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Latest podcast episodes about Louisiana State University

Expanding Reality
136 - Mike Ricksecker - Exploring our connected universe - Shadow Beings, Vortices & The Alaskan Triangle

Expanding Reality

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 55:55


Thank you for listening! Expand Your Experience and Check out the Video conversations, ExpandingRealityPodcast.com Mike Ricksecker is the author of the Amazon best-selling A Walk In The Shadows: A Complete Guide To Shadow People, eight historic paranormal books, and the esoteric tome Alaska's Mysterious Triangle. He has appeared on multiple television shows and programs as a paranormal historian, including Travel Channel's The Alaska Triangle, History Channel's Ancient Aliens, Discovery+'s Fright Club, Animal Planet's The Haunted, Bio Channel's My Ghost Story, and more. Mike also produces his own Internet supernatural-based shows on the Haunted Road Media YouTube channel, and is the producer and director of the docu-series, The Shadow Dimension, available on several streaming platforms. On Tuesday and Wednesday nights, he hosts The Edge of the Rabbit Hole livestream show and the Connecting the Universe interactive class, respectively. Haunted Road Media is also his own paranormal and supernatural book publishing and video production company representing a number of paranormal authors, winning the award for Excellent Media In The Paranormal Field at the 2019 Shockfest Film Festival. Mike's historic paranormal articles have been published in The Baltimore Sun, Paranormal Underground Magazine, and he previously wrote an Oklahoma City paranormal column for Examiner.com (2010 – 2014). His work has also been featured in The Oklahoman, The Frederick News Post, Marshall University's The Parthenon, and Louisiana State University's Civil War Book Review. He now hosts many of these articles along with informational videos and learning courses on the Connected Universe Portal website. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Mike is a U.S. Air Force veteran with a degree in simulation programming and is an avid baseball fan. MikeRicksecker.com YouTube.com/HauntedRoadMedia Instagram.com/Mikericksecker Facebook.com/MikeRickseckerOfficial Resource Links  Food Forest Abundance Start Your Own Podcast! Use THIS LINK for Amazon OPUS Expand Your Experience  ExpandingRealityPodcast.com Rokfin YouTube Shirts N Such Random Acts of Kindness Tik Tok Music By Vinny The Saint Bo Shaftnoski - Production Expert

Podcast – Evidence In Motion
Movers & Shakers I Leadership I Sharon Dunn

Podcast – Evidence In Motion

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 34:47


Join host Dr. Larry Benz, nationally recognized for his expertise in private practice physical therapy and occupational medicine alongside NEW co-hosts Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski. From Evidence In Motion, The Practice Leadership Podcast's Movers and Shakers Season will go straight to the source, asking the industry heavyweights about research, social media, what technology challenges lie ahead, their seasoned advice form the clinic floor, and where to take action in advocacy.   On the fourth episode of this season Larry Benz, Tim Reynolds and Bryan Guzski are joined by Sharon Dunn, PT, PhD, Board-Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist who was the American Physical Therapist Association President for two terms from June 2015 through December 2021. She is the dean of the school of Allied Health Professions and a professor of rehabilitation sciences at Louisiana State University in Shreveport. She has been on faculty at LSU Shreveport for more than 20 years, many different positions from chief physical therapist, instructor, program director of the DPT program and director of the Orthopedic Physical Therapy Residency, for which she was instrumental in developing and gaining accreditation.   They discuss who Sharon's physical therapy mentors were over the years, being a leader, preparing the next physical therapists' generation, how to get involved in the APTA, leveraging technology & more! Getting Involved Visit APTA Engage On this platform you can volunteer for Micro or Macro Volunteer opportunities. Every section and chapter have committees that needs willing and able participants. Sharon says, locally the best thing you can do is get engaged in your local elected officials' campaigns. More Links:Sharon Dunn - Twitter - @DunnSdunn2Larry Benz – Twitter@PhysicalTherapyTim Reynolds – Twitter -@ TimReynoldsDPTMovers & Mentors – Twitter - @MoversMentorsEvidence In Motion - Twitter@EIMTeam    Ad Info: Evidence In Motion is excited to be back in person and back to hands-on learning for the 2022 Align Conference. This year you can join an all-star lineup of speakers in Dallas, Texas, August 26 through the 28. The labs and lectures focus on sharpening the physical, hands-on treatments essential to patient care. Save 5% on registration as a practice Leadership Podcast listener. Visit alignconference.com and use the promo code PRACTICELEADERSHIP at checkout. 

waterloop
waterloop #144: Modeling the Mississippi River Delta

waterloop

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022


It took thousands of years for the Mississippi River to build the coastline of southern Louisiana and its vast network of wetlands and bayous. It only took several generations of people to disrupt the natural, land-building flow by controlling the river with concrete and levees. Now a state-of-the-art, 10,000 square foot physical model is used to plan restoration projects for the area, as discussed in this episode with Clint Willson, the Director of the Center for River Studies at Louisiana State University. Clint explains how the Mississippi River Delta model operates and the unique learning opportunities it provides to students, scientists, and resource managers.waterloop is a nonprofit media outlet. Visit waterloop.org

American Libraries Dewey Decibel Podcast
Episode 71: Setting Up for Self-Care

American Libraries Dewey Decibel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 41:52


In Episode 71 of Call Number with American Libraries, “Setting Up for Self-Care,” we celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month, observed each May. The importance of self-care has become clearer than ever in recent years, especially in the age of the pandemic. In this episode, we look at some of the ways library workers have taken care of themselves—and others—in stressful times. First, American Libraries Associate Editor and podcast Diana Panuncial speaks with Randa Lopez Morgan, programming and events librarian for Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, about LSU's Relaxation Room and how it has helped students decompress during finals week. Next, American Libraries Managing Editor Terra Dankowski interviews Rebecca Tolley, author of A Trauma-Informed Approach to Library Services (ALA Editions, 2020) and professor and librarian at East Tennessee State University in Johnson City. They discuss what it takes to be a trauma-informed library and how institutions can prioritize the well-being of patrons and employees. Finally, Phil Morehart, communications manager for the American Library Association, chats with Michelle Schaub, library media specialist for Monona (Wis.) Grove High School. Schaub, who is also a certified yoga teacher, was featured in the Bookend section of the March/April issue of American Libraries for implementing yoga classes and promoting mental wellness at her school. If you have feedback for the podcast team, send us an email or call us at 312-280-4218. You can also follow us on Twitter or SoundCloud and leave a review on iTunes.

Murhan anatomia
K7J6: Madame LaLaurie

Murhan anatomia

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 24:47


Kausi 7: Jakso 6 – Madame Delphine LaLaurie, New Orleansissa vaikuttanut nainen, jäi historiaan orjuudessa eläneen palvelusväkensä kiduttamisesta 1830-luvulla. Tapahtumien kulku jäi kuitenkin osittain hämärän peittoon, mutta varmaa on se, että LaLaurien kartanossa huhtikuun kymmenentenä päivänä vuonna 1834 paljastuivat taloon kätketyt salaisuudet.Huomioithan, että podcast ei sovi lapsille tai herkille kuulijoille.www.murhananatomia.fimusiikki: Niko Korteniemialkuperäinen teema: anonyymi muusikkoLähteet:Katy Frances Morlas; La madame et la mademoiselle: Creole Women in Louisiana, 1718-1865; B.A., Louisiana State University, 2003; May 2005https://medium.com/lessons-from-history/the-savage-mistress-mad-madame-lalaurie-b94ef9019f0ahttps://www.ozy.com/true-and-stories/the-louisiana-slaveowner-who-even-appalled-other-slaveowners/90051/https://web.archive.org/web/20101218031708/http://www.nola.com/lalaurie/archives/fire2.htmlhttps://www.historicmysteries.com/madame-lalaurie-female-serial-killer/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louisiana_Creole_peoplehttps://64parishes.org/entry/slavery-in-french-colonial-louisianahttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_slavery_in_Louisiana See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Next Stop Crazytown
YNS Live with NFL Thread PIVOT feat. Joe and Bri Barksdale

