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Honestly with Bari Weiss ✓ Claim : Read the notes at at podcastnotes.org. Don't forget to subscribe for free to our newsletter, the top 10 ideas of the week, every Monday --------- When my wife Nellie was pregnant last year, we became obsessed with Economist Emily Oster's book, Expecting Better: Why the Conventional Pregnancy Wisdom Is Wrong–and What You Really Need to Know. Amidst a barrage of conflicting and confusing pregnancy advice, Oster laid out the data on everything we needed to know. Despite what doctors said, sushi, cheese, and the occasional glass of wine were all okay during those nine long months. It gave us the much needed calm we needed during a time of so much uncertainty. With her two subsequent books Cribsheet and The Family Firm, Oster popularized a new phenomenon that has defined our generation of parents: data-driven parenting. It ditches the long lists of paternalistic rules, and instead examines peer-reviewed evidence and lets parents make their own informed decisions about their kids based on risks and tradeoffs. Nowhere was the Oster mentality more front and center, and more divisive, than during Covid. She argued very early on in the pandemic for less draconian and more nuanced policies. She wrote pieces in the Atlantic like, Schools Aren't Superspreaders and Your Unvaccinated Kids Is Like A Vaccinated Grandma, when those words were considered heresy. And while she made quite a few enemies on the left over the last few years, recently she wrote Let's Declare A Pandemic Amnesty, and earned herself some enemies on the right as well. Today, my wife Nellie Bowles joins me to talk to Oster about why a Harvard-educated economist at Brown University decided to become a parenting guru, how she used her parenting framework to become a leading expert on pandemic policies, and the unwinnable position of… actually following the science. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Honestly with Bari Weiss ✓ Claim Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Suffering does not prove you are a good parent – in pregnancy or parenthoodDon't make decisions for your family based on what you think you should be doing or what others are doing – make decisions that make sense for your familyDistinguish between changing guidelines in response to large-scale evidence (e.g., sleeping on back vs stomach) versus changing guidelines based on sensationalized information Similar to what we see with other public health issues, there is minimal nuance in the information disseminated about how to navigate pregnancy, breastfeeding, child development, and parentingRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgWhen my wife Nellie was pregnant last year, we became obsessed with Economist Emily Oster's book, Expecting Better: Why the Conventional Pregnancy Wisdom Is Wrong–and What You Really Need to Know. Amidst a barrage of conflicting and confusing pregnancy advice, Oster laid out the data on everything we needed to know. Despite what doctors said, sushi, cheese, and the occasional glass of wine were all okay during those nine long months. It gave us the much needed calm we needed during a time of so much uncertainty. With her two subsequent books Cribsheet and The Family Firm, Oster popularized a new phenomenon that has defined our generation of parents: data-driven parenting. It ditches the long lists of paternalistic rules, and instead examines peer-reviewed evidence and lets parents make their own informed decisions about their kids based on risks and tradeoffs. Nowhere was the Oster mentality more front and center, and more divisive, than during Covid. She argued very early on in the pandemic for less draconian and more nuanced policies. She wrote pieces in the Atlantic like, Schools Aren't Superspreaders and Your Unvaccinated Kids Is Like A Vaccinated Grandma, when those words were considered heresy. And while she made quite a few enemies on the left over the last few years, recently she wrote Let's Declare A Pandemic Amnesty, and earned herself some enemies on the right as well. Today, my wife Nellie Bowles joins me to talk to Oster about why a Harvard-educated economist at Brown University decided to become a parenting guru, how she used her parenting framework to become a leading expert on pandemic policies, and the unwinnable position of… actually following the science. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jeffrey Oster, known for being an aggressive litigator, concentrates his practice on general negligence, premises liability, motor vehicle liability, trucking, sexual assault, professional liability, medical malpractice, employment law and several other practice areas. He has also investigated potential instances of insurance fraud for several clients. Jeffrey has experience at all levels of case management, from pre-litigation advisement and opinion through settlement, arbitration and mediation and, if necessary, trial. He is also skilled in general contract matters, negotiations, and government affairs. He has served as a member of emergency response teams for various national clients, as well as regional coordinating counsel for a multinational energy corporation. He has obtained numerous defense verdicts at arbitration and/or trial. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffreyoster/ Vaughn Baio: https://www.vaughanbaio.com/ Learn more about EmotionTrac and our AI-driven Emotional Intelligence Platform: https://emotiontrac.com/calendly/
