Auto safety expert, Byron Bloch, joins us to tell the story of how citizens in conjunction with the Sierra Club defeated a highway widening boondoggle in Maryland. Then we welcome microgrids manager at the Green Justice Coalition, Sari Kayyali, to tell us how microgrids in his community have saved money and the environment. Finally, we catch up with the director of Progressive Democrats of America, Alan Minsky, in Washington DC to talk about high speed rail and the post-Bernie progressive movement.Byron Bloch is an independent consultant and court-qualified expert in Auto Safety Design and Vehicle Crashworthiness. Over the years, he has fought for safer fuel tanks, stronger seats, the need for airbags, better truck underride guards, and has testified on these safety issues at Congressional Hearings, and to NHTSA. He contributed to the Sierra Club's successful campaign to strongly oppose and stop the proposed widening of the 1-270 and Capital Beltway and the scheme to also add privatized toll lanes.What we have to do is refocus and say, “We are a people-oriented nation. Not a vehicle-oriented nation.” And if you look at it in those terms—people-oriented nation— then you say, “Well, what are the economics, what are the health and safety issues that affect people?” But instead, it becomes the almighty vehicle-ization of the nation and that means more lanes, more traffic, more lanes, and then more traffic.Byron Bloch Activist and auto safety expertThe corporate state arrives in different manifestations— the military industrial complex, the Pentagon, and this is what's going on at the state level. It doesn't get many national headlines, but it's the merger of corporations with state government. And there's a lot of secrecy involved, a lot of phony promises, a lot of misleading rhetoric, and the legislators are compromised by the campaign contributions and the pressure from the governor's office.Ralph NaderSari Kayyali is a mechanical engineer and the Microgrids Manager at Microgrids Chelsea and Chinatown Power.The technology around clean electric generation—solar panels and battery storage—are experiencing a revolution. Just in the last decade alone, solar panels have dropped to a third of what they used to cost to manufacture. Battery storage has improved dramatically in terms of energy density, cost, and reliability. And so, a lot of places around the country are looking to these as solutions. Microgrids have been around for a while, they don't necessarily need to use clean technology but specifically clean microgrids are really catching on all around the country, and around the world.Sari Kayyali Microgrids Manager at the Green Justice CoalitionAlan Minsky is a lifelong activist, and Executive Director of Progressive Democrats of America. Alan has worked as a progressive journalist for the past two decades, he was Program Director at KPFK Los Angeles from 2009-2018, and he has coordinated Pacifica Radio's national coverage of elections. He is the creator and producer of the political podcasts for The Nation and Jacobin, as well as a contributor to Common Dreams and Truthdig.There's a whole bunch of elements that the progressive movement hasn't been that attentive to. Including things like industrial production and the transformation it requires between business and government to transform American society, so that it's operating on clean energy, so that its industrial manufacturing doesn't have breaks in supply chains… So I got involved with a lot of projects that aren't that common for progressives to be involved in.Alan Minsky, Executive Director of Progressive Democrats of AmericaIn Case You Haven't Heard with Francesco DeSantis1. CNBC reports that the FTC is mulling a proposal to bar Meta (formerly Facebook) from monetizing the data of minors. This follows the agency's allegation that the company violated a 2020 privacy order. The FTC quoted an independent assessor who found “several gaps and weaknesses in Facebook's privacy program” that posed “substantial risks to the public.” Hopefully, this action will put other tech companies on notice regarding monetization of children's data.2. Dr. Steve Feldman, a Jewish dermatologist, is being penalized by the state of Arkansas for his refusal to sign a loyalty pledge to the state of Israel, the Arkansas Times reports. After giving a lecture to medical students in Little Rock, he was prompted to check a box agreeing not to boycott Israel, which he refused to do. As a result, the state is withholding his payment for the lecture. The Arkansas Times also refused to sign the pledge. Feldman said “What's nuts is they're asking a newspaper to say they won't boycott Israel, they're asking Americans who have a conscience, who know Israel is keeping Palestinians from their homes.” The ultra-conservative Supreme Court declined to hear the newspaper's legal challenge to the state law, and therefore it is still in place.3. In Rochester, New York, Coca-Cola is building a new facility. The company predicts this development will yield 250 new jobs. However, the Rochester Beacon has broken down the corporate welfare the conglomerate stands to receive in exchange: $41 million in state and local subsidies, or about $164,000 for each job created.4. A stunning expose in the Guardian shines a light on the beef industry, and specifically, their “messaging machine.” “The beef industry has developed a ‘Digital Command Center” that tracks media outlets and social media for more than 200 beef-related topics” Based in Denver, Colorado, the project which “looks like a military operation” is staffed 24/7 with personnel redundancies to “make sure someone's always watching.”5. In another law enforcement bombshell, longtime LAPD SWAT officer, Sgt. Timothy Colomey, has blown the whistle on the reality of the elite unit. According to Sgt. Colomey, LAPD SWAT is controlled by a violent inner circle known as the “SWAT Mafia” which has perpetuated itself using “excessive force...insubordination, sabotage and cover-ups.” Colomey has put his allegations into a detailed new deposition, available at the LA Times.6. The Department of Education Office for Civil Rights has officially opened an investigation into charges that the George Washington University discriminated against Palestinian students, according to the GW Hatchet. Palestine Legal, which filed the complaint on behalf of three GW students, responded to the news by writing “This is an important step that shows the Office of Civil Rights is taking anti-Palestinian discrimination seriously.” Radhika Sainath, a senior staff attorney at Palestine Legal added “Even if pro-Israel groups don't like it and complain, the law is clear – Palestinian students are entitled to the same educational opportunities and services as other students.”7. In other Palestine news Rep. Rashida Tlaib held an event commemorating the Nakba – literally the catastrophe – of May 15th, 1948 when 700,000 Palestinians were expelled or fled from their homeland. This event was originally slated to be held at the Capitol Visitors Center, but Speaker McCarthy blocked the ceremony, per CNN. Tlaib responded with a statement, saying, “Speaker McCarthy wants to rewrite history and erase the existence and truth of the Palestinian people, but he has failed to do so.” Finally, Bernie Sanders stepped in and facilitated the event in the Senate HELP Committee hearing room.8. AL.com reports that the Democratic Party of Alabama has abolished the DNC-mandated minority caucuses for youth, LGBTQ, and disabled Democrats. Until now, “those caucuses had the power to nominate at-large members to ensure representation proportionate to Alabama Democratic voters.” State party boss Joe Reed had long opposed theses caucuses, which dilute the influence of the state's Black caucus on the executive committee. Former Senator Doug Jones, the only Democratic Senator in Alabama since 1997, is quoted saying “What the leadership of the Alabama Democratic Party did — was to essentially say that we don't represent the Democratic electorate in Alabama anymore.”9. Kimberly Gardner, St. Louis's elected prosecutor, is being forced to resign from her position under threat from the Missouri state government, per the Missouri Independent. Gardner, a reformist prosecutor, has drawn ire from conservatives and the police union in St. Louis since her tenure began; this came to a head when the Republican legislature threatened a state takeover of her office. In her resignation letter, Gardner wrote “I can neither enable nor allow the outright disenfranchisement of the people of the City of St. Louis.”10. The International Committee of the Democratic Socialists of America announced on Twitter that the Washington DC Council has passed a unanimous resolution urging President Biden to “dismantle the US blockade” and remove Cuba from the State Sponsor of Terrorism list. Get full access to Ralph Nader Radio Hour at www.ralphnaderradiohour.com/subscribe
