This week we're talking to chemist and tik tok star Dr. Andre Isaacs. We talked about mentorship, creating the proper learning environment, the importance of creating a more diverse and inclusive STEM landscape, and much much more. Plus we have a news segment covering oceans of open data, malleable metal, and creepy crawlers. Check out links to these stories and everything Dr. Isaacs talks about at scinight.com. Your Hosts] James Reed (https://twitter.com/James_Reed3) Steffi Diem (https://twitter.com/SteffiDiem) Jason Organ (https://twitter.com/OrganJM) Our Guest Dr. Andre Isaacs is an associate professor of organic chemistry at the College of the Holy Cross. He is also a pretty incredible creator on Tik Tok, where he shows that scientists can have fun, and that educators can do some serious educating without being so serious. By creating a strong sense of community in his classroom and lab, Andre is training the next generation of students to be confident in their work, and comfortable with being their authentic selves. Credits Editing-James Reed Mastering- James Reed Music: Intro and Outro- Wolf Moon by Unicorn Heads | https://unicornheads.com/ | Standard YouTube License Additional Sounds- Inside a Computer Chip by Doug Maxwell |https://www.mediarightproductions.com/ | Standard YouTube License The Science Night Podcast is a member of the Riverpower Podcast Mill (https://riverpower.xyz/) family
A pessimist is someone who looks for the calamity within every opportunity.They natively seek out what could go wrong and the reasons not to seize a possibility like a heat-seeking missile whizzes towards its target.You are a possibilitarian. A POIV [Person of Immense Vision]. A hopefulist and a radical enthusiast.The more you own your power and develop the exceptional confidence that comes with making your fantasies real, the bigger your dreams will get. And when that happens, even more people will think you're weird. And foolish. And wrong.Those who condemn you are locked in their limited beliefs and terrified of their own bigness. That magic that was awake within them when they were kids has been stuffed deep into their darkest natures through life's trials and corresponding traumas.And so they know not what they do.Their criticism is awesome soil within which to grow your faith in yourself. And your ironclad trust in your finest instincts. Bless them rather than cursing them. For they are helping your rise.If you're ready to make 2022 the single happiest, healthiest and most productive year of your life yet with Robin Sharma as your mentor...The global response to his life-changing digital program The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari Method was truly incredible...So, after discussing with his team the massive amount of feedback we received from those who snapped up this opportunity and have since experienced remarkable shifts in the way they live and work, he felt that now is the perfect time to make this offer available again…This truly remarkable 30-Day Challenge offers you hours of world-class training and takes you well beyond what you learned in The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari book that so many people around the world have fallen in love with. [If you haven't read the book you'll still be blown away by this course].You can find all the details to get one of the limited memberships into the course here.FOLLOW ROBIN SHARMA:InstagramFacebookTwitterYouTube
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Does your agency's branding stand out from the competition? Is your offering and positioning unique? Does it establish your agency's authority in your niche? Today's guest explains how he turned his speaking career into a thriving agency thanks to smart branding. Travis Brown is the founder and CEO of Mojo Up Marketing+Media, an agency focused on building unstoppable personal and company brands. Travis has been building his brand since long before stepping into the agency world. Now, with his diverse and talented marketers, he helps others figure out and grow their brands. In this episode, we'll discuss: Getting started with public speaking Leveraging speaking engagements to grow the agency What works with branding. Sponsors and Resources E2M Solutions: Today's episode of the Smart Agency Masterclass is sponsored by E2M Solutions, a web design and development agency that has provided white label services for the past 10 years to agencies all over the world. Check out e2msolutions.com/smartagency and get 10% off for the first three months of service. Subscribe Apple | Spotify | iHeart Radio | Stitcher | Radio FM Taking the First Steps in the Public Speaking Space Before ever thinking about starting his agency, Travis began a successful career as a motivational speaker. One of the most valuable lessons he learned was that the hardest part wasn't the speaking itself, it was getting people to pay him to get on their stage and speak. He hired a coach early on who taught him to invest time in figuring out his brand and unique positioning. Once he learned to do that for himself, it led to more than 2,500 paid talks over 10 years. Travis started out speaking about leadership, management conflict, and corporate training and eventually turned to youth speaking. Later on, he got a creative position as America's anti-bullying coach, where he could use his experience while also having a big impact. This new role was an opportunity to get to another level as he toured the country and had interviews on national TV. In hindsight, this taught Travis the power of creating unique positioning in the market where, instead of competing with anybody else, he was complimenting them. After many years in that industry and working as VP of marketing in a bank, he decided to start his own agency to help other people build their brands. How Can You Start a Speaking Career? It is a powerful feeling to get up on a stage. It's the sort of experience which changes how people see you. In fact, Travis now rejects invitations to tradeshows without a speaking engagement. He recognizes the moment you step on a stage people will look at you as an expert, which is a game-changer for elevating your brand. Try to link speaking engagements to your area of expertise and your core beliefs so you really come off as an expert. Travis always takes the topic he's asked to develop and links it back to his branding, which is his specialty. How can you start? He recommends starting local. If you have a niche, look for an opportunity to do a breakout session. For example, if you specialize in marketing for dentists, reach out to the local dentist association. Once you do find an opportunity, build the presentation thinking like a marketer: Have video and engaging content. Offer valuable nuggets of info. Have a free offer to get them into the funnel. Following that, focus on leveraging the first speaking engagement into another and then another. Before you know it, you'll be on a big stage with an audience filled with your ideal customer avatar. Being on stage will put you in the position of being the expert who can help them. They'll get in line to hire you and your agency. Turning Speaking Career Into a Thriving Agency Travis says he has done it both the right and the wrong way. When he started his agency, he had accumulated a lot of experience in elevating himself and his brand. However, he didn't know how to grow an agency. He got out there and got a lot of business for the agency with his brand. He soon learned it couldn't be all about him. It had to be about the team and the focus really needed to shift to showcase their abilities. His first attempt to do this didn't go as well as expected. It was done too quickly and it didn't make sense to remove him so fast when his personal brand was driving all the revenue. He had to start over and get to a point where he transfers the knowledge and credibility over to the agency. A perfect example of how to do this right is Gary Vaynerchuck and Vayner Media. Gary is the brand, but clients never expect to work directly with Gary himself. Travis has started to introduce his audience to his team, instead of just making it the Gary show. This is how Travis is rethinking his model. Building your personal brand can be the fastest way to bring in revenue for the agency. You just need to know how to do it correctly so the agency can shine as well. What Has Worked for His Agency's Branding Right now Travis and his team are leaning into the “diverse and talented” core of the agency. They realized they have a very diverse team, which is not common at all. The team of 15 people includes black men and women, Asian women, and Hispanic and white women. That diversity led to opportunities with companies that are looking to: Work with a diverse agency, and Trying to figure out how to get a similarly diverse team. Now they are focusing on helping clients tell a story and develop an impactful brand through the lens of diversity. This way, they can help tell diversity stories by actually being one. They recognize that the diversity within the team helps them be that much better at telling diversity