Gründer und Zünder: Österreichs Startup Insider Talk
Replay einer der beliebtesten Episoden aus 2020/21. Diese Episode wurde das erste Mal am 22.06.2020 als Episode #086 ausgestrahlt. Diese Woche zu Gast im Gründer & Zünder Podcast ist Christopher Oster, Gründer & CEO von CLARK, einer App für die Verwaltung all deiner Versicherungsverträge. Christoper ist ein wirklich erfahrener Unternehmen. Er war nicht nur in der Boston Consulting Group, sondern auch COO bei Wimdu. Im Podcast erzählt er: Was er auf seiner bisherigen Reise gelernt hat. Über die Gründung von CLARK in 2015, einer Zeit wo das Geschäft mit digitalen Versicherungen von diversen Playern mit unterschiedlichen Geschäftsmodellen hart umkämpft war. Wie sie es geschafft haben nach einem Jahr 13 Millionen Euro und zwei Jahre später nochmal über 20 Millionen Funding aufzustellen. Wie er mit einem starken Fokus auf die Technologie gestartet ist und wie sich das über die Jahre verändert hat. Über die zwei großen Durchbrüche am Anfang ihre Firmengeschichte. KPMG Smart Start unterstützt diesen Podcast. Ihre wertvollen Ressourcen und Kontakte findest du auf: derstartuppodcast.com/smartstart
Unglaublich inspirierendes & lehrreiches Interview mit dem werten Marco Oster, der mit seinem Identitäshifting schon wirklich unglaubliche #Erfolge erzielt hat & in dieser Podcastfolge so einiges an Diamanten an #Content für #Persönlichkeitsentwicklung #Business #Geld verdienen & das Leben gibt. Folge Marco unbedingt auf Instagram für mehr hammermäßigen Content --> https://www.instagram.com/_marcooster/ Und schau auch unbedingt mal bei seinen anderen Kanälen vorbei, es lohnt sich definitiv! https://linktr.ee/marco.selfmastery.de Es war Mir eine große Ehre Dich im #Dreamfactory Podcast interviewen zu dürfen Marco!
When my wife Nellie was pregnant last year, we became obsessed with Economist Emily Oster's book, Expecting Better: Why the Conventional Pregnancy Wisdom Is Wrong–and What You Really Need to Know. Amidst a barrage of conflicting and confusing pregnancy advice, Oster laid out the data on everything we needed to know. Despite what doctors said, sushi, cheese, and the occasional glass of wine were all okay during those nine long months. It gave us the much needed calm we needed during a time of so much uncertainty. With her two subsequent books Cribsheet and The Family Firm, Oster popularized a new phenomenon that has defined our generation of parents: data-driven parenting. It ditches the long lists of paternalistic rules, and instead examines peer-reviewed evidence and lets parents make their own informed decisions about their kids based on risks and tradeoffs. Nowhere was the Oster mentality more front and center, and more divisive, than during Covid. She argued very early on in the pandemic for less draconian and more nuanced policies. She wrote pieces in the Atlantic like, Schools Aren't Superspreaders and Your Unvaccinated Kids Is Like A Vaccinated Grandma, when those words were considered heresy. And while she made quite a few enemies on the left over the last few years, recently she wrote Let's Declare A Pandemic Amnesty, and earned herself some enemies on the right as well. Today, my wife Nellie Bowles joins me to talk to Oster about why a Harvard-educated economist at Brown University decided to become a parenting guru, how she used her parenting framework to become a leading expert on pandemic policies, and the unwinnable position of… actually following the science. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
22. novembra je v Osterčevi dvorani Slovenske filharmonije potekal prvi koncert letošnje koncertne sezone cikla GM oder na katerem je nastopil Terz Quartet. Zasedbo sestavljajo sopranistki Lea Arnejčič in Veronika Hudournik ter altistki Karla Oršoš in Ana Potočnik, izvedla pa je pisan program del od Gallusa do slovenske popevke.
Hören Sie eine erste Reaktion von Bischof Dr. Stefan Oster SDB zum Tod von Papst em. Benedikt XVI. am 31.12.2022. (Bild: dbk)
Für Versicherungen interessiert man sich immer dann am meisten, wenn man sie gerade braucht. Keine leichte Aufgabe also, eine Versicherungs-App an den Start oder Versicherungsprodukte an den Kunden bzw. die Kundin zu bringen. Wie sich dieses Problem lösen lässt, warum es bislang noch keine All-in-one-Versicherung gibt und warum die Blockchain vielleicht weniger nützlich ist als gedacht, diskutieren Clark-Gründer Christopher Oster und Ergo-Chief-Digital-Officer Mark Klein miteinander in diesem Gemeinschaftspodcast von OMR und dem Berliner Wagniskapitalgeber Project A. Hier trifft der Neuling auf den Platzhirsch – mit überraschenden Erkenntnissen.