Next Stop Crazytown

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 66:14


Listen to a new episode of PIVOT, a show brought to you by YNS Live with NFL Thread recorded live on Fireside with hosts Juliet Hahn and Cynthia Zordich featuring special guests Joe and Bri Barksdale.   Singer, songwriter, and producer Joe Barksdale describes his musical path as beginning with “gospel, rap, soul, and R&B, the four major food groups for black, inner-city Detroit.” With a style fueled by an eclectic genre mix, influences included Jimi Hendrix, Marvin Gaye, Sly, and the Family Stone, Teddy Pendergrass, and Kanye West. His unique sound smoothly blends aspects from blues, soul, jazz, rock, and more, creating an immersive experience at once both upbeat and up-close-and-personal — a captivating world spreading a message of love and unity, harmoniously uniting people through music.   Joe's 2017 debut album, Butterflies, Rainbows & Moonbeams, was followed in rapid succession by Electric Soul (2019), produced by the legendary Narada Michael Walden, Sincerely (2020), R & B(eats) (2020), and most recently, 2021's The Kyber Tapes, an homage to his Star Wars Obsession.   A passion for engineering led Barksdale to the Detroit Area Pre-College Engineering Program at age 13. When that didn't work out, football was one of the few summer activity options available. All-American honors as a Cass Technical High School lineman led to scholarship offers, and acceptance of Louisiana State University's offer, enhanced by its engineering program. After starting on LSU's 2008 NCAA championship team, he played with the Raiders, Rams, Chargers, and Cardinals. Concluding an 8-year NFL run, Barksdale hung up his cleats in 2019 to pursue music full-time, settling in Austin, Texas with his wife Brionna and two young daughters. Depression, long-undiagnosed Autism Spectrum Disorder, and a childhood peppered with abuse, rejection, and neglect fed a strong inner critic clamoring to divert Barksdale from his goals. In his youth, football and music lessons fostered resilience, while therapy as an adult re-channeled his energies to focus on excellence. After the passing of Cass coach and mentor Charleston Fobbs in 2013, Rams coach Jeff Fisher encouraged rekindling his love for music as a creative outlet to cope with grief. Music became a voice previously missing from his life, with professional instruction fine-tuning his multiple gifts. Concurrently, he fosters awareness to tackle the stigma surrounding mental illness — including publicly sharing his own experience of 20+ years of silently suffering from depression and suicidal thoughts — to encourage others to seek help. Focused, driven, and competitive in all pursuits, Barksdale is committed to emerging as his generation's premier guitar player, eyeing Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction. Refusing constraint to a single creative outlet, he's an avid journaler and poet, and relishes his role as Tech Lord of the Sith, producing quick, irreverent product review videos. Simultaneously enamored with comedy — citing Bill Burr, Dave Chappelle, and Patrice O'Neal as primary influences — he includes the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor among future ambitious goals. A dedicated artisan defying singular categorization, Barksdale is confidently making his mark across a far-reaching creative galaxy, forcefully checking multiple boxes along his journey.   Animal addict, self-starter, espresso shot lover, entrepreneur, and relocation specialist. Brionna Barksdale likes to say she's in the sweet spot between productivity and creativity, and she uses those attributes to help craft solutions and experiences both virtually and in real life. As a wife and mother of four, two daughters, and two Dobermans Pinschers @aria_and_anikan - Brionna is the CEO/founder of Top-Tier Event Group. Brionna's latest association is joining The Pet Summit team as Operations Director. Although Brionna may not be a social media influencer, she inspires people every day by being authentic with everyone she encounters.   Reach out to Joe and Bri at TheDavidBrand.com or via Instagram.     Remarkable Quotes   Joe Barksdale:   “Football was the first time I was around adults that were happy to see me. I fell in love with being good. I fell in love with being the best at what I do. It was the competitive in me that allowed me to be good. Being on the football field gave me a purpose and that I deserved to be on the planet. I wasn't just taking, I was giving.”   “I was never passionate about football. I was passionate about being good at the game. The reason why I wanted to be good is for the accolades because I wanted a reason to prove that I was meant to be alive.”   “I know that the best 'ME' that I can be will be the best 'ME' for my family.”   Bri Barksdale:   “You can either be stuck in traffic or the reason for the traffic jam. So you gotta be thankful that you're just stuck in traffic.”   “It's one thing to pivot. It's another thing to pivot when your plan doesn't go seamlessly and there's a lot of pivoting that goes on.”   “I wrote down the words because I'm more of a lyrics person. He [Joe Barksdale] is more of the music person.”     Sponsor   The YNS Live With NFL Thread Super Bowl Experience is sponsored by Shutterstock Editorial.  Wherever you go - Shutterstock is there to capture it!   Contact Shutterstock at assigments@shutterstock.com and take the field with Shutterstock's award-winning photography superstars.       Find Us Online! Fireside: Juliet Hahn | Cynthia Zordich Instagram: Juliet Hahn | Cynthia Zordich | NFL Thread LinkedIn: Juliet Hahn | Cynthia Zordich FB: Juliet Hahn | NFL Thread Clubhouse: Juliet Hahn YouTube: Juliet Hahn Twitter: Juliet Hahn | Cynthia Zordich | NFL Thread

Beauty Call Podcast
Brandi Babin, Ms. United States, shares how she reclaimed her life!

Beauty Call Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 25:14


In today's episode, you will learn how to reclaim your life after trauma, a toxic relationship, or domestic violence. #loveyourselfIf you or someone you love is in a violent relationship, please text START to 88788 or call1-800-799-7233.About Brandi:Brandi was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and her family is her rock.She became a mother in 2014. Fast forward, and Brandi has 4 little humans to raise as a single mom; a tough, yet rewarding job!After graduating high school she went on to earn a Bachelor's in Science at Louisiana State University.Brandi was a stay-at-home-mom for 5 years and then began working at an assisted living community in Loveland as a Bookkeeper. Eventually, she was able to open her own bookkeeping business called Blue Colors Bookkeeping."Remember that you were once a five-year-old little girl... dancing in the mirror, laughing and smiling at your reflection. You're still that little girl inside... " - BrandiFrom Brandi -"I have fought in my life, it is how to rise above your circumstances and create the life you want for yourself! I won't bore you with all the details, but I will tell you that I lost myself completely. Even though I had a strong foundation of confidence and self-love as a child and adolescent, life's circumstances tore it to pieces in a few short years. Luckily I had been building a network of strong individuals over the years who gave me the perspective I needed to find my inner strength again. I learned there was still some fight in me, and I emerged from my ashes like a Phoenix Rising! ​Once I  started telling my story, I realized how many women were fighting the same fight! This Reclaim Journal is a compilation of everything that brought me from zero to hero! I cannot wait to share it with you! "Contact Brandi:https://www.facebook.com/reclaimjournalBuy Brandi's Journal:Reclaim JournalFacebookMs. United StatesInstagramUnited States National PageantSupport the show (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/authentic-voice-with-janice-mcqueen/id1462542236)

Whitney Andrus - The Direct Road
Demystifies the Science of Wellness // Kirk Vidrine of V Well Solutions

Whitney Andrus - The Direct Road

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 70:33


Holy Moly, Kirk Vidrine of V-Well Solutions is chatting with me and blowing my mind. You know how much I can chat, and he has me speechless. Right there, that is something to celebrate. Here's a little bit about Kirk. Kirk has been working as a fitness professional for over 17 years. He has an undergraduate degree in dietetics from Louisiana State University and a Master's Degree in Human Nutrition, also from Louisiana State University. His specialties are nutrition, weight loss, and corporate wellness programing. Kirk has performed research in nutrition and body composition, bone health, and bio compounds, and has presented his nutrition research at national scientific conferences. Throughout his career Kirk has provided personal training and wellness services, performed cooking demonstrations, taught nutrition at the Louisiana Culinary Institute, and provided corporate wellness education to businesses across Louisiana. He has spent 5 years of his career developing and implementing corporate wellness programs for Shell Oil. Kirk's combination of knowledge and experience with food and exercise allow him to give people a complete picture of what a healthy lifestyle can be. You can head to his website or contact him here: kirk@vwellsolutions.com OR (225) 978-1179. You can follow Thin Fat Line on Social here: Instagram: instagram.com/thinfatline Facebook: facebook.com/thinfatline TikTok: tiktok.com/@whittokandrus Thin Fat Line is a podcast that explores the thin lines in the 72 billion dollar health and wellness industry. As a society we do a lot of things in the name of health. Where is the line between the things that serve us and the things that are toxic? Thin Fat Line will tell the story of the ends of the earth people will go to in the name of health and open up dialogue with professionals in the industry. Subscribe on youtube or anywhere you get your podcasts. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Arkansas Row Crops Radio
Weeds AR Wild Series, S2 Ep11. Rice Weed Control Advice from Louisiana

Arkansas Row Crops Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 34:31


Weeds AR Wild Series, S2 Ep5. In this week's episode, Dr. Tommy Butts is joined by Dr. Connor Webster, Rice Extension Weed Specialist at Louisiana State University, to discuss how the 2022 rice crop is shaping up, water-seeding advice, and other tips and concerns for both Arkansas and Louisiana rice growers.

Conquer New Markets
Tinder's Global Success with Andy Andersen

Conquer New Markets

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 39:18


Andy Andersen is an international expansion evangelist - helping companies to scale their business models with a global-first mindset. He works as an advisor/consultant, has spent more than 5 years leading product localization at Tinder, and has a background in international relations from the Louisiana State University. He is passionate about the integration of language with modern technologies, and an advocate for language inclusion as more people from the Next Billion join the digital age. As a language and culture enthusiast, he also devotes time to his blog called Backpacking Diplomacy and travels whenever possible. Backpacking Diplomacy is dedicated to the concept of cultural diplomacy and personal development through experience. KEY TAKEAWAYS Global growth is not coincidental. First, your product should fit in the global market. Then, you should plan this growth. User acquisition comes first in this growth tunnel. To reach that level, you should give importance to UI, localisation, value proposition, educational information, supporting documentation, customer support and payment structure of your product. If we would like to grow globally, we should look at the markets in individuals' eyes, not in our companies' eyes. BEST MOMENTS “When you think about something like Tinder or similar apps, the global market fit is very interesting because at its core, it is only doing something that people have been doing since the beginning of time which is connecting people, helping people to connect to meet, to talk, to have a coffee. That is something that humans have been doing since the dawn of the age. All humans across the globe. So, it is a new spin on it. It is a new technology. It is something that fundamental. It is a concept that is easily global.  What I mean by that is like you kinda know that there is a need for this.” “I think in the industry, people need to change this mindset. I often hear from start-ups and younger companies like “oh, we have to prove our business bottle up before we think about other languages.”. But you are ignoring an entire group of potential people that could help you get to that point faster and it is not that complicated to add languages into the app.” “When it comes to internationalisation, there is an infrastructure of things that are foundational to success. You need internationalisation infrastructure. You need your code refractured that it can be in having other languages. You need tooling. There are free tools if you are a start-up and you are not looking into spend a lot of money.” “The core of everything is gonna be like UI. You have to have a really good UI in languages.” “People overlook it. We always think of markets as just the generalised markets, “this market here, this percentage of people, this total adjustable market”. I think we lose side of individuals sometimes as companies. It is really important thing. You need to focus on making that user experience so good that they see the value proposition for the product and they wanna use it and they wanna tell people about it.” ABOUT THE HOST Levent Yildizgoren, the author of 'Good Business in any Language', is an award-winning entrepreneur, localisation professional, and a PRINCE2 qualified project manager. CONTACT METHOD Linkedin:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/leventyildizgoren/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/yildizgoren IG: https://www.instagram.com/levent.yildizgoren/ ABOUT THE GUEST Andy Andersen is Head of Product Localization (International Growth) at Tinder. He is an international expansion evangelist - helping companies to scale their business models with a global-first mindset. CONTACT METHOD www.backpackingdiplomacy.com    https://www.linkedin.com/in/andyandersen1/  VALUABLE RESOURCES Do you have any questions about translation, localization, or international growth? Visit TTC website: https://ttcwetranslate.com/ Are you curious about how ready you are to go global? Take TTC wetranslate's Scorecard: https://global.scoreapp.com/ Take your business global with the 5-step LINGO modal! Purchase 'Good Business in any Language' on Amazon now: https://cutt.ly/2ORR

How I Built This with Guy Raz
Raising Cane's: Todd Graves

How I Built This with Guy Raz

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 85:04


By his early 20s, Todd Graves knew exactly what he wanted to do—open a restaurant near Louisiana State University that would make four things better than anyone else: chicken fingers, crinkle-cut fries, Texas toast, and coleslaw. After he and his partner Craig Silvey got rejected from every bank in Baton Rouge, Todd set out to fund his dream by working two treacherous jobs; first at an oil refinery and then on an Alaskan fishing boat. With roughly $150,000, he remodeled an old bike shop and opened his first restaurant in 1996. As word spread, Todd began building more restaurants, fueling the expansion on a rickety system of loans, and dreaming of making Cane's as ubiquitous as McDonald's. Over the years, he has retained ownership of the business and watched it grow to over 600 stores, with 3 billion dollars in sales projected this year.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Convergence - An Army Mad Scientist Podcast
55. Going Boldly: Military Thinking withScience Fiction

The Convergence - An Army Mad Scientist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 43:53


To Boldy Go, edited by COL Jonathan Klug and Steven Leonard, and published by Casemate Publishers in 2021, is subtitled “Leadership, Strategy, and Conflict in the 21st Century and Beyond.” Army Mad Scientist’s The Convergence podcasters Luke Shabro and Matthew Santaspirt explore how science fiction can inform the Army about the Operational Environment and the changing character of warfare with the books co-editors and contributors:COL Jonathan Klug is a U.S. Army Strategist serving as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Strategy, Planning, and Operations at the U.S. Army War College. Commissioned as an Armor officer, he served in Haiti, Bosnia, South Korea, Egypt, and Iraq. His strategy assignments included writing U.S. Army, U.S. Joint, and NATO Joint counter-insurgency doctrine; teaching at the U.S. Air Force Academy and the U.S. Naval Academy; serving as V Corps Deputy Plans and Strategy Officer; and strategic planning in the NATO Training Mission-Afghanistan, International Security Assistance Force Joint Command, and Operation Resolute Support Headquarters. He holds degrees from the U.S. Military Academy, Louisiana State University, and the U.S. Army School of Advanced Military Studies. He is a PhD candidate in Military and Naval History at the University of New Brunswick. COL Klug co-edited To Boldly Go and co-authored “Yours is the Superior” with Steven Leonard (below), and contributed “You Rebel Scum!” and “To Live and Die at My Command.” Steven Leonard is an award-winning faculty member at the University of Kansas, where he chairs graduate programs in Organizational Leadership and Supply Chain Management. As a former military strategist and the creative force behind the defense microblog Doctrine Man, he is a career writer and speaker with a passion for developing and mentoring the next generation of thought leaders. He is a senior fellow at the Modern War Institute at West Point; the co-founder of the national security blog Divergent Options; co-founder and board member of the Military Writers Guild; and a member of the editorial review board of the Arthur D. Simons Center‘s Interagency Journal. He is the author, co-author, or editor of five books, numerous professional articles, countless blog posts, and is a prolific military cartoonist. Mr. Leonard co-edited To Boldly Go and co-authored “Yours is the Superior” with COL Klug (above), and contributed “Beware the Beast Man” and “The Mirror Crack’d.”

WGNO Sports
Sports Zone: The Breakers are back!

WGNO Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 21:31


Welcome to the Sports Zone Podcast, where we discuss, opine, and report on all things local sports.In this episode,...Win or lose, is the Pelicans' season a success?We discuss.The New Orleans Saints have needs across the board and are in position to fill them."You can get a day-one starter at 16 or 19 this year" – an NFL Draft expert breaks down those needs and if a quarterback is one of them.Plus...The New Orleans Breakers headline the USFL's opening weekend.One former Breaker and Saint talks about the opportunity the league presented him many years ago."The thing was, we were playing professional football," says Buford Jordan.We like football.. and there's plenty of it next in the WGNO Sports Zone.Watch Sports Zone at 10:30 p.m. on NOLA 38 'The CW' every Friday night!The Sports Zone Podcast is also available via Apple Podcasts on iTunes.

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 04.19.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 58:31


Videos: 1.   The grass is no longer greener? (In The Recording)   2. There is no such thing as a “Third World Country”, nor seconds or firsts.   3 . "It's Is Now Possible To Eliminate Privacy" (Yuval Harari Clip)   Rhodiola rosea extract may improve anxiety, stress and mood: Human data University of Surrey (UK), April 15 2022 Daily intake of a Rhodiola rosea L. extract may improve various measures of mood in people with mild anxiety, says a new study from England. Data from 81 mildly anxious students indicated that 14 days of supplementation with the Rhodiola rosea L. extract significantly reduced self-reported anxiety and stress. Improvements in self-reported anger, confusion, and depression were also reported by the researchers. “Although Rhodiola rosea has been used traditionally to relieve a range of symptoms of stress related disorders, to our knowledge this is the first study to demonstrate the efficacy of Rhodiola rosea L. in the treatment of mild anxiety,” wrote Mark Cropley, Adrian Banks, and Julia Boyle from the University of Surrey in Phytotherapy Research . (NEXT) Blueberries may help treat post-traumatic stress disorder Louisiana State University, April 13, 2022 A new study has revealed that blueberries may help treat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).R esearchers at Louisiana State University looked at the ability of blueberries to modulate neurotransmitter levels in a rat model of PTSD. Researchers supplemented some of the rats with a blueberry-enriched (2 percent) diet and others with a control diet. A third control group did not have PTSD and received a standard diet (without blueberries). They found that PTSD rats who did not receive blueberries demonstrated a predictable increase in NE and 5-HT when compared with the control group. However, the PTSD rats that received blueberries showed a beneficial increase in 5-HT with no effect on NE levels, suggesting that blueberries could effectively modulate neurotransmitters in PTSD. (NEXT) Vitamin D helps reduce childhood allergy rate University of Auckland (New Zealand), April 15, 2022  Vitamin D supplements during pregnancy and infancy may help to reduce New Zealand's high childhood allergy rate. In a study, published in the internationally ranked journal Allergy, the University of Auckland  showed for the first time, that vitamin D supplements prevent allergy sensitisation to house dust mites in children. He believes vitamin D supplements may also help prevent asthma developing in young children. Vitamin D deficiency is prevalent with 57 percent of New Zealand newborns having low concentrations of vitamin D at birth. Both asthma and allergies are highly prevalent in New Zealand with 25 percent of six to seven year old reported with asthma and 35 percent of 11 to 12 year olds having an allergic response to house dust mite, plant, food or other allergens. Vitamin D receptors are present on many immune cells and so vitamin D can affect how the immune system works. In theory maintaining normal vitamin D status when that sensitivity is developing late in pregnancy and early in infancy, could prevent later allergy sensitivity in the child." (NEXT) Vitamin B diminishes effects of air pollution-induced cardiovascular disease Columbia University, April 12, 2022  B vitamins can mitigate the impact of fine particle pollution on cardiovascular disease, according to new research conducted at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health. Healthy non-smokers who took vitamin B supplements nearly reversed any negative effects on their cardiovascular and immune systems, weakening the effects of air pollution on heart rate by 150 percent, total white blood count by 139 percent, and lymphocyte count by 106 percent. This is the first clinical trial to evaluate whether B vitamin supplements change the biologic and physiologic responses to ambient air pollution exposure. Ambient PM2.5 fine particulate pollution contributes to 3.7 million premature deaths annually worldwide, predominantly through acute effects on the cardiovascular system. Particulate matter pollution is the most frequent trigger for myocardial infarction at the population level. (SUPER FOODS) Onions: A rule of thumb is that the more pungent the onion, the greater its health benefits. It's as if you could smell its disease-thwarting power. Onions are particularly important to include in diets for diabetics, for one, because they are rich in chromium, a trace mineral that helps cells respond to insulin. Moreover, refined sugar depletes the body's chromium levels, so for anyone that has this sugar in his or her diet, onions are an excellent source of replacement. Onions are also rich in vitamin B6, vitamin C, manganese, molybdenum (essential in preserving tooth enamel), potassium, phosphorous, and copper. They are also just about the best source of quercetin, which works hand-in-hand with vitamin C in help the body eliminate bacteria and strengthen immunity. The onion's health benefits don't stop there. Inclusion of onions in the diet help individuals lower blood pressure and cholesterol, and strengthen bone health. Onions also have anti-inflammatory benefits, reducing symptoms related to inflammatory conditions, such as asthma, arthritis, and respiratory congestion. Some studies have noted that they lessen the adverse effects from colds and flus.

