Device Nation jumps into the wrestling ring with multi-instrumentalist, ESPN broadcaster, WWE fan and Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Sean Mcmillan! A great conversation, you might be inspired to throw a chair!Clinic Site: https://www.drseanmcmillan.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/sportsdrsean?s=20VsbH19&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fdrseanmcmillan.doctormmdev.com%2FLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sean-mcmillan-4476433b/We expand on our "Deep and Wide" series talking with spine rep and friend of Device Nation, Skylar! Adcura Spine should be on your short list as you consider "wide"!!!Adcura Sagittae: https://adcuraspine.comEasily view, share and manage all of your medical images in one web application! ** https://mymedicalimages.com **Support the show (https://www.venmo.com/DeviceNation)
Atlanta Hawks head coach Nate McMillan joined the guys as his team is on a 5-game win streak. McMillan said Kevin Huerter is the "glue" that keeps the team together. Plus, Brandon Adams of DawgNation.com joined Andy and Randy as the No. 1 Bulldogs prepare for their regular season finale on Saturday against Georgia Tech. And the guys answer all you questions in 'Ask Me Anything.' See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“A lot of products from nature can have a much greater part to our health and well being and into the future.” - Jim McMillan Episode Description: Have you ever wondered why Manuka honey is so rare and expensive? Honey is the only food that contains all the necessary substances needed to sustain life. It also helps in weight loss, soothing colds and sore throats, boosting the immune system, and improving brain function. However, Manuka honey's antibacterial properties separate it from regular honey. Apart from this special property, this specific type of honey is also hard to produce. It is harvested from bees that pollinate the Manuka bush, which is native to New Zealand and Australia. Its flowers will only bloom for 2-6 weeks and will stay open for 5 days, a very short period for the bees to collect nectar. Moreover, due to the harsh environment, the flowers may die with only a slight change in climate conditions. Despite all these, the Manuka honey has managed to gain the hearts of consumers due to its special properties, not only in the food industry but also in the beauty industry. Thanks to producers and manufacturers, this golden ray of sunshine is already available all over the world. True Honey Co. is one of the companies that believe in protecting and conserving the Manuka bush and the environment in which it thrives. That's why, the company's founder and CEO, Jim McMillan closely works with local farmers and sectors that have the same goals. In this episode, Jim shares how he stumbled into this space, and how they ensure that their product stays true and pure. Jim also discusses the chemical component that makes manuka honey an effective antibacterial and anti-inflammatory agent and its benefits on health and wellness. Justine and Jim also talk about ways to create an efficient system and reinstall confidence in the market. Stay tuned until the end to see where True Honey branches are located across the globe. Connect with Jim: Jim McMillan, founder and CEO of True Honey, knew right from the start that finding the best Mānuka bush and having access to remote locations meant building great relationships with landowners throughout the country's best Mānuka honey-producing regions. As it's always been, a big part of Jim's job is working closely with farmers, local Iwi and the Department of Conservation. He's dedicated to protecting New Zealand's unique environment, while working with these landowner partners to leave the land in a better state for future generations. Full ownership from hive to jar means Jim stands behind every drop of their Mānuka honey, with full traceability back to where it was harvested. As the industry grows, Jim is dedicated to making sure that honey lovers worldwide can trust The True Honey Co. name for high rated, ethically produced and top-notch quality Mānuka honey. Connect with True Honey: Website Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Connect with Justine: Website Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Connect with NextGenChef: Website Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube NextGenChef App (Apple) NextGenChef App (Android) Episode Highlights: 00:50 The Story Behind True Honey 02:40 Manuka Honey, A Gift From Nature 06:50 Challenges in the Manuka Honey Industry 11:13 Reinstalling Confidence in the Market 14:27 Market And Product Development 18:56 Producing Premium Honey
Florida-based sports bar owner & CPA Ron McMillan, 61, was drinking 1.5 liters of Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey a day. And two packs of cigarettes a day. He knows that's a lot. But with a couple of simple tweeks, Ron has successfully quit drinking and smoking, despite being surrounded by drinkers and smokers all day. Learn how Ron embraced the sober life and how you can stop drinking, quit alcohol and live an alcohol free lifestyle. ★ - (Free Guide) The Alcohol Freedom Formula For Over 40s Entrepreneurs & Business Professionals: https://www.alcoholfreelifestyle.com/guide ★ - (Free 35-min Call) Book a complimentary booze-busting call with James's professional coaches to see if, or how, we can support you in your alcohol-free journey: https://www.alcoholfreelifestyle.com/schedule ★ - (Liver Cleanse) Natural supplements to support you on your alcohol-free journey: https://www.swanvitality.com/collections/all ★ - (Positive Shift Journal) The gratitude journal James designed to help his clients reduce stress and anxiety: positiveshiftjournal.com