Chelek 15, Chanukah 2 - Rabbi Fishel Oster
Yoooo, in this episode, we have a convo with my friend Dom where we talk about the modeling biz, crazy shoots, and her time as a runway model for HBOs the Hype! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/raxkilz/support
Analyse Asia with Bernard Leong
"If you look at over 30 years, China equities have returned zero, basically gone up and gone back down to where it was 30 years ago. It was shocking. So the other thing that is hard to believe, I think we're entering a period of even greater uncertainty now than where we were six months to a year ago. Opening up is a huge gamble. the markets are rallying right now -- 'yay China is opening!' -- but at what cost?" - Shai Oster Fresh out of the studio, Shai Oster, Asia Bureau Chief from The Information, returned for the 5th time in a row for his annual review of China for the year 2022. Shai started the grading of his predictions last year and dive deeper into Sequoia China's current status, and potential tech IPOs of Chinese companies: Bytedance, Ant Financial and Didi. He examined how Apple and Tesla will navigate China in the midst of tensions between China and the United States. Last but not least, he gave his predictions on China tech for the year 2023. Podcast Information: The show is hosted and produced by Bernard Leong (@bernardleong, Linkedin) and Carol Yin (@CarolYujiaYin, LinkedIn). Sound credits for the intro and end music: "Energetic Sports Drive" and the episode is mixed & edited only in audio format by G.Thomas Craig (@gthomascraig, LinkedIn).
17. februarja sta v Osterčevi dvorani Slovenske filharmonije kot del cikla GM oder Glasbene mladine Slovenije nastopila klarinetistka Milena Keser in pianist Stefan Pajanović.Izvedla sta dela Poulenca, Rančigaja in Brahmsa.
Cookware Manufacturers Association's Podcast
In this episode of What's Cooking with the CBA, host Fran Groesbeck has a conversation with Kris Malkoski, CEO, of Home Solutions and Writing at Newell Brands. You may not be familiar with the name “Newell Brands,” but chances are you have many of their products in your home. Kris shares how Rubbermaid's new innovative product, DuraLite Bakeware came to market and the rigorous testing it went through as it was being developed. She also gives insight into Calphalon's new products and its recycling program with TerraCycle. Kris has been an international business leader for more than 30 years as CEO, COO, President and VP/GM in public and private branded CPG and Hardlines companies. She is seen as a strategic change leader and has successfully grown, transformed, or integrated brands and companies to drive meaningful revenue and profits. She is currently managing global iconic brands including Rubbermaid, Calphalon, Ball, Food Saver, Sharpie, Papermate, Expo, and Elmer's Glue. She has driven significant (+30%) revenue and operating income growth, despite COVID headwinds including inflation, labor, and supply challenges. As a member of the Newell Executive Team, Kris oversees $4.4 billion in revenues and over 17,000 employees. Newell Brands is a $10B company with over 29,000 employers, with brands sold around the globe. Newell's brands are found in 100M US households and include icons like Elmers, Expo, Papermate, Sharpie, Parker, Dymo, Ball, Calphalon, Rubbermaid, FoodSaver, Crockpot, Mr. Coffee, Oster, Sunbeam, Yankee Candle, Woodwick, Rubbermaid Commercial, Graco, Coleman, Contigo, and Marmot. Newell is heavily committed to investing back into the communities where its employees live and work. In 2021, through Newell's Charitable Giving Foundation, Newell set a goal to provide $88M in product donations and over $1M in local grant programs over the next 5 years to support employee efforts to give back. Globally Newell supports several programs including The Nature Conservancy, No Kid Hungry, and Feed the Children Connect: Newell Brands Website: https://www.newellbrands.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/newellbrands/ Instagram: https://cookwareandbakeware.org/members/newell-brands/instagram.com/newellbrands/ Calphalon Corp Website: https://www.calphalon.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Calphalon Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/calphalon/ Rubbermaid Website: https://www.rubbermaid.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RubbermaidFoodStorage Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rubbermaid/
Listen into the following Toastmasters Speech given on November 17, 2022 at Rochester Club 476: Michele Rase's Late Bloomer Charlie Oster's Run, Baby, Run Silvia Gambacorta-Hoffman's 16:8 Feedback on a speech or questions for the producer? Email me - firstname.lastname@example.org Find a club near you! - https://www.toastmasters.org/ Toastmasters International and all other Toastmasters International trademarks and copyrights are the sole property of Toastmasters International. This podcast is independent of Toastmasters International. It is not authorized by, endorsed by, sponsored by, affiliated with, or otherwise approved by Toastmasters International other than for the use of the name, Toastmasters International.
