LifeBlood: We talked about how to live pain free, why healthcare doesn't work, how to focus on the reasons for pain instead of the location of pain, and how to get started, with Denis Thompson, Physiologist and inventor of NeuroTherapy. Listen to learn why our bodies begin to operate less-optimally after the age of three! You can learn more about Denis at ArpWave.com, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube 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
We're now done with half of the year. How has it been for you? It's important to take time out to celebrate success, reflect on learnings, and reset for the second half of the year. In this episode, Denis shares his insights on grabbing the opportunity to craft your game plan to come out smarter and stronger for the coming months. The question now is, what will you do going forward? Listen in! In this episode: I explain the essence of halftime, just like in sports, where it is the opportunity to get ready, reflect, and reset for the second half of the game. I discuss the importance of taking time to reflect on the first half of the year in order to set yourself up for the second half. Ask yourself the question - what will you do now to make sure your second half of the year is as successful as the first? Key Takeaways: Take the opportunity to resent and reflect on what has happened this year Rest, reset, and re-ignite in order to achieve success Help the team and yourself to see a bigger picture Perspective makes all the difference Take time out to celebrate your successes and growth in the first half of the year Tweetable Quotes: "If you can help people see things from a different perspective, just imagine what they might be able to achieve.” - Denis Gianoutsos “Take time out to rest, reflect, reset, reignite, and celebrate the first half of the year. Have fun.” - Denis Gianoutsos Reach out to Denis: Email: email@example.com Website: http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/ (http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/) Leadership Is Changing Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/ (https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/) Leadership is Changing LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/ (https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/)
L'EP Poings Serrés (2021) nous l'avait annoncé : Rocé, le rappeur français aux yeux perçants et au verbe tranchant, prépare un 5e album. En attendant, l'enfant de Bab El Oued expose des vinyles dont les pochettes racontent les luttes d'émancipation. Portrait plein d'espérances d'un artiste pour qui la lutte est "une hygiène de vie". Une mère algérienne, un père aux origines russes, résistant et expert ès-faux papiers, José Youcef Lamine Kaminsky, alias Rocé, arrive d'Algérie en France à l'âge de 4 ans. Nous sommes en 1981 et la famille s'installe à Thiais, dans le Val-de-Marne (94). D'abord repéré par Manu Key (Mafia K'1 Fry) qui l'invite à inclure le morceau Respect sur l'album La rime urbaine (1996), Rocé sort en 1998 ses premiers tracks sur le label de Dj Medhy. Moi, je passe le bac ! 24 ans plus tard, je suis sacrément fière de vous emmener à la rencontre d'un artiste aux sons desquels j'ai grandi et qui peut s'enorgueillir d'être l'une des plus belles plumes du rap français.À son actif, quatre albums majeurs : Top départ (2001) ; Identité en crescendo (2006) ; L'Être humain et le Réverbère (2010) ; Gunz n'Rocé (2013). Une compilation aussi : Par les damné.e.s de la terre, sorti en 2018 sur son propre label, Hors Cadres. 24 titres rares des années 60 à 80, un panorama de chansons ouvrières, interprétées en français par des artistes issus des anciennes colonies. Un 5e album est en préparation et, en attendant, Rocé nous a concocté une exposition : "Ce que les pochettes nous disent". Elle réunit une sélection de vinyles dont les pochettes racontent une histoire trop souvent occultée. Celle des luttes sociales, syndicales, décoloniales, féministes… bref, les luttes d'émancipation. Pour la découvrir, direction Feu Continu, l'espace culturel de Verdragon : la maison de l'écologie populaire installée depuis le printemps 2022 à Bagnolet, en Seine-Saint de Denis, dans le nord-est de Paris. Et c'est Rocé lui-même qui nous fait visiter ! L'exposition "Ce que les pochettes nous disent" est ouverte jusqu'au 15 juillet 2022. Tous les vendredis – le matin pour les groupes (sur RDV), l'après-midi pour tout public. Pour toute demande : firstname.lastname@example.org. Verdragon est un espace géré par les associations Front 2 mères (qui œuvre dans le domaine de l'accès à l'éducation) et Alternatiba (qui œuvre dans le domaine de l'écologie populaire). SessionLab par Hortense Volle : une conversation en toute intimité et en audio 3D (son spatialisé). Un podcast à écouter, de préférence, au casque. Réalisation : Benjamin Sarralié Prise de son et mixage 3D : Fabien Mugneret Production : RFI Labo Bandcamp / Facebook / Instagram / YouTube ► Titres diffusés Extraits de l'EP Poings Serrés (Hors cadres – 2021) : Poings serrés ; Capitxlistes ; Han Solo ; Tenir debout Extraits de la compilation Par les damné.e.s de la terre (Hors cadres – 2018) : Blanchi (Guyane 1988) – Léon Gontran de Damas ; Monsieur l'indien (Québec 1972) - Peloquin / Sauvageau ; Ça travaille, ça travaille, et sa ferme sa gueule - Troupe El Assifa Extraits de l'album Gunz n'Rocé (Hors Cadres - 2013) : En apnée ; Mon rap ne tient qu'à un fil ; Habitus Extraits de l'album L'être humain et le réverbère (Big Cheese Records / Hors Cadres – 2010) :Si peu comprennent Extraits de l'album Identité en crescendo (No Format – 2006) : Je chante la France ; Le Métèque ; Des problèmes de mémoires ; L'un et le multiple Extraits de Top Départ (Chronowax Music - 2001) : Pour l'horizon ; Changer le monde ; On s'habitue Et aussi : Les immortels de Franklin Boukaka
durée : 02:00:36 - Les Matins - par : Guillaume Erner - . - invités : Denis Peschanski Historien, Directeur de recherche au CNRS, spécialiste de la mémoire de la Seconde guerre mondiale; Christophe Naudin Professeur d'Histoire-Géographie et auteur
Tach Leute, noch seid ihr uns nicht ganz los. Der Haider hat noch einiges zu tun, aber für zwei Folgen hat er ja noch zugesagt. Da er aktuell aber super viel um die Ohren hat, habe ich mir einen Gast besorgt und habe mit Denis von diced geschnackt. Wir quatschen über Tabletop, Kickstarter, Malen und alles mögliche wonach uns noch war!!! Hört rein und gebt Euch den Kram :D Wir freuen uns wie immer derbe auf Eure Teilnahmen und Kommentare und falls Ihr nur den Podcast hört, dann schreibt uns doch gerne ne E-Mail an Benni@Pottgamer.de. Wenn Ihr den Kanal monetär mit einem Trinkgeld unterstützen wollt, könnt Ihr dies tun via Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/PottGamer Ihr könnt uns ab sofort auch unterstützen, indem Ihr mal durch den Shop stöbert: https://fairpaint.de/pages/pottgamer und dabei den Code: GET10%WITHPOTTGAMER Wir freuen uns drauf, natürlich auch ,wenn Ihr selber mal bei uns mit quasseln wollt!! Bleibt sauber und gesund! Haider und Potti
Olá, pessoal!! Café com Espiritismo - Episódio #960 Mensagem de hoje: Quem lê, atenda Livro: Vinha de Luz Capítulo: 1 Autor: Emmanuel Médium: Chico Xavier Comentários: Gustavo Silveira Quer receber o podcast em primeira mão? - Whatsapp: https://chat.whatsapp.com/FZB6ZyAB2fTKbEsd9iCX0H - Telegram: t.me/cafecomespiritismo - Spotify: spoti.fi/36Pt1WV - YouTube: https://bit.ly/3xKr4aM - Coffee n' Spiritism (English): https://bit.ly/3xMLyj7 - Café con Espiritismo (Español): https://bit.ly/3wYn86w - Café avec Spiritisme (Français): https://bit.ly/35MvXUL NOTA IMPORTANTE: Nenhum membro da equipe do Café com Espiritismo entrará em contato com qualquer participante dos grupos de WhatsApp e/ou Telegram. Se você recebeu alguma mensagem, encaminhe aos ADMINISTRADORES DO GRUPO para averiguarmos o que pode ser feito. Gostou? Esse e outros projetos do Grupo Espírita Léon Denis de Uberlândia você encontra em: https://www.geld.org.br E nos ajude a compartilhar e convide seus amigos pro nosso grupo.
