Shannon and Mary chat with Donalyn Miller & Colby Sharp about their recently published Common Sense Guide to Your Classroom Library. The reading teachers discuss how to set up and use the library to maximize its impact with kids. This conversation provides the WHY behind decision making and instructional use of the classroom library.Episode Resources:The Commonsense Guide to Your Classroom Library: Building a Collection that Inspires, Engages, and Challenges Readers by Donalyn Miller & Colby Sharp * Amazon affiliate link*Colby Sharp's BlogNerdy Book Club (joint blog)Donalyn Miller's website The Book Whisperer.comGame Changer! Book Access for All Kids by Donalyn Miller & Colby Sharp *Amazon affiliate link*Reading Rockets: Creating a Classroom LibraryScholastic: 6 Tips to Help Set Up a Classroom LibraryEducation to the Core: Setting Up Your Classroom Libraryour episode about Books as Windows, Doors, and MirrorsBuilding an Effective Classroom Library by Susan Catapano, Jane Fleming, and Martille Elias (Journal of Language and Literacy Education 2009)Choice Literacy: Creating a Student-Organized Classroom LibraryASCD: Creating a Classroom Library Together BookSource to Organize your CollectionRegie Routman: Organize an Outstanding Classroom Library Booksourcebanter: Resources for Building a Classroom Library Follett Classroom Library Manager The Yarn (Children's Literature Podcast by Colby Sharp and Travis Jonker)Colby's Youtube description of a Book Pass Twitter: https://twitter.com/colbysharphttps://twitter.com/donalynbooksIG: https://www.instagram.com/donalynm/https://www.instagram.com/colbysharp/*We earn a small commission from the sales when you purchase the texts through our Amazon affiliate links. Thank you for taking the action to support the work of our show.*COME JOIN THE CONVERSATION!Our Website Support the show
On today's episode I talk to Tammy Munson, a podcast coach, podcast editor, CEO or Wildfire Creative Company and podcast host, about why you should have a podcast, and how to create an engaging, lively and successful show. We talk about why you have to niche down, and be consistent and add value and then we go way beyond that to talk about how to have a fun, engaging show and some great examples of shows. We then talk about how and when you may be able to monetize your podcast, if community size matters and why you should and shouldn't get into podcasting. This is a great behind the scenes convo with a seasoned podcasting expert who podcasts and helps other podcasters with their shows. Quick Note: I am going to shift to releasing 1 episode a week typically on Wednesdays for the remainder of the season and wrap up season 2 before the holidays. Connect with Tammy Munson at https://wildfirecreativecompany.com/ (WildfireCreativeCompany.com) or on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/wildfirecreativeco/ (@Wildfirecreativeco) or https://www.instagram.com/tammy_munson/ (@tammy_munson) Ready to Be Encouraged and Shift Your Mindset? Join my 7 Day Encouragement Challenge (get 7 emails with positive ideas, quick exercises and bible verses to Lift You Up in Your Day.)-https://kristinfitch.com/encouragedlife/ ( click here.) Or connect with https://www.instagram.com/kristinfitch/ (Kristin on Instagram) and learn about her Website Audit to Help you grow your leads and organic traffic using your website. Podcasting, Starting a Podcast, Making a Podcast Engaging, How to Create a Podcast that Grows, Monetizing Your Podcast, Podcasting 101
In this episode of New Cyber Frontier, our guest Jim Kyung-Soo Liew, Ph.D. | LinkedIn Professor at John Hopkins University talks about Blockchain and CryptoCurrency. Jim expresses his excitement about what he feels is a bright future for Digital Currencies. Jim says, "Some students were already managing over $10 million in CryptoCurrency." The focus of his class at John Hopkins incorporates blockchain for healthcare use cases. Visit our sponsors: BlockFrame Inc. IEEE Digital Privacy Murray Security Services
What if no one engages with any of your content, but they secretly are binging all of it and want to work with you? Tune in as I share my experience recently as I showed up every single day for 2-weeks straight without receiving any external validation, and what ended up happening on week 3. Psssst: Doors to The Collective are officially open!! This is an accessible membership focused on helping you feel more confident with your marketing so that folks regularly binge your content, see you as the go-to leader, and feel called to work with you! Join us inside the 12-month marketing membership and gain immediate access to monthly live coaching calls, daily message support, and the entire collective curriculum for under $1,000 until October 31, 2022. Enjoyed the show? Don't forget to rate and review us wherever you get your podcasts! Work with Steph The Collective: A 12-Month Marketing Membership Private Coaching Application Connect with Steph Instagram: instagram.com/stephwharton_ Website: stephwharton.com
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 4: 6:10pm- According to documents obtained by the Heritage Foundation via a Freedom of Information Act request, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas knew the Southern Border migrant horse “whipping” incident was false prior to publicly condemning the border patrol agents involved. 6:50pm- Who Won Social Media? + Zeoli's Final Thought
Matty de Castro, VP of Growth & Operations at VidMob, talks with Jeremy about the concept of intelligent creative.Highlights:What "intelligent creative" means and why it mattersWhat impact intelligent creative will have on B2B content marketingWhy marketers should consider implementing intelligent creative into their strategyLearn more about VidMobConnect with Matty on LinkedInMemorable Quotes:"Digital marketing was so focused, whether it be B2B or B2C, on creating those audiences and then optimizing based on the data you got from creating those audiences. Now, creative was always a component of it because creative is actually what you saw once you were targeted by one of those algorithms. But no one really knew how that creative was performing because it was always really based on an emotion.""You create competitive advantage for your business with data. And so the more data you have, the more competitive advantage you have.""I think the content, being able to cut through on these digital platforms and be relevant and then be understood and allowed to be optimized, I think is gonna be just incredibly important as we go into the next 10 years."The B2B Content Show is produced by Connversa, a podcast production agency helping B2B brands connecting with prospects, generates TONS of content, and grow revenue. Learn more at connversa.com
