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Our Hometown News
New Gift Subscriptions Add-On for MemberPress available now

Our Hometown News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 3:53


Our-Hometown is excited to announce that the new MemberPress Gifting Add-On is now available for customers on our WordPress Publishing Platform, allowing readers to easily purchase and monitor digital Gift Subscriptions for a friend or family member through the website. The MemberPress Gifting Add-On replaces our existing Gift Subscriptions feature, offering a more streamlined and user-friendly approach that includes a direct integration with the MemberPress software. Setting up Gift Subscriptions in MemberPress is a breeze. Keep scrolling to find out how! Enabling a Gift Subscription Once the MemberPress Gifting Add-On has been enabled on your website, you'll need to choose...Article LinkLet us know your thoughts about this episode by reaching out on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ourhometownincInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ourhometownwebpublishing/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ourhometownincLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/our-hometown-com/..........Our Hometown Web Publishing is The Last Newspaper CMS & Website You'll Ever Need.  We help you generate revenue, engage with readers, and increase efficiency with Our Hometown's Digital & PrePress CMS features to fit your needs & budget.OHT's Web Publishing Platform is:-Powered with WordPress-Hosted on Amazon Web Services-Integrated with Adobe InDesign & Google Drivehttps://our-hometown.comSubscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKw6KpKUiQkWldrX2-J1Kag?view_as=subscriberOur-Hometown can be reached via email for comments or questions at: ops@Our-Hometown.com

Scaleup Valley Podcast
256 - Lessons learned as founder, corporate executive and VC with Miguel Arias, Partner at K Fund

Scaleup Valley Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 47:05


On this Episode of the Scale Up Valley Podcast, Mike Dias speaks with Miguel Arias, General Partner at KFUND. Key takeaways: Experience from being on all sides of the table of the innovation ecosystem: corporate leader, teacher, VC, operator, founder… The importance of psychology in creating and backing a startup How is the LATAM ecosystem developing? In what ways is technology shaping the new world and creating new market opportunities? Will VR and AR create a new metaverse? Enabling tech applied to climate change

White Flag with Joe Walsh
119. "Enabling is Complicity."

White Flag with Joe Walsh

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 22:17


In the wake of Trump's dinner date, cozying up to Holocaust-denying white supremacists, Joe doesn't mince words: Republicans, your silence is deafening.

PMP Exam Radioshow  (Project Management)
Become an AGILE-Hybrid Coach! Training Dec 10th

PMP Exam Radioshow (Project Management)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 7:26


Become an AGILE-Hybrid Coach! Training Dec 10th Sign up for our Agile-Hybrid Coach Training program here: http://coach.hybridprojectmanagement.com See Spotify for this video Project Leadership Institute (Agile Coaching Certificate) The project leadership institute agile coaching course introduces project managers and professionals to the concept of coaching in an agile environment. The course combines foundational, agnostic coaching concepts from Maxwell Leadership (John Maxwell Team) and real-world agile coaching lessons backed up by solid examples, case studies and stories from world-class Agile Transformational coach Roy Schilling. The course will focus on coaching as a skill from an agnostic perspective combined with a deep and heightened agile sense of awareness. The course will introduce the concept of liberating questions, awareness-inducing concepts and tools to help you guide and lead an agile team towards their true-north. Sign up for our Agile-Hybrid Coach Training program here: http://coach.hybridprojectmanagement.com Why Coaching? Agile coaching involves a series of intentional conversations that empower teams and individuals to gain clarity and embody their calling. It is the art of influence that underpins leadership in the 21st century. One of the primary differences between Agile coaching and consulting or mentoring is that coaching draws out answers from within a person, whereas consulting and mentoring often involve putting in. Agile coaching with Project Leadership Institute is based heavily on asking and guiding, whereas consulting and mentoring are based on telling. A seasoned coach uses techniques and processes that allow the subconscious to be brought into the conscious, resulting in transformational change. As Carl Jung said, “Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will rule your world and you will call it fate.” Participants will learn: · What exactly is coaching and how does it differ from mentoring? · When it's the right time to use mentoring versus coaching? · Enabling agile teams experience paradigm shifts · Coaching beyond the team level · Curiosity and the Agile coach Topics to be covered: · The Agile coaching framework · Agile coaching model & principles · Agile coaching practices · The role of an Agile coach vs. scrum master · The role of a project manager vs. Agile coach · The role of a team facilitator vs. Agile coach · Coaching vs. teaching · Core coaching responsibilities in Agile · Emotional intelligence of an Agile coach · Agile and the servant leader · Coaching in Agile Benefits · Build and develop teams through tried-and-true practices to enable teams reach their goals · Learn how to coach through role-playing and simulation · Use a dedicated framework to structure and build agile teams · Lead teams and individuals to reach their group and individual goals Sign up for our Agile-Hybrid Coach Training program here: http://coach.hybridprojectmanagement.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pmpradio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pmpradio/support

Unpacking the Digital Shelf
Enabling the Right Technology for Results, with Matt Powell, Chief Technology Officer at FTD

Unpacking the Digital Shelf

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 52:14


Strategy, Outcomes, people and process first, then technology. That's a pretty good rule of thumb, but for that to succeed the business and IT leaders need to be in lockstep to put the right stack in place for the right outcomes, now and in the future. This is a podcast audio version of a webinar featuring of course Lauren Livak, Director of the Digital Shelf Institute and driving force behind the Digital Shelf Playbook series from the DSI, and our special guest, Matt Powell, Chief Technology Officer at FTD, a 112-year old floral gifting marketplace powered by a network of 10,000 small business florists, grocery stores, and retail gift shop. Matt and Lauren dug in deep on how to achieve that business and tech partnership for success.

The Party Wreckers
Getting through the Holidays

The Party Wreckers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 67:31


In this episode we talk about how the holidays can be a difficult time for families struggling with an addicted individual and how we can get through it.Please support the Podcast by supporting the sponsors:BetterHelp.com/PartyWreckersInterventionOnCall.comTo contact the show with questions or comments please email us at questions@partywreckers.comTo learn more about the hosts' private intervention practices please visit:Matt Brown: Freedom InterventionsSam Davis: Brown Highway RecoverySupport the show

California Rebel Base with Steve Hilton
Is California Enabling Drug Addiction?

California Rebel Base with Steve Hilton

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 77:08


Steve is joined by Leighton Akira Woodhouse, independent journalist, to talk about Foucault, the origins of wokeness and how this has exacerbated the drug epidemic on California's streets.Find more at https://leightonwoodhouse.substack.com/

The EdUp World Wise Podcast
26. Building the World's Talent by Enabling African Brilliance: Dr. Lydiah Kemunto Bosire of 8B Education Investments

The EdUp World Wise Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 47:13


On November 15, 2022, the world's population was supposed to reach 8 billion people and is projected to reach almost 10 billion in 2050. Much of this growth will be concentrated in just eight countries of which five are in Africa. In fact, countries in sub-Saharan Africa will likely contribute to more than half the growth anticipated through 2050. To frame this in both demographic and educational terms, much of the world's young talent already comes from places like India and Africa and will increasingly do so in the future. But how do we harness this talent, particularly from Africa, and why is it critical to create global opportunities for African students? This episode's guest is Dr. Lydiah Kemunto Bosire, the founder and CEO of 8B Education Investments, a financial and education technology platform specialized in lending to African students to attend world-class global universities and supporting them to succeed. 8B is on a mission to strengthen Africa's human capital by equipping the continent's future leaders and ecosystem builders to innovate, compete, and thrive in the knowledge economy of the 21st century. A Kenyan national, Lydiah brings to the field of innovative finance her personal experience, and over eighteen years working on issues of international politics, development, and human rights. Prior to founding 8B, Lydiah worked at the United Nations, the World Bank, and leading global NGOs. Lydiah currently serves on the board at WorldQuant University, and is a member of the UWC Atlantic College Advisory Council. She publishes and speaks on a wide range of topics, including on the role of innovative finance in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, the UN and the World Bank in conflict-affected states, and the role of world-class human capital in African development. Episode highlights: Lydiah's educational journey from Kenya to the U.K. and the U.S., why obtaining global scholarships shouldn't be a matter of luck, and her professional journey in the field of international development Lydiah's aspirations to work in multilateral organizations like the UN and the World Bank, and why so many young people in the Global South also nurture a similar dream Scaling impact by investing in the education and future of African students. Lydiah's reflections on brain drain and brain circulation Increasing financial for African students through a new Clinton Global Initiative commitment. Lydiah's lessons learned and top advice for future entrepreneurs Episode Resources: Connect with Lydiah: Twitter, LinkedIn My book: America Calling: A Foreign Student in a Country of Possibility Sign up for America Calling: my take on the intersection of education, culture and migration Connect with me: LinkedIn, Twitter

Aphasia Access Conversations
Episode #95: Supporting Psychological Well-Being: A Conversation with Jasvinder Sekhon

