In this episode of the Crisis Conflict Emergency Management podcast, host Kyle King interviews Dr. Stuart Meyers, the CEO of Operations Tactics International and an expert in SWAT operations and incident command. They share insights into effective leadership strategies, decision-making models for high-stakes situations, and the psychological aspects of crisis response. Dr. Stuart Meyers is a seasoned SWAT expert, author, and educator. With an Ed.D. from Columbia and an M.A. from Harvard, he's been the Director of SWAT Operations in Abu Dhabi and Program Director at Louisiana State University, Eunice. Tune in for expert insights on high-stakes leadership, decision-making, and the psychology of crisis response. Show Highlights [01:16] How Dr. Meyers transitioned from law enforcement to crisis leadership [06:44] On global practices versus US standards [09:49] Impact of research insights and decision frameworks in the U.S. [14:00] Global perspectives on decision-making in high-threat scenarios [18:57] Weighing in conscious vs non-conscious choices during high-stakes decision-making [28:04] On prioritizing predictive analytics versus over gut-reactions [32:09] Blending adaptive leadership with situational viewership in questioning culture [38:28] How decision-making frameworks adapt to complex, multiple threats Connect with Dr. Stuart Meyers -LinkedIn
Dr. Stephen Meyers Collection. Intelligent Design Best Explains the Fossil Record. Why Intelligent Design Best Explains the Fossil Record Data. ACU Sunday Series. https://youtu.be/6JiEDbVyVK8 Discovery Science 203K subscribers 2,481 views Jul 10, 2023 ID The Future Podcast The fossil record reveals sudden explosions of new life forms followed by long periods of stasis. Is this evidence to be expected from a gradual Darwinian model? On this episode of ID The Future, host Eric Anderson talks with Casey Luskin on location at this year's Conference on Engineering and Living Systems (CELS). Luskin discusses three different models of the fossil record - the gradual descent model, the punctuated equilibrium model, and the explosion model. He explains why gradual Darwinian models are built on a lack of data and cannot adequately explain the patterns revealed in the record. He also shows that the sudden appearance of complex organisms and long periods of non-change are exactly what we would expect to find from a design perspective. "These organisms...are designed to change within limits," says Luskin, "and that's why we see stasis." Indeed, the fossil record is consistent with the engineering-based theory of bounded adaptation, the idea that organisms are deeply designed, purposeful, and capable of adapting within their operating parameters. It's an intriguing new way to look at the history of life on earth. Says Luskin, "The only way you're going to be able to generate all the information needed to yield an organism that's alive and functional all at once is through an intelligent cause." Don't miss this intriguing conversation! Casey Luskin holds a PhD in Geology from the University of Johannesburg, where he specialized in paleomagnetism and the early plate tectonic history of South Africa. He serves as Associate Director of Discovery Institute's Center for Science and Culture. Want to dive deeper into the fascinating explosions of plant and animal life in the geologic record? Luskin recommends reading a chapter by Stephen C. Meyer and Gunter Bechly (Chapter 10) on the topic, in Theistic Evolution: A Scientific, Philosophical, and Theological Critique. Available here: https://www.discovery.org/b/theistic-... Explore the podcast 28 episodes ID The Future Podcast Discovery Refuting Popular Claims Against Intelligent Design: God's Return? | Interview with Dr. Stephen Meyer Watch the entire interview at- https://youtu.be/bKPe7w-iPu0?si=I6Ij0YczC0nR-pTn Christ Jesus Ministries 7.72K subscribers 29,564 views Jun 19, 2021 Current Topics in Science Dr. Stephen Meyer has just released "The Return of the God Hypothesis", his new book on the theistic implications of the Intelligent Design Theory. However, is Intelligent Design an actual scientific theory? Dr. Meyer outlines several testable predictions of ID, explains the life saving implications of the theory in terms of cancer research, and tackles the toughest and latest objections to the ID. This is a totally comprehensive interview, so please watch and share this interview with ID supporters and skeptics alike! ⭐CJM Official Merch Store⭐ https://my-store-cf07ab.creator-sprin... Podcast: https://www.christjesusministriesllc.... Equipment Used: https://kit.co/ChristJesusMinistries Credits | Writer: Christopher Sernaque Presenter: Christopher Sernaque Camera Operator: Casey Sernaque Audio Manager: Casey Sernaque Editor: Casey Sernaque Links talked about: The Return of the God Hypothesis: https://www.discovery.org/store/produ... https://www.timesfreepress.com/news/l... https://www.wsj.com/articles/evolutio... https://evolution.berkeley.edu/evolib... https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NB... https://undsci.berkeley.edu/article/0... Stephen Meyer True University: • DNA BY DESIGN Stephen C Meyer PhD... Dr. Stephen Meyer's Personal Website: https://stephencmeyer.org/ Reviews of The Return of the God Hypothesis: https://www.discovery.org/m/securepdf... https://www.dropbox.com/s/q4ihgpljkds... Darwin's Doubt: https://www.discovery.org/store/produ... Signature in the Cell: https://www.discovery.org/store/produ... Dr. Meyer's Other Books: https://www.discovery.org/store/?filt... Dr. Meyer's Biographical Information: https://stephencmeyer.org/about/ Dr. Meyer's CV: https://stephencmeyer.org/cv/ Dr. Meyer's Personal YouTube channel: / drstephenmeyer Dr. Meyer's social media: / drstephencmeyer / stephencmeyer https://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl... Discovery Institute: https://www.discovery.org/ Discovery Institute YouTube Channel: / discoverysciencenews
Seth Meyers (Late Night with Seth Myers, Saturday Night Live) and Josh Meyers (Mad TV, That '70s Show) join us this week for a hilarious conversation on their Midwestern upbringing. They recall their first 'birds and the bees' chat with their dad, why Seth is incapable of lying, how Josh handles heartbreak, and why they're each other's biggest supporters. Sophie, Penn and Nava declare them the most wholesome guests they've ever had and try to find a way to become part of the Meyers' family.Follow Podcrushed on socials:TikTokInstagramX
Episode 221 was a members only episode of my talk I gave at TLMI in Colorado Springs. I recorded a few of the talks and plan to release those as well to paid members…Not a paid member?LINKS!Craig Letton LinkedInMRM Global Job PageSpecright SummitSustainable Packaging Podcast w/ Cory ConnorsPackaging Unbox'd with Evelio MattosBeyond the Shelf with Laura FotiSpecright and Packaging InfoMeyers Sustainable Packaging Guide eBookBuy Packaging Peeks Kids bookSponsor information!If you listened to the podcast and wanted to connect with Specright to rid the world of waste. Let's go! www.specright.com/pkg. Prepare your company for the world of EPR laws and be the sustainability hero! Make sure you check them out and join them on their mission to have a world where people are free to make amazing things!Want to buy labels or folding cartons from Meyers? Let's connect up! This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.packagingisawesome.com/subscribe