What's Next? (Part 3) Our Purpose, Vision, Mission, and Values Acts 2:42:47 We are in a three-part series called “What's Next.” As a body of believers, we have made a commitment to be led completely by the Holy Spirit of God and we continue to ask the Spirit to give us God's vision for the future of Misty Creek Community Church. We are thrilled to celebrate our three-year launch anniversary, to witness the mighty power of God through worship, and to be a part of the continued growth of His church. Sunday, we will look specifically at our remaining eight core values as well as look at what we believe as a community of faith. We Live in community –We believe Christianity is personal, but not private and is lived out and fully experienced in sharing life with others. Every Christian is a MISSIONARY and MINISTER We believe God has called every person to proclaim the message of Jesus and serve in team ministry using their God-given gifts/resources. The healing is in the HELPING –We believe the fullness of God's healing in our life is experienced when we spend ourselves on helping others. We're blessed to be a BLESSING –We believe God blesses our lives to bless others and the more we bless the more blessed we will be. PEOPLE matter to God –We believe in the value of every human being and take seriously the mission of reaching people for Jesus, locally and beyond. Intentional radical acts of KINDNESS –We believe the best way to share the message of Jesus is with intentional and radical acts of kindness done in Jesus' name. Culturally RELEVANT and ENGAGING –We believe we should try to reach people in a way they UNDERSTAND and that ENGAGES the culture. WHATEVER It Takes –We believe Jesus set the example and called us to live His mission whatever it takes, no matter the cost. Grace and Peace, Stephen
FRIDAY WRAP: Elon Musk is a CEO risk, CEOs keep getting greedier, Biden does stuff, an ESG success story in sunny Florida, Louisiana engages in anti-ESG political puppet theater, plus predictions and winners
BANXA Holdings Inc (TSX-V:BNXA, OTCQX:BNXAF) founder and chairman Domenic Carosa tells Proactive's Stephen Gunnion that the company has engaged US-based Architect Partners, a leading cryptocurrency-focused investment bank, to help it identify and evaluate strategic opportunities to maximize shareholder value. He said BANXA, which he describes as the "Paypal of the crypto industry", has received several unsolicited proposals to consider strategic M&A opportunities and it was the board's fiduciary responsibility to follow process and consider all alternatives. #ProactiveInvestors #BANXA #crypto #cryptocurrency #TSX #OTCQX
Rev. Cyril A. Stevens – Sermon 0417A recorded on September 13, 1981 teaching from 2 Kings 4:8-17 – How God Engages the Attention of Others Towards Individuals.
Fury Gold Mines CEO Tim Clark joined Digbee CEO Jamie Strauss to share details about Fury using ESG expert Digbee to provide an independent assessment on their Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance. Clark talks about the impact Digbee has had on the company and what steps the company is taking to remediate areas of concern. Strauss talks about how they work with Fury and how they can use the report to their advantage.
What's Next Part 2? Our Purpose, Vision, Mission, and Values Acts 2:42:47 This Sunday there will be a presentation from our renovations team. God is truly on the move at Misty Creek as we seek His plan for His church. Last Sunday I began a two-part series called “What's Next.” We have copies of our PVMV for you to have and follow along today. As a body of believers, we have made a commitment to be led completely by the Holy Spirit of God and we continue to ask the Spirit to give us God's vision for the future of Misty Creek Community Church. We are thrilled to celebrate our three-year launch anniversary, to witness the mighty power of God through worship, and to be a part of the continued growth of His church. Sunday, we will look specifically at our remaining 8 core values as well as look at what we believe as a community of faith. We Live in community –We believe Christianity is personal, but not private and is lived out and fully experienced in sharing life with others. Every Christian is a MISSIONARY and MINISTER We believe God has called every person to proclaim the message of Jesus and serve in team ministry using their God-given gifts/resources. The healing is in the HELPING –We believe the fullness of God's healing in our life is experienced when we spend ourselves on helping others. We're blessed to be a BLESSING –We believe God blesses our lives to bless others and the more we bless the more blessed we will be. PEOPLE matter to God –We believe in the value of every human being and take seriously the mission of reaching people for Jesus, locally and beyond. Intentional radical acts of KINDNESS –We believe the best way to share the message of Jesus is with intentional and radical acts of kindness done in Jesus' name. Culturally RELEVANT and ENGAGING –We believe we should try to reach people in a way they UNDERSTAND and that ENGAGES the culture. WHATEVER It Takes –We believe Jesus set the example and called us to live His mission whatever it takes, no matter the cost. Grace and Peace, Stephen
The mystic engages. The mystic participates in the real world, aware of both mainstream and esoteric thought, in generous community with all souls. For more teachings and FREE resources visit www.sarawiseman.com
Is there something in school like music, art, woodshop, cheerleading or sports, that keeps your kids wanting to learn more? In this episode, DJ talks with Mark Taylor, a percussionist and instructor from the UK, about the classes and teachers that get kids excited about learning, and those that create an environment for them to grow, thrive, and be themselves. Listen in as they discuss how creativity is going to give rise to the skills, the understanding and the knowledge that we all need in the future for a sustainable, happy and tolerant planet. Mark has been a professional percussionist for 25 years and has had the opportunity of performing with some of the UK's finest orchestras and theater companies. Finding his passion and ‘voice' through music gave Mark the desire to share this understanding through his drum and percussion teaching which he provides in schools and in his private practice.TIMESTAMPS• [6:41] “It's the young people who are at the heart of everything that we're doing.” • [12:47] “I think the more we can take this sort of natural learning, understanding that we all know, as parents, and take that into a slightly more formal setting,”• [27:41] “We have to put our focus on what the child needs… how much information, how much support, how much general kind of extra things you put in play to give them what they need.”• [44:29] “The more you can give them the environment where they can step into who they really are and how they can help others, then that's going to change and that kind of positive reinforcement is going to be great for them…”For more information on the Imperfect Heroes podcast, visit: https://www.imperfectheroespodcast.com/Connect with Us!DJ Stutz - DJ Stutz: https://www.littleheartsacademyusa.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/littleheartsacademy/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/littleheartsacademy/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOpphCRklDJiFXdS76U0LSQInstaCart: https://instacart.oloiyb.net/c/3434912/1402209/7412**This post contains affiliate links, and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.Mark TaylorWebsite: https://www.educationonfire.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/taylormappshttps://twitter.com/homeFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/EducationOnFireLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-taylor-71170650/
The sermon I preached in Streatham Central Church on September 4 2022 on the Estuary Euro Tour. You can see more from their church on their Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2-y0eALkI_5_g8L0pcpCeA and find more information on their website. https://www.streathamcentralchurch.org.uk/
