In our usual 'After Thoughts' section, Luke and Kyle look back on the previous episode, in which Hurricane Ian lashed the Florida Coastline, including our guest Adam Sinkus' house! What an amazing story! And for anyone who was wondering what sort of experience it is to survive a full strength Hurricane, this is the episode for you! terrifying!Links from Adam:Site: http://Apurposepartnership.comLinkedIn: http://LinkedIn.com/in/adamsinkusSupport the show
Inflation, covid 19, and Hurricane Ian: It's enough to make you want to pull the covers over your head and just make the world go away. So what should you really do?How about focusing on all the good that's happening right here in our town?For example, there are many non-profit organizations investing millions directly into our community despite the tough times right now.Today I'm very pleased to welcome Veronica Thames: Chief Operating Officer Of the Gulf Coast Community Foundation.In this episode, you'll learn...One thing most people don't know about Veronica.Why she chose to move from the healthcare industry to philanthropyHow the Gulf Coast Community Foundation continually impacts our community in major waysWhere their funding comes fromWho can actually apply for fundingTheir current disaster relief work from Hurricane Ian... and much much more!Thank you for stopping by today. It is my hope you will listen ... learn ... and connect!Gulf Coast FacebookGulf Coast InstagramGulf Coast TwitterGulf Coast LinkedInGulf Coast Youtube
Adam Sinkus lives in Fort Myers, Florida. People who love here know what they have signed up for, the 'cost of paradise' as Adam refers to it. Storms are common in this part of coastal Florida, and Hurricane's are always a threat too. In September 2022, a Category 4 Atlantic Hurricane, named Ian, would make landfall as the deadliest Hurricane to strike since 1935. Adam takes us through his experience in mesmerizing detail, as 150mph winds battered his home and the surrounding area. He lived to tell the tale, others we not so lucky. Hold tight, this one is wild.Links from Adam:Site: http://Apurposepartnership.comLinkedIn: http://LinkedIn.com/in/adamsinkusSupport the show
We wrap up our Cuban Sub-Series with our friend, and new Simply Stogies Podcast host, Nick Syris of LH Cigars. Nick and I wrap up our sub-series in a nice big bow by giving you the latest news out of Cuba, and then spend a good amount of time discussing the current state of Cuban cigars: price increases, the impact of Hurricane Ian, what consumers can look forward to, and the future of Cuban cigars. We then talk about some myths and legends of Cuban cigars: Are they rolled on the thighs of virgins? What should you do when gifted a fake Cuban cigar? Should we consider the moral implications of supporting a Communist regime when purchasing Cuban cigars? Does Habanos SA use tobacco from other countries to help meet the demand of their cigars?
Jennifer Hefty, social and emerging platforms strategist for the USA Today Network, and Kara Chiles, senior vice president of consumer products for Gannett, talk to It's All Journalism host Michael O'Connell about how they leveraged the SMS platform Subtext to text breaking news and public safety updates to their audience during Hurricane Ian. Keep up with the latest news about the It's All Journalism podcast, sign up for our weekly email newsletter. Also, listen to our podcast on Apple Podcasts, PodcastOne, Soundcloud, or Stitcher.
On this special episode of Small Biz Florida host, Tom Kindred is joined by Public Affairs Specialist for the Small Business Administration Jack Camp. Together, Tom and Jack discuss Small Business Administration Loan Programs available to businesses that suffered from Hurricane Ian's destruction. Specifically the EIDL program. They cover several topics including an update on the east coast after Hurricane Nicole, where you can go to get help filling out an application, how to prepare for a disaster, and much more. This episode is one you don't want to miss.
We check back in on hurricane recovery in our region. WUSF's Cathy Carter has been reporting on how Manatee and Sarasota County residents are regrouping after Ian. Later in the show, we'll hear more about how North Port is cleaning up -- and the slow process of rebuilding damaged homes and businesses -- from communications director Jason Bartolone.
Doug Baber assumed the role of City Administrator of Mexico Beach in 2021, three years after the City was nearly destroyed in Hurricane Michael. Doug shares his experience in this interview recorded shortly after Hurricane Ian caused devastation on the west coast of Florida.
Business guru John Maxwell once said, "Everything rises and falls on leadership."It is safe to say a major reason why Sarasota Memorial Health Care Systems (SMH) keeps rising is its incredible leader who was recently and severely tested via a worldwide pandemic and a Cat-4 hurricane.I'm very pleased to welcome David Verinder, CEO of Sarasota Medical Health Systems (SMHCS).In today's episode, you learn...One thing most people don't know about DavidWhy he chose a career in healthcare administrationHow incredibly difficult it was for him to lead a 9,000-employee healthcare organization during CovidWhat David learned from Hurricane Irma that prepared him and his team for Hurricane Ian... and much much more!Thank you for stopping by today it's my hope you will listen ... learn ... and connect!SMH FACEBOOKSMH TWITTERSMH YOUTUBESMH INSTAGRAMSMH LINKEDIN
Allison Lupski is an international businesswomen operating Custom Crew Wear in Fort Meyers, FL. She's still cranking prints out while her family and community are working through the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, counting their blessings, and cracking open mich ultras. Topics of discussion include: In-laws, Thanksgiving, delegating, fancy laminated cards, preparing, rebuilding, Christmas in pajamas, Alone, and thick soup.
The University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) recently received a large grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA). Michael Rogers provides details of the $16.5 million grant during the November All In For Citrus podcast. Rogers is the director of the UF/IFAS Citrus Research and Education Center in Lake Alfred. The grant money is being spread between research projects ranging from gene editing to plant improvement breeding. Eight projects have been funded with the NIFA dollars. Rogers shares details on each project in this episode of the podcast. “Getting this infusion of money into the research program is really going to help us keep things going with our HLB research, which is really needed right now,” Rogers says. “This will help us build on the research done thus far and take it to the next level.” Ajia Paolillo, UF/IFAS citrus Extension agent, joins the podcast to give an update on the continuing fallout from Hurricane Ian. Her territory covers Hardee, DeSoto and Manatee counties, which were hard hit by the storm. She says fruit drop has continued well after Ian due to the stress the trees and root systems endured from winds and flooding. According to Paolillo, trees are beginning to flush, which is to be expected after a storm. While there has been a good deal of research done on the impact of flooding in citrus groves, there is not a lot of literature on the wind effects that come with hurricanes. Christopher Vincent, UF/IFAS assistant professor of tree ecophysiology, has been tasked to work with growers to survey damage after the storm, particularly how winds damaged groves. He is recording damage and the delayed effect of fruit drop and other tree health issues. Vincent encourages growers who have hurricane damage to participate in the informal survey. He said the process will not take much of their time and will benefit the industry. Vincent can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't miss this episode of All In For Citrus. Listen to the November episode here. The podcast is a partnership between UF/IFAS and AgNet Media.
We're chatting with Gayle and Kara about what is was like to sail on the Disney Wish during Hurricane Ian. Their first sailing aboard Disney Cruise Line's newest ship went from a four-night cruise to a six-night cruise as Hurricane Ian disrupted ship traffic in and out of Port Canaveral. Curious about what was happening onboard the Wish, and what Gayle and Kara thought of DCL's newest ship? We chatted about all the onboard communications and accommodations, as well as getting their thoughts on food, shows and so much more! Gayle is a travel specialist with Off to Neverland Travel and be found at her Facebook Page. Kara can be found at her website. If you are looking to book your next Disney Cruise, have been thinking about sailing concierge, have been eying an Adventures by Disney Trip, or are interested in what other kinds of vacations might be available, then head over to My Path Unwinding Travel so Karen and her team of expert travel professionals can help you find the perfect vacation for you and your family. Karen and her team are knowledgeable, responsive and welcoming and we are so excited to have them as a sponsor of your show! If you use Sea Bands to help prevent seasickness and motion sickness, then you need to check out Blisslets (via our affiliate link), a stylish alternative to traditional sea sickness bands designed to fit your lifestyle. Would you like a little downtime for date night or just some time to reconnect as adults on your next Disney vacation? Be sure to check out Nanny Land!! They've got tons of options from babysitting services, in-park nannies, and even nannies who will come with you on your next DCL vacation. They cover all of the Disney parks and resorts, world-wide, and are probably much more affordable than you might imagine. Use our affiliate Crown Code: KING85 to get a discount on your next Nanny Land booking. The DCLDuo Podcast is a weekly Disney Cruise Line and Disney travel focused podcast. If you like our podcast, please subscribe and leave us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts. Our podcast is also available on Pocket Casts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google, TuneIn, Amazon Music, and most other major podcast providers. You can also like and follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @DCLDuo. You can also join our Facebook Group, and subscribe to our YouTube channel for even more great content. If you'd like to be a guest on the show, you can email us at dcldu
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NOAA Hurricane Hunters Heather Holback and Rob Rogers along with AF Hurricane Hunter, Davis White talk about their experiences with Hurricane IanSuggest a topic or ask a question: email@example.comVisit our conference site: www.hurricanecenterlive.comThanks for listening and please share with your friends and co-workers.
This week's introduction is from our friend Brit from the North Pole. Remember, if you'd like to introduce an upcoming episode, please click the Join the Conversation link and leave us your recorded message. This week the gang provides some training updates and tips for the first Dopey and Goofy simulations coming up this weekend where you have four consecutive runs of 45 Minutes, 4, 10, and 23 miles. Should I run them all or walk them? Tune in for some of our recommendations. Back in episode 52 we talked about charities, but due to Hurricane Ian one of our guests needed to reschedule. We had the chance to speak with DJ from Give Kids the World who discussed what GKTW is all about, the Night of a Million Lights, and other ways you can fundraise for Give Kids the World.We then rewind back to our Episode 15 interview with Brittany Charboneau who won all four events at the Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend 2022. Listen to her story of how an accident and dropping out of the Boston Marathon at mile 18 turned into sweeping Marathon Weekend.We want to wish this week's Race Report Spotlight guest, Kent a Happy Birthday!Kent ran the Crooked Road 24 hour Ultra in Rocky Mount, VA . He ran 75 miles in 24 hours on a 1.178 Mile loop. That's 64 laps!!!Join the ConversationRise and Run Podcast Facebook PageRise and Run Podcast InstagramRise and Run Podcast Website and ShopPassport to Run Show LinksGive Kids the WorldNight of a Million Lights Give Kids The World Village's Gingerbread Run Brittany CharboneauRun Fit Mama Affiliate LinksFluffy FizziesKawaiian Pizza ApparelGYMBOSSRise and Run Podcast is supported by our audience. When you make a purchase through one of our affiliate links, we may earn a commission.
John Rourke owner of https://www.bluelinemoving.net has been on a mission to clean up America one step at a time. Through his moving company, he has raised funds for multiple border clean-ups in MD, TX, and others. John has seen it all and captured real-time videos of how it really is. Johns's last visit was to a dog rescue, along with Big Dog Ranch Rescue. They were able to rescue 40 dogs that would have been put to sleep starved or worse. John was also a major part of hurricane Ian relief. John was born and raised in America, father of four kids, running a full-time business there is no match to his dedication to cleaning up America. Stay in touch with John Rouke | Blue Line Moving | Future Clean up's and Rescues: Website: https://www.bluelinemoving.net Border Clean up: https://www.bordercleanup.com | https://www.wefundtheblue.com IG: https://www.instagram.com/johnjrourke IG: https://www.instagram.com/bluelinemoving BigDogRanchRescue: IG: https://www.instagram.com/bigdogranchrescue ➔Please check out our Sponsors ➔Horome levels falling? Use MSCSMEDIA to get 25% off home test: https://trylgc.com/MSCSMEDIA Ty LetsGetChecked. ➔Fiji: https://Fijiwater.com/mscs $5 off free shipping Unleash ➔Monster Energy: https://www.monsterenergy.com/us/mscs ➔Aura: See if any of your passwords have been compromised. Try 14 days for free: https://aura.com/MSCS Thank you to Aura ➔ Stay Connected With MSCS MEDIA on Spotify Exclusive: Watch all Mscs Media Video Podcasts UNCENSORED and UNCUT.: ► https://spoti.fi/3zathAe (1st time watching a video podcast on Spotify when you hit play a settings pop-up will show, tap under the settings pop-up to watch the video playing.) ► All Links to MSCS MEDIA:https://allmylinks.com/mscsmedia #podcast #border #bluelinemoving #johnrourke #mscsmedia
Thank you so much for listening to the Bob Harden Show, and Happy Thanksgiving! On Thursday's show, we discuss Thanksgiving and our legacy of gratitude. We discuss the benefits of Education Savings Accounts with Co-Founder of the Florida Citizen's Alliance Keith Flaugh. Marine Scientist Ellen Prager and I discuss her latest books and the storm surge phenomenon. The CEO of Naples Historical Society Elaine Reed and I discuss the Naples Historical District and the recovery from Hurricane Ian. We also visit with the former Mayor on Naples, Bill Barnett. We have terrific guests scheduled for Friday's show including Senior Fellow at the Pacific Legal Foundation William Yeatman, President of American Commitment Phil Kerpen, and Endowed Professor at the University of Houston and author Larry Bell. Please access this or past shows at your convenience on my web site, social media platforms or podcast platforms.
I Thessalonians 5:18 "In everything give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you." Life brings storms. Sometimes the waves crash so loudly that it drowns out the still, small voice of God reminding us that He is always in control. In this episode, I share some truths that Pastor Tom Sexton shared after experiencing devastating loss in Hurricane Ian. In the midst of tragedy, he gives the reminder of I Thess 5:18 that IN everything, we can give thanks. How is this possible? *Because nothing can touch a child of God without our Heavenly Father allowing it *Because what touches our lives has a greater purpose that what we first see *Because we must believe to see Be encouraged to thank God no matter what life brings! Scriptures Referenced: Proverbs 3:5-6 John 11:4, 40, 45 I Thessalonians 5:18 Follow my journey by subscribing to this podcast. You can also follow me on Instagram, YouTube, and www.nohighercalling.org
Some shocking revelations as FTX bankruptcy proceedings begin. Some 80,000 Britons may have lost money following the collapse of the crypto trading platform. We discuss the challenge of recovery and finding housing for the thousands of people displaced by Hurricane Ian in the U.S. And more drama as Manchester United seeks new investment into the club after confirming the termination of Cristiano Ronaldo's contract.(Picture: Sam Bankman-Fried, founder and CEO of FTX. Credit: Getty Images.)
Make sure you check out our new YouTube channel for the on-camera version of our new episodes!! Laura Ortiz - amazing and hilarious actor (Corri & Laura starred in the series Holliston together) and mama to 2 precious boys - joins us to tell us why she's hanging tight to gratitude this holiday season.. We're skipping the chat about Black Friday deals, and instead talking about what we're thankful for! And how hard it can be to find that positive perspective at times... Laura's newly-renovated dream home was hit hard by Hurricane Ian, and she shares her unique perspective on why she's HAPPY her home was hit... This episode also took a shocking turn into an anatomy lesson! And we learned things about the vulva we never knew we didn't know! We laughed and we cried it was like our own big ole therapy session. We hope it's the same for you! Drop us a comment and let us know what you're feeling grateful for this year! FOLLOW US FOR MORE MOM LIFE STUFF! ➤ Instagram ➝ https://www.instagram.com/himynameismomofficial ➤ TikTok ➝ https://www.tiktok.com/@himynameismomofficial ➤ Facebook ➝ https://www.facebook.com/himynameismomofficial ➤ Twitter ➝ https://www.twitter.com/himynameismom ➝The Hi My Name Is Mom Studio is brought to you by: The Yard Sale Store! Check out https://yardsalestore.com/ and follow on IG: http://www.instagram.com/yardsaleusa ➝We're always drinking DAOU... cause it puts all the other wines to shame!! https://www.instagram.com/daouvineyards ➝We're in LOVE with Sennheiser mics for our studio!! https://en-us.sennheiser.com/
This podcast is sponsored by ZOLL. In this episode, Dov and Raphael are once again joined by Gavy Friedson, United Hatzalah's Director of International Emergency Management. Friedson acted as the mission commander for the organization's relief efforts both in Puerto after Hurricane Fiona and in Florida after Hurricane Ian. The trio discusses the team's efforts in Florida and how the Psychotrauma and Crisis Response Unit once again worked to assist the residents who were adversely affected by the hurricane. Thanks to the many surprises along the way that challenged the group's efforts, teamwork and partnerships were essential in allowing the team to provide psychological treatment and relief for hundreds of residents who lost everything.
It's been said the best education and experience happens at the grassroots level with experts working in the field.Former FEMA Administrator and Secretary of Homeland Security, Pete Gaynor knows this well as he recently returned from working as a volunteer in the field at disasters overseas and domestically.This Fall, Pete has spent time in Indonesia responding to the earthquake that hit West Sumatra. While there, Pete was also able to observe and help in the response to the tragic stampede at a soccer stadium in Kanjuruhan that killed 130 people on October 1st.Pete also spent time in Florida this Fall responding to the devastation caused by Hurricane Ian.In this episode, Pete recounts some of the lessons learned from being in the midst of those response efforts. He also compares and contrasts the way different cultures respond to disasters, highlighting best practices both in the US and Indonesia. He also talks about the various hazards that come with living in a variety of different locations around the country and world, and how situational awareness and proper building codes are among some of the most important things that aid in ensuring proper readiness.Doberman Emergency Management owns and operates the Disaster Tough Podcast. Contact us here at: www.dobermanemg.com or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.We are proud to endorse L3Harris and the BeOn PPT App. Learn more about this amazing product here: L3Harris.com/ResponderSupport.
" I am happy because I'm grateful. I choose to be grateful. That gratitude allows me to be happy." Will Arnett. Hurricane Ian really took a toll on SW Florida! It has been a trying time after a trying couple of years (aka COVID ughhh) and during an already rough economic season. (high groceries, anyone!? wahhhh!!!) So when we got the chance to come together to raise money for a local safety net Children's Hospital, Golisano, that was hit really hard during Hurricane Ian, we thought we would give it a try. AND IT WORKED!!! We raised over $35,000!! 130 of the employees at this hospital lost their home, car, or both in the floods of Hurricane Ian. Healing Hands, the non profit through doTERRA International matched $15,000!! I am just beyond grateful!!! And we focus on the giving people, the fact that we are "better together", that we have so much even on our hardest days.... it changes EVERYTHING!! I pray you all have an amazing Thanksgiving!!! I am grateful for you!
Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” talks to Rep. Byron Donalds about the brewing GOP civil war between Ron DeSantis and Donald Trump; how the Republican party is responding to the midterm election losses; Rick Scott challenging Mitch McConnell's leadership; rebuilding Florida after Hurricane Ian; and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
For our latest Artemis Live interview, we discussed the state of the catastrophe bond market after hurricane Ian and the opportunities now available to investors with Florian Steiger, Head of Cat Bonds at specialist ILS and reinsurance asset manager Twelve Capital. Steiger explained that the catastrophe bond market actually got lucky with hurricane Ian, as had the storm made landfall further north close to Tampa, or impacted Miami, the realised losses for the cat bond segment could have been much more significant. "I think, the outcome of hurricane Ian, and as we also see it now that there's more clarity, I think it's a rather positive outcome and it could have been much worse," Steiger explained in our video interview. Steiger discussed how his firm, investment manager Twelve Capital, is viewing the prospect for catastrophe bond losses from hurricane Ian. He also explained the investment manager's view on the market opportunities that are now available to investors in cat bonds, as returns rise significantly given the pricing in of risk and losses. Listen to this full podcast episode for more insights into the post-Ian catastrophe bond market environment.
Tensorflight uses AI, aerial and street view imagery to provide property data for risk analytics on commercial, personal and industrial properties globally. Matthew Grant was joined by Jacob Grob, the Chief Revenue Officer at Tensorflight. They discuss his personal experience with Hurricane Ian, some of the latest developments in providing property data and the challenges of social inflation pushing up costs. Other topics include: The difference in the way insurance is sold in the US compared to the rest of the world The “assignment of benefits” and how it impacts Florida Using data to make better decisions Learn more about Tensorflight including our past interviews, podcasts and reports from our dedicated website page. If you like what you are hearing, please leave us a review on whichever platform you use or contact Matthew Grant on LinkedIn. Sign up to the InsTech newsletter for a fresh view on the world every Wednesday morning. To find out more about InsTech, our membership and offerings visit www.instech.co or contact us email@example.com Continuing Professional Development - Learning Objectives InsTech is accredited by The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII). By listening to any InsTech podcast or reading the accompanying transcript, you can claim up to 0.5 hours towards the CII member CPD scheme. The Learning Objectives for this podcast are: Describe the challenges social inflation brings and understand the factors that can be difficult to foresee Summarise some of the ways in which insurance is sold around the world and compare the advantages List some examples of the ways in which data can be implemented to enhance a business model If your organisation is a member of InsTech and you would like to receive a quarterly summary of the CPD hours you have earned, visit the Episode 217 page of the InsTech website or email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you have listened to this podcast. To help us measure the impact of the learning, we would be grateful if you would take a minute to complete a quick feedback survey.
We had members of the Fort Myers Beach Art Association tell us about their plans for rebuilding the destroyed Art Association building and parents trying to convince the Lee County School Board to save The Beach School after Hurricane Ian.
A little bit of existential crisis and nostalgia never hurt no one! The Floridian rode out Hurricane Ian with only a teeny tiny bit of mental anguish. The Yinzer shares touring stories of the Pearliest Jam and bourbon that enjoyed a semester at sea. The breadnat challenge is born and hey, do yinz 'member livejournal?
Kurt went on Oasis of the Seas during Hurricane Ian to share his experience onboard. Share with me your thoughts, questions and comments via... Twitter: @therclblog Facebook: /royalcaribbeanblog YouTube: royalcaribbeanblog Email: email@example.com Leave a voicemail: (408) 6ROYAL6 You can subscribe to the Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast via iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher or RSS.
On this episode of the It’s Going Down podcast, we speak with someone from Mutual Aid Disaster Relief about autonomous responses in the wake of Hurricane Ian, which rampaged through the Caribbean and slammed into the coast of Florida in late September of 2022. During our discussion, we talk about both the response from the... Read Full Article
Katie, her mom and 2 cousins travel from the UK to Walt Disney World in Florida in September of 2022. They have an amazing long Disney adventure and stay at Coronado Springs Resort and Animal Kingdom Lodge. They eat at lots of good restaurants while at Disney and have the crazy experience of being there during Hurricane Ian! If you've ever wondered what Disney in a hurricane is like then this is the episode for you!Want to go to Disney? Guess what...I want to help you make your travel dreams a reality!Click HERE for your free no obligation quoteFor more information about Disney or Universal vacations click HEREWant a fun monthly newsletter all about Disney and Universal? Sign up HEREIf you are enjoying the show consider leaving a positive review on Apple Podcasts! This is the best way to help the show grow!Traveling to a Disney park, cruise or Aulani and want to be on the show? Click HERE to fill out a form and Jenny will be in contact with you!Visit our Instagram page at disneytraveltalesVisit us on Facebook at Jenny with Trolley Lane Travel, LLCEmail me at firstname.lastname@example.orgThis episode is sponsored by ME, Jenny with Trolley Lane Travel. If you are interested in traveling and need help planning your trip contact Jenny at email@example.com or visit my Facebook page at Jenny with Trolley Lane Travel, LLC for your free no obligation quote. I want to help you plan your next magical vacation! I will take out all the stress of planning so you are only left to enjoy your trip. Some of my services include, making your hotel reservation, transportation reservations, advanced dining reservations and giving you my phone number so at any time before or even on your trip you can contact me! I can also create a list of snacks and rides at each park tailored to your family.
On tonight's program: Just in case Florida's governor decides to run for president DESPITE the former President's announcement this week, here's some advice from someone who knows a lot about such things; What many had thought would be a national red wave of Republican victories didn't happen in the November eighth election EXCEPT for one place. Guess where?; We discover that, while the overall Democratic voter turnout in Florida was bad, there was one particular voting block that stayed away in droves; Some residents in hurricane-ravaged Southwest Florida worry a federal rule may make rebuilding their homes impossible; A concerted effort to reduce the plastic waste associated with holiday gifting is beginning to bear fruit in Florida; And even as Southwest Florida rebuilds in the wake of Hurricane Ian, good people are banding together so that the storm-tossed residents can still enjoy a bountiful holiday.
Renee Dineen, Organizational Psychologist, Coach and Consultant, joins us to chat about what she has coined the Authentic In-Action and how doing too much has caused a "Doing Addiction"!Guest Info - Renée M. Dineen - CEO and Founder of Deep Tissue Living Institute | TedX & Keynote Speaker | Best Selling Author | Leadership & Lifestyle CoachRenée Dineen is a best-selling author, TEDx & motivational speaker, and founder of the Deep Tissue Living Institute, a coaching and consulting platform dedicated to doing the deepest work with those who never thought they could. Prior to launching her own coaching & consulting practice, Renée spent over 20 years in global senior leadership roles in the high tech and biotech industries, including five years working and living oversees in Switzerland. (Full bio on our website)Guest Links - http://www.reneedineen.com/http://www.authenticinaction.com/Follow the ALL the Chaos here - https://www.keepingupwithchaos.net/The Stress Therapist! Changing the way you think about stress could save your life! A fresh season of Stress Therapy begins today...Learn how to get better at stress and start living your best life!https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/stress-therapy/id1588623315Support the showSW Florida local Hurricane Ian Amazon Wish List - https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1YRDUDOLT99MS?ref_=wl_shareIf you are inspired to help in any way...like donating items to those impacted by Hurricane Ian, a local mom, and first responders wife, is teaming up with other moms & groups here locally, to raise awareness for much needed supplies for those who have been and still struggling to recover from this massive storm.
Welcome to the Gwen and Damo Show! Join us as we hear the real-life experience from waterman Kellen Hall who recently went through the destructive Hurricane IAN in Sanibel Island, FL. So many families suffered devastating flooding and wind damage, and are in need. We have a link below in the description of watersports friends and families and their ‘Go Fund Me' links to help those in need. Our hearts go out to all those affected, and we hope to provide any help that we can. Thank you."Go Fund Me' LINKS: https://www.damienleroy.com/news/jdakhbvnzjswekg9rarz5baikappikSupport Gwen and Damo's channel on Patreon ($5/month for exclusive content): https://www.patreon.com/damienleroySupport the show
THE LIVE SHOW IS BACK!! This time we are talking about The Master of Masters and Yozora. Two of the biggest mysteries in Kingdom Hearts. On todays episode, I will be reviewing both characters and seeing in what ways they may or may not be connected. I recently have gotten my wifi restored after 6 weeks of it being blacked out by Hurricane Ian. However on that same day, I blewout the Motherboard of my PC... BUT HAVE NO FEAR! The Lady of The Lodge has a VERY Powerful Gaming Laptop which will be holding us over until my PC is fixed next week! Looking forward to this one, see you all there. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-landi-lodge/support
In Episode 54 of the Most Awesome Founder Podcast, we returned with the 6th inspiration session with Gerrit McGowan and Dries Faems. Sticking to the format of sharing something they learned, made them think, and made them laugh, Gerrit and Dries discuss the following captivating topics: - MBA Students and their effect on work in startups - In what sense the “cigar butting investment strategy” can be implemented today - What academic research about entrepreneurship is still missing - The new OECD innovation policy for Germany - The issues of digitalization in Germany - How to boost the productivity of a PhD Student We hope you enjoy listening to this podcast episode, filled with thought-provoking takeaways, just as much as we did producing it! Sources are listed on our website: www.mostawesomepodcast.com Chapters (0:53) Gerrit's introduction (2:55) Something that made Dries learn – “The Lean Startup Approach” & MBA Students (3:51) Gerrit's explanation of “The Lean Startup Approach” (5:12) “The Lean Startup Approach” in practice and research (8:58) MBA students and how they affect the usage of “The Lean Startup Approach” (11:55) How MBA students bloom in a startup (15:00) Extending the research question to different startup industries (18:28) Something that made Gerrit learn – the cigar-butting strategy in investing (24:00) Warren Buffets' philosophy in “cigar butt investing” (27:00) Downsides of “cigar butt investing” (32:03) Does the cigar-butting strategy also work in our increasingly digitalized world? (37:14) Does the cigar-butting strategy also work in startup investments? (38:53) Something that made Dries think – academic research on entrepreneurship (42:41) What are the academic scholars missing on entrepreneurship? (45:39) Is rigor or relevance more important in entrepreneurial academic research? (57:20) Something that made Gerrit think – New OECD innovation policy in Germany 2022 (64:00) Core problem in Germany is the low investment in digitalization (67:00) Is the lack of digitalization in Germany a governmental or cultural problem? (70:36) Something that made Dries laugh – what makes a PhD student productive? (74:46) Graduate students' relationships with professors in EU vs. US (78:12) Something that made Gerrit laugh – PostcardMania reaction to Hurricane Ian (81:26) Wrap up
Today's guest is BBQ pit master (and military historian), Dr. Robert Wettemann. Bob is an associate professor of History at the United States Air Force Academy. He served as the Director of the Air Force Academy's Center for Oral History from 2010-2014 and was the Max F. James Distinguished Researcher in Character and Leadership Development at the USAFA Center for Character and Leadership Development. Prior to moving to Colorado Springs, Bob was an associate professor of history at McMurray University (Go Warhawks!), where he served as the director of the public history program. He also worked with the Command Historian's Office of the U.S. Army Special Operations Command. He is a proud alum of the History Department at Oklahoma State University, and he went on to earn his MA and PhD in History at Texas A&M University. Bob is the author of Privilege vs. Equality: Civil-Military Relations in the Jacksonian Era, 1815-1845 (Praeger Security International) and has written numerous other essays and articles. He recently completed another manuscript titled The Patriot: An American Golf Odyssey, which was done in cooperation with the Folds of Honor Foundation. He is currently working on a book-length project titled “Rhino Tanks and Sticky Bombs: American Ingenuity in World War Two.” Bob is dedicated to his students and the profession. His many awards for service include several for mentoring students, including the 2017 Stephen L. Orrison Award for Mentoring Excellence from the Department of History at the USAFA. He is a frequent presenter at meetings of the Society for Military History and remains active in the public history world. Join us for a fun chat with Bob Wettemann, recorded just as Hurricane Ian missed our Statesboro Studio and began dumping rain on our Spartanburg Remote Production Facility (all safe), while Bob remains a kid at heart as F-16s buzzed USAFA. We'll cover a whole range of topics, from growing up in Stillwater, Oklahoma to the wonders of the 940s section of the Dewey Decimal System, from watching fire with Aaron Franklin to Bob's work with the Folds of Honor Foundation. Good stuff. Enjoy! Rec.: 09/30/2022
In this week's North American Ag Spotlight Chrissy Wozniak opens with a personal account of the days after Hurricane Ian devastated her community, and how Midwest Foodbank showed up when the community needed hope more than ever! Her local church @Cape Vineyard was stocked with food from Midwest Foodbank and other organizations, and was ready to serve the people fast! Joining her today to talk about the hurricane impact and how they embraced the opportunity to serve are two guests, Karl Steidinger, Executive Director of the Midwest Food Bank & Scot Buss, Marketing and Development Manager of the Midwest Foodbank, Florida. As a faith-based organization, it is the mission of Midwest Food Bank to share the love of Christ by alleviating hunger and malnutrition locally and throughout the world and providing disaster relief; all without discrimination. Their vision is to provide industry-leading food relief to those in need while feeding them spiritually.Their story started in 2003 when the Kieser family actioned their faith to share their blessings. They turned a shed on their family farm into a distribution site for local food pantries. Soon they realized the need was more significant, and there was room for growth. Thanks to the generosity of their donors, the valuable work of volunteers, and most importantly, the blessings of God, Midwest Food Bank now shares the blessings worldwide. Midwest Food Bank currently distributes nearly $36 million worth of food to over 2,100 non-profit organizations each month. This is done from our twelve locations in Illinois, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Texas, Pennsylvania, New England, East Africa, and Haiti.Born in Central IL Karl grew up in a family of 5. After graduating high school Karl went to work as a delivery driver for a local Feed Mill. He married Carrie Steffen July 20 2003 and together they have 3 children. Karl and Carrie moved their family to Cape Coral FL in 2016 and began working at a local ministry for single mothers. In 2017 Karl joined MFB as Operations Manager and later that same year assumed the role of Executive Director. Karl enjoys spending time with his family, playing golf, and shooting. “I feel blessed to be able to live out my faith in my occupation The MFB mission of, sharing the love of Christ while alleviating hunger and malnutrition and providing disaster relief, aligns well with my faith and I am grateful to be a small part of this fantastic organization.”Scot Buss found his calling when he started working in non-profit 5 years ago. He brings a business mind to the non-profit sector with over 25 years of sales experience. When he is not promoting #MFBFlorida, Scot coaches an Under-12 football team the South Naples Trojans. He also sits on a non-profit board and regularly volunteers his time serving underprivileged youth. Scot is so excited to be the Marketing and Development Manager at MFB Florida. He wants to be a "cog in the machine" that can end food insecurities in SW Florida. Learn more about Midwest Foodbank at https://midwestfoodbank.org.Sponsored by Tractors and Troubadours:Your weekly connection to agriculture industry newsmakers, hot-button industry issues, educational topics, rural lifestyle features and the best in true country music. Brought to you by Rural Strong Media.Listen now at https://ruralstrongmedia.com/tractors-and-troubadours/ Unconventional Ag is the industry source to discover how to differentiate products and processes and take advantage of emerging markets related to specialty oilseeds, grains, and their bi-products.Visit us at - https://agr.fyi/uag
Rep. Greg Steube joins the show to discuss CBP Commissioner's retirement, Foreign Affairs Committee, China, inflation, demanding the DoD stop using taxpayer money funding for abortion travel expenses, wide open border, Fentanyl, Politicized DOJ and IRS delays leave thousands with rejected loan applications. It's reported Floridians are unable to receive SBA Disaster relief aid after Hurricane Ian if their 2021 taxes have not been processed by the IRS. The IRS isn't doing their job, has a major backlog, and now it's preventing Floridians from obtaining their disaster relief. We were alerted to this by several constituents with same issues as what the NBC 2 article describes.
This episode is actually a follow-on episode from our last show, "Commander's Intent". As sales leaders, how do we handle ourselves when our team is struggling or we're in an extraordinary environment like Hurricane Ian? How do we effectively manage our client's expectations and perspective, while simultaneously supporting and encouraging our ops team. One thing is for sure- there's no profit in playing the victim, for the sales leader, or the team. Thanks for listening! If you enjoy the podcast please be sure to leave a review, follow the show (don't forget to turn on your notifications!) and share with a friend. Your continued support is what makes this mission possible. Thank you partners! We love our listeners and want them to have access to the very best in tech and supporting service providers possible. We've vetted each of our partners and highly recommend all them as key assets to help ensure our listener's success. As a way to honor our listeners, each of them has provided competitive DISCOUNTS. Simply click on the link below and take advantage of our ongoing partnerships. https://www.floodlightgrp.com/partners Floodlight Consulting Group Equipping restoration business owners to establish processes, develop their teams, increase revenues and grow their profits. Floodlight Leadership Circles The Floodlight Leadership Circles are designed to empower restoration business owners and key leaders through education, training, coaching and community engagement. Monthly Sessions Open Office Hours Expanding Partnerships Of Industry Professionals Customer Segment Leaders Continually-Updated Content Library Rich Non-Market Competing Community https://www.floodlightgrp.com/leadershipcircles Individualized Operations Consulting and Training The Floodlight team provides customized consulting and training support for restoration companies looking to grow and scale their business. 100% Tailored to each client Formal consulting sessions for owners and key leaders Full one-on-one access to the Floodlight team and their network of industry experts https://www.floodlightgrp.com
On this episode of Compassion & Courage, Marcus and The Hotness talk about the recent Hurricane Ian that hit Florida and the heartwarming response of their community. Thank you for all the things people are doing to help others!Resources for you:More communication tips and resources for how to cultivate compassion: https://marcusengel.com/freeresources/ Connect with Marcus on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcusengel/ Connect with The Hotness on Facebook: https://bit.ly/FB-Marvelyne Subscribe to the podcast through Apple: https://bit.ly/MarcusEngelPodcast Subscribe to the podcast through Spotify: https://bit.ly/Spotify-MarcusEngelPodcast Date: 10/31/2022Name of show: Compassion & Courage: Conversations in HealthcareEpisode title and number: Episode 76 – Drawing Together - Hurricane Ian1
For Public Defenders who serve in coastal areas, the story on toady's show will be all too familiar. As Hurricane Ian barrelled toward the Florida coast, a state of emergency was declared and evacuation plans started to come together, but as is almost always the case, no one thought of those incarcerated. Today, Hunter spoke with Kathy Smith, Chief Public Defender in the 20th Judicial District of Florida, to discuss the impacts of the storm on those left in jail. Dating as far back as memory allows, state's failed their obligations to protect the lives of people both in and out of jail when natural disasters strike, and Hurricane Ian was no exception. For days, people, many of whom were in jail simply because they could not afford to pay bail, lived with raw sewage and without clean drinking water. Luckily, no one died from the state's neglect, but this episode serves as a powerful warning and reminder for those with a duty to protect people's lives: when a natural disaster strikes, remember the people who cannot evacuate and think of a way to keep them alive. Guest: Kathy Smith, Chief Public Defender, 20th Judicial District, Florida Key Takeaways: How Kathy got into this work [6:50] Historical response to natural disasters in the 20th District [10:50] The response to Hurricane Ian in the 20th District [12:34] Who was in the Ft Meyer's jail and what conditions did they face [18:27] Why pre-trial release is so important [24:42] Impacts and the way forward after Ian [26:41] Does Florida care about the Constitution or just the part it likes? [31:00] Changes for the Future [34:43] People arrested during the storm [38:00] Advice to other Public Defenders [41:20] Resources: USA Today Coverage of those left behind after Ian More Coverage on Ian Miami New Times Coverage People left in prison during: Hurricane Katrina Hurricane Harvey Hurricane Michael Hurricane Sandy Hurricane Ike, Maria, Matthew, Irene etc. Contact Hunter Parnell: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram Twitter www.publicdefenseless.com
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Thursday on the NewsHour, election officials continue to tally ballots as Americans await the results of tight races that could decide control of Congress. Russian forces withdraw troops and evacuate civilians out of the Kherson region as Ukrainian forces cautiously advance, fearing a trap. Plus, recently released prisoners find themselves cut off from aid in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Hurricanes devastate vulnerable communities, but a group that's often overlooked after disasters is the formerly incarcerated. William Brangham spoke with a woman whose home was destroyed by Hurricane Ian. She then found that her criminal record made it very hard to find housing, even though it has been years since she was released. It's part of our series, "Searching for Justice." PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Tech giants Twitter, Stripe and Lyft slashed jobs last week, and Meta will reportedly follow suit. It’s a reversal of the sector’s pandemic hiring spree and could be an indicator of wider cuts across the economy. Plus, conservative groups spend big on school board elections, Florida’s cultural institutions try to recover after Hurricane Ian, and a Supreme Court case threatens the Indian Child Welfare Act.
Kevin Bupp leads the strategic vision of Sunrise Capital Investors. As host of two top-ranked real estate investing podcasts, his real estate investment advice has been downloaded millions of times by folks in over 190 countries. With over $250 million of real estate transactions under his belt, his extensive investment experience spans the gamut of apartment buildings, single-family homes, office buildings, parking facilities, raw land, condos, and mobile homeparks. He is the host of the “The Mobile Home Park Investing Podcast” and the “Real Estate Investing for Cash Flow” podcast. Together Mark and Kevin discuss:What's changed since they talked?Pros and cons of parking lot investingLessons learned since he's been in the parking lot investment spaceMobile home park investing verses parking lot investingThe economics and complexities of parking lotsCan a parking lot depreciate? TIP OF THE WEEKKevin:I'm not going to give you a website, a resource or a book… I'm going to give you something else. We're in southwest Florida–and were supposed to get hit by Hurricane Ian. I saw a lot of loss in the impact zone to our south. So hug a loved one, tell them you love. Call someone you lost a bond with. Remember the things that matter. Cherish the moment you're in. Things can be wiped away and change your life in an instant.Mark:Learn how you can invest with Kevin. Go to InvestwithSunrise.com and grab a free copy of Kevin's Book, The Cashflow Investor, by going to Kevinbupp.com/freebook. WANT TO LISTEN MORE?Did you like this episode?If so, tune into another Art of Passive Income podcast episode with Kevin Bupp where he discusses mobile home park investing."Are you ready to learn more about land investing? Just click HERE to schedule a call.""Isn't it time to create passive income so you can work where you want when you want, and with whomever you want?"
I just returned from the Ft. Myers area for the Captains for Clean Water Industry summit and witnessed firsthand the extreme devastation caused by Hurricane Ian. With another Hurricane on the way to Florida, I wanted to let everyone know about the relief efforts Captains for Clean water are conducting along with some other ways to help our friends affected by this massive storm. https://captainsforcleanwater.org/hurricane-ian-relief-fund/ This podcast is presented by Black Rifle Coffee Use code BLASTOFF25 for 25% off Salt Strong Insiders Club: https://bit.ly/RowlandMembership LMNT Electrolytes Special Offer: http://DrinkLMNT.com/TomRowland If you have questions or suggestions for the show you can text Tom at 1 305-930-7346 This episode has been brought to you by Waypoint TV. Waypoint is the ultimate outdoor network featuring streaming of full-length fishing and hunting television shows, short films and instructional content, a social media network, Podcast Network. Waypoint is available on Roku, Samsung Smart TV, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Android TV, IoS devices, Android Devices and at www.waypointtv.com all for FREE! Join the Waypoint Army by following them on Instagram at the following accounts @waypointtv @waypointfish @waypointsalt @waypointboating @waypointhunt @waypointoutdoorcollective Find over 150 full episodes of Saltwater Experience on Waypoint You can follow Tom Rowland on Instagram @tom_rowland and find all episodes and show notes at Tomrowlandpodcast.com Learn more about Tom's Television shows by visiting their websites: Saltwater Experience Into the Blue Sweetwater Contact Tom through email: Podcast@saltwaterexperience.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tech giants Twitter, Stripe and Lyft slashed jobs last week, and Meta will reportedly follow suit. It’s a reversal of the sector’s pandemic hiring spree and could be an indicator of wider cuts across the economy. Plus, conservative groups spend big on school board elections, Florida’s cultural institutions try to recover after Hurricane Ian, and a Supreme Court case threatens the Indian Child Welfare Act.