiting period of 6 years to get in. The exclusivity of MMT has allowed Jayson to build this community without spending a single dollar on traditional advertising. Jayson likes to say that he's not self-made, but rather "community-made." He believes entrepreneurs are drowning in contacts and starving for community. By creating connections with high-quality people and investing in those relationships, Jayson has achieved life-changing results. Learn More About Jayson Gaignard & the Mastermind Talks community: Visit the MasterMind Talks website: https://www.mmt.community/ Check out Jayson Gaignard's "CommunityMade" Podcast: http://communitymade.com/ Connect with Jayson Gaignard on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jaysongaignard/ Also, please remember to subscribe, rate, and leave a written review for the show if you find value in it. Your reviews help this show to reach a wider audience and I appreciate everyone that has been leaving them. FOLLOW CHARLES GAUDET ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Follow Charles Gaudet on LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/charlesgaudet Follow Charles Gaudet on Facebook: https://facebook.com/charlesgaudet Follow Charles Gaudet on Twitter: https://twitter.com/charlesgaudet VISIT THE PREDICTABLE PROFITS WEBSITE: https://PredictableProfits.com
This week's episode of Maison Dufrene Show is up on Mixcloud, Soundcloud and the podcast and is looking to change a few musical games! Links in bio & story! Curated by @pauldufrene Lee Moses – California Dreaming Honeybus – I Can't Let Maggie Go Freddie Scott – (You) Got What I Need B.W. Stevenson - Texas Morning Daniel Johnston - Devil Town Phosphorescent – Little pt. 2 Complex – Am I Minnie Riperton – Les Fleurs Scott Walker – Sundown The Premieres – Better Off Now Jimmy Soul – Everyobody's Goin' Ape Them – Hey Girl The Hogs - Loose Lip Sync Ship J.C. Davis & Little Charles - Listen to the Music The Webs - It's So Hard to Break a Habit The Bobbettes – Have Mercy Baby Wilson Pickett – I'm in Love(live) Luther Ingram & The G-Men – I Spy (For the F.B.I.) Eddie Spencer – You're So Good To Me Arthur Alexander – We're Gonna Hate Ourselves (In The Morning) Groupe Folklorique Montagnais – Tshekuan Mak Tshetutamak Miguel Rios - Aquí llega el Sol Michel Polnareff – La Poupee Qui Fait Non Penguin Cafe Orchestra - The Ecstasy Of Dancing Fleas Bibari Maeda – Futari no Hamabe Pete Dello – It's The Way Verdelle Smith – Tar and Cement The Voltage – Knock on Wood The Montgomery Express – Gotta Make A Comeback Gene Clark – For A Spanish Guitar(live) Larry Groce – Compton Emerson's Old-Timey Custard-Suckin' Band – Gettin' Up Randy Sharp – Country Song Willow – Loaves & Fishes Michael Hurley - Wildegeeses Terry Telson - Mermaid Bob Dylan – Knocking on Heaven's Door(live)
Joining a team of experienced wealth management professionals can be an extremely rewarding experience. Not only will you have the opportunity to learn from some of the best in the business, but you will also be able to help others achieve their financial goals. In this episode, Tommy talks with Jim Carroll, Senior Vice President & Portfolio Manager at Toroso Advisors. Before joining Toroso Advisors, Jim founded Long Run Capital Management in 2003 to manage investments for high-net-worth families, related trusts, and charitable vehicles. At Toroso, Jim specializes in systematic ETF strategies to achieve specific objectives. He also serves as a sub-advisor for an insurance dedicated fund and a multi-manager volatility strategy. Jim is passionate about helping people who don't have a lot of expertise in navigating the financial markets. Jim talks with Tommy about his transition from the military to the financial world, how he built a scalable business, and why he joined Toroso Advisors despite having his firm. Key Takeaways [02:01] - A brief overview of Jim's background. [03:52] - What made Jim switch from the military to business school. [13:17] - Jim's transition from the military to the financial world. [18:22] - How Jim built a scalable business. [25:23] - Jim's key role at Toroso Advisors. [28:14] - Why Jim joined Toroso