L'info Expresso - Pourquoi les mouches ne trouvent jamais la sortie Le winner du jour : - Un homme marche de Montréal à Québec en portant une armure - Un téléphone passe 10 mois dans une rivière, mais fonctionne encore La chanson du jour : Bee Gees "How Deep Is Your Love" Le savoir inutile : Marie, Gabriel, Anne-Geneviève, Denis, Marcel, Étienne, Benoît-Joseph, Maurice, Jean-Marie sont les noms des neuf cloches géantes de la cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris qui côtoient le gros bourdon Emmanuel, la plus grosse cloche de la cathédrale Le Flash-Back du Double Expresso : "Ranma ½" (1992) Le bonus du Double Expresso : Dans le Yukon, Un bébé mammouth qui a vécu il y a plus de 30.000 ans a été découvert Le jeu surprise (le petit bac) : Georges de Plozevet près de Quimper remporte 500€ à dépenser sur Spartoo.com La Banque RTL2 : Marie-Laure de St Max remporte un séjour Belambra pour 4 personnes. Marie de Landevant près de Vannes remporte des bijoux fantaisie ''Les Interchangeables''
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Mande sua dúvida aqui: https://link.sejaagil.com/CafeComAgil E também nos siga em nossas redes sociais: Canal do Telegram: https://t.me/GestaoAgil Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mindmaster_... Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/mind... Um Abraço e Seja Ágil
Olá, pessoal!! Café com Espiritismo - Episódio #959 Mensagem de hoje: Jesus: guia e modelo Livro: O Livro dos Espíritos Questão: 625 Trilha sonora: Pablo Barcelos Comentários: Victor Hugo (Menino) Quer receber o podcast em primeira mão? - Whatsapp: https://chat.whatsapp.com/C4HmDFl1Jjo1VCMHBYoDUk - Telegram: t.me/cafecomespiritismo - Spotify: spoti.fi/36Pt1WV - YouTube: https://bit.ly/3xKr4aM - Coffee n' Spiritism (English): https://bit.ly/3xMLyj7 - Café con Espiritismo (Español): https://bit.ly/3wYn86w - Café avec Spiritisme (Français): https://bit.ly/35MvXUL NOTA IMPORTANTE: Nenhum membro da equipe do Café com Espiritismo entrará em contato com qualquer participante dos grupos de WhatsApp e/ou Telegram. Se você recebeu alguma mensagem, encaminhe aos ADMINISTRADORES DO GRUPO para averiguarmos o que pode ser feito. Gostou? Esse e outros projetos do Grupo Espírita Léon Denis de Uberlândia você encontra em: https://www.geld.org.br E nos ajude a compartilhar e convide seus amigos pro nosso grupo.
As leaders, we must work on ourselves to be more effective and efficient. In today's episode, Julian Hayes II shares his thoughts on slowing down to account for the fast-paced environment and setting performance standards for their goals. He advises us to pay attention to our health and set boundaries so we can live a life of thriving. Julian Hayes II is an author, an executive health and corporate wellness consultant, and the founder of The Art of Fitness & Life. His mission is to help entrepreneurs, executives, and high-achieving individuals live healthier, richer, and longer lives so they can run around with their great-great-grandchildren—not just see them. This mission is accomplished through precision performance longevity. The word “selfish” has a bad connotation, but listen in as Denis and Julian discuss how this can be a virtue and even be the critical factor to being at an optimal state and exuding abundance. In this episode: Julian shares how his life experiences prompted him to step up and become a leader. He discusses how it is vital to be proactive instead of reactive regarding health and fitness. Take a closer look into your habits and understand the difference between existing and thriving. Leaders today need to have a high IQ and EQ to succeed in today's fast-paced world. Leaders should slow down to speed up and take the time to analyze their decisions before making them. Julian discusses how being selfish and setting boundaries are essential and that doing so allows us to be much more effective and efficient leaders. He describes the two critical points to acquire as part of our habits - regeneration and priming. Key Takeaways: Small things compound, so pay attention and think ahead Do not underestimate the importance of sleep Leaders should be malleable on the way to reaching goals Sometimes, we need to slow down to speed up Schedule your health habits like it's an important meeting Exude abundance by pouring into yourself first Tweetable Quotes: “Sometimes, you have these little issues that come up, right? And I look at it like a crack in the dam. It's so insignificant, so small, that we just kind of overlook it. And we just go about our way. And then all of a sudden, this small crack leads to massive flooding in the corporate setting and leads to massive corporate issues.” - Julian Hayes II “Leadership now is being a much more holistic and well-rounded individual who has a high EQ and IQ as well, to both balance those things.” - Julian Hayes II “This world is so fast now. And it's easy to get caught in that. And you just start going at warp speed. And you get in the cycle of just doing things. But you don't take the time to even analyze. Is this the right thing to do? Do we need to slightly pivot to maybe make this a more efficient thing?” - Julian Hayes II Connect with Julian on https://twitter.com/thejulianhayes (Twitter) and https://www.linkedin.com/in/julianhayesii/ (LinkedIn). Check out https://theartoffitnessandlife.com/ (The Art of Fitness and Life). Email: email@example.com Website:http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/ ( http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/) Leadership Is Changing Facebook Group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/ ( https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/) Leadership is Changing LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/ (https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/)
On this week's episode of the Free Speech Union podcast, spokesperson Dane Giraud has a long-form discussion with social activist and lifetime 'Black Power' member Denis O'Reilly. Denis talks us through what led him to join the 'Black Power' and who the majority of members were in those early years. Denis discusses Prime Minister Rob Muldoon and why Muldoon's controversial coziness with gangs was a winner for society. And Dane and Denis explore the National Party's proposed policy to ban insignia and why this already-tried policy has no chance of dealing with any 'gang problem'. A chocka interview full of history and plenty to think about. Enjoy! https://www.fsu.nz/public_letter_on_bethlehem_college Support the show
If someone tells you the highlights of a movie you were about to watch, wouldn't that spoil your experience? This is why we should allow others to go through the experience themselves. In today's episode, Denis explicates how this example rings true when it comes to learning. As leaders, we must allow the team to go through the learning process instead of merely telling them what to do. Leaders should be present but not always in control, allowing their staff to have the opportunity to learn on their own. Listen in! In this episode: I explain how stealing the learning experience can be applied to personal and professional situations. I share the three reflection questions from a learning experience. I discuss how leaders sometimes must let go to allow others to learn. Key Takeaways: Allow others the opportunity to learn so they can grow and develop their skills. Leaders should not steal learning experiences from their staff Observation and reflection are essential parts of the learning process Reflection is vital to help learn from mistakes Be there to support your team as they grow Tweetable Quotes: "We need to step back and allow people to learn.” - Denis Gianoutsos “We shouldn't steal that learning experience. We should allow people to have that learning experience for them to grow.” - Denis Gianoutsos “Think about what you want to do with your teams and how you want to develop them. Give them the opportunity to learn. Stop stealing their experience.” - Denis Gianoutsos Reach out to Denis: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/ (http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/) Leadership Is Changing Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/ (https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/) Leadership is Changing LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/ (https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/)
Fuair an ceoltóir Denis Cahill bás i Chicago inné. B'é Dinny Ó Cathalláin ó Ghlaise Bheag agus h-Ann Ághas ón Muirígh a thúismitheoirí. Cloistear anseo; Liam Ó Cathalláin,úncail Denis le véarsa don amhrán Bheadh buachaillín deas aige Síle, chomh maith le Steve Cooney agus Philip King.
Chaque vision est singulière, porteuse de sens et de changement. Le but de ce format est de rassembler de nombreux artistes et que chacun nous délivre sa vision et son expérience de la photographie. C'est à l'agence de photographes VU', au mois de septembre 2021, que je rencontre Denis Dailleux pour la première fois. Je viens d'y commencer un stage, la photographie est nouvelle pour moi. Et je ne le sais pas encore, mais je m'apprête à découvrir l'univers incroyablement tendre, subtil, atemporel, de ce photographe qui aime les gens et sublime les corps. Lors de nos rendez-vous de travail à l'agence VU', il me confie son histoire, ses voyages, ses doutes, et son rapport intime, quasi viscéral, à la photographie. Il parle longuement, doucement, digresse souvent, et moi j'écris. Une relation d'écoute et de bienveillance mutuelle se tisse progressivement. Pour ce podcast, c'est à peu près le même exercice, devenu assez naturel entre nous. Il me reçoit chez lui un soir de printemps, dans sa jolie maison de Pierrefitte-sur-Seine. Timide et généreux, il y cultive les fleurs comme il photographie les gens : avec délicatesse, humilité et exigence. ☄️ Ce podcast a été propulsé par Adobe France. Essayez gratuitement Lightroom pendant 7 jours : http://urlr.me/HbxDw
Interview de Michael Frank, directeur de l'association des entreprises électriques suisses, et Denis Froidevaux, chef de l'Etat-major de conduite du canton de Vaud.