Aphasia Access Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 24:23


Lyssa Rome is a speech-language pathologist in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is on staff at the Aphasia Center of California, where she facilitates groups for people with aphasia and their care partners. She owns an LPAA-focused private practice and specializes in working with people with aphasia, dysarthria, and other neurogenic communication impairments. She has worked in acute hospital, skilled nursing, and continuum of care settings. Prior to becoming an SLP, Lyssa was a public radio journalist, editor, and podcast producer. In this episode, Lyssa Rome interviews Jasvinder Sekhon about her work on enabling SLPs to feel confident and competent in counseling people with post-stroke aphasia and their families.   Gap Areas This episode focuses on on Gap Area 8: Insufficient attention to depression and low mood across the continuum of care.   Guest info   Jasvinder Sekhon is a speech-language pathologist currently working clinically in Melbourne, Australia. Since graduating from La Trobe University in the early 1990s, Jas has worked across the continuum of care in public health services in Victoria, Australia and briefly in Singapore. Jas has been involved in the aphasia community for many years and co-convened the inaugural online Australian Aphasia Association national conference in 2021.   Jas has recently completed her PhD, where she investigated counselling education that enabled SLPs to feel confident and competent using counselling to support the psychological wellbeing of individuals with aphasia and their families after stroke. Jas' supervisors for her doctorate were Professors Jennifer Oates and Miranda Rose from La Trobe University and Professor Ian Kneebone from University Technology of Sydney. Her studies sit under the research program Optimising Mental Health and Wellbeing of the Aphasia Centre for Research Excellence and Rehabilitation. The director of this CRE is Professor Miranda Rose.    Listener Take-aways In today's episode you will: Learn about the stepped model for psychological care. Understand how speech-language pathologists can support psychological well-being for people with post-stroke aphasia. Identify the role of speech-language pathologists within an interdisciplinary team providing psychological care for people with post-stroke aphasia. Show notes edited for conciseness Lyssa Rome Welcome to the Aphasia Access Conversations Podcast. I'm Lyssa Rome. I'm a speech language pathologist on staff at the Aphasia Center of California, and I see clients with aphasia and other neurogenic communication impairments in my LPAA-focused private practice.   Aphasia Access strives to provide members with information, inspiration, and ideas that support their aphasia care through a variety of educational materials and resources.   I'm pleased to be today's host for an episode featuring Jasvinder Sekhon. Jas is a speech language pathologist and PhD candidate at La Trobe University in Australia, and recently submitted her thesis. She currently works part time as the senior SLP at a not-for-profit community health organization in Melbourne. Her studies are part of the research program, Optimizing Mental Health and Wellbeing at the Aphasia Center for Research Excellence. She has been involved in the aphasia community in Melbourne for many years, and is a member of the Australian Aphasia Association. She co-convened the first online Australian Aphasia Association national conference in June, 2021.   Today we'll be discussing Jas's research, which focuses on enabling SLPs to feel confident and competent in counseling people with post-stroke aphasia and their families.   In the Aphasia Access Conversations Podcast, we've been highlighting the gap areas identified in the State of Aphasia report by Dr. Nina Simmons-Mackie. In this episode, we'll be focusing on Gap Area 8, insufficient attention to depression and low mood across the continuum of care. For more information about the gap areas, you can listen to episode number 62, with Dr. Liz Hoover, or go to the Aphasia Access website.   So Jas, what led you to want to study counseling training for speech language pathologists?   Jasvinder Sekhon Firstly, thank you so much to the listeners and to Lyssa for this opportunity. So my impetus for my PhD arose from observing a range of emotional issues occurring frequently in people with aphasia and their families. My clients had issues such as depression, worry, frustration, low confidence, and distress. And despite my many years of experience in the field, there were many times that I felt inadequate to respond adequately or effectively to my clients' emotions.   So in doing this research, I found that I was not alone. Survey studies of SLP practice and post-stroke aphasia rehabilitation from Australia, the US, UK, and South Africa have found that the majority of speech pathologists feel that they have low knowledge, skills, and confidence to assess or manage emotional and psychological well-being in their clients with post-stroke aphasia—and this includes their families. So working with colleagues on the stroke team who had mental health training, such as psychologists and social workers, I learned many counseling techniques, and also learned about counseling approaches and brief therapies that I thought could be useful for speech pathologists in their work.   As part of my PhD studies, I've also undertaken further reading and some short courses in counseling. And I am privileged to have had the supervision of professors Miranda Rose and Jennifer Oates of La Trobe University, and Professor Ian Kneebone, from University of Technology, Sydney, who have a wealth of professional and research experience in the fields of psychology, stroke, and counseling, and speech-language pathology.     Lyssa Rome So can you tell us about an experience that for you points to the value of incorporating the Life Participation Approach to Aphasia into your clinical work? Jas Jasvinder Sekhon Thanks. Yes. So early in my career, I focused on impairment-level therapies. And I think there's evidence to say that's the area that we are most trained in. But I also felt something was missing. An example was one day a client I was treating in her home, literally sent me packing. After day in, day out, I was focusing on just impairment therapy, which was the comfort area. After she threw me out and after tending to my wounded ego and reflecting, I realized that I had not found out what was meaningful to her and what she wanted out of her rehabilitation. I was being very clinician-directed, and I drove the focus of therapy. She was a busy, active, courageous single mother of two teenage girls and had stuff to do and places to go. And I was not addressing her needs, or her wants, for her to fully participate in her life. And my therapy was not aimed at helping her to achieve these life participation goals.   So since then, I have pursued a holistic, biopsychosocial view of aphasia rehabilitation, and I now spend time to ensure I hear the person's story, understand their needs, wants, and goals from speech therapy, and I collaboratively set out an action plan towards meeting these goals. The assessment and management of psychological well-being is an important part of post-stroke aphasia rehabilitation and comes up often in speech therapy. I have certainly found counseling skills to be essential in my clinical practice.   Lyssa Rome Thank you. I feel like most of us in clinical practice would recognize how common it is for people with aphasia to also be dealing with low mood or anxiety. Certainly I, and I think others, worry at times about whether we're really meeting the emotional needs of the people whom we're working with. I know that there's been some attention to this for years. It seems like increasingly researchers in the aphasia community have been thinking more and more about these issues and recognizing their importance. I know this last summer, and IARC, Linda Worrall's keynote address, and other sessions focused on counseling for people with aphasia. Here in the US, ASHA has a new special interest group that's focused on counseling. And those are just two examples. I think that there are many more. I'm wondering how you see awareness of this issue changing?   Jasvinder Sekhon Yeah, the emotional and psychological issues associated with communication disorders have been well-recognized for decades, as you said, and probably since the establishment of the discipline of SLP. The presence of psychological issues after stroke and aphasia is not new. The need for psychological care in post-stroke aphasia is also not new. I think what is changing is, in awareness, I guess, is who is responsible for providing psychological care in stroke services, how this is done, and when this is provided. This includes describing and defining psychological care, that is within the scope of the stroke team, which includes SLPs, and identifying training or education gaps to fulfill these expected roles, and ensuring that the provision of psychological care is ethical and effective.   Thankfully, we have a model that provides evidence-based guidelines that addresses many of these questions. And this model is the stepped model for psychological care after stroke by the UK Government. Professor Ian Kneebone was part of the group that helped develop the psychological care model. Also, the work by Dr. Caroline Baker in translating the stepped model for post-stroke aphasia rehabilitation, highlighted further evidence for rehabilitation interventions specifically to prevent and treat depression in people with mild or no depression within the scope of speech language pathologists.   Lyssa Rome So can you tell us a little bit more about this stepped model?   Jasvinder Sekhon The stepped model for psychological care is a framework for interdisciplinary psychological care after stroke. The stepped model outlines the role and responsibility for the multidisciplinary team in the assessment and management of emotional and cognitive conditions after stroke. Central to this model is that the whole team take responsibility for the identification and management of psychological issues, with clearly established referral pathways to specialist support services in the case of more severe psychological concerns.   There are four levels of the stepped model, and SLPs have a role and responsibility to support psychological care at level one and level two, for those who are experienced and trained. So at level one, there is no psychological disorder present and it's applicable to most or all stroke survivors. So level two describes stroke survivors with mild and transient psychological issues, and can be addressed by experienced speech language pathologists with adequate training, and who are supported by clinical psychologists or neuropsychologists with special expertise in stroke. At level three, and level four, the assessment and management of psychological issues require specialist psychology staff. So the model actually helps speech-language pathologists define their scope of practice in psychological care, and this includes counseling.   Lyssa Rome So that leads me to wonder about the definition of counseling within speech-language pathology. How would you how should we be thinking about it?   Jasvinder Sekhon Counseling is broadly defined as a purposeful conversation arising from the intention of one person, family, or couple, to reflect on and resolve a problem with the help of another person, and in this instance, the speech-language pathologist, to assist in resolving or progressing that problem. It may be helpful to think of all counseling interventions as methods of learning. All approaches used in counseling are intended to help people change. That is, to help them think differently, to help them feel differently, to help them act differently. In other words, in the case of post-stroke aphasia, counseling aims to help the client progress their goal within their rehabilitation journey.   Lyssa Rome Thank you. That's really helpful, I think, to think about it as ways to think differently, feel differently, act differently. And in service of those goals, and the goal of helping people change, I'm wondering what kinds of psychological interventions can speech-language pathologists be expected to provide?   Jasvinder Sekhon So at level one, emotional and psychological issues are mild and transient and don't impact discipline-specific therapy for example, aphasia therapy. At level one, emotional problems resolve quickly, and speech pathologists, as I mentioned before, definitely can support psychological well-being at this level.   