Legal Nurse Consultants often have to deal with the question of whether a wound was preventable. Here to help us answer this question is Lydia Meyers Corum, an expert in wound care. Two primary factors can lead to pressure wounds. Poor nutrition, which may have preceded the patient's admission to a medical facility, is one. The other, which is an endemic condition in nursing homes, is immobility for 12 hours or more at a time, often in an unclean diaper. Only conscientious care can prevent pressure sores. Lydia emphasizes the importance of keeping a wound moist. The wet-to-dry method, particularly if gauze is employed, has an unwanted debriding effect on the wound. Lydia advises LNCS working on a wound case that they read between the lines of documentation. She also recommends that when patients refuse care, the nurse or other attendant needs to document the conversation. The failure to do so can have legal ramifications. Enrich your knowledge of a common but serious medical condition. Lydia Meyers Corum's informal and informative approach will provide an entertaining form of education. Learn more about Wound Care Liability Issues - Lydia Meyers Corum What risk factors can result in skin breakdown? What should a nurse do when a patient refuses treatment? Where in the chart should an LNC look in order to understand the case? Why does the LNC need to know if medical staff have meetings about wound patients? What kinds of treatments are wound care specialists currently recommending? Listen to our podcasts or watch them using our app, Expert.edu, available at legalnursebusiness.com/expertedu. Get the free transcripts and also learn about other ways to subscribe. Go to Legal Nurse Podcasts subscribe options by using this short link: http://LNC.tips/subscribepodcast. https://youtu.be/9Q-9y85T8ak Announcing LNC Success™ Virtual Conference 9 October 26,27 & 28 Join us for a 3-day virtual event designed for legal nurse consultants just like you LNC Success™ Pat Iyer and Barbara Levin put together THE first Legal Nurse Consulting Virtual Conference in July 2020. They are back with their 8th all-new conference based on what attendees said they'd find most valuable. The LNC Success Conference implementation and also networking event is designed for LNCs at any stage in their career. Build your expertise, also attract higher-paying attorney clients, and take your business to the next level. After the LNC Success™ Virtual Conference, you will leave with clarity, confidence, and also an effective step-by-step action plan that you can immediately implement in your business. Your Presenter of Wound Care Liability Issues - Lydia Meyers Corum After graduating college, I have spent my time looking for my passion. Once I started working in home healthcare, I found the wonderful world of wound care and how I could help people by creating healing. Seeing someone go back to work or walk when told they would have their leg amputated was beautiful. After home healthcare, I entered a wound clinic to learn about hyperbaric oxygen therapy and how wounds were created. My journey continued. I worked at a skilled nursing home; I finally moved to California to work at several acute care hospitals. Connect with Lydia https://lmeyerslnc.com/ Or connect on social media https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100090542423332https://www.linkedin.com/in/lydiameyers/
A Journey into Tea, Entrepreneurship, and Purposeful Ventures for Women Entrepreneurs - Brewing Success with Brenda Meyers Brenda Meyers, a luminary in the tea manufacturing industry for over 18 years, has evolved from cultivating Sterling Tea into a leading tea blending plant to becoming a dynamic Product Business Coach in collaboration with E Success Network. Her journey, shared on the Stay on Course Podcast hosted by leadership expert Julie Riga, unveils the secrets of her success in leadership, legacy building, and transformative journeys. With a passion for authenticity and soulful leadership, Brenda inspires women entrepreneurs to embark on purposeful and profitable ventures. Leveraging her extensive knowledge in sourcing, importing, manufacturing, and sales, Brenda guides startups through the 7 Pillars of Starting a Product-Based Business, ensuring a holistic approach to success. This narrative is a testament to Brenda's commitment to teaching, inspiring, and evolving the corporate landscape, aligning seamlessly with the Stay on Course Podcast's mission to encourage professionals to joyfully pursue careers aligned with passion, purpose, and authenticity. To learn more about Julie Riga and her mission to help you Stay On Course, visit her website: www.stayoncourse.ioJulie Riga is a certified coach, trainer, speaker and author with over 20 years of experience in the Pharma Industry. Julie's education is vast with studies that include business, communications, training and executive coaching. Julie started on this journey because she had a strong desire to pass on the knowledge and skills passed on to her by her father, Ennio Riga, and inspirational man who taught her how to keep going irrespective of the challenges that life may present you with. Based in New Jersey, Julie have travelled the world supporting corporations, business leaders and individuals on their journey of empowerment and growth. Discover your purpose, Stay on Course, Leave a Legacy#pharma #lifescienceleadership #biotech #leadership #stayoncourse #julieriga
Go to BuckedUp.com today and use cod CEO50 to get 50% off products at Bucked Up!Episode 221 was a members only episode of my talk I gave at TLMI in Colorado Springs. I recorded a few of the talks and plan to release those as well to paid members…Not a paid member?LINKS!Bucked Up SiteSpecright SummitSustainable Packaging Podcast w/ Cory ConnorsPackaging Unbox'd with Evelio MattosBeyond the Shelf with Laura FotiSpecright and Packaging InfoMeyers Sustainable Packaging Guide eBookBuy Packaging Peeks Kids bookSponsor information!If you listened to the podcast and wanted to connect with Specright to rid the world of waste. Let's go! www.specright.com/pkg. Prepare your company for the world of EPR laws and be the sustainability hero! Make sure you check them out and join them on their mission to have a world where people are free to make amazing things!Want to buy labels or folding cartons from Meyers? Let's connect up!About The Guest(s): Ryan Gardner is the co-founder and CEO of Bucked Up, a supplement company based in Utah. He and his twin brother, Jeff, started the company after realizing that their passion for driving traffic and generating leads could be applied to the health and wellness industry. They have since built Bucked Up into a successful brand known for its innovative products and unique packaging.Summary: Ryan Gardner, co-founder and CEO of Bucked Up, shares the story of how he and his twin brother started the supplement company. Born and raised on a farm in Utah, Ryan and Jeff initially worked in lead generation before venturing into the health and wellness industry. They found success with their first product, L-Arginine Plus, and later expanded their product line to include Deer Antler Spray and Bucked Up, a pre-workout supplement. Ryan discusses the importance of packaging in making a strong first impression and shares the challenges they faced with their energy drink launch. He also highlights the success of their Buckshot packaging, which won a Consumer Convenient Packaging Award.Key Takeaways:* Bucked Up started as a lead generation business before transitioning into the health and wellness industry.* The company's success is attributed to its innovative products and unique packaging.* Packaging plays a crucial role in making a strong first impression and attracting customers.* Bucked Up's energy drink launch faced challenges due to taste issues, but they were able to overcome them and achieve success.* The Buckshot packaging, designed to resemble a shotgun shell, has been highly effective in standing out on store shelves.Quotes:* "We want to make sure our packaging looks different and innovative to grab people's attention." - Ryan Gardner* "Packaging is the first impression, so we want it to look unique and make people want to pick it up." - Ryan Gardner* "The Buckshot packaging stands out on store shelves and has helped us compete with Five Hour Energy." - Ryan Gardner This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.packagingisawesome.com/subscribe
Today I chat with Carly Meyers, expert coach in digital marketing and automated income, founder of the Made for More Membership, host of the Made for More Podcast, and mum of two. Carly has transferred her many skills from a dancing career, to networking marketing, to now helping entrepreneurs earn more while working less. We chat about her inspiring business love story + how she manages to fit it all in. Find Carly here: Instagram: @carlymeyerslife: Links: https://linktr.ee/carlymeyersvp Podcast: https://www.carlymeyers.com/podcast _________ If you loved this episode, please subscribe and share - it helps me to help even more Warrior Bosses! Get your FREE guide: Ten Steps To Power Up Your Self-Belief here You're invited to join my new FREE Facebook group The Warrior Boss Society: For Business Owners Who Want More! Join here: www.facebook.com/groups/warriorbosssociety Find out how you can work with me, here: www.clairehill.uk You can find me on Instagram: @norestfor_thevivid @iamclairehill @vivid_wire Find my YouTube channel here: www.youtube.com/@iamclairehill www.clairehill.uk www.vividwire.co.uk --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/iamclairehill/message
The Sports Scouting Report interviews First Year Head Volleyball Coach Meagan Meyers. Discusses how she came to be the head coach and her team. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel, and follow us wherever you get your podcasts. Thanks for watching!