stories. A lot of agencies may say they are diverse but can't actually back it up. Credibility is so important nowadays and people are able to tell if you're claiming you can do something but not actually doing it yourself. For his agency, diversity has become an important part of who they are and it also works as a unique identifier, which all agencies need. What Are Your Agency's Unique Identifiers? Travis believes your agency should have its own “three uniques,” which are three things that identify and differentiate your agency. Some other agencies maybe have one or even two similar differentiators, but no other company should have those exact three since they are true to your specific DNA. These identifiers will help you create your own unique persona as an agency. Those are your core values and how you will get very different types of people in your team to all work towards one single goal. Moreover, being clear about your brand and core values will help you find like-minded individuals to join your team. For Travis, diversity is part of the agency's culture and what he is building. He is passionate about building a brand and telling a story to help his client make the most impact and he wants a team that is equally passionate about that. 2 Tips on Hiring and Client Success Travis likes to make sure that whoever his hiring is really passionate about doing the thing they're hired to do. A lot of times in an agency you're trying to fill some roles quickly. You end up hiring someone who is good but is not necessarily passionate about their role. In hindsight, he would really slow down and make sure people convince him that they want to be in their position within his company. He also wishes he had spent more time understanding how to create a better client experience. His agency's end product is always good, but the process was sometimes a bumpy ride for clients. Now he really wants to focus on making the entire experience exceptional from start to finish. Improving Customer Experience Remember that you may be celebrating every time to make a sale, but the client is probably thinking “did I make the right decision?” A good way to ease their anxiety is to immediately communicate with them after the sale. Jason likes to send quick personalized videos where he welcomes the new client and offers a few pointers. People are usually surprised to learn his videos are not automated. This is why it's worth it to think about ways to make each client feel appreciated. That extra effort will definitely separate you from everyone else. Travis has learned there's a difference between having a talented team and having a successful process. A successful process leads to a great experience. You need to map out every single instance within the client journey where you can impact and connect with them. As the lead strategist in his agency, he has also learned once clients get to a stage where they'll be communicating directly with the team, they feel abandoned by him. He empowers his team and lets them do what they do best. However, he is working on finding a way this in a way clients still feel taken care of. As an agency owner, you need to position yourself as a thought leader and make it clear at some point clients will be working with the team. Build up the team and make sure they know they will get better results than if you took care of every single aspect. Also, map out the process so they'll know who they can turn to at each stage of the process. Should We Look for Mentors in The Agency World? After years of building his business from scratch, Travis admits he would've liked having someone to turn to. Nothing like that existed when he or Jason were building their agencies, but it is the entire reason behind the mastermind. Jason's goal is to be the resource he wished he had when he was starting out. Think about how many times you've given advice to your team or partners. You probably can't seem to do that with yourself and it's because you are too attached to your business and your way of doing things to see other possible ways to approach a solution to your problems. If you learn to ditch the competition mindset and look at it more as a community that understands and supports your most difficult challenges, then you won't need a mentor. Want the Support of Amazing Digital Agency Owners? Do you want to be around amazing agency owners that can see you may not be able to see and help you grow your agency? Then go to the Digital Agency Elite to learn all about our exclusive mastermind.
This episode features an interview with Mark McLaughlin class of '88, Chairman of the Board at Qualcomm and Vice Chairman of the Board at Palo Alto Networks, a global cybersecurity leader working to shape the cloud-centric future with technology that is aimed at transforming the way people and organizations operate.Mark also served as President and CEO of Palo Alto Networks from August 2011 to June 2018. Prior, he was President and CEO of Verisign, after holding other numerous positions with the company. Before that, he was the Vice President of Sales and Business Development for Signio, Vice President of Business Development for Gemplus, served as General Counsel of the Caere Corporation, and practiced law as an attorney with Cooley Godward and Kronish LLP.For nearly a decade, Mark has served as a member of the National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee (NSTAC), a body that for more than 30 years has brought industry chief executives together to provide counsel on national security policy and technical issues to the U.S. President and national security leadership. He received his J.D. from Seattle University School of Law and his B.S. degree from the United States Military Academy at West Point. He served as an attack helicopter pilot in the U.S. Army and earned his Airborne Wings.In this episode of On Point, Mark talks about his non-linear career path that started after being medically discharged from the military because of a helicopter accident. He explains his paradigm for assessing work opportunities, advice for military veterans as they transition into civilian business, and how he has balanced his career and family life. Mark emphasizes how veterans can translate their unique skill sets and experiences into jobs and leadership opportunities, the importance of networking with fellow alumni, and how they need to look out for and promote themselves to prosper outside of the army. -----------------"My big message now to folks who are transitioning out is don't lock yourself into a life plan, something like that where you feel like you're off course, or you're failing if things don't work out exactly like you thought they were gonna work out. Do a ton of networking, super important. That's actually how stuff works in life. That's actually how opportunities present themselves. You have to work really hard to get the opportunities and executing the opportunities, you do a lot of networking that way. And, don't be discouraged if you feel you're on a non linear path to something. Many times in my life most of the best things that happened to me weren't planned; something happened, something presented itself, somebody took a chance on me, and then I went in that direction and it worked out." - Mark McLaughlin-----------------Episode Timestamps02:00 AAR - After Action Review Segment02:15 Decision to Attend West Point02:55 Experience at West Point03:55 Starting the Crew Team at West Point05:50 Difficulties in First Year07:45 Experience Flying Cobra Attack Helicopters09:50 Abrupt end to Military Service and Making a Career After the Army14:30 Career After the Military26:15 Mentors and Advice from Others28:00 Time at Palo Alto Networks35:00 Working with Different Types of Investment Firms and Boards37:15 SOP - Standard Operating Procedure / Daily Routines and Advice45:45 Giving Back - Advice for Transitioning Veterans-----------------LinksMark's LinkedInMarks TwitterTim Hsia LinkedInLance Dietz LinkedInWest Point Association of GraduatesOn Point Podcast
Yasmin on mental health stigmas: “As black students and as black women, we're taught that we need to be better than our white counterparts. We need to be resilient and strong. We need to be everything they are as far as grades, AND some. We can never show any signs of weakness. And I think that's where that stigma comes along with mental health, and I think the first step is a willingness to speak openly about our struggles.”Yasmin Bellew is the president of Alpha Phi Omega, Cornell's largest service fraternity, but she's also a member of pre-law organizations KAPi and Black Ivy. Listen to her conversation with Daniel James II about growing up in California's Central Valley, the impact of her black women mentors, the inaccessibility of therapy for people of color, the difference between structural reform and victim advocacy in the criminal justice and incarceration systems, and so much more.Catch Black Voices on the Hill each Friday @2pm on WVBR 93.5 FM. wvbr.com/blackvoicesInstagram: @blackvoicesonthehill BVH is now on TWITTER! @BVHCornellMusic provided by OZSOUND. Channel: https://goo.gl/qnhQtD.