Being part of the military requires going beyond skill and talent–the foundation lies in the grit for the mission to serve. In today's episode, Kenneth Harbaugh shares his story in the military and how the values from this experience are relevant to leadership. He talks about how important it is for veterans to continue serving their communities after they leave the military and stresses the importance of rewarding talent and drive in this population. Ken Harbaugh is a former Navy pilot and past president of Team Rubicon Global, a disaster relief organization that has helped train over 100,000 veterans as disaster responders. He has served in senior leadership roles at multiple veteran service organizations, and is a prominent commentator on leadership and civil-military affairs, serving as a guest fellow at Yale University and writing for The New York Times, The Atlantic, and elsewhere. He is the host of several award-winning podcasts, including Reclaiming Patriotism (Crooked Media) and Warriors In Their Own Words (Evergreen Podcasts). He holds a BS from Duke University and a JD from Yale Law School. One of the most valuable assets in the workplace is diversity and this is done by promoting the varying perspectives and experiences. Listen closely to Denis and Kenneth as they share their wisdom on how to embrace change. In this episode: Kenneth discusses how veterans bring a unique ethic to their service after leaving the military and his organization helps with the transition into civilian life. Skill and talent in leadership are important, but the ethic of service is a key factor in success. The key thing that makes a good leader is having a real-world mission. Kenneth tackles how President Zelensky has changed people's opinions of him and is changing the way Ukraine feels about itself and about him as a leader. Leadership has had to adapt to different expectations among employers, clients, and customers in the current generation. Leaders need to be aware of the diversity of opinion and experience in order to be successful in today's fast-paced world. Leadership in the business world will have to be even more aware of employee expectations and adapt to changing labor markets. Key Takeaways: Ethic of service is a key factor to success True leadership requires stronger actions than words With the changing times arises the need to adapt dramatically Today's generation looks for meaning in the work they do Embracing diversity allows you to step up in the game The lack of awareness is the biggest detriment in today's world Tweetable Quotes: “There is just this immense reservoir of talent out there among the veteran population. They want to continue being part of something bigger than themselves.” - Kenneth Harbaugh “Leaders have had to grow with the times. And we have to understand that our employees have much different expectations in the 2020s than they did a generation ago.” - Kenneth Harbaugh Connect with Kenneth on https://www.facebook.com/TeamHarbaugh (Facebook), https://twitter.com/Team_Harbaugh (Twitter), and https://www.linkedin.com/in/kenneth-harbaugh-201a7b8/ (LinkedIn). Check out the podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/warriors-in-their-own-words-first-person-war-stories/id1350499924 (Warriors In Their Own Words) and https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/burn-the-boats/id1485464343 (Burn the Boats). You can also look into https://teamrubiconusa.org/ (Team Rubicon). Email: email@example.com Website:http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/ ( http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/) Leadership Is Changing Facebook Group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/ ( https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/) Leadership is Changing LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/ (https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/)
Rachel talks new digs and follows up on last week’s intro before jumping into today’s interview with the beautiful couple, Denis and Jessie, founders of Fantastic Escapades! They talk keeping marriages healthy, prioritizing sex, and creating their own CBD bassed lube and massage oil. Episode Notes: Conversation with Denis and Jessie begins at 00:06:36. Follow Denis and Jessie: Website: https://fantasticescapade.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fantasticescapades/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fantasticescapades Twitter: https://twitter.com/FantazEscapades Try the products! Coupon Codes: WINEDINE6910 WINEDINE6920 Honeypot: https://fantasticescapades.com/honeypot/?AFFID=531023&SUBID=1234 Romantic Escapade: https://fantasticescapades.com/romantic-escapade/?AFFID=531023&SUBID=1234 Submit your Fantasy Escapade: https://fantasticescapades.com/escapades/ Discussed in the episode: Swiss Cheese Pervert: https://www.phillymag.com/news/2014/01/10/swiss-cheese-pervert-mayfair/ Satisfyer Pro 2: https://www.adameve.com/adult-sex-toys/vibrators/clit-vibrators/sp-satisfyer-pro-next-generation-104151.aspx Discussed in the intro: Archive of Mass Shootings: https://www.gunviolencearchive.org/reports/mass-shooting -------- Let’s keep talking! Have a question or idea for a topic? Email firstname.lastname@example.org! Podcast artwork by Yogesh Nankar (Design by Dreamers). Intro and Outro music by John Bartmann.
Riley gets some long-awaited good news that has more to do with making kids cry than he'd like, while Denis recounts some of the stories from a recent bachelor party. Theme music: Lowrider by Joakim Karud Support the show on Patreon! patreon.com/havealistentothis
This episode is all about you. We want to thank you, listeners, for tuning in. Today marks the podcast's second anniversary, which would be impossible without your support! Denis discusses how you can hone your skills and capabilities to have your voice heard and create an impact. If you are in an organization seeking executive coaching, do not hesitate to reach out! In this episode: I share the impact of COVID-19 on life and business and relying on virtual tools. I discuss the launching of the podcasts and the incredible guests encountered along the way in the early days. I thank the listeners for the support by listening and giving their ratings and comments. Key Takeaways: Work from the voice of silence to the voice of impact One thing constant in the world is change Develop your leadership skills to be heard Hone your influence to show up stronger at the table Tweetable Quotes: "You see, one of the biggest aspects for me was the launch around having the leadership side of things and voices being heard, and so forth. But a big one was actually helping you, as listeners, to develop your leadership skills and capabilities and have your voice heard as a leader going forward.” - Denis Gianoutsos Reach out to Denis: Email: email@example.com Website: http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/ (http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/) Leadership Is Changing Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/ (https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/) Leadership is Changing LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/ (https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/)
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How do we mold a company that is equitable and just? In this episode, Dr. Judy Lubin shares her insights on the changing role of leadership. She notes that many of the traditional ideas associated with leadership – such as being in an office – are no longer necessary for many workers. This has led to a change in the way leaders must engage their employees and other stakeholders. Dr. Judy Lubin, PhD, MPH is a sociologist, racial justice advocate and founder and president of the Center for Urban and Racial Equity (CURE). Dr. Lubin has devoted her career to promoting equity for underserved and marginalized communities and has 20 years of experience working at the intersection of racial equity, institutional change, public health, and policy advocacy. In order to maintain connectivity and community, leaders need to shift their mindset. Listen in to pick up on the valuable insights in this conversation with Denis and Dr. Judy! In this episode: Dr. Judy Lubin discusses how diversity is essential for creating an inclusive workplace and culture, which leads to equity. Leadership is important in promoting equity and inclusion, as it can help organize thoughts and create a change in the process. Leaders need to be able to listen, take on questions, and answer them in a way that makes people feel seen and heard. Working towards diversity, inclusion, and equity is a process that results in substantive change. Being flexible is important, as it allows leaders to listen and understand different perspectives. Defensiveness among leaders hinders progress. Embrace the beginner's mind and acknowledge the need for further learning. Key Takeaways: In leadership, it is essential to build equity and inclusion Leverage the power of diversity and push for equity Leadership is expected to be more diverse and inclusive Build your reserves to show up authentically and at full capacity Defensiveness hinders flexibility and innovation Tweetable Quotes: “Equity pushes us even further… Now that we have diverse representation, we are creating the space and the opportunity to leverage the power of diversity.” - Dr. Judy Lubin “We don't move towards equity without intentional and deliberate commitment, sustained commitment and being clear that we want to change things.” - Dr. Judy Lubin “I fundamentally believe that if you are working towards equity and justice and inclusion, you have to be a leader, even though you may not call yourself a leader.” - Dr. Judy Lubin Connect with Dr. Judy on https://twitter.com/judylubin (Twitter) and https://www.linkedin.com/in/judylubin/ (LinkedIn). Check out her http://www.judylubin.com/ (website). You can also look into http://urbanandracialequity.org/ (Center for Urban and Racial Equity). Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website:http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/ ( http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/) Leadership Is Changing Facebook Group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/ ( https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/) Leadership is Changing LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/ (https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/)
