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Inside the Wires | Platform Tennis and Paddle podcast
S3 E6 Demian Johnston of the APTA - PTI, volunteering and all you want to know!

Inside the Wires | Platform Tennis and Paddle podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 30:39


We're pleased to have Demian on the show this week. One of the many volunteers who dedicates countless hours to make everything run smoothly for players to just be able to "go out on the court and play". Demian talks about Fairfield County CT paddle and everyone's favorite topic, PTI! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/insidethewires/message

Leafs Lunch
Johnston on Woll starting vs Sharks, when Mrazek and Mikheyev may return and more

Leafs Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 20:35


TSN Hockey Insider Chris Johnston joins Leafs Lunch to discuss when Mrazek and Mikheyev may return, if Jim Benning has authority to make changes right now, and which two NHL players he'd like see go up against each other in the hockey equivalent of The Match.

Erin Keam's Conversations about Closets with my Closest 1000 friends.
Lynnaire Johnston, LinkedIn Guru from wordwizard.co.nz on her latest best seller, the importance of a company page, dressing up and clay hillsides.

Erin Keam's Conversations about Closets with my Closest 1000 friends.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 36:28


Lynnaire Johnston is a Dunedin-based LinkedIn expert, ranked No.1 in the country and the author of two books on the subject. She runs Word Wizard, a communications consultancy focusing on LinkedIn marketing. Lynnaire started out as a reporter, news reader and announcer for Radio Hauraki. She worked in radio both here and overseas in the early part of her career but went on to feature writing and editor roles in the beauty, not-for-profit, and - however unlikely - automotive industries. She's interviewed many famous, interesting and successful people but on balance prefers the stories of how everyday Kiwis and those in her LinkedIn network overcome the challenges in their lives. When not on LinkedIn, Lynnaire can be found in her steep hillside garden which she has created from scratch in just three years. ------ About Erin Keam Erin Keam is a Kiwi living in Seattle who works with women solopreneurs to create their ideal life and achieve their vision. She combines her 23 years' experience mentoring and being mentored in the recovery field with her career in marketing, film, media, TV, advertising, real estate and customer service (and a passion for fashion) to be a trusted source for solutions to what is getting between you and the life you want. She offers two paths to progress. One is her unique LifeStyle Statement sessions, in which women uncover their personal themes which are distilled into a one-of-a-kind Statement which can then be taken to every area of their life from wardrobe to relationships to their business to their career and their home. The other are her “pressure relief” mini-intensives where the focus is on moving closer to your vision through exploring and tackling personal and marketing issues which are keeping you stuck, whether clarifying your website's message to your clients, looking at how you spend your time and money, decluttering (mental and physical), dressing as who you want to be, assessing the first impression your media and home office make on your ideal clients and creating action plans to get you the life you want. When she's not doing this, she's interviewing women entrepreneurs on her podcast Conversations About Closets With My Closet 1000 Friends, about what they do, why and what they love about it, with one or two questions in there about clothing (there's that passion for fashion!). Female-identifying (or non-binary) and want to be a guest? Book here! You can find out more on her website erinkeam.comShe would love to connect with you on Instagram or LinkedIn or Facebook. Hey, Koa Club members! Something getting between you and your goals? Often, all we need is someone to hold space while we talk through what's keeping us stuck and the solution presents itself. Book a Talk it Out Call here with Erin. If you want an action step, she'll suggest one. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/erin-keam/support

Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein
Podcast of “Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein” – 11/29/2021 - Nicole DeJoris, Chris Craddock and Augie Johnston

Get Down To Business with Shalom Klein

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 40:14


Join Shalom Klein on his weekly radio show, Get Down To Business with guests: Nicole DeJoris Chris Craddock Augie Johnston

Divorcing Well
Rewriting Your Divorce Narrative From Victim To Warrior With Melissa Johnston

Divorcing Well

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 37:58


In this weeks episode of Divorcing Well, I chat with Intuitive Consultant and Personal Development Coach, Melissa Johnston about how to change your divorce narrative from one of victim to one of an empowered warrior. Melissa also discusses her own divorce story and how the legal system made her feel like a victim, being “disposed of” by two different legal aid lawyers, and how she found her voice. She also discusses the tools she uses to help clients including DivorceHack Clearing Statements which I think are wonderful. In addition, Melissa has kindly provided listeners with a gift. Please go to https://linktr.ee/Nirvanacollective to receive your free gift from Melissa. To contact Melissa, you can find her here: Intuitive Consulting | Nirvana Collective (teachable.com)

Rhody Radio: RI Library Radio Online
Talking Turkey with Baffoni's Poultry Farm

Rhody Radio: RI Library Radio Online

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 17:57


In honor of Thanksgiving Week, Rhody Radio contributor Nicolette Baffoni sat down with her father, Joseph Baffoni to discuss Baffoni's Poultry Farm in Johnston. Founded by Giuseppe Baffoni in 1935 and run by four generations of family, the farm raises chickens and turkeys, processes poultry in a USDA certified facility and sells poultry and eggs across Rhode Island. Visit Baffoni's Poultry Farm to learn more. Content warning: animal death. For more information on the Rhode Island Red, visit Rhode Tour: The Rhode Island Red Monument by Abilgail Ettelman . For a comprehensive list of local farms, visit FarmFresh RI. Episode Music Decision by MichaelKobrin from Pixabay --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rhodyradio/message

Fact or Fiction: A Mostly-True Crime History Podcast
Fact or Fiction : Author Series presents Bryan Johnston

Fact or Fiction: A Mostly-True Crime History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 51:47


In this episode of Fact or Fiction: Author Series, Bryan Johnston, author of Deep in the Woods shares the story of the 1935 kidnapping of George Weyerhaeuser, but he adds one fictional detail.  Will I guess it?  Will you?Play along with me and then order a copy of Deep in the Woods to learn all the stranger-than-fiction details about the kidnapping, the kidnappers, and the rest of the story.

Josh Swallows Broadway
Ep54 - Debra Sperling: The Meryl Streep of Voice Over

Josh Swallows Broadway

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 49:21


You've heard her voice. You really have. She's been the voice of Cascade, Pampers, Johnson & Johnston, Kelloggs, Weight Watchers, the Oxygen Network, Discovery, VH1, bla bla bla I can't type as fast as Josh is rattling this off so just listen to the episode. She is amazing, they play some AMAZING VO improv games, and there's lots of love an adoration sent back and forth. Find out more at https://www.debrasperling.com/about Produced by Alan Seales and Elizabeth Wheless. A proud member of the Broadway Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Evidence Locker True Crime
BONUS: Interview with Bryan Johnston, author of Deep in the Woods

Evidence Locker True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 23:56


After exploring the Weyerhaeuser kidnapping in episode 161 last week, we bring you this phone conversation Noel had with author Bryan Johnstone. Washington native, Bryan stumbled across one of the most interesting stories from the 1930s in his local state. In this bonus episode, Bryan talks about researching the case and recounts his interview with George Weyerhaeuser himself. Buy the book: Website: Bryan R Johnston Amazon: Deep in the Woods: The 1935 Kidnapping of Nine-Year-Old George Weyerhaeuser, Heir to America's Mightiest Timber Dynasty  For pictures and more information, join us on Facebook Want to support our podcast? Visit our page at Patreon For a full list of resources and credits visit Evidence Locker Website For all sponsor discount codes, visit this page

Prairie Doc Radio
PDR 2021-11-17 Dr. Deb Johnston - Nutrition

Prairie Doc Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 21:05


Dr. Deb Johnston talks about the importance of nutrition and our health. Dr. Johnston also answers questions about high school students and mental health.

The County 10 Podcast
#WhatsHappening: LVFD Fire Chief fills Coffee Time in on the 12th Annual Lander Tree Event, Auction

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 3:32


(Lander, WY) - Lander Volunteer Fire Department (LVFD) Fire Chief Bob Johnston recently sat down at the 1330 KOVE AM / 107.7 FM station and chatted with Coffee Time host Vince Tropea about the 12th Annual Lander Tree Event & Auction, happening tomorrow, Saturday, November 20th. The event will take place at the Lander Community Center, and doors open to the public at 6:30 PM. There will be silent and live auction items, games, pictures with SANTA, and funds raised will go to support the LVFD. Check out the full interview with Johnston for all the details below! Be sure to check out Coffee Time every morning at 9:30 AM on 1330 KOVE AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here.

Leafs Lunch
Johnston on the Leafs' turnaround, Rielly's play since signing his deal and more

Leafs Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 18:52


TSN Hockey Insider Chris Johnston joins Leafs Lunch to discuss the Leafs' turnaround since the game against the Blackhawks, the biggest difference in their play during this 10-1-0 stretch, Connor McDavid's highlight reel goal and Jim Benning's job security.