Advisors despite having his own firm. [31:01] - What makes Toroso Advisors an ideal partner for independent advisors. [34:16] - Jim's favorite case study at Harvard Business School. Quotes [11:15] - "The best leaders are the ones who have the highest emotional intelligence, not just book smart. You have to be able to work with people and lead and get people to follow." - Jim Carroll [23:31] - "One of the reasons that a client may choose to work with multiple advisors is that the advisory business has begun to deliver canned solutions for most clients." - Jim Carroll [28:31] - "As a one-man registered investment advisor, I was limiting myself because there were opportunities to do business with people who weren't comfortable with a one-man show." - Jim Carroll Links Jim Carroll on LinkedIn Jim Carroll on Twitter Jim Carroll Email Toroso Advisors Harvard Business School Daniel Goleman Morgan Stanley Mary Meeker Merrill Lynch Bridgewater Associates Regina Herzlinger Connect with our hosts Mammoth Tommy on LinkedIn Subscribe and stay in touch Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Learn more about Mammoth Scientific's Health & Tech Fund 1 When you move beyond the point of making sure your retirement goals are on track, your investment opportunities are wider than just publicly traded funds. Step into the world of investing in venture capital by learning more about Mammoth Scientific's Health & Tech Fund 1. Curated by some of the leading medical and fintech experts, Mammoth's Fund 1 is paving the way for health science and tech innovation. If you're interested in helping patient care, provider insight, and instrumentation go beyond possibility and into reality, check it out today at Mammoth.vc. Visit Mammoth.vc today!
For Labor Day 2022 we asked our Patrons to send in their favorite work-related songs. It's an impressively eclectic list, with surprisingly NO Bruce Springsteen songs! (although he IS referenced several times throughout the episode) "There is power in a factory, power in the land Power in the hand of the worker But it all amounts to nothing If together we don't stand There is power in a Union" - Billy Bragg Songs featured in this episode: Career Opportunities - The Clash with Luke and Ben Gallagher; Finest Worksong - R.E.M.; Paid In Cigarettes - Hot Snakes; Working Girl - The Members; A New Career in a New Town - David Bowie; The Ballad of Dorothy Parker - Prince; Hamlet Chicken Plant Disaster - Jello Biafra & Mojo Nixon; Working Class - The Defibulators; I Hate My Job - Butthole Surfers; Graveyard Shift - Uncle Tupelo; Morning Train (9 to 5) - Sheena Easton; 16 Tons - Tennessee Ernie Ford; Heigh Ho - Tom Waits; Hey! Hey! It's Friday! - Black Snake Halo; Those Men In White Coats - The Diagram Brothers; Working Man - Rush (Live, All The World's A Stage); Bell Boy - The Who; The Working Hour - Tears For Fears; Clockout - Devo; Don't Wanna - All Hits; King Of Ska - Desmond Dekker; Piss Factory - Patti Smith; Factory - Wall Of Voodoo; Vacation - The Go-Go's; The Magnificent Seven - The Clash; There Is Power In A Union - Billy Bragg; Blue Sky Mine - Midnight Oil Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5nNnCUcgjmmazidSIi4HIr?si=ed59362cff114198
In this edition of The Way Out, the raddest recovery podcast co-host in all the land brings us his interview with person in long term recovery Stancil Tootle. Tootle as most folks call him, shares his journey to and through recovery to this point with us, which includes a whole lot of experience, strength and hope. Tootle was born blind and grew up in the country in rural Georgia. He just celebrated 32 years of continuous sobriety and has an amazing recovery story. Tootle shares openly and honestly about the barriers that he and others with disabilities have had to, and still face which are all too common, and his recovery is proof recovery is available to all folks regardless of physical ability. We can all get engaged with Tootle's warm hearted and joyful spirit so listen up. Contact info for Tootle: 229-254-6630 Supporting Disabled People in Recovery Resources: https://www.facebook.com/groups/938394900445342/ Best Piece of