Exclusive Networks has joined forces with security leaders in calling on the industry to take global action in a bid to end the recruitment crisis in cybersecurity, which is currently faced with an estimated shortfall of 2.7 million professionals. The Paris-headquartered global cybersecurity specialist is one of the founding partners supporting an initiative launched today by investment and advisory firm NightDragon and Next Gen Cyber Talent, a non-profit cyber education provider, to raise $1 million to fund cybersecurity courses for students in the US from diverse and disadvantaged backgrounds. Exclusive will be lending its experience and expertise to the campaign having recently established a partnership with California Polytechnic State University, opening an office on campus and currently sponsoring 12 students, 9 of which are already progressing through their security certification training assignments, delivered by Exclusive and its partners. All are expected to go on to full-time roles in the industry after completing their education. On the international front, Exclusive has partnered with Guardia in Europe to launch the first private cybersecurity academy in France where it will help in the development of course content as well as providing mentoring and internship opportunities for students. Exclusive has also recently become and advisory member of the Cyber Security Coalition in Belgium, a partnership between academia, public authorities and the private sector to share specialist expertise, knowledge and information in the fight against cybercrime. We speak with Jesper Trolle, CEO and Denis Ferrand-Ajchenbaum, Executive Board Member & SVP of Exclusive Networks to discuss the cybersecurity talent challenge and the company's involvement. Jesper is a vastly accomplished entrepreneurial channel business leader who joined Exclusive Networks as CEO in September 2020. Since starting out in his native Denmark building successful reseller and distribution businesses, Jesper has amassed almost three decades of executive experience and worked around the world at the head of multi-billion-dollar VAD organisations. He was President of the Americas for ECS Arrow prior to joining Exclusive and holds an MBA from the Henley Business School. Denis joined Exclusive with over 30 years of experience in enterprise IT including stints at value-added distributors, resellers, and vendors. As an Executive Board Member and SVP Global Business Development & Ecosystems, he is responsible for maximising the value and global penetration of existing vendor relationships while scouting and acquiring the next generation of Exclusive Networks' trusted digital infrastructure portfolio. Denis is also tasked with driving the strategy for our transactional partners – global system integrators (GSIs) and worldwide reseller network – and non-transactional partners – VCs, educational institutions and international and national bodies. In addition, Denis spearheads the strategy and growth of our innovative subscription platform, X-OD. #cybersecurity #exclusivenetworks #skills #cyberawareness
Denis, Alan, and Red gather in the tunnel to talk about the Sacramento match, the upcoming AFC Ann Arbor match, and the milestone match against El Paso on ESPN. They also ponder the whereabouts of Jaime and Rod as they also reflect on City life during the thick of the COVID-19 global pandemic. Red then jumps in a time machine w/ Doc to go back to April of 2021 to chat w/ a special guest during a time when the club's future was uncertain. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/451podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/451podcast/support
Dental Marketing with Legwork Podcast Website Follow @dental_digest_podcast Instagram Follow @dr.melissa_seibert on Instagram Connect with Melissa on Linkedin Dental Digest Podcast Facebook Digital Smile Design My guest this week is Dr. Christian Coachman and we'll be talking about Digital Smile Design. Speaker 1: [00:00:03] You need to first design the smile. You need to design where you want to be even before knowing how to get there. First set design where you want to be. What is the ideal position of the upper teeth, bone and gum in relationship with the face? Not in relationship with whatever is in the mouth. [00:00:22][19.4] Speaker 2: [00:00:27] Welcome to Dental Digest. Listen, dentistry is rapidly changing and this podcast exists so you can have real time updates to changes in delight occasion research and technology. Dr. Christine Curtin, the founder and CEO of the Digital Smile Design Company. Former president of the Brazilian Academy of Historic Dentistry in Global Phenomenon is back this week. In this episode, you're going to learn about how to incorporate dentistry and true planning in esthetic dentistry. You'll learn what you can be doing differently in your treatment plan and why you should take a basically general approach to your cases. All right, let's jump in. [00:01:03][35.9] Speaker 3: [00:01:04] Welcome to Dental Digest. This is a podcast devoted to. [00:01:07][3.6] Speaker 1: [00:01:08] Following evidence based. [00:01:08][0.9] Speaker 3: [00:01:09] Dental literature. Here's your host, Dr. Melissa Seibert. [00:01:11][2.7] Speaker 1: [00:01:12] She's a dentist currently practicing in the Air Force. With that being said, nothing contained within this podcast is intended to be reflective or endorsed by the U.S. Air Force. [00:01:21][8.3] Speaker 2: [00:01:21] Today's podcast is sponsored by Legwork. Your one stop shop for tracking, retaining and delivering patient happiness attract new patients with digital ads, then convert them into lifelong customers through a dental website that integrates with your office phones and patient engagement software. Keep your seats filled with happy patients using tools like tool texting and automated reminders as a dental digest listener. You can get your first six for no pay at legwork icon slash dental digest. And so talk to us also about your implementation of tooth libraries. Can you tell us a bit about that? [00:02:02][40.2] Speaker 1: [00:02:02] This is another concept that we were able to help spread that I think it's a revolution in restorative dentistry. You know, I was able to to learn back in 2011, 12 from one of my mentors in Brazil, an amazing dentist technician. That was the first one to bring this idea of using natural teeth as your guide to manufacture restorations. Of course, natural teeth were always the inspiration. So we as technicians, we were studying natural teeth to try to reproduce with our own hands, either with wax or with ceramics, and building their morphology with our own hands inspired by the natural morphology. And this teacher, Dr. Paolo Chernoff, he came with the idea, you know, why should we try? To replicate nature with our own hands if we can literally copy nature 100% with scanners. And when he first said that to me, it was so clear. You know, that's obvious in the future. At that time, two dozen, 11, 12, I was thinking in the future, we're not going to shape deep with our own hands because it makes no sense. We going to scan natural teeth and we can scan anybody that has beautiful dentition and save these scams into the libraries of our software. And when I'm digitally waxing up your case instead of designing with my own hands, I'm going to copy and paste the natural morphology of the most beautiful teeth on Earth. And then I'm going to design your mockups, design your provisionals, and design your final restorations with that. The only thing that needs to be done here is to understand that if you want to use natural libraries in your software and they look amazing because they're natural to keep that beauty in the patient's real mouth, you need to accept the principle and the concept of monolithic restorations because you need to milk or you need to treat the restoration. And if you touch the surface or you cut back to layer on top of it, you're back to scratch your back into your own morphology. So the natural library concept comes hand-in-hand with the monolithic restoration concept, and these two concepts together are allowing so many dentists and technicians to finally do beautiful natural work without having to be a michaelangelo of dentistry. [00:04:45][162.4] Speaker 2: [00:04:46] Help me understand a little bit. Is this something that you did? Are you a part of creating these libraries, or is this a technology that you advocate for implementing? I'm sorry. You have to pardon my ignorance. I'm not quite as familiar with this. [00:04:57][10.8] Speaker 1: [00:04:58] So we were the first ones to develop digital 3D libraries and do diagnostic wax in 3D with natural libraries and then design CAD cam restorations with natural libraries, mill these restorations and places in the mouth. So this is what we call the complete digital natural restorative workflow. Okay. Inspired by this initial idea from Dr. Paolo Garneau. That was the first one to mention something like that. We were the first ones to then bring this to the digital world and make it restored. The first two patients back in 2014 with this complete digital workflow with natural libraries. [00:05:43][45.3] Speaker 2: [00:05:44] What ceramic materials do you advocate for using when you're trying to design beautiful interior restorations? Do you like lithium de silicate zirconia feldspar? They porcelain. What do you like? [00:05:54][10.3] Speaker 1: [00:05:55] I like all of them. I like all of them. And the key is beautiful. Natural morphology. Beautiful natural morphology makes every material looks beautiful. We can't beat nature. It makes no sense. So it's amazing, you know, when you use natural libraries and then you manufacture these with natural libraries, they come out of the machine really looking beautiful because it's a copy paste of a natural tooth, you know? So all the materials will work fine. We work a lot with Legion Basilica, we work a lot with film spectacle. So just to emphasize, we do 100% related and we do 100% digital. Everything we do is digital and monolithic with natural libraries. We do hundreds and hundreds of anti restorations every month, and that's how we do all of them. Of course that if we are trying case in the business models and it doesn't look good, we're going to do everything we can to save the case too. So the patience problem and make the modifications that make them happy. And if we need to touch with our own hands and and save the case, we will. So that's one point. But we always do everything digital and most of the times we don't have to really modify them too much with our own lens because they come out of the machine already looking good. So these interior monolithic restorations we usually do with Emacs or Empress multicolor blocks, we