For most of the past 200 years, religion and psychiatry didn't get along too well. Or so the story goes. But if you go back far enough, the two have more in common than you might think. On this episode, we'll hear about the deep history of integrating spirituality into mental health treatments, and how it's being rediscovered today at some of the world's top mental health facilities. We'll talk with psychiatrist Rania Awaad about her work reconnecting the Muslim community to Islam's long, but often forgotten, history of mental health treatment. And with psychologist David Rosmarin about the program he's pioneered at McLean hospital to integrate spirituality into psychiatric treatment. Dr. Rania Awaad M.D., is a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the Stanford University School of Medicine where she is the Director of the Stanford Muslim Mental Health & Islamic Psychology Lab as well as Stanford University's Affiliate Chaplain and Affiliate Professor of Islamic Studies. Find out more about her work here. Dr. David Rosmarin is the director of the Spirituality and Mental Health Program at McLean Hospital and an associate professor of psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. He is the author of the book Thriving with Anxiety: 9 Tools to Make your Anxiety Work for You. Learn about his work, and his book on his website.
Join Lady Jen Du Plessis and gust Karen Briscoe as they discuss navigating the last few years of life and work, while creating 5 Minute Success. __________________ Hey there, welcome to this edition of Mortgage Lending Mastery. I am so excited today to have back a guest that we had several years ago. In fact, Karen, I don't even know how many years ago. I'm coming up on 12 years with this podcast, January 1st. I have with me Karen Briscoe, she ironically is from my neck of the woods. We are both in Northern Virginia, we met several years ago at Northern Virginia Association of Realtors. We both had books and we said, "hey we need to talk." So anyways, let me introduce to you briefly Karen. ... ____________________ Join the Mortgage Lending Mastery Community Today: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIz6-AkN3rMajV8OHfbJ_zw?view_as=subscriber Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JenDuPlessis22 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jenduplessis/ Website: www.JenDuPlessis.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenduplessis/ LinkedTree: https://linktr.ee/jenduplessis Book a Strategy Call with Jen TODAY: www.ChatwithJen.com _________________________ About Karen Briscoe Karen Briscoe is the creator of the 5 Minute Success concept. She regularly speaks on a national and local level on the best of 5 Minute Success. Further she is the host of the weekly 5 Minute Success podcast which has an amazing array of guests who achieve success at a high level in business and life. She has completed the John Maxwell Team Certification Program for Coaching, Speaking and Training. Karen is a frequent guest on other podcasts that focus on entrepreneurial, success and motivation, as well as real estate related topics. Further, she is a contributing author to real estate media outlets INMAN and Real Trends. Karen Briscoe is principal owner of the Huckaby Briscoe Conroy Group (HBC) with Keller Williams, located in McLean, Virginia. The HBC Group has been recognized by The Wall Street Journal as one of the 250 Top Realtor® teams in the United States. Since 1977, HBC Group has sold more than 1,500 homes valued at more than $1.5 billion. The team consistently sells over one hundred residential properties annually, ranging from multi-million-dollar luxury estates to condominiums and townhomes. Primary market areas include Northern Virginia, suburban Maryland, and Washington, DC. Karen began her real estate career developing residential lots with the Trammell Crow Company in Dallas, Texas. In Northern Virginia, she worked in commercial real estate with The Staubach Company prior to entering residential sales. Karen earned a Master's degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas and received her BA from Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri—her hometown. She attributes her life worth living to God, her husband Andy, children Drew and Callie, her family and countless friends and business associates. Her family is actively involved at Trinity United Methodist Church in McLean, Virginia. Connect with Karen 5 Minute Success website: www.5MinuteSuccess.com 5 Minute Success Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/5minutesuccess/ 5 Minute Success Facebook Page: @5MinuteSuccess 5 Minute Success Twitter: @5MinuteSuccess 5 Minute Success Instagram: 5_Minute_Success; Karen.Briscoe; 80x80_Movement 5 Minute Success LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/5-minute-press/?viewAsMember=true Commit to Get Leads & Consult to Sell 66 Day Calendar: http://www.5minutesuccess.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/commit-to-get-leads-66-day-calendar-v3.pdf Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join the Happy Through The Holidays FREE Support Group HERE Connect with Arin - http://jasmineandjuniper.com/connect Kashina's story is one of incredible strength and resilience. She bravely shares her story about being abused as a child, starting at age eight. Because of the cultural norms she was raised in, she remained silent for years. Kashina's story didn't end there. It wasn't easy for her. She was a homeless single mom, in abusive relationships, and struggled with substance abuse. Despite all that, she fought back and reclaimed her life. Kashina's amazing transformation took her on a path of healing and self-discovery. With her personal experience as fuel, she pursued a career in nursing. Today, she's a successful forensic nurse and a beacon of hope for traumatized women. There's so much to love about this episode. It shows us the importance of education, breaking generational patterns, and finding our own power. This woman's resilience and ability to forgive, despite never getting an apology, is incredible. Tune in as Kashina shares her journey of turning pain into purpose and encourages us all to find our own superpowers. It's a must-listen for anyone facing adversity or looking for inspiration. About KASHINA Kashina Alexander-McLean is a masters-prepared Forensic Nurse who has been serving in the healthcare industry for the past 15 years as an RN. She holds a bachelor's degree in nursing from the University of the West Indies in Jamaica and a master's degree in forensic nursing from Aspen University in Phoenix, Arizona. She is a member of three US-based International Honor Societies and has been featured on television, in newspapers, and on multiple platforms internationally. Kashina has moved away from a lucrative professional position to pursue her passion for bringing hope to women affected by adverse life events. She now serves as a transformational powerhouse, speaker, certified coach, and author of the book “When the Silence Speaks”. In equal effort, Kashina is an ordained pastor and wife to Apostle E. McLean of Kingdom Builders Worship Centre International. She is a servant at heart who incorporates her strong knowledge base as well as her professional and personal experiences to show women how to discover their superpower so they can pursue a life of purpose with passion. Kashina Alexander-McLean, (MSN, BSN, APRN) Founder/President Restored Life Academy LLC Wilkes Barre, PA-18702 Website: www.restoredlifeacademy.com Email: email@example.com FREE GIFT From Arin
Speech Language Pathology: Continuing Education Courses by SLP Nerdcast Course Title: Speech Therapy Through a Psychosocial and Trauma-Informed LensGet .1 ASHA CEU and view the full course landing page: https://courses.slpnerdcast.com/courses/speech-therapy-through-a-psychosocial-and-trauma-informed-lens-abje0125Earning Speech-Language Pathology CEUs Online is Simplified with SLP Nerdcast. On SLP Nerdcast you'll find SLP Continuing Education Courses, Masterclasses and Clinical Resources. To learn more about our services visit ▶ https://bit.ly/SLPNERDCAST To learn more about our membership and save 10% on your first year of membership visit ▶ https://bit.ly/SLPNerdcastMembership use code “YouTubeNerd” to save.Learning Objectives:Describe the psychosocial & trauma informed approach to speech therapyDescribe how speech therapy fits within a bottom-up brain-based frameworkIdentify at least 3 psychosocial factors that can impact: the therapeutic relationship, communication development and learning the use of our communication skillsReferences & Resources:Goddard, A. (2021). Adverse Childhood Experiences and Trauma-Informed Care. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 35(2), 145-155. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pedhc.2020.09.001.LaGrange, E. P. (2022, May 23). The Relentless Hurt of Trauma. The ASHA LeaderLive Speech-Language Pathology. https://leader.pubs.asha.org/doi/10.1044/leader.SPS.27052022.18Brumfitt S. Psychosocial aspects of aphasia: speech and language therapists' views on professional practice. Disabil Rehabil. 2006 Apr 30;28(8):523-34. doi: 10.1080/09638280500219349. PMID: 16513585.McLean, S. (2016). The effect of trauma on the brain development of children: Evidence-based principles for supporting the recovery of children in care (CFCA Practitioner Resource). Melbourne: Child Family Community Australia information exchange, Australian Institute of Family Studies.Binns AV, Hutchinson LR, Cardy JO. The speech-language pathologist's role in supporting the development of self-regulation: A review and tutorial. J Commun Disord. 2019 Mar-Apr;78:1-17. doi: 10.1016/j.jcomdis.2018.12.005. Epub 2018 Dec 21. PMID: 30605734.
