Register For Our FREE Credit Repair Business Masterclass!I had the honor of being one of the first guests on the Credit Repair Junkies podcast hosted by our Millionaires Club member Bruce Politano.I had along with me Keenan Jones, VP of Product and my very first employee.We talked about the journey of building, launching, and scaling Credit Repair Cloud to what it is today.One of the most common blunders entrepreneurs make is becoming overly fixated on the intricacies of credit repair services, often at the expense of the broader perspective of owning and growing a credit repair business.No matter how adept you are at repairing credit, your skills may go to waste if your business lacks a solid foundation.While expertise in credit repair is undoubtedly vital, it is equally essential to grasp the fundamentals of running a successful and sustainable enterprise.Understanding financial management, marketing, and customer service are just as critical as knowing the ins and outs of credit repair.Another important lesson as you scale your business is empowering your team and stepping away from day-to-day operations for faster business growth. This allows you to focus on more strategic leadership roles in your business.Bruce, Keenan, and I dove deep into what it takes to scale a credit repair business to seven figures. And guess what? I'm gonna share that entire conversation on this podcast. So you better stick around!Key Takeaways:Credit Repair Cloud back story (01:52)Credit Repair Cloud software development and growth (09:08)Entrepreneurship and personal growth (14:18)Modeling other's success to scale a business (22:37)Letting go of control in your business (27:17)Starting and growing a credit repair business (34:35)Marketing strategies for credit repair businesses (44:20)Outro (47:35)Additional Resources:- Get a free trial to Credit Repair Cloud- Get my free credit repair training - Check out my interview with Bruce Politano!Make sure to subscribe so you stay up to date with our latest episodes.
Happy Down Syndrome Awareness Month, friends!! We're celebrating BIG this month with some incredible self-advocates chatting about everything from entrepreneurship to marriage! We're excited to have entrepreneur, model, and french fry expert, Ronnie Brown aka “The Fry Guy” on the show to celebrate with us! He's a wrestling enthusiast that you'll find at the Crossfit gym in his spare time. After having a feeding tube for six years, it was love at first bite when he tried his first fry! Along with his sister LaTasha, Ronnie started selling fries in 2020 at a local festival and today they share everything they've learned from starting a small business. They even share a fun story about meeting Vice President Kamala Harris this year! This is an episode you're not going to want to miss. --- SHOW NOTES Follow @trifryguy on Instagram Learn more about The Fry Guy and merch! Check out Ronnie's Series featured on The Lucky Few Foundation Watch The Lucky Few Foundation short film “The Life Enthusiast” featuring Ronnie Learn more about SBA (Small Business Administration) DISCOUNT CODE Friends, grab your narrative shifting gear over on The Lucky Few Merch Shop and use code PODCAST for 10% off! THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSOR: Thank you, Enable SNP or sponsoring this episode! 47. Planning for the Future w/Phillip Clark from Enable SNP 191. Future Planning for the WHOLE Family - ft. Phillip Clark, Enable SNP HELP US SHIFT THE NARRATIVE Interested in partnering with The Lucky Few Podcast as a sponsor? Email email@example.com for more information! LET'S CHAT Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions and Good News for future episodes. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theluckyfewpod/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theluckyfewpod/support
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Welcome to an enlightening episode of our podcast, where we embark on a transformative journey through the realm of health and nutrition. Join us as we sit down with Dr. Sheila Carroll, a distinguished expert in the field, to explore the art of modeling better health practices and the profound impact it can have on your children's lives. About Dr. Sheila Carroll (In her words) In 20 years of clinical medicine, I took care of a lot of very sick children. But to an even greater extent, I saw kids with lifestyle-induced problems. Poor sleep, unhealthy diet, sedentary lifestyle, unhealthy weight, and frequently a lot of depression and anxiety were keeping these kids from living in their best health. A child cannot be expected to change their lifestyle habits by themselves. Children need their parent's and caregiver's help. And parents need help figuring out first, exactly what to do and then, how to actually do it. This is what I help parents do. I help parents know exactly what to do to improve their child's health and I teach them the tools and skills they need to fully support their child and themselves along their journeys to better health. As a Pediatrician and Obesity medicine physician as well as a Certified Life and Weight Coach, I help children by empowering their parents to be the parents they truly want to be. Learn more from Dr. Sheila at:https://www.sheilacarrollmd.com/ About Theresa Inman A wife and a mother to two children and grandmother, Theresa Alexander Inman is a Parenting Coach, Board Certified Behavior Analyst, and Infant Toddler Development Specialist. She was introduced to the field of behavior analysis in 2007 after working in many capacities in the juvenile justice system. Her goal is to improve the lives of children and families by