Victoria Mills, Managing Director of Environmental Defense Fund's EDF+Biz program discusses how some companies are starting to advocate for more stringent climate policies as they see climate change affecting their operations, supply chains, and communities. She also describes how EDF acts as both advisor and catalyst to their engagement, shares some challenges and opportunities of working with companies on climate policy, and offers advice for those interested in pursuing a career in climate and business. For transcripts and other resources, visit climaterising.org Guest: Victoria Mills, Managing Director, Environmental Defense Fund+Business
Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin is inspiring and influencing consumer purchase decisions with consistent content and messaging across customer experiences from WisconsinCheese.com to retail. Culinary content spans multiple brand channels including WisconsinCheese.com, Grate. Pair. Share., e-newsletter, press and television media, The Cheese Life blog, social media, recipe ad pages and retail displays. Suzanne Fanning, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin, visits with Pam Jahnke about how her team, through Grate. Pair. Share, engages customers with usable, innovative, approachable and delicious ways to prepare and enjoy Wisconsin cheese and dairy products, all while creating awareness and affinity for Wisconsin's unique specialty cheese brands. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
CSIS engages in human trafficking? Yup! And they covered it up in the UK too! Update on western's vax mandate More unusual deaths Cabinet shuffle that doesn't really matter New mugs and things Thank you for your support! Me on Telegramhttps://t.me/realCanadaPoli Me on Rumble https://rumble.com/user/CanadaPoli 4 Me on Odyssey https://odysee.com/@CanadaPoli:f Me on Bitchute https://www.bitchute.com/channel/l55JBxrgT3Hf/ Me on Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/canadapoli ... Read More The post 1064 CSIS Engages in Human Trafficking and Covered It Up! appeared first on CanadaPoli.
If you work in construction, you know that we have a problem. We need more young people! Someone needs to connect the countless dots of classroom learning, workplace skills, career awareness, and student interests. Lydia Burns is that connector of dots. More formally, Lydia is known as a senior manager with Allied Construction Industries, a trade group that works on advocacy, networking, and solutions for anyone within the construction industry. Lydia's specific focus is on the Construction Career Center, and even more specifically their K-12 programs, which work to familiarize students with various aspects of construction. The goal of these programs is to increase the number of young people heading into construction. Here is what the ACI program does: Takes a systemic, big-picture approach to increasing student awareness and working them toward actual jobs, Fosters relationships between companies and groups of students as early as 5th grade, Seeks to reduce the anxiety many students feel regarding the math skills that are foundational to jobs in engineering and construction, Helps schools develop and implement project-based learning curriculum focusing on connecting math lessons to the real-world applications, Engages students in an actual small-scale construction project within the school building, Coordinates sequential training: 7th-grade framing, 8th-grade pipefitting, 9th-grade electrical, and so on. As you can imagine, there are challenges to this kind of work. Changing public school curriculum takes time. Putting a bunch of inexperienced high school kids in the middle of a mock construction project has risks. It's difficult to coordinate the schedules and align the instruction of various educators and contractors. Here are some of the things ACI does to meet these challenges: Becomes familiar with the entire public school administrative structure within a state and district; Facilitate communication and policy alignment among OSHA, insurance companies, attorneys, and schools regarding the presence of minors on work sites; Establishes and enforces GPA requirements and other eligibility requirements for participants; Equips classroom teachers with lesson plans that focus on hands-on-learning . As a result of their work, ACI in the Cincinnati Public Schools has seen students receive industry-recognized credentials before they leave high school. Here are some other bits and pieces from this episode: Tyler and Lydia share their own frustrations with math back in the day. We explore how working in residential construction can lead to work in industrial construction. Lydia explains the message she communicates to school districts: “Hope is not a strategy.” We celebrate that most state departments of education have finally acknowledged that not everyone should be heading to college. Learn more about Lydia, ACI, and their programs: Lydia's LinkedIn - ACI's web page - Info about ACI's k-12 Program Find Us Online: BrosPodcast.com - LinkedIn - Instagram - Facebook - Eddie's LinkedIn - Tyler's LinkedIn If you enjoy the podcast, please rate us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to us! Thanks for listening! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wednesday August 24, 2022. (Un)Common Decency: Christians in the Public Square. "Learning from Tanzania: How the Church Engages a Hostile Culture,' a sermon from Peter Pharles, Bishop, Diocese ofMara-Ukerewe, Africa Inland Church-Tanzania
Multiple sources tell CNN Trump's former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo could sit for a deposition as early as this week, as the January 6 Committee's investigation shifts to cabinet-level officials. And it's now clear the DOJ hasn't been dragging its feet, as it focuses on potential criminal charges for individuals connected to both seditious conspiracy, and the fake electors scheme.Senators Manchin and Schumer announce a surprise agreement on The Inflation Reduction Act, which provides $369 billion for climate change programs and assists Americans with their medical bills. And, The Federal Reserve hikes interest rates by 0.75% for the second time in two months, as the White House plays down recession fears. Plus, a potential deal is being negotiated to exchange a convicted Russian arms trafficker dubbed “The Merchant of Death” for the release of WNBA star Brittney Griner and former Marine Paul Whelan.Hosted by Laura Coates.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Ben Lloyd Pearson, Director of Developer Marketing at Mattermost, talks with Jeremy about marketing to software developers.Highlights:Why developers are wary of marketingHow to market without obvious "marketing"Advice for marketing teams trying to connect with developersLearn more about MattermostConnect with Ben on LinkedInMemorable Quotes:"I think the most important thing to understand is that developers have a certain level of indignation that they carry with them. So whenever you fail to meet their needs, they often view that through a lens of distrust.""What it really comes down to is like developers, they want a clear picture of what it's like to use your product before they ever reach out to have any sort of sales conversation with you.""But when it comes to developer marketing, there's sort of two things that I view as essential to every practice and then there's another one that's sort of an aspirational thing that you can achieve in certain situations. So the two things that are essential are evangelism and advocacy and then the third one that is sort of optional is developer relations."