It's not just the number of relationships that matters, but also the quality. Good relationships are built on trust, mutual respect, and support. Strong relationships can help you weather difficult times, recover from trauma, and find meaning in life.In this episode, we discuss different types of relationships, including mentorships. Which is a great way to develop positive relationships. A mentor can provide guidance, direction, and sometimes great advice. Listen, Get Inspired, and Level Up.
We could all use a little help from those around us, specifically someone with a little more experience to help guide us towards success. Today we are happy to welcome Hinge CPO, Michelle Parsons, to share a little bit about her own journey and help you get ready to go out there and find your own perfect product mentor. Get the FREE Product Book and check out our curated list of free Product Management resources hereThis episode is brought to you by Amplitude.Amplitude is the pioneer in digital optimization software, helping product leaders answer the strategic question: "How do our digital products drive our business?" More than 1,400 customers, including Atlassian, Instacart, NBCUniversal, Shopify, and Under Armour rely on Amplitude. The Amplitude Digital Optimization System makes critical data accessible and actionable so teams can unlock insights, build winning products faster, and turn products into revenue. Amplitude is the best-in-class product analytics solution, ranked #1 in G2's 2022 Winter Report.Get started today at amplitude.com
You do not want to miss this episode as Kim Mellor and I literally step into our vision board with our biggest podcast guest manifestations to date.We are joined by the incredible Regan Hillyer and Juan Pablo as we explore what Releasing into Abundance means and how to ‘trust the yes'. In this episode, we remind you how it is possible to create a life that is bigger than your vision by being open and available to all possibilities.When you tap into all the Abundance that you desire from a place of service, both your heart and vision opens in magical ways. Juanpa and Regan share their incredible journeys and pivotal life moments that have taken them on their own pathway to becoming Conscious Leaders. We talk about everything from lifestyle and relationships to business and health, and uncover the tools to help you navigate into a higher frequency - and into abundance. This episode will inspire you to do the deep inner work and grow through every obstacle and opportunity that comes your way.Sign up to receive my weekly newsletter bursting with self-love gifts, insights and revelations… www.ginaswire.com/newsletter--If you've taken something meaningful away, why not leave a five-star review, subscribe and share with your friends, family and social media community. Your share might be the thing that changes the course of someone's life! Together, we can raise the self-love vibration for everyone on the planet.--Join me on Instagram: @ginaswireExplore my website: www.ginaswire.com
Being with STATiC for over three years, I know that one of the things he LOVES talking about are his influences. For those who know him best from his guitar-playing on record and stage, I wanted him to talk about his influences, all the way back to when he started, and what he'd learned from them along the way. In this part 1 episode, STATiC talks everything from the records his cousin gifted him, to the first concert he went to, to the moment he knew he wanted to play, to then being surprised to find himself in a rehearsal with a musician who left one of the more impactful impression on him 15 years prior, never knowing he'd be rehearsing in the same room as him years later! Join Produce Like A Pro Academy: https://producelikeapro.com/ STATiC: @staticisnoise // The Noise Room: @thenoiseroomstudio // Kira: @kiravioletxo
The Irresponsible Mentors are back after a little hiatus. The Trio open the show discussing why an episode was not released last week…. After a long kangaroo court the Mentors open the show discussing a teacher from upstate NY who made her pick cotton for a graded assignment. The show moves along with reactions from the Netflix is Joke stage beat down involving Dave Chappelle. The mentors also dive into Drake, the unfortunate passing of Kevin Samuels and much more. Lastly the IMOTW are hilarious this week! Thanks for the support, we love y'all!!! Follow Chip T Twitter| @Chip_T_904 Instagram| @Chip_T_, Tuck @Tuck_33. Follow us on Social Media| Instagram: Irresponsible Mentors| Twitter:https://twitter.com/imspodcast| Follow Donny Du-Rag on twitter & IG @Donnny_D
In this short episode, Sheldon goes over the things that he is grateful for in his life and business. The Law of Attraction starts with gratitude. Sheldon is grateful for: Higher Power, Family, Clients, Mentors, Friends, Resources, Podcast family. Don't forget to subscribe, share and comment on this podcast!
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Should church attendance for our children be required? As a Mum this is a crossroad we may find ourself at. Join us this week as the Mums talk about their journey with church attendance and how they approach this topic with their children. Remember to subscribe so you never miss an episode! Monday with the Mums and Thursday with the Mentors. For info go to MUMlife.org
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When I met this doctor at a recent conference, I was so intrigued when she told me her goal was to live an imperfect life. Her reasoning is that is if everything perfect, there is no reason to grow. And that was just one of the fascinating tidbits I learned after talking with Dr. Latifat Akintade. A gastroenterologist, she was living paycheck to paycheck, until she broke away from her current thinking and now helps women physicians go from financial overwhelmed to becoming financially confident as a money management coach. If you need a better handle on your finances, don't miss this intriguing episode! Dr. Latifat Akintade's Coaching Site https://www.moneyfitmd.com Change How You Handle Your Finances- A 5 Day Video Series https://www.moneyfitmd.com/cashflow ===== PhysicianCoaches.com The #1 Doctor Directory for Physician Coaches, Consultants, and Mentors https://www.PhysicianCoaches.com ————— This Amazon Best Seller is Now on Audible! The Positioned Physician: Earn More, Work Smart, and Love Medicine Again, 2nd Edition: Updated with over 50 pages of new content including new chapters on goal setting, mindset, and sales strategies for a successful online business! https://www.amazon.com/Positioned-Physician-Updated-Smart-Medicine/dp/B08QFBMWCY FREE Masterclass: How to Become a High Paid, In Demand Physician Coach or Consultant https://www.positionedphysician.com/f/highly-paid-masterclass AFFILIATE SPONSOR: Invest in Passive Income with Crypto through Yield Nodes https://BootstrapMD.com/go/yieldnodes
Chris McCann is a tech business and thought leader specializing in helping successful people and companies remember who they are and align their life with their purpose. After many years of professional striving at the expense of personal development, he awakened to the need to cultivate an inner life. Chris charted a new course prioritizing professional achievement led by personal meaning by studying the world's great spiritual texts, training with prominent spiritual leaders, and developing the tools required to navigate life and find real purpose. His website. WHO IS MARK STRUCZEWSKI? Mark “Ski” Struczewski (also known as Mister Productivity) is obsessed with helping 100 million solopreneurs bust through overwhelm by 2032. In addition to being a productivity coach, Mark is a speaker and the host of The Mark Struczewski Podcast. You can find out more about how to connect with Mark and his mission MarkStruczewski.com. Go from overwhelmed, fatigued, and stressed to experiencing peace, joy, and freedom in 90 days. Find out how at 90DaysToBustingOverwhelm.com.
