20 Days in Mariupol is an unflinching, first-hand account of the early days of Russia's invasion of the port city of Mariupol, which remains under Russian occupation to this day. Ukrainian-born director and journalist Mstyslav Chernov and his colleagues from the Associated Press were the last international journalists to remain in Mariupol as Russian troops attacked. His new film, from FRONTLINE and the AP, draws on Chernov's news dispatches and his reflections as he documented the devastation of his home country for the world to see. Chernov sat down with FRONTLINE editor-in-chief and executive producer Raney Aronson-Rath and editor and producer Michelle Mizner in February 2023, as we marked the grim anniversary of the war in Ukraine. In this episode of The FRONTLINE Dispatch, recorded at the Boston Public Library, Chernov recounts the decision to go to Mariupol, how he and Mizner created a documentary feature from his Pulitzer Prize-winning journalism, and what he hopes people will take away from the film — today, and in years to come. “I know that we form our understanding of the current events of the world around us by watching news and consuming news,” Chernov said. “ But [we] form our understanding of our past with documentary films… Film is a medium which carries meaning across time, for generations to come.” An earlier version of this episode was published in July. You can watch 20 Days in Mariupol on FRONTLINE's website, FRONTLINE's YouTube Channel, the PBS App, and the PBS Documentaries Prime Video Channel. Want to be notified every time a new podcast episode drops? Sign up for The FRONTLINE Dispatch newsletter.
11/30/2023 | Today's daily devotional by C. H. Spurgeon on SermonAudio: Title: God Is in the Front Line Subtitle: Faith's Checkbook by Spurgeon Speaker: C. H. Spurgeon Broadcaster: Prince of Preachers Event: Audiobook Date: 11/30/2023 Bible: Deuteronomy 31:8 Length: 1 min.
Here is an episode we recorded at ACEP22. I forgot to post it, so it's still new content, just recorded in fall of 2022. Still great info with returning guest and ID go-to, Dr. David Pigott. He has been an ongoing resource through pandemics, epidemics, and bugs we pass around.
Season 2, Episode 9. Drs. James Mancini and Jeannie Beauchamp discuss the ethical considerations of treating or referring a child in pain who uses a government-issued healthcare plan. Hosted by Drs. Ansley Depp and James Purvis. Please see Dr. James Antoon's Ethical Moment article "Am I Living Up to My Ethical Responsibilities as a Dentist?" at https://jada.ada.org/article/S0002-8177(14)63840-X/fulltext and and the Frontline article by Gretchen Gavett, "Tragic Results When Dental Care Is out of Reach" at Tragic Results When Dental Care Is Out Of Reach | FRONTLINE (pbs.org)
The Founder and Executive Director of Frontline Missions International, Tim Keesee, discussed the work of that ministry, and the content of and inspiration for his book, A Day's Journey: Stories of Hope and Death-Defying Joy. You can find more online at timkeesee.com.
Today we dive deep into a universal struggle that affects us all: the comparison trap. In a world fueled by social media highlights and curated success stories, it's easy to find ourselves measuring our worth against others.This happens to me all of the time. I see someone else's life: the promotion, the new house, a fancy vacation, their business success…and start frantically wondering why I don't have that yet. Setting aside dismissing my own successes, never once did I stop and think…is that something I actually want?With the highlight reels and the constant moving of our own goalposts, it is easy to see how our definition of success would start to get muddy. We slip into allowing others to define it for us and fall back into the never-ending loop of the comparison trap.It's time to take back control, use comparison as inspiration, not envy, and define success on our own terms. To help us do that is my friend Hayley Dawson, Founder of The Blocks.Hayley and I immediately connected over many of our shared interests including unpacking the unique struggles of today's 20-somethings. On top of overcoming the Comparison Trap, we discuss why your goals aren't timebound to your 20s, why quitting should be celebrated, and how to make decisions based on what matters to you.Key Takeaways:Today's unique struggles of people in their 20sHow social media has exasperated comparison and self-doubt5 powerful ideas for overcoming the Comparison TrapHow to change jealousy and envy into inspirationYour dreams don't have deadlinesDefining success on your own termsThe false definition of successWhy quitting should be celebratedHow to make up your own mindMentions:Tenants: The People on the Frontline of Britain's Housing Emergency by Vicky Spratt (https://www.amazon.com/Tenants-Frontline-Britains-Housing-Emergency-ebook/dp/B094DTJLZR)More of Hayley:Instagram: @_theblocksMore of The Struggle is Real:Find show notes and more at https://www.tsirpodcast.com/Follow us on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/tsirpod/
Signals Special Report! Signals from the Frontline reviews the highlights of the NEW AdMechCodex for Warhammer 40K 10th Edition. The forces of the Omnissiah are ready to beep and boop their way on the tabletop, fielding everyone's favorite robots, cyborgs, and tech-priests. This review tells you: - Who are the Adeptus Mechanicus? - What is new in this codex? - What has changed from the initial 10th edition index? And what is missing? - How do the five detachments focus on different play styles? - New and updated datasheets! We hope you enjoy this quick review of Codex: Adeptus Mechanicus. If you want to pick up any new products and also want to support the show, please use our affiliate link. We would really appreciate it. https://store.frontlinegaming.org/?ref=Signals Check us out Live every Wednesday at 9PM EST / 6PM PST! Sub on Youtube: https://bit.ly/3pYAexO Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FrontlineGaming Or listen wherever quality podcasts are found! Hosted by: Seth Oster and Nick "Nicky Dee" Dorich Produced by: Nick "Nicky Dee" Dorich Edited by : Nick "Nicky Dee" Dorich
Signals Special Report! Signals from the Frontline reviews the highlights of the NEW Necrons Codex for Warhammer 40K 10th Edition. The undying legions are back in a big, bad, and robotic way and we expect Necron players are busy dusting off their collection. This review tells you: - Who are the Necrons? - What is new in this codex? - What has changed from the initial 10th edition index? And what is missing? - How do the five detachments focus on different play styles? - New and updated datasheets! We hope you enjoy this quick review of Codex: Necrons. If you want to pick up any new products and also want to support the show, please use our affiliate link. We would really appreciate it. https://store.frontlinegaming.org/?ref=Signals Check us out Live every Wednesday at 9PM EST / 6PM PST! Sub on Youtube: https://bit.ly/3pYAexO Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FrontlineGaming Or listen wherever quality podcasts are found! Hosted by: Seth Oster and Nick "Nicky Dee" Dorich Produced by: Nick "Nicky Dee" Dorich Edited by : Nick "Nicky Dee" Dorich
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In one of my recent Lean classes, I discuss ways to engage front line workers in working kaizen events. I talk about the differences between working and planning sessions in my last podcast. I discuss options for working ahead, catching up afterwards, having half-day sessions (half kaizen, half working), splitting the event across many shifts, and having the leads and supervisors participate but checking in with the workers frequently. Links Lean Six Sigma Project Coaching Program Need help in your organization? Let's talk! Schedule a free support call Podcast Sponsor: Creative Safety Supply is a great resource for free guides, infographics, and continuous improvement tools. I recommend starting with their 5S guide. It includes breakdowns of the five pillars, ways to begin implementing 5S, and even organization tips and color charts. From red tags to floor marking; it's all there. Download it for free at creativesafetysupply.com/5S BIZ-PI.com LeanSixSigmaDefinition.com Have a question? Submit a voice message at Podcasters.Spotify.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/leansixsigmabursts/message
Korean drama, or K-drama, is enjoying phenomenal worldwide success. Thanks to video-on-demand streaming - and given a boost by the pandemic - South Korea is now one of the largest content providers in the world. In this edition of The Cultural Frontline actress Min-ha Kim, who stars as Sunja in the adaptation of the best-selling historical novel Pachinko, explores the worldwide impact of K-drama and speaks to writers, actors and producers about how it is evolving. K-drama fans come from all over the world, says Deema Abu Naser who runs the biggest K-drama community on Instagram, @deemalovesdrama. She was recently invited to visit film locations in Korea by Jeanie Chang, who posts about K-drama and mental health as @noonasnoonchi. But will K-drama's new international audience change it for better or worse? Now that many dramas are being shared internationally on streaming platforms, they are changing, says Forbes K-drama critic Joan MacDonald. Squid Game made the world sit up and notice K-dramas - but they were already gaining popularity. Most Korean dramas are made to be watched by the whole family, and that is part of their worldwide appeal. Korean cinema, on the other hand, was always aimed at an adult audience. Korean script writer Hong Eun-mi tells Min-ha that the gap between K-drama and cinema has narrowed - the pandemic led to a slump in the film industry and now many writers and producers are working in K-drama instead. Another Korean innovation, webtoons - comics designed to be read vertically on a smartphone – have become a primary source for K-dramas. Some have millions of fans and are published globally, acting as a sort of barometer for any drama reversion, says Minyoung Alissia Hong, an executive at Korean media company Kakao Entertainment. She saw the potential early on and first suggested turning the webtoon What's wrong with Secretary Kim? into a drama. Itaewon Class soon followed and was a huge success. K-dramas are also being remade in other countries - screenwriter Melis Veziroglu Yilmaz adapts Korean dramas for Turkish TV and says there are many parallels between Turkish and Korean culture. She hopes K-drama will remain family-friendly. Actress and singer Uhm Jung-hwa welcomes the changes. She recently starred in Doctor Cha, a drama about a middle-aged woman who decides to go back and finish her medical training after 20 years of looking after her family. Uhm Jung-hwa says roles for women have become more interesting since she first started out in the ‘90s, and pre-production has also improved the quality of K-dramas. Produced by Julie Yoonnyung Lee, Samantha Haque and Vibeke Venema
In this episode, we get into the nitty gritty of front line and emergency services solutions in places where conditions are less than ideal. Our two guests from Delta Dev Team, Monti Leija, CEO and Robert Futch, CFO, sit down and discuss what led them to create the number one blood storage solution to be used in emergency situations. For more information subscribe to Running on Ice the newsletter or podcast. Follow the Running on Ice Podcast Other FreightWaves Shows Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Why actually listen to first responders? Hello Smart Firefighting Community! Welcome to another episode of covering real world innovations via interviews with fire service and technology industry experts that empower YOU to develop your very own Smart Firefighting strategy! Thanks for joining our 16 part FRST Challenge Mini Series recorded at the competition! Tracking and situational awareness has long been a problem for first responders. That's why the FRST Challenge competition is designed to pinpoint 3D tracking technologies that provide one-meter accuracy for first responders in indoor environments, crucial for enhancing their safety during rescue operations. The 6 finalist teams competed in localization and ruggedization tests at Muscatatuck Urban Training Center from October 23-27, 2023. Winning teams gain access to funding, business support, and live field testing opportunities to evolve their solutions for real-world application. In this episode: How does the Columbus Fire Department integrate new tech with traditional firefighting values? Examples of frontline scenarios that test the limits of indoor localization technologies How can entrepreneurs best serve first responders? So click play now to hear what Columbus Fire Department's Lieutenant Bryan Bailey has to share, and stay tuned for the rest of our mini series! Head to www.smartfirefighting.com to discover how SFF accelerates innovation for emergency responders, to find out when our next event is, or review our curated resources! Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn
In Ukraine, I uncover the devastating impact of war on individuals and communities. From harrowing tales of survival to the resilience of those providing aid, join me on a journey that reveals the true realities of conflict. But be warned, the shocking accounts I share will leave you questioning the fate of those caught in this ongoing crisis. Before this visit to war torn Ukraine, I crossed paths with Dimitri, a Ukrainian refugee in Kraków in Poland, near the Ukrainian border. As our conversation unfolded, I was thrust into a world of unimaginable suffering and despair, as Dimitri recounted the harrowing tales of his hometown and his life reduced to rubble. But it was the unexpected twist, a brutal war crime that Dimitri witnessed, that left me shaken to my core, grappling with a haunting question: How can this happen? If you're feeling a sense of helplessness and frustration as you try to understand the impact of war in Ukraine, then you are not alone! Despite your efforts to gain a deeper understanding, you may find yourself overwhelmed by the sheer magnitude of the crisis and the countless stories of suffering. Your attempts to empathize may leave you feeling powerless to alleviate the pain and restore peace. But rest assured, your desire to increase awareness and empathy is a crucial step towards making a difference. In this episode, you will: Gain a deeper understanding of the human impact of war in Ukraine, shedding light on the stories and struggles of individuals and communities affected. Discover the remarkable resilience and strength of the Ukrainian people in the face of adversity, inspiring and uplifting stories of hope and survival. Learn about the aid organizations working tirelessly to support and assist those affected by the war in Ukraine. Uncover the hidden dangers of landmines in Ukraine and the devastating effects they have on civilians, highlighting the urgent need for their removal and the importance of landmine awareness. Gain insight into the profound losses suffered by Ukraine due to the ongoing war, understanding the lasting impact on communities, infrastructure, and the country as a whole.
On this episode of The Six Five – Insider, hosts Daniel Newman and Patrick Moorhead welcome Jeff Reed, VP Product, Cloud Security at Google Cloud for a conversation on how they are using AI to supercharge Google Cloud Security's unique combination of capabilities, including front line intelligence, security operations, and a secure cloud platform. Their discussion covers: How Generative AI tackles critical issues and how Google and Google Cloud Security adopt a strategic approach to this technology Google's unique stance on Cloud security and Generative AI, encompassing a broader perspective on their comprehensive portfolio Google's emphasis on security in the Generative AI domain, ensuring responsible and trustworthy advancement The latest innovations within Google Cloud and gain insights into the platform's exciting trajectory
I'm excited today, as we welcome Legendary party-starters Dub Pistols to the stream who have released their new album Frontline via Cyclone Records. This notorious touring band are bringing the summer atmosphere with their infamous blend of dub, hiphop, ska and jungle whilst incorporating classic reggae subjects and themes. Featuring artists such as Ragga Twins, Natty Campbell, Freestylers and Cheshire Cat, the album is living proof that Dub Pistols are the true masters of their craft. The multi-cultural collective has involved dozens of artists and musicians over the years — some remaining for years, a few for the duration, and others just popping in for a guest appearance. Their sound has accordingly morphed a variety of times since their inception: taking in dub, punk, jungle, ska, breakbeat, hip-hop and a whole lot more, it's been a long road travelled. Dub pistols are still a force to be reckoned with and I'm very excited to welcome Barry Ashworth welcome to my Twitch channel! If you want to learn how to become a successful DJ & producer, how to DJ for the biggest brands, run your own events and festivals then this video will give you a wealth of insights into how to do just that!
As a former Special Forces operator, Gareth Collier has had an impressive career to date, including responsibility for the development of the training and capability development of over 2,300 in the Australian Special Forces Command.While a successful military career does not automatically translate to being successful in business, Gareth provides a text-book example of how it can be done. Combining skills and experience from his time serving with the commercial realities of doing business with the Australian Defence Force.Gareth joined SimCentric in late 2015, as their VP of Strategy has been working closely with militaries around the world to take SAF Foresight (a tool for planning and preventing accidents in live firing exercises) from concept to a fully fledged product, ready to be put into service.For anyone trying to do something similar, his story provides a step-by-step guide of how it can be done. This is not mere business school, case study theory, but the true reality of how ideas and technology should be developed for military and government users.Gareth breaks down his product development strategy, covering:Market research phaseUnderstanding the problemEngaging with real usersDeveloping mock-ups of conceptsBuilding networks in DefenceHumility in understanding the problem.A fascinating insight into the inspiration, hard graft and challenges that goes into the development of this product over the past 6 years.Hosts:Tom Constable: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tom-constable/ Colin Hillier: https://www.linkedin.com/in/colinhillier/Guests:Gareth Collier: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gareth-collier-a08b7971/Links:DASA (Innovation) Episode: https://www.warfighterpodcast.com/ep-008-avoiding-the-innovation-valley-of-death/Website: https://www.warfighterpodcast.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/warfighter-digital/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkgiH-cwmyc2I2Iyc8MLYtgTwitter: https://twitter.com/WarfighterPodEpisode Sponsor:Babcock has always operated hand in hand with our customers because their mission is our mission. Our people support the British Army by contributing to front-line support, delivering the capability they need, available to them wherever, whenever and however they need it. We ensure the British Army can focus on their missions safely by supporting their vehicles, both armoured and white fleet with skilled engineers and capability backed by long-term through-life engineering expertise.We enable our defence and emergency services customers to do their job with our technical training programmes. We combine deep understanding and long-term commitment with constructive challenge. An embedded partner, focussed on outcomes. Globally, new defence and resilience equipment programmes and asset modernisation programmes are seeing a resurgence. Training personnel is a critical component to support these programmes.Whether it's applying...
Would you like to improve your employees' passion for your mission? Linda Uveges, CEO of The City Mission, shares about connecting with your employees by listening and openly sharing information. This will build trust and engagement with your team and help your organization exceed its goals. Find full show notes here: https://bit.ly/364lindauveges Share the love. If you enjoyed this episode, please rate it on Apple Podcasts and write a brief review. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-flourishing-culture-podcast/id1060724960?mt=2 By doing so, you will help spread our podcast to more listeners, and thereby help more Christian workplaces learn to build flourishing cultures. Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on X https://twitter.com/allopus Follow our Host, Al Lopus, on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/allopus/ Email our host at email@example.com
WORLD: Russian drones target Kyiv; little chance of front-line change seen | November 20, 2023Subscribe to The Manila Times Channel - https://tmt.ph/YTSubscribe Visit our website at https://www.manilatimes.net Follow us: Facebook - https://tmt.ph/facebook Instagram - https://tmt.ph/instagram Twitter - https://tmt.ph/twitter DailyMotion - https://tmt.ph/dailymotion Subscribe to our Digital Edition - https://tmt.ph/digital Check out our Podcasts: Spotify - https://tmt.ph/spotify Apple Podcasts - https://tmt.ph/applepodcasts Amazon Music - https://tmt.ph/amazonmusic Deezer: https://tmt.ph/deezer Stitcher: https://tmt.ph/stitcherTune In: https://tmt.ph/tunein #TheManilaTimes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Seth gives Kicker a rundown on 40K's 10th Edition Crusade rules. Kicker lets us know about the FLG "Black Friday" sale, which is already underway! This is your weekly Warhammer and Nerd News show from Frontline Gaming! Seth, “The Mad Dok” covers the latest competitive 40K news. Kicker, “The Sigilite of Frontline Gaming” brings you the details on what's coming up for Warhammer products and events. And Producer, Nicky Dee tells you the latest nerd news (that may or may not be Warhammer related). Turn on your radio signal and pump up the volume - a new “Signals from the Frontline” is available NOW! If you want to pick up any new products and also want to support the show, please use our affiliate link. We would really appreciate it. https://store.frontlinegaming.org/?ref=Signals Check us out Live every Wednesday at 9PM EST / 6PM PST! Sub on Youtube: https://bit.ly/3pYAexO Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FrontlineGaming Or listen wherever quality podcasts are found! Hosted by: Seth Oster and Kicker Kalozdi Produced by: Nick "Nicky Dee" Dorich Edited by : Nick "Nicky Dee" Dorich
In this episode of the Peak Performance Leadership podcast, host Scott McCarthy sits down with Drew Lawrence to discuss leadership during times of crisis, specifically focusing on remote work and effective communication strategies. Drew, a seasoned leader with experience in leading teams through challenging situations, shares his valuable insights on navigating the uncertainties that come with crises, including a unique perspective on the Russian invasion of Ukraine in 2021. In this blog post, we will explore the key takeaways from this insightful conversation. Meet Drew Drew Lawrence is a highly accomplished leader who has dedicated his career to developing revenue strategies for early and growth stage companies. He is the founder of Flashover Strategies, a consulting firm that helps businesses optimize their go-to-market and revenue strategies. Drew's experience leading a team during the Russian invasion of Ukraine provides a valuable backdrop for his insights into leadership and crisis management. Timestamped Overview 04:09 Preparation and activation of plan during crisis. 06:15 Unique factors enabled teams to collaborate globally. 10:04 Supporting team, delivering for clients during crisis. 11:34 Training, teamwork, empathy, compassion - supporting Ukraine team. 17:37 Leaders must consider their team's perspective. 19:03 Creating environments for open communication, considering individual experiences. 23:20 Frontline voices often overlooked in crisis situations. 27:50 Promoting trust and transparency in remote work. 31:19 Ensure clear communication, consistency, and accountability. 35:21 Timeless principles and embracing technology for success. 37:34 Started Flashover Strategies, consulting early growth stage companies' go-to-market and revenue strategies. Find on LinkedIn, website coming soon. For the complete show notes be sure to check out our website: https://leaddontboss.com/280
In this episode of "The Data Storytellers Podcast," Jodi Blomberg, VP of Data Science at Cox Automotive, takes us on a journey into the heart of data science as applied in real-world, physical business environments. With her rich experience and unique perspective, Jodi unveils the intricacies of integrating data science with frontline operations.Jodi delves into the significance of aligning data science strategies with on-the-ground realities. She shares her playbook for success, emphasizing the importance of building relationships with frontline workers, understanding the operational context, and navigating the challenges inherent in applying data models to physical spaces. Her approach to 'making friends on the frontline' and involving them in the data science process is both innovative and practical.Throughout the podcast, Jodi provides invaluable insights into the nuances of operational data science, from the role of error management to planning for the complexities of implementation. She offers advice for future data leaders on how to effectively bridge the gap between data science and operational efficiency, ensuring that data-driven solutions are not only technically sound but also practically viable and aligned with business objectives.Whether you're a data science enthusiast, a professional in the field, or someone interested in the practical application of data analytics in business, this episode is a must-listen. Join us as Jodi Blomberg shares her wisdom on transforming businesses from the ground up with data science.In this episode, we chat with Dejan Mitkovski, VP of Analytics at FanDuel. Dejan shares his playbook for making big changes in the way companies use data. He talks about his time leading analytics at Google and Amazon and how to get teams ready for new ways of working.Learn how Dejan teaches companies to use data to make better decisions and how to get everyone on board with new ideas. He also gives tips on how to show the real value of data work.Join us to hear Dejan's straightforward advice on leading with data and making a real difference in your company.SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST NEWSLETTER:https://bit.ly/3sciK6MGet weekly insights and bonus materials from our guests. Connect with us:• Website: https://thedatastorytellers.com/• LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-data-storytellers• Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-data-storytellers-podcast/id1493766476• Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2N0vZtHZHgod4Tll2LX2xa• YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz9e56lhYUfORiOHMiLlPmA
Tune in to my conversation with Tina Tappouni, a nurse and a black belt in jiu jitsu. We chat about how she found nursing through jiu jitsu. She also shares how jiu jitsu can help nurses and those in the frontline defend themselves from violence at work. Check out the Complete Show Notes: https://mylesparillaconsulting.com/podcast/ep30This episode was recorded via Squadcast and edited via Descript.Soaring to New HealthWe're talking Medicare Stars– what it is, why it's important, challenges & strategies. Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
Story #1: An attack on free speech by Republicans. Story #2: An arrest in the throat-slashing hockey death of Adam Johnson. Story #3: A fascinating and deep conversation from Israel with the New York Post's Douglas Murray. Tell Will what you thought about this podcast by emailing WillCainPodcast@fox.com Follow Will on Twitter: @WillCain Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ever wonder how first responders manage their nutritional needs amidst their demanding jobs? Good news! We've got Megan Lautz joining us for an enlightening discussion. Megan, a registered dietitian and an expert in the world of first responders' nutrition, throws light on how she tailors evidence-based diet routines fitting into the unpredictable lifestyles of busy police officers and firefighters. She even shares her experiences of taking the CPAT and doing 24-hour shifts, giving us a glimpse into the world of first responders.Megan and I dive into an impactful discussion on mental health, diet, and the role of caffeine. She reveals how the Standard American Diet (SAD) contributes to depression and anxiety and offers practical pointers for a healthier diet for shift workers. We also debunk myths about caffeine usage in the first responder world. With Megan's expertise, we venture into the realm of dietary supplements, their implications on safety and performance, and the critical role hydration plays in the lives of first responders.In the final segment of our conversation, Megan gives actionable nutrition tips, shedding light on how to mitigate anxieties around weight loss and make feasible dietary and lifestyle adjustments. We also scrutinize the effects of poor sleep quality on cravings and shed light on the benefits of intermittent fasting. Megan emphasizes the importance of overall health improvements even when the scales aren't tipping in favor. She also shares valuable resources at www.rescuerd.com, making this episode a treasure trove of nutrition advice for first responders and anyone with a hectic lifestyle. Tune in because this episode is brimming with insights you want to take advantage of!As a First Responder, you are critical in keeping our communities safe. However, the stress and trauma of the job can take a toll on your mental health and family life. If you're interested in personal coaching, contact Jerry Lund at 435-476-6382. Let's work together to get you where you want to be to ensure a happy and healthy career.Podcast Website www.enduringthebadgepodcast.com/Podcast Instagram www.instagram.com/enduringthebadgepodcast/Podcast Facebook www.facebook.com/EnduringTheBadgePodcast/Podcast Calendar https://calendly.com/enduringthebadge/enduring-the-badge-podcastPersonal Coaching https://calendly.com/enduringthebadge/15minHost Instagram www.instagram.com/jerryfireandfuel/ Host Facebook www.facebook.com/jerrydeanlund
Director Michael Kirk joins Doc Talk to discuss his Frontline investigative documentary on Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and his wife Ginni Thomas. The Washington power couple has been making headlines repeatedly -- he for a failure to report lavish vacations paid for by wealthy Republican friends, and she for her efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kit is a freelance writer and author of The Retail Leader's Field Guide. She's a voice for the frontline worker, sharing tips and commentary on retail and store operations, leadership, coaching, and more. https://www.linkedin.com/in/kit-campoy-you-got-this/
We are now pulling in the most attended and popular sessions from ACEP23 and chatting about their topics here on "The Frontline". This episode is on some of the "can't miss" and/or common presentations rashes in our pediatric patients. I am joined by Dr. Emily Rose on the audio interview of a very visual topic...and the realities of recording from home.
On this episode of the It’s Going Down podcast, IGD contributor Scott Campbell speaks with a Palestinian comrade based in Ramallah, which is located in the occupied West Bank of Palestine. The West Bank, along with East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip, has been under Israeli military occupation since 1967. For a deeper dive on... Read Full Article
How Grassroots Movements for Climate and Environmental Justice Are Critical to Surviving the Climate CrisisDiscussion with Vivek Maru on the importance of community paralegals in extending access to the law, enforcing rights and aiding in structural change. We discuss the Customary Land Rights Act in Sierra Leone, the Community Land Act in Kenya and environmental justice action in Myanmar. We also discuss environmental injustice within the United States, the need for cumulative impact in any environmental assessment and the importance of having both expert input on legislation as well as the lived experience of affected communities. Additionally, we discuss the importance of prior informed consent and moving from extractive to regenerative practices. We also discuss climate justice as an integral pathway toward climate mitigation and adaptation.For More Info: http://thegravity.fm/#/episode/57
In this compelling episode, we delve into the inspiring journey of Jason Howe, a dedicated advocate for individuals battling trauma, mental illness, and addiction. As the Director for K9s on the Front Line and a combat veteran of the U.S. Navy, Jason shares his personal struggles with PTSD and the challenges of reintegration. Turning to drugs as a coping mechanism, Jason's story ultimately leads to resilience and triumph, as he becomes a best-selling author of "Unleashed: The Powerfully Simple Path to Adapt and Overcome Trauma, Addiction, and the Silent Battle with Mental Illness." Join us as the resilient Jason Howe discusses his powerful journey of overcoming adversity, empowering others through his nonprofit work, speaking engagements, and consultancy. Additionally, get a sneak peek into his interview with the captivating Gum Goddess Podcaster, Hope. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/gumsandgossip/message
In this enlightening episode of our podcast series, we sit down with Congressman Jack Bergman, a distinguished figure in American politics and the highest-ranking combat veteran in the U.S. House. Hosted by Jeff Crank, this interview delves into the multifaceted career and life experiences of Congressman Bergman, highlighting his journey from a Lieutenant General in the United States Marine Corps to a respected political leader representing Michigan's 1st Congressional District. Bergman shares insights from his 40 years of military service, his entrepreneurial ventures, and his commitment to serving his constituents and the nation. Tune in to hear Congressman Bergman's perspectives on leadership, service, and the pressing issues facing America today. This episode is a must-listen for anyone interested in the intersections of military experience and political leadership, offering a unique window into the life of a man who has dedicated his life to public service. Check out American Potential here: https://americanpotential.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AmericanPotentialPodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/americanpotentialpodcast/ X: https://twitter.com/AMPotentialPod
In this special Veteran's Day rebroadcast of the Sea Change Podcast, host Jenna Valente welcomes Whit Jones, the South Carolina Operations Director for Wounded Nature-Working Veterans. Delve into a captivating conversation about how veterans are leading the charge to heal our coastal ecosystems. Whit shares inspiring stories of veterans, boaters, and local volunteers banding together to tackle the pressing issues of oceanic trash and debris, ensuring the protection of vital wildlife habitats. Tune in to discover how service and stewardship go hand in hand in this poignant episode.
Our guest on this week's episode is Evan Dexter, vice president, rental product management at Ryder System, Inc. Tomorrow is Veteran's Day, a day we remember our military families and the important work they do to safeguard all of us. One of the ways our industry helps to support our troops is through programs designed to transition veterans into logistics jobs. We hear how Dexter made that transition himself and how his company works to bring other vets into the logistics industry. New laws in California will require that about half the trucks sold in California must be all-electric by 2035. As a step toward this goal, we report on an effort by the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach to award $60 million in vouchers for the purchase of new electric trucks for drayage operations within the ports.Facing a host of economic and labor challenges, manufacturers are sharpening their focus on frontline workers as a way to differentiate and propel their organizations forward. That's according to recent research from consultancy PwC and the Manufacturing Institute, which is the workforce and development arm of the National Association of Manufacturers. We report on details from this research.CSCMP's Supply Chain Quarterly also offers a podcast series called Supply Chain in the Fast Lane. It is co-produced with the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals. The current series features Transportation Tech. Go to your favorite podcast platform to subscribe and to listen to past and future episodes.Articles and resources mentioned in this episode:Ryder SystemCalifornia offers $60 million in vouchers for zero-emission drayage trucksManufacturers sharpen their focus on the front lineGet episode transcriptsVisit Supply Chain QuarterlyListen to CSCMP and Supply Chain Quarterly's Supply Chain in the Fast Lane podcastListen to Supply Chain Quarterly's Top 10 Supply Chain Threats podcastSend feedback about this podcast to firstname.lastname@example.orgPodcast is sponsored by: HysterOther linksAbout DC VELOCITYSubscribe to DC VELOCITYSign up for our FREE newslettersAdvertise with DC VELOCITYTop 10 Supply Chain Management Podcasts
Chad Robichaux is an American hero, and he works to support American heroes worldwide. Save Our Allies, a coalition he created, was born out of his commitment to save his interpreter from the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan. The team he assembled felt called to rescue thousands more, saving Americans, allies, and those who were vulnerable. Receive the book Saving Aziz and a free audio download of “American Heroes: Serving on the Front Line” for your donation of any amount! Right now, you can DOUBLE YOUR DOLLARS to GIVE FAMILIES HOPE through our YEAR-END MATCH provided by generous friends of the ministry. Get More Episode Resources We'd love to hear from you! Visit our Homepage to leave us a voicemail. If you've listened to any of our podcasts, please give us your feedback.
The Armed Forces Blood Program ships blood anywhere in the world that it's needed. Dom Carreiro would know: he used to supervise the blood bank at Oak Harbor before coming to Bloodworks as a civilian. But what about platelets, which only have a 5-7 day shelf life? The Stolla Lab at Bloodworks Research Institute, led by Dr. Moritz Stolla, has been the recipient of multiple grants from the US Department of Defense because of their work to extend the shelf-life of platelets.
FRONTLINE Film Audio Tracks are FRONTLINE documentaries, in audio form. Stream or download full-length recordings of film audio tracks on Apple Podcasts or our website. Listen to the Film Audio Track for FRONTLINE's seminal 2002 documentary on how the Israeli-Palestinian peace process begun at Oslo was derailed and ultimately undone by the dynamics of politics and violence on both sides. Shattered Dreams of Peace: The Road From Oslo traced how cautious optimism in the aftermath of Palestine Liberation Organization Chairman Yasser Arafat and then-Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin agreeing to the 1993 Oslo Accord was undermined in the following years by violence and major setbacks. It explored the growing threat to the peace process posed by radical nationalist factions among both Jews and Palestinians — groups, including Hamas, that opposed all compromise between the two peoples. The documentary also examined the U.S. role in the peace process, including the U.S.-brokered negotiations at in 1998, 2000 and 2001. Shattered Dreams of Peace: The Road From Oslo includes interviews with key figures from both sides of the negotiating table, including Benjamin Netanyahu, Yasser Arafat, Shimon Peres, Saeb Erekat, and Ehud Barak.
Listen to the FRONTLINE Film Audio Track for the seminal 2002 documentary on how the Israeli-Palestinian peace process begun at Oslo was derailed and ultimately undone by the dynamics of politics and violence on both sides. Shattered Dreams of Peace: The Road From Oslo traced how cautious optimism in the aftermath of Palestine Liberation Organization Chairman Yasser Arafat and then-Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin agreeing to the 1993 Oslo Accord was undermined in the following years by violence and major setbacks. It explored the growing threat to the peace process posed by radical nationalist factions among both Jews and Palestinians — groups, including Hamas, that opposed all compromise between the two peoples. The documentary also examined the U.S. role in the peace process, including the U.S.-brokered negotiations at in 1998, 2000 and 2001. Shattered Dreams of Peace: The Road From Oslo includes interviews with key figures from both sides of the negotiating table, including Benjamin Netanyahu, Yasser Arafat, Shimon Peres, Saeb Erekat and Ehud Barak.
Join me Jason LaChance host of the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast, certified addiction recovery coach, and mental health advocate for my sit down with special guest Jason Howe the Director for K9s on the Front Line. He is a combat veteran of the U.S. Navy. After being diagnosed with PTSD and facing struggles with reintegration, he turned to drugs to cope. Jason Howe is a best-selling author and recently launched his first book titled, “Unleashed: The Powerfully Simple Path to Adapt and Overcome Trauma, Addiction and the Silent Battle with Mental Illness.” His story of defying the odds empowers those he serves through his nonprofit, speaking and consulting. Jason has dedicated his life to helping others battling trauma, mental illness, and addiction, providing a firsthand story of adapting to overcome battles. We answer the following questions. Do you think long deployments play a factor in PTSD? Did your family openly talk about issues? How did training your dog help in your addiction recovery? How can people help better support our veterans in need? What's the next step for K-9s on the Frontline? We finish our conversation with fun random questions and Jason Howe finishes with final thoughts. This is Jason Howe Knockin' Doorz Down. For more on Jason Howe and K9s on the front line: www.unleash-mentalillness.com https://www.facebook.com/Howe.Jason4 http://linkedin.com/in/unleashed https://www.facebook.com/MOK9SOTFL Please subscribe and share and to get the YouTube visit https://www.KDDPodcast.com for more Celebrities, everyday folks, and expert conversations on turning your greatest adversities into your most significant advantages. Get your copy of Carlos Vieira's Autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down. Hardcover, Paperback & Audio Book https://linktr.ee/kddbook For the KDD Inspired t-shirts brought to you by 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/shop/NO-OUTSIDE-SOLUTIONS-TEE-p589349381 https://51fiftyltm.com/shop/ONE-DAY-AT-A-TIME-TEE-p589354767 For more information on Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down, the Carlos Vieira Foundation, the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma, and Race For Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Richard and Bernardo are two distinguished veterans of the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF), who have navigated the transition from civilian life in the US and later dedicated themselves to the defense of Israel amidst regional tensions. Richard, spurred by the antisemitism he encountered at Portland State University, found a new homeland in Israel despite initially knowing less than six words in Hebrew. His journey through the infantry to the reconnaissance brigade unveiled his relentless determination to safeguard the nation's borders. Bernardo, with a rich tapestry of 16 years in operational roles, opens up about the high-stake realm of Counter Terrorism, Special Operations, and Dignitary Protection, all while nurturing the next generation of leaders through his nonprofit, Team of Warriors. Their poignant narratives transcend the battlefield, touching on their engagements in educational dialogues and non-profit endeavors back in the US, illuminating the essence of national service and the dire necessity for a sovereign nation to self-defend. As they delve into the current strife embroiling the Middle East, their firsthand experiences and in-depth analysis shed light on the complex dynamics at play. Together, Richard and Bernardo offer not only a glimpse into the rigorous life of an IDF soldier but also share candid reflections on the broader geopolitical environment, providing a nuanced understanding of the ongoing conflict from those who have lived through its manifold dimensions. The Speed of War Comic Series: https://www.thespeedofwar.com/ Sign up for the new G14 newsletter here: https://www.clearedhotpodcast.com/exclusive Check out the newest Cleared Hot Gear here: https://shop.clearedhotpodcast.com/