Episode 221 was a members only episode of my talk I gave at TLMI in Colorado Springs. I recorded a few of the talks and plan to release those as well to paid members…Not a paid member?LINKS!Drink Plink! - use code adampeekSpecright SummitSustainable Packaging Podcast w/ Cory ConnorsPackaging Unbox'd with Evelio MattosBeyond the Shelf with Laura FotiSpecright and Packaging InfoMeyers Sustainable Packaging Guide eBookBuy Packaging Peeks Kids bookSponsor information!If you listened to the podcast and wanted to connect with Specright to rid the world of waste. Let's go! www.specright.com/pkg. Prepare your company for the world of EPR laws and be the sustainability hero! Make sure you check them out and join them on their mission to have a world where people are free to make amazing things!Want to buy labels or folding cartons from Meyers? Let's connect up!Show notes from Deciphr.aiAbout The Guest(s):Luke Montgomery-Smith is the co-founder of Plink, a beverage brand that offers effervescent tablets as a sustainable alternative to traditional bottled drinks. Luke has a background in the beverage industry, having previously founded a kombucha brand in the UK. He is passionate about reducing CO2 emissions and single-use plastic packaging in the beverage industry.Summary:Luke Montgomery-Smith, co-founder of Plink, joins Adam Peek on the People of Packaging Podcast to discuss the journey of starting a business during the pandemic and the innovative packaging solutions they have developed for their effervescent tablets. Plink offers a sustainable alternative to traditional bottled drinks, with 99% less packaging and 98% fewer CO2 emissions. Luke shares the challenges they faced in finding packaging that met their sustainability goals and the importance of creating a differentiated brand experience. He also highlights the rise of reusable water bottles and the need for more free-access water points.Key Takeaways:* Plink offers effervescent tablets as a sustainable alternative to traditional bottled drinks, with 99% less packaging and 98% fewer CO2 emissions.* Effervescent tablets are highly volatile and require packaging with high barrier properties to water vapor and oxygen transmission.* Plink faced challenges in finding contract manufacturers willing to move away from plastic tubes, which are commonly used for effervescent tablets.* The packaging industry is still a few years away from finding non-plastic alternatives with the necessary barrier properties for effervescent tablets.* Plink's packaging is made of aluminum foil with a plastic liner, which is currently recyclable in Europe but not in the US.Quotes:* "It's a bath bomb you can drink. It's called Plink. It's radically low carbon because there's no water. It's sold by subscription." - Adam Peek* "Not all water tastes the same. Some water has different chlorine levels or different ways to make the water cleaner. But because water is quite a plain flavor, it doesn't take much to mask that." - Luke Montgomery-Smith* "We were trying to create a new beverage moment with an existing technology." - Luke Montgomery-Smith* "The packaging is an essential part of the product. It's about brand messaging and appeal." - Luke Montgomery-Smith This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.packagingisawesome.com/subscribe
Mary Meyers’ daughter, Adeline, was diagnosed with Loeys-Dietz Syndrome when she was about a year and half old. In this episode, Mary tells the story of Adeline’s diagnosis following problems with feeding, food allergies, cleft palate, hypermobility, and more, as well as her experience as a parent learning to live with this diagnosis and become … Read More Read More
KHOU 11 Sports Anchor Jason Bristol and former scout Jeremy Booth provide their unique perspective on the Houston Astros, big league baseball and scouting amateur and professional players in this regularly scheduled podcast. Alex Bregman's future with the Astros? Some fans believe Bregman is easily replaceable. Bristol and Booth say, 'definitely not.' What kind of return would centerfielder Jake Meyers fetch in a trade? MLB Network's Jon Morosi reports the Astros have been shopping Meyers. Recapping the introductory news conferences for both Ron Washington (Angels) and Joe Espada (Astros). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Racers go 1-1 last week but the guys take a big hit on their pocketbooks. Breakdown of the TTU, WKU, and Ft. Meyers tip off await along with some WBB talk. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/racer-nation-pod/message
The Loden Sports Outlier Sessions take you inside the Loden Sports ecosystem. Hosted by Matt Pajak, a Co-Founder of Loden Sports. On November 2, 2023, we chatted with uncommitted 2025 Outfielder and Outlier Athlete, Trey Meyers. Among other things, we discussed: Real Chicago-style pizza... An influx in recent college interest... The first time he realized he was a little different than everyone else... Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 1:49 Quick hitters 6:57 LTAD: Gratefulness 9:53 LTAD: Ignition 11:43 LTAD: Sleep 13:14 What Trey Meyers is looking for in a school 14:16 College recruitment thus far 16:15 Recent X (Twitter) buzz 17:55 College football interest 19:23 Entertaining playing multiple sports in college 20:10 First time he realized he was a little different than his peers 21:50 Awareness of recent run of large-athletic players in baseball 24:15 Player he models his game after / player comp 25:07 Favorite place he's ever traveled for baseball 25:47 Best advice he's ever gotten from his parents 26:13 Trey Meyers off field interests and conclusion Use the Loden Sports Performance Lab App to measure, track, and compare jump performance from your phone. Trey Meyers: instagram.com/trey.meyers24 Website / Blog / Socials: https://linktr.ee/lodensports
Summary Aaron Meyers discusses the geolocated energy information platform for electric utility customer outages, covering 140 million utility customers, representing 93% of the US population. The talk explores the platform's evolution, trade-off analysis, and the adoption of an open-source solution with Docker, Java, Python, and GeoServer. The development includes creating a unique data set for visualizing outages consistently and analyzing utility behaviors within and across counties. The speaker highlights the release of a historic outage data archive, spanning November 2014 to December 2022, supporting open science and addressing energy justice questions. Highlights
#FenceFam I'm coming in hot today Fence Fam!!! I start with a short motivational talk, talk WHY YOU NEED to get to live events! And bring Johnny Meyers on and talk about his story and how he went from the restaurant world to a thriving fence company with huge growth and potential! Johnny left AFA U rejuvenated and ready to take on what's next for Meyers Fence! Johnny is the perfect example of why YOU NEED to get to FenceTech! Sign-up is below in the show notes! Get There! Change your fence business! Change Your Life! Sign up today for the Mr. Fence Academy Retreat https://www.eventbrite.com/o/mr-fence-academy-44525883583 STEP ONE for success: Get to FenceTech!!! Register below!!! Register for FenceTech here! Now! https://www.americanfenceassociation.com/fencetech/attend/ Cheers! Remember to like, share, comment and REVIEW! Mr. Fence Companies: Mr. Fence https://gomrfence.com Mr. Fence Tools https://mrfencetools.com Mr. Fence Academy https://mrfenceacademy.com ...Remember to tell Shawn #TeamRed sent you!!! Episode Links: @TheFenceIndustryPodcast @RiverCityFence1985 TheFenceIndustryPodcast@gmail.com StainAndSealExperts.com @stainandsealexperts on IG Stain & Seal Experts on YouTube Stain and Seal Expert's Staining University on FB Greenwood Fence CALL LISA NOW!!! #630-359-3328 Tell her Dan from The Fence Industry Podcast Sent You!!! greenwoodfence.com IG @greenwood_fence FB Greenwood Fence Nationwide Industries, Fence Pro's #1 Choice for Hardware Solutions nationwideindustires.com IG @nationwideindustries FB Nationwide Industries FenceNews Visit fencenews.com Ozark Fence & Supply promo code: TFIP15 for 15% off! ozfence.com Benji with CleverFox for all your FENCE website needs! cleverfox.online