also do translucent zirconia. They work fine. We also do hybrid materials, composite blocks. They all look beautiful as well. So it's a matter of mature selection for any biological, functional reason and value selection. How do you pick the right materials to give the value that you want? [00:07:54][118.7] Speaker 2: [00:07:54] One of the things that is such a challenge for dentists and oftentimes overlooked, but this is invaluable. Is shade selection in with your background? How would you recommend Dennis communicate Shade to the lab? Some Dennis would say that they actually have the patient go to the lab and then the lab technician themselves is doing the shade matching. But that's just so rarely practical because oftentimes the lab might be even in the different country. So what information should a Dennis be gathering to effectively communicate shade to the lab? [00:08:22][27.7] Speaker 1: [00:08:23] So we need to we probably should divide this topic into are we talking about cases with one or just the few restorations that you need to match remaining dental of the remaining dentition? So a single central, central lateral, you know, lateral pane. So the case is where you have everything natural and a few restorations that you need to match. This has a complete different protocol than the cases that you're doing, the full smile, right? The cases that you're doing, the full smile. The challenge here, as I mentioned, is value. You need to you want to pick the right event. Okay. You're not matching anything. You just don't want the full set to be too great or too great. You want the right then. Okay, so value communication depends on experience. You need to understand the color of the remaining track, the color that the patient wants, and how much space for the restoration. These three these are the three pieces of information that your technician needs to know to select the material for the right value. Right. So about the color is the right value. So you take a picture with the shade guides and the tooth perhaps, or the something simple. Sent to the lab. You tell the lab what is the final color value that the patient wants? Sent to the lab and in the software, the lab already knows the clearance, so we need to do the math. As we say, initial color, final color and clearance. Now, a good technician and good lab. By doing several cases, hundreds of cases, they're going to become good on understanding the combination of these three factors. What block should they pick to generate the value that the patient's patient want on full set? If you're talking about single restorations to match to natural teeth, then of course the color matching becomes a little bit more challenging. The shape is not the challenge anymore because as you scan the patient, you can use the natural remaining to even just flip to the other side and make the perfect morphology so it becomes, you know, how tricky the color is. If the color of the natural and tissue remaining tissue is not that complex, you can still solve with monolithic restorations, and labs are becoming better and better on matching monolithic restorations to match the tissue. If you see that the natural incision over patient does have very unique internal characterizations. This is one of the few situations where. Cutting back and layering ceramics. Old school is still necessary. And for that, this is the situation where top technicians usually want to see the patient life. But as you said, is very unrealistic for 90% of the dentists. So, again, what you need to do is just. There are some very simple photography protocols that you can use to generate these images to send to the lab to help the lab increase the chances of magic. What I used to do was to then to have the doctor try in before finishing the crown in a certain phase, maybe with two bakes and one final bake to be done, and then make some pictures to understand how close I am. To allow me to fix. To fine tune. The final layering to make the ideal match. [00:12:17][234.4] Speaker 2: [00:12:18] Would you advocate for the use of polarized light and gray cards? Is that effective? [00:12:23][4.8] Speaker 1: [00:12:23] Yeah. People or people? I would say we love to complicate our lives and people like to create new things to just create something. So the polarized photo and it's something beautiful for lectures. I never used it and I was able to match single central without it. You take a very good photo. Normal photo with some tricks to make the light place in the light in a way that you don't have the reflection. So you see the characteristics of the teeth. For a single central if if it is, of course, a full mouth, then it's completely useless. But if you're doing a single central, the polarized photo may allow you to see a little bit better the inner structures of the tooth and allow you to kind of inspire you on the build up to match that. But if you take a very good picture without the polarized filter, I was always able to to see as well what I needed. But yeah, it's possible for single centrals when the natural two is very complex. Maybe it can add some value. The green card is a way to calibrate, to calibrate the color of the camera, to allow, you know, then you can use some people developed techniques on Photoshop that you can kind of define the value in the Chroma on the hue of the restoration through some numbers in the Photoshop. And then they try to link these numbers to the ceramic system saying that if it's Photoshop, whatever, number, X, Y, Z, you go to the ceramic and you mix this and this and this, then this file that you get that same color. Honestly speaking, it's just too complicated. And I can tell you that the best ceramics in the world, at the end of the day, they're using their experience. They're looking at the picture and only the experience by doing dozens, hundreds of times these type of cases to allow you to understand which powders to use in the amount that needs to be used, with the mixture that needs to be used, that this single central case is still today, 21st century. They are still done in a very old school way. You know, it is still an art. It's still an art. [00:14:56][152.9] Speaker 2: [00:14:57] What are these techniques with light that you're referencing? [00:14:59][2.1] Speaker 1: [00:15:00] So, for example, the the traditional flash, you know, the dentist use the ring flash, you know, it generates a straight and strong light. And that's the worse to see things, right? So usually you can see better when the light is not straight is lateral and when the light is not strong is soft. So direct light straight is not ideal. Lateral indirect light is good. So utilizing an arm for your flashes and moving the flashes, a ray from the lens, moving the flashes backwards and putting a bouncer to bounce the light or using certain filters. These are techniques that every artistic technician, artistic dentist has been using for 15 years, you know, to take beautiful pictures of the tissue. The two tricks is indirect and lateral light. [00:16:04][63.6] Speaker 2: [00:16:05] So the question that I've been dying to ask you about as well is how are you using keynote and PowerPoint for digital smile design? This is something that you're renowned for. And it's it's very interesting. [00:16:15][10.9] Speaker 1: [00:16:16] This is what we call the vintage. The yes, the there was the how I started. Right. How the whole. So what happened was that, as I mentioned, lecturing was a passion. So in 2004 five, I started to learn PowerPoint and then keener to put lectures again. And I would finish a nice case and I would say, okay, this is a cool case for a lecture. Fantastic. Let me get grabbed in the documentation and let me put a lecture together about this case. As I was putting the lecture together about the case, firstly I started to identify mistakes that we did on the treatment. Second, I realized that I was learning more about the case when I was building the lecture. Then when I was starting to plan the case. Unfortunately, it was too late because the case was already finished. So when I started to realize was inside Keynote and PowerPoint, you have so many tools and so many tricks that you can play with the images, with the possible manipulations of these images, with placing lines and references and doing drawings. So I was doing all these drawings and guidelines to try to explain to my public, to my audience, how good I was. And instead, I was identified. The mistakes that I did. Right. So I, of course, said to myself, I need to start using these tricks, not at the end to put a lecture together, but at the beginning to make better decisions to treatment plan, to not make these mistakes. So in 2006 seven, I started to use little by little. I started first to demand from my clients dentists to send me facial pictures of their patients, not only intraoral pictures, but also facial pictures. And I started to develop a protocol on how to bring these facial pictures to the slide and transformed PowerPoint and keynote into a dental software. And every day learning a new trick. You know, ways to analyze sizes and shapes and measure harmony and balance and arrangement, facial integration and all the principles that we learn from oral facial norms and denture principles, and so full of measured principles and automatic principles. All these principles that helps you. Design is mine only with the phase I started to bring into into PowerPoint and Keynote. Little by little, it became a protocol I started to use in every single case, and then people started to see it and think, This is very cool. Can you teach me? And then I started to show it to colleagues and friends and then small groups and then little courses and then bigger courses than courses all over the world. And that's how the whole thing started. Of course, that today. Today things changed because at that time there was no 3D software. All I had was 2D PowerPoint keynote. And then from that 2D, I developed a technique that also exploded all over on how to make measurements and guides in PowerPoint keynote and then translate to the stone model to guide to wax it. So it was what I called a facially driven, handmade wax set, and that was the big a big hit until 2014. Or that was my main way to work until 14, when we moved completely in three into 3D. And now everything is inside the 3D software. But but we still use PowerPoint Keynote as the digital chart of the patient and everything we do in the 3D software, those three screens and video recordings that I mentioned to you, everything goes inside PowerPoint and Keynote and PowerPoint. The keynote is