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Cuando los elefantes sueñan con la música
Cuando los elefantes sueñan con la música - Chano, Dantas y Hamilton - 15/11/22

Cuando los elefantes sueñan con la música

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 59:00


Del disco 'Chabem', de Chano Domínguez, Rubem Dantas y Hamilton de Holanda, los temas 'A mi padre' y 'Em nome da esperança' -ambos con participación de Michael League- y 'Carinhoso' -con Silvia Pérez Cruz-. Y Kurt Rosenwinkel con 'Just chillin' del disco 'Berlin baritone', Carmen Lundy con 'Spell of romance' y 'Reverence' de su 'Fade to black', Carmen Souza con 'My baby just cares' y 'Pata pata' de 'Interconnectedness' y Áurea Martins con 'Prece do Ó', 'Sem folhas não tem orixás' y 'Me curar de mim' de su disco 'Senhora das Folhas'. Escuchar audio

E Tem Mais
Cúpula do Clima: os desafios e as expectativas para a reta final da COP27

E Tem Mais

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 25:37


Neste episódio do E Tem Mais, Evandro Cini apresenta um balanço dos primeiros dias da Cúpula do Clima da ONU (COP27) e das expectativas e desafios que as discussões terão pela frente até 18 de novembro. A conferência teve início no último domingo (6), em Sharm El Sheikh, no Egito, e reúne mais de 30 mil delegados de cerca de 200 países em busca de acordo para ações que possam conter o aquecimento global. O encontro é uma oportunidade para que líderes mundiais revelem como esperam atingir as metas de redução de emissões de gases poluentes. A COP27 também será o primeiro compromisso no exterior do presidente eleito, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, depois da vitória nas urnas em 30 de outubro. A presença de Lula no Egito é encarada como o aceno de uma mudança na política ambiental do Brasil a partir do ano que vem, quando o novo governo toma posse. Para traçar um panorama do que está em jogo na Cúpula do Clima deste ano, participam deste episódio o enviado especial da CNN ao Egito Américo Martins e a pesquisadora Thelma Krug, vice-presidente do Painel Intergovernamental sobre Mudanças Climáticas (IPCC, na sigla em inglês), da ONU. Com apresentação de Evandro Cini, este podcast é produzido pela Maremoto para a CNN Brasil. Você também pode ouvir o E Tem Mais no site da CNN Brasil. E aproveite para conhecer os nossos outros programas em áudio. Acesse: cnnbrasil.com.br/podcasts.

Die Maus - Musik
St. Martins-Stimmung

Die Maus - Musik

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 31:58


Die Maus zum Hören - Lach- und Sachgeschichten. Heute: mit den Helikoptereltern, St. Martin, David Bowie, mit Marie und natürlich mit der Maus und dem Elefanten. Von Marie Güttge.

Crônicas de um Cuidado
Como quebrar ciclos de dor?

Crônicas de um Cuidado

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 27:12


Esse é o Crônicas de um Cuidado, um spin-off do Mamilos para sair do raso sobre saúde mental. O podcast é comandado por Cris Bartis e produzido por Ju Wallauer. Neste episódio, vamos contar a história da Camila, uma jovem que vivenciou uma separação complexa dos pais, mas entendeu que não precisa perpetuar ciclos de dor. Também ouvimos a psicóloga Analícia Martins de Sousa, autora do livro “Síndrome da Alienação Parental: um novo tema nos juízos de família”. Você pode ouvir o episódio no Globoplay ou na sua plataforma de áudio preferida.

Thrifter Sisters
What's selling on Poshmark - Docs and Loubs edition

Thrifter Sisters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 47:19


Here is a sneak peak Patreon episode. You can join Thrifter Sisters Patreon for $5 a month. You get 4 bonus episodes a month, access to Lindsey's consignment spreadsheet and a mastermind phone call each month with the sisters and the other Patrons. It's a real fun time. Join Patreon HEREJoin Vendoo today for 25% off your first month HERE The Level Up Podcast with Duayne Pearce I'm on a mission to create a new residential building industry...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify The Essential ReadsThe Essential Reads podcast is a collection of classic audiobooks from your favourite...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

blerds r us
263 Martins First MCM Comic-Con & Black Adam

blerds r us

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 115:50


What we've been up to Ace Andoh 7, 8, 9 Exception Tales of the jedi Black Adam Minions and more Floor is lava Enhancement Big mouth S6

Sopi Mix
‘Mi no a scoge p'e'- Mary Joan Foundation ta combersa cu Wellness Coach Rosetta Martins Breast Cancer Survivor Maricella Tromp over di Prevencion

Sopi Mix

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 42:22


‘Mi no a scoge p'e'. Un podcast over di e malesa di Cancer.E siman aki Mary Joan Foundation ta combersa cu Wellness Coach Rosetta Martins Breast Cancer Survivor Maricella Tromp over di Prevencion  Hunto nos ta yuda conscientisa e importancia di deteccion na tempo. Inspira otro y sina con ta haci e examinacion propio na cas.Por wak e tambe via e link: https://youtu.be/dcxD8J032lk#sopimixstudio #sopimix #cancer #health #podcast  #islandlife #islandvibe #onehappyisland Support the show

Angel and Z Podcast
Ep.119-EARSNOT IRAK / Kunle Martins

Angel and Z Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 72:28


EARSNOT IRAK / Kunle Martins is an artist & graffiti writer who founded IRAK; a pinnacle of New York's writing history recognized worldwide as a graffiti crew of the highest caliber. With EARSNOT at the helm, IRAK went on to change the face of New York graffiti, art and fashion. EARSNOT is a legendary figure whose life has been filled with rises and falls, from being involved in pivotal moments within NY culture, making history and showing immense skill in his art and drawings, to living homeless on the streets, spending time in jail and present reflections on self. In this episode, he speaks on racking as a full time job with REHAB, his drawing practice, showing his face, IRAK history and more. Available now on Our Website, Youtube, iTunes and Spotify. http://patreon.com/angelandzpodcasthttp://artprimo.comhttp://instagram.com/artprimo

Union Radio
Román Lozinski || La diseñadora Nabel Martins: Mi primer sueldo en moda no me lo pagaron, era un vestido de cortejos

Union Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 17:37


Nabel Martins, diseñadora de modas, aseguró que no le pagaron su primer sueldo en moda. Explicó que era un vestido para un cortejo del cual nunca recibió el pago. «Yo soy servidora de corazón y diseñadora de modas de profesión, yo necesito que la persona se sienta y se vea agradada» añadió Martins indicó que empezó a dibujar muy chiquita en clases del colegio y luego diseñó varios vestidos de 15 años para sus amigas. También te puede interesar: Nabel Martins muestra los detalles del vestido que usará la Virgen de la Candelaria a 315 años de su coronación «Me llamaba mucho la atención la alegría que le suministra a la gente vestir piezas que le generan confianza» acotó. Volviendo a sus orígenes, destacó que su primer sueldo no relacionado a la carrera fue vendiendo sándwiches en el colegio. «Mi familia siempre se ha dedicado al comercio de comida y yo llevaba los desayunos más ricos al colegio, un día me robaron el mío así que decidí empezar a venderlos, tenía 10 años» señaló. La diseñadora recordó que fue muy natural y su papá le dijo que guardara el dinero que ganaba.

LiftingLindsay's More Than Fitness
Try Something New - Try Starting at Maintenance

LiftingLindsay's More Than Fitness

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 34:55 Very Popular


Before we talk about why I love the maintenance approach and why I think you should give it a try, I want to talk about social media. I am officially as of now on Tiktok (I know). I'm not sure how I feel about it and I know I'm not the only one who has their issues when it comes to social media. Especially with the generation growing up on it, it has the potential to be super toxic. I'll keep you updated on my Tiktok use but wanted to share my thoughts before I dove into this important topic. As far as maintenance, I want to share why I love the maintenance approach, give you a client example, and share an interesting study on maintenance calories and weight loss.Time Stamps:(0:16) Big Things Are Happening Over Here!(0:49) I'm Officially on TikTok and My Thoughts on Social Media(8:10) What Are Your Thoughts?(9:50) A Calorie Deficit(13:11) Why I Love the Maintenance Approach(14:20) Susan Client Example(20:48) Losing Weight and Maintenance(21:45) An Interesting Study(22:50) Recommendation(34:08) Let Me Know If You Have Any Questions!---------------------*NEW* The BeStrong fitness and health learning portal is now up and running! I'm so excited about it! If you have enjoyed my podcasts you are going to LOVE BeStrong. It is filled with lessons to help you… - learn the basics of nutrition, including, Energy balance, reversing, fat loss phases, Building,  and how to choose and set up each fitness phase.- Training lessons to help you get the most out of your training- My favorite recipes - BeStrong is included with your training app membership. Sign up HEREStudy cited in show Martins, C., et al., Metabolic adaptation is not a major barrier to weight-loss maintenance. Am J Clin Nutr, 2020. 112(3): p. 558-565.LiftingLindsay Macro Calculator Macro Calculator Guide

Gearhunks
Ep. 183 - Dusties

Gearhunks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 64:52


Would a custom bespoke instrument make more of an impact with a relative beginner or a seasoned veteran?This week the buds dive deep into some fresh gear and some fresh gear thoughts, but what else is new?Also discussed: Warm Audio's new Centavo and Zendrive clones, Avid with a major refresh to the Mbox, a new Tech21 Geddy Lee signature SansAmp, Danelectro Longhorns and baritones having a moment, Motley Crue news, vintage Martins in New Zealand, Moogerfooger updates, Gibson suing Dean (again), and Spacehog.Time for a nightcast, a Gearbuds nightcast.

