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The Braw and The Brave
Neil Thompson

The Braw and The Brave

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 60:31


The Braw and The Brave is a podcast about people and their passions. Episode 186 is in conversation with musical director, choir master and musician Neil Thompson. Starting out on his musical journey learning to play his grandfather's trumpet, Graduating from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (formerly RSAMD) Neil has gone on to carve out an incredible career following his passion for a variety of styles of music. Founder of Musichoir Scotland, Neil encourages singers of all ages and abilities to enjoy communal singing, providing amazing opportunities for participants in both Glasgow and Ayrshire to perform. As frontman of Bahookie he travels the world bringing their unique blend of Ceilidh and rock music to audiences enjoying great success here and abroad. Neil's incessant creativity has sparked his latest venture, SYMPHONIX- his new orchestral rock show premiering in August 2022 at Glasgow's iconic Barrowlands. Playing hits from the likes of Metallica, AC/DC, Coldplay, Toto, Prince, Nirvana and Muse, SYMPHONIX blends the epic sounds of a live orchestra and a professional choir with choreography and knockout performances. Enjoy! SYMPHONIX tickets available here; https://tickets-scotland.com//artists.html?event_method=viewevent&event_id=fb28d619-d764-11ec-ae51-02614393f1a4 Follow SYMPHONIX https://instagram.com/symphonixrockorchestra?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Check out Musichoir Scotland https://instagram.com/musichoirscotland?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Bahookie website http://bahookie.org/ If you've enjoyed this episode you can help support the production of future episodes by clicking on the Ko-Fi link below. Many thanks. https://ko-fi.com/thebrawandthebrave Follow The Braw and The Brave https://www.instagram.com/thebrawandthebravepodcast/ https://www.facebook.com/TheBrawandTheBrave https://twitter.com/BrawBrave See https://soundcloud.com/ for privacy and terms of use

Optimal Living Daily: Personal Development & Minimalism
2443: 10 Questions To Ask Yourself While You Declutter by Karen Liszewski

Optimal Living Daily: Personal Development & Minimalism

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 10:36 Very Popular


Karen Liszewski shares 10 questions to ask yourself while you declutter Episode 2443: 10 Questions To Ask Yourself While You Declutter by Karen Liszewski Karen lives in South Jersey with her three dogs, husband and 4 year old daughter Olivia. Graduating from Seton Hall University with a B.A. in Journalism and Public Relations, she was a staff writer for the Setonian and a Public Affairs Intern at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center. One of her proudest moments as a writer so far has been interviewing Tim Gunn from ‘Project Runway' and subsequently winning Honorable Mention in NJ for Feature Writing. When she is not busy as a stay-at-home-mom she enjoys reading, going to the boardwalk in Ocean City and watching the Real Housewives. The original post is located here: https://thenjbookworm.com/10-questions-to-ask-yourself-while-you-declutter/  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalLivingDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Optimal Living Daily - ARCHIVE 2 - Episodes 301-600 ONLY
2443: 10 Questions To Ask Yourself While You Declutter by Karen Liszewski

Optimal Living Daily - ARCHIVE 2 - Episodes 301-600 ONLY

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 10:36


Karen Liszewski shares 10 questions to ask yourself while you declutter Episode 2443: 10 Questions To Ask Yourself While You Declutter by Karen Liszewski Karen lives in South Jersey with her three dogs, husband and 4 year old daughter Olivia. Graduating from Seton Hall University with a B.A. in Journalism and Public Relations, she was a staff writer for the Setonian and a Public Affairs Intern at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center. One of her proudest moments as a writer so far has been interviewing Tim Gunn from ‘Project Runway' and subsequently winning Honorable Mention in NJ for Feature Writing. When she is not busy as a stay-at-home-mom she enjoys reading, going to the boardwalk in Ocean City and watching the Real Housewives. The original post is located here: https://thenjbookworm.com/10-questions-to-ask-yourself-while-you-declutter/  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalLivingDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Talking Out Your Glass podcast
William Bernstein: A Life Well Lived Surrounded by Art

Talking Out Your Glass podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 56:51


The “LIFE ART LIFE William Bernstein” exhibition opens August 6 and runs through October 9, 2022, at the Toe River Arts' Kokol Gallery, Spruce Pine, North Carolina. This 50-year retrospective of the blown glass work and paintings of William Bernstein showcases the work of an artist who has been at the forefront of the North Carolina studio glass movement for over 50 years. It creates a visual summary of the separate elements of Bernstein's art over time – his motives, goals, and achievements, while showing his ability to work simultaneously in diverse mediums.  Curated by Bernstein, the artist was assisted by Jordan Ahlers from Momentum Gallery, Asheville, North Carolina. He and Billy selected approximately 40 sculptural works and 20 wall pieces that span his career. The artist's unique style of incorporating images on glass is mirrored stylistically in his two-dimensional paintings. So much of his work and family life are evident in his art forms – portraits of the people, pets, and environs that surround him.  Both an online and printed catalog will be available that will include narratives about Bernstein's lifetime of art written by Bill Warmus, former curator at Corning Museum of Glass, and will include images from the show. Writes Warmus: “Bernstein is a minimalist whose style is based upon the dedication to the concepts of honesty, modesty, and humility. It has a feel of its surroundings and of the people of the region.” Graduating in 1968 from the Philadelphia College of Arts and just married, Bernstein moved to Penland School of Crafts to be their second glass resident artist from 1968 to 1970. He was a co-founder of the Glass Arts Society (GAS) – together with glass pioneers Mark Peiser and Fritz Dreisbach –  that formed to bring together the glass community so people could work together and learn from each other. Receiving numerous awards, fellowships and grants, he has exhibited internationally and has artwork in many private and public collections. Bernstein has lived most of his professional life in the rural Celo community, a land trust in rural Yancey, North Carolina, along with his family and artist wife, Katherine Bernstein.  Katherine and William both grew up in New Jersey and met while attending art school at Philadelphia College of Arts. In the early years, Katie worked in hand-built porcelain and Billy, very influenced by Scandinavian and colonial American glass design, started producing a variable line of goblets and sculptural pieces. In the mid 1970s, glass master and educator Harvey Littleton moved to the area and quickly took an interest in the young artists' work. He insisted that Katie's sculpture in clay would translate beautifully into glass. To make his point, he took several of Katie's clay originals back to his studio and cast them in crystal. The results were wonderful, and Katie started working exclusively in glass. By the ‘80s, both Bernsteins had established themselves as major forces in the glass world, but to keep their studio running they needed a steady flow of sales, which eventually brought them together in the creation of a line of goblets and tableware. Katie supplied the imagery with melted glass color rods, and Billy formed the result into a vessel. This combination proved very popular and received wide recognition in design journals and magazines. They continue to produce these pieces today under the name Bernstein Glass. Currently, both Billy and Katie produce individual pieces for gallery shows and collaborate with two assistants on the functional work. Their oldest son Josh is a physician, and their son Alex is a respected glass artist; both live in Asheville, North Carolina. Katie and Billy remain content in their log cabin with their huge dog Murphy. Says Billy: “This has not only been a year-long process of curating pieces for an exhibit, but a lifetime of making art that connects with all things about one's life.” Coinciding with the United Nations' Year 2022 as the Year of Glass and the 60th Anniversary of the Studio Glass Movement, the “LIFE ART LIFE William Bernstein” exhibition has been made possible by Toe River Arts, the North Carolina Arts Council, the Cary Art Center, Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass, the Blumenthal Foundation, and Mountain Electronics in Micaville, North Carolina.  Billy's Digital Sketchbook: https://www.billysdigitalsketchbook.net/ Retrospective Catalogue: https://www.billysdigitalsketchbook.net/_files/ugd/70476b_4ed469574598440ebea63ee03a0c34db.pdf  

Who Am I This Time? with David Morrissey

The theatre director Peter Hall referred to Geraldine James as one of the great English classical actresses. Graduating from the Drama Centre she embarked on a theatre career that would see her nominated for a Tony and winning the Drama Desk Award for her role as Portia in the Broadway revival of The Merchant Of Venice.Her film credits include Gandhi, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and 45 Years. Since 2017, she has starred in the Netflix series Anne With An E. Geraldine has been nominated four times for the BAFTA TV Award for Best Actress; for Dummy, Band Of Gold, The Sins and The Jewel In The Crown where she played the character Sarah Layton. David caught up with her to talk about that experience earlier this year. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Aaron Abke Podcast
The Key to Graduating 3rd Density (Law of One) ( w/ Kyle Cease)

The Aaron Abke Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 12:51


In this clip of my conversation with Kyle cease, we discuss the key to graduating from 3rd Density, as described in the Law of One. Both ACIM and the Law of one say that the 1-way ticket to salvation from this realm is forgiveness of everything. But what does forgiveness really mean? This is how most people see forgiveness wrongly, as an act of victimization instead of the ultimate act of self-empowerment and self-love that it is. Follow Kyle: Join Kyle's “Absolutely Everything Pass” for the full interview and all exclusive content: http://www.kylecease.com/everything Website: https://kylecease.com/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/KyleCease-EOL Instagram: @evolvingoutloud IG: @aaronabke TikTok: @aaronabke Rumble: https://rumble.com/user/aaronabke https://www.aaronabke.com

The Daily Mastermind
Jeff Bezos Speech We Are What We Choose

The Daily Mastermind

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 11:16


Today I want to share with you a small speech that Jeff Bezos gave to a Graduating class from Princeton University. Remember that Jeff Bezos is the founder, executive chairman and former president and CEO of Amazon.  He is most recently calculated at being worth over $135Billion dollars making him the second richest man in the world. I love his advice, stories and ideas that he poses in his commencement address to the soon to be professions from Princeton.  I hope you enjoy and find value in his words. Thanks for listening.  Please share this episode with someone you know so we can share these principles of success with others around you. George Wright III

Badass Dental BossLady Podcast

Welcome to Episode 57 of the re-launched Dental Boss Lady Leadership Academy Podcast with Dr. Terri Pukanich. In today's episode I will share my personal story: who I am, what I do, why I do what I do and why I want to have an impact. Bullet points (01:12) My story (01:42) My childhood: The accident that made me want to become a dentist (02:45) Starting dental school (05:15) Graduating from dental school and starting to work (06:10) Buying my practice (09:23) Getting into management: Being passionate about vision and mission (11:15) Struggling with how to do it all (16:05) Recognizing I needed help (19:44) Hiring coaches (28:40) Burnout: Getting frustrated and almost quitting (31:34) A major life event and a turning point (36:51) Reflecting on how I wanted to run my practice (40:12) Honing my vision (46:30) Wanting to have a bigger impact (50:24) Starting Dental BossLady (56:05) My marriage

THE HARD CORPS PODCAST
8. graduating from The Australian Ballet School during covid, international auditions and more with Flynn Stelfox

THE HARD CORPS PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 98:18


hi everyone and welcome back to another episode, in this weeks episode I'm joined by Flynn Stelfox who has just recently graduated from The Australian Ballet School, and recently danced in the Australian tour of An American In Paris. in this ep Flynn and I chat about his WHOLE journey, his challenges, his ups and downs and everything inbetween, so get comfortable! you can find Flynn on instagram @flynnstelfox to follow his dancing journey! thank you Flynn for being so open and honest in this episode x TW there are mentions of eating disorders in this episode. have an amazing week Romy xx

If We Were Riding
IX: Turning up the Volume with Joan Cronan

If We Were Riding

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 54:51


Not to pick favorites, but here at Feisty - this is definitely a favorite. With almost 50 years of experience as an athletic director and inductions into seven different halls of fame, Joan Cronan has A LOT to say about Title IX and gender equity in sport. Graduating college in 1966, Joan was part of intercollegiate sports before women had the federal right to equally compete. This week, our co-host of Girls Gone Gravel, Kathryn Taylor, interviews Joan and asks her about what she calls "her journey." Joan shares the story of her life so far, beginning at the age of twelve when she decided she was going to create change for women in athletics. To do so, in 1972 Joan made a cold call to the president of the College of Charleston and left his office as the women's basketball coach, volleyball coach, tennis coach and overall athletic director. From there, she made innumerable changes to women's athletics that will forever go down in history. If that isn't feisty, what is? Listen to Feisty Media's Limited Title IX Series https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/ix-voices-for-title-ix/id1631215543 (Here!) Leave a voicemail for the show - email sara@livefeisty.com or https://www.speakpipe.com/ifwewereriding (https://www.speakpipe.com/ifwewereriding) ***Support the Podcast*** InsideTracker: Get 20% off at http://insidetracker.com/feisty (http://insidetracker.com/feisty) Orca: Use code livefeisty15 for 15% off at https://www.orca.com/ (https://www.orca.com/) LifeTime: Register for the 2022 Verizon New York City Triathlon at https://www.nyctri.com/ (https://www.nyctri.com/) Hammerhead: Get a FREE heart-rate monitor with the purchase of a Hammerhead Karoo 2. Visit http://hammerhead.io/ (hammerhead.io) and use promo code RIDING at checkout This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podsights - https://podsights.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

the death of a dream.
785 // graduating scarcity.

the death of a dream.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 34:05


Topics of Discussion - The network - Finding support - Consistency is key

IronWomen podcast
IX: Turning up the Volume with Joan Cronan

IronWomen podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 54:27


Not to pick favorites, but here at Feisty - this is definitely a favorite. With almost 50 years of experience as an athletic director and inductions into seven different halls of fame, Joan Cronan has A LOT to say about Title IX and gender equity in sport. Graduating college in 1966, Joan was part of intercollegiate sports before women had the federal right to equally compete. This week, our co-host of Girls Gone Gravel, Kathryn Taylor, interviews Joan and asks her about what she calls "her journey." Joan shares the story of her life so far, beginning at the age of twelve when she decided she was going to create change for women in athletics. To do so, in 1972 Joan made a cold call to the president of the College of Charleston and left his office as the women's basketball coach, volleyball coach, tennis coach and overall athletic director. From there, she made innumerable changes to women's athletics that will forever go down in history. If that isn't feisty, what is? Listen to the Feisty Media Limited Title IX Series https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/ix-voices-for-title-ix/id1631215543 (Here)! ***Support the Podcast*** InsideTracker: Get 20% off at http://insidetracker.com/feisty (http://insidetracker.com/feisty) Nuun: Use code STAYFEISTY for 30% off at https://nuunlife.com/ (https://nuunlife.com/) Life Time: Register for the 2022 Verizon New York City Triathlon at https://www.nyctri.com/ (https://www.nyctri.com/) Hammerhead: Get a FREE heart-rate monitor with the purchase of a Hammerhead Karoo 2. Visit http://hammerhead.io/ (hammerhead.io) and use promo code IRONWOMEN at checkout This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podsights - https://podsights.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

Hit Play Not Pause
IX: Turning up the Volume with Joan Cronan

Hit Play Not Pause

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 58:42


Hit Play Not Pause is on a quick summer break during the weeks of July 18th and 25th, 2022. While we're out, we are excited to share two episodes from Feisty Media's excellent limited Title IX series. Not to pick favorites, but here at Feisty - this is definitely a favorite. With almost 50 years of experience as an athletic director and inductions into seven different halls of fame, Joan Cronan has A LOT to say about Title IX and gender equity in sport. Graduating college in 1966, Joan was part of intercollegiate sports before women had the federal right to equally compete. This week, our co-host of Girls Gone Gravel, Kathryn Taylor, interviews Joan and asks her about what she calls "her journey." Joan shares the story of her life so far, beginning at the age of twelve when she decided she was going to create change for women in athletics. To do so, in 1972 Joan made a cold call to the president of the College of Charleston and left his office as the women's basketball coach, volleyball coach, tennis coach and overall athletic director. From there, she made innumerable changes to women's athletics that will forever go down in history. If that isn't feisty, what is? **Support the Podcast** InsideTracker: 20% off at http://insidetracker.com/feisty (insidetracker.com/feisty) Previnex: 15% off your first order with code HITPLAY at https://www.previnex.com/ (https://www.previnex.com/)  Bonafide: 20% off your first purchase when you subscribe to any product with code HITPLAY at  http://hellobonafide.com/hitplay (hellobonafide.com/hitplay) Nutrisense: Use code "HITPLAY" at https://nutrisense.io/hitplay (nutrisense.io/hitplay) for $30 off any subscription to the CGM program Velorosa Cycling: Enter HITPLAY15 at checkout and receive 15% off an order of full-priced cycling wear at http://velorosacycling.com/ (velorosacycling.com) Go to http://feistymenopause.com/podcastguide (feistymenopause.com/podcastguide) for more information about the Hit Replay Podcast Guide subscription This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podsights - https://podsights.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

Girls Gone Gravel podcast
IX: Turning up the Volume with Joan Cronan

Girls Gone Gravel podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 54:38


Not to pick favorites, but here at Feisty - this is definitely a favorite. With almost 50 years of experience as an athletic director and inductions into seven different halls of fame, Joan Cronan has A LOT to say about Title IX and gender equity in sport. Graduating college in 1966, Joan was part of intercollegiate sports before women had the federal right to equally compete. This week, our co-host of Girls Gone Gravel, Kathryn Taylor, interviews Joan and asks her about what she calls "her journey." Joan shares the story of her life so far, beginning at the age of twelve when she decided she was going to create change for women in athletics. To do so, in 1972 Joan made a cold call to the president of the College of Charleston and left his office as the women's basketball coach, volleyball coach, tennis coach and overall athletic director. From there, she made innumerable changes to women's athletics that will forever go down in history. If that isn't feisty, what is? *** Support the Podcast *** InsideTracker: Get 20% off at http://insidetracker.com/feisty (http://insidetracker.com/feisty) Hammerhead: Get a FREE heart-rate monitor with the purchase of a Hammerhead Karoo 2. Visit http://hammerhead.io/ (hammerhead.io) and use promo code GIRLSGONEGRAVEL at checkout That's It: Use code GIRLSGONEGRAVEL to get 20% off your order at http://thatsitfruit.com/girlsgonegravel (thatsitfruit.com/girlsgonegravel) This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podsights - https://podsights.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

[un]phased podcast
IX: Turning up the Volume with Joan Cronan

[un]phased podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 55:44


Not to pick favorites, but here at Feisty - this is definitely a favorite. With almost 50 years of experience as an athletic director and inductions into seven different halls of fame, Joan Cronan has A LOT to say about Title IX and gender equity in sport. Graduating college in 1966, Joan was part of intercollegiate sports before women had the federal right to equally compete. This week, our co-host of Girls Gone Gravel, Kathryn Taylor, interviews Joan and asks her about what she calls "her journey." Joan shares the story of her life so far, beginning at the age of twelve when she decided she was going to create change for women in athletics. To do so, in 1972 Joan made a cold call to the president of the College of Charleston and left his office as the women's basketball coach, volleyball coach, tennis coach and overall athletic director. From there, she made innumerable changes to women's athletics that will forever go down in history. If that isn't feisty, what is? ***If requiring a transcript, please email amelia@livefeisty.com*** **Support the Podcast** Get 20% off at http://insidetracker.com/feisty (http://insidetracker.com/feisty) Use code livefeisty15 for 15% off at https://www.orca.com/ (https://www.orca.com/) Register for the 2022 Verizon New York City Triathlon at https://www.nyctri.com/ (https://www.nyctri.com/) Get a FREE heart-rate monitor with the purchase of a Hammerhead Karoo 2. Visit http://hammerhead.io/ (hammerhead.io) and use promo code UNPHASED at checkout Subscribe to the https://livefeisty.com/category/podcasts/feisty-womens-performance-podcast/ (Feisty Women's Performance Podcast )to catch our limited Title IX series!

Conversing with Chris & Misa the Podcast
Episode #134- "Wawa Here We Come" the Rick Cabrera interview. (El Paso Podcast) (KVIA El Paso) (915)

Conversing with Chris & Misa the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 97:49


Good evening EP, how are we all feelin' today on this wonder Sunday afternoon. A brand new week means a brand new podcast for you all to vibe to. For this Episode we are joined by former KVIA News Anchor Mr. Rick Cabrera!!! Mr. Rick came by the studio and we had a great time getting to know the guy most of us grew up watching on the news!! Rick joins us for some laughs and he tells us about his interesting story that ultimately lead him to coming to El Paso. Come check out Rick's story as he has some great memories inside and outside of the newsroom! This episode we discuss: -Being born in Del Rio TX, raised in San Jose, CA. -Graduating from UT -Beginning his media career in Phoenix, AZ. -Do you know what a fax is? -Working with Estela Casas/ KVIA El Paso -Ivan Melendez drafted by the Diamondbacks -Transitioning to Hub International -Drag Racing News Trucks in San Eli. -Covering the storm of 2006 -Fan Favorite Five Random Questions presented by Sun City Vibes! and much much more..... As always, thank you for all of the support it means everything to us

The Stock Trading Reality Podcast
Just Graduating From High School

The Stock Trading Reality Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 67:46


One of the best facts about the financial markets is they care about nothing. Age, race, height, weight, etc., the markets simply do not care. They will take money from whomever they want, and they will also give money to whomever they want. The financial markets only care about trading strategies and your ability to be disciplined. In other words, using your age as some kind of excuse is just not valid! I don't want to hear it! Whether that be you thinking you are too young to start to get involved or think it's “too late” in life, both of those are blatantly a false way of looking at reality. I welcome back community member Alden for his second appearance on the show. If I remember right, he's the youngest person I've ever talked to on the show with his first appearance when he was 16. It's actually quite crazy to think Alden has just now turned 18, yet, he's still got multiple years of experience in the markets already. Alden still has lots he needs to accomplish within his trading, understandably so given he's been finishing up high school and applying to colleges, but he's still well ahead of where I was at his age! I do a bit of live coaching with Alden on his position sizing and risk management so if this is something you've struggled with, I'm confident you'll gain value along with the numerous other rabbit holes we pursue. Old or young, you'll gain value from Alden as a great reminder that age is a terrible excuse to not improve your current situation!

Progressive Cattle Podcast
Challenges facing graduating veterinarians

Progressive Cattle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 43:34


In this episode, Cassidy Woolsey visits with Rosslyn Biggs from Oklahoma State University about the shortage of veterinarians in rural areas and some of the challenges graduating vet students face in today's climate of inflation, job demand and crushing student debt. Biggs also shares some details about Oklahoma State's networking and mentoring program for vet students and established veterinarians. Carrie, Tyrell and Paul talk about their plans for summer and some summertime traditions including fair season and, at least for residents of Council, Idaho, porcupine racing.

Lessons from the Cockpit
A-10 Ops in Anaconda with Col Scott "Soup" Campbell

Lessons from the Cockpit

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 97:35 Very Popular


Welcome to this episode of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast, and it's a great one! This is the second of six episodes on the Battle of Roberts Ridge in Operation Anaconda. Colonel Scott "Soup" Campbell has the distinction of being awarded three Distinguished Flying Crosses in four days during the Battle of Roberts Ridge and Operation Anaconda "for heroism or extraordinary achievement while participating in aerial flight" in the Air Force A-10 Warthog. Graduating from the Air Force Weapons School A-10 division while at Pope AFB, Soup Campbell and his wingman K-Nine left Al Jaber Air Base Kuwait on 4 March 2002 after the Battle of Roberts Ridge had started. Over the next four days, Soup and a band of Hawg drivers and support folks provided Forward Air Control and Close Air Support to Operation Anaconda Navy SEALS and 10th Mountain troops from an austere base in Pakistan. This episode is his incredible story of heroism in the air and on the ground when things went very bad in the Shaia-i-Kot Valley of Afghanistan. All of you should read his three DFC citations, found on the Distinguished Flying Cross Society webpage. The Lessons from the Cockpit podcast is supported through the custom aviation art of Wall Pilot. These extremely detailed aircraft profile illustrations are printed on vinyl and peeled off and can be stuck to the walls of your home, office, or hangar. Ready-to-print images of aircraft from WW II P-51 and ME-109, Cold War B-58 Hustler and SR-71 spy plane, and Global War on Terrorism F-15Es and F-16s are available in four. six, and eight-foot-long prints. Wall Pilot can create custom profiles of any airplane or helicopter, all we need is the type of aircraft, tail number, and weapons load. Examples of hangers adorned with eight-foot graphics can be seen on the website. We can print up to thirty feet long! A print of an A-10 Warthog is available from the Wall Pilot website. Thanks for downloading and listening to this episode. Please subscribe and share previous episodes of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast with your family and friends found on the markhasara.com website. Next week in episode three of Operation Anaconda and Roberts Ridge, the Vice Commander of Air Mobility Command's Tanker Airlift Control Center at Scott AFB near St Louis tells us his lessons learned moving cargo and fresh MH-47 Special Ops helicopters to Afghanistan, and moving service members remains and wounded patients out of Afghanistan.

Lessons From The Cockpit
A-10 Ops in Anaconda with Col Scott "Soup" Campbell

Lessons From The Cockpit

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 97:36


Welcome to this episode of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast, and it's a great one! This is the second of six episodes on Operation Anaconda and the Battle of Roberts Ridge. Colonel Scott "Soup" Campbell has the distinction of being awarded three Distinguished Flying Crosses in four days during the Battle of Roberts Ridge and Operation Anaconda "for heroism or extraordinary achievement while participating in aerial flight" in the Air Force A-10 Warthog. Graduating from the Air Force Weapons School A-10 division in December 2001, Soup Campbell and his wingman K-Nine left Al Jaber Air Base Kuwait on 4 March 2002 after the Battle of Roberts Ridge had started. Over the next four days, Soup and a band of Hawg drivers and support folks provided Forward Air Control and Close Air Support to Operation Anaconda from an austere base in Pakistan. This episode is his incredible story of heroism in the air and on the ground when things went very bad in the Shaia-i-Kot Valley of Afghanistan. All of you should read his three DFC citations, found on the Distinguished Flying Cross Society The Lessons from the Cockpit podcast is supported through the custom aviation art from Wall Pilot. These extremely detailed aircraft profile illustrations are printed on vinyl and peeled off and can be stuck to the walls of your home, office, or hangar. Ready-to-print images of aircraft from WW II P-51 and ME-109, Cold War B-58 Hustler and SR-71 spy plane, and Global War on Terrorism F-15Es and F-16s are available in four. six, and eight-foot-long prints. A print of an A-10 Warthog is available from the Wall Pilot website. Thanks for downloading and listening to this episode. Please subscribe and share previous episodes of the Lessons from the Cockpit podcast with your family and friends found on the markhasara.com website. Next week in episode three of Operation Anaconda and Roberts Ridge, the Vice Commander of Air Mobility Command's Tanker Airlift Control Center at Scott AFB near St Louis tells us his lessons learned moving cargo and fresh MH-47 Special Ops helicopters to Afghanistan, and moving service members remains and wounded patients out of Afghanistan.  

Access to Inspiration
74. Thomas Luther: Sisu - leading the Finnish way

Access to Inspiration

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 29:53


Sue Stockdale talks to Thomas Luther, CEO of Nevel, a green infrastructure company in Finland. He explains the concept of Sisu – the Finnish way of being and explains in the conversation how he embodies this approach in the way he leads the company. Thomas was born in Finland and is happy father of five children and married to a wellness and yoga entrepreneur. He believes in wellbeing, positive change, and having a purpose driven career. Graduating in economics and engineering Thomas has been in leadership roles for 25 years in service businesses, logistics and sales, of which seven years were abroad. He believes that deep subject knowledge is not a prerequisite to be a leader. Connect with Thomas on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomas--luther/ This series is kindly supported by Squadcast –the remote recording platform which empowers podcasters by capturing high-quality audio and video conversations. Find out more at squadcast.fm Read the transcription for this episode on www.accesstoinspiration.org and connect with us:Twitter www.twitter.com/accessinspirat1 Facebook www.facebook.com/accesstoinspiration Instagram www.instagram.com/accesstoinspiration LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/company/access-to-inspiration/Sign up for our newsletter http://eepurl.com/hguX2b Read our Impact Report https://bit.ly/3hElalv Sound Editor: Matias de Ezcurra (he/him)Producer: Sue Stockdale (she/her)

Thinking LSAT
Secure Your Oxygen Mask First (Ep. 359)

Thinking LSAT

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 67:21 Very Popular


If you want to help others, you need to take care of yourself first. On today's episode, Ben and Nathan advise a listener to focus on helping herself before becoming a non-profit family law attorney. Doing so will ultimately put her in a better position to help others. The guys give another listener tips on how to ease test-day anxiety. They discuss the benefits of taking a gap year—or several—before law school. Plus, they talk about part-time lawyering and the ups and downs of entrepreneurship. Finally, they share a thoughtful note from LSAT Demon tutor and rising 3L Matt, who will be graduating from law school without a penny of debt. As always, if you like the show and want to get more from the Thinking LSAT community, check out the links below. You can connect with other folks studying for the LSAT and get more useful resources from Nathan and Ben. LSAT Demon LSAT Demon iOS App LSAT Demon Daily Watch Episode 359 on YouTube Thinking LSAT YouTube LSAT Demon YouTube 7.26.2022 — September LSAT registration deadline 8.12.2022 — August LSAT begins 8.31.2022 — August LSAT scores released 9.9.2022 — September LSAT begins 9.28.2022 — September LSAT scores released 5:15 - Test Day Anxiety 17:32 - Summer Associate Season 20:23 - When Should I Apply? 28:13 - GPA and Admissions Questions 49:26 - Part-Time Lawyer 1:00:13 - Graduating from Law School Debt Free Read more on our website!

Life in Progress
Ep. 75: Graduating! What's Next for Me?

Life in Progress

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 9:53


I am graduating from top business school in Europe, it was a very hard journey and yet so fulfilling. Many people asked me what is next for me? My Answer: Nothing! I am done chasing success, now it is time for me to live a peaceful life that I've always deserved for working hard. I've reached the point in life where I am extremely happy, grateful and contented. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Feisty Women's Performance Podcast
IX: Turning up the Volume with Joan Cronan

The Feisty Women's Performance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 57:01


Not to pick favorites, but here at Feisty - this is definitely a favorite. With almost 50 years of experience as an athletic director and inductions into seven different halls of fame, Joan Cronan has A LOT to say about Title IX and gender equity in sport. Graduating college in 1966, Joan was part of intercollegiate sports before women had the federal right to equally compete. This week, our co-host of Girls Gone Gravel, Kathryn Taylor, interviews Joan and asks her about what she calls "her journey." Joan shares the story of her life so far, beginning at the age of twelve when she decided she was going to create change for women in athletics. To do so, in 1972 Joan made a cold call to the president of the College of Charleston and left his office as the women's basketball coach, volleyball coach, tennis coach and overall athletic director. From there, she made innumerable changes to women's athletics that will forever go down in history. If that isn't feisty, what is? ***Support The Series*** InsideTracker: Get 20% off at http://insidetracker.com/feisty (http://insidetracker.com/feisty) Bonafide: Use code TITLE9 for 20% off your first purchase when you subscribe to any product at http://hellobonafide.com/title9 (hellobonafide.com/title9) Velorosa: Use code FEISTY15 at checkout and receive 15% off an order of full-priced cycling wear at http://velorosacycling.com/ (velorosacycling.com)                 Previnex: Use code TITLE9 for 15% off your first order at https://www.previnex.com/ (https://www.previnex.com/) Life Time: Register for the 2022 Verizon New York City Triathlon at https://www.nyctri.com/ (https://www.nyctri.com/)

FACTS
Graduating With Megan Thee Stallion

FACTS

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 27:57


In this episode we talk about graduation and how scary it can be. 

Beyond the Rut Podcast
Erik G Allen From the School of Hard Knocks to Graduating with Honors

Beyond the Rut Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 40:53


Erik G Allen is a success story of a man who has overcome the School of Hard Knocks to get to where he is today as a husband, father, and entrepreneur.What is the School of Hard Knocksnounthe experience gained from living, especially from disappointment and hard work, regarded as a means of education - Dictionary.comThe School of Hard Knocks is a term used to describe the experience of learning through life's difficulties and hardships. For Erik G Allen, this has been a reality. He experienced his parents' divorce at a young age, about 11 years old. The father-figure in his home was replaced by someone who was abusive. At 12 years old, Erik was sleeping in the garage while the rest of the family slept in the house. He saved his mother from an attack from this abuser only to find himself living a life as a couch-surfer while finishing high school.Despite all of the challenges he faced from the School of Hard Knocks, Erik was determined to get an education and make something of himself. He graduated high school, attended college, and met the woman of his dreams.Erik G. AllenErik is truly a man of integrity, work ethic and an overcomer. Growing up with a complicated childhood and broken home, to raising himself from the age of 14. Unfortunately finding trouble along the way desperately trying to fill the gaping voids in his life. As a young man Erik found himself empty and tired of settling for less. After the feverish pursuit of the Holy Spirit, Erik decided to surrender and trust the one that would never let him down.Once Erik gave his life to Christ, his life completely turned around. He met a beautiful woman and a new chapter was written.Now, Erik and his wife of nearly 16+ years and their two children live in Northern Idaho and live a humble and blessed life. Together they are breaking the cycles handed down to them of addictions, depression, abuse, and lies. They are leaving a new legacy for their next generation built on a biblical foundation.Along with being the sole provider for his family, Erik is an entrepreneur and avid MMA fan. Which he has created the best MMA podcast of the northwest, Top Rated MMA. He believes in giving back and honoring those that have served our country. With his companies Top Rated MMA and The Erik Allen Show he is able to do just that. By lifting others up and giving back to the community and veterans through great organizations like Hire Heroes USA.Another one of the ways Erik is able to give back is by sharing his story and encouraging others, no matter what path they are on to find hope and purpose. Erik's natural approach ability and heart for people make him a great speaker for different events and podcasts. He knows that sometimes having the opportunity to meet someone and hear their story and how they've overcome is the courage someone might need to find new strength in their own battle.Erik might have been dealt a rough hand, but with the help of his Heavenly Father and a humble heart, Erik is taking each day as it comes and making it count.Beyond the Rut is a proud member of the Lima Charlie Network empowering others to reach new heights in leadership, self-development, and communication. You can learn more at LimaCharlieNetwork.com. Support the show's maintenance and growth by buying me a cup of coffee at BeyondTheRut.com/Coffee. It doesn't matter if it's one cup, three cups, or five. All of it is welcome and appreciated. Go live life Beyond the Rut! Take care!Support the show

If We Knew Then - Down Syndrome Podcast
107. Graduating Elementary School: A Culmination of What We Learned

If We Knew Then - Down Syndrome Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 43:58


Liam graduated from elementary school, on curriculum, in an inclusive classroom with his peers. We reflect on the moments that led to his accomplishment and what we could have done better if we knew then. Episode Transcript: https://ifweknewthen701833686.wordpress.com/2022/07/07/107-graduating-elementary-school-a-culmination-of-what-we-learned/2/ Please follow us on Twitter @ifweknewthenPOD you can drop us a line on our Facebook page @ifweknewthenPOD or visit our website https://www.IfWeKnewThen.com to send us an email with questions and comments. You can join our mailing list there and get alerts of future podcast episodes. Thank you again and we look forward to you joining us on the next episode of IF WE KNEW THEN.

Rhema Bible Church Weekly Podcast with Pastor Craig W. Hagin
Graduating Students share about Rhema | Pastor Craig Hagin & Tony McKinnon

Rhema Bible Church Weekly Podcast with Pastor Craig W. Hagin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 30:10


2022 Graduating students giver their testimonies, how they got to RBTC and what this school has meant to them.  It's a must listen podcast for those wanting to come to Rhema Bible Training College.  

The Scott Whittle Show
#002 Andrew Santos - Honoring My Marine and Air Force Parents

The Scott Whittle Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 74:28


Andrew Santos is the son of Marine and Air Force Veterans, being raised by veterans, fatherhood, emotional support animals, and his work at Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Endeavors - San Antonio. Romewest Properties, LLC is the proud sponsor of the Scott Whittle Show. Are you receiving nagging phone calls from your mortgage company? Don't ignore it. By law, they must give you options before foreclosing on your home. Before you pack your bags and run. Call Romewest Properties at (915) 355-0841. We will not make you promises but we can help you understand your options and walk you through the steps of improving your situation. Don't ruin your credit! Don't lose your VA Housing Benefits! Allow Romewest Properties to investigate your situation. Call Romewest Properties Today at (915) 355-0841. Let them know you heard about them from The Scott Whittle Show. Introducing Andrew Santos Andrew Santos is an Outreach Coordinator for The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Endeavors, San Antonio, and the Endeavors Veteran Wellness Center where he is responsible for the recruitment of clients through various outreach opportunities. He works closely with local community partners including veteran service organizations, multi-service organizations, the Active-Duty population, the Veterans Administration, and many others to communicate that our services are available to those in need. Graduating at the top of his class, Andrew holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and a Master's degree in Organizational Leadership. In his off time, Andrew enjoys riding his bike, walking his dog Raina, playing basketball, and spending time with his daughter and family. *** Listen to this episode on: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts , Spotify, Amazon Music, iHeart Radio, Blu Brry, Pod Addict, Tune In Episode 002: Andrew Santos - Honoring my Marine and Air Force parents Andrew Santos Power Statements Learninng the mind is always something that's going to think things differently. Combat is not fair. Combat is not fair to men or women. Life is bigger than just yourself. I always had the knowledge of I go to bed at this time. I get up at this time. The structure is what I try to translate to my daughter. Andrew Santos' Favorite Movie We Were Soldiers - Mel Gibson The Patriot - Mel Gibson Andrew Santos' Favorite Books Personal Book: Under a War-Torn Sky - By L.M. Elliot Professional Book: NONE Connect with Andrew Personal Profiles: Instagram Professional Profiles: Facebook | Andrew's Cell - (210) 758-7025 Email - asantos@endeavors.org Connect with SWS The Scott Whittle Show Podcast Page - The complete list of the Scott Whittle Show podcast. The Scott Whittle Show Podcast Facebook Page - The official Facebook page for the Scott Whittle Show. Other Resources 1-800-273-8255 - Veteran Suicide Prevention Hotline Andrew Santos' Biography - Andrew Santos' official Endeavors page Jeanette James – Her 23-Year journey to emotional healing, Navy Dad, Vietnam Veteran Story, Licensed Professional Counselor (001) - The SWS conversation with the daughter of a Vietnam era Navy Veteran and a Licensed Professional Counselor Facebook Groups, Companies and Agencies mentioned in this eposide: Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic - San Antonio - Andrew's place of employment Texas Veteran Commission - The state of Texas provides grant opportunities, claims assistance, and veteran advocacy without using taxes. Bexar County Sheriff's Office - Andrew's parent's place of work Housing Rights for People with Service Animals - ADA link explaining tenant's rights with service animals Texas and Federal Laws concerning Service Animals - Texas state provided information and links concerning people with service animals

Cancer Stories: The Art of Oncology
To the Cadaver With the Port

Cancer Stories: The Art of Oncology

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 22:24


"To the Cadaver With the Port," by Kendahl Servino: A medical student begins school in the midst of a pandemic, but also, in the middle of cancer treatment.   TRANSCRIPT Narrator: “To the Cadaver with the Port” by Kendahl Servino, B.S. (10.1200/JCO.21.01979) It was easy to spot the cadaver's port implanted in her chest. The small, triangular object stood out against the pallor of her skin, preserved in the same manner as the rest of the bodies in the anatomy laboratory. As first-year medical students, we met our very first patients here. A quiet veneration was interlaced in the air amid the formaldehyde, and it clung to us the first day we stepped into the anatomy laboratory. It was easy to spot the cadaver's port implanted in her chest. The small, triangular object stood out against the pallor of her skin, preserved in the same manner as the rest of the bodies in the anatomy laboratory. As first-year medical students, we met our very first patients here. A quiet veneration was interlaced in the air amid the formaldehyde, and it clung to us the first day we stepped in the anatomy laboratory; we recognized the privilege given to us to learn about life and death through the human body in such a personal manner. Yet amid the reverence, I mourned this cadaver in particular, because the small port was a device used to administer chemotherapy. Easily overlooked by one unfamiliar with its purpose, it was a telling sign of cancer. It was the same port that I had in my own chest. In the midst of a busy anatomy laboratory session that day, I was immediately taken back to a different day 9 months ago. During the winter break of my last year of college, I drove myself to the hospital for a seemingly innocuous visit and walked out with a cancer diagnosis, unable to fathom what had just happened. Graduating college, celebrating with friends, and starting my career in medical school had been the milestones of my foreseeable future; finishing chemotherapy, ringing the bell at the end of treatment—a monumental moment for many patients—and surviving cancer had not been among them. I never expected to grapple with my mortality at 20 years old. As I stared at the cadaver's port, I wondered: was she with anyone when she was told she had cancer, or had she been alone, like me? Had she been devastated upon learning of her diagnosis, overcome by shock as I had? What kind of care did she receive thereafter? Did she have faith in herself? Had she felt hurt, searching in vain for an explanation of why she had been dealt such desolate cards? Did she feel betrayed by her own body, as I had? Moments of my own experience flooded back as I stood by her lifeless side. Looking at her face, still as though she were asleep, I wondered if she asked herself the same questions that I could never find the answers to myself. Even if every other aspect of our life stories were different, I knew at the very least that this cadaver and I shared the burden of a shattering diagnosis. I suspected that we shared the weight of the concomitant struggles that quickly follow the words, “You have cancer.” Having spent the past year receiving chemotherapy and radiation, losing my hair, and most importantly, struggling with the overlooked, psychologic side effects of cancer, never in my life had I felt so lost. I wondered whether the cadaver with the port had felt this way too.   At times, it has been hard for me to heal while in the medical school, an environment that often reminds me, although unintentionally, of the trauma that cancer precipitated. When I observe the skillful hands of the attending physician as she instructs how to conduct a proper breast examination, I am pulled back to the memory of stumbling out of the women's health clinic in a trance, numbed by what I had just been told. During lectures taught by brilliant professors on chemotherapeutic agents, I cannot help but recall the memory of sitting in the infusion center watching those very drugs dangling from the intravenous pole drip inside me. During a charged class debate on the efficacy of self-breast examinations, I struggle to sequester the unsettling feeling that arises in my stomach as I am prompted to revisit the emotional burdens of what I endured. And soon, when my classmates and I learn how to deliver hard news to patients, such as a diagnosis of cancer, I will be reminded of what it felt like sitting in my patient's chair. As I stand at the intersection between the medical student and the patient with cancer, I am learning that studying a disease, understanding its pathophysiology and mechanisms behind the indicated treatment, is entirely different from being on the receiving end of those medications or being the recipient of the diagnosis. Because of my dual identity, I am slowly understanding what it fully means to empathize with patients' situations. As I felt connected to the cadaver, I realized so too would I see myself in my future patients' struggles. Despite the burdens that I am currently working through, my experience with cancer has provided me something to offer to others, something that has, and will continue, to connect me to others. For the first time since starting the medical school, I am beginning to see a future not clouded by trauma, but instead filled with the potential for impactful connections and beautiful moments. If nothing else, I write this as a thank you to the cadaver with the port. Thank you for teaching me about life through your death, and for reminding me that there is so much of mine left to live. Thank you for reminding me that there have been others who have shared my struggles and that our pain does not exist in a vacuum. Healing, I realize, is not linear. But the power of shared experiences can help heal wounds, including those that lie deep within us. These moments are found not in textbooks or in lectures, but instead between two individuals when all other differences are cast aside. And while my patients may thank me one day for changing their lives, I will have to thank them for changing mine. Dr. Lidia Schapira: Welcome to JCO's Cancer Stories: The Art of Oncology, brought to you by the ASCO Podcast Network, a collection of nine programs covering a range of educational and scientific content, and offering enriching insight into the world of cancer care. You can find all of the shows, including this one at podcast.asco.org. I'm Lidia Schapira, professor of Medicine at Stanford, associate editor for JCOs Art of Oncology, and your host for this program. With me today is Kendahl Servino. Kendahl is a second-year student at the Reno School of Medicine and the author of, ‘To the Cadaver with the Port'. Our guest has no disclosures. Welcome to the program, Kendahl. Kendahl Servino: Thank you, Dr. Schapira. It's great to be here today. Dr. Lidia Schapira: So, before we start, I like to ask our authors to tell me a little bit about their process for writing, and first of all, what they enjoy reading. So, what would I find on your virtual night table today? Kendahl Servino: I've always been a writer. When I think about my childhood, it's comprised a lot about many trips to the public library. My parents encouraged my brothers and me to read from a young age and I have just a plethora of memories of going to the library after school. And on summer vacations, we would just spend our free time there. Books were just a great way to experience other lives vicariously and to really see different perspectives. My love for reading translated into my own interest for writing. As a child, I have memories as early as kindergarten of me writing. I would take those standard 8 by 10 computer pieces of paper, I would take a stack of them, I would fold it in half. And I would staple it along its spine. And I'd create essentially a little book. I think the first book that I ever wrote was in kindergarten, and it was about this talking rose on a farm. And there was this whole rivalry and it was very vivid in the imagination of a six-year-old. But writing has always just been a part of my life, and especially coping with cancer became a lot more meaningful and impactful to my life. Dr. Lidia Schapira: So, writers are usually readers as well. So, I'll go back to my initial question. Also, what books are you reading now? Or what book would you recommend to our listeners that you've read in the last year or so if you've had time to read as a medical student? Kendahl Servino: Time is definitely limited. But currently, I'm reading a book called, A Little Life, by Hanya Yanagihara. I'm not sure if I pronounced your name correctly. And I'm not sure if you've heard of this book, either. It's a pretty big book, I think it's 800 or so pages. But it's about these four men who met in college, and they are currently living in New York and they're struggling with the transition into adulthood. They're dealing with a lot of issues. It's not for the faint of heart, I would say because there are a lot of trigger warnings in this book. They deal with a lot of issues such as self-harm, eating disorders, and mental health. There's all a lot of issues that they cover, but you get really close and connected with the characters and you feel a sense of bond with them by the end of the story. I don't want to give too much away about these characters' storylines, but it's a very impactful book so far that I would recommend. Dr. Lidia Schapira: So, it's interesting to hear you talk about this book that you admire, and that touched you because your essay had the same effect on the readers and certainly on me. It starts with this amazing line. I want you to tell us a little bit about that experience that you had as a very young cancer survivor, choosing to attend med school walking into the anatomy lab, and then seeing this device that you recognize on your cadaver's chest wall as a port, and that amazing way that you phrase the fact that you immediately felt this connection to this cadaver, bring us to that day. Kendahl Servino: Yeah. So, I'll start with a little background. So, starting medical school, I was in the middle of cancer treatment. Actually, right before I started medical school, I just finished radiation therapy. And within a couple of days after finishing and leaving my radiation oncologist's clinic, I moved to Reno, I was living in Las Vegas originally. So, all of this was still pretty fresh. And, admittedly, I mean, it still is right now. It's been about a year since I finished treatment. But the height of treatment was when I started medical school. And so, everything was still really heightened emotions at the time. And upon seeing that cadaver with the port, it was really surprising to me, because even though I had finished chemotherapy myself, and I had been about three or four months out from finishing chemotherapy, my hair was finally starting to grow back at that time, I think seeing that cadaver with a port showed me that cancer is never really over. That's something that I've been learning. And so, you think about ringing the bell. For those who aren't familiar, there's this bell that's often in many cancer clinics. It's this giant bell on the wall that you get to ring when you finish treatment. It's a really impactful moment, for not only the patient who's ringing the bell, but also everyone else in the clinic who can hear and understand the struggle of what the patient went through, and it's a collective celebration and something really special for cancer patients. So, you think about that as being kind of the end all to finishing cancer treatment. But what I've been learning since finishing treatment on my own and since being in medical school is that cancer treatment or cancer itself, and any other monumental diagnosis like this does not really have a finite ending. It'll always carry and stay with you, for better or for worse. I think that reminder of seeing the port, and seeing that connection reminded me that I will always have this part of me, this has changed me even a couple of months out from chemotherapy, or even a decade into my own future practice as a physician. And this will be an experience that will always stay with me and hopefully connect me more with patients in the future as I felt connected to the cadaver. Dr. Lidia Schapira: In your essay, you reflect on the psychological side and the psychological suffering that accompanies that cancer journey and the diagnosis and you also talk a lot about connection as something that you find very important in thinking about your future as a physician. Can you tell us a little bit about the emotional process and the healing that's taking place now even? Also, if you can, can you reflect a little bit on sort of your dual identity as a cancer survivor now and medical student, and whether or not it's really problematic for you? Kendahl Servino: Some of the psychological effects were a lot more monumental, I would say a year ago from now when I started medical school. Medical school is a very challenging transition for anyone undertaking this experience. And I definitely had struggles adjusting to medical school, but I think as a cancer patient, on top of that, I faced a lot of unique challenges. I think that had a lot of impact on mental health. For example, I was wearing a wig at the time. I was bald. So, that was really hard on top of moving to medical school. And, of course, in the midst of a pandemic, on top of everything else. Things were hard for everyone at the time but being a cancer patient posed some unique challenges for me, amongst my classmates. And so, you asked about the dual identity between cancer patient and medical student, and you asked about whether it's problematic. And admittedly, at the beginning of medical school, I think I really struggled with learning about, say, the chemotherapeutic agents that we'd receive lectures on, learning about how to conduct a proper breast exam. And those were very triggering for me, having just experienced that so recently, and so sometimes I thought that the trauma that I was reminded of so frequently, but unintentionally, in medical school was a lot for me, and something that I have been working through and I'm thankful to say now that a year later, I'm no longer as triggered by these moments in school, although they still come and go. But I think seeing the flip side of what it is like from the patient's point of view and the provider's point of view is really insightful because as medical students, we're learning to become providers and our role is to offer care to our future patients. And as a cancer patient myself, I've had unique insight into what it's like sitting in the patient's chair, being a patient with more medical needs than most. So, in some ways that dual identity has proffered really great insight into what my patients might be experiencing and feeling. But on the other hand, it also precipitates a lot of emotion, sometimes strongly that I am not ready to face again, or would want to be reminded of. Dr. Lidia Schapira: As you speak, Kendahl, it occurs to me that you probably need to sort of make a decision about how much you want to share about your personal circumstances, very often with your professors, with your classmates, even with your patients. How do you manage that? Kendahl Servino: Truthfully, I'm still trying to figure out the balance too, between oversharing and wanting to share, because I think that I have a lot to offer, the way that anyone who has overcome challenges can share something with others. As far as my future practice, and you mentioned future patients, I think that's something that I would like to connect with my future patients about in a way that is understanding of their own circumstances and whatever it is that my patients are going through with the intention of letting them know that I can understand to an extent of what they're experiencing, what they're going through, and I'd hope to convey that I will do all that I can, in my own future practice to help them and to help them heal. Dr. Lidia Schapira: Back to you, has your medical school, and do your professors and classmates support you in the way that you need to be supported? Are they there for you on a bad day? Kendahl Servino: I would say so. I don't have too many bad days, thankfully, as I did before medical school. I would say that the semester before medical school, which was the semester that I was in chemotherapy, I think that was my absolute lowest. And so, being in medical school, I haven't experienced that, thankfully, but I do have my support system here. I'm really thankful for them. I have been pretty public about my experience. Also, I created a blog a couple of years ago that I started out in college to convey my experiences as a college student and going through the formative time that college brings. But during cancer treatment, I also used that as a coping mechanism. Going back to writing has been part of my roots. I blogged a lot about my experiences. And now on social media, I post about some of my experiences. I try not to post just about the accomplishments, I also like to share, to an extent, the challenges also and the hard times, because I'd like to stay true to the authentic experience that cancer was and it wasn't just ringing the bell. It wasn't just accomplishing these milestones. It was also about my lowest times and the times that I wasn't sure I'd get through it. And so, I like to share all of that, and I try to be as authentic and genuine about my experience. Dr. Lidia Schapira: Well, I hope the process of writing this essay that you sent to JCO was helpful and was therapeutic for you as well. And coming back to your writing, which is beautiful, it's crisp, it's clearly very intentional, what is the message for the readers of JCO? Kendahl Servino: Thank you! I would say that cancer was, inarguably, the most challenging thing I've ever experienced in my life, bar none. And I would never want to go through something like that again and I would never wish that upon anyone else either. But I do believe now that it will help me in becoming the best doctor that I can be one day in my future practice. I think that's the most that I can ask for from an experience like cancer and the most that I hope to bring out of it is the impact that I can give to my future patients. Dr. Lidia Schapira: Beautifully said. So, I'm just curious, do you know what path you'll follow in medicine? Do you have an idea of what kind of doctor you want to be? I know a good one and one that connects with her patients, but do you have any idea of where you're headed? Kendahl Servino: Yeah, I currently do have interests in something oncology-related. I'm not sure at the moment whether that will be the medicinal route or the surgical route. I got to know both sides of the spectrum through my oncologist, but I also got to know my plastic surgeon who was on my team as well. And I have interests on both sides of the spectrum. But I think something related to oncology would be really fulfilling and impactful to my career and hopefully be able to change the lives of patients going through something that I've experienced so personally. Dr. Lidia Schapira: Well, hold on to that feeling. Thank you so much for writing. I wish you good health. And I hope you do join the global cancer tribe in some capacity. It was lovely to get to chat with you, Kendahl, and to read and reread and reread your essay. Thank you very much! Kendahl Servino: Thank you so much. It was great being here and I appreciate you inviting me. Dr. Lidia Schapira: Until next time, thank you for listening to this JCO's Cancer Stories: The Art of Oncology podcast. If you enjoyed what you heard today, don't forget to give us a rating or review on Apple podcasts or wherever you listen. While you're there, be sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode of JCO's Cancer Stories: The Art of Oncology Podcast. This is just one of many of ASCO's podcasts. You can find all of the shows at podcast.asco.org.   The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. This is not a substitute for professional medical care and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or treatment of individual conditions. Guests on this podcast express their own opinions, experience, and conclusions. Guest statements on the podcast do not express the opinions of ASCO. The mention of any product, service, organization, activity or therapy should not be construed as an ASCO endorsement.    

Epikos Church Milwaukee
Graduating In Faith

Epikos Church Milwaukee

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 34:24


Ramsey Call of the Day
I'm Graduating With $482K in Debt

Ramsey Call of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 7:59


The Ramsey Call of the Day is a quick, daily dose of advice on life and money in under ten minutes. Hear from experts like Dave Ramsey, Ken Coleman, Rachel Cruze, Dr. John Delony, and George Kamel. Part of the Ramsey Network. Delivered to you five days a week.

Ross O'Carroll-Kelly @ The Irish Times
Noah is graduating from creche. (Who the fock is Noah?)

Ross O'Carroll-Kelly @ The Irish Times

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 7:04


Sorcha asks me if I'm ready and I tell her – yeah, no – I think so? I've got my Rugby Tactics Book on the coffee table, twenty-four sticks of Heinemite in the fridge and I've aired out my Cantos with the loose elastic in which I do all of my best thinking. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Decibel
Graduating from pandemic high school

The Decibel

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 22:53


Westview Centennial Secondary School in the northwest of Toronto is celebrating the graduating class of 2022. On Thursday, about 180 students are crossing the stage to get their diplomas. While this is a common rite of passage for teens across the country, these students had anything but a normal high school experience. The pandemic meant online learning, no sports, taking care of younger siblings and little in-person interaction with friends. Westview is also located in Toronto's Jane and Finch neighbourhood – one of the hardest hit by COVID-19.The Globe's education reporter Caroline Alphonso is joined by Decibel producer Sherrill Sutherland as they spend a day at Westview to find out how they feel about graduating. They bring us some of their stories of triumph, struggle and hope which all made up their pandemic-era high school experience.

Closer&Closer Podcast
Exponential Growth with Max Loeffler

Closer&Closer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 48:43


Max Loeffler's career went from 0 to 100 real quick. Graduating in 2017, Max has skyrocketed to where he is today in just 5 short years. Wanna know how he did it? Well so did we! Check out all his spilled secrets on this week's episode. Keep up with Max on Instagram & Behance! Hosted by Dave Arcade & Andrea Mejia-Madriz. Podcast Art by Dave Coleman. Sign up for The Dose! To learn more about Closer&Closer, visit www.closerandcloser.co. Follow us on Instagram @closerandcloserco!

Work From The Inside Out
182: My Clients Are My Best Teachers - Emma Arnoff

Work From The Inside Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 57:49


Emma Arnoff told me that helping others has always been in her blood. As a young child growing up in New York City, she had strabismus, a condition that caused her to have crossed eyes, requiring her to wear large glasses. Her physical coordination wasn't too good and she never felt as if she fit in with other kids. Emma's antidote to this feeling was to befriend the school bully as she felt he was misunderstood and needed a friend. Or when a new student arrived from a different country, she wanted to help them learn English. Graduating college with a degree in sociology and women's studies, Emma worked for several years with children and families in schools, residential treatment centers, and the foster care system. She then pursued a master's degree in social work. Today, Emma is the owner and director of The Sensory Space in Poughkeepsie, New York. At The Sensory Space, children can use sensory supports while participating in play therapy and psychotherapy in a safe environment. Emma has a team of 11 clinicians who work with children, adults, families, and groups. Supportive services are also offered including occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech therapy.  In addition to working with clients individually, Emma facilitates programs and groups on inclusion, bullying, and social skills. As a parent herself, she understands the skills needed for child-rearing, working with parents individually and in groups on developing the parenting approaches needed for different developmental stages. Emma has also presented workshops at schools and colleges on supporting neurodiversity in schools and organizations.  In this week's Work From The Inside Out podcast, learn more about Emma's journey: Emma is a certified children's yoga instructor and loves to incorporate yoga and movement into therapy sessions. She facilitates discussions on sensory integration, emotional regulation, and inclusion.   Learn more and connect with Emma here: https://sensoryspacepk.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Emma-N-Arnoff-LCSW-PC-737967873077267/ http://instagram.com/thesensoryspace https://www.linkedin.com/in/emma-arnoff-58265b10/

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged
#1,192 - Spring Graduates hand Pride Flags in protest at a Seattle Christian University

Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 20:28


The class of 2022 is making their voices heard.Graduating students at Seattle Pacific University handed the school's interim president Dr. Pete C. Menjares rainbow Pride flags in lieu of shaking his hand during Sunday's commencement ceremony in protest of the Christian school's anti-LGBTQ+ policies for employees.LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for new videos everyday. https://bit.ly/3KBUDSK

The Art of Construction
267: Making Your Company a Classroom

The Art of Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 37:41


Ellen Bensky, Principal, CEO, and CFO at Turner Fleischer Architects, joins us for episode 267 of Art of Construction and the first in our series of episodes recorded live At Digital Built Week America 2022. Ellen and many of her Turner Fleischer team members were at Digital Built Week sharing their story. One of their talks, the topic of this podcast, was titled: Who is Responsible for Learning and Teaching and How is it Accomplished? Its description reads: "Graduating can no longer be the proverbial line-in-the-sand where formal learning ends and practical experience takes over. Examining an industry amid a total disruption, the question must be asked: who is responsible for teaching and learning after formal education ends?" In our first episode with Turner Fleischer back in 2019, we discussed how, as a mid-sized firm, they leveraged their workforce to focus on research and development, despite the human resource and financial concerns that accompany this choice. Much of this revolves around their "TF Academy," a series of courses taught and attended by their employees that cover a range of topics. Since we last spoke, Turner Fleischer has grown their firm by over 100 new team members, a fact we think symbolizes a giant victory for their business strategies and philosophies around constant, active learning. While many struggled with employee development during Covid, Turner Fleischer thrived! Join Devon and Ellen as they discuss the glory of being back in person at Digital Built Week, the core values of Turner Fleischer that allowed their firm to achieve massive growth, how and why small and medium sized construction businesses should foster an active learning environment for their employees, why ROI can't always be measured in dollars and cents, and what it means to master knowledge and data amid an industry facing total disruption.

THINK Business with Jon Dwoskin
The Revolution in Organization Level

THINK Business with Jon Dwoskin

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 24:34


Jon talks about revenue growth with Brandi Starr and Rolly Keenan, authors of CMO to CRO. Brandi Starr is a marketing maven and author who brings two decades of experience into her role as the COO of Tegrita. A graduate of Penn State and the University of Phoenix, Brandi was recently named one of MartechExec's “50 Women You Need to Know in Martech”. She is a career strategist and speaker with an innate ability to leverage technology to drive success. Brandi was born with two teeth, ready to take a bite out of marketing and technology and chew through competition (#BornOverAchiever). Today, she resides in Atlanta, has a beautifully blended family of five children. When she's not making the magic happen, you can find Brandi on a plane, eating street tacos (#TacosAreLife), or spending time with her family. Rolly Keenan is a serial entrepreneur who splits his time between Chicago and Colorado. He is a born leader and the key growth specialist at Tegrita as our CRO. Rolly brings 20 years of leading growth at the likes of LinkedIn, Oracle, Gallup and the US Olympic Volleyball Team. Graduating from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, Rolly is a trained hostage negotiator who is a partner to the wonderful, Veronica, and a father to six children and one dog, Nala. 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 Brandi Starr and Rolly Keenan Website: http://revenuetakeover.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/revenuetakeover Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/revenuetakeover/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brandistarr/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Revenuetakeover

Optimal Living Daily: Personal Development & Minimalism
2371: 5 Reasons Why We Hold Onto Stuff by Karen Liszewski on What Keeps Us From Decluttering

Optimal Living Daily: Personal Development & Minimalism

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 10:43 Very Popular


Karen Liszewski shares 4 reasons why we hold onto stuff Episode 2371: 5 Reasons Why We Hold Onto Stuff by Karen Liszewski on What Keeps Us From Decluttering Karen lives in South Jersey with her three dogs, husband and 4 year old daughter Olivia. Graduating from Seton Hall University with a B.A. in Journalism and Public Relations, she was a staff writer for the Setonian and a Public Affairs Intern at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center. One of her proudest moments as a writer so far has been interviewing Tim Gunn from ‘Project Runway' and subsequently winning Honorable Mention in NJ for Feature Writing. When she is not busy as a stay-at-home-mom she enjoys reading, going to the boardwalk in Ocean City and watching the Real Housewives. The original post is located here: https://thenjbookworm.com/5-reasons-why-we-hold-onto-stuff/  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalLivingDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

White Coat Investor Podcast
MtoM #69 - Graduating Medical School Debt Free

White Coat Investor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 13:19 Very Popular


Dr. Spath interviews a dermatology resident in this episode who finished medical school with zero debt. It is quite an inspiring story.  She had a financial plan and a budget, she lived below her means, applied to all scholarships she laid her eyes on, and had a supportive partner. Together they achieved the goal of a debt free medical education. Read about another inspiring debt free education here https://www.whitecoatinvestor.com/my-plan-to-graduate-medical-school-debt-free/  At PKA Insurance Group Inc – Pradeep Audho, and his team, are independent insurance brokers with a focus on Disability and Life insurance. Protecting your family & income in the event of a death or disability is extremely important.  There is now an A+ rated carrier offering up to $7.5M of term life insurance without a medical exam. If you qualify medically, approval is possible within 15 minutes. Avoiding the exam could be ideal for busy professionals. Reach out to PKA Insurance today to discuss your Disability or Life insurance needs – Call 1-800-258-1018 - OR - email at info@pkainsurance.com  The White Coat Investor has been helping doctors with their money since 2011. Our free financial planning resource covers a variety of topics from doctor mortgage loans and refinancing medical school loans to physician disability insurance and malpractice insurance. Learn about loan refinancing or consolidation, explore new investment strategies, and discover loan programs for specifically aimed at helping doctors. If you're a high-income professional and ready to get a "fair shake" on Wall Street, The White Coat Investor channel is for you! Be a Guest on The Milestones to Millionaire Podcast: https://www.whitecoatinvestor.com/milestones  Main Website: https://www.whitecoatinvestor.com  Student Loan Advice: https://studentloanadvice.com  YouTube: https://www.whitecoatinvestor.com/youtube  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thewhitecoatinvestor  Twitter: https://twitter.com/WCInvestor  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewhitecoatinvestor  Subreddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/whitecoatinvestor  Online Courses: https://whitecoatinvestor.teachable.com  Newsletter: https://www.whitecoatinvestor.com/free-monthly-newsletter 

No Jumper
The Richie The Barber Interview: Why He Became a Real Life Clown, Body Modifications & More

No Jumper

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 64:55 Very Popular


Richie the famous barber talks about his upbringing, going through physical changes, how het get girls, why the clown outfit and more! https://www.instagram.com/richietheba... ----- 00:00 Intro 0:15 - Adam explains how he knows Richie the Barber because the No Jumper store used to be around the corner  1:30 - Insane Clown Posse  6:47 - Graduating high school. Always wanted to be a clown since he was little 7:46 - Moving to LA to do barbershop quartet, started doing tricks, married the two to become a clown.  9:25 - Not being accepted by the LA barber community, moving into the tattoo community instead 12:20 - Black dudes do not want white dudes cutting their hair. Shaving Charles Barkley's head during Black Lives Matter summer 16:05 - Adam remembers the first time he met Richie at the barbershop. Getting his haircut by a drunk barber 17:40 - Empowering feeling of dressing like a crazy clown. Embracing getting recognized in public 19:20 - Richie shows off his split tongue. Explains the brutal recovery process. The ladies love the split tongue 21:22 - Eyebrow implants were the craziest thing he's ever done.  22:58 - Richie has a whole book about all the weird women he's been with  31:58 - Getting tired of the crazy lifestyle. Stopped drinking, and started working out.  34:16 - Getting more chicks than ever now because he's in shape and has money 42:00 - Plans for the future. Going on tour. Relationship with Steve-O, mentoring him through sobriety. Want him to be the first guest on his podcast. Bam Margera still going through it 46:05 - Gucci Mane looks amazing now that he's sober. Adam pushes the conspiracy theory that Gucci Mane got a tummy tuck 48:25 - Insane Clown Posse is a different style of clowning. Hardcore, hip hop clowns. Adam is going to help Richie perform at the ICP Juggalo festival. Hardcore ICP fans.  ----- Shout to our Partners at Gamer Supps! ORDER YOUR FREE SAMPLE TODAY with our Promo Code NoJumper https://youtu.be/UUwcj1YC-NE Gamer Supps offers esports athletes, gamers, and podcasters the most effective and healthy energy choice to help them perform at the highest potential especially during their most crucial moments. Try it today 100% Free with our Promo Code NoJumper https://gamersupps.gg/ ----- NO JUMPER PATREON http://www.patreon.com/nojumper CHECK OUT OUR NEW SPOTIFY PLAYLIST https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5te... FOLLOW US ON SNAPCHAT FOR THE LATEST NEWS & UPDATES https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE STORE!!! http://www.nojumper.com/ SUBSCRIBE for new interviews (and more) weekly: http://bit.ly/nastymondayz  Follow us on SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/4ENxb4B... iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/n... Follow us on Social Media: https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... http://www.twitter.com/nojumper http://www.instagram.com/nojumper https://www.facebook.com/NOJUMPEROFFI... http://www.reddit.com/r/nojumper JOIN THE DISCORD: https://discord.gg/Q3XPfBm Follow Adam22: https://www.tiktok.com/@adam22 http://www.twitter.com/adam22 http://www.instagram.com/adam22 adam22hoe on Snapchat Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Bobbycast
#348 - Allie Colleen on The Deal She Made With Her Parents To Not Pursue Music Until Graduating + Going to College for Songwriting + Her Childhood and the Root of Her Love for Animals

Bobbycast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 63:21


Allie Colleen talks with Bobby about what life was like growing up for her in Owasso, Oklahoma and learning from an early age that she wanted to be a singer. She shares the things she was exposed to having famous parents and she learned about the invasion of privacy at an early age. Allie talks about the deal with her dad about her music and why she chose to study songwriting at college in Nashville and how her writing has grown over the last few years along with her singing. Allie also explains how it was isolating growing up the way she did and how it led to her love for animals.  Follow the podcast: @TheBobbyCast Watch this Episode on Youtube   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Bobby Bones Show
(Weds Full) Bobby Gets Emotional Talking About the Texas Tragedy + US State Capitals Game…The Loser Has to Go on the Street with an Embarrassing Sign + Amy's Daughter is Graduating Middle School

The Bobby Bones Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 88:16 Very Popular


Bobby talks about the tragedy in Texas that happened yesterday. Bobby has the show compete in a US State Capitals Game. We reveal what the embarrassing embarrassment will be.  Amy shares that she is graduating 8th grade today and is having a ceremony. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.