Key interventions at level one, include counseling skills, such as active listening, normalizing the emotions and the experience, building effective relationships, providing psychological advice and information to family and peers to facilitate adjustment and build the skills for self-management and for autonomy with the communication issue. Goal-setting, problem-solving, peer support, motivational interviewing, managing stress, routine assessment and review of mood are also recommended at level one. Enabling peer support and positive relationships, including by providing communication partner training, aphasia choirs, and self-management workbooks are also identified at level one.   Lyssa Rome You've just described a bunch of different kinds of interventions that we as SLPs might be providing. But you also said before that many SLPs don't feel confident to assess and manage psychological well-being very effectively. So I'm wondering if you could say a little bit more about that.   Jasvinder Sekhon Yeah, we conducted a systematic review of SLP counseling education in post-stroke aphasia, and found that most universities reported to provide counseling education to SLP students. However, few actually provided counseling education specifically for supporting the psychological well-being in post-stroke aphasia. So it's possible that many speech pathologists may have very little preparation to address the significant emotional and mood issues in people with aphasia after stroke.   We found after speech pathology qualifications, speech pathologists reported a range of counseling education that they received. Some, again, with no training, up to PhD qualifications in counseling. But speech pathologists did report that they received counseling education from working in stroke care—so from their peers in stroke care—and also, many speech pathologists sought further education, professional development, in-services from external sources, counseling courses. So counseling, education and experience, we found, was positively correlated with feeling more knowledgeable, more skilled, and confident for supporting psychological well-being in post-stroke aphasia rehabilitation.   Lyssa Rome With that in mind, and in order to help prepare SLPs to fill that role as you just were describing, you created a counseling education program. Can you tell me a little bit more about that?   Jasvinder Sekhon We designed a counseling education program based on our systematic review of counseling education that speech pathologists currently receive and the stepped model for psychological care after stroke. Our program consisted of seven hours of self-paced learning and it was an online module and a workshop which was three hours, where clinicians practiced their counseling skills with peers. Topics included speech pathologists' role and responsibilities for supporting psychological well-being in post-stroke aphasia rehabilitation within that multidisciplinary team model and within the stepped model for psychological care. We included counseling theory and foundations of counseling skills, and how to apply these to speech pathology practice and specifically to the issues that we were describing common to post-stroke aphasia rehabilitation.   We trialed our counseling education program with 49 practicing speech pathologists in Australia. We measured these outcomes before and after the training program, and also after five weeks of completing the training to see if the effects were maintained. Thankfully, the results of the trial were positive and we did find significant and large effects of the program on speech pathologists' self-efficacy and self-rated competency for counseling in post-stroke aphasia. Also, these effects were maintained at five weeks follow-up for both of the outcomes.   Lyssa Rome That's so exciting. So for those of us who didn't get to participate in your research and who would like to get started now, or would like to brush up on our counseling skills, or deepen our counseling skills, what resources can I and other speech-language pathologists access to help them feel more confident in this area.   Jasvinder Sekhon If you have access to stroke mental health professionals, for example, psychologists or social workers, have a chat with them and organize some training in those level one interventions that were described. Maybe discuss sourcing counseling education from external providers, or your team. Interventions that you could look at sourcing for these inservices could include problem-solving and solution-focused approaches, motivational interviewing, counseling training, foundation counseling skills, for example, behavioral activation, and person-centered counseling. Family sensitive and family therapeutic approaches are also vital and support speech pathologists to provide that level one intervention.   There may be short courses for supporting mental health after stroke available via your National Stroke Association or via ASHA. The new special interest group that you mentioned would also be a fabulous resource for that peer support and professional development. For example, Speech Pathology Australia has teamed up with a local national mental health organization, called Lifeline Australia, to run counseling courses for speech pathologists.   As we have preliminary evidence that our online counseling education program was feasible and effective for improving speech pathologists' confidence for counseling to support psychological well-being in post-stroke aphasia, we are seeking further funding to make this program into a short professional development course for SLPs, and hopefully it will be widely available for anyone who would like to take on this further education.   Lyssa Rome I look forward to that. So when speech-language pathologists are better prepared to address the psychological well-being for our clients who have aphasia, how will our practice look different?   Jasvinder Sekhon It's a great question and a big question. I think ideally, speech pathologists will feel prepared and confident in their role and feel prepared and knowledgeable in their scope of practice in counseling. I think practice guidelines for counseling will be clearer, and clearer in defining scope and boundaries, skills required, and processes for that interdisciplinary practice when addressing the psychological wellbeing of people with aphasia and their families after stroke. Speech pathologists will be able to conduct appropriate screening for social and psychological issues and to know when and how and who to refer to as required.   I think speech pathologists who are appropriately trained will also be able to use a range of counseling skills to support the client to learn communication strategies for participating in conversations relating to all aspects of their lives, as well as strategies for supporting social and psychological well-being. These include strategies for maintaining social networks, building new networks with support from peers, and strategies for coping, adjusting, self-care strategies, and also living well with aphasia. Speech pathologists will also know how to support their own mental health and that of the stroke team members. We also will be able to measure competence for counseling in clinical training and professional practice. This is an area still in its infancy.   I think finally, most importantly, the psychological well-being of people with aphasia and their families will be effectively and efficiently supported from the start of their stroke rehabilitation journey. And risk for mood disorders will be minimized or prevented and positive outcomes enhanced for all domains of health and well-being.   Lyssa Rome I look forward to that day. Jas Sekhon, thank you so much for being our guest on this podcast.   Jasvinder Sekhon It has been my pleasure, Lyssa. Thank you again to Aphasia Access for this opportunity. If anyone has any further questions or comments or would like to find out where things are with our counseling education program, please don't hesitate to contact me via the email, which will be available with this podcast, or through La Trobe University. Thank you again.   Lyssa Rome Great. We'll have that information in the show notes for today's episode. For more information on Aphasia Access and to access our growing library of materials, go to www.aphasiaaccess.org. For a more user-friendly experience, members can sign up for the Aphasia Access Academy, which is free and provides resources searchable by topic or author. If you have an idea for a future podcast series topic, email us at info@ aphasiaaccess.org. Thanks again for your ongoing support of Aphasia Access.     References and Resources Jasvinder Sekhon on Twitter: @holistic_commn Email: J.Sekhon@latrobe.edu.au   Australian Aphasia Association https://aphasia.org.au/   Centre for Research Excellence in Aphasia Recovery and Rehabilitation, La Trobe University https://www.latrobe.edu.au/research/centres/health/aphasia   Lifeline (Australia) https://www.lifeline.org.au/   Psychological Care After Stroke (NHS) https://www.nice.org.uk/media/default/sharedlearning/531_strokepsychologicalsupportfinal.pdf   Speech Pathology Australia https://www.speechpathologyaustralia.org.au/     Baker, C., Worrall, L., Rose, M., Hudson, K., Ryan, B., & O'Byrne, L. (2018). A systematic review of rehabilitation interventions to prevent and treat depression in post-stroke aphasia. Disability and Rehabilitation, 40(16), 1870–1892. https://doi.org/10.1080/09638288.2017.1315181   Baker, C., Worrall, L., Rose, M., & Ryan, B. (2021). Stroke health professionals' management of depression after post-stroke aphasia: A qualitative study. Disability and Rehabilitation, 43(2), 217–228. https://doi.org/10.1080/09638288.2019.1621394   Doud, A. K., Hoepner, J. K., & Holland, A. L. (2020). A survey of counseling curricula among accredited communication sciences and disorders graduate student programs. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 29(2), 789–803. https://doi.org/10.1044/2020_AJSLP-19-00042   Kneebone, I. I. (2016). Stepped psychological care after stroke. Disability and Rehabilitation, 38(18), 1836–1843. https://doi.org/10.3109/09638288.2015.1107764   National Health Service (NHS), UK. (2011). Psychological care after stroke: improving stroke services for people with cognitive and mood disorders. https://www.nice.org.uk/media/default/sharedlearning/531_strokepsychologicalsupportfinal.pdf   Nash, J., Krüger, E., Vorster, C., Graham, M. A., & Pillay, B. S. (2021). Psychosocial care of people with aphasia: Practices of speech-language pathologists in South Africa. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, ahead-of-print, 1–11. https://doi.org/10.1080/17549507.2021.1987521   Northcott, S., Simpson, A., Moss, B., Ahmed, N., & Hilari, K. (2017). How do speech-and-language therapists address the psychosocial well-being of people with aphasia? Results of a UK online survey. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 52(3), 356–373. https://doi.org/10.1111/1460-6984.12278   Parkinson, K. & Rae, J., P. (1996). The Understanding and Use of Counselling by Speech and Language Therapists at Different Levels of Experience. European Journal of Disorders of Communication, 31(2), 140–52. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1460-6984.1995.tb01757.x   Sekhon, J., Douglas, J., & Rose, M. (2015). Current Australian speech-language pathology practice in addressing psychological well-being in people with aphasia after stroke. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 17(3), 252–262. https://doi.org/10.3109/17549507.2015.1024170   Sekhon, J. K., Oates, J., Kneebone, I., & Rose, M. (2019). Counselling training for speech–language therapists working with people affected by post‐stroke aphasia: A systematic review. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 54(3), 321-346. https://doi.org/10.1111/1460-6984.12455   Sekhon, J. K., Oates, J., Kneebone, I., & Rose, M. L. (2021). Counselling education for speech-language pathology students in Australia: A survey of education in post-stroke aphasia. Aphasiology, ahead-of-print, 1-30. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2021.1967280   Victorino, K. R., & Hinkle, M. S. (2019). The development of a self-efficacy measurement tool for counseling in speech-language pathology. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 28(1), 108–120. https://doi.org/10.1044/2018_AJSLP-18-0012