Honey! I'm Homeschooling The Kids
S5E112: Creating A Culturally Rich Home Learning Environment with Amber O'Neal Johnston

Honey! I'm Homeschooling The Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 60:48


Creating A Culturally Rich Home Learning Environment Amber O'Neal Johnston is a writer, speaker, and Worldschooling Charlotte Mason mama who blends living books with life-giving books and a culturally-rich environment for her four children and others seeking to do the same. She recommends we offer children opportunities to see themselves and others reflected in their lessons and especially throughout their books, and she's known for sharing literary “mirrors and windows” on HeritageMom.com and @heritagemomblog on Instagram. I have followed Amber on social media for a while now and I wanted a chance to know her homeschool story a little more. "Charlotte Mason with an afro" tagline got me pretty quickly. Amber gave me a a chance to ask all of the questions around homeschool life, purpose and creating a culturally rich home learning environment. In This Episode Can you delve into literature, living books and classical history and find examples of people that look you? Do your children find their own likeness reflected back to them in the pages they turn? Not every family can answer yes. But Amber O'Neal Johnston's family is trying to bridging that gap to create an inclusive, culturally rich education. In this episode Amber shared with me the reasons why they first chose to homeschool and why they continue to homeschool. Coming from a family of school administrators, I knew that her choice to homeschool came from deep within the heart, not just the mind. She explained that this was a decision they made for their oldest child. They were uncertain at first if she would fit into the mainstream classroom. After time passed and their family grew, they came to recognize that homeschooling catered to her individual intricacies. But it also highlighted the unique gifts that each of their children brings to them. "It's not what we are going to exclude, it's who we are going to include" Amber and I also explored how their homeschool has become a culturally confirming environment. The importance of raising black kids to love themselves became a central part of their learning life after her daughter told her that "you say that we study important people- and they are all white". She wondered where or if anyone that looks like her has a place in the past, present or future. So along with love and faith, this quickly became a guiding purpose in their learning life. Through the stories they read, the travel they embark on and who they are being in the world, they truly own their own learning. It's "not what we are going to exclude, it's who we are going to include", Amber tells me. I certainly connect with that. If you enjoyed this interview you can find Amber at her blog, HeritageMom.com and on Instagram @heritagemomblog. She offers a wealth of resources to families that are also looking for a more culturally confirming learning environment. I also recommend checking out my episodes with Karema Akilah of The Genius School and Akilah S Richards of Fare of The Free Child. Although Karema and Akilah are Unschoolers, rather than Charlotte Mason homeschoolers, their purpose is similar. Raising black kids to love themselves. And support learners in their diversity and liberation. Would you like to be a bigger part of the podcast? Become a patron~ https://www.patreon.com/honeyimhomeschoolingthekids See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The MindShare Podcast
How to be a Luxury Specialist, with Special Guest, Vice President at Johnston & Daniel Real Estate – Stefani Konidis

The MindShare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 64:10


MindShare101's David Greenspan is joined by Vice President at Johnston & Daniel Real Estate & Managing Broker at Royal LePage Real Estate Services – Stefani KonidisThey discuss how to be a luxury specialist, building a successful referral business, surrounding yourself with people you can learn from,  and much more!This Episode is sponsored by KiTS Keep-in-Touch Systems.Please subscribe, rate the show, and leave a review. You can also get more #MindShare on Facebook @MindShare101 and Instagram @davidgreenspan101. Check out YouTube #MindShare101, and https://mindshare101.com/