Recovery Advice: Keep Coming Back! Book : Love is Letting go of Fear: Gerald G. Jampolsky https://www.amazon.com/dp/B003E8AJ4W/ref=dp_kinw_strp_1 Song that symbolizes recovery: I got my mojo workin'- Muddy Waters https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SM_86-k2h9o or hear Tootle sing it here!!! https://youtu.be/MxMqPevbdZk Don't forget to check out “The Way Out Playlist” available only on Spotify. Curated by all our wonderful guests on the podcast! https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6HNQyyjlFBrDbOUADgw1Sz (c) 2015 - 2022 The Way Out Podcast | All Rights Reserved Theme Music: “all clear” (https://ketsa.uk/browse-music/) by Ketsa (https://ketsa.uk) licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-way-out-podcast/message
In healthcare, as in any other industry, the importance of public relations and marketing cannot be understated. As the competition for customers becomes increasingly fierce, healthcare companies need to find ways to stand out from the crowd. But with every company trying to get its share of the digital marketing pie, how can they ensure they are visible to their target audiences? In this episode, Tommy talks with Stacey Holifield, President and CEO at Levitate. With an entrepreneurial spirit, passion for success, and drive to constantly push boundaries, Stacey launched Levitate to help companies, organizations, and executives communicate effectively and efficiently. Stacey talks with Tommy about how she got into healthcare PR and marketing, the challenges of being a founder and CEO, and how Levitate helps healthcare companies better understand target audiences and create communication initiatives that support their business goals. Key Takeaways [01:18] - How Stacey got into healthcare PR and marketing. [06:32] - How news is generated. [09:58] - How Stacey got her first taste of healthcare PR. [12:11] - Stacey's journey to founding her own company. [18:10] - The challenges of being a founder and CEO. [23:43] - How Levitate helps healthcare companies. [26:46] - One of the most important things to remember when communicating. [29:33] - An example of how Levitate helped a company establish its U.S. presence. [35:00] - Some of Stacey's unforgettable internship experiences. [38:10] - The difference between advertising and PR. Quotes [07:23] - "As a consumer, we see news. And if it bleeds, it leads. That's why the negative news is always first. It's what draws people in, unfortunately." - Stacey Holifield [14:24] - "The numbers of women entrepreneurs, founders, and businesses are significantly lower than men. And if you look for companies that single parents and solo mothers started, there are not many of them because it's hard." - Stacey Holifield [26:46] - "One of the things that are important when you're communicating is knowing where your target audience is. It's not uncommon for people to push messages out and just hope that they reach people." - Stacey Holifield [28:11] - "People confuse results and success. And so it's easy to generate results. Results are just numbers. The key is to create results that equal success." - Stacey Holifield Links Stacey Holifield on LinkedIn Stacey Holifield Email Levitate - Strategic Communications Agency LEVITATE on LinkedIn Joan Lunden Emerson College Mr. Bartley's Robin Roberts Pete Hegseth Savannah Guthrie CathVision Matthew McConaughey Connect with our hosts Mammoth Tommy on LinkedIn Subscribe and stay in touch Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Learn more about Mammoth Scientific's Health & Tech Fund 1 When you move beyond the point of making sure your retirement goals are on track, your investment opportunities are wider than just publicly traded funds. Step into the world of investing in venture capital by learning more about Mammoth Scientific's Health & Tech Fund 1. Curated by some of the leading medical and fintech experts, Mammoth's Fund 1 is paving the way for health science and tech innovation. If you're interested in helping patient care, provider insight, and instrumentation go beyond possibility and into reality, check it out today at Mammoth.vc. Visit Mammoth.vc today!