Anpfiff - zum Auftakt der Fussball WM in Katar sprechen wir mit Bischof Dr. Stefan Oster SDB, er ist zu Gast in seiner Funktion als Sportbischof der DBK. (Bild: Susanne Schmidt)
Welcome To The Real Estate Underground Show #42! Denise Oster is a magnetic force of spirited energy ruled by determination. Her tremendous ambition and drive created a new dimension to her inner truths and beliefs. Life's mishaps and uncertainties are opportunities to fulfill desires for herself and others. She values the magical vibration and unlimited potential we all have. The essence of her life is to seek, serve, learn and grow. Although she may never grow up, she shows up with integrity and commitment. Her bold, sassy yet charismatic approach to life, coupled with the exuberance of her personality, is how she lives her life and impacts others. She doesn't let shit happen; she makes shit happen. For over 15 years, Denise has helped hundreds of clients realize their Inner truth (IT factor) and discover what they are destined to do. Her message, teachings, experience, knowledge, and coaching have eliminated the safety-value approach to living and transformed into an inner candle flame that won't flicker even when the worst situations befall you. She is a catalyst for choice, commitment, and community. She is not about finding yourself; she is about creating yourself! Her inner mojo shifts your heart to look within and debunk limited beliefs. Denise's journey to excellence has been fueled by an unrelenting passion for empowering people to empower others. She holds a psychology degree and is a certified professional life coach, real estate agent, investor, international speaker, certified corporate trainer, TV channel and show host, and former educator. Her passion is to serve others, and her purpose originated from past obstacles that presented opportunities. She lit her flame at the end of her tunnel. She learned to overcome a childhood learning disability, lack of self-worth, fears, infertility, miscarriages, emotional abuse, divorce, single motherhood, and uncertainty. Her past experiences forced her to go within or go without. Resources: Website: www.deniseoster.com Additional Resources: Website: www.clarkst.com Phone: (860) 675-5800 Social Media Facebook: www.facebook.com/ClarkStCapital Instagram: www.instagram.com/clarkstcapital Twitter: https://twitter.com/clarkstcapital1 LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/clark-st-capital
Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron-exclusive episode here: www.patreon.com/posts/74364392 Beatrice, Abby, and Artie formally decline Emily Oster's request for a “pandemic amnesty.” But first, we check in on a few recent statements out of the CDC minimizing the impact of covid and leaning into “immunity debt.” Find Bea and Artie's new book Health Communism here: tinyurl.com/healthcommunism Runtime 1:16:54, 7 November 2022
This week, Emily Oster argued for a "pandemic amnesty" to help the nation move forward. Writing in The Atlantic, Oster says we had to make many "important choices" despite "tremendous uncertainty": Given the amount of uncertainty, almost every position was taken on every topic. And on every topic, someone was eventually proved right, and someone else was proved wrong. In some instances, the right people were right for the wrong reasons. In other instances, they had a prescient understanding of the available information. The people who got it right, for whatever reason, may want to gloat. Those who got it wrong, for whatever reason, may feel defensive and retrench into a position that doesn't accord with the facts. All of this gloating and defensiveness continues to gobble up a lot of social energy and to drive the culture wars, especially on the internet. These discussions are heated, unpleasant and, ultimately, unproductive. In the face of so much uncertainty, getting something right had a hefty element of luck. And, similarly, getting something wrong wasn't a moral failing. Treating pandemic choices as a scorecard on which some people racked up more points than others is preventing us from moving forward. We have to put these fights aside and declare a pandemic amnesty. Get exclusive content here!: https://thepetekalinershow.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Joel Oster became a comedian so that he could keep his CLE students awake. After realizing that he enjoyed making people laugh, Joel Oster began to study how to be funny, the art of writing jokes, and attending comedy open mic nights. All of this occurred while Joel Oster is practicing law. Listen to find out why your JD can make you stand out, even as a comedian. Listen to learn: What it means to identify as a lawyer Why every lawyer is a constitutional lawyer How to become a better comedian We also discuss: Why the law is a tool and how to use it to advocate The importance of litigating before the Supreme Court Best career choices if you have a JD and are really funny Joel Oster is licensed to practice law in Kansas, Florida, and Missouri. *You Are A Lawyer is hosted by Kyla Denanyoh. Follow the podcast:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/youarealawyer/Twitter: https://twitter.com/YouAreA_LawyerWebsite: https://www.youarealawyer.comSupport your favorite lawyer's favorite podcaster and grab some You Are A Lawyer merchandise at shopyouarealawyer.com.
Be sure to follow the podcast on Instagram @stronginthesaddle Check out my YouTube channel here Equipment I use for my reining horse: my favorite mane & tail brush by Oster 5 Star saddle pad Western Rawhide saddle Professional's Choice fleece cinch Classic Equine Legacy2 front support boots Classic Equine Dyno Turn bell boots Weaver split reins Professional's Choice Bob Avila correction bit Weaver spur straps --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/stronginthesaddle/message
Passaus Bischof Dr. Stefan Oster SDB wird am 16. Oktober nach Amerika reisen. Er ist dann für acht Tage in den USA unterwegs. Was hinter der Reise steckt, hat er uns im Interview erzählt.
"Räume der Freiheit in Christus eröffnen" - Predigt von Bischof Dr. Stefan Oster SDB beim Gottesdienst anlässlich der Pastoraltagung 2022.
Am 8. Oktober 2022 hat Passaus Bischof Dr. Stefan Oster SDB im Dom St. Stephan zwei neue Gemeindereferentinnen und einen neuen Gemeindereferenten, sowie eine neue Pastoralreferentin und einen neuen Pastoralreferenten ausgesandt. Hören Sie hier die Predigt des Bischofs.
Chelek 19, Sukkos 3 - Rabbi Fishel Oster - Shiur 2
Chelek 19, Sukkos 3 - Rabbi Fishel Oster
Welcome to the fourth episode of The SA Scene, hosted by Bevan Jones, going inside the South Australian tennis community each month. In this edition, Bevan catches up with long time coach in SA Peter Clark, 17 year old former player turned up and coming tennis umpire Taegan White and Brandon Oster, Tennis SA award winner for services to volunteering.