Stroke Alert
Stroke Alert November 2021

Stroke Alert

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 28:22


On Episode 10 of the Stroke Alert Podcast, host Dr. Negar Asdaghi highlights two articles from the November 2021 issue of Stroke: “Biomarkers of Coagulation and Inflammation in COVID-19–Associated Ischemic Stroke” and “Treatment-Associated Stroke in Patients Undergoing Endovascular Therapy in the ARUBA Trial.” She also interviews Dr. S. Claiborne Johnston about “Ischemic Benefit and Hemorrhage Risk of Ticagrelor-Aspirin Versus Aspirin in Patients With Acute Ischemic Stroke or Transient Ischemic Attack.” Dr. Negar Asdaghi: 1) What is the net ischemic benefit derived from combination of ticagrelor and aspirin treatment in patients with mild ischemic stroke or transient ischemic attack? 2) Is the ischemic stroke in patients hospitalized with COVID-19 associated with the rise in biomarkers of inflammation and coagulopathy? 3) What are the characteristics associated with periprocedural stroke in patients treated endovascularly for an unruptured AVM? We'll discuss these topics and much more at today's podcast. Stay with us. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        Welcome back to the Stroke Alert Podcast. My name is Negar Asdaghi. I'm an Associate Professor of Neurology at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and your host for the monthly Stroke Alert Podcast. For the November 2021 issue of Stroke, we have a large selection of topics, from peanut consumption reducing the risk of ischemic stroke, and the decline in the rate of progression of coronary atherosclerosis in patients on a Mediterranean diet, to how the efficacy of endovascular thrombectomy diminishes in patients with more pervious thrombus composition, which I encourage you to review in addition to our podcast today. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        Later in the podcast, I have the distinct honor of interviewing Dr. Claiborne Johnston from Dell Medical School at UT Austin on his latest work with data from the THALES trial to clarify the net ischemic benefits derived from a combination of ticagrelor and aspirin therapy in comparison with the risks of hemorrhage associated with this treatment in patients with mild and moderate stroke and TIA. But first with these two articles. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        COVID-19–associated ischemic stroke, or CAIS, is a new term that, unfortunately, stroke physicians need to be familiar with. While acute ischemic stroke can occur in parallel from, say, traditional causes of stroke in patients infected with coronavirus, ischemic stroke and other thrombotic events, such as myocardial infarction, pulmonary embolism, deep vein thrombosis, and acute limb thrombosis, can occur in the setting of overt hyperinflammation and subsequent coagulopathy that is observed in patients hospitalized with severe COVID-19 illness. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        Elevated D-dimer, although quite non-specific, has emerged as a marker of COVID-19–associated coagulopathy, but whether an elevated D-dimer in isolation or in combination with various other inflammatory and coagulation markers is associated with development of acute in-hospital ischemic stroke in those hospitalized with COVID is not known. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        So, in the current issue of the journal, in the article titled "Biomarkers of Coagulation and Inflammation in COVID-19–Associated Ischemic Stroke,” Dr. Charles Esenwa from the Department of Neurology at Montefiore Medical Center and colleagues did an interesting analysis of over 5,000 patients with COVID-19 who were admitted to one of the Montefiore Health System hospitals between March 1, 2020 and May 8, 2020. This was a retrospective analysis, so they had to work with the available biomarkers for each patient and use a machine learning cluster analysis of these biomarkers to divide the patients basically based on five biomarkers to four clusters. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        The following five biomarkers were chosen by this machine learning cluster analysis. These included CRP, D-dimer, LDH, white BC, and PTT. So, they had to come up with some arbitrary rules to exclude biomarkers that were either missing in over 30% of their population, and they also excluded those patients that were hospitalized for a long period of time, and they chose a 30-day hospitalization and over. And they also only used the first reading for each biomarker. Again, these were arbitrary rules that were set forth by the authors, and they found some alarming findings. When they clustered patients based on similarities in these biomarkers, they came up with predicted models for combined thrombotic events and acute ischemic stroke. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        For example, in the cluster where the patients had the highest mean values for CRP, D-dimer, LDH, and white BC, and a relatively low PTT, these patients had the highest prevalence of acute ischemic stroke. They had the highest prevalence of in-hospital strokes and severe strokes and highest percentage of total thrombotic events. In contrast, the cluster with the lowest mean of all of these five biomarkers had no cases of in-hospital acute ischemic strokes; they had the lowest prevalence of composite, all thrombotic events, and patients had the least severe complications. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        So, they also tested the effects of biomarkers individually for prediction of acute ischemic stroke. And it turns out that when they used a lone marker, only D-dimer again was associated with acute ischemic stroke. Very interestingly, D-dimer was specifically elevated in those COVID-19 patients in whom the stroke was ultimately classified as cryptogenic. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        So, what does that mean? That means that it's more likely that a stroke had occurred in the setting of severe COVID-19 hyperinflammatory response, and less likely associated with other classical causes of stroke. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        So, what did we learn overall from this study? Well, hospitalized COVID-19 patients with a combination of high CRP, D-dimer, LDH, and white BC, and slight reduction in their PTT, had a 4.5-fold increase in the risk of in-hospital mortality and a fivefold increase in the risk of in-hospital stroke as compared to the COVID-19 patients with the lowest mean values for all the five biomarkers mentioned above. So, important information to keep in mind as we treat hospitalized COVID-19 patients, and we await more prospective data on this topic. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        Arteriovenous malformations, or AVMs, are congenital vascular lesions that are associated with long-term excess mortality and morbidity, essentially almost all related to their risk of intracerebral hemorrhage. Roughly half the patients with brain AVMs present with intracerebral hemorrhage, resulting in a first-ever hemorrhage rate of about 0.5 per 100,000 person years. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        Annual risk of hemorrhage is estimated at 1 to 4% for all comers with AVMs, but varies significantly, and can be as low as 0.9% in patients with unruptured, superficially located brain AVMs with superficial drainage, but may be as high as over 34% in patients with ruptured, deeply seated brain AVMs with deep venous drainage. So, treatment would entirely be dependent on the type of presentations and characteristics of each patient with an AVM. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        Whether unruptured AVMs should be managed clinically or treated either endovascularly or surgically is the subject of the ARUBA trial that is a randomized trial of unruptured brain AVMs. The enrollment of ARUBA was halted by the study's DSMB board, but medical management was found to be superior to treatment arm for the primary outcome of symptomatic stroke and death. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        Since then, there's been a lot of focus in the literature and comparison of outcomes between treated and untreated patients with unruptured AVMs, but less has been published on characteristics of patients who suffered from periprocedural stroke, an important part of the primary outcome of ARUBA. So, in the current issue of the journal, we have the study titled “Treatment-Associated Stroke in Patients Undergoing Endovascular Therapy in the ARUBA Trial.” Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        Dr. Joshua Burks and colleagues from the Department of Neurosurgery at the University of Miami and colleagues evaluated 64 patients with unruptured AVMs enrolled in the ARUBA trial who underwent endovascular treatment as part of the trial and looked at the characteristics of those who suffered a perioperative stroke, defined as a stroke recorded at or within 48 hours of intervention, as this would represent a direct procedure-related complication rather than sequelae of, say, treated or partially treated AVM itself. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        All patients who initiated endovascular intervention, including attempted interventions in cases where therapy was aborted secondary to technical or anatomical limitations, were included regardless of randomization or subsequent withdrawal from the study beyond 48 hours following the intervention. So, what they found was that 16% of interventions resulted in stroke, 11% hemorrhagic, and 5% ischemic strokes. And they had no perioperative mortality, which is good news. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        In univariate analysis, they found many factors that were more commonly seen in patients that suffered from perioperative stroke as compared to those who did not have a stroke perioperatively. Those factors included, for instance, female sex. Over half of these patients were female. Close to half were enrolled in France. And over 40% of those who suffered a stroke in the perioperative timeframe had Spetzler-Martin grade two AVMs. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        When they accounted for all confounding variables, they found that endovascularly treated unruptured AVMs that are supplied by the posterior cerebral artery cortical feeders and those with Spetzler-Martin grade two and three had a higher perioperative stroke risk as compared to their counterparts without these characteristics. Interestingly, there are also significant geographical disparities in the risk of stroke in that patients treated in the United States or Germany had a significantly lower stroke risk than patients treated in other countries. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        So, what did we learn from this study? There are patients and lesion characteristics that increase the risk of stroke associated with endovascular treatment of unruptured AVMs. The current study suggests that AVMs with cortical arterial feeders from posterior cerebral artery and those with grade two and three Spetzler-Martin were associated with a higher risk of procedural and periprocedural stroke. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        And very importantly, as with every surgical intervention, the risk of a procedure is operator-dependent, as well as center-dependent. And these are important factors to keep in mind as technology evolves and more treatments become available to decide whether to keep or to refer patients with unruptured AVMs to a more experienced center. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        Patients with mild ischemic stroke and transient ischemic attack are at high risk of having recurrent ischemic events, especially in the immediate aftermath of their symptom onset. Early diagnosis and initiation of secondary preventive measures, such as antiplatelet or anticoagulation therapies, in the appropriate setting considerably reduce this recurrent risk. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        Multiple randomized trials have shown that as compared to treatment with a single antiplatelet agent, dual antiplatelet treatment is more effective in reducing the risk of stroke and other major vascular events in the TIA mild stroke population, a benefit that comes with an expected increase in the risk of hemorrhage. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        THALES trial is one of the latest trials to determine the efficacy of dual, which is combination of ticagrelor and aspirin, versus mono-antiplatelet therapy, that is aspirin alone, in eligible patients with non-cardioembolic acute ischemic stroke and TIA. Now, it's important to keep in mind that the primary outcome of THALES is a composite of stroke or death, which included both ischemic and hemorrhagic events. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        Now, it's important to understand that while in the setting of a clinical trial, combining the risks associated with dual antiplatelet therapy, which is hemorrhage, and the potential treatment benefit, that is reduction of recurrent ischemic events, is appropriate as part of the outcome selection. In routine practice, this type of primary outcome can obscure the actual trade-offs between the benefits of dual antiplatelet treatment and its inherent hemorrhagic risk. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        So, in this issue of the journal, in the study titled "Ischemic Benefit and Hemorrhage Risk of Ticagrelor-Aspirin Versus Aspirin in Patients With Acute Ischemic Stroke or Transient Ischemic Attack," the THALES investigators led by Dr. Claiborne Johnston sought to separate the ischemic benefits of combination of ticagrelor and aspirin therapy from its hemorrhagic risks in patients enrolled in the trial. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        I'm joined today by Professor Johnston to discuss the findings of this paper. Dr. Johnston absolutely needs no introduction to the stroke community and our readership. He's a Professor of Neurology at Dell Medical School at the University of Texas at Austin. He's a leader in the field of cerebrovascular disorders, has served as the primary investigator of multiple randomized trials and large prospective studies to evaluate the preventive treatment outcomes in TIA and mild stroke, and has pioneered the development and validation of predictive models for recurrent stroke in this population. He's authored over 700 peer-reviewed manuscripts, has won several awards for research and teaching, and is recognized for his leadership in the field of medicine and healthcare. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        Good morning, Clay. We're delighted that you could join us on the podcast. Dr. S. Claiborne Johnston:           Well, thank you. It's wonderful to be here. Thank you for having me. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        Thank you. So, THALES is an exciting new addition to the most recent trials of dual antiplatelet therapy that studied mostly the role of clopidogrel and aspirin combination therapy. Can you please start us off by telling us why did we need a new trial in a very similar patient population? Dr. S. Claiborne Johnston:           Well, the primary reason was, yes, clopidogrel works in combination with aspirin in the setting, but clopidogrel is actually a prodrug. It requires conversion in the liver to its active form. And polymorphisms in CYP2C19 and Cyt P450 pathways are really common and associated with an inability or limited ability to convert that prodrug into its active form. So, there are a number of people who may not benefit much, if at all, from clopidogrel. So, it's kind of surprising that it works as well as it does. Dr. S. Claiborne Johnston:           Ticagrelor doesn't have that problem. It's not a prodrug. It acts directly on the P2Y12 inhibitor. And so, the hope was that we would have a more consistent and pronounced effect on risk reduction in patients after TIA and mild to moderate strokes. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        Primary efficacy outcome in THALES was different from the primary efficacy outcome chosen for the POINT trial, that was major ischemic events and death from ischemic vascular events, and that of the CHANCE trial, that was a combination of ischemic and hemorrhagic strokes in 90 days. Can you please tell us about the thought process behind choosing this particular primary efficacy outcome in THALES? Dr. S. Claiborne Johnston:           Yeah, so this was encouraged by the regulatory authorities. And so the primary efficacy outcome in THALES is all stroke, hemorrhagic and ischemic, and all death, hemorrhagic and ischemic. And we teased apart just the ischemic etiologies in POINT. Dr. S. Claiborne Johnston:           The rationale was that we were including all the major outcomes that the drug could impact. The problem is that people forget that it includes hemorrhagic events, and then they weigh that efficacy outcome against the safety outcome. And so there's confusion. There's sort of double-counting of safety elements in doing that comparison. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        Okay, great. And now, before we hear about how you disentangled the two safety and efficacy outcomes, can you please remind our listeners about the primary results of THALES, which was published obviously a few months ago? Dr. S. Claiborne Johnston:           Yeah, sure. So, it showed that the combination of ticagrelor and aspirin works. It reduced the stroke and death by about 17% over the 30-day period of treatment. So robust effect. There were some increased hemorrhages, and looking at severe hemorrhage as defined by the GUSTO definition, there was almost a fourfold increase, but it was tiny in absolute terms of 0.4% increase. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        Okay. So, now it's very important, as you mentioned, this disentangling of recurrent ischemic, again, safety from efficacy outcomes. Your current study that is published in the November issue of Stroke clarified these results. And we're excited to hear about those results. Dr. S. Claiborne Johnston:           That's right. So, there were two problems with the way people have interpreted the results of the THALES trial. One is this entanglement of safety events and both efficacy outcome and the safety outcome. The other was the use of relative risks as opposed to absolute risks, because a high relative risk for a rare event is less important than a small relative risk for a more difference between more common events. And so we wanted to deal with both of those issues. Dr. S. Claiborne Johnston:           So, we defined new outcomes that were not entangled. So, we defined major ischemic events, similar to what we had done in POINT, and then we defined major hemorrhage as being basically irreversible hemorrhage, and compared outcomes in the two groups. And what we found was that when we did it that way, for every 1,000 patients treated, we avoided 12 major ischemic events and produced three major hemorrhages. So, about a four-to-one ratio of ischemic benefit to hemorrhage risk. And that was true at various cutpoints for disability. Dr. S. Claiborne Johnston:           So, if we said, "Okay, yes, you had an event, and are you disabled at last follow-up at 30 days?" Then if we said that, there was also a four-to-one difference in disabling events, ischemic versus hemorrhagic. And if we said a two or greater, so moderate disability or worse, it was the same ratio, four-to-one. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        Okay, so four-to-one ratio of benefit. That's an important number to keep in mind. Also reassuring to see that this net clinical benefit or net clinical impact of the combination of therapy was practically the same across all the pre-specified subgroups in the trial. Were you at all surprised by the subgroup analysis? Dr. S. Claiborne Johnston:           Well you know if you do enough subgroup analyses, you're going to find differences, right? And thankfully, we have the looking at interaction terms to keep us honest, but even so, you look at 20 and you're going to have some significant interaction terms, as well. But yeah, it was reassuring that the effects were so consistent across groups. Dr. S. Claiborne Johnston:           I think there's been a tendency to over-interpret results from subgroup analyses. We don't have any evidence to suggest that we should be doing that here. I'm sure we can pick out groups that do better, and we've done that actually. The group with atherosclerosis does particularly well, but is that a chance event or is that real? I think we just have to be super-cautious about subgroup analyses. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        So, absolutely. One of the subgroups that I'm personally very interested in is just the time subgroup. So, all of the patients in THALES were enrolled within the first 24 hours, and the subgroup analysis did not show that there were any differences in terms of the net benefit between those that were enrolled earlier, within the first 12 hours, and those that were enrolled later, between 12 and 24 hours. But in routine clinical practice, we often see patients with TIA and mild stroke actually presented to us later than that timeframe entirely. Should we be giving them dual antiplatelet treatment? Dr. S. Claiborne Johnston:           That's a great question. So, we did an analysis in POINT where we modeled out, would we still have an important significant net benefit if we had started the trial later? And we didn't start the trial later, right? So, this was just pretending like anybody who had an event early on was not in the study in starting at a later timepoint and modeling that out. And basically what we found was that for out to three days, there was still a benefit. And, in fact, if you look at that data and look at those tables, you could even say, even out to five days. Dr. S. Claiborne Johnston:           I would say it's not unreasonable to do that given that the risks are so small and they're going to be even later with later treatment. But I would say, too, that even though we're not seeing greater impact within that first 24 hours versus 12 to 24, it just makes sense with event rates being as great as they are early on that if you don't treat with a preventive medication before an event occurs, it doesn't work. So, it just makes sense that as much as possible we ought to treat people as early as possible after their events. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        Very important findings and things to keep in mind. I want to ask you about the top two takeaway messages from the study. Dr. S. Claiborne Johnston:           One is that there's a favorable benefit-to-risk ratio for ticagrelor/aspirin in mild to moderate actually ischemic stroke and high-risk TIA from THALES. So that would be number one. Dr. S. Claiborne Johnston:           And then number two is watch your endpoints carefully. Think carefully, too, about whether balancing safety to efficacy events really makes sense and also whether focusing on relative risks really makes sense. I would encourage us, even though our journals tend to push us towards relative risks and we're more familiar with those, I'd encourage us to get more comfortable with using absolute risks in the way we look at data, but also in the way we talk to patients about their impact. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        Fair enough. I remember a few years ago, you visited us here at the University of Miami to deliver the annual Cerebrovascular Scheinberg Lecture. And you had mentioned that the idea of dual antiplatelet therapy treatment of patients with TIA mild stroke had come to you many years back when you were still in training, but it took many years for that idea to turn into reality, into randomized trials, and now translated into clinical practice. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        At the time, if you recall, this was right before you went to Europe to present the primary results of POINT at the European conference. And the trial results were not publicly available, so you were sworn to secrecy. You couldn't tell us about the results. It's been a few years since then. You've already completed yet another trial on this topic. Can I ask what's next for you and your team as it pertains to acute treatment of patients with TIA and mild stroke? Dr. S. Claiborne Johnston:           Well, there are a few things. So, CHANCE-2 is a really interesting trial. My role in that was peripheral, just really advisory, but it's an exciting trial. So, basically it's looking at people with those CYP2C19 polymorphisms that I mentioned before, people who don't rapidly and readily convert clopidogrel to its active form, and randomizing them to clopidogrel versus ticagrelor. Dr. S. Claiborne Johnston:           So, it's going to give us some head-to-head data on the two drugs and the people who may benefit the most from ticagrelor. And that is complete, and that will be published in the next few months. So, I that's going to be an important trial in people's thinking about how best to approach these patients. Dr. S. Claiborne Johnston:           The second is, you know, we're not done. We still have a 5% risk of events, even in those three dual antiplatelet therapy. And so we need more agents. And we need to think about secondary prevention extending to other groups as well, just as you said, longer periods of time, more severe strokes, people after thrombolysis/thrombectomy. Those are big groups of patients at extreme risk for secondary events, and we have no agents and no data right now. Dr. S. Claiborne Johnston:           I would be concerned about dual antiplatelet therapy in those patients, just given what we've seen about the risks of hemorrhage in the existing groups, which are again manageable and shouldn't change people's decision about treatment. But for the groups I just mentioned, risks of hemorrhage start to get greater. And so one worries about whether dual antiplatelet therapy's the right thing or whether other agents make more sense. So, yeah, we're interested in looking at other agents, some novel, for those other indications as well. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        Professor Johnston, thank you for your time, and we look forward to covering more of your research in the future. Dr. S. Claiborne Johnston:           Well, thank you. It's been a pleasure. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        Thank you. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        And this concludes our podcast for the November 2021 issue of Stroke. Please be sure to check out the November table of contents for a full list of publications, including two important topical review articles, one on thrombus composition after thrombectomy, and one on pearls and pitfalls of perfusion imaging in acute ischemic stroke, as advanced neuroimaging continues to play a critical role in decision-making for acute stroke therapies. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        Now, speaking of advanced neuroimaging and the immense role that neuroimaging plays in our day-to-day practice, let's take a moment as we end our November podcast to remember how the concept of medical imaging first began over 120 years ago with the discovery of X-ray by German professor of physics Wilhelm Röntgen. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        On Friday, November 8, 1895, while experimenting with electricity, Röntgen accidentally discovered a new kind of rays that he referred to as X-rays. He soon realized that X-rays were capable of passing through most substances, including the soft tissues of the body, but left bones and metals visible. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        One of his earliest photographic plates of his experiments was a film of his wife Bertha's hand with her wedding ring clearly visible. This was the first time that the inside of human body was seen without performing surgery. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        From Röntgen's first X-ray image to the advanced neuroimaging that we review today on our portable devices, I can't help but wonder, what will your accidental discovery on a Friday fall afternoon in November do to advance the field of science and stroke 100 years from now, as we continue to stay alert with Stroke Alert. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:                        This program is copyright of the American Heart Association, 2021. The opinions expressed by speakers in this podcast are their own and not necessarily those of the editors or of the American Heart Association. For more, visit AHAjournals.org.

