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Women Over 50 - A Life Redesigned
Keeping the Adventure Alive After 50 - My Conversation with Dr. Alyssa Kuhn

Women Over 50 - A Life Redesigned

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 26:29


Ready for a community of amazing women who will support you, inspire you, and encourage you on your redesign? https://www.womenover50aliferedesigned.space/ (Join our Community) Got something to say? Email me - shelly@shellydrymon.com Alyssa Kuhn is a Doctor of Physical Therapy whose mission is to help those with knee and hip osteoarthritis keep their adventures alive because so many people think that they can't. There is an amazing opportunity for people to avoid surgery, manage pain with movement, and live an adventurous life. Alyssa has seen essentially the two main sides of osteoarthritis management during her physical therapy career and it sparked her to create her own business. One side, including disability and life-altering pain at 40+ and the other side encompassing those in their 80s+ that remained active, social, and adventurous. The difference between the two? Understanding their options and the importance of movement. Alyssa wants those with osteoarthritis to find hope again instead of being discouraged by society. You can connect with Alyssa here: Website https://www.instagram.com/adventurealive (Instagram) https://www.youtube.com/alyssaadventurealive (YouTube) Get the free https://www.arthritisadventure.com/optin163035921516 (4 day arthritis friendly workout challenge) that would help you get started and discover what movements are good for your joints Support this podcast

Informationen am Mittag Beiträge - Deutschlandfunk
Hoffnung auf Trabert und alte Konflikte - Jahresauftakt der Linkspartei

Informationen am Mittag Beiträge - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 3:51


Kuhn, Johanneswww.deutschlandfunk.de, Informationen am MittagDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Kommentar - Deutschlandfunk
Lauterbach in der Doppelrolle - Der verkorkste Impfpflicht-Prozess

Kommentar - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 2:51


Kuhn, Johanneswww.deutschlandfunk.de, Kommentare und Themen der WocheDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

@mediasres - Deutschlandfunk
Telegram endlich regulieren: Was die Bundesregierung plant

@mediasres - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 4:23


Kuhn, Johanneswww.deutschlandfunk.de, @mediasresDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

BaseballBiz
Curt Flood the fight for Baseball Players to Free Agency

BaseballBiz

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 55:53


Brad Snyder, Professor of Law at Georgetown and Author of "A Well-Paid Slave" visits BaseballBiz and shares his story about Curt Flood and his legal battles to fight for player's rights for some control over their careers.Career of Curt Flood began with Reds in 1956First trade to St. Louis Cardinals 7x Golden Glove player6x MVPCurt Flood cerebral man, civil rights activistOakland – diverse early days of his baseball journeyRacism in Reds minor leagues 1961 integrated spring training in St PetersburgCurt works with Jackie Robinson, Medgar Evans for Civil Rights in MississippiShotgun Threats against Curt and his family Cincinnati All Black outfield would not stand and Curt was traded to CardinalsPhiladelphia trade – black players faced a lot of racismCurt wanted to control his own path after playing 12 years How would Social Media have allowed Curt to control the narrative look to LeBron James and how he has controlled his message through Social Media?Curt challenged the trade with the December 24 letter to Bowie KuhnCosell interview Backing of MLBPA Players Representatives including Roberto Clemente & Reggie JacksonMarvin Miller would have selected different counsel for CurtThe Reserve Clause – a reserve system of perpetual ownership of the sport. An illegal monopoly.Anti-Trust Exemption – 1922, Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes gave baseball a pass13th Amendment was part of the question100 years later the decision stands “Stare Decisis” rely on past decisions even if they are wrong.Supreme Court wants to kick baseball problem back to CongressNCAA recent challenge in Supreme Court – One Justice sites Flood v Kuhn as ridiculousJustices' Baseball Fandom gets in the way of justice for FloodBlackmun writes an ode to baseball in his Supreme Court opinion. Judges want to show their fandom can get in the way of the lawCurt Flood lost in Supreme CourtFlood's efforts opened doors for change and empowered players beginning with Grievance ArbitrationCurt Flood 10 & 5 rule allows qualified players to veto any trade Marvin Miller kept Curt Flood's efforts top of mind reminding young players of how they enjoyed the fruits of his effortsCurt's life rises later life with personal happiness with Judy Pace and recognitionKen Burns Baseball documentary with Curt Flood celebrated at the White House with President ClintonGerrit Cole gave credit to Curt Flood as he signed his contract with the Yankees.Cole's book report on FloodCurt led the way in fighting for a cause as seen with Pat Tillman, Colin Kaepernick,Jackie Robinson was the Guardian Angel for Curt FloodToday sports player like LeBron James have the empowerment to make Floods exclusion in Hall of FameUnion needs to educate the players on their historyRecognition with a Curt Flood DayDemocratic Justice Book about the Supreme Court history and Justice Felix FrankfurterDon't look to the Supreme Court to solve all of your problemsBaseballBiz is also on iheartradio, Stitcher, Spotify, Apple & Google podcasts You can reach Mark @TheBaseballBiz on Twitter & Brandon @SportsBlitzPod Special thanks to XTaKeRuX for the music "Rocking Forward"

Kommentar - Deutschlandfunk
Linker Kandidat fürs Präsidentenamt: Aufmerksamkeit für die Armut im Land

Kommentar - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 3:13


Kuhn, Johanneswww.deutschlandfunk.de, Kommentare und Themen der WocheDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Robby Burns + Friends
#48 - Holiday Special 2022, featuring Will Kuhn, Craig McClellan, David MacDonald, and Jon Tippens

Robby Burns + Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 108:57


Friends of the show join to answer burning questions about music, education, and technology in 2021 (and beyond). Patreon subscribers get some extra discussion about Dune and Foundation. Thanks to this month's new Patreon supporters, Emmanuel and Kristin! Thanks to this month's sponsor, Light the Music! Subscribe to the Blog… RSS | Email Newsletter Subscribe to the Podcast in… Apple Podcasts | Overcast | Castro | Spotify | RSS Support Music Ed Tech Talk Become a Patron! Buy me a coffee Show Notes: David MacDonald, composer Scoring Notes - Will Kuhn Will Book 1 - Electronic Music School Will Book 2 - Interactive Composition The Class Nerd Podcast Jon's new song - Another Night Obsidian - a second brain for you, forever. Craft - Taking notes to the next level Craft episode of Music Ed Tech Talk –> (1)(http://www.robbyburns.com/blog/47-craft-for-music-educators-with-dr-david-macdonald) OBS Studio (Open Broadcaster Software) OBS Cam app How to set up and use a Focus on iPhone and iPad DJI Pocket 2 camera Slack - a new way to communicate with your team. Todoist Trello Muse meditation headband Kirk Franklin Robby's book - Digital Organization Tips for Music Teachers Hazel - Hazel watches whatever folders you tell it to, automatically organizing your files according to the rules you create. How to Organize Your Mac's Desktop with Stacks in macOS Mojave Add your Desktop and Documents files to iCloud Drive File Not Found, a generation that grew up with Google is forcing professors to rethink their lesson plans | The Verge I Gave My Mom a Crypto Wallet: A Simple Guide to NFTs, Blockchain and More | The Wall Street Journal Dyson cordless vacuum Pen Chalet iRobot Brava How Machines Learn - CPG Grey The Most Human Human: What Talking with Computers Teaches Us About What It Means to Be Alive Google is trying to make its image processing more inclusive iPad Mini Shure SM7B Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone Elago Ring Light Ableton Push 2 APC 40 Instapaper - Save Anything. Read Anywhere. AirPods Max Tom Bihn Bags Tom Bihn Synik 30 Tom Bihn Road Buddy Duffel 36 Tom Bihn Parental Unit - Robby's bag for baby stuff Peloton Digital Headspace for Educators Will's car - Fiat Dino Spider (1967) Soda Stream Fizzy One Touch Matter - smart home alliance Teenage Engineering Playdate Apple VR AR Rumors - Bloomberg Soothe2 vocal processer Band in a Box iReal Pro Robby's play along tracks Pianoteq 7 Loopback - cable-free audio routing for Mac OP1 OPZ The Dirty Loops and Cory Wong - TURBO The Wheels on the Bus - Cocomelon Julius Eastman: Stay On It Sound Painting Animal Collective - My Girls One of a Kind | Vivo POWRIG 6" Elastic Cable Ties Bungee Cords Adjustable Cable Management Reusable - Red (10-pack) DEVONthink - Get Organized – Unleash Your Creativity OmniFocus - Accomplish more every day The Verge - EMAILS shirt Loki Foundation Only Murders in the Building Doom Patrol Chillin Island The Expanse Animal Crossing The Breath of the Wild Overcooked 2 Star Wars Squadrons Dark Souls Fortnight League of Legends Google Stadia The Plot Thickens by Turner Classic Movies Hit Parade Sound Expertise William Robin | musicologist Robot or Not Do By Friday Election Profit Makers The 4-Hour Chef - The best steak recipe I have is in this book Recent episodes of Music Ed Tech Talk that the guests have been on: (2)(http://www.robbyburns.com/blog/20-electronic-music-school-with-will-kuhn) (3)(http://www.robbyburns.com/robbyburnsandfriends/bmw9wc09qe3qk7xfyh5l2rrctn6qnw) (4)(http://www.robbyburns.com/blog/47-craft-for-music-educators-with-dr-david-macdonald) (5)(http://www.robbyburns.com/robbyburnsandfriends/34-new-software-coming-from-apple-and-what-you-can-do-with-it-with-craig-mcclellan) Album of the Year - Nate Smith: Kinfolk 2 | Stevie Wonder: Talking Book | Magdalena Bay: Murcurial World | John Mayer: Sob Rock | Cory Wong and Dirty Loops: Turbo App of the Year - Obsidian | Fin Timer | OP-Z App | Pixelmator Photo | Molskine Actions Tech Tip of the Year - Focus Modes (some discussion about how I am using these on episode 44 of this show) | camelcamelcamel.com | Use OBS for everything | Feedbin | Press and hold the spacebar on iOS to move your cursor around Please don't forget to rate the show and share it with others!   47 - Craft for Music Educators, with Dr. David MacDonald  ↩ 20 - Electronic Music School, with Will Kuhn  ↩ 1 - The Inner Game of Everything, with Jon Tippens  ↩ 47 - Craft for Music Educators, with Dr. David MacDonald  ↩ 34 - New SOftware Coming from Apple (And What You Can Do With It), with Craig McClellan  ↩

EFG Schneeberg
Michael Kuhn - Wer bin ich: Geschöpf (09.01.2022)

EFG Schneeberg

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 31:04


Herzlich Willkommen beim Podcast der EFG Schneeberg. Wir beten, dass du bei dieser Botschaft das Herz Gottes noch tiefer entdecken kannst und seine Annahme, Liebe und Zuversicht erlebst.