Die DiAGen im Bistum Passau haben am 30. September ihr 25-jähriges Jubiläum mit einem Festakt im Saal St. Valentin gefeiert. Vorab fand in der Pfarrkirche St. Paul in Passau ein feierlicher Gottesdienst statt. Bischof Stefan sprach über das Thema: Kirche als Arbeitgeber oder Kirche als mütterliche Heimat und Leib Christi? Hören Sie hier die ganze Predigt von Bischof Dr. Stefan Oster SDB.
True North Country Comics Podcasts
True North Country Comics Podcast talks to KC Oster about the middle-grade graphic novel 'Rabbit Chase' from Annick Press
"Oster dives into the data on parenting issues, cuts through the clutter, and gives families the bottom line to help them make better decisions." -- Good Morning America
Mit einem festlichen Pontifikalgottesdienst hat die Pfarrgemeinde Rotthalmünster mit Bischof Stefan Oster SDB und den Projektbeteiligten den Abschluss der umfassenden Kirchenrestaurierung der Klosterkirche Asbach gefeiert. Im Anschluss an die Heilige Messe war die Festgemeinde zum Pfarrfest eingeladen. In seiner Predigt ging der Bischof zentral auf die drei Punkte "Transzendenz, die Scheune und die Kirche" ein. Hier als Podcast zum Nachhören.
In this 97th episode of the Brian Hornback Experience I talk with Republican Gina Oster, candidate for Knox County Commission Third District, Early Voting runs through July 30, Election Day is Thursday August 4, 2022. All the Brian Hornback links you should need are here. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brian-hornback/support
Emily Oster does not offer parenting advice. She is rather insistent on this point. A Brown University economist who specializes in health data, Oster prefers…
In this episode, which originally aired in radio format on April 28th, 2022, I share my conversation with chronic pain recovery coach Lily Oster. Together we explore some of the concepts presented in the book The Way Out, by Alan Gordon, and Lily explains the phenomenon of neuroplastic pain (a.k.a. mind-body pain), how to determine if you have it (most chronic pain IS neuroplastic), and how to get the hell out of it. Hint: it's basically a spiritual thing.
In der Basilika St. Anna in Altötting haben zahlreiche Mitglieder des Verbands der Katholischen Gehörlosen Deutschlands (VKGD) sowie etliche Gehörlose aus den Bistümern Passau, Regensburg, München-Freising und Würzburg am 16. Juni mit Bischof Stefan Oster SDB Heilige Messe gefeiert. Eine Premiere! Zum ersten Mal fand der Gehörlosen-Wallfahrtsgottesdienst des VKGD in Altötting statt, der in Laut- und Gebärdensprache abgehalten wurde und durch Livestream für die Mitfeiernden visuell sichtbar war. Hier seine Predigt zum Thema "Hören, Schweigen und die Freude" als Podcast zum Nachhören.
Brown University economist Emily Oster has emerged as one of today's hottest parenting gurus, thanks to her ability to cut through the noise and offer sensible ways to interpret conflicting advice on raising small humans. Oster joins Jane and Liz for a deep dive into the flaws and limitations of the research out there on feeding kids, with the goal of helping parents avoid the whiplash of conflicting trends and headlines. This episode of Pressure Cooker is brought to you by Haven's Kitchen and its ready-to-use sauces that make dinner fast, easy and delicious. Learn more at havenskitchen.com
Es gibt nicht viele Unternehmen in Deutschland, die komplett mit eigenen Mitteln auf 500 Millionen Euro Umsatz und über 600 Mitarbeitende wachsen. Christina Oster-Daum hat dieses Wachstum in den vergangenen Jahren mit ihrem Unternehmen Cosnova hingelegt. Das steckt hinter den bekannten Kosmetik-Marken Essence und Catrice und ist in Deutschland Marktführer. Im OMR Podcast erzählt die Gründerin, warum sie lieber 1.000 neuen Produkte pro Jahr auf den Markt wirft, als über ein Prozent des Umsatzes für Marketing auszugeben.
Tara is a certified trainer and former groomer who specializes in cooperative care just for dog grooming. Her program the Fearless Grooming Program helps dog guardians to train their dog to cooperate for grooming. It doesn't matter if you groom your own dog or they go to a groomer, this program will teach you how to prepare your dog to have a more positive grooming experience. Check out her instagram account @zendog.fearlessgrooming to learn about the Fearless Grooming Program.She resides in the midwest of the United States with her partner, a cat and two dogs Stella the siberian husky and Luna the chinese crested powderpuff. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zendog.fearlessgrooming/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/zendog.fearlessgrooming YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3YMPvoGyOvwvAP8I_-8vMQ Website: https://www.mydoghatesgrooming.com/ Tip for brushing out mats: Sprinkle with cornstarch Tools she discussed (for example only - not a recommendation from Tara) Long Pin Brush Slicker Brush If you want to work with me, Susan Light, you can find me at: www.doggydojopodcast.com The music was written by Mac Light, you can find him at: www.maclightsongwriter.com If you like the show, please Subscribe, Rate, Review, and Share to help others find the show! I'll see you in two weeks with a brand new episode of the Doggy Dojo!
