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Georgia LibertyCast
Shane Hazel talks Bitcoin, Nuclear Power, and His Run for Governor - Free Georgia Podcast #2

Georgia LibertyCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 75:41


In this second episode of the podcast Jake is joined by Shane Hazel, the Georgia candidate for Governor on the Libertarian ticket in 2022. They dive into the new gun regulations that will take effect in the near future and what that means. They also focus on two of Shane's primary planks for his governor run, Bitcoin and Nuclear Power.To learn more about Shane's campaign or watch his podcast, visit shanehazel.comProduced by Peaceful Sea Productions•Website•Instagram•TwitterTo join the Libertarian Party or for more information visit LPGeorgia.com and join in on the conversation on Twitter.

The Everything Enthusiast
BONUS: Genesis Amaris Kemp Interviews Me on The GEMS Podcast

The Everything Enthusiast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 36:04


The wildly prolific Genesis Amaris Kemp invited me for a coffee chat and it was super fun - especially the rapid-fire round. I talk about the multi-passionate success tools you can obtain through personal development, the fact that confidence and courage can be trained, and why we should make art out of celebrating our achievements.Don't miss this special bonus episode!Support the show

Thomistic Institute Angelicum.
Dr. Kenneth Kemp - "The doctrine of Creation and Theories of Evolution"

Thomistic Institute Angelicum.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 42:02


Dr. Kenneth Kemp - "The doctrine of Creation and Theories of Evolution" by Angelicum Thomistic Institute

Lehman Ave Church of Christ
June Monthly Question & Answer Service by Hiram Kemp

Lehman Ave Church of Christ

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 24:20


June 26, 2022 - Sunday PM Sermon   Monthly Questions & Answers with Hiram Kemp   Questions to be covered. Deacons. Is this a title, job description, or both?  Are the men in Acts 6 deacons? Can individuals serve and be over a ministry who is not a deacon? What does it mean to honor your father and mother? As adults are we supposed to continue to honor our father and mother? How do you honor your father and mother when they are horrible or abusive to you? Why does God sanction the Israelites to honor the covenant with the Gibeonites? Are all sins equal in the eyes of God?   Duration 24:20

It’s Just Banter (MP3)

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Intersection Podcast
Intersection Podcast - 2022 Vol. 24

Intersection Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022


She for what? She for IT!
Interkulturelle Unterschiede im Management | Stefanie Kemp

She for what? She for IT!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 24:53


Diese Woche hat Stefanie Kemp, Leiterin von Oracle in Deutschland, ein paar Karrieretipps für euch. Im Interview mit Kristina Grasman stellt sie die absoluten Dos für eine erfolgreiche Karriere vor. Außerdem geht es um das Thema Leadership trotz interkultureller Unterschiede. Welche Trainings sich dafür lohnen und welche interkulturellen Missverständnisse Stefanie Kemp in ihrer eigenen Karriere begegnet sind, erfahrt ihr in dieser Folge.

I Heart 2C
Helping women look beautiful in a swimsuit with June Loop Swinwear founders Kristie Kemp & June Blackburn

I Heart 2C

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 24:37


I got the honor of co-hosting this episode with my 13 year old daughter, Madalyn. Talking with mother, daughter founders of June Loop Swimwear, June Blackburn and Kristie Kemp here in Nampa, was so special. These women have created a swimwear line that makes every woman of every shape and size feel beautiful and comfortable in a swimsuit. It just started with sewing some pieces from a pattern because June knew how to sew and Kristie wanted something different. Now it is a global brand with customers all over the world. They are now celebrating 8 years of business and continuing to creating beautiful pieces that help women shine in whatever body shape they are in. You can check out all their swimsuits here: https://juneloop.com And Follow them on Instagram and Facebook

I Heart 2C
Helping women look beautiful in a swimsuit with June Loop Swimwear founders Kristie Kemp & June Blackburn

I Heart 2C

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 24:37


I got the honor of co-hosting this episode with my 13 year old daughter, Madalyn. Talking with mother, daughter founders of June Loop Swimwear, June Blackburn and Kristie Kemp here in Nampa, was so special. These women have created a swimwear line that makes every woman of every shape and size feel beautiful and comfortable in a swimsuit. It just started with sewing some pieces from a pattern because June knew how to sew and Kristie wanted something different. Now it is a global brand with customers all over the world. They are now celebrating 8 years of business and continuing to creating beautiful pieces that help women shine in whatever body shape they are in. You can check out all their swimsuits here: https://juneloop.com And Follow them on Instagram and Facebook

"Breaking Chains" History Talk Podcast With Dr. Levert Kemp

"Breaking Chains "

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 77:00


Join us tonight Tuesday 7pm CST for "Breaking Chains" History Talk with Dr. Levert Kemp. Our Prayer is that you will be educated in the facts brought your way of the things that are going on in your community and communities all around this world to harm our people based on the lack of knowing Who We Are. Wake Up and Get Involved!!!  Where:www.blogtalkradio.com/yatradio Call in live:858-357-9137 Email: webreakingchains@gmail.com DONATE: CASHAPP= $YATLIVE I DON'T OWN THE RIGHTS TO THE MUSIC....

This is Your Sporting Life
He still hasn't paid me - Dean Kemp

This is Your Sporting Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 3:18


Dean Kemp reflects on being coached by Mick Malthouse and the time he did some tiling a his house that went horribly wrong

This is Your Sporting Life
I did ruin Brett Heady's car - Dean Kemp

This is Your Sporting Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 1:52


Dean Kemp reflects on some of the characters he played with at West Coast

This is Your Sporting Life
It was a scary time - Dean Kemp

This is Your Sporting Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 6:32


Dean Kemp's career came to a premature end due to a series of head knocks

This is Your Sporting Life
Collecting two medals in 1994 - Dean Kemp

This is Your Sporting Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 2:01


Dean Kemp reflects on collecting a premiership and a Norm Smith medal in 1994

This is Your Sporting Life
Contract time with Trevor Nisbett - Dean Kemp

This is Your Sporting Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 2:39


Sorting out your contract was always interesting with Eagles long time CEO Trevor Nisbett

Healthy Wealthy & Smart
594: Dr. Joanne Kemp, PhD: How to Manage Hip Pain in Young Adults