Hi, My name is Marissa and I'm a happy go lucky ray of freaking sunshine. I'm also known on TikTok for being married and divorced twice before the age of 30. You know what they say… Sh*t happens. This season we will be talking about all things divorce. The good, the bad, and the ugly… bc divorce happens. Mikki Gardner is a Certified Life + Conscious Parenting Coach, the host of the Co-Parenting With Confidence Podcast. Driven by her own struggles of overcoming divorce, Mikki helps moms move past the divorce drama and conflict to become calm, confident co-parents, even without their ex's participation. Be sure to follow our guest, Mikki Gardner: Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/co-parenting-with-confidence/id1591303883 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mikkigardner/ Website: https://mikkigardner.com/ Conscious Co-Parenting MasterClass https://mikkigardner.com/masterclass/ Be sure to follow the host Marissa on Instagram/TikTok @TheMarissaBaker and @SunHappensOfficial Lastly, make sure you never miss what happening by subscribing to Sun Happens Email list at www.sunhappens.net. & Remember, Sun Happens. When you can't find it, create it.
Kay Adams hosted the latest episode of 'Up & Adams' on FanDuel TV! On today's episode, Kay reacts to the NFL schedule release with three matchups to focus on that aren't getting as much notoriety as they shield and her favorite quirks that she noticed (1:55). Then, Denver Broncos defensive back Patrick Surtain II joins the show to talk about playing in primetime, the wide receiver he's looking forward to matching up against the most, and the Sean Payton-Russell Wilson relationship (20:20). After that, Detroit Lions defensive back C.J. Gardner-Johnson comes on to chat about deciding to sign with them, his reaction to playing the Kansas City Chiefs in week one after losing to them in the Super Bowl last season, and how he's handled falling short in the big game (35:15). Finally, Charlotte Carey, NFL Director of Broadcasting, stops by to dive into the process of making the NFL schedule, the difference this year compared to previous ones, and the biggest challenges she faced putting it altogether this time (45:55).
Kurt Ozan, Matt Burrill and Nicky T sit down and talk to Lanie Gardner and Bryan Martin on their first ever live podcast. Got to partner on an amazing event with WME and we are so thankful we get to partner with such an amazing organization. Lanie and Bryan are rising stars and we are […]
In this meeting of the Chuddle the Pod Horror Movie Club we will be exploring the strange and otherworldly universe of the 2019 horror film, "Color Out of Space." Directed by Richard Stanley, the movie follows the Gardner family as they witness a meteorite crash near their rural farm, unleashing a mysterious and malevolent force that begins to mutate and corrupt the environment around them. Join us as we delve into the Lovecraftian lore and unsettling imagery of "Color Out of Space,". Join the Club! Join the Patreon! Chuddle the Website! Follow the Chuddlers on social media! Discord: Chuddle the Discord Chuddle the Pod: Slasher - @chuddlethepod IG - @chuddlethepod Sam on Letterboxd - @chuddlethesam Ross on IG - @RossPurvis Email: email@example.com
I found this article from Heidi K. Gardner, Ph.D., who has discovered through more than a decade of teaching and research at Harvard's business and law schools that people who figured out how to collaborate across teams gained a major competitive edge over those who did not. Dr. Gardner also discovered just how rare collaboration skills are. A 2021 McKinsey study found that collaboration skills are surprisingly rare, especially among men. The study found that women leaders, compared with men at the same level, were about twice as likely to spend substantial time on collaborative efforts that fell outside their formal job. What exactly is collaboration? The act of bringing people together to solve problems. In my practice, my clients are stressing the importance of cross-functional collaboration – being able to work with people from accounting, HR, marketing, sales, operations – to address complex, nuanced challenges and develop creative solutions. Why are collaboration skills so important in today's work force? Research shows that collaborators: -Deliver higher quality results-Get promoted faster-Are more noticed by senior management-Have more satisfied clients What are the aspects of being an exceptional collaborator? 1. Be an inclusive leader. Whether you are in a leadership position or not, do what you can to bring diverse people together – and be sure to be inclusive in your diversity. What does that mean? Different knowledge domains, different backgrounds, different ages and life experiences, different educational backgrounds, different cultures, different personality types, different strengths. 2. Show appreciation and acknowledgment. A study by Harvard Business School professor Boris Groysberg found that workers, especially men, often take their professional networks for granted. Acknowledge those who have helped you get where you are and show appreciation for those you've collaborated with. Give credit where credit is due – and never, ever throw anyone under the bus for underperforming. 3. Ask for help. Whatever your role is in an organization, it is likely that reaching out across the organization for different insights and perspectives will make your final product better. Collaboration doesn't have to be a large group – you could collaborate with one person from another department to greatly improve your report, project, or whatever you are working on. 1:1 collaboration can also be a great way to form strong business relationships with people you might not otherwise get to know in any depth. Remember to credit those who helped you. 4. Crowdsource. Give people a way to contribute – and learn along the way – without having to be a part of every team. Utilize Slack or other messaging tools to spur virtual collaborations, knowledge sharing, and knowledge distribution. 5. Share data streams. Scorecards and dashboards are powerful tools that allow you to measure progress against the goals you've set, create a sense of positive peer pressure as outcomes can be compared, and make critical information accessible. This is never done in a punitive manner; having said that, data is data. Of course, some data should not be shared, so make what can be accessible, accessible. Are you in the wrong job that chips away at you every day? The CareerSpring document and coaching program will help you find a job that uses your zone of genius, recognizes your value, and pays you what you're worth. If you're ready to take your job search to the next level by working with a highly experienced professional with a track record of client success, schedule a complimentary consult to learn more: https://calendly.com/lesaedwards/zoom-meetings2
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Hour 2 - Happy Tuesday! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey joins the program. Mr. Bailey discusses the emergency rules restricting transgender surgeries for minors. Restoring the rule of law in Missouri. A quick chat about St. Louis District Attorney Kim Gardner. Mr. Bailey says that nearly 500 businesses left downtown St. Louis during Gardner's time in office. Can Gardner be held criminally accountable? The southern border crisis... What can Missourians do?
The Talent Angle with Scott Engler
Author Caleb Gardner argues that while change has been constant for some time, organizations are still unprepared to address it. In his latest book, “No Point B: Rules for Leading Change in the New Hyper-Connected, Radically Conscious Economy,” Gardner lays out his vision for how organizations should approach change in the new environment. The founder of the consulting firm 18 Coffees joined the Gartner Talent Angle Podcast to share examples of organizations undergoing transformation, and he extols the virtues of effective communication, adaptive capability and revised assumptions. Caleb Gardner is the co-founder of innovation consulting firm 18 Coffees and author of the new book, “No Point B: Rules for Leading Change in the New Hyper-Connected, Radically Conscious Economy.” Caleb's career has spanned from working at Edelman and Bain & Company to running U.S. President Barack Obama's Twitter account. Caleb's insights about building more ethical and effective companies have been featured in publications such as NBC News, Wired, Crain's, BBC News and Cheddar News. *This episode is an excerpt taken from our 2022 interview.
Women of Substance Music Podcast
To get live links to the music we play and resources we offer, visit www.WOSPodcast.comThis show includes the following songs:Stacy Jones - Mama FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYDonate Gardner - Last Minute Advice Daisy Chute - Mother FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYJeannine Barr - Mother's Love FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYSophie Bickerdike - Indestructible FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYEd & Carol Nicodemi - You Sang to Me FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYTracy Newman - Carpool FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYLaurie Thornton (writer Doug Momary) - Sweet Dreams FOLLOW ON BROADJAMMelany Thompson - All For You FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYCindy Slee - Mom FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYDoreen Pinkerton - Mother, Mother (Song For Mom) FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYJoanie Calem - Roller Coaster FOLLOW ON SPOTIFYFor Music Biz Resources Visit www.FEMusician.com and www.ProfitableMusician.comVisit our Sponsor Drea Lake at drealake.comVisit our Sponsor Ed and Carol Nicodemi at edandcarolnicodemi.comVisit our Sponsor Doug Momary at lagunaproductions.netVisit www.wosradio.com for more details and to submit music to our review board for consideration.Visit our resources for Indie Artists: https://www.wosradio.com/resources
It was just last Thursday that St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner announced she will resign June 1. But that's not good enough for Attorney General Andrew Bailey, who is seeking her immediate removal. STLPR politics correspondent Jason Rosenbaum discusses Bailey's actions as well as the person who Gov. Mike Parson might choose to replace Gardner.
Dads From the Crypt: A Tales From The Crypt Podcast
We review the Tales From The Crypt season 6, Episode 12 episode "Doctor of Horror" with writer/director Kyra Gardner! Her new documentary "Living With Chucky" is now streaming on @screamboxtv and available on all VOD digital platforms! This week's TFC stars: Hank Azaria, Travis Tritt, Ben Stein & Austin Pendleton Directed by Larry Wilson Follow Dads From the Crypt! Twitter: @cryptdads Instagram: @dadsfromthecrypt Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DadsFromTheCrypt
Listen as Pastor Tyler continues in our " Who Is This Jesus?" series and teaches on The Branch that resides, The Gardner that renews and The Vine you must rely on. To stay connected to what's happening at Mission Church, follow us on any of the following platforms: Instagram instagram.com/missionchurchca Podcast missionchurchca.com/watch Newsletter missionchurchca.com/updates Mission Church is a new church in the East Bay Area of California. Get more info at missionchurchca.com
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Happy Friday. We have a new episode. On the episode we will talk about mental health, self care, personal happiness, and creating a safe space. ...............................Our guest is Ciera Gardner (they/them) as we discuss their journey in the Arts and their role in Red Riding Hood happening now until June 9th at Arden Theatre..........................Ciera Gardner, (they/them) is a local actor, mover, and collaborator in Philadelphia and surrounding areas. Credits include: Peer Gynt (Enchantment Theatre), Wine in the Wilderness (Philadelphia Artist Collective), Richard III (Theatre in the X), Peter and the Starcatcher (Theatre Horizon), The Gap (Azuka Theatre), Coriolanus (Shakespeare in Clark Park). Follow Ciera on Instagram ........................Red Riding Hood is a must see for all ages. Make sure you support the arts in every way. Thank you Ciera for your time and we are happy to support your career. .........................Review of Red Riding HoodFollow me on the blog at ToitimeblogSocials as Toitimeblog ...........................Drink of the day: Prickly Pear Margarita
Facing a move by the Missouri attorney general to oust her, a contempt of court charge and increasing public and legislative pressure, Gardner announced Thursday that she will resign effective June 1. STLPR correspondent Jason Rosenbaum breaks down the story and what happens next.
During the second hour of The K&C Masterpiece Shawn Merriman joins the guys and My buddy's an Idiot and Gridiron Gravy....does Rigo get it right?
Hour 4: Sauce Gardner was spitting game to Jessica Alba and her friend at the Garden the other night. The guys talk about how many people will watch the NBA playoffs over the weekend. And the Bucks have fired their head coach a few years after winning a title.
97.1 Legal Analyst Brad Young joins the Mark Reardon Show to discuss Gardner's resignation letter, and what it means for the future of St. Louis.
Hour 2: Dawn Kendrick brings you today's Sue's (Dawn's) New! Then, the Host of KMOX's Dollars and Sense show, Dave Simons, shares on yesterday's Fed rate hike before Mark and Dawn discuss Ed Sheeran being found not liable in a court case. Later, 97.1 Legal Analyst Brad Young joins the Mark Reardon Show to discuss Gardner's resignation letter, and what it means for the future of St. Louis.
Missouri State Senator Mary Elizabeth Coleman joins Mark Reardon to discuss the implications of Kim Gardner's resignation and what the focus will be on as the session wraps up before Mark welcomes Missouri State Representative Steve Butz to hear his thoughts as well! © 2023 KFTK/KMOX (Audacy). All rights reserved. | Photo credit Bill Greenblatt/UPI
Arielle Gardner believes in putting down roots, both in her new role as farm manager at Sylvester Manor Educational Farm, and as a contributing member of the community. With the arrival of spring at the farm, Arielle is deeply into all things agricultural at the moment, from seeds to mulch, asparagus to piglets. Susan Carey Dempsey of the Shelter Island Reporter sat down with Arielle recently to talk about her work at the farm.
Meet Taylor. He's with Highway Lines cannabis here in Oklahoma. In this episode, Taylor shares about using cannabis for sleep, stomach issues and playing hockey growing up. We also talk about how he got his foot in the Oklahoma cannabis industry, how being with plants teaches you patience, and what it's like being happy with the entrepreneur's life and not compromising jobs for what you actually want to do.
Soccer Matters second hour, Glenn is joined by former Arsenal player Phillippe Senderos on his new Sporting Director job in Servette. After joined by, former USL player josh Gardner who is now getting involved with the Houston soccer community with MLS next, the new MLS youth development project. All this and more on Soccer Matters
Glenn Davis is joined by former MLS player josh Gardner who is now getting involved with the Houston soccer community with MLS next, the new MLS youth development project. Houston grown former athlete is joining the development part of the game with the new MLS next team in Houston Rangers. Information over all of this and much more on Soccer Matters
KMOX Reporter Kevin Killeen joins the show talking about another Kim Gardner case being possibly delayed.
From age 7, Jeff Giagnocavo understood the power of small business and the impact it has on those who own the business and the communities they live in. After selling his first business at the age of 16 to buy a car he's been on an epic entrepreneurial journey ever since and is now a sought out consultant for business owners who desperately want to do life and business on their terms. Jeff does business in your bedroom. He co-owns Gardner's Mattress & More, the region's premier better sleep store. For 13 years in a row they have been named a Reader's Choice Winner - favorite place to buy a mattress. He is fanatical about the 5-star experience and has gathered thousands of online and in store 5-star reviews. His book Sleep Better has helped thousands of people wake up happy too. As a driven entrepreneur he has licensed both his own custom software and educational marketing materials to others in his industry and in other industries. On any given day his marketing ideas, tools and software are in use across more than 500 retail door fronts. Jeff's marketing skills and knowledge have been featured regularly in Forbes, Target Marketing, Dan Kennedy's NO BS series of books & newsletters, Furniture Today, Sleep Savvy Magazine, Marketing Miracles, Predictable Profits Playbook, Lead the Field, Fox Business News, WGAL and Success Magazine. Jeff's passion is to unlock the potential of every business owner. Shift them into the investor seat in their business and unlock the true joy and reward of business ownership so they can truly do life and business on their terms and live what Jeff calls their very own Big Ticket Life.
Ron talks to our friends at Bonide and talks to Gary Bachman.
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Episode Description Rescinding the practice of human-exceptionalism may be required to treat animals and other non-human species with more grace. But it might also be required to re-orient how we understand how the non-human world operates and thus the decisions we make that may disrupt the order of the multi-species communities we are all part of. Dr. Emma Gardner proposes an "ecological permission structure", or a parallel planning process that takes into account the needs and desires of multi-species communities. Episode Notes Dr. Emma Gardner The Animals of Farthing Wood Watership Down Raymond Williams, Problems in Materialism and Culture: Selected Essays Safina, C. (2015). Beyond words: What animals think and feel. Toad Patrol Andrew Balmford's summary of land sparing Land sparers feel their oats Gardner, E., Sheppard, A., & Bullock, J. (2022). Why biodiversity net gain requires an ecological permission system. Town and Country Planning Association Journal, 391-402. Freedom of Movement: how do animals get around in our moderns world? [Online Event] adamcalo.substack.com Music by Blue Dot Sessions: “Kilkerrin” by Blue Dot Sessions (www.sessions.blue).
This lecture was given on February 8, 2023 at Trinity University, San Antonio. The handout for this lecture can be found here: https://tinyurl.com/yczkuphu. For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Sister Elinor Gardner is a member of the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia. Before arriving at University of Dallas, she taught at Aquinas College in Nashville, TN and at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. Her doctoral work (Boston College) was on the ethics of Thomas Aquinas ("St Thomas Aquinas on the Death Penalty").
In this episode, we're joined by a highly decorated Air Force Veteran and a retired Colonel, Ms. Michelle (aka “G-I”) Gardner-Ince, who is the Director of the Women Veteran-Owned Small Business Initiative (WVOSBI) at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU). Ms. Gardner-Ince is the architect of the first program of its kind in the federal government, the WVOSBI, which connects and enables women Veteran entrepreneurs within the VA, federal and commercial marketplace. The program is known in the Veteran and small business community as “VetBizLady” or “VetBizLadies,” and Ms. "G-I" leads the Department's efforts to develop programs that remove obstacles and enable the success of veteran-owned small businesses. She has successfully led several directorates within OSDBU, including the National Veterans Small Business Engagement (NVSBE), which is the Department's premier event for Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (VOSBs) to connect with Procurement Decision Makers and contracting experts from the federal and commercial marketplaces. Don't miss this inspiring conversation with Ms. Michelle Gardner-Ince. Let's welcome our next giant, Michelle (aka “G-I”) Gardner-Ince.
We were joined by former Michigan Quarterback Devin Gardner to talk about the Lions and tonight's NFL Draft, Michigan football, and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We are not our thoughts. We can reprogram our brain to help us thrive. Mikki Gardner is a certified life coach trained to help women sort out the overwhelm, confusion, fear, and self-doubt they feel after divorce. She is also certified in the Conscious Parenting Method and Applied Positive Psychology. Mikki focuses on helping moms move past their limiting beliefs, unravel the patterns of their past and become strong, effective, loving parents. In part one of our conversation with Mikki we explored the messiness of divorce and how to navigate co-parenting relationships with grace and intention while creating peace & staying grounded. Today we dive into reprogramming your brain to thrive and getting curious and asking questions about your own personal triggers. Our discussion today included: The power of choosing yourself and reprogramming your brain How to clean your brain The power of meditation and “downloading” The need to step outside of your comfort zone No magic pill to healing Three Steps of Conscious anything Looking at your “timezone” The activation of old wounds The need to get curious and ask questions Sign Up for a Free Conscious Co-Parenting Masterclass: https://mikkigardner.com/masterclass/ Thank you to our sponsor: HER Circle Patreon --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/herhealthcollective/support
Slow News Day with Kevin Clark
The Ringer's Kevin Clark and Lindsay Jones break down the latest news of NFL draft week. Then, Bills future Hall of Fame pass rusher Von Miller (9:18) and Jets star cornerback Sauce Gardner (23:45) join to share their perspectives on the Aaron Rodgers trade, their experiences with the NFL draft and what the public might not know about it, what makes for good offensive and defensive players in prospects, and more. Host: Kevin Clark Guests: Lindsay Jones, Von Miller, and Sauce Gardner Producer: Richie Bozek Additional Production Supervision: Conor Nevins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kristy Gardner was a wonderful guest, and I enjoyed talking to her about so many thing. For one, she's a former food blogger. You're going to love our chat on Canadian food and my love for poutine. Also, cheese curds. Kristy is also a cookbook author. You can get that book HERE. We had a great talk about sexual identity, and in the process, discovered the difficulties of restarting the human population after an apocalypse. I think we got to an uncomfortable agreement about the entire thing, but see for yourself. Fair warning though, it's uncomfortable.In fact, one of the most poignant questions was whether humanity is even worth restarting?Get Kristy's book, The Stars in Their Eyes, at the Nook Bookstore in Baldwin City, Kansas. Worldwide shipping available.You can learn more about Kristy's work at her website HERE. You can also catch up with her latest news at her Facebook Page, Instagram, and at Twitter.Subscribe to the Coffee in Space newsletter so you can stay up to date on all podcast episodes and news about the interviews!Coffee in Space is a crowd funded effort. To support the show, head over to Buy Me a Coffee and well....buy me a coffee! Thank you for your support!*All links go to an indie bookstore in Kansas called The Nook. I make no money from this link. It's just an opportunity to support good books from a great bookseller.
Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart Support The Daily Gardener Buy Me A Coffee Connect for FREE! The Friday Newsletter | Daily Gardener Community Historical Events 1575 Birth of Jakob Böhme, German original thinker. Jakob Böhme did a great deal of thinking and writing, not only about theology and Christianity but also about the natural world. Here's what Mary Oliver wrote about Böhme. I read Jacob Boehme and am caught in his shining web. Here are Desire and Will that should be (he says) as two arms at one task; in my life they are less cooperative. Will keeps sliding away down the hill to play when work is called for and Desire piously wants to labor when the best season of merriment is around me. Troublemakers both of them them. And another writer I admire and enjoy is Elizabeth Gilbert. Elizabeth wrote about Jakob Böhme in her book, The Signature of All Things. The title of her book is from something that Jakob Böhme had written. Jacob Boehme was a sixteenth-century cobbler from Germany who had mystical visions about plants. Many people considered him an early botanist. Alma's mother, on the other hand, had considered him a cesspool of residual medieval superstition. So there was considerable conflict of opinion surrounding Jacob Boehme. The old cobbler had believed in something he called the signature of all things"- namely, that God had hidden clues for humanity's betterment inside the design of every flower, leaf, fruit, and tree on earth. All the natural world was a divine code, Boehme claimed, containing proof of our Creator's love. 1766 Robert Bailey Thomas, founder, editor, and publisher of The Old Farmer's Almanac, is born. Robert made his first edition - his very first copy of The Old Farmer's Almanac -back in 1792. 1889 Paul George Russell, American botanist, is born. Paul George Russell was born in Liverpool, New York. He worked as a botanist for the United States government for over five decades. Paul George Russell went on collecting trips in Northern Mexico. He's remembered in the names of several different plants, including the Verbena russellii, a woody flowering plant that is very pretty. And he's also remembered in the naming of the Opuntia russellii, which is a type of prickly pear cactus. Now during his career, Paul George Russell could identify plants based on what their seeds looked like. One of the ways that he developed this skill is he compiled a seed bank of over 40,000 different types of sources. Today Paul George is most remembered for his work with cherry trees. He was a vital part of the team that was created to install the living architecture of Japanese cherry trees around the Washington Tidal Basin. Paul George Russell put together a little bulletin, a little USDA circular called Oriental Flowering Cherries, in March 1934. It was his most impressive work. His guide provided all kinds of facts and detailed information about the trees just when it was needed most. People were curious about the cherry trees and fell utterly in love with them once they saw them blooming in springtime. Paul George Russell passed away at the age of 73 after having a heart attack. On a poignant note, he was supposed to see his beloved cherry trees in bloom with his daughter. They had planned a trip to go to the tidal basin together. But unfortunately, that last visit never happened. So this year, when you see the cherry trees bloom, raise a trowel to Paul, George Russell, and remember him and his fine work. And if you can get your hands on a copy of that 72-page circular he created in 1934, that's a find. It's all still good information. 1841 Charles Sprague Sargent, American botanist, is born. He was the first director of Harvard University's Arnold Arboretum. Charles was known for being a little curmudgeonly. He was pretty stoic. One of my favorite stories about Charles was the day he went on an exploration of mountains. The botanist accompanying him could hardly contain himself when they stopped at a spot of singular beauty. The botanist was jumping around and shouting for joy, and he looked over at Charles Sprague Sargent and said something to the effect of "How can you stand there and say and do nothing amidst this incredible beauty?" That's one of my favorite stories and a glimpse into the personality of Charles Sprague Sargent. 1914 James M. Bates observed a deep violet patch of blooming flowers in an alfalfa field in Arcadia Valley County in Nebraska. James wrote about the experience in a publication called The American Botanist. The plant that James was writing about was Chorispora tenella, which is in the mustard family. It is known by several common names, including purple mustard, Musk mustard, or the cross flower - because it's a crucifer meaning the flowers are in a cross shape. Now the name Musk flower has to do with the fragrance, the smell;, on a website for Colorado wildflowers, the author wrote, I think they smell of Crayola crayons, warmed and melting in the sun. And so I called this plant, the crayon plant. So purple mustard or Muskflower, however, you call it, is edible, in case you were wondering. The backyard forger writes that You can snip the top four to six inches off of each plant. Including the flowers, which are not only edible, but pretty, now you might be asking yourself, how could I use purple mustard And feast magazine says this purple mustard can be used much the same way as you would. Other mustards Spread some on your next arugala sandwich. Serve it alongside pickles and crusty bread with charcuterie. Whisk a teaspoon into your vinaigrettes instead of Dijon. So there are some uses for your purple mustard. 1916 Today Vassar College honored Shakespeare on the 300th anniversary of his death by planting pansies. Students from Winifred Smith's Shakespeare class and Emmeline Moore's botany class planted the pansies in a garden on the school grounds. And, of course, Shakespeare referred to pansies as the flower for thoughts. A flower that can withstand the cold, pansies have a chemical, essentially nature's antifreeze, that allows it to fight those cold temperatures. The Canadian naturalist Charles Joseph Sariol once said that pansies should be grown from seed. Beatrix Potter liked Pansies. And the happy poet Edgar Albert Guest wrote about pansies in verse from his poem To Plant a Garden. If you'd get away from boredom, And find new delights to look for, Learn the joy of budding pansies, Which you've kept a special nook for. Pansies are a happy flower and a great way to honor Shakespeare. 1919 Ernest H. Wilson worked at the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University and received a shipment of Kurume azaleas from Japan. Ernest wrote, "104 azaleas were unpacked at the Arnold Arboretum at Harvard, and all were found alive. Considering the length of their journey. They were in good condition." Ernest also alludes to the fact that he had to work on nurturing his relationship with his growers and gardeners. The Kurume azaleas were grown by a Japanese gardener who had "a reluctance to part with them". And so the fact that these azaleas made it to America was in no small measure due to the relationship building and people skills of Ernest Henry Wilson - something that doesn't often get enough attention when we think about plant explorers. Grow That Garden Library™ Book Recommendation Tiny and Wild by Graham Laird Gardner Graham has the perfect last name for a garden author - Gardner. I mean, how'd that happen? In any case, this is a beautiful book. It's one of the prettiest books for gardeners this year. And the subtitle is Build a Small-Scale Meadow Anywhere. So, of course, we're talking about creating tiny Meadows on your property. The cover of this book had to be appealing; there are a lot of attractive purple flowers in the meadows, of course. The cover illustrates how you can integrate wildflowers - flowers you will find in Meadows that you can use in your outdoor living spaces and garden designs- and how those flowers play an essential role in our ecosystems. Now Graham kicks things off in this book by asking, "Why a mini meadow?" (I will share my thoughts on why a mini meadow might be just the ticket for your garden after Graham's appeal.) Graham writes, You've heard the calling for a more resilient biodiverse garden, full of flowers and movement that's inspired by natural plant communities and the wild spaces around you. Perhaps you feel a sense of nostalgia for the wilderness of your childhood? Or need to invite wild places home. Do you have a balcony or an underperforming section of yard? Maybe you have an area of lawn you'd like to convert or a section of your veggie plot you'd like to devote to attracting more pollinators and other beneficial insects; however, you're not quite sure where to begin. And so, of course, many Meadows might be the solution that you've been looking for. Now, when I think about answering the question, "Why mini-meadows?" I think the timing is correct in terms of design trends and acceptance. We've all been exposed to Piet Oudolf's gardens, and he's been incorporating plants like grasses and wildflowers for so long. He's been painting our public spaces with his version of Meadows - beautiful, beautiful Meadows - that are handpicked and planted to maximize beauty. So I think gardeners are ready for this book. The other day, I talked to my neighbor across the street, and she shares a common pond area with other neighbors. And for most of the year, it can be rather unsightly, especially if we're going through a drought. And so she was wondering what they could do, what they should be planting, and I think the answer is found in this book with many of the plants that would go in a meadow. Think of all kinds of grasses, wildflowers, and of course, incorporating lots of native plants - embracing the wildness that you find along so many of our waterways, whether it's a river, a brook, or a pond, for instance. Now the chapters in this book are as follows: First, find inspiration in your parks and the plant communities that are around you. The second chapter talks about the importance of site selection. Don't underestimate this because, as the saying goes for real estate and houses when you're going to home your plants, you need to think about location, location, location. Then the third chapter talks about design tips for your mini meadow -how to combine the beauty and the function of a field in your garden. The next couple of chapters get into the nitty-gritty of installing a meadow, which isn't as complicated as it sounds, but it's great to have a detailed guide like this to help you remember all the little details. Chapter Six talks about how to maintain your meadow, which is Probably the most crucial chapter in the book, and it's where the bulk of your annual laborers will come into play. And then, chapter seven is the fun chapter - What to Plant. Here Graham shares a bunch of different plant lists and charts so that you can pick the perfect plants for your tiny metal. I love that. So in the past couple of years, you've heard me talk about planting mini orchards, Reforesting with mini forests - and now we are here, building Tiny and wild Meadows In our gardens. You can get a copy of Tiny and Wild by Graham Laird Gardner and support the show using the Amazon link in today's show notes for around $17. Botanic Spark 1916 On this day, a small garden known as Foundation Stone was installed at Farm Leigh house in Phoenix Park. A man named Patrick Pearse helped christen the garden with a commemorative speech. This unique garden was a reflection of the solar system on that very day. So the planets and their alignment were perfectly represented by nine lichen-covered boulders positioned to orbit a granite bowl, representing the sun. This simple garden with nine boulders and a granite bowl also incorporated circular ripples of grass around the boulders, accentuating their perfect placement in the garden, which mirrored the night sky. To me, this garden perfectly illustrates that there is no end to the amount of creativity we can use when it comes to garden design. Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener And remember: For a happy, healthy life, garden every day.
The latest movie news, discussion, and more with Joe from Guy At The Movies and Sean from Math Teacher Movies! This week, Joe sits down with "Living with Chucky" director Kyra Elise Gardner. Be sure to subscribe and rate the pod! Hit the comments, but keep it classy! FOLLOW MATH TEACHER MOVIES: Instagram: @mathteachermovies TikTok: @mathteachermovies FOLLOW GUY AT THE MOVIES: Website: guyatthemovies.com Instagram: @guyatthemovies Twitter: @guyatthemovies1_ TikTok: @guyatthemovies Facebook: fb.me/guyatthemovies1 CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/guyatthemovies/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/guyatthemovies/support
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Big Ticket Life Jeff Giagnocavo, The Big Ticket Life – The Sharkpreneur podcast with Seth Greene Episode 907 Jeff Giagnocavo Jeff Giagnocavo does business in your bedroom. He co-owns Gardner's Mattress & More, the region's premier better sleep store. He is fanatical about the 5-star experience and has gathered thousands of 5-star reviews. His book Sleep Better has helped thousands of people wake up happy too. As a driven entrepreneur he has licensed both his own custom software and educational marketing materials to others in his industry and in other industries. Jeff's marketing skills and knowledge are regularly featured and acknowledged online, in books, and in magazines. He is best suited working with clients in a fractional visionary role with high performing integrators who realize they can hit new levels but just need an ally and visionary to support their efforts to get there. Listen to this informative Sharkpreneur episode with Jeff Giagnocavo about the pathway to success with The Big Ticket Life. Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week's show: - How business owners should work on their business not in their business. - Why a business owner's sole focus should be making good decisions for the companies he owns. - How business owners need to commit to delivering a high level of service to their clients. - Why business owners should always be thinking about their next step for growth. - How it's important to position yourself so your unlike anyone else in your market. Connect with Jeff: Guest Contact Info Instagram @jeff.giagnocavo Facebook facebook.com/jeffgiagnocavo LinkedIn linkedin.com/in/jeffgiagnocavo Links Mentioned: TheBigTicketLife.com The JeffG.com GardnersMattressAndMore.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Cone of Shame Veterinary Podcast
Dr. Mary Gardner joins the show to talk about when pet owner's don't believe in euthanasia. This can be an emotional experience full of hard conversations for veterinarians. Let's get into it! LINKS: Lap of Love Pet Hospice: https://www.lapoflove.com/ It's Never Long Enough: A practical guide to caring for your geriatric dog: https://amzn.to/3TpvhNi Nine Lives Are Not Enough: A Practical Guide to Caring for Your Geriatric Cat (Old Cat Care and Pet Loss): https://amzn.to/40aEviE Dr. Mary Gardner Homepage: https://www.drmarygardner.com/ Dr. Mary Gardner YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@DrMaryGardner Dr. Andy Roark Exam Room Communication Tool Box Team Training Course: https://drandyroark.com/on-demand-staff-training/ Dr. Andy Roark Charming the Angry Client Team Training Course: https://drandyroark.com/charming-the-angry-client/ Dr. Andy Roark Swag: drandyroark.com/shop All Links: linktr.ee/DrAndyRoark Links to Amazon.com are affiliate links and help support the show. (They're also much smaller than normal links and easier to copy when typing up show notes!) ABOUT OUR GUEST: There is nothing better to Dr. Gardner than a dog with a grey muzzle or skinny old cat! Her professional goal is to increase awareness and medical care for the geriatric veterinary patient and to help make the final life stage to be as peaceful as possible, surrounded with dignity and support for all involved. A University of Florida graduate (AND ANDY'S CLASSMATE!), she discovered her niche in end-of-life care and is the co-founder and CIO of Lap of Love which has over 300 veterinarians around the country dedicated to veterinary hospice and euthanasia in the home. Dr. Gardner and Lap of Love have been featured in Entrepreneur Magazine, The New York Times, the Associated Press, The Doctors and numerous professional veterinary publications. She is co-author of the textbook “The Treatment and Care of the Veterinary Patient”, co-author of a children's activity book focused on saying goodbye to a dog called “Forever Friend”, and the author of a book dedicated to pet owners “It's Never Long Enough: A practical guide to caring for your geriatric dog”. Dr. Gardner also won VMX Small Animal Speaker of the year in 2020!
Tune in to hear:- What life experiences gave rise to Mac Gardner's mission to improve financial literacy particularly among children?- What is Mac's book, The Four Money Bears, all about and how has his experience been when sharing it with others all over the globe?- Does Mac have any particularly memorable anecdotes about sharing the book in a classroom setting, or elsewhere, where he learned something unique from kids' reactions? - Where are we falling short as a society and industry that's allowing people to have such a huge gap in their financial education?- Financial literacy education efforts often show lackluster results. How can we make financial literacy work for us in practice and not just in theory?- What does Mac think the future of gamification will look like with respect to financial literacy?- How can we properly use allowance to better teach our kids about the value of a dollar?- How can parents with privilege help their kids gain some perspective on things?https://www.thefourmoneybears.comhttps://finlittech.comCompliance Code: 0915-OAS-3/31/2023
Co-parenting can be challenging. The three A's of Conscious Co-Parenting can completely alter how you navigate life after divorce or separation. Mikki Gardner is a certified life coach trained to help women sort out the overwhelm, confusion, fear, and self-doubt they feel after divorce. She is also certified in the Conscious Parenting Method and Applied Positive Psychology. Mikki focuses on helping moms move past their limiting beliefs, unravel the patterns of their past and become strong, effective, loving parents. Today we explore the messiness of divorce and how to navigate co-parenting relationships with grace and intention while creating peace & staying grounded. Our discussion today included: Remembering our quarterlife crisis and the need to figure out what to do with our lives. The power in connecting with animals. Embracing curiosity is necessary for change to happen Divorce can be a catalyst for change The need to slow down Parenting your children when in a dark place yourself The lifelong struggle of perfectionism Mikki's personal experience with divorce and navigating co-parenting w/ grace Divorce as a Year of Firsts Mikki's 3-step formula for conscious co-parenting Reactivity is the biggest threat Sign Up for a Free Conscious Co-Parenting Masterclass: https://mikkigardner.com/masterclass/ Thank you to our sponsor: HER Circle Patreon --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/herhealthcollective/support
New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce
92%ers we are back with part 1 of our special NFL Draft Preview episode presented by our friends at Buffalo Wild Wings. Part 2 will be dropping next Monday so make sure you're subscribed so you don't miss it. In this episode, we take a look at the Big Yeti getting buckets in High School, Donna Kelce making the NFL Hall of Fame before Tom Brady, give a breakdown of Travis' just a bit outside first pitch, and give a shoutout to the NFL's new highest-paid player Jalen Hurts. We also explain what players like Jason and Travis are up to during draft week, why you should ignore mock drafts, and tell you which draft terminology matters. This episode also includes our electric conversation with NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year, Sauce Gardner of the New York J-E-T-S Jets Jets Jets. We touch on everything from his Vegas draft day experience, why his golf game kept him from being a New York Giant, his first text to Aaron Rodgers, learning from Darrelle Revis, who is on his DB Mt. Rushmore, and if he thinks he's got the best nickname in the NFL. As always, watch and listen to new episodes of New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce every Wednesday & check us out on Instagram, Twitter, and Tik Tok for all the best moments from the show. Merch: https://homage.com/newheights Support the Show: BUFFALO WILD WINGS: For a limited time order any BDubs burger and get six boneless wings for just $1! ATHLETIC GREENS: Visit https://athleticgreens.com/newheights for a FREE 1-year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. SEAT GEEK: Use code KELCE20 for $20 off your first SeatGeek order. https://seatgeek.onelink.me/RrnK/KELCE20 LOWES: Check out https://Lowes.com/Pro to shop the tools, safety gear, and supplies the Pros use to build the NFL Draft stage. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode host Jason Godbey interviews Kyra Elise Gardner the director of the new documentary about the CHILD'S PLAY franchise, LIVING WITH CHUCKY along with a review of the film and updates on upcoming movie releases. Show theme by Christopher Gillard Produced by Brenda Btrayed Oliver & Jason Godbey Sponsored by JMR Rentals www.JMRNY.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/no-rest-for-the-weekend/support
Eva Gardner is a highly talented bassist, singer, and songwriter who has made a significant impact on the music industry. Born in Los Angeles, California, in 1979, Gardner grew up surrounded by music, as her father, Kim Gardner, was a successful bassist who played with a variety of prominent rock bands, including The Creation and The Birds. Check out Eva's Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/evagardner/ Check out Eva's website: http://www.evagardner.com/ Subscribe to the email list and get yourself some free goodies: https://producelikeapro.com Want to create radio ready mixes from the comfort of your home? Go check out https://promixacademy.com/courses/ Check out all other services here: https://linktr.ee/producelikeapro
Today is the first hearing in the effort by Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey to remove the top prosecutor in St. Louis. He says Gardner is mismanaging the office. She says neglect of duty has not been proven.
Journey Beyond Divorce Podcast
I am so excited to chat with today's guest about her 3 A's to Conscious CoParenting. How you VIEW your child and their behavior, your ability to self regulate amidst the storm and the skill of presence and responsiveness as you address your child's behavior is a brilliantly powerful way to parent…yet by no means easy. Today's Guest, Mikki Gardner walks us through the 3 A's, the importance of each step and the immensely valuable impact this practice has on your daily life as a parent and your relationship with your child. Mikki Gardner is a Certified Life + Conscious Parenting Coach, and the host of the Co-Parenting With Confidence Podcast. Driven by her own struggles of overcoming divorce, Mikki helps moms move past the divorce drama and conflict to become calm, confident co-parents, even without their ex's participation. Contact Mikki Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/co-parenting-with-confidence/id1591303883 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mikkigardner/ Website: https://mikkigardner.com/ Free Giveaway: Conscious Co-Parenting Masterclass - 3 Steps to turn your co-parenting chaos into calm - www.mikkigardner.com/masterclass Contact Journey Beyond Divorce Request a Free Rapid Relief Call at http://rapidreliefcall.com/ For more information on Journey Beyond Divorce visit: www.jbddivorcesupport.com
Proteins, carbs, and fats … most people understand what the last two are. Carbs are sugars, and fat is, well, fat. It's protein that's so important to our diets, but so often misunderstood — by the general public, that is.Since the 1950s and 1960s, scientists have been measuring how protein affects our performance, how it supports and maintains the body's structure, and how best to incorporate it into our diets. From big steaks to protein shakes, tofu to seitan, protein is more available now than ever before. With so many options, surely we're getting enough protein? In today's episode, Jonathan speaks with a leading nutritional researcher to find out.Christopher Gardner is a professor at Stanford University and a member of ZOE's scientific advisory board. He's pioneering the movement to redefine how we understand the quality of our protein intake.If you want to uncover the right foods for your body, head to joinzoe.com/podcast and get 10% off your personalized nutrition program.03:02 - Quickfire questions04:19 - What is protein?08:07 - Can our bodies make the proteins we need?08:37 - The mechanism for our bodies creating amino acids.09:33 - What is an essential amino acid?10:45 - Crazy study Stanford scientists did to find the Estimated Average Requirement of protein.15:24 - How much protein should we consume?18:15 - How much protein do we already consume?23:02 - Can our bodies store protein?24:02 - What happens to excess protein in our bodies?24:51 - Protein Scam Alert!25:28 - Stanford Study: Does the type of protein we consume affect physical performance?28:15 - Protein requirements for kids and pregnant women.31:05 - What is Amino Acid Distribution?33:03 - Are plants missing certain amino acids?33:47 - How is AAD like the game of Scrabble?38:30 - What is the healthiest source of protein?38:41 - Dr. Gardner's case for changing the way we define “protein quality” in the US41:33 - Jonathan's summary43:59 - Goodbyes 44:42 - Outro Episode transcripts are available here.Follow Chris: https://twitter.com/GardnerPhDStudies mentioned in this episode.Maximizing the intersection of human health and the health of the environment with regard to the amount and type of protein produced and consumed in the United StatesDiet for a Small Planet by Frances Moore LappéPerspective: The Public Health Case for Modernizing the Definition of Protein QualityFollow ZOE on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zoe/Is there a nutrition topic you'd like us to cover? Get in touch, and we'll do our best to cover it.