What's up, dudes? Kelly McMillan from the Canadian SPIRIT podcast and the Supernatural/Paranormal Investigations and Research Institute joins me to dive into the Rendlesham Forest Incident! Late night Christmas/early morning Boxing Day in 1980, a possible UFO sighting created a big stir in for a few USAF staff in the UK! Strange markings? Check! Unusual light events? Got ‘em! Unexplained crazed animal noises? You betcha! So grab your telescopes and Geiger counters and take deep dive into this episode!SPIRITHalt tapeHalt tape transcript Halt memo
You can get a good dog from anywhere! My guest Trish McMillan says good (and bad) dogs can come from any source; shelters, rescues, and breeders. But many have vilified purchasing dogs from breeders so it can be hard to find good information about what makes one ethical. Listen in to learn the red flags that should make you run for the hills, and what to expect from an ethical breeder who's breeding behaviorally sound puppies. Click the link in my bio to listen, or find it on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you like to listen! www.trishmcmillan.com Functional Dog Collaborative - Facebook Group, Website, Podcast Good dog If you want to work with me, Susan Light, you can find me at: www.doggydojopodcast.com The music was written by Mac Light, you can find him at: www.maclightsongwriter.com If you like the show, please Subscribe, Rate, Review, and Share to help others find the show! I'll see you next Tuesday with a brand new episode of the Doggy Dojo! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This is a delicate issue, and it was difficult to cut our conversation to 30 minutes! Even with adding a part 2 (next episode we'll talk about choosing a good Breeder if you go that route) we couldn't cover everything. But we tackle the reasons why Rescues turn people down, why "No Kill" has done more harm than good, and some of the ways Rescues could help more families adopt pets and help those pets succeed in those homes! My guest is Trish McMillan, MSc, CPDT-KA, CDBC, ACCBC Trish McMillan holds a Master of Science degree in animal behavior, and is a certified professional dog trainer, certified dog behavior consultant and associate certified cat behavior consultant. She has been involved in the animal rescue and sheltering world since the mid-1990's, starting out as a volunteer and working her way up to director of animal behavior. She worked for the ASPCA for nearly eight years; first as Director of Animal Behavior at their NYC shelter, then as a behaviorist on their field team, helping assess and rehabilitate dogs from cruelty cases, dogfighting and hoarding situations, then she joined the Shelter Research and Development team. Trish currently does animal behavior consulting near Asheville, North Carolina, working with dogs, cats and horses. Her farm, Pibble Hill, is home to a happy herd of animals of five species. Trish speaks and consults nationally and internationally on animal sheltering issues, dog, cat, and horse behavior, dog aggression, and defensive handling. Her online shelter dog behavior mentorship has helped students from around the world apply best practices at their respective shelters and rescues. Most of our talk about Behavioral Euthanasia didn't make it into the episode - it's not something to really cover in passing. But if you've had a pet who lost their life to their own behavior, Trish is part of an amazing group on Facebook, Losing Lulu. This group is ONLY for people who've lost pets to Behavioral Euthanasia, not old age, accident, illness or any other way. If that's you, I encourage you to apply for membership. Find more about Trish at her website below! She also recommended this form, Adopters Welcome, for any Rescue looking to implement what she refers to as "Starting from Yes"! www.trishmcmillan.com Adopters Welcome Also cut from the episode was a discussion about the legal aspects of adoption. I mentioned a lawsuit filed in California against a rescue for placing a dog that turned out to be dangerous. Trish mentioned another California law, Hayden Act. If you want to work with me, Susan Light, you can find me at: www.doggydojopodcast.com The music was written by Mac Light, you can find him at: www.maclightsongwriter.com If you like the show, please Subscribe, Rate, Review, and Share to help others find the show! I'll see you in two weeks with a brand new episode of the Doggy Dojo! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
The Heatholderz set down with the big homey and OG podcaster Devin "War Room Dev" McMillan of The War Room and War Room Sports Podcast Network. The brothers talked about everything from car concerts to what the bounty would the Tom Brady 600th TD football to Ben Simmons and Philly sports. It's The Tape Y'all
