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BackTable ENT
Ep. 63 Evaluation and Management of Nasal Valve Collapse with Dr. Moustafa Mourad

BackTable ENT

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 53:12


In this episode of BackTable ENT, Dr. Agan and Dr. Shah discuss nasal valve collapse and repair with Dr. Moustafa Mourad, a New York City-based facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon. The CME experience for this Podcast is powered by CMEfy - click here to reflect and unlock credits & more: https://earnc.me/SKIPQb --- CHECK OUT OUR SPONSOR Athletic Greens https://www.athleticgreens.com/backtableent --- SHOW NOTES First, Dr. Mourad delineates how he evaluates patients presenting with possible nasal valve collapse. There are two sets of nasal valves, an internal set and an external set. The tell tale signs of nasal valve collapse is dynamic nasal airway obstruction, a situation in which airflow is affected by deep breathing or structural rearrangement by the patient is required to breathe more easily. Internal nasal valve collapse patients usually find relief with structural rearrangements, such as blowing up their cheeks in order to breathe or using nasal strips. External nasal valve collapse patients find difficulty in breathing while exercising. Diagnosis of nasal valve collapse can also be complicated because many breathing problems are multifactorial. Therefore, otolaryngologists must be thorough in their initial evaluations and choose which causes to prioritize. Dr. Mourad also explains risk factors for nasal valve collapse. Because nasal cartilage grows weaker overtime, older patients are more likely to experience valve collapse. Younger patients presenting with valve collapse will most likely have had previous nasal surgeries, such as septoplasties and rhinoplasties. Other risk factors for valve collapse include trauma of the nasal tip or dorsum, avid athletes, and the Caucasian ethnicity (because of thinner and more cephalically oriented nasal cartilages). Next, Dr. Mourad discusses how he conducts the physical exam. He always scopes patients to look for abnormal anatomy or signs of allergies. Then, he has the patient breath while observing each of their nostrils. He observes the nostrils before and after the administration of decongestant. If the patient has a very good response to the decongestant, he starts to investigate for evidence of allergies, turbinate hypertrophy, and irritation–all of which can be treated by medical therapy. Then, he observes the patient breathing and nasal pinching as he lifts up the nasal tip and performs a caudal maneuver on the patient's nose. Finally, he takes photos and maps out the patient's internal and external anatomy. Dr. Mourad only considers surgical repair if the patient's complaint can be traced back to an anatomical abnormality. Then, Dr. Mourad walks through his surgical technique for nasal valve collapse. For an internal valve repair, he uses a simple endonasal approach. However, whether he uses an open or closed approach for an external nasal valve repair depends on the type of cartilage defect. As external valve repairs have aesthetic impacts, it is important to warn patients about changes in appearance beforehand. Additionally, Dr. Mourad prefers to obtain his implanted cartilage graft directly from the patient's rib, as cadaver rib may warp and ear cartilage may not be strong enough. He uses a taper needle to suture spreader graft because it allows him to be more gentle with the cartilage. He does not typically recommend synthetic nasal implants to patients, as they can become infected, but still educates patients about all their options. For anesthetic, he mixes a solution of lidocaine with epinephrine and tranexamic acid to reduce post-operative swelling. Finally, Dr. Mourad discusses his post-operative care regimen for nasal valve surgery.

Digitizing B2B: The B2B eCommerce Podcast
B2B eCommerce Adoption: Connecting with Your Internal and External Stakeholders

Digitizing B2B: The B2B eCommerce Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 36:34


Your website is about to go live, but will customers use it? In the upcoming episode, we unpack the ingredients for successful eCommerce adoption. Join us for a discussion with Andy Wagner, Executive Director at AAXIS Digital with 20+ years of experience in eCommerce delivery, and Jason Vagnozzi, Braskem's Global Director of Additive Manufacturing responsible for launching new products.

Nice Games Club
Gamedev in Peru (with Daniela Gamarra)

Nice Games Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022


It's part three of our unintentional "Gamedev in..." series! Your nice hosts speak with Daniela Gamarra about making games in Peru. Daniela shares her perspective on entering the industry, making progressive games in a conservative culture, and being asked "how much do you need to make this game?"Previous "Gamedev in..." episodes: We spoke with Ryan Sumo for: Gamedev in the Philippines We spoke with "Game Devs Kenya" for: Gamedev in Kenya Gamedev in Peru IRLProductionHow Creative Leaders Play the Long Game for Innovation - Ideo UIGDA PeruIGDA Peru - EducationLima Game JamLEAP Game StudiosBamtang GamesDirección Audiovisual, la Fonografía y los Nuevos MediosDaniela GamarraGuest Peruvian game developer and founder of Indaga Studios. External link on TikTokon LinkedInon InstagramIndaga StudiosIndaga Studios on Itch.io

Living the Truth in Charity
Sermon (English) External Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Living the Truth in Charity

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 9:04


Sermon (English) External Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

The Honest Wargamer
Games Workshop BIN their External Playtesting Team! | 40k Spice Centre

The Honest Wargamer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 72:46


The Gang go through the news this week including the News that Games Workshop have ditched their entire External Playtesting Team. Website - www.Thehonestwargamer.com Twitch - www.twitch.tv/thehonestwargamer Facebook - www.facebook.com/thehonestwargamer Podcast - @the-honest-wargamer Itunes - apple.co/2h3C4Lq Twitter - twitter.com/HonestWargamer Patreon - www.patreon.com/TheHonestWargamer

Living the Truth in Charity
Sermon (English) External Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Living the Truth in Charity

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 13:33


Sermon (English) External Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Her Vibe Is Pretty
104. Feeling Satisfied WITHOUT External Vices, Validation, Circumstances, or Praise

Her Vibe Is Pretty

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 42:00


Are you seeking satisfaction in "dry wells," AKA things outside of yourself? Alcohol, people's opinions of you, validation from others, wine, food, relationships, certain circumstances?  We all do it; we're not usually taught how to create internal satisfaction. So, we're here to have this conversation today to guide you to begin to uncover genuine satisfaction and validation from within ✨Let's. Get. VIBEY!SHOP OUR MERCH! CLICK HERE or head to www.hervibeisprettypodcast.com/shop*We ship INTERNATIONALLY!*We want to hear from you! Share your biggest takeaway in the Her Vibe is Pretty Community on Facebook!Click here to join: Her Vibe is Pretty PodcastDM & Tag us on Instagram!@sarahjeanharken@maryochsner@hervibeisprettypodcastOR Send us an email at:hervibeisprettypodcast@gmail.com

Living the Truth in Charity
Sermon (Spanish) External Solemnity of the Sacred Heart

Living the Truth in Charity

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 10:54


Sermon (Spanish) External Solemnity of the Sacred Heart

The Jenni Catron Leadership Podcast
Episode 165 | Internal > External : An Interview with Jeff Henderson

The Jenni Catron Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 44:03


In a post pandemic world most experts would argue that the pandemic simply highlighted and reinforced the current state of one's organizational culture. As the workplace continues to shift and gaps in the workforce remain, those who are still seeking “next” are desiring to belong to a distinct culture that emulates purpose and meaning from the inside —> out.In this week's episode, Jenni had a conversation with Jeff Henderson about the importance of knowing what you are FOR as an organization but also as an individual. Named by Forbes Magazine as one of 20 speakers you shouldn't miss, Jeff has become a trusted voice for businesses and non-profit organizations. Jeff has worked for well-known organizations such as the Atlanta Braves, Callaway Gardens, Chick-fil-A and North Point Ministries, one of the largest churches in America. While there, Jeff was the lead pastor for three churches over 17 years and helped launch North Point Online, one of the largest online ministries in the world.Today people are looking to belong to a culture that takes care of it's people; an organization that prioritizes humanity over systems. And those on your current teams are desperately seeking to be led. But as leaders, we must first remember to prioritize how we lead ourselves if we are to have lasting impact leading others. As we do the hard work to bring the best version of ourselves - culture lifts! The greatest gift you can give to your team is the internal work you will do, more than anything you will do external.For a next step, we encourage you to REGISTER for the Culture Conference 2022 hosted by The 4Sight Group. Culture Conference is a FREE digital conference, taking place Aug 11th that will provide practical talks from today's top leaders to help you continue to build thriving teams, cultivate inspiring workplaces, and achieve mission. Resources:Ministry BrandsEpisode 26 (previous interview with Jeff)Books: Know What You're FOR and What to Do NextConnect with Jeff:WebsiteFacebookInstagramLinkedIn