Das war der Tag - Deutschlandfunk
Pflegebonus: Lauterbach bremst Erwartungen

Das war der Tag - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 1:11


Kuhn, Johanneswww.deutschlandfunk.de, Das war der TagDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

EFG Schneeberg
Michael Kuhn - Wer zu mir kommt, den werde ich nicht abweisen

EFG Schneeberg

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 23:52


Herzlich Willkommen beim Podcast der EFG Schneeberg. Wir beten, dass du bei dieser Botschaft das Herz Gottes noch tiefer entdecken kannst und seine Annahme, Liebe und Zuversicht erlebst.

Nepomuceno Estratégia Digital
Thomas Kuhn E O Empreendedorismo

Nepomuceno Estratégia Digital

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 10:00


Thomas Kuhn e o empreendedorismo A Teoria Geral da Mudança BIMODAL, adaptando o rico legado de Kuhn, nos apresenta o seguinte cenário: o que era considerado normal antes? o que provocou a anomalia? quais são as novas respostas extraordinárias mais plausíveis que estão sendo oferecidas para que se possa projetar o futuro de forma mais plausível? qual é a melhor Teoria da Mudança Específica, como subproduto da Geral, para que possa guiar o Empreendedor Digital nas suas decisões; qual é a dinâmica do Novo Normal? https://bit.ly/artigobimodal311221 É isso, que dizes? Quer sair de Matrix e não sabe onde comprar a pílula vermelha? Me manda um Zap: 21-996086422 (Nepô, quero sair de Matrix!) Ou: https://sun.eduzz.com/932565 Quer ser um parceiro da Bimodais e ganhar a cada aluno novo indicado? Entre por aqui: https://bit.ly/bimodalparceiro Quer comprar o último livro feito dentro da escola "Civilização 2.0", é por aqui: https://sun.eduzz.com/347192

Das war der Tag - Deutschlandfunk
Atomkraft als nachhaltige Energiequelle? Der deutsche Blick auf die Taxonomie

Das war der Tag - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 3:47


Kuhn, Johanneswww.deutschlandfunk.de, Das war der TagDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Studio 9 - Deutschlandfunk Kultur
Atomkraft als nachhaltige Energieform? Diskussion um Einstufung durch die EU

Studio 9 - Deutschlandfunk Kultur

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 4:19


Kuhn, Johanneswww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, Studio 9Direkter Link zur Audiodatei

Sports 56 Happy Hour with Johnny Radio
Happy Hour with Johnny Radio - Hour 2: Gabe Kuhn

Sports 56 Happy Hour with Johnny Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021


John is joined in the second hour today by Gabe Kuhn, star of Sportstime with Gabe & Stats on Sports 56, to talk College Football Bowls and NFL Week 16. Later, John breaks down the strangest stories of the day during Access Hardinwood, including Santa getting kicked out of Cowboy Stadium.

EFG Schneeberg
Michael Kuhn - Weihnachten - sehr entgegenkommend

EFG Schneeberg

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 24:31


Herzlich Willkommen beim Podcast der EFG Schneeberg. Wir beten, dass du bei dieser Botschaft das Herz Gottes noch tiefer entdecken kannst und seine Annahme, Liebe und Zuversicht erlebst.

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network
The Cozy Corner with Alexia Gordon Holiday Extravaganza: Cynthia Kuhn

Authors on the Air Global Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 16:18


Cynthia Kuhn, author of the Lila MacLean Academic mysteries, joins me in the corner to chat about The Study of Secrets, her cozy twist on a gothic mystery. Listen to find out what inspired the fictional Callahan House. Hear what it's like to write a mystery about mystery novelists. And find out if the rumors of the family curse are true. Find Cynthia at https://cynthiakuhn.net/ Subscribe to the podcast on your favorite podcast app so you don't miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, please leave a 5-star rating or review. Web: https://thecozycornerwithalexiagordon.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecozycornerpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/podcast_cozy Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/podcast_cozy/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/alexia_gordon/the-cozy-corner-with-alexia-gordon-podcast/ Support the podcast on Patreon! Gain access to patron-only posts, thank you gifts, and giveaways! A donation of as little as $3/month gets you a shout-out on The Cozy Corner. Sign up here: https://www.patreon.com/AuthorAlexiaGordon and thank you for your support. Find me, your podcast host, at: Web https://alexiagordon.net/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AlexiaGordon.writer Twitter: https://twitter.com/alexiagordon Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alexiagordonauthor/ Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/alexiagordon/poc2pov

Cozy Corner with Alexia Gordon
Cynthia Kuhn Holiday Bonus on The Cozy Corner with Alexia Gordon

Cozy Corner with Alexia Gordon

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 16:18


Cynthia Kuhn, author of the Lila MacLean Academic mysteries, joins me in the corner to chat about The Study of Secrets, her cozy twist on a gothic mystery. Listen to find out what inspired the fictional Callahan House. Hear what it's like to write a mystery about mystery novelists. And find out if the rumors of the family curse are true. Find Cynthia at https://cynthiakuhn.net/ Subscribe to the podcast on your favorite podcast app so you don't miss an episode. If you enjoy the show, please leave a 5-star rating or review. Web: https://thecozycornerwithalexiagordon.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecozycornerpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/podcast_cozy Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/podcast_cozy/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/alexia_gordon/the-cozy-corner-with-alexia-gordon-podcast/ Support the podcast on Patreon! Gain access to patron-only posts, thank you gifts, and giveaways! A donation of as little as $3/month gets you a shout-out on The Cozy Corner. Sign up here: https://www.patreon.com/AuthorAlexiaGordonand thank you for your support. Find me, your podcast host, at: Web https://alexiagordon.net/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AlexiaGordon.writer Twitter: https://twitter.com/alexiagordon Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alexiagordonauthor/ Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/alexiagordon/poc2pov

Sports 56 Happy Hour with Johnny Radio
Happy Hour with Johnny Radio - Hour 2: Gabe Kuhn & David Cobb

Sports 56 Happy Hour with Johnny Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021


John is joined in the second hour by the star of Sportstime with Gabe and Stats, Gabe Kuhn, talking bowl games and Week 15 in the NFL. Later, John talks to David Cobb from CBSSports.com about the Tigers-Volunteers COVID situation, and gives us updates on the entire landscape of college basketball.

EFG Schneeberg
4. Advent Michael Kuhn - Total Salbungsvoll

EFG Schneeberg

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 8:22


Herzlich Willkommen beim Podcast der EFG Schneeberg. Wir beten, dass du bei dieser Botschaft das Herz Gottes noch tiefer entdecken kannst und seine Annahme, Liebe und Zuversicht erlebst.

Nine 2 Noon
FB Dive Bar Review: Kuhn Reviews Terry's Wall St. Pub in Green Bay

Nine 2 Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 16:13


Sports 56 Happy Hour with Johnny Radio
Happy Hour with Johnny Radio - Hour 2: Gabe Kuhn

Sports 56 Happy Hour with Johnny Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021


John is joined in the second hour by Gabe Kuhn, star of Sportstime with Gabe & Stats on Sports 56, to breakdown the college football transfer portal and last nights Monday Night Football game between the Cardinals and Rams. Later, John breaks down the strangest stories of the day during Access Hardinwood.

Kommentar - Deutschlandfunk
Gegen Hetze und Hass auf Telegram - Polizeiarbeit muss auch online stattfinden

Kommentar - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 3:16


Kuhn, Johanneswww.deutschlandfunk.de, Kommentare und Themen der WocheDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Cyclocross Social Podcast
Cyclocross Social Podcast: UCI Worldcup Val di Sole (Episode 40)

Cyclocross Social Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 33:22


The cyclocross social podcast is back for the 2021-22 season! Today Noah is joined by Twan and Issam to talk about the 8th round of the Worldcup in Val di Sole! Todays main talking point is the domminant ride by Wout van Aert. nobody could stop him today, but we do also talk about the riders behind him. Michael Vanthourenhout did a good race, just like pidcock recovered from a bad start. We also dive into the ride of Kuhn, and some people outside of the top 10. For the womens race we mainly talk about the crazy final lap. Vos and Van Empel provided us with a dramatic show at the end of the race. We also talk about the third place of Rochette, who got her second European worldcup podium. We also look into some other riders in the top 10 like Arzuffi and Lechner Listen to this, and much more, in this episode of the cyclocross social podcast! Any comments, reactions and feedback can be sent to Noah@cyclocrosss.com

Simple Joe
Samantha Kuhn's Top 10 Air Travel Pet Peeves

Simple Joe

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 68:58


Welcome to Simple Joe. I'm glad you're here. Email me at joe@thesimplejoe.com or send me a text at 513.399.6468. Just say hi, I would love to hear from you. You can get Simple Joe T-Shirts and other cool stuff at thesimplejoe.com/store Check out what I'm reading at thesimplejoe.com/reading If you share the show on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, please use #simplejoeismyfriend; you might get a free t-shirt!

HRchat Podcast
#372: HCM Tech Buying Essentials w/ Jacqueline Kuhn, HRchitect

HRchat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 22:47


Businesses need the right HCM technology systems in place to allow them to operate at full capacity and in the best interests of their employees. Before you embark on your next HCM technology purchase, listen to this episode for inspiration around defining an HR service delivery model, creating an HCM technology strategy, defining the system evaluation and selection process, undewrtaking system implementation, and what to expect post-implementation. In this HRchat, Bill Banham talks with Jacqueline Kuhn, Co-Owner and Executive Vice President, Strategic Services at HRchitect and author of the new book HRchitect's Guide to HCM Technology: What you should know before your next HCM technology purchase. Among other topics, Jacqueline will talk about what's needed to apply one's HCM technology know-how within your organization in practical ways that will make an immediate positive impact.We do our best to ensure editorial objectivity. The views and ideas shared by our guests and sponsors are entirely independent of The HR Gazette, HRchat Podcast and Iceni Media Inc.   