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse
Why Community Is The Secret to Web3 Success

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 19:12


Web3 community building is a topic we talk about a lot at Web3 Academy. In this Deep Dive we look at why community is needed, what is wrong with existing community dynamics and how community engagement can benefit a web3 business.

That's Cool News | A weekly breakdown of positive Science & Tech news.
132. Tinnitus Treatment on Your Phone, Nanoscale 3D Printing Sped Up, Lab-Grown Meat

That's Cool News | A weekly breakdown of positive Science & Tech news.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 31:24


"Polytherapeutic" tinnitus treatment app delivers impressive results | New Atlas (00:49) Tinnitus is when you experience ringing or other noises in one or both of your ears.  5% of people experience tinnitus at some point in their lives A team of researchers at the University of Auckland has found it's new smartphone app treatment is getting strong results This polytherapeutic “combines goal-based counseling with personalized passive and active game-based sound therapy."  It has tailored the digital tools in the app to the user's own experience of tinnitus. The primary measurement of effectiveness was the Tinnitus Functional Index, a standard scale used to quantify a person's experience of tinnitus A 13 point change is regarded as a clinically meaningful difference. It is a survey so take this with a grain of salt The group using the polytherapeutic reported an average improvement of 16.36 points after six weeks, and 17.83 points after 12 weeks 55% of participants experiencing a clinically meaningful improvement after six weeks 65% at 12 weeks. The Auckland team is working on obtaining regulatory approval for the polytherapeutic app, and hope to have it clinically available within six months or so. Rare Elephant Twins are Born in 'Historic Moment' at Syracuse Zoo | Today (05:54) Twin Asian elephant calves were born at the Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse, New York, in what the zoo is calling a “miracle.” Born on Oct. 24 Ten hours after Mali's (Mama Elephant obviously) first male calf was born, weighing in at 220 pounds, a second male calf arrived, weighing 237 pounds.  The zoo commented on this improbability and rarity: “To date, there has never been a recorded case of surviving elephant twins in the United States …  The few successful twin births have only taken place in their range countries in Asia and Africa and nowhere else in the world.” Additionally, less than 1% of elephant births worldwide are twins When twins do occur, the calves are often stillborn or do not survive long after birth. Engineers designed a new nanoscale 3D printing material that can be printed at a speed of 100 mm/s | Interesting Engineering (09:43) A new nanoscale 3D printing material developed by Stanford University engineers may provide superior structural protection for satellites, drones, and microelectronics An improved lightweight, a protective lattice that can absorb twice as much energy as previous materials of a similar density Nanoscale 3D printing material creates structures that are a fraction of the width of a human hair. Enabling the printing at very small scales. The engineers added metal nanoclusters (tiny groupings of atoms) to their printing medium to create a superior 3D printing material. Effective in kicking off the reaction to harden the material  Produced a substance that was a mixture of the metal and the polymer printing medium. The printing process was accelerated by the nanoclusters. They were able to print at a speed of 100 millimeters per second using the nanoclusters and proteins. Roughly 100 times faster than what had previously been possible with nanoscale protein printing. The engineers are in some ways imitating what nature has already mastered. For instance, the mix of a hard exterior, nanoscale porosity, and trace amounts of soft substance gives bone its durability. Where to go from here? Wendy Gu, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering and a corresponding author on the paper stated: “Since the nanoclusters are able to polymerize these different classes of chemicals, we may be able to use them to print multiple materials in one structure … That's one thing we'd like to aim for.” Researchers develop a new method for analyzing rock glaciers | Phys.org (15:20) Scientists at the University of Arizona developed a new method to determine rock glaciers' ice thickness and the ratio of ice to debris, allowing for more precise measurements of these glaciers than previously possible.  Lead by Tyler Meng who is pursuing a doctoral degree in planetary science This new method will allow scientists to better understand water resources on both Earth and Mars, as well as how resilient this type of buried ice will be to the changing climate on both planets. Both pure ice glaciers and rock glaciers can move across landscapes—very slowly.  The debris in rock glaciers causes them to flow even more slowly than ice glaciers, as the inclusion of rocks makes them much stiffer. Using two different antenna configurations, the researchers used ground-penetrating radar to measure both the radar wave speed and the angle at which the wave was reflected from the subsurface.  The two antenna configurations allowed the researchers to better calculate the dimensions of the rock glacier. According to Meng, understanding rock glaciers on Earth is important because they are essentially water reservoirs. To continue: “Our research gives us a better idea of the total water budget in mountainous regions, where major rivers have headwaters … By having a map of the debris thickness and ice concentration, we can essentially characterize the ability of rock glaciers to withstand effects of a warming climate compared to clean ice glaciers" The whole goal of the research is to use Earth rock glaciers as an analog to processing them on Mars. Meng stated: "By mapping the patterns of debris thickness on Earth, we're trying to understand how that debris thickness may also vary on Mars. Also, by learning about the differences in flow parameters between clean ice and debris-rich ice, that will help simulations for the Martian case as well." Moving forward, the research group will continue to make similar measurements using surface-based radar while also collecting new data using drones.  Drone-based data collection will help the group to gain a more complete understanding of rock glacier flow and subsurface characteristics A Lab-Grown Meat Startup Gets the FDA's Stamp of Approval | MIT Tech Review (20:00) A company called Upside Foods will soon be able to sell chicken made from real animal cells grown in bioreactors instead of requiring the slaughter of live animals.   Cultivated meat has been greenlit in the United States for the first time. There are just two smaller regulatory steps remaining until cultivated meat can be made available to the public.  Require a grant of inspection from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)  The food itself will need a mark of inspection before it can enter the US market Different startups are focusing on a range of cultivated meats, including: beef, chicken, salmon, and tuna It's likely that tasting these meats will be limited to a very small number of exclusive restaurants. With the CEO Uma Valeti wanting chefs to initially bring this to people's attention with well made meals. In December 2020, Singaporean regulators gave the green light to cultivated chicken from the San Francisco–based startup Eat Just.  The chicken nuggets were sold at a members-only restaurant called 1880 and later made available for delivery. Cultivated meat is different from plant-based meats because it contains real animal cells and is—theoretically—indistinguishable from real meat itself. The process: Cell line: a single cell is stimulated to allow it to expand into multiple cells Cells are initially isolated from an animal and developed into cell lines that are then frozen.  Small samples from these cell lines can then be transferred to bioreactors Bioreactors are where cells are fed growth media containing the nutrients that cells need to divide. Once grown, the cells are differentiated into the correct kind of tissue where they can be harvested and used in cultivated meat products. Startups keep the exact cost of growing their cells tightly under wraps, but it's likely that pure cultivated meat will still be several times the cost of conventional meat. But this has dropped considerably from when this method was first used. In August 2013, Dr Mark Post from the Netherlands created the world's first hamburger made from the stem cells of a cow for $325,000 USD at a taste testing and cooking demonstration in London, United Kingdom. Some projections for future facilities suggest that even large facilities will produce meat at a cost of $17 per pound. Translation: higher prices in restaurants and grocery stores. Current production facilities are very small, and many in the industry have serious reservations about lab-grown meat's ability to eventually put a dent in global meat consumption.   

Wellspring Church Sermons
The Spirit's Enabling Confidence & Power

Wellspring Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 46:56


In an ever-darkening world, the light of Christ shines more brilliantly. While the darkness may be intimidating, God faithfully provides His people with power and confidence to not simply endure, but to overcome. But we need to know Jesus. We'll examine the power available to believers this Sunday and see how we can apply it in our lives.

TAG Data Talk
Enabling an Analytics Culture through Transformative Processes

TAG Data Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 21:47


In this episode of TAG Data Talk, we talk with Stephanie Dean about Enabling an Analytics Culture through Transformative Processes

Highway Diary with Eric Hollerbach
Highway Diary w/ Eric Hollerbach Ep 365 - Coldtowne Theater Jabs Students

Highway Diary with Eric Hollerbach

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 20:32


VIDEO VERSION   The Coldtowne Theater has just reopened in Austin Texas, and my joy quickly turned to horror as their COVID-19 policy required all students (and teachers) to be vaccinated to attend class.   Obviously, whatever money came in to save the two-year-bankrupt-from pandemic required vaccinations to "avoid" another closure without understanding the trap of mediocrity and compliance they fell into. https://coldtownetheater.com/   The same thing just happened to the UCB theater. https://ucbcomedy.com/trainingcenter/covid-19/ America relies on subversive performers to keep the ruling class afraid of open corruption. These moves by paranoid oligarchs mandate MRNA altering jabs to performers could result in a generation of obedient, toothless, performers. Enabling a generation of beta-male technocrats to run over America's last remaining freedoms. www.EricHollerbach.com @KlausSchwabJr   Sponsor: www.ACBDRemedy.com - Promo Code "Eric" for 20% off your order      

ENABLING VS EMPOWERING

"He Said What?! "Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 75:45


So, if you're looking to empower others or help them reach their goals, then this episodeis for you! How do you know when you're being that supportive partner, versus you're enabling them and eventually creating a codependent partner? Is it okay for your partner to bump their head and learn the hard way or is your role as their significant other, for them to never have to struggle another day in their lives? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hesaidwhatnetwork/message

Unleash Your Inner Creative with Lauren LoGrasso
Astrology for Creativity & Self-Development + What's Self-Acceptance vs. Enabling? w/ Queer Cosmos' Colin Bedell

Unleash Your Inner Creative with Lauren LoGrasso

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 58:19


On The Guest: Today's guest is Colin Bedell. He's a nondenominational, strengths-based Astrologer looking to queer the cosmos and provide secular approaches to personal, relational, and professional development. His work has been seen in Cosmo Magazine, discovery plus, his amazing Instagram, @QueerCosmos and countless podcasts, including his own, Good Risings! NOTE: We have an amazing discussion at the top about life, self-development, Colin's career journey and the difference between self-acceptance and self-enabling, but if you just want the astrology deep dive, skip to minute 28! From this conversation you'll learn: Why Everything is the same everywhere The Difference between self-acceptance and enabling What the Big Three (Sun, Moon & Rising Sign) REALLY are and what they mean about you/your journey The best place in the chart to look for career development Where in your chart to look to find information about your creativity and career How to develop self-trust How to not run away from fear but the face it and embrace it The importance of meditation to seal off your day Why Catholic and Italian Culture actually pairs beautifully with astrology -Remember to subscribe/follow the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your pods. Please leave us a rating and review- it helps SO much in getting the show out there. And tell a friend about the show- podcasts are very personal and tend to be spread person to person. If this show helped you or made you smile, share the love :) Follow Colin: @queercosmos Follow the show @unleashyourinnercreative Follow me @LaurenLoGrasso --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/unleashyourinnercreative/message

FreightCasts
Fireside Chat: Enabling Supply Chain Visibility Through Unique Data Insights - F3 2022

FreightCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 14:28


This fireside chat will focus on what more visibility means for us as consumers and how providing this through more interconnected supply chains will restore trust between consumers and their brands and carriers. The conversation will touch on what FedEx Dataworks is doing with data to create more synergies with freight all the way through last mile delivery, including how it is leveraging data to help brands and customers manage consumer experience, in addition to using that same data to optimize the immense FedEx network in service of digitizing supply chains, logistics and the future as we see it. With more visibility into all modals of the supply chain, we can build synergies, streamline operations, and deliver for our customers and their customers. Tony Kreager, Senior Vice President of Data and Science at FedEx Dataworks, is joined by FreightWaves Chief Technology Officer, Daniel Pickett, in this fireside chat on day 3 of F3. Discover an easier way of doing business with the J.B. Hunt 360°® platform. Manage the entire shipping process from start to finish, all in one place. See what the power of the J.B. Hunt 360 platform can do for you at jbhunt.com/power.Follow FreightWaves on Apple PodcastsFollow FreightWaves on SpotifyMore FreightWaves Podcasts

The Race to Value Podcast
Transforming Healthcare Through Physician Enablement, with Shawn Morris

The Race to Value Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 68:24


How can primary care physicians retain their independence in planning for future success in value-based care?  A medical practice must have access to capital to optimize physician workflow and improve patient experience; however, if it chooses the wrong partner, physicians will lose autonomy and compromise their own personal wellbeing.  Privia Health is a technology-driven, national physician enablement company that is on a mission to enable doctors and their teams to focus on keeping people healthy. Their goal is to transform healthcare by enabling physicians, and they want to build the largest primary care-centric ambulatory delivery system in the country. With a healthcare provider partner base of over 3,500 providers managing 3.9 million patients across eight states and the District of Columbia, they are well on their way. And their results in value-based care are superlative, as recently demonstrated by their most recent 2021 Performance Year in the Medicare Shared Savings Program yielding $99.9 million in savings. Joining us in the Race to Value this week is Shawn Morris, the Chief Executive Officer of Privia Health. Shawn is a seasoned industry leader focused on building a platform that can transform the healthcare delivery experience for physicians and patients. He is driving initiatives to meet providers where they are on the transition to value, by building strategic partnerships with physicians, health plans, health systems, and employers to better align reimbursements to quality, affordability, patient satisfaction and provider wellbeing. In this podcast interview, you will hear from one of the leading voices in value transformation discussing such topics as risk-based contract progression, the importance of workflow optimization in supporting provider wellbeing, technology enablement based on the tenets of automation and consumer-centric innovation, effective governance and management of physician-led risk-bearing entities, bridging FFS to value through a multipayer contract portfolio, and the national movement to value-based care transformation. Episode Bookmarks: 01:30 Register today for the “Population Health Equity: The North Star for Value” Virtual Event (December 1, 2022) 03:00 Privia Health -- a technology-driven, national physician enablement company leading in value-based care transformation. 04:00 Introduction to Shawn Morris, Chief Executive Officer – Privia Health 06:30 Privia Health has expanded its healthcare provider partner base to over 3,500 providers managing 3.9 million patients across eight states and the District of Columbia. 08:30 “Our goal is to transform healthcare by enabling physicians. We want to build the largest primary care-centric ambulatory delivery system in the country.” 09:00 Shawn describes the value-based care contract portfolio held by Privia's physician partners. 10:00 Average practice size of a Privia Health practice is 5 clinicians. 11:00 “If you are not focused on both patient experience and provider wellbeing, you cannot achieve success in value-based care.” 11:30 The importance of understanding medical risk to run a success physician practice. 13:00 The five key elements of the Privia Platform to optimize value-based care performance. 15:00 Shawn describes the opportunity for value transformation in a physician practice landscape that is unsophisticated in managing risk. 17:00 Building hubs of transformation within states, starting with Single TIN anchor groups that are enabled by a technology and MSO wraparound capabilities. 18:00 Creating enablement for physicians by embedding insights directly into a unified EMR workflow. 19:00 The challenges of an un-optimized EMR workflow when physicians are forced to click in and out of disparate information systems. 20:00 Enabling provider access through relationship-based care and a purpose-built platform (“digital front door”) built around the tenets of consumerism.