helping them strategize child develop skills to prevent or reduce the effects of possible delays while having fun! Theresa is also an author, having published “How Can I Help My Child Communicate?” in 2022. Connect with Theresa today! • Instagram | Theresa Inman • LinkedIn | Theresa Inman • BabyBoomer.org | Theresa Inman • YouTube | Parenting with Confidence • Tiktok | https://www.tiktok.com/@parentcoachtheresa • Spotify via Anchor.fm | Parenting with Confidence Website: https://www.theresaalexanderinman.com/ About Parenting with Confidence Parenting with Confidence with Theresa Alexander Inman presents you with answers if you are a tired and frustrated parent with a child diagnosed with a developmental delay. We aim to lift you up from the pressure of doing it right and provide you with the resources to set you and your child up for success! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theresa-alexander-inman/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theresa-alexander-inman/support
At the Universities of Florida and Porto, and in close collaboration with CAE Healthcare, Willem van Meurs, PhD in control engineering, Toulouse, France (1991), designed simulators for medical student education, anesthesia, intensive care, emergency medicine, pediatrics, and labor and delivery. These and similar devices all but eliminated training of basic interventions and common critical incidents on live animals and real patients. Pedagogical conditions can be optimized without concern for patient safety. Total sales of the simulators developed by the teams Dr. van Meurs led or participated in now exceed 1 billion dollars. These simulators rely on mathematical models of cardiorespiratory physiology and pharmacology. He has a special interest in fetal and neonatal physiology. He is a past president of SESAM and the author of Modeling and Simulation in Biomedical Engineering, McGraw-Hill (2011), and of The Dolls' Engineer, a personal journey through three decades of medical simulation, SimEdita (2023). Recent work includes development of Explanatory Models in Acute Care in collaboration with the Radboud University.Link to the book! https://www.shop.simzine.news/en/home/2-the-dolls-engineer.htmlInnovative SimSolutions.Your turnkey solution provider for medical simulation programs, sim centers & faculty design.
Erica and India discuss their intentions for the shows Pause on the Play® and Flaunt Your Fire®. After nearly 300 combined episodes, they pause to explore how to use them as continued resources and how to stay in the loop about future projects.Ready to dive deeper?Keep in touch and find out what we're up to at pauseontheplay.com
Ever wondered how the fascinating world of Wall Street risk modeling works and its correlation to Bitcoin? Former Wall Street quantitative analyst, Tone Vays, joins us to unravel this intriguing aspect of finance, offering a window into the unpredictable market conditions and the complexity of risk models. Drawing from his rich career on Wall Street, Tone also brings to light his discovery of Bitcoin and the journey that led him to becoming a staunch advocate for this revolutionary cryptocurrency.Continuing on the path of financial enlightenment, we dive headlong into a captivating discussion on Bitcoin as both a private asset and a hedge. Tone juxtaposes Bitcoin with conventional assets like stocks, bonds, and gold, and argues why Bitcoin has remained an unmatched asset since its birth. Together, we delve into the concept of uncomfiscatability, the challenges in achieving self-custody of Bitcoin and the potential implications of ignorance about this digital currency. Furthermore, we examine how government policies could impact Bitcoin's future, a topic that has stirred much debate in the crypto space.But that's not all! We also scrutinize the possible correlations between gold, Bitcoin, and the stock market, reflecting on the 2008 gold crash and its subsequent effect on the global market. Drawing parallels between Bitcoin's behavior during the COVID-19 crisis and the stock market, we ponder over Bitcoin's potential to reach new peak prices in the upcoming year and how its four-year halving cycle influences market trends. Whether you're a seasoned trader or a curious onlooker, this episode is guaranteed to leave you buzzing with fresh insights and perspectives that will reshape your understanding of finance and Bitcoin.ANTICIPATE STOCK MARKET CRASHES, CORRECTIONS, AND BEAR MARKETS WITH AWARD WINNING RESEARCH. Sign up for The Lead-Lag Report at https://theleadlag.report/leadlaglive and get 30% off as a podcast listener.Nothing on this channel should be considered as personalized financial advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any securities. The content in this program is for informational purposes only. You should not construe any information or other material as investment, financial, tax, or other advice. The views expressed by the participants are solely their own. A participant may have taken or recommended any investment position discussed, but may close such position or alter its recommendation at any time without notice. Nothing contained in this program constitutes a solicitation, recommendation, endorsement, or offer to buy or sell any securities or other financial instruments in any jurisdiction. Please consult your own investment or financial advisor for advice related to all investment decisions.Support the show
In this week's Coffee Break Session, we unpack modeling and forecasting as a corporate treasurer. Listen in and learn the key differences, explore real-world examples, and see how data can help drive accurate predictions.