Cory and Brian interview Matt Barnes, disciple-maker and microchurch leader in the Kansas City Underground. Sarah and Matt Barnes helped launch the KC Underground in 2019 and currently lead the elder task force, creating training for governing elders within the KC Underground network. Next steps with the Underground: Subscribe to our newsletter Connect with us for Coaching Support the Underground
I have an exciting and personal PBL showcase today about a young man coasting in school until a PBL unit inspired him to step up and become the leader he was meant to be. It's a PBL unit about helping parents get their questions answered after their child's genetic disease diagnosis. They want to know if their child will be okay and everything else they can learn about the condition. That's where my class of 8th graders jumped in, and a remarkable young man named Skyler Wagoner stepped up. The idea of helping people motivated him to be the learner and leader he was meant to be. You'll also enjoy my answer to today's “need to know” about what type of professional development you should be doing this summer. Episode Highlights: [01:13] Need to know: What kind of professional development should I be doing over the summer?[01:19] You should probably get some rest. Leaders and staff both need to take care of themselves. Teachers need to take care of themselves, because they just had a rough year.[01:51] Leadership always flows downhill and self-care is the first step. Take a break and maybe try some active rest like an activity you enjoy.[03:15] Decide if you want to jump into an in-person workshop. True collaboration comes with people. Find some good books to read. [07:27] My favorite PBL unit is the genetics unit. Everyday some parents find out that their child has a genetic disease.[07:49] 1. They want to know if their child is going to be okay. 2. They want to find out everything they can about the disease. [08:26] Being an eighth grader is a hopeful time where they can make a big shift. We asked 8th graders how we can best help these parents.[10:16] This project showed Skyler, who was smart but underachieving, that he could help people. When he became engaged, he was a great leader.[12:57] Seeing this is why I wanted to get involved in education.Resources & Links Related to this EpisodeWhat is PBL?Ask RyanMagnify Learning YouTubeProject Based Learning Stories and Structures: Wins, Fails, and Where to StartMagnify LearningRyan Steuer Twitter @ryansteuerCommunity Partner ResourcesAtomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad OnesSwitch: How to Change Things When Change Is HardThe Power of Regret: How Looking Backward Moves Us ForwardRange: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized WorldAtlas of the Heart: Mapping Meaningful Connection and the Language of Human ExperienceSkyler Wagoner Instagram
Like many older metropolitan newspapers, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution had a problem. After years of looking for readers in the suburbs, the paper found that its majority white audience failed to reflect the true diversity of Atlanta. Due to its role in civil rights history and the contributions of local artists, entertainers, and musicians, the city has become a center for Black culture. The Journal-Constitution needed to find a way to engage more Black readers. Najja Parker, newsletter coach at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, talks about a report she wrote for the Better News about how the Journal Constitution grew engagement with Black audiences through the Unapologetically ATL newsletter. Read the report. The Better News podcast is a partnership between It's All Journalism and the American Press Institute to a) showcase innovative/experimental ideas that emerge from the Knight-Lenfest Local News Transformation Fund and b) share replicable strategies and tactics that benefit the news industry as a whole. Sign up for the Better News newsletter to receive news about the latest resources, case studies, and insights. For more news about the It's All Journalism podcast and future episodes of Better News, sign up for the weekly IAJ newsletter.
Cory, James, and Brian set up a series of podcasts on "How the Church Engages People." In the CAWKI model it's about people being the customer. In the DMM paradigm, it's about the person owning the mission. This episode really explores our identity as the church and the implications of owning that identity. Next steps with the Underground: Subscribe to our newsletter Connect with us for Coaching Support the Underground
On this episode I share some snippets from my conversation with Jack McLean, host of Prepare Like a Pro.What is covered in the snippets in this episode:How to effectively networkHow to generate online content that engages with your audienceThe 'value' boomerang effectMy mistakes in businessThe motto I live byListen to the Prepare Like a Pro Podcast hereClick Here To Become a VIP member (Join DK's coaching app here, try 7 days FREE using the code DKTRIAL)SHOP DKFITNESS MERCH HEREwww.younifyactive.com DKFITNESS at checkout for 15% offUse code DJK10 on all EHPlabs supplements for 10% offUse code DK15 on all Athletikan Sneakers for 15% offIntro by Will Sparks.Find this episode helpful? Share it with a friend or post a screenshot to your social media.