Please note: we recorded this episode in September 2023 before the horrific events that unfolded in Israel on October 7th. Daphna and I discuss her military service in Israel during the episode but obviously did not discuss the terrorism which descended upon Israel since it had not happened. Episode 221 was a members only episode of my talk I gave at TLMI in Colorado Springs. I recorded a few of the talks and plan to release those as well to paid members…Not a paid member?LINKS!Daphna's LinkedIn pageSpecright SummitSustainable Packaging Podcast w/ Cory ConnorsPackaging Unbox'd with Evelio MattosBeyond the Shelf with Laura FotiSpecright and Packaging InfoMeyers Sustainable Packaging Guide eBookBuy Packaging Peeks Kids bookSponsor information!If you listened to the podcast and wanted to connect with Specright to rid the world of waste. Let's go! www.specright.com/pkg. Prepare your company for the world of EPR laws and be the sustainability hero! Make sure you check them out and join them on their mission to have a world where people are free to make amazing things!Want to buy labels or folding cartons from Meyers? Let's connect up!Here's what AI thinks we discussed:About The Guest(s): Daphna Nissenbaum is the CEO and co-founder of TIPA, a company that specializes in compostable packaging solutions. With a background in software engineering and experience in various industries, Daphna recognized the need for sustainable packaging and developed a technology that emulates nature's way of packaging food. She is passionate about solving the problem of plastic waste and has successfully launched compostable flexible packaging solutions in multiple continents.Summary: Daphna Nissenbaum, CEO and co-founder of TIPA, shares her journey of developing compostable packaging solutions. As a software engineer, she recognized the need for sustainable packaging and drew inspiration from nature's way of packaging food. TIPA focuses on solving the end-of-life problem of packages by creating compostable packaging that decomposes within six months. The company has achieved both industrial and home compost certifications and manufactures locally in various continents. TIPA works with converters and brands to provide compostable packaging solutions that are compatible with existing machinery and offer the same barrier properties as traditional plastic.Key Takeaways:* Daphna Nissenbaum, CEO of TIPA, developed compostable packaging solutions inspired by nature's way of packaging food.* TIPA focuses on solving the end-of-life problem of packages by creating compostable packaging that decomposes within six months.* The company has achieved both industrial and home compost certifications and manufactures locally in various continents.* TIPA works with converters and brands to provide compostable packaging solutions that are compatible with existing machinery and offer the same barrier properties as traditional plastic.Quotes:* "Nature packed oranges, bananas, nuts with compostable packaging that turns into fertilizer after consumption." - Daphna Nissenbaum* "We focus on solving the end-of-life problem of packages with compostable solutions that decompose within six months." - Daphna Nissenbaum* "We ensure the brand that we work with the rest of the process from end to end." - Daphna Nissenbaum This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.packagingisawesome.com/subscribe
Is This My Stuff? How therapists can sort through countertransference: An Interview with Dr. Amy Meyers, LCSW Curt and Katie interview Dr. Amy Meyers on countertransference. We talk about what countertransference is, how therapists typically struggle when working in the transference and countertransference, how the profession's relationship to countertransference has changed, and what therapists can do to better understand themselves. We also talk a bit about the blank slate. Transcripts for this episode will be available at mtsgpodcast.com! In this podcast episode, we look at countertransference We're talking about a topic we haven't touched on yet: countertransference. We are joined by an expert in countertransference, Dr. Amy Meyers, LCSW What is countertransference? · Beyond self-awareness and understanding oneself · We have experiences and make them our own and expect people to respond to me in the same way as others have in the past What do therapists struggle with when addressing transference and countertransference? · When therapists don't know themselves well enough, they will not be able to identify when countertransference is coming up · Therapists will often avoid conflict or put too much of themselves in the room without full assessment · Therapists misunderstand the utility of countertransference and try to avoid it · Simplification of the blank slate. Dr. Meyers' understanding is that it is avoiding unintentionally putting your emotions in the session, which gets in the way of clients' projecting emotions on the therapist (transference) How should therapists be taught to use countertransference? · Looking at how you feel about the interactions with your clients and your feelings about your clients as individuals · Treating therapists as human beings with emotions and explore how their humanity interacts with their work with their clients How has the field changed its relationship with countertransference? · People have moved into quicker therapy and more manualized treatments · There is less focus on longer term, relationship based treatment rather than tools and strategies · Supervisors and trainers are less focused on training therapists in this element of the work What can therapists do when they become aware of their countertransference reactions · Considering other options rather than what is familiar · Using the relationship in therapy as a corrective emotional experience · We discuss a couple of case examples to explore how to work with countertransference with real clients · Sorting out what is self-disclosure versus use of self in session and how are each can be helpful · Go to therapy · Go to supervision · Learn and read more about countertransference Stay in Touch with Curt, Katie, and the whole Therapy Reimagined #TherapyMovement: Our Linktree: https://linktr.ee/therapyreimagined Modern Therapist's Survival Guide Creative Credits: Voice Over by DW McCann https://www.facebook.com/McCannDW/ Music by Crystal Grooms Mangano https://groomsymusic.com/
On this episode of Court Radio, Dean Weitzman of MyPhillyLawyer speaks with commercial real estate executive director Jack Meyers about how rising interest rates and improving credit scores can affect buying a home. The post Court Radio: Increasing Your Credit Score & The Low Down on Mortgages with Jack Meyers first appeared on MyPhillyLawyer.