In recent years, Michael McLean has encountered profound lessons about a father's love. Although seemingly a shining light of optimism and success known for his work in the Latter-day Saint film and music space, McLean grappled with chronic depression, fostering self-doubt for an extended period. Nearly two decades ago, when his son came out and conveyed discontent about his upbringing, McLean's deepest insecurities seemed validated. Moreover, the silence from a perceived absence of God amplified his distress. On this week's episode, we discuss McLean's Forgotten Carols but, more importantly, how a loving Father never forgets His son. “The Atonement is not some cool thing that happened back in Gethsemane. It's ongoing. He's not stopping His work until He's got us all healed—until He's brought us all home.” —Michael McLean Show Notes 2:10- What Could've Been the End12:59- Depression and the Forgotten Carols18:44- Mr. Krueger's Christmas31:57- When God Seems Quiet36:34- Two Fathers48:42- “Let Him In”51:51- What Does It Mean To Be All In? Links: The Forgotten Carols Michael's video for the Church “Let Him In” “Mr. Krueger's Christmas”See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Wade and Alex discuss with Rob Cordeau, CFP®, RICP®, CHFC®, the most frequently dealt with year-end planning topics that he discusses with clients. As we near the end of year, there are various deadlines that should be addressed to help maximize your investment and planning experience. In addition, as you get a better sense of your income and tax brackets, we review a few wins that you should consider taking advantage of and a few “potholes” that you want to avoid. These items are well within your control and make a meaningful difference to your retirement income potential. Listen now to learn more! Links If you'd like to speak with someone at McLean Asset Management about your year-end planning decisions or any other financial planning topic, you can get in touch at: www.mcleanam.com/review Registration is open for the Consumer Retirement Income Challenge hosted by the team at Retirement Researcher! Join us December 4th-7th for this FREE 4-Day event by visiting: https://risaprofile.com/podcast This episode is sponsored by McLean Asset Management. Visit https://www.mcleanam.com/roth/ to download McLean's free eBook, "Is a Roth Conversion Right For You?"
The Stuph File Program Featuring singer/songwriter Lars; JP McLean, author of Scorch Mark; & Marc Hartzman, author of We Are Not Alone: The Extraordinary History Of UFO's And Aliens Invading Our Hopes, Fears And Fantasies Download Lars, a singer/songwriter from Sweden who is an internet sensation with a huge fanbase. His songs went viral with about 400 million streams, including over 330 million on Spotify alone. JP McLean is the author of Scorch Mark, which is the third book in her Dark Dreams series. Marc Hartzman, from WeirdHistorian.com and the author of We Are Not Alone: The Extraordinary History Of UFO's And Aliens Invading Our Hopes, Fears And Fantasies is back, with the weird story for November. This one deals with the plot to steal Abraham Lincoln's body. Now you can listen to selected items from The Stuph File Program on the audio service, Audea. It's a great way to keep up with many of the interviews from the show, and take a trip down memory lane to when this show began back in 2009, with over 800 selections to choose from! This week's guest slate is presented by Zoe Chee who is the Program Director at Astronomers Without Borders.
Our Blenheim-based viticulture correspondent cheers up the nation with the opportunity to win an Isabel Estate Winery fun pack. Plus we talk frost fighting and challenging times for producers trying to sell wine, despite a decrease in domestic production. Statistics from New Zealand Winegrowers show the total production in 2023 is about 360 million litres, down from 383 million last year, but higher than the eight years prior.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Will Greeley, author of "A Connecticut Yankee Goes to Washington, Senator George P. MacLean, the Birdman of the Senate," joins us on this episode of the Outdoor Adventure Series. Will introduces listeners to the life and legacy of Senator George P. MacLean, discussing the complexities of his impact on conservation, the passage of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, and the personal reflections that shaped his advocacy.QUESTIONS WE DISCUSSEDHow did Senator George P. MacLean's advocacy for bird protection and the passage of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act illustrate his commitment to environmental conservation?What were the critical challenges faced by Senator MacLean in gaining support for the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, and how did he overcome them?How did the passage of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act impact the protection and resurgence of bird species such as the bald eagle, snowy egret, and whooping crane?How did Senator MacLean's personal and political journey reflect the complexities of individual perspectives and the importance of empathy in understanding historical figures?How did Senator MacLean's opposition to women's suffrage impact the perception of his legacy, and what do you think of appreciating a person's overall impact despite disagreement on specific issues?What significance does Senator MacLean's story hold in the broader context of conservation legislation and its influence on subsequent environmental protection measures?How did Will Greeley's connection to Senator MacLean and his family's differing political beliefs shape his approach to researching and writing "A Connecticut Yankee Goes to Washington"?In what ways did Senator MacLean's advocacy for bird protection resonate with the values of hunters and environmentalists alike, and how does this reflect the importance of collaboration in conservation efforts?LEARN MORETo learn more about Will McLean Greeley and his book about Senator George P. McLean, visit his website at https://willgreeley.com.Click here to pick up your copy of A Connecticut Yankee Goes to Washington.Click here to learn more about The McClean Wildlife Refuge in Grandby, CT. Click here to learn more about the National Audubon Society and participating in Bird Conservation in your community. NEXT STEPSIf you enjoy podcasts devoted to the outdoor adventure space, find us online at https://outdooradventureseries.com. We welcome likes and comments, and if you know someone who is also an outdoor enthusiast, go ahead and share our site with them, too.KEYWORDSWill Greeley, Conservation, Migratory Bird Treaty Act, Environmental Advocacy, National Audubon Society, Podcast Interview, Outdoor Adventure Series, Howard Fox, OWAA#Conservation #MigratoryBirdTreatyAct #EnvironmentalAdvocacy #NationalAudubonSociety #PodcastInterview #OutdoorAdventureSeries #OWAAPodcast produced using DescriptPodcast hosted by BuzzsproutShow Notes powered by CastmagicWebsite powered by PodpageNote: As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.