where we organize the digital information of the patient and what we use to present to the patient. [00:20:24][247.9] Speaker 2: [00:20:25] I think it's funny that you say that this is vintage, because for many dummies this is still very cutting edge. And I think this technique is phenomenal because, listen, investing in some of this technology is very, very expensive. And this is such a great way for people to get their feet wet and get started. So would you make this actionable? Can you help us understand how are you doing this? Are you actually tracing the design of the teeth on keynote? Would you explain this a little more? [00:20:50][25.1] Speaker 1: [00:20:51] So in Europe, I call it vintage. Of course, we work with 3D technology nowadays, and 3D technology is becoming very popular and very democratic. And of course, everybody is going to go there. But we still have hundreds, even thousands of doctors utilizing this vintage way, and that is very useful and very efficient. And people are doing better dentistry because of that. And I get messages every day from people saying, look, I didn't have the time or the opportunity to jump into 3D, blah, blah, blah. I know this is the future, but I'm very grateful that I have these tools that I can do for free and I can do it myself and I can communicate better with my lab. And my lab doesn't have any technology. We are in the countryside of India, you know, in the middle of Brazil. And all we have is this and it's helping us to do better. So I am very proud of this. And I think that you need to do whatever you can with whatever you have to do the best you can. And that is fantastic. So we still have online the videos that people can access for free on YouTube, on our YouTube channel of how to do the vintage DST, 2D facial analysis, 2D small design on Keynote and PowerPoint. Then the digital ruler that we invented that you place into the slide that you can calibrate and make the measurements between where you are and where you want to be. So let's say you put the patient's picture in that slide, you grab the templates you put over, you design the smile in 2D. So, you know, you see where the patient is. So let's say there's a chef and there's a cat and the teeth are small. You draw the ideal smile on top based on the face. So you have all the lines, the facial midline smile, curved tooth proportion, inter dental proportion, gingival fulfilling position. So what we call the smile frame that we developed, the ten steps of the smile frame that we used. So today on 3D, the same 2D or 3D, the smile frame process, ten steps. So use those ten steps on the 2D. So now what you see very clear is where you are and where you want to be. So let's say the incisal edge is here and the midline is here, and you want them in light to be there and the incisors to be there. So what you do is you take the digital ruler, you match the measurement, so you calibrate the ruler and then you measure, for example, that on the cervical of the tooth you need to shift the midline one millimeter, and on the incisal you need to shift 1.5. And that will fix the shift and the cat. And that on the incisal edge, on the distal corner, you want to lengthen half a millimeter and the medial 1.5 millimeters. So you have those measurements, you start making the measurements, you go to your model, you take a. Caliper. You start making the measurements tomorrow with the pencil and you start throwing the wax on top of it, guided by these measurements, and you can use the barrier probes in the wax to measure the thickness of the wax. You know, you melt the wax and you put the burial probe and you start guiding the volumes and the position of the wax midline in size of large volumes, gingival margins proportions. And your handmade wax can actually look very like your 2D drawings on PowerPoint. Of course, you need to know how to use PowerPoint or keynote, and you need to be a very good waxer. There's no magic here. You need to be a very good wax. If you have those two skills, you'll watch the video on YouTube on how to do it. And you can start tomorrow and you're going to have quite a lot of problems in terms of the misplacement of the midline, the size of add your own proportions and even beautiful lines and all these things. [00:24:47][236.1] Speaker 2: [00:24:48] No, I think this is such a cool innovation and I love that because again, Denis, I might not have access to some of these technologies. This is a great way for them to get started. So why should Denis why should their treatment plans be facially driven? Denis Of the highest echelon in dentistry, this is something that they advocate for. But oftentimes, unfortunately, the default when it comes to treatment planning is we're just thinking of disease control, starting with posterior teeth in the mouth. But why do we need to start with the smile first? [00:25:13][25.4] Speaker 1: [00:25:14] So this is all about what we learned. You know, this is not something that we at DSD invented. We we what we do is to translate into the digital world, the beautiful, beautiful things that we learn from mentors like Rick Rowley, John Kois, Frank Sfeir, Bill Robbins, Jeff Rouse, Peter Dawson, Jack. She's just come one year. You know, they they all they all talk about the same thing, facially driven treatment planning, facial generated treatment plans. What does that mean? It means that you need to design a smile first before you plan the treatment. It's like an architect. First you design the project and after you engineer how to make that project possible. And even though it's pretty obvious, unfortunately in dentistry, too many people invert those things. They start treatment, planning the solutions. And then in the middle of the process, they say, Oh, this is more or less where we're going to end and let's hope for the best. You know, if if you think like an engineer, if you think like an architect, it's pretty obvious. Start with the end in mind. As Peter Dutton said, if you know where you want to go, it's easier to get there. Period. What it means, you know where you want to go. It means you need to first design the small. You need to design where you want to be even before knowing how to get there. First set design where you want to be. What is the ideal position of the upper teeth, bone and gum in relationship with the face? Not in relationship with whatever is in the mouth. Because that will change. May change, and you probably want to change many other things. So you cannot treatment plan based on whatever is in the mouth. You need to treatment plan based on the face and nowadays face and every face. And these are the two guidelines to let you know where the upper teeth should be for ideal facial harmony and ideal and weight. So when you know where you want to be in treating the teeth, bone and gum, this is where you want to be. Now you need to compare where you want to be and where you are and understand the discrepancies. And then you need to ask yourself, what is the treatment plan? And that's only then that you need to use your skills and the specialty skills of your team members to start understanding. This is the ideal outcome we want. This is where we want to be. Is it possible? Do we really want to offer this to the patient? Is this realistic? How challenging it is? How much time do we need? You know, does the patient want to go through this process? And many times, of course, the ideal project is not feasible. It's not possible. It's not realistic financially, maybe to too much time the patient doesn't want for any reason. Many times the ideal is not possible, and only then you adapt the ideal to something that you think is more realistic. But as we say, give ideal a chance. Give the face a chance, give the airway a chance. Start from ideal reverse engineer the treatment plan, start from smile design and then build your treatment plan. [00:28:47][213.6] Speaker 2: [00:28:48] Would you almost say that this is analogous to dentures? You know, some of the greatest minds when it comes to treatment planning correlated to dentures. They say, you know, when we're selling denture teeth, what are we starting with or starting with? Where do we want eight and nine to go once we know that we know everything else? And it's perhaps the same way with Smile Design. Perhaps fewer dentists are doing dentures today, but we can't forsake these principles 100%. [00:29:10][21.8] Speaker 1: [00:29:13] This is exactly what we say. The only dentists that are treatment planning properly always are the ones treating full evangelist's patients and why their treatment planning? Ideally, always not because they're better, but because they have no other option. There's nothing in them up so they cannot treatment plan based on whatever is in the mouth. The only thing they have is the face. So they need to start from the face and then they design over the wax rim. They design where the teeth should be first. Then one of the gun should be first. And then they look at that and say, okay. This is what we're going to do. This is where we're going to place the influence we need to cut the budget. We need to raise the interface. We need to grab. We need to do the after after they set up the T. So this is because, you know, naturally, when you're treating a dangerous patients, you have to think the right way and you need to start outside in. Now, if the patient has teeth and an existing bite, you need to think exactly the same way by allowing yourself to ignore the existing bite for a moment. Ignore the existing teeth for a moment, look at the face, look at the enemy, and envision and plan the ideal and then build a plan. [00:30:38][85.1] Speaker 2: [00:30:38] Dr. Coachman, it has been just incredible to have you on. What message would you like to leave us with? What closing thoughts do you have? [00:30:45][6.6] Speaker 1: [00:30:46] I would say, you know, congratulations to all for picking this amazing profession. There's no better moment in the history of dentistry to be a dentist than the moment we live nowadays. It is definitely the most exciting moment. Of course, the world is going through tough moments, but dentistry showed amazing resilience and we were able to see for the last two years how important dentistry is, how vital what we do is for people, and how strong is our business. Even on super tough moments like the ones we left. So I think we are just very, very lucky to be in the dental business mainly, also because we are just discovering the real power of what we do. I think that the next decade will be the decade, hopefully that dentistry will play the role that dentistry deserves