Healthy Wealthy & Smart

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 31:28


In this episode, Principal Research Fellow at Latrobe Sport and Exercise Medicine Research Centre, Dr Joanne Kemp PhD, talks about hip pain treatment and research. Today, Joanne talks about the common causes of hip pain, the difference between men's and women's hip pain, and the outcomes for patients that “wait and see”. How can PTs design and conduct evidence-based treatment programs? Hear about treating overachievers, referring out and using other treatments, and the upcoming Fourth WCSPT, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast.   Key Takeaways “It's important that patients understand that exercise is good for them and is not going to cause damage.” “With any strengthening program, you only need to do it 2 or 3 times a week to be effective.” “It's probably going to take 3 months for our rehabilitation programs to reach their full effect.” “If you don't get it right the first time, and if it takes you a little while to find your space, that's actually okay, because it's about the long journey, and you'll get there eventually.” “Don't stress about failure. It's about what you learn from that failure and how you adapt and change what you do.”   More about Joanne Kemp Associate Professor, Dr Joanne Kemp, is a Principal Research Fellow at Latrobe Sport and Exercise Medicine Research Centre and is a titled APA Sports Physiotherapist of 25+ years' experience. Joanne has presented extensively on the management of hip pain and hip pathology in Australia and internationally. Her research is focused on hip pain including early onset hip OA in younger adults, and its impact on activity, function, and quality of life. She is also focussed on the long-term consequence of sports injury on joint health. She has a particular focus on surgical and non-surgical interventions that can slow the progression and reduce the symptoms associated with hip pain, pathology, and hip OA. Joanne maintains clinical practice in Victoria.   Suggested Keywords Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Pain, Hip Pain, Pain Management, Injuries, Research, Osteoarthritis, Exercise, Physiotherapy, WCSPT, To learn more, follow Joanne at: Email:              j.kemp@latrobe.edu.au Website:          https://semrc.blogs.latrobe.edu.au/ Twitter:            @joannelkemp ResearchGate   4th World Congress of Sports Physical Therapy.   Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website:                      https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts:          https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify:                        https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud:               https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher:                       https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio:               https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927   Read the Full Transcript Here:  00:02 Hey, Joe, welcome to the podcast. I'm so happy to have you on. I've been wanting to have you on this podcast for such a long time. So thank you so much.   00:10 Thanks, Karen. It's great to be here, finally.   00:13 And of course, today we're going to be talking about hip pain, hip pathology, that is your zone of genius. So let's just dive right in. So let's talk about some common causes of hip pain in adults. And does this differ between women and men?   00:36 Yeah, look, it's a great question. And I think probably, we, I think we're starting to change our perspective on that difference between men and women and the causes of hip pain. I think that previously, we've sort of been very aware of the burden of hip pain in men and particularly young male athletes that there's been, you know, a growing body of research that's looked at at the prevalence and burden and causes of hip pain in young men. And probably that's led to a misconception that it affects men more than women. But it's only really that the research has been done in men, less and less so in women, like we see across, you know, the whole medical space. So if we think about the common causes of hip pain across the lifespan, when we're looking in sort of the adolescent and young adult population, you know, typical causes can be things like hip dysplasia, and that's actually is more common in women or young girls and women than boys and men so probably affects three times as many girls and women as it does men. And I think the prevalent when we're you know, the prevalence is perhaps higher than we previously thought. So, some studies are suggesting that up to 20% of adults have some form of hip dysplasia are shallow, hip socket shallow, so turbulent, and, and that that does lead to an increased risk of developing hip osteoarthritis in later life in later life. And even as young adults, sometimes we see patients with hip dysplasia, presenting with arthritis who need to go to hip replacement at a really young age in their 20s and 30s. So, hip dysplasia is a really common one. Another one that we've heard a lot about in the last 10 years is femoral acetabular, impingement syndrome, or FAI syndrome. So that's traditionally thought to be where there's impingement between the ball and the socket, either due to extra bone on the ballpark of the hip, which is can morphology or deep or retroverted socket, which has pencil morphology. And that's probably where a lot of the studies have been done, particularly in that young male adult adult population. But what we're now seeing when we look at the big cohorts, particularly of patients that end up presenting to hip arthroscopy is that it's about 5050. It's about 50% men and 50% women. So that burden is pretty equal across men and women. And that's another thing that does lead to an increased risk of hip osteoarthritis in later life. But the risk is not quite as high in FAI syndrome as it is in hip dysplasia. And it certainly is, it tends to be a slower burn. So these patients present for their hip replacements probably in their 50s and 60s, whereas hip dysplasia, we're seeing these patients in their 20s and 30s, with hip osteoarthritis. So that's probably the second most, the you know, the second cause in that younger age group. Then as we move into older adults, so sort of, you know, people 35 Plus sort of middle aged and older adults, that's where we really see hip osteoarthritis presenting itself, and it can be due to dysplasia or FAI syndrome. But it can also just sort of be that idiopathic arthritis that might be due to occupation, lots of different things. And again, that's reasonably equal men and women, but we do see women probably having a little bit more arthritis than men and more women going to hip replacement than men. And the outcomes for hip replacement are not as good in women as they are in men. So that burden is still probably skewed towards being higher in women than men. And then the other cause of hip pain that we see particularly in the middle age and older women is other gluteal pathologies or lateral hip pain, sometimes called you know, TRAQ, enteric, besides gluteal, tendinopathy, gluteal tendinitis, it has lots of different names. But that's a burden that definitely disproportionately affects women, over men. And particularly, once women get into that perimenopause, or menopause or post menopausal age group, there seems to be a relationship with with with hormones and with estrogen levels and the likelihood of gluteal tendinopathy becoming symptomatic as women sort of transition through that change. And so that's another really common cause. And we're now starting to be aware that often these women will present with combined hip osteoarthritis and gluteal tendinopathy. And that's where it can get really, really, really tricky as well. So yeah, look, it does. There's different, you know, different things that you see across the lifespan, but the burden is definitely I think, disproportionately higher in women than in men in a number of those conditions.   04:58 Yes, and I am firmly In the last group that you mentioned, I am just getting over, if you will, getting over gluteal tendinopathy, where I have to tell you it that is some serious pain. And, you know, when you're a physical therapist and you have people coming in, and they're explaining their pain to you, and you try and sympathize or empathize now I'm like, it is painful. Like I couldn't walk, I couldn't stand for more than like, four minutes. Yeah,   05:29 at least I've had the same thing. And, and I've been lucky that mine, I was sort of able to get on to it, knowing what it was and what to do fairly quickly. But it's very, and I think this is the thing with hip pain until you've had hip pain, whether it's glute tendinopathy, or intra articular, hip pain, it's really disabling. And it really affects everything you do in life, you can't sit without hurting, you can't walk without it hurting, you can't stand without it hurting, you can't lie on your side, without it hurting, you're getting in and out of the car, getting dressed, you know, trying to put your shoes on, it just affects every aspect of your life. And you know, and the pain can be quite intense and severe. So it does. You know, for people who are affected by hip pain, the burden is huge. And we see it reflected in the studies as well, where if you look at outcome scores for quality of life, young people with things like displays your FAI syndrome, their quality of life scores are as bad as people who have hip arthritis who are waiting for hip replacement. So it does, it's very, when you've got it, it's very, very impactful. And I think people until you've experienced it, perhaps people underestimate how bad it can be.   06:33 Yeah, and it can be really, like you said, it's very, very disabling. And it also can can make you very nervous. So you know, when these patients come in to see you. So as the physio, when these patients come in to see you, it really behooves you to sit and listen and really get that whole story so that you can make that differential diagnosis as best you can, if you don't have the diagnostic test to back it up, which often happens. Yeah, absolutely.   07:01 And I think that's the thing when the patient's present to you, and they're complaining of pain in that hip area, you can't just go to one test or one scan and say, Oh, it's definitely these, it's actually there's lots of pieces of the puzzle puzzle that you've got to put together, it can be really complex, and you absolutely have to listen to the patient. And I think fear, like you just said, is a huge thing. And we've seen this in our some of our qualitative work that's currently under review, but others as well that these patients are terrified to move, or to do exercise because they think it's going to hurt more. And they're really scared that it's going to cause more damage. And, and the irony is that exercise is the thing that we know is like is going to make them better. And once they get moving, they do feel better, but they're so scared to move because they're scared, they're gonna break something or make it worse or end up needing a hip replacement that they they don't they don't move. And it fear is a huge problem, you know, with these people.   