Hooked On Startups
Important Tips For Video Content Creation With VidChops CEO, Augie Johnston

Hooked On Startups

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 33:34


Video content is a must when you want to promote and market your business. But not everyone has the skills to edit a good quality video. If you're looking to expand your marketing and content creation but not sure how, then VidChops is the solution you're looking for! VidChops is a flat rate video editing service for YouTubers, thought leaders, experts, or anyone looking to create videos online. In this episode, CEO Augie Johnston shares just how they're solving solutions for creators and why you should be investing in your content. Plus, he gives free tips on video content creation you can start applying immediately! Keep your ears glued to learn more!

Kappa Kappa Psi Presents
NIB: Alex Shapiro & Dr. Cynthia Johnston Turner - Pt. 2

Kappa Kappa Psi Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 33:31


Welcome back to Season 4! Join editor & host, Ryan Smith, as we listen to the second part of a recording of a session at Nat Con 2021 in Grand Rapids. This session was a conversation between Alex Shapiro and Dr. Cynthia Johnston Turner, composer of "Suspended" and NIB conductor, respectively.   Transcription available soon. Questions, Comments, Suggestions: smity@kkpsi.org

New Books Network
Stephen Cushman, "The Generals' Civil War: What Their Memoirs Can Teach Us Today" (UNC Press, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 58:37


In the decades following the American Civil War, several of the generals who had laid down their swords picked up their pens and published accounts of their service in the conflict. In The Generals' Civil War: What Their Memoirs Can Teach Us Today (University of North Carolina Press, 2021), Stephen Cushman analyzes a half-dozen of these works to discern the perspectives they provided on the era and the insights they offered about their authors. The publication of the service memoirs proliferated during the Gilded Age, thanks to the increases in literacy and the market for books that this created. Beginning in the 1870s several generals took advantage of the opportunity created by this emergence to recount for profit their time in uniform and justify the decisions they made. As Cushman details, several of these books, such as those of the Confederate general Joseph E. Johnston and Union commander William T. Sherman, contained contrasting views of similar events that, when read together, reflect the process of postwar reconciliation between the former foes. For others, such as Richard Taylor and George McClellan, their accounts served as an opportunity to present themselves as wagers of a more gentlemanly and “humane” war than that subsequently conducted by Sherman and Ulysses Grant. Grant's own memoir proved the greatest successes of the genre, a testament both to his wartime stature and the skills as a writer he developed over the course of his life. The success of Grant's posthumously published book was such that it overshadowed the subsequent release of both McClellan's and Philip Sheridan's memoirs, both of which proved a disappointment for their publisher, Charles L. Webster and Company. Cushman shows how the firm's founder, Mark Twain, exerted an outsized influence on the genre, not only as a publisher but more famously as the editor of Grant's memoirs and as a writer about the war in his own right. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in American Studies
Stephen Cushman, "The Generals' Civil War: What Their Memoirs Can Teach Us Today" (UNC Press, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 58:37


In the decades following the American Civil War, several of the generals who had laid down their swords picked up their pens and published accounts of their service in the conflict. In The Generals' Civil War: What Their Memoirs Can Teach Us Today (University of North Carolina Press, 2021), Stephen Cushman analyzes a half-dozen of these works to discern the perspectives they provided on the era and the insights they offered about their authors. The publication of the service memoirs proliferated during the Gilded Age, thanks to the increases in literacy and the market for books that this created. Beginning in the 1870s several generals took advantage of the opportunity created by this emergence to recount for profit their time in uniform and justify the decisions they made. As Cushman details, several of these books, such as those of the Confederate general Joseph E. Johnston and Union commander William T. Sherman, contained contrasting views of similar events that, when read together, reflect the process of postwar reconciliation between the former foes. For others, such as Richard Taylor and George McClellan, their accounts served as an opportunity to present themselves as wagers of a more gentlemanly and “humane” war than that subsequently conducted by Sherman and Ulysses Grant. Grant's own memoir proved the greatest successes of the genre, a testament both to his wartime stature and the skills as a writer he developed over the course of his life. The success of Grant's posthumously published book was such that it overshadowed the subsequent release of both McClellan's and Philip Sheridan's memoirs, both of which proved a disappointment for their publisher, Charles L. Webster and Company. Cushman shows how the firm's founder, Mark Twain, exerted an outsized influence on the genre, not only as a publisher but more famously as the editor of Grant's memoirs and as a writer about the war in his own right. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in Biography
Stephen Cushman, "The Generals' Civil War: What Their Memoirs Can Teach Us Today" (UNC Press, 2021)

New Books in Biography

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 58:37


In the decades following the American Civil War, several of the generals who had laid down their swords picked up their pens and published accounts of their service in the conflict. In The Generals' Civil War: What Their Memoirs Can Teach Us Today (University of North Carolina Press, 2021), Stephen Cushman analyzes a half-dozen of these works to discern the perspectives they provided on the era and the insights they offered about their authors. The publication of the service memoirs proliferated during the Gilded Age, thanks to the increases in literacy and the market for books that this created. Beginning in the 1870s several generals took advantage of the opportunity created by this emergence to recount for profit their time in uniform and justify the decisions they made. As Cushman details, several of these books, such as those of the Confederate general Joseph E. Johnston and Union commander William T. Sherman, contained contrasting views of similar events that, when read together, reflect the process of postwar reconciliation between the former foes. For others, such as Richard Taylor and George McClellan, their accounts served as an opportunity to present themselves as wagers of a more gentlemanly and “humane” war than that subsequently conducted by Sherman and Ulysses Grant. Grant's own memoir proved the greatest successes of the genre, a testament both to his wartime stature and the skills as a writer he developed over the course of his life. The success of Grant's posthumously published book was such that it overshadowed the subsequent release of both McClellan's and Philip Sheridan's memoirs, both of which proved a disappointment for their publisher, Charles L. Webster and Company. Cushman shows how the firm's founder, Mark Twain, exerted an outsized influence on the genre, not only as a publisher but more famously as the editor of Grant's memoirs and as a writer about the war in his own right. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/biography

New Books in History
Stephen Cushman, "The Generals' Civil War: What Their Memoirs Can Teach Us Today" (UNC Press, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 58:37


In the decades following the American Civil War, several of the generals who had laid down their swords picked up their pens and published accounts of their service in the conflict. In The Generals' Civil War: What Their Memoirs Can Teach Us Today (University of North Carolina Press, 2021), Stephen Cushman analyzes a half-dozen of these works to discern the perspectives they provided on the era and the insights they offered about their authors. The publication of the service memoirs proliferated during the Gilded Age, thanks to the increases in literacy and the market for books that this created. Beginning in the 1870s several generals took advantage of the opportunity created by this emergence to recount for profit their time in uniform and justify the decisions they made. As Cushman details, several of these books, such as those of the Confederate general Joseph E. Johnston and Union commander William T. Sherman, contained contrasting views of similar events that, when read together, reflect the process of postwar reconciliation between the former foes. For others, such as Richard Taylor and George McClellan, their accounts served as an opportunity to present themselves as wagers of a more gentlemanly and “humane” war than that subsequently conducted by Sherman and Ulysses Grant. Grant's own memoir proved the greatest successes of the genre, a testament both to his wartime stature and the skills as a writer he developed over the course of his life. The success of Grant's posthumously published book was such that it overshadowed the subsequent release of both McClellan's and Philip Sheridan's memoirs, both of which proved a disappointment for their publisher, Charles L. Webster and Company. Cushman shows how the firm's founder, Mark Twain, exerted an outsized influence on the genre, not only as a publisher but more famously as the editor of Grant's memoirs and as a writer about the war in his own right. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Literary Studies
Stephen Cushman, "The Generals' Civil War: What Their Memoirs Can Teach Us Today" (UNC Press, 2021)

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 58:37


In the decades following the American Civil War, several of the generals who had laid down their swords picked up their pens and published accounts of their service in the conflict. In The Generals' Civil War: What Their Memoirs Can Teach Us Today (University of North Carolina Press, 2021), Stephen Cushman analyzes a half-dozen of these works to discern the perspectives they provided on the era and the insights they offered about their authors. The publication of the service memoirs proliferated during the Gilded Age, thanks to the increases in literacy and the market for books that this created. Beginning in the 1870s several generals took advantage of the opportunity created by this emergence to recount for profit their time in uniform and justify the decisions they made. As Cushman details, several of these books, such as those of the Confederate general Joseph E. Johnston and Union commander William T. Sherman, contained contrasting views of similar events that, when read together, reflect the process of postwar reconciliation between the former foes. For others, such as Richard Taylor and George McClellan, their accounts served as an opportunity to present themselves as wagers of a more gentlemanly and “humane” war than that subsequently conducted by Sherman and Ulysses Grant. Grant's own memoir proved the greatest successes of the genre, a testament both to his wartime stature and the skills as a writer he developed over the course of his life. The success of Grant's posthumously published book was such that it overshadowed the subsequent release of both McClellan's and Philip Sheridan's memoirs, both of which proved a disappointment for their publisher, Charles L. Webster and Company. Cushman shows how the firm's founder, Mark Twain, exerted an outsized influence on the genre, not only as a publisher but more famously as the editor of Grant's memoirs and as a writer about the war in his own right. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

Scrambling with Dylan Otto
Episode 58: Ryggs Johnston (Arizona State University Golfer)

Scrambling with Dylan Otto

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 42:13


This week's episode of Scrambling with Dylan Otto features Arizona State University golfer Ryggs Johnston.  Ryggs talks about how his parents bought a set of plastic golf clubs for him when he was 2 years old and the success he had at such a young age like qualifying for the 2015 U.S. AM.  Johnston goes in depth on what the program is like at ASU and the kind of resources they have access to like their practice facilities called "the Bird" and much more.  Ryggs is a very talented player who knows what it's like to win from a young age and is looking to do all he can for the Sun Devils the rest of his college career.  Enjoy the show!

Leafs Lunch
Johnston on state of Leafs' blueline, if Oilers could be in market for a goalie and more

Leafs Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 18:35


TSN Hockey Insider Chris Johnston joins Leafs Lunch to discuss if it will be tough for Travis Dermott to get back in the lineup, who may start for the Leafs Saturday, another three-point night for Leon Draisaitl and if the Oilers could be in the market for a goalie with Mike Smith's injury setback, and what the temperature is like in Vancouver right now.

Eagles Brawl
Philly Sports with Giovanni - E53: Former Eagle, and current Texans punter, Cam Johnston joins the show

Eagles Brawl

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 10:04


Eagles Unfiltered presents another edition of Philly Sports with Giovanni. In today's episode, Giovanni Hamilton is joined by former Eagles punter and current punter for the Houston Texans Cam Johnston. The two catch up and talk Cam's career and journey in the NFL.Eagles Unfiltered is powered by Eagle Maven of Sports Illustrated and featured on Bleav Podcast Network. Follow the site for nonstop coverage on the Philadelphia Eagles: https://si.com/NFL/EaglesThe show is brought to you by BetOnline.AG and MANSCAPED.comLink to find information about the show: https://solo.to/eaglesunfilteredSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Kappa Kappa Psi Presents
NIB: Alex Shapiro & Dr. Cynthia Johnston Turner - Pt. 1

Kappa Kappa Psi Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 34:08


Welcome back to Season 4! Join editor & host, Ryan Smith, as we listen to the first part of a recording of a session at Nat Con 2021 in Grand Rapids. This session was a conversation between Alex Shapiro and Dr. Cynthia Johnston Turner, composer of "Suspended" and NIB conductor, respectively.   Transcription available soon. Questions, Comments, Suggestions: smity@kkpsi.org

Walking Distance
#19 | Walking Toward Peace ft. Cindy Ross & Travis Johnston

Walking Distance

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 39:00


In this episode of Walking Distance presented by The Trek and hosted by Blissful Hiker (Alison Young), we are joined by Cindy Ross, a Triple-Crowner, writer, artist and speaker, and Travis Johnston, a Triple-Crowner and veteran. Cindy Ross has authored books about her own adventures on the trail, but her newest, Walking Toward Peace, highlights 25 veterans and their stories of the trail. Cindy and her husband run a nonprofit called River House PA that helps veterans suffering from trauma. Travis is a veteran who became a Triple-Crowner after serving in Afghanistan, starting with hiking the Appalachian Trail in the memory of Zach Adamson, his friend and assistant gunner. Blissful Hiker covers the stories of veterans in Cindy's book Walking Toward Peace, Travis's experience hiking as a veteran, and how healing the outdoors can be. Garage Grown Gear discount code: Use code “distance10” to save 10% at garagegrowngear.com.  Gossamer Gear discount code: Use code “walkingdistance” to save 15% off your cart at GossamerGear.com. Interview with Cindy Ross 1:38 - Background on Cindy Ross 2:50 - How did you get started in working with veterans outdoors? 3:57 - How did you go about chronicling the stories of these veterans? 4:45 - Was trusting each other an issue? 6:40 - You introduce several ideas in the book Walking Toward Peace, from veterans about hyper-engagement while walking trails in particular. Can you talk about that? 8:20 - In the book you introduce us one by one to these people using the trails, and one person is Earl Shaffer, the first person to hike the AT, who made mindfulness a thing before it was a thing. One thing you talk about that I found interesting, is that people go outdoors to heal and accept the past, not to forget. 9:50 - I also found Eileen's story interesting in your book. She didn't need to get away from her combat experience necessarily, she needed to recreate the sense of being focused and purposeful. I found that surprising, that she needed the trail for some type of reason to be. 11:17 - I know I've quoted you saying that “the puzzle pieces don't fit coming back,” as after doing two thru-hikes, I know I've felt very strange coming home, like everything else has stayed the same, but you've changed. 11:38 - You bring up the idea that nature instills awe in us, in a manner that disallows arrogance and entitlement. Do you think that kind of awe helps vets who are suffering from PTSD or guilt? 13:19 - How have the vets changed you and your attitude towards trails? Interview with Travis Johnston 17:45 - Background on Travis Johnston 18:26 - Can you talk about Zach Adamson? 21:33 - You said there are differences between military veterans and thru-hikers, in what ways? 22:30 - Would you say it was the people you met that led you to hike the Appalachian Trail yourself, or was it mostly in memory of Zach? 24:06 - You describe him as not practicing leave no trace, because his spirit is everywhere on the trail. 24:30 - You're now a triple-crowner. What do you think is unique about backpacking that invites healing? 26:26 - You mention enjoying the present moment, but also the future and planning for it, and appreciating being alive while you're walking. Did you notice a progression when you went from the Appalachian Trail to the Pacific Crest Trail, and then the CDT? 29:04 - You carried over 60 lbs as a ranger, so you were fit when you started the trail. 30:10 - What was the hardest part about hiking? Was it being alone or making friends, trusting people? 33:24 - You meet your wife on the PCT. How did you meet, and were you ready to meet her? 34:06 - You talked about how when you were at Zach Adamson's funeral, how different the ranger friends were from the trail friends. Do you feel like you transformed a bit into these “tree hugger friends” as you called them? 37:14 - Veteran Resources Mentioned in this episode: Cindy Ross' website Cindy Ross' books River House PA on Facebook Warrior Expeditions Outdoor Buddies Tina Mullen's review of Walking Toward Peace Get all of the Walking Distance Podcast episodes. About Alison Young Alison Young, aka Blissful Hiker, is a former host and producer at American Public Media and professional flutist. She's thru-hiked New Zealand's Te Araroa and the Pacific Crest Trail, as well as long trails in South America, South Africa, Europe, Pakistan and all over the US. In her podcast Blissful Hiker, she shares personal essays from the trail along with collected sound. Her goal in life is to hike until she drops. Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes (and please leave us a review)!  Find us on Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts. Follow Walking Distance on Facebook and Instagram. Follow The Trek on YouTube.

808 Podcast
#171 Grady Johnston - Aireagóir

808 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 8:26


Grady Johnston the CEO of Aireagóir shares how to make sure your cloud techology is complaint Get more info at https://www.Aireagoir.com/

The Plaidcast
254: Tonya Johnston with Piper Klemm by Taylor, Harris Insurance Services

The Plaidcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 56:11


On today's show Tonya talks about my her own personal preparation and mental skills routine in relation to how she got ready for a successful outing at the Capital Challenge horse show. Piper Klemm joins the show today to help Tonya describe and illustrate her mental skills approach as an example of a rider going after a long-term goal.Guests and Links Plaidcast Episode 254:Host: Tonya Johnston, Visit her Website, Facebook and buy her book Inside Your RideTitle Sponsor: Taylor, Harris Insurance Services, THISPhoto: Tonya Johnston & Galactic, credit Shawn McMillenGuest: Piper Klemm of The Plaid Horse MagazineSubscribe To: The Plaid Horse MagazineEquestrian College Courses with Dr. KlemmShop The Plaid Horse store for TPH ApparelSponsors: Legends Horse Feed, Show Strides Book Series, Grayson Jockey Club Research Foundation, Vitalize Blazin, Excel SupplementsSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=87421)

Leafs Lunch
Johnston on if Leafs are trying to move a defenceman & if Campbell could price himself out of Toronto

Leafs Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 15:57


TSN Hockey Insider Chris Johnston joins Leafs Lunch to discuss Jack Campbell standing on his ahead against the Lightning, why he doesn't think the Leafs and Campbell's agent will talk negotiations during the season, if the Leafs are looking at moving a defenceman and what supplemental discipline Mikhail Sergachev may face for his hit on Marner.

All Shows Feed | Horse Radio Network
Plaidcast 254: Tonya Johnston with Piper Klemm by Taylor, Harris Insurance Services

All Shows Feed | Horse Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 56:11


On today's show Tonya talks about my her own personal preparation and mental skills routine in relation to how she got ready for a successful outing at the Capital Challenge horse show. Piper Klemm joins the show today to help Tonya describe and illustrate her mental skills approach as an example of a rider going after a long-term goal.Guests and Links Plaidcast Episode 254:Host: Tonya Johnston, Visit her Website, Facebook and buy her book Inside Your RideTitle Sponsor: Taylor, Harris Insurance Services, THISPhoto: Tonya Johnston & Galactic, credit Shawn McMillenGuest: Piper Klemm of The Plaid Horse MagazineSubscribe To: The Plaid Horse MagazineEquestrian College Courses with Dr. KlemmShop The Plaid Horse store for TPH ApparelSponsors: Legends Horse Feed, Show Strides Book Series, Grayson Jockey Club Research Foundation, Vitalize Blazin, Excel SupplementsSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=87421)

Lunch With Norm - The Amazon FBA & eCommerce Podcast
Owning Your Customer - The Secret to Amazon Success w/ Troy Johnston - Ep. 212 - Lunch With Norm

Lunch With Norm - The Amazon FBA & eCommerce Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 75:20


Today in Lunch with Norm we have Troy Johnston, the Co-founder of Seller.Tools. In this episode we will be discussing how 'owning' your customer, can impact your Amazon business. We cover what are some big 'no-no's' to avoid when engaging with customers from Amazon, and a discussion  about if Amazon really treats all of its customers the same. Troy sold one of his brands for multiple 7 figures and quickly moved to consult for 8 & 9 figure clients on Amazon. Obsessed with creating data-driven solutions he co-founded Seller.Tools, an all-in-one suite of more than a dozen Amazon tools that empowers brands to get more Amazon reviews, increase keyword ranking and outpace the competition. This episode is brought to you by Global Wired Advisors Global Wired Advisors is a leading Digital Investment Bank focused on optimizing the business sale process. Our approach combines decades of merger and acquisition experience with online and e-commerce expertise to increase the transactional value of your greatest asset. Maximizing the value of your company in a business sale is achieved through the full expression of its future potential. Choosing the right representation to provide this vision to the right buyer, means putting your future in focus. For More information visit https://globalwiredadvisors.com/ This episode is also brought to you by Sellerise. Take a deep dive into your business processes to make data-driven decisions and outperform the competition in an innovative way. Sellerise is a comprehensive solution for your everyday business needs with innovative tools like the PPC Dashboard, Smart Alerts, Review Requester, and Keyword Tracker. Everything you need to grow and scale your business is just one click away. Stand out from the crowd and conduct business whenever, wherever. Innovate your effort and work smarter, not harder. The difference is amazing. Sellerise is for professionals at every level of the business journey. Simply select the capabilities that best fit your needs. Visit https://www.sellerise.com This episode is brought to you by Zee Are you a private label seller looking to expand into larger markets internationally or need an experienced  import partner to keep growing? Zee makes selling your Amazon products abroad easy with excellent import knowledge, door-to-door solutions, customer service and scalability. Streamline your import process with Zee today to increase profit margins and continue to scale. Ready to expand your ecomm empire and take your Amazon FBA Business global? Visit https://zee.co to learn more! This episode is also brought to you by .CLUB Domains .CLUB is the most used new top-level domain name and the perfect web address for your membership or subscription-based startup or business. Why? Because your customers are your CLUB! Grow your business with a domain name that instantly means membership and subscriptions. There are a lot of great domain name choices today, but if your business is about building a community of members around a product or service, there's no better URL than YourName.club. With 1.3 million registrations worldwide, there are already thousands of e-commerce sites using .CLUB. - great subscription businesses like Soap.club, Firstleaf.club and Coffee.club. You too can join the .CLUB today. Visit https://www.get.club. Co-founder of Seller.Tools Troy Johnston joins today's Lunch with Norm to talk about how 'Owning' your customers can impact ranking and reviews on Amazon. We go over things to avoid when engaging with Amazon customers, and advice for building that all important customer VIP list. Troy is obsessed with creating data-driven solutions for Seller.Tools clients by empowering sellers with the best data, superior optimization and easy to set up automations. Seller.Tools is an all-in-one suite of more than a dozen Amazon tools. This episode is brought to you by Global Wired Advisors, Sellerise, Zee & .CLUB Domains.

Breakaway Wealth Podcast
Slade Johnston - Turn Your Passion into Your Business

Breakaway Wealth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 24:47


In This Episode: "When you have passion for something, you find a way to make it happen – this is the panacea to success." This quote from Zig Ziglar sums up the story of how Slade Johnston came up with the idea for Trips4Trade, the only membership-based platform to trade trips in the outdoors, adventure, vacation, and sports.  Slade came from a family of avid turkey hunters. While planning a hunt with his Dad, they saw how expensive hunting outfitters were. So they decided to swap a hog hunt on their property in Alabama for a turkey hunt at another guy's place in Colorado. That experience led to the birth of Trips4Trade.  The business is anchored on a collaborative consumption business model where customers save tremendously on the expenses of dream trips just by exchanging what they already have. Slade believes that building good relationships and a genuine desire to help other people are crucial elements to starting and growing your business.  Jim and Slade talk about using your passion as a foundation for starting a business and the special bond that's formed when like-minded people come together and realize their mutual enjoyment and appreciation for adventure and the outdoors.   Book Mentioned in This Episode:   The Magic of Thinking Big The Go-Giver Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!   Follow along with this episode on YouTube   Connect with Slade Johnston: Website: https://trips4trade.com/ Email: slade@trips4trade.com   Connect with Jim Oliver: Facebook: CreateTailwind & Jim Oliver Website: CreateTailwind.com YouTube: createtailwind.com LinkedIn: Jim Oliver

The Strong Mommas Podcast
128. Should Yoga Be Part of Your Routine? With Lisa Johnston

The Strong Mommas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 47:49


I'm a huge fan of yoga - the body awareness, the balance, the breathing, the flexibility. But while I'm a professional strength coach and I love practicing yoga myself, I'll be the first to admit that I am NOT a yoga instructor. So, today I have the pleasure of interviewing Lisa Johnston, an experienced yoga instructor that has incredible insight on how yoga can be integrated into your workout routine.  Lisa shares her knowledge about some of the health benefits of yoga, the crossovers between yoga and strength training, how someone should begin yoga, and her top 7 poses that everyone should practice regularly. We even chat about de-mystifying the spiritual aspects of yoga and how it can be a tool to draw you closer to God.  You'll enjoy Lisa's passion and walk away feeling inspired to add some “flavor and spice” into your own workout routine!  MORE RESOURCES:  For more info on Lisa and her classes: www.lisajohnstoncoaching.com Follow Lisa on Instagram for more yoga tips! www.instagram.com/lisajohnstoncoaching  Follow Megan on Instagram! www.instagram.com/strong_mommas  Jumpstart 30 – (Get on the waitlist!) 30 days of accountability and guidance to help you finally gain consistency!  The FREE Body Type Quiz

Talk'aran'rhiod: The Wheel of Time Showcast
113. Trailer II: The Wrath of Lan

Talk'aran'rhiod: The Wheel of Time Showcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 114:33


In this super episode, Joe, Jen, and Tom are joined by F.o.t.S. Brendan T. Johnston to break down, in exquisite detail, the full trailer for season one. We also briefly discuss the unbelievable interviews with cast and crew that happened after the trailer release! Hear Tom forget the winners! Hear Jen have all the catch phrases! Hear Brendan bring insight to pain! Hear Joe lose it over phlegm! As always, spoilers abound, as do flame roasted owlbears!News: https://youtu.be/mPAYuCt7Ecohttps://youtu.be/Cjq7iHhuTG0https://youtu.be/YyQ3r9yUXa0Please show your support by rating/reviewing us. http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1479634263https://www.thegreatblight.com/creator-talkaranrhiodhttps://www.talkaranrhiod.com/Email: podcast@talkaranrhiod.comTwitter: @arantalkInstagram: talk_aran_rhiodJoin us on Discord: https://dsc.gg/talkaranrhiodMerch: https://www.newcreationsbyjen.com/collections/talkaranrhiodSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/talkaranrhiod)

US Modernist Radio - Architecture You Love
#220/When No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: Ross Johnston + Mike and Nina Marco + Musical Guest Susannah Clifford Blachly

US Modernist Radio - Architecture You Love

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 69:35


When we hear about a Modernist house by an important architect being bought and destroyed, there's widespread outrage from preservationists. Why didn't these people try to save them?  Why didn't the buyers consult architectural historians?  The owners should be forced to do whatever it takes, and whatever it costs, to keep the houses intact, right?  It's a classic struggle between property rights and preservation ideals.  Turns out, though, that some of those dastardly owners actually followed the rules, got the approvals, met with the committees, consulted the historians, and still got criticized by the preservation community. Today we talk with Ross Johnston, owner of the Largent House in San Francisco, designed by Richard Neutra, and Mike and Nina Marco, owners of the Biggs House in Delray Beach Florida, designed by Paul Rudolph.  Later on, music with Susannah Clifford Blachly.

Leafs Lunch
Johnston with the latest on Rielly's eight-year extension with the Leafs

Leafs Lunch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 15:08


TSN Hockey Insider Chris Johnston joins Leafs Lunch to discuss Morgan Rielly's eight-year, $60M extension with the Leafs, if it was a fair deal for both sides, the importance of locking him up early in the season, what this means for the Leafs cap situation and if he expects someone to be traded this summer.

Winged Wheel Podcast
Red Wings Rookies ft. Carley Johnston - Oct. 28th, 2021

Winged Wheel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 101:41


The Detroit Red Wings are still fun, & the rookies lead the NHL. Tune in as we recap the WSH game & chat Raymond, Seider, & more (3:30)! We're also joined by Carley Johnston of the Detroit Red Wings for a fun interview (30:10)! We also cover, as best we can, the report on the Chicago Blackhawks & the horrific assaults on Kyle Beach (51:45). WWP at LCA Event Tickets: https://bit.ly/3liBOIP Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.

The Ticket Top 10
Hardline- Daryl Moose Johnston 10-28-2021

The Ticket Top 10

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 15:22


10-28-2021 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Eyes on Isles Podcast on the NY Islanders
Islanders Ilya Sorokin's Hot Streak & Ross Johnston Extension

Eyes on Isles Podcast on the NY Islanders

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 44:18


Matt and Mitch discuss Sorokin, Varlamov, Johnston and more See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

From Broadway to Belmont
S2 Episode 4: Weekly Recap, Ross Johnston Extension, and Chris' Bahamas Escapades

From Broadway to Belmont

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 56:47


In this episode, we recap the week for the New York Islanders and New York Rangers, talk about the Ross Johnston extension, review Kravstov's trade request, and speak about the Chicago Blackhawks. This podcast was recorded and produced on Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2021, after the independent review into Chicago, but before John Doe's one-on-one on TSN. We also go through Chris' wild cruise escapades. Thanks for listening!

Islanders Never Say Die Podcast
Josh Bailey Joins the Party and Ross Johnston Signs an Extension: Episode 88

Islanders Never Say Die Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 169:24


TJ and The Grumpy Old Man talk about the Islanders win against the Vegas Golden Knights and Josh Bailey playing an exceptional game. We also talk about Sorokin recording back to back shutouts and Ross Johnston signing back with the New York Islanders. We also talk about the Islanders' upcoming matchup against the Nashville Predators! Make sure to check out TJ and The Grumpy Old Man's general sports podcast: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCotIBUwJ8aL4GegP7I0lpMA #NHL #isles #NewYorkIslanders #islanders #islandershockey #THPN #hockey

The Jacob Valk Show
MLB and Ross Johnston Breakdown and Mike Lucci Eulogy

The Jacob Valk Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 44:52


Jacob Valk breaks down the latest news pertaining to the MLB and Ross Johnston! After that, he eulogizes Mike Lucci!

the death of a dream.
BONUS // Change the World Wednesday - Jessica Johnston - Wellness Mentor

the death of a dream.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 53:30


Topics of Discussion - Choosing the next path - Putting the pieces together - Beating it - Signing up for the silence to listen for direction Follow Jessica Insta @jessica.johnston_

Life Lessons
Episode 48: Caring for our 4-Legged Friends, with Sara Johnston, DVM

Life Lessons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 51:16


In this episode of Life Lessons, Gin and Sheri talk with veterinarian Sara Johnston. Have you considered adopting a pet but aren't sure what pet ownership involves? What should you be prepared for? Learn more about preventative medicine for your furry friends, as well as what to look out for when they might not be feeling their best. Is your pet at a healthy weight? What can you do if they are not? And really, just what kind of food is best? There are so many options. Dr Sara discusses all of these subjects and more, as well as giving her number one surprise tip for pet owners. Resources used for today's podcast can be found here: https://www.aafco.org/ Today's podcast was made possible through our affiliation with the following companies. When you shop with us, you help us bring you further Life Lessons. https://www.ginstephens.com/zoe.html http://dryfarmwines.com/lifelessons If you would like to support this podcast, visit https://www.lifelessonscommunity.com/shop-with-us.html and shop with us at any time. Or you can make a donation directly through paypal.com using our email address: connect@lifelessonscommunity.com. Do you have a good news story, a listener-led lesson, or special quote to share? Email us at connect@lifelessonscommunity.com and listen each week to see if we share your submission. Join our Facebook community! Go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/LifeLessonsWithGinAndSheri and become a member today. You'll be glad you did. Thank you for listening!

OverDrive
Johnston on the Leafs urgency, facing Freddie tonight, Vegas and Chicago

OverDrive

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 18:14


TSN Hockey Insider Chris Johnston joined OverDrive today to speak about what Toronto's frame of mind should be after a poor start to the year. Also, he mentioned the intensity around the organization and if things can change, Frederik Anderson's first game against his former team and what to make of Vegas and Chicago's start.

OverDrive
Johnston on the Leafs urgency, facing Freddie tonight, Vegas and Chicago

OverDrive

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 18:46


TSN Hockey Insider Chris Johnston joined OverDrive today to speak about what Toronto's frame of mind should be after a poor start to the year. Also, he mentioned the intensity around the organization and if things can change, Frederik Anderson's first game against his former team and what to make of Vegas and Chicago's start.

The Lifestyle Chase
Episode 207 Jeb Stuart Johnston on Mindfulness, Emotional Eating and is Food Really Just Fuel?

The Lifestyle Chase

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 60:19


Jeb Stuart Johnston returns to the show.   His last appearance was on February 6, 2020 for Episode 98. Before things got crazy.   We covered a lot of topics including mindfulness in regards to nutrition, emotional eating, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and Is Food Just Fuel?   You can find more about Jeb by checking out www.foodonthemind.com or following him on IG @jebstuartjohnston   You can learn more about your host, Chris Liddle, by following at @christianliddle, or following the show @thelifestylechase or heading to www.invigoratetraining.com

Happy & Holy
Acts 1-2 | Courtney Ellis & Elisa Johnston

Happy & Holy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 83:35


Today I'm joined by Courtney Ellis and Elisa Johnston. And the three of us talk about what you do when you're expecting Jesus to come back quickly, the weird and wild wonder of Pentecost, and what the church looked like when it was first growing.Courtney Ellis serves as a pastor at Presbyterian Church of the Master. Her books include Uncluttered, Almost Holy Mama: Life-giving spiritual practices for weary parents, and Happy Now: Let playfulness lift your load and renew your spirit  (Tyndale, 2021). Ordained in the PC(USA), Courtney speaks coast to coast, loves Survivor, hates candy corn, and resides in southern California with her husband (and co-pastor) Daryl and three children. Happy Now: Let Playfulness Lift Your Load and Renew Your Spirit with Aspire Press/Tyndale House is available now. Order here! Instagram: @courtney_ellis_authorFacebook: @authorcourtneyellisWebsite: www.courtneybellis.comElisa Johnston empowers ordinary people to be fully alive while making the difference they were born to make at Average Advocate, procrastinates on Instagram, and brings freedom to the exploited through Blackout Trafficking. Whenever and wherever she can, she explores with her three littles and adopted housemate. Thankfully, God, her husband, and other favorite introverts are all particularly grounding, because otherwise her passion to raise-up leaders, live missionally, and start world changing things would compel her into a creative oblivion.Are you disentangling your faith from the culture around you? The greatest tool in that journey for me was the Bible itself. You've probably noticed that here on the show we love the Bible, and we take it seriously - but not always literally, and that means that meaning can get a little complicated. But you don't have to let that overwhelm you. I've put together the Big Picture Toolkit to help you understand how all of Scripture fits together in one incredible story, learn some new questions to ask to get at meaning without getting overwhelmed, and see new connections between Old and New Testaments with a special Bible Reading Plan. If you're ready to get back to basics of your faith, the Bible is a great place to start, and the Big Picture Bible Toolkit can help. Grab yours today free at kateboyd.co/bible.If you enjoyed our discussion, I'd love if you would rate + review on your favorite podcast player. This helps more people to find the show and learn with us. Then come on over to social media and let's talk about it! You can find me on Instagram @kateboyd.co and on Twitter @thekateboyd. And don't forget to check the show notes to find and follow today's contributors as well. Thank YOU for joining us, and I'll see you next time.

The DeJuan Marrero Podcast
Eps. 129 - Chloe Johnston

The DeJuan Marrero Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 27:04


Chloe Johnston, who is the Inclusion and Diversity Program Manager at Twitter joins me on the podcast to discuss her role at Twitter, her experience working for the Obama Foundation, and why the value of relationships are important and much more! DeJuan Marrero Social Media YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/channel/UC5uNsn8rQXbVM2wOAoVC1hw?view_as=subscriber Spotify Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/episode/2lcn... Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dejuanmarrero/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedmpodcast_/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/dejuanmarrero?lan... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dejuan.marrero