AWC Podcast - Catoosa OK
Accessing Enabling Grace

AWC Podcast - Catoosa OK

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 32:19


Southeast Baptist Tabernacle
Thanks Be To Christ - Sun. AM - Audio

Southeast Baptist Tabernacle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 64:47


Thanks be to Christ for: 1. Enabling me 2. Counting me worthy/faithful 3. Using me 4. Loving me 5. Dying for me 6. Saving me 7. Keeping me 8. Making me His friend

Southeast Baptist Tabernacle
Thanks Be To Christ - Sun. AM - Video

Southeast Baptist Tabernacle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 64:47


Thanks be to Christ for: 1. Enabling me 2. Counting me worthy/faithful 3. Using me 4. Loving me 5. Dying for me 6. Saving me 7. Keeping me 8. Making me His friend

The Competitive Enablement Show
#55 - Enabling Veteran Sellers with Competitive Intel | Andy McCotter-Bicknell, Qayam Noorani

The Competitive Enablement Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 43:30


Adam is joined by two compete pros at the top of their game — at opposite ends of the competitive enablement partnership. ClickUp's Head of Competitive Intelligence Andy McCotter-Bicknell and Klue Strategic Account Executive Qayam "Q" Noorani talk to Adam about what it takes to enable veteran sellers with competitive intel. A lot of compete pros spend their time onboarding and ramping new reps. But amid economic uncertainty, your company is likely not hiring as many reps. Most importantly, those bigger, more competitive deals are more important than ever to close.  Listen to Andy and Q break it all down in this episode. Watch the video version of this and past episodes on Klue's Youtube ChannelCheck out more great compete content like this on the Compete Network.And don't forget to sign up for our weekly Coffee & Compete Newsletter for your weekly dose of the best competitive content in the business.To subscribe, visit https://klue.com/newsletterKey Moments:(04:39) - Splitting time between enabling new and veteran reps(08:00) - How the needs of veteran sellers change over time(09:11) - Moving from high-level collateral to granular collateral(15:47) - Collateral Andy uses to enable veteran sellers at the BoFu(20:57) - Using your competitive intelligence newsletter to enable veteran sellers(25:30) - Building a partnership with sales through 1:1 support(30:45) - Getting involved in individualized deal support(38:47) - What Andy would do with 10x the budget(39:55) - Collateral without contextHost: Adam McQueenProducer/Audio Editing: Ben RonaldAbout Klue:Klue provides a lens into your competitor's world, continuously updating and connecting dots to help you win more business. It's a new way to capture, manage, and communicate market insights from the web and across the company, in platforms you already use. 

Unsportsmanlike Conduct
Nov 9 - 9 - Enabling

Unsportsmanlike Conduct

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 11:58


John & Josh talk about the frustrations within the program.

Yeukai Business Show
Episode 471: Julie Wilkinson | Financial Keys Enabling Credible Business Growth with Calculated Risk

Yeukai Business Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 28:20


Welcome to Episode 471 of the Yeukai Business Show. In this episode, Julie Wilkinson helps us grow with confidence, credibility, and calculated risk backed by clear strategies. So, if you want to know more about How to Take Calculated Risks in Business, tune in now! In this episode, you'll discover: Strategic elements for Credible GrowthImportant aspects in Calculating RiskFinancial mistakes to avoid About Julie Wilkinson Julie is the founder of Wilkinson Accounting Solutions, an accountancy and consultancy firm, offering virtual finance and CFO services. Julie specialises in working with business acquisitions, or growing firms who are looking to build their exit plans. Her mission is to help ambitious owners worldwide grow with confidence, credibility, and calculated risk backed by clear strategies. More Information Learn more about Calculated Risks in Business at https://wilkinsonaccountingsolutions.co.uk/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wilkinsonaccountingsolutions LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/juliewilkinson-accounting/  Thanks for Tuning In! Thanks so much for being with us this week. Have some feedback you'd like to share? Please leave a note in the comments section below! If you enjoyed this episode on How to Expand your Business, please share it with your friends by using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post. Don't forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes to get automatic episode updates for our "Yeukai Business Show !" And, finally, please take a minute to leave us an honest review and rating on iTunes. They really help us out when it comes to the ranking of the show and I make it a point to read every single one of the reviews we get. Please leave a review right now Thanks for listening!

DGTL Voices with Ed Marx
Enabling Change: People, Processes & Tech (ft. Roxane Heaton)

DGTL Voices with Ed Marx

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 27:45


On this episode of DGTL Voices, Ed is joined by Roxane Heaton, British Empire Medal recipient and CIO at Macmillan Cancer Support. 

Control Amplified
Analytics enabling next-generation OEE

Control Amplified

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 16:53


As the digital transformation of the process industries advances, innovative solutions are easing OEE pain points and making way for more flexible methods of applying OEE on an enterprise level. To learn more about how digital transformation is allowing manufacturers to extract new value from this tried and true metric, Keith Larson is joined by Joe Reckamp, principal analytics engineer for Seeq.  Read the transcript: https://controlglobal.com/21437418 

Changing Channels with Larry Walsh
Kaseya's Dan Tomaszewski on Enabling MSPs for Success

Changing Channels with Larry Walsh

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 30:45


Dan Tomaszewski, executive vice president of channels at Kaseya, joins Larry Walsh to talk about what it takes to enable managed service providers for success and how to get partners to put skin in the game on joint efforts that result in growth.   Managed services providers (MSPs) are the most sought-after partners in the channel. Built on recurring revenue models and service delivery, MSPs have the attributes that vendors adopting and developing subscription-based sales models seek in their go-to-market channels. The conventional wisdom: MSPs get what vendors want and need, so partnerships should be simple, fast, and productive.    MSPs know the service and recurring revenue model, but generating a return on investment for vendors isn't automatic. MSPs vary in their capabilities, capacities, and productivity. They require support in training, business development, technology adoption, and sales.     Many vendors that support or sell through MSPs offer training and other development resources. Most MSP partner programs follow traditional approaches in this regard, offering these enablement resources for free or having partners earn them based on performance. The result is a mixed bag.    Kaseya approaches MSP development differently in that it offers paid engagement. MSPs buy into a program that gets them access to resources and support — often through veteran MSP practitioners — to aid technology adoption, service development, marketing activities, and sales. The result is telling; MSPs that participate typically show better and more consistent growth.   Dan Tomaszewski, executive vice president of channels at Kaseya, joins Changning Channels to discuss Kaseya's MSP enablement approach and why getting partners to put skin in the game is a good way to drive better results in managed services.  

The Party Wreckers
Interview with Tom Walker

The Party Wreckers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 73:23


Matt and Sam sit down with the COO of the Foundry in Steamboat Springs, CO.  We talk about the origins of addiction, the current crisis with marijuana in our country and much more. To learn more about the Foundry go to: https://www.forgingnewlives.com/Please support the show by supporting our sponsors:betterhelp.com,/partywreckersinterventiononcall.comIf you want to learn more about the private intervention practices for the hosts please go to:Matt Brown: FreedomInterventions.comSam Davis: BroadHighwayRecovery.comBetterHelp Get the help that allows you to take charge of your mental health. Support the show

Wharton FinTech Podcast
Danielle Cohen-Shohet, CEO & Founder at GlossGenius - Enabling salons & spas to grow revenue

Wharton FinTech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 18:08


Tarang Gupta has a conversation with Danielle Cohen-Shohet, CEO and Founder at GlossGenius, one of the quickest growing solutions powering small business owners across the US in the beauty & wellness space with powerful SaaS and fintech functionalities. In this episode you will hear about - How GlossGenius is building fintech solutions for the beauty industry - Why optimizing ease of use for consumers is paramount - Danielle's experience as a female entrepreneur - Why she recommends people to take more interest in history And much more! About Danielle Cohen-Shohet Danielle Cohen-Shohet is the CEO and Founder of GlossGenius. Prior to starting GlossGenius, Danielle was an analyst at Goldman Sachs and graduated summa cum laude from Princeton University. Danielle was selected as a member of the Fast Company Impact Council, the Inaugural Sephora Accelerate Program, and a member of Techstars NYC. About GlossGenius GlossGenius is one of the quickest growing solutions powering small business owners across the US in the beauty & wellness space. GlossGenius's complete “business-in-a-box” platform spans powerful SaaS and fintech solutions, enabling business owners to run their business operations every day. GlossGenius is backed by a number of high-profile investors and has raised more than $40M. For more FinTech insights, follow us on WFT Medium: medium.com/wharton-fintech WFT Twitter: twitter.com/whartonfintech WFT Instagram: instagram.com/whartonfintech Tarang's Twitter: twitter.com/tg_tarang Tarang's LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/taranggupta100

Unfiltered Healing
The Power of Metacognition with Tracey Armstrong

Unfiltered Healing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 51:58


How will you be successful if you do not have success thinking? How will you overcome challenges if you do not believe in yourself? Enabling your quality-control thinking redirects your perspective and attitude to improve your chances of successfully achieving your goals.Going deeper in the realm of thinking is where Tracey Armstrong is an expert on. Today we will talk about how powerful our metacognitive mind is. Once we master our metacognitive ability, we can achieve our goals and waste no time in our journey of success. Tracey also adds the importance of believing in yourself and taking actions, because action is the only way we get the results we want.Feed your mind with encouragement and the right information with Tracey Armstrong!Highlights:What is metacognition and how does it workAuto-suggestion principleHow Tracey started his coaching businessHow Tracey get people think at a million dollar levelExperiments done on how auto-suggestions workHow to get stuck in a pattern of successSuccessful stories of how Tracey help his clients and his mother The way to success is manifesting your destinationImpostor syndromeThe biology of the body works with metacognitionInterrupt the “ I can't” pattern in your mindThe importance of taking actions to change your lifeDaily actions to be consistently motivatedConnect with Tracey:Website | traceyarmstrong.comLinkedIn |  Tracey Armstrong Facebook | Tracey ArmstrongYouTube | Tracey ArmstrongInstagram | @traceyarmstrong