07:53 Yeah, I mean, even myself as a physio I knew I needed to exercise, I sort of outsource my physio exercises to a friend of mine, Ellie summers, who's on the, on the west coast here in the United States, and she sent me exercises and even doing them, like it's not super comfortable. But within a month, I felt so much better. And now, you know, I'm back to running on the treadmill and doing all the things. But oftentimes, these patients and I may be wrong, but they're not sort of picking up on this within the first month of pain, you know, they might say, Oh, um, it'll go away. Let me give it another couple of weeks and have a couple of weeks. Whereas I was like, Okay, this is really painful. I'm getting to a doctor asap and starting these exercises ASAP. So what have you seen, even through the literature about when patients start to seek out care for this? And how can that affect their outcomes?   08:52 I think it's one of the things with hip pain that patients often will just leave it and they'll wait and see. And so we do know that in the younger age group, like if you think about FAI syndrome, for example, people will often not present for two or three years, they will pull up with the pain because it kind of comes and goes so they'll have a flare up, they'll be bad for a few weeks, it'll go away for a few weeks and have another flare up. And so because it's coming and going, they, I guess remain optimistic. It's human nature to be optimistic that it's going to get better by itself. And so it can often be a couple of years. We see this in the literature, you know, two or three years, but I see that in my clinical practice. And I'm sure you do, too, Karen, that patients, they'll come to you and they'll say, oh look, I've had this for two or three years, I was waiting for it to go away and now it's you know, suddenly getting worse and that's when they seek out care. And I think too, you know if we think coming back to what we were talking about with women is that these problems affect women who are really busy so they are often have busy careers. They're looking after families often, they they might be studying as well. They're juggling lots of things. So for them to try and fit in the medical care or, you know, physio care or whatever they need. It's really hard for them to find to make the time to do that. And I think that that's probably why they potentially delay seeking, seeking treatment as well.   10:12 Yeah, so many factors go into it. But bottom line is it hurts. Now, how let's talk about the physio side of things. So how can PTS design and conduct an evidence based treatment program? For, we'll say, for adults with hip pain? Yep.   10:31 So I think we probably the first thing is to set really good expectations for the patient. So often patients will come potentially looking for the quick fix. And so I think it's important that right up front, we say to our patients, that it does take a while for things to work, you should be starting to improve over that time, but they need to be committed to an exercise program that we know needs to be now at least three months long. So I think both the therapist and the patient need to be prepared for that longer term commitment as well. So I think that's the first thing is setting expectations, right. And then around those expectations, it's also really important that patients understand that exercise is good for them and is not going to cause damage. So you're really trying to get the confident to be able to exercise part of that is an understanding that it will like you just said like when you did your exercises, it's not super comfortable. But that's okay, they need to they don't want to be in a lot of pain, but they will probably have some pain and that that's actually okay and normal to have that. And it doesn't mean that they're causing more damage. That's just a normal part of the body adapting to the exercise process. Sometimes I find with patients to you in order to convince them of that, because sometimes they're a bit skeptical, they don't quite believe you that they give you know, they will do exercises for a week, just look, just have a week off the exercise and see what happens to your pain. And what they find is pain is no better when they're not exercising. But sometimes it's worse, it's usually worse or the same. And so then they're like, Oh yeah, now I understand the exercises and actually making my pain any worse. And so sometimes you might need to do that to get them to buy in. So I think getting them to buy into the timeframe the commitment that they're going to need to do and the fact that they will have a bit of pain, that's probably the biggest thing, then once you've done that, then you can start to develop your exercise program and the foundations of our exercise program. I like to think of it as being sort of two pronged. So the first one is the local exercise that we're doing for the hip joints. So that's where we do a lot of our strengthening exercises. So strengthening up the muscles around the hip. So the hip abductors, and the adductors flexes in the extensors. But then also really focusing on the core and the trunk is important because that controls the acetabulum, which controls the socket. So putting that in and then you know functional exercises as well. So teaching them how to do things like squats and lunges and going up and down stair. So our local rehab exercises should have primarily a strength focus, they might also need to have a range of motion focus as well. But we need to be careful with ranges of motion because sometimes those ranges of motion might be provocative for patients. So going into a lot of rotation or a lot of flexion could provoke pain. So strength is probably our big biggest focus. But then the second prong of our rehab program should be around general fitness in general activity. So you know, we know that the physical activity guidelines say that everybody should be doing 150 minutes of moderate activity a week or 75 minutes of vigorous activity, then that's just to be a healthy person, regardless of whether you've got a sore hip or not. So I think trying to get them to do general fitness, cardio, whatever you want to call it alongside their hip specific rehab is, is the thing that you need to do. And then what I try and do is I try and make that hip specific rehab, sort of normalize it as fitness training, rather than rehab. Because people get, they're going to be like, don't want to do rehab, everyone gets bored of rehab, you know, at home with your little bands. So trying to get them to do things like you know, incorporated as part of their twice a week strength training, where they go to the gym, for example, is really important. And with any strengthening program, you only need to do it two or three times a week to be effective. So people don't have to do it every day. So I think that's important too to for them to know, they'll get they'll have days off where they don't have to do it. But to find two or three days a week where they can commit to this the strengthening component of the program, the cardio fitness component of their program can fit in around their schedule. And something that I really like to do with patients is to sit down and actually look at their weekly schedule and help them schedule it into their diary. So don't just say to them, you go do this, you know, five times a week, you actually have to fight help them find those chunks of time where they can do it and they can find 30 minutes in their day to be able to commit to that exercise program.   14:50 Yeah, I really love that you said to emphasize that the strength thing has to be done two to three times a week, because oftentimes Well, I mean, I'm in New York City where you have a lot of is like very driven, sort of type A folks. And they think if you're not doing it every day, then it's not working. Yeah, you know, so to be able to reframe that for them and say, Hey, listen two to three times a week is what our goal is, and be very forceful on almost holding them back. Do you have any tips on how to hold people back? For those folks? Who are the overachievers?   15:26 It's hard. Yeah, it's really tricky, isn't it? I think sometimes I think people have to learn for themselves. So you kind of have to let them find out the hard way, maybe, and be prepared with some painkillers to settle things down. But ideally, you don't want to do that, if you can help it, I think, I find that presenting the evidence can be really, really helpful. So you know, talking about the strengthening guidelines that that show that two to three times a week is where you're going to get the maximum effect of strength. And if you do more than that, it's not going to really add to that you'll have already sort of hit that ceiling, and potentially give them something different to do on those other days, if you don't want them doing strength training two to three times a week. If there's someone who wants to do something every day, helping them find other things on those other days, so perhaps, you know, mixing it up with some cycling, walking or jogging, if they are able to do that some swimming, you know, sometimes, you know, it might be appropriate or safe for these patients, if they enjoy things like yoga or pilates, they can do that if it if it doesn't hurt in addition to their other things. So I think those type A personalities, you might need to fill the space on those other days. Give me something else to do.   16:33 Yeah, I think that's great advice. And now, sometimes, as physiotherapist we have to refer out. So when is it appropriate to refer out or to use other treatments such as surgery? How do we navigate that as a physio?   16:50 It's tricky. And I think the most important thing is that that has to be a shared decision that we make with our patients. And at the end of the day, they will have their beliefs and their priorities that will probably take them in certain directions. Having that three month rule is a good rule, I think that we know it's probably going to take three months for our rehabilitation programs to reach their full effect. But but it doesn't mean to say you keep doing things for three months, if you're not getting any improvement, we really want to see them starting to head in the right direction, probably within around about four weeks. Within, you know, two or three treatments, you should be starting to see some change even though we know it's gonna take longer than that to get the full effect. I think that if you're not seeing change within that first month or so, you have to start asking yourself questions about well, why why why aren't I getting changed? Do I need to look at this and red flags here? Do I need to potentially refer the patient to their GP? For some imaging, we know that, you know, people have a history of cancer, that breast cancer and the gynecological cancers and prostate cancer really caught the hip joint is a really common point from you know, where the cancer metastasizes. So, I think bearing in mind our red flags, you know, women with guide other gynecologic non cancer, but other gynecological issues, you often get pain in that same area. So, being open minded about some of the non musculoskeletal causes of pain and being prepared to refer on if someone's not improving in that time is important. Imaging, you know, we don't want to jump to imaging straightaway, it's not always necessary, but it is sometimes it is necessary. And I think don't be frightened to refer for imaging. If someone's not improving. The one thing that I and it's different in every country and our health systems are all different. But here in Australia as physios, we can refer for imaging, but I if I'm if I'm suspicious that there's a red flag, that's a medical thing that's outside my scope of practice, I will refer them to the GP for the GP to refer for imaging. And the reason for that is I if you refer for imaging, you need to be able and confident to tell the patient the results of their imaging and interpret them and then refer them on for appropriate care now, for those medical things. I think as physios that's way outside our scope of practice and we shouldn't be you know, if the scan comes back with cancer, like we can't that's way outside our scope and we shouldn't be having to to explain those results to patients, I think only refer for imaging yourself with your confidence of what you'll be able to interpret those findings. So don't be afraid to refer to the doctor. Some patients often need pain relief as well or anti inflammatory. So that's, you know, if you're not getting improvements in that four weeks, you may need to refer them to the doctor to get pain relief or anti inflammatory medication. Things like injectables again, we don't want to inject give people lots of injections but we know that the hip joint is often sign up at green flame. So you know a judiciously used cortisone injection can be helpful in in some cases. So I think it's been not afraid to refer on you know, when you just turn the video off, when you need when you need to, to, you know to those other things and then surgery is probably your last resort, but There are a small number of people who will potentially need surgery as well. So, but you wouldn't actually be looking at surgery until you really finish this full three months of rehab.   20:09 Yeah, that all makes perfect sense. And now as we kind of start to wrap things up, where there, is there anything that you know, we didn't cover, that you would really like the listeners to know, or to take away, whether that's from the literature or from your experience when it comes to hips?   20:31 Yeah, I think, look, I think we've covered most things. But I think what it is, is just being really confident to prescribe a good quality exercise program. And if you don't feel like you have the knowledge or skills to do that, don't be scared to either refer to a colleague who who might have more knowledge or skills, or to, you know, to look up the evidence with, you know, that the evidence is has really grown in the last couple of years. And we published a consensus paper in V jsme, 2020. That was a consensus paper on what physio treatment for hip pain in young and middle aged adults would be. So that's a really good resource, it's got some some good examples in that paper of the types of exercise that you should be doing. And then my colleague from the US might Raman also lead a consensus paper in that same series on the diagnosis and classification of hip pain. So that's another really good resource that you can go to that will help you clarify the different diagnosis in the hip and what what what sort of things you can do to confirm your clinical suspicion and your diagnosis.   21:34 Perfect. And now, you will also be speaking at the fourth World Congress of sports, physical therapy in Denmark, which is August 26th, to the 27th, you're doing to sort of 15 minute 15 minute talks repeated twice. So one talk repeated twice. On the second day of the conference, can you let the listeners know a little bit more about that. And if you have any sneak peak that you want to share?   22:04 Yeah, so I'm going to be doing that talk in combination with a with a great colleague of mine, a Danish colleague, Julie Jacobson. And so we're going to be talking about hip pain in women specifically. So looking at the common causes of hip pain in women and as as physios, or physical therapists, what we should be doing to manage to manage that, because it's a congress of sports, physio, or sports, physical therapy. It'll be slanted probably towards the younger, more athletic population. But I think there'll be some really great takeaways for anyone treating women in particular with hip pain. So we're going to be really, I think, trying to focus on what it is about women with hip pain that's unique and different to men, and really helping the therapist develop a rehab program that really targets the things that are important for women. So the impairments that women have the physical impairments, but also really targeting some of those, you know, we've got to think about the biopsychosocial model. So some of the psychological challenges that people with hip pain have that we've sort of touched on in terms of being fearful to move, but then the social challenges too, because we know that we do live in a gendered environment. And it's no different for women with hip pain, where they might face additional barriers to, you know, in this the way society is constructed to be able to access the best care. So it's also helping helping the clinician really become an help patients navigate some of those challenges as well.   23:27 I look forward to it. It sounds great. Now are what is there anything that you're looking forward to at the conference in Denmark? Have you looked through the program? Are there talks that you're looking forward to?   23:40 I look, there's there's going to be so many great talks there. Like it's such a I can't believe how many how much they've packed into two days, like for two day program, I'm actually really excited. by so many of the different tools, I think the thing I'm most excited about is after two years, it'll be nearly three years by then that we've actually been able to see each other face to face, just to have the opportunity to catch up face to face with so many great colleagues that I've worked with before, but also meet new colleagues as well, and have the chance to travel to beautiful Denmark. You know, I haven't been to the conference venue, but it looks amazing being on the coast. In summer, it's going to be beautiful. I know the conference Organizing Committee has got a great social program as well organized and the Danish conference dinners are always a highlight, I think of any program. So I'm really excited about that as well. Yeah, I just I just can't wait.   24:31 Yeah, it's it. You have the same answer that so far everyone has said as they just can't wait to be in person and to network and to hang out with people and to meet new people. So you're right along with everyone else that I think a lot of the other speakers that are going to the conference, and now where can people find you if they have questions, they want to see more of your research, where can they go?   24:55 So, um, so I'm on Twitter, so my Twitter account is at Joanne L. him. So L is my middle initial. And you're welcome to send me a message via Twitter. But you can also contact me via email. So my email address is the letter j.camp@latrobe.edu.au. And then our sports medicine allotropes sports and exercise Medicine Research Center has a has a webpage and a blog page where a lot of our research is highlighted there as well. So if you just Google up Latrobe, Sport and Exercise Medicine Research Center, that's the first thing that will pop up as well. And we have a lot of, you know, a lot of really good information. We've got a really our Research Center has a really strong knowledge translation arm and so a lot of my colleagues, which credit to all my colleagues who work in this space, have developed a lot of really great resources to infographics, videos of exercises, lots and lots of different things that can be found on our on our research, our centers, webpage and blog page as well. So lots of good resources there.   25:57 Excellent. And we'll have links to all of that in the show notes for this episode at podcast at healthy, wealthy smart.com. So one click will take you to all of the resources that that Joe just mentioned. And last question that I ask everyone is knowing where you are now in your life and in your career? What advice would you give to your younger self? So maybe straight out of physio I pick pick a year, any year you'd like?   26:22 It's great question. And it's funny because I was actually talking to my son's girlfriend the other night, who's at university, and she's finding it stressful and hard. And I actually shared with her something that I'm not afraid to share that I actually nearly failed my first year of university, because I was too busy enjoying the social aspect of uni life. And I think what I would say to my young, and that stressed me out and really upset me at the time. And I think what I would say to my younger self is if you don't get it right the first time. And if it takes you a little while to find your space, that that's actually okay, because it's about the long journey, and you'll get there eventually. And so if you hit hurdles and bumps and you don't, you're not always successful every time, it actually doesn't matter. Because as long as you keep on trying, you'll you'll get there in the end. So don't don't stress about failure. It's about what you learn from that failure and how you adapt and change what you do.   27:12 What excellent advice. Thank you so much. And thank you for coming on to the podcast. This was great. And I think the audience now has a better idea of what to do with their patients when they have hip pain. And if they don't, they can head over to Latrobe, they can go over to the website and get a lot of great resources from from you all and also look up a lot of your research. And if we can also put your Research Gate. Yeah, we can put that up in the show notes as well if that's okay, so that way people can kind of get a one stop shop on all of your research because it's extensive. So we'll have that up there as well. Thanks, Karen. Thank you so much. And everyone. Thanks so much for tuning in listening and we hope to see you in August in Denmark at the fourth World Congress Sports Physical Therapy again, that's August 26 and 27th. If you haven't registered, I highly suggest you get on it and hopefully we'll be able to see you in Denmark. So I look forward to seeing you then. And everyone have a great couple of days and stay healthy, wealthy and smart.

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor
Episode 69: Gemma Kemp

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 72:06


Gemma Kemp is a forensic pathologist and a mum of two little girls. We talked about the juxtaposition of motherhood with a job which is on the one hand fascinating, but on the other hand, unremitting and emotionally demanding. We agreed that the British attitude to dealing with death is generally unhelpful, from the euphemisms used to talk about it, to our inability to face the inevitable. Gemma explained in down-to-earth terms how she performs an autopsy, which she does day in and day out. She explained she feels honoured to be present at this final part of a person's journey. But she also shared that sometimes these encounters stay with and trouble her - especially when they involve children. Spinning Plates is produced by Claire Jones. Post-production is by Richard Jones. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Laymen's Cup Podcast
EP304: SBC Frustration

Laymen's Cup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 86:27


The title says it all. #SBC2022 You can support the show at Buymeacoffee.com/laymenscup If you are listening on iTunes, please subscribe and leave a review. Laymen on iTunes If you have comments or questions for us, you can email us at laymenscup@gmail.com. Find us on YouTube by searching for LaymensCup. Make sure to subscribe and hit the notification bell! We are on Facebook at www.facebook.com/laymenscup. You can also follow us on Instagram and Twitter @laymenscup. It is always our hope to get the Gospel out to as many people as possible and you can help us by sharing the show. Word of mouth is the greatest way we will get the show out to the masses. Thank you. Please pray for us, as we are praying for you. Kemp, Wes, Shaun, Bob, and Ann Our Sponsors Candee Land Creations Navigating Neverland with Amy Carolina Furniture Mart

Lehman Ave Church of Christ
”External Lessons from the Last Page of the Bible” by Hiram Kemp

Lehman Ave Church of Christ

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 35:12


 June 19, 2022 - Sunday PM Sermon   "External Lessons from the Last Page of the Bible” - Revelation 22:17-20 by Hiram Kemp Tips for Reading Revelation Correctly The Curse Will Be Removed - Rev 22:3 Obedience Is Rewarded - Rev 22:7, 22:14 God Alone Is Worthy of Worship - Rev 22:8-9 God Is the Alpha & Omega - Rev 22:13 God Is Inviting - Rev 22:17 Tampering With the Word Is Costly - Rev 22:18-19   Duration 35:13    

This is Your Sporting Life
This is your Journey - Dean Kemp

This is Your Sporting Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 44:01


On the weekend West Coast celebrate the 30th anniversary of their historic premiership in 1992, Sam Edmund chats with one of the Eagles greatest players Dean Kemp. The smooth moving midfielder played in premierships in 1992 and 1994, in the latter he won the Norm Smith Medal. Kemp was forced into early retirement in 2001 after a series of head knocks. As well as being one of West Coast's greatest ever players, Kemp is also a member of the Australian Football Hall of Fame

Denník N Podcasty
Hiking podcast: Lezecký kemp na Kalamárke postavíme na princípe minimálnych zásahov do prírodného prostredia, hovorí architektka Šajdová

Denník N Podcasty

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 26:05


Kalamárka na Poľane je lezcami veľmi vyhľadávaná oblasť. V okolí ale nie je žiadne zázemie a lokalita preto vysokým záujmom ľudí trpí. Architektka Diana Šajdová to chce zmeniť a v tesnom dotyku postaviť kemp. Bude sa volať Štand.

FIA Speaks
Baton's Jerome Kemp discusses post-trade opportunities

FIA Speaks

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 27:32


In our latest MarketVoice Podcast, Walt Lukken, President and CEO talks with former FIA Chairman Jerome Kemp about the movement towards real-time settlement in the derivatives industry. Kemp, the former global head of futures, clearing, and FX prime brokerage at Citi and currently president of post-trade solutions provider Baton Systems, noted that the global cleared derivatives markets continue to prove resilient and efficient on the whole. However, he notes that over the last few decades the industry has largely focused on the execution side, without properly addressing delays, risks and some bottlenecks when it comes to settlement. "You can execute in essentially real time, and when it comes to settling a trade or moving margin you're looking at at least 24 hours," Kemp said. "The implications of that are massive."

It’s Just Banter (MP3)

Preview of premium episode about analysis of breaking news. Subscribe here: http://www.patreon.com/ItsJustBanter

Toplines and tales
85 - Characters in Livestock - Chip Kemp

Toplines and tales

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 55:15


‘If you treat your cows as a religion, you're doing it wrong!' says Chip Kemp, our highly experienced and entertaining ‘character in livestock' this week. In his role with the Simmental Association in US, Chip has a massive insight into the beef industry and how it is rapidly evolving across the world, not just the business but the function of the breed association itself. Their IGS database globally evaluates 20 million cattle across all breeds, making it the biggest and most accurate tool in the industry. We move on to discuss hybrid and composite breeding, in what I think is one of the most eye-opening episodes to date, and possibly a glimpse into the future.

BIPAC's Podcast
BIPAC Rundown Weekly Podcast - June 15, 2022

BIPAC's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 3:43


The following political analysis is from Business-Industry Political Action Committee (BIPAC) Senior Political Analyst Jim Ellis.  BIPAC is an independent, bipartisan organization.  It is provided solely as a membership benefit to the organization's 200-plus member companies and trade associations.  The views and opinions expressed do not necessarily represent those of any particular member or organization.

Faith Radio Podcast from The Meeting House
Kemp, Jeff - Fatherhood CoMission, MenHuddle.com

Faith Radio Podcast from The Meeting House

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 20:33


Ambassador for the Fatherhood CoMission, Jeff Kemp, discussed Biblically-centered principles relative to fatherhood and reflected on the example of his own father.  He has written, Men Huddle Playbook for Level 5 Friendship, available free through menhuddle.com.  You can learn about the Fatherhood CoMission at fatherhoodcomission.com.

"Breaking Chains" History Talk Podcast With Dr. Levert Kemp

"Breaking Chains "

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 98:00


Join us tonight Tuesday 7pm CST for "Breaking Chains" History Talk with Dr. Levert Kemp. Our Prayer is that you will be educated in the facts brought your way of the things that are going on in your community and communities all around this world to harm our people based on the lack of knowing Who We Are. Wake Up and Get Involved!!!  Where:www.blogtalkradio.com/yatradio Call in live:858-357-9137 Email: webreakingchains@gmail.com DONATE: CASHAPP= $YATLIVE I DON'T OWN THE RIGHTS TO THE MUSIC....

Autism Live
Elopement Discussion + Author - Sara Bradford & Pediatric Occupational Therapist - Dr. Erika Kemp

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 68:43


A discussion about Elopement for the jargon of the day before our host Shannon is joined by our guest, Pediatric Occupational Therapist and Assistant Professor in the School of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences at The Ohio State University, Dr. Erika Kemp! After that, Shannon interviews Author, Autism advocate and global speaker, Sara Bradford! Tune in! #Elopement #Autism #YoutubeLive  Links Below: https://nationalautismassociation.org/resources/autism-safety-facts/ http://osuwmc.multimedia-newsroom.com/index.php/2022/05/24/adaptive-swim-classes-build-confidence-and-safety-for-autistic-children/ https://hrs.osu.edu/faculty-and-staff/faculty-directory/kemp-erika Link Tree https://linktr.ee/AutismLive Order the book written by the host of Autism Live, Shannon Penrod! https://www.amazon.com/Autism-Parent-Sanity-Saving-Spectrum/dp/1949177858 https://www.fhautism.com/shop/autism-parent-to-parent/ Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/autism-live/id827968203 Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/autismlivepodcast Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0TXbDFs8cLP0UQbNVqHThf?si=VbEfw4_oRjqJY3vK2pgmFg IHeartRadio.com https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-autism-live-51537613/ Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/Autism-Live-Podcast/B08JJN7B28?qid=1611965289&sr=1-1&ref=a_search_c3_lProduct_1_1&pf_rd_p=83218cca-c308-412f-bfcf-90198b687a2f&pf_rd_r=M68PFW27AP000G4N9CCJ Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/search/autism%live  

Money Talk With Tiff
Knowing Your Why with Genesis Amaris Kemp

Money Talk With Tiff

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 22:34


In this episode, Visionary Life coach, Genesis Amaris Kemp, joins Tiffany to discuss how to find your 'why' and empower yourself to pursue your goals. About Our Guest Genesis Amaris Kemp is a Visionary Life coach, Motivational Speaker, and Author. A Firecracker and “Mindset Hacker” a force to be reckoned with. Genesis is a woman that empower others to speak up for themselves. Yes, it may be challenging; yes, it may hurt. But in the long run, she desires to encourage others to help those who may not have a voice. She is a trailblazer who wants others to live out their dreams, goals, and visions. We all have been given an excellent purpose in life. It is up to us to walk it out and live victoriously! She is multifaceted and multidimensional that cannot be contained in a box or compartmentalized. Connect with Genesis Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/genesisamariskemp/?hl=en Twitter: @GenesisAKemp Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/genesisamaris.kemp.3 Connect with Tiffany on Social Media Facebook: Money Talk With Tiff Twitter: @moneytalkwitht Instagram: @moneytalkwitht LinkedIn: Tiffany Grant

ZimmComm Golden Mic Audio
2022 AgGateway Mid-Year - Brent Kemp interview

ZimmComm Golden Mic Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 8:22


Brent Kemp, President/CEO, AgGateway

My Favorite Mistake
The Firecracker Who Was Too Bold in a Relationship and at Work: Genesis Amaris Kemp's Favorite Mistakes

My Favorite Mistake

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 43:52


Author of the book Chocolate Drop in Corporate America: From The Pit To The Palace. Episode page: https://markgraban.com/mistake168 My guest for Episode #168 of the My Favorite Mistake podcast is Genesis Amaris Kemp. She is a Creative Content Writer, Author, Self-Development Advocate, Visionary, Inclusion and Diversity enthusiast, and (I love this) a “Firecracker, and a force to be reckoned with.” She is a woman of color, a trailblazer who wants others to live out their dreams, goals, and visions. She's the author of the book Chocolate Drop in Corporate America: From The Pit To The Palace. Genesis has been featured on four dozen-plus podcasts, and magazines, and then decided to finally start her own podcast, GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp. In this episode, Genesis shares her “favorite mistake” stories about being too bold. Why did her now-husband break up with her four times? Why was she told to stop being so bold at work? Was there a double standard for a woman of color? What did she learn and how did she adapt, while remaining true to herself? We also talk about questions and topics including: Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man — relationships book, Steve Harvey Working in oil and gas – male dominated Double standard for women? More so as a woman of color? You write about choosing a major (and changing majors) — tell us about that thought process. In your book, you talk about having 3 job opportunities… it sounds like you chose what was the best for the long term (not just the highest pay in the now). What led to that decision? What led to you writing your book? Mistakes related to DEI — that organizations make or that individuals make? Tell us about your Podcast: Dad - victim of a medication error while a patient… paralyzed Prompted her to talk about the grief journey… into a microphone Find Genesis on social media: Twitter Facebook YouTube Instagram --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/favorite-mistake/support

Laymen's Cup Podcast
EP303: The Broken Mind

Laymen's Cup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 120:08


On this episode we discuss mental health. The suicide helpline is either 1-800-273-8255  or 998.  You can support the show at Buymeacoffee.com/laymenscup If you are listening on iTunes, please subscribe and leave a review. Laymen on iTunes If you have comments or questions for us, you can email us at laymenscup@gmail.com. Find us on YouTube by searching for LaymensCup. Make sure to subscribe and hit the notification bell! We are on Facebook at www.facebook.com/laymenscup. You can also follow us on Instagram and Twitter @laymenscup. It is always our hope to get the Gospel out to as many people as possible and you can help us by sharing the show. Word of mouth is the greatest way we will get the show out to the masses. Thank you. Please pray for us, as we are praying for you. Kemp, Wes, Shaun, Bob, and Ann Our Sponsors Candee Land Creations Navigating Neverland with Amy Carolina Furniture Mart

Lehman Ave Church of Christ
”How to Draw Near to God” by Hiram Kemp

Lehman Ave Church of Christ

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 35:46


June 12, 2022 - Sunday AM Sermon   “How to Draw Near to God” (James 4:4-12) Hiram Kemp Introduction: 1. There are times in our lives when we feel very ______ to God. There are other times   when we feel very ________ from him.  2. We all should take personal ________ for our ____________ to ________. We can  close the ___________ or __________ it. 3. What are the _________ steps we need to take to draw near to __________? I. Refuse _________ with the __________ (4:4-5) II. __________ your _____________ (4:6, 4:10) III. ___________ and ____________ (4:7) IV. ____________ spiritual __________ (4:8) V. Get ___________ of ____________ sins (4:8-9) VI. Love __________ people (4:11) VII. __________ your ___________ (4:12) Conclusion: 1. God wants us all to draw near so he can ________ us. We have to want to be   __________ to ___________ too. 2. We will be as __________ to __________ as we __________ to be. Let us   __________ wisely.    Duration 35:46

Author Pep Talks
A Pep Talk from Laekan Zea Kemp #19

Author Pep Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 1:24


A Pep Talk for the Writer who needs a warm-up. Connect with Laekan online: Laekan's Website Twitter Instagram Buy her book!

Dyl & Friends
"I hated my 9-5 and I had to make a change" with Denan Kemp from episode #87

Dyl & Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 5:35


Software Defined Talk
Episode 362: Are we using version control?

Software Defined Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 67:50


This week we discuss work life balance, the State of Continuous Delivery Survey and recap WWDC. Plus, some thoughts on Buddha and parenting… Runner-up Titles The Buddha had no kids The Air Fryer is a PaaS. Rundown Work vs. Life Office workers get little reward for returning to the office – an idle factory is taboo (https://cote.io/2022/06/08/office-workers-get-little-reward-for-returning-to-work-an-idle-factory-is-taboo/) CEOs had a phenomenal year. 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(https://www.nytimes.com/2022/05/25/business/bolt-layoffs.html) Layoffs.fyi - Tech Layoff Tracker and Startup Layoff Lists (https://layoffs.fyi/) Proton Is Trying to Become Google—Without Your Data (https://www.wired.com/story/proton-mail-calendar-drive-vpn/) OpenStack, except it's outer space, (https://twitter.com/Kemp/status/1530198772872933377) Microsoft confirms it's taking a 'new approach' with its game streaming device | Engadget (https://www.engadget.com/microsoft-confirms-its-taking-a-new-approach-to-its-game-streaming-device-090144247.html) How to do fun and interesting executive dinners, round tables, etc. – online and in-person (https://cote.io/2022/05/27/how-to-do-executive-dinners/) Over 380 000 open Kubernetes API servers | The Shadowserver Foundation (https://www.shadowserver.org/news/over-380-000-open-kubernetes-api-servers/) Twitter fined $150M for misusing 2FA data (https://www.techtarget.com/searchsecurity/news/252520746/Twitter-fined-150M-for-misusing-2FA-data) First she documented the alt-right. Now she's coming for crypto. (https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2022/05/29/molly-white-crypto/) Exclusive: Microsoft continues to iterate on an Xbox cloud streaming device codenamed 'Keystone' (https://www.windowscentral.com/gaming/xbox/exclusive-microsoft-continues-to-iterate-on-an-xbox-cloud-streaming-stick-codenamed-keystone) Microsoft won't lower software costs on AWS, Google clouds (https://www.techtarget.com/searchenterprisedesktop/news/252520735/Microsoft-wont-lower-software-costs-on-AWS-Google-clouds) A researcher's avatar was sexually assaulted on a metaverse platform owned by Meta, making her the latest victim of sexual abuse on Meta's platforms, watchdog says (https://www.businessinsider.com/researcher-claims-her-avatar-was-raped-on-metas-metaverse-platform-2022-5) Forget LinkedIn—Your Next Job Offer Could Come via Slack (https://www.wsj.com/articles/job-hunters-workers-use-slack-to-find-job-offers-fast-11653918510) Sheryl Sandberg will leave Meta after 14 years this fall (https://www.protocol.com/sheryl-sandberg-meta-coo) This crypto startup believes 'sex-to-earn' is the future of web3 (https://www.inputmag.com/tech/sexn-crypto-startup-sex-to-earn-web3-nfts) ExpressVPN rejects CERT-In directives, removes its India servers (https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/tech/technology/expressvpn-rejects-cert-in-directives-suspends-india-ops/articleshow/91956961.cms) MongoDB CTO on (no)SQL, Superapps, and Southeast Asia (https://future.com/mongodb-cto-cloud-providers-southeast-asia/) Google is combining Meet and Duo into a single app for voice and video calls (https://www.theverge.com/2022/6/1/23149832/google-meet-duo-combination-voice-video) This VR headset will measure a user's brain activity (https://www.pcgamer.com/this-vr-headset-will-measure-a-users-brain-activity) Tesla has to respond to increase in phantom braking complaints (https://electrek.co/2022/06/03/tesla-respond-increase-phantom-braking-complaints/) Amazon's retail CEO is resigning after 23 years (https://www.theverge.com/2022/6/3/23153327/amazon-ceo-consumer-retail-businesses-dave-clark-resigning) Zoom Hires Greg Tomb as President (https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2022/06/06/2457166/0/en/Zoom-Hires-Greg-Tomb-as-President.html?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newsletter_axioslogin&stream=top) Peloton hires Amazon Web Services executive Liz Coddington as new CFO in latest shakeup (https://techcrunch.com/2022/06/07/peloton-hires-amazon-executive-liz-coddington-new-cfo-latest-shakeup/) Musk accuses Twitter of 'resisting and thwarting' his right to information on fake accounts (https://www.cnbc.com/2022/06/06/musk-says-twitter-is-refusing-to-share-data-on-spam-accounts.html) ‘A new IBM': How the tech giant simplified its marketing (https://www.marketingweek.com/ibm-simplifying-marketing/) Coinbase extends hiring pause for 'foreseeable future' and plans to rescind some offers (https://www.cnbc.com/2022/06/02/coinbase-hiring-pause-for-foreseeable-future-and-will-rescind-offers.html) Evading the Big Blue Name Police (https://www.itjungle.com/2022/06/08/evading-the-big-blue-name-police/) IBM CEO explains why company offloaded Watson Health (https://www.theregister.com/2022/06/08/ibm_ceo_arvind_krishna_explains/) MongoDB fires up new cloud, on-premises releases (https://venturebeat.com/2022/06/07/mongodb-fires-up-new-cloud-on-premise-releases/) In reversal, Twitter plans to comply with Musk's demands for data (https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2022/06/08/elon-musk-twitter-bot-data/) OpenCost: Open Source Collaboration on Kubernetes Cost Standards (https://thenewstack.io/opencost-open-source-collaboration-on-kubernetes-cost-standards/) Kubecost launches open-source OpenCost project (https://siliconangle.com/2022/06/02/kubecost-launches-open-source-opencost-project-keep-lid-kubernetes-spending/) Datadog's 2022 State of Serverless repor (https://www.datadoghq.com/state-of-serverless/)t (https://www.datadoghq.com/state-of-serverless/) The IRS needs digital transformation (https://twitter.com/josephzeballos/status/1534189391328976897?s=21&t=uPoXtZtzX-q_GAtodVVbsg) Oracle quietly closes $28B deal to buy electronic health records company Cerner (https://techcrunch.com/2022/06/07/oracle-quietly-closes-28b-deal-to-buy-electronic-health-records-company-cerner/) Nonsense The Cast of HBO's 'Silicon Valley' Cast Explains What Real Startups Do (NSFW) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Y64UeNeiOM) WSJ News Exclusive | Justin Timberlake Sells Song Catalog to Blackstone-Backed Fund (https://www.wsj.com/articles/justin-timberlake-sells-song-catalog-to-blackstone-backed-fund-11653557400) Every person in the U.S. now receives an average of 65 packages a year. (https://twitter.com/mims/status/1529222322686672896) Spotify Podcasters Are Making $18,000 a Month With Nothing But White Noise (https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-06-01/how-to-make-money-on-spotify-a-white-noise-podcast-could-bring-you-big-bucks) Flying ice cream? Unilever links with drone delivery service Flytrex (https://www.fooddive.com/news/flying-ice-cream-unilever-links-with-drone-delivery-service-flytrex/624541/) Texas to reclaim home of the largest Buc-ee's (https://www.kxan.com/news/texas/texas-to-reclaim-home-of-the-largest-buc-ees/) Sponsors Teleport — The easiest, most secure way to access infrastructure. (https://goteleport.com/?utm_campaign=eg&utm_medium=partner&utm_source=sdt) Listener Feedback / Jobs Tim wants you to work at Biogen as a Global DevOps Lead, Commercial & Medical IT (https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/Biogen/743999821251393-global-devops-lead-commercial-medical-it) Walmart is hiring Principal Software Engineer - Linux Kernel in Sunnyvale, California (https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/2945555862) Ryan wants you to work at DataDog as the Vice President, Events and Field Marketing (https://www.datadoghq.com/careers/detail/?gh_jid=4252681) J&J Senior Algorithm Analytics Engineer in Redwood City, California | Medical Devices (https://jobs.jnj.com/jobs/2206008429W?lang=en-us) NYTimes is hiring a Staff Software Engineer - CI/CD Platform (https://nytimes.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/Tech/job/New-York-NY/Staff-Software-Engineer---CI-CD-Platform_REQ-012710) Conferences FinOps X (https://events.linuxfoundation.org/finops-x/), June 20-21, 2022, Matt's there! DevOps Loop (https://devopsloop.io), June 22nd. Free! Coté put the agenda together. Open Source Summit North America (https://events.linuxfoundation.org/open-source-summit-north-america/), June 21-24, 2022, Matt's there! 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6AM Run
6AMRun.com & Guest - Genesis Amaris Kemp

6AM Run

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 29:21


Join 6AMRun.com Founder & CEO Hami Mahani, & co-host Ari F. as we introduce you to Genesis Amaris Kemp. Genesis Amaris Kemp is a Creative Content Writer, Author, Self-Development Advocate, Visionary, Inclusion and Diversity enthusiast, Firecracker, and a force to be reckoned with. She is a woman of color who said, “Enough is enough,” and is now bolder than ever. She tried to remain silent, but that didn't work because no change occurred. Today, Genesis is readapting to the current times and making some life-changing decisions. She is stepping outside of her comfort zone by speaking up, challenging the status quo, and refusing to let limitations on her keep her down. Genesis is a woman who will do great things that empower others to speak up for themselves. Yes, it may be challenging; yes, it may hurt. But in the long run, she desires to encourage others to help those who may not have a voice. She is a trailblazer who wants others to live out their dreams, goals, and visions. If it takes her writing this book (Chocolate Drop in Corporate America: From The Pit To The Palace) to accomplish those tasks, then so be it. We all have been given an excellent purpose in life. It is up to us to walk it out and live victoriously! Genesis has been featured on four dozen-plus podcasts, magazines and then decided to finally start her own podcast, GEMS, with Genesis Amaris Kemp. Check out the 2nd Edition of my book Chocolate Drop in Corporate America: From The Pit to The Palace You can connect with me on IG & FB @GenesisAmarisKemp https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa6LolDbQt37eSsotGUtSyA To be a guest, or share your story with the 6AM Run Community apply at: https://forms.gle/hBHCKpYKT6R9tH6m7 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Gamer's Guild: A Marvel Crisis Protocol Podcast
EP 22. Roster Construction with Dallas Kemp (MCP Sculpting Director)

The Gamer's Guild: A Marvel Crisis Protocol Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 59:08


Josh is joined by Dallas this week to discuss his roster building process as someone who is closely tied to the game, and I don't think I'm going to be wrong in saying you have probably never seen an approach like this to roster building and the narrative that Dallas creates when selecting his characters. Shop at http://www.tritex-games.co.uk/ to help support the guild and use code: TRITEXGGCP5 to save an additional 5% on any of your MCP purchases! You can also find Tritex Games on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/tritexgames/ and on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/TritexGamesLtd If you would like to further support the channel go here to find out more: https://www.patreon.com/Thegamersguild If you have any questions send them here: thegamerguild24@gmail.com Or find me on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/thegamersguild24

Cancel Me Now Podcast
Bloke In A Bar (Denan Kemp) | Cancel Me Now #26

Cancel Me Now Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 79:30


JOIN BUTTSMARN PREMIUM: https://www.patreon.com/buttsmarnpremiumCLIPS CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBZxAiF8yY6YKx35sFA2CyAMY NEW SPECIAL STREAMING NOW - https://www.isaacbutterfield.shopLISTEN ON:ITUNES: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-butterfield-effect/id1478090865SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/03mJpS6k7RWXNeIqyGoB78?si=kdXwX5W1TZKkQLkgqulGTwINSTAGRAM: @thebuttsmarnTWITTER: @thebuttsmarnFACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Thebuttsmarn/FOLLOW THE GHOST GRANNIESINSTAGRAM: @anneandrenataTIKTOK: @anneandrenataFACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/AnneAndRenataTRUE HAUNTINGS PODCAST Available on iTunes/Spofity See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Cygnal Pulse Podcast
Pulse Pod Ep. 46 - w/ Noah Rudnick & Bobby Saparow

Cygnal Pulse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 21:28


On this week's episode of the Pulse Pod, Chris and Brent are joined by Cygnal's Director of Sampling & Innovation, Noah Wyhof-Rudnick, and Robert “Bobby” Saparow, Governor Brian Kemp's campaign manager. Together, they discuss the major advantages provided by Cygnal's Momentum, an innovative tracking methodology that recently won a Gold Pollie Award at the AAPC Pollies in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and that has helped Kemp's race achieve unprecedented success in Georgia.

The God and Gigs Show
From Corporate to Creative: How To Be Courageous During Your Career Change w/ Genesis Amaris Kemp, Speaker & Author

The God and Gigs Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 43:06


Are you starting to wonder if your current career is actually a creative coffin?No one wants their creative dreams to die while they work to sustain someone else's vision...and that's where our guest, Genesis Amaris Kemp, found herself after climbing the corporate ladder - and being knocked off of it - for 15 years before she stepped into a whole new role as a life coach, author and speaker. In this episode, you'll learn the mindset, motivation and methods Genesis used to navigate through a challenging corporate culture, til she was able to discover her voice and implement her vision to help others to reach their fullest potential - no matter where their career takes them. As a visionary life coach, prolific podcaster and passionate advocate for diversity and inclusion, Genesis Amaris Kemp has established herself as valuable resource for workers at every stage of their business careers. Her book, Chocolate Drop in Corporate America, addresses the struggles of minorities who face racism and prejudice from their employers and details her personal triumph in the face of major obstacles and hard hits from life. Stay Connected with Genesis Here:Genesis' WebsiteFollow Genesis on InstagramListen to GEMS PodcastRead "Chocolate Drop In Corporate America" More Helpful Resources for Creatives Join our membership for highly motivated creatives who want to gain complete confidence as artists and entrepreneurs - God and Gigs 360! Join for 30 days FREE by going to godandgigs.com/freetrialGodandGigs.com/ToolKit - check out ALL of our most trusted and effective tools and resources for faith-focused creatives Godandgigs.com/grow - FREE trainings where you'll learn how to build your online audience and connect deeply with those you are called to reach with your creative workLearn about The 4 Questions you need to ask before going Full-Time in Arts and EntertainmentJoin our God and Gigs Facebook Group so you can watch more of our Facebook Live chats! 

It’s Just Banter (MP3)

Preview of premium episode about Mormon MomTok. Subscribe here: http://www.patreon.com/ItsJustBanter

Firefly By Iris Janet
Workplace Challenges: Purpose vs. Passion - Genesis Amaris Kemp

Firefly By Iris Janet

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 28:05


Employees' most common workplace issues3 things to survive in the business worldPowerful ways to empower oneself when working in the corporate environment3 Tips for overcoming workplace challenges RESOURCESHealth Product: Kyani SunriseHealth Product Website: KyaniPodmatchABOUT GENESIS AMARIS KEMPGenesis is a Creative Content Writer, Author, Self-Development Advocate, Visionary, Inclusion and Diversity enthusiast, and a Firecracker a force to be reckoned with. Genesis is a woman of color who said, “Enough is enough,” and is now bolder than ever. She tried to remain quiet, but that didn't work because no change occurred. Today, she is readapting to the current times and making some life-changing decisions. She is stepping outside of her comfort zone by speaking up, challenging the status quo, and refusing to let limitations placed on her keep her down. Genesis sees herself as a visionary and a woman who will go on to do great things that empower others to speak up for themselves. Yes, it may be hard; yes, it may hurt. In the long run,  she desires to encourage others to help those who may not have a voice. She is a trailblazer who wants others to live out their dreams, goals, and visions. If it takes her writing this book to accomplish those tasks, then so be it. We all have been given a wonderful purpose in life. It is up to us to walk it out and live victoriously! CONNECT WITH GENESIS AMARIS KEMPWebsite: GENESIS AMARIS KEMP CONNECT WITH USWebsite:  www.fireflybyirisjanet.comInstagram - @firefly_ijFacebook - @Iris Janet CoachingPodcast - Firefly by Iris Janet Clubhouse @fireflyirisAudible - www.audibletrial.com/firefly “Emit your light and attract your desire”

The FOX News Rundown
From Washington: Remembering Our Fallen Heroes

The FOX News Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 31:32


Americans across the country will spend Memorial Day remembering and honoring the service of fallen soldiers. Retired Major General Mark Graham is familiar with this grief as he lost two sons fighting different but very tragic battles: suicide and in the field of combat in Iraq. He joins the FOX News Rundown: From Washington podcast to discuss the legacy his sons leave behind, how his organization Vets4Warriors, works to support those in the military community, and how he hopes the stigma surrounding mental health is eliminated in the future. Georgia votes for a rematch in the swing state's governor's race this week. Republican incumbent Brian Kemp coasted to a primary win on Tuesday, easily defeating former Senator David Perdue who was backed by former President Donald Trump. Kemp's landslide to victory, along with the wins of other GOP incumbents without a Trump endorsement, raises questions about the power of the former President's stamp of approval in the Republican party. Managing Editor of Sabato's Crystal Ball at the University of Virginia Center For Politics, Kyle Kondik discusses Tuesday's primary results and what they tell voters about the Midterm Elections in November. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Larry Elder Show
Trump Didn't Lose the Georgia Primary, Bryan Kemp Won

The Larry Elder Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 25:07


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The Daily Zeitgeist
Our Celebrity Obsessions, Preemptive Trump Dump 05.24.22

The Daily Zeitgeist

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 65:45


In episode 1254, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian and host of Dear Owen Wilson, Blair Socci to discuss… Trump abandons Perdue in Georgia, Bezos Can't Hide it Anymore, He'll Do Anything To Stop the Discourse Around Corp Greed, Celebrity Crushes/Obsessions and more! Trump abandons Perdue in Georgia Bezos Can't Hide it Anymore, He'll Do Anything To Stop the Discourse Around Corp Greed LISTEN: Entanglement by Soccer96 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.