Want 3 Tips to Calm your Nerves before any stressful situation? These tips are great before auditions, presentations, speeches, zoom calls, sales calls. Excerpt from my interview on the GlobalVID podcast, with advice from Mentors including Grammy winning Producer Sandy Vee (Rihanna, David Guetta) and Emmy winning Casting Director Julie Tucker (The Following, The Equalizer, The Affair). Recently, the Global VID Podcast sat down with NYC actor & communication coach, Michelle Simone Miller to talk about dealing with nerves & handling rejection during the pitching/auditioning process in TV & Film. This episode is meant to inspire up & coming producers, actors but there are so many great nuggets of advice on how to deal with performance anxiety, that this can apply to just about anyone who needs help with any kind of public presentation in sales meetings, in the boardroom or in the classroom. --- If you like our videos, please subscribe or follow us on your favorite podcast app (Google, Apple, Spotify, etc.) Visit Globalvidpodcast.com for more info or join our mailing list at https://bit.ly/3qPI8dx --- Global VID Season 2, Episode 10 is hosted/produced by Eric Y. Lapointe and And Now Global, a Vancouver based international content consulting company. Youtube clip of Global Vid podcast with Michelle Host: Instagram: @MentorsontheMic @MichelleSimoneMiller Twitter: @MentorsontheMic @MichelleSimoneM Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/mentorsonthemic Website: www.michellesimonemiller.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/24mmichelle --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Welcome to our weekly segment, "Three Minute Thursday" where host Pooja Mottl highlights a piece of wisdom she has come across from her own readings, or shares an inspirational anecdote or insight that can help you lead a more calm and rooted life.--"The purpose of life is a life of purpose” concludes author Robbin Sharma (Monk Who Sold His Ferrari). But what is your purpose? If you don't know, you're no alone. Most people fly through life existing but never living, going through the motions, doing what they think they're supposed to be doing but never really taking the time to figure out if that aligns with what truly energizes and fulfills them.If you want to know one thing about your purpose, its about being selfless. Living and doing things that go beyond your individual gain. But to get to the heart of your unique purpose, you'll have to put in the effort. You'll have to take time out life to find it. And one thing that helps is silence. Often, when we get rid of the noise, the conversations, the technology, and all the stimulations of the material world, our mind calms down just enough for it to reveal to us what it is that we're here on this planet for. What is it that our talents and capabilities are meant to work on? What is it that energizes us, uplifts us and fills us with joy? Often times, we can't get these answers if we keep ourselves on the treadmill of life and reaching for distractions. What we need to do is find quiet. Make that time for quiet and it will help you find your purpose. Put it in your calendar if you need to. Turn off your phone – shut down your computer – sit alone with your thoughts. Calm your mind and give it the space it needs to reveal to you what it is that you're here to selflessly do. --If you want to read more of my essays on living calm and free, please sign up to my newsletter by following me on LinkedIn or signing up to at our new website at calmandfreepodcast.com. Please share this episode with someone you love.--Website: https://www.calmandfreepodcast.com/For more from Host Pooja Mottl: www.PoojaMottl.comPodcast Producer: www.Go-ToProductions.comTwitter: @PoojaMottlInstagram: @TheCalmandFreePodcast and @PoojaMottl LinkedIn: @PoojaMottl Special Thanks : Kris Kosach of the TPR Podcast for lending her VO for our Podcast Intro.Jessica Panian for her help with our graphic design. Sufi Kaur for managing and designing our social graphics.
Many homeowners are scared to use their insurance. But roof damage is no joke. Even if it's "minor." Here's WHY the insurance company covers roof claims for hail, wind, or hurricane damage. Every property owner needs to know this. Blog/Transcript: https://blog.theroofstrategist.com/roofing-sales-why-insurance-pays-for-roofs/Questions About Products or Programs? Call/Text: 303-222-7133=============----FREE TRAINING----
The proud mother of Vanessa Williams and Christopher Williams, Helen Tinch Williams retired after thirty-seven years in the Ossining, New York public schools as a vocal music educator and an adjunct professor at Manhattanville College School of Education in Purchase New York. Mrs. Williams is a graduate of Suny Fredonia with a B.S. in Music Education, a Master's Degree from Manhattanville College. Purchase N.Y. and additional studies at New York University. Mrs. Williams is a charter member of The Links Incorporated Greater Hudson Valley Chapter, African American Advisory Board of Historic Hudson Valley, Hope's Door Advisory Board, American Women of African Heritage and former consultant to Today's Students Tomorrow's Teachers. Further, Mrs. Williams is recognized for her commitment as a mentor for college students, care taker for seniors, an advocate for a Bedford Women's Correction Facility inmate and initiating the Dr Richard Sheil Memorial Music Scholarship fund at SUNY Fredonia. Among awards received are the 2001 March of Dimes Mother of The Year, 2006 Rotary Foundation Paul Harris Fellow, 2010 SUNY Fredonia Jessie Hillman Award for Excellence in Education, 2011 The Dorothy Height Distinguished Black Family Award from the National Council of Negro Women and 2012 Dress for Success Toast to our Mothers. In 2017, Fredonia University honored Mrs. Williams with the Alumni Association's Outstanding Achievement Award and established The Helen Tinch Williams Scholarship, which benefits the university's Richard Sheil Memorial Music Scholarship Fund. A memoir co-authored with her daughter Vanessa, a New York Times bestseller book titled You Have No Idea, is a candid story of a Famous Daughter, Her No-Nonsense Mother a,nd How They Survived Pageants, Love, Loss (and Each Other). Mrs. Williams and her late husband Milton A. Williams, Jr. are the parents of two children and have four grandchildren. JONES.SHOW Online: Join us in the Jones.Show Lounge on Facebook. Twitter (Randy): https://twitter.com/randallkjones Instagram (Randy): https://www.instagram.com/randallkennethjones/ Facebook (Randy): https://www.facebook.com/mindzoo/ Web: RandallKennethJones.com Follow Randy on Clubhouse Twitter (Susan): https://twitter.com/SiriouslySusan Instagram (Susan): https://www.instagram.com/siriouslysusan/ Facebook (Susan): https://www.facebook.com/siriouslysusan/ Web: SusanCBennett.com Follow Susan on Clubhouse LinkedIn (Kevin): https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-randall-jones/ Web: KevinRandallJones.com www.Jones.Show
Join us today as the mentors continue the conversation on dealing with anxiety in your children. They use their wisdom and experience to give practical ways to help our children find freedom from anxiety. Listen every Thursday as the Mentors dig deeper into the topics discussed every Monday by the Mums. Remember to subscribe so you never miss an episode! For info go to MUMlife.org