Recovery Elevator
RE 384: The Path of Least Resistance

Recovery Elevator

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 74:17


Episode 384  - The path of least resistance   Today we have Matt. He is 40, from Edmonton, Canada, and took his last drink on April 8, 2019.   Exact Nature:  https://exactnature.com/RE 20   Café RE Chats:  https://recoveryelevator.com/cafere/   Highlights from Paul   Sobriety is the path of least resistance. Moderation was miserable, and drinking is killing me. Paul describes his own experiences with moderation and points out that with moderation, you continue to have decision fatigue and only moderately heal.    Moderation is often a step along the journey toward ditching the booze.   The path of least resistance means – you won't get a DUI or be sent home from work because you smell like booze. Your sleep improves, your liver health improves along with your connections and relationships, and you enjoy more fun (and skittles).    Better Help:  www.betterhelp.com/elevator - 10% off your first month                                                                               [13:06]  Matt has been sober for three years. He is a recovery coach, engaged, and enjoys music, nature, hiking, camping, and his dogs. He is learning about sound therapy and how music can influence your mindset.   Matt came from a family of heavy drinkers. He remembers listening to the excitement of the adults' conversations while drinking when he was young. He was often given sips of beer if it felt exciting. As a teenager, music became a way to express himself. The rock and roll lifestyle complimented the music, which included booze. Drinking helped Matt to overcome his shyness and awkwardness.    His early 20s presented the perfect storm of opportunities to drink excessively. He went from a happy-go-lucky drunk to having a chip on his shoulder. He began to recognize his drinking habits were changing. A breakup with his girlfriend sent him into a tailspin of depression, and his drinking escalated. External pressure to quit drinking led to rebellion, and Matt learned that change had to come from within. Matt was hospitalized with acute pancreatitis after a drinking binge. He continued to drink and had another health incident. He took some time off work and launched it with a bender, then turned to a friend to bring him to an AA meeting. His first meeting was a profound emotional/spiritual shift that led him to over three years of sobriety.    Matt's firsts during his first year of sobriety was difficult and rewarding. It was his first opportunity as an adult to experience life without alcohol. Self-help books, podcasts, and a growth mindset helped him embrace sobriety. He was quiet about his sobriety. At a friend's wedding, he had a shot of tequila, and the wave of the high hit him quickly. He had a creative outburst and wrote ten songs. He convinced himself that the drinks enabled his creativity. He repackaged all his views of alcohol to return to drinking moderately. The moderation bargaining started, and at one point, he heard a voice telling him, if you keep doing this, it will kill you. Matt continued drinking. After a sloppy party weekend, Matt realized it was time to stop while driving to his dad's celebration of life. He decided to stop the cycle as a tribute to his father.    Matt recently made a plant-based medicine retreat. His healing journey continues, and the sense of peace has returned. He is focused on a growth mindset and allowing the journey to happen because life is not a to-do list.   Matt's podcast:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beyond-recovery/id1618862620   Kris's Summary   Embracing summer plans as a sober person is new for many of us. Give yourself grace. Create accountability, set boundaries, try new things, create new habits, and remember it's okay to go slow.    Upcoming events, retreats, and courses: You can find more information about our events   Resources Connect with Cafe RE - Use the promo code OPPORTUNITY to waive the set-up fee. Recovery Elevator YouTube - Subscribe here! Sobriety Tracker iTunes    Recovery Elevator –it all starts from the inside out I love you guys.

Amazing FBA Amazon and ECommerce Podcast, for Amazon Private Label Sellers, Shopify, Magento or Woocommerce business owners,
How to Drive External Traffic to an Amazon Listing - Simple Affiliate Traffic for your Amazon Products with Farzad Rashidi

Amazing FBA Amazon and ECommerce Podcast, for Amazon Private Label Sellers, Shopify, Magento or Woocommerce business owners,

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 24:03


Most Amazon sellers spend 95% of their time ranking their products on Amazon itself. Of course that's a very very important thing to get right. But what if you could drive external traffic to your listing on Amazon? You could obliterate the competition - and they wouldn't even know why! Of course, many sellers try highly involved things including social media influencers. And yes - although it's a lot of work, done right it can give a big surge in traffic. The tragedy of this though is that the traffic may be impressive - but it's a one-off. It's a one-time traffic solution to an ongoing traffic problem. In other words, that isn't really much of a solution to boosting your Amazon ranking.  Instead, today  Farzad Rashidi of Respona  tells us simple but very powerful techniques to find exactly who to approach who can give you ongoing traffic. Traffic that can give you consistently increased sales, and boost your rankings each and every month. It turns out that it's all much simpler than you might think! What You'll Learn The simple ways to get Affiliate traffic for your Amazon Products How does everyone win when using on the Amazon A simple way to ID affiliates “listicle strategy” How to persuade bloggers to link to your DTC in order to get sales The Problem with Social media influencers are one-offs The Hidden Gem for Bloggers Freebies Get your free Respona outreach strategy hub at www.amazingfba.com/respona Free demo with Farzad himself

10K Collective e-Commerce Podcast
How to Drive External Traffic to an Amazon Listing - Simple Affiliate Traffic for your Amazon Products with Farzad Rashidi

10K Collective e-Commerce Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 24:03


Most Amazon sellers spend 95% of their time ranking their products on Amazon itself. Of course that's a very very important thing to get right. But what if you could drive external traffic to your listing on Amazon? You could obliterate the competition - and they wouldn't even know why! Of course, many sellers try highly involved things including social media influencers. And yes - although it's a lot of work, done right it can give a big surge in traffic. The tragedy of this though is that the traffic may be impressive - but it's a one-off. It's a one-time traffic solution to an ongoing traffic problem. In other words, that isn't really much of a solution to boosting your Amazon ranking.  Instead, today  Farzad Rashidi of Respona  tells us simple but very powerful techniques to find exactly who to approach who can give you ongoing traffic. Traffic that can give you consistently increased sales, and boost your rankings each and every month. It turns out that it's all much simpler than you might think! What You'll Learn The simple ways to get Affiliate traffic for your Amazon Products How does everyone win when using on the Amazon A simple way to ID affiliates “listicle strategy” How to persuade bloggers to link to your DTC in order to get sales The Problem with Social media influencers are one-offs The Hidden Gem for Bloggers Freebies Get your free Respona outreach strategy hub at www.amazingfba.com/respona Free demo with Farzad himself

The Wellness Revolution Podcast with Amber Shaw
TWR 079: The Comparison Trap

The Wellness Revolution Podcast with Amber Shaw

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 23:18


Hey, Mama– I've got a question for you. Does this statement sound all too familiar? “I'll be happy when…” Yikes. Depending on how you finish that sentence really shines a light on your perceived self-worth. Well, Lady, take a seat and grab a glass of wine and listen to the major truth bombs that Amber is dropping for us today all about the comparison trap– the trap we are all guilty of falling into when we compare ourselves to others. Amber even quotes a saying from Tim Tebow based on his own research findings: On average, we spend 12% of our days comparing ourselves to others.  What do you think about that? Think it might be more than 12% at times? So does Amber. Maybe you're inclined to agree with Amber again, she says early in the episode that men certainly feel pressure as the society-deemed provider of the family. Women? We feel pressure as well. External pressure. Rather than say, “Damn, I wish I had that girl's energy!” or “Damn, she just has so much joy! I wish I could be more joyful like that.? No, as women, we are more likely to fall into that comparison trap of the external attributes of, “Damn! I wish I had those legs.” Sub out the word legs with anything else you'd like. Abs? Butt? Cheekbones? It's like we're standing in front of Regina George's mirror nitpicking all the things we wish we could change. But here's another question: How does that make you feel? As Amber says, we should want to grow and improve on ourselves. “Our inner work is never done.” But, when this drive for growth becomes so predominant that it dictates our lives, we have to start questioning our intentions. Going down the rabbit hole of comparing yourself to others and then causing negative emotions you feel toward yourself– girl, this is wasted energy. So, what do we do about it? Luckily, Amber is giving us her example of what she does to yank yerself out of the comparison trap. First, she does daily gratitude *practice.* You like the stars around practice? They're there for a reason. It is a daily practice to find something (five things, in Amber's case) to be grateful for. Not only does she find those five things, she makes sure that they are different every day and then she takes a moment to feel that thing or person she is grateful for.  The second thing Amber does is pull a tool from a Wellness Revolution favorite and previous guest of the podcast, Gabby Bernstein. Amber uses Gabby's “Choose Again” method. You have to be aware and recognize when the comparison trap has been triggered. Once that happens, rather than feel guilty for falling into the trap, you are empowered to choose again– choose a positive reaction, maybe one of gratitude? As Amber reiterates through the episode, we all fall into the comparison trap, but what will you do to pull yourself out of it?  Tune in for more! Wellness Quote “When you are constantly comparing your body, your job, your house to someone else, you can miss out on what is directly in front of you. You can miss out on the many, many blessings that are right in front of your face.” –Amber Shaw Key Highlights We spend 12% of our day comparing ourselves to others. For men as the providers of the family, that may be more materialistic like a job or house, but for women, it is more likely to be external comparing different parts of our bodies; Our inner work should never be done, we should constantly be seeking growth; We run the risk of missing out on things that are directly in front of us when we fall into the comparison trap; When you have fallen into the comparison trap, it is not easy to find things to be grateful for, but that is why it is so important. We have to be intentional and actually practice gratitude; Amber finds five things she is grateful for every day before she opens her eyes in the morning. These things are different from day to day and she takes a moment to actually feel that thing or person she is grateful for making the practice more intentional and impactful; There is a difference between accepting yourself for who you are and wanting to experience personal growth– the drive for growth should not come at the cost of mental wellbeing. If you're finding that it does, take a closer look at your intentions and find your “why” Use Gabby Berstein's “choose again” method to react differently when the comparison trap has been triggered for you. Episode Resources Amber's Free Intermittent fasting guide: ambershaw.com/fasting Book: Super Attractor - Methods For Manifesting A Life Beyond Your Wildest Dreams by Gabby Bernstein About Amber Shaw Amber is a Body Transformation Expert, Founder of The Wellness Revolution, motivational speaker, and NBC Health and Wellness Coach. Having built a lifestyle that allowed her to embrace work, children, exercise, and well-balanced eating habits, Amber now works with helping and coaching women to achieve the same level of serenity and empowerment through a sustainable way of living. Connect with Amber Instagram: @msambershaw TikTok: @msambershaw Website: ambershaw.com Facebook: Amber Shaw