Made of Mettle
Dr. Marcia Martins Speaks On Being A Heart-Healer While Working Through Trauma With Divine Support and Angelic Guidance

Made of Mettle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 36:40


Dr. Marcia Martin, M.Ed., Ph.D.Angel Heart Healing with The Heart HealerHeal Your Heart, Transform Your Life!--Click Here to Schedule A Chat With Me About Sharing Your Story on the Podcast!Click Here to Sign Up For the Weekly Newsletter!The Host's Email

Rádio Gaúcha
Coronel Pereira Martins, Do Comando Rodoviario Da Brigada Militar - 31/10/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 8:02


Coronel Pereira Martins, Do Comando Rodoviario Da Brigada Militar - 31/10/2022 by Rádio Gaúcha

40 Watt Podcast
S2E23 - Guitar Hunting with Jeremy Sheppard

40 Watt Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 78:56


Jeremy Sheppard has built a reputation as being an expert in the acoustic guitar world - not just in buying and selling but his knowledge of vintage Martins and Gibsons and their contemporary boutique builders is unparalleled. I've been lucky to have him on the podcast a few times now and each time is an absolute treat. I'm thankful to call him a friend and I'm sure you're going to enjoy this episode with him as we talk about wild road stories, learning to build guitars, and the perils of content creation!Find Jeremy Sheppard on:Internet: https://www.jeremytheguitarhunter.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jeremytheguitarhunter/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx2eeVX04jN3Ki1u74ehLIwSupport the show at: https://www.patreon.com/40wattpodcast/​Find guitar lessons on TrueFire (remember to use code 40WATT): https://bit.ly/3t0v1ZdFind all of the podcast links at:https://www.linktr.ee/40wattpodcasthttps://www.40wattpodcast.com/40 Watt Merchandise: https://40-watt-merch.creator-spring.com/Reverb Affiliate link: https://reverb.grsm.io/phillipcarter5480StringJoy Affiliate link: https://stringjoy.com/partner/fortywatt/Amazon Affiliate link: https://www.amazon.com/40wattSubscribe to the channel and give a like – also find us in audio format wherever you listen to podcasts and leave us a review and share us with your friends.TrueFire Affiliate LInkLearn. Practice. Play. - with TrueFire! You can use code 40WATT at checkout to receive 40% off your first or next TrueFire purchase. Patreon SupportYou can support the podcast by going to our Patreon page and becoming a supporter for as little as $5/month. Thank you for your support!Support the show

The Commerce Connection Podcast
Real Estate Talk With the Martins

The Commerce Connection Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 33:02


In the 20th episode of the Commerce Connection Podcast, Jake sits down with Wayne and Fredericka (AKA Freddie)  Martin of Windermere Real Estate in Redding to talk about the housing and real estate market, interest rates, and more! The Martins share their keen insight gained in their nearly 30 years of experience in real estate as well as some of their personal story. We hope you'll listen in! 

Aging Angst and Alleluias
18. More Than Music with Dave Clark

Aging Angst and Alleluias

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 30:11


It's a known fact that singing and music therapy can be used as a treatment for the improvement of cognitive function in people with dementia. On a basic level, songs, hymns and interactive music connect in ways that can't always be explained. Special guest, Dave Clark, a prominent songwriter and storyteller, shares his heart on this episode about his experience within his family navigating Alzheimers. You will love his story of "Alice and Bill" and the song he crafted for his family. Listen here on YouTube: https://youtu.be/LVeBvU7KfvM Dave says every song has a story and well-known artists like Rascal Flatts, Larnelle Harris, Sandi Patty, Steve Green, 4HIM, Al Denson, Point of Grace, Phillips, Craig & Dean, Glen Campbell, Donny Osmond, CeCe Winans, Michael Crawford, The Martins, and others - know the power of his songs and lyrics. But his most heart-felt quote says it all, "Although I don't write many story songs, nearly every song has a story. I am in the process of writing them down so my kids will have them." For those suffering from dementia or Alzheimer's, story set to music can be incredibly healing not only for the loved one, but also for the caregiving family. www.daveclarkwrites.com www.verandaministries.org

Rádio Gaúcha
SM de Negócios: Gilmar Martins, Parque Oásis

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 19:07


Naion Curcino conversa com o empresário Gilmar Luiz Martins, sócio da Construtora Itaara, sobre a reabertura do Parque Oásis e a construção do Itaara Reserve.

Rádio Companhia
#218 - Bate-papo sobre "Via Ápia", novo livro de Geovani Martins

Rádio Companhia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 35:57


Neste episódio da Rádio Companhia, o apresentador Paulo Junior conversa com Geovani Martins sobre "Via Ápia", o novo livro do carioca. Depois de estrear na literatura com a coletânea de contos O sol na cabeça e alçar de imediato a condição de ponta de lança da ficção brasileira, com forte repercussão internacional, sendo publicado por grandes editoras em mais de dez países, Geovani Martins publica seu primeiro romance – Via Ápia. Nesta engenhosa narrativa sobre os impactos da instalação da UPP (Unidade de Polícia Pacificadora) na vida dos moradores da Rocinha, a trama é dividida em três partes: a expectativa com relação à invasão; a ruidosa instalação da UPP; e a silenciosa partida da polícia e a retomada dos bailes funk que fazem o chão da favela tremer. Em capítulos curtos, que trazem perspectivas cruzadas, o narrador nos conduz pelas vidas dos cinco jovens protagonistas – suas paixões, amizades, dramas pessoais, ambições, frustrações, sonhos e pesadelos. Ouça o episódio em seu tocador de podcast favorito! E não esqueça de ler o livro, é claro.

Take it from the Iron Woman - Trailer
Ep. 328 - Mariana Martins - Toy Designer for Drools

Take it from the Iron Woman - Trailer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 14:12


Follow her journey: Instagram: @droolstoys / Twitter: @droolstoys  www.susannemueller.biz Instagram: susanne_mueller_nyc / take_it_from_the_ironwomanYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHuxdEscM0y0IQIFsRhVqDA 

Murder Murder News - The Listen Edition
The Murder of Elizabeth Olten

Murder Murder News - The Listen Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 68:29


Elizabeth Olten was just 9 years old when she disappeared from her neighborhood in St. Martins, MO on October 21st, 2009. Authorities were puzzled as to how this sweet girly-girl could have vanished so suddenly, and so close to home. The community quickly assembled to perform an all-out search of the woods nearby to where she was last seen playing with a friend.  She was found brutally murdered in a shallow grave two days later. The whole community was shaken when an unlikely suspect was accused of luring Elizabeth to her death. Writing and research by Aurora Cady.Original music and audio production by Louis Levesque.For inquiries: louis14levesque@gmail.comF O L L O W  U S ! ! !I N S T A G R A M -- @murdermurdernewsT W I T T E R --  @mmurdernewsF A C E B O O K -- https://www.facebook.com/mmntruecrime/T I K T O K -- @murdermurdernewsY O U T U B E -- MurderMurder NewsJoin our Facebook Group | to chat about true crime, and to join our virtual book club!Join us on the Picnic app | to chat with us about the cases that fascinate you!Use our link to sign up for 25% off Nuna - Our fave app for mental well-being!Check out MurderMurder.news for the latest breaking true crime news!For business inquiries: murdermurdernews@gmail.com---LINKS + SOURCES:https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/name/elizabeth-olten-obituary?pid=134907883https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42tV6oM48NQhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42tV6oM48NQ https://www.newspapers.com/image/810786508/?terms=Elizabeth%20Olten&match=1https://www.newspapers.com/image/558934800/?terms=Elizabeth%20Olten&match=1https://www.newspapers.com/image/558936176/?terms=Elizabeth%20Olten&match=1https://kileystruecrime.squarespace.com/kileystruecrimeaddict-blog/the-murder-of-elizabeth-olten https://www.thecriminaljournal.com/elizabeth-olten-the-murder-of-a-9-year-old-girl-by-her-teenage-neighbor-alyssa-bustamante-who-buried-her-body-in-a-shallow-grave/https://www.cbsnews.com/news/elizabeth-oltens-body-found-after-two-day-search-for-missing-cole-county-missouri-girl/https://www.cbsnews.com/news/prosecutor-alyssa-bustamante-killed-elizabeth-olten-because-she-wanted-to-know-what-it-felt-like/https://www.wmbfnews.com/story/11997294/16-year-old-accused-of-killing-for-the-thrill/ https://www.ibtimes.com/elizabeth-olten-timeline-retracing-alyssa-bustamante-murder-case-407826https://www.crimeandinvestigation.co.uk/shows/kids-who-kill-evil-up-close/alyssa-bustamantehttps://ssristories.org/prozac-may-have-set-off-teen-killer-defense-team-says-nbc-news/http://archive.boston.com/news/nation/articles/2012/02/14/muddy_clothes_shovel_seized_from_mo_teen_killer/ https://tinyurl.com/vf8k3pj3https://ssristories.org/prozac-may-have-set-off-teen-killer-defense-team-says-nbc-news/ https://krcgtv.com/news/local/judge-blocks-bustamantes-confession-and-allows-her-to-be-moved-from-jail https://allthatsinteresting.com/alyssa-bustamante Support the show

Arte Academia Podcast
171. Luciano Martins. Figurativo Pop

Arte Academia Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 31:44


Entrevista com o Luciano Martins para o Arte Academia Podcast. O Luciano contou sobre sua história e o formato de vender arte através de galeria própria ou licenciamento. O post 171. Luciano Martins. Figurativo Pop apareceu primeiro em Arte Academia.