Multi-hyphanate writer, director, and producer Nancy Meyers shares how studios initially rejected her idea for a romantic film about an older couple. No one wanted to see people of a certain age be sexy, but Meyers believed in the value and impact of telling a non-traditional love story. Meyers' brilliant writing and masterful production design found their perfect match in stars Diane Keaton and Jack Nicholson. Nicholson, who always wanted to star in a "tuxedo comedy", brought life to the character with improvised props and gestures, while Keaton's dignified yet vulnerable performance resonated with women across the country.
Spotted bass have been called the saviors of California winters. In this episode John Meyers breaks down some of his favorite tactics for catching some of the California giants that swim in the golden states waters.
Episode 221 was a members only episode of my talk I gave at TLMI in Colorado Springs. I recorded a few of the talks and plan to release those as well to paid members…Not a paid member?LINKS!Dio CocktailsSpecright SummitSustainable Packaging Podcast w/ Cory ConnorsPackaging Unbox'd with Evelio MattosBeyond the Shelf with Laura FotiSpecright and Packaging InfoMeyers Sustainable Packaging Guide eBookBuy Packaging Peeks Kids bookSponsor information!If you listened to the podcast and wanted to connect with Specright to rid the world of waste. Let's go! www.specright.com/pkg. Prepare your company for the world of EPR laws and be the sustainability hero! Make sure you check them out and join them on their mission to have a world where people are free to make amazing things!Want to buy labels or folding cartons from Meyers? Let's connect up!Deciphr didn't renew my credits so…trying the Substack Transcription service! This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.packagingisawesome.com/subscribe
Today's Raise the Line guest, Dr. Megan Meyer, has a pretty simple message for proponents of psychedelic-assisted therapy (PAT) who are concerned that demand for therapists will outstrip supply in the coming years: don't overlook the largest group of mental health providers in the nation. “Social workers provide more mental health services than psychologists, psychiatrists and psychiatric nurses combined and we're embedded everywhere. I don't think the psychedelic renaissance can actually achieve its aims without us,” says Meyer, who is an associate professor at the University of Maryland School of Social Work. Meyers adds that social workers also happened to be well-equipped for PAT because they're trained to act as guides in helping clients find their own voice and not impose their own perspectives or biases. Getting large numbers trained will require collaboration across disciplines, universities and training institutes such as the project she's working on with colleagues at the university's Schools of Pharmacy and Nursing to survey social workers and nurses regarding their current knowledge and training needs related to psychedelics. Join host Michael Carrese for an expansive conversation about the role social workers can play in minimizing the risks and realizing the potential of psychedelics including issues of bias and diversity, community-based models of post-therapy integration and learning from the practices of indigenous societies.Mentioned in this episode: https://www.ssw.umaryland.edu/
Distressed debt has risen sharply in the past two weeks, with the outlook increasingly uncertain heading into year-end. Global Credit Strategy head Noel Hebert, BI distressed credit analyst Philip Brendel and BI bankruptcy litigation analyst Negisa Balluku discuss this and other topics in this edition of the State of Distressed Debt podcast. In other topics, Balluku interviews Electric Capital General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer Emily Meyers on the impact of bankruptcies on crypto's regulatory landscape here and abroad, the SEC's recent losing streak in court and Meyers' outlook for legislative progress (7:40). Also, Balluku, Hebert and Brendel discuss Rite Aid, Akumin, WeWork, Incora, Hertz's post-petition interest fight and Diamond Sports (50:10).
Andy and Anthony are joined by Tim Meyers, a.k.a. donald_k_magic, CubeCon 2023 Champion who shares his wisdom and experience of his path to ultimate Victory! In a field of 400 Cube enthusiasts, Tim's love of the game carried him to a spot in the top 64, to 3-0 is draft to earn a spot in the top 8 draft, and finally, working with a deck he felt had some rough edges, to win the entire main event. View all cards mentioned in the episode → Discussed in this episode: MTG Cube Talk Discord ChillMtG CubeCon 2023 Top 8 Coverage Find Donald_K_Magic on Discord to join his St. Louis playgroup LCI Cube Survey Cubes Mentioned Reading Rainbow Khans Extended Cube Bun Magic Cube 15oz Micro Brew Degenerate Micro Cube May's Fae Cube Dragons of Winters Night Data Generated Vintage Cube MTGO Vintage Cube Timestamps 0:00 Introduction 3:15 Tim's Overall Impressions of Cube Con 5:56 3-0 with BG Gold deck from Reading Rainbow 13:33 2-1 with Four Color deck from the Khan's Extended Cube 22:14 2-1 with Five Color Jeskai deck from the Bun Magic Cube 29:11 2-1 with RB Artifact Recursion from the 15oz Micro Brew 40:32 3-0, 6-0 with Sultai Faeries in May's Fae Cube 49:48 BYE 0-2 with BUG Zombies in Dragons of Winter's Night 55:27 Top 64 — 3-0 with Reanimator in the Data Generated Vintage Cube 1:04:13 Top 8 — 3-0 with Mostly White Aggro in the MTGO Vintage Cube Check us out on Twitch and YouTube for paper Cube gameplay. You can find the hosts' Cubes on Cube Cobra: Andy's “Bun Magic” Cube Anthony's “Regular” Cube If want us to do a pack 1, pick 1 from your cube submit it on our website. Send in questions to the show at email@example.com. You can also find both your hosts in the MTG Cube Talk Discord. If you'd like to show your support for the show, please leave us a review on iTunes or wherever you listen. Musical production by DJ James Nasty.
Episode 221 was a members only episode of my talk I gave at TLMI in Colorado Springs. I recorded a few of the talks and plan to release those as well to paid members…Not a paid member?LINKS!Hoste CocktailsSpecright SummitSustainable Packaging Podcast w/ Cory ConnorsPackaging Unbox'd with Evelio MattosBeyond the Shelf with Laura FotiSpecright and Packaging InfoMeyers Sustainable Packaging Guide eBookBuy Packaging Peeks Kids bookSponsor information!If you listened to the podcast and wanted to connect with Specright to rid the world of waste. Let's go! www.specright.com/pkg. Prepare your company for the world of EPR laws and be the sustainability hero! Make sure you check them out and join them on their mission to have a world where people are free to make amazing things!Want to buy labels or folding cartons from Meyers? Let's connect up!Deciphr didn't renew my credits so…trying the Substack Transcription service! This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.packagingisawesome.com/subscribe
In this episode, we continue with part two of Monica's story. This episode details a little more of what the future planning for Michael looks like along with Monica and what she is moving into career-wise.
Episode 221 was a members only episode of my talk I gave at TLMI in Colorado Springs. I recorded a few of the talks and plan to release those as well to paid members…Not a paid member?LINKS!Michael McDonald LinkedInSpecright SummitSustainable Packaging Podcast w/ Cory ConnorsPackaging Unbox'd with Evelio MattosBeyond the Shelf with Laura FotiSpecright and Packaging InfoMeyers Sustainable Packaging Guide eBookBuy Packaging Peeks Kids bookSponsor information!If you listened to the podcast and wanted to connect with Specright to rid the world of waste. Let's go! www.specright.com/pkg. Prepare your company for the world of EPR laws and be the sustainability hero! Make sure you check them out and join them on their mission to have a world where people are free to make amazing things!Want to buy labels or folding cartons from Meyers? Let's connect up!Show notes made by Deciphr.ai…apologies for any errors!About The Guest(s):Michael McDonald is a partner at Xhilarate, a design agency based in Philadelphia. He has been working in design for over 30 years and has experience in various design disciplines, including packaging design. Michael is passionate about embracing new technologies, such as AI, to enhance creativity and design processes.Summary:Michael McDonald, a partner at Xhilarate, discusses the potential impact of AI on the design industry, specifically in packaging design. He shares his experience of witnessing the evolution of the Internet and how it disrupted the industry in the early 90s. Michael explains how AI, particularly the use of prompt engineering, can enhance the ideation and conceptualization process in design. He emphasizes that AI is a tool that can amplify human creativity rather than restrict it. However, he acknowledges the potential negative implications of AI, such as misinformation and the loss of human control. Michael also highlights the importance of understanding AI's capabilities and limitations to leverage its potential in the design field.Key Takeaways:AI, specifically prompt engineering, can enhance the ideation and conceptualization process in design.AI is a tool that amplifies human creativity rather than restricts it.Understanding the capabilities and limitations of AI is crucial to leverage its potential in the design field.Quotes:"This might be the last thing I see in my lifetime to be life-changing from a creativity standpoint, from a job perspective.""It's another tool. But I can tell you right now, I just created a movie script the other day. I'm coming with a childhood idea I had. I don't give out any information. I don't want no one stealing my idea because it's priceless. That's what I think in my head.""It's another tool. It's like using Adobe Illustrator. You're using whether it's Leonardo AI or Mid Journey, etc. It's another tool.""The AI is using your input, my input, billions of people around the world and putting them all together. So you're basically getting everyone's thought process put into it." This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.packagingisawesome.com/subscribe
https://meyers.com/What sustainable innovations is Meyers working on? How can we switch some items from plastic to paper? https://ororapackagingsolutions.com/Looking to improve the sustainability of your packaging today? Check out: https://www.landsberg.com/The views and opinions expressed on the "Sustainable Packaging with Cory Connors" podcast are solely those of the author and guests and should not be attributed to any other individual or entity. https://specright.com/ https://www.amazon.com/dp/1329820053/ref=as_sl_pc_qf_sp_asin_til?tag=corygathttps://www.linkedin.com/in/cory-connors/I'm here to help you make your packaging more sustainable! Reach out today and I'll get back to you asap. This podcast is an independent production and the podcast production is an original work of the author. All rights of ownership and reproduction are retained—copyright 2022.
Welcome back to another exciting episode of Nonprofit Nation! In today's episode, I sat down with a very special guest. Please give a warm welcome to Kate Meyers Emery, as we delve into the world of nonprofit content creation.In this episode, Kate shares her insights and experiences on the importance of consistency in posting content. She discusses how her team decided to take a bold approach and post daily, leading to significant follower growth and engagement. Kate emphasizes the need for a clear strategy and goals in order to see success in this fast-paced digital landscape.Additionally, Kate walks us through her journey of convincing others to include her proposal in Candid's Innovation Fund. She provides valuable data on the impact of video content, especially in reaching younger audiences, and how it can be a powerful tool for nonprofits. Through her experiment on video engagement, Kate uncovers fascinating findings that shed light on audience preferences and the key factors for successful videos.But the road to effective content creation is not without its challenges. Kate addresses the limitations and concerns of certain platforms, such as Meta, and highlights the importance of priorities and data privacy. She also shares valuable tips for nonprofits looking to navigate the world of social media, including the benefits of embracing new platforms and the importance of demonstrating value to skeptics within the organization.Key takeaways:Importance of Consistency in Posting ContentDiscussion on the Meta Platform and Data Privacy ConcernsChallenges in Convincing Others to Explore New Marketing ChannelsImportance of Testing, Measuring, and Analyzing ResultsAwesome quotes from this episode:"Luckily for me, Candid actually has an innovation fund, and this gives staff funding and time to focus on a project for three months. And so I used that opportunity to try doing short form video, and we were able to really see is video something that works for Candid." - Kate Emery Meyers"What we decided to do with a lot of this content was just look broadly at what people liked to already see from Candid. So we were looking at what are evergreen content pieces, what is our top blog post, what's our top help resource, what is our top YouTube video? And we took a lot of inspiration from that. So we were repurposing a lot of content that we already knew was successful in other formats." - Kate Emery Meyers"You cannot just look at something like TikTok or Instagram reels and say, it's not for me, or, oh, this is going to be great, until you do it.""Think about what might draw people to you. So which accounts did you already have sort of in the social media space? And which ones did you create for this experiment? - Julia Campbell"I just talked to a client yesterday and she is struggling with getting her executive director on board with getting on TikTok. Because the executive director is not on TikTok, they don't understand the value of it. And it's really hard to show it without just doing it. You just got to get on board."Take my free masterclass: 3 Must-Have Elements of Social Media Content that Converts
Join RC as she talks with Tina Meyers Haddad (mom of Wide Reciever DJ Meyers) she tells us all about her son as he joins the Gunslingers. If you would like to sponsor RC's Mom 2 Mom interviews contact us at SmokinGunzPod@gmail.com.
Today's episode starts us with part one of this two-part series. We sat down to chat with the lovely Monica Meyers, a community member, advocate, and trailblazer to this community in the state of Washington. Monica shares her experience not only with her son's diagnosis that came in a time of no internet but also the courageous amount of advocacy she's done for not only her son but the autistic community as a whole. You can find Monica on her website HERE!