When writer / director Seth Ferranti received a twenty-five year LSD kingpin conviction, after faking his suicide and landing on the US Marshals Top-15 Most Wanted list, he thought his life was over. As a first time, non-violent offender, the lengthy sentence attracted media attention from The Washington Post, Rolling Stone, The Washington Times, and others. Turning despair into drive, Ferranti earned an associates, bachelors, and masters degree while in prison and started penning prison and gangster stories for VICE, Don Diva, FEDS, Hoopshype and others. He became a true-crime publisher from the cell block and built a website and publishing house, Gorilla Convict, that documented stories that the mainstream media was not willing to share. In February 2015, after serving 21 years, he was released from the Bureau of Prisons, to seek his fortune. Back in the world Ferranti continued his writing career as a journalist penning pieces for VICE, OZY, The Daily Beast, Dazed, MERRY JANE, and features for Penthouse and Real Crime Magazines, among others. He also embarked on his true passion, filmmaking. Ferranti joined forces with Shawn Rech and Transitions Studios to make WHITE BOY, a top ten Netflix feature documentary on Richard Wershe Jr. Seth also starred in the season one finale of VICE's I WAS A TEENAGE FELON. Modeling himself as the Quentin Tarantino of documentaries, he currently has four documentary projects in production and three in post at his studio OUTLAW FILMS. It appears there is no stopping him…
Kalid and Joe interview creature modeler/designer Mikkel Frandsen about the art of modeling monsters! We chat about Mikkel's work in the industry on creatures like the Kikimora from Netflix's The Witcher, the Hunter Predator from Shane Black's The Predator, and Valentine the Zombie Tiger from Zach Snyder's Army of the Dead. Be sure to check out Mikkel's work on his Instagram and on his website! *Thank you to Jim Hall for the music! Check out more of his music here, and if you like what you hear, please consider donating to support his work here! *Thank you to Jim Tandberg/Grant Hasbrouck for the Frankenstein's Podcast artwork! Featured Guests: Mikkel Frandsen is a professional Creature Designer/Modeller with over 10 years of experience. He's worked with multiple VFX companies. You can see some of his creature work in Zach Snyder's ‘Army of the Dead,' ‘The Predator,' and ‘The Witcher.' References: Malcolm in the Middle Schitt's Creek Twisted Metal on Peacock Quake II
In the fourth episode of Mastering Metail's Target Masterclass season, Corey Hammond and Amanda Kelly cover the complex nature of establishing our capabilities on Target.com via establishing an API connection as well as ingesting data into our software to provide the most necessary insights and models for our clients.
Get ready for an eye-opening conversation where we shed light on the less glamorous aspects of the industry. From the challenges faced to the triumphs achieved, this episode is a must-listen for anyone curious about the hidden stories behind the runway.
God doesn't just model fatherhood in his creating and protecting us. He also models fatherhood in the way he continues to uphold his created order in confronting Adam and Eve after they have fallen into sin.Music Credit: J. S. Bach, “Wir eilen mit schwachen, doch emsigen Schritten,” aria from “Jesu, der du meine Seele,” BWV 78 (Leipzig, 1724).
In this episode, Dr. Kathy provides insight on how to guide children in note-taking during church services, classes, or even simple things in life, emphasizing that everything happening is intentional and has a purpose. She suggests modeling this behavior for children by actively jotting down key points during sermons and discussing them afterwards.
If you want to be inspired, tap that play button. After walking in her first New York Fashion Week show, Gabriella Halikas joins Kaitlyn on the podcast to share how she used delusional confidence to create an incredible modeling career for herself. Not only has she worked her way into the modeling industry, but she is here to change it. She's using her platform to advocate for issues she's personally faced, from body discrimination to the lack of representation on the runway. As the CEO of confidence, Ella inspires so many people to love the body they are in and chase their wildest dreams. And even if your dreams seem unrealistic to others, never give up. (Right, Cory? #CheckOnCory) THANK YOU to our sponsors! Check out these deals for the vinos: Just Thrive: You can save 20% off the dynamic duo bundle of Just Thrive probiotic and Just Calm when you go to JustThriveHealth.com and use code VINE at checkout. OUAI: Live life your OUAI and get your fast fix for healthy-looking hair. Go to theouai.com and use code VINE for 15% off any purchase. Jenni Kayne: Find your forever pieces at jennikayne.com/home. Our listeners get 15% off your first order when you use code VINE at checkout. Draft Kings: Download the DraftKings Casino app NOW, sign up with promo code VINE, and new customers get a deposit match up to ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS in casino credits when you deposit $5 or more. Gambling problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER (Michigan/New Jersey/Pennsylvania/West Virginia). Please play responsibly. In partnership with Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races in West Virginia. All games regulated by the West Virginia Lottery. In Connecticut, help is available for problem gambling call 888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org. 21+. Physically present in Connecticut/Michigan/New Jersey/Pennsylvania/West Virginia only. Void in Ontario. One per opted-in new customer. Min. $5 deposit. Max match $100 in casino credits which require 1x play-thru within 7 days. See terms at casino.draftkings.com/playerschoice. Restrictions apply. Follow Us on Instagram:@offthevinepodcast@kaitlynbristowe@ellahalikas Join the Off the Vine Facebook group to connect with fellow Vinos! Want to watch the episode instead? We gotchu. Check out Off the Vine on the Tube!