Constitutional attorney and “comedian of law” Joel Oster talks with Tom and Kevin about a number of recent high-profile cases; Tom and Kevin take a look at Senator Todd Young's response during a FOX News interview when Todd was asked about one of Tom's tweets; Tom walked in the Indianapolis Pride parade over the weekend; is there a backlash happening against progressive law and order; the LOCPOD crew discuss the news of a Google engineer being suspended for claiming the tech company's A.I. is sentient.
In Episode 8, we talk with Nevada North rider Zoey Oster. Zoey Oster, who is graduating high school this week, rode for Reno-Sparks Composite in Reno, Nevada. Zoey is also a part of Reno Devo, a non-profit junior cycling club that takes place in the spring and summer. Her uncle, Lane Swall, is the Team Director for the NICA team while her dad, Dan Oster, is a coach, and three of her cousins went through the Reno-Sparks team as well. In the fall, Zoey will be attending University of Nevada - Reno and plans to coach for Reno-Sparks Composite to help pass on her love for mountain biking to future student-athletes. Zoey will also be helping lead the Nevada North League's GRiT program. Zoey talks about how much NICA and mountain biking has enhanced her life. She has made some of her best friends, spent meaningful time with her family on event weekends and at practice, and learned how to challenge herself, both mentally and physically. Zoey also opens up about her struggles with anxiety and depression, something she learned more about from a crash that caused a concussion. Zoey has a wonderful support network, but she still sees a lot of value in being open about her struggles since she feels there are others in her position that might not know they aren't alone. Coming from someone who is just graduating high school, Zoey is wise beyond her years. GMM is funded by NICA National with support from Rapha Foundation, the Walton Family Foundation, and Continental Tires. Also, the folks at The Gravel Lot, another wonderful podcast, have spent countless hours helping us! Learn more about NICA, GRiT, and getting #morekidsonbikes and #moregirlsonbikes here: https://www.nationalmtb.org Jen Malik is the League Director for the Ohio League. Learn more about the Ohio League here: https://www.ohiomtb.orgNikki Peterson is the League Director for the Nevada North League. Learn more about the Nevada North League here: www.nevadamtb.org
Neonatal Resources, the Podcast
The second episode in our gestational age series, today we talk about early-term (near-term)/term infants in the NICU. These are babies born between 37 0/7-weeks and 40 6/7-weeks. We talk about:What on Earth brings these babies to the NICU?!Assessment findings and expectations for uncomplicated newbornsWhat findings should make you really suspiciousHow recent practice changes have impacted the care these babies receive (baby-friendly, antibiotic stewardship, etc.)What normal newborn care looks like, including discharge testingWe also break down APGAR scoring…though the one thing we didn't specifically say is that APGAR scores are determined at one minute of life, 5 minutes of life. Additional APGAR scores are given every 5 minutes for 20 minutes or until a score of 7 or better is achieved. As promised, a better look at the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative.BibliographyHealth Resources and Services Administration. (2022, March). Critical congenital heart disease. Retrieved from Health Resources and Services Administration: newborn screening: https://newbornscreening.hrsa.gov/conditions/critical-congenital-heart-diseaseKorang, S. K., Safi, S., Gluud, C., Lausten-Thomsen, U., & Jakobsen, J. C. (2019). Antibiotic regimens for neonatal sepsis - a protocol for a systematic review with meta-analysis. Systematic Reviews, 8, Article number: 306. doi:10.1186/s13643-019-1207-1Martin, M. G., Ewer, M. A., Gaviglio, M. L., Horn, R. E., Saarinen, M. A., Sontag, P. M., . . . Oster, M. M. (2020). Updated strategies for pulse oximetry screening for critical congenital heart disease. Pediatrics, e20191650. doi:10.1542/peds.2019-1650National Organization for Rare Diseases, Inc. (2007). Aplasia cutis congenita. Retrieved from NORD Rare Diseases Database: https://rarediseases.org/rare-diseases/aplasia-cutis-congenita/Neonatal early‐onset sepsis calculator recommended significantly less empiric antibiotic treatment than national guidelines. (2020, Dec). Acta Paediatrica, 2549-2551.Ramasethu, J., & Kawakita, T. (2017, October). Antibiotic stewardship in perinatal and neonatal care. Seminars in Fetal and Neonatal Medicine, 278-283. doi:10.1016/j.siny.2017.07.001 For definitions of terms used, visit Early-Term/Term Babies — Neonatal Resources, the Podcast (nicu-resources.com) and view our notes.