in the medical field. We're going to we're going to enter. This position of really going way beyond just treating decays and doing cute smiles. And we're going to discover the depth of what we do in terms of systemic connection, biological importance, the impact on breathing energy and sleep quality related to dentistry, the relationship between function and posture that impact on people's life emotionally. Even more so, all of these topics that are starting to be explored now will show the world the importance of dentistry in people's well-being. So it's just amazing to be in this moment in time, inside a profession that is reinventing itself. [00:32:44][117.7] Speaker 2: [00:32:45] And you provide a lot of educational resources. If they want to learn more from you, where can they go? [00:32:49][4.8] Speaker 1: [00:32:50] So the best way first is to go to our website. Our website has a lot of information, digital smile, design dot com, digital smile designed icon courses, and you're going to see our main course. The entry course is called DACA residency. That is the residency is a three day course where explain we explain the full concept. It's a three day course that we do in this year. We're going to do in Miami and Las Vegas. This residency, of course, social media. I'm very, very active on Instagram. Chris Coachman or Digital Smile Design, both accounts. We share a lot of content, a lot of insights, tips and tricks. So if you follow us on Instagram, you're going to get a lot of information. And also we talk about the courses as well. So I think these are the two ways to interact with me personally and with my team. [00:33:47][56.9] Speaker 2: [00:33:51] Pay raise, believe it or not, ratings for this podcast on Apple Podcasts app actually really matter. So if you like this show and it's helpful to you, would you please be sure to leave a rating and subscribe on the Apple Podcast app? And as always, please send a direct message on podcast and screen, which is done on that is podcast. All right. I'll see you next week. [00:33:51][0.0] [1995.8]
A change of opportunities calls for a change of expectations. How do we, as leaders, navigate our way to become effective throughout this shift? In this episode, Denis welcomes Heather Osgood, founder of True Native Media. Heather discusses the importance of adapting to change, dreaming a bigger dream, and being willing to take on challenges. Today's leaders must be able to listen well - both to their teams and the world - in order to be successful. Heather Osgood is the founder of True Native Media, a boutique podcast representation agency specializing in podcast advertising. With an extensive background in radio advertising and love for podcasting, Heather was in a unique position to start an agency that could help both advertisers get better results and assist podcasters in finding sponsors. She is an influential voice in the podcast advertising space and has sold over 50K ads in the last five years. Heather is also the Podcast Moneymaker's creator, a course designed for podcasters who want the formula, tools, and tactics to get advertisers in 6 weeks. Tune in as Denis and Heather discuss what it takes for team members to feel like they're part of something greater than themselves–if leaders cannot provide this motivation for their team, they may lose them. In this episode: Heather Osgood shares her experience as the founder of True Native Media and host of her own show https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/podcast-advertising-playbook/id1473222248 (Podcast Advertising Playbook). There are differences between leading an independent contractor versus having an employee and one employee versus multiple employees. When doing business, it's easy to get lost in the details, but it's important to have a clear vision and focus on what's important. It is essential for leaders to respond well to different situations. Leadership is changing because of the fragmentation of the world. Listening is important for understanding what is happening around us and for building relationships with those close to us and with our team. Heather talks about one of her favorite leadership books, which is https://www.amazon.com/Reinventing-Organizations-Frederic-Laloux/dp/2960133501 (Reinventing Organizations by Frederic Laloux). Leadership will increasingly be evident as individuals need to be able to lead themselves. Key Takeaways: Finding out your roles as a leader and entrepreneur can be difficult to figure out Push yourself beyond what you think you can accomplish The world is changing and leadership is changing with it The leaders who are successful today are those who are able to listen well It is also important to listen to the world in general, as changes happen constantly Leadership is not about a pyramid - it becomes about having individual leadership Change of opportunities calls for a change of expectations Leadership is about having a voice, having a say, and having an opinion Tweetable Quotes: “There are different levels, I think, of growth that's appropriate as you grow with a team. And really, it's about figuring out how you can structure what each of those people is doing and then I think most importantly, and most difficult is what exactly is your role as a leader.” - Heather Osgood “People want to feel like they're part of something that is greater than themselves. And if you, as a leader, can't provide that motivation for someone, I think that's when you lose them, right? You lose their attention.” - Heather Osgood Connect with Heather on https://www.instagram.com/truenativemedia (Instagram) and https://www.linkedin.com/in/podcastadvertising (LinkedIn), follow her on https://twitter.com/truenativemedia (Twitter), and check out her https://heatherosgood.com/ (website). You can also look into https://truenativemedia.com (True Native Media) and its https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLrMBeMSOIlMBSwEejbni2A (YouTube Channel). Email: email@example.com...
In this bonus episode we welcome back friend of the pod Dr Jodi McAlister, who sits down with Kate to discuss how romance novel serialisation works, and what that means for this and future seasons of Bridgerton on Netflix. Features: - Vampires and werewolves and sports teams, oh my! - Genre as defined by ‘vibes' - HEA…and post-HEA - The benefits of time travel - The benefits of sex scenes - Peneloise & Bi-nedict - Books and other Media We Discuss: - Bridgerton, the TV show - The Bridgerton series, by Julia Quinn - The Duke and I - It's in His Kiss - Romancing Mr Bridgerton - To Sir Phillip, With Love - The Outlander series, by Diana Gabaldon - The Fifty Shades of Grey series, by EL James - The In Death series, by JD Robb - Happily Ever After...and After: Serialization and the - Popular Romance Novel, by An Goris - The Troubleshooters series, by Suzanne Brockmann - The Cynster series, by Stephanie Laurens - The Bow Street Runners series, by Lisa Kleypas - A Song of Ice and Fire series, by George RR Martin - Scarpetta series, by Patricia Cornwell - The Kinsey Millhone Alphabet series, by Sue Grafton (Kate mistakenly conflated this series and that of Sue Grafton in the recording. Apologies to both Patricia and Sue!) - A whole new set of horny lords and ladies: how Bridgerton brought romance book serialisation to television, by Kate Cuthbert and Jodi McAlister - Adoring Outlander, edited by Valerie Estelle - Frankel (featuring a chapter by Jodi McAlister - A Natural History of the Romance Novel, by Pamela Regis - The Crossfire Series, by Sylvia Day - The Inside Out series, by Lisa Renee Jones - Virgin River, the TV series - Sweet Magnolias, the TV series - The Virgin River series, by Robyn Carr - Love in the Western World, by Denis de Rougement You can find Jodi on twitter as @jodimca and instagram as @jodimcalister, and she's brand new on TikTok also as @jodimcalister. Don't forget you can find us on twitter and facebook @bridgertonpod and instagram @wwddpod and join the conversation using the hashtag #WWDDpod. You can also leave us a rating or review on your preferred podcast provider. Leaving a review makes you a perennial favourite recurring character. This episode was recorded on the traditional lands of the Wurundjeri, Boonwurrung, and Gadigal peoples and edited by Rudi Bremer on Gadigal country. What Would Danbury Do is a proud member of Frolic Media. You can find great romance content and other fantastic podcasts by visiting the Frolic site.
473. Part 1 of our conversation with Michael Martin & Janet Allured. Part 1. Firsthand Louisiana: Primary Sources in the History of the State brings to its readers a companion to the study of Louisiana's history. Compiled for the first time in a single book, the dozens of important, interesting, devastating, and entertaining firsthand accounts cover Louisiana's history from 1682, when Sieur de La Salle claimed the land for the French, up through recent controversies over the removal of Confederate memorial statues in the state. Read letters, speeches, reports, and diaries to learn how the Bayou State affected and was affected by such events as the Louisiana Purchase, the Civil War, the Plessy v. Ferguson decision, World War II, the civil rights movement, and more. Edited by experts in the field of Louisiana history, this collection also provides a fascinating read for non-academics who simply want to gain the perspective of the people — women, men, Native Americans, whites, African Americans, and many others — who created the state's complicated past. This week in Louisiana history. June 11, 1744. Louis J. de St. Denis dies in Natchitoches. This week in New Orleans history. The Mid-City Branch of the New Orleans Public Libary reopened on June 11, 2007 at 330 N. Carrollton Avenue in a post-Katrina recovering shopping center storefront. It was the first of several temporary branches funded by the Gates Foundation. As of 2012, the Mid-City branch has been moved the American Can Factory Building on Orleans Avenue. This week in Louisiana. 31st Annual Cross Lake Floatilla June 18, 2022 11:00 am - 7:30 pm 5315 South Lakeshore Dr. Shreveport, LA 71108 Come out and enjoy the 30th Annual Cross Lake Floatilla. Enjoy fireworks starting at 11 a.m. There will a poker run, a decorated boat parade and contest, music, food, floating, and a whole lot of fun! Amenities, Family Friendly, Free Admission, Free Parking. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 318-272-2882 Postcards from Louisiana. BMC Bar.Listen on Google Play.Listen on Google Podcasts.Listen on Spotify.Listen on Stitcher.Listen on TuneIn.The Louisiana Anthology Home Page.Like us on Facebook.