This episode features a conversation with host, Rhonda Willers, and guest, Hannah Kane. Hannah moves through the world as an artist and wanderer. In our conversation, you'll hear how she prioritizes wonder in her life. And then we meander through Hannah's seeking nature and the teachers that have mentored her along the way, including the ocean. Later we think about the ways in which our creativity is impacted by our romanticized beliefs about the creative paths of others.The title of this episode is inspired by Hannah's realization that the ocean is never going to get closer to her, so she needs to put herself next to the…*bleep'n*...ocean, just like we need to put ourselves next to our creativity if we want to experience it. We started the recording after catching up and laughing for about 30 minutes, so you'll hear us come into the conversation from that place of connection and joy. Please enjoy this episode with Hannah KaneTo learn more about Hannah's work and practice, follow her on Instagram: @_h_kane_Studio Mix #10 :|: Hannah KaneBoa Sorte Vanessa De Mata and Ben HarperNdokulandela by Bongeziwe MabandlaFalling Water by Maggie RogersShake it out by Florence and the MachineAll I wanna do by Sheryl CrowListen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/10eBrgqYCbk3phJOrNS6ahHannah Kane Brief Biography:I move through the world as an artist and a wanderer. I have been enjoying my last few years learning through travel and connection with others. I am constantly seeking new languages to connect with and some of my favorite modes are: conversation, storytelling, clay, dance, yoga, food and my newest favorite surfing. Spiritual work is the most important and interesting to me.Episode page: https://theartistinmeisdeadpodcast.com
Mac and Bone discuss the outrage over Ryan Tannehill's comments, get a surprise call from Turks & Caicos from Ashley Stroehlein and Kelsey Riggs, talk Hornets coaching candidates and chat with QB guru JT O'Sullivan about Matt Corral. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Need some inspiration to make the journey away from alcohol feel more joyful, exciting and full of purpose and passion?Then this episode is for you.We are often more focused on what we think the downside of change will be.Today's episode gives you every upside to living a life FULLY AWAKE.And I'm not talking about better skin and more energy, I'm talking about your purpose BEYOND illusion, beyond the good and bad.The right and wrong. Beyond the need to even HEAL. This is about being WITH life, as it is, no alteration required.Take a deep breath, grab a cup of tea, and come on in!Join me, and four of the Magical Mentors from the Stop Drinking and Start Living program.Each one of them share a lesson to the members of their own magic they offer to the world inside of the Portal Of Empowerment.I am beyond grateful for this episode for my own personal connection to these Women and because I get to be on the planet with them at the same time. There presence here on this show and your listening is a frequency match.This information needs to be in your sphere and in your ears. Take the most useful bits to inspire you to see the MAGIC waiting for you on the other side of alcohol. Find more about our Mentors Magic:Freedom Ciavarello: Plant Alchemist and Empowerment Coach (maker of our special program blends)Laura Aszman : Beauty In Movement: Embodiment Facilitator and Hoop Dance InstructorMarlo Nikkila : Living A Life Of Play and SurrenderNura Rachelle : Cosmic Queen of the Stars, Astrologer and TeacherPS: The Stop Drinking & Start Living Program is full of practical magic. The magic you need to stay excited about moving BEYONG alcohol and the willingness to be with discomfort. ✨If you have questions about the program, reply to any email for email@example.com
“Get uncomfortable because that creates growth.” –Marcy Predmore Let's talk about women making money. It's a topic we tend to shy away from, but every time I do work on making money or my mindset around money or my past limiting beliefs on money, amazing things happen. Money is a great teacher, and I'm excited to talk with Marcy Predmore about the synergy of money, health, wellness, and your mind. We tend to have a lot of emotions around money, but money itself is just a tool. We grew up with other people's habits and traditions and emotions around money, but we don't have to stick with them. For any of you who come from a “money is the root of all evil'' tradition or equating money with greed, consider this: The more you're able to help other people get what they need and want, the more blessings of abundance flow to everybody involved. And then there's motherhood and our own well being. How do we fit these together with money making? What mindset blocks are getting in your way? Can you create a thriving business if you are disconnected from yourself? We get into all these juicy questions. We talk about: Leaning on mentors Getting uncomfortable as part of growth Using nurturing practices, including affirmations throughout the day as part of personal growth The energetic tool of writing what you want on white paper with blue ink with your right and left hands Releasing your fears, anxieties, and other feelings about money so that it can flow Sharing a different money legacy with our kids ABOUT MARCY Marcy Predmore-McPhee is an entrepreneur from Estes Park, Colorado. As a single mother, Marcy began her journey to financial independence in the life insurance industry to provide for her and her son. Twenty years and a lot of hard work later, she is consistently recognized as a leader in the industry. In 2015, Marcy and her husband, Tim, saw a way to help others on their financial journey and started Private Banking Concepts with the goal of educating people on how to secure wealth while building a lasting legacy. Marcy and Tim have always focused on an education-first mindset to teach individuals the core knowledge and tactical how-to of implementing concepts used by banks and the wealthy elite to make their money work for them. Links: https://t.sidekickopen84.com/s3t/c/5/f18dQhb0S7kF8cVQDhVYt8g559hl3kW7_k2841CX6NGW36PLmz7t55SYW7s-thm2FPXdxf197v5Y04?te=W3R5hFj26QkHmW4mKDt649M9DrW4fGz-t41TQqzW3N_GDH3F6jG2n4cg7sG213&si=8000000020664046&pi=e6a0cb4b-684d-4dde-9468-010b83cc069b (www.privatebankingconcepts.com) https://t.sidekickopen84.com/s3t/c/5/f18dQhb0S7kF8cVQDhVYt8g559hl3kW7_k2841CX6NGW36PLmz7t55SYW7s-thm2FPXdxf197v5Y04?te=W3R5hFj26QkHmW4mKDt549K45WW3zgFCB43T9x2W3Kck1j3zfnz8W3T1jDH4rGQhZF3Z_szYSywJ1&si=8000000020664046&pi=e6a0cb4b-684d-4dde-9468-010b83cc069b (www.ordinarywomenextraordinarywealth.com) https://www.facebook.com/PrivateBankingConcepts (https://www.facebook.com/PrivateBankingConcepts) https://www.facebook.com/groups/ordinarywomenextraordinararywealth (https://www.facebook.com/groups/ordinarywomenextraordinararywealth) Doable Changes from this episode: FIND A MENTOR. Mentors share knowledge and experience. They can help us see outside our own perspective, teach us tools, show us paths. What area in your life do you need help with right now? Look for a mentor. Think about people you already know. Start exploring that topic or area and see who comes into your life. Ask other people for connections. GET AWARE OF YOUR MONEY THOUGHTS. Money is just a tool, but we tend to have a lot of emotions, habits, and traditions around it. Start to notice these. They might show up like, “There are more important things than money” or “You're greedy to want more” or “I just want enough to take care of my kids.” They might be a sense of scarcity or striving or feeling like you don't know what you're doing. What's one different idea you want to embrace? Write it down....