Hear/Now: A Season of Audio Theater
Keen Company is proud to present a live recording of That Old Perplexity by Deb Margolin, which originally premiered Off-Broadway in December 2021.While Manhattan is still reeling from the fall of 2001, Mary and Barbara find themselves in the midst of their own private crises. As their morning commute stalls, the beautiful discord of the recovering city is healed in a tiny way through the women's sudden intimate connection, the bizarre grace of a vagrant, and the organic ascendance of kindness. A comedy!……………………………………THAT OLD PERPLEXITY by Deb MargolinMARY: Marcia Jean KurtzBARBARA: Jordan BoatmanCONDUCTOR/PROPHETLIKE MAN: Lance Coadie WilliamsHEAR/NOW: LIVE!Director: Jonathan SilversteinFoley Design and Performance: Nick AbeelComposer and Pianist: Salomon LernerGeneral Manager: Reed RidgleyProduction Stage Manager: Alex MontoyaAssistant Stage Manager: Avery TrunkoLine Producer: Henry LombinoProduction Coordinator: Samantha RobbinsAudio Supervision: Jorge OlivoSound Engineer: Garrett SchultzAssistant Director: Mimi WarnickHouse Manager and COVID Safety Officer: Cam SilvaUshers: Tony Marzani and Carlos Osorio SordelliASL Interpretation: Inclusive Communication ServicesCOVID Testing Specialists: Holly Mindel, The 1 Stop MDProduction Photographer: Carol RoseggCasting Consultants: JZ Casting: Geoff Josselson and Katja ZarolinskiPress Representatives: David Gersten & Associates: David J. Gersten and Daniel DeMelloAccountants: Kudisch, Oster & Company, LLCKeen Company Artistic Director: Jonathan SilversteinThe Hear/Now Audio Consultant: Garrett SchultzThe Hear/Now Theme Composer: Billy RecceKeen Company is an award winning Off-Broadway theater championing identification and connection. Make a tax-deductible gift or join us on social media at www.keencomapany.org.
Psychologists Off The Clock: A Psychology Podcast About The Science And Practice Of Living Well
Dr. Emily Oster, author of The Family Firm, Expecting Better and Cribsheet, has dedicated her career to discovering the hard, data-backed truths about parenting strategies. In this episode of POTC, she delivers some of those parenting truths to you. Emily then delights Yael by going beyond the world of data-driven parenting to discuss how to ask good questions in complicated parts of life (and how to answer them!). Emily also shares tools for gathering good information from the media—even if you aren't someone with a science background. Join the conversation as Yael and Emily discuss The Family Firm and making wise choices within very complicated life roles. Listen and Learn: Yael and Jill discuss strategies to approaching thorny parenting decisionsDifferences between parenting in early versus middle years of childhoodThe benefits to thinking about family, co-parenting, and marriage as a firmHow Emily's family has applied this data to their personal lives (and her family's mission statement!)Practical advice for staying engaged as a parent while maintaining a demanding careerThe importance of framing good questions and evidence-based strategies for doing soThe Family Firm approach to making decisions: The Four F'sWhat the data says about social pressure and extracurricularsConsideration of how scientists should be interacting with systems outside of science Emily's personal experience with being outspoken about data with people who have strong feelings otherwiseHow those interested in evidence can interact with media in ways that are less biasedThe inside scoop on Emily's data-driven newsletter Resources: Pick up your copy of Emily's book, The Family Firm: A Data-Driven Guide to Better Decision Making in the Early School Years!Sign up for Emily's newsletter, Parent Data.Check out this article on AlloparentingLearn about the Sunk Cost Fallacy. Read Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother by Amy Chua Check out Debbie, Yael, and Jill's websites to access their offerings, sign up for their newsletters, buy their books, and more! About Emily Oster: Emily Oster, PhD, is a Professor of Economics at Brown University and the author of Expecting Better, Cribsheet, and The Family Firm. She holds a PhD in Economics from Harvard. Prior to being at Brown she was on the faculty at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Oster's academic work focuses on health economics and statistical methods. She is interested in understanding why consumers do not always make “rational” health choices — why do people not eat a fully healthy diet, or pursue all recommended preventative health behaviors? Her work also concerns methods for learning causal effects from observational data. Sign up for her newsletter and check out her website for all the most recent updates on data related to pregnancy and parenting! Related Episodes: Episode 33. Couples with Young Children: Relationship Challenges and Strategies with Yael SchonbrunEpisode 86. Mom Brain with Ilyse Dobrow DiMarcoEpisode 87. Cribsheet with Emily OsterEpisode 143. Happier Parenting KJ Dell'AntoniaEpisode 149. How Not Lose It with Your Kids with Carla NaumburgEpisode 200. Growing Grit with Angela DuckworthEpisode 214. How to Raise Kids Who Aren't Jerks with Melinda Wenner MoyerEpisode 223. Mom Brain Returns with Ilyse Dobrow DiMarcoEpisode 235. The Urge: The Shaping of Addiction & Mental Health with Carl Erik Fisher Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hear/Now: A Season of Audio Theater