Rádio Comercial - O Homem que Mordeu o Cão, Temporada 3
Não tenho nada, não tive tempo de escrever nada, houve um acidente na A5, não tive o meu tempo no café Martins, é tudo um desastre

Rádio Comercial - O Homem que Mordeu o Cão, Temporada 3

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022


Mulher caverna, pedidos de casamento e aparição de imagens em comida

Phantom Electric Ghost
Phantom Electric Ghost Interviews Martin Theis

Phantom Electric Ghost

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 62:58


Phantom Electric Ghost Interviews Martin Theis Biography Martin grew up in a small town along the Rhine River in Germany. He started his coaching practice, Light Trails Co., after a decade of exploring non-ordinary and ordinary reality. The tools and teachings he uses are a combination of disciplines he learned from his teachers yet the strongest foundation lies within the Medicine Wheel and the art of shamanic journeying. Martins home bases are almost in exact opposition on the globe. Captain Cook, HI and Cologne Germany. Webpage: https://lighttrails.co/ My website offers an abundance of resources and gives the opportunity to book an intro call, as well as webinars and courses. Donate to support PEG free artist interviews PayPalMe link Any contribution is appreciated: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/PhantomElectric?locale.x=en_US Support PEG by checking out our Sponsors: Download and use Newsly for free now from www.newsly.me or from the link in the description, and use promo code GH0ST and receive a 1-month free premium subscription. Check out The Charity Focused Philanthropic Online Lottery Visit DoubeJack.online  https://found.ee/DoubleJackOnlinePhantomElectricGhost Get paying guests on your Podcast: https://podmatch.com/signup/phantomelectricghost --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/phantom-electric/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/phantom-electric/support

The Michael Brooks Show
TMBS ReAir 69 - Interview With Lula's Attorney: #LulaLivre ft. Vanessa A Bee & Valeska Martins

The Michael Brooks Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 95:23


TMBS 69 aired on December 18th, 2018. Episode summary: We talk about the migrant caravan and how it shows what human solidarity, hope, and a possibility for emancipatory politics. Shoutout to the Climate Extinction Project, a group fighting for our future. Current Affairs Editor Vanessa A Bee (@dolladollabillie) joins us to talk about the ongoing Yellow Vest movement and French politics. During the GEM, David breaks down the coming rate hikes and why the real power in our economy lies in wealth not income. Michael interviews Lula's attorney Valeska Martins about #LulaLivre and the future of Brazil. TMBS ReAirs come out every Tuesday here and on The Michael Brooks Show YouTube Channel. This program has been put together by The Michael Brooks Legacy Project. To learn more and rewatch the postgame content visit https://www.patreon.com/TMBS

Expresso - Comissão Política
O orçamento tipo Xanax mas com alguma cafeína

Expresso - Comissão Política

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 50:32


Este é um orçamento prudente, tipo Xanax para não acordar os mercados, mas com a cafeína das ajudas. E Fernando Medina é um social-democrata da direita da esquerda do PS. Mas o OE devia ter mais investimento? Ou as políticas de ajuda a famílias e empresas fazem contravapor às decisões do BCE? Este é um episódio de fusão da "Comissão Política" com o "Money, Money, Money" - os podcasts de política e de economia do Expresso - a propósito do Orçamento do Estado, com os comentários de João Vieira Pereira, diretor do Expresso, David Dinis, diretor-adjunto, João Silvestre, editor de Economia, e Eunice Lourenço, editora de Política, com a moderação de Vítor Matos. A sonoplastia é de João Martins e a ilustração de Tiago Pereira Santos.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

This is Actually Real (Estate)
HGTV & Me! (w/ JP Martins) - Ep.07

This is Actually Real (Estate)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 46:27


This week, Samantha sits down with her long-time friend, JP Martins, to talk about what it's like being a broker in The City (Chicago), coming from a background in hospitality and being featured on not one, but three episodes of HGTV's "House Hunters"!

Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts » Fr. Timothy Gallagher
HIDT2- Conference 2 – Hope in Difficult Times with Fr. Timothy Gallagher – Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts » Fr. Timothy Gallagher

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 59:33


In Conference 2, Fr. Gallagher continues reading from the letters of St. Zelie to her brother, Isidore and sister-in-law, Celine. He also provides further historical context, as the Martins must deal with incoming war and economic strife resulting from it. The post HIDT2- Conference 2 – Hope in Difficult Times with Fr. Timothy Gallagher – Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts appeared first on Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts.

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
HIDT2- Conference 2 – Hope in Difficult Times with Fr. Timothy Gallagher – Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 59:33


In Conference 2, Fr. Gallagher continues reading from the letters of St. Zelie to her brother, Isidore and sister-in-law, Celine. He also provides further historical context, as the Martins must deal with incoming war and economic strife resulting from it. The post HIDT2- Conference 2 – Hope in Difficult Times with Fr. Timothy Gallagher – Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts appeared first on Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts.

The Discernment of Spirits and many other teachings of St. Ignatius of Loyola with Fr. Timothy Gallagher
HIDT2- Conference 2 – Hope in Difficult Times with Fr. Timothy Gallagher – Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts

The Discernment of Spirits and many other teachings of St. Ignatius of Loyola with Fr. Timothy Gallagher

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 59:33


In Conference 2, Fr. Gallagher continues reading from the letters of St. Zelie to her brother, Isidore and sister-in-law, Celine. He also provides further historical context, as the Martins must deal with incoming war and economic strife resulting from it. The post HIDT2- Conference 2 – Hope in Difficult Times with Fr. Timothy Gallagher – Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts appeared first on Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts.