For those of you old enough to remember the original Top Gun, the final dog fight battle scene has Maverick (Tom Cruise) flying into a dog fight to assist his fellow aviator Iceman (Val Kilmer) out at sea. Launched from the flight deck of an aircraft carrier into a contentious airspace, Maverick is Iceman's only hope of survival. Coming from the recent loss of his co-pilot, and close personal friend call sign “Goose,” Maverick has lost his nerve. Iceman says,“Maverick…Where in the hell are you? Maverick! How about some help? ENGAGE…!” Maverick, talking to himself, “It's no good, talk to me Goose…” Iceman is heard over the radio, “Maverick…Maverick…!” Finally, Maverick recovers, and ENGAGES! From the control center on the carrier they report, “Maverick is ENGAGING sir!” In the end Maverick saves Iceman, himself, and the whole aircraft carrier. Cheers erupt as the remaining enemy jets bug out. In self-defense, we do everything we can to prepare, train, drill and condition for defending our lives, including deescalation, and getting the heck out of Dodge. However, there comes a time when it's appropriate, and necessary for the defender to ENGAGE. In this scenario, without ENGAGEMENT we put ourselves, and others at peril. By definition, without full ENGAGEMENT there is no life. The young lovers fully “ENGAGE” to create a life together. The very act of human creation happens through “ENGAGEMENT.” In life and Life Defense how often do we loose our nerve, and won't ENGAGE in the conflict of life itself? Remembering that there is no life without conflict, and our participation in life requires ENGAGING in that conflict each and every day. If life is important to you, ENGAGE. Really, said another way, ENGAGE or die! Because there are many ways to die, yet only one way to truly live. ENGAGE… Allen Hughes Life Defense Coach #lifedefense #engage #allenhughes --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/allen-hughes/message
Abdul Karim Hanif and Ahmad Dawud speak to Noura AlMulla, Senior Executive at NAMA Women Advancement Establishment, about the Irtiqa initiative of NAMA. Listen to #Pulse95Radio in the UAE by tuning in on your radio (95.00 FM) or online on our website: www.pulse95radio.com ************************ Follow us on Social. www.facebook.com/pulse95radio www.twitter.com/pulse95radio www.instagram.com/pulse95radio
Uplifting & Tasty Americana Country-Rock Music of Andrew Weiss Engages the HeartFind Andrew Weiss & Friends Here“Weiss crafts beautifully tender confessions amidst the warm lull of dreamy psych-folk. He invites the listener into a warm haze of chiming guitars and sweet harmonies.” -Under The Radar, 2022“Dreamy, paradise ruminations characterize Andrew Weiss' songwriting. He has a knack of blending paradise with the end game.” -Americana Highways, 2021"Sly and soulful folk...an early 70's Neil Young meets Fleet Foxes take on indie-folk." -Glide Magazine, 2021“Andrew Weiss is practically a veteran of a sound he calls “power pop-icana,” melding hooks with that classic Americana country-rock style. His songs hit all the Tom Petty/Byrds marks in a bright, breezy, and melodic way.” -PopRock Record, 2021“One of 2020s most promising artists.” - Glide Magazine, 2020“We think it could be a big 2020 for Andrew Weiss and Friends.” - American Songwriter, 2020“The earnestness of Laurel Canyon folk-rock tempered by the wry humor of power pop.” - The Boot, 2020"A really kind of lovely pop aesthetic that is reaching people. Andrew Weiss is very clever...we're damn lucky to have found this." - Ryan Spaulding (Ryan's Smashing Life, The Outlaw Roadshow), 2019"One of the true prerequisites for the creation of good music is talent, and Andrew Weiss is simply oozing with it. Weiss is a band in a box. Perhaps my favorite part is Weiss' perspicacious ear - a quality developed through listening and practicing." - The Music Court, 2016"We're talking catchy music that wastes no time getting stuck in your head." - Bucketlist Music, 2016"Today's mainstream pop groups could learn a lesson from this. Making good music can be as simple as going back to your roots. Andrew Weiss and his band rely on 70s style guitars, carefree lyrics, and rich melodies reminiscent of late 60s psychedelic pop to drive the point across." - On The Flip Side Music, 2016Sweetheart Publicatons is responsible for connecting The Long Island Sound with Andrew Weiss. Please check them out. Connect with The Long Island Sound Podcast:Website: Https://GigDestiny.com/podcast Follow Steve Yusko, GigDestiny.com, and his adventures: Website: https://www.GigDestiny.com Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, FacebookSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/21aCeQWDmD4fkucpfVf9Email: Steve@GigDestiny.com Intro/Outro song in this episode:“Fading out Fast” from Mike Nugent's album, The growth of The Long Island Sound Podcast has been exponential. Help us grow the show!Subscribe to the GigDestiny.com Site here for bonus contentSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelCall the Listener Line & leave your comments: (631) 800-3579 Remember to Rate & Review the show! Help us keep the conversation going with your donation - Click Right Here or go to GigDestiny.com Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE
As a positive tenacious songwriter, Pete Mancini engages the heart and the headFind Pete's music on Spotify Call the Podcast Listener Line and leave your feedback & questions at (631) 800-3579Pete Mancini got his start as the frontman and songwriter of Butchers Blind, a critically acclaimed rock band from NYC. In 2017 he released his debut solo album Foothill Freeway, which explored the Americana influences that were a hallmark of his former band. The album garnered rave reviews from NPR, No Depression, and Newsday. He hit the road to support the album and made his network television debut on NBC's Today in Nashville. His second full-length album Flying First Class was released in 2019. The album was met with critical acclaim and made Mancini's debut appearance on the AMA radio charts. Extensive tours of the East Coast, Midwest, and South followed, establishing Mancini as a national artist. In the Summer of 2020, Mancini flew down to Dial Back Sound in Water Valley MS to begin work on his third album, Killing The Old Ways. The 10-song album, produced by Matt Patton (Drive-By Truckers) and Bronson Tew, marks a significant artistic leap forward. The album features contributions from Jay Gonzalez (Drive-By Truckers), Jamison Hollister, Schaefer Llana, and Horace Willis. The album will be released on April 8th, 