Heart of the Piano Podcast
E28: Self-Determination Theory For Pianists- how it can unlock & improve your musicality, and help you deal with performance anxiety

Heart of the Piano Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 88:18


A lively and passionate discussion  where we introduce the ideas and research behind Self-Determination Theory, which could help you make giant leaps with your music. Some core topics covered in this episode include intrinsic & extrinsic motivation, autonomy, how rewards actually make us perform worse, ego & needing approval from others and ourselves, and how we can practise & cultivate intrinsic motivation in our own piano journey. Show Notes [2:55] Brief intro to Self-Determination Theory (SDT) 3 Basic Psychological Needs: Autonomy, Competency, & Relatedness Intrinsic & Extrinsic Motivation What is Autonomy? Rewards undermine intrinsic motivation School, parents, society, etc can undermine intrinsic motivation by use of rewards But some factors that promote autonomy will increase intrinsic motivation [17:55] Continuum of extrinsic-instrinsic motivation: External regulation (reward, punishment) Introjection (ego, approval from self & others) Identification Integration [27:00] Teacher's role is to show students how to love the music more [33:30] How to move towards intrinsic motivation: -improve mindfulness (mindfulness is linked to autonomy in studies)- including practising non-attachment -increase our sense of competence by letting go of perfectionism, and reducing comparison with others. Cultivate a felt sense of 'always good enough' -Remind ourselves why we play music- IMO the purest most helpful reason is to connect with the music, and other people through the music -Resist unhelpful cultural baggage- especially in classical music -Recognise introjection while practising/performing- and practise not reacting or identifying with it [52:30]- How I connect with the music when I'm playing [54:35] Competency vs relatedness: Am I mainly being driven by a need to feel competent or am I bring driven by a desire to connect? Being aware of this & moving to connection really helps me to perform well under pressure [56:30] How to be a good student when you have a teacher [59:10] Importance of a growth mindset (feeling competent enough) [1:09:05] Zen and beginner's mind [1:10:15] Related academic fields and psychological skills: Renee Brown on vulnerability and Kristen Neff on Self-compassion 1:16:55 We can see intrinsic motivation in its purest form when we watch children playing. When we lose this sense of playfulness as adults, we lose the performance benefits of intrinsic motivation & autonomy Notes: The core academic textbook: Self-Determination Theory: Basic Psychological Needs in Motivation, Development, and Wellness- https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=GF0ODQAAQBAJ The YouTube video showing a talk by one of the authors Richard M.Ryan- an excellent introduction to the subject: https://youtu.be/iUgNbWkcnHs A second YouTube video by the same speaker that goes into a little more depth in the field of education: https://youtu.be/1VBywz1c4cs The highly influential book The Inner Game of Music: https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=xdMuBgAAQBAJ Brené Brown- an academic who has popularised her work on vulnerability: https://brenebrown.com/ And Kristin Neff- an academic who has popularised her work on self-compassion: https://self-compassion.org/ Dan Pink's TED talk: https://youtu.be/rrkrvAUbU9Y where he sums up some of the ideas in his book Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us- https://www.danpink.com/books/drive/ Some earlier Heart of the Piano Podcast episodes with guided meditations to use at the piano: https://heartofthepiano.com/guided-piano-meditation-introduction-to-meditating-at-the-piano/ https://heartofthepiano.com/guided-piano-meditation-further-down-the-road/ https://heartofthepiano.com/guided-piano-meditation-listening-and-posture/ The Master and His Emissary- an excellent book about the brain hemispheres and how Western Culture makes our brains...

ASCA Podcast
ASCA Podcast #82 - Kelly Penfold

ASCA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 54:29


Kelly Penfold is a Physical Performance coach at the QLD Academy of Sport, currently working with Men's field hockey, triathlon and race-walking. She has been involved in athletic development from grassroots to professional and Olympic sports, including three years as the strength and conditioning coach for the QLD Women's State of Origin Team. Her coaching experience ranges from field and court sport to endurance athletes, and has worked with youth, adolescent and older athletes. She was Head Performance Coach for Ace Performance in Melbourne prior to her QAS role where coaching speed, acceleration and agility were a strong focus. She holds her Level 2 ASCA accreditation and is an Elite coach within the ASCA Pro-scheme. QUOTES “Endurance first is the underlying factor that I think should always be worked on in a preseason” “At the very start of preseason is when I start to get them confident and comfortable at running a reasonable distance” “It is very important in any endurance sport to build kilometers in a patient approach year by year” “Somewhere around that 25 km mark is my minimum in the preseason to know that the hockey players will get through a normal week inseason” “If I can give them a cue the players have in their mind, those external cues seem to gee them up the most” SHOWNOTES 1) Kelly's voyage in strength and conditioning to the Queensland Academy of Sport 2) The importance of building aerobic capacity in preseason work 3) Approaches to develop aerobic capacity in preseason, including in semi-professional athletes 4) How to balance strength and endurance work and using the gym to stay in touch with speed and power 5) Using hill work and other field progressions to get players ready for accelerations and decelerations on pitch 6) The physiological base, polarised training and building mileage year after year in players 7) How change of direction and sprint work can be applied with triathletes 8) The footprints concept from Thorpey's former coach 9) Monitoring an athletes fitness during the season and using aerobic running tests to decide what type of running an athlete may need 10) External cues versus internal cues and athlete retention PEOPLE MENTIONED Gennadi Touretski Nick Winkelman

Christian Landmark
David Griffin – External Evidence for the Long Ending of Mark 16

Christian Landmark

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 48:07


There has been a great deal of dispute about verses 9-20 of Mark 16. Many scholars claim that they shouldn't even be included in our Bibles at all. How should we respond to these concerns? Brother David Griffin provides the first in a two part series giving the external evidence as to why Mark 16:9-20 […]

A Chance To Strive
Episode 26 - The Dynamic Between An Internal and External Overthinker + Q&A

A Chance To Strive

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 51:49


On this week's episode we discuss overthinking from the perspective of internal and external processors. We explore the dynamic between the two and issues that arise from having different ways of processing information. Then towards the end, we have a random Instagram Q&A. Thank you for tuning in and remember that you're an amazing individual.

B2B Leadership Podcast
How Internal and External Sounding Boards Make You a Better Leader with Mike Egan

B2B Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 32:48


Growing your leadership skills is not something you do in a vacuum… If you're pushing yourself to become a better leader, you will run into questions that you can not answer… Acknowledging that you don't know how to handle a situation is a real gift because it forces you to ask questions and find someone who has been through the challenge you are facing… In this episode of the B2B Leadership Podcast, Mike Egan, Vice President of Customer Success and Integrations at BenchSci, and best-selling author and leadership coach Nils Vinje talked about the ins and outs of internal and external sounding boards - what they are, why they're important, and how to get started. Podcast highlights: 0:20 - Mike's background - Mike explains his role at BenchSci. 1:12 - Accelerated clinical trials - How are scientists able to run more effective experiments? 2:41 - First leadership position - Mike worked his way up the company ladder for several years. 4:48 - Taking a leap of faith - What convinced Mike to move to a startup and make a career change? 7:58 - Navigating new challenges - How did Mike adjust to managing a team for the first time? 9:36 - Meaningful relationship-building - It's an even bigger challenge managing somebody who wanted your position. 12:16 - Guidance from previous executives - Sometimes what we're exposed to shapes how we show up. 15:58 - Building an external sounding board - What advice does Mike offer for getting started with this? 18:56 - Reciprocating value in relationships - What would Mike advise people to lead with when making connections with other leaders? 22:29 - A memorable promotion - Mike gives the backstory on a previous company he worked for. 29:57 - Mike's advice to himself - What advice would Mike give his younger self? Connect with Mike Egan: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikeegan/ Learn more about BenchSci at https://www.benchsci.com/ Learn more about your own leadership style at: https://www.30dayleadership.com/ This episode is brought to you by the B2B Leaders Academy The cost of not consistently developing your leadership skills is enormous. At the B2B Leaders Academy you can gain access to monthly leadership training and live coaching. Being a great leader isn't hard, you just need a guide and the right set of tools. Head on over to b2bleadersacademy.com and become the leader you have always wanted to be.