We continue our series with The Learning Scientists on this episode of 3Ps in a Pod. Today, hosts Josh and Paula talk with Dr. Althea Need Kaminske and Dr. Megan Sumeracki about working memory and perception. Dr. Sumeracki and Dr. Kaminske give multiple examples demonstrating how background knowledge shapes your perception and what that means for how we communicate or give instructions to students or anyone else in our lives. The Learning Scientists also discuss the processes of moving from learning to applying concepts and what that looks like for both students and for pre-service teachers moving into the day-to-day of teaching. They then discuss what it is to pay attention, how that connects with short-term and long-term memory, and how mind wandering can actually be helpful in learning and creating memory. The group also begins to talk about strategies that truly support how cognition actually works. Dr. Kaminske talks specifically about note-taking and how quality note-taking that supports actual learning requires a slowed down lecture, for example, or taking the time when reading a textbook to not just rewrite statements but to process and structure the information in their own way. They also discuss the idea of active learning. In the next episode, Dr. Sumeracki and Dr. Kaminske build off of this conversation and discuss more strategies and interventions you can apply that support the cognitive processes discussed in this episode. Learn more about the Learning Scientists at learningscientists.org, and learn more about the Arizona K12 Center at azk12.org.
Jacques Matellus is a model, actor, and musician. From an early age he was drawn to performing. As an adult, Jacques was paralyzed in a stage accident resulting in a spinal cord injury and quadriplegia. After taking time to focus on physical and mental recovery he returned to his career as an artist. Recently he has modeled for big-name brands like Target and Tommy Hilfiger, and released his first single "Love Me" on Spotify. Jacques speaks about expression, creativity, and exploring new pathways. Guest info:@jacques_matellusAdditional Resources:highfivesfoundation.orgempowersci.orgContact us: Instagram: @unexpectedjourneypodcastEmail: email@example.com Hosted and produced by Tim BrownAudio engineer and sound design by Jesse LaFountaineEditing by Riss BickfordAudio cleaning by Kevin O'ConnellEpisode cover art by David McCaulley Cover art and logo design by Anne Holt
Have you ever wondered what it's truly like to navigate the cutthroat world of show business while battling insecurities about your body? In this episode, I had the privilege of sitting down with Maria Tornberg, an actress, photographer, and former model for an honest and enlightening conversation. We explore Maria's journey through the industry, discussing her battles with body image and eating disorders. We delve into the challenges faced in the acting and modeling world, the relentless standards it imposes, and the importance of self-acceptance. A pivotal moment in our conversation is when Maria opens up about a traumatic, near-death event that reshaped her perspective on her body and identity - she felt as if she was reborn. Her journey toward recovery and self-acceptance, and her healthier relationship with food, is truly inspiring.I admire Maria's openness and bravery in sharing her story. Our discussion sheds light on the healing power of such conversations, making this episode a must-listen.Connect with Maria on InstagramWork with MariaEpisode we mentioned was: "When Your Health Obsession Becomes Unhealthy" from Aug 15th 2023TOPICS COVERED
When the U.S. Inflation Reduction Act was signed into law in August 2022, policy analysts predicted that the incentives it provided for renewable energy deployment, home electrification and EV adoption would put the U.S. on track to reach at least two thirds of its 2030 emissions reduction target. Twelve months later, we can now start to track how well the nation is progressing towards those predictions.In terms of unlocking private capital and kickstarting new clean energy projects, the IRA is profoundly exceeding expectations, already creating tens of billions of dollars in new investments in what has been dubbed a U.S. “manufacturing renaissance.” But according to Oliver Kerr, North America lead for market analytics company Aurora Energy Research, a national energy transformation requires integration as well as manufacturing. Climate Now spoke with Oliver about the impact of the IRA on renewable energy growth, as well as the policy reforms and grid infrastructure updates that are still needed to ensure that public and private investments being made in clean energy manufacturing will translate to 100% fossil free U.S. electricity in the coming decade. Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram.Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit our website for all of our content and sources for each episode.
The balance dataslate dropped last week with huge quality of life improvements on both sides of the table. What does this mean to you? I know a lot of players … Read More
Legendary Photographer Alan Rolette has cheated death at least 5 times in the past year! In this emotional conversation, listen as Alan opens up about overcoming a dangerous kidney stone and an enlarged heart that combined nearly took him out several times. Through his Riverhorse Photography, Alan Rolette Photography and Riverhorse Allure brands, Alan has shot the who's who in Pro Wrestling and Modeling. The fact he has overcome such serious health complications to continue on with his stellar career is a testament to the will to survive and stay alive! *Visit https://www.alanrolettephotography.com to book your next photo project with the Legend Alan Rolette! *--*Ready to shop better hydration? Use my special link DukeLovesRasslin to save 20% off anything you order over at LiquidIV.Com--*All views expressed on #DukeLovesRasslin are that of those expressing it. If you love it too bad. If you hate it too bad. #PullUpYourSkinnyJeans *Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/dukelovesrasslin. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In today's episode of the Standing Tall Podcast we have fashion attorney and former model Kaitlin Puccio. She shares with us what to look for in a modeling contract, how to negotiate it and how to spot a red flag. Plus, she answers if its possible to get out of a contract before it's over and how much would it cost to get a lawyer involved in any of these stages. Kaitlin's webiste: Puccio Law https://pucciolawpllc.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/andrea-ventura/support
This week's Fish Fry podcast is all about AI modeling for automotive applications. Seth DeLand (MathWorks) and I discuss the common challenges that automotive engineers face when implementing simulation into AI modeling, which automotive applications would benefit most from simulation, and why data preparation is a crucial step in the AI workflow during model-based design for automotive applications.
David Crabb is one of the most talented people I know. He's a host and storyteller for both Risk and The Moth; he's the writer and star of his acclaimed one-man show, Bad Kid, about growing up Goth and gay in Texas, which is also a best-selling memoir; and he's currently a member of The Groundling's, one of America's premier improv and sketch comedy troupes based in LA. In our conversation, David talks about how and why he makes such hilarious -- and compelling -- art. Check out David's website!Watch the Bad Kid TrailerBuy Bad Kid the book; buy it at InterabangJohn Casablanca School of Modeling and ActingDavid Crabb's YouTube channel featuring:Rodney Bobbins Byron at Sephora The GroundlingsCranbrook Academy of ArtAxis Theater CompanyRiskThe Moth
Beyond the Sessions is answering YOUR parenting questions! In this episode, Dr. Rebecca Hershberg, Dr. Emily Upshur, and I talk about... 2:24 - How this current generation is working to lessen the stigma of having learning difficulties or a neurodiverse brain by approaching it as a difference rather than a deficit. 4:20 - How parents can be collaborative with their child's school to help them feel comfortable getting support in the classroom. 7:26 - Understanding a child's genetic history can empower parents to make specific choices (proactively and in the moment) based on that unique knowledge. 9:02 - Teaching your child to use, "I'm the type of person who..." statements can help them approach the things that are challenging for them without judgment. 15:29 - How comparing an invisible disability (like ADHD, OCD, anxiety, etc.) with physical disabilities can help children feel comfortable accepting support. 18:45 - Modeling coping skills by talking about your unique brain, body, and your process in navigating mental or physical differences without infusing shame. ✨We want to hear from you! Go to https://drsarahbren.com/question to send us a question or a topic you want to hear us answer on Securely Attached - Beyond the Sessions! ✨
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Effective teachers know that modeling behaviors is hugely impactful in generating positive student outcomes. However, they also know that modeling has its limits. It's important to remember that teachers are professionals at work and not children at school. They should always be treated as professionals. Also, healthy student-teacher relationships (like parent-child relationships) should involve clear role identification. Without those distinctions, leading in the classroom becomes nearly impossible.
Modeling your business using advice from an influencer who seems to have a big following online probably isn't the best idea. Knowing when you can and can't trust an influencer What influencers say to do vs what they did to grow their business What you have to give up in order to get what an influencer has -- The Obvious Choice is presented by QuickCoach.Fit, free professional software for fitness and nutrition coaches that raises the value of what you do by delivering a good-looking, aesthetically clean program every time. Join 23,000+ users and claim your free account at www.QuickCoach.Fit. -- Join 65,000+ coaches and receive the most popular newsletter on the web for fitness/nutrition coaches: '5-Reps Friday'. Each letter contains 2 coaching concepts, 2 business nuggets, and 1 quote for you to ponder. Sign up at www.5RepsFriday.com.
In this episode, Mark talks with Mitch Sweet, who teaches using modeling methodology at Scottsdale Community College. They discuss his journey with modeling, and the many workshops he attended before becoming a workshop facilitator. They talk about building a community of modelers and the differences between high school and college. Finally, they talk about the work that Mitch and others have done researching the effectiveness of using proportional reasoning to get students to link about how changing one variable would affect the other, rather than just blindly plugging numbers into an algorithm. Guests Mitch Sweet Mitch has been teaching, primarily chemistry, for the past 15 years at both the high school and college level. He took his first Modeling workshop in 2010 and began co-leading Chemistry Modeling workshops in 2016. Mitch currently teaches Fundamental Chemistry and General Chemistry I and II at Scottsdale Community College. Highlights [7:37] Mitch Sweet "the idea is, no matter what it is we're doing in life, we're constantly building models in our head of how we think things work. And that's sort of inherent in the nature of learning." [11:44] Mitch Sweet "we're trying to build a culture with our students where they're really responsible for their own learning, and we're trying to get them to be independent thinkers and to be able to engage with their fellow classmates." [33:41] Mitch Sweet "so getting students to share, getting students comfortable with putting things out there that they're maybe not a hundred percent sure of is a really important part of building the culture within the class. And we found it is more than worthwhile, that investment of time" Resources Download Transcript Ep 48 Transcript Links [Paper] David Hestenes - Wherefore a Science of Teaching
Don't miss our latest episode of the Research Insights Podcast straight to you from the Research Institute at the Society of Actuaries! Listen to guest Stewart Foley, Founder and Managing Partner at InsuranceAUM.com, and Dr. Andrew Aziz, Chief Strategy Officer & Head of Product at SS&C Algorithmics, discuss current trends in the insurance asset management industry with host Dale Hall, Managing Director of Research at the Society of Actuaries Research Institute. InsuranceAUM.com landing page: https://insuranceaum.com/ SOA Research Institute: https://www.soa.org/research/research-institute/