Everybody gets old, including your dog. That adorable little pup that grew into your constant companion may be showing signs of getting old, both physical and mental. Different breeds and sizes of dog age at different rates. A large breed like a Great Dane is considered senior at around six years old. A small dog, like a Chihuahua, for example, may not be considered old until she is seven to ten years old. The more tuned-in you are to the typical signs, the sooner you can help your dog age gracefully. Physical signs that your dog is aging Cloudy eyes or difficulty seeing: Eye cloudiness (nuclear sclerosis) can happen so gradually that you might not notice it right away. While it's a fairly common occurrence in senior dogs and doesn't affect vision, it may also be a sign of cataracts or other eye diseases, most of which are easily treatable. Your dog may also start bumping into things or have trouble locating a toy on the floor or other familiar objects. This could signal vision loss. Horrible breath: While doggie breath isn't uncommon at any age, if your dog seems to suddenly have awful breath, it could indicate gum disease, tooth decay, or infection. The immune system weakens as dogs age and they are not able to fight off infections as easily as they did when they were younger. Along with a good dental cleaning, your vet may decide to do blood work to rule out infection. Slowing down or difficulty getting around: An older dog may have trouble with stairs, jumping into the car, or just getting up after a nap. You might notice weakness in her back legs. While we all slow down as we age, your dog's mobility issues could be caused by arthritis or another degenerative disease. Along with any medication or supplements your vet recommends, you will have to adjust your dog's exercise regimen to slower and shorter walks or a new exercise routine. Swimming, for example, is gentle on the body and many dogs love it. New lumps and bumps: Some dogs are prone to harmless fatty lipomas, but these lumps under the skin are more common as dogs age. However, any new lump should be checked by a veterinarian to rule out a malignant tumor. A change in weight: It's not surprising that older, less active dogs sometimes gain weight and you may have to adjust your dog's diet and exercise to maintain a healthy weight. However, you should also pay attention if your senior dog loses weight. This could be the result of reduced muscle mass, which is common in older dogs, or it might be caused by reduced appetite, poor absorption of nutrients, or a digestive illness. If your dog loses more than 10 percent of her body weight in a few months, or even in a year, consult your vet. Incontinence or difficulty “going:” If your dog suddenly seems to forget his housetraining or seems to strain when urinating, these could be signs of a urinary tract infection or kidney disease. However, incontinence is not unusual in elderly dogs and there are medications that can help. Behavioral and mental signs of aging in dogs Physical changes aren't the only differences you may notice in your dog as he ages. Changes in behavior can signal an underlying physical problem or may be a normal sign of aging. For example, if your sweet pup has suddenly turned into Grumpy, she may be in pain caused by arthritis or be experiencing some other physical discomfort. Or your high-energy companion may be sleeping hours a day. Older dogs need more sleep, just let him nap. However, changes in behavior may also be the result of canine cognitive dysfunction syndrome (CCDS). According to a study at the National Center for Biotechnology Information, CCDS affects 14-35 percent of dogs over eight years old. A dementia similar to Alzheimer's in humans, CCDS can bring about pronounced changes in your dog's everyday behavior: Fear of familiar people or objects. Changes in the sleeping-waking cycle, including restlessness or pacing at night. Increased barking and vocalization. Repetitive or compulsive behaviors. Forgetting commands and cues that she once knew. House soiling. Increased anxiety. Confusion and disorientation. Marked change in activity level. Your vet will be able to make a diagnosis by asking you simple questions during the appointment. While there is no cure for CCDS, there are some new medications and therapeutic options your vet can discuss with you. How can you help your aging dog? The single most important thing you can do is check with your vet if you see any of these physical or mental changes. The vet can determine the underlying medical causes and prescribe treatments. He can also help you make some decisions about your dog's care going forward: changes in diet and exercise, changes you can make around the house, or in the daily routine. We spoke with Wendy Stevens, a former veterinary technician at VCA Alton Road Animal Hospital in Miami Beach, with 30 years experience, and she said that pet owners' greatest fear is having to make a decision about their pets' end of life, and that fear may make an owner unwilling to visit the vet. They may also not be educated about the signs of aging and take a “wait-and-see” attitude. The cost of care is also an issue for many pet owners. Our dogs give us many years of love and loyalty and it's only natural to want to make their senior years as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. Aging is a normal part of life and with some vigilance and attention to your dog's health, these can truly be “golden years.” Get Your Free AKC eBook
Brace yourself for another few months of continual Medicare ads on television during open enrollment. I can almost guarantee these ads will cause one of your clients to call you with questions about their coverage. Can you answer the question? Today's guest is Ryan McMillan, Vice President of Sales for Senior and Individuals at Bankers Fidelity Life Insurance Company. Ryan will prepare you to at least help your client ask better questions this year and help them sort through a wide range of options. Also, do you want to get regular updates on news about Ryan and other guests of our show? Go to https://thatannuityshow.com and subscribe to our newsletter. We hope you enjoy the show.