That Sounds Like a Plan!
14_The importance an external event recap with Jen Gilhoi

That Sounds Like a Plan!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 23:38


Jen Gilhoi is an event strategist and founder of Sparktrack where she sparks conversations and tracks results for brands. She helps nonprofits view and approach their relationship building and events on more of a continuum, versus siloed points like an annual gala.Jen and I talk about the external event recaps she creates for nonprofits and corporations, helping the event host capture the excitement and vibe of the event to share with the audience, speakers and sponsors to keep the energy going.   TSLAP SHOW NOTES:  https://www.thatsoundslikeaplan.net/episodes/14TSLAP FACEBOOK COMMUNITY:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/thatsoundslikeaplanRIPPLE EVENT INSTAGRAM:  https://www.instagram.com/rippleeventmktg/RIPPLE EVENT FB PAGE:  https://www.facebook.com/RippleEventMktg

Lehman Ave Church of Christ
”External Lessons from the Last Page of the Bible” by Hiram Kemp

Lehman Ave Church of Christ

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 35:12


 June 19, 2022 - Sunday PM Sermon   "External Lessons from the Last Page of the Bible” - Revelation 22:17-20 by Hiram Kemp Tips for Reading Revelation Correctly The Curse Will Be Removed - Rev 22:3 Obedience Is Rewarded - Rev 22:7, 22:14 God Alone Is Worthy of Worship - Rev 22:8-9 God Is the Alpha & Omega - Rev 22:13 God Is Inviting - Rev 22:17 Tampering With the Word Is Costly - Rev 22:18-19   Duration 35:13    

The Miami Heat Beat Podcast
Mixed Bag: An MHB Mailbag Show // Internal and External Growth (Ep.4)

The Miami Heat Beat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 99:10


Welcome welcome welcome to our new mail bag show! Mixed Bag is hosted by Tiffany Meeks and produced by Brian M! Today we welcome Siobhan Beslow, Kenny Spence and Franky Garcia: Switching Defense Jimmy's Robin (Mitchell, Lavine, Beal?) Which suits Bam Who do you trust more in the Playoffs How would you fill out the roster and what do they cost What would you need to see from role players if the Heat just ran it back? Music: https://ghostpiss.bandcamp.com/album/... Visit TICKPICK.COM/HEATBEAT today and use the promo code HEATBEAT to save $10 on your first order of NBA tickets! Join our discord to be able to ask guests questions CLICK FOR THE DISCORD CHAT INVITE https://discord.gg/Ctk9h4SGaB STREAMS ON Twitch.Tv/MiamiHeatBeat BUY OUR NEW MERCH! http://shop.miamiheatbeat.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Accounting Influencers
The Price Is Right Part 12 - Gaining External Validation

Accounting Influencers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 7:55


BONUS: a short bonus episode in a new series to help accountants price better and win more business - "The Price Is Right Part 12 - Gaining External Validation." In these bonus episodes, we focus on upskilling the accountants, bookkeepers, CPAs and commercially focused fintech vendors to better handle key challenges in their professional role like client service, closing deals, negotiating, pricing, hiring, reputation and differentiation. Key takeaways from this episode include: ✓ the importance for accountants of consulting your team when putting together a proposal for prospects ✓ how accountants can know if they price they have quoted a prospect or existing client is right and fair ✓ a reminder that accountants should never leave a client or prospect meeting without scheduling the next one ✓ questions an accountancy professional should ask their colleagues and team to price more confidently to prospects ✓ effective language accountants and CPAs can use to validate and justify their team's involvement in pricing ✓ the benefits for accounting professionals and CPAs of being fully prepared for the pricing conversation with prospects and clients ✓ why accountants who actually take some action and implement advice are better than 95% of their competition If you like the show and listen to multiple episodes, we'd really appreciate your appreciation with a review or rating. As most of our listeners tune in via Apple podcasts... How to leave a review on Apple Podcasts ① Open the Podcasts app on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. ② Navigate to the page of the Accounting Influencers Podcast. ③ Scroll down to find the subhead titled "Ratings & Reviews." ④ Under one of the highlighted reviews, select "Write a Review." Anything about the style of the show, the frequency, the content, the CPE/CPD, the hosts Martin and Rob, the guests, the different segments or something in particular that's made a difference. Listeners can rate the show on a scale of one to five stars and can also add a written review.  Please also recommend the show to people in your network because we'd love to reach a wider audience. Thank you from Rob, Martin and the whole Accounting Influencers Podcast team. NOTE TO LISTENERS: The Accounting Influencers Podcast is a daily radio-style show with four segments coming out every Monday which are repeated on the other 4 weekdays as standalone episodes, plus a bonus 'from the client's perspective' episode on Saturdays. On Sundays, listeners get a short min trailer for the coming week's episodes. Every Tuesday the show gives you a relevant news topic from the accounting and fintech world with a direct application to accountants, CPAs and bookkeepers. Great to stay informed and build your commercial acumen. Every Wednesday and Friday, we feature an uncut interview with top authors, leaders, thinkers and performers in the accounting and fintech world. Every Thursday the show gives you a practical 'here's what works' tips concerning a key challenge, need or strategy for accountants, CPAs and bookkeepers. Great to stay current and keep your skills topped up. Finally, every Saturday gives listeners a bonus episode which focuses on the buyers of accounting services - the clients themselves. In particular how they feel, react to and experience their interactions with accountants. That includes why they buy or don't buy, why they move or stay and why they think how they think about you, your firm, your prices and your offerings. Martin and Rob love to hear from the show's 26,000 unique listeners in 150 countries around the world. If you like the show and listen to multiple episodes, we'd really appreciate your appreciation with a review or rating. As most of our listeners tune in via Apple podcasts... How to leave a review on Apple Podcasts ① Open the Podcasts app on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. ② Navigate to the page of the Accounting Influencers Podcast. ③

China Stories
[Caixin Global] Why an external investigation will better root out gang crime in Tangshan

China Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 6:58


Designating public security officials from another city to look into the brutal attack on women in the northern Chinese city could prevent local interference.Read the article by Zhou Dongxu: https://www.caixinglobal.com/2022-06-14/opinion-why-an-external-investigation-will-better-root-out-gang-crime-in-tangshan-101899060.htmlNarrated by Nandini Venkata.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Sfas Emes Podcast
Seeking Equanimity

Sfas Emes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 17:53


External and internal factors can impact our lives careers spiritual practice. Through using the example of Aaron The High Priest, the Sfas Emes teaches how to seek equanimity in life and Spirituality.

Welcome to the Arena
James Foster, CEO at ZeroFOX — Heading Off Hackers : Why external cybersecurity is not just a defensive sport

Welcome to the Arena

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 27:05


Summary:As threat volume and complexity grows, cyber attacks are quickly becoming one of the biggest concerns facing companies today. When the pandemic accelerated the shift towards digital, and employees around the world began logging in to work from anywhere, the threat of data being compromised only deepened. This is a big problem, not only for businesses, but for the stakeholders who put their trust in them. Cybercriminals are getting bolder, and cyber risks are always evolving. To protect your organization, you need a solution that evolves alongside the threat. Today's guest is doing the critically important work of developing effective cybersecurity solutions. James C. Foster is a world-renowned thought leader on cybersecurity, and founder and CEO of ZeroFOX. Foster has published over a dozen books, holds several patents, and has spoken on Capitol Hill about the increase in international cyber threats. Prior to founding ZeroFOX in 2013, Foster founded the cybersecurity company Ciphent which he grew to almost a hundred employees and a thousand customer before it was acquired by Accuvant in 2010. He's also worked with several high-growth cybersecurity organizations and executed on exit strategies for companies like  Foundstone, Guardent, and Information Security Magazine, and as an advisor for the United States Department of Defense.In this episode, I speak with Foster about pressing external cybersecurity concerns, ZeroFOX's recent public transaction with L&F Acquisition Corp, and where he sees market opportunity in the coming years.Highlights: Foster explains external cybersecurity, and how ZeroFOX works to eradicate those risks for businesses (02:52) Foster describes the effects the pandemic and the ongoing shift towards digital have had on the business (05:46) What is the market opportunity for external cybersecurity? (07:14) Foster explains the rate of cyberattack in recent years, and how a company like ZeroFOX can help ease the minds of execs (08:55) ZeroFOX's public transaction with L&F Acquisition Corp, and their acquisition of IDX (12:37) Foster talks through ZeroFOX's recurring revenue model (18:22) Who are ZeroFOX's clients, and where do they see opportunity in the market for expansion?(20:02) Foster comments on the way global events like Russia's invasion of Ukraine affect cybersecurity around the world (22:22) Links:ICR TwitterICR LinkedInICR WebsiteJames C. Foster LinkedInJames C. Foster TwitterJames C. Foster BioZeroFOX LinkedInZeroFOX WebsiteFeedback:If you have questions about the show, or have a topic in mind you'd like discussed in future episodes, email our producer, elizabeth@lowerstreet.co.

ThyGap Podcast
Control - It's Not Easy! | #83

ThyGap Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 26:55


Instagram: @_ThyGap |Twitter: @ThyGap |Email: mindthygap@gmail.com |MetaFace: @#$%^ |Where you follow, who you share with, is all in your control. 

