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In this episode of Zone 7, Crime Scene Investigator, Sheryl McCollum, talks with a former police officer, Lindsay Long. Lindsay opens up about the life-changing incident where she was shot three times while on duty. Lindsay discusses the physical and emotional challenges she faced during her recovery, her return to a normal life, and her work in supporting other officers who have faced similar traumatic experiences. Show Notes: [0:00] Welcome back to Zone 7 with Crime Scene Investigator, Sheryl McCollum. [0:45] Investigator Sherry Elizabeth Lyons-Williams [1:55] Sheryl introduces guest and former police officer, Lindsay Long to the listeners [4:00] Lindsay discusses the challenges faced in law enforcement [11:30] “Husband-appropriate conversations about work” [15:00] Question: Let's talk about the day of the shooting. Can you describe that day? [19:20] The moment Lindsay was shot [22:30] Recounts trying to re-engage after being shot multiple times [26:40] “But, I will say this. I was very grateful for the time of day, the day of the week, and the location time of day was a Monday.” [27:30] Surviving the Survivor [28:50] On faith and finding community [35:00] Learns to fall back on purpose after plans unravel [40:40] “I can easily be using my shooting and other experiences as an excuse not to be doing certain things, but that only harms me.” [46:05] “Unfortunately, during the most difficult times, you'll probably find your calling. When that time comes, don't fight it.” -A.A Thanks for listening to another episode! If you love the show and want to help grow the show, please head over to iTunes and leave a rating and review! How to Leave an Apple Podcast Review: First, Open the podcast app on your iPhone, Mac, or iPad. Then, hit the “Search” tab at the bottom right-hand corner of the page and search for Zone 7. Select the podcast, scroll down to find the subheading “Ratings & Reviews”. and select “Write a Review.” Next, select the number of stars you'd like to leave. Please choose 5 stars! Using the text box that says “Title,” write a title for your review. Then in the text box, write the review itself. The review can be up to 300 words long, but doesn't need to be much more than: “Love the show! Thanks!” or Once you're done select “Send” in the upper right-hand corner. --- Sheryl “Mac” McCollum is an Emmy Award winning CSI, a writer for CrimeOnLine, Forensic and Crime Scene Expert for Crime Stories with Nancy Grace, and a CSI for a metro Atlanta Police Department. She is the co-author of the textbook., Cold Case: Pathways to Justice. Sheryl is also the founder and director of the Cold Case Investigative Research Institute, a collaboration between universities and colleges that brings researchers, practitioners, students and the criminal justice community together to advance techniques in solving cold cases and assist families and law enforcement with solvability factors for unsolved homicides, missing persons, and kidnapping cases. You can connect and learn more about Sheryl's work by visiting the CCIRI website https://coldcasecrimes.org Social Links: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @ColdCaseTips Facebook: @sheryl.mccollum See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Locked On Cougars Podcast for Monday, November 20, 2023 The BYU Cougars are riding a four-game losing streak after a loss to the Oklahoma Sooners Saturday at LaVell Edwards Stadium on the campus of Brigham Young University and Jake Hatch says the BYU football program learned some tough, but necessary lessons in the loss Jake then explained what he learned from his film review of the game, including how Jake Retzlaff should benefit from his mistakes in the loss to OU and why Kalani Sitake, Aaron Roderick and the rest of BYU should stick with him as their starting quarterback moving forward Finally, 2024 prospect Blake Lowe announced his commitment to BYU Sunday and he looks like a solid piece to be part of the 2024 class while the BYU basketball and soccer programs had good weekends while the BYU cross country programs struggled at nationals Support Us By Supporting Our Locked On Podcast Network Sponsors! Birddogs - Today's episode is brought to you by Birddogs. Go to birddogs.com/lockedoncollege and they'll throw in a free custom birddogs Yeti-style tumbler with every order eBay Motors - For parts that fit, head to eBay Motors and look for the green check. Stay in the game with eBay Guaranteed Fit. eBay Motors dot com. Let's ride. eBay Guaranteed Fit only available to US customers. Eligible items only. Exclusions apply Gametime - Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code LOCKEDONCOLLEGE for $20 off your first purchase BetterHelp - This episode of Locked On Cougars is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/LockedOnCollege get on your way to being your best self FanDuel - Make Every Moment More. Don't miss the chance to get your No Sweat First Bet up to ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS in Bonus Bets when you go FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Follow the Locked On Cougars podcast on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to stay up-to-date with the latest with regards to the podcast and BYU sports news. Please remember to subscribe, enable notifications, rate and review the show. If you are interested in advertising with Locked On Cougars or the Locked On Podcast Network, please email us at LockedOnBYU@gmail.com or contact us here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode of Start, Sit, Cut, Knox and Jason discuss the weekend that was! Thank you for listening and please leave us a 5 star rating and let us know your takes on X and Instagram! https://twitter.com/OUAchievers https://www.instagram.com/overunderachievers/ Let's be very clear, everything written below this was produced by AI about this episode, enjoy! AI... BEGIN: The hosts discuss various topics including Bobby Saleh's beard and the drama surrounding Aaron Rodgers' injury. They also talk about the F1 race in Las Vegas, including an incident with a manhole cover and different trophies for each race. Max is described as a dominant competitor with an unlikable attitude, similar to Patrick Mahomes. Toto Wolf is mentioned as an authority figure in the sport. The speaker discusses their previous predictions about the Bengals' season and Joe Burrow's injury. They also talk about successful bets they made, including one on the Tennessee vs Georgia game. They admit to making a mistake by betting on Auburn and express their disappointment. The speaker then shifts gears to discuss the NBA tournament and suggests that MLB should implement something similar with special designs on the field. However, there is some confusion about the specifics of the in-season tournament. They suggest coming up with a phrase or sound bite for when someone wants to be mansplained. They mention the success of selling a Staples button and propose a similar product with a lumberjack sound for mansplaining. There is discussion about an incident at the Las Vegas Grand Prix where Jordan Travis's leg snapped and ABC accidentally aired footage of it. The conversation moves on to discussing injuries in football and banning certain types of tackles. The speaker criticizes the Carolina Panthers' performance and their trade for Bryce Young while comparing them unfavorably to the Bears. The Dunbar number suggests that humans are wired to have only 150 relationships. Social media overload can lead to anxiety and other issues. The speaker struggles with watching multiple football games at once, finding it overwhelming. They prefer Red Zone over quad box viewing. Red Box is mentioned as a dated concept, prompting the idea of sponsorship for the podcast. There are concerns about the Michigan Wolverines' recent performance, especially in light of an expedient NCAA investigation. The speaker discusses their strategy for watching multiple games on different screens and expresses nervousness about an upcoming Ohio State game. There is skepticism about putting Michigan in the playoffs if they lose to Ohio State, while Washington's impressive run is acknowledged as potentially deserving recognition. The speaker appreciates someone explaining something to them and admits they were wrong. There is a mention of James Madison and their loss, with admiration for the sign work in the crowd. The speaker concludes the edition of Over Under Achievers and mentions that they will be back later. They sign off as Knox and Jason. The speaker is starting a mini episode. They mention something similar to the moon landing. There is a discussion about math. They mention someone named Carlos. The speaker talks about an eight-minute action on the first day. They mention three things. The speaker expresses excitement about something. There is a question about how something was incorporated. The speaker wants to learn about someone. They mention something about Thanksgiving week. They discuss going through the motions of everyday existence. There is a mention of unintentional dramatics. Someone talks about getting points. The speaker talks about getting into specifics. There is a mention of an explosion. The speaker talks about accountability. They mention trying something new. The speaker wants to be honest about something. They mention an audio clip. There is a mention of a kid and their well-being. The speaker mentions a rant about tackling properly. They discuss a four-box. There is a mention of a safe mansplain noise. The speaker talks about being wired to handle something. They discuss audio and video. There is a mention of a word of the day. The speaker mentions a plan for the future. They discuss a move they do now. There is a mention of a line going down. The speaker talks about a delightful lunch. They mention signs and a resume. There is a mention of not knowing the schedule. The speaker mentions a resume again. They express confusion about something. The speaker mentions liking something. There is a mention of saying something. The transcript ends abruptly.The transcript ends abruptly.
Do you know why young children can't work? Join Billy and the Lingokids gang in an educational exploration of World Children's Day. Celebrate this significant day on November 20th by discovering the importance of children's rights worldwide.☀️ Parents, Inside the Lingokids app, we have 1,200+ fun, interactive activities, games, songs, and videos to help kids learn academics and modern life skills in today's world. It's free to try.
Discover how Enpal's solar and backup systems can meet all of your solar needs. John Maytham speaks to Enpal South Africa's Managing Director Erik Buschbaum about how South Africans can navigate loadshedding while having a high-quality residential solar solution. Enpal South Africa is also offering an extra two-year guarantee to CapeTalk listeners. Find out more here: https://enpal.co.za/capetalkSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this week's episode of 90 Day Fiancé: Season 10 Episode 6: Jasmine meets Gino's family, Clayton's mom (aka closet mom) learns 1 Spanish phrase, Sophie doesn't know what to do about Ro the knob, Nikki meets Justin Igor's friends, and Ashley & Manuel go to therapy.https://www.youtube.com/@mythotshttps://www.patreon.com/mythots
Everything in our lives, from our relationships down to the cells of our hearts, is a process of combining. Things connect to other things to form relationships that create more than the sum of their parts, and in this way the world emerges. As Nora Bateson puts it in her new book, Combining, nothing we see is ‘just that and nothing more.' This piece is a combination of words and sound, as I recently recorded a conversation with Bateson, which you can find as an audio podcast above, or on Apple Podcasts and most other podcast platforms. Nora is one of the leading voices in the world of systems change, or what she prefers to call ‘systems learning,' and Combining is a bracing blend of complexity theory, poetry, mythos and ecology which I've been enjoying it immensely. Bateson is also a faculty member on my upcoming course New Ways of Knowing, and as well as Combining and wider questions around how we can influence the systems we're part of, we also talk about the experiential process of ‘trans-contextual knowing' she'll be guiding in her session. Below, I've also included a couple of updates, a thank you on the first anniversary of this Substack, and a new guided insight practice for paid subscribers.News and Updates This is the first audio-only piece I've released on here, and it was refreshing to return to this format after an extended break. I enjoyed our conversation so much I plan to release more like this in the future, alongside my regular features, essays and reading lists. Coming up next week is a conversation with poet and author Sophie Strand exploring how myth and poetry can help us make sense of complexity. Sophie is another faculty member on New Ways of Knowing, and as well as standalone pieces, these conversations have been inspiring and influencing how I develop the course.In other news, last week I recorded a live Street Epistemology session with Peter Boghossian. Boghossian is one of the authors of How to Have Impossible Conversations, an academic and author focused on finding ways to bridge culture war divides through new forms of dialogue. As this is a key focus of mine too, it was a joy to dialogue and inquire together. If you haven't heard of the Street Epistemology methodology and are interested in new conversations that move beyond cultural stuckness, I'd highly recommend checking out this video and the wider Street Epistemology scene. One Year of The Bigger Picture I wanted to take this opportunity to say a big thank you to everyone for reading this Substack. November 5th marked one year of The Bigger Picture, and in that time I've written 35 features and articles, with over 750,000 views and close to 30,000 subscribers. Transitioning from Rebel Wisdom a year ago was intense, scary and exciting, and I'm massively grateful for all your continued engagement and interest in my work. It's nearing six months since my book The Bigger Picture was published, and I'm also grateful that so many of you have bought and reviewed it so favourably; the Audible version is currently ranked #2 in the Science & Philosophy category which feels wonderful and mind-boggling. A very special thanks to paying subscribers: without you this Substack wouldn't be possible. Your support provides me with a regular income and helps me buy essential kit, like the new microphone I used to record my interview with Nora. For paid subscribers this week, I have an updated and improved Sovereignty Meditation. This is a meditation I've been developing over the last five years that draws on cognitive science and the wisdom traditions to combine breathwork, concentration, contemplation and journaling into a single practice. It's one I use personally during intense times, whether that's dealing with the complexity of life and culture, or preparing for a psychedelic experience. You can also find my video content and other updates on my Instagram, and I'll be sharing more about my new fiction project and putting a call out for guest writers in the near future. Thanks again for engaging with my work; I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoy writing it. It seems I can't publish this piece with a paywall and a podcast, Substack wants it to be one or the other - so I've changed it and now everyone has access to the paid member meditation Hi everyone, you can find the new Sovereignty Meditation below. As I mention in the audio, the intention of the guide is to help you learn each step of the meditation (Breathwork, Concentration, Mindfulness and Journalling) and then create your own version of it. I use this almost every day and it was inspired in part by John Vervaeke's work around building ‘an ecology of practices'. Download the Sovereignty Meditation hereThe different practices that make up this meditation are by no means extensive, but I've found them to provide a good spectrum of ‘zooming in' and ‘zooming out' that give me a more ‘optimal grip' on myself and the world. I hope you enjoy it - if you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask in the comments. Get full access to The Bigger Picture at beiner.substack.com/subscribe
In this episode, Bill Letson, a retired fire captain and forester of 35 years, shares the near-death experience he had back in 1994 after contracting the flu. His NDE took him on a trip through the afterlife, where he was shown amazing truths about life on earth and death. This powerful experience changed him forever! NEVILLE GODDARD ONLINE COURSE: Law of Assumption Mastery PRIVATE 1:1 COACHING W/ JOSH: https://joshuatongol.com/coaching/ SUPPORT THIS PODCAST TO HELP KEEP IT RUNNING! • Please Support This Podcast by Making a Donation (any amount helps!)
Today's quote: “Therapy should have open houses like elementary school so my therapist can meet everyone I talk about” - @steadfastcounseling Inspired by Annie Downs, “That Sounds Fun”, Amy & Kat talk about making a list of things that sound fun to you during the stressful holiday season (rather than just focusing on the things that sound like a drag on your to do list). Ideas include: Grabbing your favorite coffee drink Baking chocolate chip cookies Hiking in the woods Reading a good book Singing carpool karaoke Have a game night Curling up by a fire Learning something new What sounds fun to you?? Make a list! Amy & Kat have fun playing The Toast's “When You Know The Words To The Song” Game Other topics discussed: Cooking for the holidays (links to Amy's fav recipes below!) Apple TV's “Lessons in Chemistry” (spoiler alert!) and other shows that remind us of the double standards women used to face Do you feel stressed when trying to verify you're not a robot?? Amy's picture frame TV doesn't actually have a frame… Amy bought Kat something inappropriate for her Bachelorette party on Etsy PTL = Praise the Lord Amy's Recipes: Alabama Mac & Cheese Cinnamon Rolls & Sausage Gravy Sweet & Salty Grilled Cheese Bonus quotes: “The future is going to be crazy” “Today I completed a chore that I've been putting off for 6 months. It took 15 minutes. I will learn nothing from this” “I love the concept of being somebody's peace, but unfortunately I'm insane” If you're looking for gifts for the holidays that can be fun & help with gratitude & perspective- grab a 4 Things Gratitude Journal at 4Things.com (100% proceeds go to education in Haiti via Project Medishare). Email us: 4ThingsWithAmyBrown@gmail.com Have the day you need to have!! HOSTS:Amy Brown // RadioAmy.com // @RadioAmy Kat Defatta // @Kat.Defatta // @YouNeedTherapyPodcast // YouNeedTherapyPodcast.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Welcome to the first episode of The Bardcast: an exciting new programme on Radio Maria with modern-day bard Sarah de Nordwall. Each week Sarah will demonstrate the penetrating power of poetry to speak truth and rekindle childlike wonder. A theme and a prompt will be given, and then it's your turn to write and send in your creations which may even be read in the following episode. For this first episode, Narcissus Learns to Swim, Sarah shows how a painting might guide us into writing an intriging poem. Share The Bardcast with your friends and send your submissions to email@example.com. The Bardcast airs on Radio Maria England every Sunday at 3:15pm after the Divine Mercy Chaplet and Tuesdays at 1:30pm. You can tune in and listen on Digital Radio in London, Cambridge and Bristol or anywhere on your mobile or smart device. Visit www.RadioMariaEngland.uk or download the RadioMariaPlay App. To find out more about Sarah de Nordwall, the Bard and her Bard School visit www.SarahdeNordwall.com.
Today, we're featuring an episode from the podcast Sing For Science, where musicians talk to scientists about science as it connects to their most famous songs. In this episode, recorded live at the 2022 On Air Fest in Brooklyn, NY, rapper Kilo Kish and NYU neuroscientist Dr. Wendy Suzuki talk about Kish's song “NEW TRICKS: ART, AESTHETICS, AND MONEY” and how it overlaps with brain plasticity, memory formation, and brain anatomy.Universe of Art is hosted and produced by D. Peterschmidt, who also wrote the music. Our show art was illustrated by Abelle Hayford. Support for Science Friday's science and arts coverage comes from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Do you have an idea for a future episode of Universe of Art? Send us an email or a voice memo to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Darren chats to Director of Lifelong Learning, Mike Finn this week as we get to grips with the first of three pillars Everton in the Community is launching as part of Trinity Project. As well as delving into the Learns pillar, we also hear from a participant, Evie on how Everton in the Community is inspiring her to become an actor, whilst goalkeeper Joao Virginia speaks to us after experiencing our Digital Skills Lab.
Dave meets Daryl Conner, a change consultant who, for many decades, has performed at the epicenter of organizational strategic decision-making, learning with his clients at the point of change execution. While his global firm serves enterprises across the spectrum, Daryl advises international NGOs addressing "changes that matter."
Subscribe to our new YouTube channel here Welcome to the Draft FC Podcast - the companion show to Draft FC - focussing on the official FPL draft game. This week we're looking ahead to the Premier League weekend with our gameweek 12 waiver preview. Follow and contact us on twitter: https://twitter.com/draft_fc for all the latest goings on or email email@example.com for enquiries. Make sure you check out https://www.draftfc.co.uk where you can sign-up for our complete rankings, personalised team stats, league performance and global waiver trends - analytics you won't find anywhere else!
We get it — when it comes to your practice's IT, it can all get a little confusing. That's where Darkhorse comes in. With a laser focus on serving dental practices of all shapes and sizes, they are here to roll up their sleeves and tackle your IT needs, no matter how complex. Our listeners get their first 30 days FREE, so start your journey with Darkhorse today: https://thedentalmarketer.lpages.co/darkhorse-deal/Guest: Brady FrankBusiness Name: Freedom Dental PartnersCheck out Brady's Media:Website: https://freedomdentalpartners.com/Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgDr. Frank's Book DDSO Strategies: https://www.ddsostrategiesbook.com/ddso-bookDr. Frank's Free Real Estate Valuation: https://freedomdentalpartners.com/reOther Mentions and Links:Marquette UniversityRick WorkmanHeartland DentalPacific Dental ServicesAspen DentalREIT - Real Estate Investment TrustRick KushnerComfort DentalT. Harv EkerEscrowRE/MAXBlockbusterFixer Upper - Chip and Joanna GainesBRRRR (Buy, Rehab, Rent, Refinance, Repeat)Bank of AmericaCostcoHost: Michael AriasWebsite: The Dental Marketer Join my newsletter: https://thedentalmarketer.lpages.co/newsletter/Join this podcast's Facebook Group: The Dental Marketer SocietyMy Key Takeaways:Why is it best to partner with other dentists and entrepreneurs?What makes a practice ready to sell at a profit?What is the current landscape of real estate and how does this affect the dental industry?How to maximize your ROI when purchasing a practice space.How to get into the cost to benefit mindset and spot a good deal.Please don't forget to share with us on Instagram when you are listening to the podcast AND if you are really wanting to show us love, then please leave a 5 star review on iTunes! [Click here to leave a review on iTunes]p.s. Some links are affiliate links, which means that if you choose to make a purchase, I will earn a commission. This commission comes at no additional cost to you. Please understand that we have experience with these products/ company, and I recommend them because they are helpful and useful, not because of the small commissions we make if you decide to buy something. Please do not spend any money unless you feel you need them or that they will help you with your goals.Episode Transcript (Auto-Generated - Please Excuse Errors)Michael: This is the dental marketer the podcast where we teach you how to effectively market and grow your dental practice My name is michael arias and my mission is to help you the practice owner attract new patients immediately And effectively market and grow your business so you can become the go to dental practice in your community Now, what is one of the best ways to grow wealth in the dental industry?Well, The answer, my friends, may surprise you. And we've got just the expert to break it all down for us. We're sitting down with Dr. Brady Frank, a third generation dentist who has not only carved out a successful career in dentistry, but has also ventured into the world of entrepreneurship. Invention and thought leadership.Now, Brady's journey is one filled with hard earned wisdom and expertise in various facets of the dental industry. So in this episode, we'll be exploring some key points that could revolutionize your understanding of wealth growth in the dental field. So grab a notepad because you won't want to miss this.First up, what we're going to be talking about is why it's often best to partner with other dentists and entrepreneurs, and Brady will shed light. On the advantages of opportunities that come with collaboration. Next we'll explore what makes a dental practice ready to sell at a profit. Now this is vital information for anyone looking to maximize their returns in the industry.And then we'll delve into the current landscape of real estate and how it affects the dental industry. Real estate is a crucial component of any dental practice and understanding the market dynamics. Is key. And then we're also going to learn how to maximize your return on investment when purchasing a practice space and Brady will share strategies to make your investment work smarter, not harder.And then finally, we'll discuss the cost to benefit mindset and how to spot a good deal in the dental industry. This financial perspective is essential for anyone aiming to achieve financial success. And Brady's extensive knowledge and experience in the dental industry, entrepreneurship, and real estate make him the perfect guide Through these topics.mean, He's not only a successful practitioner, but also a mentor and author, and he has co founded Freedom Dental Partners, a platform that brings his expertise to others. So if you're looking to grow your wealth, this episode is tailor made for you. And one critical question I wanted to ask you.What could your practice achieve if every technological aspect worked flawlessly? I mean, Have you ever thought about what your dental practice could achieve if tech headaches were a thing of the past? Well, sTick around for after the interview because I have something just for you. But for now, let's dive in with Dr.Brady Frank. Brady. How's it going? Brady: Doing great. Michael. So excited to be on your podcast now, Michael: man. We're excited to have you. If you can, give us a little bit of a rundown of your past, your present. How'd you get to where you are today?Brady: great question. I, uh, back in 1999, which means I'm an old guy, right? I, uh, I had a wrist injury in dental school. Um, they told me I wouldn't be able to practice dentistry. So I checked out a bunch of books at the Marquette Dental School Library, realized I'd probably have to own practices, but not practice in them to make a living and put two practices under contract as a senior in dental school, bought the building, Buildings and practices ended up owning seven practices in the first five years had 28 different associates and, um, made pretty much every mistake back in the early two thousands and really just got deeper and deeper into group practice than DSOs real estate ended up.having a bunch of patents in dental implants manufactured around the world and, uh, really had a big focus on implants through there and where I am today is really just helping dentist groups expand and kind of get to the next level in dentistry. Wow, man. Michael: So you did a lot. So then real quick, when it came to owning the practices and at the same time working with many associates and team members and everything like that, what were some of the If you can recall major mistakes that you felt like if only we did small pivots, it could have, could have made a huge Brady: difference.Yeah, so early on, um, I'd say the first decade of me owning group practices and other practices in real estate, I'll get my mistakes on the practice side and on the real estate side. On the practice side, I didn't create alignment. Or shared ownership or partnership or whatever we want to call it with the doctors in the practice.I just had them as associates or employees. And so that was probably my biggest mistake early. I ended up selling those practices to the doctors, But I could have created much larger groups with shared interests, with shared equity. And I just didn't understand that back then. Uh, my biggest mistake in real estate was.Probably just not buying enough real estate. I buy tons of real estate. Now I'm, I got 62 properties going to closing. the founder of Heartland, uh, Rick Workman, he's made billions of dollars on his DSO, but more billions on real estate and 80 percent less time with 80 percent less effort, Pacific dental services, they won't sell to private equity right now.Because they're doing so well in real estate. Aspen, another big BSO, they develop almost all of their own buildings, and then they sell them to REITs, and that's how they capitalize their growth. Rick Kushner, of Comfort Dental, was at a meeting at Marquette Dental School, my alma mater, and my friend organized it, and he said, he said, Rick, why, you've got, you know, 400 partners, all these locations, why are you still doing this?He said there's a secret, it's about real estate. So I didn't really leverage real estate to the full extent my first decade, but this last decade I've, made more money in real estate than group practices and I've done a, been very well with group practices. So that's where most of my teaching is and that's where I share on how to really crank it out with real estate and not make the mistakes that I did my first decade in Michael: it.Gotcha. Okay. So then real estate is primarily what you're teaching right now. Brady: So I would say my primary teaching is how dentists can expand like I did using real estate profits. To fund their expansion. Don't go to banks, don't get in debt. Go. Don't go to private equity. Mm-Hmm Use real estate profits to fund your expansion.So I mainly teach that, but what I also do is take doctors who have done very well and I clump them together. in dentist owned DSOs. In fact, I wrote a book about it, The DSO Strategy, Dentist Owned DSO Strategies. And I might just kind of look back a graph. I'll pull the page out, make it easier. This is kind of groups getting together.Forming one entity and getting a much higher multiple of sale. So I basically helped docs early, early, our team, I should say, uh, helps docs early phase growth, use real estate to fund their expansion. And then once they've gotten to a certain size. 368 12 locations, how to merge with other successful dentists and get a much higher valuation and then make a bunch of money and do it all over again, basically, and own a bunch of real estate through the process.So that's kind of my main thing is teaching on DSOs, MSOs, and then how that works with real estate and how it fits in with expansion. The reason 80 percent of my teaching is there is because real estate is actually really a simple investment. and so just a lot of my teaching is on the other stuff.And then the real estate kind of becomes the bedrock or the foundation of all the other components. Michael: can you give us like right now, like a step by step system or process on how to use real estate profits? Brady: Yeah. So going back to my mistakes early on, I would buy a building, a dental building. I would hold it for anywhere from three to 10 years and then I would sell it.During that time period that I held it, I had cash flow. And when I sold it, I got a big chunk of money. And someone said something, Canadian entrepreneur who did really well. His name's T Harv Ecker. And he said this in one of his seminars. Um, I've never made as much money operating a business. As I have selling a business and he said, same with real estate.And at that time I realized the longer I held on to a piece of real estate the more time I had into it. The more I had to manage that property, yes, I got monthly cash flow. But at the end of the day, you have to, as a dentist, you're at the top tax bracket, you've got to pay full taxes on that money.So the timeframe with which I held properties that I bought, went from three to 10 years down to like two or three years. Because of capital gains, you have to hold it over here. But then it got down to like a year and now in many cases, it's down to three hours, like literally I'll put a property under contract, I'll find a buyer.I'll get it filled and I won't even close on it. I'll close it, but I'll own it for three hours that the buyer comes in, might put 20 million into the escrow company, pay off the seller with 5 million of it, have 20 million of profit. and one of my mistakes was I did real estate alone without partnerships early on when you do big projects, you need partners, other people to go into the building with their businesses, and then we share the profits.so I would say that I used to do things. Solo, like I can do this. I'm entrepreneur. I can employ the dentist, right? I'll be the guy and I used to have kind of I didn't think so, but other people thought that I thought I was always right like 20 years ago But maybe looking back I did feel like I was right and I had to follow my face a few times to realize Oh, man, there's so many people smarter than I am.Let me be mentored by some of these billionaires who've done really well And since that time, I've done a lot more partnerships, a lot more collaborative work, and you know, I try to always believe, hey, if this is the amount of knowledge out there, hey, Brady, you're right here. So don't think of yourself as someone with all the answers.Realize that you're going to learn from each person that, that is an expert in that subject matter. And so, with real estate. I've focused less on buy and hold, more on flipping it, just like the big, the biggest, most successful DSOs and healthcare groups do. And then I have not, I've decided to do it in partnership with others, uh, rather than just trying to do it myself.So much more leverage with other people's time, other people's money, other people's Business growth. so that's where I am today is mainly doing collaborative work, partnering with a lot of different doctors, hundreds of them. and really, I'm adding value to others, helping them not go through the mistakes.I have and both real estate and growing groups too. Michael: Got, okay. So then if we wanted to right now use real estate profits, what are the first steps? Let's just say right now, okay. You know what? I do wanna do this. I do want to do that flip that you mentioned, or you know what I mean? I'm looking to acquire another practice, but I don't know if I should just expand it and keep it, or.What are the steps for Brady: this? Yeah. Um, there's kind of two categories of real estate. One category you already own it and you're figuring out what, what's, what's the best thing I can do with this asset, buy and hold it, sell it and get it, get a bunch of liquidity, pay off a bunch of my debt and then also real estate that you don't own yet.I'll go over both of those, really quickly. the first one with real estate that you do own, you would be like me, 10 years ago, buying it, holding it, getting some cash flow, paying on your debts. Right. And then having this big payday someday, whenever you sell it, I realized that entrepreneurs, which I think most of the people listening to this are are going to do a lot better.reducing their debt, getting a bunch of cash in their bank and doing more stuff than playing the 10 year game with that, real estate. So if you own a piece of real estate, I encourage you. And if you want, I can, um, even give a link to a software that shows you how much the value of your current property is.Yeah. I would encourage you to, to, look at what would life look like if I sold some or all of my real estate, what would I do with that cash? What would life look like with less debt and could I expand my practice or practices, um, in my main business? So, so that's number one. Number two is for those that also are like, Hey, I own real estate.I like it. I'd love to see what that looks like. If I had a liquidity event there, paid off debt, you know, use that to buy more locations. But I'd also like to know, all right, Brady, what does it look like? Buying real estate for the sole purpose of having a massive game, right? And so here's the strategy with that and we can come back into that later and I saw you nod your head I can I can do a qr code I'll hold it up in front of the screen or we can put it in the in the chat and you'll you can plug your Building information.It'll spit out of value. It's pretty awesome software. so the other component is, Hey, I don't own real estate. how do you make the most in real estate? So most dentists think that if I build a dental building and sell it, Hey, I built it starting to make a profit right now because of inflation, it costs on average 420 bucks a foot to build a dental building with the land and everything.420 bucks a foot. The buildings that I buy, I never pay over a hundred dollars a foot. Never. It's 30 bucks to 80 bucks a foot. and they call that, that's way below replacement cost. Meaning, if you were to build that today, it cost you 400 percent more. So here is why we're able to do that.The office and retail markets of real estate Started going down because there were more vacancies because e commerce Amazon went out there and no one, you know what I mean? People weren't buying designer jeans. So that affected then COVID hit and a lot of businesses went virtual. Another big hit to the commercial real estate markets.And now we've got AI that is supposed to replace 62 percent of task related jobs within three to five years, which means more of a hit to real estate. interest rates are higher now. So whenever interest rates go up, real estate market goes down. The only shining light in real estate right now is the healthcare real estate market.Anything backed with a dental lease or a healthcare lease. that real estate is skyrocketing. Office and retail is going way down. And that arbitrage is where we're playing. So we buy a building that's vacant, without any tenants. Dirt cheap. You move your business into there, just like Aspen does, or Heartland, or one of the others.Once you move your business into there, the building is now occupied. Okay. And, um, the software that I'll share, it actually picks out all these vacant buildings that you can choose from around America. Is that crazy? Yeah, that is cool. Yeah. So, so basically you could, and it matches it up. It's the AI component isn't complete yet, but the AI component watching match your, what you plug in to the buildings that are available.through 20 different databases of buildings, right? So it picks all these on loop net with a remax, all these, and it finds all those buildings, even the ones that are off market at auctions. Okay. So then you're, so then you make an offer on that building and an ideal world, it would already have a build out that is actually fits a dental practice.Like I did a, I bought a med spa for five 75, put a 15 operatory in there. Sold the building for 2. 4 million, like a year or two later. And that practice was a DeNovo, a startup. It did 503, 000 the first month. Cause I used partner dentists. And one month later I bought a strip mall, vacant strip mall and had a blockbuster in there that was gone.If you remember blockbuster. Yeah. Yeah. Blockbuster gone. Right. it had a blimpy sobs gone and some drive through coffee thing. And it was near a hospital. It had an oral surgeon near it, an endodontist. I bought it for 330 grand 10, 000 square feet. The seller was a physician because there was a hospital nearby.He said, I'll sell it to you. But only if you give me 10 percent down, cause I want the cashflow on the 330 grand. So I put 33 grand into it and then the rest was seller financing. And I sold that about two years later for just a little over 2. 4 million. Right. That was a thousand percent return and the tenants paid for their build outs in there.Right. so those buildings, those vacant buildings, that massive arbitrage of profit, that is what you can use to expand your business. So in that group that I owned in Southern Oregon grew from zero to eight million in less than four years. The group ended up having an eight figure exit with the DSO. And I grew that based on profits from real estate. Not only did I pay cash for everything. equipment, any build out stuff, but I actually had millions of dollars left over just on that arbitrage, buying real estate really low and selling it at market value, which happens to be really high compared to what you buy it for.So the key is, is this, Michael, Buying buildings dirt cheap that are perfect for dental practices or other health care and then occupying them with a practice, your new practice, a de novo, or moving an acquisition into there, like a merger from a three op guy into there. And then once you are occupying that building.The lease rate is what dictates the value. And then there's a whole world of buyers out there who buy real estate based on cashflow. Very easy to sell these for market value, but here's the deal. Nobody wants a vacant building. So owner users like us, Dennis are in a powerful position to occupy the building that we buy.And then basically flip that building, realize the profits. And, and, and the main point is the less and less time that you own the building from 10 years, all the way down to three hours, the greater your returns on an hourly rate, right? Meaning that profit explodes when you sell it.If you wait 10 years to sell it, you amortize your profit when you sell it all the way back over 10 years, incrementally per hour, your profit on that property is very low. Whereas if you buy a property and sell it a year later, right? Incrementally every hour you've owned that property is monetized based on the sale price.so that is in general kind of what I've done with real estate and we're in a great time right now. So much vacant dirt cheap real estate and so much opportunity. dentistry is exploding. Great opportunity for groups to expand and use real estate as their tool. Okay. Michael: Interesting. So how, I guess through all that, how easy is it to occupy one of these vacant buildings?Brady: So in some buildings, are very, set up for dental. Like that med spa that I bought and put 15 ops in it. Yeah, they had massage rooms. I just dropped dental chairs in each room. Very, very inexpensive. They had a waiting room already. It was gorgeous facility. very low, low, low costs for build out.The, um, strip mall that I had bought at that time, which kind of started this process for me of DeNovo's and real estate. Um, was a big open space and blockbuster and that took an actual build out inside. So that cost 400, 500 grand now, uh, bought the building for three 30 sold it for 2. 4 million, right? So even after 400, 000 in a buildout, that's still close to 2 million in profit, still worth it.But basically the buildings that you choose that are better suited to fit dental, the less you'll spend on TIs and the more retained profits you'll have, which can go into your retirement account. Which can pay off student debt, which can go into buying more practices, right? And recycle that. so, yeah, there is a kind of an art to that and the software really, uh, kind of, uh.Dovetails into what existing buildups look like you can kind of see what those look like and all that good stuff Michael: gotcha, and so you bought the You started this process without getting a loan from the bank or anything like that to be like, hey I'm going to expand I want to do this you you did it from your own Brady: or yes so so what happened is that was this was in 2010, which is 13, 14 years ago that I started this de novo and real estate component.But before then I already sold a couple of groups, owned other real estate, sold it. So I was doing well. So I just self funded. I didn't use debt. I just bought these properties and then occupied them and added other tenants to them, the strip mall. I had a chiropractor and a blood lab. got it 100 percent occupied and sold it to a 1031 buyer.Um, so for those that are like, Hey, have to take on debt and do that. So we have a big family office network. So doctors don't have to come up with money on the front end. They can be a tenant partner. In these projects, right? our team at Freedom, uh, Dental Partners, we've got a team that just teaches how to do the stuff.in fact, several of the projects of the 62 buildings going to closing right now are, are just that. One guy is a guy named Kevin up in Chicago. I actually partnered on this building to buy it. we bought it for two million and we're selling it for five million, right? Just a little bit of time later It's got 20 000 square feet.It's got a total of 40 dental laboratories in it Yeah, it's got perio and oral surgery and He's putting a big implant practice there and we're kind of teaming up on that. so not like you have to pay dirt cheap for them. I mean, you can pay two million for a building and still make three million dollars on it.So, so we do a lot of those, those as well. Michael: Okay. And then how, right now, if someone wants to sell, what should they do? What's like your recommendation if they're like, okay, I'm looking to sell. They know the common most way to sell. Right. Yep. Yeah. What are your recommendations? Brady: Yeah. So first of all, I would kind of assess your building.what is the, the value look like? And, I don't know if a lot of folks watch yours via video or it's audio, but do you mind if I share my screen and I can kind of... Yeah, Michael: Yeah. And if anybody right now, if you're listening, uh, definitely go in the show notes below and watch the video version of, especially of this portion Brady: right now.Yeah. And I'll just kind of go with this. There it is. So I just spoke, I don't know if anyone gets dental economics. I'm sure you get that magazine. And, uh, I've written a bunch of articles in there and they invited me to speak again in, in Las Vegas and this QR code, Freedom Dental Partners forward slash RE. So if you can't see it, it's just freedom dental partners. com forward slash RE. basically you just plug in, uh, the data on your building and we've got a whole team that basically figures out what the value is based on a few important factors.And those factors are your lease rate or what your lease rate could be. Um, the ability to have a corporate guarantee on the building, and then we work with several multi billion dollar REITs that then basically are buying a lot of the properties we put together, and we know the value of that. So we can, we'll email you back the value, um, it doesn't cost you anything obviously for that, but it's another example of how dentists can partner together to get higher value, because the average value a dentist can receive from selling their building as part of a group of other dental buildings is about 35 percent higher.So if a building is worth 500 grand on its own with these other factors, you're making whatever that is. So So that's that I'll unshare right now, but happy for anyone to use that resource and we had a bunch of people use that at the dental economics event and get back their values on their buildings and how that all works and with an explanation.But anyway, yeah, so that's that's Michael for those that already own their building that want to, you know, have some profit event from the real estate they own. But the biggest, I will say, the biggest profits are in taking these buildings, finding, you know, the ones that are easily, moved into a dental practice component, and then being able to turn those buildings, have a profit, and operate your dental practice there, and effectively expand without any debt and actually making money while you're expanding.Michael: Yeah. Okay. Okay. And I know, um, I guess, how do you know if a building is perfect? Because I think if you want something bad enough, you kind of can convince yourself like, this is perfect. But if Brady were to walk in there, you can tell us like, man, Michael, this is not perfect at all. This is, this is not a good building.So how can Brady: we tell? Yeah, yeah. So, so I look at it from, um, kind of an investment. Objective. If someone's going to do, let's say it's your second practice or your third or your 10th, you almost have to look up, look at it as a cost to benefit ratio. So I really don't look at any buildings or recommend any dentist look at a building unless they can make at least a half million dollars.if you can buy it and some of your costs are going to be X and you can still make a half million dollars. That's a great deal because now what you're doing is you're kind of getting your dental practice expansion going along for the ride But you're also being a real estate investor And and I think we all know that the majority of the world's wealth was gained or is held In real estate and and what we're doing here really is taking a undervalued asset class office and retail In our market today and just converting it to Basically healthcare, which dental fits in that mix, which is the most highly valued real estate right now.it's no different than I think Chip and Joanne Gaines that buy a house, fix it up and sell it for more. It's just a lot easier and more lucrative in this market right now because we can buy vacant buildings for such a low price. And sell them for such a high price. Michael: So this is kind of like, I've heard of this method.It's like the BRRR method, kind of like that BRRR method where you buy, right? Like rehab, refinance. Yeah, Brady: it totally is. So Michael, we should delve into that a little bit because I'm sure people don't know the acronym. Buy rehab, rent, refinance. So that's what it is. Now, here's the big cool part about it. Okay, we buy these vacant buildings, right? Rehab, well, you're gonna put your business in there or you might go with a bunch of other businesses and do it in partnership Which is some of my favorite way of doing it more profits than that offer.Okay, rent Your practice is gonna be renting it, right? Refi. Now there used to be a trend where, hey, I'll pull that money out and I'll just stack up my debt and keep getting more and more debt. and so I used to do that and I realized that the more debt that I had, The less I felt like I could go out there and pursue entrepreneurial stuff because I had a lot of debt.You know what I mean? Yeah. so the only difference is buy rehab rent and it's yourself as part of the tenant mix your, your own tenant. And then instead of refinancing, just selling, making a bunch of money, not having debt. And now you can focus on being productive, being an entrepreneur, and not kind of stacking up your debt as you go, even though refinancing is still a option in many cases.Michael: Yeah. Yeah, you're right. Okay. So yeah, it's buy, rehab, rent, refinance, and then repeat. Brady: Yeah. Yeah. and with these, this model. Absolutely. So, so the key is you need to know how to do a startup profitably. And with Freedom Dental Partners, we are launching a course very soon on how I just in Novos and grew from zero to 8 million.One was an acquisition, but three De Novos, zero to 8 million, no PPOs, believe it or not. Wow. How to, yeah. How for to market for that, how to add partners. How to get them off the ground, you know, most people say, Oh, you'll, you'll be profitable in two years. My first month on the second location did 503, 000 with 210 grand of profit, the first month, and that was that med spa.so I'm putting a program together that folks can follow a free program just to go over how that worked. then we got a done with you component where we can have our, four recruiters where you can recruit. a junior partner, who's gonna be there, how does the marketing tie in, you know, is there an implant bent to the practice, all that good stuff, but yeah, it, it, really.The de novo or startup fits in with the real estate strategy, unless you're going to merge an older docs practice into there. Um, but I found any money that you would have spent on that acquisition. If you just spend that on marketing and you know how many patients per dollar you're spending coming in is, and especially with your techniques, Michael, to have a team that's going to Costco and going to these bricks and mortar places around town doing lunch and It's an incredible way to build grassroots around that.And once you hit, once you at least break even on that, you know, if you follow the plan really well, you, you know, profit the first month, but let's say it takes you six months to break even. Great. Now you've got an incredible asset, you made money on the front end, and now you're going and doing another one of these things and you're literally growing without SBA loans. of America, right? Without needing to be backed by private equity. And when you do sell your group, now it's just all cash to you, right? You don't have to pay off debt and then have a profit. you're growing without debt. And, and I found you grow faster and you take more risks with your growth when you got money in the bank and you don't have debt.Then it's like, Oh, I can do this. Let's try this. Hey, it's no big deal if I try that. And, and those that have the freedom to try new things, And to get kind of aggressive in business, they're the ones that usually win because they're actually trying new things. hitting a single, a double, a homerun.Oh shoot, maybe they didn't do very well on this one, but it didn't affect them. So yeah. So anyway. Michael: No. Yeah. That's interesting. And then I think that's the tricky part there Brady. It's like, cause it sounds, I mean, to me at least it sounds easy, like, okay, let's be profitable. And then we can sell, right? But I feel like a lot of, um, especially like, you know, startups and acquisitions, they kind of get stuck in there where it's like, dude, it's been one year and I haven't even broken even yet.Like, you know what I mean? Kind of thing. Brady: Yeah. So here's kind of one of the secrets with this model. I marketed 30 grand a month, three months before I opened that location where we did 503, 000 the first month. most dentists put in their budget, like instead of 3 percent for marketing, I'll do 6 percent and it just never works.So you kind of have to do a marketing blitz to do it. I had 340 or so new patients that first month it was hundreds. And we did consults before opening it and treatment scheduled. So, so the key is you have to be able to do a massive marketing budget. And most people don't want to do that using debt, they're just backpedaling them, right? It's like, oh crap, I'm putting all this money into marketing. I don't know if the marketing is going to work. So with that, I had already done a real estate project before that made a bunch of money. And then I'm like, Oh, I've got several million in the bank.I don't mind dumping 30 grand in the marketing, right? From a variety of sources, radio, TV, postcards. You know, Google AdWords, Facebook ads, funnels, all that, even a local newspaper. And I went on radio and talked and did a little, I was on a radio talk show, they gave me the radio ads. So you kind of have to do anything and everything, and that creates this massive momentum where you get all this press coming in, right?And then the statistic ends up working out, which is, 80 percent of new patients that come into a practice, 80 percent of new patients, the internal referrals come from those that have been in the practice 12 months or less. So when you do external marketing, you're automatically building your internal referrals and people don't understand.They think, Oh, this 62 year old doc that's been in town for 30 years. He's getting all the referrals, right? Cause he's been there forever. Nope. He's getting four to six new patients a month. It's the new docs who are marketing heavy that are getting the internal referrals. Cause they're, they're bringing in fresh patients, right?And so you have to understand that external marketing begets what we all want, the internal referrals. And with a great campaign like what you do, Boots on the Ground, Lunch and Learns, that's huge because you're with folks, they're talking about it, you're in local businesses. So, so that is the key to market really heavily and, and do that.But, but when you do that, you know, you can, you can literally. take care of your financial future with just the real estate profits and grow a group Debt free. Michael: Gotcha, man. Okay, that's interesting. Good. That's good to know like kind of getting that momentum started right there. one of the final questions I wanted to ask is Right throughout everything you're kind of seeing and this is just to get into the head of someone who isn't totally involved on the clinical Side of dentistry, right?What do you dislike or hate about dentistry right now? Brady: I would say there's this kind of chasm between, private equity backed DSOs and then the rest of independent dentists and dentists getting together and, um, being funded. outside private equity. So private equity back DSOs. That simply means that some corporate body and institutional investor owns the majority of that entity, which means when it recaps what it sells, the majority of those profits Go to the private equity company or the institutional investor.Very little goes to the actual dentist doing the real work on the ground. On the other side of this equation are yes, individual dentists, but also dentist groups that are funded by their own debts, by their own sources of funding, like the real estate that we talked about. And it's kind of a battle right now.what I hate is that More dentists aren't doing enough research to understand that these big private equity backed groups are not investing in real estate. In 2016, they wrote something in a private equity journal that said don't invest in real estate, but the founders of those groups have formed exclusive arrangements.And they get to invest in all the real estate. They're making a killing billions of dollars. And all of these groups that kind of watch the big groups, they're saying, oh, we'll just lease. We won't own the real estate because they don't own it, but the founder is owning the real estate. So what I don't love is that there's not a ton of information being given out.over here with the huge groups that are private equity back. And there's a lot of dentists that aren't taking the time to research how that really works. And I think that's my goal is to, yes, certainly show a couple decades of failures and successes, but to also show, cause I've, I've looked deeply inside the innards of all these DSOs.I've helped a lot of them and consulted a lot of them and worked with the main attorney group who set them up. so I think what I don't love is that chasm between the two. And I think the individual dentists, the business folks that are working with dentists, those groups that are watching the big DSOs and emulating them and just leasing space, not realizing there's a huge real estate play there.and those that don't realize, Hey, we can clump together like at Freedom Dental Partners and have a big group with a big liquidity event and benefit our futures. you know, financially, just like the big boys do. I think it's that chasm that I hate the most. And that's I think what I'm here to do is educate, show how they're doing it and then interpret how that works and make it easy so that Dennis can flourish just like those big groups.And then I think what's gonna happen is if here's the big groups and here's Dennis and smaller It's going to equalize out because now we're using all the secret tools, techniques and protocols that they are. We leveled the playing field and we actually maybe even have an edge on our side, especially with kind of some of the real estate stuff we've talked about today.Michael: All right, man. Awesome. And then any final pieces of advice that you'd like to give to our listener? Brady: Um, I would say if you're young and you're just starting out your career and you did an acquisition or a startup, you're a business person involved with a small group, look at ways of collaborating more like, uh, you know, Freedom Dental Partners, we've got hundreds of dentists around the country who are building small groups together and getting involved, Google Freedom Dental Partners, see some of the deals we've done, some of the DSOs we've bought, we've bought a number of DSOs, and uh, just get involved and look for folks that are really, uh, kind of on the, on the forefront of doing this stuff, look for folks that are partnering with others, that are sharing, and uh, I would say just, look very closely at those that are banding together because those are the groups that are forging, ahead and really competing with each other.With the big boys. unfortunately it's not the one or two or three location groups that are kind of competing as the big boys. It's, it's those one, two or three location groups or 10 location groups that are banding together, creating a formidable force to elevate through partnerships that are, that are really making a difference out there today.Okay, man, Michael: that's good. So then if anyone had any questions or concerns, where can they find you? Brady: Yeah, just go to brady at freedom dental partners. com brady at freedom dental partners. com and I can I can get to where you need to go Michael: Awesome. So guys that's going to be in the show notes below. So definitely check it out And at the same time brady, thank you so much for being with us.It's been a pleasure and we'll hear from Brady: you soon Awesome, michael. Have a great one Michael: Thank you so much for tuning into that podcast. And Brady, thank you so much for being a part of the podcast. We really appreciate you coming on and sharing your wealth of knowledge. 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Have you ever had to go a different way because the road was blocked? You had to take a detour. God once led Saul on a “detour.” “The Lord . . . has sent me so that you may see again.” ACTS 9:17, NIV. God leads us to serve others.
This week on It's Happening: Joey's living like a squatter, Snooki's introduction to Six Feet Under, Mean Girls/Walmart reunion, celebrity Christmas lists, and more! Subscribe and Watch on YouTube This episode is sponsored by: Thrive Causemetics Connect with It's Happening: Instagram | TikTok | Snooki and Joey on Cameo
Martin Riedmiller is a Research Scientist and Team Lead of the Controls Team at Google DeepMind. His profound interest lies in intelligent machines capable of autonomous learning from scratch, focusing on neural networks as mathematical brain models. Throughout his journey, he has consistently pushed the boundaries of machine learning, from pioneering neural forecasting systems for self-driving cars to groundbreaking reinforcement learning algorithms. On The Menu: 1. Reinforcement Learning Core: How AI learns through trial-and-error with feedback. 2. DeepMind's Notable Projects: Atari project and teaching robots complex behaviors. 3. AI Challenges: Scaling software and team coordination hurdles persist. 4. Applications of Reinforcement Learning: Promising in controlling systems autonomously. 5. Ethical Considerations in AI: Precise goal-setting is vital to prevent unintended outcomes. 6. Future AI Trends: Exploring human intelligence, merging language models with controllers.
Happy Halloween, congregation! Today, i bring you the scariest thing I can think of: becoming a father! Jed is having a baby NEXT WEEK and he talks to the Desperados about what to expect. Enjoy! songs: all the ways by Interpol, Angel of death by manchester Orchestra firstname.lastname@example.org patreon.com/churchandotherdrugs storefrontier.com/churchandotherdrugs
Happy Halloween Cultings, today you're getting TWO episodes because we love you that much!Your co-host Ryan here hijacking the show notes. Today we have a Halloween special where I attempt to teach Ashley about vampire like creatures and exorcisms in the bible! She and Kristal were definitely here for it and I hope you are too. As always we have a lot of fun along the way. Enjoy!If you'd like to hear the rest of this episode, or any of the other 8 episodes where Ash learns about the Bible, or if you'd like access to 39 bonus episodes, 24 Patreon vault episodes, 7 Dexter's Conjectures (that's 78, and counting, episodes that are NOT available on the regular feed), and you'd like them all ad free, join our Patreon for as little as $5 a month!-We have super fun merch, go take a look!-We'd love to see you in our Discord, come hang out!-Research and audio editing by Ryan Pregent.-Sources:King James BibleThe Catholic BibleSefer HasidimThe Exorcist Files Eli Roth Presents: The Legion of ExorcistReMastered: Devil at the CrossroadsThe Exorcism of Roland DoeThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4523794/advertisement
This one gets off the rails quick and doesn't really make it back. In the middle there's football talk and real discussion about NFL, College Football, and Michigan's sign-stealing allegations. We'll just say don't listen to this one with the kids around.
Mark Lapka from McPherson County, SD joins Andrew Henderson and Trent Loos to discuss the true challenges to future of farming. In addition the contribution of the FFA members from the local area give great insight to us all.
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Gardner Minshew fumbles and interceptions must cease for the Colts to win! Shane Steichen has been excellent in putting the offense in positions to succeed and score. Pacers score and score and score to hammer the Wizards! NBA is going back to the all-star game format it never should have changed. IU projected as a 10-seed by Crazy Joe Lunardi! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hey Friends! Nicole has already bought tickets to Beyoncé's Renaissance Movie. Sasheer would love to see Beyoncé at The Sphere in Las Vegas. Nicole learns that U2 has a residency at the Sphere. Sasheer learns that they both love U2! Nicole watches a movie about a murderous tire. Sasheer learns that Disney is doing a live action version ofBambi. Nicole wonders why so many Disney adults aren't named after Disney characters. Nicole would name her potential future kid Bambi and Sasheer would name her potential future kid Jiminy. Nicole knows that pop rock singer Ashlee Simpson named her son Bronx Mowgli and she needs her to have a comeback. Sasheer thinks Ashlee Simpson should perform at the Sphere. Nicole wants Fefe Dobson's music to come back to the U.S. Sasheer and Nicole want a Fefe Dobson and Ashlee Simpson tour. After taking a Halloween themed quiz, Nicole and Sasheer answer friendship questions about keeping up with a new busy mom, catching up with a friend who bails last minute and getting over a friendship break up. This was recorded on October, 4th 2023. Sources: The Sphere - https://www.thespherevegas.com/shows/the-sphere-experience U2, “But I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For” - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3-5YC_oHjE Rubber - https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1612774/The Trailer - https://youtu.be/hVKgY1ilx0Y?si=8cFYEANVFoYhU3wU Fefe Dobson's “Bye Bye Boyfriend”- https://youtu.be/SWlWgFkQEUY?si=8nc06wYgMWPd2vUI Check out Sasheer's Comedy Special “First Woman” on 800 Pound Gorilla or for free on YouTube. https://800poundgorillamedia.com/products/sasheer-zamata-the-first-woman Here is the quiz we took: https://www.buzzfeed.com/heathertrudeau/halloween-costume-fall-meals-quiz Email or call Nicole & Sasheer with your friendship questions at:email@example.com
Leading Sydney Apprentice Zac Lloyd joined Racing Pulse live from the Cox Plate barrier draw to discuss his ride Militarize in the Cox Plate and how he was learning his way around the track in his first time around this morning.
A fun Brazilian folktale about a cheeky monkey who learns a lesson after playing one too many tricks on the other animals in the forest. An episode from Journey with Story a storytelling podcast for kids ages 4-10. (duration -9 minutes) If you want to check out Kathleen's latest story, Ned, the Knock-Kneed Knight, published in Cricket Magazine, about a cowardly knight who learns how to conquer his fears, you can read it to your little listener here If you would like to enjoy our weekly coloring sheets and other perks, subscribe to our patreon page here If your little listener wants to ask us a question or send us a drawing inspired by one of our episodes, send it to us at instagram@journeywithstory. Or you can contact us at www.journeywithstory.com. We love to hear from our listeners. If you enjoy our podcast, you can rate, review, and subscribe at here Did you know Kathleen is also a children's picture book author, you can find out more about her books at www.kathleenpelley.com
The disfunction on The Hill continues with Jim Jordan the latest GOP hopeful to get rejected for the Speakership by his own party. What will finally make them work with Democrats to re-open the government? Plus, Nancy Mace's weirdness could stem from a desire to be Trump's VP, DeSantis and Haley spar over U.S. policy towards refugees (and the difference between citizens and terrorists), and JVL and Tim debate who is better: Taylor Swift or Beyonce. This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/nextlevel and get on your way to being your best self. Watch the gang record this episode on The Bulwark's official YouTube channel here: https://youtu.be/DlPRYN-EoxM
While Mimi teaches Kiddo how to make a recipe for a party, she points out that this is just one of many traditions being passed down in their family. Kiddo learns that everything from Zee's tzedakah box to the family's stories, songs, and even table settings, are part of something much bigger. Whenever your children learn a family tradition, story, or recipe, that's l'dor v'dor, which is the Hebrew for "from generation to generation." To learn more, visit pjlibrary.org/values
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Aki was stressed throughout his freshman year, because although he was at a very good high school, he just felt like he didn't know how to stand out.He joined the Ivy League Challenge in order to figure out what to do. Listen to learn about how he let go of that stress and replaced it with confidence that his time and efforts could be spent focusing on things that aligned with his core values. He also shares his progress on his impact project, which aligns completely with his values. He feels like school is more enjoyable, and he is making himself far more competitive for selective college admissions as well.-----To register for the Ivy League Challenge, visit our website.To follow on Instagram: @TheIvyLeagueChallengeTo join us on our Facebook group for parents:Or schedule a meeting with Steve here
Jase reveals the impact of a skill he learned at Granny and Pa's knees. From card games to dominoes to church softball games, Jase has left tears and near-fights in his wake! Phil once played softball for the church league and used his NFL-caliber arm, to the awe of spectators. The guys camp out in Luke 15 to discuss the characters of three different parables and how each of us can identify with nearly every one of them in some way. Jase proposes that Jesus isn't a trash-talker, but he is a truth-talker. In this episode: Luke 15 https://samaritanministries.org/unashamed — Get a biblical & affordable approach to health care https://mymorningkick.com/unashamed — Get Chuck Norris' favorite supplements in one delicious daily drink. Chuck feels better at 83 than he has in years! https://philmerch.com — Get your “Unashamed” mugs, shirts, hats & hoodies! "The Blind" is in theaters now! Get your tickets: https://www.fathomevents.com/events/The-Blind — Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dr. Nicole Calakos is the Lincoln Financial Group Distinguished Professor of Neurobiology and Chief of the Movement Disorders section in Neurology at Duke University Medical Center. Research in Nicole's lab examines how the brain learns and adapts to experiences. She studies synaptic plasticity, from the levels of molecules, cells, cell circuits, and behaviors, to understand what goes wrong in disease and how we can harness brain processes to address disease. When she's not working, Nicole enjoys being outdoors, playing sports, running, going mountain biking, and participating in mountain bike races. Her favorite indoor activities include creative cooking and spending time with family and friends. Nicole was awarded her MD and PhD degrees from Stanford University. Afterwards, she completed an internship in Medicine and Residency in Neurology at the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine. She conducted postdoctoral research at Stanford University before joining the faculty at Duke University in 2005. Nicole has received numerous awards and honors in her career, including the 2023 Korsmeyer award from the American Society of Clinical Investigation and being named an elected Member of the U.S. National Academy of Medicine, a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and a Fellow of the American Society of Clinical Investigators. In our interview, Nicole shares more about her life and science.
If your prayer life is stale, weak, or even nonexistent, this message can help you understand what it means to pray like Jesus prayed.
Once a person becomes a Christian, there is no greater lesson to learn than how to pray.