Topics Week 7 Recap! Raiders lose to the Bears…. Shocker…. Fire Josh McDaniels. The Raiders had no fight. The offense had little to no rhythm with each other. The Bears offense undrafted rookie seemed to be comfortable against the Raiders defense. Josh McDaniels has lost all respect with this team. It's embarrassing to know that Josh McDaniels has lost to Jeff Saturday, Baker Mayfield, & now Tyson Bagent (Son of Arm Wrestling Champion, Travis Bagent) Raiders Hoyer: 17/32 129 yards, 2 INT O'Connell: 10/13 75 1 TD, 1 INT *entered game 5:33 left in the 4th quarter Jacobs: 11 car, 35 yards Adams: 7 rec, 57 yards (12 targets) Meyers: 7 rec, 50 yards, 1 TD (13 targets) Bears Bagent 21/29 162 yards 1 TD D'Onta Foreman: 16 car, 89 yards, 2 TD, 3 rec, 31 yards, 1 TD Moore: 8 rec, 54 rec Jaylon Johnson 2 INT Eagles bested the Dolphins at home on Sunday Night Football! Hurts: 23/31 279 yard, 2 TD, 1 INT Swift: 15 car, 62 yard, 3 rec, 13 yards AJ Brown: 10 rec, 137 yards, 1 TD Goedert: 5 rec, 77 yards, 1 TD Tua: 23/32 216 yards 1 TD, 1 INT Mostert/Ahmed: 11 car, 48 yards combined Hill: 11 rec. 88 yards, 1 TD Waddle: 6 rec, 63 yards Jags beat Saints in NO. Carr doesn't look great on his new team. And he is being uncharacteristic in his attitude. Ravens absolutely beat the breaks off the Lions. Their defense caused lots of issues. The Lions had NO ANSWER for Lamar Jackson. Lamar Jackson: 21/27 357 yards 3 TDs, 9 car, 36 yards, 1 TD Jared Goff: 33/53 284 yards, 1 INT Sacked 5 times Indy gets screwed by the Refs. Something wrong with Deshaun Watson Chiefs dominated the Chargers Patriots shocked Bills Top 7 Betting Picks Raiders vs Detroit (Lions favored 8) Lions over Chiefs vs Broncos (Chiefs favored 8) Chiefs over Pats vs Dolphins (Miami favored 9.5) Dolphins, Pats to cover Saints vs Colts (Indy favored 1.0) Colts over Bears vs Chargers (SNF) (LAC favored 8.5) Chargers, Bears to cover Bengals vs Niners (SF favored 5.5) Bengals to win Eagles vs Commanders (PHI favored 6.5) Eagles over Don't forget to Subscribe to the YouTube channel and to our podcast! Follow us on Social Media! Instagram - @drewcodesportstalk Twitter - @drew_code Facebook.com/drewcodesportstalk TikTok - @drewcodesportstalk Threads - @drewcodesportstalk Subscribe to our YouTube Channel! - Check out our partners, fnxfit.com, for one-of-a-kind supplements and workout gear! Use promo code, "DrewCode15" for 15% off your order! - Visit SeatGeek.com or download the SeatGeek app today to get the best prices to see your favorite sporting event or concert tickets! Use our promo code, "DREWCODE" to get $20 off your 1st order! - Also, visit fanatics.com, they sell officially licensed NFL, MLB, NBA, Formula 1 & WWE gear! The holidays are just around the corner and they have a great selection to help you find that perfect gift! Now available exclusive Drew Code Sports Talk Merch! Click here to shop now! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/drewcodesportstalk/support
B+T interview therapist Amanda Meyers on hormone changes and diagnosing ADHD, including why kids and adults are often diagnosed when they're going through hormone changes including menopause and pregnancy/childbirth. She shares her clinical experiences as well as her own personal experience. Amanda (she/her) is a licensed mental health counselor and certified nutritionist in WA state specializing in eating disorders and trauma. Amanda earned her master's degrees in clinical health psychology and nutrition and is certified as an intuitive eating provider. After spending several years working with kids and teens in the school setting, Amanda went into private practice in 2020. One of her big passions in life is to educate her clients and community on the impacts of diet culture and healthism. She loves to nerd out on brain science and uses that to help clients understand how their lived experience impacts the way they show up in the world, including how they parent. Find out more and connect with Amanda on her website: https://wildrootspnw.com/ Listen to our other episodes with Amanda: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/episode-42-support-for-kids-teens-and-adults-with/id1622289300?i=1000586578456 https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/7-fill-your-cup-the-difference-between-self-care/id1622289300?i=1000596320879 Get the Journal to Joy and check out our other Thrive Journals now: https://www.calmparent.net/thrive-journals. Perfect to give as a gift! We're here for you, so please leave a review in the comments with topics that would be helpful to you and that you're interested in. See free giveaway info below! Get our free guide to sleep well every night! https://www.calmparent.net/sleep-well-every-night JOIN OUR MEMBERSHIP: https://www.calmparent.net/thriving-family-podcast-membership Join us LIVE on Thursdays at 11:30am PT on IG: https://www.instagram.com/thrivingfamilypodcast/?hl=en Connect on FB: https://m.facebook.com/thrivingfamilypodcast/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiqp1YF3rI909vsKko0G0zw LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/65412085/ CONTEST DETAILS! If you subscribe & leave a review of this podcast, you'll be entered to win a NOW Tone Therapy System by Solu (valued at $179 USD). No purchase or payment is necessary to enter, see the Terms and Conditions page of our site for more about the contest.NOW Tone Therapy System by Solu exclusive discount for our community:https://www.calmparent.net/now-tone-therapy-system-by-solu-yoga-for-your-mind. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/calm-parent/message
elitefts Limited Edition Apparel: https://www.elitefts.com/shop/apparel/limited-edition.html Support and help the Podcast grow by Joining The Crew: https://whop.com/tabletalkcrew/ Coming Events: SWIS 2023 - https://www.elitefts.com/elitefts-2023-swis-symposium.html In this 236th episode of Dave Tate's Table Talk, Zac Meyers joins us. Welcome, Zac! Zac Meyers is a powerlifter. Zac holds the ATWR weighing 275 at 2325. He also holds the ATWR weighing 308 at 2375. Zac works at the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW Local 307). Find Zac on IG: https://www.instagram.com/thehulkmeyers/ ABOUT THE HOST Dave Tate is the founder and co-owner of elitefts.com. He is the author of twenty books and has logged more than 40,000 hours of training and consulting. Dave is married to elitefts co-owner Traci Arnold-Tate, and they reside in London, Ohio, with their two sons. Personal Credo: Live, Learn, Pass on™. Dave's IG: https://www.instagram.com/underthebar/?hl=en ABOUT THE HOST Dave Tate is the founder and co-owner of elitefts.com. He is the author of twenty books and has logged more than 40,000 hours of training and consulting. Dave is married to elitefts co-owner Traci Arnold-Tate, and they reside in London, Ohio, with their two sons. Personal Credo: Live, Learn, Pass on™. Dave's IG: https://www.instagram.com/underthebar/?hl=en SPONSORS elitefts If you can put it in a gym bag or load weight on it, we have you covered. https://www.elitefts.com/ Use Code TABLE TALK for 10% off your first elitefts order. SPONSORS Marek Health Marek Health is the telehealth platform that connects customers to partnered providers focusing on hormone optimization and preventative medicine—offering self-service labs at great prices and guided optimization. Check out the Table Talk Lab Panel (84 different biomarkers + urinalysis) AND the NEW! Check-up Panel (an affordable option for a monthly check-up). Use Code Tabletalk for 10% off your first order. www.MarekHealth.com/tabletalk elitefts If you can put it in a gym bag or load weight on it, we have you covered. https://www.elitefts.com/ Use Code TABLE TALK for 10% off your first elitefts order. SUPPORT THE SHOW All profits from elitefts Limited Edition Apparel, Table Talk Coffee, and Team elitefts Workouts, Programs, and Training eBooks support Dave Tate's Table Talk Podcast. Shop these elitefts items: https://www.elitefts.com/content/table-talk/ Support Dave Tate's Table Talk podcast by joining the crew. https://whop.com/tabletalkcrew/ elitefts Shop: https://www.elitefts.com/ elitefts IG: https://www.instagram.com/elitefts/ #DDTTTP #DTTTP #ddttp