ISACA Podcast
Enabling Digital Trust through Canada's Digital Charter

ISACA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 25:05


Data are the lifelines of a digital economy. They drive innovation, enabling cutting-edge research and next-generation technologies, including artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, and the Internet of things (IoT). But these opportunities introduce new sources of risk that must be managed appropriately. Canadians are raising important questions such as, “How will personal data be used?” and “What controls are in place to safeguard privacy and security?”  To encourage innovation within the digital economy while managing this risk, the Government of Canada has established the need for digital trust between citizens and organizations as an enabler by implementing a Digital Charter. As the Canadian government cites, “Trust is the foundation on which our digital and data-driven Canadian economy will be built.” This digital trust is defined by the “confidence that users have in the ability of people, technology, and processes to create a secure digital world. Tune into this ISACA Podcast as the Acting Director of Internal Assurance at the Office of Enterprise Risk & Assurance of the University of British Columbia (UBC), Mary Carmichael, join's ISACA's Safia Kazi to explore topics including what is the Digital Charter and how it supports digital trust; what are critical elements of the Digital Charter (e.g., AI Ethics, Privacy, Principles for the Digital Economy); what are the implications for organizations and the public.   To read Mary's full-length article, visit https://www.isaca.org/enabling-digital-trust-with-canadas-digital-charter.

CiscoChat Podcast
Episode 7: Enabling hybrid legislative & remote work with Davra

CiscoChat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 20:43


In this month's episode, join Alfeo and Kevin for an insightful conversation and dive into the world of Legislate for Webex and redefining the future of public sector remote work for connected justice and hybrid voting assemblies…

Parenting ADHD Podcast, with the ADHD Momma | Positive Parenting | ADHD Tools | Homework Strategies | ADHD at School | Learni

The difference between supporting a child and enabling a child is often a very fine line when you're talking about neurodivergent kids, who need extra support. Plus, busy, overwhelmed parents often default to enabling because it's just easier to do it yourself a lot of the time and you're on auto-pilot in survival mode yourself. So how do you parent more intentionally and as a supporter?   In this episode of the Beautifully Complex Podcast, Sarah Wayland, Ph.D. and I discuss the difference between supporting and enabling, when enabling is ok, how to be intentional about defaulting to supporting, and the consequences of enabling too much.

Cross-Chain Examination
Enabling Autopay in Web3 with Eleni Steinman from Loop

Cross-Chain Examination

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 25:42


Eleni Steinman is the Co-Founder of Loop, a tool enabling autopay in crypto. In this episode we dive into how Loop came to be, how Loop works, and what to expect from Loop in the future. Loop was designed with all users in mind - not only does it have the ability to integrate with complex crypto protocols but it's also simple and easy enough for crypto novices to understand. With its B2B2C business model, Loop is a flexible tool that allows for not only crypto subscriptions but fiat subscriptions as well, and even integrates seamlessly with Stripe. We discuss how Loop works on the backend, giving listeners some insight into the mechanics of how it uses smart contracts to allow recurring payments while still giving the user full control and ownership over their assets. Users are provided with a convenient dashboard-like interface to clearly see what they are subscribing to and make changes to those subscriptions with just a few clicks. They even have the ability to cut off recurring payments and revoke companies' access to their funds.Eleni shares some of the possibilities being explored in the crypto payment arenas and she shouts out some cool projects working on a “buy now pay later” function. We also discuss crypto donations and how a recurring payment option for donations would enhance contributions to charity. We close out our conversation touching on the issue of privacy for on-chain transactions and Eleni shares what she's most excited about at Loop in the coming months.  

Magnificent Midlife
126 Midlife musing solo with Rachel

Magnificent Midlife

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 21:00


A solo episode with Rachel, musing about midlife and what's been happening in her world. She talks about: - How difficult it can be when we have to pivot in how we interact with our older loved ones - The beginning of her journey into studying Gerontology - What successful aging really means/ looks like - Finding strategies to cope with loss as we age - The importance of thinking creatively about how people age - Enabling people to age as they want to age - Dodgy menopause data - Challenging narratives - Recent podcasts - Learning from adversity - How to create magnificence in midlife and beyond - What you can access at magnificentmidlife.com And more! If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe, share it and leave us a 5* review on iTunes or wherever you're listening. Order the ebook or audiobook (narrated by Rachel) versions of Rachel's book, Magnificent Midlife: Transform Your Middle Years, Menopause And Beyond at magnificentmidlife.com/book   The paperback can be purchased on Amazon or other online retailers: UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Magnificent-Midlife-Transform-Middle-Menopause/dp/173981150X/ US & Canada: https://www.amazon.com/Magnificent-Midlife-Transform-Middle-Menopause/dp/173981150X/ Australia: https://www.amazon.com.au/Magnificent-Midlife-Transform-Middle-Menopause/dp/173981150X/ You can listen to all the other episodes and get the show notes at magnificentmidlife.com/podcast. Recommended by the Sunday Times. Feedspot #3 in best midlife podcasts and #12 in best women over 50 podcasts worldwide. You'll find lots of strategies, support, and resources to help make your midlife magnificent at magnificentmidlife.com. Check out Rachel's online Revitalize Experience, a 6-week intensive small group mentoring experience or 1-1 Midlife Mentoring.   Follow Rachel on: Facebook: facebook.com/magnificentmidlife Instagram: instagram.com/magnificentmidlife Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/rachellankester Twitter: twitter.com/MagnifMidlife Pinterest: pinterest.co.uk/MagnificentMidlife1 Youtube: youtube.com/channel/UCEteu6Z2mW1z1wnHiVB08uw Tiktok: tiktok.com/@magnificent_midlife

The Manufacturing Executive
The Augmented Workforce: Enabling Humans with Technology

The Manufacturing Executive

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 29:49 Transcription Available


Sometimes it feels like technology and humans are at odds with each other, but our guest today will tell you that the future of manufacturing will involve technology that supports human beings.   Trond Undheim is a futurist, scholar, venture partner, nonresident Fellow at the Atlantic Council, co-founder of Yegii, and lead ecosystem evangelist at Tulip. Trond hosts the Augmented Podcast and is the author of Augmented Lean. In this episode, Trond talks about how the best leaders in manufacturing implement industrial technology to empower their workers and achieve efficiencies.   Join us as we discuss: Why do the topics of automation, innovation, and technology mean so much in the manufacturing sector  A synopsis of Trond's new book Augmented Lean What is an augmented workforce, and how does it change the way people work Trond's futuristic approach to manufacturing and the augmented workforce  Why manufacturers don't need to put a spin on the industry to make it exciting   More information on Trond's new book Augmented Lean: https://www.augmentedlean.com/. 

The Mayn Idea Podcast
Episode 58: Rob McDojoLife - Exposing Pedophiles, Frauds, Fakes, and Cons in the Martial Arts Community, How to Keep Martial Arts Legitimate, and the Danger of Cult-Like Behavior.

The Mayn Idea Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 124:33


Rob is the creator of McDojoLife, one of the most viral social media accounts covering martial arts. The main focus of McDojoLife is to keep martial arts legitimate by exposing the fakes, frauds and phonies in the martial arts community while promoting the martial artists who are making a positive impact. SHOW SPONSORS: Athletic Greens: https://athleticgreens.com/abe - year supply Vitamin D + 5 free travel packs. EPISODE LINKS: McDojoLife Instagram: https://Instagram.com/mcdojolife McDojoLife on Twitter: https://twitter.com/mcdojolife McDojoLife on YouTube: https://youtube.com/mcdojolife McDojoLife Sponsor: https://epicrollbjj.com PODCAST INFO: Podcast website: https://mailchi.mp/abemaynard.com/the-mayn-idea-podcast Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-mayn-idea-podcast/id1587799395 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1v6OzDxxMUYlNUXN1AAPw3?si=eda5aae609874c69 RSS: https://anchor.fm/s/6b4fbe04/podcast/rss YouTube Full episode playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMGFodxtKEioDkOtd65xyuXs5p1qNjQpC YouTube Clips Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYA_B1bx0rWVs-mNWc2QidA OUTLINE: Here's the timestamps for the episode. You should be able to click through then timestamp on most players: (0:00) - Intro (2:00) - Cleft lip and bullying (4:21) - First martial arts class and karate (8:00) - Isolation and acceptance (13:02) - "Bullshido" Forums (17:01 - Enabling fraud (19:01) - Finding frauds, fakes, pedophiles, and scammers (27:01) - The "care" problem (28:01) - Robs 5 Rules (28:12) - #1 No pedophiles (28:37) - #2 Don't lie about belt rank and fight record (30:01) - #3 No shady business practices (35:46) - #4 No cult-like behavior (44:41) - Is Jiu Jitsu religion? (49:00) - Do belt rankings matter? (53:01) - #5 No-touch-knockouts and misleading techniques (1:07:01) - "Tenaga Dalam" and real deaths (1:28:01) - Mike Beltran (1:30:01) - Rob's head scars (1:35:01) - Future of McDojoLife (1:40:01) - The documentary project and production cost (1:56:01) - Will the documentary be good? SUPPORT AND CONNECT: Instagram: https://instagram.com/abemaynard LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/public-profile/settings?trk=d_flagship3_profile_self_view_public_profile --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/abraham484/support

A Way Through
028 - Helping Families Thrive with Elizabeth Westbrook, LBSW & Mary Beth Cameron, Attorney at Law