The ADHD Smarter Parenting's Podcast
Ep #191: Using the SODAS Method to motivate your child

The ADHD Smarter Parenting's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 14:52


Have you ever tried to get your child to clean their room, and they aren't interested, and that lack of interest causes tension, and you don't want all that tension? Motiving your child can be incredibly frustrating. The SODAS Method can make helping your child easier. Everyone is either motivated by intrinsic or external factors. When we do something because we like doing that activity, that is called intrinsic motivation. External motivation is when we don't necessarily like doing the action but want what comes from it. For example, we may not enjoy studying for a test, but we like the grade we get when we do. Understanding how and what motivates our children can make a world of difference--especially when it comes to having them do things they may not like or want to do. It's why we love using the SODAS Method, as it helps us determine what the best way to motivate our children is. The SODAS Method can be tailored to specific situations and children as each child is different in what will encourage them. You may have a child who will do homework without external motivation because they like the process of learning. In contrast, you may have a child who needs external motivation because the learning process isn't enough. You can find more about the SODAS Method on the Smarter Parenting website. https://www.smarterparenting.com/skills/decision-making-sodas-method/

Adapting Resiliently
External Identity and Choosing Joy

Adapting Resiliently

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 15:09


Aubrey Mast is your host. She has over 15 years of experience in health and wellness, nutrition, public health, herbalism, culinary preparation,  life coaching, and teaching. She supports integrative medicine and incorporates mind-body medicine as a way of healing the mind, body, and spirit. She shares information on resiliency,  immune function, inflammation, and personal empowerment. Her website https://www.adaptingresiliently.com/  includes her book, sessions, and courses. The https://linktr.ee/aubreycmast includes all other offerings Aubrey puts into the world. You are always welcome and encouraged to share what arises for you;  adaptingresiliently@gmail.com 

Dad Bod WOD Podcast
Not All Transformations Are External

Dad Bod WOD Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 16:26


#107 - Who do you need to become internally in order to actually achieve the results you want to achieve externally? If you're interested in getting support along your health and fitness journey, you can fill out this questionnaire here and I'll be in touch!Click Here to Fill Out the QuestionnaireOr Just shoot me an email at Kevin@DadBodWOD.net or a DM on Instagram!Links:FREE Dad Bod WOD Community Facebook GroupTen Thousand Apparel CodeL TORRESIce Age Meals Code: KevinTorresIAMBare Performance Nutrition Code: TORRES

40 Plus: Real Men. Real Talk.
176: Overcoming External Validation Syndrome – Rick Clemons

40 Plus: Real Men. Real Talk.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 8:09


You do not, do not, do not, need someone elses validation to make your 40+ gay life complete. If you think you do, then that is why so many things are out of balance for you and your life. Let's change that by stepping up to the plate and validating yourself, then anything coming from outside of you is just the icing on the cake. Take a listen and learn how to give yourself that validation. Join Our Live 40 Plus Gay Men, Gay Talk Chats The first Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. Pacific, we gather together on a zoom chat to talk about the stuff us gay gays aren't talking about but should - careers, finances, sex, love, health, coming out - all that stuff that we think we're talking about but aren't. It's fun, it builds community, and you never know when you just might make a great connection or a friend. https://rickclemons.com/mens-chats/ (Click Here To Join The Calls!) P.S. get your free My Bold Life Manifesto, right here - https://rickclemons.com/manifesto/ (rickclemons.com/manifesto/) You can also listen to the podcast on… https://apple.co/2Q4nnbt ()   https://open.spotify.com/show/3D4LvaRQjd5EcHWW4nKmQp ()https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/rick-clemons/forty-plus-real-men-real-talk ()   http://tun.in/pjrug ()https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/40-plus-real-men-real-talk-854094 ()   https://radiopublic.com/40-plus-real-men-real-talk-WoBlp5 ()  

Nice Games Club
Teaching Gamedev to Young People, Again! (with Chris Totten)

Nice Games Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022


It's a sequel to last week's episode! This week, your nice hosts speak with Kent State University animation and game design professor Chris Totten about formal game design education. We get into the details of theory and practice, and discuss how teaching gamedev is both similar and different from other professional and artistic fields. Teaching Gamedev to Young People, Again! Game DesignIRLAn Architectural Approach to Level Design - Christopher W. TottenKudzu -  Pie for Breakfast Studios, itch.ioLa Mancha -  Pie for Breakfast Studios, Board Game GeekGDEX and Origins 2022, June 8-12Chris TottenGuest Professor at Kent State University, author of multiple books on level design, and creative director for "Little Nemo and the Nightmare Fiends." External link TwitterLinkedInLittle Nemo and the Nightmare Fiends

The Dane Moore NBA Podcast
Tim Connelly Joins The Show

The Dane Moore NBA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 19:41


On today's show, Dane is joined by Tim Connelly, the Timberwolves new president of basketball operations. As Connelly ramps up for the draft and free agency, the conversation touches on an array of topics. — Does Denver having the 21st and the Wolves having the 19th pick make the first round selection process easier? — What will the war room environment look like on draft night? — In what ways will having experience in a lead executive role help avoid mistakes? — What are Connelly's areas of expertise (outside of scouting)? — Perception of Anthony Edwards from afar, and how has that perception evolved now as a part of the organization? — Have you seen Ant and Juancho Hernangomez's new movie Hustle? — How can this team address size and physicality this offseason? External growth versus internal growth? — Can Karl-Anthony Towns play power forward next season, next to another more traditional center? For a 14-day free trial of Aura's digital security, sign up at Aura.com/Dane Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Connect & Collaborate
Oil & Gas Update with Lynn Granger, API Colorado - Uptime Logistics

Connect & Collaborate

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 26:55


The price of oil & gas (both natural gas and gasoline) have been noticably increasing. External economic factors are playing the primary role in setting the prices of these commodities on the open global market. Locally though, we all still have some opportunies for positive influence as Doug Draper of ACME Distribution learns in today's insightful discussion with Lynn Granger, Executive Director of API Colorado. In order to help consumers at the pump each day, individuals, businesses, and entire communities can support the good work being done through innovation, sustainable production practices, and stable regulatory environments. Here in Colorado, in fact, we have been able to quadruple production through technology, while simultaneously reducing our emissions by 50% - which is incredible. I'm so proud of our industry, because a lot of folks want to talk about climate change and reducing emissions. Those things are very important - our industry is at the table. And it's not just words, it's actions. Historically, our operators here in the state are able to plug vertical wells and replace them with horizontal wells with hydraulic fracturing that then reduce the footprint of the operations. And so you could go from 100 vertical wells now to maybe 15 or 20 horizontal wells, which is a huge benefit for both emissions and footprint of operations.   Learn more about API at https://www.api.org https://www.linkedin.com/company/americanpetroleuminstitute Follow API Colorado to stay up to date: https://twitter.com/API_Colorado   https://youtu.be/e12ZzHKBHEs https://www.caplogistics.com/uptime-logistics-blog/2022/6/8/api-colorado-lynn-granger-gas-prices-and-policies    

Belk on Business
internal / External Alignment – Episode 144

Belk on Business

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 14:57


Internal / External Alignment – Belk on Business – Episode 144 There will be parallels or alignment between how you conduct your business internally with culture and team and externally with clients if your business is going to strive. Four areas of alignment: 1) How easy is it for clients to do business with you and how easy it for employees to work with you. (communication and technology) Where to you place people in the office so they can communicate easily and work together, how do clients schedule time with you and what platforms do you use) 2) What differentiators are there between you and your competitors in your product and/or service and what differentiators are there in your culture and as an employer? (value, relationship, service). What makes you unique? How do you develop and educate? (Situation with bankers working with clients). How do you innovate? How do you lead (inspiration, empowerment, motivation)? How do you communicate? 3) People do business with you and want to work with you internally and externally because of relationships. This will lead to referrals both from clients and from team members. 4) Does your culture, branding message and execution align? Do they set expectations that are met and exceeded? Subscribe on these platforms: Apple Podcast: https://apple.co/2Zp6hgj Spotify: https://lnkd.in/gcWDnFZ Stitcher: https://bit.ly/34aRgO2 YouTube: https://youtu.be/3butz95x7_g

Show Up and Love
Internal versus External Validation (Required Throwback for Energy Managers)

Show Up and Love

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 18:35


Validation is recognition or acceptance that something or someone is worthy, legitimate, and acceptable. That's why validation, feeling valid, is such a big deal for all of us. When I talk to clients about internal validation, we are talking about a deep, almost profound knowing that who you are, and the feelings, thoughts, and opinions you bring to the table, are valid and worthwhile — without needing to hear it from anybody else. That is internal or self-validation. By contrast, external validation is when that sense of legitimacy and worthiness comes from somewhere/someone/something outside of you — from another person, for instance. Both sources of validation have remarkably positive and immediate effects on our mood because, to us humans and other pack animals, interpersonal acceptance and social legitimacy were factors crucial to our very survival. So, whether our ancestors carried themselves with true confidence or they sought kudos and pats on the back from their peers, the effects inside their brain would have felt equally good: The tribe thinks I am awesome and therefore, I am safe. However, only internal validation offers long-term, sustainable, positive effects on us psychologically and emotionally. Only internal validation serves our well-being over the long haul, and only internal validation builds and reinforces self-confidence. Get more on the Calm AF YouTube channel! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW3GBpWPPwcs36oYBgBVkow

Backcountry Marketing
Aligning Internal Brand and External Brand | Julia LoVecchio | CMH Heli-Skiing and Summer Adventures

Backcountry Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 53:55


Julia LoVecchio is the Director of Marketing at CMH Heli-Skiing and Summer Adventures.  Julia's career has followed a somewhat unique and non-linear path, and as a result she's had the good fortune to gain leadership experience and build management skills across the tourism, hospitality, and communications industries. One element that has remained central to her journey has been a life rooted in the mountains and mountain culture.  In this episode, Cole and Julia discuss: the importance of people feeling like their work matters her transformative experiences in the mountains striking the balance between loyalty and acquisition focusing on where the company is going and so much more! You can catch up with Julia here and keep up with all things CMH here. The Backcountry Marketing Podcast is a production of Port Side Productions.