LAB: The Podcast
Kamden Kuhn

LAB: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 63:39


Advertising Agency Executive Vice President, Kamden Kuhn, joins LAB: The Podcast for a conversation on adoption, prayers on the floor, and "doing something beautiful for God.” 

Sports 56 Happy Hour with Johnny Radio
Happy Hour with Johnny Radio - Hour 2: Gabe Kuhn

Sports 56 Happy Hour with Johnny Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021


In hour two, John is joined by Gabe Kuhn, Star of Sportstime with Gabe & Stats on Sports 56, to talk about NFL Week 13 and preview Bowl Season in College Football. Later, John breaks down all of the strangest stories of the day during Access Hardinwood.

ASCP Esty Talk
Ep 84 - Money Matters with Tom Kuhn

ASCP Esty Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 27:02


In this episode of ASCP Esty Talk, Tracy Donley, Executive Director of ASCP, sits down with Tom Kuhn, CEO of Qnity, to discuss his journey in the professional beauty industry, how Qnity believes everyone deserves to prosper, tips to increasing profits in your small business, and how to make prosperity simple, visual, and actionable. Visit qnityinc.com for more information. ASCP Esty Talk with Host Tracy Donley Produced by Associated Skin Care Professionals (ASCP) for licensed estheticians, ASCP Esty Talk is a weekly podcast hosted today by the Executive Director of ASCP, Tracy Donley. We see your passion, innovation, and hard work and are here to support you by providing a platform for networking, advocacy, camaraderie, and education. We aim to inspire you to ask the right questions, find your motivation, and give you the courage to have the professional skin care career you desire.   About our Sponsor Perron Rigot   Founded in 1936, Perron Rigot is a French manufacturer and one brand of the French skin care group THALGO. The THALGO Group has 16 brands, all dedicated to the professional salon and spa industry. As creators of the original patented hard wax beads, Cirepil by Perron Rigot has been voted the #1 hard wax year after year and continues to be the most trusted choice for beauty professionals worldwide.  Cirepil is produced in an environmentally friendly manufacturing process—cruelty-free since 2013. They produce clean and consciously formulated products with humanely and ethically sourced beeswax, and their products are offered in recycled/recyclable packaging.  Website: www.cirepil.com   Instagram: www.instagram.com/cirepil_wax_usa/ Click here and use the code FIRSTORDER15 at check out to save 15% on Origine Strip Wax   About our Sponsor Richard Merrill Consulting   Established in 2019 and developed through real-life award-winning experience and an overwhelming need within the spa industry to elevate the client experience through fundamental business skills mixed with passion and purpose.   Our mission is to provide products and services that improve the informed application of fundamental business skills for licensed spa professionals. Through the mentoring process, we aim to create a community of knowledgeable experts that transform the spa industry for generations.   Our vision is to support licensed spa professionals in achieving their mission by consistently generating revenues that build a secure spa market value and increase the spa industry's financial security. We are committed to providing education and developing further spa industry resources for business success.   Connect with Richard Merrill Consulting Facebook: @RichardMerrillConsulting   Instagram:  @RichardMerrillConsulting   YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCqy6PFQ81_vtiEkObL8oyFw     About Associated Skin Care Professionals (ASCP):   Associated Skin Care Professionals (ASCP) is the nation's largest association for skin care professionals and your ONLY all-inclusive source for professional liability insurance, education, community, and career support. For estheticians at every stage of the journey, ASCP is your essential partner. Get in touch with us today if you have any questions or would like to join and become an ASCP member.   Connect with ASCP:   Website: www.ascpskincare.com   Email: getconnected@ascpskincare.com   Phone: 800-789-0411   Facebook: www.facebook.com/ASCPskincare   Instagram: www.instagram.com/ascpskincare  

Geekin' On WDW Podcast | A Family Friendly Community of Walt Disney World Fans | Travel tips on resorts, food, touring and fu
Mother/Daughter Retirement Celebration At French Quarter With Samantha Kuhn – Ep. 427

Geekin' On WDW Podcast | A Family Friendly Community of Walt Disney World Fans | Travel tips on resorts, food, touring and fu

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 124:47


On episode 427, Samantha Kuhn reviews her mother/daughter retirement celebration at French Quarter sharing vegetarian foods, virtual queue for Remy review and other fun stories. Featuring: We learn she holds a Geekin' Family World Record 5 nights Port Orleans French Quarter with her Mom First opened POFQ I did do Stephanie Watson's trip report and great Genie plus tips Pitch dark rope dropping to be first at parks Crystal Palace Samantha's a vegetarian so I'm afraid you meat eaters will have to eat healthy on this episode Mom's a health nut but a couple of trips off the wagon Beaches and Cream San Angel Inn In search for Belgium waffles… Pin Trading Sebastian's Boma! Polite Pig Quick service reviews Remy and Park hopping story Boarding group for Remy Bailey's Beignets and Geek meets Lose each other Our NYC meet up I have a list of Geeks who want to meet and do Alladin in March last Saturday

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network
Rob McConnell Interviews - CURTIS KUHN - The Metabolic Institute, LLC

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 41:29


CURTIS KUHN - The Metabolic Institute, LLC - The Metabolic Institute, LLC is a Corporation formed by Dr. Curtis R. Kuhn after 24 years of personal experience on Metabolic Therapy. The core of this nutritional protocol is the science commonly known as "Metabolic Typing." It's founder and scientific creator is Dr. William Donald Kelley, founder of the International Health Institute and co-founder of The College of Metabolic Medicine. As you discover more information about this unique science during your visit to this website, you should know that Dr. Kelley's work has been literally decades ahead of any other nutritional program currently in the world. His current book, "Cancer, Curing The Incurable," was written after three visits to the United States Supreme Court, with the personal case histories of 33,000 patients over a 42 year period. The subtitle says it all : This program is not about remission, it is about a cure!!! Although cancer is a serious disease, there are dozens of other metabolic disorders that can be positively affected by the correct metabolic protocol. We know through Dr. Kelley's research during the past 45 years, that cancer, like most degenerative diseases is also a deficiency disease. A Pancreatic Enzyme Deficiency, combined also with a slight hormonal imbalance. But Dr. Kelley was not the first to prove this, Dr. John Beard in the 19th century, after 20 years of intense clinical research was the first to discover this scientific fact. Metabolic typing is one of Dr. Kelley's major scientific discoveries that addresses each individual Biochemically. This is called "Biochemical Individuality." Just like your finger print, we all have a unique cell print, which genetically determines what type of foods we thrive best on. This premise is based upon the Autonomic Nervous System. Thus nutritional supplements are also designed for each specific metabolic type. As you learn more of this science from our website, you will begin to understand the 12 basic metabolic types and where you may currently be on Dr. Kelley's Metabolic Spiral Of Health. *** AND NOW *** The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.com The ‘X' Zone TV Channel Radio Feed (Free - No Subscription Required) - https://www.spreaker.com/show/xztv-the-x-zone-tv-show-audio The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com (Free) To contact Rob McConnell - misterx@xzoneradiotv.com

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network
Rob McConnell Interviews - CURTIS KUHN - The Metabolic Institute, LLC

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 41:29


CURTIS KUHN - The Metabolic Institute, LLC - The Metabolic Institute, LLC is a Corporation formed by Dr. Curtis R. Kuhn after 24 years of personal experience on Metabolic Therapy. The core of this nutritional protocol is the science commonly known as "Metabolic Typing." It's founder and scientific creator is Dr. William Donald Kelley, founder of the International Health Institute and co-founder of The College of Metabolic Medicine. As you discover more information about this unique science during your visit to this website, you should know that Dr. Kelley's work has been literally decades ahead of any other nutritional program currently in the world. His current book, "Cancer, Curing The Incurable," was written after three visits to the United States Supreme Court, with the personal case histories of 33,000 patients over a 42 year period. The subtitle says it all : This program is not about remission, it is about a cure!!! Although cancer is a serious disease, there are dozens of other metabolic disorders that can be positively affected by the correct metabolic protocol. We know through Dr. Kelley's research during the past 45 years, that cancer, like most degenerative diseases is also a deficiency disease. A Pancreatic Enzyme Deficiency, combined also with a slight hormonal imbalance. But Dr. Kelley was not the first to prove this, Dr. John Beard in the 19th century, after 20 years of intense clinical research was the first to discover this scientific fact. Metabolic typing is one of Dr. Kelley's major scientific discoveries that addresses each individual Biochemically. This is called "Biochemical Individuality." Just like your finger print, we all have a unique cell print, which genetically determines what type of foods we thrive best on. This premise is based upon the Autonomic Nervous System. Thus nutritional supplements are also designed for each specific metabolic type. As you learn more of this science from our website, you will begin to understand the 12 basic metabolic types and where you may currently be on Dr. Kelley's Metabolic Spiral Of Health. *** AND NOW *** The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.com The ‘X' Zone TV Channel Radio Feed (Free - No Subscription Required) - https://www.spreaker.com/show/xztv-the-x-zone-tv-show-audio The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com (Free) To contact Rob McConnell - misterx@xzoneradiotv.com

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - CURTIS KUHN - The Metabolic Institute, LLC

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 41:30


CURTIS KUHN - The Metabolic Institute, LLC - The Metabolic Institute, LLC is a Corporation formed by Dr. Curtis R. Kuhn after 24 years of personal experience on Metabolic Therapy. The core of this nutritional protocol is the science commonly known as "Metabolic Typing." It's founder and scientific creator is Dr. William Donald Kelley, founder of the International Health Institute and co-founder of The College of Metabolic Medicine. As you discover more information about this unique science during your visit to this website, you should know that Dr. Kelley's work has been literally decades ahead of any other nutritional program currently in the world. His current book, "Cancer, Curing The Incurable," was written after three visits to the United States Supreme Court, with the personal case histories of 33,000 patients over a 42 year period. The subtitle says it all : This program is not about remission, it is about a cure!!! Although cancer is a serious disease, there are dozens of other metabolic disorders that can be positively affected by the correct metabolic protocol. We know through Dr. Kelley's research during the past 45 years, that cancer, like most degenerative diseases is also a deficiency disease. A Pancreatic Enzyme Deficiency, combined also with a slight hormonal imbalance. But Dr. Kelley was not the first to prove this, Dr. John Beard in the 19th century, after 20 years of intense clinical research was the first to discover this scientific fact. Metabolic typing is one of Dr. Kelley's major scientific discoveries that addresses each individual Biochemically. This is called "Biochemical Individuality." Just like your finger print, we all have a unique cell print, which genetically determines what type of foods we thrive best on. This premise is based upon the Autonomic Nervous System. Thus nutritional supplements are also designed for each specific metabolic type. As you learn more of this science from our website, you will begin to understand the 12 basic metabolic types and where you may currently be on Dr. Kelley's Metabolic Spiral Of Health. *** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Zone TV Channel Radio Feed (Free - No Subscription Required) - https://www.spreaker.com/show/xztv-the-x-zone-tv-show-audio The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewspaper.com (Free)To contact Rob McConnell - misterx@xzoneradiotv.com