2022 on Paradiddle Records. Over the years, Mancini has opened for acts such as Jimmy Webb, Blues Traveler, Gin Blossoms, Pure Prairie League, Robbie Fulks, Amy Helm, Larry Campbell & Theresa Williams, Kevin Gordon, and Iain Matthews.Pete is also a member of The Famous Doctor Scanlon Band, which performs the music of Travis McKeveny.Pete proudly uses Fishman Electronics and JangleBox Pedals.For full discography and credits list, visit Discogs Connect with The Long Island Sound Podcast:Website: Https://GigDestiny.com/podcast Follow Steve Yusko, GigDestiny.com, and his adventures: Website: https://www.GigDestiny.com Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, FacebookSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/21aCeQWDmD4fkucpfVf9Email: Steve@GigDestiny.com Intro/Outro song in this episode:“Fading out Fast” from Mike Nugent's album, Mike Nugent and the Blue Moon BandSpotify link: The growth of The Long Island Sound Podcast has been exponential. Help us grow the show!Subscribe to the GigDestiny.com Site here for bonus contentSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelCall the Listener Line & leave your comments: (631) 800-3579 Remember to Rate & Review the show! Help us keep the conversation going with your donation - Click Right Here or go to GigDestiny.com Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE
Gender-affirming medical care is often determined by doctors and researchers who are not transgender. The Transgender and Non-Binary Allied Research Collective (TRANS-ARC) aims to change that. OHSU urologist Geolani Dy co-founded the collective to incorporate trans and nonbinary patient perspectives in research about gender-affirming surgeries. Since the collective started in 2019, trans and nonbinary patients have been shaping the ways that providers care for people in their community, including choosing research topics to focus on and influencing the ways that surgical outcomes are measured. We hear from Dy and TRANS-ARC Project Co-Lead Jae Downing, who is an assistant professor of health policy at the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health.
76% of people want CEOs to lead societal change, feeling that governments are too slow, but where's the line between leading positive change, and being politically polarizing? Christian Sarkar, author of Brand Activism: From Purpose to Action, joins me for a friendly debate. Sarkar discusses why CEOs need to lead cultural change, why capitalism is broken, and the difference between regressive and progressive companies. But this isn't a cut-and-dry issue. No one could argue Michael Jordan has one of the biggest brands of all time, and when asked to endorse a Democrat years ago, Jordan famously stated, "Republicans buy sneakers too." But today, brands do take sides. Patagonia, Ben & Jerry's, and Nike are all examples of how activism can lead to more profit. So, who's right? What are the implications? Sarkar doesn't hold back, and neither do I.
In this wonderful and inspiring podcast, listen to a conversation with Dr. Eyal Simchi. Dr. Simchi has gained the attention of over 100,000 on social media with his magic tricks and other forms of patient engagement. Here, he discusses his overall approach to gain the positive attention of the patient, to connect the dots with the team and the caregiver, and to create a fun environment for all. He also discusses his “minimally invasive” approach to caries management, and many other pearls. Bio Eyal Simchi, DDS, is the owner of Riverfront Pediatric Dentistry and is a dentist who does things differently. His combination of minimally invasive dental techniques as well as his innovative behavior management style has made him a trailblazer in the field of pediatric dentistry. His use of SDF has been featured in The New York times and his magic tricks have been shown on NBC Nightly News as well as the Kelly Clarkson show. Dr Simchi is a sought-after lecturer and is frequently consulted by dentists around the world for difficult cases in pediatric dentistry. He is a contributing author to SMART oral health: the medical management of caries as well as the textbook on Behavior management in dentistry for children.
How many emails do you have sitting in your inbox that you haven't read yet? Reverse that thought for a moment - how many of your emails are sitting in someone else's inbox that haven't been read yet? If you want to make great connections with people via email and enjoy more engagement you are going to want to listen to this week's episode. Why you've got to check out this episode: Hear about valuable ways to make your email follow-worthy and not something people want to block or unsubscribe Find out the 3 persuasion approaches that make your emails engaging. Discover one secret where people find it hard to unsubscribe from your list Unfollowing or unsubscribing anyone on any platform only takes a few seconds. The same goes for email marketing. Nowadays, people want to connect with someone they can relate to instead of just being impressed by them, especially with the rise of digital marketing communication. In that light, how do you write email copy that is follow-worthy? Taking us into her secret and golden insights on the REI Branded podcast today, Kate Colbert shares her mantra of "quality beats size." She stresses the importance of always giving value, and focusing on people, when writing your email copy. She shares the 3 stages of persuasion that tugs at anyone's emotional and logical reasoning to elicit reply and engagement and ultimately do business with you. 3 Rs Read Resource Reflect: Read: Think Like a Marketer: How a Shift in Mindset Can Change Everything for Your Business by Kate Colbert Resource: Descript Reflect: "Never argue with someone whose TV is bigger than their bookshelf." - Emilia Clarke Kate Colbert is an accomplished marketer, speaker, market researcher, communications consultant, and author of the acclaimed book Think Like a Marketer: How a Shift in Mindset Can Change Everything for Your Business. She is best known for helping organizations go beyond creative hunches to achieve "data-driven differentiation" inspired by real customer insights. One of the world's authorities on gathering and interpreting customer insights, Kate has led marketing initiatives for brands big and small, domestic and international. She is a valued advisor to organizational leaders and an eminent strategic storyteller with the ability to connect powerful brands with enthusiastic and loyal customers to generate sustained profitable growth. Kate regularly speaks to professional