A Way Through

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 47:27


Welcome to A Way Through, a podcast brought to you by Archway Academy! A Way Through invites you to join in on the conversation and hear stories of triumph, self-discovery, and healing. The purpose of this podcast is to remind you that though you may not see it now, something different is possible; Recovery is possible! **The views and opinions expressed by our guests are those of the individual and do not necessarily reflect those of Archway Academy. Any content provided by our student co-host(s) or guests are of their opinion and are not intended to reflect the philosophy and policies of Archway Academy itself. Nor is it intended to malign any recovery method, religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything. In this episode of A Way Through, Jamie Edwards, Director of Community Relations at Archway Academy, is joined by Elizabeth Westbrook, LBSW, and Mary Beth Cameron, Attorney at Law. Mrs. Westbrook is a Licensed Social Worker and Familly Facilitator at Goodnight Law Firm in Katy, Texas with extensive training in alternative dispute resolution techniques, family law, and family violence, with a specific clinical emphasis on shame-free recovery. Mrs. Westbrook has worked in various capacities, including destigmatizing mental health imbalances, the nonprofit sector, and conflict resolution through effective communication tools. Elizabeth is passionate about serving blended families because of her own journey with peaceful co-parenting. She is also currently finishing her Master's in Social Work at The University of Houston. Mrs. Cameron is a Family Law Attorney and Founder of Goodnight Law Firm, and as extensive training in alternative dispute resolution techniques, family law, and family violence. Mrs. Cameron has served and done work in various legal capacities, including numerous mediations with mutually agreed upon MSAs, domestic violence survivor advocacy, and adoption processes. She is passionate about advocating for children by equipping parents with effective communication strategies and healthy boundaries. Be sure to subscribe to A Way Through to stay updated on each new episode and leave a review of the show! Topics Discussed: Removing shame and stigma behind mental health and addiction Familial cohesion and effective communication practices Enabling families to Thrive & recognizing that family isn't a “one-size fits all” Why due diligence is KEY when finding an attorney Learning to love ourselves - future, past, and present The powerful mindset shift in reminding parents they're not to blame for their children's actions Resources: Call: 713-929-6218 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GoodnightLawFirmInKatyTexas Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/goodnightlawfirm/ Contact Archway Academy: If you or a student you know needs help, visit the website, or call the number below to schedule a tour. We are here to help. Address: 6221 Main Street Houston, TX 77030 Call: 713.328.0780 Email: sasha.coles@archwayacademy.org Website: https://www.archwayacademy.org About Archway Academy: "Where Education Meets Recovery." Archway is the largest recovery high school in the nation, located in the sunny heart of Houston, Texas. We meet the individual educational needs of teens recovering from Substance Use Disorder with care, compassion, respect, and rigor. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/archway-academy/message

Empowered Patient Podcast
Applying AI to Radiology Enabling Holistic Approach for Radiologists with Dr. Ryan Lee Einstein Healthcare Network and Dr. Peter Seidensticker Bayer Radiology

Empowered Patient Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 18:19


Dr. Ryan Lee, Chairman of the Department of Radiology at the Einstein Healthcare Network, now part of Jefferson health, and Dr. Peter Seidensticker, the VP of Medical Affairs and Clinical Development at Bayer Radiology join me to talk about how Bayer's Calantic Digital Solutions is empowering radiologists. Applying AI to the workflow allows the radiologist to improve efficiency, reduce fatigue, and focus on the most important suspicious markers. Ryan explains, "You specifically asked about the role of the radiologist. I think traditionally, people think of a radiologist as somebody who looks at images and then generates a report. But these days, the American College of Radiology – ACR-- has something called imaging 3.0. What that really means is that we, as radiologists are much more than just a report. We're involved from the beginning of ordering of the study, all the way to the communication of the results. Not just the actual interpretation of the image themselves. So I think there is a much more holistic role for radiologists than maybe the general public really knows." Peter elaborates, "The Bayer angle is more to extract the important findings out of an image and make sure that the radiologist sees those in a pronounced way or in a marked way, making it easier for him to find them in an image. So it goes in a similar direction, but I think the key focus here is to mark findings that are tough to find in this jungle of workload and images that radiologists see every day." #Radiology #Radiologist #AI #BayerRadiology #BayerCalantic #MedicalImaging #MedTech #WorkflowPrioritization calantic.com Download the transcript here

Empowered Patient Podcast
Applying AI to Radiology Enabling Holistic Approach for Radiologists with Dr. Ryan Lee Einstein Healthcare Network and Dr. Peter Seidensticker Bayer Radiology TRANSCRIPT

Empowered Patient Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022


Dr. Ryan Lee, Chairman of the Department of Radiology at the Einstein Healthcare Network, now part of Jefferson health, and Dr. Peter Seidensticker, the VP of Medical Affairs and Clinical Development at Bayer Radiology join me to talk about how Bayer's Calantic Digital Solutions is empowering radiologists. Applying AI to the workflow allows the radiologist to improve efficiency, reduce fatigue, and focus on the most important suspicious markers. Ryan explains, "You specifically asked about the role of the radiologist. I think traditionally, people think of a radiologist as somebody who looks at images and then generates a report. But these days, the American College of Radiology – ACR-- has something called imaging 3.0. What that really means is that we, as radiologists are much more than just a report. We're involved from the beginning of ordering of the study, all the way to the communication of the results. Not just the actual interpretation of the image themselves. So I think there is a much more holistic role for radiologists than maybe the general public really knows." Peter elaborates, "The Bayer angle is more to extract the important findings out of an image and make sure that the radiologist sees those in a pronounced way or in a marked way, making it easier for him to find them in an image. So it goes in a similar direction, but I think the key focus here is to mark findings that are tough to find in this jungle of workload and images that radiologists see every day." #Radiology #Radiologist #AI #BayerRadiology #BayerCalantic #MedicalImaging #MedTech #WorkflowPrioritization calantic.com Listen to the podcast here

Insert:Human
Encore Episode - The Three Truths of Education with Julie Jungalwala

Insert:Human

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 36:36


Julie Jungalwala is the Co-founder and President of the Academic Leadership Group. She is also the Founder and Executive Director of the Institute for the Future of Learning as well as a leadership instructor in Harvard Extension School's Essential Management Skills for Emerging Leaders professional development program. She is the author of The Human Side of Changing Education. Julie has a Master's degree in Education, Technology, and Innovation and Education from Harvard University Graduate School of Education as well as a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Queen's University Belfast. Julie joins me today to discuss the three truths of education, which expose the actual goals of the educational system, what it should be aiming for, and where its weaknesses are. She discusses the need for schools to release control and compliance, helping children be more self-authoring and curious. Julie explores cultural bias and examples of the educational system not leveraging what we know about how humans learn and grow. Julie also reveals five critical decisions and questions for educators and leaders that intersect with the three truths. “With how events have unfolded in the last eighteen months, we really need to make some fundamental changes reflected by these three truths, and our future depends on it.” - Julie Jungalwala This week on Insert:Human ●      Defining the three truths of education●      Why schools are an institute of knowing and not an institute of learning●      How schools need to reorient themselves to help kids be more autonomous●      Enabling human beings to change, learn, and grow continually for the rest of their lives●      How cultural bias affects the educational system●      How the educational system doesn't leverage what we know about how human beings learn and grow●      How experimentation, feedback, and the chance to try again are fundamental to success●      Five critical decisions and questions for any system of education Resources Mentioned: ●      Podcast: The Reinvention Mandate with Julie Jungalwala●      Book: Helping People Change: Coaching with Compassion for Lifelong Learning and Growth by Richard Boyatzis, Melvin Smith, and Ellen Van Oosten Connect with Julie Jungalwala: ●      Academic Leadership Group●      Institute for the Future of Learning●      Reinvention Mandate●      Book: The Human Side of Changing Education: How to Lead Change With Clarity, Conviction, and Courage●      Julie Jungalwala on LinkedIn●      Julie Jungalwala on Twitter Insert:Human - For a Better Life & Better World Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of Insert:Human. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to the show and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts.  Apple Podcasts | TuneIn | GooglePlay | Stitcher | Spotify Be sure to share your favorite episodes on social media to help me reach more seekers and problem-solvers, like you.  Join me on Twitter, Instagram, and Linkedin. For more exclusive content and to claim your free copy of the first chapter of my upcoming book, Technology is Dead, visit my website.

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast
2158: Enabling Secure Remote Access Experiences Everywhere

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 17:53


On this podcast, I pride myself on sharing stories from all over the world and have interviewed guests from more than 75 countries. Today, I am going to take you on a trip to the Czech Republic, where Artur Kane from Good Access is going to discuss the importance of establishing an encrypted connection between employees and business systems from wherever they're working. Artur is also regarded as a passionate speaker on protecting remote workers and company data in a digital world at industry events and often contributes to security/networking magazines. We discuss how zero trust access control provides a more secure alternative to corporate VPN for remote working security and how companies can move from VPN to zero trust access.

Light Reading Podcasts
Enabling new 5G network services

Light Reading Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 16:25


Shekar Ayyar, chairman and CEO of Arrcus, sees a lot of upside for telcos wanting to create new network services. His optimism is rooted in the changes he sees in network infrastructure and a new kind of convergence between enterprise and service provider networks. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Agile Coaches' Corner
The Annual Halloween Episode: Scary Good Agile Stories with Eric Landes, Andrea Floyd, Alba Uribe, Erica Menendez, and Justin Thatil

Agile Coaches' Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 32:22


This week, Dan Neumann is joined by Eric Landes, Andrea Floyd, Alba Uribe, Erica Menendez, and Justin Thatil. In today's episode, they are celebrating Halloween by talking about some scary good Agile Stories, unlike previous Halloween episodes where the lessons learned after challenges and difficulties were addressed, this time, you will hear about crazy great Agile experiences that are worth sharing.   Key Takeaways Do you want to hear something scary? Doing Agile without digital tools! Feel the transformation. Don't forget what Agile looks like from the interpersonal relationship aspect. Focus on the toolset that you have and your perspective will get wider. Sometimes taking a small step into something that you are uncomfortable with is the beginning of growth. The failing product story: Justin tells the story when after a long time working trying to get a product right and being at the point of almost reaching the so-wanted outcome, the executive Team decides to cancel the project. A Scrum-But Situation: The state of the Team was the scariest at the beginning, there were problems releasing, and they were not finishing on time. This Team was doing Scrum, but poorly. Eric and Dan were part of the engagement part of this Team, they talked with the client, and the outcome was good. The client went beyond what was suggested and better Scrum was starting to happen. When Agility sneaks up on you! Andrea was working with a client, and there was a pause when she stepped away for the client to continue the journey alone, but then she was invited back. When she resumed work with the client she found that a reset had happened; she was asked very basic questions and even doubted if it was Agile that they were really doing. Andrea decided to stay curious and realized the Team was doing great things respecting the principles and practices of Agile, which are very foundational. They were, in fact, mastering Agile! The Team start to self-identify Agile improvements by looking for the what and the why behind what they were doing and the outcomes. Enabling communication and transparency can create a scary amazing effect on a Team. There was an organization that went 100% into Agile, it covered the organization, the Team, and also the physical location. Everything the Team needed was in place, they even have an additional TV to track progress on releases. They worked on the proof of concepts. Scary good collaboration! No one is taking the lead and everyone knows what they need to do. The lead is there to answer questions, it is so scary good when the leader does not know what to do because everyone is doing so great!   Mentioned in this Episode: Lead without Blame: Building Resilient Learning Teams, Diane Larsen and Tricia Broderick Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great, Diane Larsen The Art of Agile Development, James Shore and Shane Warden   Want to Learn More or Get in Touch? Visit the website and catch up with all the episodes on AgileThought.com! Email your thoughts or suggestions to Podcast@AgileThought.com or Tweet @AgileThought using #AgileThoughtPodcast!