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast
Roots of Peace in Afghanistan

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 64:32


For more than 25 years, Heidi Kuhn, at the helm of Roots of Peace, has been dedicated to cultivating peace and to helping rebuild war-torn countries by turning the scourge of land-mined areas into profitable agricultural land. For example, in Afghanistan, a country 80-percent dependent on an agricultural economy, her esteemed charity has removed millions of landmines and planted millions of trees and vines, which greatly benefits countless Afghan farmers and their families. Kuhn will also discuss her recent efforts to help her female employees emigrate and how after the ending of America's "forever" war and despite the unexpected, rapid Taliban takeover, Roots of Peace continues in Afghanistan. MLF ORGANIZER Celia Menczel NOTES MLF: Middle East, International Relations SPEAKERS Heidi Kuhn Humanitarian; Founder and CEO, Roots of Peace Atta Arghandiwal Former Refugee; Author Lost Decency: The Untold Afghan Story In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently hosting all of our live programming via YouTube live stream. This program was recorded via video conference on November 9th, 2021 by the Commonwealth Club of California. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast
Roots of Peace in Afghanistan

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 64:32


For more than 25 years, Heidi Kuhn, at the helm of Roots of Peace, has been dedicated to cultivating peace and to helping rebuild war-torn countries by turning the scourge of land-mined areas into profitable agricultural land. For example, in Afghanistan, a country 80-percent dependent on an agricultural economy, her esteemed charity has removed millions of landmines and planted millions of trees and vines, which greatly benefits countless Afghan farmers and their families. Kuhn will also discuss her recent efforts to help her female employees emigrate and how after the ending of America's "forever" war and despite the unexpected, rapid Taliban takeover, Roots of Peace continues in Afghanistan. MLF ORGANIZER Celia Menczel NOTES MLF: Middle East, International Relations SPEAKERS Heidi Kuhn Humanitarian; Founder and CEO, Roots of Peace Atta Arghandiwal Former Refugee; Author Lost Decency: The Untold Afghan Story In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently hosting all of our live programming via YouTube live stream. This program was recorded via video conference on November 9th, 2021 by the Commonwealth Club of California. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Outside/In
A Vegetarian Turned Deer Hunter in Deutschland

Outside/In

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 40:56


Animal agriculture is one of the biggest contributors to global climate emissions. But what about hunting? Does shooting and eating wild game skirt the complicated ethics and emissions connected with eating factory farmed animals? In this episode, a vegetarian-turned-hunter brings two reporters into a forest in Germany, in search of sustainable  meat. Not only is it an interesting conversation from a climate perspective, it's also a fascinating glimpse into the differences between hunting culture in the United States and Germany. This story comes from our friends at On The Green Fence, a podcast about environmental issues. It's produced by Deutsche Welle and hosted by Neil King and Gabriel Borrud. This episode was part of their season on the ethics and sustainability of eating meat, which recently won a 2021 Lovie Award for Best Limited Series.Featuring Alena Steinbach.Follow On The Green Fence on Twitter: @dw_environmentFollow On The Green Fence on Instagram: @dw_globalideasSUPPORTOutside/In is made possible with listener support. Click here to become a sustaining member of Outside/In. Subscribe to our newsletter.Follow Outside/In on Instagram: @OutsideInRadioFollow Outside/In on Twitter: @OutsideInRadioJoin our private Facebook GroupLINKSFor more on the “meat paradox” that Neil and Gabriel mention in this episode, check out our previous episode The Meat Matrix. CREDITSOn The Green Fence is hosted by Neil King and Gabriel Borrud. Their executive producer is Vanessa Fischer. Their sound engineer is Jürgen Kuhn and they're produced by Natalie Muller.The Outside/In team is Justine Paradis, Taylor Quimby, Felix Poon and Jessica HuntExecutive Producer: Rebecca LavoieTheme music by Breakmaster Cylinder

Campbell Conversations
Onondaga County Legislators Dave Knapp and Mary Kuhn on the Campbell Conversations

Campbell Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 27:46


This week, Grant Reeher speaks with Onondaga County Legislature Chairman Dave Knapp, a Republican, and County Legislator Mary Kuhn, a Democrat, to talk about the redistricting process in Onondaga County.

Significant Women with Carol McLeod | Carol Mcleod Ministries
Trusting God in Spite of Our Brokenness with Suzanne Brooks Kuhn

Significant Women with Carol McLeod | Carol Mcleod Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 47:22


Join Carol McLeod this week for a heartfelt interview with author and speaker Suzanne Brooks Kuhn. Suzanne is a quirky and vibrant woman of God who has been on a long and often painful journey to become the person she is today. Listen in to hear stories of trusting and seeking God amidst difficult circumstances. Find Suzanne on Facebook at facebook.com/suzannebrookskuhn/ “Significant Women” is a weekly podcast for women to gather with their personal stories, dynamic hope and wisdom gleaned from the ordinary days of an uncommon life. Our goal is to simply encourage women in every season of life that their story matters; when Jesus is involved in the details, every woman's life can be a significant representation of all that He is.  Connect with Carol at carolmcleodministries.com

Cyclocross Social Podcast
Cyclocross Social Podcast: Superprestige Niel (Episode 28)

Cyclocross Social Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 32:57


The cyclocross social podcast is back for the 2021-22 season. In todays episode Noah and Twan talk about the third round of the Superpresitge in Niel. For the mens race we focus on THAT sprint between Eli and Toon. Was it clean, was it over the line, or was it all good? But how did this race even end up in a sprint? Because at some point Iserbyt, Aerts and Hermans all had it in the bag? We discuss that, and also take a look at the likes of Sweeck, Kuhn and Adams! For the womens race we talk about the revival of Worst. Where does this come from, and what do we expect in the future from her? But despite the good ride from Worst, there was nothing to do against Brand who easily took the win. We also take a look at some riders further back, both in and outside of the top 10. Ofcourse the new features of this course dont remain untouched in this episode! Listen to this, and much more, in this episode of the cyclocross social podcast! Any comments, reactions and feedback can be sent to Noah@cyclocrosss.com

Front Row Dads:  Family Men With Businesses
Reflection, Intention, and Implementation with Andrew Kuhn & Matt Drinkhahn - Part 2

Front Row Dads: Family Men With Businesses

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 29:00


So much of our progress is based on our time to think. It's built in the recovery process and the time your body has to reflect. I think these trends of excellence and patterns of progress are foundations to our success as dads. On today's part 2 of a 2-part episode, we've got Andrew Kuhn and Matt Drinkhahn talking about effective implementation on the boundaries we make. How do we learn new things and implement them into our calendars for our families and businesses?  Check out today's episode to find out! And if you missed out on part 1, click here to listen to the rest of the discussion. Andrew Khun & Matt Drinkhahn Part 2 Highlights What's the strategy/process to learning information, deciding what's important and implementing change in your life? How does journaling and The Miracle Morning help you to achieve your goals? Growth comes from consuming knowledge and information and process decisions quickly. Learn to consume information with intent.  What is the Slight Edge strategy? Be intentional in how you use your battery. How do you know when to stop consuming information and how do you know what to consume? Who are you being better for?  Get the Full Show Notes Want access to the full show notes, including links to all resources mentioned during today's conversation? Visit FrontRowDads.com/301 Want to learn more about Front Row Dads? We are in the business of building better families. While most dads would say that family matters most, the challenge is they feel guilty knowing their careers get the best of them, and their family seems to get the rest of them. We help Dads become family men with businesses, not businessmen who have families, so they can thrive personally AND professionally. Subscribe to the Front Row Dad podcast to learn about fatherhood, marriage and how to level up your game at home, or if you're ready for the best coaching and true brothers to grow with, Join The Brotherhood! Are you getting all the shows? Subscribe today! Want to leave a review? THANK YOU! http://FrontRowDads.com/review

Front Row Dads:  Family Men With Businesses
Honoring Boundaries and Breaking Rules with Andrew Kuhn & Matt Drinkhahn - Part 1

Front Row Dads: Family Men With Businesses

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 33:59


A friend of mine reached out to chat the other day. And as much as I love to chat, I really just wanted to tell them that I had no time. Absolutely none. And that's hard for me.  I don't know about you, but time management and scheduling in my calendar really kicks my ass sometimes. How do we actually get everything done in our schedules and then have time to be dads? How do we learn to set boundaries around saying no to certain things? Luckily, we have Andrew Kuhn and ‘Coach' Matt Drinkhahn on today's two part episode talking to us about what's proven to be effective in our calendars, where we fail, and how we learn from that. These two family men are successful business owners, and members of Front Row Dads. Matt is a coach for recovering perfectionists and highly functioning workaholics, while Andrew is the owner of a real estate investment company—and they're absolutely killing it. They teach us about integrity in keeping our commitments, and knowing when to break the rules surrounding the boundaries you've made for yourself if something just isn't working.You can't buy time and what takes up that time is important. If you've ever struggled with figuring out the ebb and flow of work-life integration, you won't want to miss today's episode! Andrew Khun & Matt Drinkhahn Part 1 Highlights How do you learn to say no effectively? Tactics that work for your calendar. How do you have integrity and respect for yourself simultaneously? Practice what you preach! Boundaries that set yourself up to be a successful dad. Be at peace with conflicts, they come up everyday. How getting a cellphone jail can change your life. Figure out how to make time to think and reflect. Fundamentals of being a great business man and fantastic dad. Gain the confidence to accelerate in all avenues of your life and make your actions congruent with your priorities. Get the Full Show Notes Want access to the full show notes, including links to all resources mentioned during today's conversation? Visit FrontRowDads.com/300 Want to learn more about Front Row Dads? We are in the business of building better families. While most dads would say that family matters most, the challenge is they feel guilty knowing their careers get the best of them, and their family seems to get the rest of them. We help Dads become family men with businesses, not businessmen who have families, so they can thrive personally AND professionally. Subscribe to the Front Row Dad podcast to learn about fatherhood, marriage and how to level up your game at home, or if you're ready for the best coaching and true brothers to grow with, Join The Brotherhood! Are you getting all the shows? Subscribe today! Want to leave a review? THANK YOU! http://FrontRowDads.com/review

Joy of Medicine-on Call
Special Series - Experiences from the Pandemic's Front Lines: Dr. Brooks Kuhn

Joy of Medicine-on Call

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 23:50


Dr. Brooks Kuhn, a pulmonary and critical care specialist at UC Davis Medical Center, shares his experiences on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, balancing the stresses of work and family, and the importance of the vaccines.

The Orvis Hunting and Shooting Podcast
The Finer Points of Picking a Pup with Tyla Kuhn

The Orvis Hunting and Shooting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 69:11


Reid joins Tyla Kuhn of Sunsage Sporting Dogs to discuss the health and genetic testing criteria and standards that should accompany a new puppy. Tyla, a longtime breeder of both English Cocker Spaniels and German Shorthair Pointers explores how puppy buyers can best educate themselves, and so doing maintain the integrity and health of the breed. Some great resources and comments included in this discussion.  

The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast
Ep. 280: Imre Lakatos on Scientific Progress (Part One)

The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 58:42


On "Falsification and the Methodology of Scientific Research Programmes" (1970). In what way is scientific progress rational? Lakatos splits the difference between Popper and Kuhn to argue that some scientific research programs are more progressive than others, meaning that they make dramatic, unexpected predictions. Part two of this episode is only going to be available to you if you sign up at partiallyexaminedlife.com/support or via Apple Podcasts. Get it now or listen to a preview. Sponsors: Get connected with a licensed therapist at betterhelp.com/partially. Get 20% off your first box off cool stuff from at boxofawesome.com (code pel). Save $15 off your first month of thicker hair at nutrafol.com (code PEL). Learn about St. John's College at sjc.edu/pel.

ROI’s Into the Corner Office Podcast: Powerhouse Middle Market CEOs Telling it Real—Unexpected Career Conversations

George is the Owner and President of Drive Research, LLC. He has more than 15 years of experience working on the client and supplier side of market research. He has consulted for hundreds of regional, national, and global organizations. George has vast experience with all types of market research design and project management. He is a certified VoC professional with a focus on innovation and new product management. His interests outside of Drive Research include his wife Jennifer, daughters Abigail and MacKenzie, and his dog Shea. He is an avid tennis player and Mets, Giants, and Rangers fan. This is unfortunate for him most seasons.

Dress Shoes You Can Fight In
Episode 81 - How to Subvert Biopower

Dress Shoes You Can Fight In

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 107:58


We go over a number of studies that were recently released or that we didn't get a chance to cover during the summer break. Gupta loses multiple scientific debates to a cage fight announcer... Even if it's only for fun, make them try to justify their program on empirical grounds. They have absolutely nothing.

Locked On Raptors - Daily Podcast On The Toronto Raptors
Raptors PA Announcer Herbie Kuhn on the return to Toronto, favourite names to say & 'HORN!'

Locked On Raptors - Daily Podcast On The Toronto Raptors

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 42:26


In Episode 1036, Sean Woodley is joined by long-time Toronto Raptors public address announcer Herbie Kuhn. They kick things off by discussing what it felt like for Herbie to call his first game in 18 months back on October 4th against the Sixers, and the challenge that was watching the team play a season away from home with someone else working the PA microphone for Raptors home games for the first time since the Raptors came into existence. Next they chat about which current and all-time Raptors players' names Herbie has had the most fun with, and the evolution that happens over the course of a full season calling out a player's name. Plus, Herbie reflects on some of his favourite times on the mic, including announcing Kobe Bryant for his final All-Star game in Toronto in 2016. Lastly, Herbie reveals the behind the scenes of the infamous "HORN!" game, when the shot clock broke during Game 1 of the 2014 playoffs and Herbie had to assume the role of human shot clock. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! SweatBlock Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Intelligent Design the Future
Is Darwinism a Theory in Crisis?

Intelligent Design the Future

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 12:55


Today's ID the Future spotlights The Comprehensive Guide to Science and Faith, and specifically, an essay in the new anthology by biologist Jonathan Wells, “Is Darwinism a Theory in Crisis?” As Wells and host Casey Luskin note, the essay title alludes to philosopher of science Thomas Kuhn's influential 1962 book The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. Kuhn argued there that if one studies the history of scientific revolutions, one finds that when the scientific evidence has begun to turn against a dominant scientific paradigm—when its days are numbered— its adherents do not simply concede defeat. Instead they use all their institutional power to suppress dissent and punish proponents of any competing paradigm. This is the period of crisis, which can last Read More › Source

Breakfast With Champions
Episode 124 with Steven Kuhn - Applying Knowledge

Breakfast With Champions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 58:02


Thank you for joining us on Breakfast With Champions! Today we hear from Steven Kuhn, Kuhn is a consultant, author and speaker who has been hand-picked to work with some of the most influential people in the world (rock stars, singers, actors, business leaders and politicians) Steven Kuhn hails from Pennsylvania USA and lives in Europe where he built a life the past 25 years as a best-selling author, a multi-country business turnaround leader, Political Consultant and completed his MBA at the prestigious Bradford University School of Business Management in Leeds, U.K.

Curiosity Daily
Could Science Stop Aging? And the Milky Way's “Broken Arm”

Curiosity Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 16:02


Learn about how research into senescent cells and senolytic drugs could change aging. Plus: the Milky Way's broken arm. Additional resources from Andrew Steele: Pick up "Ageless: The New Science of Getting Older Without Getting Old" at your local bookstore: https://www.indiebound.org/book/9780385544924  Website: https://andrewsteele.co.uk/  Follow @statto on Twitter https://twitter.com/statto  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/DrAndrewSteele  The Milky Way has a 3,000-light-year-long "break" in its arm, and we don't know why by Briana Brownell  Specktor, B. (2021, August 19). Milky Way has a 3,000-light-year-long splinter in its arm, and astronomers don't know why. Livescience.com; Live Science. https://www.livescience.com/milky-way-sagittarius-arm-break  Astronomers Find a “Break” in One of the Milky Way's Spiral Arms. (2018). NASA. https://www.nasa.gov/feature/jpl/astronomers-find-a-break-in-one-of-the-milky-way-s-spiral-arms  The Milky Way Galaxy | NASA Solar System Exploration. (2017). NASA Solar System Exploration. https://solarsystem.nasa.gov/resources/285/the-milky-way-galaxy/  ‌Kuhn, M. A., Benjamin, R. A., Zucker, C., Krone-Martins, A., de Souza, R. S., Castro-Ginard, A., Ishida, E. E. O., Povich, M. S., & Hillenbrand, L. A. (2021). A high pitch angle structure in the Sagittarius Arm. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 651, L10. https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/202141198  Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to learn something new every day withCody Gough andAshley Hamer. Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Healthy Wealthy & Smart
557: Jamey Schrier, PT: The Mindshift for Practice Growth

Healthy Wealthy & Smart

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 51:38


In this episode, CEO and Founder of Practice Freedom U, Jamey Schrier, talks about creating success by changing mindsets. Today, Jamey talks about developing a growth mindset to achieve greater success, what the biggest problems are that owners face, and how to ‘fix' those problems. What's your goal for the next 30 days? How do you keep your energy tank full? Hear about the different growth mindsets that owners get wrong, reacting versus responding, and get some valuable advice on how to grow and become more successful, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast.   Key Takeaways “How someone thinks determines the actions they take, and the actions they take produces results.” “The eyes only see, the ears only hear what the brain is looking for.” “You have got to look at a yourself as the owner, the CEO, the entrepreneur, the head honcho.” “Being busy is not an owner mindset.” “You have to slow down. You have to pause. You have to spend more time getting out of the immediate present.” “The biggest problem with the overwhelmed operator is there's not organisation in place, there's not systems in place, there's no control over one's time.” “The more you can bring people in an organised, systematic way, the less overwhelmed you'll be later on.” “The best is yet to come. The future is brighter than the present and it's brighter than your past.” “Business is all about trying things, failing, learning, and trying again.” “What you focus on, what you pay attention to, grows.” “You don't know what you don't know, and you never will no matter how smart you are.” “It's not enough to be busy - so too are the ants. The question is, what are you busy about?” “Keep your tank full.” “Reacting is an emotional response. Responding is a rational response.” “When things get busier at the office, there's one thing that you sacrifice more than anything else - that's your self-care.” “You don't strengthen the weak by weakening the strong.” “Overcome your ego. It's okay you don't know everything. Enlist some help. Invest in your business. It will pay off dividends in your future - not only to you, not only to your family, but for everyone that's around you.”   More about Jamey Schrier Jamey is the founder and CEO of Practice Freedom U, and the best-selling author of The Practice Freedom Method: The Practice Owner's Guide to Work Less, Earn More, and Live Your Passion. He is a sought after speaker on systems, marketing, and elevating the patient experience. Over the past decade, Jamey has helped hundreds of physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, and mental health professionals build their highly successful practices and create more financial security without working longer hours.   Suggested Keywords Owner, PT, Physiotherapy, Business, Entrepreneurship, Purpose, Mindset, Success, Actions, Thoughts, Leadership, Freedom, Productivity, Busyness, Progress, Reacting, Responding, Self-Care,   Jamey's Book: The Practice Freedom Method: The Practice Owner's Guide to Work Less, Earn More, and Live Your Passion.   Discovery Call: https://www.practicefreedomu.com/discoverycall   To learn more, follow Jamey at: Website:          https://www.practicefreedomu.com Facebook:       Practice Freedom U Twitter:            @jameyschrier LinkedIn:         Jamey Schrier YouTube:        Practice Freedom U   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:  Speaker 1 (00:01): Hey, Jamie, welcome back to the podcast. I am happy to have you back. I always love having you on, well, Speaker 2 (00:08): Thank you Karen. I am so happy to be here. Speaker 1 (00:12): And so every time you come on, we talk about some aspect of the physical therapy business, which is great because I know a lot of the listeners want to know more about how to run a business, how to be successful, what's going on in the market. So let's kick it off with what is in your opinion, the biggest problem facing physical therapy, practice owners today, Speaker 2 (00:42): Karen, you're just going, you're just right out of the gate. Like you're just like, you know what? We're not messing around. Hey, Jamie telling me about yourself or, or give it. It's just, I'm going fast ball down the middle either. You're going to hit it or you're going to strike out and we're going to be done. Speaker 1 (00:57): Yeah. They, they, they know who you are. You Speaker 2 (01:01): That's a good sign though. Right? what's the biggest problem facing practice owners today? That that's a really great question. And the answer may not be what people might think the answer is. The biggest province, really what, the topic that we're talking about simply put it's how we think it's just that simple. There, there's a, there's a simple formula that, that I've been following for years now, years and years and years. And basically it's just says how we think, how someone thinks, determines the actions they take and the actions they take, including their communication and their stuff. They do produces results. And too many times I've heard people that are not happy with their results, whether it's referrals, whether that's revenue, whether it's profit, whether it's hiring, whether it's retention, whether it's time, God forbid, people want time and control. They don't have that. Speaker 2 (02:03): So if you reverse engineer the result back to, well, why isn't the result we want? Is it some strategy? Is it some technique and answers? No. It's how an owner thinks. I mean, let me, let me give you an example. We went to school, right? All your listeners went to school. We are highly educated, very smart people. Now who educated us, right? We had professors in school and we, and, and, and PT school. We had professors who were educating us on what they were educating us on how to be a clinician, more specifically, how to pass the boards, because that is what schools do. They help you pass the boards. So then you can become a licensed clinician, licensed physical therapist. So you do that, whatever one year, you're five years, 10 years, and you have this urge, you have this thing inside you that says, I want to be a business. Speaker 2 (03:07): Now I want to run my own thing. So do you go back to school? Most people do not go back to school care and they don't get an MBA. They don't get any kind of, maybe they read a book, hopefully my book, right? The practice, freedom method, plug, shameless plug, but they, they just signed the dotted line. And now they're an LLC. And what are they doing? They are making decisions with the brain that was built and created with all of the information of how to be a talented clinician, which they are. But now that same brain is making decisions around business and there lies the problem. Speaker 1 (03:48): Okay. So you just described most physical therapy owners. So how do we fix this? How do we, what do we do if this is, if this is our mindset or if this is where we are, this is where we're thinking. And you know, everybody gets, I think people start their own practice because they want to help people. They want to see patients the way that they feel they should be seen, et cetera, et cetera. Right. So how do we take off the clinician hat and put on the owner hat? Or, or do we split it into, how does that work? How do we fix it? Speaker 2 (04:27): Yeah. So there's a great quote by one of my mentors, Dan Sullivan, and it says the eyes only see the ears only hear what the brain is looking for. And we've seen this, right. You know, you're, you're thinking about buying a car. You know, the last car I bought was a Jeep. Right. I bought a Jeep. I've never seen Jeeps on the road. Oh my God. I feel like the whole world has a Jeep. Right. You're seeing them everywhere. Did they magically all of a sudden become more Jeeps in Maryland? No, because you started your, you started to tell your brain Jeeps, Jeeps, Jeeps. So it really starts with recognizing that this is an issue and you don't know what you don't know. And Karen that's, that's hard for a lot of people that was very hard for me because I'm a smart person. Speaker 2 (05:24): I did really well in school. So did you, so did everyone, I haven't really made a million mistakes in my, at least academic life course. We wouldn't have been through school, but then you get in the business and you realize that, you know what, I, I don't necessarily know how to do this. Maybe I should get help, whatever that means. Like, I think it's just recognizing that I shouldn't be an expert at all this business stuff, because I'd been taught. I've never been trained. I haven't done self-development and work on that. I think that's one of the biggest things we just need to recognize. We'll get into, you know, I have some specific things that people can do, some tangible things they can do. But I think I just want to get people just to recognize that that's the issue, because if you don't think that there's a problem, even though you're working 50, 60 hours a week, you're not making the revenue you want your, your staff is coming and going, or you can't get them to actually do what you want them to do. Speaker 2 (06:30): So you're taking on some of their job, all those things that we complain about, if you don't actually say, look, you have created this model. So the only way to uncreate this model is to start to change how you're thinking about the business. And that starts with how you think about yourself. You have got to look at yourself as the owner, the CEO, the entrepreneur, the head honcho. You have to see yourself like that. That's scary, right? I don't think myself, I'm just a PT. The problem is that's how everyone else is looking at you. And you have to own that. Now you are playing multiple roles here. I've said one time, multiple personalities. It's not really multiple personalities. It's multiple roles, but your role as a clinician own it when you're treating treat. But when that ends, you have got to shift your mind to perhaps the role as the director, and then you have to shake. Speaker 2 (07:36): It shifts your mind. The role as the owner, the mindset you have for each of those three is so different, especially between the clinician and the owner, how you see your business, how you see your staff, how you communicate to people. That's very different than a clinical mindset. So I think that's the first thing we have to own it. The, the, the other big thing is success is 90% preparation and 10% perspiration people may have heard that they may have heard it in different types of things. 99%. This 1% that I've heard that before, never really understood what it meant. What does that mean? It means that we are by human beings. We are naturally doers. We do do, do I call up the home Depot model, you know more savings, more doing we're here to help the doers. So doers like to do they get off on doing stuff. Speaker 2 (08:38): And then those people like to be busy, busy, busy, busy, which is, seems to be the mantra of everyone nowadays, what are you doing? I'm really busy, but that is very different than being productive. That is very different than being efficient. So being busy is not an owner mindset. An owner mindset is how can I be more productive? How can I run things more efficiently? How do I utilize my time? Better? That alone will change what you focus on and how you start putting your business together. So this 90% preparation stuff is all about. How about having time to think about your business. If you're busy all the time, constantly filling your schedule with patients, with meetings, with putting out the fires in your business, just constant stuff. Where's your time Karen, to just think about what is it, where's my business going in the next month or three months or week. Speaker 2 (09:39): You don't have that time. You're just on the hamster wheel of doing, doing, doing busy, busy, busy, and the results don't really significantly change or worse. They start to improve a little bit, but they improve only because of the effort and the work that you're doing. So now you're trapped because if you shift that all of a sudden the results will, will go down. So you get trapped by that. So that, that, that motto of 90% per preparation and 10% perspiration and having this shift of you have to slow down, you have to pause and you, we have to spend more time getting out of the immediate present. And that is my first mindset shift. Speaker 1 (10:30): Yeah. It's hard to sometimes get out of your business so you could work on it, you know, and how, if you can make that mind shift, I think you still, so you can make the shift of like, Hey, I'm the owner. I need to not just work in my business, but work on it. Be creative, things like that. So what advice do you have for people to, let's say once they've gotten that mindset, okay. I am a business owner. There are other things I have to do here. What, what can they do to get to that, that area of creativity and of, well, let's look at how we can streamline things and be more efficient if you're always like, well, I have to treat patients because if I don't treat any patients that don't have any revenue coming in and that's not good because I don't have a business. Right? Speaker 2 (11:26): So unless you bought an existing practice, we all come in as what we call it at practice freedom, you a committed clinician, right? Your solo preneur, that's it. Maybe you have an, a, maybe you have a part-time PT PTA or somebody, but it's really just you. Okay. That's how we all come in. That's how I came in. That's how you started your business. We all do that. Now committed clinician. The biggest challenge, because the challenges are different between the two examples I'm going to give the challenges with that person is, well, you got to get busy and most of your bills, dizziness is going to, or you got to get busy, meaning you got to generate more work referrals and get your schedule busy. So your job is to start delivering great care, maybe going out, meeting some different referral sources. That's what most of us do. Speaker 2 (12:17): And your schedule will get busier. It always happens. Then there's going to come a point where you're like, I'm running at a time. Every time I start to mark it by place gets busy. And when I stopped play starts to go down. So we call that kind of, that role of poster. And you start teetering on the next slide level of business ownership. And the next level is called overwhelmed operator. Love that term. I coined that term years ago because it just describes that type of owner. This owner has hired people. And when you start hiring people, you probably don't have a lot of organization and systems in place. You just kind of doing it. You're trying to, you know, I got some good people. I know how to judge people, but you're you still have your schedule. You're still doing your stuff. When you hire people, now you're responsible for them. Speaker 2 (13:12): So now all of a sudden this whole HR there's human resources stuff comes into play. Ignorance is an excuse. It doesn't matter if you're ignorant. Like I broke the law department of labor, reached out to me and say, Jamie we got to investigate you because you're doing some illegal acts. What? Well, you're supposed to be paying overtime to certain employees. I'm like, I didn't know that. I thought they were a exempt from that. Like, no, these are exam these. I mean, then all of a sudden I'm like, well, I didn't know that. And I'm like, well, you're going to find out, cause we're going to find you. And I'm like, okay, from now on, I will make sure I have someone on my team that knows that stuff. So what happens with the overwhelmed operator? You start bringing in staff, not only do you have your job now, Karen, but you start taking on other people's jobs. Speaker 2 (14:01): Maybe not the whole thing, but you're taking on a little bit of it. Right? And there's reasons for that. The biggest problem with the overwhelmed operator from I call it crossing the street crossing well sometimes. So it's a big, big, huge river crossing over to more of this idea of practice freedom, which I'll get to that in a minute is there's not organization in place. There's not systems in place. There's no control over one's time because you're busy, busy, busy. That's why I started with the idea of the problem is we're not thinking like an owner. You are still an overwhelmed operator thinking like maybe not only a clinician, but you're probably playing the role of clinical director is not an owner director. So leadership position in your company, but it's not where the practice owner needs to be. Right? If you're a director, you need to remove yourself from that position. Speaker 2 (14:58): That's where people are. They're in one of those two categories. So if you're, if you're a committed, if you're an owner, if you're a committed clinician, your job is to start bringing people in. But the more you can bring people in, in an organized systematic, having some things in place way, the less overwhelmed you'll be later on, there's still going to be somewhat overwhelmed. It's just kind of part of growing a business, but there's a way to do it where it's not so much. So one of the things that we that, that, that I want to share with the group, one of my mindset shifts that nobody spends any time on. I never did. Cause I thought it was a waste of time, whether you're committed clinician, whether you're a overwhelmed operator is the mindset shift of the best is yet to come. Speaker 2 (15:52): The best is yet to come. I won't get into the story around this, but really what it means is the future is brighter than the present. And it's brighter than your past. The future is brighter. You have a vision, you, you have something that you want. Is it written down? Have you taken the time to describe it? John Lennon CRA wrote, imagine, right? Talking about peace and unity. Martin Luther king has I have a dream, not, I have a project plan. I have a dream little kids go to Disney world and Disney land. But when you get older, you think that's stupid. Why? Because you're too busy doing it, doing it, doing it, doing it. You don't step out of the fray and say, where is this all leading to you? And I, before this call, we're talking about you know part of, part of the program that you're taking is focusing on, well, what are your personal goals? Speaker 2 (16:58): What's your purpose about what are you about Karen? See, we all have something we're about. And when you start to create that and develop that, that gives you your north star, that starts to give you direction. That's a shift. We all have to have to make, you know, I love Bruce Springsteen like the next person, but let's not have glory days. Our favorite song. Cause that means the best is in the past. So we have to shift that. Why is that important? Because it gives you a a plan. It gives you kind of like the horizon to know the direction you're moving the company. What, it also does, little known secret. What it also does is let people that you're hiring, know what they're a part of. Most of us, most of the owners, at least I can share my own story. Most of the owners I've talked to Karen. They don't have a clue, dental have anything written down a lot of a plan. They don't have a vision. They don't even have, they couldn't even articulate just a dream. Like the, you know, I just imagined the place being like this. It's usually a half a sentence of kind of, sort of, because they're just overwhelmed and busy and that's the place we have to start. Speaker 1 (18:17): Yeah. And, and I think getting, making that shift in the beginning, I know I can speak, well, I can speak for myself. Is uncomfortable of like, well, wait a second. I'm not in the, in this role. Speaker 2 (18:34): So Karen, why I agree with you, but is it uncomfortable? Speaker 1 (18:39): And, and again, I think it's, it's I, and again, I'm just speaking for myself. It's hard to like, let go of that control. It's hard to step away from being the clinician because part of my identity as a person and an owner is wrapped around being a really good physical therapist, not an entrepreneur. Speaker 2 (19:01): So what you're really saying is a there's some fear there. And the fear is, and this has been my experience working with hundreds of practice owners. What if I'd only achieve it? Yeah. Karen, I'm not used to failing. What if I don't achieve it, then I'll feel like a failure. I'm already overwhelmed. I'm already feeling bad about myself. I'm already feeling ashamed that I didn't deliver what I said to my spouse and my friends, what I would do when I opened my practice. See, I think it's more about that fear of failure. And that's one of the things we have to learn to embrace because this isn't school, business is all about trying things, failing, learning, and trying again. That is business. And if we want to protect ourselves in a little too Kuhn, you're going to be miserable. And I hate to see that I was miserable for so many years. Speaker 2 (20:03): You'll never hear anyone say it because I've been there. I've been in the private practice section. Now for 10 years, I've never heard one person ever telling me they're not doing well. Even though the odds are 85% of them are, how is that? Because it's pride and you don't want to tell people that stuff, but it's really happening. So by writing it down just for you, this is the exercise. Just write it down, create what's your vision. I don't care if you use six months, a year, two years, something reasonable, but just write it down. If anything was possible. And remember anything you want to do has been done a hundred million times before. There's nothing you're going to want that some other company hasn't created. So it's not like it can't be done, but anyone that helps you, you come to me, first thing I'm gonna say is, well, what do you want? Speaker 2 (20:58): Well, I don't know. Then how can I help you? I don't know what you're trying to keep. If you're going to hire someone, a good somebody, a good person that is going to work for you, better ask you. So what's your vision? Where are we going with this? Because they're looking at themselves as what is my growth opportunity here. So it is your duty as an owner. And to your point, yes, we as practice owners have an identity crisis. We actually don't know who we are. We have to embrace the fact that we are in owner. I know I'm going against what probably people have said before. You will always be a PT. Yes, you will always have a license. You always be a PT, but mentally you have to embrace it. You're an owner because you chose to go into business ownership. You didn't have to, it's a free country. Speaker 2 (21:49): You chose it. And there is more that you want. So how about we embrace it? And when you embrace it, it's amazing what you're going to be able to achieve. And you're going to make this whole process a lot more easier right now. You're making it difficult because you are battling these two kinds of brains. You're battling that clinical brain, that kilt brain that I don't know who I am. I'm just a PT and all, but I want this. I want to go on vacation for three weeks. Oh, I want him, I want to make money so I can put money away and write a check for college or, or have this or buy this. I want to help more people than I'm doing right now. And right now I'm not helping enough people. So it's your purpose. Your impact has to be the keys to this. Speaker 2 (22:32): So that's one thing. I do want to share a, another one. If I may. The other a growth mindset shift is focus. First one is the best is yet to come. The next one is focus. What you focus on, what you pay attention to grows. Now here's the caveat. It includes crap. You focus on a flower. You cultivate that flower. You put that little seed in there and you water it and take care of it. You're going to get a nice blooming flower. You cultivate that piece of crap and make it really nice. That maneuver is going to wreak real good. So whatever. So what does that mean? What's the manure stuff. It's the stuff that you're doing. That's not moving the needle in your business and in your life. It's the things that, although may be important. It's not what you should be doing because you can't do it all. Speaker 2 (23:42): And having the mindset of, I gotta do it all. I'm a great multitask. If I get one more person, tell me how great of a multi-tasker they are. Do you realize we are all researchers and science people? There's no, it's impossible for the brain to multitask. It can only focus on one thing at a time. All you're doing is focusing on a lot of one things really, really quickly. And then there's this thing called residue. This delay, right? If you're focused on something for a while and you focus on something else that delay, that thing stays with in your brain for a period of time, come on. You're not going to have a badge of honor saying what a great multitasker you are. Now. I'm not talking about the moms out there. And I, yes, yes. That's a whole nother world and I've seen it with my wife, but I'm talking about business owners, oh, I'm doing this, I'm doing this. I'm doing this. When they do that to me, they do it like they're bragging. And I go, why, why, why would you want to do that? You don't even like half the stuff you're doing. Why can't you get rid of it? And then we get back to the identity crisis. Well, I can't let it go. And there lies the issue. So focus having laser focus is like taking a magnifying glass to your business, letting the sun come in and dialing that energy. That is so strong. It can burn through wood. Speaker 2 (25:07): You have to have as an owner. And I've never met a successful business owner, entrepreneur, CEO that didn't have laser focus, never in any industry. Never because they couldn't be in that position. They couldn't have the level of success. I've met CEOs that their company wasn't great. Oh, they're all over the place. I've seen that plenty of times. So I don't necessarily what I had my practice. I didn't call myself the CEO. I couldn't get around that day. Those two corporate is it doesn't matter what you call yourself. Just think of yourself as you're the leader. This is your business. This is your thing. But it doesn't mean Karen that they have to do it all. No one said to dude, do it all. You're making this up. You're taking it all on. And it ain't working. If it was working, I'd be like, keep doing more, do more. Speaker 2 (26:07): Don't worry. We'll add more hours to the day. Do more. We'll take more time away from your family. Do more. It's not working. So focus. How do you, do you ever see the video? The invisible gorilla talk about focus, type invisible to grill. It's also called monkey business illusion. So here's what it is. There's six people, three in black shirts. I believe three. And white shirts. They're passing a basketball, right? And the, the, the exercise is count. How many passes? The white shirt? People throw to each other. That's it? That's all the directions is. I've seen it before. The first time I saw it at the end, the person goes, did you see it? And I'm like, see what? That was 18 passes. Yes. The number of passes were 18. Did you see the gorilla? And I went gorilla fricking no gorilla. There was a gorilla that come out. Speaker 2 (27:09): I'm gonna ruin it for people, but you have to see it. There is a grill that comes through the screen that starts dancing around and then walks off the screen. 50% of the people that see it, don't recognize it. Gorilla. This was a psychology experiment by, by the person that who the psychologist who did this. So being the smart Jamie, I just watched this the other day too. I've watched another version of it. Here's what's crazy. Of course. I saw the gorilla cause I was looking for the gorilla, but you know what? I didn't see. I didn't see the background completely changed colors. I didn't see one of the people that were passing the ball leave, like it's wild. What the brain is looking for the brain will see. So we have what's called and I don't want to get too technical here, but we have, what's called a bias. Our brain has a bias. Every single one of us, more specifically, it's called a negative bias. No matter how much we think we know, we can't think outside of our own bias. Speaker 2 (28:17): So the way you can kind of play with this a little bit is getting very clear at what you are focused on. Thinking through what you're focusing, then executing the plan. That's the only way to get through the bias except to have. And this is what I absolutely recommend. Someone else, someone else that's mentoring or coaching you, you don't know what you don't know and you never will, no matter how smart you think you are. And that's one of the problems we have because we are very smart people, but intellectually smart around physical therapy and anatomy. Yeah. That's great. But that's not going to help you with your business, right? So what you focus on, what you pay attention to grows. If you want more referrals, if you want more time than focus on the things that are going to help you do that. Speaker 2 (29:17): But the mindset shift is you have to be very honest with yourself. You have to ask yourself, do I like the results I'm getting? Do I like the income? Do I, I know we feel really weird about money and income, but it does pay the bills. Right? Can't pay the bills in likes, right? Oh, I got a thousand likes. Okay. Well how much you make nothing. Okay. You know, it does take money. It's okay to make money. What about time? Do you have control of your time? We call it freedom of time. Are you controlling your schedule? You're missing your kids' games. Are you missing events with your friends? Are you doing notes on the weekends? And so I was talking to someone yesterday, say, Jay, man, I do notes until 12 o'clock at night. I go, this is your business. And he goes, yeah, I'm working for a lunatic right now. Speaker 2 (30:06): Right. But that was kind of funny. So so that's, that's the thing. So I like to break it down for most of the committed clinicians and overwhelmed operators out there. 30 days, we, we have, we have a tool called a 30 day sprint. You can use that to 30 day goals. What's your goal for the next 30 days? Not 90, not a year, 30 days. What does it do you want to accomplish and choose one thing. Karen, just blend it because it's going to be hard for you to choose one because you're used to doing 20 and not achieving really any of them at least completed. So that's, that's an exercise that everyone can do. What area do you want to improve? Like I said, I gave you, I gave a bunch of examples. There's one, there's one code. I'm not monopolizing this conversation about, you know, that you're like, this is great. I have Jamie on 32 minutes. I'm like, thank you. Speaker 2 (31:06): I'm still answering the first question. Right? Henry David Thoreau. Great, great quote. It says it's not enough to be busy. So two are the ants. The question is what are you busy about? So by focusing more, you change your busy-ness to being intentional with what you're doing, that moves to being productive. The difference between productive and busiest productive is moving towards something that is desire busy. It's just activity. And there's a whole dopamine thing that we all have in our brain that, oh, but when I'm busy and I, I, you know, I take a post-it note and I throw it I feel so good about myself. I'm like, I know it's that quick dopamine hit that you achieve something. But the reality is you throw all of them away. You keep creating new ones and then you step back a little bit and you realize you haven't moved anywhere. Speaker 2 (32:02): You're still kind of doing the same stuff you were months ago or even years ago, you know? There's a, there's, there's, there's one more thing that we have, do we have time? Are we good? We're good. There's one more thing I wanna, I want to leave your audience with a growth mindset tip. And that is and this is probably now not probably it's the most important one and that is keep your tank full. And when I re referred to the proverbial gas tank, I'm referring to your energy level. We have all been in places where we are exhausted. Our energy is zapped. Our brain is fried and we just want to be left alone. If you have kids, you've been there many a times. If you have lots of patients, you've been there many a times. If you are running a business, you've been there many a times. If you've got annoying friends, you've been there many a times. Speaker 2 (33:05): And if something happens when you are in that state of just exhausting fed up, what's happening is your energy take low, near empty. A problem happens. How do you see that problem? Well, according to research in our beautiful little amygdala or my daughter calls it, the Amy, the gala, when emotion is high, such as when you're exhausted, fed up too much, intelligence is low. Your brain is hijacked. This goes back millions of years ago. When the Tiger's coming after you, you're not going to rationalize the tiger. Your body's going to go into overdrive and start running. However, what hasn't changed, even though we've transformed and we've we've, we've, we've, we've got all this new way. And in the neocortex, this is all old school brain stop. Something can happen. And you'll still get that feeling. You'll still get that emotional, like, oh my God, I got to react to something. Speaker 2 (34:12): And when your energy is low and your tank is low, you start to make really bad decisions. And when you make a bad decision with your friend, you yell at her, right? You yell at your friend, you yell at your kids, you yell at your spouse. You yell at your boyfriend and girlfriend, whoever you yell at people. And then later on you say, I wish it ends. I apologize. I shouldn't have said that. But when you make a bad decision in your business, oh boy, this is a decision that will, that could cost you thousands of dollars or tens of thousands. I've seen hundreds of thousands of dollars with literally one decision. It can cost you employees. It can cost you culture. It can cost you time and it can cost you a hell of a lot of frustration. Now imagine you're making these types of decisions, some grander than others, all the time, that's what's happening. Speaker 2 (35:10): Karen, we are making way too many decisions when our tank is well below halfway, and we're doing nothing to bring our take back up to full. What is a full tank? A full tank is your highest, most creative, innovative place. It's the place that you just feel on top of the world. It's the place of the highest level of confidence. It's the place that your friend says something stupid. And you're like, oh, you're foolish and come on. But that same person says something. When your tank is empty, you're going to bite our head off in business. You have someone asking you a question or someone coming to you for the umpteenth time that so w w if I want to take off next week, what do I have to do? And you just blow up on the person next day. You're like, yeah, yeah. You know, I'm sorry, whatever that person doesn't forget. Speaker 2 (36:09): Something like that. And when you start doing that and you start reacting, there's a difference between reacting and responding. Responding is what we do when the tank is full. Reacting is what we do when the tank is near empty. Reacting is an emotional response. Responding is a rational response. So what can we do? The fastest thing you can do when your tank is down is evoke physiology. What we do. So what's going to turn around deep breaths, count to 10, take 10 deep breaths. I guarantee whatever the problem is, it will subside. And you will think differently about it. Exercise. I know for me, when I exercise, God, I feel great, right? Anytime. And I've, I've, I've infused as I'm not perfect at it, but I've infused as, especially the last few years, especially last year during COVID when I think I might've come on here. Speaker 2 (37:20): And you're like, Jamie, what's the secret to dealing with. COVID pause. Just pause. Just stop. Just take care of yourself. Take care of your team. Like just personally. So I'm a great thing to do is don't make any decisions until after you exercise. I don't care if it's a walk. I don't care if it's, you know, basketball, I'll give it a round of golf. If you consider that exercise whatever it is running, you will think differently about the issue. If you have a problem with an employee, take some deep breaths and pause, do not address it in a high level of emotional state. This, if you just stop doing this so often, I will promise you, your business will get better. I promise because you'll just stop making these decisions that you don't even realize. We don't even realize we make these decisions, but then all of a sudden problems happen. Speaker 2 (38:16): And then we justify why. And I guarantee, at least with me, the justification was well, Jamie it's because you're in a high emotional state. That's why this problem. No, I started looking for someone to blame. I look for the prop, the answer to the problem, somewhere outside of where it really came from, that gets expensive. That causes you then to hire people you shouldn't hire to pay. I mean, I paid so much money in marketing and stuff like that. Why I was in a really bad emotional state. And I was just trying to solve it, writing a check on it. Wasn't it, it wasn't, it, it wasn't a rational thought through issue. And I did that again and again, and I did that with a lot of other problems too. So you know, when emotions are high intelligence is low. Karen, this is an opinion. Speaker 2 (39:09): This is a fact. We like facts as PTs. This is a fact. So pause 10 seconds, 10 deep breaths exercise before decision. And you don't have to wait for your, for your tank to get low. I know we do that. Like I'm, I'm one of those. Not only does the light come on, but that, that thing gotta be at the line. Or even below the line for me to go to the gas station. We can't do that with ourselves. When that thing gets around half, half full it's time, start, start doing some things, put this into your regular routine. Here's what I've learned over the years. I didn't realize this. So I started talking to a bunch of people around this particular point of keep your tank full. And I don't know the exact number, but it's overwhelmingly more than I would say, 80%. When you, when you get busier, when things get busier at work in the office, there's one thing that you sacrifice more than anything else. That's your, self-care you exercise. Normally you stop going to the gym, right? You do yoga, you stop it, you meditate, you stop it. You go, you stop. The thing that actually is keeping you sane and keeping you mentally strong and mentally fit. That's when you have to pause and saying, I'm the most important person in this company, my thinking and how I think about this business affects everyone in the business, including the staff and the patients and the community. So when I'm feeling like that, I know it's time to do some serious take care of me time. Speaker 1 (40:57): Yeah, absolutely. So now, if we start to, we'll start to kind of wrap things up here. So I just want to review some of the things that you said that physical therapy owners can do to kind of change their mindset around them being clinician, a PT an owner, to help them be successful. So you just talked about not making decisions on an empty tank or a near empty tank. We talked about changing we talked about some little like mindset tricks and tips and things like that. What else? Speaker 2 (41:40): Well, the, the three things that specific thing could be talked about, cause a lot of them have to do with that is growth mindset tip number one, the best is yet to come. The exercise for that is take 15, 20 minutes. You can, you can, you can handle that. Write down what the heck you want one year from today, one year from today, if you and I had a conversation and we were going to look back on to this moment, what would happen for you to feel happy about your business, about your bank account, about your family, about your personal life, what would you, what would have to happen? Write that down. I don't care if it happens or not. No, one's going to call you on it, but I want you to go through what it feels like to actually put that down on paper. Speaker 2 (42:27): Don't type it out on the computer. There's something special about writing it out on paper, right hand to paper. That's number one, that's number one, number two, focus, growth mindset. Number two, focus. What we focus, what we pay attention to grows. So what are you focused on? One thing for the next 30 days? What is one outcome? One goal that you want once you do that reverse engineer, that and then say, okay, in order to achieve that goal, what happens? What do I have to achieve this week? Say that exact line. What do I have to achieve for this week? Do that four weeks in a row. And I promise you, I promise you, call me out. If I'm wrong, you will be either hit the goal, go way past the goal or make significant progress, which you won't be is where you are. Excellent is the 80 tank. Speaker 2 (43:28): Keep your tank full. If you get into a high level of emotional state resist making decisions, or if you have to make a decision deep breaths count to 10 exercise, something that helps you increase your energy level. And then of course the second part of that is incorporate that on a regular basis every day, maybe a couple days a week, three days a week, but on a regular basis. And for whatever you do, no matter how busy and crazy life gets, do not sacrifice your time, your self care is the most important thing. There is you are not a hero by killing yourself. You don't strengthen the weak by weakening, the strong you killing and sacrificing yourself is not helping anyone. You don't need to do that. And then of course the overarching thing that we've talked about is, you know, some of the ideas around really thinking of yourself and considering yourself and talking about yourself as a business owner, right. If you're treating tree, that's great. But other than that, you own a business. Speaker 1 (44:49): Yeah. Perfect. All right. Where can people find you? Speaker 2 (44:55): Yeah, learn more. You can just go to my website practice freedom, U the letter u.com. I got some goodies on there. You can download my book on there. What I would recommend if people want to dive in deeper with me and, and just kind of, you know, you want to have a conversation. I am offering a, what we call a discovery call and we'll see kind of where you are mentally. We'll see where your mindset is. We'll see where your business is and we'll see if there's ways we can help you. We do have programs. We'll see if it's a, if it's the right fit for you, if not definitely give you some things that you can do in the meantime, maybe point you in some other directions. So you can go. I'm sure you'll put that in, but you can go to practice freedom, u.com/discovery call. Speaker 1 (45:41): Perfect. And yes, this will all be in the show notes at podcast out healthy, wealthy, smart.com under this episode. So last question, Jamie, what advice would you give to your younger self? Speaker 2 (45:53): Oh my God. Overcome your ego. Jamie it's okay. You don't know everything enlist. Some help invest in yourself, invest in your business. It will pay off dividends in the future. Not only to you, not only to your family, but for everyone that's around you, including your staff and community. Speaker 1 (46:15): Excellent advice. I love it. I love it. And I feel like you've given different pieces of advice each time you've been on very impressive. Cause I've asked this question before and the advice is always different, so well done. You so thanks so much for coming on and sharing. This was great advice for anyone who is a current owner or who's maybe thinking about becoming an entrepreneur. So I thank you very much. Speaker 2 (46:41): You're welcome. Thank you so much, Karen. Speaker 1 (46:42): Yeah. And everyone who's listening. Thanks so much for tuning in, have a great couple of days and stay healthy, wealthy and smart.