No gAbe Ervin Jr. No Rahmir Johnson. No Dwight Bootle. Yes, Heinrich Haarberg. The Kid from Kearney started again and led Nebraska to a 28-14 win over Louisiana Tech, throwing for a score and galloping to another, accounting for 264 yards of offense, including a gem of a rushing TD. But Haarberg can't do it all on his own. Nebraska has the top rushing defense in the land and one of the better offensive rushing attacks. Hoss says he's starting to appreciate Marcus Satterfield's approach to coaching and play-calling, as Satt tends to lean into the “if it ain't broke, don't fix it” mentality, at least from the rushing game. Michigan is calling. How optimistic are the guys?
Kids who grow up in stable, two-parent homes are less likely to live in poverty, have behavioral problems, and get in trouble at school. They're more likely to go to college, attain stable employment, achieve higher earnings, and to get married themselves. So reports Melissa Kearney in her new book The Two-Parent Privilege: How Americans Stopped Getting Married and Started Falling Behind. A professor of Economics at University of Maryland, Melissa argues that single-parenthood makes economic autonomy more difficult to attain for parent and child alike. So if we want to address inequality, we must acknowledge that family structure contributes to it, even if the conclusions run counter to the prevailing societal notion that any family structure is as good as another. Put simply, if you want a more equal society, it's time to recognize that equality starts at home. In addition to her faculty position, Melissa is also Director of the Aspen Economic Strategy Group and a non-resident Senior Fellow at Brookings Institution. She holds a BA in Economics from Princeton University and a PhD in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Find the book here. Learn more about Melissa on her website here. ⭐ Rate and Review Crazy Money here. (Seriously, do it!)⭐ ✍️ Get Paul's writing to your Inbox here. (Seriously, do this also!) ✍️
Hello Trance Podcast Hosted by Tom Bradshaw & Katie Kory Every 1st & 3rd Tuesday Of The Month On this episode, Tom Bradshaw heads into the mix dropping 60 minutes of fresh new Uplifting,Tech,Hard Trance belters in the mix! Tracklistings 1.Steve Hill x Shark Boy - Catch (Club Mix) [Masif] 2.0Gravity - Edge of Space [Regenerate Records] 3.Amar N - Tears Of Yesterday [InfraRed] 4.Derek Ryan - Ageha [AVA White] 5.Tom Exo - Bright Star [One Forty] 6.Ben Starmore - Nebula [Redux Recordings] 7.Allen Watts - Spectral [FSOE] 8.David Yarrow - Mysteries Of The Universe [Sundance] 9.Jackob Roenald & Reborn Sound System - Reflection [Extrema] 10.Ascension - Someone (Kinetica Remix) [Armada Captivating] 11.Shugz x Will Rees - Skedaddle [Regenerate] 12.Arjans - Happenstance [Futurising Music] Tribute to my Mum, Paul Van Dyk - For An Angel (E-Werk Club Mix) [Jive] https://hellotrance.com/ The New Home for, Radio Shows|Podcasts|Club Events|Festivals|New Trance Releases|Latest Trance News| Exclusive Interviews plus loads more... Send all content to be considered to be played on the podcast and or featured on the Hello Trance Website & Across our social media. email@example.com
The Huskers get their first win of the season. Great news for Matt Rhule and the team that could have beaten Minnesota and, because of turnovers, let Colorado run them out of Folsom Field. But there was a development after the win. Nebraska did it with a new quarterback. Because of a Jeff Sims injury, Kearney native Heinrich Haarberg started under center. Haarberg led the team in rushing with 98 yards on 21 carries. His passing numbers are also not bad, 14-24 for 158 yards and two touchdowns. So, does this mean the Huskers have a quarterback controversy three games into the season? On this edition of the Husker Doc Talk Podcast, presented by BetFred Sports, Dr. Rob Zatechka and Travis Justice discuss the performance of Haarberg and the pros and cons of going back both quarterbacks as the Huskers get ready to take on Louisiana Tech. Head Coach Matt Rhule has a lot to consider heading into the season's fourth game. The athleticism of Sims or the face the Huskers only turned the ball over once with Haarberg as the starter. Fred is your guy when you want to bet. More Bonuses. More Bets. Right now, get your bet back if your team loses in overtime. When you bet on a player to score first, you get double the price if they score twice. New customers can get more than one thousand dollars in bonuses. Betfred is the Bonus King! Download the Betfred Iowa App Today!! Terms and conditions apply. Must be twenty-one plus. Wagers are only accepted in Iowa. Gambling problem? Call one eight hundred bets off. Connor Orr at Orr and Horgan Connor is a friend of the Podcast and a licensed Sports Agent in Nebraska. He works directly with athletes and businesses to help them navigate the ever-changing landscape of Name, Image, and Likeness. Connor is also focused on corporate and personal injury litigations in Nebraska and Iowa, and he can work with you on your business planning, estate planning, and real estate transactions. Call Connor today at 402-408-6488. Husker Hounds: Get in on some great deals right now at Husker Hounds! Adidas Sideline polos, regularly $75, are on sale for $49.99. They are available in red, white, and black. New Blackshirt's apparel is coming this week! Volleyball apparel is 25% off, and new fleece is arriving daily, a Store hours this week. Monday through Friday, 7-7 on Saturday, and 10-6 on Sunday. Two locations in the Omaha area: The Superstore at 84th and Center and out west at 171st Lakeside Hills Plaza, or you can make it easy on yourself and shop at HuskerHounds.com, where you get free shipping on orders over $50 and a flat shipping rate of $4.95 on anything under $50. Remember to subscribe to our YouTube Channel and check out the Doc's Diagnosis presented by Centris Federal Credit Union. From checking and savings accounts, certificates, Home, Auto, Personal, and Home Equity Loans to having a strong focus on community support and Financial Education, Centris Federal Credit Union is your full-service credit union. They are members helping members. Centris Federal Credit Union is Federally insured by NCUA. Equal Housing Lender. If you have questions for Dr. Rob, email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Stay connected with Doc Talk Sports on social media: Twitter: @doctalksports Travis Justice on Twitter: @traviscreates Facebook: https://facebook.com/doctalksports YouTube: https://youtube.com/doctalksports TikTok: @doctalksports Lastly, a special thanks goes to David Max and Joe Hudson at Huskermax for their support in distributing this Podcast.
Tom Bradshaw Infinity Embracing The True Sounds Of Trance Without Boundaries Every 2nd Saturday Of The Month 22.00 - 0.00 (Uk Time) 23.00 - 1.00 (CEST) Trance Energy Radio t-er.org/ This month, first hour or so, I drop some fresh new Uplifting,Tech & Hard Trance belters in the mix.. In the second hour an exclusive guest mix from Carlos De Matos! Tracklistings 1.Sneijder x Nat Conway - Everybody's Free [Afterdark] 2.Jackob Roenald & Reborn Sound System - Reflection [Extrema] 3.Ascension - Someone (Kinetica Remix) [Armada Captivating] 4.Shugz x Will Rees - Skedaddle [Regenerate] 5.Mike van Fabio - Entity [Subculture] 6.Talla 2XLC, DJ Sakin - Nomansland (David's Song (Dub Extended Mix) [That's Trance] 7.Luke Van Ness - Arrival [Monster Neos] 8.Sentien - Athena's Legacy [Nocturnal Knights] 9.Leroy Moreno - Helios [FSOE] 10.Asteroid - Flow State [FSOE] 11. Connor Woodford - Drifting Point [Regenerate] 12.Tony De Vit - The Dawn (Mark Sherry Remix) [Tidy Trax] 13. Jurgen Vries - The Opera Song [Giuseppe Ottaviani Remix] [Armind] Guest Mix Carlos De Matos 1.Age Of Love - Age Of Love (Charlotte de Witte & Enrico Sangiuliano Remix) [White Label] 2.Balthazar & Jackrock - Vibrant [Volta] 3.Activa - Broken Morning (Static Blue Remix) [White Label] 4.John Askew - Black Coffee (UCast Remix) [VII] 5.Simon Patterson - Us [Reset] 6.Will Atkinson - Numb The Pain [Subculture] 7.AA Meeting - Air [VII] 8.Stoneface & Terminal - Earth To Brain [Perfecto Fluoro] 9.Creeds - Push Up (Charlotte De Witte Remix) [White Label] 10. David Forbes - Nudge [WAO138?!] For more info on our guest mix dj/producer this month, Carlos De Matos https://linktr.ee/carlosdematosdj Artist/Label Promos & General Enquires email@example.com Check out all my social media links https://linktr.ee/djtombradshaw Facebook Page dedicated to Infinity https://www.facebook.com/InfinityRadioPodcast Brand New Global Trance Website https://hellotrance.com The New Home for, Radio Shows|Podcasts|Club Events|Festivals|New Trance Releases|Latest Trance News plus loads more... Have content you would like consisted to be featured on the website, Drop Us an Email firstname.lastname@example.org
A common trope in America depicts a traditional family of a married husband and wife and their 2.5 (yes, 2.5) children as the norm, if not perhaps the ideal. Leaving aside the idea of a “traditional” coupling or what the right number of children might be, is there an advantage to growing up with married parents? Definitely, argues Melissa Kearney, author of The Two-Parent Privilege: How Americans Stopped Getting Married and Started Falling Behind and the Neil Moskowitz Professor of Economics at the University of Maryland. In this Social Science Bites podcast, she reviews the long-term benefits of growing up in a two-parent household and details some of the reasons why such units have declined in the last four decades. As befits her training, Kearney uses economics to analyze marriage. “Marriage,” she tells host David Edmonds, “is fundamentally an economic contract between two individuals—here, I'm gonna sound very unromantic—but it really is about two people making a long-term commitment to pool resources and consume and produce things together.” In her own research, Kearney looks specifically at being legally married within the United States over the last 40 years and what that means when children are involved. Her findings both fascinate her and, she admits, worries her. “We talk at length in this country about inequality as we should, but this divergence in family structure and access to two parents and all the resources that brings to kids and the benefits it gives kids in terms of having a leg up in sort of achieving things throughout their life—getting ahead economically, attaining higher levels of education—[well,] we will not close class gaps. without addressing this.” She provides data showing that the percentage of young Americans living with married parents is indeed falling. In 2020, 63 percent of U.S. children lived with married parents, compared to 77 percent 40 years earlier. Meanwhile, 40 percent of children are born to unmarried parents. While these percentages are evenly distributed across the geography of the U.S., they are less so among the nation's demographics. For example, children born to white or Asian, more educated or richer mothers are more likely to be born within wedlock. “The mechanical drivers of this,” Kearney explains, “are a reduction in marriage and a reduction in the share of births being born inside of marital union, not a rise in divorce, not a rise in birth rates to young or teen moms.” But economics does seem to be a driver, Kearney said – especially among men. As cultural tumult saw marriage itself growing less popular starting in the 1960s, non-college-educated men saw their economic prospects dimming. “We saw a reduction in male earnings or a reduction in male employment and a corresponding reduction in marriage and rise in the share of kids born outside of marital union. So, there is a causal effect here, economic shocks that have widened inequality hurt the economic security of non-college educated men, and this rising college gap and family structure.” Over time, new social norms were established, so even when the economic prospects of non-college-educated men rise, there is not a corresponding increase in marriage and decrease in non-marital births. “Once a social norm has been established, where this insistence on sort of having and raising kids in a marital union is broken, then we get this response to economic shocks that we might not have gotten if the social norm towards two-parent households and married-parent households was tighter.” In addition to her work at the University of Maryland, Kearney maintains a large footprint in the policy world. She is director of the Aspen Economic Strategy Group; a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research; a non-resident senior fellow at Brookings; a scholar affiliate and member of the board of the Notre Dame Wilson-Sheehan Lab for Economic Opportunities; and a scholar affiliate of the MIT Abdul Jameel Poverty Action Lab, known as J-PAL. So it's no surprise that she closes her interview with some policy suggestions. “[I]mproving the economic position of non-college educated men, I think, is necessary but won't be sufficient. We need more wage subsidies. We need a lot of investment in community colleges throughout the country—they train workers throughout the country—we need to be shoring up those institutions. We need to be stopping bottlenecks in the workforce that make it harder for people without a four-year college degree, or for people who have criminal past, right, criminal history—all of those things. We need to be removing barriers to employment, investing in training, investing in skills, investing in paths to families to sustaining employment.”
Rangiora High School, in Canterbury, is installing cameras and sensors near toilets in an effort to crack down on vaping. School principal Bruce Kearney says students vape in large groups and intimidate those using the toilets for their intended purpose. He's determined to stamp it out. Kearney spoke to Corin Dann.
This week, Phillip Kearney, former Special Agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration, recounts his role in helping take down one of the world's largest heroin traffickers: Haji Bagcho.With money from drug traffickers being used to fund terrorist attacks, the DEA set out to gather the evidence needed to prosecute Bagcho in United States courts.Kearney recalls his involvement in the years-long pursuit to break up the criminal mastermind's drug operations in Afghanistan and the efforts that went into his eventual capture.Visit www.betweenthelineswithvirtualacademy.com for more info about this episode. Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this program are those of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views or positions of any entities they represent.
Hello Trance Podcast Hosted by Tom Bradshaw & Katie Kory Every 1st & 3rd Tuesday Of The Month Tracklistings Tom Bradshaw 1.Woody Van Eyden - Plentinimus [Future Sequence] 2.Chakra - I Am (atDusk Remix) [Armada Captivating] 3.Sunbeam - Outside World (Bart Skils & Weska Remix) [Armada Music] 4.Driftmoon - Ballet Dancer [Subculture] 5.Lost Witness & FAWZY - Sparkling Shadows [Abora] 6.Allen Watts - Spectral [FSOE] 7.Talla 2XLC, DJ Sakin - Nomansland (David's Song (Dub Extended Mix) [Thats Trance] Katie Kory 1. Andrew Kochetov - Vertigo [Suanda True] 2. Hershel Kamdar - Set Me Free [Regenerate] 3. Joran Shade & Alkaloid - Chance To Escape [Silent Shore Records] 4. Manuel Rocca - Present Perfect [Levitated Music] 5. Ben Gold - Llevame A La Playa (Ciaran McAuley Remix) [Armada Captivating] 6. Illitheas - Catch The Sunrise [Abora] https://hellotrance.com/ The New Home for, Radio Shows|Podcasts|Club Events|Festivals|New Trance Releases|Latest Trance News| Exclusive Interviews plus loads more... Send all content to be considered to be played on the podcast and or featured on the Hello Trance Website & Across our social media. email@example.com
How will this contentious era of U.S. political discourse unfold for the next generation? Paul Laudicina joins two sitting members of Congress, Representative Gerald E. “Gerry” Connolly (VA-11) and Representative Maxwell Alejandro Frost (FL-10) to discuss the future of political engagement. Their conversation spans important policy issues like gun control and campaign finance reform, along with a look at the changing social habits for political representatives in Washington. Reimagining the Future: Bridging Generations is produced by the Global Business Policy Council at Kearney, a think tank that deciphers sweeping geopolitical, economic, social, and technological changes and their effects on the global business environment. Learn more at kearney.com/gbpc.
Seamus continues his story at the point where he is caught and arrested by the RUC for a job gone-wrong. He tells us about the physical and mental torture inflicted by the prison guards in Long Kesh (H Blocks) and the lengths that Seamus and his colleagues went to during the "Blanket Protests" or 'Dirty Protests".Seamus describes the inhumane methods employed by the guards to break the IRA prisoners and end their fight for political-prisoner status during his 10 year detainment in Long Kesh.He shares the tragic story of how his brother, Michael, was falsely labeled an informant after being interrogated by the IRA internal security unit which included the now-infamous British agent Freddie Scappaticci, better know as "Steaknife". This began a decades long journey by Seamus to clear his brother's name and expose the British Intel handlers who he believes are responsible for planning and orchestrating his brother's stitch-up in order to protect their own informants within the Provos.Seamus reveals new uncovered internal IRA documents from that he says will expose the "dirty-war" methods of British Ministry of Defence.***PLEASE SUBSCRIBE & LEAVE A RATING TO HELP OUT THE SHOW***TIMESTAMPS00:00 Getting caught and arrested 9:53 H-BLOCKS (LONG KESH)20:00 Beatings and torture by guards & relationship with prison guards 30:13 BROTHER'S EXECUTION after being FALSELY-LABELLED an informant 52:43 Seamus' writ served on the Ministry of Defence 1:18:50 Government report on H-Block abuse of prisoners SEAMUS' BOOK https://www.anceathrupoili.com/en/shop/no-greater-love-the-memoirs-of-seamus-kearney/?fbclid=IwAR3N-PWRQ4lB7ibPb24sLcRQ2idr50fKRBb8zz54QQr9F_-3FcA1zPrHrog
Hello Trance Podcast Hosted by Tom Bradshaw & Katie Kory Every 1st & 3rd Tuesday Of The Month Tracklistings Tom Bradshaw 1.Talla 2XLC, DJ Sakin - Nomansland (David's Song (Dub Extended Mix) [Thats Trance] 2.Tony De Vit - The Dawn [Mark Sherry Remix)[Tidy Trax] 3.Marc Van Liden & D- Gor meets Frank Duerrel - Haze [Vandit] 4.John O'Callaghan & Bryan Kearney - Exactly (Ralphie B Remix) [Subculture] 5.Alex M.O.R.P.H & A.R.D.I - Guadalupe [FSOE] 6.Factor B - Sacrosanct (Will Rees Remix) [Pure Trance Neon] 7.Grant Trowbridge - Whispers From The Past [Borderline] Katie Kory 01. Montyi - Hold On [Bifrost] 02. Solarstone - Seven Cities (DIM3NSION & DJ Nano Remix) [Armada Captivating] 03. DaWTone - Romplambpi [2Rock B Side] 04. York feat. Diandra Faye - True North [Armada Music] 05. MRPHLNDR - Medusas Mayhem [A State of Trance] 06. Ferry Corsten - Rock Your Body Rock (Cubicore Mix) [Flashover] https://hellotrance.com/ The New Home for, Radio Shows|Podcasts|Club Events|Festivals|New Trance Releases|Latest Trance News| Exclusive Interviews plus loads more... Send all content to be considered to be played on the podcast and or featured on the Hello Trance Website & Across our social media. firstname.lastname@example.org
Seamus Kearney is a former IRA volunteer who grew up in sectarian Belfast and came of age as the Troubles were building up.He spoke to me about experiencing anti-catholic discrimination including having to change his first name while working his first job as well as seeing his area attacked by a sectarian mob after being abandoned by Army and RUC.Seamus described his rise through the ranks in the IRA from the youth wing to being in an active service unit during one of Northern Ireland's bloodiest decades. PART 2 COMING SOON 00:00 Growing up in sectarian N.I 17:23 Seeing his area attacked by sectarian mobs 35:18 Bloody Sunday 1972 & joining the junior wing of the IRA
Kearney is one of the world's top consulting firms - interesting work, great people, supportive culture. Careers at the firm are highly coveted, but to get in, you have to pass a series of case interviews. Today, we're bringing you one of those interviews.Tune in as Manager Caroline Queen leads a really fun case focused on increasing revenue and impact for a non-profit soccer league for women.Can you solve the case alongside our candidate? Pull out a pencil and paper and follow along!Relevant LinksAccess the exhibits from this caseExplore careers at Kearney See upcoming application deadlinesJoin the next cohort of our Black Belt case prep programConnect With Us Follow Management Consulted on LinkedIn, Instagram, and TikTok for the latest updates and industry insights. Email the Strategy Simplified team at email@example.com with any questions or feedback. Partner with us by sponsoring an episode or advertising on Strategy Simplified. Check out our Media Kit for more information.
Children in many parts of the U.S. gathered their supplies and donned their backpacks, as they headed back to school. Many more will be doing so in the next coming weeks both here in the U.S. and around the world as summer comes to its official end. This inspired us to share the stories of some teachers from the past and some of the challenges they faced. Join us for the Ordinary Extraordinary stories of two teachers who impacted their students and the communities in which they worked. First, we meet Sister Blandina who helped tame the wild west through her gentle ways as both a school teacher and a nurse. She even gained the trust and respect of the notorious Billy the Kid! Next, we travel south to the Appalachian mountains to recall the fond memories of Leonora Whitaker Wood and her time spent teaching in a mission school off the beaten path. Her stories inspired her daughter Catherine Marshall, to publish the novel Christy, based on many of her experiences as a teacher in the early 1900s. To purchase tickets to the 34th annual Gilpin County Historical Society Cemetery Crawl, click here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/gilpin-historical-society-34th-annual-cemetery-crawl-tickets-657128116887To purchase tickets to the third annual Beyond the Grave: an evening with Bram Stoker, click here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/beyond-the-grave-an-evening-with-bram-stoker-tickets-696195337997?aff=oddtdtcreatorTo preorder The Souls Close to Edgar Allan Poe: Graves of his Family, Friends and Foes, through a local bookseller visit: https://bookshop.org/search?keywords=Souls+Close+to+Edgar+Allan+Poe%2C+The%3A+Graves+of+His+Family%2C+Friends+and+FoesPhotos:Sister Blandina - Sisters of Charity/https://www.srcharitycinti.org/2021/01/21/the-journey-to-sainthood/Grave of Sister Blandina - Sister Joyce Brehm/https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/62719319/blandina-maria_rosa-segale/photo#view-photo=226238630Leonora Whitaker Wood - Leonora Wood at the Mission compound. From the Emma Wood Hoskins collection./https://christyfestinthesmokies.wordpress.com/historian/Grave of Leonora Whitaker Wood - Steve Brannan/https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/103604967/leonora-haseltine-woodResources used to research this episode include:, San Felipe De Neri Parish. "Servant of God Sister Blandina." https://sanfelipedeneri.org/. sanfelipedeneri.org/sister-blandina. Accessed 13 Aug. 2023.Segale, SC, Sister Blandina. At the End of the Santa Fe Trail. 2014th ed., 1932. Cincinnati, Sisters of Charity , 2014.Shirley, Gayle C. More than Petticoats: Remarkable Colrado Women. 1st ed., Kearney, Morris Book Publishing Company , 2002, pp. 32-44., Christyfest In The Smokies. "Leonora: The Real Christy ." https://christyfestinthesmokies.wordpress.com/. christyfestinthesmokies.wordpress.com/historian/. Accessed 13 Aug. 2023.Martin, Christy. "Christy, the Favorite of Appalachia ." https://thesouthernvoice.com/. 10 Oct. 2022. thesouthernvoice.com/christy-the-favorite-of-appalachia/. Accessed 13 Aug. 2023.Tabler, Dave. "Christy and Leonora: City Girl, Country Gal ." https://www.appalachianhistory.net. 3 Nov. 2011. www.appalachianhistory.net/2011/11/christy-and-leonora-city-girl-country-gal.html. Accessed 13 Aug. 2023.HEICHELBECH, Rose. "The Strange And Strict Rules Teachers Had To Follow In The 1800s ." https://dust
Week 3 of Texas HS Football Pre Season! This week Host Taylor Arenz talks with 4-Star Lindale HS OL Casey Poe; Lovejoy HS 4-Star LB Payton Pierce; Dallas Christian twins Jhayden and Kahtori Crawl and Hightower HS 4-Star WR Zion Kearney
On this episode of The Greener way, we're speaking with Forever Wild CEO Fiachra Kearney. Forever Wild is an innovative Queensland social enterprise seeking to protect wilderness ecosystems in conjunction with the land's Traditional Owners, supported by a blend of philanthropy and private investment.
Tom Bradshaw Infinity Embracing The True Sounds Of Trance Without Boundaries Every 2nd Saturday Of The Month 22.00 - 0.00 (Uk Time) 23.00 - 1.00 (CEST) Trance Energy Radio t-er.org/ This month, join me as I head into the mix for 2 hours of fresh new Trance/Progressive with a few classic throw in all in good measure! Tracklistings 1.Eelke Kleijn - Transmission (Armin van Buuren Remix) [Armada Music] 2.Delerium feat. Sarah McLachlan - Silence (Andrew Rayel & Achilles Remix) [Find Your Harmony] 3.Marcel Woods - Tomorrow (Maarten de Jong Remix) [High Contrast] 4.Giuseppe Ottaviani & ilan Bluestone - Futuro [Armind] 5.Mino Safy - Arctic [A State Of Trance] 6.Davey Asprey - No Future [Damaged] 7.Craig Jones - Bioluminescence (Paul Denton Remix) [HQN] 8.Reflekt ft. Delline Bass - Need To Feel Loved (Sam Laxton Remix) [White Label] 9.Daniel Skyver - 1882 [Nocturnal Knights] 10.0Gravity - Without You [Subculture] 11.Connor Woodford - Drifting Point [Regenerate] 12.Ehren Stowers - Supernatural [FSOE] 13.Conor Holohan - Physical Universe [Subculture] 14.Jackob Roenald & 0Gravity - Triple Trouble [Extrema] 15. Michael Kelios - Elite [Nocturnal Knights] 16.Ronski Speed & Sygma - AZURE (Francesca Fagiani Remix) [ColdHarbour] 17.Sneijder x Paul Denton - Speaker Freaker [Afterdark] 18.Lucas Deyong - We Can Be Free [Nocturnal Knights] 19.BT - Godspeed (Maria Healy Remix) [Black Hole] 20.Richard Lowe - Strange Times [Afterdark] 21.Wippenberg - Chakalaka (Heatbeat Bootleg) [White Label] 22.Andre Maier & GOSTO - Mi Amour [Borderline] 23.AA Meeting – Air [VII] 24.Thomas Bronzwaer - Constellation (John O'Callaghan Remix) [Vandit] 25. Plastic Boy feat. Rozalla - Live Another Life (Asteroid Rework) [White Label] 26.Micheal Dow - Roll The Drums [Digital Remedy] Artist/Label Promos & General Enquires firstname.lastname@example.org Check out all my social media links linktr.ee/djtombradshaw Facebook Page dedicated to Infinity www.facebook.com/InfinityRadioPodcast Brand New Global Trance Website hellotrance.com The New Home for, Radio Shows|Podcasts|Club Events|Festivals|New Trance Releases|Latest Trance News plus loads more... Have content you would like consisted to be featured on the website, Drop Us an Email email@example.com
Is your team solving the right problems and building the right solutions? Are they truly pushing the envelope - in the short- and long-term? This compilation episode shares the questions top innovators ask themselves and their teams, across engineering, biotech, healthcare and more. It also highlights the practical tactics and strategies they use to keep teams challenged, focused and engaged so they are poised to develop the leading ideas that will truly reshape the future. This episode features: Cristiano Amon, CEO, Qualcomm; Shez Partovi, Chief Innovation and Strategy Officer, Royal Philips; Geraldine Matchett, co-CEO and CFO, Royal DSM; Ponsi Trivisvavet, CEO Inari; Rodrigo Santos, president, Crop Science Division, Bayer Crop Science; Lars Stenqvist, Volvo Group; Alex Liu, Managing Partner, Kearney.
Hello Trance Podcast Hosted by Tom Bradshaw & Katie Kory Every 1st & 3rd Tuesday Of The Month Available to listen/stream on demand. This episode join Tom Bradshaw as he heads into the mix for the first 30 minutes, dropping some of his current favouriteTrance/Progressive tracks! Followed by an exclusive interview from Dennis Sheperd at this years Luminosity Beach Festival from our roving Hello Trance Reporter, Chris Blackburn! 1.Cedric Gervais & Raffi Saint - Missing [Delecta] 2.Tyler Jack - We Feel [A State Of Trance] 3.Giuseppe Ottaviani & Ilan Bluestone - Futuro [Armind] 4.Mino Safy - Arctic [A State Of Trance] 5.Maarten de Jong, Frank Spector & Luca Morris - Minuetto [WAO138?!] 6.Tasso - Nothing Yet [Pure Trance Neon] 7.Steve Hill & Grinder - Runaway (Smalltown Boy) [Massif] 8. ID - ID Mash Up [White Label] |Dennis Sheperd Exclusive Interview| 9.Dennis Sheperd & Cold Blue feat. Ana Criado - Fallen Angel (Dennis Sheperd Club Mix) [Be Yourself Music] https://hellotrance.com/ The New Home for, Radio Shows|Podcasts|Club Events|Festivals|New Trance Releases|Latest Trance News| Exclusive Interviews/Content plus loads more... Send all content to be considered to be played on the podcast and or featured on the Hello Trance Website & Across our social media. firstname.lastname@example.org
This week the Moss Marketing Group team has the pleasure of chatting with Coach Greg Jones, Defensive Coordinator for UCM & Former Head Coach of Kearney! Follow Us Here! Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mossmarketinggroup/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/MossMarketingGroupWebsite - https://www.mossmarketinggroup.com/#Marketing #Business #Podcast
Andie Chiasson- Kearney, yoga extraordinaire, is here today sharing some helpful and vital techniques to practicing mindfulness and gratitude. You will learn SO MUCH from Andie and guess what? You can continue learning from here by taking a class at her new studio in downtown Thibodaux! Everlimitless Yoga opens this Sunday July 30th! Be sure to follow Everlimitless Yoga on all social media accounts. ALL THAT & Hello GorJess: In case you didn't know, I started out my personal brand as a blogger! Be sure to check out my blog @https://hellogorjessblog.com/ and tell me your favorite blog podcast in the comments! Follow Me On Social Media and say HI!! Instagram: Follow HERE Facebook: Follow HERE
Your facial nerve allows you to close your eyes when you need to. And so does hope. Good morning my friend! Today's dose of hope is a story from my new book, Hope Is the First Dose. Click on the button above to hear the audio version. Paid subscribers can also check your email for a video version of the episode. If you don't like to listen, here's a link to the PDF transcript you can read. (Note: these transcripts are computer generated and aren't perfect. I noticed it transcribed Kearney, Nebraska as “Carney,” but it's pretty close overall). In the transcript and the episode, you will learn that the facial nerve allows to make most of your facial expressions, and allows you to close your eyes and smile. Here' why that's so important after we face TMT in our lives. Here's a few other doses of hope for you this week!* A great reflection on hope from our friend, the wonderful podcaster/blogger Katherine Singer. * A terrific post about the threads he saw in the arc of my three-book journey from the Iraq War to Hope from Dr. Jon Swanson.* An opportunity to sponsor or spread the word about our friend Kristin Smedley's powerful children's book, What I Can Be Is Up to Me.* Our friend Tommy Walker has released the epic, orchestral masterpiece he's been working on for over two years! Spend 7 minutes with Tommy today worshiping with He Is the Lord! Hey- you can now order tee shirts and other gear from the podcast and my books! Check out the store here:And we have a new YouVersion/Bible App 5-Day Bible Study available now!Finally, my new book is here! You can get it anywhere books are sold, Hope is the First Dose: A Treatment Plan for Recovering from Trauma, Tragedy, and Other Massive Things! There are major bonuses that are only available if you buy before July 25, including a great playlist of hopeful songs, three chapters of the book, lock screens for your phone, and more!It's a fact, friend: life's going to bring you trauma and tragedy and other massive things, but it's also going to offer you hope, healing, and happiness. You can have both. And I'm going to teach you how. The good news is, you can start today!Remember, friend: you can't change your life until you change your mind. I'm here to remind you that there is a treatment plan. And hope is the first dose.Lisa and I are praying for you.Dum spiro spero (while I breathe, I hope),LeeW. Lee Warren, MDNorth Platte, Nebraska, USAAs for me, I will always have hope… Psalm 71:14Hey- you can get up to six months of free access to all my paid-subscriber-only content on Substack by referring friends to sign up for my free weekly Self-Brain Surgery letter! Click the button below for more information.Self-Brain Surgery with Dr. Lee Warren is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.Website | Books | Podcast | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | YouTube |YouVersion | MyBridge Radio This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit drleewarren.substack.com/subscribe
Wealthworx Radio with Eric Kearney and Joseph Lanza have some tips to help you maximize your savings for retirement. This week they use classic sit-coms to help define what those tips and tricks might be. You'll hear from the likes of Fred Sanford, Jerry Seinfeld, Archie Bunker and more. You don't want to miss this. That and much more on Wealthworx Radio. Call Eric Kearney 800-779-1942 Visit EricKearneyAdvisor.com to learn more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We are talking with a community member who has made so many changes to live a more authentic life since beginning with The Sisters Enchanted. Let's hear about her journey and why “she is a pretty awesome person” on today's podcast! Are you ready to create a life you truly desire and feel pretty awesome on your journey? Join us in holisticwitchery.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/expeditiontosoul/message
This week, Cindy Juyoung Ok speaks with Douglas Kearney, who joins from Saint Paul, Minnesota. Kearney is the author of eight books of poetry, prose, and libretti, and his poems are often highly distinctive both on and off the page. Today's conversation begins with spite and Scrabble, which Kearney writes about in his new essay in the July/August issue of Poetry, a continuation of the “Hard Feelings” series. They also talk about the changing topographies in Kearney's work, the “dintelligibility” of his new poems, and the vital importance of discomfort. Thanks to Douglas Kearney and Wave Books for permission to include Kearney's reading of “Sand Fire (or The Pool, 2016)” from his book Sho, and to Fonograf Editions for permission to include clips from Douglas Kearney and Val Jeanty's Fodder.
Hello Trance Podcast Hosted by Tom Bradshaw & Katie Kory Every 1st & 3rd Tuesday Of The Month Available to listen/stream on demand. This episode join Katie Kory as she heads into the mix for the first 30 minutes, followed by an exclusive interview from Xijaro & Pitch at this years Luminosity Beach Festival from our roving Hello Trance Reporter, Chris Blackburn! Tracklistings 1. XiJaro & Pitch - Always Hope [Alter Ego Pure] 2. XiJaro & Pitch & LightControl - Whispers of Time [Who's Afraid of 138?!] 3. XiJaro & Pitch - Divenire [Masana Records] 4. XiJaro & Pitch - Unite Again [Phoenix Recordings] 5. XiJaro & Pitch - Amor Vincit Omnia [AVA White] 6. Misja Helsloot & XiJaro & Pitch - Moving Souls [FSOE] |Exclusive Interview - Xijaro & Pitch at Luminosity Beach Festival 2023| 7. Elevven x Ruben de Ronde - Lucky Penny (XiJaro & Pitch Remix) [A State of Trance] 8. ReOrder & XiJaro & Pitch - Elevate [Who's Afraid of 138?!] 9. Misja Helsloot & XiJaro & Pitch with Cari - The Power of Love [In Trance We Trust] 10. Mart Sine feat. Andrea Britton - Cast Away (XiJaro & Pitch Remix) [Trancer Recordings] 11. XiJaro & Pitch & Type 41 - Chase Your Dreams [Rielism] https://hellotrance.com/ The New Home for, Radio Shows|Podcasts|Club Events|Festivals|New Trance Releases|Latest Trance News| Exclusive Interviews/Content plus loads more... Send all content to be considered to be played on the podcast and or featured on the Hello Trance Website & Across our social media. email@example.com
Jared Wegner's journey hasn't been a straight line. And he's perfectly OK with that, knowing how things have turned out. Wegner's baseball life started from a young age in Kearney, Nebraska, and even included a trip to Williamsport to play in the Little League World Series. But excelling in Little League doesn't guarantee a shot at major college baseball. Wegner ended up at Creighton, where he battled injuries but eventually became a top player for the Blue Jays—all while watching big-time programs play right there in Omaha at the College World Series. So, with a grad transfer available, Wegner bet on himself, and ended up at Arkansas. The hard work paid off for Wegner, who overcame a hand injury in the middle of the season and became a major player for one of the top programs in the country. As Wegner prepares to begin his professional journey, he knows what it takes to succeed at the highest levels, and owes it, in part, to his time with the Hogs. FIND US ONLINE: Twitter: @HogsPlus Instagram: @thehogpod Email: firstname.lastname@example.org CREDITS: Host & Executive Producer: Bo Mattingly (@SportAndStoryBo) Producer: Bart Pohlman (@Bart_Pohlman) Editor, Engineer & Mixer: James Youngblood (@CYoungJ)
David Noble is a deep expert in leadership and strategy, and a more recent convert to the coaching world. With over 20 years at the top echelons of global finance and consulting institutions including Morgan Stanley, Kearney and Oliver Wyman, these days he is the founder of leadership and strategy consulting firm VIEW Advisors, a senior advisor to recruiter Egon Zehnder, the Institute of Coaching and Oliver Wyman Group. He was named by Thinkers 50 as one of the world's top coaches and is a member of the Marshall Goldsmith MG100 group, many of whom have previously graced this stage of course.He's the co-author with Dr Carol Kauffman (Episode 61) of ‘Real-Time Leadership, Find Your Winning Moves When The Stakes Are High'. Whether you're making a split-second decision when your business is hit sideways … or finding the best strategy to navigate business-critical long-term circumstances, how can you be at your best in the most crucial moments?I love how the value in coaching leaders comes from such a variety of perspectives and I'm looking forward to hearing how David leverages his experience to help senior leaders be their best at work. And of course to hear about the Unlock Moments that helped him find clarity about the path ahead.--David Noble: https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-noble-468222/Real-Time Leadership: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Real-Time-Leadership-Winning-Moves-Stakes/dp/1647823935VIEW Advisors: https://www.view-advisors.com/
Trade union chief at French nuclear company Areva, Maureen Kearney became a whistleblower exposing corruption only to be the victim of a brutal assault at her Paris home. She talks about this shocking experience which is the basis of a new film La Syndicaliste starring Isabelle Huppert.
Graeme Cowan helps leaders and teams to be more caring and resilient and enjoy growing together. He was the founding Board Director of R U OK? and host of The Caring CEO podcast, where interviews CEOs who champion a culture of care AND high performance. In his earlier career, he worked in senior leadership positions with Johnson &Johnson, Pfizer, and the management consulting company, Kearney. In 2000 he went through a 5-year episode of depression that his psychiatrist described as the worst he had ever treated. He emerged from this crisis with a different view about how we can increase our resilience, mood, and performance. Graeme's dedication and commitment to creating mentally healthy workplaces have seen him named one of LinkedIn's Top Voices for 2022 in the Mental Health & Resilience space. He is the author of 4 books, including the internationally acclaimed BACK FROM THE BRINK, which has a testimonial from the former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair, and which has become a best seller in China. He is also the Co-Founder of WeCARE365, which creates simple, scalable eLearning to prevent mental health issues. In this episode, Graham Cowan shares: What is a Moodometer and how to use it to feel better, productive, influential and creative? How to use a Moodometer to help manage and lead your team. Graham's truly ‘Life-Changing Question'–Are you ok? Why should we keep an eye out for people around us and ask ‘RUOK?' Acronym-ALEC: Ask–RUOK? Listen-be interested and non-judgemental, and encourage them to speak and feel heard and understood. Encourage–we show we care by listening with empathy and identifying one action they can take to move forwards and encourage that. Check–follow up and see how they are doing. If someone is really ‘not ok', what should we do? Encourage them to see their GP, and get connected with employee assistance programs. Don't be afraid to ask: ‘Are you thinking of harming yourself?'If they are, get them help-call the suicide hotline with them or get them to a professional/GP. How to create a culture of care for yourself and your team by asking RUOK?|Am I Ok?|Are we ok? His research shows the top 3 factors of high-performing teams: 1. Care for each other, 2. Have each other's back 3. Enjoy themselves. Teams: Do we feel connected (like we belong)? Do we feel safe (and free to try new things)? Do we have an attitude of what we can learn from this? Do we share a future? (Can we evolve from this?) Googles Project Aristotle-psychological safety is the most important factor of high-performing teams. The importance of curiosity and vulnerability for a leader. Selfcare is not selfish. WeCare365-How to lead mentally healthy teams. And much more... Resources Mentioned in This Show: https://graemecowan.com.au/ https://wecare365.com.au Bob Chapman-Everybody MATTERS If you would like more insights on profit maximization for your businessvisitwww.ProfitHive.com.au
I hope you enjoy this encore episode of one of the most popular shows in the last 12 months. One of my mentors often said price is irrelevant. He said he would sell anything for any price as long as he could define the terms of the deal. During this conversation today with Scott Haas about PBMs (pharmacy benefit managers), that quote was playing in my head like an earworm. I'm henceforth gonna struggle with the term rebate to define dollars that the PBM gets back from Pharma, because, according to my guest in this healthcare podcast Scott Haas, it turns out “rebates” comprise only about 40% of those back-end dollars that some PBMs manage to score from pharma manufacturers. I don't have any insight really into this, but Scott Haas certainly does—and this is the average that he has seen in his work and that we're going to dig into today. But in sum … wow! Let me just repeat that a mere 40 cents on the dollar of the gross amount that PBMs take in “rebates” from Pharma these days winds up going back to plan sponsors, even plan sponsors who are getting “100% of the rebates.” If you didn't understand what I just said, no worries. I'm gonna explain it right now. If you did and you know the why behind all of this also, you could probably skip ahead about five minutes. Here's the backstory on this whole rebate fandango. Let's start with part one of what is a two-part transaction. So, part one: the deal between pharma manufacturers and PBMs. In general, a pharma manufacturer signs a deal with a PBM to give back whatever percentage of their gross sales revenue to the PBM at the end of the year, say. It's along the same lines as a cash-back coupon for the PBM. Why would a pharma company be up for giving cash back like this? Well, to get on a PBM's formulary, giving cash back is like the price of admission. PBMs have a lot of leverage, after all—at least the big ones. They control access to millions and millions of patient lives. So, if Pharma wants their drug to be accessible to those millions and millions of lives, they have to play the cash-back game, otherwise known as the rebate game. They have to agree to give back to the PBM a certain amount of cash on the back end. So, PBM pays Pharma's list price up front—that's the gross amount paid, based on the list price of the drug—and then after all the cash back gets toted up at the end of the year, there'll be a net price. List price or gross price minus the cash back equals net price. It's this net price that's the true kind of final price which the pharma company gets paid per script by said PBM at the end of the day. These days, most everybody pretty much knows that PBMs are getting these so-called rebates—this cash back from pharma companies that I just explained. And it's pretty common knowledge the so-called gross-to-net bubble (the gross-to-net dollar amount) is pretty huge, meaning the rebate or cash-back amount is pretty huge. And many have also noticed that the gross-to-net dollar amounts seem to be growing bigger and bigger every year. I mean, for one insulin manufacturer, consider this: Their list price, their gross price, is $350 per script. And their net price after cash back/rebates was $52 this past year. Wait ... what? After all the cash back to the PBM, the insulin manufacturer got paid 86% less than their list price—$350 went down to $52 per prescription. The PBM vacuumed up 86% of the dough for every script written for this particular brand of insulin. Okay … so, say Pharma gives $100 back to the PBM based on the terms of their deal. Call that part one of this example transaction. Here's part two: the deal between PBMs and health plans or self-insured employers. Health plans and self-insured employers are customers of the PBM. They hire PBMs to manage the pharmacy benefits for their members or employees. So, because everybody knows this whole rebate thing is going on, as part of the contracts that the PBMs put in place with their customers (meaning the health plans or employers), the PBMs tell their customers that they're going to give 100% of the rebates back to the plan/employer. So, you'd think that if the pharma manufacturer paid $100 to the PBM, that the customers of the PBM (the plan sponsors) would get the $100 back then, right? The PBM would pass on 100% of the savings, as it were, if they're saying that they're gonna give 100% of the rebates. I mean, if this is actually true, that $100 in and $100 out, then the PBM is potentially performing a useful service, right? They're lowering drug costs for their customer, the plan sponsors for their members and employees. Except … turns out, not so much. Because what is a rebate, really? A rebate can be anything the PBM defines as a rebate. And it turns out that, on average, as I said before, according to those in the know, something like $60 of that $100 is not a rebate. It's an administration fee. Or a data fee. Or an education fee. A clinical program fee. Some other name that is not rebate. As my guest Scott Haas says, the term rebate is meaningless because it can mean whatever the PBM wants it to mean. It's like inconceivable from The Princess Bride. I do not think that word rebate means what you think it means. Now it is a tangled web we weave here, and for more on why I say that, listen to the episode with Chris Sloan (Encore! EP216) entitled “How Medicare Part D Plans Became Addicted to Drug Rebates.” There's also a show with Pramod John, PhD (EP353) where we dig into, specifically, specialty drugs and rebating and so-called rebate walls. But net net, all of this probably myopic focus on rebates means that you have to keep an eagle eye out for so-called exclusions in contracts if you are a plan sponsor. So, what are exclusions? This is that whole thing where some cheap generic is excluded from a PBM formulary while some expensive brand for the same condition is on formulary. Why would a cheap generic be excluded from a PBM formulary? Simple. Cheap generics don't have rebates. PBMs lose a lot of money when some high-priced specialty drug, for example, goes generic. They might have made thousands of dollars per script on that high-priced brand by collecting its rebate. Think about that insulin example. The rebate is 86% of the cost of the drug. And everybody wonders why some cheap generic insulin or biosimilar or whatever isn't on formulary. It is not a mystery when you're dealing with for-profit enterprises built around a model of revenue maximization. So, given all this, what's my guest Scott Haas's bottom-line advice in this whole thing? If you're a health plan or employer and you're trying to negotiate a PBM contract where your spend is predictable and your contracted price promises have any meaning whatsoever, Scott Haas's advice is, you have to ensure that the contract defines the actual prices for the drugs in the contract. With absolute numbers. Not percentages off or weird formulas or the empty promise of getting an AWP or a WAC (which means average wholesale price or wholesale acquisition cost) or any of the other various acronyms for some drug pricing schema. All of these are basically shorthand for “this price could change at any moment.” There's a reason in-the-know people say AWP stands for “Ain't what's paid,” meaning ain't what's ultimately going to be paid by plan sponsors. What is necessary in PBM contracts is the final price—that number. Some digits with a dollar sign in front of them and a “per unit” after them. No acronyms and no percentage signs. Whoever gets to define the terms ultimately controls the price. So, get the price up front. As mentioned several times already, I am talking to Scott Haas, who is a senior VP over at USI Insurance Services. He's speaking today from the perspective of a plan sponsor, meaning from the point of view of a health plan, including those health plans managed by and paid for by a self-insured employer and their employees. For more information on PBMs and how drugs get adjudicated, listen to the show with AJ Loiacono (Encore! EP231), which was one of the most popular episodes over here at Relentless Health Value. Somebody on a LinkedIn post the other day commented on how much she appreciated AJ Loiacono's frank assessment of things and how she would love to go to a meeting with more people similarly telling it like it is. That's pretty much what we aim to do at every episode over here at Relentless Health Value, and AJ nails it on that objective for sure in this episode. One last thing, also on the show: Scott Haas brings up GPOs that the Big Three PBMs have been spinning up to aggregate and maximize all of those rebates that we just talked about. I discuss this exact topic at some length in another incredibly popular episode with Mike Schneider (Encore! EP288). You can learn more at usi.com or by emailing Scott at email@example.com. Scott Haas has over 38 years of employee benefits experience. His background includes the development and validation of care management programs; prescription benefit management solutions; provider network evaluation, valuation, and negotiation; and underwriting. Scott started and operationalized a third-party administrator (TPA) and a pharmacy benefit manager platform from scratch. He has worked in the arena of alternative funding for most of his career. Scott's primary focus is in the area of alternative delivery and financing of healthcare other than fee for service, along with prescription benefit and healthcare risk management consulting. Scott has held officer-level positions within Blues plans and TPAs as vice president of sales and marketing, vice president of underwriting, and president. Scott has also served as a trustee for both union and non-union health and welfare and pension plans. Scott frequently shares his consulting expertise speaking at national events hosted by organizations such as Health Rosetta, the International Foundation of Employee Benefits, the Health and Welfare Plan Management Conference, the Western Pension and Benefits Conference, and the Self-Insurance Institute of America (SIIA). Scott has authored and coauthored articles on various topics over his career. Scott earned his bachelor's degree in business administration and economics from the University of Nebraska at Kearney. Scott also holds Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU) and Registered Health Underwriter (RHU) designations. 10:34 What's the major flaw with the buyer-seller relationship between plan sponsors and PBMs? 12:08 What are the five things that need to be considered in order to get a fair price from a PBM? 13:21 Why does using average wholesale price cause problems for plan sponsors? 15:10 What does it mean to put the network risk on the PBM? 17:15 What's happening with drugs moving from specialty brand to specialty generic? 19:19 “A generic is a generic; in our world, it's binary.” 23:36 “The term 100% of rebates is really irrelevant.” 23:59 What does it mean to have a minimum guarantee in drug rebates? 26:43 “When you do a line-item assessment … is it producing an optimal result in comparison to competitively achieved … pricing for generics … and for specialty?” 27:57 “Plan sponsors need to grow a backbone.” 28:40 EP342 with Christin Deacon. 29:10 Why do you need to understand your consultant's process as a plan sponsor? 29:36 Why do you need to understand formulary exclusions as a plan sponsor? 29:46 Why is it important to create a more equal PBM contract? 30:57 “Rebates inure to the benefit of the plan sponsor; they don't necessarily benefit the consumer.” 31:50 What does Scott do at USI? You can learn more at usi.com or by emailing Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org. Scott Haas of @USIIns discusses #PBMs and #drugrebates on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast Recent past interviews: Click a guest's name for their latest RHV episode! Chris Deacon, Dr Vivek Garg, Lauren Vela, Dale Folwell (Encore! EP249), Eric Gallagher, Dr Suhas Gondi, Dr Rachel Reid, Dr Amy Scanlan, Peter J. Neumann, Stacey Richter (EP400)
Bryce Taylor is an Instructor of Physical Education and Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach at the United States Air Force Academy. There he leads training for the women's soccer, wrestling, and men's and women's gymnastics teams in addition to being a course director for PE Advanced Physical Development courses for Air Force cadets. Prior to arriving at the Air Force Academy in 2018, Taylor served as an assistant strength coach at Alabama State University for two years. He got his start in the coaching profession as an intern coach at his alma mater, the University of Nebraska at Kearney, and has been a personal trainer at multiple facilities including Sterling's Team Speed, Metro Fitness and Abercrombie. A former college football cornerback, at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, Taylor embraced the weight room leading the team in multiple performance testing categories. Following his playing career he still takes that love he developed for the weight room and continues to train regularly. Nowadays he still trains like an athlete, often running his teams' program ahead of time as well as incorporating a lot of calisthenics and gymnastics type work into his own training. Additionally, he has previously competed in ultra-marathons and still enjoys trail running. Samson Equipment Samson Equipment provides Professional Weight Room Solutions for all your S&C needs.Cerberus Strength Use Code: STRENGTH_GAME at Cerberus-Strength.comDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show
Not many guys have been privileged enough to see the game in the US from as many levels as our latest 3 Old Goalies guest, Joe Elsmore. From being one of the best players to come out of "Soccer City, USA"--Kearney, NJ-- to playing in the ACC in his collegiate days (being an integral part of NC State's reign in the ACC), and then getting to the top shelf of soccer refereeing and the soccer industry and business, Joe has seen and done it all. For years, the head of US Soccer marketing for Nike, Joe shares stories of his playing, refereeing, and Nike soccer days. From signing USWNT legend Mia Hamm to a Nike deal to negotiating and signing National Team programs such as US Soccer, BRAZIL, etc.' Joe gives us humorous and keen insights into how the game has grown in the US with his unique "behind-the-curtain" insights and views. Thoroughly entertaining and engaging, Joe Elsmore takes us on another soccer journey that 3 Old Goalies are proud to share with you!! Come along, and join us, won't you? #Soccer #USMNT #JoeElsmore #Elsmore #beautifulgame #Nike #3OGs #3OldGoalies #Goalies #NCAA #NWSL #MLS #USL #NASL #UPSL #Futbol #Hamm #USWNT #USSoccer #menssoccer #wosoc #womenssoccer #MiaHamm #Jordan
This week we bring KJ Kearney from Black Food Fridays to give us an impromptu lesson on Black foods. Plus, Jade and XD discuss food trends they hate!Also, Abe is on vacation this week. That should explain everything.Follow KJ!https://www.instagram.com/blackfoodfridays/Support the ShowJade + XD is sponsored by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/jxd and get on your way to being your best self. #adDownload EarnIn today! Spelled “E” “A” “R” “N” “I” “N” in the Google play or Apple app store. When you download the EarnIn app type in Jade XD under PODCAST when you sign up – it'll really help the show. Jade XD under PODCAST. #adGo to HelloFresh.com/jxd16 and use code jxd16 for 16 free meals plus free shipping! #adNow streaming on all platformsANDAd-free audio and video versions of the podcast are now available on patreonhttps://linktr.ee/jadeandxdpowered by @lsnpodcasts———————————————http://jadeandxd.comhttp://patreon.com/jadeandxdemail us: email@example.com us everywhere @jadeandxdjoin our discord: https://discord.gg/5bNQp3MthQCall us: 646-481-4494This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5024742/advertisement
On this episode of Modern Business Operations, host Sagi Eliyahu is joined by Dr. Elouise Epstein, Partner at Kearney, a leading global management consulting firm with more than 5,300 people working in more than 40 countries. She is the author of the book Trade wars, pandemics, and chaos: How digital procurement enables business success in a disordered world, and she has a new book coming out in October.Topics discussed include:- The impact the US vs. China trade wars had on businesses at the enterprise level.- The importance of digital literacy in the wake of new generative AI technology.- ChatGPT and the ways it may transform procurement that leaders aren't thinking about. - How the value of in-person meetings has been elevated post-pandemic. - Using AI to create much more efficient processes in procurement in the future.- The importance of taking care of your people in business.Resources mentioned:Dr. Elouise Epstein - https://www.linkedin.com/in/drelouise/Kearney - https://www.linkedin.com/company/kearney/Kearney | Website - https://www.kearney.com/Trade wars, pandemics, and chaos - https://www.kearney.com/service/procurement/trade-wars-pandemics-and-chaosThis episode is brought to you by Tonkean.Tonkean is the operating system for business operations and is the enterprise standard for process orchestration. It provides businesses with the building blocks to orchestrate any process, with no code or change management required. Contact us at tonkean.com to learn how you can build complex business processes. Fast.#Operations #BusinessOperations
With the recent acquisition of Twilio IoT by KORE Wireless, the IoT market will only see more consolidation. Romil Bahl, President and CEO of KORE Wireless, joins Ryan Chacon on the IoT For All Podcast to discuss IoT market conditions and the Twilio IoT acquisition. They also cover hyperscalers, what makes certain IoT companies succeed and others fail, challenges in the IoT market, and the success model for IoT companies going forward. Romil Bahl serves as President and CEO of KORE. He brings nearly 30 years of experience delivering high growth among SaaS and IoT companies. Prior to KORE, Romil served as President and CEO of Lochbridge, a leading technology consulting and solutions provider in the IoT and digital enablement space. Before that, as EVP and GM of Global Industries for CSC, Romil led the industry go-to-market dimension across the ~$9 billion commercial business unit, creating global growth strategies and expanding CSC's global footprint into offerings such as cloud, cybersecurity, and big data. Earlier, Romil was CEO of a data analytics-focused public company and had leadership roles at Kearney, Infosys, and Deloitte. Romil earned an MBA from The University of Texas at Austin and a Bachelor of Engineering degree from the Directorate of Marine Engineering & Technology in Kolkata, India. KORE is the global pure-play IoT hyperscaler and provider of IoT Connectivity, Solutions, and Analytics. Through a robust portfolio, they simplify the complexities of IoT by allowing their customers to Build, Deploy, Manage, and Scale IoT. KORE has a depth of solutions and experience offering products and services for their key verticals of Connected Health, Fleet, Industrial, Logistics, and Communications. Discover more about IoT at https://www.iotforall.com More about KORE Wireless: https://www.korewireless.com Connect with Romil: https://www.linkedin.com/in/romilbahl/ Key Questions and Topics from this Episode: (00:00) Welcome to the IoT For All Podcast (00:52) Introduction to Romil and KORE Wireless (02:26) Twilio IoT acquisition by KORE Wireless (07:37) IoT market conditions and consolidation (11:07) What is a hyperscaler? (14:47) What makes certain IoT companies succeed? (19:55) Challenges in the IoT market (24:14) Success model for IoT companies in the future (26:37) Learn more and follow up SUBSCRIBE TO THE CHANNEL: https://bit.ly/2NlcEwm Join Our Newsletter: https://www.iotforall.com/iot-newsletter Follow Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/iotforall Check out the IoT For All Media Network: https://www.iotforall.com/podcast-overview