This week on our MENtors that Make a Difference segment is Vince Menzione, an award-winning business leader who has delivered and advanced four successful business transformations by embracing disruptive technology and building successful partnerships to transform organizations. Today we talk about Vince's career journey and how it can be summed up into four business transformations that have culminated into the start of his very own podcast. We also talk about the changes happening in tech with regard to women's influence in the industry and how male allies can help support their female counterparts. Vince also hosts the successful Ultimate Guide to Partnering Podcast, where he spotlights leadership and partnership principles to help technology organizations thrive and survive during this age of rapid transformation. You can listen to and learn more about the Ultimate Guide to Partnering Podcast here: https://ultimateguidetopartnering.com/ Thank you for listening; we hope Vince's story helps inspire others to seek or grow their tech career.
Coaches, Mentors, Sponsors…oh my. How do you leverage your Network Pyramid? What is the role of a coach? How do you use a mentor? And why do you need a sponsor? In this episode of We Talk Careers, we are talking to Sue Thompson. Sue is an Executive Vice President at State Street Global Advisors and Heads SPDR America's Distribution. Prior to joining State Street in 2018, she advised some of the world's largest and most sophisticated investment managers on their growth and distribution strategies. Sue is a graduate of the University of California, Davis School of Law and a Member of the California State Bar association. Kristine Delano welcomes Sue back to We Talk Careers to talk about your Network Pyramid and how to cultivate these important relationships in your career. “A coach talks to you. A mentor talks with you. And a sponsor talks about you.” Don't miss out. Sue's previous episode on Your Brand is Episode # 5 Michelle Mikos dives deep into Mentoring in Episode #10 Follow kristine.delano.writer on Instagram to join the conversation. Visit www.womeninetfs.com to find additional support in the ETF industry. Go to www.kristinedelano.com for your Thrive Guide: a compilation of the most requested and insightful advice from our guests on Leadership and Advancement. Also check out Sue's book recommendation: The Changing World Order by Ray Dalio.
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Today, I'm joined by senior architectural designer at Michael Graves Architecture & Design, Apoorva Rao. Apoorva shares what originally drew her to the field of architecture and how her passion for her family, Indian-American culture, theology, and philosophy ultimately inspired her thesis. She highlights the coaches and mentors who have helped shape her as a person and designer. She also touches on the role that Indian classical dance plays in her approach to architecture, and her dedication to always work from a place of boldness and courage. About the Guest:Apoorva Rao is a senior architectural designer at Michael Graves Architecture & Design, where she has worked for almost three years. She previously interned at Joshua Zinder Architecture + Design and Gluckman Tang Architects. She also did research at CEMEX, the Mexican construction materials manufacturer. She received her Bachelor of Architecture degree from Syracuse University. Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn, or on your favorite podcast platform. Topics Covered:Apoorva's path to becoming a senior architectural designer Early exposures to Indian architecture The mantra that has guided Apoorva's career How Apoorva has learned to ask and accept support The importance of understanding a client's challenges and expectations Apoorva's overarching career goals About Your HostAtif Qadir is the Founder & CEO of REDIST, a technology company making it easy for commercial real estate professionals to find and use the $100B of real estate incentives given out every year in the US.Resources and LinksApoorva Rao's LinkedInMichael Graves Architecture & Design LinkedInGrab our exclusive guide Seven Tips on How to Stand Out in Your FieldLearn more on the American Building websiteFollow us on InstagramConnect with Atif Qadir on LinkedInLearn more about Michael GravesLearn more about REDIST
Kristen Mynar, a board certified estate planning and probate attorney and partner with Naman, Howell, Smith & Lee in Waco, joins us on today's show. Kristen talks about maximizing your mentors, caring about your clients, and what she looks for when hiring (hint: it's not on a resume!).Her firm/practiceOffices in Waco, FW, San Antonio, AustinMost of the attorneys specialize in something, and there isn't much they don't doHer typical client has high-net worth and a closely held business, so you wind up working with them both on the estate planning and business related issues.Board certified as soon as she could, five years after starting practiceLaw is always changing so always have to stay on top of it; changing administrations can have an impact certainly so watching for whether new laws get passed at the federal levelCurrent exemptions are at all-time highs but set to expire and be cut in half in 2026.Waco is a great community; friendly/competent lawyers; way more money here than you would think, and those people keep their money here.Does a lot of work with partners in the other offices, as well as with clients in the small communities around Waco. Also succession planning for client businesses.Estate Planning can touch a lot of practice areasAdvice to lawyers in practiceHer grammar was a problem in the beginning! So she got red inked on everything for three years.She had great mentors and was a sponge. She listened/learned. Did push back when it looked like there was more than one way to do something.Fortunate to have someone who wanted to teach her how to practice.Much of her practice is drafting/writing, and she kept making the same mistakes at first. So she made a list of all the mistakes she would typically make, and then before submitting anything to the partners would go over that list to see if she had made any of those mistakes.Learn to compensate for yourselfBe humbleTake a minute and think about it! See if you can figure it out. The reader should be able to tell that you at least thought through it.RE: Business development: just be out in the community and make sure people know what you do. Offer to go speak to different groups. Do a good job and care about the client!Advice to Lawyers On The Lateral MarketNot a big believer in resumes.In interviews, looking for personality. Are you a person that I want to practice with? Personable? Easy to talk with?Rapid Fire QuestionsName one trait/characteristic you most want to see in an associate: ability to use their brainWhat habit has been key to your success: keeping my time every dayFavorite app/productivity tool: N/A - all apps are anti-productiveWhat would be listed first on the interest line of your resume: mothering, (low-carb) cooking, loungingFavorite legal movie: Bowl? The Case for ChristThanks again to Kristen Mynar for joining us on today's show!
There's truth in the saying that the people you surround yourself with heavily impact your life. It alters the decisions you make and the goals and aspirations you set. That's why it's so important to find people who are invested in your success. We speak with two career and mentorship experts this week to breakdown the many benefits of mentorship and how to go about finding the right person for you. Learn more at: https://viewpointsradio.org/importance-of-seeking-mentors/
“I've lived a few lifetimes.” – Ross Conway Ross likes creating stuff from scratch and he's good at what he does. For over 16 years, Ross Conway has been a powerful force in the business world. From startups to overseeing complex operations at large corporations, his strong entrepreneurial drive has contributed to the success of numerous businesses. Ross' expertise includes, but is not limited to, building a business blueprint, implementing said blueprint to full operation, enterprise management, creating supply chains, developing product lines, and governing logistics with a steadfast customer-centric approach. It is also worth mentioning the many years he has devoted to gaining experience in graphic design and the supervision of print production. The clients recognize Ross' unwavering commitment to the business and non-profit communities in featured areas such as: Started and operated a printing and branding company. Web development and fulfillment of custom and premade products for multiple ecommerce stores. Content creation for SEO and marketing plans to help companies define their core demographics and capture business in those markets. Custom printed runners' bibs for major Marathons in Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas. In partnership with the St. Baldricks Foundation, developed a non-profit fundraising organization to raise money for children's cancer research. Donation and information link https://www.stbaldricks.org/fundraisers/thebeardisweird Mentors at Ranks of Hope For Prisoners, helping young and old men recently released from incarceration get their footing back in society by mentoring them and helping them realize their full potential. Ross has also been credited to Fortune 500 companies such as Nike where he managed their hot market printing for the Bowl Championship Series and the MLB World Series. And his dedication to outstanding customer relations is well respected from small to large corporations, namely: Nike Alphanumeric Systems Helly Hansen Mecca PNB MGM entertainment Las Vegas Sands Caesars Gaming Golden Gaming Penta Building Baldricks Expedia Live Nation Ross is undoubtedly a capable person with proven experience and knowledge to start, run, budget, forecast, and grow a new business. Are you looking to find Ross? Ross@tradesliquid.com Website – firstname.lastname@example.org YouTube – Trades Liquid YouTube - rightwaywrongwayconway Instagram – @rightwaywrongwayconway Branding services – Sales@nimblpromo.com You can follow the I Can Do Anything Podcast at: Like us and subscribe on Facebook - https://bit.ly/3bG0Efk Follow us on Twitter - https://bit.ly/2yqZczb Find us on Instagram - https://bit.ly/2xDFIa4 Get your merch here - https://bit.ly/teespringicdapod Watch our faces on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeI1EHGodsDgwYbvHuOxLQQ Email us at – email@example.com And then there is always our website - www.icandoanythingpod.com Join us on Goodreads – ICDA
Are you looking for a quick and easy way to get traffic to your website? If so, pay-per-click (PPC) advertising using social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram could be the answer. With PPC advertising, you can create ad campaigns that target specific demographics and interests. When someone clicks on your ad, they can be directed to your website. The good thing about PPC is that you only pay when someone actually clicks on your ad. However if you don't know what you're doing, it can cost you lots of money! Here to help is my good friend and online traffic expert Richard Osterude. Richard is the owner of Epic180, a Digital Marketing Agency in Tampa, Florida.He started his online journey back in 1997 while he lived in El Salvador and has spoken on many stages locally and internationally. Since 2014 he has helped hundreds of businesses generate leads and customers through Meta products. (Facebook, Instagram, Messenger). If you're not getting traffic, this interview will help you along the way! Richard Osterude's marketing company: Epic 180 https://info.epic180.com/home ===== PhysicianCoaches.com The #1 Doctor Directory for Physician Coaches, Consultants, and Mentors https://www.PhysicianCoaches.com ————— This Amazon Best Seller is Now on Audible! The Positioned Physician: Earn More, Work Smart, and Love Medicine Again, 2nd Edition: Updated with over 50 pages of new content including new chapters on goal setting, mindset, and sales strategies for a successful online business! https://www.amazon.com/Positioned-Physician-Updated-Smart-Medicine/dp/B08QFBMWCY FREE Masterclass: How to Become a High Paid, In Demand Physician Coach or Consultant https://www.positionedphysician.com/f/highly-paid-masterclass AFFILIATE SPONSOR: Invest in Passive Income with Crypto through Yield Nodes https://BootstrapMD.com/go/yieldnodes
In today's episode, we're honored to interview Physical Therapist and Author, Tim Reynolds. Tim is an Anatomy and Physiology Professor at Ithaca College, Co-Author of “Movers and Mentors,” an inventor/entrepreneur, and a practicing physical therapist. In this episode, we dig into Tim's guidelines for recognizing when you need to seek out physical therapy, how to choose a good PT, and some amazing takeaways from his practice. We also interview him about his experience interviewing the world's top physical therapists and fitness professionals to compile his insightful book. Lastly, Tim gives some helpful recommendations on how to view pain, as well as how to fix/prevent it. *For a full list of show notes, timestamps & important links from this episode visit: Becoming Ronin Podcast TIMESTAMPS [0:00] Intro [8:45] Tim's Unique Childhood [14:00] Morning Routine [19:20] How Being a Physical Therapist has changed your training? [20:55] Common Issues with Physical Therapy [26:11] Allowing Clients to Tell Their Story [32:15] How to tell if your Physical Therapist is good [38:50] Movers and Mentors [40:45] How to Use Mentors to Boost Your Career [46:19] The Surprising thing About PT Pros [52:09] Biggest Takeaways from Writing The Book [55:47] Changing Your Perception of Pain [1:00:08] Tips for Avoiding Injury RESOURCES Movers and Mentors Tim Reynolds | Instagram Tim Reynolds | Tik Tok
People buy from people they know, LIKE, and trust. But WHY do people like us? And HOW can we get them to like us? Here are the 3 traits to be likeable in roofing sales. Questions About Products or Programs? Call/Text: 303-222-7133=============----FREE TRAINING----
Ever wish you had a Senior Mentor to answer your questions about life? We invite you to listen to the Mentors as they share wisdom with remaining faithful in marriage. Listen each Thursday as we go deeper, gaining knowledge and insight. Remember to subscribe so you never miss starting your week with uplifting encouragement and real life tools for mums! For more info go to Mumlife.org
Did you miss us? Your favorite podcast is back with another episode. Chip, Tuck & Du Rag Donny are back to bless your ears with pure comedy. The Irresponsible Mentors open the show discussing Melvin Townsend III who had a death wish when he attempted to fight with Iron Mike Tyson. No need to discuss the results of that interaction.....The Trio move the conversation along discussing a bride and her cater who decided to serve her wedding guest ween infused dinner at the reception. The Mentors also cover another police shooting, a new Tennessee law and a kid born with two penises. Lastly the mentors asked a question concerning levels of friendship. Sit back and enjoy the show. Follow Chip T Twitter| @Chip_T_904 Instagram| @Chip_T_, Tuck @Tuck_33. Follow us on Social Media| Instagram: Irresponsible Mentors| Twitter:https://twitter.com/imspodcast| Follow Donny Du-Rag on twitter & IG @Donnny_D
Whether you need support, friends, or advice, joining a homeschool community and finding a mentor can make a big difference in your homeschool experience. Join veteran homeschool moms, Judy and Lisa, to learn more about the benefits of a homeschool community, identifying your mentor, and when you might be ready to mentor someone else. Links & Resources From This Episode Want to see how a literature-based education can work for your family? Try Sonlight for FREE Today! Check out Sonlight's Sales and Special Offers. Learn more. Take a peek into a Sonlight Instructor's Guide to learn how a planned curriculum could work for you. Download an Instructor's Guide! Do you have questions about Sonlight or homeschooling in general? The Sonlight advisors are here to help. Contact them today! Join Sonlight Connections FB Group: Sonlight Connections. Join Sonlight App: Join the Community.