Faith Organizers Kelley Fox and Rev. Terry Williams address the latest foolishness of the Ohio Ballot Board, detailing how people of faith are organizing to overcome abortion misinformation and dirty tricks to ensure passage of the Right to Reproductive Freedom Amendment in November. Modeling a practice of disciplined re-examination and truthtelling, Kelley and Terry also discuss how reviewing soul-stirring works (like adrienne maree brown's "Pleasure Activism") and honing previously-learned educational skills can provide much needed personal growth and lead to community transformation. Links to discussed content: Ohio reproductive rights group sues state Ballot Board over abortion ballot language: www.nbcnews.com/politics/elections/ohio-reproductive-rights-group-sues-ballot-board-abortion-ballot-langu-rcna102382 Full text of the Right to Reproductive Freedom ballot amendment: www.readtheamendment.com/ Support ACLU Ohio: www.acluohio.org/ Pleasure Activism, by adrienne maree brown: www.akpress.org/pleasure-activism.html Join our Moral Messaging Training: www.faithchoiceohio.org/moral-messaging-training Music by Korbin Jones
We all know the saying, "First impressions are lasting impressions." Well, it's a true statement in my personal opinion. Today, I'm chatting it up with Mike That Model about the importance of presenting yourself well to help push yourself, as personal development is concerned, and your career to the next level. It all starts with changing your mindset and surrounding yourself with like-minded individuals. To connect with Mike Tha Model follow on social media:@MikeThaModel88
What is emotional intelligence, and how does it relate to ADHD? If you've ever wondered about emotional intelligence for our children, then you definitely want to tune in to this episode. Stephanie Pinto is an emotional intelligence author, speaker, and coach. She specializes in helping parents to create an emotionally intelligent family. She is a certified emotional intelligence specialist. She's also a pediatric anxiety therapist, and she has practiced as a speech pathologist for 10 years. She supports parents in learning how to manage their emotions, frustrations, and stress so that they are happier, calmer, and able to connect more deeply with their children. She also helps parents to raise emotionally intelligent kids who are self-aware and able to positively manage their emotions and behaviors. Stephanie was appointed as the Emotional Intelligence Mentor for Australia's Nurture Parenting Magazine in 2021. She's also been featured on international parenting summits, conferences, and publications, and her groundbreaking book, From Chaos To Connection, was published in March 2023. Tune in to this episode to learn more about emotional intelligence and how to teach emotional intelligence skills to your children. Key Takeaways [4:43] What is emotional intelligence? [8:40] Why we - as parents - need to become emotionally intelligent first in order to raise kids who are emotionally intelligent [13:25] What parents can do to teach kids about emotional intelligence [21:13] The Emotion Wheel - a tool to help learn emotional intelligence [24:16] How the nervous system affects emotional intelligence [32:35] Additional tips for parents to teach emotional intelligence [39:03] Where to find Stephanie online Memorable Quotes ”Emotional intelligence actually has…26 individual competency or skill areas underneath it.” ”Emotional intelligence is our ability to be aware of our own emotions and those of others in the moment and to use that information to guide our actions…and to adjust our behavior as we need.” ”It's not that we manage other peoples' emotions, because we can't. But we can manage our relationship and how we show up in a relationship.” “It's kind of impossible for me to raise kids who are kind and patient and empathetic…if I myself am not kind and patient…” “Having emotions is as much a part of being human as having a nose or an elbow or a brain that you can't see.” “Unfortunately, for so long, they [emotions] have been demonized. We think of them as silly, awkward, fluffy, signs of weakness, something to be shoved down or put away or dealt with behind closed doors.” ”How can I shift my lens on these emotions?” “I often tell parents not to take emotions personally from your kids, especially our beautiful ADHD kids, because it has nothing to do with you.” “My child's nervous system is constantly and unconsciously detecting cues - like a radar - as to whether I'm safe and things are okay or is there a threat.” ”Modeling is showing your kids how to deal with their emotions. So, how to be mad - not “not to be mad” but how to be mad.” How to Connect with Stephanie Pinto Website: https://www.stephaniepinto.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/letsraiseemotionallyintelligentkids Dana Kay Resources: Website: https://adhdthriveinstitute.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ADHDThriveInstitute/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adhdthriveinstitute/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ADHDThriveInstitute LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/adhd-thrive-institute/mycompany/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.ph/adhdthriveinstitute/ Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@adhd_thriveinstitute International Best Selling Book, Thriving with ADHD – https://adhdthriveinstitute.com/book/ Free Reduce ADHD Symptoms Naturally Masterclass – https://bit.ly/3GAbFQl ADHD Parenting Course – https://info.adhdthriveinstitute.com/parentingadhd ADHD Thrive Method 4 Kids Program – https://adhdthriveinstitute.com/packages/