Innovation Talks
External Innovation in the Chemical Industry with Michael Reubold

Innovation Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 37:40


Michael Reubold is the Publishing Manager and Editor-in-Chief of CHEManager, a business newspaper for the chemical and pharmaceutical industry. CHEManager is under Wiley, a publishing company that focuses on research, education, and technology. With over 25 years of experience in publishing and editing, Michael specializes in editing articles, executing interviews, and moderating conferences [...] The post External Innovation in the Chemical Industry with Michael Reubold appeared first on Sopheon.

Freed Up
Choosing Our Obsession- Inner Beauty vs. External Beauty with Guest ABY

Freed Up

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 28:48


We do get to choose what areas of beauty we will focus on as a priority! So, why not choose to give our most sincere efforts to developing inner beauty since it will never fade away, unlike external beauty? This episode makes the case for centering internal beauty as the beauty gold standard.  Listen in to this discussion with visiting Freed Up Friend ABY (Alicia) as we explore and explain more about the true beauty of a woman's character. If you have thoughts to share or want to have a question answered on the podcast, please reach out to us at: connect@freefilledfavored.com.  We are also available to pray for you if you are experiencing a particular area of struggle in your mental health or faith journey.And as always, you do not walk this path alone. I am walking right alongside you, as well as the rest of the Freed Up friends. Don't forget...God loves you! I love you! And make sure you take care of YOU!Peace & Wellness,Tina L. Robertson, LCSW-SPodcast Host

The Analytic Mind
Power BI External Tool with Greg Deckler - Ep. 38

The Analytic Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 59:17


Analyzing, interpreting, and monitoring data is crucial for a business or an organization, and things have never been easier than using Power BI. Microsoft Power BI creates an analytical environment for monitoring data and sharing reports. It delivers interactive data visualization BI capabilities allowing users to see and share data and insights throughout their organization. In this episode of The Analytic Mind Podcast, Sam McKay interviews Greg Deckler, Vice President (Microsoft) at Fusion Alliance and is also part of the team at Enterprise DNA, helping them move the needle on some great initiatives. Find out many exciting things that are going on with Power BI, tapping on automation and other possible features. Greg Deckler has been a professional technology consultant for over 28 years. He is also a Six-time Microsoft MVP for Data Platform and author of the books Mastering Power BI, Power BI Cookbook, DAX Cookbook, and Learn Power BI. Fusion Alliance creates digital, data, and technology solutions that keep you moving forward, with a team of big-picture thinkers, technology-minded creatives, data scientists, and technical experts coming alongside your team to deliver scalable, future-focused solutions for your most complex goals.

Fertile Me Radio
#38 - [Deep Dive-PCOS] The External and Internal Factors that Cause PCOS...Some of Them Might Surprise You

Fertile Me Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 21:50


In this episode, we continue the conversation about PCOS.  I talk in-depth about the possible causes of PCOS, both external and internal factors.  Some might surprise you.   References: Abbott, D. H., & Dumesic, D. A. (2021). Passing on PCOS: new insights into its epigenetic transmission. Cell Metabolism, 33(3), 463–466. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cmet.2021.02.008 Parker, J., O'Brien, C., Hawrelak, J., & Gersh, F. L. (2022). Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: An evolutionary adaptation to lifestyle and the environment. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19(3), 1336. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph19031336 Sadeghi, H. M., Adeli, I., Calina, D., Docea, A. O., Mousavi, T., Daniali, M., Nikfar, S., Tsatsakis, A., & Abdollahi, M. (2022). Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: A comprehensive review of pathogenesis, management, and drug repurposing. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 23(2), 583. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijms23020583 Szczuko, M., Kikut, J., Szczuko, U., Szydłowska, I., Nawrocka-Rutkowska, J., Ziętek, M., Verbanac, D., & Saso, L. (2021). Nutrition strategy and life style in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome-narrative review. Nutrients, 13(7), 2452. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu13072452 Valdes, A. M., Walter, J., Segal, E., & Spector, T. D. (2018). Role of the gut microbiota in nutrition and health. BMJ (Clinical research ed.), 361, k2179. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.k2179

HVAC School - For Techs, By Techs
Distributors and External Equalizers - Short #146

HVAC School - For Techs, By Techs

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 10:12


In this short podcast, Bryan talks about distributors and external equalizers and why we need to use them together. When older Carrier heat pumps (with pistons) would run in heat mode, the metering device would be outside. In those cases, the port on the liquid line would be on the opposite side of the metering device. So, you wouldn't actually be measuring the liquid line pressure (high-side) if you measured it at that port while the system runs in heat mode. However, that pressure would be higher than the common suction pressure. That's because distributors and distributor tubes also have a pressure drop associated with them AFTER the metering device.  Nowadays, TXV systems have external equalizers, which create an equalizing force inside the valve. The bulb pressure forces the valve open, and the equalizer pushes against that pressure to create a closing force. An internal equalizer would work fine on a system without a distributor or distributor tubes; however, those systems are few and far between. We need an external equalizer on systems with distributors because the pressure at the end of the evaporator coil is significantly lower than the pressure picked up by the valve. Without closing force, the TXV would theoretically force itself all the way open and flood the evaporator coil. External equalizers can get clogged, which results in a pressure buildup during the off cycle and forces the valve closed. They can sometimes get clogged when used on a Schrader port without a Schrader depressor inside the equalizer. Some people attempt to fabricate distributors in the field. It works in some cases, but in many cases, it's best to use an engineered distributor for the best performance and efficiency. The distributors are individually designed to create an individual pressure drop.   If you have an iPhone, subscribe to the podcast HERE, and if you have an Android phone, subscribe HERE. Check out our handy calculators HERE.

The CRA Podcast with Linda Ezuka
How to Leverage Internal Expertise to Drive External Impact

The CRA Podcast with Linda Ezuka

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 6:34


Are you looking to take your community development services to the next level? If so, don't underestimate the breadth and depth of internal expertise that lies right at your fingertips. Your bank is likely full of subject-matter experts that can enhance your existing services or perhaps even build out an entirely new external partnership.While banks typically engage mortgage officers, lenders, and retail team members with opportunities to teach financial education in the community, other departments have a wealth of technical expertise to offer. Employees' technical expertise in core business functions can result in the creation of deliverables at the end of a short project (i.e. creating a social media strategy, designing a logo, conducting a technology assessment) or can result in actionable recommendations. Think of your employees as pro-bono consultants. For example, consider how you might leverage the internal expertise found in these departments to drive the positive and meaningful impact your organization has on the community. (Ensure the benefitting organization meets one of the four community development purposes!)• Compliance: Serve as a subject-matter expert at a small business fraud prevention workshop or a consumer protection workshop (identify theft, fraud prevention, common types of financial exploitation, etc).• Human Resources: Teach on workforce development topics such as resume prep, interview tips. Serve on an advisory board for a nonprofit focused on financial service career pathways for LMI individuals. Consult with an organization as they develop an employee handbook.• Marketing: Create collateral (brochure, etc.) or a logo pro-bono for a local nonprofit. Help a nonprofit or small business develop a social media strategy.• IT: Serve on an advisory board for a nonprofit focused on financial service career pathways for LMI individuals. Conduct a technology assessment for an organization. Assist with the installation of new software/hardware.• Accounting: Provide assistance on accounting/bookkeeping. Help organizations review internal controls and policies.• Legal: Review contracts, etc. pro bono.CRA Today helps bankers master the Community Reinvestment Act, get exam ready, and change lives through the power of community development.Want to learn the CRA basics? Sign up for CRA Essentials Live! A live webinar with Linda Ezuka that shares everything you need to create a solid foundation for your CRA journey. https://hub.cratoday.com/freewebinarReady to take a deeper dive into the CRA? Join your fellow CRA enthusiasts in the CRA Hub as we navigate regulatory change, study core CRA concepts and connect as community development professionals across the nation.https://cratoday.com/hub/Are you understating your lending performance? Learn the 5 Foundational Steps to Building an Outstanding Community Development Loan Portfolio with an on-demand training workshop.https://cratoday.com/blueprint/CRA Today Website: https://cratoday.com/ Linda Ezuka, LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/linda-ezuka-cra-today/Copyright © 2022 by CRA Today LLC(No claim to original U.S. government material)All rights reserved. No part of this podcast may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, including electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of the author and publisher.This podcast is a periodic publication of CRA Today LLC and is intended to notify and inspire recipients of new developments in the Community Reinvestment Act. It should not be construed as legal advice or legal opinion on any specific facts or circumstances. The contents are intended for general informational purposes only, and you are urged to consult your own attorney concerning your situation and specific legal questions you have.Podcast production and show notes provided by HiveCast.fm