In today's episode, we're speaking with Escoffier Baking & Pastry Chef Instructor Colette Christian, Certified Master Baker (CMB), a published author, and host of Baking with Colette. She mentored under the great White House Pastry Chef Albert Kumin, worked in upscale restaurants and luxury hotels, and owned a bed & breakfast and a successful wedding cake business.Colette is a Certified Executive Chef® (CEC®), Certified Executive Pastry Chef® (CEPC®), and Evaluator for Certifications by the American Culinary Federation. She taught at Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts and has been teaching baking and pastry classes as the Dough Doctor for over a decade.Listen as we chat with Chef Colette about obtaining her Master Baker certification, the importance of great mentors, and the balance of art & science in baking.
Are you a perfectionist? This week we talk about the impact of perfectionism on ourselves and our kids with special guest Liz Cormier-May, CEO of the women's health company Mammogen. Talent Specialist Alisa Walters guides us through the process of professional mentorship: finding one, becoming one, and making it a successful relationship. And, if Spring Cleaning is on your agenda, Sue & Vanessa share some unexpected ways you can use natural items from your pantry to get your home squeaky-clean without all the sketchy chemicals!We Get Real AF Podcast Credits:Producers & Hosts: Vanessa Alava & Sue RobinsonVanessa AlavaLinkedIn Instagram TwitterSue RobinsonLinkedIn Instagram TwitterSpecial Guests:Real Health with Liz Cormier-MayProfesh Sesh with Alisa WaltersAudio Producer/Editor: Sam Mclean Instagram WebsiteTechnical Director: Mitchell MachadoLinkedIn Reset GamingAudio Music Track Title: Beatles UniteArtist: Rachel K. CollierYouTube Channel Instagram WebsiteCover Artwork Photo Credit: Alice Moore UnsplashWe Get Real AF Podcast OnlineInstagramTwitterFacebookLinkedInWebsiteSupport the show (https://ifundwomen.com/projects/we-get-real-af-podcast)
In Episode 23 of the 4NPs Podcast we interview Dr. Jill Brennan-Cook, one of our most favorite professors from our BSN days at MSMC. We enjoyed our conversation so much that we had to make it a 2-parter, so please enjoy Part 1! Dr. Brennan-Cook is an Assistant Professor in the ABSN program and a member of the Healthcare in Adult Populations Division at Duke University School of Nursing. She has more than 30 years of nursing experience including acute, critical care and emergency department experience. Before working at DUSON, Dr. Brennan-Cook served for 15 years as nursing faculty at Mount Saint Mary College, where she taught in the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs. She has expertise in nursing education and gerontology. Dr. Brennan-Cook is a mentor for ABSN Health Equity Scholars and works closely with members of the Health Equity Academy. Current clinical and research interests include improving care for vulnerable populations such as frail older adults and patients with myeloproliferative neoplasms and sickle cell disease. Her teaching interests are related to mentoring students and cultivating equity in the classroom and clinical setting. SHOW NOTES: GANPA: https://www.gapna.org/ National Hartford Center of Gerontological Nursing Excellence: https://www.nhcgne.org/
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In This Episode, You Will Learn: The impact and influence of mentors such as Arthur Boyle and Jack Parker. Why forming relationships and developing people skills as a coach is important. The key to coaching strong, committed athletes. Resources + Links: Follow Anthony on Instagram | @anthonydonskov Follow Anthony on Twitter | Anthony Donskov, PhD Subscribe to our YouTube Channel | The HPH Podcast with Anthony Donskov Follow HPH Podcast on Instagram | @hph_podcast Follow HPH Podcast on Twitter | @TheHPH_Podcast Learn more on our Website | https://www.donskovsc.com/ Check out Anthony's Books Physical Preparations for Ice Hockey: Biological Principles and Practical Solutions The Gain, Go, and Grow Manual: Programming for High Performance Hockey Players Show Notes: How do you make your impact as a coach? Our guest today is Michael Boyle, co-founder of MBSC, one of the first for-profit strength & conditioning companies in the world. Coach Boyle is a teacher, trainer, and coach who stands as an expert in the field of strength & conditioning. In this episode, we'll be discussing his journey as a coach, how he got involved in hockey, and the teachings he has learned over the years. We dive into the impact of iconic mentors such as his father, Arthur Boyle, and Coach Jack Parker, to see how their influences shaped him as both a person and as a coach. Then, we will take a look at his experience with the US women's national team and how he approached their training. How do you find the truly committed players? What are the skills coaches need to have outside of data? What is the true importance of showing up prepared? Get ready for countless lessons from a legend born from legends and learn how to take your performance to the next level! 0:00:00 Say hello to special guest Michael Boyle, teacher, trainer, strength & conditioning coach, and co-founder of MBSC! 0:03:00 How did you get involved in coaching? Would you say coaching ran in your blood? 0:07:25 How did your experience at Springfield change you? 0:09:15 If you had started off as a coach right now, what would have changed about your experience? 0:12:35 What did your experience lifting with all these pro athletes teach you? 0:15:30 How did you end up at Boston University? 0:18:10 How did you get involved with the hockey team? 0:24:00 What did you learn from working with Coach Jack Parker? 0:28:05 What kind of guy was Coach Parker? What was the side to him nobody really knew? 0:31:15 The impact of Coach Parker. 0:34:30 How was your father similar to Jack Parker? 0:36:20 How did you get involved in USA hockey? 0:40:00 The value of creating relationships and forming connections. 0:43:20 Why is having people skills as a coach so important? 0:46:40 What challenges did you face from administration? 0:50:55 What were your goals for measuring progress? 0:54:45 How to weed out the uncommitted players. 0:56:10 Which way do you think the pendulum has swung, and how can we achieve an equilibrium? 1:00:50 What is the current fascination with data? 1:03:10 Showing up prepared to show up better.
It's another incredible book from the 4-Hour legend. Today, we review the inimitable Tim Ferriss' Tribe of Mentors. Ferriss is the original life-hacker, a seeker of new solutions for everything from making money to getting in shape. With Tribe, Ferriss surveyed successful innovators and game-changers to see how they managed to make waves where others […] The post MBA2033 Must Read: Tribe of Mentors by Tim Ferris appeared first on The $100 MBA.