In this edition of The Way Out I am honored to bring you my interview with Person in long term recovery, Tedx Speaker, career and life coach, Creator of the Recovery Playbook and co-founder of StartUp Recovery Gregg Champion. Gregg shares with us his journey to and through recovery to this point in a way that inspires hope and conjures true relatability not so much through the specific events that highlight his coming of age or his highs or lows of active addiction and subsequent recovery – which I for one found quite relatable - but very much through the exceedingly human emotions and feelings behind these experiences, which we all can very much relate to indeed. One of the overarching messages that comes through loud and clear in Gregg's Recovery story are, number one – sobriety and physical abstinence are merely just the beginning. The true magic of recovery is when we begin to incorporate daily routines that build our personal recovery capital across as many of the key recovery capitol domains as possible, which are broadly speaking personal, family and social, and community recovery capital. Equally as instructive in Gregg's story is the fundamental truth that one of the greatest gifts we can experience in Recovery is that of having true purpose, or as Gregg calls it, passion – which along with building our recovery capital is key in achieving meaningful and enduring recovery so listen up. Contact Gregg: https://www.startuprecovery.com/contact Learn more about StartUp Recovery: https://www.startuprecovery.com Documentary mentioned in this episode: The Mask You Live In: https://therepproject.org/how-to-watch-the-film-the-mask-you-live-in/ Recovery literature (Quit-Lit) Recommendation: Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor Fankl: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/mans-search-for-meaning-viktor-e-frankl/1116930713 Gregg's Recovery Advice: Remain willing to be willing Songs that symbolize Recovery: One by U2: https://youtu.be/ftjEcrrf7r0 We are the Champions by Queen: https://youtu.be/KXw8CRapg7k Don't forget to check out “The Way Out Playlist” available only on Spotify. Curated by all our wonderful guests on the podcast! https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6HNQyyjlFBrDbOUADgw1Sz (c) 2015 - 2022 The Way Out Podcast | All Rights Reserved Theme Music: “all clear” (https://ketsa.uk/browse-music/) by Ketsa (https://ketsa.uk) licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-way-out-podcast/message
Episode 277 is about finding your authentic self. Damien Fahey is a writer for the television show Family Guy who grew up as a DJ in his 20s. Having to cope with ADHD and struggling to connect with his father, who came out gay after staying closeted throughout most of Damien's life was not easy for him to get through- even when he has a successful career. It's challenging, but it shouldn't be impossible. This episode won't be filled with jokes and laughter; instead we'll be delving deep into what it takes to find your authentic self and own your feelings. Do you want to find your authentic self? Our Men on Purpose community can help you with how to find yourself. Follow us on this journey at https://ianlobas.com/podcast/ Quick Timestamps 00:05:42 Damien's Story 00:09:57 Diagnosed with ADHD 00:13:23 Special education 00:16:52 Growing up in the 80s 00:20:39 Lonely childhood 00:22:17 My dad came out gay 00:27:57 People pleaser 00:31:23 Feeling of inadequacy 00:34:09 Authentic you 00:38:00 Foundation of freedom in therapy 00:40:27 Learning from being wrong 00:41:41 Programming of a man 00:43:11 Curated version of yourself in social media 00:46:18 Life is temporary 00:51:24 Being gay in the 50s, 60s 00:56:33 Channeling emotions 00:58:50 Getting into MTV 01:08:25 Life After MTV 01:11:05 Being confident Connect with Guest ❤️ Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Damien_Fahey ✉ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/damienfahey/?hl=en
In this episode, guest host Venkatesh Shankar sits down with Forerunner Ventures Partner Nicole Johnson to discuss the state of venture capitalism, the trends she's seeing in the DTC and DNVB space, and what she looks for in an executive team when seeking out new potential investments. About the guest: Nicole is a partner at Forerunner Ventures, a leading commerce-focused venture capital firm that supports trailblazing companies like Chime, Dollar Shave Club, Faire, Glossier, Away, Warby Parker, The Yes, Curated, and dozens more. Prior to Forerunner, Nicole worked with SapientNitro, a leading brand and digital strategy consultancy where she supported Fortune 500 retailers on their global retail strategies. Nicole is a graduate of Princeton University and was named one of Forbes Magazine's 30 under 30 in 2016. About the host: Venkatesh (Venky) Shankar is a RETHINK Retail Top Retail Influencer, a Professor of Marketing and Coleman Chair in Marketing and Director of Research at the Center for Retailing Studies, Mays Business School, Texas A&M University. Shankar has a Ph.D. in marketing from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University and has corporate experience in the areas of marketing and international business development. If you enjoyed this episode, please let us know by subscribing to our channel and giving us a 5 star rating us on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.