The Safe Haven
Decolonization and Divesting from Whiteness; Amidst the Pivot'ing'

The Safe Haven

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 47:38


Kina Reed is a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion practitioner. She is also the creator and curator behind the social media platforms, The AntiBlackness Reader Project and Divesting From Whiteness. She holds a Master of Arts degree in Communication Studies and is a published researcher, conference presenter and public speaker. Her public advocacy is largely inspired by her academic research relating to social power and its intersections with race and gender identity constructions. She formerly held a dual faculty administrator appointment at Louisiana State University as the Director of Forensics.In the conversation today, Kina tells us about how her calling into education was heard when she was 17 years old. She also tells us about how she's very much in the pivot'ing' right now, having left a job of nearly two decades in higher education. We hear Kina's perspectives on shadow work and the realities of entrepreneurship, her decolonizing journey, and what her latest endeavours are! ---LINKS:Kina's Website: www.joquinareed.comKina on Instagram: @divestingfromwhiteness   |  @pleasesayblack  |  @theantiblacknessreaderPixie Lighthorse: @pixielighthorseWebsite: thesafehaven.coInstagram: @thesafehavenpodcastFacebook: The Safe HavenAll the good stuff: linktree/thesafehavenpodcastEmail: hello@thesafehaven.co

Chicago Psychology Podcast
Neurodiversity Acceptance & Elemy with Dr. Henry Roane, Ph.D.

Chicago Psychology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 50:19


Dr. Henry “Hank” Roane, Ph.D. is the Vice President of Clinical Services at Elemy. Elemy is a behavioral health company that provides care for children with autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, and other issues that develop in childhood. Dr. Roane received his Ph.D. in Psychology with an emphasis in Applied Behavior Analysis from Louisiana State University. His training and experiences have included the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and the Marcus Institute/Emory University School of Medicine. He is currently the Gregory S. Liptak MD Professor of Child Development in the Department of Pediatrics at Upstate Medical University in Syracuse NY. In this episode of the Psychology Talk Podcast, Dr. Roane and Dr. Hoye chat about his insights from years of clinical work as an ABA therapist and working with neurodivergent population. Topics include:•Dr. Roane's experience as an Applied Behavioral Analysis therapist and pediatric psychologist •The changing definition of autism and how to treat it across the lifespan•Building out a nation-wide Elemy platform to better provide families with services for their children in their homes •The services provided by Elemy for children and their families.•Working towards a culture of acceptance of autism and neurodiversityThe Elemy website: https://www.elemy.comThe Psychology Talk Podcast is a unique conversation about psychology around the globe. Your hosts Dr. Scott Hoye and licensed clinical professional counselor Kyle Miller talk about psychology with mental health practitioners and experts to keep you informed about issues and trends in the industry.https://psych-talk.com https://www.instagram.com/psychtalkpodcast/

WGNO Sports
Sports Zone: Bold moves point Saints toward immediate success

WGNO Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 21:19


Welcome to the Sports Zone Podcast, where we discuss, opine, and report on all things local sports.In this episode,The Saints now have two first-round picks. Will one of them be a quarterback? Richie Mills and Ed Daniels discuss.Tulane has a new offensive coordinator – again – here's what Willie Fritz said about the play selection last year.“If we are running a fly sweep, and the guy getting the ball runs a 4.9, it is probably not a very good call,” said the Green Wave head coach.Have the wave fixed the problems that plagued them last season?The Zurich classic approaches.The tournament director on how he can tell if a player in the field is headed for a bigtime career"Sometimes you can see how he works and how he handles pressure.”The field for 2022 is stellar. We talk to Steve Worthy...And the Jesuit baseball coach…Last year, they were 500 in league play but then won the school's first state title in 10 seasons.Kenny Goodlett joins us...First pitch of the WGNO Sports Zone is here!Plus, host Ed Daniels' ‘Ed-itorial' and final rants.The Sports Zone Podcast is also available via Apple Podcasts on iTunes.

Empowering Industry Podcast - A Production of Empowering Pumps & Equipment

Charli Interviews Brent Flavin and Chris M. Meaux about BoomNation.[Interview Starts @ 5:04]About Brent Flavin, Co-Founder/Co-CEO of BoomNation, Inc.B.S., Louisiana State University, Columbia University, Executive Education, Value Investing, Investments , and Securities Founded and built multiple startup businesses and teams designed to disrupt market leaders and enhance customer experience in the technology, industrial, financial services, and insurance industries.  Co-founded BoomNation to innovate for the skilled trades industries, optimizing the workforce through community, content and communications resulting in meaningful hires and meaningful work.About Chris M. MeauxAn accomplished entrepreneur and executive, Chris is the Chairman and Co-CEO of BoomNation, Inc. and Chairman of the Board of MallardBay Outdoors, Inc. Prior to BoomNation, Chris played an integral role in building one of today's leading on demand consumer technology companies into a public company, Waitr Holdings, Inc traded on the (Nasdaq: WTRH). He possesses a unique understanding of consumer behavior and the dynamics of viral businesses, as well as deep experience in driving companies from the earliest stages through periods of explosive, “blitzscale” growth.Learn more about BoomNation: https://www.boomnation.com/Download the App: https://apps.apple.com/tt/app/boomnation-app/id1515990445IG: https://www.instagram.com/boomnationusa/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQXvdb54bC7JhqkuZPPNCagFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/BoomNationJobs/ #ManufacturingMonday: Cornell Pumpshttps://empoweringpumps.com/companies/cornell-pump/Resources and Links:EPIC – event informationGet the digital editionSign up for the NewsletterNominate an Industry Person of the WeekEmpowering Women Meetup – Wed. April 13Empowering Women Book ClubEmpowering Women Mentor MondaysEmpowering Pumps Meetup – Tues, April 19Empowering Women PodcastLunch & Learn with Vincehttps://empoweringpumps.comhttps://empoweringwomeninindustry.comTwitter | Facebook | LinkedIn | Instagrampodcast@empoweringpumps.com

Middle Grade Ninja
160 Public Relations Expert Ellen Whitfield

Middle Grade Ninja

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2022 75:16


Ellen Whitfield and I discuss how she went from being a reader to a copyeditor to a book reviewer to a publicist with BOOKS FORWARD. We talk specifically about budget numbers for authors preparing to promote their newest launch, strategies for promoting backlists, entering awards contests, what every author should include in their email signature, working with a publisher's in-house publicity team, and so much more. Ellen balances her understanding of “the other side of the desk” when it comes to media pitching, with a true love of an avid bibliophile. She was part of the journalism community for more than seven years, working at respected print and online media outlets including The Dallas Morning News, The Advocate newspapers of Baton Rouge and New Orleans (where she coordinated book coverage), the Waco Tribune Herald and others. Her experience on the editorial side of the travel, community and lifestyle sections of newspapers, along with her social and online media savviness as a popular Bookstagrammer, is to the benefit of authors across genres. She has an eye for design and a passion for detail. Ellen provides daily mentorship to the Books Forward team and trains incoming publicists to provide expanded services to our growing and beloved Books Forward family. A Louisiana State University graduate, Ellen lives in the Bayou State with her newspaper-executive husband, bright-and-spirited daughter (we know where she gets that from!) and an ever-growing collection of 550 books.

Profiles in Leadership
Rachel Balkovec, First Female Manager in Major League Baseball

Profiles in Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2022 52:39


Rachel Balkovec grew up in Omaha, Nebraska.As a student at Skutt Catholic High School in Omaha, Balkovec played softball, soccer, and basketball. She initially attended Creighton University, where she was a catcher on the Creighton Bluejays softball team, but transferred to the University of New Mexico, where she also played catcher for the New Mexico Lobos.  She graduated from New Mexico in 2009 with a bachelor's degree in exercise science.  She then earned her master's degree from Louisiana State University in kinesiology.   In 2018, she enrolled in Vrije University in the Netherlands to study human movement sciences, earning her second master's degree. Balkovec began her career in 2012 as a temporary contract strength and conditioning coach for the St. Louis Cardinals' Johnson City, Tennessee, minor-league affiliate.   In that role, she won the Appalachian League's award for strength coach of the year.  In 2014, she assumed a full-time role as the Johnson City affiliate's strength and conditioning coordinator, the first time a woman had held that role in baseball.In 2016, Balkovec was hired by the Houston Astros to be their Latin American strength and conditioning coordinator.  She learned Spanish for the position, so she could better communicate with players.   She was the first woman in that role in Major League Baseball.   In 2018, she was promoted to be the Class AA Corpus Christi Hooks' strength and conditioning coach.After moving to the Netherlands to pursue a second master's degree at Vrije University, Balkovec worked for the Dutch baseball and softball programs as an assistant hitting coach.   After graduating, she returned to the United States to work at a fellowship at Driveline Baseball, researching hitters' eye tracking and pitchers' hip movement. In November 2019, Balkovec was announced as the New York Yankees' newest hitting coach, to start in spring training 2020, again the first woman to hold such a position full-time.   She also interviewed for a position as a quality control coach with the San Francisco Giants in fall 2019, but decided to take the Yankees' role. Since the COVID-19 pandemic canceled the 2020 Minor League Baseball season, she coached in the Australian Baseball League. She was part of the coaching staff of the 2021 All-Star Futures Game. On January 11, 2022, the Yankees announced that Balkovec will manage the Low-A Tampa Tarpons in 2022, making her the first woman to manage in affiliated baseball.

Thriving In Chaos with Paulette Gloria Rigo
Ep. 125 Roy Biancalana: Relationship Bootcamp Post Divorce: Hard-Core Training Life, Love and the Pursuit of Intimacy

Thriving In Chaos with Paulette Gloria Rigo

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2022 49:24


Need to Relationship Fitness Check! Let Roy be your guide. #1 Best Selling Author Certified Relationship Coach Former Relationship Expert for Fox 35 TV/Orlando, Florida Roy's #1 Best Selling Book!: RELATIONSHIP BOOTCAMP: Hard-Core Training for Life, Love & the Pursuit of Intimacy www.coachingwithroy.com Facebook: RoyBiancalana Twitter: @coachingwithroy Roy's focus is helping single adults attract healthy, conscious relationships. He does that through his 3 books, private and group coaching sessions and also through professionally done, video-based eCourses found on his website. He offers a complimentary coaching session to anyone interested in how he can help you attract lasting love. ROY BIANCALANA is an author, speaker and certified relationship coach. For the past 10 years his mission has been supporting single people in the art of attraction, dating and creating conscious relationships. His work centers on The Dating Manifesto, a group of 7 conscious commitments that he has created to guide single people in their efforts to attract lasting love. Roy grew up in Chicago, Illinois, and attended Louisiana State University on a golf scholarship. After graduating in 1983 with a degree in Marketing, he became a professional golfer and competed nationwide for over 20 years, including on the PGA Tour and in 6 major championships. However, while Roy's professional life was successful, his personal life was not. After a divorce and then being dumped by his a fiancée 6 months before the wedding, he came apart at the seems. Out of desperation he hired a relationship coach to help him understand why his love life was filled with so much drama and pain. That work so transformed his life that he engaged in an intense 2-year coach-training program so that could help others unwind their relationship issues and attract lasting love--as he has. Roy now serves as the relationship expert for Fox 35 TV and News Channel 13 in Orlando, Fl. He has appeared on numerous other shows including, The Daily Buzz, Positive Living Radio Show, Golf Channel and ESPN radio. His individual coaching practice is conducted by phone, Skype or in person and he offers a complimentary 30-minute coaching session to anyone who is interested in working with him. In addition to his two books, Roy also has group coaching programs and video-based eCourses that address the significant issues that impact single people's lives. Roy has a son in college and he lives with his wife in Orlando, Florida. For more information, see his website www.coachingwithroy.com https://www.amazon.com/Attracting-Lasting-Love-Breaking-Barriers/dp/0578152312/ref=pd_bxgy_img_1/142-4495737-6282752?pd_rd_w=pLlUD&pf_rd_p=6b3eefea-7b16-43e9-bc45-2e332cbf99da&pf_rd_r=BKFFRX5Y4VRPJXDBADEA&pd_rd_r=41955f9f-7382-43cd-a6a2-d25a17e5a5ab&pd_rd_wg=zqGm8&pd_rd_i=0578152312&psc=1 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thriving-in-chaos/message

WGNO Sports
Sports Zone: Final Four is BACK!

WGNO Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2022 20:26


Welcome to the Sports Zone Podcast, where we discuss, opine, and report on all things local sports.In this episode, the Final Four is back – and with a twist – a New Orleanian will be on the floor making his city proud.However, his road to the final four had a pothole, or two.Caleb Daniels' parents join us in studio.So, who wins? Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina, or does Coach K, in his final season, get a grand send-off?The Saints move Taysom Hill to tight end, and bring in a talented red-head to be the backup.What does it all mean as the Saints quarterback room shakes out.We talk football and the bouncing ball in the Big Easy.Plus, host Ed Daniels' ‘Ed-itorial' and final rants.The Sports Zone Podcast is also available via Apple Podcasts on iTunes.

Multifamily Legacy Podcast
202: Finding Valuable Capital Investors Through Education

Multifamily Legacy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 34:14


Success is rarely easy; it takes a lot of hard work and tried-and-true tactics. Dive in as Sterling Chapman outlines the strategy for attracting passive and active investors and concepts to cut good deals. Don't miss this episode on identifying the ideal group of partners that brings massive success to your business.      Topics on Today's Episode Steps to raise capital for your business Why partnership is key to becoming a strong capital raiser Inspiring children to learn about investing in real estate at an early age Best strategies to attract more capital investors How to gain control of your investment through brand and capital building     Resources/Links mentioned Rich Dad Poor Dad⏐Paperback, Audiobook Best Ever Apartment Syndication Book⏐ Paperback, Audiobook The Rent Roll Radio Show Am I being too subtle?⏐ Hardcover, Audiobook     About Sterling Chapman Sterling Chapman is in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He sits as a Regional Sales Director at a world-leading Telco Company, President of Crestworth Capital, and The Rent Roll Radio Show host. Mr.Chapman holds a B.S. in Finance from Louisiana State University and a Master of Business Administration from LSU Shreveport. His current real estate holdings include nearly $21.5 Million of Assets under Management, $7 Million of that being his personal portfolio of 70+ rental units in South Louisiana that cash flow over $120K a year. While single-handedly building this portfolio over the last 3 years, he has also interviewed over 120 successful real estate investors on his podcast, which has been downloaded nearly 16,000 times.       Connect with Sterling Website: Crest Worth Capital Facebook: Sterling Chapman Instagram: Sterling Chapman REI Podcast: The Rent Roll Radio Show Email: Sterling@crestworthcapital.com     Quotes “ Thousands of people are looking for money, and I find that it's better to go in there saying: I am the money. ”  - Corey Peterson “ There's so much money everywhere that having good funnels and follow-up systems is paramount to any capital-raising process. ”- Sterling Chapman “ Be easy to do business with and make people want to keep doing business with you. That's what makes you a great business person. ”  - Corey Peterson   Don't forget to download my Free Workshop Quick Start Video Series, and if you like what you have heard please leave a review on iTunes.

Making After-School Cool Podcast
Ep 84: The Girls Empowerment Network

Making After-School Cool Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 21:39


Today the Making After School Cool Podcast honors Women's History Month by Highlighting the Girls Empowerment Network. Through a variety of services, the Girls Empowerment Network help girls realize they are powerful and there is nothing they can't accomplish. To speak on today's topic is my guest Kameryn Poullard Sampson, who is the Program Manager of the Girls Empowerment Network in Houston. During this podcast you will learn: A short history of the Girl Empowerment network Why it is important to work with girls in the age range of 3rd grade, to 12th grade Are the services the Girls Empowerment Network provide hosted on school campus, community youth serving organization or, small groups How can people volunteer or be involved with Girls Empowerment Network Guest Kameryn Poullard Sampson began working with the Girls Empowerment Network a little over three years ago.  However, her involvement regarding women's issues began during her colligate undergraduate years when she was a volunteer hotline advocate for STAR, which stands for (Sexual Trauma Awareness and Response) as well as with the Iris Domestic Violence Shelter. Kameryn also was an Executive Board Member for the Minority Women's Movement, a group in advocates and provide female students from minority communities with networking, mentoring, community service, and overall fellowship experiences on the campus of Louisiana State University campus.   Resources The Girls Empowerment Network https://www.girlsempowermentnetwork.org/ Mike Wilson mwilson@hcde-texas.org Harris County Department of Education https://hcde-texas.org CASE for Kids https://hcde-texas.org/afterschool-zone

WGNO Sports
Sports Zone: NAIA National Champs in da house!

WGNO Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2022 21:21


Welcome to the Sports Zone Podcast, where we discuss, opine, and report on all things local sports.In this episode, the new Purple and Gold boss lays down some markers for his team as spring practice kicks off."They passed a robust test of consistency with academics," said the Tigers new head coach.Brian Kelly's approach was highly successful at Notre Dame – will it work in the SEC?We discuss.Tulane hopes that a former Easton Eagle, successful on Canal Street, can bring the same to Ben Weiner Drive.Why he's back, and what he hopes to bring to Green Wave football.And the Loyola Wolfpack national champs. The school and the team still riding high…“I feel like we changed the culture of the university,” said NAIA Player of the Year, Zach Wrightsil.Wrightsil and his sidekick Myles Burns – both have broadcast aspirations.Can they make that look as easy as they do hoops?“I'm Zach, and I'm Myles, stay tuned for the WGNO Sports Show. Are we saying the same thing?”The answer is probably not. at least right now.We talk all things with the champs in the WGNO Sports Zone.Plus, host Ed Daniels' ‘Ed-itorial' and final rants.The Sports Zone Podcast is also available via Apple Podcasts on iTunes.

The Resilient Recruiter
How to Increase Your Profits by Offering Solutions that the Market Needs with Lauren Stiebing, Ep #118

The Resilient Recruiter

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 52:08


How resilient is your recruitment business? What will you do the next time there's a financial crisis, like we experienced in 2020? In this interview, my guest Lauren Stiebing describes the experience of her pipeline evaporating in March 2020. She goes on to reveal how she used that setback as an opportunity to create new service offerings that complimented her core business. Best of all, the new Mentoring program she developed aligned with her passion for and commitment to championing gender diversity. Could you recession-proof your recruitment business by creating multiple revenue streams? Listen-in to Lauren describing her process for researching the market, creating a “minimum viable product” and sales strategy leading to a very successful launch.  She also shares how she uses “video sales letters” as part of her fresh and innovative approach towards marketing. Episode Outline and Highlights [02:50] Behind the scenes of a podcast and overcoming nerves. [03:50] What happened at LS International in the last two years? [06:45] Don't panic! Lauren's key lessons learned during this period. [11:03] Had no searches to work on, so she used the downtime to develop a new service offering [12:22] How the need for female talent in leadership roles led to a new venture [16:04] Find out how creating an MVP (Minimum Viable Product) can prevent paralysis by analysis to stop you from proceeding on a new venture [20:03] Lauren shares why they are not planning to grow the mentoring business too quickly [22:50] There is value in taking a step back from your network and seeing with whom you can partner for future ventures [24:30] What did the marketing process look like and how did Lauren include selling through teaching? [25:57] What is a “video sales letter” and why should you create one?  [31:33] What is the value of a landing page? [36:50] Change required that Lauren steps out of her comfort zone, what did she learn from this? [40:00] How to use podcasts to your advantage to build trust with your audience [42:45] Can you hire less experienced recruiters and develop them successfully? Female Mentorship - Answering a Need In the Market When the pandemic hit in March 2020, Lauren suddenly had no searches to work on. She was coming off a record year and had money in the bank, so at first she didn't panic. But as the months went by without any signs of improvement, she realized she had to try something new. “Always analyzing the market, analyzing what is happening and when you see a gap or a need, to really create a minimal viable product and see how the client reacts,” is how Lauren describes her process for developing a new service offering. What Lauren realized is that there was a need for mentorships for female executives.  Her clients often struggled to recruit female talent into leadership roles.  So rather than recruiting outside talent, companies should invest to develop and advance their own female employees so they could promote them internally.  This is how LS Elevate, Lauren's mentorship program came into existence. Her initial goal was to sell 10 mentorship programs in the first year.  However, the sales and marketing campaign exceeded her expectations and she ended up selling 27 - more than double her original target. Now, in the second year of the program, she is ready to expand but is cautious about growing too quickly.  She would rather enjoy sustainable, long-term growth instead of over-extend herself. Especially since her search business has picked up again.  Podcasts Are The Perfect Way to Present Yourself As An Authority Lauren has published roughly 60 podcasts and states that these podcasts play a vital role to earn the trust of potential clients and candidates. When she already has a rapport with these people when they meet for the first time, it makes discussions and negotiations so much easier.  Lauren is also committed to constantly trying out new and different marketing ideas to see what delivers the best results. One of her most effective marketing strategies are “video sales letters.” In this interview, she shares all you need to know to create your first video sales letter.  Plans for Growth and Hiring for Attitude Over Experience Lauren is growing her team once again and I asked what she looks for in a potential hire.  She believes that “learning, agility, and curiosity are what is going to make someone successful.”  comes Lauren's words infused by her own experiences and the many mistakes she made as a young recruiter. Lauren is highly committed to the learning and development of her team and wishes for them to step outside of their comfort zones and to explore wider horizons on the constant journey of self-improvement.  Our Sponsors This podcast is proudly sponsored by i-intro®.  i-intro® is an end-to-end retained recruitment platform. Our technology and methodology allows recruiters to differentiate themselves from the competition, win more retained business, bigger fees and increase their billings. Be sure to mention Mark Whitby or The Resilient Recruiter for a 25% discount. Book your free, no-obligation consultation here: www.recruitmentcoach.com/retained  Lauren Stiebing Bio and Contact Info  Lauren is a small-town girl with big dreams. She has a degree in International Studies from Louisiana State University and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Her passion for head-hunting, top-notch networking abilities and being a skilled judge of people made her an experienced head-hunter. She is the founder of LS International, persevering, hard-working, resilient and has high personal standards.  She is dedicated to the success of every client and candidate with a burning ambition to transform executive search. Lauren specializes in finding the best people for Sales, Marketing, and General Management positions in the consumer goods industry across the USA, Europe, Middle East and Asia. Her relationships with candidates and clients give her a broad and deep knowledge of markets and people. Both clients and candidates acknowledge that they love working with her because of her unique ability to craft solutions that balance client needs with candidate interests. Extensive international travel allows Lauren to pursue her hobbies of collecting currency and attending electronic music events.  Lauren on LinkedIn LS International on Twitter LS International website link LS International Podcast People and Resources Mentioned Larry Weinberg LS International Blog Article  - How to Increase Female Promotability by 66% LS International Careers Connect with Mark Whitby Get your FREE 30-minute strategy call Mark on LinkedIn Mark on Twitter: @MarkWhitby Mark on Facebook Mark on Instagram: @RecruitmentCoach Related Podcast You Might Enjoy TRR 10 How to Build Your Personal Brand As A Recruiter   Subscribe to The Resilient Recruiter

New Books in Communications
Jerry Ceppos, "Covering Politics in the Age of Trump" (LSU Press, 2021)

New Books in Communications

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 52:30


As the United States moves on from the Trump era — and perhaps begins to contemplate what a second one might look like — conversations about journalism's relationship to Trump and his ideas are cropping up all over the place. Books like News After Trump address these questions through a scholarly lens, but Covering Politics in the Age of Trump (LSU Press, 2021) looks at coverage of Trump from the perspective of journalists who cover national politics.  Edited by Jerry Ceppos, the book takes a wide-ranging view of the relationship between the forty-fifth president and the Fourth Estate. In concise, illuminating, and often personal essays, two dozen top journalists address topics such as growing concerns about political bias and journalistic objectivity; increasing consternation about the media's use of anonymous sources; the practices journalists employ to gain access to wary administration officials; and reporters' efforts to improve journalism in an era of round-the-clock cable news. Contributors to the book include Ashley Parker of The Washington Post, McKay Coppins of The Atlantic, and Charlie Cook of the Cook Political Report. In this conversation, Ceppos discusses how news organizations are starting to "take off the straightjacket" of detachment and objectivity and what that might mean for re-establishing trust with readers and peeling back the curtain on how journalists do their work. Jerry Ceppos is the William B. Dickinson Distinguished Professor of Journalism and former of the Manship School of Mass Communications at Louisiana State University. Before entering academia, he worked for thirty-six years in newsrooms. He has contributed to several books on media ethics and journalism, including News Evolution or Revolution? The Future of Print Journalism in the Digital Age. Jenna Spinelle is a journalism instructor at Penn State's Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications. She's also the communications specialist for the university's McCourtney Institute for Democracy, where she hosts and produces the Democracy Works podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/communications

New Books in Journalism
Jerry Ceppos, "Covering Politics in the Age of Trump" (LSU Press, 2021)

New Books in Journalism

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 52:30


As the United States moves on from the Trump era — and perhaps begins to contemplate what a second one might look like — conversations about journalism's relationship to Trump and his ideas are cropping up all over the place. Books like News After Trump address these questions through a scholarly lens, but Covering Politics in the Age of Trump (LSU Press, 2021) looks at coverage of Trump from the perspective of journalists who cover national politics.  Edited by Jerry Ceppos, the book takes a wide-ranging view of the relationship between the forty-fifth president and the Fourth Estate. In concise, illuminating, and often personal essays, two dozen top journalists address topics such as growing concerns about political bias and journalistic objectivity; increasing consternation about the media's use of anonymous sources; the practices journalists employ to gain access to wary administration officials; and reporters' efforts to improve journalism in an era of round-the-clock cable news. Contributors to the book include Ashley Parker of The Washington Post, McKay Coppins of The Atlantic, and Charlie Cook of the Cook Political Report. In this conversation, Ceppos discusses how news organizations are starting to "take off the straightjacket" of detachment and objectivity and what that might mean for re-establishing trust with readers and peeling back the curtain on how journalists do their work. Jerry Ceppos is the William B. Dickinson Distinguished Professor of Journalism and former of the Manship School of Mass Communications at Louisiana State University. Before entering academia, he worked for thirty-six years in newsrooms. He has contributed to several books on media ethics and journalism, including News Evolution or Revolution? The Future of Print Journalism in the Digital Age. Jenna Spinelle is a journalism instructor at Penn State's Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications. She's also the communications specialist for the university's McCourtney Institute for Democracy, where she hosts and produces the Democracy Works podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/journalism

New Books in Political Science
Jerry Ceppos, "Covering Politics in the Age of Trump" (LSU Press, 2021)

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 52:30


As the United States moves on from the Trump era — and perhaps begins to contemplate what a second one might look like — conversations about journalism's relationship to Trump and his ideas are cropping up all over the place. Books like News After Trump address these questions through a scholarly lens, but Covering Politics in the Age of Trump (LSU Press, 2021) looks at coverage of Trump from the perspective of journalists who cover national politics.  Edited by Jerry Ceppos, the book takes a wide-ranging view of the relationship between the forty-fifth president and the Fourth Estate. In concise, illuminating, and often personal essays, two dozen top journalists address topics such as growing concerns about political bias and journalistic objectivity; increasing consternation about the media's use of anonymous sources; the practices journalists employ to gain access to wary administration officials; and reporters' efforts to improve journalism in an era of round-the-clock cable news. Contributors to the book include Ashley Parker of The Washington Post, McKay Coppins of The Atlantic, and Charlie Cook of the Cook Political Report. In this conversation, Ceppos discusses how news organizations are starting to "take off the straightjacket" of detachment and objectivity and what that might mean for re-establishing trust with readers and peeling back the curtain on how journalists do their work. Jerry Ceppos is the William B. Dickinson Distinguished Professor of Journalism and former of the Manship School of Mass Communications at Louisiana State University. Before entering academia, he worked for thirty-six years in newsrooms. He has contributed to several books on media ethics and journalism, including News Evolution or Revolution? The Future of Print Journalism in the Digital Age. Jenna Spinelle is a journalism instructor at Penn State's Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications. She's also the communications specialist for the university's McCourtney Institute for Democracy, where she hosts and produces the Democracy Works podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

New Books in American Studies
Jerry Ceppos, "Covering Politics in the Age of Trump" (LSU Press, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 52:30


As the United States moves on from the Trump era — and perhaps begins to contemplate what a second one might look like — conversations about journalism's relationship to Trump and his ideas are cropping up all over the place. Books like News After Trump address these questions through a scholarly lens, but Covering Politics in the Age of Trump (LSU Press, 2021) looks at coverage of Trump from the perspective of journalists who cover national politics.  Edited by Jerry Ceppos, the book takes a wide-ranging view of the relationship between the forty-fifth president and the Fourth Estate. In concise, illuminating, and often personal essays, two dozen top journalists address topics such as growing concerns about political bias and journalistic objectivity; increasing consternation about the media's use of anonymous sources; the practices journalists employ to gain access to wary administration officials; and reporters' efforts to improve journalism in an era of round-the-clock cable news. Contributors to the book include Ashley Parker of The Washington Post, McKay Coppins of The Atlantic, and Charlie Cook of the Cook Political Report. In this conversation, Ceppos discusses how news organizations are starting to "take off the straightjacket" of detachment and objectivity and what that might mean for re-establishing trust with readers and peeling back the curtain on how journalists do their work. Jerry Ceppos is the William B. Dickinson Distinguished Professor of Journalism and former of the Manship School of Mass Communications at Louisiana State University. Before entering academia, he worked for thirty-six years in newsrooms. He has contributed to several books on media ethics and journalism, including News Evolution or Revolution? The Future of Print Journalism in the Digital Age. Jenna Spinelle is a journalism instructor at Penn State's Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications. She's also the communications specialist for the university's McCourtney Institute for Democracy, where she hosts and produces the Democracy Works podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books Network
Jerry Ceppos, "Covering Politics in the Age of Trump" (LSU Press, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2022 52:30


As the United States moves on from the Trump era — and perhaps begins to contemplate what a second one might look like — conversations about journalism's relationship to Trump and his ideas are cropping up all over the place. Books like News After Trump address these questions through a scholarly lens, but Covering Politics in the Age of Trump (LSU Press, 2021) looks at coverage of Trump from the perspective of journalists who cover national politics.  Edited by Jerry Ceppos, the book takes a wide-ranging view of the relationship between the forty-fifth president and the Fourth Estate. In concise, illuminating, and often personal essays, two dozen top journalists address topics such as growing concerns about political bias and journalistic objectivity; increasing consternation about the media's use of anonymous sources; the practices journalists employ to gain access to wary administration officials; and reporters' efforts to improve journalism in an era of round-the-clock cable news. Contributors to the book include Ashley Parker of The Washington Post, McKay Coppins of The Atlantic, and Charlie Cook of the Cook Political Report. In this conversation, Ceppos discusses how news organizations are starting to "take off the straightjacket" of detachment and objectivity and what that might mean for re-establishing trust with readers and peeling back the curtain on how journalists do their work. Jerry Ceppos is the William B. Dickinson Distinguished Professor of Journalism and former of the Manship School of Mass Communications at Louisiana State University. Before entering academia, he worked for thirty-six years in newsrooms. He has contributed to several books on media ethics and journalism, including News Evolution or Revolution? The Future of Print Journalism in the Digital Age. Jenna Spinelle is a journalism instructor at Penn State's Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications. She's also the communications specialist for the university's McCourtney Institute for Democracy, where she hosts and produces the Democracy Works podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

WGNO Sports
Sports Zone: March is Madness

WGNO Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 20, 2022 21:23


Welcome to the Sports Zone Podcast, where we discuss, opine, and report on all things local sports.In this episode, one Jesuit institution shocks the world. How their success can be a teaching moment for a university on the verge of its first hoops national title in 77 years.Speaking of the Loyola Wolf Pac, they are three wins away from maroon immortality. Our Richie Mills looks ahead to the weekend.LSU could have the NCAA wolf at its basketball door. a former Tiger coach says even with that, success can happen, rather quickly."In our third year, we were able to win the league with nine scholarship players. that's what we were allowed to have," said John Brady.Also, John Brady on what fired head coach will wade should do, right now."Down the road, those kinds of things come back to help you," he told WGNO''s Ed Daniels.The Pelicans fight for a play-in spot. Whatever happens, it doesn't look like Zion will be a part of it.And, the Saints pursuit of Deshaun Watson, what the numbers say about just how accomplished he is. Plus, host Ed Daniels' ‘Ed-itorial' and final rants.The Sports Zone Podcast is also available via Apple Podcasts on iTunes.

Louisiana Anthology Podcast
461. Emily Toth on Kate Chopin, part 2

Louisiana Anthology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2022


461. Part 2 of our talk with Emily Toth, Emily, a Robert Penn Warren Professor of English and Women's Studies at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, is a scholar, novelist, advice columnist, and feminist activist. She earned her PhD from The Johns Hopkins University. Toth's scholarly work includes over 300 articles and papers about academic mentoring, Louisiana literature and culture, women's humor, and music; biographies of the American women writers Kate Chopin and Grace Metalious; a cultural history of menstruation; edited collections of Chopin's papers and last short story collection, and a volume of essays about regionalism in women's writing. Toth's 1990 biography of Kate Chopin was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. Toth's historical novel Daughters of New Orleans (1983) was named a "Best Feminist Historical Novel" by Romantic Times in 1984. Toth was also the founder and editor of the journal Regionalism and the Female Imagination (formerly The Kate Chopin Newsletter) from 1975-1979 and on the editorial board of the journal Southern Studies. This week in Louisiana history. March 20, 1839. Shreveport become a "city" on the northern end of the Red River. This week in New Orleans history. St. Joseph's Day is widely celebrated each March 19th in New Orleans. This week in Louisiana. Crawfest March 18-20, 2022 3:00pm - 9:00pm View Website 3901 Fairfield Ave Shreveport LA 71104 Crawfest is a celebration of  food, art, music, and community, held in Shreveport's historic Betty Virginia Park, March 18-20, 2022. Free Parking Phone: 318-673-7727 Did you miss us? After 3 years Crawfest is BACK in the Park! This year Crawfest will be a THREE day festival. Get ready for a full weekend of live music, food, art, drink, and fun in the park. The lineup will be out soon. DATES & TIMES Friday, March 18. 3 PM – 9 PM Saturday, March 19. 11 AM – 9 PM Sunday, March 20. Noon – 7 PM About Crawfest The first festival of its kind ever to be held in Shreveport's historic Betty Virginia Park, Crawfest is a celebration of food, music, and community.  In its 2017 debut, Crawfest hosted over 6,000 people to the free admission event, and in 2018 the crowd of over 10,000 marked the largest single day gathering in the park's history.  Concessions include Louisiana crawfish boiled onsite, a whole hog roast, smoked barbecue, and various other food, desserts, and drinks from a variety of local vendors. It's history in the making…see you March 18-20, 2022! Postcards from Louisiana. Treme Brass Band at dba.Listen on iTunes.Listen on Google Play.Listen on Google Podcasts.Listen on Spotify.Listen on Stitcher.Listen on TuneIn.The Louisiana Anthology Home Page.Like us on Facebook.  

Brighter Thinking Pod
Ep 20: Teach Students How To Learn: Metacognition

Brighter Thinking Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 55:59


The word ‘metacognition' can be a bit daunting when you first hear it. Fear not, in this episode we explain all – from definitions to practical strategies for the classroom.  The host for this episode is our very own Insights Manager, Silvia Pirola. She is joined in the virtual studio by three expert guests. Dr Saundra McGuire is an internationally renowned learning strategists and Professor Emerita at the Louisiana State University, USA. Tom Healy is an IB Diploma and MYP English Teacher at the Ostrava International School, Czech Republic. And Suzanne Delassiaz is an IGCSE and A Level Maths Teacher at Brussels International Catholic School, Belgium. Show notes Centre for Evaluation and Monitoring – baseline assessments Cambridge Panel Panel webinar: Reach Metacognitive Equity by Teaching Students How to Learn Presentation Saundra mentions in the episode: Metacognition by Dr. Saundra Mcguire Dr Saundra McGuire's books Cambridge University Press Twitter Cambridge University Press Instagram Email us at educationmarketing@cambridge.org

Karen Rands - Compassionate Capitalist Investor Podcast
A Stroke of Pen to Save Your Family Legacy with Paul Hood

Karen Rands - Compassionate Capitalist Investor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 26:00


There are documents that Founders and Investors need to make sure a company has in place to protect the business when critical disrupters occur. Similar to a will before you die, a business can't wait until a founder is disabled, dead, or divorced to implement these business contingency agreements. Paul Hood joins Karen Rands to talk about the events business owners and investors should anticipate and the agreements that act as insurance policies to protect the interest of the organization's stakeholders.  Paul takes the conversation a level deeper with real life examples of problems avoided and problems solved when you understand the kinds of precautions and assurance of sustainability certain agreements bring. Paul Hood considers himself a “recovering tax lawyer” with his JD from Louisiana State University and LL.M. in taxation from Georgetown University Law Center. Now, Paul helps people build a plan with a solid legal foundation to protect their estate and their biggest asset - Their Business.  Paul is a highly sought-after speaker and consultant having authored or co-authored nine books and over 500 professional articles on estate, charitable and tax planning and business valuation.  Paul authored the highly regarded "Buy-Sell Agreements" and "Yours, Mine & Ours: Estate Planning for People in Blended or Step Families".   To learn more:  www.paulhoodservices.com Karen Rands is the founder of the Compassionate Capitalist Movement and author of the best selling primer for investors: Inside Secrets to Angel Investing. http://InsideSecretstoAngelInvesting.com Karen works with entrepreneurs that need to raise their growth stage capital to scale their business and helps investors screen and syndicate the deals that pass due diligence. Learn more http://karenrands.co Video https://youtu.be/tv_u4xwuGuE

Chase Doesn't Know
#27 - Karma and the Killjoys

Chase Doesn't Know

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 118:08


Karma and the Killjoys is a piano-rock band based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Founding members Rain Scott-Catoire (Piano/Vocals/Writer), Sydni Myers (Vocals/Writer), and Sophia Brazda (Vocals/Writer) came together their freshman year as Theatre Performance majors at Louisiana State University in 2018 and began writing songs together. A culmination of catharsis, storytelling, and lots of harmonies, the music began its journey to become what it is today. Since then, the band has grown to include Thomas Vercher (Drums), Michael Blount (Guitar), and Tim Marchand (Bass) who launched the music into its exciting final form. Today, Karma and the Killjoys' original music invokes flavors of alternative, folk, and rock, creating their own unique piano-rock sound. Follow them on social - @karmaandthekilljoys - and listen to their music on Spotify.

Death of the Reader
A Dire Isle by RV Raman - Part One

Death of the Reader

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2022 30:00


We discuss chapters 1-8 in RV Raman's latest Harith Athreya mystery 'A Dire Isle'. Liam Dunne has requested Athreya's aid in investigating possible financial fraud at an archaeological dig-site in Bundelkhand. When the dig's director is slain on a mysterious, haunted island nearby, the supernatural comes knocking, and Athreya finds himself put to the test in the investigation.We're also joined by PHD Student Ankita Rathour from Louisiana State University to talk about her dissertation in Indian Anglophone fiction, Bollywood, the dead girl trope, and positive developments in the subcontinent's creative arts.

Louisiana Anthology Podcast
460. Emily Toth on Kate Chopin, part 1

Louisiana Anthology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2022


460. Part 1 of our talk with Emily Toth, Emily, a Robert Penn Warren Professor of English and Women's Studies at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, is a scholar, novelist, advice columnist, and feminist activist. She earned her PhD from The Johns Hopkins University. Toth's scholarly work includes over 300 articles and papers about academic mentoring, Louisiana literature and culture, women's humor, and music; biographies of the American women writers Kate Chopin and Grace Metalious; a cultural history of menstruation; edited collections of Chopin's papers and last short story collection, and a volume of essays about regionalism in women's writing. Toth's 1990 biography of Kate Chopin was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. Toth's historical novel Daughters of New Orleans (1983) was named a "Best Feminist Historical Novel" by Romantic Times in 1984. Toth was also the founder and editor of the journal Regionalism and the Female Imagination (formerly The Kate Chopin Newsletter) from 1975-1979 and on the editorial board of the journal Southern Studies. This week in Louisiana history. March 12, 1812. President James Madison transmitted to the Senate the proceedings of the La. Constitution of 1812. This week in New Orleans history. Andrew Jackson Young, born March 12, 1932 in New Orleans, is an American politician, diplomat, activist and pastor from Georgia. He has served as a Congressman from Georgia's 5th congressional district, the United States Ambassador to the United Nations, and Mayor of Atlanta. He served as President of the National Council of Churches USA, was a member of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) during the 1960s Civil Rights Movement, and was a supporter and friend of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This week in Louisiana. Amite Oyster Festival March 18-20, 2022 13143 Wardline Rd. Amite LA 70422 Website Phone: 800-542-7520 We are excited to announce the Amite Oyster Festival will be back in the Spring of 2022. Mark your calendars now and plan on joining us for three great days of food, music, rides and much more. The Amite Oyster Festival is a one-of-a-kind festival. In the spring of every year this family fun fest attracts visitors from all over the country. Great music, great fun, and of course great oysters are waiting to be enjoyed in Amite, Louisiana. A full weekend festival includes music from Cajun, country, rock and roll, and reggae artists. When something is this good, why limit it to one weekend? The Amite Oyster Festival has grown to become a month long event for the Town of Amite City to celebrate the oyster industry, the Oyster Festival and the Town of Amite City. Come on out on a weekend before the fest, and you'll be treated to a shuckin' good time! Postcards from Louisiana. Will & the Foxhounds at the BMC Bar.Listen on iTunes.Listen on Google Play.Listen on Google Podcasts.Listen on Spotify.Listen on Stitcher.Listen on TuneIn.The Louisiana Anthology Home Page.Like us on Facebook.   

Defining Moments Podcast: Conversations about Health and Healing
Disrupting the Spiral of Silence: Loud Healing for Strong Black Women

Defining Moments Podcast: Conversations about Health and Healing

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2022 55:53


Asha Winfield, Assistant Professor in the Manship School of Mass Communication at Louisiana State University, joins guest host Dr. Jill Yamasaki to explore her journey as a Black woman scholar with uterine fibroids. Asha gets personal as she reflects on silences in Black families, the myth of the Strong Black Woman, and the importance of representation for envisioning otherwise. She calls for loud healing in scholarship, healthcare, and communities to diversify how we care for and write about Black women and other minoritized individuals with health disparities. You can read the article by Asha Winfield in Health Communication at: https://doi.org/10.1080/10410236.2020.1818959 You can view Asha's upcoming documentary on Black experiences with COVID-19 at: https://www.productionsbyasha.com/date

Here to Help
How can we navigate imposter syndrome and limiting beliefs at work?

Here to Help

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 44:13


Chris  speaks to  Dr. Chela White-Ramsey PhD, a Senior Training and Development Manager, Enterprise Client Engagement at IndeedA first-generation college graduate, Chela earned her Bachelor's degree and Master's degree from Louisiana State University and the University of West Florida, respectively. From there, she was awarded the prestigious Huel D. Perkins Fellowship and received her PhD in Human Resource Leadership from Louisiana State University.Hyams and White-Ramsey delve into how employees can navigate burnout, imposter syndrome and limiting beliefs like perfectionism, and we learn how pottery can teach you about your career and life. 

She Turned Entrepreneur
The Power of Trusting the Timing of Your Life with Dr. Karen Kaufman

She Turned Entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 22:11


If you are a parent, you know about the joy you feel when you watch your child achieve a difficult feat. We watch in awe as our children take their first steps, say their first words, or walk across their first stage in a cap and gown.But have you ever considered that our children feel the same way about us? As parents, guardians, and caregivers, children look to us to show them what is possible. So isn't it wonderful when they can watch us accomplish a challenging feat like launching our business? In this episode, I interviewed Dr. Karen Kaufman, a Board Certified Allergist Immunologist by day and Superhero by night. Not all superheroes wear capes -sometimes they wear military combat boots and lab coats. In January of 2020, Dr.Kaufman added another superpower to her arsenal - Entrepreneur by establishing Kaufman Allergy & Asthma Center. In this interview, she shares her experience, the benefits of entrepreneurship, and advice for entrepreneurs on the fence. Here are the top takeaways from this conversation:● Do it messy - If you're waiting for A perfect time to start a business, you'll be waiting forever.● Build a network of peers from whom you can draw inspiration and advice when you need it. Dr. Kaufman shares how her network became her sounding board in this interview.● There are so many benefits to investing in Business Coaching. Tune is as she shares her experience. Here's a quick look into the episode: ● [00:03:30] Get to know Dr. Karen Kaufman● [00:04:51] How did the military influence Dr. Kaufman's career trajectory?● [00:05:51] We've all second-guessed ourselves as we embark on this journey of entrepreneurship. Listen to our guest shares her inspiring journey built on her need to serve her clients. ● [00:08:30] How do you begin the process of opening a brick and mortar business during a pandemic? Dr. Kaufman shares her process. ● [00:11:10] The value of investing in Business Coaching led to a ROI of 350 clients! Dr. Kaufman shares the secrets to a successful launch. ● [00:13:00] Launching during Covid while homeschooling? Listen as we share the importance of support. ● [00:19:38] Despite building delays and staffing challenges, Dr. Kaufman shares how being an entrepreneur has made her happier in every area of her life. About Dr. Karen KaufmanDr. Karen Kaufman is an award-winning allergist-immunologist. She completed her internship and residency in the Internal Medicine Navy Medical Center in San Diego, California, and a fellowship at Louisiana State University.Connect with Dr. Karen Kaufman: Website| Instagram| Facebook

Museum of the Bible - The Podcast
Dr. Cheryl White - The Shroud of Turin

Museum of the Bible - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2022 28:56


Dr. Cheryl White, Professor of History at Louisiana State University talks about the history of the Shroud of Turin before it came to Turin, as well as her work as an advisor for the “Mystery and Faith: The Shroud of Turin” exhibition.

The Power Shift Podcast
Episode 25: The Power of Connection with Dr. Michelle Johnston

The Power Shift Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2022 34:35


Dr. Michelle K. Johnston is a management professor, executive coach, and leadership expert helping leaders achieve results through meaningful connections. She is an award-winning professor studying leadership and business communication, and her research has shown a clear link between a team's effective communication and its positive financial performance. Michelle is a celebrated keynote speaker presenting at conferences and events nationwide. She received her Ph.D. in Communication from Louisiana State University, and she was named to the prestigious 100 Coaches group, which consists of the top executive coaches around the world. Michelle serves as the Gaston Chair of Business at Loyola University New Orleans where she teaches in the graduate and undergraduate programs in the College of Business. She lives in her beloved city of New Orleans, Louisiana, with her daughter, Elizabeth. The Seismic Shift in Leadership is her first book In this episode, we discuss: Dr. Michelle's experience as a young professor trying to use power which disconnected her from her authentic self. The client stories spurred her to search for what was missing in traditional power structures.   What The Seismic Shift in Leadership is    What true power really is and why its a superpower   Dr. Michelle's approach to the new realities of a virtual workplace that are opportunities to connect with a team members and their burping babies, rambunctious dogs, and kitchen remodels The “Treat Me Like A Human” revolution she's starting Helping perfectionists learn that mistakes are acceptable and a surer path to innovation than perfection.   Listen in on this powerful episode of The Power Shift Podcast! Please let me know your thoughts! Connect with Dr. Michelle: Website: https://michellekjohnston.com/ Connect with Dr. Sharon Melnick Website: https://www.sharonmelnick.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sharonmelnick/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Words On Water
Words On Water #212: Kari Brisolara on the Growing Collaboration with the Public Health Sector

Words On Water

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2022 17:02


March 2, 2022 Kari Brisolara is Associate Professor of Environmental Health at Louisiana State University and Chair of the Disinfection … More