Joining us on today's episode is Lyn McLean, a true trailblazer in the field of EMR. With around three decades of dedicated experience as an author, educator, and Director of EMR Australia PL, she has been at the forefront of educating individuals about the profound impacts of electromagnetic fields. She has also authored four insightful books, collaborated on groundbreaking studies, and been a driving force behind the EMR Association of Australia. Her expertise has influenced government policies and industry standards, making her an invaluable voice in this crucial conversation. In this episode, you will hear: How have discussions and concerns around EMR/EMF evolved over the last couple of decades? Moving past the addiction to technology and opening up to educating yourself on EMF. Levels of exposure and placing yourself from a position of information. Problems caused by exposure to EMR, such as electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS). Increasing your overall health and decreasing your overall toxic load. The electromagnetics of our bodies and what effects external electromagnetics have on them. Lyn McLean is an author, educator, and Director of EMR Australia PL. For almost three decades, she has been educating people about the effects of electromagnetic fields and helping them protect themselves and their families. Lyn has also written four books on this issue, co-authored a study on magnetic fields in Australian homes, and reported on Australian and international developments since 1996. She established and ran the EMR Association of Australia for nine years and has been a member of government and industry committees. Lyn sends our regular news updates and can be contacted at emraustralia.com.au. Connect with Lyn McLean: Website: https://emraustralia.com.au/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EMRAustralia Connect with R Blank and Stephanie Warner: For more Healthier Tech Podcast episodes and to download our Healthier Tech Quick Start Guide, visit https://HealthierTech.co and follow https://instagram.com/healthiertech Additional Links: Shield Your Body website: https://ShieldYourBody.com Shield Your Body Youtube Channel: https://youtube.com/shieldyourbody Host R Blank on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rblank9/ Shield Your Body on Instagram: https://instagram.com/shieldyourbody
Mir McLean is a women's basketball player at the University of Virginia. She excelled in high school at Roland Park Country School in Baltimore, Maryland and signed to play her college basketball at the University of Connecticut where she helped her team to the Final Four in 2021. After being grated a waiver of immediate eligibility by the NCAA, McLean transferred to Virginia and played in 11 games in 2021-22. In 2022-23, she ranked third in the ACC with 9.6 rebounds per game and was named to the All-ACC Academic Team. Her season ended in January against NC State when she suffered a knee injury. Today on the podcast, we talk to Mir McLean about overcoming injuries, trusting in God to give her patience, her summer 2023 overseas trip to Morocco, learning Arabic and her excitement in returning to the basketball court. Sign up for our Sports Spectrum Magazine and receive 15% off a 1-year subscription by using the code PODCAST15 http://SportsSpectrum.com/magazine
Risers and thrivers: Be inspired by my dear friend, Genevieve McLean! She's an inspirational "3" time cancer survivor and thriver, now living life to the fullest and married to Kirk McLean, a retired NHL goaltender and a true legend here in Vancouver! Genevieve first faced AML (leukaemia) as a child, when she did only 1/2 of the treatment protocol at BC Children's Hospital and left to pursue alternative medicine. It was a success. She was in remission for 9 years, then relapsed. She only learned of the relapse after an injury endured while snowboarding and went for a regular routine check up. As a young adult, she was treated at VGH and had a bone marrow transplant, with thanks to her incredible brother who served as her donor, her lifeline. Her 3rd time facing cancer was now 7 years ago, only 6 months after she first met Kirk. A 6X5inch adrenal tumour was discovered and fortunately, a surgical procedure to excise the Tumor was 100% successful. Despite all that she's faced, she's also professionally modelled, has achieved a degree in business, and has worked for the Yellow Pages Group for almost 15 years as a top sales rep in media sales! She's also given back to the cancer community in every way she can- she's volunteered at Camp Good Times (summer camp for kids with cancer) and has sat on the board of the Michael Cuccione Foundation. No matter what you are facing today, hold on to hope and actively seek out inspirational role models like Genevieve! Tag your friends who may need inspiration and follow along here @60daystolive2012 for more stories of hope, resilience and inspiration to be empowered to overcome your hard days and to live today with more vitality and joy! Xx Survivor Girl
On today's episode, Alex and Wade are joined by Rob Cordeau, CFP, RICP, ChFC, who is the Managing Director of Wealth Management at McLean Asset Management. He shares insights into how Time Segmentation strategies can be implemented in practice, and he comes with a lot of great analogies to help you think about whether this Retirement Income Style is right for you. Listen now to learn more. This episode is sponsored by McLean Asset Management. Visit https://www.mcleanam.com/roth/ to download McLean's free eBook, "Is a Roth Conversion Right For You?"
Jeff talks to Patricia Mangones, a nurse practitioner at McLean's partial hospital trauma program, about complex PTSD. They discuss the ways in which it differs from PTSD, and what clinicians, patients, and loved ones should be aware of both in diagnosing the illness and in the treatment process.Patricia Mangones, PMHNP-BC, started at McLean Hospital in 2013 as a staff nurse for the Dissociative Disorders and Trauma Inpatient Program. She is a member of the Interdisciplinary Recovery Oriented Practices Committee and has been a preceptor for psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner students.RELEVANT CONTENT:– More about the episode: https://mclean.link/eg1– Read the episode transcript: https://mclean.link/sh2- - -The McLean Hospital podcast Mindful Things is intended to provide general information and to help listeners learn about mental health, educational opportunities, and research initiatives. This podcast is not an attempt to practice medicine or to provide specific medical advice.© 2023 McLean Hospital. All Rights Reserved.
The Devil's Rope (Barbed Wire) Museum along Route 66 in Mclean, TX, is probably one of the most unusual museums along The Mother Road. Join host Anthony Arno, as he talks with 90 year old curator Delbert Trew all about his museum and collection of over 800 different types of barbed wire. Cited as one of the most important inventions during the Industrial Revolution, the museum features anything and everything related to barbed wire, including art, tools, medicines, books, and use during warfare. There are many interesting museums along Route 66, but perhaps one of the most interesting is the Devil's Rope Museum with its collection of over 800 examples of barbed wire. Join host Anthony Arno as he talks with Delbert Trew, the 90 year old curator of the Devil's Rope Museum in McLean, TX. Highlights from the show include: Why visit a barbed wire museum? McClean's “other” fame to claim- Alfred Rowe McClean's Mayor Passenger # XXX on the Titanic McLain's once popular Brassiere Factory History of the American cowboy What problem does barbed wire solve? Origin of Devil's Rope name for barbed wire Barbed Wire- Rancher or Farmer's best friend? The most popular wire all visitors must see! Barbed Wire: Tools, Medicine, Books, Art, Poetry, Wartime Barbed Wire in song Modern versions of Barbed Wire Delbert's initial interest in Barbed Wire Books published by Delbert on Ranching, Barbed Wire, and other interests Devil's Rope Museum featuring Route 66 memorabilia Visiting Devil's Rope Museum Other Route 66 attractions in McLean, TX
Will McLean Greeley grew up in west Michigan, with a deep interest in American history, politics, and birds. He earned a bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Michigan and then a master's degree from Michigan in Archives Administration. After retiring from a 35-year career in government and corporate market research, he began a four-year research and writing journey to learn more about George P. McLean and his legacy. A Connecticut Yankee Goes to Washington is his first book.A Connecticut Yankee Goes to Washington: Senator George P. McLean, Birdman of the Senate https://a.co/d/b2UNxPCSenator George P. McLean's crowning achievement was overseeing passage of one of the country's first and most important wildlife conservation laws, the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918. The MBTA, which is still in effect today, has saved billions of birds from senseless killing and likely prevented the extinction of entire bird species. A Connecticut Yankee Goes to Washington: George P. McLean, Birdman of the Senate puts McLean's victory for birds in the context of his distinguished forty-five-year career marked by many acts of reform during a time of widespread corruption and political instability. Author Will McLean Greeley traces McLean's rise from obscurity as a Connecticut farm boy to national prominence when he advised five US presidents and helped lead change and shape events as a US senator from 1911 to 1929. One reviewer writes: “And there's a bonus: This book is also a love song to a distant relative. We need more historians who truly care about the people they're writing about, and Greeley does just that.”https://willgreeley.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/will-mclean-greeley-494690206/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlLZRw2fT0M&t=6s
Who will be Boise's next mayor? What does Lauren McLean have to do to win a second term as mayor, and what can her main challenger, Mike Masterson, do to unseat her? Idaho Statesman reporter Ian Max Stevenson joins Hey Boise newsletter editor Blake Hunter to break it down, five days out from the election. Want some more Boise news? Head over to our Hey Boise newsletter where you'll get a cheatsheet to the city every weekday morning. Interested in advertising with City Cast Boise? Find more info HERE. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Tara spoke to Pride Tape co-founders Jeff McLean and Dr Kristopher Wells about Pride Tape's origins, the recently overturned ban on the tape's use by the NHL, and how to continue to build an inclusive culture in hockey.