Episode 221 was a members only episode of my talk I gave at TLMI in Colorado Springs. I recorded a few of the talks and plan to release those as well to paid members…Not a paid member? LINKS!Alison Cayne LinkedInHaven's Kitchen RecipesHaven's Kitchen IGHaven's Kitchen PinterestSpecright SummitSustainable Packaging Podcast w/ Cory ConnorsPackaging Unbox'd with Evelio MattosBeyond the Shelf with Laura FotiSpecright and Packaging InfoMeyers Sustainable Packaging Guide eBookBuy Packaging Peeks Kids bookSponsor information!If you listened to the podcast and wanted to connect with Specright to rid the world of waste. Let's go! www.specright.com/pkg. Prepare your company for the world of EPR laws and be the sustainability hero! Make sure you check them out and join them on their mission to have a world where people are free to make amazing things!Want to buy labels or folding cartons from Meyers? Let's connect up!Show notes made by Deciphr.ai…apologies for any errors!About The Guest(s): Alison Cayne is the founder of Haven's Kitchen, a cooking school turned CPG company that specializes in creating delicious sauces and condiments. With a background in urban planning and a passion for cooking, Alison started Haven's Kitchen to teach people how to cook and enjoy meals at home. She is also the author of a critically acclaimed cookbook.Summary: Alison Cayne, founder of Haven's Kitchen, joins Adam Peek on the podcast to discuss the origin story of her company and the power of their packaging. Alison shares how her passion for cooking and interest in food systems led her to start a cooking school, which eventually evolved into a CPG company. She explains that sauces are the key to making meals more exciting and enjoyable, and that Haven's Kitchen's sauces are designed to save time and energy for home cooks. Alison also discusses the decision to use pouches for packaging, highlighting the sustainability benefits and the aesthetic appeal of the pouches. She emphasizes the importance of creating a beautiful and fulfilling cooking experience for customers.Key Takeaways:* Haven's Kitchen sauces are designed to make cooking more enjoyable and creative for home cooks.* Pouches are a sustainable and visually appealing packaging option for Haven's Kitchen sauces.* The sauces are a key differentiator for Haven's Kitchen and have helped build brand recognition.* The company is focused on providing high-quality ingredients and a positive cooking experience for customers.Quotes:* "Sauce makes the meal… It brings you flavor, it gives you something new and different." - Alison Cayne* "Cooking can be beautiful… It is safe haven, it is romantic, it's a sanctuary." - Alison Cayne* "The more people that cook at home, the better… It's good for you, it's good for your community, it's good for the environment." - Alison Cayne This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.packagingisawesome.com/subscribe
From 'Reception Perception' (subscribe here): Matt Harmon and Matt Waldman talk about a couple receivers really coming into their own in Drake London and Jakobi Meyers. Matt Harmon and James Koh whip around the NFL and cover the position they know best: Wide receivers. Using the data from Harmon's exclusive Reception Perception charting methodology, the guys give their takes on receivers at every level of the game. Whether it's the biggest stars in the league or new rookies bursting on the scene, you won't get better wideout information anywhere else. Along the way, they'll break down the biggest stories in the NFL and offer up a few big-picture fantasy football thoughts, as well. Follow the guys on Twitter @JamesDKoh and @MattHarmon_BYB. Follow Reception Perception @RecepPerception. Download and Subscribe to the Reception Perception Show anywhere you get your podcasts. Watch segments of the show on YouTube at Matt Harmon!! To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Welcome to The Fantasy Six Pack Hour Podcast. Joe Bond is your host tonight with A.J. Applegarth as co-host. This week, they're going over Joe's Fantasy Football Week 6 Rankings with some Start-Sit questions to get you ready for Sunday.
In our Someone You Should Know series, Chris Tornquist interviews Faith members to help us get to know them, see how God is working in their lives, and make new connections within our community. In this episode we get to know Katie Meyers.
(0:00) Felger and Mazz talk about the status of the QBs (12:26) The guys discuss DeVonte Parker (22:04) Caller reaction (31:08) Is hindsight 20/20 on Jakobi Meyers?
(0:00) Dan Lifshatz and Kendra Middleton start the second hour of the Over/Under Show giving out bets for NFL Week 6. (15:00) More NFL Week 6 bets. Is this a revenge game for Jakobi Meyers this week? Do the Jaguars have a bad defense? (31:00) The show wraps up with some final bets. Kendra rarely loses F1 bets.
(0:00) Felger and Ted Johnson on the struggling Patriots. (10:16) Is New England the worst situation to play quarterback in the NFL? (21:46) Looking back on the decision of letting Jakobi Meyers go. (29:58) Does Bill have too much power?
(0:00) Paul Perillo of Patriots.com joins the guys to discuss the latest with the Patriots. (10:54) Is there finger pointing going on between the Patriots defense and offense? (20:33) Thoughts on the Patriots not bringing back WR Jakobi Meyers this offseason. (27:38) Final thoughts from Paul Perillo on the Patriots!
From his trip to Jamaica to his Amsterdam escapades, all the way through to his dad becoming a star on a recent tv show, Ike Barinholtz is today's hilarious guest (and also the honorary Meyers brother). Thanks again to Nissan for sponsoring this episode of Family Trips and for the reminder to find your more. Learn more at NissanUSA.com. Head to factormeals.com/trips50 and use code trips50 to get 50% off. Thank you to McDonalds for supporting this episode. McDonalds is 'Now Serving.' Much more than orders. Listen to Podcrushed every Wednesday wherever you listen to podcasts.
(0:00) Is it time for the Patriots to make a tough decision regarding Bill Belichick? (8:13) Second guessing the decision by the Patriots to let go of Jakobi Meyers. (21:00) Bill Belichick and his approach with the media. (29:14) More callers on the struggling Patriots.