audiences about how to leverage marketplace trends to stay relevant and achieve a competitive advantage. Her training programs help participants — from mid-career to C-suite — sharpen their communications skills so they can open more doors and close more deals. Kate serves as a personal communications coach for business executives and academic leaders, is a regular guest on Clubhouse panels and business podcasts, and has received numerous national awards for excellence in medical, scientific, and business writing. Get 20% off Kate's book until June end [digital and print formats]: Think Like a Marketer: How a Shift in Mindset Can Change Everything for Your Business by Kate Colbert Discounts are applied at most online booksellers including Amazon. Connect with Kate Colbert: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.katecolbert.com Website: www.silvertreecommunications.com LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/katecolbert Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KateColbertAuthor Topics Covered: 03:39 - How is it that email marketing is a blessing and a curse 05:16 - Five principles on creating sustainable and profitable growth in any business. 11:35 - Getting credit for being a trigger for someone's business or professional insight 12:35 - Filling up your client pipelines 15:34 - What to avoid in marketing 16:35 - Two kinds of follow-worthy content and email [plus a little secret for people not to unsubcribe] 18:49 - Three-streamed strategy of being persuasive 23:39 - Important tips in A/B testing your emails, headlines that make people want to open, and other important rules of thumb 27:12 - Should you pull people out from your email list? 30:14 - Nothing beats consistency when it comes to communication 32:31 - Building direct mail lists versus postal service dropping of leaflets 35:52 - What do people expect from marketing communication nowadays that is key to your business success? 37:57 - Ways you can make yourself accessible to everyone and create that one-on-one connection 39:59 - Doing what works even if it's uncomfortable [putting yourself out on video] 46:58 - Knowing how to do that sentence finish for your brand 48:43 - Brands she adores that show an approachable persona and are brilliant 50:54 - Favorite podcast/books 52:17 - A tool she loves using Key Takeaways: "What can you send out via email that stakeholders will think is so cool that they got it, and they'll be grateful, that they will freak out with that kind of gratitude, that they will find entertaining, educational, or that will make them feel good. And if you can hit on a few of those cylinders, you're not just going to have great open rates, you're going to have people getting back to you, engaging with you, and your cash register will ring." - Kate Colbert "The thing to remember about email marketing or social media marketing is, it is so easy for people to walk away. It's one click, unfollow, block, and unsubscribe. It's so easy to break a relationship these days because of digital marketing. It's really, really important that you have to be meaningful, thoughtful, and authentic. And you have to have really great content." - Kate Colbert "Email isn't social media, but your content in an email; it has to be follow-worthy." - Kate Colbert "If you are looking to be prolific, you want to write an email every week, or what have you. Be careful what you wish for, one, because that can be a heavy burden of creating all that content. And two, it has to all be good. You can't have one great email once a year. If you write 50 of them, all 50 have to be good." - Kate Colbert "Think about those sorts of logic, credibility, and emotion. If you can fire on all three cylinders when you're communicating, you're much more likely to persuade people to do what you want them to do. But if you can at least get two of them, you're going to have pretty good results." - Kate Colbert Additional Resource: Are you a real estate investor looking to build your business and stand out from the crowd, and you don't want to wait for all the knowledge, strategies, and how-tos to be slowly delivered to you via this podcast every week? Then I invite you to apply for the REI Branded Audit. That's the process I have created that has already helped dozens of real estate investors to define and develop their personal brands and build their real estate investing businesses. Apply now for your REI Branded Audit. Connect with Paul Copcutt: www.paulcopcutt.com LinkedIn Email: email@example.com
Competing for talent and then engaging and retaining them is more difficult than ever. In this episode of Trendlines, Erin Crask speaks with Saildrone Inc's Kim Sparling about the role that personal experience plays in how people choose their career.
In this episode, Yin He and Duane Mancini discuss her background as scientist and what lead her to Amazon Web Services, how her team at AWS works with early-stage innovation, the 16 leadership principles at Amazon and how startups can use these elements at their own company, the healthy tension between scientists, engineers, and the commercial team, diversity, equity, and inclusion, women in Medtech, how do you get an investors attention, and so much more. Yin He LinkedIn AWS Website Project Medtech Website Duane Mancini LinkedIn Project Medtech LinkedIn
The Adventures of Archie Andrews starring Bob Hastings, originally broadcast May 18, 1946, 76 years ago, Jive Talk. Archie and Jughead are hep! Archie tries to get a date with jive talk. It works!
One of the most important things you can do to promote your early childhood business is give it a marketing makeoverBecause, as you might already know, a good marketing strategy allows you to reach your targets and get them to choose your preschool or center for their children.As an early childhood business owner, it's important to market your business in order to attract customers and boost enrollment. However, simply creating a marketing strategy isn't enough; you also need to make sure that your strategy is effective in engaging your target audience. And this is exactly where a marketing makeover comes into play!Want to learn more about this?Tune in now!Key points discussedTime for a marketing makeover! (00:52)The Parent Attraction System (04:09)The three phases of a relationship with parents (05:08)A quick Q&A (07:43)Additional resourcesWant to learn more? Click here!Connect with Kelley:Instagram: @kelleypeakecreativeFacebook: @peakecreative--We care about your opinion, so if you enjoy the podcast, make sure to follow, rate, and leave us a review!