Denis uncovers the wild world of his local pizza joint, Pete's Pizza, while Riley shares all the details from his first attempt at surfing in years. Theme music: Lowrider by Joakim Karud Support the show on Patreon! patreon.com/havealistentothis
“S” is for St. Thomas and St. Denis Parish. Located on the peninsula formed by the Cooper and Wando Rivers in modern Berkeley County, St. Thomas and St. Denis were created by the Church Act of 1706 and constitute colonial South Carolina's only parish within a parish.
Why you should consider alternative investmentsWhere to invest in the current difficult marketResources to learn about alternative assetsAsset types and risks of fund investmentsAdvice for investors with rentals in low-income areas Life and Money Impact RoundWhat is the one thing to do now to live a meaningful and intentional life by design?What is one life or money hack that you can share to make an impact on others' lives?One thing to do right now to make the world a better place RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONEDRich dad poor dad by Robert T. KiyosakiThe Alternative Investment Almanac by Denis Shapiro ABOUT DENIS SHAPIRODenis began investing in real estate in 2012. He has progressed to investing in active and passive deals across various asset types and classes. Denis has invested in note funds, promissory notes, mobile home parks, affordable housing rentals, industrial space, short-term vacation rentals, crowdfunding platforms, and luxury apartment communities. After graduating with a BBA and then an MBA from Baruch College, Denis began working for the United States Government. It was a job he proudly performed for over a decade. In his various roles with the government, Denis served as a liaison to the public and various state agencies. CONNECT WITH DENISWebsite: www.sihcapitalgroup.com CONNECT WITH USTo connect with Annie and Julie, as well as with other Investing For Good listeners, and to get the latest scoop on new and upcoming episodes, join Life and Money Show Podcast Community on Facebook.To learn more about real estate syndication investment opportunities, join the Goodegg Investor Club.Be sure to also grab your free copy of the Investing For Good book (just pay S&H)--Thanks for listening, and until next time, keep investing for good!
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/328 Presented By: Reyr Gear, FishHound Expeditions, Anglers Coffee, Togens Fly Shop Sponsors: https://wetflyswing.com/sponsors "What advantage does the clear give you?" That's the question to start this episode with on choosing a line for fly fishing. Jarvis from Monic Fly Lines is here today to break down fly lines so you have a better feel for the types of lines out there and their uses. We find out how the different materials affect the performance of a line, the advantages of a clear line, and the ideal line for specific species and water. Jarvis also shares his experience hunting with the Hadza tribe and some of his saltwater trips in the Bahamas. Plus, we hear a story about one of their customers who has a 20-year-old clear Monic fly line that still works. Line for Fly Fishing Show Notes with Jarvis 08:10 - Jarvis got a job at Monic Fly Lines as a manufacturing assistant then later on stepped in for the managing role 09:20 - Bob Romano was on the podcast at WFS 314 where we talked about the Rangeley Lakes Region in Maine 11:00 - Jarvis excelled in school. He's pretty smart and got into some scholarships. 12:40 - Jarvis took up Anthropology in College 13:20 - The Hadza are modern hunter-gatherer people living in northern Tanzania. They are considered one of the last hunter-gatherer tribes in Africa with approximately 1,300 tribe members. 19:50 - Monic Fly Lines are PVC-free. They use naturally buoyant plastics that's why they float well. 22:00 - The Monic 101 is their basic trout line 22:55 - The front taper is where the line begins to change in diameter. The belly section is the thickest portion of that line. Your rear taper is where it starts to go back down in diameter 27:00 - For beginners, a little heavier line, one size up, will make you feel the dynamics of your casting. If you have a 5 wt fast rod, a 6 wt line is recommended. If it's medium-fast, a true to weight size like 5 wt would be good 39:55 - Airflo Fly Lines also make PVC-free lines 41:30 - Jarvis explains how their lines become clear and talks about its stealth advantages 47:10 - Jarvis talks about how Bob Goodale, the founder, started Monic. Their first line was a clear floating line. Read more about the company's history here. 49:00 - Their Henley Series has a material that they call MoniCore 50:20 - The Henley Phantom Tip is one of their latest lines. Jarvis explains its advantages for fresh and saltwater 51:50 - One of their customer showed Jarvis a 20-year-old clear Monic line - it already turned yellow because of the UV damage but it still works 52:30 - Monic will replace your fly line if it breaks on the first year of buying it 55:10 - All the fly lines they produce are made from Boulder Colorado 56:30 - There's a chart in each type of line on their website for you to have a general idea of how your setup would be. There's a chat box there on the website too - send them a message and Jarvis or any from the Monic crew will gladly help 59:00 - Their Icicle line has a more advanced taper called Javelin taper 1:04:00 - The Saltwater Master series has a slickening agent built-in 1:06:45 - Jarvis had a saltwater trip with Denis Isbister in the Bahamas to do some content for Monic. Denis runs the Wild Fish Wild Places TV show 1:08:40 - Jarvis caught a horse side yellow tail jack 1:10:00 - Jarvis talks about his experience fishing in Acklins, a little southeast of the Bahamas 1:13:20 - We had Oliver White at WFS 69 where we talked about the Bahamas 1:13:50 - Enter your favorite fly at wetflyswing.com/topfly to win a box of flies 1:14:30 - Jarvis picks his top fly for fresh and saltwater. For trout, he picks Gold-ribber Hares Ear. For saltwater, he picks the Gotcha Shrimp pattern Line for Fly Fishing Conclusion with Jarvis So there you go. I hope you learned some things that will help you decide on what type of line you're getting next. I think that you can never go wrong with the clear ones. The stealthy type is always great to avoid spooking the fish. If you're a beginner, Jarvis recommends to up that line 1 step so that you can feel the dynamics of your casting better. Practice, and practice, then practice some more. Once you feel good about your casting, then you can experiment on your gear setup as you please. If you want to connect with Jarvis and the Monic team, send them a message on Instagram or via the Monic website chat box. They will gladly assist you in getting that perfect line for your needs and preference. Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/328
Steven Manuel sits down with Denis Beausejour to talk about grandparenting (4:00). You are going to be SO BLESSED, ENCOURAGED, and CHALLENGED as you have your concept of grandparenting EXPLODED into something waaaaay richer than just someone giving your kid a bike at Christmas (although, hey, bikes are pretty sweet, too). From someone who's actually doing it, right now, we gain insight into Bible passages that describe grandparents, constructing a physical space for grandchildren (9:45), the eras of life (13:25), The grandparent's responsibility (17:45), handling generational sin (25:45), how a grandparent's role is different from a parent's (37:25), how to pray for grandchildren (42:20), obedience w/re: grandparents (48:45), and a sample schedule for a super engaged grandparenting couple (52:45). (I am astounded by this part.) Denis also shares the financial implications of grandparenting (1:10:40). Anyway hold onto your hats and enjoy the wisdom and intentionality of Denis Beausejour. NOTE: your family does NOT have to do grandparenting like the Beausejours do! This is ONE inspiring family who’re taking the role seriously and this is THEIR attempt at honoring God with this season of life. You can do it your way. Just let the B’s model help you dream and create vision for your own family- Listen to Denis’ talk to men about Titus 2 right here. Listen to Marianne’s talk to women about Titus 2 right here. Buy Crackerjacks for your grandchildren right here. Enroll in the Outpost course for Creating A Family Vision right here. Join the Abe’s Wallet volley channel right here.
On Tuesday, the Dallas Stars announced that 25-year-old forward Denis Gurianov signed a 1-year extension worth $2.9 million. It seems that Gurianov is getting one last shot to prove himself with to the Dallas front office. He has shown great offensive capabilities in the past, but those performances are spread out too far. In the OHL, Stars 2021 1st round pick Wyatt Johnston was awarded the Red Tilson trophy which is given to the most outstanding OHL player during the regular season. Johnston is also helping his Windsor Spitfires fight for the OHL title against the Hamilton Bulldogs. Take our fan survey:https://lockedonpodcasts.com/survey/ Subscribe to Locked on Stars on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/LockedOnStars Follow Dane on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Dane__Lewis Follow the show on Twitter: https://twitter.com/LockedOnStars Find Locked on Stars on you Favorite Podcast Platform: Apple: https://tinyurl.com/3wjnbvp2 Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/2p9yx4ur Google: https://tinyurl.com/2yc492b7 Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices