Private Practice Success Stories
Are you wanting to start a private practice but are worried that you are too early in your career? In this episode of Private Practice Success Stories. I sat down with one of my Start Your Private Practice students, Bradi O'Rourke, who is a 25-year-old private practice owner. She was working for another private practice fulfilling school contracts as a contractor and then decided to start her own private practice where she does school contracts and hires contractors to fulfill the work. She was initially nervous to start a business early in her career but decided that it was now or never and went for it.Bradi is 25 years old and graduated with her master's degree in communication disorders and sciences in 2021. Bradi attended Eastern Illinois University for both her bachelor's and master's degrees. She launched her private practice called Braxy Speech Therapy soon after receiving her ASHA CCC. Bradi is passionate about providing play-based therapy and having families involved in her therapy sessions. She also is thankful that she has been able to hire SLPs to see private clients and to contract with schools while paying them a high rate that reflects their worth. Bradi Plans to move to Nashville in June of 2023 and has big plans for Braxy Speech Therapy, including opening up a physical clinic space. In Today's Episode, We Discuss:Why Bradi decided to start a private practiceWhy you don't need decades of experience to start a private practiceThe different ways that Bradi got her first clientsThe huge need for private practitionersWhy you can't get stuck in analysis paralysisHow Bradi works with contractors to run her private practiceHow the Start program helped Bradi learn the ins and outs of starting a businessBradi's plans for expanding to a physical private practice locationThe power of a well-optimized website when moving your practice to a new city I hope you enjoyed this episode with Bradi! I love that she knows that she has a lot to learn, and she is comfortable enough to learn as she goes. That's such a great trait to have as a business owner!If you want to learn more from Bradi, you can follow her on Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok! Want help starting your private practice just like we helped Bradi? Join The Start Your Private Practice Program today by visiting StartYourPrivatePractice.com!Resources Mentioned: Visit Bradi's website: https://www.braxyspeechtherapy.com/Check out Bradi's TpT store: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Browse/Search:Eat%20Speech%20RepeatFollow Bradi on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/braxy_speech_therapy/Follow Bradi on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BraxyspeechtherapyFollow Bradi on TikTok:
Ready. Set. Go. Real Estate Investing Podcast
In Today's Episode: Host: Brandon Elliott, https://zez.am/brandonelliottinvestments Guest: David Pupo ⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯ Resourceful Links: How To Get Up To $500,000 Every 6 Months At 0%: https://www.creditcounselelite.com/ Get Your Most Accurate Credit Report: https://www.myscoreiq.com/get-fico-max.aspx?offercode=432121Z8 Best Credit Cards: https://milevalue.com/best-credit-cards/?aff=cce Free Credit Education Resources: https://creditcounselelite.com/articles Guide to Taking Massive Action: https://amzn.to/2IZMN8Z ⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯ Meet Your Host, Brandon: Brandon Elliott went from being off track finding himself on house arrest and burning 40% of his body to getting on track reaching $8.5 million in Assets and being acknowledged part of the "Top 100 Yahoo Finance" by using Credit Cards to buy small multi-family and scaling his businesses using the exact strategies taught in Credit Counsel Elite (CCE). CCE teaches business owners how to get up to $500,000 every 6 months at 0%. By being a member with CCE, you get to learn how to Travel Hack, get access to the 800 FICO Score Club in 30 days or less, fix credit quickly, receive $5K-15K+ of free sign up bonuses, buy Real Estate with Credit Cards, deep dive into Business Credit and Personal credit. To learn more visit: https://www.creditcounselelite.com/ ⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯ Connect with Brandon Elliott: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brandonelliottinvestor YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@BrandonElliottInvestments Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brandonelliottinvestments LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brandon-elliott-6b1643148
The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch
Nico Wittenborn is the Founder of Adjacent, one of the best early-stage firms created over the last 5 years. Before starting Adjacent, Nico spent over 3 years at Insight Partners in New York and before that learned the craft of venture from some of the best in early-stage, Point Nine, where he spent over 4 years. Nico's portfolio across funds includes the likes of Revolut, Chainalysis, Oura, RevenueCat and PhotoRoom to name a few. In Today's Show with Nico Wittenborn We Discuss: 1.) From Selling Mobile Phones to Leading Early-Stage Investor: How did Nico first make his way into the world of venture with Point Nine? What did Nico learn from his time with Point Nine and Insight? How did his time at each impact how he invests and runs Adjacent today? What does Nico know now that he wishes he had known when he started investing? 2.) Is Consumer Subscription Even a Good Place to Invest? With Calm ($2BN) and Duolingo ($6BN) as the market leaders and there only being two of them, is consumer subscription even a good place to invest? How does Nico pushback that retention for consumer subscription apps is so bad? What do many not see about consumer subscription retention numbers? How does Nico respond to the challenge of high customer acquisition cost and navigating challenging platform shifts in advertising, when investing in consumer subscription? What will the consumer subscription landscape look like in 5 years time? 3.) Adjacent: The Fund, The Strategy: Why does Nico believe if your fund model relies on $10BN outcomes, you are in trouble? How large is the latest Adjacent fund? What does the portfolio construction look like for the fund? How much diversification is the right level of diversification? How many companies per fund? How does Nico think about capital concentration on a per company basis? What are Nico's ownership requirements? How have they changed with funds? What is it about Nico's structure which enables him to be more collaborative than others? 4.) Nico: The Investor: Lessons: How does Nico reflect on his own relationship to price? When does he pay up? When does he not? What has been one of Nico's biggest misses? How has that changed his approach? Why does Nico not really compete with the large multi-stage funds? Why is Nico deliberately trying to reduce the amount of companies that he sees? 5.) The Future of Venture: How does Nico analyze the rise of solo GPs? What are the biggest pros and cons of the model? Why does Nico believe the large generalist funds are in trouble? Who is set to win and who is set to lose in the next 10 years of venture? Which seed firm would Nico invest in? Which Series A firm? Which growth firm?
The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch
Ryan Wiggins is the VP of Growth and Analytics at Mercury where he oversees a Growth team and founded the Analytics function. Prior to this, Ryan built Growth teams at WhatsApp, where he helped grow WhatsApp Business from 0->100M users, Workplace, and Facebook Ads. If that was not enough, Ryan is also an active angel investor. In Today's Episode with Ryan Wiggins We Discuss: 1.) From US Department of Commerce to Leading Growth Teams: How Ryan made his initial foray into the world of growth with Facebook and Whatsapp? What does Ryan know now that he wishes he had known when he made the entry into growth? What advice does Ryan have for people who want to change their career but are not sure what they want to do? 2. ) Who and When: Building the Team: Should we hire a Head of Growth or a more junior growth hire first? What are the different profiles of growth hires? How do they change with business model? When is the right time to hire your first growth hire? What are the single biggest mistakes founders make on the timing of growth hires? 3.) How to Hire: The Process: Structurally, what is the right way to hire for a growth team? What does the interview process look like? What do you want to get out of each meeting? Should case studies be used, if so, should they be used for the company hiring or of the company where the candidate is from? What does the comp package look like for different growth hires? Who should be brought into the growth hiring process? What stage should they be involved? 4.) Onboarding: Setting Growth Up for Success: What is the ideal first 30,60 and 90 days for new growth hires? What can leaders do to ensure they are set up for the maximum chance of success? What are three of the biggest red flags bad growth hires show in the first 30 days? What are the biggest mistakes founders make in the onboarding process of growth hires?
In Today's Episode, Jed reacts to a woman insisting she wears booty shorts in the gym for herself and not for attention, then gives her take on Melina and Aba's ballroom dance that went viral. Are modern relationships contributing to the fall of the West? Jed answers that and more. She also digs into how Fox News is scrambling in the wake of Tucker's firing, and what to expect next from controlled opposition. Jedediah Bila Live - A social commentary podcast on dating and politics that doesn't hold back! New Episodes LIVE Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 1pm EST. Subscribe to the JB LIVE community: https://bit.ly/3Iojl8Q Ask Jedediah a question or FaceTime her here: https://Minnect.com About the show: Welcome to a free-speech zone where dating, politics, and hot debate come to life. Join former television host Jedediah Bila as she unravels what's broken in the dating game, tackles the dangers of modern feminism, and exposes The System's multifaceted, hazardous agenda. Known for her fearless commentary and passion for freedom and free-thinking minds, Jedediah digs into such topics as “toxic” masculinity, the modern feminist agenda, big-government tyranny, how men and women are different, the dangers of pornography, societal neutering of men, and the problem with a culture of promiscuity. She holds women, men, and political elites accountable in her signature no-bullsh*t style. She stands up for liberty, personal responsibility, and traditional values, rallying against The System's desire for an increasingly weak, puppeteered, entitled culture. And she does it all in a combination of solo and interview-style shows that are sure to get you thinking and fired up to join the conversation. Follow Jedediah on social media: Instagram: https://bit.ly/3Gje8xg Twitter: https://bit.ly/3NlsfFX Facebook: https://bit.ly/3MHFXlo Locals: https://bit.ly/3tmAsCD Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/JedediahBilaLive Pick up a copy of Jedediah's books: Dear Hartley: https://amzn.to/3xEbikp Outnumbered: https://bit.ly/3gWuXq9#DoNotDisturb: https://amzn.to/3ij6NXr To reach the Valuetainment team, send an email to: email@example.com
In Today's news, Ashley Nicole Moss, Corey Holmes and Paper Route contributors DeSean Jackson and Antoine Walker chop it up about the latest in sports. Antoine Walker, the former Celtic/Heat player, breaks down what happened in game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals. At the top of the show DeSean Jackson gives us his top 5 WR's heading into next season. Is Giannis really interested in joining the Warriors? Find out what the crew thinks on this episode of Paper Route.
In Today's news, Ashley Nicole Moss, Corey Holmes and Paper Route contributors DeSean Jackson and Antoine Walker give their thoughts and reactions to game 1 of the Western Conference Finals. Last night, Ja Morant released his first statement since being suspended by the Grizzlies. Also, Bengals QB Joe Burrow still awaits his BIG contract extension and Raiders WR Devante Adams said last season was one of the most important seasons of his career. Find out what Adams was on a mission to prove on today's episode of Paper Route.
The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch
Emad Mostaque is the Co-Founder and CEO @ StabilityAI, the parent company of Stable Diffusion. Stability are building the foundation to activate humanity's potential. To date, Emad has raised over $110M with Stability with the latest round reportedly pricing the company at $4BN. Investors include Coatue, Lightspeed, Sound Ventures, OSS Capital and Airstreet Capital, to name a few. Prior to Stability, Emad was in the world of hedge funds, that was until his son was diagnosed with autism and he left to make a difference in the space and help find treatments and solutions. In Today's Episode with Emad Mostaque We Discuss: 1.) From Hedge Funds to Finding Treatments for Autism to Leading the World of AI: How Emad made his way from the world of hedge funds to founding one of the leading AI companies of our time? How did Emad find a solution to parts of his son's autism with a $6 drug? How does Emad believe we can use AI to solve the majority of medical problems today? What does the future of healthcare look like with AI at the centre? 2.) Models: What is Real? What is False? Why no models today will be used in a year? Why all models are biased and how do we solve for it? Why hallucinations are a feature and not a bug? Why the size of your model does not matter anymore? Why will there be national models specified to cultures and nations? How is this implemented? 3.) Who Wins: Startups or Incumbents: Why does Emad believe there will only be 5 really important AI companies? Which will they be? How does Emad review Google's AI strategy following their news last week? Was their integration of Google and Deepmind recently a success? How does Emad assess Meta's AI strategy? Why does Zuckerberg now acknowledge the metaverse play was a mistake? How does Emad evaluate the approach taken by Amazon? Why are they the dark horse in the race? What can startups do to get a meaningful edge on the large incumbents? How do they compete with their distribution? 4.) The Next 12 Months: What Happens: Why does Emad believe the .ai bubble will be bigger than the dot com bubble? Why does Emad believe that the biggest companies built-in AI in the next 12 months will be services-based companies? How does the ecosystem look if this is the case? Why will India and emerging markets embrace AI faster than anyone else? What happens to economies that have large segments reliant on freelance work that AI replaces? Why will we see the death of many large content publishers and media companies? What does Emad mean when he says we will see the rise of "AI first publishers"? 5.) Open or Closed: What Wins: Why does Emad believe we must be open by default? Why does open win? Why does Emad side with Elon and believe we must pause the development of AI for 6 months? How does Emad evaluate the leaked memo from Google stating that neither Google nor OpenAI are ahead? What does this mean for the AI ecosystem? Where will the best AI talent concentrate? What do companies need to do to win the best talent?
In Today's news, Brandon Marshall, Ashley Nicole Moss and Corey Holmes preview the highly anticipated Western Conference Finals matchup between the Lakers and the Nuggets. Can LeBron James win his fifth ring? Stay tuned as we also give our way too early predictions of who wins Super Bowl 58. Will the Chiefs run it back? Find out what the crew thinks on today's episode of Paper Route.
Was the iconic Roy Lichtenstein a great artist, a thief, or both? This is the question posed by Whaam! Blam! Roy Lichtenstein and the Art of Appropriation, a documentary film directed and produced by today's podcast guest, James L Hussey.“When I set out to make [the film], I viewed it as a very straightforward, intellectual, technical film about appropriation,” says James, who released the film in November 2022. “When is it OK? When is it not OK? What surprised me and surprised audiences is that [it turned] into a human-interest story.” On today's podcast episode, host and NOT REAL ART founder Scott “Sourdough” Power sits down with James to discuss Whaam! Blam!, Lichtenstein's legacy, and the thin line between appropriation and plagiarism.A key figure in the Pop Art movement of the 1960s, Lichtenstein borrowed directly from comic books, advertisements, and historical art sources to create bold, graphic paintings. His recognizable works are housed in the world's finest galleries and can fetch upwards of $150 million a piece—but some see him as nothing more than a plagiarist. “[Whaam! Blam! raises] this question about appropriation and whether what Lichtenstein did was right or wrong,” James tells Scott. “Like so many things, it's not always black and white. There's a lot of gray.” Today, James shares stories from the last living comic artists Lichtenstein copied from, and why they're unhappy about it: “[The art world] very casually refers to the original comic art as ‘low art,' while almost an exact copy of it, blown up and hanging in the Tate Modern, is [considered] ‘high art,'” James says, explaining that some of these comics toiled in obscurity, below the poverty line. Tune in for our thought-provoking conversation with James L Hussey on plagiarism, appropriation, and giving artists credit where credit is due.Watch the trailer for Whaam! Blam! Roy Lichtenstein and the Art of Appropriation here or rent the documentary via Amazon.In Today's EpisodeJames L Hussey discusses…His personal (and eclectic) comic book and art collectionWhat led him from politics to documentary filmmakingThe evolution of Whaam! Blam! from intellectual documentary to human interest storyWhy he sees working on Whaam! Blam! as “a great privilege”How appropriation differs from plagiarism, and the often fine line between the twoWhether or not Lichtenstein was a product of the ‘60s, when attribution wasn't commonThe relationship between the commercialism of art and its legitimacyHow the art world distinguishes between low and high artWhat most people don't understand about intellectual property rightsThe documentary project he wants to tackle nextFor more information, please visit http://notrealart.com/james-hussey
Ready. Set. Go. Real Estate Investing Podcast
In Today's Episode: Host: Brandon Elliott, https://zez.am/brandonelliottinvestments Guest: Justin Moy ⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯ Resourceful Links: How To Get Up To $500,000 Every 6 Months At 0%: https://www.creditcounselelite.com/ Get Your Most Accurate Credit Report: https://www.myscoreiq.com/get-fico-max.aspx?offercode=432121Z8 Best Credit Cards: https://milevalue.com/best-credit-cards/?aff=cce Free Credit Education Resources: https://creditcounselelite.com/articles Guide to Taking Massive Action: https://amzn.to/2IZMN8Z ⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯ Meet Your Host, Brandon: Brandon Elliott went from being off track finding himself on house arrest and burning 40% of his body to getting on track reaching $8.5 million in Assets and being acknowledged part of the "Top 100 Yahoo Finance" by using Credit Cards to buy small multi-family and scaling his businesses using the exact strategies taught in Credit Counsel Elite (CCE). CCE teaches business owners how to get up to $500,000 every 6 months at 0%. By being a member with CCE, you get to learn how to Travel Hack, get access to the 800 FICO Score Club in 30 days or less, fix credit quickly, receive $5K-15K+ of free sign up bonuses, buy Real Estate with Credit Cards, deep dive into Business Credit and Personal credit. To learn more visit: https://www.creditcounselelite.com/ ⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯ Connect with Brandon Elliott: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brandonelliottinvestor YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@BrandonElliottInvestments Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brandonelliottinvestments LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brandon-elliott-6b1643148
Private Practice Success Stories
Thinking about starting an adults-focused private practice?In this episode of Private Practice Success Stories, I sat down with one of my Start Your Private Practice students, Lauren Schwabish, to talk about how she started her own private practice during the pandemic and is loving working with adults with brain injuries, aphasia, and executive functioning deficits. Lauren shares where she gets clients, where she sees clients, how she handles billing, and her plans to get more into consulting. Lauren Schwabish M.S., CCC-SLP is the owner of Neuro Speech Services, a private practice based in Northern Virginia, specializing in person-centered assessment and treatment of cognitive-communicative disorders related to stroke, brain injury, concussion, ADHD, and other neurologic and neurodegenerative conditions. Lauren received her Bachelor of Science degree with Honors in Communicative Disorders from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and holds a master's degree in communication sciences from Hunter College of the City University of New York. She is licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia and is a certified member of the American Speech Language Hearing Association. She has over 22 years of experience working in hospitals and acute rehabilitation centers and is passionate about providing meaningful and accessible health education about the brain to patients, families, and healthcare professionals. In Today's Episode, We Discuss:How Lauren got started in her career and why she decided to start a private practiceWhy Lauren loves being a private practice ownerHow the Start program taught her the business skills she needed to succeedThe importance of building up a referral networkThe freedom private practice gives you to do the work you're passionate aboutThe consulting work that Lauren is doing along with her private practice workLauren's plans for her business in the futureI hope you enjoyed this episode with Lauren! She took her decades of experience and is now fully in control of her life and her clinical practice by having her own private practice. She is an example of someone who wanted something and went for it and I hope you found her story as inspiring as I did. If you want to learn more about how we help SLPs and OTs start their own private practices, just like we helped Lauren, head over to https://independentclinician.com/learn-with-jena/..Whether you want to start a private practice or grow your existing private practice, I can help you get the freedom, flexibility, fulfillment, and financial abundance that you deserve. Visit my website www.independentclinician.com to learn more.Resources Mentioned: Visit Lauren's website: https://www.neurospeechservices.com/Follow Lauren on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/neurospeechservices/Where We Can Connect: Follow the Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/private-practice-success-stories/id1374716199Follow Me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/independentclinician/Connect on Facebook:
In Today's news, Brandon Marshall, Ashley Nicole Moss, Corey Holmes and NBA basketball contributor Stephen Jackson react to all of the action that took place over the weekend. The NBA Conference Finals are set and the crew take a look ahead at the matchups between the Lakers & Nuggets and Heat & Celtics. Also, stay tuned for the second hour of the show today as we sit down with NY Jets CB Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner for an exclusive interview.
The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch
Yann LeCun is VP & Chief AI Scientist at Meta and Silver Professor at NYU affiliated with the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences & the Center for Data Science. He was the founding Director of FAIR and of the NYU Center for Data Science. After a postdoc in Toronto he joined AT&T Bell Labs in 1988, and AT&T Labs in 1996 as Head of Image Processing Research. He joined NYU as a professor in 2003 and Meta/Facebook in 2013. He is the recipient of the 2018 ACM Turing Award for "conceptual and engineering breakthroughs that have made deep neural networks a critical component of computing". Huge thanks to David Marcus for helping to make this happen. In Today's Episode with Yann LeCun: 1.) The Road to AI OG: How did Yann first hear about machine learning and make his foray into the world of AI? For 10 years plus, machine learning was in the shadows, how did Yan not get discouraged when the world did not appreciate the power of AI and ML? What does Yann know now that he wishes he had known when he started his career in machine learning? 2.) The Next Five Years of AI: Hope or Horror: Why does Yann believe it is nonsense that AI is dangerous? Why does Yann think it is crazy to assume that AI will even want to dominate humans? Why does Yann believe digital assistants will rule the world? If digital assistants do rule the world, what interface wins? Search? Chat? What happens to Google when digital assistants rule the world? 3.) Will Anyone Have Jobs in a World of AI: From speaking to many economists, why does Yann state "no economist thinks AI will replace jobs"? What jobs does Yann expect to be created in the next generation of the AI economy? What jobs does Yann believe are under more immediate threat/impact? Why does Yann expect the speed of transition to be much slower than people anticipate? Why does Yann believe Elon Musk is wrong to ask for the pausing of AI developments? 4.) Open or Closed: Who Wins: Why does Yann know that the open model will beat the closed model? Why is it superior for knowledge gathering and idea generation? What are some core historical precedents that have proved this to be true? What did Yann make of the leaked Google Memo last week? 5.) Startup vs Incumbent: Who Wins: Who does Yann believe will win the next 5 years of AI; startups or incumbents? How important are large models to winning in the next 12 months? In what ways does regulation and legal stop incumbents? How has he seen this at Meta? Has his role at Meta ever stopped him from being impartial? How does Yan deal with that?
Embodiment is a hot topic right now and in this episode Dr. Jenn explains what it really means to be embodied and lays out the map for how we can take this journey within ourselves. In Today's Episode You Will Learn: The relationship between embodiment, alignment and it's precursor: disconnect What it really means when we are disconnected and the gift that it holds The critical decision we must make when we take the journey of becoming embodied How to start connecting with your body and the frequency of what you are choosing to embody Take the quiz to Discover Your Feminine Coaching Archetype Self Coach Yourself On Your Embodiment Journey: Embodied Life Academy Learn how to coach others as an Embodied Life Coach: Embodied Life Coaching Academy + Certification
The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch
Clem Delangue is the Co-Founder and CEO @ Hugging Face, the AI community building the future. To date, Clem has raised over $160M from the likes of Sequoia, Coatue, Addition and Lux Capital to name a few. Prior to Hugging Face, Clem was in product and marketing at two different startups both of which were acquired. In Today's Episode with Clem Delangue: 1. From Tamagotchi to Leading the World of AI: How did a Tamagotchi startup turn into one of the hottest AI startups in the world? What does Clem know now that he wishes he had known when he started? What are Clem's biggest pieces of advice to founders on pivoting? 2. AI: Trend or Transformation: To what extent does Clem believe the current hype in AI is justified? What is overblown? What have been some true and groundbreaking developments? How far away does Clem believe AGI is? What is a massive misconception the public has that Clem wishes he could change? 3. Open vs Closed: Which Model Wins: Why does Clem believe the future of AI will be won by open-source? What is his reasoning to suggest closed is fundamentally a weaker model? Does Clem acknowledge that in the short term, enterprises will buy from a closed model with greater ease? How does he plan to tackle this? 4. Regulation: What Happens Now: What regulatory changes need to be made in the world of AI most urgently? Is Elon Musk right to suggest the immediate pausing of developments in AI? What does Clem believe to be the most likely scenario to AI regulation in the next 12 months? 5. Fundraising: Lessons and Reflection on Raising $160M: Do AI startups fundamentally cost more money than normal startups to build? Why does Clem not meet investors in between rounds? What does Clem believe is the most helpful thing an investor can do? What are Clem's spiciest takes on venture as a financing model?
How can you make sure the choices you make for your mid-century home RIGHT NOW will be ones you don't regret in the future? Ask the right questions!In Today's Episode You'll Hear:How to roll back remodeling choices you made in the past to get a home you'll love for decades to come. Plus, can a mid-century door that's been languishing in a shed for 16 years be salvaged?How to make sure replacement windows (or more) fit in well with the character of a mid-century house.Whether SolaTube lights are appropriate for MCM homes. Get the full show notes with all the trimmings at https://www.midmod-midwest.com/1208
The Soulfull® Community is a space to embrace living well your way, no trends, diets, or one size fits all advice here. You're unique, so why would your wellness journey be any different? For those of you who are new, welcome! We're Kit & Kaelynn, certified health and wellness coaches and bffs who met at Georgetown University. We've seen some things: a painful gut health transformation, leaving toxic relationships, healing career burnout, to name a few. Through discovering & reconnecting with our authentic selves we're finally living WELL. Now we're here to support your personal transformation. Join us every Thursday, for a real, relatable, and multi-generational wellness conversation! We're in awe of the personal transformations we've witnessed in the soulfull® society and can't wait to see where this takes us all next. Welcome! In Today's episode: Kit & Kae get vulnerable & share what/who they're jealous of (True stories!) Kae talks about how to identify your sneaky inner critic (Yes, your gremlin strikes again!) Kit shares how to identify lack mindset vs. living in abundance Today we're getting REAAL and talking about one rather unconventional but sure-fire way to know if something is for you or not. This might sound a little crazy at first, but stick with us. We promise it'll make perfect sense. What makes you feel jealous?
In Today's news, Brandon Marshall, Ashley Nicole Moss and Corey Holmes share their thoughts on the NBA action from last night. The NY Knicks managed to keep their series alive after beating the Heat in game 5 and the Warriors escaped elimination after defeating the Lakers, forcing a game 6. The NFL schedule releases tonight and we'll tell you who we feel has the easiest road to the Super Bowl from what we know. Will the Nuggets advance to the WCF tonight? Find out what we think on today's episode of Paper Route.
The Full Frontal Living™ Podcast with Lisa Carpenter
Episode 166 is in appreciation of the toughest job on the planet... being a mom. In Today's episode, Lisa shares some of her own parenting journey and the price she paid energetically because of the beliefs she was carrying about being a mom and the emotions she was stuck in. If you've ever felt inadequate as a parent, or felt like you were screwing up your kids you're going to want to listen to this episode. If you're the kind of woman who wants to be a better mom, take responsibility for your emotions and how you're showing up in your relationships with your kids, don't miss the opportunity to be part of The Energy Audit™. This journey will help you reclaim your energy and live a life that is fulfilling with a lot more peace and ease. You can check out all the details, lisacarpenter.ca/energy Got questions about the program? Email Lisa direct at firstname.lastname@example.org Connect with Lisa on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/lisacarpenterinc/
The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch
Today's 20Sales is a special Mother's Day edition where we are joined by 6 of the best sales leaders who also happen to be rockstar mothers. The Profiles Maggie Hott is on the GTM Team (Go-To-Market) at OpenAI. Before OpenAI, Maggie was Director of Sales @ Webflow and before Webflow spent an incredible 6 years at Slack. Stevie Case is the CRO @ Vanta. Prior to Vanta, Stevie spent an immensely successful 6 years at Twilio as VP of Mid-Market Sales. Renu Gupta is an advisor and sales consultant to some of the fastest-growing SaaS companies today. Previously she has held sales leadership roles at Slack, Thrive and Dropbox. Lauren Schwartz is the VP Enterprise Sales @ Fivetran. Before Fivetran, Lauren spent 4 years at Segment as Senior Director of Enterprise Sales leading to their acquisition by Twilio. Julie Maresca is the Head of Global Accounts at Atlassian. Prior to Atlassian, Julie spent an immensely successful 6 years at Slack in numerous roles including Head of Enterprise Sales for North America. Jessica Arnold is the VP of Global Sales Development @ Amplitude. Before Amplitude, Jessica was the Senior Director for Inside Sales North America at Dropbox for close to 6 years. In Today's 20Sales Mothers Day Episode We Discuss: 1.) How have you navigated growing in your career at the same time, growing your family? 2.) How do you balance your career and being a mother - when do you lean in and out? 3.) What are some specific strategies or tools that have helped you maintain a work-life balance? 4.) How do you prioritize your mental health and wellbeing while juggling your responsibilities at work and at home? 5.) How do you handle the guilt that many working mothers experience when they have to focus on their career? 6.) What are the unique challenges and advantages of being a mother in a sales leadership role? 7.) How has your experience as a mother influenced your leadership style and decision-making? 8.) How have you navigated going out on maternity leave without it having an impact on your career? 9.) America has one of the worst parental leaves of any country in the world. How can you advocate for parental leave if the existing policy isn't up to par? 10.) What are some ways that companies can create a more inclusive and supportive environment for working mothers in sales leadership roles?
In Today's news, Brandon Marshall, Ashley Nicole Moss and Corey Holmes react to last night's NBA playoff action. The 76ers beat the Celtics on the road and the Nuggets handled the Suns at home in what were pivotal game 5 matchups. The crew also previews tonight's games as both the Knicks and Warriors face elimination in their series versus the Heat and the Lakers respectively. Will the Eagles defeat the Chiefs in their Super Bowl 57 rematch next season? Find out what we think and what other matchups we're looking forward to as we anticipate the releasing of the 2023 NFL schedule.
Is your hotel ready for what's coming in 2023? Major shifts are on the way and the data from TravelBoom's latest Leisure Travel Sentiment study is shining the light on what hoteliers need to know. In Today's episode we're covering four things every hotelier needs to do this year, to survive and thrive in the future. SHOW NOTES AND MORE! https://www.TravelBoomMarketing.com/podcast
In Today's news, Brandon Marshall, Ashley Nicole Moss, and Corey Holmes give their thoughts on both the Miami Heat and Los Angeles Lakers taking a commanding 3-1 lead in their respective series. The crew also previews tonight's pair of game 5 matchups between the 76ers & Celtics and Suns & Nuggets. Will we see a rookie QB lead their team to the playoffs next season? Watch today's episode and see if Brandon and Ashley believe this is FACT or FOOLISH.
“My art has become my way to play,” says photographer Y Hope Osborn, who “never had any art education” but grew up with a camera in her hand. In today's podcast episode, the 2022 NOT REAL ART grant winner sits down with our host, Scott “Sourdough” Power, to talk about the healing power of art, writing, and play. “As a child, I was so stifled by abuse that I didn't know how to play,” Hope says. “I didn't know how to be a child. You'd put these toys in front of me and I'm like, ‘They're just things, I'm supposed to do what with them?' And it didn't make any sense or mean anything in my world.”Hope, an Arkansas-based writer and self-taught photographer, describes her art as a form of play, an outpouring of expression, and a tool to transcend the trauma she experienced as a child: “Now I have this freedom,” she says, “even in bad health and in still dealing with trauma and everything, I have this freedom to be creative and play in my art. Whether it's in my digital, abstract art or in finding a creative perspective of an old building.”Taking us back to her childhood, Hope chats about her interest in photography as a timeless medium—“moments slip by so fast and memory slips by so fast but photographs can last for centuries”—and expands on her fascination with old buildings and barns. "I can't tell you how many times I passed barns without a second or even first glance,” Hope says of Roundup, a digital photographic series that impressed NOT REAL ART grant panel judges during the 2022 cycle. “Now I notice these ordinary structures for the extraordinary variety of architecture from unnamed architects, and for being stalwarts of the rural. When all else falls, these rural stalwarts stand.”To Hope, art is freedom and safety all at once, a tool for both deep catharsis and lighthearted experimentation. Tune in to this week's episode with photographer Y Hope Osborn to hear an inspiring story about courage, creativity, and resilience.In Today's Podcast EpisodeY Hope Osborn discusses…Why she was drawn to photography at a young ageHow art and writing helped the artist reclaim her childhood The subject matter that inspires both her photography and writingThe healing role the natural world plays in her lifeHow writing supports creative and critical thinking, and why it's a valuable skillWhy focusing too heavily on STEM subjects is a disservice to societyWhy artists should speak about and promote their work publiclyFor more information, please visit http://notrealart.com/y-hope-osborn
Journey Beyond Divorce Podcast
In Today's episode of Healthy Romantic Relationships we discuss “The Psychological Aspect of Healthy Sex - How Past Experience Informs Future Pleasure. We are exploring What is the healthiest way to engage your sexuality as you enter dating and healthy relationships? Karisa opens with a powerful statement of the connection between sex and spirituality, the beauty of the act when connected and the many challenges we face when triggered or navigating past traumas. We look at expectations, discernment and timing when deciding with who and when to become sexually intimate and the reality that intimacy begins with physical touch that does not necessarily lead to sex. Karisa also shares about the differences in men and women regarding beliefs, and physical reactions both during and after sex…and so much more! Karisa Kaye, MAMFT is a Sex & Marriage Therapist located in Chattanooga, TN. She's been in practice since 2011 and currently owns her own private practice- I Love Us: Relationship & Intimacy Counseling. Karisa loves traveling, spending time with loved ones, and is working toward her Ph.D in Clinical Sexology. Contact Karissa Kaye below: https://www.iloveusintimacy.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ilurelationships/?hl=en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ILURelationships/ Contact Journey Beyond Divorce Request a Free Rapid Relief Call at http://rapidreliefcall.com/ For more information on Journey Beyond Divorce visit: www.jbddivorcesupport.com
The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch
Chris Paik is a General Partner @ Pace Capital, an early-stage venture firm in NYC. Pace's first fund was $150M and their second was $250M. Before co-founding Pace, Chris was a General Partner at Thrive Capital where he spent an incredible 8 years having joined the firm when they were on their first $10M Fund. In Today's Episode with Chris Paik We Discuss: 1. From Hipster to One of NYC's Best VCs: How Chris made his way from not knowing about venture capital to being one of the most prominent in NYC? What are 1-2 of his biggest takeaways from his 8 years at Thrive? How did they impact how he thinks about building Pace today? What are Chris' biggest lessons from working with Josh Kushner? What did Josh do to spot young talent in a way like no one else did? 2. The Core Pillars of Successful Venture Investing: "Invest in companies that can be described in a single sentence". What does Chris mean by this? How does that impact the type of companies he looks to invest in? "Business Model Fit is as important as PMF". What does Chris mean by this? How does he determine where a company has business model fit? How does Chris analyze his relationship to market sizing? How does Chris think about how willing he is to take a bet on market timing? Why does Chris believe that the more "virtuous" a company is, the less enterprise value it will have? 3. What is Wrong with Venture Capital: The Misalignments: What does Chris believe are the single biggest misalignments between VCs and Founders? What does Chris see as the biggest misalignments between VCs and LPs? Why does Chris believe we should scrap capital gains tax and all be taxed as an income tax? Why do acquisitions allow investors to be screwed over by the acquiring company? 4. The Future of Social and User Generated Content Platforms: How does Chris analyze consumer businesses according to "The Seven Deadly Sins"? Why does he call them, "The Seven Deadly Motivators"? What does Chris believe is the future for Substack? Why does it not have Business Model Fit? What are 1-2 of his biggest lessons from being on the Twitch board? How did that experience impact his mindset and approach to what good is in UGC and social? What does Chris believe is the number one thing to look for in a potential consumer social investment? What do so many miss?
In Today's episode of "Moment of Truth," Saurabh and Nick sit down with Dr. Aaron Kheriaty, Fellow at the Ethics & Public Policy Center, Chief of Psychiatry & Ethics at Doc1 Health, and Author of "The New Abnormal: The Rise of the Biomedical Security State," to discuss the disturbing origins of the Covid-19 virus, efficacy of the vaccines, and the bioethics of vaccine mandates, gender dysphoria, transgenderism, eugenics, and euthanasia. #AaronKheriaty #Bioethics #Doctor #TheNewAbnormal #Covid #Vaccine #DefeatTheMandates #MentalHealthAaron Kheriaty is a fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, where he directs EPPC's program in Bioethics and American Democracy. He is currently Chief of Psychiatry & Ethics at Doc1 Health and Chief of Medical Ethics at The Unity Project, and a Senior Fellow and Director of the Health and Human Flourishing Program at the Zephyr Institute. Dr. Kheriaty is also a Scholar at the Paul Ramsey Institute and he serves on the advisory board at the Simone Weil Center for Political Philosophy.Learn more about Dr. Aaron Kheriaty's work:https://www.aaronkheriaty.com/biohttps://substack.com/@aaronkheriatyhttps://twitter.com/akheriatyPurchase Dr. Aaron Kheriaty's book "The New Abnormal"https://modpod.link/aaron-kheriaty-book-the-new-abnormal––––––Follow American Moment across Social Media:Twitter – https://twitter.com/AmMomentOrgFacebook – https://www.facebook.com/AmMomentOrgInstagram – https://www.instagram.com/ammomentorg/YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4qmB5DeiFxt53ZPZiW4TcgRumble – https://rumble.com/c/c-695775Check out AmCanon:https://www.americanmoment.org/amcanon/Follow Us on Twitter:Saurabh Sharma – https://twitter.com/ssharmaUSNick Solheim – https://twitter.com/NickSSolheimAmerican Moment's "Moment of Truth" Podcast is recorded at the Conservative Partnership Center in Washington DC, produced by American Moment Studios, and edited by Jake Mercier and Jared Cummings.Subscribe to our Podcast, "Moment of Truth"Apple Podcasts – https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/moment-of-truth/id1555257529Spotify – https://open.spotify.com/show/5ATl0x7nKDX0vVoGrGNhAj Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In Today's news, Brandon Marshall, Ashley Nicole Moss, Corey Holmes and NBA basketball contributor Stephen Jackson react to this past weekend's games and preview tonight's matchups between Heat & Knicks and Lakers & Warriors. Vintage James Harden returned in Game 4 Sunday Afternoon, after dropping 42 points in the 76ers overtime win against the Celtics and the Suns win two in a row to tie up the series against the Nuggets. The crew also share their thoughts on Bronny James committing to USC over the weekend. Will Bronny go one-and-done? Find out what we think in today's episode.
Private Practice Success Stories
Should your private practice accept insurance? This is something that a lot of SLPs and OTs wonder about when they open their private practice. There are many things to consider, and in this episode of Private Practice Success Stories, I sat down with Lauren Hastings to dive into the topic. Lauren Hastings is a speech-language pathologist, private practitioner, doctoral student, advocate, and educator. Basically, Lauren is a multi-passionate person who I've gotten to know over the years because we're both committed to helping SLPs be successful in private practice. Lauren is very knowledgeable about insurance and third-party payer sources, and we get into a lively discussion about whether or not private practices should take insurance, higher credentials, and more. If you've been thinking about becoming an insurance provider in your private practice, this is a must-listen episode! In Today's Episode, We Discuss:The importance of mentors and a community when starting a private practiceLauren's private practice journeyTips for streamlining your systems in your private practiceHow boundaries help prevent burnoutWhat to consider when you are thinking about accepting insuranceWhy insurance is a great idea for most peopleWhat getting credentialed means and the process of doing itThe biggest mistake people make when applying for credentialingLaurens plans for the future of her business and why it's okay to pivotI hope you enjoyed this episode with Lauren. I love how committed she is to helping private practitioners navigate the insurance world and making it less overwhelming and scary. I also love that she isn't afraid to pivot and grow. To learn more about how we can help you start, grow and scale your private practice, please visit IndependentClinician.com. Whether you want to start a private practice or grow your existing private practice, I can help you get the freedom, flexibility, fulfillment, and financial abundance that you deserve. Visit my website www.independentclinician.com to learn more.Resources Mentioned: Follow Lauren on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sassyslp/?hl=enFollow Lauren on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LaurenHastingsSLP/Follow Lauren on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lauren-hastings-m-s-ccc-slp-96942b36/Where We Can Connect: Follow the Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/private-practice-success-stories/id1374716199Follow Me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/independentclinician/Connect on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/slp.private.practice.beginners/
Ready. Set. Go. Real Estate Investing Podcast
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In Today's Talk, will close our dance with the 信心銘, the Xinxinming, or Shinjinmei. Further reading and discussion for this talk are available on the Treeleaf forum: May 5th-6th, 2023 -OUR MONTHLY 4-hour Treeleaf ZAZENKAI
The PTO European Open is the feature this week. 28 of the fastest pro men and 28 of the fastest pro women will be fighting it out over the 100km distance in Ibiza, Spain on May 6th. The race comprises of a 2km swim, 80km bike and 18km run. Jan Frodeno and Daniela Ryf are two of the greatest triathletes to ever grace this planet, but they have some serious competitors waiting for them in the likes of Kristian Blummenfelt, Ashleigh Gentle, Magnus Ditlev, Lucy Charles-Barclay and many other top talents. Show Sponsor: UCAN Generation UCAN has a full line of nutrition products powered by LIVESTEADY to fuel your sport. LIVSTEADY was purposefully designed to work with your body, delivering long-lasting energy you can feel. LIVSTEADY's unique time-release profile allows your body to access energy consistently throughout the day, unlocking your natural ability to stay focused and calm while providing the fuel you need to meet your daily challenges. 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In Today's Show Endurance News - PTO European Open, Taylor Knibb on stress fracture rehab What's new in the 303 - Lookout Mountain Hill Climb is in danger of cancellation; Boulder Valley Velodrome Video of the Week - Countdown to the PTO Euro Open Endurance News: PTO European Open 2023: The keys to victory for a mouthwatering Ibiza weekend By John Levison 4 May 2023 We are just days away now from the first PTO Tour event of the 2023 season, the 2023 European Open, which will be held on Saturday in Ibiza, Spain. Full details on the timing, how to watch and more in our pre-event explainer. What I want to do here is take a look ahead, and outline some of the potential factors which could change the direction of the race on Saturday, for both the Pro Men and Pro Women. Coming so early in the typical racing year, it is very unusual to have such a depth of field in early May. Many of the favourites – Ryf, Charles-Barclay, Blummenfelt, Ditlev, Brownlee, Frodeno as examples – have not yet raced at all. Some – Haug, West, Sodaro, Jewett – arrive with confidence, while others have perhaps not hit the heights they wanted in their limited races this year. That all suggests strongly that this one is unlikely to go simply to form and rankings. Despite the best experience and preparations, expect at least some of the top names to talk post-race that their race sharpness was missing. How big will Lucy's swim lead be? As is now familiar, Great Britain's Lucy Charles-Barclay will almost certainly be the first athlete to complete the 2km swim at Figueretas Beach. In the absence of Taylor Knibb – who managed to stay with the Brit in Dallas last year – she's probably going to be solo through most of the two laps on Saturday. Lotte Wilms (70.3 World Champs) and Sara Perez Sala (Challenge Miami) have shown the potential to perhaps come closest in the water, but the gap to some of the big-name favourites (Ashleigh Gentle, Daniela Ryf, Paula Finlay and co) will be the one of the first points of interest. Of note, is that LCB has spent four weeks training consistently at altitude in Font-Romeu, France to prepare for this race. Her altitude block immediately prior to the 2021 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship helped deliver one of the greatest middle-distance performances ever. If Saturday starts with a gap of significantly more than a minute over those with genuine winning potential, then it'll be advantage Lucy less than 30 minutes into the racing. Lucy Charles-Barclay / IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship 2021 Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images for IRONMAN Where's Kristian and Magnus? For the men's swim, the chances of a lone athlete breaking clear are remote zero. You would expect the likes of Aaron Royle, Alistair Brownlee, Jan Frodeno, Daniel Baekkegard, Ben Kanute and Kyle Smith to be among those within 10/15 seconds entering T1. Will the in-form Jason West make that cut here? Key questions will be: How close will IRONMAN 70.3 World Champion, Krsitian Blummenfelt be? And what deficit will Denmark's Magnus Ditlev have to make up? The Dane won't be at the front, but is a better swimmer than I think many give him credit for. If he enters T1 within say a minute or so of the leaders, he's right where he needs to be. Significantly less, and he'll be smiling as he starts dropping the watt bombs on the bike! Group dynamics Once we are onto the bikes – and with memories of 2022 still vivid – how groups on the bike are monitored and policed will, I think, be key to how the race plays out. Nobody wants to see drafting penalties issued – but equally, we want to see racing within the rules too. That's as much to do with the athletes, as it is the Technical Officials. Looking at the bike course, it's basically a straight line, out-and-back course, which starts with a steady incline of just over 5km. The latter, perhaps, may help thin the field out early, while the nature of the route should help make maintaining a legal distance easy (and easier to spot). We'll see how this plays out – and hopefully we won't even need to reference it post-race. Breakaway? Who'll make – or be able to make – a move on the bike? I don't think that's going to come via bike handling skills – this is not Nice, France for example – but if we take the men first, who'll be able to get away? The lack of Sam Laidlow means one less ‘go from the gun' athlete with proven bike ability, but it feels unlikely that Brownlee, Kanute, Frodeno and co. will be playing it safe, with the likes of Blummenfelt and Ditlev probably not far behind. Kristian is confident he can win on the run if needed. That remains to be proven, but nobody is going to be waiting around to make it any easier for him. I think that points to any lead group from the swim being whittled down via sustained pressure, but if I had to make a prediction, I think we'll see a small and very select group entering T2 separated by 10-15 seconds. In typical fashion, I expect Lucy Charles-Barclay to lead for at least a significant proportion of this race, solo. If she's on St George 2021 form, that could be all the way to the finish line. As one of the few top female athletes not to have raced this year, she's been relatively quiet in media headline terms – but her competition will surely not have forgotten her abilities. With some of the greatest runners we've ever seen in action here – Anne Haug, Chelsea Sodaro, Tamara Jewett and Emma Pallant-Browne – that all points to Daniela Ryf and Paula Findlay in particular leading the charge to join LCB up front. Without Taylor Knibb as a potential partner at the front, if LCB finds Ryf and Findlay riding well and bridging up without those ‘runners', I think she'll be more than content with that company. Who's got the run legs? We've talked at length in the lead-up to this race about the strength-in-depth of the fields. We know we have some of the best runners in the history of the sport racing, but who can produce it against this level of competition, especially when the swim and bike will surely be raced in aggressive fashion in both the men's and women's fields? I don't foresee anyone starting their 18km feeling fresh – remember what happened to Blummenfelt, Laidlow and Brownlee at the Canadian Open?! Most peoples' wildcard for the men's race is Jason West, for example. A well-earned position, courtesy of his form this year at CLASH Miami and 70.3 Oceanside, each producing headline-grabbing run splits. Will he be in a position at T2 to put that to potentially race-winning use? Frodeno and Brownlee are two of the most decorated athletes of all time, but what have they got left in their running legs? Similar situation for the women. Tamara Jewett's run prowess is not new, but Oceanside was the first time that had resulted in a win against some of the biggest names in the sport. This is another step up. Anne Haug has used her run speed to podium in almost every non-drafting race she starts – is Tamara there, just yet? https://www.tri247.com/triathlon-news/elite/pto-tour-european-open-start-list-bib-numbers-pro-men https://www.tri247.com/triathlon-news/elite/pto-tour-european-open-start-list-bib-numbers-pro-women Taylor Knibb on stress fracture rehab By Jonathan Turner News Director 20 Apr 2023 American star Taylor Knibb is back firing on all cylinders after an extended injury layoff. She launched her YouTube channel this week (video embedded below) with a detailed rundown of the healing process – and frighteningly for her rivals she appears to have produced that astonishing performance to win the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship last October in spite of her foot issues. Talking through the timeline and the details of the injury which has kept her on the sidelines since November's WTCS finale in Abu Dhabi, she explained how the problem first emerged: “I was prepping for WTCS Leeds [which took place in early June] and I felt something in my foot and was diagnosed with a stress reaction. “I was told two to six weeks and you'll be back, it's really minor. One surgeon even said I wouldn't have even stopped you from running with that minor an edema. “But it wasn't healing and finally at 11 weeks I saw a doctor and he said you can start running now because if it's not healed, it's not going to heal. “So I started racing in the fall – I raced Dallas, Cagliari and then the 70.3 Worlds, Bermuda and Abu Dhabi. And that quintet of races saw some superb performances – she picked up a second, third and fourth in the WTCS events, led for much of the PTO US Open in Dallas before being overhauled by Ashleigh Gentle and then produced that masterclass in St George where she left the world's best trailing in her wake. But taking up the story after that busy spell of racing, Knibb revealed: “Then I took a little break and it turns out that my foot was not healed. So I got an MRI and it was now a stress fracture, with a CT scan showing a fracture line. “So then my options were I could rest it fully and hope it would heal and that I think would be eight weeks of nothing in a boot – no weight bearing, no training whatsoever. “Or I could get surgery and I opted for that and got a screw put in my fifth metatarsal on January 3rd.” From that point onwards it's all been about the recovery process, something that the 25-year-old freely admits has been “very challenging”. She explained: “Because the incision point is directly to the bone I had to be very careful and wait until it had healed before starting swimming again or doing anything. “I did get to do strength training with Erin [Carson] which helped my sanity a lot – I wanted to go in the day after surgery, I think she said no to that but it was maybe two days after I was back working with her. “It was four weeks before I was cleared to do some easy swimming and biking and built it up gradually. “But I'm back fully swimming and biking and adding the running in now.” She goes into detail on the video about how even getting back outside has been a big boost and what she might do differently in the future, saying: “It was tough but I think that I have learned a lot from it and I think if I were to do it again I would focus on what you need to do [rather than what you can't]. “It was very challenging and I'm very grateful for the people around me because I know I was not fun to be around some days. But it's a period of time that's hopefully closed now.” The defence of her 70.3 Worlds title in Finland in late August is the big priority for 2023 and we look forward to seeing her back on the start line soon – and hopefully producing more YouTube videos too! What's New in the 303: Bicycle Colorado Event Support April 28 at 12:30 PM · The Lookout Mountain Hill Climb is in danger of cancellation due to low pre-registration numbers. At this point, they cannot cover the costs of the event. Please register here to support this iconic event: https://www.bikereg.com/racer-x-cycling-lookout-mountain.... Thank you all for constructive comments. For new racers, most events have a 'Race Flyer' which holds all relevant information for an event. Race Flyers can be found on the BC website within the event listing: https://www.bicyclecolorado.org/.../lookout-mountain.../. 'Race groups' or 'categories' are a structure to classify athletes. This category structure is in place to an effort to make events safer and more balanced. Beginners start at Category 5 and progress toward Category 1 through participation and earning results in races. A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE VELODROME The Boulder Valley Velodrome is a 250-meter wooden cycling track in Erie, Colorado which for 5 years served as a training ground for Olympians, and a place of discovery and excitement for those new to track cycling. Founded by Frank Banta and Doug Emerson and designed by renowned track architect Peter Junek, Boulder Valley Velodrome is an Olympic-caliber track that boasts the angles and altitude for some of North America's best riding. The property was acquired in 2008, construction began in 2011, and the track opened in 2013. In 2013, a week away from opening, 70m of the track was destroyed by a tornado. Then, after a month's worth of repairs, lightning struck in the same spot. That was the month of the disastrous Boulder flood. Over its 5 years of operation, the velodrome hosted numerous national and international cycling events and was a popular destination for anyone from Olympians to amateur cyclists and families – really anyone with the need for speed. The facility was put up for sale in 2019 and has since fallen into disrepair. In 2020, a group of dedicated cycling enthusiasts launched a campaign to resurrect the velodrome and restore it to its former glory. Their efforts have included fundraising through GoFundMe, seeking sponsorships, and recruiting volunteers to help with the restoration work. The goal of the campaign is to create a world-class cycling destination that will attract riders from all over the world and help to promote the sport of cycling. With the support of the community, the Boulder Valley Velodrome is poised to once again become a vibrant center of cycling culture and competition. The Boulder Valley Velodrome's story is, and will always be, a story of passion, perseverance, and community. Out of the 26 velodromes in the country, the Boulder Valley Velodrome is one of just two tracks that meet Olympic standards. For press inquiries, please contact email@example.com. Boulder 70.3 - Don't Delay! Only 200 spots left! IRONMAN announced they only have 200 spots remaining for general registration for IRONMAN 70.3 Boulder in beautiful Colorado. Boulder caters to the outdoor enthusiast and not only provides epic trails and outdoor activities but also world-class dining, shopping, events and craft beer and spirits. Boulder gives you a taste of everything Colorado. IRONMAN 70.3 Boulder | June 10, 2023 Video of the Week: Jan Frodeno, Daniela Ryf: Not Done Yet | Countdown to PTO European Open
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Alex Rodriguez is a businessman and the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of A-Rod Corp, a broad-based investment firm that bets on world-class startups and partners with leading global companies across the real estate, health and wellness, technology, and sports & entertainment industries. While best known as one of the world's greatest athletes (a 14x MLB All-Star and a 2009 World Series Champion with the New York Yankees), for more than 25 years, Alex leads a team of experts building high-growth businesses and is co-owner of the Minnesota Timberwolves. In Today's Episode with Alex Rodriguez 1.) From MLB to Business MVP: How Alex made his transition from one of the world's greatest athletes to the world of business? What does Alex know now that he wishes he had known at the start of his business career? What is Alex running away from? How do his insecurities drive him? 2.) Lessons from Magic Johnson and Warren Buffet: What are some of the single biggest lessons Alex has learned from his time with Warren Buffet? How did Magic Johnson impact Alex's approach to business? What is Magic Johnson's framework? How can others use it as a blueprint for their career? 3.) Alex Rodriguez: The Business Builder and Investor: What has been Alex's single biggest investing hit? What did he learn from it? What has been Alex's single worst investment decision? How did that change his approach? Why is Alex not buying real estate currently? How does he view the future of real estate buying? 4.) Alex Rodriguez: The Father and Son: How did having two daughters impact Alex's approach to business and life? What have been Alex's single biggest lessons from seeing his single mother operate? How does Alex reflect on his own relationship to money? How has it changed?
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Almond grower Dennis Yotsuya has a small orchard in Cortez, California. Through winter sanitation and trapping, he has been able to avoid hull sprays for navel orangeworm in recent years. Yotsuya describes his approach, and the benefits has has seen in reducing damage from the pest. “Even though I didn't spray much, what intrigued me was that once you put a trap out, it works all the time. Whereas the people that are spraying, you had to hit these certain windows of time to be effective. So I thought that was an interesting idea. I knew it was more advantageous to use a product like that.” - Dennis Yotsuya Elonce Peterson created a trap that monitors and traps navel orangeworm females during first flight. The idea came while counting eggs as a field scout for Integral Ag. Peterson wanted an easier way to monitor navel orangeworm activity while providing more accurate and reliable data to growers. In Today's episode:Meet almond grower Dennis Yotsuya; and Elonce Peterson, creator of the female navel orangeworm trapExplore the experiences Yotsuya has had with managing navel orangeworm without having to sprayDiscover Peterson's process in developing the female navel orangeworm trap and the advantages his system offers producersThe Almond Journey Podcast is brought to you by the Almond Board of California. This show explores how growers, handlers, and other stakeholders are making things work in their operations to drive the almond industry forward. Host Tim Hammerich visits with leaders throughout the Central Valley of California and beyond who are finding innovative ways to improve their operations, connect with their communities, and advance the almond industry. ABC recognizes the diverse makeup of the California almond industry and values contributions offered by its growers, handlers, and allied industry members. However, the opinions, services and products discussed in existing and future podcast episodes are by no means an endorsement or recommendation from ABC. The Almond Journey podcast is not an appropriate venue to express opinions on national, state, local or industry politics. As a Federal Marketing Order, the Almond Board of California is prohibited from lobbying or advocating on legislative issues, as well as setting field and market prices.
In Today's news, Brandon Marshall, Ashley Nicole Moss and Corey Holmes react to the Celtics blowing out the 76ers in game 2. The crew also previews the Lakers and Warriors game tonight as well as the games slated for this weekend between the Suns and Nuggets and the Heat and Knicks. Also, Steph Curry and Klay Thompson are set to square off against Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce in The Match, an annual golfing event that will take place in Las Vegas this year. Find out who we have winning in this NBA vs NFL matchup on the green.
The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch
Vince Hankes is a Partner @ Thrive Capital where he has led the firm's investments in OpenAI, Melio, and Airplane.dev. He currently sits on the board of Airtable, Benchling, Lattice, and Melio. Prior to joining Thrive, Vince was an investor at Tiger Global where he learned the craft of venture from the legend that is Lee Fixel. In Today's Episode with Vince Hankes We Discuss: 1. From Tiger Global to Partner @ Thrive Capital: How Vince made his way into the world of investing with Tiger Global? What are 1-2 of his biggest takeaways from working alongside the legendary Lee Fixel? Why did Vince make the move from Tiger to Thrive? How do the two firms differ? 2. The OpenAI Investment: The Memo: How did the OpenAI deal come to be? What were the round dynamics? Market Evaluation: How did Vince and the team analyze the market top down? Competition: Who did Vince identify as the core competitors to OpenAI? Defensibility: How did Vince think through the long-term defensibility of OpenAI's model? Does Vince believe these models will become commoditised? Price: How did Vince and the team get comfortable with the $29BN price? 3. AI: Hype or Generational Defining Transformation: Trend or Transformation: Why does Vince believe AI will be the defining technology of our generation? Startup vs Incumbent: Does Vince think the value will accrue to the incumbent or the startup? Open or Closed: Does Vince think we will operate in a closed (one model rules them all) environment or an open-source environment with many models? AI Talent: Where does Vince think the majority of the best AI talent will concentrate? Speed: Why would Vince be scared if he were a startup today looking at the incumbents? 4. The Changing Investor: Lessons from Good and Bad: How has Vince changed most significantly as an investor over time? What has been his single biggest investing mistake? How did he learn from it? What has been his biggest investing success? How did that change his mindset? What has Thrive done in their org structure to allow them to make bets very few other firms can do?
In Today's news, Brandon Marshall, Ashley Nicole Moss and Corey Holmes react to Joel Embiid securing this year's MVP award and pinpoint his defining moments. The crew speaks on the Lakers taking game 1 at Golden State and the Knicks tying up the series in game 2 versus the Heat. Also, yesterday Aaron Rodgers compared new Jets teammate Garrett Wilson to Devante Adams?
In Today's news, Brandon Marshall, Ashley Nicole Moss and Corey Holmes discuss James Harden's huge night against the Celtics, the Nuggets taking game two against the Suns and the latest update on WR DeAndre Hopkin.
In Today's episode Katie, Grace, & EJ Talk about 4x14 of 911 Lone Star titled "Tongues out" A lot happened in this episode from Owen recruiting Paul to help prove Kendra's maybe innocence to some drama at Tommy's church. Be sure to let us know your thoughts on the episode, be sure to chat with us on discord, dm us on our socials, share your thoughts on our google forms that we tweet out every week after lone star airs, or email us your thoughts. We love reacting to your thoughts as well. Our email is firstname.lastname@example.org (please be sure to write "911 lone star episode thoughts" in the subject line) Be sure to follow the podcast on Instagram, Twitter, Tiktok & Facebook @911lsroundup We are also are also on youtube search 911 lone star round up to watch audio version of the podcast and please subscribe https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGkCddGsHvEt7Ocyrt90qoA/videos Also Join our discord server where we can chat all things 911 lone star & more https://discord.com/invite/RA8z4XNQhg Also, be sure to follow us on our own socials so we can talk more Katie: @fortheloveoftarlos on Instagram & TikTok @forloveoftarlos on Twitter EJ: @ej8302 on Instagram & Twitter Grace: @ronen-rafa_911 on Instagram & @sheepgirl31 on Twitter Thanks again guys so much for listening & We will see you next Tuesday for a brand new episode where we will talk 4x15 of Lone Star. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/911lonestarroundup/message
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In this week's episode of the Old Souls & Seekers podcast, we're excited to bring you a conversation around self-sabotage. You'll learn all about why self-sabotage happens, what to do about it, how to shift your perspective, and most importantly how to heal the parts that have kept you stuck in the loop so that you can finally break free. In Today's Episode: Why We Self-Sabotage And What We Can Do About It Understanding The Mechanisms Of Self-Sabotage Powerful Shifts In Perspective Around Self-Sabotage How To Heal Self-Sabotage And Break Free From The Loop How To Get A Big Breakthrough Around Self-Sabotage in The Next 7 Weeks ....And MUCH MORE! Most of us have experienced self-sabotage in one way or another and what sets self-sabotage apart from making mistakes and having failures in life is that self-sabotage is something you do even though you in the back of your mind know that it is causing you harm and stopping you from achieving success. There's no area of your life that you can master without putting focus, attention and work towards it. You gotta show up and be in the practice Guy Ferdman So, if we are honest, even though we know that we are creating the self-sabotage ourselves isn't it strange why it still keeps happening? Why is it that we get stuck in these loops and more importantly how do we actually break out of them? These are some of the questions we will answer. Whether it is in your relationships, around your finances, or in your mental or physical health, self-sabotage can be extra hard to deal with since it can create shame and guilt knowing that you're causing it to yourself. We will address this and help give you tools that will heal the parts for good. In today's episode, you'll get the insights and tools so that you can finally break free from your self-sabotage loops, and we will give you powerful practices that help you heal at the root cause level - so that you will be free to live the life you truly want. Tune in! Episode Timestamps: 02.00 Awesome client wins 05.00 Join the free 28-day meditation challenge 11.00 Introduction to self-sabotage 18.00 Why self-sabotage happens 29.00 Self-sabotage has a purpose 41.00 The only way that helps to heal your self-sabotage 55.00 Hear from our clients the transformations they've had working with us Healing is not a matter of letting things go that no longer works for you. It's about grabbing those things and compassionatly reintegrating them into the body. So that they are no longer acting from sabotage Guy Ferdman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Hey, Sista-friend! Are you ready for quick little boundaries 101 bootcamp? In Today's episode, I'm giving you a quick tutorial on what boundaries to set and when to set them, so you can improve in the area of time management, be more productive and kick overwhelm to the curb. Get ready for mindset reframes and tactical takeaways. Let's do it. Featured Client's Testimonial: “Honestly, growing through everything with Erika helped me look at how I was spending or misusing my time and energy. I will continue to use the tools she walked me through in everyday life, especially when life gets messy and blurred. I know I can always hit a reset. I am no longer sending my time scrolling social media as a stress reliever. The time blocking helps me fit tasks into my day without having to be frazzled by a quick shuffle of events. Erika is an excellent person to work with, she truly becomes a sister in Christ that's honest and a blessing through the struggle.” - Ambar - Listen to Related Episodes: Episode 150: Time Management Basics: Where Do I Start As An Overwhelmed Christian Woman? Episode 151: Time Management Basics: Prioritize Like A Pro & Say Goodbye To Overwhelm As A Christian Woman Resource: Want to learn the building blocks of effective time management & know exactly what's needed for Christ-centered productivity? Join the FREE LIVE WORKSHOP on May 17th @ 1 PM EST / 10 AM PST. Register here >>> herrenewedstrength.com/freeworkshop Connect with Me! Facebook: @emdiazcastro Website: herrenewedstrength.com Thank you so much for listening! If you love today's episode, the best way you can show love and support is to leave a 5-star rating & a written review on the podcast. This helps other Christian women who want the same support and valuable content find the show.