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**This episode originally aired live on KGRA on October 8th 2021, make sure you check us out over on the KGRA Youtube channel every Friday"** Watch episodes live every Friday at KGRA: https://www.youtube.com/c/KGRAdb 3pm PT || 6pm ET || 11pm UK 'Andy & Dan kick off with some discussion of the new bills currently going through the senate! Then an interview with Tim McMillan, co-creator of "The Debrief ( www.TheDebrief.org ) about his piece on the San Marino event recently. Then, the guys break down their thoughts on what could come of the proposed "Project Titan" before finishing off with listener points & footage review! Get involved by getting in touch with the show: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @ufouapam Instagram/Facebook: That UFO Podcast' Watch episode live every Friday at KGRA: https://www.youtube.com/c/KGRAdb Original episode at KGRA: https://youtu.be/sxwNcvYVtmg
In this episode of the "Chicken Dinner" podcast, Sam Panayotovich discusses a Traefecta whiff and $1 billion wagered in New Jersey last month. Special guest Iain McMillan from BetSided join the show to talk about gas station parlays and betting every NFL game this year.SUBSCRIBE! "Chicken Dinner" on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, and wherever else you listen to your podcastsFOLLOW! @chickenxdinner @spshoot
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Destiny of Manufacturing EP 0501 – Dustin McMillan – Mcmillanco Mfg Dustin McMillan is the Owner of McMillanco Mfg. Dustin created his company 7 years ago. He has founded the Mfgmonkey […]
Welcome to the JWB Dynasty Digest, where we give you a consumable dynasty perspective. In today's episode we hit on whether you should be in or out for fantasy football on Kadarius Toney, Dalton Schultz, and Davis Mills! Find all of our rankings, projections, articles and more at JWBFantasyFootball.com! Follow us on Twitter! - twitter.com/JWB_FF Follow Wyatt on Twitter! - twitter.com/WyattB_FF Follow Schuyler on Twitter! - twitter.com/TheFFBuffalo Follow Malcolm on Twitter! - twitter.com/McLateralFF
Welcome back to this week's unSeminary podcast. We're talking with Brian McMillan, from CenterPoint Church in Long Island, New York. Brian is talking with us today about how pastors can keep their souls healthy by being generous and Kingdom-minded toward church plants coming into their area. Challenges of church planting. // When planting a church, […]
David Radford of the Gray Havens comes on the show to share details about the band's new album Blue Flower, including how it was made, how it was affected by the pandemic, and how it was influenced by C.S. Lewis's memoir Surprised by Joy. This episode is sponsored by Katie Lighty, whose new single "Never" available now. Click here for more information. The JFH Podcast is hosted and produced by Chase Tremaine and executive produced by John DiBiase and Christopher Smith. To meet the people behind the show, discuss the episodes, ask questions, and engage in conversations with other listeners, join the JFH Podcast group on Facebook.
In this episode, Russ talks with Mac McMillan about his recent return to helm CynergisTek as President and CEO once again. McMillan draws on his years of experience in the military, in government and as a cybersecurity expert to lay out his three principles for leadership: Mission, Service, and Integrity. He highlights the crucial need for healthcare organizations to shift their cybersecurity paradigm away from compliance and instead strategize for resilience against cyberattacks. McMillan encourages CHIME to continue to serve as a brain trust for the community and a powerful voice to drive change through the collective expertise of its members.
Sherry McMillan-Ballard truly believes "social work" is a calling. For as long as she can remember, she could never shake the overwhelming urge to lend a helping hand to a stranger or simply a listening ear. She is a true motivator with a strong desire in believing, "You can do anything with a plan and motivation." She believes in the goals and dreams of each person she engages through life, including individual and/or group therapy. No matter the age, she is capable of building rapport and fostering a therapeutic relationship for recovery. Sherry believes everyone is entitled and capable of managing life from daily stressors to mental and medical issues.Sherry has recently pivoted her experience both professional & personal into an all telling book which acts as a guide for women (men, too) to release the things that are hindering the creation of an intentional, goal-driven life. Each person should be able to confidently live as their most confident & authentic self. The journey starts within with Transition to the Real & Beautiful You.Learn more and download the worksheet: https://www.sherrymcmillanballard.com/
EP 232 of the Leave Your Mark is a deep and thoughtful conversation with my friend and peer, Stu McMillan. It's the second time I've had him as a guest, the third issue of his content (we did a little Performance Lab together as well a while back). Our paths crossed maybe fifteen years ago now, we were performance coaches at opposite ends of Canada working with elite athletes. We shared a common vision of improving athletic performance and resilience, but we didn't really know it at the time. There was both a mutual admiration, but a mutual distrust in those early years. We didn't really know what to make of one another, and we didn't really try. Segue forward and Stu has become a friend, and someone I admire for his ability to re-invent himself, explore multiple dynamics, be at the top of his game, question his own abilities and approaches, and live an eclectic life. From DJ to writer, to coach, and to entrepreneur, these are but a few of the elements that make Stu unique. I truly enjoy our conversations, and this one is no exception. I hope you enjoy this week's LYM, I know I did.
Synopsis; In the concluding segment of our four-part series, Viewing Rural Health, Education, and Business Through an Equity Lens. produced in collaboration with and supported by Grantmakers In Health. Michelle chats with four riveting guests: Ann McMillan, Program Director at Grantmakers In Health (GIH), responsible for access and quality programs; Allen Smart, national spokesperson and advocate for improving philanthropic practice under his group. PhilanthropywoRx; Debby Warren, Executive Director of the Southern Rural Development Initiative (SRDI) and the Community Reinvestment Association of NC; and Emily Hinsey, Director of Operations and Program Development of Grantmakers In Aging (GIA), the national membership organization of philanthropies amplifying the voices of older people and issues of aging.. McMillan discusses the GIH's role in advancing health initiatives and how organizations can seek funding from her organization. Smart describes how his organization is helping rural stakeholders deal with the pandemic and the future challenges that will be presenting themselves in the rural space. Warren discusses her group's two-year initiative involving the United Philanthropy Forum, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to strengthen and expand philanthropic investments that promote rural racial, social economic, and health equity. Hinsey details the key focus areas GIA has been elevating within rural aging philanthropy and some of the strategies that have worked well in this space. This episode of Rural Matters and the entire series is sponsored by Grantmakers In Health, a nonprofit, educational organization dedicated to helping foundations and corporate giving programs improve the health of all people. Its mission is to foster communication and collaboration among grantmakers and others, and to help strengthen the grantmaking community's knowledge, skills, and effectiveness. Learn more by visiting www.gih.org
If you're a pet photographer who works with - or would like to work with - pet businesses then you've likely already realised that everything you already know about working with private clients really isn't applicable when you move to the B2B space. Throw into the mix that most of the commercial photography education out there doesn't apply when dealing with small, local or boutique pet businesses and you might find yourself totally lost about how to best serve these clients. We're talking your local groomer, doggy day care, pet bakery - all businesses who could potentially bring in a fantastic new income stream - if only you knew how to serve them best.That's why we invited Personal Branding photographer Meg McMillan of Meg Marie Photography onto the show today. Meg is killing it in the world of small business and personal branding clients and today she shares how you can take that same approach and apply it to your pet photography business!IN THE EXTENDED EPISODE:* Tips for shooting behind the scenes* What to shoot: the difference between client and branding sessions* Booking workflows and questionnaires* Overcoming objectionsClick here to listen to the full extended version of this episode in the Memberzone
Today we had a chat with Tim Mcmillan & Ralph Blumenthal. In The Debrief exclusive piece, Ralph speaks to the UAP and experiencers pop culture references within mainstream media and news today from Demi Lavato, Kendrick Lamar, and other notable celebrities, along with five unbelievable new stories and encounters.
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The Clergy in Early Modern Scotland (Boydell Press, 2021), edited by Chris R. Langley, Catherine E. McMillan and Russell Newton, is an outstanding and agenda-setting volume that puts the experience of Reformed ministers at the centre of the religious history of early modern Scotland. Long confined to the historiographical margins, ministers have been represented either in hagiography or, in the case of their most famous representatives, including John Knox, total opprobrium. This volume asks new questions of the role played by Reformed preachers, and their wives and families, in relation to kirk sessions, parish discipline, godly ideals, national agendas for political and theological change, while paying attention to the extraordinary linguistic, theological and cultural variety of early modern Scotland. Crawford Gribben is a professor of history at Queen's University Belfast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/british-studies
The Clergy in Early Modern Scotland (Boydell Press, 2021), edited by Chris R. Langley, Catherine E. McMillan and Russell Newton, is an outstanding and agenda-setting volume that puts the experience of Reformed ministers at the centre of the religious history of early modern Scotland. Long confined to the historiographical margins, ministers have been represented either in hagiography or, in the case of their most famous representatives, including John Knox, total opprobrium. This volume asks new questions of the role played by Reformed preachers, and their wives and families, in relation to kirk sessions, parish discipline, godly ideals, national agendas for political and theological change, while paying attention to the extraordinary linguistic, theological and cultural variety of early modern Scotland. Crawford Gribben is a professor of history at Queen's University Belfast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
The Clergy in Early Modern Scotland (Boydell Press, 2021), edited by Chris R. Langley, Catherine E. McMillan and Russell Newton, is an outstanding and agenda-setting volume that puts the experience of Reformed ministers at the centre of the religious history of early modern Scotland. Long confined to the historiographical margins, ministers have been represented either in hagiography or, in the case of their most famous representatives, including John Knox, total opprobrium. This volume asks new questions of the role played by Reformed preachers, and their wives and families, in relation to kirk sessions, parish discipline, godly ideals, national agendas for political and theological change, while paying attention to the extraordinary linguistic, theological and cultural variety of early modern Scotland. Crawford Gribben is a professor of history at Queen's University Belfast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
Today we have a chat with Tim McMillan & Gary Voorhis! Today will be the first time that Tim has been on the show, and we are excited to talk about H.R.3450 and S.2610 and why they are essential strides on the road to disclosure. Also, what went down in San Marino over the weekend? Gary Voorhis talks UAPx in hour 2 and joins us for the conversation with Tim. Come aboard, let's get weird!
The Risk Perspective is back and so is Mac McMillan! Kicking off season 3, Mac McMillan, CEO, President, and Founder of CynergisTek joins us to talk about CynergisTek's Resilience Partner Program, a unique approach that helps organizations evolve their security and privacy posture by reducing cyber risk and helps them build an approach that responds every day. Listen as Mac talks through this new methodology including why it's time for healthcare to finally (and actually) make the shift, and understand how CynergisTek's solutions help map out your resilience journey and keep things simple. Subscribe to CTEK Voices: The Risk Perspective on Apple iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, or your preferred podcast platform. Remember to like and subscribe to The Risk Perspective, and don't forget to leave your comments.
This week on The Revolution with Jim and Trav bullets are going to fly, big deer are going to bite the dust and overseas hunting adventures will push us to our limits! Joining the boys for these Great Escapes will be Cheyenne Ruether from "Backyard Ballistics", plus Nick Hoffman of "Nick's Wild Ride" and the Kansas Cowboy and star of MCMILLAN, Tom McMillan. The Revolution is presented by Outdoor Channel, Sportsman Channel, World Fishing Network and MyOutdoorTV.
Frank N. McMillan, III joins us from Corpus Christi, Texas to discuss his book, Finding Jung, the McMillan Institute for Jungian Studies, and the annual Fay Lecture Series in Analytical Psychology
This month, we're going back to school with stories of the most influential women educators in history. History classes can get a bad wrap, and sometimes for good reason. When we were students, we couldn't help wondering... where were all the ladies at? Why were so many incredible stories missing from the typical curriculum? Enter, Encyclopedia Womannica. On this Wonder Media Network podcast we explore the lives of inspiring women in history you may not know about, but definitely should.Every weekday, listeners explore the trials, tragedies, and triumphs of groundbreaking women throughout history who have dramatically shaped the world around us. In each 5 minute episode, we'll dive into the story behind one woman listeners may or may not know -- but definitely should. These diverse women from across space and time are grouped into easily accessible and engaging monthly themes like Educators, Villains, Indigenous Storytellers, Activists, and many more. Encyclopedia Womannica is hosted by WMN co-founder and award-winning journalist Jenny Kaplan. The bite-sized episodes pack painstakingly researched content into fun, entertaining, and addictive daily adventures. Encyclopedia Womannica was created by Liz Kaplan and Jenny Kaplan, executive produced by Jenny Kaplan, and produced by Liz Smith, Grace Lynch, Maddy Foley, Brittany Martinez, Edie Allard, Lindsey Kratochwill, Sundus Hassan, Adesuwa Agbonile, Carmen Borca-Carrillo, Taylor Williamson, and Ale Tejada. Special thanks to Shira Atkins.We are offering free ad space on Wonder Media Network shows to organizations working towards social justice. For more information, please email Jenny at email@example.com.Follow Wonder Media Network:WebsiteInstagramTwitter
This installation of Inside Us I'm joined with long time co-worker and friend Christian. He's an accomplished Para-legal and currently pursuing a career in cyber security. Come join us as we talk about growing up, and doubling down on situations! . . If you haven't already Subscribe to the pod on all platforms! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/inside-me/support
One race into the playoffs and brackets aren't busted but the standings were reshuffled! The Athletic's Jordan Bianchi and Tom Jensen of the NASCAR Hall of Fame join Brett Jensen for this week's show. With stages and two full races left before the first cut, is it too early to panic if you're below the cut line? And on the other end, can drivers who had a good night at Darlington fall victim to getting too comfortable?
Welcome to the Rock Your World Naturally Show! In this episode, Rekishia L. McMillan, also known as The Total Health Coach, teaches that fasting is not about dieting, deprivation, counting calories or dwelling on numbers on a scale, however, its about achieving a place of total alignment for your spirit, soul and body. Fasting in an ancient spiritual practice derived from the dietary practices as outlined in the Word of God. In this show, you'll discover how you can achieve divine alignment in your total health in spirit, soul and body through the power of fasting. * Renew your relationship with God through Divine Alignment * Naturally lose weight more easily * Experience and enjoy glowing skin * Achieve restful and sound sleep * Rid yourself of imbalance and stabilize your mood * Have the energy to accomplish your goals and life purpose Find Rekishia online at => www.RockYourWorldNaturally.com Facebook and LinkedIn @RockYourWorldNaturally Instagram @RockYourWorldNaturally Twitter @RockYourWorld28 Get Rekishia's latest books Rock Your World Naturally: 7 Divine Keys to Unlock Extraordinary Health & the companion Journal, 28-Days and Beyond Wellness Journal https://www.rockyourworldnaturally.com/rywn-the-book
A Charity Event Supporting the Amenia-Wassaic Community Organization Sponsored in Part by the Silo Ridge Community Foundation The 1st annual Hudson Valley Rodeo, supporting the Amenia-Wassaic Community Organization and sponsored in part by Silo Ridge Community Foundation, will be held on Saturday, October 2, 2021 at Keane Stud in Amenia, NY. The rodeo will be topped off with an evening concert featuring country music star Chris Janson, along with special guest Ian Flanigan. All net proceeds from this community event will benefit the Amenia-Wassaic Community Organization and its programs. This event is the first of what is slated to become an annual, event in the picturesque area of northern Dutchess County. The Hudson Valley Rodeo is a family friendly event featuring Mutton Bustin', Barrel Racing and Bull Riding. Doors open at 3pm and the rodeo begins at 4pm. There will be a variety of local food trucks and libations for the adults. After the conclusion of the rodeo at 6 pm, attendees will be admitted to the concert field where Saugerties musician Ian Flanigan, one of the top finalists of The Voice, will open the concert portion of the evening at 7pm. Award winning country musician, Chris Janson, whose hits include Buy Me a Boat, Fix a Drink & Good Vibes, will headline the evening's performance. The Hudson Valley Rodeo is being produced by Leland McMillan and Woodstock-based Chet-5 Productions, Inc. Tickets are being sold both as a package (Rodeo and concert) or individually for just the rodeo or the concert. 