This is quite possibly the MOST REQUESTED topic y'all ask me to talk about when it comes to parenting. That's right... we're talking about PHONES. This conversation will look different for every family and every kid, but it is INEVITABLE that every kid will have access to phones and screens. So how do we help them? What worked 10 years ago, may not work today. Heck, what works now will probably change in 6 months. Technology evolves FAST. If it feels like you can't keep up, I have some ideas. When is the right time to give your kid a phone? Setting age-appropriate boundaries Knowing your kids phone better than they do How much screen time is too much? Teaching kids about respect and privacy Modeling how to positively use technology Using parental controls I believe that you can't rewind childhood, but you can fast-forward it-- and phones tend to be really good at fast-forwarding our kids. Listen up if you want to hear some tips on how to help your child live in real-time with (or without) a phone. _______ Want to hear from a teenager about what it's like growing up with social media? Listen to my son Losiah share his thoughts here: Episode 35: How does growing up with social media REALLY affect our kids? You can find me on Instagram (@loswhit) here: https://bit.ly/CarlosIGNotes Purchase your copy of my new book, How to Human, HERE: https://bit.ly/HowtoHumanNotes Let's keep in touch! Sign up for my newsletter to be the first to hear ALL my updates. https://bit.ly/MasFamiliaNotes Interested in advertising with us? Reach out here. _____ ELIC: ELIC is dedicated to changing lives by equipping and sending people to teach English in these unreached areas. If you are ready to create hope with a global impact, visit: elic.org/humanhope ATHLETIC GREENS: Athletic Greens is giving you a FREE one-year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 free travel packs with your first purchase. Go to athleticgreens.com/HUMANHOPE GREEN CHEF: Go to greenchef.com/HUMANHOPE60 and use code humanhope60 to get 60% off plus free shipping!
Suicide Awareness Week is September 10-16, 2023. If you are struggling with thoughts of suicide or know of someone who is, please call 988. Grieving loss by suicide is long, complicated, and has a lot of layers. Moms will carry the grief for their children in the early years and then watch them wrestle through the pain as they grow into an understanding of the choice that was made by their dad. According to Ephesians 6:12, the battle is spiritual, and at the root of suicide is Satan the one who seeks to kill, steal, and destroy (John 10:10). In this episode, Lori shares her experience discussing Grieving death by suicide Understanding Satan's schemes against us The importance of telling children the truth as they grow and teaching them about spiritual warfare Modeling forgiveness Take the mention of thoughts of suicide seriously Other Resources: Honest Answers for Hard Questions Podcast Episode 25 with Lori Apon Solace for Suicide by Lori Apon The Realities of Suicide Go Beyond Mental Health by Mo Isom Every Moment Holy, Volume 2: Death, Grief, & Hope Grieving Well Amidst the Confusion of Suicide A liturgy for Those Who Feel Abandoned by One who Chose Suicide Mom, you are not alone! Join our private Facebook group for more encouragement and community: https://bit.ly/widowmom For more information and helpful resources, check our website: PerspectiveMinistries.org & follow us on Instagram @PerspectiveMinistries.
In this encore episode of The MomForce Podcast, we dive into the life and experiences of Camila McConaughey, an accomplished entrepreneur, model, designer, and philanthropist. From growing up on a farm in Brazil to her current life in Austin, Texas with husband Matthew McConaughey and their three children, Camila's journey is fascinating. Camila opens up about her and Matthew's early dating years and how they keep their relationship fresh and fun. She tells Vanessa what life is like for them right now in Austin, Texas raising their tween and teens. Plus, she shares what made her want to write a children's book all about picky eaters and how she gets her own kids to eat at the dinner table and try new things. Don't miss out on Camila's Women of Today community where she regularly shares her delicious recipes and kitchen tips. Click here to join the McConaughey's in supporting the Baby2Baby efforts in Maui for those affected by the fire. And if you lost your Chatbooks in the fire we will reprint them at no cost, please reach out to our team. Use code: MOMFORCE for 15% off your next Chatbooks order! Follow Vanessa Follow Chatbooks The MomForce Podcast on TikTok Follow Camila on Instagram Find Camila's book here Listen to more episodes of The MomForce Podcast
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In his weekly clinical update, Dr. Griffin discusses modeling poliovirus transmission and responses in New York State, FDA approves first vaccine for pregnant individuals to prevent RSV in infants, prevention and control of seasonal influenza with vaccines: recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, Nirmatrelvir resistance – de novo E166V/L50V mutations in an immunocompromised patient treated with prolonged nirmatrelvir/ritonavir monotherapy leading to clinical and virological treatment failure, incidence of new-onset hypertension post–COVID-19: comparison with influenza, and post-acute sequelae of COVID-19 at 2 years. Subscribe (free): Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! Links for this episode Modeling poliovirus transmission and responses in New York State (JID) FDA approves first vaccine for pregnant individuals to prevent RSV in infants (FDA) Prevention and control of seasonal influenza with vaccines (CDC) De novo E166V/L50V mutations in an immunocompromised patient treated with nirmatrelvir/ritonavir (CID) Incidence of new-onset hypertension post–COVID-19 (Hypertension) Postacute sequelae of COVID-19 at 2 years (Nature Medicine) Contribute to our Floating Doctors fundraiser at PWB Letters read on TWiV 1038 Dr. Griffin's COVID treatment summary (pdf) Timestamps by Jolene. Thanks! Intro music is by Ronald Jenkees Send your questions for Dr. Griffin to email@example.com
In this episode, Dr. Stephanie Weyrauch is back with a great interview with COL Zack Solomon, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS, to discuss the importance of resiliency in life and in leadership. Colonel Solomon shares his 25-year career journey, starting with his master's program at the US Army Baylor program and his time at Walter Reed and Fort Riley. He also describes his experience as a brigade physical therapist in Iraq during the surge in 2006 and 2007. Additionally, Colonel Solomon discusses his role as a brigade medical officer in a basic training brigade and his time at Aberdeen Proving Ground. Tune in to gain valuable insights on resilience from Colonel Solomon's military experience. · "The views, thoughts, and opinions presented herein are those of the speaker and do not necessarily represent the views of the DoD or the U.S. Army.” Show notes: [00:01:12] Resilience in the military. [00:07:58] Overcoming acute events. [00:11:36] Building resilience in the Army. [00:15:17] Recovering from spinal cord injury. [00:19:16] Building trust and confidence. [00:23:16] General Shelton's incredible recovery. [00:27:06] Setting desired end state. [00:32:03] Resilience in leadership. [00:36:00] Autonomy in physical therapy. [00:42:44] Promoting resilience and reducing burnout. [00:45:15] Providing constructive feedback. [00:48:30] Modeling behaviors as healthcare providers. More About COL Soloman: COL Zack Solomon earned a Master of Physical Therapy degree from U.S. Army-Baylor University and a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Baylor University. COL Solomon also graduated from the U.S. Army War College with a Master's degree in Strategic Studies. COL Solomon most recently served as the Branch Chief, Army Medical Specialist Corps, Human Resources Command, Fort Knox, Kentucky. COL Solomon's previous assignments include Commander, California Medical Detachment, Presidio of Monterey, California; Chief of Physical Therapy, Dunham Army Health Clinic, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania; Chief of Physical Therapy at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, Fort Campbell, Kentucky; Assistant Program Manager, Army Institute of Public Health, U.S. Army Public Health Command, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland; Brigade Medical Operations Officer, 434th Field Artillery Brigade, Fort Sill, Oklahoma; Chief Physical Therapy and Chiropractic Clinics, U.S. Army Health Clinic, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii; Brigade Physical Therapist, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom; Assistant Chief, Physical Therapy Clinic, Irwin Army Community Hospital, Fort Riley, Kansas; Physical Therapist, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington D.C. He is a board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties and a certified strength and conditioning specialist from the National Strength and Conditioning Association. More About Dr. Weyrauch: Dr. Stephanie Weyrauch is a self-employed physical therapist at Movement X in Billings, MT. She earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy and Master of Science in Clinical Investigation from Washington University in St. Louis. Dr. Weyrauch is a highly sought-after speaker and consultant specializing in burnout, generational issues, and injury prevention programs within the workplace. Her clinical expertise has been featured in various media outlets, including NPR, Kaiser Health News, Glamour, Life Hacker, and NBC News. Dr. Weyrauch serves as Chair of the American Physical Therapy Association Nominating Committee and has served on multiple national task forces for the organization. She has performed scientific research through grants from the National Institutes of Health and National Science Foundation at institutions including Stanford University and Washington University in St. Louis. Her research examining movement patterns and outcomes in people with and without low back pain has led to numerous local, regional, and national presentations and a peer-reviewed publication in Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, a top journal in rehabilitation. Follow Dr. Karen Litzy on Social Media: Karen's Twitter Karen's Instagram Karen's LinkedIn Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: YouTube Website Apple Podcast Spotify SoundCloud Stitcher iHeart Radio
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Brooke Romney is a strong believer that we are wired for connection. Connection with those around us, connection with our families, connection with God—“Humans are hard and friendship takes work,” Romney says, but she also believes the effort is worthwhile, “His intent was never for us to walk any of these paths alone.” “We're craving what God really intended us to be. He never intended us to sit behind screens. He never intended even for us to just write articles about good things. He created us to do good things, to touch people, to connect with people. That's what this is all about. And I think, because life has gotten so easy and so removed, sometimes we forget that and it's what our soul wants so badly.” —Brooke Romney Show Notes 3:08- A hunger for human connection7:07- Breaking down barriers to friendship11:46- A need for vulnerability17:50- 3 ways to be a true friend22:00- Getting out of your comfort zone28:03- Connecting with your children33:00- Modeling true confidence34:51- I am _____________36:52- Loving your children39:17- God's desire to connect with you44:42- What does it mean to be "all in" the gospel of Jesus Christ? View full show notes and transcript at ldsliving.com/allin. This episode originally aired on September 4, 2019.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.