Nick Lawson, Co-Founder and CEO of SQWAD rejoins the podcast to discuss the current state of the digital space, sponsorship activations and fan engagement. With much to cover, we split this conversation into two episodes. Listen to the first episode here.In part two, we jump back into the conversation with David Millay and Nick discussing the problems with sponsorship and the deep dive that SQWAD has done to solve them. This episode features strategies and tactics to help organizations and sponsors develop successful campaigns that meet the four steps of awareness, engagement, action and retargeting. —--Show Notes0:00 Introduction2:00 The Problems with Sponsorship6:34 Best Practices in Sponsorship Retargeting16:02 Cracking YouTube for Views21:33 Building Fans Through YouTube Highlights24:36 Engaging Sponsors in NFTs30:24 Repurposing Stadiums into Digital Playgrounds34:16 Connecting with Fans Outside of the Stands37:34 Augmented Reality vs. Virtual Reality—--For more info on the topics covered in this episode:Nick's Other Flip the Switch Appearances - Episode 17: Sponsorship that Engages, Not Distracts Episode 110: Driving Deeper Engagement Through Digital Activations (Part One) w/ Nick Lawson--Episode 27: Merging Physical & Digital Worlds w/ Javier Martinez GarciaSQWAD | Twitter | LinkedInReimagined Football ChallengeDunkin' Coffee Race --Connect with Nick on Twitter or LinkedIn
Today we'll move outside of the FIG framework and moves more into variable, registered, and structured products with our partners at Barnabas Capital. We asked our friends Joe Powell, President, and Josh Lewis, Head of Structured Products, to join us to take us inside their business and what they offer. This should be a highly educational episode for advisors who want to learn more about the different asset classes available and the lines of business they provide. Plus, they'll tell us how they help breakaways make that breakaway a little smoother and more seamless. Learn more about Barnabas Capital: https://barnabascapital.com/ Listen for these key points: 2:15 – Who is Barnabas Capital? 5:35 – Market update 9:49 – Structured products 13:55 – How Barnabas engages with advisors 16:45 – How products are made available 20:03 – Their credentials 21:50 – Limited downside and asset protection 22:52 – Advisors moving towards independence 26:06 – Technology partners 27:07 – Final thoughts
Nick Lawson, Co-Founder and CEO of SQWAD, joined David Millay on Flip the Switch on March 1, 2020 to discuss the role of digital activations in sports sponsorship. Just two weeks after, that episode became a playbook as sports leagues and teams turned to digital and virtual platforms to engage brands and fans throughout the pandemic. Two years later, we invited Nick back to discuss the current state of the digital space, sponsorship activations and fan engagement. With much to cover, we split this conversation into two episodes.-----Show Notes0:00 Introduction4:30 “Reimagine Football” Challenge Win7:09 SQWAD's FanTile Activation Tool14:47 The Context of Sponsorship - Goodwill vs. Efficiency22:42 In-Venue Promotions and the Overall Fan Experience28:47 Ads and Sponsorship That Resonates41:03 Identifying the Sponsors' Goals-----For more info on the topics covered in this episode:Nick's First Appearance - Episode 17: Sponsorship that Engages, Not Distracts SQWAD | Twitter | LinkedInReimagined Football ChallengeDunkin' Coffee Race Connect with Nick on Twitter or LinkedIn
1 out of 2 seniors who move into senior living use a smart device three times daily. Brian McWade, President of Connected Living, discusses the changes and trends in technology in senior living including robots, social companionships, and signage. Connected Living is a valued sponsor of Bridge the Gap Podcast.Read the Spring Issue of the BTG Magazine here.Request an invitation to the VIP Ignite Experience in Nashville, TN set for August 28-30.Powered by sponsors Accushield, Connected Living, Enquire, LTC REIT, OneDay, Meridian Capital, iN2L, Solinity, and The Bridge Group Construction.YouTube Instagram Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Lucas McCurdy, @SeniorLivingFan Owner, The Bridge Group Construction; Senior Living Construction Renovation - CapEx - Reposition Joshua Crisp, Founder and CEO, Solinity; Senior Living Development - Management - Consulting - MarketingProduced by Solinity Marketing.
Professor Sarojini Nadar (University of Western Cape) responded(https://www.timeslive.co.za/sunday-times-daily/opinion-and-analysis/2022-04-16-god-grief-and-good-friday-a-response-to-eusebius-mckaiser/?fbclid=IwAR0SioBDrOuKohEuxvKf2-i51Uvrtz2ow9V8X43wWBwzCero5zZ-1P8p3iI ) to an article in which I had argued that the God I was taught about in Catholiism does not exist ( https://www.timeslive.co.za/ideas/2022-04-15-eusebius-mckaiser-i-was-taught-god-exists-that-is-a-lie-heres-why/ ). I argued that the characteristics of being all-loving, all-powerful and all-knowing are incompatible with the existence of natural evils like devastating floods and earthquakes. Nadar did not reject all of my philosophical analysis, but expanded the conversation by explaining why she had abandoned, in her own personal journey and academic work, a conception of God that invokes notions of "might, masculinity and militarism." In this edition of In The Ring, Nadar expands on the conversation that had begun on TimesLIVE. She started off by sharing her personal journey from a Pentecostal upbringing to her discovery of black, femnist and queer works which engage her faith. Thereafter, I challenged Nadar on whether the very idea of a transcendental being is necessary in order for one to be committed to black radical thought, feminism and justice. We also discussed the strategic importance of engaging and working with religious communities in order to achieve social justice in society, regardless of what one thinks about the metaphysical claims of those who believe in a supernatural being. We also reflected on religion and humour, and whether it is ever wrong to have playful discussion about religious beliefs. We ended the episode by debating whether or not it is important for religious beliefs to be true or whether religious beliefs and practices can be defended wholly instrumentally by appealing to the (potential) benefits for individuals and society.
If you've spent some time in the gym, you've likely tried a barbell squat, a Smith machine squat, and a leg press. You were probably thinking only of which of those is going to best improve lower body strength. But! Did you ever stop and think which of those 3 may best engage my core muscles as well!? This episode dives into some new research asking that exact question. You may have a guess as to which one of those three will engage the abs and lower back extensors the most, but you're going to have to tune in to find out!Rating or commenting on this podcast is always welcome as it helps to dial in the content to what you to hear most! Thank you!Article of reference:Saeterbakken, AH, et. al. Core muscle activation in three lower extremity exercises with different stability requirements. Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research. 36(2)/304-309
In this episode, I talk with Peter Johnson - Head of Creation at LEGO - about what parents, teachers, and other professionals can learn from how LEGO inspires creativity in its customers and employees. We also answer a listener's question about girls and LEGO. Additional information from this episode is available a www.TalkingAboutKids.com.