100% of net proceeds to benefit the Amenia-Wassaic Community Organization About the Amenia-Wassaic Community Organization The Amenia-Wassaic Community Organization (AWCO) provides resources to support the work of qualified nonprofit community organizations serving the Amenia-Wassaic area. Through collaborative leadership and cooperation with partners, AWCO helps to enrich the lives of our neighbors by bringing community services, health, arts, education, conservation, and cultural programs to the area. The AWCO's goal is to create healthier, happier, more connected lifestyles for all Amenia-Wassaic residents. Through partnerships with local organizations, the AWCO works to establish and support parks, trails, town improvements, public spaces, and community programs for everyone. In this way, AWCO aims to make Amenia-Wassaic a better place for all to live, work and play for generations to come. About the Silo Ridge Community Foundation The Silo Ridge Community Foundation (SRCF) is dedicated to helping local nonprofit organizations aid those in need throughout the Amenia-Wassaic area. The SRCF provides funding through its grant program to organizations addressing issues such as hunger, veteran reintegration, senior needs, education, conservation and community enhancement. The Foundation is supported by Silo Ridge Field Club Members, guests and friends in the local community. It is through their financial donations the SRCF is able to work collectively with area nonprofit partners to build a better community for everyone.
On this episode I'm talking with Set Decorator Sarah McMillan who is Emmy nominated for her work on the riveting limited series “Mare of Easttown”. Sarah's resume has some real hidden gems like AMC's “Dispatch's from Elsewhere”, Netflix's “Living with Yourself”, the period film “Kill Your Darlings”, and her first Set Decorating job was on Gus Van Sant's "Last Days". In starting out she set dressed on “The Royal Tenenbaums”! Sarah and I talk about the home town vibes she created in absolute perfect detail in capturing the look of Easttown, a fictional town outside of Philadelphia.
Join Maestro Jerry Tello and Ernest McMillan as they discuss taking action to create change, meeting people where they are, collaboration of multiple generations, and the richness of a supportive community.For more, please visit: https://www.nationalcompadresnetwork.orgInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/healgenpodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/HealGenPodcastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Healing.Generations.Podcast
Coach McMillan is in his 13th season as the University of Tennesse-Martin Women's Basketball coach. They have won 4 conference tournament titles and 6 regular season titles. UT-M has been to post-season 9 times. Coach McMillan has been Ohio Valley Conference Coach of the Year on 4 occasions. 100 % of players have graduated during his tenure, and the program recently had its 1st player in OVC history, Chelsey Perry, be drafted into the WNBA. 3:06 Developing a WNBA player. 5:32 Don't take anything personally. 6:58 The rarity of extra time. 8:11 Creating adversity everyday. 10:14 Hard to define, easy to notice. 12:13 “I'll stop coaching whenever I have to lower my expectations.” 14:41 Water on a rock overtime. 19:10 The ownership circle. 20:51 Not coaching the final score. 22:32 Parents: There's justice in allowing this. 26:04 “Isn't that what sports is here to do for kids?” 29:36 Processing a tragedy and life's fragility. 33:28 Wanting to go back to high school. 38:41 The part coaches have control over. 40:30 Eight storms coming together from a 10,000-foot view. 45:32 Crockpot coaching. 47:19 The best can handle it. 50:37 How do you sustain with change? Download The Best Mental Toughness Quotes That Will Make You BETTER TEXT DRROBBELL to 33444 If you enjoyed this episode on Mental Toughness, please subscribe and leave a review! Dr. Rob Bell drrobbell.com
Lori thought she had found a love of a life time. Then she found her love was leading a double life. Listen and get in to the details of this story of heartbreak and the road to healing. Watch for the second part coming soon when Lori shares more about...