Focus on the Family Parenting Podcast
Helping vs. Enabling

Focus on the Family Parenting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 9:46 Very Popular


If your adult child is about to make a bad decision, your reaction might be to step in and stop them. However, sometimes, the most loving thing you can do is let them face the consequences of their choices. John and Danny share why enabling bad behavior is never good for your parenting. Featuring Allison Bottke.Find us online at focusonthefamily.com/parentingpodcast, or call 1-800-A-FAMILY.Receive the book "Setting Boundaries with Your Adult Children" for your donation of any amount: https://donate.focusonthefamily.com/don-fofp-podcast-2022-10-25?refcd=1503505Get more episode resources: http://www.focusonthefamily.com/episodes/focus-on-parenting-podcast/helping-vs-enabling/#featured-resource-ctaListen Anytime: https://donate.focusonthefamily.com/don-fofp-podcast-2022-10-25?refcd=1503505If you've listened to any of our podcasts, please give us your feedback: https://focusonthefamily.com/podcastsurvey/

Life, Lived Better
Season 2/Episode 19 - Enabling

Life, Lived Better

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 47:17


Season 2/Episode 19 - Enabling The hosts are glad to be back with a new episode this week. They will be talking about Enabling, a listener suggested topic. Enabling occurs when you provide a person something they could provide themselves. Joseph and Paula share signs of enabling, what is wrong with enabling, and how to stop. You can find information from this episode on Paula's Blog at PaulaHellerGarland.BlogSpot.com You can find information about this and other episodes on the website: www.lifelivedbetter.net. Just a reminder - anything shared by the pair during this and all other episodes is based on personal experiences and opinions. It is not to be viewed as professional counseling or advice and is solely the opinion of the individual and does not represent their employers or profession. Let us hear from you. If you have any question, you want the pair to tackle, just email. Maybe your question will be addressed in future episodes. info@lifelivedbetter.net We would love for you to rate our show and tell others about us. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Sacred Remembering
Reprogramming Epigenetics w/ Janet Schmidt

Sacred Remembering

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 55:02


Episode 136! Do you have persistent patterns and programs that disrupt you from living the life you want to live? Today's guest can help. Janet Elaine Schmidt is the Creator of "Reprogram Yourself and/or Business Team for Success" and for a decade has been a practical yet potent Quantum Consciousness Accelerator™, Integrative Holistic Healing Facilitator, and Business Coach. Board Certifications: Neuro-Linguistic Programming Practitioner, NLP Life Coach, Hypnotherapy. Additional Certifications: Eye Movement Integration, Advanced PSYCH-K®, Advanced ThetaHealing™, and the list goes on. More importantly, Janet discovered by using four techniques, one could change one's belief system and reprogram for the success one desires in any area of one's life. To bring a client into the "whole-brain state" of a new belief. Janet's success rate among her clients speaks for itself (95%). Enabling business teams and individuals to identify and remove energetic blocks or aliments caused by inherited imprints held in the subconscious for generations. This programming affects us on four levels: emotional, physical, mental, and spiritual. True emotional intelligence understands that all four levels must be in alignment to succeed in every area of your life. Janet provides tools to discard what no longer serves you to have a healthy, prosperous, and wealthy life. Her combined curiosity with science and healing modalities inspired continuous self-learning so she may share the wisdom teachings with others. "Success in every area of your life is real and obtainable. The Power is in your hands!” Social Media: Website: https://www.janetelaineschmidt.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/janetelaineschmidt Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/ca/janetelaineschmidt.com JOIN THE SACRED REMEMBERING COMMUNITY: https://www.sarahpoet.com/community THEMES; #quantum #epigenetics #imprinting #NLP #Belief #ultimateabundance #resilience #wholebrainstate

Save Your Sanity - Help for Toxic Relationships
How & Why to STOP ENABLING a Hijackal

Save Your Sanity - Help for Toxic Relationships

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 38:28


You are likely anxious, feeling unsafe, angry, and exhausted from life with a relentless difficult Hijackal. Understanding enabling and knowing how to stop--beginning with small ways--is important for your well-being and mental health. You likely never meant to become an enabler. It happens slowly. And, just as slowly, you abandon yourself in favor of meeting the needs and taking responsibility for the actions of another person. See the enabling clearly, and use these 10 Ways to find your way back from enabling other adults. Not your job! HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS EPISODE:Dr. Shaler's definition of enablingHow enabling differs from empathyNot being responsible for the actions of othersEssential nature of boundaries10 Ways to Stop Enabling over time I'm here to help. Let's talk soon.RhobertaIntroductory session for new clients,only $97FOLLOW DR. RHOBERTA SHALER...WEBSITE: https://www.EmergingEmpowered.comPODCAST: http://www.SaveYourSanityPodcast.comNEWSLETTER: http://www.HijackalHelp.comFACEBOOK: https://www.Facebook.com/RelationshipHelpDoctorTWITTER: https://www.Twitter.com/RhobertaShalerLINKEDIN: https://www.LinkedIn.com/in/RhobertaShalerINSTAGRAM: https://www.Instagram.com/DrRhobertaShalerPINTEREST: https://www.Pinterest.com/RhobertaShalerYOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/ForRelationshipHelp-------------------------------------------------------------I'M HERE TO HELP YOU FIGURE OUT WHAT'S GOING ON AND WHAT YOU WANT TO DO ABOUT IT!If you want to learn more, share, ask questions, and feel more powerful within yourself and your relationships,join my Emerging Empowered Community now.Off social media, safe discussion + videos + articles + webinars + 2 group Ask Me Anything calls + a monthly Sunday Seminar, AND online Emerging Empowered Journals with prompts each month!WOW! Join now. Dr. Shaler's Emerging Empowered Community #stopenabling #whatenablingis #enablingvsempathy #enablingisdisabling #abandoningmyself #emotionalabuserecovery #emergingempowered #relationshipincrisis #personalitydisorders#signsofemotionalabuse #amibeingabused #toxicrelationships #narcissist #hijackal #emotionalabuseSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/hijackals-conflict-toxic-people-narcissist. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Dream Power Radio
Janet Elaine Schmidt – Successfully Changing Your Beliefs

Dream Power Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 29:56


Anyone whose ever steered a boat or plane knows that sometimes obstacles will appear that will necessitate a course correction. Once those changes are made, the journey can conclude to its successful end. Well, the same could be said for our lives. We may believe that we're going along just fine, but then something will come up—an issue or something within us—that get us off track. If we don't do something about it, we may find ourselves in a rut or even a downward spiral. A course correction is needed. Often we may realize this is needed, but not know where to turn or how to proceed. That's where my guest, healing facilitator and business coach Janet Elaine Schmidt comes in. Through her methods for reprogramming for success, she has been able to change self-limiting beliefs quickly and permanently. In this lively conversation, Janet tells us:•The real place where we get our programming from•How to remove this programming •Can you rewire your brain•Why healing just a mental block doesn't work•The first step that must be taken to change your beliefs•What she did to change her abundance consciousness and how this can work for you•How your new beliefs affect those around you and what to do about it•How she desensitizes her clients from the effects of trauma•How her techniques are used to promote business success If you want to be in alignment with your brain to achieve the success that might be eluding you, don't miss this powerful episode of Dream Power Radio. Janet Elaine Schmidt is the Creator of "Reprogram Yourself and/or Business Team for Success" and for a decade has been a practical yet potent Quantum Consciousness Accelerator™, Integrative Holistic Healing Facilitator, and Business Coach. Board Certifications: Neuro-Linguistic Programming Practitioner, NLP Life Coach, Hypnotherapy. Additional Certifications: Eye Movement Integration, Advanced PSYCH-K®, Advanced ThetaHealing™ and the list goes on.. More importantly, Janet discovered by using four techniques, one could change one's belief system and reprogram for the success one desires in any area of ones life. To bring a client into the "whole-brain state" on a new belief. Janet's success rate among her clients speaks for itself (95%). Enabling business teams and individuals to identify and remove energetic blocks or ailments caused by inherited imprints held in the subconscious for generations. She teaches you how to recognize your program, imprints, blocks, or aliments and provides you with tool to discard what no longer serves you to have a healthy, prosperous, and wealthy life. Her combined curiosity with science and healing modalities inspired continuous self-learning so she may share the wisdom teachings with others.Website: http://janetelaineschmidt.com Janet is offering a 50% discount on her services for any listener to this podcast. Go to janetelaineschmidt.com and mention "Dream Power Radio" for the discount.

The Future Is Freelance
Enabling digital nomads to make a difference in the world, with Tarek Kholoussy

The Future Is Freelance

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 41:19


Digital nomads sometimes get a bad rap, for impacting local communities in a negative way rather than creating positive change. But today's guest is working hard to counter that, with two fantastic projects.Tarek Kholoussy is a social entrepreneur with an MBA with honors from New York University and a career of working at top organizations like Goldman Sachs. In 2013, he left the corporate world behind in an effort to explore the actual world, and in 2018 launched Nomads Giving Back!This programme inspires volunteers to contribute locally to their homes-away-from-home, enriching their personal experiences and making a difference to areas which need it. Because the need is often related to learning, in the knowledge work community,  Tarek and his team launched Nomads Skillshare! in 2020 - a learning platform and community empowering everyone to learn the skills needed for global mobility, and new location-independent ways of living.You can keep in touch with Tarek and his travels online:https://www.linkedin.com/in/kholoussy/https://www.instagram.com/tarek.world/And of course, check out (and get involved) with the voluntary projects at:Nomads Giving Back | An Impact-driven Digital Nomads Communityhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/nomadsgivingback/https://www.instagram.com/nomadsgivingback/www.nomadsskillshare.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/nomadsskillshare/https://www.instagram.com/nomadsskillshare/And don't forget that the Future Is Freelance podcast is brought to you by https://xolo.io -  right now, you can try our flagship Xolo Leap product for free for 3 months, while you volunteer at one of Tarek's projects.  https://www.xolo.io/zz-en/leap - so you can take your location-independent business on the road with you to your new remote work destination of choice