I Heart My Life Show

Have you ever paid attention to the ways your upbringing affects your financial hygiene? Do you catch yourself voicing the same anxieties generations prior projected onto you? Wouldn't you say it dictates the ins and outs of your investments? That is known as your money story, and everybody has one! But if you feel that dreadful scarcity keeps you from a positive financial experience, only you have the power to rewrite that journey to ensure a successful future. Not many people understand just how much financial responsibility is within their power. Honestly, I used to be one of them! If the last three years have taught us anything, it's how much we value our passions and priorities (and how we best support them). External forces may enable our cycle of behaviors, but our complacency results from lacking confidence. And inspirational women like Francesca Holland learned that the best way to conquer that lack is to heal it yourself!  I invited the lovely Francesca onto this IHML Show episode to prove the power of deep inner work on our money mindset! She takes us back to the cusp of COVID times and brings us through her whirlwind transformation, both ups, and downs! I love the insight she brings to this conversation, encouraging us all to embrace our limitations so we can best overcome them. She even discusses the core frameworks from the IHML Money Workshop that educated her on how to reclaim her abundance. Not only has her reenergized money mindset sparked the flame of new habits, but also new work and a whole new life! This episode is for anyone wondering how to be the change they want to see, yet cannot seem to start. It's important to stop suppressing your financial fears and decide to face them head-on. Because if there is anything I want to see you all achieve, it's happily ever after! In This Episode: [1:05] Listen to Francesca take us through her journey the last few years! [4:02] The biggest steps Francesa took to change her life… and her bank account. [7:18] How Francesca began rewriting her money story (and how you can, too)! [10:12] What are the real results of practicing deep inner work? You'd be surprised. [16:27] Francesca shares her perspective on building a relationship with money (thanks to the IHML Money workshop she attended!). [22:43] How the last year and a half has inspired Francesca's vision for future work! Quotes “The first core thing that I did that really changed things for me was  I had to take a hundred percent responsibility. I had to stop blaming society, the economy, my, you know, my college for all the student loan debt, my parents, and get my power back and realize like, I'm the only one who can change this. And so I need to start there, nothing on the outside's gonna change unless, unless I make something change.” — Francesca Holland “If we go to blame, that means we can't actually make any change because we're not taking personal responsibility.”— Francesca Holland “So I had to do something to change it [my money story] and this is an ongoing process. This isn't something where you snap your fingers. But I started telling myself a different story. I started asking myself: all these other people are making money and they're very successful financially, so why not me?” — Francesca Holland “On more of a tactical end, once I did a little bit of the mindset work [and this is painful but] I got really really clear on my current money, reality, like the objective things.” — Francesca Holland “You have to give attention to your money by paying attention to the ins and outs.” — Francesca Holland Links & Resources Follow the I Heart My Life Show on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-heart-my-life-show/id1569047758  Subscribe to the I Heart My Life Show on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/1Zw6fI37FrfVjZMXlMiZZ6 Connect with Emily: Emily Williams Website https://emilywilliams.com/  Emily on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/emilywilliams/  I Heart My Life Website https://www.iheartmylife.com/ I Heart My Life on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/iheartmylife/ I Heart My Life on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/iheartmylifenow I Heart My Life on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/i-heart-my-life/ Join the IHML community to receive exclusive announcements and tips. https://www.iheartmylife.com/newsletter Email: info@iheartmylife.com  Connect with Francesca: Francesca Holland Instagram https://www.instagram.com/francesca_h0lland/ Francesca's Freebies https://linktr.ee/francesca_h0lland

Tellemtiptoldyou
Ep 89 Chasing External Validation Ain't Revolutionary

Tellemtiptoldyou

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 26:01


On the macro- and micro-levels, we fall victim to someone else's agenda when we seek their validation and valuation. In this episode, I share why as long as we seek to be validated by someone else, we'll fail to witness the genius of our people. I'll share how the terror attacks in Buffalo and Texas reveal anti-Black and anti-Latine violence as well as how the words of politicians reveal their own anti-people sentiments. I'll even talk about Juneteenth and its similarity to Memorial Day as I argue that external validation has cost us with these holidays, too. I'd love to here your perspectives on these ideas. You can always email me at drtip@tellemtiptoldyou.com. Key Terms: Racism, History, Black Studies, Juneteenth, Memorial Day

The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice
Ep 194 – Tya Mindset Coach Stacie Clenet: Releasing the need for external validation.

The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 67:00


David is joined by Tya lead coach Stacie Clenet in a discussion about releasing the need for all external validation. David shares about his journey “into the wilderness” once he's out of the matrix and how that shapes his experience with daily life and current events. They also share ten tips to lift yourself out of the matrix and experience daily joy in the Expanded podcast, exclusively on Patreon. Join The Stream of David Community & Support the Stream's Message for Humanity!  Stream of David - Patreon Love The Stream of David? Leave us a review: http://bit.ly/LoveForTSOD

The New Mamas Podcast
46. What it was like having a transverse baby, an ECV procedure, and emotionally healing from a C-section with Des'Rae Matthews

The New Mamas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 32:01


Lina Forrestal sits down with first time mom Des'Rae Matthews as she shares what it was like having a transverse baby and an EVC procedure. Spoiler alert: the EVC procedure wasn't successful and Des'Rae had a C-section. She shares what it was like navigating all of the feelings of trying everything to have her baby come out naturally but then end having a C-section. A transverse baby is when the baby is positioned horizontally in the uterus. An ECV procedure is an "External cephalic version", which is a procedure healthcare providers will use to rotate the baby to head-down in the uterus. Connect with Des'Rae here: https://www.instagram.com/craftroom_creations/ Support the show

Salad With a Side of Fries
Healing Your Body Image (feat. Alexandra Carter)

Salad With a Side of Fries

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 49:20


The Salad With a Side of Fries podcast is hosted by Jenn Trepeck, discussing wellness and weight loss for real life, clearing up the myths, misinformation, bad science & marketing surrounding our nutrition knowledge and the food industry. Let's dive into wellness and weight loss for real life, including drinking, eating out, and skipping the grocery store.On today's episode, Alexandra Carter joins us to discuss body image. Alexandra is a professional actress-turned wellness coach and a certified intuitive eating counselor.  Alexandra shares her own struggles with body image, self-acceptance issues plus tools to help us all in those moments when try on a pair of jeans…and they don't fit. Whether it's preparing for your Summer beach/pool day, your family BBQ or even your regular Instagram feed scroll, the insights and guidance in this episode will be incredibly useful! Tune in to join our conversation about healing body image and finding compassion and understanding for ourselves.  IN THIS EPISODE:●      [03:00] Introducing Alexandra Carter.●      [06:00] Alexandra discusses her experiences as a child actress struggling with body image.  ●      [08:00] Alexandra realized other actors also spent all of their time and energy telling themselves that they weren't good enough.●      [12:00] Start by getting really in tune with what you're thinking and feeling.●      [15:00] How Kristin Neff, the leading voice on self-compassion, breaks down self-compassion into three categories.●      [18:00] How to start tying these dots together.●      [25:00] External factors that make us believe our bodies aren't good enough.●      [30:00] A four-step process to assist us with comparison.●      [35:00] How we experience body image, as if looking through a lens.KEY TAKEAWAYS:●      Body image issues can form for a variety of reasons or from being brought up in certain environments.●      Your inner narrative, the way you speak to yourself, impacts how you see yourself and your body.  ●      There are ways to change your body image, such as having self-compassion and keeping good boundaries when in triggering environments.●      Stop looking through the lens and filtering yourself. Trust that you are a natural phenomenon as much as any beautiful landscape and let yourself live from that place instead of sitting behind the camera. QUOTES:“I didn't think anyone else felt so wrong in their bodies. I didn't see anything wrong with anyone else, I could only see what was wrong with me.” Alexandra Carter“We might try on a pair of pants that don't fit and all of a sudden that means we're lazy or we're disgusting. All of these feelings run through our head, but the truth is, the pants don't fit.” Alexandra CarterRESOURCES:Become A Member of Salad with a Side of FriesJenn's Free Menu PlanA Salad With a Side of FriesA Salad With a Side of Fries InstagramGUEST RESOURCES:Alexandra Carter's Website Alexandra Carter's Instagram30 Days to Self-Acceptance Journal & affirmation prompts freebieGUEST BIO:Alexandra Carter is a Wellness Coach & Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor. Driven by her own struggles with yo-yo dieting cycles & body image issues , and then discovering the incredible potential of intuitive eating and working with a qualified coach -  she drastically changed her life to help more people feel like this! She now helps people stop the endless dieting cycles, find real food freedom using an intuitive eating  & HAES approach, and cultivate real self-love that goes much further than SPA days and bath bombs!

Economics For Business
Ben Ford on Situational Awareness and Managing for Constant Change

Economics For Business

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022


How do businesses actually manage — rather than plan for — continuous change? The increasing adoption of systems thinking in business tells us that the world is changing very fast, and companies need to change at least as fast as their environment in order to thrive. It's comfortable to talk about but hard and uncomfortable to do. Most people prefer to continue to do what they're used to rather than embrace change and constant experimentation. There's a lot to be learned from the military where special forces are trained to specialize in rapid reaction in chaotic or VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) worlds. They face an ever-changing environment (often described as kinetic). They have a very pure evolutionary process: what wins, survives. While the military organization is hierarchical, military operations are flat so that tactical decisions can be made by the people on the ground. While we are anti-war, we can nevertheless recognize that the military has experience and expertise in managing and organizing for continuous change. We can learn from it. There are significant barriers to overcome to implement rapid change management in business. Certainly, the time scales are different. Companies change at an intergenerational pace, one generation of managers (or managerial techniques) learning from the last one. In hierarchical organizations, people reach managerial and executive positions by accumulating experience. By the time they get to their high position in the hierarchy, they have locked in an old mental model. They miss the signals of change and fall back on preconceived ideas and notions and methods. In addition, there is considerable inertia to overcome — a resistance to change that acts as a blocker to agility. It's human nature to resist change. Once a company has established a niche or a market share, it's genuinely hard to abandon the strategy or the tooling or the products and services and the marketing that got them there. To put it in military terms, change is a constant battle. Situational awareness is a set of tools that are transferable from military to business to improve management of change. Situational awareness governs how well your understanding of the world maps to reality. It operates along two perspectives and 3 time frames. Internal situational awareness concerns the orientation of your firm, resources, capacity, the capabilities of your team, morale and so on. External situational awareness concerns markets, competitors, customers, trends, technologies, and all the environmental factors that are subject to change. The three timeframes in military terminology are tactical, operational, and strategic. The tactical timeframe concerns people on the ground in contact with the environment. In business, this can be the sales team or customer service or engineers in direct contact with customers. They're doing implementation work but they are also the sensing mechanism. They may have daily or even hourly cycles for intention to change, making the change, learning from the consequences of the change and moving forward to the next change. They must be empowered, trained and equipped, and confident about their freedom of action and adaptation. The strategic timeframe is the macroeconomic scale of what the firm is trying to achieve for the customer. This frame may be months or years, and dictates how to organize, how to invest, and where to allocate resources. The operational timeframe is between the other two. How does the firm integrate short term implementational excellence with long term strategic engagement with a changing environment? How does the firm integrate all the hourly and daily information coming from the front line with the long-term investments and resource allocation projects? In a software business for example, there may be a trade-off between building new tooling, which takes time, and rapidly delivering products from established tooling. How to apply situational awareness. Actively use the 6-box framework (internal /external perspectives, tactical/ operational/ strategic timeframes. To achieve better alignment of internal / external timeframes, look for mismatches across boundaries in the firm. Do the people working on the front line have the same understanding of the importance of the work as the managers and executives. Does getting thing done seem more difficult than it should be? Are the feedback loops fast? Is the information in the feedback loops spread throughout the firm, through multiple teams, divisions and silos? What's the gap between perceived ideals and actual experience? To implement across three time frames is an exercise in portfolio balancing and active discovery, with a high premium on sensing skills. How much time and resource effort should a firm spend on refining its tooling (the operational timeframe) so that every produced end-product is exactly the same (the tactical timeframe) while keeping an eye out for environmental change, when a future competitor might introduce a faster cheaper product (the strategic timeframe)? As Austrian economics always stresses, there's no objective answer, just subjective learning from experience. For example, Netflix was part of the strategic timeframe that Blockbuster failed to manage. Blockbuster was operating its stores in a proven fashion (tactical) and adding new stores (operational), while rejecting the implications of the Netflix model. Today (May 2021), Netflix shows signs of missing some strategic signals. They made content their focus (tactical) and built original production capability (operational) but may be finding that customer tastes are changing and the appeal of their produced content is in decline (strategic). Similarly, for the last few years, funding has been easy for startups (tactical) and so they have focused on long term market development (strategic) without hitting profit and cash flow milestones (operational). Now that funding is drying up, they are having to shore up their operational capabilities. There are a couple of techniques that are helpful. One is Horizon Scanning: allocating some resources to identifying and picking out future external scenarios that represent potential change or strategic threats and building a response in advance. Another is red team thinking: mapping out future internal failure modes and then working backwards from them to identify the trip wires to look out for, and to nip emerging issues in the bud. The after action review (AAR) is an important element of situational awareness. The AAR is applied not just in the military but in fast change business environments such as agile software development. It's a tool to separate the quality of the decision you made from the outcome of the action that you took. We tend to get attached to our decisions, even if they were based on poor principles. The components of an AAR include: What was expected to happen?What actually happened?What went well and why?What can be improved and how? The discussion must be open and honest without hierarchy or blame. As far as possible, everyone on the team should participate so that all perspectives can be included. The focus is on results and dentification of ways to sustain what was done well as well as the development of recommendations on ways to overcome obstacles. It's really important to identify with high fidelity what happened, because only then is there a good chance to identify new opportunities or trends with equal fidelity. In situations of uncertainty, it's important to identify “what happened” accurately, in order to be able to identify what it means and what it implies for future actions. AAR becomes part of disciplined execution. The Economics For Business community is familiar with the explore/expand method of managing business complexity: explore many options through experimentation and expand (by allocating more resources) those that show good results. Annika Steiber in episode 170 (Mises.org/E4B_170) called this capability “ambidexterity” — combining two logics of business in consistent and reliable execution on one hand and openness to change and exploration on the other. Ben expands this thinking into the concept of disciplined execution. Once a process is proven and is producing reliable results, map it out carefully and then take individual steps or parts of the process and see if they can be further improved, e.g., by automation, without changing the outputs. Processes thus become more resource efficient in producing their output. Always be trying to improve what you already do well. Similarly, once an “explore” project starts to become productive, apply the same continuous improvement standard. Map the process, examine parts that can be improved, and do so part by part so production is maintained and efficiency is increased. All of this change dynamic should be driven from the bottom up. Process improvements, fast responses to feedback loops, experimentation and rapid change are all insurgencies — the established hierarchy and mental models will often find them hard to embrace. Insurgency is a bottom-up dynamic. When transformation is pushed from the top down, it often happens that the territory changes before the consultants have drawn the new map. The hierarchy's role is to provide strong alignment with the orientation of the firm and its culture and vision-mission, alongside loose control of front-line action. Additional Resources "Apply Situational Awareness To Manage Change" (PDF): Mises.org/E4B_171_PDF Ben Ford's website, where you'll find his Mission Control services: MissionCtrl.dev Ben Ford's LinkedIn page, with a lot of presentations and recordings to learn from: Mises.org/E4B_171_LinkedIn

The Jillian Michaels Show
Quieting Internal and External Noise to Find Your Purpose and Live with Passion, with Justin Zorn & Leigh Marz

The Jillian Michaels Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 51:03


Justin Zorn and Leigh Marz teach us how to go beyond the ordinary rules and tools of mindfulness while navigating the noise of the modern world—not just the noise in our ears but also on our screens and in our heads. Drawing on lessons from neuroscience, business, spirituality, politics, and the arts, Marz and Zorn explore why auditory, informational, and internal silence is essential for physical health, mental clarity, ecological sustainability, and a vibrant community.Guest Links:The book: https://astreastrategies.com/golden/Website: https://astreastrategies.comFor 25% off The Fitness App by Jillian Michaels, go to www.thefitnessapp.com/podcastdealFollow us on Instagram @JillianMichaels and @MartiniCindyJillian Michaels Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1880466198675549Email your questions to JillianPodcast@gmail.comSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Optimal Living Daily: Personal Development & Minimalism
2343: Do You Have Internal or External Frame of Reference AND 7 Tips For Preventing Anxiety Attacks by Mariette Jansen

Optimal Living Daily: Personal Development & Minimalism

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 12:03


Mariette Jansen of Dr. Destress shares two short posts covering internal vs. external frames, and how to prevent anxiety attacks Episode 2343: Do You Have Internal or External Frame of Reference AND 7 Tips For Preventing Anxiety Attacks by Mariette Jansen Mariette Jansen, Ph.D., started a successful international corporate career with a Ph.D. in Communication Science at Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht in the Netherlands. After the birth of her first child, she retrained and worked as a psychotherapist. In 2011, the focus of her work changed to coaching and as a result of growing up with a narcissistic mother, this became her topic of interest and expertise. Her best-selling and award-winning self-help book, From Victim to Victor: Narcissism Survival Guide, launched in June 2020 (available via Amazon) and led to her appearance on podcasts, interviews, and speaking engagements. The original posts can be found here: https://drdestress.co.uk/confidence/internal-frame-of-reference/ & https://drdestress.co.uk/anxiety/7-tips-for-preventing-anxiety-attacks-that-you-can-try-today/   Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalLivingDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices