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Rachel Scott (www.rachelyoga.com | @ rachelscottyoga) Teaching yoga teachers | Physical assists | Mixing Ashtanga & Iyengar | Inner breath experience | The role of the teacher | Sage on the stage v guide on the side | Facilitating yoga v creating a show | Skeletal variations | Injuries | Moving in a pain-free motion | Trusting practical wisdom This episode is sponsored by Momence, the booking system we've been using for the last year and highly recommend. Momence is a booking system for online, in-person and hybrid classes and events with packages to fit self-employed teachers to multi-site studios. With Momence, you can: · Manage your class and workshop schedule Organize your appointment types and availability Create marketing and win-back campaigns Organize your on-demand videos and courses See exactly how your business is doing through insightful reporting. Have customers self-check-in via kiosks Sell products and services with a fully integrated point of sale With live support by chat, phone and email Momence is easy to use for yourself and your customers. 2 MONTHS FREE TRAIL: click on the link below for more information or book a demo and quote “Keen on Yoga” https://momence.com/lp/keen-on-yoga Rachel Scott took her first yoga class and was hooked. She enjoyed the practice that got her out of her head and into her body. Yoga became a safe space to feel, challenge myself, and reconnect. Since 2003, she's immersed herself in education and the yoga business: managing studios and teachers. Rachel creates and leads teacher trainings, hires and coaching faculty, auditioning and mentoring teachers. In addition, she creates new programs and workshops, supporting the growth of two multi-location, national yoga companies (Yoga Works and YYoga). Her mission is to share what she knows – about education, yoga, and business – to help teachers and studios elevate their offerings, share their passion, and bring more yoga into the world. ********************************************************* SUPPORT US Donate: https://keenonyoga.com/donate/ Buy us a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/infoRf CONNECT WITH KEEN ON YOGA Instagram Keen on Yoga: https://www.instagram.com/keen_on_yoga/ Instagram Adam Keen: https://www.instagram.com/adam_keen_ashtanga/ Website: https://keenonyoga.com/ MEMBERSHIP https://keenonyoga.com/membership/ Exclusive content, yoga & lifestyle tips, live Zoom meet-ups & more. €10 per month, cancel at any time.
In episode 129 of the Lecture Breakers podcast, Dr. Tara Harvey and Dr. Neil Ward join us to talk about intercultural learning. This is a case study episode, but it's a little different than previous case studies. This time, instead of digging into one specific class, we're going to take a deeper look at a faculty development program and hear from a professor who completed the program and has been transforming the way he works with students. Get the show notes: https://barbihoneycutt.com/LB129
More interesting work in healthcare simulation this month, including some from our friends and colleagues. Before that… A final reminder to register for Sim Reconnect ! – a 1 day seminar at Bond University on the Gold Coast. And – if you're working in translational or systems focused simulation – consider enrolling in the Bond subject Translational Simulation in healthcare, stand alone or as part of a Masters of Healthcare Innovations. Now – the papers! Rao et al. Daily team introductions and simulation education to improve team performance. Great paper from our friends at Logan Hospital, including Sonia Twigg Roze des Ordons et al. Guiding, Intermediating, Facilitating, and Teaching (GIFT): A Conceptual Framework for Simulation Educator Roles in Healthcare Debriefing. From a team of thought leaders in simulation debriefing Tsang et al. Electronic Decision Support in the Delivery Room Using Augmented Reality to Improve Newborn Life Support Guideline Adherence. A Randomized Controlled Pilot Study. New frontiers in tech enabled clinical decision support from a group n the Netherlands Rochlen et al. Sequential Behavioral Analysis: A Novel Approach to Help Understand Clinical Decision-Making Patterns in Extended Reality Simulated Scenarios. More on the intersection of XR and our brains. Happy listening!
Order the Leading Equity Book Today! Bridget Holloman, Ed.D. Dr. Bridget Holloman, a native of Peekskill, NY, has been an educator in the district where she was raised, Peekskill, for well over 20 years. Bridget has taught Pre-Kindergarten, kindergarten, first grade, and second grade. She often loops with a cohort of students, better known as scholars, as she believes having the scholars for two consecutive years allows her to develop the fundamental skills needed for future scholar success! Most recently, Dr. Holloman has been selected as the district's Parent-Family-Community Liaison. Her philosophy is to develop the whole child; all participants in the scholar's life must be involved. Step one is getting the child's parents or guardians to buy into the mindset that “academic excellence is the standard”! Dr. Holloman has an innate calling in her life to be actively involved in the education profession, not only in teaching scholars but in family and community. The words that best describe Dr. Bridget Holloman are passion, perseverance, and commitment. Dr. Holloman holds many degrees; a BA in Sociology from Binghamton University, an MA in Early Childhood Education from Norfolk University, an MEd in Leadership from Bank Street College of Education, and an EdD in Educational Leadership Administration and Policy from Fordham University. She enjoys reading, traveling, shopping, exercising, eating (salad), and spending time with her friends and family in her free time. Show Highlights Being culturally responsive at home Book study What's the point of the book study Classroom environments Facilitating a brave space Accountability outside of the book study time Pre and Post results After the book study Connect with Bridget Email Improving Literacy for Elementary School Black Boys Through Culturally Responsive Pedagogy and Professional Learning Communities Additional Resources Book Dr. Eakins Watch The Art of Advocacy Show Learn more about our Student Affinity Groups Free Course on Implicit Bias 20 Diversity Equity and Inclusion Activities FREE AUDIO COURSE: Race, Advocacy, and Social Justice Studies
Ishita Sharma serves as a mentor, mirror and activator to those who wish to better our world, starting within. She helps them embody their truest purpose while rising beyond ego-centric paradigms. Ishita's work is the expression of her deepest realizations, and an invitation into your own. Come to Center is fueled by her wish to realize a world that lives from enlightened awareness. To join her next iteration of Murmurations, starting November 10th, 2022, please follow this link: cometocenter.com/groupintensive Ishita has guided leaders from Google, Harvard, MIT, Silicon Valley startups and global multinationals. Clients come to her to grow and heal through their deepest challenges and longings while held in their perfect wholeness. Her students and clients include spiritual teachers and seekers, CEOs, healers, scientists, therapists, coaches, & artists…Drawing on her own direct experience and a cultivated capacity to attune to her clients' nervous systems, she points every one of them back to their center. Ishita sees her role here as a bridge between cultures, paradigms and dimensions- marrying western intellect and eastern spirit through the wisdom of the human heart and body. Contending the future of humanity hinges upon healing division within and between us, Ishita supports individuals and groups alike to wake up, step up and show up together for the world we wish to see. Additionally, I'll be donating to and raising awareness for the charity or organization of my guest's choice with each episode now. This episode, the charity is Free The Slaves. Any and all donations make a difference! You can connect with Ishita on: Website Instagram LinkedIn To connect with me: Interested in working with me as your coach? Book a complimentary 15 minute call here. LinkedIn Instagram Website Subscribe to my weekly newsletter YouTube Please leave a review for this podcast on Apple Podcasts! Resources/People Mentioned: Man's Search for Meaning - Viktor Frankl Michael Stern Yotam Schachter Core Energetics
K-12 Learning Management Systems (LMS) are pushing the boundaries of what educators can achieve in the classroom. We got a chance to talk with Todd Cofer, Sr. Platform Manager at Savvas Learning, to discuss the evolution of the K-12 LMS, how it facilitated learning during the pandemic, and what features and tools educators can take advantage of to maximize their instruction.
Utah Valley University is at the heart of Utah Valley and has really become a gathering place for leaders, not just in Utah, but across the world. President Astrid Tuminez joins Boyd to discuss what's gone here that's attracting so many business and community leaders. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Todd Christensen is an author, podcaster, speaker, Accredited Financial Counselor®, certified HUD housing counselor, and education manager at Money Fit by DRS. He has facilitated thousands of personal finance workshops and one-on-one counseling sessions since 2004, helping consumers of all backgrounds and income levels regain control of their finances, get out of debt, rebuild their credit, and create a brighter financial future. He published Everyday Money for Everyday People in 2014 and 50+ on FIRE in 2021. Listen & Subscribe on: iTunes / Stitcher / Podbean / Overcast / Spotify Contact Info Company: MoneyFit by DRS Website: www.moneyfit.org/academy Podcast: The Money Fit Show Book: Everyday Money for Everyday People (Everyday Money Series) Book: 50+ on FIRE: The Secrets to Starting Financial Independence in Your Fifties and STILL Retire Early Book: Leading the Awesome: 9 Steps to Facilitating an Effective Strategic Planning Session (Stress Less Strategy Book 2) Most Influential Person Larry, his mentor Effect on Emotions Whenever I am mindful of where I'm at and where I'm going, I just feel more empowered. The less that I do, the anxiety is just not there. In fact, there's a little more excitement and energy to actually get where I want to be. Thoughts on Breathing I'm a big believer in breathing. It's how I fall asleep at night. There are times when I would sit in bed and if I get really anxious or nervous, or if there's something going on the next day, I would just focus on the standard breathing. I think it was in Karate Kid where he learns how to read that block of ice and I just thought that's kind of goofy. I remember thinking, I'm just gonna breathe and that was the first time I ever started focusing on breathing. Everybody has moments of anxiousness or nervousness. And when I play the piano, whether it's in front of a church or for whatever, I have to remember, if I don't breathe, my leg starts to bounce up and down like that. I don't need that going on. I'm a big believer in breathing properly, mindful breathing, Suggested Resources Book: The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America's Rich Book: Everyday Money for Everyday People (Everyday Money Series) Book: 50+ on FIRE: The Secrets to Starting Financial Independence in Your Fifties and STILL Retire Early Book: Leading the Awesome: 9 Steps to Facilitating an Effective Strategic Planning Session (Stress Less Strategy Book 2) App: Smart Watch Bullying Story There were some friends when we were in fourth grade. We noticed there were five kids that were going to a bus and catching a bus, they'd come to our school and then catch another bus to another school, and they'd have to wait around for 15 or 20 minutes. They were not part of our group; they were different. And it led to fighting just for a week or so. It was something in mindfulness if we had even stopped to think that these are kids just going to another school and they live in our neighborhoods and the fear that some of them may have when we started seeing something, especially in fights, just waiting for a bus trying to mind their own business, the fear that they must have had to come to school, it hurts. One positive out of that is one of the kids that I remember; he ended up coming to our school three years later and became one of our best friends. Related Episodes Mindfulness In A World Of Tech; William A. Adams Mindful Money Abundance with Morgana Rae Reboot Your Mind So Money Will Flow; Nana Jokura Special Offer Are you experiencing anxiety & stress? Peace is within your grasp. I'm Bruce Langford, a practicing coach, and hypnotist helping fast-track people just like you to shed their inner bully and move forward with confidence. Book a Free Coaching Session to get you on the road to a more satisfying life, feeling grounded and focused. Send me an email at email@example.com with ‘Coaching Session' in the subject line. We'll set up a zoom call and talk about how you can move forward to a better life.
Today's special episode features part 2 of a platinum-level coaching call Cameron Herold had with his coaching clients, with an in-depth analysis covering various topics from casting your vision to bringing the best out of your projects. This episode continues on its offering to bring clarity with real-life examples as told through the experiences of […] The post Ep. 236 – Facilitating Leadership & Growth – Part 2 With Cameron Herold appeared first on COO Alliance.
In the final part of our conversation with Dr. David Hubert, our guest talks about the cost of going to college, the utility of the credentials, and the preparation for being an engaged citizen. Dr. David, professor of Political Science and Associate Provost of Learning Advancement at Salt Lake Community College (SLCC), finalizes this three-part episode discussing education and its funding: - The value of college education - 00:00 - Facilitating upward mobility index with a better higher education - 08:28 - The benefits of Open Education Resources (OERs) initiatives - 11:34 - Lowering the cost of college with open content development- 20:23 - And a lot more... Links to Dr. David Hubert's OER can be found here: https://slcc.pressbooks.pub/attenuateddemocracy/ His SLCC's ePortfolio information is here: https://www.slcc.edu/eportfolio For more information about this podcast, please visit our podcast website using the link below: https://buff.ly/3SWPJDV Listen on Apple Podcasts using the link below: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/digication-scholars-conversations/id1538850043 Follow us on Social Media! Twitter: https://buff.ly/3SXhzQH Facebook: https://buff.ly/3T0FtdZ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/makelearningvisible/ Digication is a technology platform powering the most innovative ePortfolio programs in K-12 and higher education. Please visit our website at https://buff.ly/3rMBqWy #DigicationScholars #slcc #communitycollege #pedagogia #edtech #oer
Facilitating access to care for patients is focused on ensuring timely, necessary, and appropriate health care services. Improving access to care is a strategic priority for most health systems and a challenge for nearly all. The Association of American Medical Colleges and Vizient recently collaborated on a study regarding a patient-centered approach to optimizing ambulatory access. Guests on this episode discuss those findings and insights from ambulatory care leaders, physicians, and staff in five academic medical centers whose organization's access performance has been outstanding. Guest Speakers: Nicole Spatafora, MS-HSM AVP, Performance Improvement PI Collaboratives Vizient Danielle Carder, MSC Senior Program Specialist, Access & Clinical Innovations Association of American Medical Colleges Moderator: Courtney Furrow-White, MPM, RN Senior Performance Improvement Program Director Vizient Show Notes: [01:28] General findings from the project, including primary drivers of success. [04:12] More details about what the framework. [04:56] The role engaged leadership plays in success. [06:03] Supporting foundational leadership and culture with organization-wide structure and standard processes. [07:08] Actionable data and analytics. [09:43] Optimizing care delivery. [11:50] The role of workforce engagement in reducing turnover and burnout. [13:28] Leveraging technology. [16:36] Summary of the project findings. [17:44] Recommendations for organizations that want to incorporate this framework. Subscribe Today! Apple Podcasts Amazon Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Android Stitcher RSS Feed
Today's special episode features a platinum-level coaching call Cameron Herold had with his coaching clients, with an in-depth analysis covering various topics from casting your vision to bringing the best out of your projects. This episode gives great clarity with real-life examples as told through the experiences of the other guests on this call. You'll […] The post Facilitating Leadership & Growth – Part 1 With Cameron Herold appeared first on COO Alliance.
There is no greater job or purpose of a national government than protecting us from foreigners who would do us harm. Yet the government is facilitating the invasion in ways you don't even hear about on the news. I'm joined by Sean Kennedy, a crime expert with the Maryland Public Policy Institute, who has debunked a long-advertised study purporting to show that illegal aliens commit fewer crimes than the general population. In fact, the opposite is true. He got the real data from the Texas government that shows they commit more violent crimes, especially sex offenses. States need to put out better data to drive a narrative that will lead to red states taking the lead on deportations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome back! This week we are joined by Lauren and Georgia from Big Kid's Table! They seek to liberate, educate, empower, and reveal the heart of God within sex, sexual desire, and relationships. Talking about God and sex doesn't have to be so hard because sex is good, and so is God. They lead workshops in schools and churches in order to open a conversation and we couldn't be more excited to have them on the podcast. You can find them @bigkidstable.au and you can find us @theholyship.podcast and firstname.lastname@example.org
For companies to successfully implement new technologies into their current processes, they must first give their team members the tools they need to understand and implement them. In this episode, Global Business Transformation Officer at Sidel Marco Piccio shares how he has helped businesses across industries shift towards a person-first culture of agility that allows for steady, sustainable growth. Join us as we discuss: - Mixing empathy with methodology - Communicating a vision across teams - Facilitating training and feedback
This week's podcast uses last week's matches to discuss why United struggle to dominate games, how to help Sancho find form, and Martial's injury woes. We also looked at Newcastle's vibrant squad and the future of Harry Maguire.
Technology Solutions Consultant Jonathan Belair out of Phoenix, Arizona, speaks about the importance of using technology to support your RMD tasks. Hear the significance that your CMS and an online scheduler can play in simplfying the process. Jonathan also describes the onboarding process and running reports.
This episode is for all Scrum Masters who want to be excellent at facilitating Scrum events and meetings in general . Don't forget to send a message (Info@unpuzzledinc.com) if you want me to discuss your topic in any of my episodes Enjoy and please leave a review thank you
Alex Kouts joins The Great Battlefield podcast to talk about his career as a tech entrepreneur and founding Indigov, a relations tool that allows constituents to connect with elected officials and vice versa.
Joining me this week for today's special learning nuggets episode is super-facilitator Gwyn Wansbrough.Gwyn is an independent Facilitator, Learning Experience Designer, and Course Creator. She focuses on empowering educators and team leaders with the skills to make learning and facilitating meetings more creative. Her focus is on human-centered learning, with an emphasis on group learning. She specializes in crafting group experiences that lead to deep, significant breakthroughs.I can't emphasize enough how important it is to have expert facilitation of the live experiences. These are the make-or-break components of any cohort learning experience. And we have learned so much from working with Gwyn in making these high-impact, highly engaging, and highly transformational experiences.In this learning nugget episode, Gwyn is going to lead us through how to craft these truly transformational facilitated experiences. She offers deep insight gleaned from her years of field experience, and directly answers the burning questions that I know many of you have.So, without further ado, please sit back and enjoy my conversation with Gwyn Wansbrough.
Expecting the Unexpected & Learning to Pivot – The Verdict with Tom Feher Episode 10 Joseph Limbaugh has over 30 years of professional Improv and Theatre experience. He was one of the original founders of Dad's Garage Theatre in Atlanta Georgia and was the Improv Director there for 4 years, he taught professionally at NYFA (The New York Film Academy) in Los Angeles, and was the head of the Improv school and sketch program at the ACME Comedy Theatre in Los Angeles. Brian Breiter is a civil trial lawyer practicing since 1995 in the area of Plaintiff's Personal Injury. He uses his skills as a professional actor for 30 years in the courtroom and depositions like no other in his field. Brian has performed over a 1,000 improvisation shows with ACME Comedy Theater, The Groundlings, Second City Los Angeles, Improv Theater, UCB, IO West, Westside Comedy Theater, Laughing Gas as well as others. Brian is a founding member of The Liquid Radio Players an improvised 1940's Radio Show. That is what you see on the surface. Listen to this episode of The Verdict where we dive deeper! In this episode: -How to develop greater awareness of non-verbal communication -Facilitating a deeper connection and understanding of people through body language and tone -Overcoming stage fright -Presenting facts and client stories in a compelling way -How to effectively think on your feet in the courtroom I hope you enjoyed the episode! Improv for Trial was so generous to share their story and give us some insight into improv in the courtroom Please let me know your thoughts! Connect with Improv for Trial: Website: www.improvfortrial.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/improvfortrial Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ImprovForTrial Connect with Tom Feher: Website: www.feherlawfirm.com Facebook: @feherlaw Instagram: @feherlawapc Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This mixed-methods study identified goals, strategies, barriers and enablers of longitudinal learning and caregiving. Findings are situated within the framework of relational learning and can inform faculty development. Read the accompanying article to this podcast: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/medu.14842
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Will Tom Thibodeau experiment more this preseason? Will Julius Randle live up to his promise of playing faster? Could Obi Toppin and Isaiah Hartenstein form the most entertaining bench duo in the league? Will Cam Reddish even get a chance? Gavin Schall answers those questions and a bunch more on this edition of Locked On Knicks. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the qualified candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONNBA PrizePicks First time users can receive a 100% instant deposit match up to $100 with promo code LOCKEDON. That's PrizePicks.com – promo code; LOCKEDON #Knicks #NewYorkKnicks #NBA Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sponsor: FlexiSpot.com Save $20 on the Pro Plus Standing Desk (E7) when you use offer code shifting20 at checkout. Guest: Nancy Lhoest-Squicciarini After 36 years of working in schools, I continue to wake up each day passionate, enthusiastic and proud to be an educator. My goal is to facilitate teams to elevate their collective wisdom to positively impact student learning. I am a motivated and personable professional who has the ability to successfully implement and facilitate a range of learning opportunities and experiences. Links: Nancy's Twitter Nancy's LinkedIn
Originally a professional ballet dancer, Kathryn was born in Melbourne, Australia in 1968 and came to Europe as such in 1987. She worked with Ismael Ivo in Vienna and spent some years with Tanz Theater Hamburg, but after the experience she had in her first Feldenkrais Workshop - which she shares with us in this podcast interview - she immediately knew that she had found her true calling. From 1995-1999 she participated in her first Feldenkrais Training, Ubbergen 6, taught by Mia Segal. She has been a passionate and dedicated Feldenkrais teacher ever since and works extensively in her own practice in Hamburg, as well as internationally as an Assistant within Feldenkrais Professional Training Programs. Kathryn is also active in the German guild and believes service to the community to be an essential part of professional practice. With over 20 years of experience, Kathryn is committed to contributing to and supporting processes of reflection and development for students, teachers, graduates and Trainings in an international, modern day context. But most of all, she is passionate about learning and movement, and fascinated by the way this wonderful method can be used as a means for growth and personal development. Kathryn hopes to inspire with her authenticity and enthusiasm. Find out more about classes, lessons and public workshops with Kathryn, as well as Advanced Trainings and other offers for Feldenkrais practitioners here: https://feldenkrais-humecook.de/en/ https://www.instagram.com/feldenkrais.kathryn.humecook/ 00:00 Introduction 00:54 Talking about my beginnings as a ballet dancer in Australia 02:45 How I ended up in Hamburg 06:10 How personal connections influence the path of our lives 06:49 How I came to participate in my first Feldenkrais Workshop 07:59 About my early definitions of myself as a dancer vs. as a teacher 10:07 The specific realisation I had in that first Feldenkrais workshop 13:54 What the Feldenkrais Method means to me personally 16:55 Attempting to "correct" onesself vs. noticing how to stop "disturbing" onesself 19:30 My first experience of a Functional Integration lesson 23:05 About my first Training with Mia Segal 26:41 My experience of other Trainings during the so-called crossover process 30:28 Which factors might play a role when chosing a Feldenkrais Training to join? 33:39 The importance I place on experiencing lots of different Trainers and Trainings 40:49 My involvement in voluntary work for the Feldenkrais Community 46:22 How my passion for facilitating learning has led me to be involved in Teacher Trainings 51:16 About teaching Advanced Trainings and an upcoming project with colleague Jaime Polanco 56:40 Creating opportunities for Feldenkrais teachers to experience "real life conditions" 01:00:35 About adapting our understanding to the individual needs of a person 01:03:32 "Unravelling" things for the students and some Infos about the workshop in Madrid 01:04:26 Current offers for the public, changes since covid 01:08:26 Functional Integration lessons in Hamburg 01:09:44 Ways to connect with me 01:10:55 About the podcast
Kendra Black (City and County of Denver), Lauren Faber O'Connor (City of Los Angeles), Christie Gamble (CarbonCure Technologies), and Brandi DeCarli (Farm From a Box) use their public and private sector experiences to explain how communities and organizations can work together to innovatively address challenges posed by climate change. This discussion was recorded during the “Facilitating Climate Innovation” session of The Innovation Station ROAD TRIP: Chicago, a virtual event convened by S/GWI and the State Department Intergovernmental Affairs Team on July 26, 2022, and is moderated by Dr. Aubrey Paris, S/GWI Policy Advisor. (The views expressed in this episode are those of the featured innovators and do not necessarily reflect the views of S/GWI, the Department of State, or the U.S. Government.)
Greg discusses harmonizing our observations of nature with Scripture, talks about a billboard that uses a Bible verse to advertise getting an abortion in California, then answers questions about David saying he sinned only against God and whether desires can be sinful, not just actions. Topics: Commentary: All truth is God's truth. (00:00) Commentary: Does loving our neighbor entail facilitating abortions? (09:00) Why does David say, “Against you only have I sinned,” in Psalm 51? (31:00) What do you think of the phrase “Attractions are not actions”? (42:00) Is it really the case that if you don't act on homosexual feelings, then they're not sinful, or are thoughts sins? (42:00) Mentioned on the Show: Billboard in Mississippi advertising getting an abortion in California Related Links: Have Grace for Fellow Christians on the Age of the Earth by Amy Hall Are We Accountable for Unchosen Sinful Desires? by Alan Shlemon
The Data Storytellers Podcast S02E43: Jane Urban - Senior Director of Commercial Data Management & Strategy at Takeda Website: https://www.thedatastorytellers.com/ (https://www.thedatastorytellers.com/) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-data-storytellers (https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-data-storytellers) 00:00 Intro 02:23 Data analytics today 04:35 Opportunities in data 06:46 Gaining more influence 08:24 Useful attitudes for influence 11:05 Soft skills 14:01 Impactful storytelling examples 19:15 Transformation challenges 25:06 Data-drivenness 31:18 Facilitating trust 34:43 Raising awareness in the organisation 37:41 Jane's role 42:25 What Jane loves about data 45:06 Advice to aspiring data leaders
Illumio's CFO Anup Singh chats with Alex Song on the podcast this week about strategies for finance leaders to manage their business efficiently during market volatility, IPOs, and M&As.His insights come from the leadership positions he's held at a wide range of companies, including Anaplan, Nimble Storage, Clearwell Systems, Warranty Corporation of America, and others. Notably, Anup led the $410m sale of Clearwell Systems to Symantec and the $1.4bn sale of Nimble Storage to HP.Key takeaways Ensure you have liquidity: three to four years of cash on your balance sheet. With this buffer, there should be an opportunity to innovate on and expand your business during challenging times.“Depending on the depth and duration of that recession, it impacts everybody because you will hear that deals take longer to close, or maybe they're slipping from one quarter to another. The customers that we have obviously are very cautious regarding the money they have to spend, the budgets, and so forth. And so we are very careful in terms of the metrics” Regardless of the economic environment, a CFO should support the business, control the financial model, automate processes, and build a scalable business infrastructure and a world-class team. Before an IPO, have scalable processes inside your business, a great set of advisors to help you on the journey, and clean audits and financials. Do your homework, learn about the process, hire people with IPO experience, and understand how to forecast effectively. “The IPO is a transaction. It is just a milestone along the journey of growing and building a business, which is the most important thing. I guess employees and executives should consider that, sure, you go to bed the night before the IPO, but as a private company, you wake up the next day, and you become a public company, and you're trading your stock every day. But that's when the hard work really starts”Facilitating an M&A process starts by managing best-in-class financial operations and ensuring that your audits build confidence for the acquirer and reduce risk from the process. Emphasize your competitive advantage and leverage this during negotiations. “You should never try to build and manage a company for sale. Ideally, your company should be acquired. It shouldn't be sold. And there's a distinctive difference between these two. You can smoothen that process by managing best-in-class operations, just having a clean house and clean shop, and ensuring that your audits are clean too”Learn more about Anup: Anup Singh on LinkedIn Illumio's LinkedIn Illumio's Website For more episodes from Recession-Proof, check us out on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and our RSS or your favorite podcast player.Instructions on how to follow, rate, and review Recession-Proof are here.
About David:David Doerrier works with trainers, facilitators, sales organizations, and other presenters that are struggling to engage and impact their audience. The lack of engagement in any presentation will cause your audience to tune out, forget you and your message, and will undoubtedly not buy from you or take a next step.As an expert in the adult learning theory, David works with his clients to incorporate eight simple principles that are guaranteed to motivate any audience to listen, act, and be more likely to retain your information, take a next step, and purchase your product or service.David is a seasoned Toastmaster, proficient Instructional Designer, Train the Trainer and Facilitation expert, voiceover artist, classroom facilitator and professional Santa Claus.What you will learn:1. What is the adult learning theory?2. Why should presenters be familiar with the adult learning theory?3. How has your background prepared you for this business?4. Based on your experience, where do many presenters struggle the most?5. Define Audience Engagement6. How did you end up in the business of helping presenters connect with their audience?7. Who is your ideal client?8. What do you love about coaching and training others?How to contact David: LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/daviddoerrierWebsites:presentyourwaytosuccess.com/ (Company Website)elearningvoiceover.com/ (Company Website)santahohoho.com (Company Website)CLIRadio.com (Internet Radio Station)Twitter: @PYWTSuccessMobile: 404-291-0034Email: David@PYWTSuccess.com Support the show
00:00 Intro 02:21 Key challenges in data analytics today 04:29 Data science compared to Renier's earlier roles 06:55 Key aspects of influence in big organisations 11:00 Facilitating change 13:58 Key qualities of a data transformation leader 19:07 Implementable sales and marketing skills 24:18 Sales skills for evangelising data 30:11 Getting closer to consumers
Back in 2014, I decided to hyper-niche my facilitation skillset into the panel moderation world. Moderating a panel is, quite simply, a very specific type of facilitation. So what's the difference between moderating and facilitating an event?
Many teachers (and instructional coaches) dread data meetings. They can be long, unproductive, and make teachers feel defensive about their students' performance. But data meetings don't have to be this way! If we approach them with a different mindset, they can be a powerful tool for driving instruction and student learning. On this episode, I talk about facilitating a data PLC and how coaches can help teachers make meaning of data. You'll learn seven steps for a successful data meeting, what data to use, and how to keep teachers focused on student growth. Listen now for all the details! -Chrissy Beltran Buzzing with Ms. B Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/buzzingwithmsb/ Buzzing with Ms. B TpT - https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Chrissy-Beltran-Buzzing-With-Ms-B The Coaching Podcast Show Notes - http://BUZZINGWITHMSB.COM/Episode120 Thank you for listening to Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast. If you love the show, share it with a coach who would love it too, subscribe to this podcast, or leave me a review on iTunes! It's free and it helps others find this show, too. Happy coaching! Podcast produced by Fernie Ceniceros
Did you know that 70% of change initiatives with new programs/systems will fail due to a lack of leadership commitment? I want to focus on mentor/mentee and apprenticeship programs, which are most critical to our industry's survival. You can lose your way without processes, procedures, and accountability to mold your apprentice into your shop. Too much talk and not enough action is the breakdown. Luckily for you, my guest, Marc Brune, has a program focused on helping businesses develop entry-level technician mentoring programs with the tech shortage in mind. Marc Brune, Business Development Manager, https://mentormentee.com/ (mentormentee.com ) Key Talking Points 3 key people- manager, mentor, mentee People are looking for a plan and someone to help along the path Preparing for business before entry-level candidate comes on board- do you have the right culture for a positive mentor-mentee atmosphere? Who will be the best person to step in (manager) and mentor (can multitask) Mentor- teaches not only automotive but also speaks the culture of the shop Mentoring vs. teaching- teaching is 1-way street, and mentoring is a 2-way street Assessment- 15 different categories, ranked in order of importance Educate- set expectations for each role Execution- have mentee and plan Plan- having a repeatable plan Online course specific for each role- 3 hours each Facilitating growth- offers ASE task lists used in ASE accredited program Soft skills- customers are a part of your business Setting goals- mentor and mentee can set specific goals with dates and be able to adjust Recruit- “the important things are never urgent, and the urgent things are never important.” Have the recruiting mindset. Execute- daily on the job training plan for mentees and track progress Analyze and reward- get the data flowing on how the mentor/mentee progressing. Build incentives for growth with both mentor/mentee. Don't let your mentors go red in their pay. https://mentormentee.com/ (mentormentee.com ) Connect with the Podcast: https://aftermarketradionetwork.com/ (Aftermarket Radio Network) http://youtube.com/carmcapriotto (Subscribe on YouTube) https://remarkableresults.biz/episodes (Visit us on the Web) https://www.facebook.com/RemarkableResultsPodcast (Follow on Facebook) https://remarkableresults.biz/insider/ (Become an Insider) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/carm (Buy me a coffee) https://remarkableresults.biz/books/ (Important Books) Check out today's partners: Set your sights on Las Vegas in 2022. Mark your calendar now … November 1-3, 2022, https://www.aapexshow.com/ (AAPEX) - Now more than ever. And don't miss the next free AAPEX webinar. Register now at http://AAPEXSHOW.COM/WEBINAR (AAPEXSHOW.COM/WEBINAR). Shop-Ware: More Time. More Profit. Shop-Ware Shop Management https://getshopware.com/ (getshopware.com) https://aftermarketradionetwork.com () https://remarkableresultsradio.captivate.fm/listen ()
It is night in America. A young anteater is found dead by the side of a road in Brasilia, a boa constrictor wanders into the suburbs, and a maned wolf is found on a farm. The question is: are animals invading our cities, or rather are we occupying their habitat?IT IS NIGHT IN AMERICA (2022) by Ana Vaz is a spellbinding film that comes to the Camden International Film Festival wielding a strong energetic power that, no doubt, will transfix spectators and provoke reflection on the visible and subjective effects of colonialism. To hear Ana speak about her artistic process is as affecting as experiencing her work. Facilitating the exchange is Zaina Bseiso, a programmer at the Camden International Film Festival.
In this episode, Susan and Lansing discuss:How your body communicates to you Facilitating healing into your bodyWe are connected to everything Connecting to the light within Key Takeaways:Sickness and pain can sometimes be your body's way of communicating with you. It's trying to get your attention, trying to tell you something that you need to realize. When you listen to the messages your body is sending you, that's when the healing starts. Sometimes, the way towards healing your physical dis-ease is through diving deep into your trauma and healing those parts first. We are connected to everything. We can be our own healer because we have a natural ability to listen to what our soul is trying to tell us and we also have the ability to heal ourselves. We have our own inner wisdom and inner knowledge. We don't have to look outward because the light that we seek is already within, we are already connected to the divine - we just need to claim and access that connection. “It was my body sending me a message. It was a wake-up call that it was time for me to remember who I was, as - a beacon of light, having a human experience.” — Lansing BryanConnect with Lansing Bryan:Website: https://celestialhealinghearts.com/Blog: https://whenmybodytalks.wordpress.com/ Connect with Susan Kennard:Awaken the Light Within FREE VIDEO COURSETwitter: @susankennardFacebook: Susan Kennard - Expand Your Consciousness, Sparkle to SuccessWebsite: SusanKennard.co.ukLinkedIn: Susan KennardEmail: Susan@SusanKennard.co.ukReach out to find the program for you! Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine Talla Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
This episode features an interview with Tom Martin, CEO at Glance Networks, a software company that provides in-the-moment web and mobile co-browsing, screen share, and video solutions that help increase customer satisfaction, improve brand loyalty, and drive new revenue. In this episode, Tom talks about the key to brand loyalty, removing friction points in the customer journey, and how the best technology is invisible.Quotes*”The loneliest place in the world isn't the desert, it's the internet. And people wanna do business with other human beings that they know, like and trust. And when you realize that the world has gotten really complicated and then you have to do everything digitally, we realized that this human piece, this human component, married and brought together with digital suddenly is like the winning combination to really deliver the outcomes that businesses are looking and seeking to achieve.”*”When you can be a business that can help people achieve [their] goals by providing that level of expertise in the middle of a journey, you realize [that] we can actually get more people through that journey and have the outcomes that we're looking for. And that's why people stay in touch. They have a great relationship and suddenly you're the face of that company. The technology needs to be there, but suddenly it's that emotional connection that binds you to that company, into that product that suddenly makes you that lifetime or higher loyalty customer.”*”Humans take the path of least resistance. They're like water. And so if you can remove steps and reduce that friction, that might be the biggest reason why people choose to work with you versus someone else.”*”I think about technology, and if you can make technology create an experience that allows two people to engage and communicate, and they never have to know how the technology works, it's never really present, and it works in the background, suddenly you're like, we've achieved Nirvana.”*”I.M. Pei, the great architect, always said, 'Simplicity is the art of design.' And so, you look at Japanese woodwork and you realize it's so complex, but on the outside, it looks so simple. And the beauty is so apparent. But behind it, it's all these little widgets and connections and joints to create this experience. And I think that to me is what most companies are attempting to achieve. Not all actually achieve it, but how do you create simple experiences knowing the technology is the enabler of the experience?”*”I think you start with the customer journey and you also try to start with how customers are also buying and consuming other things, not just within your own environment. Because today, businesses are really competing against other experiences.”*”When you can have an experience [where you] order something and it shows up tomorrow, you then have to ask yourself, Why is it so hard to buy a car? Why is it so hard to apply for a mortgage? Why is enrolling in healthcare this hard and it takes so long? My expectations have shifted, not because my expectations of healthcare have shifted. It's because I'm having better experiences elsewhere.”*”The best companies have organized around saying someone needs to own the journey, the experience. What is our face to the customer? Knowing full well that they're gonna need to interface with different parts of the business to make it happen, to make it be realized. But you can't sit there and have different parts of the organization be like, ‘No, we're gonna do it this way and we're gonna do it this way.' It has to be a unified approach.”Time Stamps*[0:10] The Case of Implementing Invisible Technology to Power Great Customer Experiences*[0:24] Introducing Tom Martin, CEO at Glance Networks*[6:35] Facilitating conversation and collaboration using embedded technology*[8:53] Where to begin your technology journey*[10:51] Finding inspiration from your own best customer experience*[14:42] Creating a unified approach to CX*[21:59] Personalizing the future customer experience*[23:42] Creating an affordably luxurious experience for your customer*[31:46] Extending your brand through the experience*[33:10] Debrief*[34:15] HGS PubBioTom Martin serves as chief executive officer of Glance, and oversees the company's strategy, product development, and go-to-market activities. Tom is known as a customer experience and contact center strategist, product lifecycle expert, and partnership builder. Tom has led Glance through a successful “pivot,” transitioning from a small business screen share tool to a provider of omnichannel visual engagement solutions for some of the largest enterprises in the world. Since that pivot, Glance has experienced multiple years of 70 percent of Year over Year growth. Prior to joining Glance in 2013, Tom spent over a decade at Verizon building and managing strategic partnerships. Outside of the office, Tom is an avid backcountry skier, mountaineer, and competitive cyclist.Thank you to our friendsThis podcast is brought to you by HGS. A global leader in optimizing the customer experience lifecycle, digital transformation, and business process management, HGS is helping its clients become more competitive every day. Learn more at hgs.cx.LinksConnect with Tom on LinkedInFollow Tom on TwitterConnect with Lyssa on LinkedInCheck out HGS
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Announcing an Empirical AI Safety Program, published by Josh1 on September 13, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. Last summer, the Center for AI Safety ran the ML Safety Scholars program (MLSS) to help students interested in AI Safety gain technical skills and learn about empirical safety topics. This fall, we are running an abridged version of this program called Introduction to ML Safety. Apply to be a participant by September 21st.Apply to be a facilitator by September 18th.Website (for advertising): mlsafety.org/intro-to-ml-safety About the Course Introduction to ML Safety is an 8-week course that aims to introduce students with a deep learning background to empirical AI Safety research. The program is designed and taught by Dan Hendrycks, a UC Berkeley ML PhD and director of the Center for AI Safety, and provides an introduction to robustness, alignment, monitoring, systemic safety, and conceptual foundations for existential risk. Each week, students will be assigned readings, lecture videos, and required homework assignments. The materials are publicly available at course.mlsafety.org. There are two tracks: Introductory track: for people who are new to AI Safety. This track aims to familiarize students with the AI X-risk discussion alongside empirical research directions. Advanced track: for people who already have a conceptual understanding of AI X-risk and want to learn more about existing empirical safety research so they can start contributing. Introduction to ML Safety will be virtual by default, though students can participate in person if a section is facilitated at their local university. Time Commitment The program will last for 8 weeks, beginning on September 26th and ending on November 18th. Participants are expected to commit at least 5 hours per week. This includes ~1 hour of recorded lectures (which will take more than one hour to digest), ~1-2 hours of readings, ~1-2 hours of written assignments, and 1 hour of discussion. We understand that 5 hours is a large time commitment, so to make our program more inclusive and remove any financial barriers, we will provide a $1000 stipend upon completion of the course. For logistical reasons, we can only pay participants who are eligible to work in the US. Non-US residents are welcome to apply and participate but we cannot offer them a stipend. We will make an effort to provide international students in the US with stipends but we cannot guarantee that we will be able to. Eligibility Anyone can apply as long as they have the following prerequisites: Deep learning: you can gauge the background knowledge required by skimming the week 1 slides: deep learning review. Linear algebra or introductory statistics (e.g., AP Statistics) Multivariate differential calculus If you are not sure whether you meet these criteria, err on the side of applying. Facilitating a section To be a facilitator, you must have a strong background in deep learning and AI Safety. For the latter, taking AGISF (AGI Safety Fundamentals) or participating in a similar program is sufficient. Much of the course content is not covered in AGISF, so if you are not familiar with it, you will have to learn it in advance each week. The time commitment for running one cohort is ~2 hours per week depending on prior familiarity with the material. 1 hour of discussion and 1 hour of prep (discussion times are flexible). We will pay facilitators a stipend corresponding to ~$30 per hour (subject to legal constraints). You can apply to be a facilitator here (applications are due by September 18th). Questions Questions about the program should be posted as comments on this post. For questions that are only relevant to you, please reach out to email@example.com. Thanks for listening. To help us out with The Nonlinear Library or to learn more, please ...
Do you feel overwhelmed facilitating planning PLCs? You're not alone. It was the hardest thing I learned to do as a new coach. But after a while, planning collaboratively with teachers became one of my favorite things. In this episode, I share my 6-step process for planning PLCs, plus tips for setting up group norms. You'll also hear stories and examples from my coaching journey. Join me as we take a deep dive into what professional learning communities look like and how you can make planning PLCs more meaningful. Listen to get started! -Chrissy Beltran Buzzing with Ms. B Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/buzzingwithmsb/ Buzzing with Ms. B TpT - https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Chrissy-Beltran-Buzzing-With-Ms-B The Coaching Podcast Show Notes - http://BUZZINGWITHMSB.COM/Episode119 Thank you for listening to Buzzing with Ms. B: The Coaching Podcast. If you love the show, share it with a coach who would love it too, subscribe to this podcast, or leave me a review on iTunes! It's free and it helps others find this show, too. Happy coaching! Podcast produced by Fernie Ceniceros
In this episode of Lead Time Chats, Jean Hsu, VP of Engineering at Range, chats with Douglas Ferguson, Founder of Voltage Control, about feedback and performance conversations in a remote work environment.Douglas and Jean discuss:When a large meeting shouldn't be a large meeting at all — and how to address meeting FOMOWays to break down larger meetings into smaller group breakouts to include everyone in discussionsAvoiding the one-to-many broadcast of information in live meetings, instead opting for async recorded Looms that people can watch on their own.How to make change at your organization when you don't feel like you're in a position to do so.
This week on The Hamilton Review Podcast, Dr. Bob welcomes to the show, Lisa Pewe! Lisa is an equine professional that now facilitates, not the winning of championship ribbons, but the victory of inner growth and healing for individuals in all areas of life. In this conversation, Lisa walks us through how the power of horses can help heal. Don't miss this great conversation! Lisa Pewe bio: Lisa Péwé (pronounced Pay-Way) has been an equine professional for over 40 years. She started out as a youth learning to ride, train, and show Arabian horses. This led to a professional career of training, showing, and coaching dozens of horses and riders to regional and national awards. Her success as a coach and trainer was based mainly on her ability to understand and read the horses at any given moment, and be able to communicate to the rider how to “meld” or synchronize themselves with the horse. Her technique for building champion riders was always based on helping the rider create a foundation of personal “centeredness and emotional congruence”, as well as identifying individual learning and motivational styles of the rider. Lisa now facilitates, not the winning of championship ribbons, but the victory of inner growth and healing for individuals in all areas of life. Lisa joined the equine therapeutic community in 2007 when she became the Equine Director and later the Program Director for a PATH Intl premiere therapeutic riding center in Phoenix AZ. Lisa rebuilt and managed the riding and equine care and management programs for instructors and volunteer training program for over 10 instructors and 50 volunteers, as well as equine care, selection, and training. Additionally, from 2012-2021 she co-founded and was the board chair and executive director of a new therapeutic non-profit center in Phoenix, Arizona, Envision Therapeutic Horsemanship Inc. She developed her own unique program of bonding with a horses and gaining inner healing that has been used successfully with sex trafficked youth, homeless youth, victims of domestic violence, individuals in substance abuse recovery, cancer recovery, foster care families and many others. She has presented her model and innovative programs at regional and international conferences for PATHintl.org and conducts workshops and trainings for mental health professionals and aspiring equine specialists. Lisa holds certifications from PATHIntl as a therapeutic riding Instruction (CTRI) and as an Equine Specialist in mental health and learning (ESMHL.) Lisa's passion for helping others in achieving inner victory and growth began with her own personal journey of 7 years of intensive trauma recovery leading to emotional freedom and healing. Her journey allowed her to gain extensive experience with multiple trauma-healing models, support group facilitation, as well as traditional 12-step recovery models. She is a trained abuse-recovery support group facilitator by Mending the Soul, a biblically based abuse recovery model. She has been trained in the Freedom program; a biblically based inner- healing journey based on prayer. She has also facilitated small groups in post- abortion healing and biblical financial principles. Lisa holds a B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Business Administration from Grand Canyon University. She has also completed masters level courses from Phoenix seminary and Ottawa university. She loves to be part of worship teams in her church, participate in missions trips, and enjoys her family and seven grandchildren How to contact Lisa Pewe: Lisa Pewe's email: How to contact Dr. Bob: Dr. Bob on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChztMVtPCLJkiXvv7H5tpDQ Dr. Bob on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drroberthamilton/ Dr. Bob on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bob.hamilton.1656 Dr. Bob on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drroberthamilton/ Dr. Bob on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bob.hamilton.1656 Dr. Bob on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drroberthamilton/ Dr. Bob on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bob.hamilton.1656 Dr. Bob on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drroberthamilton/ Dr. Bob on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bob.hamilton.1656
Jon talks with Jim Niedzinski, CFP®, AIF®, cofounder of Motive Wealth Advisors. He and his team provide fiduciary wealth management to a purposefully limited number of high net worth families in the context of deep relationships. For more than 20 years, Jim has been advising clients with complex financial situations such as those involving privately held businesses, the knottiest of executive compensation packages, and the challenges of large tax liabilities. In addition to Jim's breadth of technical knowledge, he also draws upon his two decades of experience to serve clients as their strategic advisor, helping them clarify their vision and make decisions that align with their deepest values. Jim earned a BA degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, while lettering on the varsity track team. He is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional and he holds the Accredited Investment Fiduciary® (AIF®) credential. PERSONAL Jim is gaga for Shannon, his wife of 18 years (they haven't missed their weekly date in over a decade). They have a teenage son and nearly-teenage daughter they adore. If you get to know the Niedzinskis, you'll find that their faith is important to them and they are active in their church community. Jim reads constantly (maybe too much—he even reads while brushing his teeth). He loves the outdoors and conditioning through CrossFit, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, mountain biking, snow skiing, and rock climbing. While Jim enjoys his active lifestyle, he also likes that it affords him the regular guilty pleasure of apple fritters from Donut Cutter in Royal Oak. Investment advisory services are offered through Motive Wealth Advisors, a Registered Investment Advisor with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Any material discussed is intended for informational purposes only. It should not be construed as legal or tax advice and is not intended to replace the advice of a qualified attorney or tax advisor. This information is not an offer or a solicitation to buy or sell securities. The information contained may have been compiled from third party sources and is believed to be reliable. Connect with Jon Dwoskin: Twitter: @jdwoskin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonathan.dwoskin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejondwoskinexperience/ Website: https://jondwoskin.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jondwoskin/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Get Jon's Book: The Think Big Movement: Grow your business big. Very Big! Connect with Jim Niedzinski: Website: www.motivewa.com LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/jimniedzinski Email: email@example.com
Texas Rep. Lance Gooden joins me to discuss another unreported scandal from the Biden border crisis. Rep. Gooden explains how non-governmental organizations, or NGO’s, are taking tons of money from the government and using it to help traffic people into the United States. Gooden contends the worst one is Catholic Charities, which may think it […]
Texas Rep. Lance Gooden joins me to discuss another unreported scandal from the Biden border crisis. Rep. Gooden explains how non-governmental organizations, or NGO's, are taking tons of money from the government and using it to help traffic people into the United States. Gooden contends the worst one is Catholic Charities, which may think it is helping people but is really helping the cartels carry out their criminal endeavors.Sara also takes aim at the FBI as whistleblowers assert that the bureau deliberately refused to investigate the Hunter Biden laptop during the 2020 presidential campaign. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg also says the FBI told his team to be on the lookout for misinformation during the campaign and Facebook deliberately reduced visibility for the laptop story.Please visit our great sponsors:My Pillow https://www.mypillow.com/carterSave on the new Precale Bed Sheets with code CARTER.The Association of Mature American Citizenshttps://amac.us/carterThe benefits of membership are great, but the cause is even greater.
With more than 16,000 participants, 900 classes and hundreds of volunteers, BYU Education Week celebrated its 100th anniversary in Provo, Utah, from Aug. 15 to Aug. 19. Beginning as Leadership Week in 1922, BYU Education Week continues to offer presentations and classes that seek to teach, strengthen, lift, motivate and encourage. This year's classes focused on the 2022 theme: “100 Years of Instruction and Learning: ‘Of Things Both in Heaven and in the Earth.'” Bruce Payne has worked in support of Education Week for 29 years — 24 as the program administrator — and joins this episode of the Church News podcast to talk about the history of Education Week. He offers his insight into planning, facilitating and learning from this century-old program. The podcast also highlights excerpts from the Education Week devotional address by Elder Quentin L. Cook of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to Musicians Tip Jar where we talk about musicians and money. Here we just keep repeating the message that planning for the unexpected is at the core of having a sustainable music career. I'm your host Chris Webb joined by my co-host and the guy never done with strengthening his core, Dave Tamkin.Quote:“Your emergency fund is not an investment, it's insurance with one purpose - to protect you.” - Dave RamseyToday we discuss the value and power an emergency fund gives your art and business. This single note of the financial scale could easily make the difference of making this career a failed attempt or a lifetime of success. We outline how much you should have and how you can make it happen.Artists at Risk Connection (ARC) safeguards the right to artistic freedom of expression and ensures that artists and cultural professionals everywhere can live and work without fear. Our ultimate goal is to address the needs of artists at risk and the organizations that serve them. ARC primarily achieves this by: — ASSISTING persecuted artists by connecting them to our growing global network of resources— FACILITATING cooperation among human rights and art organizations— AMPLIFYING the stories and work of at-risk artists as well as raising visibility of the field of artistic freedom Learn more at artistsatriskconnection.orgWe are in the bones of the financial scale now as we talk about E is for your emergency fund. This note alone could have saved so many musicians when the Pandemic took everyone's business to a record scratching stop. The idea is simple enough, have a fund of money that is never meant to do anything except be there in case of emergency. This is like a fire extinguisher. It's there for only one reason and hopefully that reason never happens but damn is it a lifesaver if something does happen.The goal is to build 2-5 months expenses and keep it in a separate Savings account.Ways to connect with us:Musicians Tip Jar.comMusicians Tip Jar@gmailIntro & Outro Music Donated by: The Magi https://www.themagimusic.com Intro Read by: David “DJ” Lee of The Magi https://soundcloud.com/rockababyrock Pictures by: Kit Chalberg https://kitchalberg.com/
"Steve Deace Show" subscribers and listeners of the show are familiar with our resident Prophet of Woe and Lamentation, Daniel Horowitz, but not everyone is familiar with his podcast. It is the only other podcast in this business that Steve tries to listen to daily. Please enjoy this guest episode and subscribe to "Conservative Review" with Daniel Horowitz. SUBSCRIBE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/conservative-review-with-daniel-horowitz/id1065050908 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices