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Histoires de Darons
Christophe Beaugrand et Ghislain racontent leur parcours GPA

Histoires de Darons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 67:55


Cette semaine, je reçois non pas un mais deux papas ! Christophe Beaugrand, que vous avez pu voir sur TF1, LCI, et son mari, Ghislain ont écrit ce livre intitulé Fils à papa(s). Ils y parlent du parcours GPA qu'ils ont suivi pour leur amener leur fils Valentin, qui a aujourd'hui 2 ans.Acheter le livre sur amazon.fr (lien affilié) ou placedeslibrairesPar ici pour le lien vers la boutique French DisorderÀ écouter également :Adrien et Fabien, leur parcours GPALoïc a donné ses spermatozoïdes

Les enfants vont bien: homoparentalité et autres schémas familiaux

Le 15 octobre est une date à retenir, comme beaucoup me direz-vous! Quelle date n'est pas une journée mondiale de quelque chose maintenant. Chaque cause, des plus dérisoires aux plus sérieuses sont célébrées sur le calendrier. Mais le 15 octobre est la journée mondiale de la sensibilisation au deuil périnatal. Dans un podcast qui parle de parentalité, même si cette parentalité a une composante extra-ordinaire, je ne peux pas ne pas traiter du deuil périnatal car il ne nous épargne pas, hélas, quand bien même nos grossesses sont si précieuses car issues d'une PMA, d'une GPA, ou d'une insémination artisanale, en bref d'un parcours long et tortueux.Cette année encore j'ai souhaité vous faire écouter un témoignage, celui de Florence et Marion, pour affirmer et reconnaître leur parentalité, pour faire exister leur petit Ambroise aux yeux de nous tous, et non pas seulement à ceux de leur cercle proche. Par leur histoire je souhaite véhiculer et faire parler du deuil perinatal, légitimer les familles, leur donner un espace dans lequel elles se reconnaissent et se sentent entourées. Je sais que vous allez me dire, qu'écouter cet épisode et le suivant, vous semble trop difficile, trop engageant émotionnellement, c'est le cas et j'en ai conscience, mais c'est aussi ainsi que vous affirmerez l'existence d'Ambroise et que vous sensibiliserez à votre tour autour du deuil Périnatal. Florence lève le voile sur les difficultés qu'elles rencontrent, devant l'absence de reconnaissance de leur fils et devant la douleur des autres qui les empêche de parler de leur bébé et sur les maladresses à éviter face à des personnes touchées par ce deuil la. Elle nous fait aussi quelques confidences sur leur chemin de vie et les projets qui les animent pour avancer, sur la solidarité incroyable des réseaux sociaux qui les a tant soutenu ces derniers temps .Cet épisode sera suivi, lundi prochain, du témoignage de Marion sur l'après, sur le comment on surmonte la perte d'un enfant soi même et au sein du couple, un témoignage qui m'a ému et touché en plein cœur.Florence et Marion vous le savez mais je vous le redis, j'ai fait de belles rencontres grâce à Instagram, vous en faites partie et j'ai vraiment hâte de notre rencontre.Encore merci pour votre confiance.Cet épisode a été enregistré il y a un peu plus de 3 semaines, nous y évoquons une cagnotte qui a été complétée très rapidement après. Alors que Léa a demandé le versement de la somme sur le compte de Florence et Marion, Leetchi, le collecteur de la cagnotte, a décidé arbitrairement que le motif de la cagnotte contrevenait aux lois françaises et qu'ils rembourseraient les sommes perçues aux contributeurs. Pour certains c'est à ce moment là que vous avez dû découvrir l'histoire de Florence et Marion. Nous avons fait du bruit, et il en aura fallu pour que Leetchi s'excuse et prenne en charge le montant déjà remboursé de la cagnotte, pour le reverser à Florence et Marion. Bien des péripéties dont elles n'avaient pas besoin! Le motif d'annulation de la cagnotte était l'illégalité des PMA à l'étranger pour les couples de femmes alors même que des cagnottes pour les mêmes motifs étaient versées à des couples hétérosexuels. Je vous laisse juger du niveau d'information de ce site de cagnotte en ligne. La PMA a l'étranger est reconnue et légale depuis 2013 puisqu'elle nous permet l'adoption de nos enfants. Enfin ce n'est pas à vous que je vais apprendre cela.----------------------------------Musique de cet épisode:Josh Woodward I'll be right behind you JoséphineSoutenez ce podcast http://supporter.acast.com/lesenfantsvontbien. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

Suno Research
MORNING CALL: Suspensão da tarifa de escassez de energia e GPA vendendo lojas do Extra para o Assaí

Suno Research

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 36:41


Suspensão da tarifa de escassez de energia e GPA vendendo lojas do Extra para o Assaí

GAA on Off The Ball
Proposal B | GPA release financial info | Carew questions inequality

GAA on Off The Ball

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 13:30


Ger and Eoin discussed the latest developments ahead of Special Congress following the GPA's letter to delegates and Carlow manager Niall Carew questioning the issues facing smaller counties #OTBAM is LIVE with Gillette | #BestFaceForward

OldPreMeds Podcast
291: Low GPA: What Should I Do During My Gap Year?

OldPreMeds Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 13:09


Today's nontrad is a teacher for Teach for America. They want to know if a postbac is a good idea to raise their GPA, or if their teaching experience is enough.

Flip Your Script
Todd Rose: From High School Dropout to Harvard Professor

Flip Your Script

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 56:39


He dropped out of high school with a 0.9 GPA and worked 10 minimum wage jobs to support his wife and kids, including one of the worst jobs imaginable just to make $1 more an hour. So how did Todd Rose turn his life around to become an honors student, Harvard professor, author and think tank founder? In this episode of Flip Your Script with Kristi Piehl, Todd shares his journey and why he is now committed to helping people live more fulfilling lives.

Okay. Now What? - A Show for The Young and The Anxious.
Landing Your Dream Job (Even With a Low GPA) - Inteview with Brett Axler

Okay. Now What? - A Show for The Young and The Anxious.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 60:55


Today I am SO excited to have the inspiring Brett Axler on the show! Since landing his first gig with the NFL when he was a senior at High School, Brett's career has gone from strength to strength - and now he's on the show to share with us his best tips and strategies so you can do the same! And no, it wasn't a GPA that helped Brett get into his dream college or get hired at the world's biggest firms - so be sure to tune in to learn how you can stand out from the crowd even if your grades aren't as high as needed. As Brett will teach us, there's ALWAYS another place to get to where you want to go! And also why you should totally create a Linkedin profile, TODAY. Your future self will thank you for it.  Check out Brett's new book HERE, connect with him on Linkedin and Instagram HERE.

Le podcast des Maternelles
Mon bébé a deux papas

Le podcast des Maternelles

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 30:03


Christophe Beaugrand est journaliste et animateur de télévision. Il est le papa de Valentin qui a 2 ans aujourd'hui et il raconte dans un livre son parcours pour devenir papa : « Fils à papa(s) » édité chez Plon. Pour les couples d'hommes, le désir de paternité se heurte souvent à la loi française qui n'autorise pas la gestation pour autrui, mais aussi à quelques préjugés... Christophe vient témoigner.

Les enfants vont bien: homoparentalité et autres schémas familiaux
Christophe et Ghislain: Valentin, Fils à Papa(s)

Les enfants vont bien: homoparentalité et autres schémas familiaux

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 69:13


Nous œuvrons chaque jour à notre niveau pour visibiliser nos familles car c'est ainsi, en partageant notre bonheur et notre amour que nous contribuons à éveiller les consciences et à faire changer les opinions.Certains d'entre nous, ont une visibilité plus importante, ils sont des personnages publics et voient leur vie privée être la source de grandes discussions, et de jugements à l'emporte pièce, aussi bien sûr une serviette de plage qu'a la machine à café. Et plutôt que de se préserver par crainte des trolls et autres esprits critiques, comme nous, ils vivent au grand jour leur rêve de famille et « normalisent » nos quotidiens.Christophe et Ghislain ont fait ce choix là, celui de raconter leur parcours de GPA, de montrer leur vie en partageant chaque jour les petits événements et les grandes découvertes autour de leur fils Valentin. Ils militent ainsi à leur façon en faisant de la pédagogie ordinaire au travers de leurs comptes sur les réseaux sociaux: @tof_beaugrand et @ghislainbeaugrandgerin. Evidement ils se heurtent autant que nous; si ce n'est plus, à des réflexions douloureuses et dégradantes. Et pourtant, il leur a semblé évident de se livrer par écrit, pour véhiculer un message d'espoir, celui de dire aux plus jeunes que l'homosexualité n'est pas antinomique avec la parentalité, celui de raconter aux futurs parents le rythme et la faisabilité d'un parcours de GPA, celui de partager avec les parents un quotidien ordinaire.Leur livre Fils à Papa(s) aux éditions Plon est sorti le 7 octobre, tout en confidences et en émotions.Je vous remercie encore Christophe et Ghislain pour votre confiance.Je vous souhaite une bonne écoute.Soutenez ce podcast http://supporter.acast.com/lesenfantsvontbien. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

GAA on Off The Ball
Niall Morgan, Podge Collins and Mickey Quinn on why the players want change | GAA on OTB AM

GAA on Off The Ball

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 11:40


The GPA speaks up ahead of the vote on possible Championship format changes. Gillette | #BestFaceForward

EECO Asks Why Podcast
157. Hero - Scott McNeil, The Industrial Wi-Fi Guy

EECO Asks Why Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 21:56


Scott McNeil is one of the most passionate people in industry and his love for what he does comes out in everything he does.  In this hero conversation Scott takes us back to where it all began when he jumped into the wireless game 16 years ago.  He served some time in his local school district and even supported a community college.  Since joining GPA he's ad the opportunity to service the industrial market and he's loving every minute.  Scott speaks to the opportunities that exist in the industrial sector and how projects at manufacturing plants such as BMW to efforts at pulp and paper producers create unique and fun challenges for wireless solutions.   As "The Industrial WiFi Guy" he's building a community to help people learn more about these solutions and for those that follow him on LinkedIn you'll quickly see how much of an advocate and support Scott is for others along their wireless journeys.Scott is a big supporter of autism awareness and has a son that drives him to educate others about autism and his social media activity highlights how Scott is addressing this head on. He's also a huge water guy and has an annual Disney trip always on the books.  This is such a fun conversation from an industry hero!  Do like Scott does - grab a cold beverage of choice, sit back and enjoy the tale of the Industrial Wi-Fi Guy! Guest: Scott McNeil - Industrial Network and Security Architect II at GPAHost: Chris GraingerExecutive Producer: Adam SheetsPodcast Editor: Andi ThrowerGlobal Process Automation (GPA)The Industrial WiFi Shop

The Built Different Podcast with Zach Clinton
The Built Different Podcast-Episode 37-Brooke Bryan

The Built Different Podcast with Zach Clinton

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 37:31


Brooke Bryan BioLiberty University Lacrosse PlayerPrep• Graduate of Oaks Christian High School• Four-year letter winner• Three-year captain• Garnered inclusion all the Headmasters List all four years while maintaining a GPA between 3.75 and 4.0• Received Headmaster Award• Served as the Athletic Prefect as a junior and the Prefect Executive of Leadership as a senior• Earned Lions Scholar Award in each of her four years of high school• National Honor Society member• Also played water polo at Oaks ChristianPersonal• Daughter of Brice and Shelene Bryan• Intends on majoring in interdisciplinary studies

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
Episode 189: Wire Taps—College Athletes, RankingsWire Debut

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 41:27


Despite the chilly rains sweeping through England and France over the past few days, Alex and Graham bring a particularly sunny disposition to WireTaps this week. They kick things off with a breakdown of the incoming class profiles at Ross and Stern, do a bit of promo for the Clear Admit Interview Guides and for the final essay workshop for the fall (featuring admissions directors from Stanford, Chicago Booth, NYU Stern, LBS, INSEAD and slated for this Wednesday at 12 pm ET)! Sign up here: https://bit.ly/essayeventseries In terms of candidate profiles, this week, two college athletes try to counteract their subpar undergrad GPAs and wonder if a stellar GMAT result or a fantastic GPA from a master's program will do the trick. Also, for the first time, Alex and Graham review a post to our new tool, MBA RankingsWire, breaking down a user submission by request. This episode was recorded in Cornwall, England and Paris, France. It was produced by Dennis Crowley mere blocks away from the 'Rocky Steps' in sunny Philadelphia. Please remember to rate and review this show wherever you listen. You can also contact your hosts at info@clearadmit.com if you'd like to share your thoughts, questions, life decisions, or MLB World Series tickets. Thanks for listening!

THINK Business with Jon Dwoskin
The Secret To Artificial Intelligence

THINK Business with Jon Dwoskin

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 28:32


Jon talks with Chad Burmeister, Founder & CEO of SclaeX.ai, about artificial intelligence how to utilize the technology when it comes to growing his outbound icons. Chad has a successful career in building high-velocity sales teams at companies including Cisco-WebEx, Riverbed Technology, ON24, ConnectAndSell, and RingCentral. Chad was the Founding Chapter President of the AA-ISP Silicon Valley Chapter which was voted two years in a row as “Chapter of the Year”, Director of AA-ISP Frontline Friday, and Colorado Chapter President to help advance the profession of inside sales to the next level of professionalism and performance. Chad is currently on the team that launched the Denver Enterprise Sales Forum. Chad has been voted Top 25 Most Influential Inside Sales Professional by the AA-ISP 10 years in a row (2010 – 2019) and continues to be at the forefront of inside sales and high-velocity selling strategy & execution. Chad graduated from Loyola Marymount University with an MS in Computer Information Sciences, 4.0 GPA. Chad is also the author of two books called SalesHack. And more recently ScaleX.ai, Multi-Channel Sales Acceleration, Powered by Artificial Intelligence.   Connect with Jon Dwoskin: Twitter: @jdwoskin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonathan.dwoskin  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejondwoskinexperience/  Website: https://jondwoskin.com/  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jondwoskin/  Email: jon@jondwoskin.com  Get Jon's Book: The Think Big Movement: Grow your business big. Very Big!   Connect with Chad Burmeister: Website: https://www.scalex.ai/  Twitter: https://twitter.com/scalexai   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scalexai  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/scalex-ai/  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFiQToFPkGvlxgZM5AIXEGg/ 

What Are You Sporting About?
Ep. #64-Jennifer L. Williams-Former athlete talks Sports, Transitioning & going “Pro in life” with Sivonnia DeBarros, Protector of Athletes

What Are You Sporting About?