The Valley Today
NW Works: Hiring People with Disabilities

The Valley Today

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 34:42


We recorded part of today's conversation on Thursday, September 22, 2022, with Ellie Williams Tahmaseb, Marketing and Public Relations Manager at NW Works, and Mark Wafer, a disability advocate and former owner of 14 Tim Horton restaurants. Mark was slated to be the keynote speaker for a disability employment conference on Monday, October 17, 2022, hosted by NW Works. The conference was canceled on Tuesday, September 27, 2022. The conversation we originally had is full of great information, so we decided to keep as much of it as we could. Today's show is a combination of that conversation as well as an additional chat that took place with Ellie on Wednesday, October 5, 2022. In addition, I've included the entire transcript of our conversation below as well. Reach out to NW Works via their website: https://nwworks.com/ and follow them on Facebook. janet: Hello and welcome to the Valley today. I am your host, Janet Michael, before we jump into the weeds with our conversation today, I wanna give everyone who's listening a little bit of background, so we recorded part of today's conversation a couple of weeks ago. I'm on the screen for a second time because she's so gracious to give me more of her time. Ellie Williams Tahmaseb is here with me. She's the marketing and public relations manager at NW Works. We talked a couple of weeks ago, Ellie, you joined me on the screen along with Mark Wafer. And Mark is a disability advocate and one of my favorite things, former owner of 14 Tim Horton restaurants, which makes him very near and dear to my heart. We were talking because he was going to be coming to town for a conference, a disability employment conference that NW Works was putting together that was supposed to happen in a couple of weeks. That has changed, but I felt like this information was still valid, good information that we needed to get out to employers and to the community. So thank you for coming and talking about it. Outside of conference terms, I appreciate your time. ellie: Very happy to be here, Janet. Thanks for being flexible as we kind of figure out this, new path forward. janet: and you were telling me before we just started recording that October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month. So of course we had to make sure we were able to use this conversation in some way shape or form.   ellie: very timely. That's what we strive for. janet: you're not having the conference now, but that doesn't really change anything from the perspective of the services that you offer and the need for employees that are available through NW works through a whole host of other types of organizations that offer employment opportunities for people with disabilities? ellie: Definitely. Even with the conference being canceled, we still see a huge need in our community, both on the employer side, so many people are hiring right now, and on the adults with disabilities side, we have, One in four Americans practically has a disability of some sort. In Virginia that's a little bit lower in West Virginia, that's a little bit higher. but really, so many of us know adults with disabilities, children with disabilities, adolescents with disabilities, and the services that we offer at NW works really focus around employment, community engagement, and ensuring that adults with disabilities have an opportunity to build a meaningful community-based life, whether that's through employment and working for local businesses, or that's through community engagement, volunteering with local nonprofits and things like that. But really just making sure that folks are integrated and have as many opportunities as they want because. Just like anyone else, adults with disabilities deserve to have as many opportunities as possible. janet: It was a really good conversation that we had with Mark, and that's gonna be interspersed throughout the conversation that we're having now. But there were a lot of things that he said that I knew, but coming from him. It made so much more sense. It really was an eye-opening conversation that we had with him. ellie: Absolutely. I think there are a lot of myths around disability employment, right? People think that adults with disabilities might not be as productive, attendance will be an issue, transportation, and also just people are sometimes uncomfortable around disability. They don't know how to talk to folks with disabilities. They might feel afraid, they might feel shameful about the fact that they feel uncomfortable. And so these were all things that we were going to be addressing in our conference. And we still want to make that available to folks. So we're sort of figuring out a path forward in terms of getting that information out to folks. But, our agency does this year-round, We don't just do it in October. Although we would love for more folks to get involved in National Disability Employment Awareness Month, there is such a need in our community. And like I said, these services are available year round. We offer information for employers. We offer information for families. We offer information for individuals with disabilities. We offer job coaching, which is a no-cost solution for employers who perhaps don't know how to interact with folks with disabilities or for individuals who need a little bit of extra support on the job. And so that's something that we offer, and again, it's no cost to the employers. So really there's nothing but benefits when they choose to hire folks through our agency or agencies like ours. janet: Mark, we won't keep you, I promise you can get back to your conference. mark: Oh no. I'd rather stay here. Trust me. I love your background there with all the coffee. janet: Thank you. I thought with your background at Tim Horton's, you of all people would appreciate my coffee background. mark: Actually, coffee has been a topic of discussion all day today because in the morning break, the hotel forgot to put coffee out. So we got 450 delegates, who really did need caffeinating and, no coffee, so that didn't go over too well. So it has been a topic all day. janet: I catch a fair amount of grief from people for the amount of coffee I drink, and when I go to things that are all day, they get a little annoyed with me that I have to leave to go get more coffee if they don't provide it throughout the day. So Ellie, let's start with NW Works. For someone who isn't familiar with the organization here in Winchester, tell me a little bit about NW Works and the services that you provide. ellie: NW Works as a nonprofit organization here in Winchester. We've been around since 1970 and our goal all along has been to help adults with disabilities to gain and maintain meaningful employment. That has shifted over the years from in-house work here at our location to now most of the folks that we serve actually work in the community at what we call competitive integrated employment, which is a fancy term for just employment that anybody else would hold. Working in the community alongside disabled and non-disabled individuals with no barriers, no stigma, and being paid fairly just like everybody. So that's really our focus and we've been doing that, like I said, since 1970 all over Winchester, but also more broadly through Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland. janet: And you serve a wide range of people with disabilities, Male, female, young, old, it runs the gamut. ellie: We serve folks predominantly with intellectual and developmental disabilities, but we also work with individuals who have physical disabilities. Folks who may be blind or vision impaired, folks who may have spinal injuries. If you have a disability, we wanna find a way to help you. janet: Tell me why this conference, the disability employment making the business case, was something you felt like NW Works needed to bring to the public. ellie: We've been doing this since 1970, we really have seen the whole range of responses from society about disability, employment, and really disability inclusion in our society. We know that about one in four Americans has a disability and really we're sort of all on the path to, at some point in time, having a disability of some form, as we age, accidents happen, things like that. So this is a huge portion of the population that's being left out of the workforce, whether that's intentionally or unintentionally. And a lot of these folks want to work just like anybody else. So we really recognize that there is a huge barrier and part of that barrier is that employers may feel uncomfortable or may not know how to interact with individuals with disabilities. They may be nervous about interviewing a candidate. They don't know how to act, they don't know how to talk about disability. and we really want them to understand that those fears, concerns, can be alleviated. We also want them to know that there are so many different incentives to hire individuals with disabilities, from tax incentives, from the government to, job coaching and free vocational rehabilitation services. Again, through the government, through agencies like NW Works. So there are plenty of ways that folks can actually make those hires and include folks with disabilities and they don't have to be huge, costly endeavor. janet: Mark, when you participate in conferences and meetings like this, what are some of the big misconceptions that people ask you about over and over again that you wish you could just address and they wouldn't keep coming back up again? mark: That's a great question because we do see the same concerns come up, the same questions, based on fear. It's all based on fear. So Ellie, very eloquently, spoke about the fears that business owners have. It's real. 25% of the population, globally is disabled. And you look at the unemployment rates it's as high as 70%. Most countries have statistics around 50% but that doesn't include anybody who has not had marketplace attachment. So if you've never worked, if you've never paid taxes, you can't be counted in unemployment numbers. So that number anecdotally is probably closer to 70%. You put that into perspective, the highest that the unemployment rate went through North America was 1933 during a Great Depression, and it was 24. So here we are, people with disabilities. One in every four people in North America living a perpetual depression because they can't find work. And that comes down to stereotypes, the myths and misperceptions that business owners largely believe in wholesale. People with disabilities, they are gonna be slower, take more time off, they're gonna be sick more often. Expensive accommodations. Businesses believe that it costs 15 to $20,000 to accommodate somebody with disability. No, it doesn't. Most people with disabilities don't even require an accommodation, and the average cost is somewhere between four and 500 if they actually need it. What we need to teach employers is that you're already accommodating everybody. Everybody, every person who worked for you, accommodating them in some way. So its not this big mystery, but what we have to do is we have to change the approach. Up until recently, the approach, especially for people with intellectual disabilities has been one of charity. You approach an employer, you target their heart strings and they find a job for person. That's not a sustainable plan. In some jurisdictions, like where I live here in Ontario, we have an accessibility act. And so sometimes we look at policy and say to employees, Oh, by law you have to hire people with disabilities, that doesn't work. But if we can appeal to employers into something that they understand, which is profitability, which is bottom line, if we can appeal to them on that, then you've got a chance of opening the door. And what I mean by that is appealing to the cost cutting. Ellie mentioned incentives. There are some incentives, but those are American centric. You won't see that elsewhere in the world. But use the statistics from my business, statistics from companies in the United States like Pepsi, DuPont the paint maker, who have built capacity of people with disabilities. And so they have these statistics now. For example, absenteeism rates are much lower if you have workers with disabilities, they're sick less often. They take less time off. They're late less often. The reason for that is because it takes so long for them to get a job. The job is now precious and they'll do everything they can to make sure that the boss doesn't think I'm coming in late every day. mark: The safety rating increases. If you take a person like me, deaf, I've been deaf since birth. I'm more aware of my surroundings. Of course in the workplace, that means I'm a safer worker. So when you build capacity, safety ratings, get better. And of course there's a cost associated with that. Innovation factor. You got an innovation factor. People with disabilities like myself, I do things differently every day. You probably wouldn't even notice it, but there's certain nuances of what I do that's different and it's different problem solving skills that creates innovation, not just hiring smart people. People who have different problem solving skills. mark: So if you built capacity in your business with that, then you have a more innovative workforce. And then for some employers, especially retail, who want to get a big savings is employee turnover. If you built capacity with people with disabilities, you typically have a much lower turnover than somebody in the same business who hasn't. For us, it was a difference. So 100% in a typical, coffee shop to 40% in our coffee shops, and you can imagine, $4,000 to replace one entry level person and how much money I saved by having an inclusive workforce. And it's infectious too because, I've employed 250 workers with disabilities in 25 years, but at any given time, about 50 of my 250 workers had a disability. The 200 who didn't have a disability, they're turnover rate was 55%. So still half the norm because people, even people who are not disabled, wanna be included. They wanna be working in an inclusive environment, so it has a huge overall, improvement all around. So when we speak to employers like that, we say to them, Hey, you wanna make some more money today. Have you made enough money this week? Of course they're gonna say, tell me more. That's how you get them interested in, inclusivity. janet: I've had several conversations in the last few months with many of the economic development directors in and around our area talking about workforce development, talking about labor shortages, and a lot of things that they're hearing from employees and employers is not always about the paycheck, but it's some of the things that you're talking about here. Inclusivity. They wanna work for an employer that they feel like includes everyone. This checks so many boxes that could eliminate other problems down the road. mark: We also have to eliminate the myths and misperceptions in the stereotypes. one of the things we did about 10 years ago is that – this is before everybody got a smartphone - we sent out a survey to 40 CEOs, and we asked them a series of questions. One of the questions was how large is the disability community in Canada? The real answer is 23.4%, the average number that came back from those 40 CEOs, the average number that came back was 1%. Here are people who set the tone and set the intent within a corporation who believe that only one in a hundred people in the community has a disability. So we've gotta knock down those misperceptions. It's the same with the one I told you about with accommodation. $15,000 when the reality is about 400 bucks if they actually need that. Touching on the labor shortage, most developed nations in the world have a very serious labor shortage. Some countries more than others. mark: In Canada, we were heading for this for the last 15 years, so the pandemic has just made it worse, but it was inevitable. We've got an aging population. We have a small population. Population of Canada is about the same as the population of California, for example. We have a vast country. We don't have very many people in it. The infrastructure to bring people from other countries – immigration - we can't go beyond 275,000 people year yet we have almost a million and half jobs that can't be filled. So we've got an untapped labor force. We've got 5.6 million Canadians who are disabled. At least 70 to 75% of them can work, but they're not working only because they have a disability. So we've gotta change those attitudes. janet: Ellie, I think here in our area, it would really kind of have a snowball effect. When you have three or four businesses like Trex for example, that brings in a group of disabled workers and talk about it. I think that's where we sometimes fall down. They're doing it, but they're not telling anybody about it and how easy it was and busting some of those misconceptions. You need more people to do it, and then more people to talk about how seamless it was. ellie: Absolutely Janet, Trex is already doing this work and are able to talk about this. Because we know that our business leaders, our hiring managers, our HR professionals, they wanna hear from their peers. Mark is one of their peers. He is a former business owner. He gets it. He understands the turnover rates and the needs and the cost of hiring and things like that. His case is gonna always carry a little bit more than ours as a nonprofit will. And I totally understand that. And Janet, one thing I do wanna add is that when Mark and I talk about disability in this context, we're talking about it in the Americans with Disabilities Act framework as opposed to the Social Security framework. So these are not necessarily folks that are receiving disability benefits from the government, but who have a documented disability by a medical professional. So that's just a little clarification. janet: I think that's one of the confusing parts as well when you're talking to employers is they're not even sure what the actual definition of a disability is and who they can and cannot hire if they were willing to do so. mark: Employers learn. Employers learn. You learn by making mistakes and that's okay. In Canada, you're not allowed to ask if they have a disability. It's against the law. If you're doing an interview and a person has not self-identified as having a disability, by law, you can't ask them. But what we used do, we used to say in the first interview, we used to say, “You are going to be working with a large group of disabled workers. How do you feel about that?” So the response, typically, the response typically is, “Oh, that's great. my brother's in a wheelchair, my aunt's blind, my sister, my, my cousins …” And so you really get a sense of whether that person is gonna fit, be part of the family in the restaurant. We do the same again when we're promoting because we normally promote from within. And most of my managers started off as entry level positions, “You are going to be managing people with a disability. How do you feel about that?” And it's so rare that we would have a negative response. We did, but it was very rare that somebody would give you a negative response. That's the tone and that's the intent. I'm setting it. I'm the owner of the business. I'm setting that tone of intent so everybody in that management team knows this is how we operate. To your point about a snowball effect, we had a tremendous amount of success even by the late nineties. We had a tremendous amount of success and we were getting quite a bit of media attention for what we were doing. And I received a phone call from a gentleman who owned an independent grocery store in a small town, about an hour away from me, and he says, “Mark, I saw what you're doing. I can't get staff. The town he lives in is sort of a resort town, and so people only came in the summer or Christmas, and so he couldn't find workers for this store. He says, “How do I go about hiring somebody with disabilities?” So I put him in touch with a local agency similar to what Ellie and her people do. mark: He hired one person. After a couple months, that person was his best employee. He started hiring more people with disabilities. It became so important to him that he started talking about it. He's a golfer and every time he played golf with local business people, he would say, “You need to do this.” So the hardware store, the liquor store … so that's what happens. The other point that's important, and Ellie touched on this, my voice carries more than Ellie's does on this subject at the business level because businesses speak to each other. They speak the same language, peer to peer. I'm just a small business owner, but I could sit in a room with the CEO of General Motors, for example, and we could have a conversation that would make sense where with the social service sector, that's really not gonna happen. Businesses like mine are scared of people like Ellie. Not really Ellie. But yes, we're scared of people like you. Cause we don't know. We don't understand. We don't know what makes you tick. And when you come to meet with us and you've got these ideas - which are brilliant – we're just thinking what's this gonna cost me? I don't trust this person. But when it comes from me, oh, this makes sense. Mark's talking about making more money. Wow. I really have to listen to this. So that's why it's so important that when Ellie put this conference together, that she's bringing in someone like myself or others who have done this and talk about it from a business point of view. janet: And this isn't something that is only meant for large companies and large industries. I know Trex was going to be someone who spoke on one of the panels that you were intending to have, but it's not just companies the size of Trex. There are a wide range of businesses in our community right now that are employing people with disabilities. ellie: Absolutely. We have everything from Acorn Behavioral Health has our folks there. We have folks with Martins. They have been a great partner for us. Monoflo Melnor, Oak Stone Pizzeria has a young gentleman working there. Pho Bistro in Creekside, which actually used to be Firefly, so it's a perfect pairing; they've had a gentleman who worked at Firefly working at their location since they opened practically, so really it's not just the big names, but everything from small mom and pop shops to large organizations can benefit from employees with disabilities. janet: Do you find, Mark, that you have to talk to your smaller businesses in a different way than you would some of your larger businesses and industries like Trex? If you are talking to a mom and pop place that maybe only has 10 employees or even five or six, do you have to come at that from a different angle or with different information? mark: Not really. The conversation is the same. The conversation about the value that a person with a disability brings to the workplace is the same. But the changes they can make much quicker in a mom and pop. For example, I can have a meeting with my manager and say “You know what? Monday morning we're gonna start this. This is what we're gonna do Monday morning.” And on Monday morning it happens. When the General Motors CEO says “We're gonna start this Monday morning.” That's not gonna happen, right? So the conversation doesn't necessarily change, but the speed in which you can see change. What we're looking for here is a culture shift, looking for a culture shift within the workplace. And we're seeing it already. mark: When you go back 20 years, 30 years to when I first started my business, and I hired the first person with a disability - someone with Down Syndrome - I was a franchise business. The franchise, my area manager, they said “What are you doing? What are you doing? The customers are gonna, the customers are not gonna like this. This is crazy. And you hire somebody with Down Syndrome, how could he possibly sweep the floor and do it right?” and I said “Watch. Watch. Think about who you're talking to. Cause I'm disabled.” But they hadn't thought about that. And that young man that I hired, Clint Spurling, the first one was the first day I was in business. He was by far my best employee by far. He came to work early, he wouldn't take a break and we couldn't get him to go home. He always had his uniform on on the bus so that everybody knew he worked at Tim Horton. Those are very valuable stories. But then when I tell people that, when I tell employers, “Hey, I made more money too.” Wow. Okay, now we've got an audience. janet: And Mark brings up a good point. Ellie, when you talk about the public facing part of this. For several years, NW Works, operated the Firefly Cafe, in Creekside. I can't ever remember in all of the times that I was there for breakfast or lunch or to grab a coffee, anybody ever being uncomfortable with the staff that you had there. I think that's a misconception that is way blown out of proportion on the public side to an employer side. ellie: Absolutely. I think that the Firefly Cafe is a perfect example, Janet. We had folks there with all manner of disabilities, visible and invisible. And the folks that were coming, our customers, they knew that about us. So they were sort of, in a sense, self-selecting, right? They were comfortable. They supported the work we were doing. But my favorite time was when people who had absolutely no idea who we were would stop in. Probably because they were looking for something to eat, they'd just gotten off of Interstate 81, and they just happened to walk into the restaurant. Those were the folks that really would contact us, leave reviews saying, I'm so grateful you're doing this. I had no idea. but I think that gives us a really good indicator that the public is comfortable with this or is more comfortable than employers perhaps think that they are. They want to support businesses that are diverse and inclusive. I think there's a huge cultural shift going on right now with a focus on diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging - these buzzwords that are going around so many major companies - and disability is diversity and it's not something we always think of. But it really is, I think a societal attitude. There are certain facets of disability that we have societally deemed acceptable, right? You're wearing glasses, Mark is wearing glasses. I'm wearing contacts. I can't really see without my contacts - that impacts my daily living. That could be in the grand scheme of things, a disability, but we socially don't consider it. We've made it acceptable to wear glasses, even people who don't need glasses wear glasses. So really it just takes that cultural shift and I think that what companies will see is more consumers are happy to hear about these things. They're happy to know that the companies they support are inclusive and are giving back to the community and are giving people an opportunity who absolutely deserve it. janet: Mark, you were talking about bottom line and decreased cost. Marketing is a huge piece of some businesses' bottom line. And when you are making a shift like this and people want to see it, and they're behind you a hundred percent, you're gonna get more customers, you're gonna get more sales, you're gonna have more people frequent your business if it's retail or food service because you are doing something they believe in. So it's a whole ‘nother dollar sign when you're looking at that pros and cons list. mark: Absolutely. Marketing and merchandising is huge. When I'm speaking, in my presentation to business owners in that room, they would say, Well, you know what, my, my restaurant, I don't see disabled people. I don't think I need to spend the time with this.” Even though it's one in five, heading to one in four, you still have those business owners and I see them reaching for their phone before I'm finished and all that. And I hit them with this statistic. If you take the 23% of Americans, that have a disability, and you add in a direct family member, so mom, dad, brother, sister, a son, daughter, you're at 68% of the American population. 68% of Americans either have a disability or they have a loved one at home with a disability, and that's a number that no business can ignore. You see them in the room pick up their phone. I'm just finishing up and they go, “Hey, wait, what? Wait, hold on. Ok. This changes everything,” because they realize when it comes to sales and transactions that seven out of 10 people coming into my store are either disabled or to have a loved one at home that's disabled, this is impactful, maybe I really should have a ramp into my restaurant. I make more money. yeah, it's important. janet: And that statistic doesn't even include people who have friends who went to high school with somebody. All of the ancillary connections that we have that are not in our immediate family, you're probably pushing that statistic closer to maybe 80 or 90%. mark: probably a hundred. Yeah, probably a hundred. I mean, who, who amongst us doesn't know somebody unless you've been living in a cave for the last 25 years, we all know somebody. Even famous people, you know somebody on TV who has a disability. Everybody knows somebody. janet: Ellie, in a perfect world, give me a list. You don't have to call out specific business names, but tell me who you would love to fill a room. ellie: Anybody who's making a hiring decision, whether that is a hiring manager or somebody in HR. Because if you are in HR and you are screening individuals, if you're not reaching candidates who have disabilities. If you're not intentionally saying that in your job applications - that you are a company that values diversity and includes and invites individuals with disabilities to apply - you're missing a huge portion of the population. So really anyone who's involved in hiring we want to give you the training. We wanna give you the tools to be successful ultimately. We're just one agency. There are competitors of ours that serve other folks in our area. I don't care. I want you to come to us or go to Blue Ridge Opportunities or to go to Echo or First Choice or any of these other agencies in the Commonwealth because the ultimate goal here is to get more meaningful employment for folks with disabilities. janet: Mark thank you for taking some time out of your day to have this conversation with me. I do appreciate it. mark: My pleasure. Thank you. Thank you, Janet. Take care Ellie. janet: So for someone who's listening and is thinking that a lot of what they've heard today makes a lot of sense. What is the next step? How do they start the process? ellie: If they are in the Winchester area, they can contact us and we would be happy to talk to them about what their needs are as a business and who we might have available to partner with them. If they're not in our area - you've got listeners further down in the valley - there are other organizations similar to us. So really what you want to look for is an employment service organization. You can also search for things like disability, employment organizations. Those terms will really help you find an agency. ellie: If you still can't find anything, you can always reach out to the Department of Aging and Rehabilitative Services, DARS, because they are one of the agencies that we work very closely with. They're all over Virginia, so no matter where you are, they can help you out. janet: it's an easy process. I don't think we can say enough how simple it is. It's probably more simple than it is to actually hire someone that doesn't have a disability. ellie: Absolutely. You think about how much money you spend in the hiring process, between interviews, the amount of time it takes to get that position filled, how much you spend when the position isn't filled. And then how much it costs when you make a bad hire and you have to do it all over again. The benefit of working with an organization like NW Works is that we know the skill level of the individual. We do assessments ahead of time to make sure that they are able to do the work that you need them to do. And then again, we provide that job coach. So if you as a hiring manager are saying, I need this person to have skill A, B, and C. One, we can make sure that they have those skills. And two, we can make sure that they are doing the job the way you want it to be done. And we can make those adjustments in real time instead of saying, okay, I've got this employee now that I'm stuck with that doesn't know how to do this, doesn't have training. And we can even give training to companies to make sure that their hiring managers, their employees understand how to work with these individuals. Because really this is a relationship that we wanna build with our partners. It's not just that we're gonna drop in somebody and you're gonna be stuck with an employee that doesn't know what they're doing. They're gonna get training and we're gonna give you training as well. janet: I think the other part of that training is invaluable because like you mentioned earlier, so many times we all have our own preconceived notions or we are uncomfortable. I've talked to several guests when they've come from Blue Ridge Hospice. For me, it's talking about death. I don't know how to do it. I don't know if I'm being disrespectful. It just ties me up in knots when I used to have to talk to somebody from Blue Ridge Hospice and I have managed to get over that now, but they had to help me figure out how to talk and what to talk about and put those fears aside. It is exactly the same thing and the fact that you're willing to do that on the other end I think is just incredible. ellie: Absolutely. And we know that this is a barrier in place for people. And I think, when we talk about disability inclusion, it's not that different than any other form of diversity, equity, and inclusion work, in the same vein that you might need education and training about how to talk about and with members of the L G B T Q I A population, it's the same thing. Do I say this person is disabled? Do I say they have a disability? Do I say they're living with a disability? There's all these different kinds of interesting terms. And like any community, the disability community is incredibly diverse. Different parts of the community are gonna have different preferences around person first language, identity, first language, things like that. So really the training from our end is making sure that you as the employer know and feel comfortable in those situations - what information might be needed, what kind of accommodations might be needed. And so really that's what we want is that education for folks, because whether you hire through us or you hire a different person with a disability that doesn't go through an agency like NW Works, it's a win. That's success either way. There's a need for inclusive, competitive employment. ellie: That's the goal. So whether you go through us, you go through a competitor, I'm happy because now somebody is getting an opportunity for real work, real wages. janet: How do they get in touch with you? How do they reach out to NW Works? ellie: So Janet, if somebody wants to reach out to us, they can reach out via our website, which is NWWorks.com. They can send us an email through that or reach out to us on social media to get involved. That's gonna be the best way to contact us. janet: Thank you for meeting up with me a second time to fill in the blanks for what, hopefully now is a completed radio show! ellie: Absolutely. Thanks so much for your patience, Janet. I know it's been a, an interesting trip with us. janet: And it's a good opportunity for me to also remind everyone who's listening now that what you hear on the radio isn't always all of the conversation. So a lot of times, I have to edit because the radio has a limited amount of time that I am allowed to have on the air. The podcast doesn't have that limitation, so sometimes I don't always remember to mention because when I'm recording, I don't always know at the end of it whether I'm gonna run short on time. So this is a great opportunity to be able to remind people the entire conversation is on the podcast at thevalleytodaypodcast.com. You could go there and hear all kinds of things. There's probably stuff this past last week that didn't make it on air that you'll be giggling about because I thought, ah, maybe I shouldn't say that on the radio. That happens a lot, a lot more than people might think. I will be back, tomorrow. It is Tourism Tuesday, Old Town Winchester edition. So Alex Flanigan is gonna join me and give me a rundown on all of the really cool things that are happening in downtown Winchester. So meet me back here for that, just a few minutes after noon.  

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Brasil-Mundo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 5:54


Da Silva, Ferreira, Pereira. Esses sobrenomes que são muito populares no Brasil e em Portugal agora também são os mais comuns numa região da Suíça. É isso mesmo que você está lendo. Na parte do país em que se fala francês, eles aparecem nos três primeiros lugares. “Da Silva” ocupa a primeira posição com 10.220 pessoas com esse sobrenome. Entre elas, a brasileira Dulcimara Aparecida da Silva, que ensina português para crianças e adultos. Valéria Maniero, correspondente da RFI na Suíça A mineira de Boa Esperança, que já morou na França, Itália, República Tcheca e Portugal, está há 10 anos em Genebra e tem muita familiaridade com o sobrenome que se tornou o mais comum na Suíça romanda. É que os dois avôs dela, por parte de pai e mãe – o S. Joaquim e o S. Antônio, eram “da Silva”. O sobrenome da Dulcimara também é o mais comum nos cantões de Vaud, Genebra, Fribourg e Neuchâtel. Esses dados foram divulgados pela primeira vez pelo OFS, o Departamento Federal de Estatística da Suíça, e chamaram a atenção da imprensa local e de muita gente. “Eu fiquei super surpresa. Não sabia que existia isso na Suíça, uma classificação dos sobrenomes e, para o meu espanto, o meu é o que tem mais. Pra mim, é uma honra, porque no Brasil mais da metade da população é 'da Silva'. É um sobrenome super comum. Então, isso não é ser importante. Na minha vida toda, 'da Silva' não era um sobrenome de peso”, diz. À RFI, Dulcimara conta o que sentiu quando o marido chegou em casa outro dia falando da pesquisa: “Eu fiquei extremamente orgulhosa", diz, rindo. "O mais conhecido, o maior número de pessoas que tem esse sobrenome na Suíça! Então, é uma honra. Não só no Brasil, agora na Suíça também”, afirma a professora, que acha interessante a pesquisa por “valorizar os estrangeiros, a sua origem”. Dulcimara diz também que conhece muitos portugueses e brasileiros “da Silva”, “como o Ayrton” (Senna da Silva), que moram na Suíça. No total, 17 dos 20 sobrenomes mais comuns na Suíça francesa são de Portugal e do Brasil; só Favre (6ª posição), Martin (8ª) e Muller (12ª) são daqui. Nos cinco primeiros lugares aparecem “da Silva” (10.220), Ferreira (7.326), Pereira (6.537), dos Santos (6.091) e Rodrigues (5.250). Gomes, Fernandes, Lopes, Martins, Oliveira, Alves e somente Silva são outros que também dão as caras por lá.   Apelidos (ou sobrenomes) portugueses Uma das razões que explicam a predominância desses sobrenomes Da Silva, Ferreira e Pereira, por exemplo, é que na Suíça francesa há muitos portugueses. São mais de 150 mil pessoas com essa nacionalidade, o que significa 7% da população total e 22% da população estrangeira. A arquiteta Maria Inês de Jesus Ferreira é uma delas. “Então, o meu apelido é Ferreira, sobrenome para vocês. Não tinha ideia de que era dos mais comuns na Suíça. Em Portugal, realmente, é um nome de família que existe bastante. Mas dizemos que toda gente é 'da Silva' em Portugal”, explica. A arquiteta achou curioso quando soube que o seu sobrenome era tão popular. “É engraçado, porque não tinha mesmo noção de haver assim tanta gente. Até porque eu própria conheço só duas, três pessoas”, conta. O órgão responsável pela divulgação dos dados, no entanto, explicou que não é porque uma pessoa se chama “Da Silva” que ela é necessariamente portuguesa e, por outro lado, alguém que se chame “Favre” pode ser. A instituição também informou que só foi levado em conta o primeiro sobrenome de cada um. Por exemplo, uma pessoa que tenha os sobrenomes “da Silva Ferreira Pereira” entrou como sendo somente “da Silva”. Os sobrenomes da brasileira Amanda Pereira Santos, que é de Aracaju, no Sergipe, mas mora há 15 anos na Suíça, também aparecem nas listas dos mais populares. “Então, eu não sabia que o meu sobrenome era um dos mais comuns aqui na parte francesa e fiquei até bastante surpresa. Também fiquei me perguntando como isso é visto pelos suíços, se é de forma positiva ou não. Não sei se eles tomam isso como uma espécie de invasão. Eu tenho certa curiosidade em saber esse ponto de vista, como os suíços veem isso”, afirma. Os mais comuns na Suíça toda   Levando em conta a Suíça como um todo, os “Muller” são os mais numerosos (53.686 pessoas), seguidos pelos “Meier” (33.054) e  Schmid (30.534). Em nível nacional, “da Silva” aparece em 10º lugar (16.990). Segundo dados oficiais, a população suíça hoje é de 8,7 milhões de pessoas. A imprensa local destacou os resultados da pesquisa, mostrando “o surgimento de uma tendência: a predominância de sobrenomes portugueses na Suíça francesa”.

Vida de Jornalista
Eleições #7 - Jornalismo pelos votos

Vida de Jornalista

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 24:57


No 7º episódio da série Eleições, os bastidores da cobertura jornalística no domingo do primeiro turno. O dia dentro de uma seção eleitoral, e a live-maratona do Foro de Teresina para acompanhar a apuração dos votos. ||||| Participam deste episódio: Mari Faria (diretora do Foro de Teresina) e Érison Martins (jornalista que trabalhou como mesário). ||||| Eleições é uma série original narrativa do Vida de Jornalista em 8 episódios, com bastidores da cobertura da campanha eleitoral de 2022. ||||| Apresentação, produção, entrevistas, roteiro, edição, sonorização e artes: Rodrigo Alves. ||||| Música original: Gabriel Falcão (Instagram @gabriel.gfalcao) ||||| Transcrição completa e íntegra do roteiro: https://app.orelo.cc/wsqm ||||| Este podcast faz parte da Rádio Guarda-Chuva (@guardachuvapod) ||||| Apoie o Vida. Escolha um plano na Orelo, no Catarse, no PicPay ou doações pontuais pelo PIX: podcastvidadejornalista@gmail.com ||||| Twitter e Instagram: @vida_jornalista. ||||| E-mail: podcastvidadejornalista@gmail.com ||||| Logo do podcast: Mauricio Henriques (mauricio@mrhdesigner.com)

Behind You
Kids Who Kill Kids: Elizabeth Olten

Behind You

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 60:30


Elizabeth Olten was a 9-year-old girl, from St.Martins, Missouri, that was like any other little girl. She loved to play dress up, sing Hannah Montana, and play with her neighbors, Emma and Alyssa Bustamante. Until one day, Elizabeth goes out to play with Emma but never returns home. She's reported missing and the police find out the last person to contact Elizabeth was 15-year-old Alyssa Bustamante.  When interviewing Alyssa, the police start to uncover the dark and twisted timeline of events that happened the night Elizabeth disappeared.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Rádio Gaúcha
Lasier Martins, senador - 03/10/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 13:01


Lasier Martins não se elege como deputado federal

Power Unlimited
Kom maar door met Warzone 2.0 - Powerpraat

Power Unlimited

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 46:56


In deze nieuwe Powerpraat hebben wij het over “Boomer Shooters”, de nieuwe Call of Duty en Cyberpunk. Verder komen er veel Logitech snufjes langs vanuit Berlijn, geven we onze tips van de week en gaan wij het uitgebreid hebben over Powerpraat on tour! De tour-bus staat al klaar, nu de snacks nog. 00:00:00 Intro 00:00:35 Airpods 00:04:45 G-fits, G-cloud en G-Berlijn 00:11:51 Powerpraat on tour 00:14:31 Zin in COD Modern Warfare 2 en Warzone 2 00:25:17 Metal Hellsinger, Prodeus en meer “Boomer Shooters” 00:32:33 Videogame Dunkey 00:36:29 Cyberpunks wederkeer: Edgerunners 00:38:38 Martins tip van de week 00:39:46 Rons tip van de week 00:43:57 Jacco's tip van de week 00:45:11 Alles wat je moet weten over Powerpraat on tour 00:46:09 Outro

The Youth Fitness Podcast™
Episode 13: U-18 Quick Tips For The Sport Parent

The Youth Fitness Podcast™

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 14:24


The Martins discuss simple tips and easy steps to take to increase your child or teens success and durability in sport. Episode Highlights:2:34 Where Youth sport is today and defining differences from the past3:34 Tip #1- Find Time for Strength Training, Strength as the foundation for speed, explosive movement and sport success4:25 How to find the right Strength and Conditioning coach, specifically trained to work with youth 5:43 Using Low Skill Strength Moves at Home6:29 Additional Resources9:12 Tip #2- Taking breaks, adding Complimentary sport and Contrasting sport practiceLinks:jeffandmikki@thebrandxmethod.comkeegan@thebrandxmethod.comhttps://thebrandxmethod.thinkific.com/courses/Parentsconnor@theathletecoachnetwork.app

Rádio Gaúcha
Gaúcha Hoje - Gaúcha Serra - Enio Martins - Secretário de Turismo - Cxs - RS - 26/09/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 10:39


Gaúcha Hoje - Gaúcha Serra - Enio Martins - Secretário de Turismo - Cxs - RS - 26/09/2022 by Rádio Gaúcha

Rádio Gaúcha
Presidente Da Associação Brasileira De Alfabetização, Lourival José Martins Filho - 25/09/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 17:40


Presidente Da Associação Brasileira De Alfabetização, Lourival José Martins Filho - 25/09/2022 by Rádio Gaúcha

PASSO A REZAR
23 setembro 2022 - Sexta-feira da vigésima quinta semana do Tempo Comum - L1 Ecl 3, 1-11

PASSO A REZAR

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 11:48


MÚSICA Anthony Salvo - Find a way (CD) Finding Sanctuary © Magnatune – www.magnatune.com -- AUTOR DOS TEXTOS P. Marco Cunha, sj -- LEITORES Luís Martins (pontos) Maria Helena Falé (textos bíblicos)

Rádio Gaúcha
Médica pediatra Maria de Lourdes Martins Pereira Jaeger, especialista em alergia - 22/09/2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 8:14


Médica pediatra Maria de Lourdes Martins Pereira Jaeger, especialista em alergia - 22/09/2022 by Rádio Gaúcha

Rádio Gaúcha
CID MARTINS - CASO ADRIANO - 24 09 2022

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 20:33


CID MARTINS - CASO ADRIANO - 24 09 2022 by Rádio Gaúcha

PASSO A REZAR
22 setembro 2022 - Quinta-feira da vigésima quinta semana do Tempo Comum - L1 Ecl 1, 2-11

PASSO A REZAR

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 12:01


MÚSICA Cobb Bussinger - Heart Strings (CD) Breath of Life © Magnatune – www.magnatune.com -- AUTOR DOS TEXTOS P. Marco Cunha, sj -- LEITORES Luís Martins (pontos) Maria Helena Falé (textos bíblicos)

High on Home Grown, The Stoners Podcast
Facing 2 Months in Prison for Possession of 1 Gram of CBD Cannabis, Interview Martin Condon, from Martins World Podcast

High on Home Grown, The Stoners Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 93:48


Our good friend Martin Condon from the Martins World Podcast is facing 2 months in prison for possession of 1 gram of CBD cannabis! We get to sit down and chat with him to find out what's going on, when his court case is, and what he plans to do next.  Martin is a cannabis activist from Ireland and the host of the awesome podcast Martins World. He is a good friend of High on Home Grown and has been on the show many time in the past. Please check out more of Martin's work and follow him on his youtube channel by clicking the link below: Martins World YouTube Channel Thanks as always for downloading and listening to the show, I hope you enjoy this episode! If you have some recommendations for guest on the show, then please feel free to email us, message us on Percys Grow Room, or inbox us on your favourite social network. 

HABLEMOS DE LO QUE NO EXISTE
EP 028 Oráculos ft. Mina Martins / PODCAST HISTORIAS DE TERROR

HABLEMOS DE LO QUE NO EXISTE

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 70:20


EP 028 Oráculos ft. Mina Martins / PODCAST HISTORIAS DE TERRORQuerid@s nuevos y antiguos miembros de la Familia Nocturna el día de hoy les presentamos este episodio especial con la participación de MINA MARTINS en la que nos narrará sus EXPERIENCIAS SOBRENATURALES, HISTORIAS INEXPLICABLES y SUS VIVENCIAS PARANORMALES. A través de este intercambio de historias hablaremos de oráculos, entes , planos astrales y muchas otras cosas "que no existen" quédate a ver este episodio completo creo que será de tu completo agrado.si tienes historias que compartirme mandamelas por correo , instagram o whatsapp.

PASSO A REZAR
21 setembro 2022 - Festa litúrgica de São Mateus - Ev Mt 9, 9-13

PASSO A REZAR

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 10:47


MÚSICA Johann Sebastian Bach - Sonata in D major BWV 1028 Siciliano (CD) Trevor Pinnock: Magnatune Compilation: Relaxing Classical © Magnatune – www.magnatune.com -- AUTOR DOS TEXTOS P. Marco Cunha, sj -- LEITORES Luís Martins (pontos) Maria Helena Falé (textos bíblicos)

AMK Morgon
AMK Morgon 20 september

AMK Morgon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 76:18


Gäster: Felicia Tomala, Clara Kristiansen, Marcus Thapper, Isak Jansson, Filip Andersson Relevanta länkar: …Horor och hallickar-festen https://twitter.com/MonsKrabbe/status/1571885010231390218/photo/1 https://twitter.com/veolenes/status/1571753958586159104 https://www.aftonbladet.se/nojesbladet/a/JQJM4m/katrin-zytomierska-och-bingo-rimers-forsvar-efter-pi... …Marcus lookalike https://intedinhora.se/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/gabriella1.jpg …Martins kontrovers från 2018 https://www.facebook.com/intedinhora/posts/686137525050888/ …Bingos sexinlägg https://cdn01.nyheter24.se/61d0d79703d802dc05/2022/03/09/1760640/Ska%CC%88rmavbild%202022-03-09%20kl... …Serial-mördaren https://www.aftonbladet.se/nojesbladet/a/l3zgAy/adnan-syed-frias-efter-podcasten-serials-granskning …begravningen https://www.svt.se/nyheter/utrikes/bild-for-bild-sa-gick-drottningens-begravning-till …Meghans tårar https://i.insider.com/63289a964f9291001883aa83?width=1000&format=jpeg&auto=webp …kungaparets superplatser https://tv.aftonbladet.se/video/347076/kungaparets-superplatser-i-kyrkan …monarkierna https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monarki#Nutida_monarkier_i_v%C3%A4rlden …släktbanden https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brylling#/media/Fil:Cousins.svg …ryssarnas nyrekrytering https://twitter.com/trbrtc/status/1570864032672026624?s=21&t=ivLJb_wNsFk8Oc9fmLVmdQ …Wagners skägg https://img.welt.de/img/kultur/klassik/mobile238046637/4031358737-ci16x9-w1200-fnov-fpotl-fpi1577506... …anal-shack https://www.instagram.com/p/CikRMr6KPMi/ …schack-AI:n https://robotnyheter.se/2017/12/30/deepminds-alphazero-besegrade-varldsledande-schack-ai-efter-bara-... Låtarna som spelades var: chromonicci - Afterglow BAYRAKTAR is Life - Taras Borovko feat. Sean Lohengrin, Act III: Prelude - Richard Wagner Step In The Arena - Gang Starr Alla låtar finns i AMK Morgons spellista här: https://open.spotify.com/user/amk.morgon/playlist/6V9bgWnHJMh9c4iVHncF9j?si=so0WKn7sSpyufjg3olHYmg Stötta oss gärna på Swish, varje litet bidrag uppskattas enormt! 123 646 2006

PASSO A REZAR
20 setembro 2022 - Memória dos santos André Kim Tae-Gon, Paulo Chong Ha-Sang - L1 Prov 21, 1-6.10-13

PASSO A REZAR

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 12:22


MÚSICA Ludwig Senfl - In pace in idipsum (CD) Farallon Recorder Quartet: Ludwig Senfl © Magnatune – www.magnatune.com -- AUTOR DOS TEXTOS P. Marco Cunha, sj -- LEITORES Luís Martins (pontos) Maria Helena Falé (textos bíblicos)

Martins & More with Spoon Phillips
Martin Guitar Neck Shapes

Martins & More with Spoon Phillips

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 52:14


Welcome to the Martins and More PODCAST! Today we'll be talking about Martin Guitar neck shapes. Want to know more about the modified V neck? Curious what "MLO" stands for? Sit back & relax as Maury & Spoon get their Martin Guitar neck shape chat on.  If you'd like more information on any great Martin guitars, please contact us today - or visit us online at https://www.maurysmusic.com/martin This podcast features the conversation and opinions of musician T Spoon Phillips. A writer by trade, Spoon's longtime association with professional musicians, luthiers, and music historians affords him a richly unique perspective on all things acoustic guitar. This includes decades of close friendship with executives and employee at C. F. Martin & Company, past and present, and the host of this podcast, Maury Rutch of Maury's Music. Visit Spoon at TSPguitar.com AND at http://onemanz.com/ Visit Maury's Music at https://www.maurysmusic.com Have a suggestion or request? Email us today at Support@MaurysMusic.com We're proud to be a certified online dealer for Martin Guitar, and we'd love the chance to earn your business. If you found value in this podcast, consider sharing it with your friends.  

PASSO A REZAR
19 setembro 2022 - Segunda-feira da vigésima quinta semana do Tempo Comum - L1 Prov 3, 27-34

PASSO A REZAR

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 11:08


MÚSICA Johannes Fresneau - Allemande in F Major (CD) Edward Martin: Les Larmes of Johannes Fresneau © Magnatune – www.magnatune.com -- AUTOR DOS TEXTOS P. Marco Cunha, sj -- LEITORES Luís Martins (pontos) Maria Helena Falé (textos bíblicos)

Family Brand: Take Back Your Family
96. Help Your Kid Deal With Their Mental Health and Depression with guests Justin and Megan Martin

Family Brand: Take Back Your Family

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 53:15


Trigger warning: In this episode, we talk about mental health issues and experiences with raising a kid with thoughts of suicide. If you find any of these topics overwhelming or triggering, we encourage you to skip this episode for now and come back when you are ready.  September is Suicide awareness month. This episode originally was published in September of 2022. Whether you hear this episode around that time or in the future, take some time to be aware of the ones you love. It can be easy to get into your own routine and not pick up on the warning signs from those around you. If you see someone exhibiting signs of Suicidal thoughts or tendencies. It's time to speak up and do what you can to get them help. Dial 988 for immediate help or check out the resources below.  Welcome to episode 96 of the Family Brand Podcast! Today we are joined by two incredible people who we are excited to know and introduce you to. Hit play to meet Justin and Megan Martin! A few weeks ago, we got an Instagram notification that someone we didn't know (Megan) tagged us in a new post.  When we clicked through to see the picture… Our hearts were overflowing with gratitude and honor. Megan shared a picture of their wall where their “Family Values” were hanging and the caption expressed her experience with our Family Brand Program. It was so humbling to hear how these total strangers heard the podcast and took action on creating a better future for their families.  Of course, they didn't stay strangers for long because we had to send them a DM and get to know them. We are so glad we did because this family and their story are nothing short of amazing. During this conversation, the Martins will authentically share all the ups and downs of helping their kid walk through a dark season of depression and other mental health issues.  After the pandemic, physical and mental health is a top priority for many of us. If you are growing in this area as a family, we hope this conversation will help you navigate whatever life throws at you and give you more tools you need to succeed! To connect with us and see the resources mentioned during this show, follow the links below!    More Of What's Inside: Raising Teens in 2022  Life as an entrepreneurial family  How we met Justin and Megan  A few silver linings of the pandemic  How to help your kid in the valley of depression Suicidal signs to look for  The most helpless a parent can feel How The Martins created the Family Brand And much more!   Links From This Episode:  Website-Suicide Prevention Tools https://psychiatry.org/patients-families/suicide-prevention Website- Suicide Prevention Skills https://intheforefront.org/learn-saves-lives Website: familybrand.com Social:  Facebook: www.facebook.com/FamilyBrandOfficial Instagram: www.instagram.com/ourfamilybrand YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCGu-7odB6gkPbyXpUIQLkrg Twitter: https://twitter.com/OurFamilyBrand  Free course: familybrand.com/10steps Episode Minute By Minute: 0:02 Why this conversation matters more than ever 2:51 Get to know Justin and Megan Martin 9:16 When you find out your kid is suicidal… 24:50 What it takes to turn your family around  30:00 The power of showing up as a community for those snuggling  42:41 Advice for parents worried about their kids' mental health  46:28 Asking for help doesn't mean you're weak