Welcome to The Wellbeing Room!In this episode, I interview Sensei Ken McLean. Ken McLean is the founder of the Shin Sen Dojo, which is located in Kensington, Sydney. His Dojo is a training centre for the development of the mind, body and spirit and here he teaches the Shin Sen Arts of Aikido, Ki Energy Cultivation, Aiki Macrobiotics and Ki Shiatsu. He has spent over four decades training and researching these Ki based arts and has trained with the leading instructors in Japan and Australia. Ken is also an author. His book Harmony is Success explores the principles behind creating harmony with the four essential relationships in life. In this interview, Ken shares:how he developed his understanding of Ki and the ways to cultivate Kithe impact that Macrobiotics had in his lifeabout the practice of Aikido, how it is a metaphor for relationships and interacting with energy as well as a physical practicethe four Ki Principles that bring the mind, body and spirit into unityan overview of the Four Relationships - self, relationships, place/nature and universe - and explains how harmonising with them enables flowhow to handle situations where Ki is out of balance and ways realign our energythe benefits of cold water immersion as a Ki practice.To connect with Ken, visit his website:https://shinsendojo.com.au/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ShinSenDojoSupport the showSupport the show so I can keep producing more episodes here:https://www.buzzsprout.com/1756648/supporters/newRate & Review The Wellbeing Room on Apple Podcasts - Click on the Listen on Apple Podcasts button and add your review in the Podcast app. Scroll to the bottom of the page to Ratings & Review and select Write a Review. Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
EPISODE NOTESTopics discussed in this Episode include:The origin story of Nicole McLean and InStage in building a safe interactive simulation operation where people (e.g. college students) can practice on-line a variety of presentation soft-skills with avatars and get feedback before going out for the first internship or cooperative education experience.The analogy to sports and leveling the playing field is discussed as a metaphor for the importance of practice to proper execution and success at interviews. This is particularly true for young students who lack practice and may come from underserved populations where that practice is less available.The amount of practice is discussed and how much or little time with the avatars is required. Sometimes as little as 15 minutes is all that is needed, but others do more. The key is marrying the technical knowledge from classwork to the soft-skills needed to present the student to an employer for the work-based experience they seek.The power of this approach to uplift students tripped off a conversation about the interviewer's field of practice, Speech Pathology. and how health professions in general rely on experiences and how this could change student progression into this field.Some students report a great advantage in using the InStage system and wish they had had it earlier to boost their careers. The conversation turned back to leveling the field among those with learned skills but who did not have the chance to practice their soft skills like they can in this online system. They noted a joy that comes from helping – from keeping people from missing out so they can pursue their dreams and communicate effectively.Resources discussed in this episode:https://www.instage.io/Tik Tok video illustrating how it works Music Credits: C'est La Vie by Derek Clegg
In this episode, we had the privilege of speaking with renowned investigative journalist Bethany McLean, whose groundbreaking work played a pivotal role in exposing the Enron scandal. Join us as we dive into the depths of one of the most notorious corporate fraud cases in history and gain insights into McLean's investigative journey. Remember to subscribe, rate, and review Eyewitness History.Follow the Show on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EyewitnessHistoryTwitter: https://twitter.com/EyewitnessPodThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5351305/advertisement
In this episode of Milspouse Matters, Jen talks with Brooke McLean, retired CMSgt and President/CEO of the Air Force Enlisted Village (AFEV), a one-of-a-kind-community which has a mission of providing safe, secure homes for surviving spouses of military retirees and retired military couples. They discuss Brooke's military background, the mission of AFEV, and some of the wonderful stories of the residents, several of whom are featured in Jen's new book! Hear about a day in the life of a resident, eligibility criteria for residents, some heartwarming stories, and future plans for AFEV—including future developments like Victory Village and help for caregivers of our nation's Wounded Warriors—along with encouraging words for current military families. Brooke also talks about his YouTube series, "Cook with Brooke," and ways listeners can help support AFEV, a 501c3 nonprofit. As Brooke says, if you're having a bad day, just get out and visit with one of the residents. Find out how to plan a visit to AFEV and tune in for an inspiring conversation about supporting military widows and retired couples. Mentioned in this episode: Get Jen's new book, Milspouse Matters: Sharing Strength Through Our Stories: https://books2read.com/MilspouseMatters 5-day Deployment Devotional, FREE through Oct. 31 with code deployment23: https://jen-mcdonald.com/product/deployment-devotional/ PILLAR online FREE deployment retreat, Nov. 17-19, 2023 - sign up here! https://www.facebook.com/groups/209167998492858 See this episode's complete show notes: https://bit.ly/MM109AFEV Connect with the Air Force Enlisted Village: www.afev.us https://www.facebook.com/AirForceEnlistedVillage/ https://www.instagram.com/afev.us/ https://www.youtube.com/user/AFEVAFEV https://www.linkedin.com/company/afenlistedvillage/ Connect with Brooke McLean: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brooke-mclean-1b531329/ Connect with Jen and Milspouse Matters: Jen's site: https://bit.ly/jenmcd Military spouse resources: https://bit.ly/MMPodresources PCS move resources: https://bit.ly/MMPCS Jen's blog: https://bit.ly/MMPodblog Digital downloads: https://bit.ly/MMPoddownloads Books: https://bit.ly/MMPodbooks ---- Socials: Follow on Instagram: https://bit.ly/MMPInsta Follow on Facebook: https://bit.ly/MMPodFacebook Follow on TikTok: https://bit.ly/MMPodTikTok Follow on Twitter: https://bit.ly/MMPodTwitter Subscribe on YouTube: https://bit.ly/MMPodYouTube Join the Christian Military Spouse Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/CMilspouseFB
In this episode of the podcast we bring on Will Greely to talk about a history specifically regarding political Senator Mclean and how his approach bipartisan politics is something we can learn from in today's era. If you want to support the show follow this link: https://purple-political-breakdown.captivate.fm/supportIf you want to get in contact with the show: TheTrendgoldandfaith@gmail.comJoin Podpage: https://www.podpage.com/?via=radellCheck out the Guest's Website: https://willgreeley.com/Mentioned in this episode:Join the Blind Knowledge NetworkThis podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacyPodcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Russel McLean is a retired holistic dentist. He listened to our podcast with Dr Wendie Trubow (Everyday toxins in our lives) and reached out to discuss with us what he has seen in his many years working within the dentistry industry - first as a conventional dentist, then as a holistic dentist. Russel is highly thought of in the health sector within Dunedin and we have met many of his ex-patients who could not speak highly enough of him. In this podcast episode we discuss the history of amalgam fillings and mecury toxicity (about half of amalgam fillings are liquid mercury, a liquid metal known to be highly toxic to nerve and brain tissue) and what you should be looking out for. We also discuss options for good oral healthcare - understanding, this is not only important for the health of our mouth, but also the health of our heart, respiratory system and brain.
Last week on Retire With Style, we decided to do something a bit special to celebrate this major milestone of 100 episodes and we invited our frequent flyer, Bob French along for the ride. We hosted a special Q&A session on YouTube Live where we answered your burning retirement planning questions live on air! Listen now to hear Part 2 of the live session. Links Be sure to follow our podcast YouTube channel as we look forward to doing more of these live sessions in the future: https://www.youtube.com/@retirewithstylepodcast This episode is sponsored by McLean Asset Management. Visit https://www.mcleanam.com/roth/ to download McLean's free eBook, "Is a Roth Conversion Right For You?"
Explore the 20-year evolution of NetSuite partnerships through Don McLean's insights, highlighting key milestones and the future of cloud ERP solutions. Today I'm speaking with Don McLean, CEO of PKF Digital, who shares insights and experiences from his 20 year journey with NetSuite. In this episode, we talk about . . . 1. Don McLean's background and history with NetSuite over 20 years 2. The benefits of NetSuite's multi-tenant architecture and how it cuts costs 3. How NetSuite enhances business productivity through integration and visibility 4. Triggers for when a small business should consider an ERP solution like NetSuite 5. The partnership between PKF and NetSuite and how they work with customers 6. A case study of how NetSuite improved Thermomix's profits and efficiencies 7. Topics discussed at Suiteworld 2022 like AI, benchmarking, and productivity tools 8. Don McLean's key learnings around NetSuite's investments and applications of AI This is part of a series of interviews from SuiteWorld 2023. Many thanks to Oracle who kindly hosted me to attend SuiteWorld 2023 in Las Vegas. Subscribe to the Accounting Apps newsletter here http://HeatherSmithAU.COM Connect with Don McLean here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/donaldjmclean/ Connect with Heather Smith here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/heathersmithau/
Maryann Corbett grew up in McLean, Virginia, and now lives in St. Paul, Minnesota. She worked for almost thirty-five years for the Minnesota Legislature. Trained as a medievalist and linguist, she holds a doctorate in English from the University of Minnesota. Though she wrote poems as a young person, she largely left creative writing during the decades when she did scholarly work, took care of a family, and worked full-time. One of her poems is included in The Best American Poetry 2018. She is the author of six books of poetry and two chapbooks. Her most recent book is The O in the Air. Find more on Maryann here: https://www.maryanncorbett.com/ Review the Rattlecast on iTunes! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rattle-poetry/id1477377214 As always, we'll also include live open lines for responses to our weekly prompt or any other poems you'd like to share. A Zoom link will be provided in the chat window during the show before that segment begins. For links to all the past episodes, visit: https://www.rattle.com/rattlecast/ This Week's Prompt: Write an assay—a poem that breaks down an idea or topic into it's constituent parts. (See Jane's assays, "Silence" and "To Judgment.") Next Week's Prompt: Write a poem about a museum for an abstract concept, using one of the forms Maryann read: ghazal, villanelle, call and response, or alliterative. Title it “The Musuem of ______.” The Rattlecast livestreams on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter, then becomes an audio podcast. Find it on iTunes, Spotify, or anywhere else you get your podcasts.
In this week episode I interview my good friend legendary golf instructor Jim McLean, who is one of the most prolific golf instructors of the last 30 years. He is known for coining the phrase “X-Factor”, observing that the greater the differential between the hips and shoulders at the top of the swing, the more power the golfer can create. He pioneered the use of video for golf instruction and was one of the first adopters of radar technology used in swing analysis tools like TrackMan. He is also authored and sold over 15 different books and videos, and taught some of the greatest golfers of our generation. Including, Sergio Garcia, Curtis Strange, Gary Player, Bernard Langer, Al Geiberger, US Open champions Liselotte Neumann, Jane Geddes, Lauri Merten, Ben Crenshaw, Tom Kite, Webb Simpson, and Hal Sutton to just name a few. Actually, its over 100 PGA tour players but who is counting.Jim McLean is CEO of the Jim McLean Golf School, which operates from eight locations.Support the show
Kathryn K. Abdul-Baki was born in Washington D.C. to an Arab father and an American mother. She grew up in Iran, Kuwait, Beirut and Jerusalem where she attended Arabic, British and American schools. She attended the American University of Beirut, Lebanon, has a BA in journalism from George Washington University in Washington D.C., and an MA in creative writing from George Mason University, Virginia. As an astute observer of two distinct cultures, she has published five works of fiction, some of which have been taught at universities in multicultural literature, women's studies and Arab studies departments. Kathryn worked as a journalist and features writer for an English weekly newspaper in Bahrain before devoting her time to writing fiction. Her published works include a collection of short stories, Fields of Fig and Olive: Ameera and Other Stories of the Middle East, and four novels, Tower of Dreams, Ghost Songs, Sands of Zulaika and A Marriage in Four Seasons. She won the Mary Roberts Rinehart award for short fiction, and her novel, Sands of Zulaika was a finalist for the Ariadne Prize. (She has also published in journals such as Confrontation, Shenandoah Review, Phoebe, Union Street Review and WorldVision). Her books are taught at universities in Multicultural Literature and Arab Studies departments and she is a frequent lecturer at universities and schools on these subjects. Universities where she has lectured include Georgetown University, Mary Washington University, University of Virginia, Sarah Lawrence University, Tufts University, New York University, Grand Rapids Community College, University of Southern Maryland and St. Mary's College, Maryland. Kathyrn released in September a new memoir that reflects on love, loss, renewal and overcoming devastating early trauma through music, dancing and the devotion of the strong American and Arab women in her life, called Dancing Into the Light: An Arab-American Girlhood in the Middle East. Kathryn's new book weaves together stories about her bicultural upbringing with an American mother and a Muslim father from Jerusalem (Her family moved from Washington, D.C., to the Middle East when she was very young). Set against the backdrop of the early American presence in Iran under the Shah, and the burgeoning years of Kuwait's early oil boom, Dancing into the Light is Kathryn's memoir of a life disrupted by tragedy. But instead of derailing her life, her mother's death opened the door to deeper love and support from other places within her family. Kathryn discusses: Growing up immersed in disparate cultures, navigating cultural mores and values of two very different societies How people of diametrically different cultures and faiths can coexist in harmony when there is tolerance and respect for the other Dispelling stereotypes of Arab women and misconceptions about Middle Eastern cultures Life as a bicultural person in the Middle East – Kathryn's mother was a Southern woman from Tennessee and her father was a Muslim from Jerusalem How she has seen Kuwait, Jerusalem and other parts of the Middle East change politically, socially and historically over her lifetime Experiences with grief at an early age, and how she found solace following the deaths of her mother and younger brother Overcoming devastating early trauma through music and dancing Ms. Magazine said of Kathryn's work: “Her politics are feminist, her theme is human ethics, and her writing is finely honed.” She has three children and resides with her husband in McLean, Virginia. She loves to dance and teaches and performs Argentine tango in the Washington, DC area. Find out more about her at www.KathrynAbdulbaki.com. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/maria-leonard-olsen/support
I'm guessing you know about The Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918, but do you know about the man who willed it to existance, the man known as "The Birdman of the Senate?" I didn't until Will McLean Greeley, the Great-great nephew of Senator McLean, and author of a biography on Senator McLean reached out to me and we talked for the podcast. It's a great story, and one I'm enjoying learning more about. You can find the book on Amazon here or at the publisher's website here. Read more about the book, the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918 and more on my blog post. Thanks for listening and I hope you enjoy the book. Until next time, good birding!
In today's episode we are joined by Elly Mclean to unpack alcohol and the unpopular truth that we all need to hear. We explore our personal journeys with alcohol and how this has changed over the decades, the current cultural narrative about alcohol, the role of relationships, alcohol's impact on your metabolic health, your hormones, your sleep, your parenting and your longevity, the why and how to of taking a break from alcohol and so much more. Head to https://www.stephlowe.com/podcasts/454 for show notes, episode transcripts and more.
Gavin McLean (Lloyds) discusses instant payment adoption across various geographies and its implications for corporate users. Delving into common adoption issues, McLean explores strategies to boost corporate adoption of faster payment methods. Our gest also covers how to mitigate FX risk in cross-border transactions and technology's role in evolving commercial card payments so they can be harnessed as a working capital tool.
Click Here for the Show notesAllow me to introduce our esteemed guest, Amber McLean:Amber wears multiple hats as the founder and creative force behind the vegan lifestyle blog 'Her Healthy Passport'. Beyond this, she dons the roles of a journalist and a seasoned professional editor for prominent health publications.Amber's expertise is a fusion of health, travel, and the vegan way of life. Having been nurtured as a vegetarian from an early age, she took the leap to embrace veganism 14 years ago, a choice that has shaped her journey ever since. Armed with a master's degree in journalism from New York University, she is not only well-versed in the art of the written word but also holds the mantle of a certified yoga instructor. Among her accomplishments stands a nutrition cookbook titled 'The Green Pregnancy Diet,' focused on the nutritional needs of expectant mothers following a vegetarian path.Her roots trace back to the scenic landscapes of Hawaii and Northern California, and though her journey led her to the bustling vicinity of NYC, her spirit retains the wanderlust for exploring the Earth's splendors. Whether it's the rhythmic keystrokes at her desk, culinary endeavors in her kitchen, or the serene embrace of a yoga studio, Amber's pursuits mirror her passion for life. When she's not immersed in these endeavors, you'll likely find her traversing the globe, savoring the plant-based delights that various corners of the world have to offer.In this episode, we explored the captivating realm of Puglia, a gem in Italy's southeast. Our focus: central Puglia, home to UNESCO Heritage Sites, natural wonders, and quaint hillside towns.Amber's expedition spanned seven days, a family vacation brimming with awe and inspiration. They wandered serene coastlines and olive orchards. Amber introduced vibrant vegan-friendly options, revealing Puglia's unique culinary scene.Practical insights flowed as Amber shared tips on vacation villa rentals, transportation, and well-researched guidance for a smooth travel experience. Her firsthand encounters offered an authentic glimpse into this hidden Italian treasure.Check out our website | Check out all the podcast show notes | Follow us on Instagram
We are back on the couch for the rest of part 2. This episode includes the remaining panel discussion amongst the men and then concludes with the audience Q &A. The episode begins with the question: WHAT DOES DEPRESSION LOOK LIKE IN MEN? We explore the topic of depression - what it looks like, how it can be addressed, how our panel copes with their own stressors and challenges, and much more. One of our medical doctors allows himself to be vulnerable and shares his own experience with sadness following the death of one of his teenage patients. We are back with our panelists: Gordon Eric Knowles, MODERATOR, President Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce Harold F. Pryor, JD, Broward State Attorney Phillip Wells, Licensed Mental Health Counselor & Business Coach Herman McLean, Jr., Licensed Mental Health Counselor Dane Reid, Voice Actor & Author Jean Titus, Owner & CEO Titus Unlimited Dexter Bridgeman, CEO & Founder MIA Media Group, LLC. Dr. Alix Lanoue, MD, Gastro/GI Dr. Shaun Smart, MD, Neurology ARE YOU READY TO TAKE THE COUCH? *Note - you can WATCH this podcast on Spotify, and it will be available soon on my YouTube Channel - Dr. Delvena Thomas. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/brainlove/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/brainlove/support
We are so stoked to have Portland's own, Sean McLean as our guest on No Simple Road this week! Sean has been playing in World's Finest since 2011 and has been all over the music scene sitting in with every band imaginable like Leftover Salmon, Umphrey's McGee, and Lespecial just to name a few. His prowess on both the guitar and Alto Sax are unmatched and his new band Sean McLean and The Vibetenders is set to take the scene by storm this Fall! We sit down in the studio this week with Sean to talk about: Prepping hiimself to sit-in with so many different bands. Forging relationships across the musical universe. The changing landscape of World's Finest and how he ended up playing in the band. What made him ultimately fall in love with the Sax and guitar. Landing in the PNW from Chicago. His take on the uniqueness of the Portland music scene. Those moments when music becomes much more than 'notes'. What it is like for him when The Muse decides to pay a visit. How mistakes can ultimately become opportunities for variety. ... and so much more! For music, show info, mech, and more head over to: www.worldsfinestmusic.com and follow Sean on IG @saxer33 -For THE BEST MUSHROOM CHOCOLATES EVER go over to @MELTMUSHROOMS ON INSTAGRAM and shoot them a DM for a menu of all the amazing flavors of MUSHROOM CHOCOLATE BARS and MAKE SURE TO TELL THEM NSR SENT YOU FOR $20 OFF YOUR FIRST ORDER! -FREE SHIPPING from Shop Tour Bus Use The PROMO CODE: nosimpleroad -Make Sure to visit our friends at Fire On The Mountain for some amazing food at one of the 3 location in the Portland area or one of the 2 location in the Denver area! -CHECK OUT www.venuellama.com TO RATE YOUR FAVORITE VENUES AND GET HELPFUL INTEL ON VENUES YOU'VE NOT YET BEEN TO! INTRO MUSIC PROVIDED BY - Will Hanza of Escaper MUSIC IN THE COMMERCIALS BY AND USED WITH PERMISSION OF: CIRCLES AROUND THE SUN OUTRO MUSIC BY AND USED WITH PERMISSION OF: CHILLDREN OF INDIGO No Simple Road is part of OSIRIS MEDIA. Osiris Media is the leading storyteller in music, combining the intimacy of podcasts with the power of music. We inform and delight music fans by creating shows with leading artists, telling untold stories, and working with brands to craft compelling narratives that bring music to life.
In the latest episode of Hashing Out the Law, we journey back in time to uncover the remarkable life and legacy of Senator George P. McLean, often hailed as the "Birdman of the Senate." Join us as we sit down with author Will McLean Greeley, the man behind the captivating biography, "A Connecticut Yankee Goes to Washington: Senator George P. McLean, Birdman of the Senate." Senator McLean's crowning achievement, the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918, still reverberates today, saving countless bird species from senseless harm and extinction. We delve into the life of this Connecticut icon, from his humble beginnings on a farm to his pivotal role advising five U.S. presidents and shaping change as a U.S. Senator during an era marked by political instability and corruption. Greeley's meticulous research and vivid storytelling bring McLean's journey to life, providing a richly painted portrait of a man whose passion for wildlife conservation left an indelible mark on our nation's history. Join us for an enlightening conversation that explores history, politics, and the enduring impact of one man's dedication to protecting our feathered friends. Discover the fascinating story behind the law that saved billions of birds and the man who championed it.
In today's podcast, our guest is Rebecca Zung, who has taken a unique path in life. She faced challenges from a young age, being bullied for her Asian heritage and navigating life as a single mom at 22. Despite these obstacles, she forged her journey, veering away from family expectations. She left her first marriage, pursued a career in law, and rose to become one of the nation's top family law practitioners. Her accomplishments extend to representing celebrities like Arnold Schwarzenegger's goddaughter. However, she ventured into a niche in which many needed guidance on narcissism. Rebecca recognized the significance of understanding and dealing with narcissists in today's world. This episode promises to deliver valuable insights into her unique journey and expertise in handling narcissistic individuals. Tune in for an enlightening discussion. [2:35] Why should I listen to you? I care deeply about giving people access to justice. It is my mission to help people break free from toxic relationships and get access to justice so that they can live authentically and create new beginnings and new futures. [3:20] Where did your base of understanding or awareness of this come to pass? I hail from McLean, Virginia, which, surprisingly, had its share of racism despite not appearing so. My dad, an anesthesiologist, worked at a DC hospital, while my mom, of German descent, was a nurse. I'm half Chinese and half German, resulting in a perceived lack of "fun genes" and a strong work ethic. Childhood wasn't easy; I faced bullying due to my Asian background, even though I attended Chinese school on Saturdays. While I didn't fit in at Chinese school, I found belonging within my extended family. My dad's unwavering support contrasted with the challenging bullying experience. Nevertheless, I excelled in high school, ranking second in my class. My form of rebellion led to dropping out of college at 19, getting married, and becoming a mother of three by 22. Post-divorce, I became a single mom, worked as an inner-city schoolteacher during the day, and attended law school at the University of Miami at night, even making law reviews. Law school introduced me to a remarkable woman married to a judge and top family law attorney who hired me, launching my career in family law. I later represented billionaires and celebrities, expanding into a successful media career as a national TV correspondent. However, a pivotal shift from law to entrepreneurship exposed me to a covert narcissist, reigniting memories of childhood bullying and prompting me to delve deeper into the subject. [11:30] How can one discern between someone who is having a bad day and a narcissist? That's an excellent question because I used to believe that narcissists were exclusively male, often misogynistic, loud, dominating the room, and constantly boasting about themselves. I had no idea that narcissists could be female and display covert behaviors. Narcissism is more complex than I initially thought. It exists on a spectrum, with a recognized personality disorder in the DSM-5. At its core, narcissism is characterized by a deep inner emptiness. Individuals on this spectrum seek to fill this void through external means, manipulating and using people to extract any semblance of value. It's like there's a perpetual black hole inside them that can never be satisfied. They desperately yearn for external validation to the point of depletion while still feeling unsatisfied. Narcissists attempt to fill this void in a couple of ways. They might pursue what I call "diamond-level supply," which involves impressing others with flashy possessions, big houses, or wealth. Alternatively, they seek "coal level supply," which represents the darker aspect of narcissistic supply. This involves controlling, manipulating, debasing, or mistreating others to elevate themselves by diminishing those around them. [14:20] Did you, at some point in time, feel bad like you should have known? Well, the individual I dealt with was a covert narcissist, which presents a subtler and more understated form of narcissism compared to the overt or grandiose narcissist. Overt narcissists tend to enter a room and dominate it, demanding the best table at a restaurant and boasting about their achievements. They are quite obvious in their self-centered behavior. On the other hand, covert narcissists are just as narcissistic but in a less overt manner. They engage in behaviors that often come with plausible deniability, allowing them to keep their hands seemingly clean. For example, they might claim not to have seen you in an email or express surprise about your presence at a meeting they supposedly missed. These actions are subtle, passive-aggressive, and often accompanied by a charming facade that makes them well-liked by everyone around them. [17:50] Can you share how your brand grew? While parting ways with my business partner, I embarked on an intriguing journey. I dived into understanding the YouTube algorithm and grasped the concept of funnels, all while managing my law practice and regular commutes. My quest for knowledge extended to narcissism, not specifically related to my situation but for deeper insight. As I immersed myself in extensive reading on the subject, my collection of narcissism books grew behind me. This newfound wisdom unexpectedly converged with events in late 2019, when the world was undergoing significant changes. I began applying my understanding of narcissism to my legal cases, leading to remarkable progress. The realization that I might be onto something significant prompted me to create YouTube content in January 2020, focusing on dealing with narcissists. My channel had a modest 300 subscribers, making monetization elusive. However, my videos on negotiating with narcissists defied the odds, gaining substantial traction. March 11, 2020, marked the release of my course, coinciding with the onset of the global COVID-19 pandemic. The inaugural webinar, titled "The Three Must-Have Secrets to Communicating with a Narcissist," aimed to promote the course. Despite these challenges, my efforts paid off, resulting in explosive growth for my YouTube channel, accumulating 400,000 subscribers and 40 million views. I successfully sold 10,000 SLAY programs, introduced a certification program, and authored a book featuring a foreword by Chris Voss. In just three years, my life underwent a profound transformation. [23:40] What prompted you to write the book, and what was the motivation behind its timing? As you penned it, were you envisioning a specific audience, like mothers, colleagues, or someone else? Approximately 1 in 15 people display narcissistic tendencies or possess personality disorders lacking empathy, which include conditions like bipolar disorder or antisocial personality disorder. If each of these individuals emotionally abuses just three people during their lifetime, it affects 158 million Americans or 3.4 billion people globally, and this estimate may even be conservative. Traditional approaches to dealing with narcissistic individuals as if they were regular, reasonable people are ineffective. My methods have proven to work, as demonstrated by over 10,000 individuals who have shared their transformative experiences with me. Many have even expressed that my tools saved them from severe situations, such as contemplating suicide. This reinforces my belief that I'm on the right path and meant to do this work. Recognizing that not everyone can afford access to the assistance I provide, I've taken steps to establish a 501(c)(3) organization in collaboration with Lindsay Snyder, owner of In-N-Out. My passion for this cause stems from the belief that everyone should have access to justice. [26:38] How does understanding and dealing with narcissistic individuals contribute to addressing issues of justice? Narcissistic behavior stems from unique brain structures formed through early and consistent exposure to childhood trauma. Trauma prompts our brains to initiate a fight or flight response, releasing adrenaline and other hormones for heightened strength and speed. In children repeatedly exposed to trauma, this response floods their limbic system, causing arctic development. While their prefrontal cortex continues to develop, the limbic system remains underdeveloped. As adults, encountering triggering stimuli puts narcissists in survival mode, resulting in narcissistic injury. Their behavior may appear irrational to others, but it feels rational to them. Sometimes, they don't even remember their actions during this period. In negotiations or conversations, most expect a reasonable resolution. However, narcissists prioritize taking you down, even at their own expense. This distinction matters because they find satisfaction not just in winning but also in manipulating, provoking, and seeing your discomfort. This complex behavior separates them from those solely seeking victory in negotiations. [36:25] What promise did God make to the world when he created you? Justice for the little guy Key Quotes [14:10-14:19] Narcissists seek supply by impressing others and controlling and manipulating others. [11:00-11:08] Narcissists don't attach themselves to you because you have little value; they attach themselves to you because you have so much, and it can happen to anybody. How to connect with Rebecca Zung Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rebeccazung Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rebeccazung Twitter: https://twitter.com/rebeccazung
This is part two of the discussion about men and mental health. ARE YOU READY TO TAKE THE COUCH? Join us for another engaging discussion on men's mental health. The fellas talked for over an hour and then held a Q & A session with the audience. This is the first half of this episode. Watch on YouTube for the full visual - UC3_EujBmU4FEgFT561LaAFQ OUR MEN'S PANEL FEATURES: Gordon Eric Knowles, MODERATOR, President Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce Harold F. Pryor, JD, Broward State Attorney Phillip Wells, Licensed Mental Health Counselor & Business Coach Herman Mclean, Jr., Licensed Mental Health Counselor Dane Reid, Voice Actor & Author Jean Titus, Owner & CEO Titus Unlimited Dexter Bridgeman, CEO & Founder MIA Media Group, LLC. Dr. Alix Lanoue, MD, Gastro/GI and a late addition - Dr. Shaun Smart, MD, Neurology --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/brainlove/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/brainlove/support
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Retiring this season after a 27-year run as head golf coach for the Langley HS Saxons in McLean, Al Berg has led his program on a remarkable run of success. His team is competing to extend a run of seven consecutive Virginia Class 6 State Championship, and add to a total of 9 state titles with Coach Berg at the helm. He joins the podcast to share stories, talk about his career, provide some insights into what has led to his program's success and how he has made it all work despite moving to Richmond over a decade ago. Sponsored by UnionGreen.com Locally inspired gear and exceptional-quality golf products designed for both comfort and style, wherever you are. Enter code “BeltwayGolfer20” for 20% off your order Listen or watch Episode 73 below!
We offer these shows for free. If you think it's worthy of a small contribution, we sure would appreciate it. This is Episode 9 of Season 4 and in it, Jec welcomes back Lee McLean to our show. It's a great interview in which the two horsewomen discuss observations around domestic versus wild horse lives and the possible management practices around them. They get into their observations, which are insightful, as well as weighing in on the sometimes problematic online side-taking around this issue. This is a compelling topic. At the Best Horse Practices Summit, the board and I talked a lot about how best to cultivate best practices – and by that we mean practices that are in the best interest of the horse -- through Summit presentations. Horsekeeping involves making decisions around space, diet, hoof care, your horse's socialization, riding. As Jec and Lee mention, we can get pretty tribal about what we think is best – that's a shame because in my observation, the tribalism is often distinct from horses' actual experiences. After listening to Jec and Lee, maybe you can take a critical look at how you keep your horses and what improvements might be made for their sake. We'd love to hear from you. Thanks to our title sponsor, Lucerne Farms, producers of quality forage feeds, extremely handy and healthy bales of alfalfa, timothy, and grass blends. A great addition or substitute for your hay or grass and way better than grain. Also, thanks to Chill Angel, a Colorado company that makes luxurious superfine merino wool sleepwear, perfect for these cooler nights. It's true – horses in the wild can appear to be doing just fine and we should remember that humans have done a great job of wrecking horses' feet, nervous systems, temperments and confirmation as we have domesticated them for our purposes. Of course, we have elevated their lives, too. As Lee mentions, wild horses have tough lives and a lot of the not-so-pretty events are never witnessed. Also, the various governments and agencies charged with managing wild horses have not done a stellar job here, nor have they used science to roll out optimal policy. It's a political mess, also known as, yep, tribalism. If we zoom out, we see that the swing from wild to domestic can be smooth or startling, depending on what lens we look through, what year, what culture, what eduation, what motivation folks have. A lot of people, especially on properties with more acreage (especially, on acreage with diverse topography), keep their horses naturally (air quotes here) with great success. People with less space have gotten creative with hacks to improve their horses' mental and physical well-being – I'm thinking of pasture design and footing as well as group housing. Here are articles: Wild Horse topics Dr. King: Horses want fewer gifts, better care Care Ownership Last week, after 15 years and 700 newsletters, I suspended the Cayuse Communications newsletter. It was a good stretch and thanks to all those who subscribed. While a page has turned, you can still find great articles on the Cayuse Communications sites, which include HorseHead, NickerNews, BestHorsePractices, and HighCountryOutsider. And, as ever, we have great books available at the Cayuse Communications library. We thank Sampson Moss and his business, Prairie Wind Hat Works, for the generous sponsorship. Sampson makes custom hats from his place in Pincher Creek, Alberta. You can order one today and have it by the holidays. Thanks to Redmond Equine and Pharm Aloe – for generously sponsoring our podcast. Check out Pharm Aloe's aloe pellets which you can simply sprinkle on your horse's feed and Redmond's Rock on a Rope which you can simply hang on a fence. We think you'll love ‘em. Also thanks to Patagonia WorkWear for their continued support. Give us feedback, suggest a topic or guest, or make a donation and you'll be automatically entered to win one of two free Patagonia WorkWear items that we give away every month. Don't forget that Redmond Equine is sending a complimentary syringe of Daily Gold Stress Relief to everyone who drops a tip in our donation jar. Pretty cool and a $15 value. If you get something of value from our podcast, please consider making a donation. We sure would appreciate it. That's it. Another episode in the can and out of the barn. Thanks for listening, y'all!
The Mets drafted a two-way player in this year's draft. Nolan McLean talks with Jon and Vito from Future of Flushing about his experience doing both jobs and how he's attempting to do something so few have down at the major league level. The conversation also takes some twists and turns covering Nolan's love for Batman, his wrestling knowledge, and a partnership he had with Raising Caines. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ever found yourself frozen over the golf ball, your mind buzzing with so many thoughts that your swing becomes stiff and your shot goes wayward? That's what Jim McLean calls a “death move”, and there are 21 of these moves that can completely wreck your game if you don't pay attention! In the third of this 3-part series, Justin Klemballa, who was mentored by McLean himself, discusses the last 7 of these 21 death moves in golf. We start off with our 15th death move: moving the head well ahead of the ball during the driver swing. This shift is identified as a significant obstacle to hitting the ball farther and making solid contact. Justin also talks about the mistake of letting your right foot spin-out in the downswing, resulting in what he calls a “fake finish”. Another death move, casting from the top is attributed to a premature throw from the top of the swing. This is often caused by the golfer not realizing that the start of the downswing begins with the lower body. The next two death moves both relate to “chicken winging” the club. Justin offers tips on minimizing this common tendency and on delofting the club at impact to improve accuracy and distance. Then there's hitting low hooks due to swinging too much inside out. Justin's solution is simple, yet game-changing: Just let the club do its job rather than trying to force it up into the air. Finally, Justin explains how to avoid letting the club go vertical in the follow-through, and teaches a powerful drill which involves imagining a pane of glass atop your shoulders as you swing. To watch this episode on YouTube, click here. Connect with our Guest: Justin Klemballa: Instagram | YouTube For more information on our monthly coaching membership, please visit: BreakingBogeys.com. To get access to the easiest beginner golfer online mini-course, visit: BForeGolf.com. Subscribe to our FREE Female Golfer Facebook Group: First T Crew [Behind the Scenes of Women's Golf] Get in touch! Instagram: @tori_totlis TikTok: @tori_totlis YouTube: @tori.totlis Website: CompeteConfidenceGolf.com Be sure you are subscribed to our podcast to automatically receive the NEW episodes weekly!!!