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 31:53


Jennifer L. WilliamsJennifer Lynne Williams is the Chief Development Officer for the USA Basketball Foundation. In this role, she is responsible for all aspects of the USA Basketball Foundation, including developing a holistic fundraising platform to support various USA Basketball national team programs and youth and sport development initiatives.Named on Oct. 10, 2018, the director of intercollegiate athletics at Alabama State University, Williams previously served as Alabama State's interim athletic director and deputy athletic director for the 2016-17 and 2017-18 academic years. During her time at ASU, the Hornets experienced tremendous success, with athletic teams winning 43 Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) championships, three consecutive commissioner cups and two conference academic awards for the highest GPA under her leadership.Williams spent four years (2012-16) at North Carolina A&T State University as the associate athletic director for development and executive director of the Aggie Athletic Foundation. While there, she oversaw all giving initiatives for athletics, while overseeing the athletics marketing department. She also was the liaison between IMG Sports Properties and the department of athletics. In 2014, the Aggie Athletic Foundation was recognized as a model booster organization by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).Williams also worked at DePaul University as the assistant director of development for athletics (2009-12) and worked in development and marketing for Women Leaders in College Sports (formerly the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators).Williams was named the 2018 Women Leaders in College Sports Division I (FCS) Administrator of the Year and was selected by her alma mater, North Carolina Central University, as a 40-under-40 Class of 2016 honoree, recognizing young NCCU alumni who have made significant contributions in the arts, entertainment, healthcare, sciences, education, law, business, entrepreneurship, philanthropy, public service or government.A four-year letterman and two-year captain in women's basketball at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Williams began her professional career as a reporter for the Tar Heel Sports Network and as a production assistant for Fox Sports South.The Detroit native earned her bachelor's degree as a double major in journalism and African American history at North Carolina, and a master's degree in athletic administration from NCCU, where she graduated magna cum laude. In 2018 Williams was appointed to the NCAA Division I Council, where she served on the Football Oversight Committee as part of her council duties; and was an executive committee member of the National Association of Athletic Development Directors (NAADD).She also served on the Women Leaders in College Sports Board of Directors, the NCAA Board of Governors Committee to Promote Cultural Diversity and Equity, the Black AD Alliance, and the Black Coaches United Board of Directors.To connect with Jennifer Williams follow her on LinkedIn and Instagram.About Sivonnia DeBarrosSivonnia DeBarros – the Protector of Athletes – is a first-generation lawyer and law business owner, woman in business and a former track and field Division-I College athlete. DeBarros is passionate about helping athletes in business protect their brands through collaborative partnerships, education and support necessary to carry them to the next level. DeBarros's practice areas are Business, Employment, Sports, and Entertainment. Learn more about her services at www.prosportlawyer.com and www.sldebarros.com.

Business Innovators Radio
Ep. #64-Jennifer L. Williams-Former athlete talks Sports, Transitioning & going “Pro in life” with Sivonnia DeBarros, Protector of Athletes

Business Innovators Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 31:53


Jennifer L. WilliamsJennifer Lynne Williams is the Chief Development Officer for the USA Basketball Foundation. In this role, she is responsible for all aspects of the USA Basketball Foundation, including developing a holistic fundraising platform to support various USA Basketball national team programs and youth and sport development initiatives.Named on Oct. 10, 2018, the director of intercollegiate athletics at Alabama State University, Williams previously served as Alabama State's interim athletic director and deputy athletic director for the 2016-17 and 2017-18 academic years. During her time at ASU, the Hornets experienced tremendous success, with athletic teams winning 43 Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) championships, three consecutive commissioner cups and two conference academic awards for the highest GPA under her leadership.Williams spent four years (2012-16) at North Carolina A&T State University as the associate athletic director for development and executive director of the Aggie Athletic Foundation. While there, she oversaw all giving initiatives for athletics, while overseeing the athletics marketing department. She also was the liaison between IMG Sports Properties and the department of athletics. In 2014, the Aggie Athletic Foundation was recognized as a model booster organization by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).Williams also worked at DePaul University as the assistant director of development for athletics (2009-12) and worked in development and marketing for Women Leaders in College Sports (formerly the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators).Williams was named the 2018 Women Leaders in College Sports Division I (FCS) Administrator of the Year and was selected by her alma mater, North Carolina Central University, as a 40-under-40 Class of 2016 honoree, recognizing young NCCU alumni who have made significant contributions in the arts, entertainment, healthcare, sciences, education, law, business, entrepreneurship, philanthropy, public service or government.A four-year letterman and two-year captain in women's basketball at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Williams began her professional career as a reporter for the Tar Heel Sports Network and as a production assistant for Fox Sports South.The Detroit native earned her bachelor's degree as a double major in journalism and African American history at North Carolina, and a master's degree in athletic administration from NCCU, where she graduated magna cum laude. In 2018 Williams was appointed to the NCAA Division I Council, where she served on the Football Oversight Committee as part of her council duties; and was an executive committee member of the National Association of Athletic Development Directors (NAADD).She also served on the Women Leaders in College Sports Board of Directors, the NCAA Board of Governors Committee to Promote Cultural Diversity and Equity, the Black AD Alliance, and the Black Coaches United Board of Directors.To connect with Jennifer Williams follow her on LinkedIn and Instagram. About Sivonnia DeBarros Sivonnia DeBarros – the Protector of Athletes – is a first-generation lawyer and law business owner, woman in business and a former track and field Division-I College athlete. DeBarros is passionate about helping athletes in business protect their brands through collaborative partnerships, education and support necessary to carry them to the next level. DeBarros's practice areas are Business, Employment, Sports, and Entertainment. Learn more about her services at www.prosportlawyer.com and www.sldebarros.com.What Are You Sporting About?https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/what-are-you-sporting-about/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/ep-64-jennifer-l-williams-former-athlete-talks-sports-transitioning-going-pro-in-life-with-sivonnia-debarros-protector-of-athletes

Raise the Line
How to Increase Diversity in Healthcare – Dr. David Lenihan, Co-founder Tiber Health, and President of Ponce Health Sciences University

Raise the Line

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 25:36


In the ongoing effort to increase diversity in the healthcare workforce, Dr. David Lenihan believes one key factor is being overlooked: medical school admission policies that prevent a broad enough pool of applicants from being considered. That's why, when he was Dean of Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in New York, “we pivoted hard.” Mindful that less privileged students often lack the benefits of a robust childhood education, they stopped considering freshman year GPA as just one of many changes. More recently, as he tells host Dr. Rishi Desai, Lenihan has applied the philosophy at Ponce Health Sciences University in Puerto Rico. In a nation where large swaths of people lack access to quality health care, Lenihan's long-term strategy rests on a simple theory: “If we want graduates to go back and practice in rural America or urban core America,” he says, “quite simply you have to select students from those areas.” Tune in to hear about Lenihan's plan for a medical school in St. Louis, his run for state senate, and what the MCAT's verbal section overlooks.

Can We Keep It Real Sports Report
uniforms to when is it to early to teach your QB check downs

Can We Keep It Real Sports Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 81:26


voyce sports another layer takjng about these goofy unforms and core Gpa and more coming each day.... --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/canwekeepitreal/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/canwekeepitreal/support

Le podcast des Maternelles
J'ai porté l'enfant de ma meilleure amie

Le podcast des Maternelles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 29:46


Après avoir eu 2 enfants, Nathalie a fait le plus beau don qui soit à un couple d'amis proches : alors que des raisons médicales les empêchaient d'envisager une grossesse, elle a proposé de porter leur bébé. Une pratique interdite en France, mais pas en Belgique, d'où elle est originaire. Puis le Dr Candice Autin, gynécologue-obstétricienne et cheffe du service de Procréation Médicalement Assistée du CHU Saint-Pierre à Bruxelles répond aux sur la GPA.

Secret Leaders
The startup that all other startups will want to succeed - MicroAcquire, with Founder & CEO Andrew Gazdecki

Secret Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 46:13


“It's really hard for companies to get acquired. I was shocked at how many entrepreneurs reached out to me after we announced the acquisition [of Bizness Apps], like ‘how did you get acquired?'” With a couple of exits already under his belt, Andrew Gazdecki saw first-hand how broken the process of selling a company was. He used that experience to start MicroAcquire in January 2020, a platform that helps startups get acquired by connecting them with buyers within 30 days. The goal is to give startups an alternative to brokers that's easier, cheaper and more likely to succeed - and it's working.  In this episode, Andrew discusses the cut-throat world of clarinet playing, graduating Chico State with 2.07 - the lowest GPA of any student in their history; starting and exiting Bizness Apps and Altcoin.io; diagnosing the problems between private equity and entrepreneurs, and why he would support any of his employees who quit MicroAcquire to start their own company.  “Entrepreneurship isn't for everyone. It's about understanding who you are as a person. But what I think about a lot is just, the fear of regret is so much heavier than the fear of failure.” Download and listen today. 

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
Episode 187: Wire Taps—Aiming High Enough and Putting Your Best Foot Forward

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 39:35


Alex and Graham kick off this week's episode with some talk of Yale interview invites and a breakdown of Columbia's Class of 2023 profile. They also remind listeners about a new social tool on the site that is not yet fully live, but is looking for users to test drive: www.cleradmit.com/rankingswire (try it!). In terms of the candidates profiled, two themes emerge this week: the importance of putting your absolute best foot forward - even if that means sitting an exam (again), and the need for candidates to aim high and leave nothing on the table, so to speak. This week's cast of characters include a Brazilian female with amazing experience but some GPA concerns, an African American male with highly differentiated work experience but questions about his GRE results, and a healthcare IT professional who is hoping to secure a GMAT waiver...but may be at a disadvantage as a result. This episode was recorded in Cornwall, England and Paris, France. It was produced by the tireless Dennis Crowley in the City of Brotherly Love. Please remember to rate and review the show wherever you listen, and to tell everyone you know that WireTaps is the best podcast you have ever encountered! Or at least that you like it.

Business & Personal Development with Chris Haroun
How Can You Avoid Fraudulent Investments, How to deal with FOMO (Fear of Missing Out), How to get into a great business school with a low GPA and more.

Business & Personal Development with Chris Haroun

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 184:08


This episode is a compilation of answers to YOUR questions that were asked directly from my listeners who attend my weekly business education YouTube live webcast. Topics covered include: How Can You Avoid Fraudulent Investments, How to deal with FOMO (Fear of Missing Out), How to get into a great business school with a low GPA and more.  Refer to chapter marks for a complete list of topics covered and to jump to a specific section. Download my free "Networking eBook": www.harouneducation.comAttend my weekly YouTube Live every Thursday's 8am-11am PT. Subscribe to my YouTube Channel to receive notifications. Learn more about my MBA Degree ProgramConnect with me: YouTube: ChrisHarounVenturesCompleteBusinessEducationInstagram @chrisharounLinkedIn: Chris HarounTwitter: @chris_harounFacebook: Haroun Education Ventures  TikTok: @chrisharoun

CorConsult Rx: Evidence-Based Medicine and Pharmacy
Mastering the Residency Interview

CorConsult Rx: Evidence-Based Medicine and Pharmacy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 45:59


On this episode, we are joined by PGY1 resident, Dr. Kristen Ingold, PharmD. Kristen came on the show to discuss her series of training videos designed to help students prep for their residency/fellowship interviews. She virtually interviewed 20-25 residency program directors (RPDs) from across the United States. Each RPD was asked the same list of questions. After collecting all of the interview videos, she took each video and spliced them together to form topic-specific videos that range from 5-15 minutes in duration. Topics include items that RPDs look for on a student's curriculum vitae, GPA, choice of electives, resident characteristics, appropriate follow-up, social media, and more. There are 40 videos total (8 topics for 5 different regions of the United States). The best part about this video series is the price.....COMPLETELY FREE!  The free video series can be found on the SIUePharmacy YouTube page at the link below: https://m.youtube.com/user/SIUePharmacy   Read more about Kristen's project in the SIUE article at the link below:  https://www.siue.edu/news/2021/08/SIUEAlumna-MadeVideosAnswerCriticalQuestions,GiveSageAdvicetoPharmacyStudentsNationwide.shtml   If you have questions for Kristen, she can be reached on the following platforms: Email: k_ingold2@yahoo.com Instagram: @k_ingold2 https://www.instagram.com/k_ingold2/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristeningold/   Thanks for listening! If you want to support the podcast, check out our Patreon account. Subscribers will have access to all previous and new pharmacotherapy lectures as well as downloadable Power Point slides for each lecture. You can find our account at the website below:  www.patreon.com/corconsultrx If you have any questions for Cole or me, reach out to us on any of the following: Text - 415-943-6116 Mike - mcorvino@corconsultrx.com Cole - cswanson@corconsultrx.com Instagram and other social media platforms - @corconsultrx This podcast reviews current evidence-based medicine and pharmacy treatment options. This podcast is intended to be used for educational purposes only and is intended for healthcare professionals and students. This podcast is not for patients and not intended as advice or treatment.  

Off Safety
Episode 57: Who REALLY Failed & The Mistress

Off Safety

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 93:19


On this week's episode of OFF SAFETY we discuss a high school student with a 0.13 GPA that is in the top 50th percentile of his class. HOW?? Who really failed in this situation?? Also, infidelity is never the way. But in this case, the mistress passed away and left a married man in shambles. How should this wife move forward with a grieving husband..... when he is grieving his mistress?? Tune in and enjoy. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/offsafety/support

Thinking LSAT
Major Score Increases and More Personal Statements (Ep. 316)

Thinking LSAT

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 162:20


Listener personal statements have been rolling in, and Ben and Nathan are doing their best to respond to as many as possible. In what may be a new record, today's episode features ten submissions. The guys pull no punches as they critique each one and compile a list of rule violations. But first, they hear from a listener who improved his official score by 27 points using LSAT Demon, and they tackle a Reasoning question from PrepTest 73. Reminder: If you want to submit your personal statement to be read on a future episode, go to lsat.link/statement and answer the questions first. 5:45 – Major Score Increases Listener Volodymyr studied with LSAT Demon for six months and increased his score by a whopping 27 points—from a diagnostic 142 to an official 169. Way to go! That 97th percentile score and his impressive 3.86 GPA make him an excellent candidate. Nathan and Ben revel in the fact that major score increases are becoming so common among dedicated Demon students, they're almost unremarkable. The thing that sets LSAT Demon apart from other test prep companies is the emphasis on actually understanding the test—not on gimmicky shortcuts. 14:13 – Logical Reasoning Question 16 from PrepTest 73 Nathan breaks down the argument and summarizes the main point: The top award for architecture should go to the best building just as the top award for movies goes to the best picture. Why? Because creating a building is a team effort, much like creating a movie. Ben and Nathan are sympathetic to the argument but also point out its weaknesses. They then discuss their strategy for answering a Reasoning question. The right answer must accurately describe something that the argument did—nothing different, nothing extra. Ben adds that it's okay if an answer describes the argument incompletely, but it can't be inaccurate. Answer A makes perfect sense. The argument did use an analogy to reach its conclusion. Answers B, C, D, and E have a lot of the right words, but they're all inaccurate and thus wrong. Nathan reminds listeners that the most efficient way to improve your Logical Reasoning score is to dig into one question at a time. 43:12 – Z's Personal Statement The first few sentences of Z's statement are somewhat vague and fail to capture Ben's or Nathan's interest. There are some awkward sentence constructions and too many uses of the word “would” throughout the first paragraph. (Instead of saying that you would do something, just say that you did something.) Z then claims to teach students how to construct “the clearest possible prose.” Meanwhile, Z's prose is unclear and contains several grammatical errors. Nathan and Ben both say they'd stop reading at that point. 49:30 – Kamilah's Personal Statement Kamilah's first sentence can be edited down significantly. Ben and Nathan recommend losing the adjective “interesting.” If something is interesting, show the reader why it's interesting—don't force the conclusion. Kamilah follows with several more conclusions and too much detail about her attorney uncle. The reader cares only about you, the applicant. Don't talk about family members. Skimming a couple paragraphs ahead, the guys learn that Kamilah has worked in HR for 18 years and is now “responsible for the investigation of statutory complaints raised by and against Intel employees and its contractors.” They encourage her to cut the entire first paragraph and lead with the important work that she does today. Read more on our website!

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
Episode 186: Wire Taps—Is 700 Enough?, ORM or URM?, GPA Repairs

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 40:58


Before diving into profile reviews of another group of interesting MBA candidates, Alex and Graham take a deep dive into some of the recently released rankings. First up is the US News & World Report undergraduate college and universities rankings - where our hosts debate the importance of undergraduate pedigree in the MBA application process. Then, Alex and Graham turn their attention to the Bloomberg BusinessWeek MBA rankings while attempting to understand how on earth Wharton landed at #9, among other quirks. The two also unveil a new rankings-related tool that can secretly be found in beta mode here: www.clearadmit.com/rankingswire (check it out!). As to this week's candidates, there are admissions lessons abound regarding GMAT retakes, how American women of Indian descent are viewed (ORM vs. URM?), and whether or not a 3.0 GPA necessitates some transcript repair efforts. Finally, don't forget to join our essay workshops this month - featuring admissions staff from the likes of Berkeley, Stanford, Chicago, Columbia, Michigan, LBS, INSEAD and many more! Sign up here: https://bit.ly/essayeventseries. This episode was recorded in Paris, France and Cornwall, England. It was produced in West Philadelphia at 'The Other Philadelphia Zoo' by the talented Dennis Crowley. Please remember to rate, review, and rave about this podcast!

Pre-PT Grind
225. Warning Common PTCAS Mistakes to Avoid

Pre-PT Grind

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 25:30


On this episode of the Pre-PT Grind podcast (Pre-PT Inspire Series), Founder of Pre-PT Grind, Joses Ngugi and Casey Coleman share mistakes you might be making on your PTCAS application. Joses and Casey goes more in depth as to why preparing too early and also waiting too late to work on your application might be a detriment to your journey. Casey also goes in more depth as to why knowing how certain PT programs calculate GPA and also the PTCAS. Listening to these advice will help you save time, headache, stress, and most importantly get you into a PT a program much smoother! Tune in to hear more! Follow us on Anchor! https://anchor.fm/pre-pt-grind Ask us your questions! - Send a voice message. Instructions click here https://help.anchor.fm/hc/en-us/articles/360001018972-Voice-messages Follow us at www.preptgrind.com and enjoy this episode of the Pre-PT Grind Podcast! If you are interested, we'd love to give you access to one of our BEST PT school acceptance trainings www.preptsecrets.com

Sports Spectrum Podcast
Former NFL QB Christian Ponder on marriage, retirement, and identity

Sports Spectrum Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 45:04


Christian Ponder is a former quarterback who played six seasons in the NFL. He was selected 12th overall in the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft by the Minnesota Vikings. After spending four seasons in Minnesota, he played two more years with Oakland, Denver and San Francisco before retiring in 2017.  In college, Ponder was recruited by legendary coach Bobby Bowden at Florida State and was a three-year starter for the Seminoles. In 2010, Ponder was the first Seminole quarterback since Chris Weinke in 1999 to lead his team to victories over both its in-state rivals, Miami and Florida. He also the 2010 Bobby Bowden Award presented to the top student athlete among FBS schools. Ponder graduated from Florida State in two and a half years with a degree in finance and a 3.73 GPA.  Today on the podcast, Christian shares about his journey of faith, being baptized by Jon Kitna, the spiritual impact of his wife Samantha, and his memories of Bobby Bowden and the legacy he's left.  --- Listen to our conversation with Christian's wife, Samantha Ponder from 2018 here and here.  Receive our 10-day Sports Spectrum Devotional written by professional athletes for FREE when you sign up for our Sports Spectrum Weekly Email Newsletter. Sign up here.

The Ron and Brian Podcast
Broadcasting in Full 5G FauciVision

The Ron and Brian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 73:54


Our vaccine mandate is in effect, and so is FauciVision! Those lucky enough to still be able to listen will hear us talk about the 20th Anniversary of 9/11 (and Nickelback), the South Carolina family that's having one of the worst years ever, the high school student with a 0.13 GPA, and Cesar Milan covering up for one of his killer dogs. COVID is still in full swing - there's an unvaccinated Rutgers student being kept from online classes, J & J recipients are feeling left out of the booster shot debate, Moderna continues to be awesome, Patton Oswalt canceled show in FL & UT, and PA is cracking down on docs handing out fake exemptions! All this, plus your weekly favorites, Celebrity Obits, and our NFL Locks!

Convo with Friendz
My GPA Matters!!!

Convo with Friendz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 52:08


Hey, Friendz Hey!!!! We have a very hilarious yet serious show for you today. We are talking about everything from a City student who passes 3 classes in four years, ranks near the top half of class with a 0.13 GPA to Fentanyl is an opioid that's being missed with Coke and causing high rates of overdose. For The Letter this week, a Friendz asked were they wrong to keep her cancer diagnosis from her family? If you want your letter read on-air e-mail us: convowithfriendspodcast@gmail.com. WackASS of this week goes to Texas! Friendz we know you will enjoy this week's episode. Especially, with all the sidebar conversations we were having. So as always make sure you have your headphones ready because we are talking about it all!!!!   To Donate to the podcast: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=PHJ8ECDXWD4EA   Signup for our Weekly Newsletter: https://convowithfriendzpodcast.com/   The Business of the Week: Blaze Steak and Seafood   Website: www.blazesteakandseafood.com

Les enfants vont bien: homoparentalité et autres schémas familiaux

Il y a encore tellement de combats à mener, tellement d'égalité à amener dans l'accès à la parentalité, tellement d'injustices à corriger. Vous n'êtes pas sans savoir, et oui ça a fait du bruit, que la nouvelle loi bioéthique a enfin été votée cet été. Nous n'avons pas encore la teneur de tous les décrets et attendons beaucoup de réponses, mais ce que nous savons, en revanche, c'est que la légalisation de la GPA a purement et simplement était évacuée des débats. Pourquoi? Parce que certains y voient le commerce du corps avant même de penser à la possibilité d'un acte purement altruiste! Parce qu'on pense à la place des premières concernées sans les laisser s'exprimer. Alors Oui, oui, c'est possible de vouloir aider en mettant son corps à disposition sans contrepartie autre que de savoir que l'on va faire le bonheur d'une famille. Pour ouvrir cette 3ème saison, j'ai tenu a donné la parole aux femmes porteuses, par la voix de Virginie et je l'espère de tant d'autres à venir, pour nous permettre à tous et je l'espère à nos dirigeants, de faire des choix éclairés, en conscience, après avoir entendu des témoignages pertinents. Il est très clair qu'il faut légiférer, qu'il faut encadrer, qu'il faut arrêter de croire que la GPA sauvage n'existe pas, et qu'il faut protéger et reconnaître ces familles. Je vous propose donc d'écouter le témoignage de Virginie, maman et femme porteuse Belge, qui nous raconte ce choix généreux qu'elle a fait, pour offrir une famille interdite à son frère. Soutenez ce podcast http://supporter.acast.com/lesenfantsvontbien. Voir Acast.com/privacy pour les informations sur la vie privée et l'opt-out.

Full Ride |Powered by U Recruit U
Episode 126: How to boost your GPA

Full Ride |Powered by U Recruit U

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 29:09


Academics play a critical role in the college recruiting process.  Recruits can significantly improve their odds of earning a scholarship by performing well in the classroom.  This week, coach Kito shares what steps scholar-athletes can take to boost their GPA. Show up to class on time Be Prepared Eliminate distractions Be an active participant Hand in every assignment Ask for help Communicate and build meaningful relationships with teachers Be honest with teachers Get off to a fast start  Don't procrastinate Sign up for STUDY HALL:  https://urecruitu.com/studyhall/ Sign up for our free Newsletter:  Text PLAYBOOK to 66866  

Building Abundant Success!!© with Sabrina-Marie
Episode 2210: Frank McKinney ~ Multi-Millionaire Real Estate Artist, Philanthro-capitalist,

Building Abundant Success!!© with Sabrina-Marie

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 19:20


Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Barrons, HGTV Frank McKinney is a true modern-day Renaissance man who has pushed the limits of success in his every endeavor. His early years were not very promising: upon attending his 4th high school in 4 years (he was asked to leave the first 3), he earned his high school diploma with a 1.8 GPA. So, with $50 in his pocket and without the benefit of further education, he left his native Indiana for Florida in search of his life's highest calling.Today, Frank's life is a testament to the power of aspiration to create a completely new reality. As a real estate artist he has created and sold 44 oceanfront mansions on spec, with an average price of $14 million.As a philanthro-capitalist, he has built 29-nine self-sustaining villages over the last 19 years in Haiti, providing 13,000+ children and their families with homes, schools, clinics, community centers, churches, renewable food and clean water, and means to support themselves.A best-selling author, actor, and keynote speaker, he has written seven books in six genres, starred in two movies, and keynoted before audiences of ten to ten thousand around the world.Physically, Frank has pushed the limit of his body by racing in the Badwater 135-mile Ultramarathon twelve times in the scorching summer in Death Valley, California, a race referred to by National Geographic as “the world's toughest footrace.”As with all of his books, Frank wrote his latest bestseller Aspire! in his Delray Beach, Florida, oceanfront treehouse office that has spectacular views and includes a bamboo desk, shower, bathroom, sink, air-conditioning, hardwood floors, cedar walls, a loft with a king size bed, and a suspension bridge to the master bedroom in the main house—that's Frank's commute to and from work!Today Frank and Nilsa, his wife of 31 years, split their time between Delray Beach and their “glass cottage” in the mountains of Canton, North Carolina. © 2021 All Rights Reserved© 2021 BuildingAbundantSuccess!!Join Me on ~ iHeart Radio @ https://tinyurl.com/iHeartBASSpot Me on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/yxuy23ba

Ask the Dean
49: 29 Premed Questions Answered: Activities, GPA trends, Misdemeanors, and More!

Ask the Dean

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 56:53


This week the team answers your questions about letters of recommendation, activity descriptions, personal statements, online classes, GPA trends, and more

College Matters. Alma Matters.
Stacey Kostell on The Coalition: College Access for All.

College Matters. Alma Matters.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 35:18


Episode summary introduction: Stacey Kostell is the CEO of the Coalition for College Access. Stacey joins us on our podcast today to tell us How The Coalition came together, Why Colleges & other community-based organizations are working with them, How they are helping students, and where they are headed. In particular, we discuss the following with her: Stacey Kostell's Professional Background The Coalition's Mission How The Coalition helps students Partners and Resources Topics discussed in this episode: Introducing Stacey Kostell [1:04] Professional Background [2:40] Formulaic to Holistic Admissions [5:10] How Students have changed? [7:59] Joining The Coalition [9:23] Origins of The Coalition [11:34] Why Colleges Partner? [14:21] How The Coalition Helps Students [15:53] Resources [21:11] Sourcing Students & Parental Involvement [22:34] Measuring Success [25:42] How to Scale [28:48] Close: “Get More People Involved” [33:07] Our Guest: Stacey Kostell is the CEO of The Coalition for College Access. Stacey has a Bachelor's degree from Indiana State University and Master's from Ball State University. Stacey was the Associate Director of Admissions at Arizona State University, Associate Provost and Director of Admissions at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, and the Vice Provost of Enrollment Management at the University of Vermont. Memorable Quote: “And, you know, admissions was Formulaic, for the most part, not certainly not everywhere, but at some public schools, you could look and say, you know, if you have this test score, or this GPA or this rank in your class, you know, you and you've taken these courses, then you're invisible to the University.” Episode Transcript: Please visit Episode's Transcript. Suggestions for you: Podcasts with Counselors. Calls-to-action: Subscribe to our Weekly Podcast Digest. To Ask the Guest a question, or to comment on this episode, email podcast@almamatters.io. Subscribe or Follow our podcasts at any of these locations:, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, RadioPublic, Breaker, Anchor. For Transcripts of all our podcasts, visit almamatters.io/podcasts.

Your Best Writing Life
Marketing Mistakes for Writers with Bethany Jett

Your Best Writing Life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 38:50


Writers make marketing and social media mistakes, and Bethany Jett helps get them on the right track to writing success in today's episode.Linda Goldfarb's industry expert is Bethany Jett. Bethany is a multiple award-winning author, ghostwriter, and marketer who received the Distinguished Scholar award for earning the top GPA in her Master's Program, where she focused on Communications: marketing and PR. Bethany co-owns Serious Writer and Platinum Literary Services and loves everything about the publishing industry...except the rejections! She's a military wife to her college sweetheart, and a work-from-home momma-of-boys, who loves planners, suspense novels, and all things girly. – Welcome to Your Best Writing Life Bethany!What social media platforms should writers focus on?What are the marketing mistakes you see writers making?How is marketing rooted in Christian concepts?LINKSBethany Jett10 Steps to Integrated Marketing PDFMichelle and Bethany September Writing Tips and Soul Care for Writers PDF DownloadVisit our website Your Best Writing Life PodcastJoin fellow writers in our Facebook group, Your Best Writing LifeVisit the website of our host, Linda Goldfarb

Knockin' Doorz Down
Thomas Figlioli - Author ‘That‘s What Junkies Do‘, Trauma, Bookies, Addiction, Rehab & Redemption

Knockin' Doorz Down

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 69:53


Growing up, Thomas' troubles started early on, getting in many fights with other kids, sometimes seriously injuring them. He would steal from his dad to buy baseball cards, and at the age of 7, he was already hiding his stealing from his friends and family. His dad was always taking him to Mets & Jets games, buying him stuff, and living lavishly in the eyes of a kid. But behind closed doors, there was more going on. He learned that his dad's business was a front for illegal activity, and his parents would fight often. One time they stopped talking for 6 months, and as an only child, Thomas remembers this being very traumatic. When his parents eventually divorced, this was the catalyst for his drug and alcohol abuse to come. It started with stealing cigarettes from his cousin and drinking to mask his insecurities and so he could talk with girls & other friends. He quit his hockey team because he just wanted to drink & hang out. In college, he was a smart student, but didn't go to class, and used his parent's divorce as a reason for not going. He was given a deal to get a 3.4 GPA and eventually graduated with the Dean's Scholarship helping him along the way. After college, he got a job as a bartender at an Irish Pub in his New York neighborhood. He eventually got an additional job offer to be a 'bookie', gambling and keeping track of bets. One night, he decides to try ecstasy and ends up doing it 7 times that same night. After that, he started using cocaine as well. This quickly spiraled out of control by taking up to an 8 ball of coke every night, leading to various issues including DT shakes. His aunt told him his skin was gray and he realized he had to see a doctor. After a quick stint with prescription drugs, he was admitted to a psych ward. He started going to the AA meetings in his hospital. It helped at first but didn't really connect with him fully at the time. Soon after, he was back on the streets using drugs again, but this time he almost committed suicide. He was smoking crack, collecting cans, and sniffing heroin every day. He finally reached out for help and was able to seriously and earnestly commit to rehab. He would do well for a while, but got addicted to Vicodin for another 8 years, and went into rehab again for the 3rd time. Thomas was always a fan of memoirs, mafia stories & real-life depictions of actual events put into writing. When Thomas got out of his most recent treatment, his mentor told him to put it all down... describing how his life was now & how it used to be manageable before alcohol and drugs came into the picture. It sparked something in him & inspired him to speak at meetings and get more involved in the recovery process by sharing his story. At the time, He was working on a garbage truck in New York and shared one of his stories with a co-worker, who inspired him to become an author. 3 years later, his first book "That's What Junkies Do" was officially published. To more on his book and to follow Thomas on social media go to https://linktr.ee/TommyFigs This is Thomas Figlioli in his own words, on Knockin' Doorz Down. For Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down https://www.kddmediacompany.com/ For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ https://www.facebook.com/51FIFTYLTM https://www.instagram.com/51fiftyltm/ https://twitter.com/51fiftyltm  For more on the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast and to follow us on social media https://www.kddmediacompany.com/podcast https://www.instagram.com/knockindoorzdown/ https://www.facebook.com/knockingdoorsdown/ https://twitter.com/kddmediacompany https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUSJ5ooBFqso8lfFiiIM-5g/ For more information on the Carlos Vieira Foundation and the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma and Race for Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ https://www.facebook.com/CVFoundation/ https://www.instagram.com/carlosvieirafoundation/    

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
Episode 184: Wire Taps—Humility, Ambition, and Corroboration

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 37:26


In this week's episode, Alex and Graham offer advice to three new MBA applicants. One has a winding career path and low GPA to address. Another with a history in professional dance wants to continue her impressive career growth in VC, but may face hurdles coming from an over-represented demographic. Finally, a candidate in family business needs to reconcile a second recommender. Don't forget to sign up for our whole slate of upcoming events, including one for career switchers (https://bit.ly/careerswitchmba) and several for those looking at essay questions for R2 application (https://bit.ly/essayeventseries). This episode was recorded in Paris, France and Cornwall, England. It was produced by the tireless Dennis Crowley in leafy West Philadelphia. Please remember to rate and review the show wherever you listen! You can also email Graham and Alex by writing to info@clearadmit.com, using the subject line WireTaps.

First & 10s
Timmy Johns & Tammy Johns - Season 4, Episode 1

First & 10s

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 33:43


(S4,E1) Aaaaannnndddd WE'RE BACK!! Back from hiatus and ready for the start of a new football season, we give you our best and worst sports moments of the summer. With the start of college football, this guy is dumbing it down to get his GPA up. Our NFL preseason takeaways include Cam Newton and JuJu Smith-Schuster. This podcast is sponsored by Fan Duel and Best Fiends. Go to Fanduel.com/FIRST to claim your bonus and start playing! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Parenting ADHD Podcast, with the ADHD Momma | Positive Parenting | ADHD Tools | Homework Strategies | ADHD at School | Learni

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Ask the Dean
48: When to Contact Medical Schools and 22 Other Premed Questions

Ask the Dean

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 59:33


This week, we discuss med school activities, retaking classes, contacting med schools, if a strong MCAT score balances a low GPA, and more!

The Corporate Dropout Podcast
2. Manifesting Your Dreams into Your Reality with Sandy & Wade Critides

The Corporate Dropout Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 37:54


Do you know what it's like to be MAGNETIC? On this episode, I interview successful serial entrepreneurs Sandy & Wade Critides. Hear them share their corporate dropout stories, how they have manifested incredible circumstances into their lives, and other nuggets that will inspire you.Time Stamps: [0:30] Introducing Sandy & Wade [2:30] Sandy & Wade's incredible love story [5:30] Finding the message in the mess [6:45] Sandy's background and her path to becoming a corporate dropout [12] Wade's academic and professional background and why he began to crave entrepreneurship [18:30] What percent of what you learned in college do you use today? [19] Has any employer ever asked what your college GPA was? [20] Sandy's exit from the corporate world and her mic drop on the way out [22] Sandy's run in after she quit that motivated her even more to be successful [24] The a-ha moment when Wade knew he needed to become a lifestyle entrepreneur and coach [27] How Wade became a corporate dropout abruptly and unexpectedly [29:30] A message from the Universe right before Wade got fired [31] Commitment to excellence with a morning routine [32:45] What's the most underrated behavior or action of an entrepreneur? [34] What's the most overrated behavior or action of an entrepreneur? [35] What advice would you give to your 23 year old self? --Connect with Sandy & Wade:sandyandwade.com90dayhabits.co - use code CITRO for 10% off!@sandyclaus7@wellnesswithwade@gettingmagneticConnect with me:To get more info and updates on the podcast@corporatedropoutofficialFollow my personal instagram account@alessiacitro__Show Support:If you enjoy this podcast please Rate, Review, Subscribe and SHARE this out with Apple Podcasts at The Corporate Dropout PodcastBig shout out to our team that makes this show possible!If you are looking to start your own podcast or join the network, hit up @upstarterpods on instagram! 

Ask Dr. Gray: Premed Q&A
147: How Can I Recover From a Downward Trend in My GPA?

Ask Dr. Gray: Premed Q&A

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 22:08


Today, we discuss how to recover from a downward trend in your GPA. Listen to find out why I think a postbac might be a good idea for this student.

Doctor TK
(#169) How I Became the Number 1 Therapist Business Coach #alignment

Doctor TK

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 33:30


Every expert was once a beginner, as the popular saying goes. The same is true with business owners; they don't attain success and profitability overnight. Whether you're still further away or closer to achieving your goals, you've certainly been through a process that's helped you become the person you are today.  In today's episode, Doctor TK takes us back to where it all started, from the teachable moments that shaped her breakthrough and resiliency, to the opportunities she'd taken to cultivate her skills in teaching students, leading different groups, developing programs, and building relationships with people.  ---  Level up your business and mindset using Doctor TK's personally hand-picked tools. Get access to the Freebie Library today: https://doctortk.lpages.co/dtcfreebielibrary   Podcast Goals:   Describe Doctor TK's career and life journey in order to give you the encouragement to reflect, understand your purpose, and take action to become the best version of yourself.   Episode Timeline: Doctor TK's involvement in various school activities shows her love for structure and leadership at a very young age (02:57) The eagerness to learn and achieve a good GPA as a college student (05:32) Taking an elective course for Teaching while on the pursuit of a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology  (07:09) While earning her Doctorate Degree, Doctor TK was exposed to developing programs for children of color, hosting workshops, working with case management, and providing linkage to community resources (08:25) Teachable moments during the housing market crash and how it shaped her breakthrough and resiliency (11:38) Working as a Clinical Psychologist in the LA county also allowed her to lead a team who's working on programs for the youth in the juvenile facilities (21:07) Why is she sharing all of this? (25:10) What's coming in the next episode (32:12)   Standout Quotes from Doctor TK: "I believed over time (...), that seeds are planted in our lives to help us get to the place that we are today, and to also mold us into the person that we are today." (03:00) "I am a fast action taker. Anyone who knows me knows that when I have an idea, I act up on it, and I finish it. And it may not even be, for example, a stream of income that I'm still doing, but at least I can say that I tried it, or it didn't work because I didn't have the capacity." (11:04) "I also didn't understand the value of collecting testimonials— or requesting feedback forms from the agencies, from the participants, from the kids that I served— and developing all of these programs. I was literally sitting on a gold mine, and I didn't recognize it until later (...) when I hired a coach to help take me through my journey." (15:04) "Sometimes, what has to happen when you think you're hitting rock bottom is  you may need to sit down, get quiet, and ask yourself and/or ask your Higher Power or this Universe, what needs to be your next move." (16:28) "Sometimes when you take a detour from what was on your vision board, you end up exactly where you're supposed to be, when you're supposed to be there." (20:06) I would honestly have my students make a vision board (...) so that when they're learning the materials in class, they can see that this is another seed that is planted for them to get closer to the person on that vision board. (24:26) "It would not be in service to me if I know that my Higher Power has given me— the gift to teach, to make relationships with people, to like to throw and host parties and live events— I would actually be disrespectful if I throw away that gift." (26:52)   Resources Mentioned: Get access to the Dope Therapist Community Freebie Library Join the Elite Coaching Mastermind 2022 Notification List Join the waitlist for the Dope Therapist Academy: Manifest A Profitable Private Practice   Connect: Find | Doctor TK  On Instagram: @DoctorTKPsych On Facebook: @DoctorTKPsych On Pinterest: @DoctorTKPsych On Youtube: @Doctor TK   SUBSCRIBE & RATE On Apple Podcast  On Google Podcasts On Spotify On Audible

Better Men, Better Ballplayers
75 - Andrew Wright: New York Yankees Player Development Dept

Better Men, Better Ballplayers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 91:10


Bio Currently serving the New York Yankees Player Development Department as the Director of Dominican Republic Baseball Operations (2019) Former HC at Charleson (WV) University from 2015-2019staff from three to eight and wins from 16 to 41 in 4 years. In years three and four claimed MEC Southern Division Championship and MEC Tournament Championship.  Lost in championship in year 2. 2 NCAA Regionals Achievements-3 consecutive school records for wins 36, 38, 41 Head Baseball coach at Concord (WV) University from 2010-2015Increased the roster from 24 to 38 -Increased the staff from 2 to 5 -Set consecutive school records for wins in 2013 (36) and 2014 (38) -Won 2 Conference Championships (2011,2013) -Appeared in 2 NCAA Regionals -Created and Implemented "1000 Hour Project" and "Get to Give" Community Service Initiatives -Improved team GPA from

The Construction Life
#161 Waddell Engineering is back for some more talk on engineering with Jim Caruk this round

The Construction Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 76:53


Larry and Brian are back on the show and Jim is joining us to talk loads and load calculations, hold on to your tool belts, the math is going to be massive on this episode of The Construction life. The last time the Waddell guys were on the show was May of 2021 with a two-part show, #77 and #78 and now they are back to educate us a lot more on the wonderful world of engineering. We begin discussing upgrades to active factory set ups and how they engineer new ways to move in new machinery, from Honda's Aliston's plant to many others. We discuss a passion of Waddell, timber framing, using wood charts based one species, based mostly on SPF, Spruce, Pine and Fir, not the other SPF, Sun Protection Factor. Jim shares a recent story on a current project of his where there has been a little engineering friction, must listen and you judge for yourself. The Waddell guys weigh in on how and why this other engineer is requesting such a massive beam and install method. Bringing us to discuss deflection with the common formula of L (Length) divided by 360 to determine the deflection in MM. The topic of KPA comes up and What is Kilopascal used for? Kilopascal Uses The pascal, kilopascal, and gigapascal (GPa) are used to express tensile strength, compressive strength, Young's modulus, and stiffness of materials. We discuss building barns and how structures in that segment have changed and grown to the size of 140 by 900 feet with trusses spanning over one maybe two beams, massive structure for the farming industry, with 108 foot long trusses being transported on site with a little more than a red flag. We discuss the Ontario Farm Code, a total of 28 pages and it covers everything you need to know to build barns. With 200 projects a month it is fair to say Waddell Engineering is doing something right. Keep up the awesomeness guys and all the best. Jim and Manny will do a site visit one day before the winter arrives. Discussed and Shared Links https://risa.com https://www.caledontimberframes.com https://www.wolflaketimberworks.ca https://trusscore.com https://monoslabezform.com What an amazing show and thank you so much Larry and Brian for sharing so much needed information, and educating our listeners on building and engineering. Thank you. Larry's email at info@waddelleng.com and his web site www.waddelleng.com and find them on social @waddellengltd on Twitter and @waddell_engineering on IGFind Manny @hardcorerenos info@hardcorerenos.com info@theconstructionlife.comDon't forget TCL M.A.P. Skills Competition Contest is still going on, submit your project that you did this year, send pics or video and a write up on your skills and passion to info@theconstructionlife.com for a chance to win $1,500.00 in cold hard Canadian Cash and the contest is open to every tradesperson from around the world since The Construction Life is listened to in 60 plus different countries and find it on one of the 11 podcast platforms online. The Contest winner will be revealed September 6th 2021, Labour Day.

UnderDog
From Secret Alcoholic to Sobriety, Gary Miles Reveals His Unique Journey of Struggling with Addiction to Becoming a Successful Attorney Dedicated to a Life of Service

UnderDog

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 34:18


Gary Miles is an Attorney, a Success Coach, a Serial Entrepreneur, a Business Builder, Team Leader, Speaker, and a Wellness Advocate. As an attorney, Gary concentrates on litigation in all areas, including transportation law, serious personal injury, family law, and estate disputes. He coaches clients on how to become successful in all areas of their life, nutrition, fitness, wellness, and finances. As a Leadership Coach, Gary develops and cultivates his clients' hearts for service so that they can become effective and respected leaders. His passion is in mentoring his team on a path of freedom and opportunity, to be the best "you" they can be.Gary was born and raised in the Baltimore area. He went to Loyola High School, where he was the valedictorian; to Loyola University in Baltimore where he graduated summa cum laude and top in the class with a 3.96 GPA; and to University of Maryland Law School where he earned the William Strobel Thomas award for the highest scholastic average.Active in the Maryland legal community, Gary was a mock trial judge at the University of Maryland's East Regional Mock Trial Tournament. He has served for years as a volunteer with the Attorney Grievance Commission on its Peer Review Committee and participates in the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service. He holds an AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review RatingSM from Martindale-Hubbell®, a testament to the fact that a lawyer's peers rank him or her at the highest level of professional excellence. Gary's past community positions in the Baltimore area include assistant scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 35, president of Hillendale Country Club, and chairman of the School Board of Shrine of the Sacred Heart School. He also served on the University of Maryland Board of Regents.Gary is a proud member of a blended family, with 2 children (including Buddy his law partner) and 3 stepchildren; and 5 grandchildren in his growing family. His wife Brenda is a nurse manager at a local medical facility. He and Brenda live in Cockeysville, and enjoy visiting the Pinehurst, North Carolina area regularly. He is very active with his family and enjoys playing golf frequently.Know more about Gary here:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gary-miles-j-d-88615922/Website: https://www.huesmanjonesandmiles.com/attorney-profiles/gerard-f-gary-miles/

Medical Mnemonist (from MedSchoolCoach)
Accelerate your Learning and GPA with the Non-Traditional Accelerator, Camille Roney BSc

Medical Mnemonist (from MedSchoolCoach)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 23:20


Chase DiMarco talks to Camille Roney, an academic coach and teacher at Non-Trad Accelerator for non-traditional students. Camille shares how she raised her GPA from 2.3 to 4.10, practical study tips to increase your productivity, and the power of positive thinking. [01:01] What is a Non-Traditional Student  [02:40] How to Raise your GPA from 2.3 to 4.10  [05:50] Study Tips to Increase Your Productivity [10:02] Effective Speed Reading Tools and Strategies [15:20] Testing and Improving your Memory Skills [16:50] Memory and Mnemonic Techniques  [19:10] The Power of Positive Thinking  Full show notes

The Pre-PA Club
PA Student Interview - Armani from @a_ray_pa - Low GPA Reapplicant with Unique PCE

The Pre-PA Club

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 43:57


Armani from @a_ray_pa is joining us on the podcast this week. He is one of my favorite PA student instagram accounts to follow because his posts are always so honest and realistic! He took time out of his busy schedule to come on the podcast and share his insights as a reapplicant with a lower GPA, as well as his unique patient care experience. Listen now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or anywhere you like to listen to podcasts and let us know what you thought of the episode! August FREE Webinar - High School and Early Undergrad: https://event.webinarjam.com/register/87/7vp9mskvAdvanced eClinical Training (Online Certifications) - https://advclinical.org/Supplemental Essay Review (can be used for Experience Details or COVID essay) - https://www.thepaplatform.com/new-services/supplemental-essay-review Get the PA School Personal Statement Guide NOW! - https://www.thepaplatform.com/new-services/pa-school-personal-statement-book Amazon Link - https://amzn.to/3tvpF61The PA School Interview Guide - https://www.thepaplatform.com/book Pre-PA Conference 2.0 Replays - www.prepacourses.com Personal Statement - 2 Week Free Email Course - www.thepaplatform.com/personalstatement Link to my Amazon Storefront - https://www.amazon.com/shop/thepaplatform Get a free eBook! - audibletrial.com/thepaplatform Leave a voicemail question for The Pre-PA Club Podcast - https://www.speakpipe.com/ThePAplatform Physician Assistant School Interview Guide Affiliate Link - https://amzn.to/2JctZ2CThe Pre-PA Club Facebook Group - facebook.com/groups/theprepaclub/Discount for www.myPAresource.com - “prepaclub”Discount for http://www.PAschoolPrep.com - FUTURE PA for $35 off The PA Platform onInstagram - @thePAplatformMedelita 20% off code - PAPLATFORM1 - Link to get $20 off first purchase over $70 - https://www.medelita.com/?ref=aEJqZjZWSUsyWkE9FRE Skincare 15% off - SAVANNA1 - https://www.freskincare.com/SAVANNA1 Try Amazon Prime Student and get 50% off - https://amzn.to/2RxBQjd 

The Premed Years
455: You Are More Than A Single Grade, Single Semester, or Year

The Premed Years

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 19:49


Our student today is in her 30s and wants to go to med school but after calculating her GPA at Mappd.com, she's concerned her grades will hold her back.