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Summary:Bennett Sung is the head of marketing for Humanly (humanly.io), a conversational AI for recruiting engine that helps surface the most qualified, diverse pool of applicants at scale. He is a creative technologist with 16+ years of experience leading corporate and product marketing functions at startups and public companies. He has also been included in the Most Inclusive HR Influencer List since 2019. In this episode, Bennett talks about how new application tracking technology could entirely change how we think about (and use) applicant data. Chapters:[0:00 - 4:52] IntroductionWelcome, Bennett!Today's Topic: Emerging Technologies in Application Tracking Systems[4:53 - 16:11] The development of a new category of application tracking technologyTechnology has begun parsing through interviews so we can learn from and document those interactionsUsing interview data to inform and improve future interviews[16:12 - 22:55] Improving the over-automated application tracking processHow to re-introduce humans to automated application tracking systemsDocumenting applicants' skills and next level data to build a better matching engine[22:56 - 27:10] Bennett's predictions for 2023Building an employee skills ontology to promote internal mobility and prevent skill loss through layoffsWhy we need to focus on retooling the hiring manager experience[27:11 - 29:25] Final Thoughts & ClosingWill 2024 be when we see real data integration?Thanks for listening!Quotes:“Once we start to look at the aggregation of data across interviews in organizations, and we slice it by diversity filters—this is where the eyes open up.”“We need [an employee skills ontology]. It is the crux that holds recruiting back—completely!”Contact:Bennett's LinkedInDavid's LinkedInProduction by Affogato MediaPodcast Manger: Karissa Harris
It is pro-day season and this episode is dominated by Tigers. The Auburn Tigers completed their pro day this week. Running back Tank Bigsby shined and led the way with big names for the program. Improving his athletic testing along with checking the height and weight boxes, how does this impact his draft stock? What defensive prospect should everyone be aware of the Auburn Tigers? Clemson's pro-day was last week, any standouts? Trenton Simpson is doing himself favors this draft cycle. What is his ideal position? K.J. Henry has the look and athleticism but not the production. Should teams be concerned with the lack of production? How important are pro-days? Keith breaks it down from an inside point of view. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
https://DarkHorseSchooling.com In this episode, host Tracy Brinkmann discusses the importance of social media for digital entrepreneurs. He highlights the billions of users worldwide, providing unique opportunities to reach target audiences, build brand awareness, and drive engagement. Tracy offers tips and strategies for creating engaging content, building a following, and measuring results. Tracy emphasizes the crucial role social media marketing plays in a successful digital marketing strategy and provides helpful insights for beginners. Overall, the conversation aims to help entrepreneurs, coaches, and course creators build a business online by leveraging the power of social media. Tracy discusses the importance of social media marketing in a digital marketing strategy. He advises listeners to choose the right platforms based on their target audience and the type of content they need to create, and to create engaging content that adds value to their audience. Leveraging the power of influencers is another key point, as it can help businesses reach new audiences and drive traffic to their website. Paid social media advertising is also recommended as an effective way to generate leads and sales, and engaging with the audience is essential for building a loyal following. The host emphasizes the importance of measuring the results of social media marketing campaigns and making adjustments as needed. By implementing a strategic approach that includes these key points, businesses can create a powerful social media strategy that promotes their brand and drives engagement. Choosing the right social media platform is essential for reaching a target audience and promoting a brand effectively. Factors to consider when selecting a platform include the target audience, type of content, business goals, and competition. Different platforms attract different age groups, demographics, and interests. Instagram is popular amongst younger audiences, while LinkedIn is popular amongst more professional folks. Certain platforms are more visually focused on images and videos, while others are more text-based. Businesses should also consider their competition when it comes to choosing social media platforms. Facebook is great for building a loyal following and promoting a brand through targeted ads, while Instagram is ideal for showcasing products or services through images and videos. Ultimately, picking the right platform for a business's target audience will make building an audience a whole lot easier. The importance of choosing the right social media platform and creating engaging content for businesses was discussed in a recent podcast. Twitter was identified as a more tech-savvy platform, popular among professionals and journalists, while LinkedIn is a professional networking platform used by job seekers and sales professionals to promote their brand. Choosing the right platform can be critical to reaching the target audience and achieving business goals. It is also important to consider the type of content that the target audience wants to see and ensure that it is engaging to drive engagement on social media. Once engagement is established, more people will be exposed to the content. The speakers emphasized that while TikTok is a popular platform, it may not be the best choice for all businesses, and it is important to consider the target audience and their reasons for using a particular platform. Overall, businesses can benefit from considering their target audience, the type of content they want to create, and their competition when choosing the right social media platform and creating engaging content. By choosing the right platforms, by creating engaging content, by leveraging the power of influencers, by using paid advertising, by engaging with your audience and measuring your results, you can create a successful social media campaign that will drive engagement, promote your brand, and drive up sales we all want. At the end of the day, of course it is. But wait, don't leave me just yet. In our next episode, we're going to be discussing the importance of SEO yeah. Search engine optimization. Now, a B and test involves having two versions of a campaign and testing them against each other to determine which one of the two performs better, right? This can include testing different ad formats, different headlines, different call to actions. Some folks call them Ctas and determine which one is the best. And once you have figure out which one's the best, then you make that one your primary. And then you add another one. And then you change one thing. Okay? So before launching any digital marketing campaign of any type, it's important to set clear Achievable goals and objectives. Now, whether you're looking to generate leads, whether you're looking to increase sales, whether you're looking to build your following, build your email list, or drive more traffic to your website, have a clear goal in mind. This is going to help you determine the best approach in your campaign.. Grab your analytics tools. Make sure they're set up. Maybe it's Google Analytics. Maybe it's Facebook Insights. Twitter analytics. All of these can help you drive, track what's going on, track your website traffic, track your engagement rates, or any other key metrics that you need to monitor to reach the goal that you've set right. Use any of these tools. Use all of these tools to monitor the success of your campaign. Respond. Yeah. When they leave a comment, respond. Right. When they message you and messenger respond. Responding to comments and messages on social media is essential for showing your audience that you give a damn. Right. That you value their feedback and their opinions. Respond as promptly as possible and as thoughtfully as possible to the comments and the messages. Right? That's don't just copy and paste bullshit. How does that not aim to provide helpful information and helpful and heart centered responses? And then finally, and I've done this one before, brand ambassadors. Now, brand ambassadors are the influencers who kind of represent the brand on an ongoing basis. They attend events, they participate in product launches, they help create content on your behalf for your brand, or they act almost as this spokesperson of the brand. You see a lot of that out there, folks wearing other folks'gear and what have you. That helps show that influencer marketing is a powerful way to reach new audiences and promote your brand on social media. By choosing the right influencers and collaborating on content using and remember to use those micro influencers too. Don't always have to be the big guys. Measure results and build those relationships. You can create a super successful influencer campaign, drive engagement, and promote your brand. Now, we got two more here, right? Again, some of the metrics you want to look at are engagement rates, follower growth and website traffic to determine whether or not these folks are working or not. And then finally build relationships. Man, a relationship is going to build your sales a lot faster than anything else. So build relationships with influencers to create a long term success. Engaging with influencers by liking and commenting on their posts, sharing their content, and then inviting them into events or product launches that you have going on. [Quotes] When choosing influencers, it's really important to consider their audience, their engagement rate, and their alignment with your brands. Looking for influencers that have a genuine connection with their audience and aligned with your brand's value. And messaging is something you really want to look for. Before you say, hey, do you want to partner together with something because you might be getting folks into your following that really just end up being dead weight and end up leaving later on. Collaborate on Content collaborating with influencers on content is a great way to showcase your products and your services and again reach those new audiences. This could include some sponsored posts, some sponsored videos or stories that showcase your brands or products. There you go. And give folks a behind the scene peak. Use that in your content. Behind the scenes content gives your audience kind of this peek behind the curtain into your brand, into your mind, into your world. This is a great way to showcase your personality, your brand's personality, and really connect with your audience on a whole nother level. All right, so what are we talking about? Creating this engaging content again, is essential for building your following, driving your engagement on social media. So by knowing your audience and using visuals, keeping it short and sweet, providing value, using storytelling, and being consistent, you can create content that resonates with your audience that will help you drive that engagement. This includes providing tips, providing advice, giving industry insights, showcasing your customers success stories, showcasing their problems, showcasing some potential solutions, showcasing that, you know what, the pain points that they're having out there. And here's some ways to solve it. Give them the farm. Give it all away for free. Here's the thing. If you give it all away for free, 99.8% of the people are not going to take action.. They're going to need you to step in and help them. It's just facts and tell you what it is. Now, there is a small percentage of folks that will take your advice and integrate it into their life and go, oh, my God, it worked. Thank you so much. Which almost provide you with proof, social proof right there. Use storytelling. Storytelling is a powerful way to connect with your audience and create this emotional content, right? This emotional connection with them. They're like, even if they don't relate directly to the story, I'm leaning into the microphone so you'll hear me better. Talk about Facebook. With their 2.8 billion active monthly users, facebook is one of the most popular social media platforms out there. It's a great platform for businesses that want to build a loyal following and promote their brand more often through targeted ads. Right? Again, they don't have to be very expensive. We can talk Instagram, as I mentioned earlier, very visual platform, popular amongst a younger crowd, and I say younger than me. You can see the gray beard here, right? It's a great platform for businesses that want to showcase their products or services through images and videos. [CHAPTERS] [0:00:00] "Maximizing Social Media for Your Business: Tips and Strategies for Creating Engaging Content and Measuring Results" [0:02:58] "Maximizing Your Social Media Marketing Strategy: Key Points to Consider" [0:07:17] Choosing the Right Social Media Platforms for Your Business: Factors to Consider and Examples [0:11:24] Choosing the Right Social Media Platform and Creating Engaging Content for Business Success [0:13:21] Tips for Creating Content that Resonates with Your Audience: A Conversation with a Professional Writer [0:15:23] Tips for Creating Engaging Content: A Conversation with Joe Graham [0:19:04] Tips for Creating Engaging Content and Leveraging Influencer Marketing on Social Media [0:20:33] Tips for Successful Influencer Marketing and Paid Advertising on Social Media [0:26:10] Steps to Follow for a Successful Paid Advertising Campaign [0:28:16] Tips for Creating and Measuring the Effectiveness of Paid Advertising Campaigns and Engaging with Your Audience [0:29:55] Tips for Engaging with Your Audience on Social Media [0:33:25] Tips for Effective Social Media Marketing and Measuring Results [0:35:27] Tips for Monitoring and Improving the Success of Your Marketing Campaigns [0:36:56] Podcast Episode: Leveraging the Power of Social Media Marketing for Business Growth #digitalmarketing #digitalmarketingagency #digitalmarketingtips #digitalmarketingtraining #digitalmarketingcourse #socialmediamarketing #socialmediamarketingcourse #socialmedia marketingstrategy #howtodosocialmediamarketing #socialmediamarketingforbeginners #socialmedia
This week's episode is with Dr. Ellen Goldstein, an OB-GYN who specializes in fertility! I've been looking forward to having a fertility person on cos I'm fascinated by the subject and Dr Ellen is a real treat. How does age affect fertility in men and women, how big a role does healthy sperm play, and what environmental factors can affect our fertility? What's the ideal age to egg freeze? Does general health affect fertility, eg. Obesity etc? Is it possible to “pick the gender” of your baby (a controversial subject, many talk about). THIS AND SO MUCH MORE ON THIS EPISODE OF THE ZADDY ZONE! Visit seed.com/zaddy and use code ZADDY to get 20% off your first month's supply of Seed's DS-01® Daily Synbiotic You can find her at:IGBeverlyHillsFertilityLinkedin Subscribe or keep tuning in at: IGTik toklukecook.comNewsletterINTRO 2:15All things fertility.A bit about Dr. Ellen Goldstein. Uptick in cases of infertility.Poor Support for women (the culprit)Fertility rates - below 1 per person5:25True decline in fertility from medical standpoint.A third of fertility issues arise from quality of mens sperm.Unexplained infertility is more common.Measuring fertility issues and how to identify them.8:30Forever chemicals.Environmental impacts.Plastics.Cell phones & testicles shall not mixMaybe one Peloton ride a day? 11:40Shortening of the sperm.Sperm Morphology.Egg & Sperm compatibility theory 15:25Nature might actually be telling your body to break up.Marijuana and fertility issues.Conflicting data,Alcohol use and fertility.Shame spiraling. DON'T STRESS ABOUT YOUR STRESS.Moderation and managing. 22:35Obesity and fertility.Increases in estrogen.1 in 8 PCOS.Ways of offsetting and correcting course.See a nutritionist or primary Dr w/questions. 27:00Ideal age to freeze eggs.How long some of your eggs have been with you.The decline in quality after 35.Why you should freeze if you can.How many frozen eggs get used? 32:00Organ and vital health related to fertility.Recommended supplements (men/women) 37:20Can you influence biological gender?One Child Policy.Low sperm count & donor sperm.Improving sperm count/quality. 44:35Consultation - Being her patient.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Creating Confidence with Heather Monahan
Have you been wanting to work with Heather? Her annual elite mastermind is open NOW! She is only accepting 20 participants this year! Click the link below to learn more and apply now if you are ready to go to the next level! https://heathermonahan.com/the-elite-mastermind/ In This Episode You Will Learn About: Tools for strengthening your mental health and emotional intelligence How to live your life with TRUE inner peace Improving your self awareness & decision making skills How to say NO and create real balance in your life Resources: Website: amymorinlcsw.com Read 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do Workbook Join Mental Strength: Mastering The 3 Core Factors Listen to The Verywell Mind Podcast Email: Amy@AmyMorinLCSW.com LinkedIn: @Amy Morin Instagram: @amymorinauthor Facebook: @Amy Morin, LCSW Twitter: @AmyMorinLCSW Overcome Your Villains is Available NOW! Order here: https://overcomeyourvillains.com If you haven't yet, get my first book Confidence Creator Get a free LMNT Sample Pack with any order only when you order through DrinkLMNT.com/CreatingConfidence If you've been sizing NetSuite up to make the switch then you know this deal is unprecedented - no interest, no payments - take advantage of this special financing offer at NetSuite.com/MONAHAN Show Notes: Do you feel like life is constantly throwing challenges your way? In your most difficult moments, it is vital that you rely on your mental strength and keep pushing through! Physiotherapist and best selling author, Amy Morin, is back to help you shift your thinking and overcome the mental hurdles you face EVERYDAY. Tune in and find out how you can make the BEST decisions for yourself! Most importantly we'll discuss the power of saying NO, and when it's truly time to say yes. You can live your life with inner peace no matter what path you choose! About The Guest: Amy Morin is back on the show! Amy is a best selling author and psychotherapist, and knows more than you can imagine on mental strength and conditioning. Today she will be breaking down for us, from her new workbook, the BEST ways to tackle mental toughness. If You Liked This Episode You Might Also Like These Episodes: How To CREATE When You Aren't Feeling Inspired With Jess Ekstrom, The Founder Of Headbands Of Hope The BEST Negotiation Tips Of 2022 With Chris Voss, Alex Carter & Molly Fletcher The Simple Steps That Lead To Extraordinary Wealth, With Candy Valentino, Entrepreneur, Author, & Philanthropist Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
MJT FOOTBALL IS BACK WITH ANOTHER OFF-SEASON CHATTER SHOW, THE FREE AGENCY SIGNINGS HAVE STARTED TO SLOW DOWN BUT STILL A BUNCH OF NEWS. THE DETRIOT LIONS LOOKED TO IMPROVE THEIR SECONDARY, THE DALLAS COWBOYS HAVE A NEW OFFENSIVE WEAPON, THE TEXANS PAID TUNSIL AND ADAM THIELEN WENT FROM PURPLE TO BLUE. COME JOIN THE SHOW AND TALK ABOUT THE NFL OFF-SEASONCHECK US OUT AND FOLLOW MJT FOOTBALL ON YOUTUBE AND TIK TOK. #NFL #FOOTBALL #PANTHERS #TEXANS #COWBOYS #LIONS #SPORTS #SPORTSTALK
In this episode of The Loan Officer Wealth Podcast, we are joined by Matt Gougé from https://umortgage.com/. Matt is a loan originator located in California who is building a team of successful mortgage professionals at UMortgage, and joins us today to talk about how he improves himself, his business, and his team every single day.
The Anxiety Relief Revolution Podcast
When you're stressed out, you often carry that into your relationships. Then you get frustrated with yourself for letting the stress carry over and interfere with your ability to do your job and in your ability to be present with your family. In this episode of The Anxiety Relief Revolution: Biz Chat, I give insight into how to decrease internal friction, which will also decrease the frustration carried over in your personal and professional relationships. Make sure you follow me on the socials! You can find all of my connections here! www.DanCandell.com/followme
Inventory Nation with Nicole Clausen - All Things Inventory Management for Veterinary Professionals
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Penny-wise and pound-foolish. Either of these adages apply perfectly to the topic at hand on this episode of Inventory Nation. Dr. Lauren Forsythe – a controlled substances expert and Pharmacy Service Head at the University of Illinois Veterinary Teaching Hospital – highlights for Host Nicole Clausen how risk mitigation can prevent costly regulatory compliance issues before they start. Their conversation focuses on why it's important to establish dispensary protocols as well as concrete strategies to get the job done at your particular practice. You'll learn about common mistakes and how to get around the reflexively fearful response many of us have when it comes to taking on the management of controlled substances. Ready to fall in love with your inventory? Check out Nicole's new (and totally free) mini-course at this link. And stay tuned for more fun mini-courses and events upcoming this spring! Would you like to learn more about Inventory 911 Toolkit, our step-by-step blueprint to help inventory managers optimize knowledge, strategy and confidence? Click here! You can also join our virtual neighborhood for inventory managers and other veterinary professionals for free by visiting this link. Or follow what we're up to @Instagram.FOLLOW OR CONTACT US: Website | LinkedIn | Facebook | Instagram
Tech Hive: The Tech Leaders Podcast
Gone are the days of employee benefits that leave you feeling uninspired, as this week's guest, Chieu Cao, co-founder of Perkbox and founder of Mintago, joins Gareth to discuss his role in establishing companies that are totally employee-centric. In the episode, Chieu credits his leadership success to the same ethos that drives his companies: being reactive to individualism, and to ‘listen first then make your statement'. The conversation focuses on the global challenges faced when developing a new product, from initially producing the ‘B2B version of Groupon' to finding his niche in the employee benefits sector. Chieu and Gareth move on to an insightful conversation on how providing financial education in schools is paramount in creating the money-savy businesspeople of tomorrow, and how ChatGPT is already a game changer for the future. This week's episode is all about the employee: whether that be a human, or an AI personal assistant, we've got it covered. Timestamps What good leadership means to Chieu (01:5) Becoming a better communicator (03:30) Chieu's backstory (05:10) Walking with the ‘ecommerce giants' (08:15) Building the ‘B2B version of Groupon' (10:50) The beginnings of Perkbox (12:10) Change management and growing pains (16:50) What is Mintago? (22:05) Improving financial education in schools (25:10) Is Chat GPT a game changer? (30:15) How will consumer trends change in Web3? (35:28) Chieu's productivity tips (39:25) Advice to his 21-year-old self (45:15) *Book recommendation- The Almanac of Naval Ravikant: A Guide to Wealth and Happiness by Eric Jorgenson* The Almanack of Naval Ravikant: A Guide to Wealth and Happiness (Audio Download): Eric Jorgenson, Tim Ferriss, Vikas Adam, Author's Republic: Amazon.co.uk: Books
Raising OKC Kids – Conversations with MetroFamily
Lisa Kelley with nonprofit organization Arc of Oklahoma and Rep. Ellyn Hefner with Oklahoma's District 87 share an update on the challenges facing parents who have children with disabilities here in Oklahoma and how the community can help. They discuss their own journeys as mothers seeking support for their children with disabilities, how the state is making progress and their vision for additional resources and support for parent caregivers.
Just the Tip from Your Podcast Performance Coach
If you're a podcaster who's stuck in a rut or you feel like your traction has hit a plateau, this episode is for you. Also, if you're a podcaster who's never been stuck in a rut - this episode is also for you because it's coming. Mwahhaha. Today's tip is all about escaping the podcast plateau. If you're feeling stuck and like your show is going nowhere, it's time to do something different. I've noticed that a lot of podcasters who hit a plateau end up thinking they just need to push harder with their calls to action, sell more on the podcast, and ask for more from their listeners. While it's important to help your listeners take the next step, sometimes this approach can come off as pushy and make your audience feel like they're being sold to rather than served. Recently, we helped a client who was in this exact situation. She was about 40 episodes in, and while she had a ton of great information to share, she had hit a plateau and wasn't seeing any growth. She spent the entire show trying to monetize it by selling directly from each episode, but nothing was happening. Through our work with her, we identified five key things that helped her get back on track: Getting clear on her 'why' and focusing on growing her email list rather than just selling on the show. Niching down further to better position herself within the photography landscape of podcasts. Adding structure to her episodes to make them more consumable and valuable to her listeners. Improving her performance by speaking at a more natural pace and editing in more pauses. Upgrading her mic and improving her sound quality to match her level of expertise. If you're feeling stuck on your podcast plateau, I encourage you to take a step back and look at these five areas. Remember, sometimes it takes a fresh perspective and a professional coach to help you get out of a hole and start seeing results again. If you're interested in learning more about our Podcast Tune-Up Program, head over to PodcastPerformanceCoach.com and take a look. I'd be happy to help you get back on track and reach your podcasting goals! Check out the PODCAST TUNE-UP here: https://members.podcastperformancecoach.com/podcast-tune-up Full Show Notes: https://podcastperformancecoach.com/179-stuck-in-a-podcast-rut-heres-how-one-client-got-out/ Book a FREE-15-MINUTE Podcast Coaching Call https://calendly.com/timwohlberg
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Dr. Will Cole is a leading functional medicine expert who specializes in clinically investigating underlying factors of chronic disease and customizing functional medicine approaches for thyroid issues, autoimmune conditions, hormonal imbalances, digestive disorders and more. He is also the host of The Art of Being Well Podcast and the author of Keto: The Inflammation Spectrum, Intuitive Fasting and most recently, Gut Feelings. We cover a wide range of topics regarding how to support and promote gut health, immunity, and optimal wellness. In this episode, Dr. Will answers explains the gut-brain axis and its connection to the nervous system, unhealed trauma's impact on our physical health, and his approach to healing the whole human being; starting with addressing the physical symptoms that oftentimes have mental and emotional roots. We discuss the value in simplifying your supplement list, embracing bio-individuality, and reevaluating your wellness routine regularly. Dr. Will highlights common toxins and foods to avoid for reducing inflammation in the gut, the benefits and blind spots when using lab tests to help regulate hormones and signal mold in the body, and why inflammation is the root cause of autoimmune diseases. Dr. Will explains why not everyone needs to completely give up gluten, using fasting as a way to reset the microbiome, supplements and herbs that can support a thriving gut and microbiome, and the very real negative effects of non-native EMF and blue light on sleep. Let's take a journey with Dr. Will Cole on episode 464 of the Life Stylist Podcast and don't forget to snag a copy of his new book at lukestory.com/gutfeelings. DISCLAIMER: This podcast is presented for educational and exploratory purposes only. Published content is not intended to be used for diagnosing or treating any illness. Those responsible for this show disclaim responsibility for any possible adverse effects from the use of information presented by Luke or his guests. Please consult with your healthcare provider before using any products referenced. This podcast may contain paid endorsements for products or services. 00:04:58 —Healing the Whole Human Being: Exploring the Mind-Body Connection • Connecting physical & mental health & the intention behind Gut Feelings • Approaching healing from a whole being perspective • Trauma's relation to chronic illness or autoimmune issues • Exploring the psychology behind the healing journey • How what's going on in our gut really impacts our brain function and our mood • Disconnect between research & practical application in the medical community • Simplifying your wellness routine and supplements 00:28:48 — Optimizing Gut Health: The Gut-Brain Axis, Stressors & Supplements • Gut-brain axis & the nervous system explained • The far-reaching implications of poor gut health • The most common causes of poor gut health: the inflammatory core four • Discussing the differences in our genetic bio-Individual tolerance for stressors • The orthorexic spectrum, nocebo effect & how to have food peace • Testing for glyphosate & how to heal it's implications • The negative effects of oxalates on gut health • The evolution of the human immune system • Recommendations for using bitters, digestive enzymes, probiotics, and other supplements 01:08:40 — Exploring the Root Cause of Autoimmune Diseases • Diving into Crohn's and autoimmune diseases • The benefits of and blind spots in running lab tests • Supportive herbs for gut health • Causes of histamine intolerance • Areas of the country that are more susceptible to mold 01:28:04 — Fasting, Intuitive Eating & Environmental Disruptors • How fasting can support the microbiome • Discerning intuitive eating and anti diet culture • How stress is impacting our wellbeing • Improving thyroid function & advice for trying hormone replacement therapy • The importance of retinol and copper • Dr. WIll's perspective on EMF & blue light • Support for sound sleep & our circadian rhythm More about this episode. 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In this episode, Cassidy Lynne (@cassidylynne) and Danielle Johnson (@defycreativeco) dive into ways you can improve your SEO and optimize your website to rank on Google searches using blogging strategies. ---------------- Sponsors: UNSCRIPTED POSING APP, use code CASSIDY20: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/unscripted-photography-poses/id1438843099 ---------------- WATCH THESE EPISODES ON YOUTUBE! https://www.youtube.com/CassidyLynne ---------------- Thanks so much Danielle for coming on today's episode! You can follow Danielle here: https://www.instagram.com/defycreativeco/ ---------------- Want more free education? Check out my website for photography freebies, presets, & courses! https://cassidylynneeducation.com ---------------- Are you apart of our photography Facebook community group? Go to http://facebook.com/groups/cassidylynne/ and join the discussions of thousands of other photographers. ---------------- Where you can find me: Follow me on Instagram!! Follow me on Tik Tok! ---------------- Music by @mattngesa
The BluePrint with Dr. Erik Korem
Alan Aragon's knowledge as a nutrition researcher and educator has helped athletes all around the world with different diets including carb cycling or non-linear dieting. This involves planned increases and decreases in carbohydrate intake throughout the week in order to lose weight and gain muscle. Alan explains his thoughts on proper maintenance and if this is beneficial along with his simple and effective carb cycling formula. Purchase Flexible Dieting: A Science-Based, Reality-Tested Method for Achieving and Maintaining Your Optimal Physique, Performance & Health Follow Alan on Instagram Alan's peer-reviewed publications Episode 2 Quotable moments: 13:07 “What happens with these non-linear models is it seems to bolster the adherence of the subjects of the dieters. And the reason why it does that is because it gives them phases of relief or reprieve from the restrictive process of dieting.” 13:54 “So there's different models of carb cycling that can be employed, and I actually worked out a formula of how that can be implemented for whatever carb intake that you choose.” 18:02 ”You can economize on your caloric intake by going lower on carbs on the days that you have the least training demands or no training demands at all.” ABOUT THE BLUEPRINT PODCAST: The BluePrint Podcast is for busy professionals and Household CEOs who care deeply about their families, career, and health. Host Dr. Erik Korem distills cutting edge-science, leadership, and life skills into simple tactics optimized for your busy lifestyle and goals. Dr. Korem interviews scientists, coaches, elite athletes, entrepreneurs, entertainers, and exceptional people to discuss science and practical skills you can implement to become the most healthy, resilient, and impactful version of yourself. On a mission to equip people to pursue audacious goals, thrive in uncertainty, and live a healthy and fulfilled life, Dr. Erik Korem is a High Performance pioneer. He introduced sports science and athlete tracking technologies to collegiate and professional (NFL) football over a decade ago. He has worked with the National Football League, Power-5 NCAA programs, gold-medal Olympians, Nike, and the United States Department of Defense. Erik is an expert in sleep and stress resilience. He is the Founder and CEO of AIM7, a health and fitness app that unlocks the power of wearables by providing you with daily personalized recommendations to enhance your mind, body, and recovery. SUPPORT & CONNECT Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/erikkorem/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/ErikKorem LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/erik-korem-phd-19991734/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/erikkorem Website - https://www.erikkorem.com/ Newsletter - https://erikkoremhpcoach.activehosted.com/f/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
LifeBlood: We talked about improving the workplace experience through technology, how to make your office a destination so people actually want to be there, how to foster adoption of technology, and what the future of work could be, with Tony DiBenedetto, CEO of Appspace. Listen to learn how to support your employees' productivity at home, at the office, and in the in-between places like their favorite coffee shop! You can learn more about Tony at AppSpace.com, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn. Thanks, as always for listening! If you got some value and enjoyed the show, please leave us a review here: https://ratethispodcast.com/lifebloodpodcast You can learn more about us at LifeBlood.Live, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, YouTube and Facebook or you'd like to be a guest on the show, contact us at contact@LifeBlood.Live. Stay up to date by getting our monthly updates. Want to say “Thanks!” You can buy us a cup of coffee. https://www.buymeacoffee.com/lifeblood
CoinMarketRecap: Weekly Crypto News
On today's CoinMarketRecap with Connor Sephton, Bitcoin shows strength as the banking crisis continues. Coinbase reveals international ambitions as it pivots away from the U.S. Plus — we'll tell you why things look like they're improving at FTX. Thousands lose money in what may be one of the biggest crypto scandals of all time. And yet another DeFi exploit is linked to North Korean hackers. You can follow us on Twitter — @ConnorSephton and @CoinMarketCap.
The Morning Upgrade Podcast with Ryan Cote
In this episode of the Morning Upgrade podcast I talk with Bobbi Kahler about her morning routine, the first 5 minutes when waking up, people over results, improving your conversation skills and more.
Today we explore the future of recruitment and the role of AI in creating a more equitable and efficient job market. In this episode, we are joined by Malcolm Burenstam Linder, the CEO of Alva Labs, a company that is dedicated to using technology to revolutionize the recruitment process. We start by discussing the traditional recruitment methods that are known to promote bias and how technology can help replace them. Malcolm shares his insights on the importance of maintaining a long-term hiring strategy, particularly in a changing market, and how technology can create a more candidate-centric approach to recruitment. We also delve into the role of AI in recruitment and how it can assist in making the process more accurate, diverse, and efficient. Malcolm shares how companies that base their hiring decisions on data rather than personal opinions can recruit with better accuracy and higher diversity while reducing employee churn and improving performance. Join us as we explore the future of recruitment and how technology can help create a more equitable and efficient job market that benefits both organizations and job candidates alike. Sponsored VPN Offer https://www.piavpn.com/techtalksdaily
Pencil Leadership with Chris Anderson
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Locked On Grizzlies - Daily Podcast On The Memphis Grizzlies
The Memphis Grizzlies surprisingly have reasons to be optimistic entering a busy weekend of games. Ja Morant will be back soon. Memphis is entering an easier stretch of games, starting tonight against the San Antonio Spurs. And on this Saint Patrick's Day, any reason to believe in better fortunes suits the Grizzlies just fine. Hosts Damichael Cole and Joe Mullinax discuss all that, plus the surprising rise of David Roddy and another date with the Golden State Warriors, on this episode of Locked On Grizzlies! This episode is brought to you by FanDuel Sportsbook, Official Sportsbook of Locked On. Make Every Moment More. Visit Fanduel.com/LockedOn today to get started Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
This week on The Week Junior, Flora busts an ancient sea monster myth by telling us all about a whale feeding technique, and we also hear about what's being done to improve sporting opportunities for girls. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's episode, the focus is all about improving your attitude. Improving your attitude. Because sometimes, some of us, me included, we have a stinky attitude, right? A piss poor attitude, one that's just bringing down the energy, right? It's lowering the vibration because our attitude stinks. We're not happy. We see the bad in everyone and everything. We're just in a in a foul mood or grumpy or sad. I get it now, I do want to say and be totally upfront, that feeling, those emotions, happiness, sad, frustration, anger, all of that, that's okay.
Do you feel that you are not getting enough sleep? Or do you still feel tired after waking up from sleep? I have Matt Gallant with me today to talk about his sleep journey, improving the quality of your sleep, sleep hacks, and other things that can help you sleep better and feel energized when you wake up. Matt Gallant is the CEO and Co-Founder of BiOptimizers and has a bachelor's degree in Kinesiology. He's been a strength and conditioning coach for multiple pro athletes, a self-defense instructor, and has over 15 years of experience formulating supplements. He's also a serial entrepreneur that's built over 13 profitable companies. We talk about: 00:30 - Shifting to two episodes per week this April 02:30 - My Biohack Your Cycle Guide 11:20 - Matt's personal sleep journey 13:00 - Your mattress choice and the way you sleep 16:00 - Sleeping on your back vs. sleeping on your side 18:00 - Other sleep hacks from Matt 24:30 - The climate and your circadian rhythm 28:00 - Using white noise machines and earplugs 30:00 - Improving your kid's sleep quality 33:00 - Optimizing your sleep when your sleep is being disrupted 36:00 - Bioptimizer's new sleep supplement and melatonin precursors 39:00 - Potassium for sleep 46:00 - Too high potassium levels 50:30 - Heat therapy and its benefits 52:30 - Why Matt moved to Panama from Canada Resources: BiOptimizers supplements Let's Connect: Instagram Facebook Subscribe to my newsletter Shop my favorite health products Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts Sponsors: Get any BiOptimizers products (including their magnesium, sleep breakthrough powder and Nootopia products) from Bioptimizers and use the discount code BIOHACKINGBRITTANY for 10% off! Visit spermidineLIFE and enter code BIOHACKINGBRITTANY to get a discount on all of their products.
In this special episode, our returning guest is Gary Zimmerman, founder of MaxMyInterest, a cash management platform that helps you maximize the return on your cash. Given the recent events with Silicon Valley Bank, we had to have Gary back on the show. In today's episode, Gary shares what exactly has happened with the Silicon Valley Bank situation. Then he shares the risks people are exposed to with cash balances, why MaxMyInterest helps investors earn alpha and avoid what happened with SVB, and how his clients are earning over 5% on their cash balances today. Click here to register today with a special deal for listeners of The Meb Faber Show. ----- Follow Meb on Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube For detailed show notes, click here To learn more about our funds and follow us, subscribe to our mailing list or visit us at cambriainvestments.com ----- Today's episode is sponsored by YCharts. YCharts enables financial advisors to make smarter investment decisions and better communicate with clients. YCharts offers a suite of intuitive tools, including numerous visualizations, comprehensive security screeners, portfolio construction, communication outputs, and market monitoring. Visit YCharts to start your free trial and be sure to mention "Meb" for 20% off your subscription. (New clients only). Today's episode is sponsored by The Idea Farm. The Idea Farm gives you access to over $100,000 worth of investing research, the kind usually read by only the world's largest institutions, funds, and money managers. Subscribe for free here. ----- Interested in sponsoring the show? Email us at Feedback@TheMebFaberShow.com ----- Past guests include Ed Thorp, Richard Thaler, Jeremy Grantham, Joel Greenblatt, Campbell Harvey, Ivy Zelman, Kathryn Kaminski, Jason Calacanis, Whitney Baker, Aswath Damodaran, Howard Marks, Tom Barton, and many more. ----- Meb's invested in some awesome startups that have passed along discounts to our listeners. Check them out here!
This week, we're bringing back a classic episode that originally aired in November of 2020, featuring Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum, "the Godfather of Orthopedics". Remember the early 90's orthopedic website, www.bonehome.com? Did you know Dr. Kirschenbaum coded and built the website? Outside of his nickname as The Godfather of Orthopedics, Dr. Sigman has also dubbed him the "Creator of Orthopedics on the Internet." It's an information packed episode on: -BronxCare's mission of high quality and cost reduction of medical care -Partnership in Swiftpath.com: Episode of care management company with digital patient engagement tools. Improving outcomes for patients with an opioid sparing approach, reducing complications, digital PT and monitoring of the patient post-joint replacement -Mykneeyourknee.com: Chronicling knee replacement surgery on a knee replacement surgeon -Journal Orthopedic Experience and Innovation (JOEI): How this journal is different with no submission fees and no subscriptions needed. 30,000 page and article views in just 6 months Find out more about Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum here.
Today we're looking at food waste and loss on an international scale. Did you know that over 1/3 of the world's food is lost or wasted? In low- and middle-income countries, over 40% of food loss occurs before a crop even makes it to the market. This food loss undermines efforts to end hunger and malnutrition. Wasted food contributes 8 to 10% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Addressing this challenge is critical to global food security, nutrition, and climate change mitigation. Interview Summary Norbert: Ahmed, let's begin with a question for you. Can you tell our listeners why USAID has decided to prioritize addressing food loss and waste? Ahmed: Thank you, Norbert. Food loss and waste is increasingly a part of our global agenda, whether we are talking about food security and nutrition, economic growth, or climate change. As you mentioned, 30 to 40% of food produced is either lost or wasted throughout the farm to consumer supply chain. Many of USAID partner countries lose up to 35% of their food annually at multiple points. In the field due to spoilage and damage, while being transported or stored, and when it goes unused by consumers. Nutrient-dense foods, such as fruits, vegetables, dairy, and meat are highly perishable and often lost due to bruising or spoilage, thus decreasing nutrient-rich foods in the market. These losses equate to one out of every four calories intended for human consumption, enough to feed 2 billion people. According to the World Resource Institute, just a 25% reduction in food loss and waste across the world would decrease the food calorie gap by 12%. On the climate mitigation side, emission from food loss and waste create nearly 8 to 10% of all greenhouse gas emission. If food loss and waste was a country, it would be the third largest emitter. The global food crisis requires us to think about accelerated pace of change, and in many ways food loss and waste is a low-hanging fruit. The investment in time and energy to grow it are already made. Now we are maximizing its benefit. There really is a huge opportunity. Food loss and waste is a triple win. It will improve nutrition and food security. It will improve income for small order farmers, but also for others all along the supply chain, so it can be a force multiplier for job creation. It is a great entry point for our agenda for improving opportunity for women and youth, so it has an equity component, and it is important for addressing climate crisis. Brenna: Nika, turning to you. I understand that part of your role at USAID is to produce a podcast called "Kitchen Sink Food Loss and Waste." What was the rationale and objective of creating the podcast, and what are your plans for the future? Nika: The monthly USAID "Kitchen Sink Food Loss and Waste" podcast was an idea born from the USAID community of practice to increase awareness and promote knowledge sharing among USAID staff, implementing partners, and development professionals. The podcast began with a 101 episode, explaining what food loss and waste is, why we should care, and how we can reduce it. We have episodes featuring experts speaking on technical topics ranging from the role of the private sector and youth in reducing food loss and waste, to solutions that include post-harvest handling innovations and cold chain. In a special December 2022 episode with USAID's Dina Esposito, Bureau for Resilience and Food Security, together with Senior Climate Advisor Ann Vaughan, the episode explores USAID's prioritization of food loss and waste, and the triple win opportunities inherent in food loss and waste programming, that engages women and youth while emphasizing nutrition. We are now available wherever you listen to podcasts. Each episode has an audio-only format, as well as a video recording that can be found on YouTube. We hope to reach a wider audience, including organizations, private sector members, and individuals interested in reducing their own food loss and waste. We have some exciting upcoming episodes with different formats, including a food loss and waste storytelling episode with a dramatic reenactment similar to "This American Life," and case studies for missions. Ultimately, it is our goal to increase the frequency of episodes to two per month, and to continue to feature high-level speakers and technical experts, including our inter-agency colleagues. The podcast has proven to be a great way to connect internally and externally, and has sparked excitement and interesting conversations. I love receiving emails from individuals I haven't previously interacted with because of their interest in the podcast. And we're always open to suggestions for topics and speakers, so I encourage anyone listening to reach out. The podcast is a new medium for us, and one that has not only been successful in raising awareness, but has also been quite fun to work on. Brenna: Norbert and I have been doing this for a little bit, and it is really fun to talk to other people about food loss and waste, and thanks so much for sharing what you all are doing. It seems really fun to listen to a dramatic reading about food waste, so I'll have to watch for that in the future. Ahmed, turning to you now. Could you talk about what USAID is doing internationally to address food loss and waste and incorporate climate and methane mitigation? Ahmed: Thank you for this question and I'm glad you asked it. At the UN Food System Summit last year USAID announced its commitment to address food loss and waste, including investing $60 million over five years in new research contributing to critical evidence-driven solutions to reduce food loss and waste. This includes support for Feed the Future, the US Government Global Hunger and Food Security Initiative led by USAID. The Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Post-Harvest Loss Reduction is working in with collaboration in Ghana to locally produce technologies that will thoroughly dry and safely store grains for future use. Technologies like this are critical as more than 750,000 metric tons of maize are lost each year to rot and disease across the country contribute to over half million metric tons of greenhouse gases. The Women Poultry Association has adopted these technologies to help them overcome those harvest challenges. With the proper drying and the storage of maize enabled by these technologies, farmers and association member, Josephine Evans, has been able to increase her flock of birds from 1000 to 50,000 over five years. Successes like these have helped farmers endure a historic climate change related maize shortage and continue providing animal source food to maintain food and nutrition security. Additionally, the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Processing and Post-Harvest Handling has been doing some exciting work with youth in Kenya, linking youth groups with agro-dealers to incentivize youth to sell food loss and waste reducing imports such as hermetic bags and moisture meters to smallholder farmers who were underserved by existing input supply chains. The Innovation Lab and their Kenya partners worked with over 300 youth and did a randomized control study to look at what was most successful. Youth were given a small amount of imports, for example, bags to sell to farmers. Youth with existing assets like motorcycles or small businesses made net profit of $75 a month, while youth with less assets only made $10 more a month and were less successful in sale. Figuring out how to make sure we can help uplift youth at all income levels will be important. These examples highlight how food loss and waste initiatives can be beneficial for growing the income of women and youth along with improving nutrition. Additionally, we also invested supplemental funds provided by the US Congress in response to the global food security crisis. Part of these supplemental funds were used to fund food loss and waste partnership facility. It's currently open for application by small and medium enterprises in Bangladesh, Kenya, Nepal, Nigeria, Niger and Tanzania. These countries have been hard hit by Russian invasion of Ukraine and have high-level food loss and waste. So this targeted and timely investment can make real difference. Through the market system partnership, food loss and waste partnership facility, businesses can apply for matching grants that will increase the uptake and scaling of technologies and management practices that reduce food loss and waste with any emphasis in nutrition. As USAID continues to invest in food loss and waste effort, we'll continue to link our work to other sectors. Food loss and waste is not just a climate adaptation initiative but also an important knock in effect for a climate mitigation, especially as reducing food loss and waste reduces methane emission. I think this is one of the most exciting co-benefit that also gets the broader community and world excited about reducing food loss and waste. Methane is emitted when food brought in the field and transport at market which happens there is not proper storage and of course when food is wasted and thrown out by consumers or wholesalers. According to the IPCC, methane accounts for 30 to 50% global warming. The United Nation Environmental Unit estimates that food loss and waste is associated with methane emission near 50 metric ton per year. Additional measures like a shift to renewable energy and reduction of food loss and waste can reduce methane emission by 15% by 2030. So if we can cut methane emission, as called for by the Global Methane Pledge, by at least 30% from 2020 levels by 2030 which could eliminate over 0.2 degrees warming by 2050 and really buy us more time to deal with other gases that are contributing to climate crisis and making the world a more dangerous place. Brenna: Thanks so much for sharing those opportunities with us, Ahmed and all the progress that's already being made in this space. Norbert: Nika, let's turn back to you. What is USAID doing to keep food loss and waste as a development agenda priority? Nika: Thanks, Norbert. Happy to share how USAID is ensuring that food loss and waste remains a priority. We recently launched a food loss and waste community of practice, which brings together our Feed the Future Innovation Lab research partners, private sector businesses, the World Bank and Foundations, along with USAID staff in DC and in our missions to exchange ideas, identify priority focus areas and advance new partnerships. We also have six food loss and waste, "upstander missions." So named because they will no longer be bystanders to food loss and waste, but are ready to take action to advance this agenda within their food security portfolios. At last year's COP27 climate conference there was not only an agriculture theme day, there were also six pavilions on food and an important emphasis on food systems featuring several food loss and waste panels. COP28 will include even more focus on food systems, which will create exciting momentum for food loss and waste. We would love to see food loss and waste as a standalone session or initiative at COP 28. The US government has joined The Food is Never Waste Coalition, working with Champions 12.3 to halve food waste by 2030 and to reduce food losses by at least 25% with a goal of creating more sustainable and resilient food systems. USAID engages with our inter-agency colleagues including USDA, EPA, and FDA to promote strategic engagement on food loss and waste issues. We have several exciting international food loss and waste workshops in the planning phase for this year. Of course, we are trying to amplify our messages and promote knowledge management, including through the USAID Kitchen Sink Podcast and by hosting food loss and waste theme months on the Agrilinks website to share learnings and success stories. Country specific data can really help move the needle forward. We're excited to be working with IFPRI, who has done a deep dive on the economic impacts of reducing food loss and waste. While there are some caveats to the research, cutting food loss and waste in half in Nigeria, for example, could increase GDP by one to 2%, while decreasing poverty and hunger by 4.4%. That's huge and that will get the attention of finance ministers and other policymakers who are essential to making changes. Norbert: Wow! Thank you for that response and I'm so impressed by the systemic view that you all are taking both in terms of looking across the food supply chain and how your agency works with other agencies across the federal government and also other international organizations. That's really wonderful work. I would like to learn a little more about the link between food loss and waste and the food safety agenda. Nika: I'm glad you brought up the food systems approach because that is definitely an emphasis at the agency and food safety is of course, part of that. I joined the agency as an AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellow in the food safety division. So, the linkages between food loss and waste and food safety are near and dear to me and as we say in the food safety division safe food is saved food. In a world where as many as 830 million go to bed hungry every night and 420,000 die from unsafe food every year, we cannot afford to lose food due to poor post-harvest management and contamination. Moreover, nutrient dense foods, such as fruits, vegetables, dairy and meat are often highly perishable and lost due to bruising or spoilage, thus decreasing the availability of nutrient-rich foods on the market. Just a 25% reduction in food loss and waste across the world would decrease the food calorie gap by 12%. Improving cold chain logistics, storage facilities and food processing technologies can improve food safety and reduce food loss, improving agricultural led economic growth. Technologies to reduce food waste can also help improve food safety and shelf life. For example, practices or technologies that improve post-harvest handling and processing, transportation and cold chain can improve food safety and reduce food loss and waste due to spoilage. Food that is lost or unsafe cannot be sold. Leading to losses in revenue and impacts on food security and nutrition due to decreases in the amount of food available. Improving food safety systems improves food loss and waste efforts directly and indirectly while increasing access to nutritious food. Bios Nika Larian is a Food Loss and Waste Advisor in the Center for Nutrition within the US Agency for International Development (USAID) Bureau of Resilience and Food Security. Dr. Larian is passionate about the intersection of nutrition, food safety, and climate sustainability. Nika is the producer of the USAID Kitchen Sink Food Loss and Waste Podcast and Co-Chair of the Global Nutrition Coordination Plan (GNCP) Food Safety Technical Working Group. Previously, she was an American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Science and Technology Policy Fellow at USAID, working as a Food Systems Advisor. Nika received her Ph.D. in Nutritional Sciences at the University of Kentucky in 2019. Her doctoral research explored the effects of environment pollutants on human health, namely diabetes and obesity. Working at USAID, she has provided technical assistance and policy guidance on US Government nutrition strategies and engaged with colleagues across the interagency. Ahmed Kablan is a Senior Science Advisor, Center for Nutrition/Food Safety Division/Bureau for Resilience and Food Security/USAID. Dr. Kablan manages several research programs in the area of Nutritious and Safe Foods that includes the Food Safety Innovation Lab, Post-harvest Loss Reduction Innovation lab. Dr. Kablan leads the Nutrition Center's efforts on Food loss and waste, food safety and nutrition research; member of the Interagency Risk Assessment Committee (IRAC), member of the Interagency Committee on Human Nutrition Research (ICHNR), member of the external advisory boards for the Partnership for Aflatoxin in Africa (PACA), the Food Systems for Nutrition Innovation lab, The Golden Rice & the Food Safety Innovation Lab. Dr. Kablan is a co-lead of the USAID Food Loss and Waste (FLW) community of practices, representing USAID on the UNFSS Food is never a waste Coalition and member of the interagency food loss and waste working group. Dr. Kablan leads the center for nutrition efforts on climate change and food systems and is a member of the USAID climate change technical working group and the USG Climate Change, Food Systems, Nutrition Security, and the Interagency Climate Change and Human Health Group (CCHHG) under the U.S. Global Change Research Program. Dr. Kablan has wide technical expertise in nutrition, food Safety, nutrition-related non-communicable diseases, double burden of malnutrition, metabolic syndrome, food safety & public health.
It's no surprise that one of the top findings from our “Priorities of Business Leaders” survey was that attracting and retaining talent was one of top challenges for companies. Listen in as CEO of Bredin, Stu Richards, talks about the findings from their research, including how business leaders are boosting retention, the importance of providing a work-life balance, developing your workforce, and much more. Topics include: 00:00 – Welcome, Stu Richards 00:56 – An introduction to attracting and retaining talent 01:54 – Boosting retention with employees 03:06 – Encouraging a work-life balance 04:36 – Rewarding and recognizing teamwork 05:08 – Offering flexible work options 06:11 – Improving employee engagement 07:23 – Offering training to develop new skills 09:22 – Surveying employees about job satisfaction 11:22 – Help your employees feel heard 12:35 –Takeaways from the Priorities of Business Leaders survey 16:14 – Episode wrap up Learn more about attracting, retaining, and developing talent at www.paychex.com/articles/human-resources/what-is-employee-lifecycle. Find out how to set your company apart with top talent at /www.paychex.com/worx/webinar/attracting-and-retaining-talent-ways-to-help-your-business. Read the full report about the 2023 priorities for business leaders at https://pages.paychex.com/priorities-report.html. DISCLAIMER: The information presented in this podcast, and that is further provided by the presenter, should not be considered legal or accounting advice, and should not substitute for legal, accounting, or other professional advice in which the facts and circumstances may warrant. We encourage you to consult legal counsel as it pertains to your own unique situation(s) and/or with any specific legal questions you may have.
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Run to the Top Podcast | The Ultimate Guide to Running
Are you getting high-quality sleep on a nightly basis? If you're one of the 67% of Americans that report frequent sleep issues, perhaps, you're not but you're looking for answers. In this episode of the Run To The Top Podcast, sleep expert Matt Gallant from BOptimizers joins the show to discuss: lifestyle and environmental factors that prevent a good night's sleep daily protocols you can adopt to course correct and sleep better research around why improving sleep quality is the most important biological optimizer how runners specifically benefit from improved sleep quality tracking sleep cycles and why all sleep isn't created equal If you're curious about the state of sleep research and the simple, actionable steps you can take to dramatically improve your sleep quality (as well as the quality of your training and recovery), tune into this episode! Connect, Comment, Community Follow RunnersConnect on Instagram Join the Elite Treatment where you get first dibs on everything RTTT each month! Runners Connect Winner's Circle Facebook Community RunnersConnect Facebook page GET EXPERT COACHING AT RUNNERSCONNECT! This week's show brought to you by: TIMELINE Improving your mitochondria is one of the easiest ways to upgrade your performance and make your body work better. Time-line Nutrition's Mitopure is backed by over a decade of research and is clinically proven to revitalize mitochondria. Mitopure restores mitochondrial function, so every cell in your body has the energy to do its job and keep you healthy and functioning right. In fact, clinical studies have shown that 500mg of Urolithin, one of the main ingredients in Mitopure, can significantly increase muscle strength & endurance with no other change in lifestyle. Improving your mitochondria is one of the best things you can do for your health and with Mitopure from time-line nutrition, it has never been easier. Go to timelinenutrition.com and use promo code RUNNERSCONNECT for 10% off the plan of your choice. BiOptimzers Stress is a common factor that affects everyone in today's fast-paced world, leading to various health issues, including heart problems, inflammation, obesity, and mental illness. While most people focus on finding relief through meditation or trips to the spa, what if the root cause of stress is actually a deficiency in a key nutrient? Introducing Magnesium Breakthrough, the ultimate magnesium supplement that offers the full spectrum of all seven types of magnesium, specially formulated to reach every tissue in your body for maximum health benefits. This one-of-a-kind product is designed to reverse low levels of magnesium, which could be causing a multitude of health problems. But what sets Magnesium Breakthrough apart is its ability to impact the release of stress hormones, like cortisol, and block the activity of more stimulating neurotransmitters, leading to a more peaceful and resting state. This means that this supplement acts like a brake on your body's nervous system, helping to calm and soothe, promoting a better quality of life. If you're interested to see just how much Magnesium can help, simply go to magbreakthrough.com/runtothetop and use the code Run10. And for a limited time if you buy 3 bottles you can get exciting Gifts with Purchases like Blue light-blocking glasses and more! AG1 Ask yourself - do you get enough green veggies each day? I'll admit, I don't. It's tough to fit all of those greens in with an active and busy lifestyle. But getting in your fruits + veggies is SO crucial as a distance runner for recovery, digestion, and optimal performance. That's where Athletic Greens is a gamechanger. One scoop has 75 bioavailable vitamins, minerals, and whole food-sourced ingredients including a multivitamin, multimineral, probiotic, green superfood blend, and more. That means fewer stomach issues, more focus and energy throughout the day (because the workday matters just as much as the morning run), and overall ... just feeling healthier. Look, if you're struggling to get those fruits + veggies in - or if you keep buying them but they always go bad in the fridge - Athletic Greens will make getting those micronutrients simple and delicious. Get 5 BONUS travel packs and a year's supply of Vitamin D when you order at athleticgreens.com/rttt. Get yours now!
The His & Her Money Show: Managing Money, Marriage, and Everything In Between
If you have ever been married, you know that marriage is beautiful, but it is also one of the most challenging things you will ever do. It takes work and effort from both parties to make a marriage work. Marriage can be an adventure, but it can also be a hard road. You have to be willing to put in the time and effort if you want it to work out. Levi and Jennie explain how we can make our marriages better. They share the story behind the book: The Marriage Devotional, the importance of unity and humility in our marriages, and the tips to close the gap you have with your spouse. They also talk about the benefits of having Jesus at the center of your marriage and the power of surrounding yourself with other solid couples. Tune in to learn more! What You Will Learn The story behind the book: The Marriage Devotional The importance of unity and humility in your marriage Tips to close the gap that you have with your spouse Ways to find quality time in your marriage despite the busy schedule Tackling tough and critical conversions in your marriage Improving communication in your marriage Having Jesus at the center of your marriage The power of surrounding yourself with other solid couples Daily routines you should infuse into your marriage Episode Resources: Crush My Mortgage Debt Freedom Blueprint The Book: The Marriage Devotional Connect with Levi and Jennie Lusko: YouTube: Levi and Jennie Lusko - YouTube Fresh Life Church: Fresh Life Church - YouTube
Today we are talking about corporate stress. Stress management consultant Sarah Alyssa Bobo talks us through how she works with companies to create the best possible environment for their employees. What does an effective benefits package look like? How does todays work from home vs. office culture create challenges and benefits to each of us? […]
The Agile World with Greg Kihlstrom
Today we're going to talk about improving the customer experience with remote video support. To help me discuss this topic, I'd like to welcome Rama Sreenivasan, CEO and Co-Founder at Blitzz. RESOURCES Blitzz website: https://www.blitzz.co The Agile Brand podcast website: https://www.gregkihlstrom.com/theagilebrandpodcast Sign up for The Agile Brand newsletter here: https://www.gregkihlstrom.com Get the latest news and updates on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-agile-brand/ For consulting on marketing technology, customer experience, and more visit GK5A: https://www.gk5a.com The Agile Brand podcast is brought to you by TEKsystems.Learn more here: https://www.teksystems.com/versionnextnow The Agile Brand is produced by Missing Link—a Latina-owned strategy-driven, creatively fueled production co-op. From ideation to creation, they craft human connections through intelligent, engaging and informative content. https://www.missinglink.company If you are struggling with projects, sign up for Basecamp. Their pricing is simple and they give you ALL their features in a single plan. No upsells. No upgrades. Go to basecamp.com/agile and try Basecamp for free. No credit card required and cancel anytime. Thank you, Basecamp for sponsoring this episode!
Welcome to Round 2 of the “Know Better, Do Better” series born from the countless conversations two CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professionals, Lauryn Williams and Chloé Moore, have about the trendy narratives and clickbaity articles that make it hard for them to help their clients. They will take you behind the numbers with real-life examples of financial situations to help you gain confidence and clarity to control your financial destiny. The way you think about money can be a major obstacle to hitting your financial goals. So Chloé and Lauryn are talking about money mindset. They're going to share what you can do to clean up your money mindset, hit the refresh button, and give yourself a mindset of abundance so you can build wealth. In this episode, Lauryn and Chloé talk about: How to self-assess your money mindset The impact past money messages have on your current money mindset How your financial wins and losses from last year impact you today What is getting in your way of reaching your money goals Different approaches to your spending decisions How the people around you impact your money mindset How your finances affect your physical and mental health Creating your definition of financial security How continuously wanting more prevents you from long-term progress The three Kinder questions that can give you a different perspective on your finances and life If you want to further connect with Lauryn Williams at Worth Winning, follow us on social media: Instagram: @worthwinning Twitter: @worth_winning Facebook: @worthwinningfp LinkedIn: @lauryn-williams If you want to connect further with Chloé Moore: Instagram: @financialstaples Twitter: @finstaples Facebook: @finstaples LinkedIn: @chloemoore Shared quote: “The greatest discovery of all time is that a person can change his future by merely changing his attitude.” -Oprah Winfrey RESOURCES MENTIONED: Episode #126: Achieving Mental Wealth with Guest Rich Jones Episode #127: Wealth and Wellness with Money Mindset Coach Jacent Wamala Episode #145: How Anxiety, Self-Esteem, and Stress Impact Your Finances, with Aja Evans Episode #110: Buildling Wealth & Financial Behavior with Dr. Sara Fallaw Episode #156: Saving for Retirement The friendship wealth gap How Your Childhood Friends Can Influence Your Rise to Wealth Explore attending a Welcome to Wealth financial retreat with Lauryn Williams in 2023. Medellin, Colombia July 2023 Bali, Indonesia August 2023
The Morning Show w/ John and Hugh
John Fricke and John Chuckery discuss the additions the Falcons made and if they are improving where they need to be. They also chat about the top stories coming from the first day of legal tampering with NFL Author Jason Cole.
Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class
In aesthetic medicine, photography is central to the consultation, treatment planning, execution of the treatment, and the assessment of the results. Photography expert Doug Canfield, founder of Canfield Scientific, returns to the podcast to talk with Dr. Bass about the latest advances in clinical photography including how artificial intelligence is aiding imaging and diagnosis. Without photographic documentation, plastic surgeons aren't able to prove their abilities to prospective patients, current patients aren't able to have confidence in the procedure they had, and prospective patients aren't able to use past patient results as examples of their goals. Real advancements in imaging software allow practices to take consistent, high quality before and after pictures and today, there are both 2D and 3D simulations which realistically show patients what is possible and appropriate. When you use these technologies to show patients how their appearance can change with various interventions, plastic surgeons and patients can both walk into surgery with the exact same mental picture of the end result. About Doug Canfield Doug Canfield is the president of New Jersey based company Canfield Scientific, which provides imaging systems, services, and products for the healthcare industry, with an emphasis on aesthetics and dermatology. Learn more about Canfield Scientific About Dr. Lawrence Bass Innovator. Industry veteran. In-demand Park Avenue board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Lawrence Bass is a true master of his craft, not only in the OR but as an industry pioneer in the development and evaluation of new aesthetic technologies. With locations in both Manhattan (on Park Avenue between 62nd and 63rd Streets) and in Great Neck, Long Island, Dr. Bass has earned his reputation as the plastic surgeon for the most discerning patients in NYC and beyond. To learn more, visit the Bass Plastic Surgery website or follow the team on Instagram @drbassnyc Subscribe to the Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class newsletter to be notified of new episodes & receive exclusive invitations, offers, and information from Dr. Bass.
Michael Ackerman is currently the director of the Master in Healthcare Innovation Program and Professor of Clinical Nursing and the director of the Center for Healthcare Innovation and Leadership at the Ohio State University College of Nursing. He also maintains a clinical practice as an acute care nurse practitioner at St. Joseph's Neighborhood Hospital in Rochester, New York. Today, we talk about nursing, healthcare innovation, and opportunities for designers in the healthcare industry. Listen to learn about: The role of nurses in nursing/healthcare innovation The unique challenges of innovation in healthcare Improving the healthcare innovation cycle OSU's Center for Healthcare Innovation and Leadership Our Guest Michael Ackerman is currently the Director of the Master in Healthcare Innovation Program and Professor of Clinical Nursing, and the Director of the Center for Healthcare Innovation and Leadership at the Ohio State University College of Nursing. He also maintains a clinical practice as an acute care nurse practitioner at St Joseph's Neighborhood in Rochester, NY. He is also the Owner of Ackerman Consultants. Dr. Ackerman has held just about every position a nurse could hold in academia and clinical practice from candy striper to senior director. His entire career has been dedicated to critical care with numerous publications as well as invitations to speak nationally and internationally. His research and writing has focused on a variety of clinical topics including sepsis, airway management, hemodynamics, innovation and leadership. His innovation work has led to many disruptions in clinical practice and health system change. He has been recognized for his various contributions with various fellowships including; Fellow in Critical Care Medicine, Fellow in the National Academy of Practice, and Fellow in American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Dr. Ackerman completed his BSN from Niagara University, his MSN and DNS from The State University of New York at Buffalo, a post-masters certificate as an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner from the University of Rochester and is currently enrolled in a Design Thinking certificate program at Rochester Institute of Technology. Show Highlights [01:18] Michael talks about his love of nursing, and starting his career in the ICU. [01:46] Finding his way into the healthcare innovation space. [03:27] What people, and especially designers, should understand about bedside nursing. [04:33] The three “P's” of nursing and design. [07:22] Co-creating with nurses via the Center for Healthcare. [09:52] Nurses are moving into the innovation space. [11:59] Michael's wishlist of things designers should do when working in the healthcare innovation space. [12:37] The healthcare industry is risk-averse. [14:46] A look at the different viewpoints of healthcare executives. [16:41] Michael talks about one project – a new feeding tube device. [19:07] The healthcare innovation cycle is often slow. [20:20} How the COVID-19 pandemic sped up the innovation cycle. [22:18] How designers and healthcare leadership can help improve the healthcare innovation cycle. [23:27] Democratizing innovation and inviting healthcare staff to the table. [26:00] Ohio State's innovation studios for healthcare and nursing. [27:42] Working with the architecture school on creating healthier work environments. [28:48] OSU's Masters in Healthcare Innovation program. [30:12] OSU's Center for Healthcare Innovation and Leadership. [32:42] The importance of creativity, and logic-brain versus creative-brain. [34:21] Designers need to help people find ways to turn off their logic-brain to allow their creative-brain to turn on. [35:43] Giving people permission to experiment and create. [38:37] The patient harm threshold for rapid healthcare innovation. [39:49] The need for innovation leadership roles in hospitals and healthcare. [43:01] All leaders would benefit from being familiar with design thinking and being able to lead teams using a design mindset and methods. [44:51] A culture of innovation and creativity starts at the top. [47:22] Hospitals and healthcare are complex adaptive systems. [49:59] Michael's and Dawan's advice for innovators. Links Michael on LinkedIn Michael on Twitter Ackerman Consulting Michael on ResearchGate The Handoff: Nurse Burnout with Michael Ackerman Google Scholar list of articles where Michael is an author/co-author The #HCBIZ Show: The Novation Dynamic: 3 Pillars for Healthcare Innovation Success with Michael Ackerman SONSEIL Other Design Thinking 101 Episodes You Might Like Healthcare Design Teams + Wellness + ScienceXDesign with Chris McCarthy — DT101 E24 Nursing + Service Design + Healthcare Innovation with Brittany Merkle — DT101 E38 Seeing, Reframing, and Pursuing Problems with Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg — DT101 E86
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Solving Healthcare with Dr. Kwadwo Kyeremanteng
In this episode, we welcome back Toronto-based author, nutritionist, and founder of the Academy of Culinary Nutrition, Meghan Telpner. Today Meghan shares a little about her past, her diagnosis with Chron's disease and how it affected her lifestyle. Meghan shares how she reversed her symptoms through meditation and culinary nutrition, focusing your mind, and more! We also enjoy a guided meditation presentation developed by the HeartMath Institute, showing us how to tune our breathing techniques and feel at ease and peaceful.Thank you for reading Solving Healthcare Media with Dr. Kwadwo Kyeremanteng. This post is public so feel free to share it.Solving Healthcare Media with Dr. Kwadwo Kyeremanteng is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. Get full access to Solving Healthcare Media with Dr. Kwadwo Kyeremanteng at kwadcast.substack.com/subscribe
“Rheumatology For All” is an organization with a global mission: To increase access to rheumatology care in under-resourced regions. They aim to create self-sustaining rheumatology training programs by funding the education of local physicians to become rheumatologists and provide educational programs for local physicians. Much of the organization's work is done in developing nations throughout Africa. Today, we have founding member and member of the board of directors, Dr. Michele Meltzer as our guest, to discuss their mission, how it began, where “Rheumatology For All” is going, and how you can get involved in the great need to expand rheumatic care to these under-served countries.