Join Trista Sue Kragh and Charisa Munroe as they discus "The Keys to Laying a Solid Foundation". Jesus told us that the effects of our life is based solely on having either a faulty or proper foundation. The only difference between complete destruction or peace through the crisis is APPLYING His teachings to your life. This means the difference between a chaotic or a peaceful passage as you ride out the storms, which are guaranteed to hit us all at some point. Now, storms rarely announce their approach. If you lay a solid foundation by renewing your mindset with the principles of the Kingdom of God, you will not only pass through the storms with peace but you will also realize the benefits, opportunities, and VALUE of storms bringing necessary growth and transformation. In this discussion we will share key foundational principles from their life story's of coping and therefore, outlasting the storms. Trista Sue was mentored by the late Dr. Myles Munroe, and since his passing has developed a self-paced mentorship e-course called The School of Influence for Agents of Change. Mentorship is vital and it is important to continue to influence and build leaders and agents of change around the world. You can read more about The School of Influence for Agents of Change and register at TristaSue.com. ONLINE MENTORSHIP: https://agentsofchange.tristasue.com WEBSITE: http://www.tristasue.com TWITTER: https://twitter.com/TristaSue13 FACEBOOK PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/agentsofchangeintl OFFICE CONTACT: Info@AgentsForChangeIntl.org 239-465-0409
Another week, another NFL ATS breakdown and right now, I dare you to find anyone who's doing it better! Circa Picks are 17-2-1 the last 4 weeks! For my premium picks delivered to your inbox EVERY DAY, click here! NBA 20/21 Season: 207-152 (58%) MLB Season: 229-199 (54%) NFL Season: 46-40 (53%), +23 units
It's never too early to have conversations on exiting your business. Whether you're looking to retire or pass the mantle to the next generation, it's important to understand the merger and acquisition process sooner than later. Listen in as Laurie Barkman and Miche Jean, CEO of Grotte Business Partners, discuss how to make your business ready for transition while readying yourself for your next chapter. Listen in to learn more about: Clarifying the driving force behind your desire to sell Laying down your exit strategy Why you should work with experts rather than go it alone when selling a business Being flexible during the merger and acquisition process Show links: Miche Jean LinkedIn Laurie Barkman on LinkedIn Podcast website: SuccessionStories.com About: The Succession Stories podcast is hosted by Laurie Barkman, Founder of SmallDotBig. We'll help you maximize business value, plan your exit transition, and get rewarded for all of your hard work by finding the right buyer or seller. Visit https://smalldotbig.com for more value building resources and subscribe to our newsletter!
Another week, another NFL ATS breakdown! Steve and I have been on fire so far this NFL season, so just look at the numbers: FarleyBets: +17 units BohBohBets: +30 units Check out our NFL Week 6 ATS Breakdown and get fully prepped for your betting weekend! For my premium picks delivered to your inbox EVERY DAY, click here! NBA Season Record: 207-152 (58%) MLB Season Record: 228-198 (54%) NFL Season Record: 38-33 (55%), +17 units
It's time for another Perfect Club! DJ, Randy, Neil, and Kevin Van Valkenburg get together to discuss the HBO show, Succession. With the third season premiering Sunday night, 10/17, what better time to reflect on what is probably the best show on television. From scenes and plot points to characters and performances, and everything in-between, this episode will have you ready for the new season. Enjoy!
During the early days of WWII, the Route 66 community of Miami welcomed over 2000 British Cadets as part of a training program to prepare pilots for combat over their homeland of England. While most of these young cadets returned home to intense fighting and a country already ravaged by war, there were a few that never made it back home to their native soil. They were tragically killed while training in the states and have been forever laid to rest along Route 66 in the community of Miami, Oklahoma. Laying these young men to rest on foreign soil attracted the attention of a local, Francis Mae Hill, who would over the next 40 years provide both flowers and prayers for these young men. Mrs. Hill knew the family members would not be able to visit their loved ones, so she voluntarily tended to their graves and promised family members back home that they would not be forgotten. She often considered the young men her boys, and her last wish was to be buried alongside her boys. King George VI would later award Mrs. Hill The King's Award for Service. Join host Anthony Arno as he talks with Nancy Bro, office manager at the GAR Cemetery in Miami, OK, about the life of these cadets and other notables buried in Miami. Highlights of the conversation include: SHOW NOTES Origin and network of GAR Cemeteries Cemetery Tourism as an upcoming industry The US agrees to a proposed program to train British in the US The Spartan Flying School Keeping the operation top secret in the early days A sudden influx of British men with funny accents gathering in Miami- what's going on? How a Route 66 community welcomes 2000 men with open arms British adjusting to American life while the war is raging back home The final count laid to rest: 15 Cadets and a local woman Kenneth Raisbeck: recreating the final flight of for the 70 year old son who he never met Annual Remembrance Ceremonies at GAR Origin of fatal accidents Col Gale Halverson The Candy Bomber Frantie "Francis" Mae Hill Mother of the boys buried in Oklahoma Why should we care for British soldiers laid to rest in the US? Honoring the British war dead in the states - justification and reasoning Everlasting relationships cadets formed with locals Local museums honoring the RAF cadets Dobson Museum NE OK College, Oklahoma Other notables buried at GAR Cemetery Richard Kelton George Coleman Elvin and Lovell Mantle John Beaver Atha Cardin Charles Banks Wilson William Campbell Booger Red LINKS Website: GAR Cemetery, Miami, OK Dobson Museum Raisbeck Story and Flight THE CANDY BOMBER: Colonel Gail “Hal” Halvorsen CHARLES BANKS WILSON: Documentary (Notable artist buried at GAR Cemetery) From the Ozarks and Beyond" Part 1 From the Ozarks and Beyond" Part 2 From the Ozarks and Beyond" Part 3 From the Ozarks and Beyond" Part 4 THE STEM CLASS PODCAST with Anthony Arno Dr. Frances Carter, a real life Rosie the Riveter Thank you to Route 66 Podcast & Scholarship supporters! MidPoint Cafe, Adrian, TX - Featuring both their Ugly Crust Pie and one of the most popular photo ops along Route 66, located exactly halfway between Chicago and Santa Monica in Adrian, Texas. Gilligan's Route 66 Tours featuring tours of Route 66 in Ford Mustang convertibles, stays at historic Route 66 motels, and daily breakfast. Jon B - Rhode Island Mary Beth Busutil - Florida Jim Crabtree - California Mike Fort Route 66 author and photographer - Shellee Graham and also my guest on Episode # 10 where she talks about her book, Tales from the Coral Court Motel. Kristin Haakenson - Washington Rich Havlik - Minnesota Mary Nicholson - Pennsylvania Brian Sawyer - Indiana United Kingdom Charli Beeton The Netherlands Jim Rensen Please consider supporting both The Route 66 Podcast and Scholarship Program through Patreon. Patreon members receive access to an additional 10 minutes of this episode, featuring the following content: Miami City takes over GAR Cemetery Miami Municipal Airport Bugles across America Additional fatalities at other Spartan Flying School locations Logistics for visiting the GAR Cemetery Personal Background for Nancy Child Remembrance Ceremony
Another week, another NFL ATS breakdown! Steve and I have been on fire so far this NFL season, so just look at the numbers: FarleyBets: 32-26, +16 units BohBohBets: 39-20, +25 units Check out our Week 5 ATS Breakdown and get fully prepped for your betting weekend! For my premium picks delivered to your inbox EVERY DAY, click here! NBA Season Record: 207-152 (58%) MLB Season Record: 228-198 (54%) NFL Season Record: 32-26 (55%), +16 units
A champ is here! Bucs linebacker Devin White joins Patrick Peterson and Bryant McFadden to cover it all! We start away from the football field as Devin details his love for horses and the role they play in his life. He also discusses laying the groundwork for a title team at LSU, leaving Baton Rouge for the pros and returning this summer to get his degree. The third-year pro shares his experiences with COVID-19 during last year's postseason before diving into The GOAT, Tom Brady. White explains how TB12 treated his return to New England as well as his leadership style. Which is the better team: the 2020 Bucs or 2021 Bucs? Our guest answers that and expresses how things are much tougher this season when Tampa Bay has to defend the title as opposed to last season when there were more limited expectations. And why can't Devin and Lavonte David get any Pro Bowl love? It's crazy. Superlatives help us close out the show! 'All Things Covered' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. You can listen to All Things Covered on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the All Things Covered podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the All Things Covered podcast." Visit the All Things Covered YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/allthingscovered Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AllThingsCoveredPod Follow Pat on Instagram and Twitter Follow BMac on Instagram and Twitter Follow All Things Covered on Instagram and Twitter Produced by: @E_DeBerardinis For more NFL coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We head to the Garden State this week in conjunction with the LPGA's Founders Cup at Mountain Ridge CC in West Caldwell, NJ. Before diving into all that New Jersey has to offer, though, TC and Randy react to the latest Urban Meyer saga and other news of the day. In the second half of the episode, Casey Landman, friend of the pod and Jersey resident, hops on to educate the guys on pork rolls, NJ music, and so much more. Enjoy!
Trauma Informed Care was my introduction to a new model on behavior. A model that went past the behaviorist lens, a model that encouraged us to look way beyond the behavior and get curious about what was driving the behavior. Trauma informed approaches aren't just good for kids with a history of trauma.Truly being trauma informed means connecting with what it means to be human- and then understanding the impact of trauma on top of that.I've worried about-- and even gotten some feedback-- that I'm unintentionally minimizing the impact of trauma by first focusing on the neurobiology of being human.Laying trauma-informed principles on top of the neurobiology of being human is how we truly recognize and honor the impact of trauma.What if without first understanding the neurobiology of being human, trauma informed care is reduced to behavior management techniques? To be truly trauma informed, we have to go beyond trauma informed. We have to be willing to turn upside our beliefs, and the systems in which we've built those beliefs, about what it means to be human. If you'd rather, you can read an article instead of listening to the podcast here: https://robyngobbel.com/traumainformedMore ways to move beyond trauma informed:Engaging the Body: Working with Dysregulated Kids is an eight-hour virtual training for professionals (of any kind!) eager to bring movement and body-based experiences intentionally into their work with clients. I've adapted my previously always-sold-out training for play therapists to be applicable to a wider range of professionals and decided to offer it virtually one last time.The Club- Beginning in October in The Club, we'll be taking three months to integrate rhythmic, repetitive, relational, and somatosensory experience into moments of healing in the family- strengthening the foundation of the brain. You can join The Club as a caregiver and/or a professional (I know many of you are both!). Registration closes October 5!Goodies you can find on my website:FREE Brilliance of Attachment eBook at https://robyngobbel.com/ebookFREE masterclass on What Behavior Really Is and How to Change It at https://robyngobbel.com/masterclass**********There are so many benefits (and no drawbacks!) to teaching kids and teens about the brain. I'll give you simple, fun ways to Teach Kids about their Awesome Brain. This 1.5 hour webinar airs live on Wed Oct 20. Everyone who registers will receive the recording so you don't have to attend live! CLICK HERE.
With the Chicken Championship back in Jackson, MS, Tron and Randy are headed to the land of magnolias! They discuss the most important news of the day before chopping it up with guest and Mississippi-native, Will Bardwell. Will is doing great work in his home state. He discusses what keeps him in MS and so much more. Plus, check out Will's work on twitter (@willbardwell) and his blog, Lying Four. Enjoy!
Join myself (@ChrisRFarley1) and Steve (@snormsnorm) every week by watching live on Twitter, via YouTube, right here at TheOddsBreakers, or everywhere you listen to podcasts! For my premium picks delivered to your inbox EVERY DAY, click here! NBA Season Record: 207-152 (58%) MLB Season Record: 228-198 (54%) NFL Season Record: 25-22, +14 units
Hello, and welcome to Episode 22 of Shea Butter FC, the podcast by, for, and about Black women in soccer, featuring your hosts, Skye and Sylvs. This week, we take you back to Soccer Skool to explain the expansion draft rules,, recap the weekend in the NWSL, give you our SBFC superlatives, introduce our new segment SBFC Pimp Yo' Squad and, as always, give you our hits and riffs and rants and raves of the week. Please like and subscribe on your favorite platform and don't forget to follow us at: Twitter (Podcast) - @SBFC_Podcast Instagram - sbfc_podcast]
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And by "read," as in the way it's used in literary studies, I mean "interpret." We've come through some tough passages, so I thought it would be useful to lay my cards on the table. Or at least most of the trumps. I'll keep a few back for later. Through Instagram DMs and emails, I've had some amazing conversations about Inferno, Cantos XV and XVI. And I thought, well, I should just lay out these discussions because they lie at the heart of my obsession about poetics in Dante's COMEDY. In a nutshell, here's how I read COMEDY. At least at this moment. No guarantees I won't change my mind. There are no distinct parts of this podcast episode. Rather, it's a general discussion of my own idiosyncratic overview of COMEDY. Support this podcast
Join me on the couch for 5 minutes of exercise. Today we are working our quads and stretching our piriformis. If you don't know what the heck a piriformis is, join the party and we'll get it stretched! ***** Created and produced by Lyn Lindbergh of COUCH to ACTIVE. Get the Couch to Active online experience and kickstart your health and fitness motivation today. www.couchtoactive.com/course Fitness Motivation, Personal Trainer, Group Fitness, and support for people with Chronic Illness, Long-Term Injuries, are Blind. Join a group fitness class of Lyn's designed specifically for people with chronic illnesses, fibromyalgia, absolute beginners, and the blind. https://www.couchtoactive.com/group-fitness Lyn's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGsnbdFmkpX5vgDTUgUr03g/playlists
The Arkansas Razorbacks and KJ Jefferson took down Texas A&M in Dallas. Stock down for Oklahoma Sooners quarterback Spencer Rattler and Clemson signal caller DJ Uiagalelei. 2nd year QB Justin Herbert of the Los Angeles Chargers takes down Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs on the road. Title Sponsor- 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. RunYourPool Today's episode is brought to you by Run Your Pool. Check ‘em out TODAY and get $10 off at RunYourPool.com/LockedOn or use our promo code LockedOn at checkout. Sponsor Show Notes Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! 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
Laying the Points with FarleyBets just got a facelift! Check out our full, Week 3 ATS Breakdown now via podcast, here, or on YouTube! Sign up here to get Chris' premium package! (NBA Win Rate: 58%) (6 Week MLB Win Rate: 68%) -- a package gives you EVERY premium pick, EVERY day!
We're back this week ahead of the Ryder Cup, and of course we're headed to Sheboygan, WI! TC and Randy catch up on only the most important news of the last few weeks before chatting with special guest, Sheboygan native, and 3x-winner on the LPGA Tour, Martha Nause. Martha had a long, successful career in professional golf, including a win at the 1994 du Maurier Classic, a major championship. She helps the guys learn all about her home city and state. Enjoy!
All aboard another mental game mailbag where listeners just like you call in to get their questions answered and get better on and off the course. This week's mailbag covers everything from blocking out bad memories with certain shots or clubs, how to build a routine to improve your speed control on the greens, how to bounce back after making a mistake on a smart shot, and how to be more successful off the first tee. Want Ev and Cerm to answer your question? Leave us a voicemail at 213-640-7606! PAR TRAIN LISTENER EXCLUSIVES: Performance Apparel: Want 15% the best fitting performance golf apparel in the game? Tap this link bit.ly/3myURyP and you'll never wear anything other than Rhoback again. Brand new clubs: Want a brand new bag of clubs for less than $800? Want 10% off on top of that outrageous deal? Enter the code PARTRAINSENTME at https://stixgolf.co/TheParTrain and get yourself the clubs you deserve. Also, to celebrate Stix's one year anniversary, head over to @StixGolfGear on IG for giveaways all month long!
Where have we been and what conclusions have we come to with atonement? Intro • What is Atonement? We saw that the word atonement is an etymology (At- One- Ment) but the Bible speaks more of the words (KPR and hilasterion) translated as atonement as covering or purging. Expiation of sin not propitiation of wrath. God is not acted upon, sin is. Sacrificial system Sacrifices: o Burnt offering is about a gift and just wanting to spend time with God. o Grain offering is about remembering the covenant o The well-being (Peace) offering is simply a thank you to God o The Purification (sin) offering is about cleansing sacred space o The guilt or reparation offering is about repayment for an unintentional sin (humans making things right with other covenant members and recommitting to the Covenant with God) • Blood: the blood manipulation was about cleansing sacred space. In combination with atonement language, it meant to purge or cover to decontaminate the sanctuary. The blood was never applied to people except in the ordination of the priests or when the covenant was enacted at Sinai. It was a ritual detergent… the ancient power washer. Blood represented life and not death. • Laying on of hands: Was not transferring sin but rather setting apart the animal for a purpose • The animals were never a substitute for the person • We saw that blood was not requires for forgiveness (there was no sacrifice for intentional sins). There are many examples of sacrifices that were not animals and didn't require blood for forgiveness. Exodus is the central image of the cross in the Bible. Jesus dies during Passover so we need to make this our main motif of interpreting the cross Day of Atonement Isaiah 53 The Gospels and Acts Romans Hebrews o By offering his own life and blood Jesus made purification (1:3) and atonement for sin (2:17- 18). Died for us - Huper and peri are always used in the “for us” and “for our sins” verses. Legal Framework Righteousness and Justification Imputation Atonement History and Church Fathers Recap Framing questions • Retribution or Restoration? • Substitution or Representation? • Transaction or Transformation? • Judicial or Relational? • Did God need his mind changed about us or our mind about God? • Is there a debt owed? How does the cross bring about justice? • Holiness and/or Love… are they opposed to each other? • Who killed Jesus? God or us? • Is our view of the cross to individualistic? Recap Atonement theories Moral Influence Theory Ransom Theory Christus Victor Satisfaction theory Penal Substitutionary Atonement The Scapegoat Theory Recapitulation • New Covenant Theory Do we see one theory or many in the scriptures? Do we see any non-existent theories or themes in scripture on this list? Golf club analogy… What do we think are the major themes and how do they work together?
The beginning years lay the foundation of a lifetime of learning. Everyone has to start somewhere and Sonlight's pressure-free preschool and Pre-k programs are a perfect way to embark on an adventure of learning! Join us for this session as we discuss the importance of laying the foundation for education in these early years, the benefits of starting early on certain pre-academic skills, and take a deep dive into all of the educational components of Sonlight's preschool and pre-k programs.
In this edition of Hoopsology, Matt and Justin Goodrum welcome the host of the Breaking Through Glass Ceilings and the Wrestling Wrealm Podcast, Brian H. Waters. With the Greek Freak and Trae Young stepping into the wrestling ring, we get Brian's perspective on if NBA stars stepping into the wrestling ring trend will continue. We also discuss the history of NBA stars crossing over into the wrestling world, and Waters shares his thoughts on the reloaded Lakers' roster. Get in touch with the show through Facebook and Twitter, leave us a review on iTunes and email us at email@example.com. We are a member of the OTG Basketball Network. Follow Brian H. Waters on Twitter. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hoopsology/support
Thank you for being patient with us as the previous upload became corrupted. It's Episode 13 of Laying the Points and we MADE IT– the NFL Season is upon us! Check out this podcast every single Thursday for a full ATS Breakdown of every NFL contest! (this is a redo of Thursday's podcast from this week, which we had technical issues with) Chris has Premium Picks every single day in MLB, UFC, NFL, CFB, and NBA! Click the hyperlink to sign up for his favorite plays on a recurring basis!
Jailyn Jenkins believes that each and every learner deserves lifeworthy conversations that promote community and deepen content understanding. Jailyn joined Michelle Morris Jones on the Phenomenal Teaching Podcast to unpack the PEBC Teaching Framework and specific ways in which teachers can promote student discourse that is meaningful, culturally responsive and sustaining, and inclusive of all voices. First and foremost, we must invest in building relationships with students and establishing rituals and routines that promote talk in our classrooms. This involves examining our internal biases and beliefs about who's holding the power and knowledge and who gets to have a voice. Laying the groundwork for rich and lifeworthy discourse begins on day one by engaging students in conversations about their lives and interests as well as content. This creates an expectation that each and every student has something to say that is valuable. When planning for discourse Jailyn considers: Lifeworthy Topics: What matters for students? How can you build a bridge between content standards and life outside of school? Intentional Planning: What do you want students to talk about and how will that build community or understanding? How are you going to scaffold the conversation for student success? Multiple Entry Points: Can everyone contribute something to the conversation in some way? What modes of discourse or languages are students able to use to express their ideas? Open-Ended Questions: Are questions crafted in a way that promotes critical thinking or are they designed to elicit a particular response? In what ways can students explore the “how” and “why” rather than the “what” or “who?” In closing, Jailyn encourages us to double down on lifeworthiness by building authentic relationships with students, expressing creativity that leads to innovation, and putting ourselves in the seats of students. Jailyn Jenkins, "Educator, Advocate, Wellness Enthusiast" teaches science, facilitates professional learning opportunities, and serves as an instructional coach in Aurora Public Schools. Jailyn has a Bachelor's in Education from ASU and a Masters in Education Administration from GCU. She is a Denver native, loves adventure, trampoline parks, and just about anything that brings joy! Follow her on Instagram @Ms.Jenkins.Science The "Phenomenal Teaching Podcast" is brought to you by Public Education & Business Coalition (PEBC) and is intended to elevate the strands of the PEBC Teaching Framework which is illustrated in Wendy Ward Hoffer's book, Phenomenal Teaching. Thank you for joining us this season as we strive to elevate the stories of educators who are making schools and classrooms more phenomenal than ever before by implementing community, planning, workshop, thinking strategies, discourse, and assessment strategies that promote agency, equity, and understanding.
Thank you for being patient with us as the previous upload became corrupted. It's Episode 13 of Laying the Points and we MADE IT-- the NFL Season is upon us! Check out this podcast every single Thursday for a full ATS Breakdown of every NFL contest! (this is a redo of Thursday's podcast from this week, which we had technical issues with) Chris has Premium Picks every single day in MLB, UFC, NFL, CFB, and NBA! Click the hyperlink to sign up for his favorite plays on a recurring basis!
It's Episode 13 of Laying the Points and we MADE IT-- the NFL Season is upon us! Check out this podcast every single Thursday for a full ATS Breakdown of every NFL contest! Chris has Premium Picks every single day in MLB, UFC, NFL, CFB, and NBA! Click the hyperlink to sign up for his favorite plays on a recurring basis!
In this episode, Jerry Bradshaw discusses: Being suspect of always or never statements in training. The art of prey guarding. Laying your own tracks. The downsides to canine demos. Key Takeaways: By saying you never do defense work with puppies, you erase an entire section of training 2457 On any given track, you will have a combination of human odor and ground disturbance. How much of each will be different depending on the type of track. There can be benefits to laying your own tracks, including the ability to lay more tracks than you might be able to otherwise. You can never predict other people's behavior - if you are doing a demo, you want to treat your dog like any other piece of equipment like your gun or your car. "Back when I was an academic, we used to tell students, if you see in a question ‘always' or ‘never' be suspect of what's being said, because there are usually exceptions to rules. And especially in dog training, there's usually some exceptions." — Jerry Bradshaw Get Jerry's book Controlled Aggression on Amazon.com Contact Jerry: Website: controlledaggressionpodcast.com Email: JBradshaw@TarheelCanine.com Tarheel Canine Training: www.tarheelcanine.com Youtube: tarheelcanine Twitter: @tarheelcanine Instagram: @tarheelk9 Facebook: TarheelCanineTraining Protection Sports Website: psak9-as.org Patreon: patreon.com/controlledaggression Slideshare: Tarheel Canine Calendly: https://calendly.com/tarheelcanine Sponsors: ALM K9 Equipment: almk9equipment.com PSA & American Schutzhund: psak9-as.org Tarheel Canine: tarheelcanine.com Train Hard, train smart, be safe. Show notes by Podcastologist Chelsea Taylor-Sturkie Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
Fireclay Tile | Eric Edelson, CEO Today, I chat with Eric Edelson, CEO of Fireclay Tile. Fireclay lays claim to making the most beautiful tile in the world -- and Eric comes on the show to talk about how the journey to get there involved firing all his customers and becoming unencumbered from retail. We also talked about how this former neuroscientist instilled a mentality of employee ownership into the minds of his investors and team, to the point that he massively over-indexes on it. We speak about the implications of that, and his vision for the future, on today's episode. Check out Fireclay for yourself: https://www.fireclaytile.com/ And follow Eric while you're at it: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericedelson/ FOLLOW AUTHENTIC AVENUE, AND ADAM, ON SOCIAL MEDIA: LinkedIn (Authentic Avenue): https://www.linkedin.com/company/68049428/ LinkedIn (Adam Conner): https://www.linkedin.com/in/adamjconner/ Email Adam: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more at https://authenticavenuemedia.com/. Theme Song: Extreme Energy (Music Today 80) Composed & Produced by Anwar Amr Video Link: https://youtu.be/8ZZbAkKNx7s
It's Solheim Cup Week and the TrapDraw heads to Toledo, Ohio! A criminally underrated Midwestern city, we examine what makes the place special thanks to our guest this week, Toledo native and current Loyola-Chicago men's golf coach, Erik Hoops. Erik grew up in Toledo, coached at the University of Toledo and caddied at Inverness. He's got a ton of passion for the place, which shines through in our chat. Enjoy!