Keen Company is proud to present a live recording of The Telegram by Mashuq Mushtaq Deen, which originally premiered Off-Broadway in December 2021.Augie is the consummate cowboy - she's hardened, principled, and quick on the draw. But when the Kid tags along, expecting stagecoach races, shootouts, and barrels of whiskey, he finds himself entirely unprepared for the absurd realities of the Wild West. Sort of your traditional radio Western, sort of not.……………………….THE TELEGRAM by Mashuq Mushtaq DeenTHE KID: Cesar J. RosadoAUGIE: Randy DansonANNOUNCER/NED: Moe AngelosHEAR/NOW: LIVE!Director: Jonathan SilversteinFoley Design and Performance: Nick AbeelComposer and Pianist: Salomon LernerGeneral Manager: Reed RidgleyProduction Stage Manager: Alex MontoyaAssistant Stage Manager: Avery TrunkoLine Producer: Henry LombinoProduction Coordinator: Samantha RobbinsAudio Supervision: Jorge OlivoSound Engineer: Garrett SchultzAssistant Director: Mimi WarnickHouse Manager and COVID Safety Officer: Cam SilvaUshers: Tony Marzani and Carlos Osorio SordelliASL Interpretation: Inclusive Communication ServicesCOVID Testing Specialists: Holly Mindel, The 1 Stop MDProduction Photographer: Carol RoseggCasting Consultants: JZ Casting: Geoff Josselson and Katja ZarolinskiPress Representatives: David Gersten & Associates: David J. Gersten and Daniel DeMelloAccountants: Kudisch, Oster & Company, LLCKeen Company Artistic Director: Jonathan SilversteinThe Hear/Now Audio Consultant: Garrett SchultzThe Hear/Now Theme Composer: Billy RecceKeen Company is an award winning Off-Broadway theater championing identification and connection. Make a tax-deductible gift or join us on social media at www.keencomapany.org.
Welcome to today's episode I'm your host Justin Hanover, Success coach with fitness revolution. Before we dive in and bring on today's guest I wanted to share a little about what you can expect to hear and who we have joining us today.Today I have the pleasure of speaking with Debbie OsterDebbie Oster is a marketing and brand consultant, and fractional CMO with 10+ years experience providing integrated marketing, communication, and brand strategies for B2B and B2C clients from established corporations to small start-ups. With a specialty in strategic planning and problem-solving, Debbie offers expertise in Marketing, Communications, and Lead Generation strategy. She has executed and managed programs that include product launch planning, digital marketing campaigns, content strategy, messaging and positioning, thought leadership, customer/partner programs, social media, events, as well as market/competitive analysis.In addition to her background in marketing, Debbie also has related experience in building effective teams, mentoring and training staff, identifying inefficiencies and implementing new operational processes.As you grow and scale your fitness business it becomes more important to identify roles and putting the right people in those roles. Which is why in my conversation with Debbie she broke down exactly what a fractional CMO is and how to leverage a position like this to keep advancing your business forward without losing sight of the future vision. Debbie answers all your questions while providing tactical advice, and even if you are not ready for a role like this she lays out how you as the owner should be looking at your marketing.To engage with Debbie visit her sites below:InstagramThanks for listening! Don't forget to leave a review!The Needs Assessment:The Free Assessment that Gym Owners Need to Escape the Grind.Want to build a thriving Gym? Don't know what to do next? Get the direction that you need for your business. Instantly receive a specialized snapshot where you are in the Fitness Business Owners Journey. In two minutes you'll know your next big step! Get Assessed.Join our email newsletter for access to over 15 years of fitness business expertise. Get help with every aspect of your business. Marketing, Sales, Finance, Business Strategy, and lots more! Join the Revolution.
Summary: If you owe money or are concerned about your credit score, then this episode will be of interest to you. Paul Oster has been helping people restore their credit for over a decade, and comes on the show to give great tips for keeping an eye on your credit score and managing bills that will greatly impact this. Medical bills are especially important to be attentive to; anything under $500 no longer incurs a penalty, but amounts above this will impact your credit significantly. Don't forget to check your credit reports frequently, and tune in for more great insight on improving your credit. Highlights: -Some have stopped reporting certain medical collections -You are still obligated to pay your medical bills -For anything under $500, there is no longer a penalty if you haven't paid it -Average medical debt on credit reports is $500 -If you owe more, then it is important to figure this out so that your credit doesn't suffer -Remember that we can look at our credit reports every seven days for free (CARES Act) -If you have medical bills that you are worried about paying, reach out to the creditors -Oster helps people look for ways to correct Useful Links Financial Survival Network Better Qualified
Welcome to the Stationery Cafe Happy Hour! April from @penguinscreative and Kelly from @kellyloveletters get together to talk about the latest in the stationery community. This week, April and Kelly talk about the Endless pens x Robert Oster exclusive ink sets in warm and cozy colors. They also discussed the ten new colors revealed by Zebra to add to the Mildliners lineup! Kelly shows off her new Oreo pouch and April talks about letting go of things that no longer bring joy!
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