Join host Dr. Michael Blankstein as he interviews Dr. Mark Vrahas about mid-shaft humerus fractures. The Game Changers series are podcasts with OTA leaders discussing clinical papers that have had a significant impact on their clinical practices. For additional educational resources visit https://ota.org/
Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from Electrek. Quick Charge is available now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. New episodes of Quick Charge are recorded Monday through Thursday and again on Saturday. Subscribe to our podcast in Apple Podcast or your favorite podcast player to guarantee new episodes are delivered as soon as they're available. Stories we discuss in this episode (with links): Tesla pushes update to improve new yoke steering wheel experience and more Tesla increases Model 3 and Model Y prices, cheapest car is now $42,000 Volkswagen boasts 144,000 ID.3 orders in Europe, and half of those buyers are new to VW GM announces ‘Ultra Cruise' to enable ‘true hands-free driving', taking OTA update approach GM announces reveal of ‘Silverado (and GMC Sierra) E' at CES w/ 4-wheel steering and glass roof GM wants to overtake Tesla as EV leader in the US with new $30,000 electric crossover, and more https://youtu.be/s_W8fE-PGWQ Subscribe to the Electrek Daily Channel on Youtube so you never miss a day of news Follow Mikey: Twitter @Mikey_Electric Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify TuneIn Share your thoughts! Drop us a line at email@example.com. You can also rate us in Apple Podcasts or recommend us in Overcast to help more people discover the show!
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Join host Dr. Michael Blankstein as he interviews Dr. Claude Sagi in a discussion about pelvic ring disruptions. The Game Changers Series are podcasts with OTA leaders discussing clinical papers that have had a significant impact on their clinical practices. For additional educational resources visit https://ota.org/
Michael is the head of business development for NoiseAware and has been a part of the short term rental community since 2015. He is a 2x Phocuswright 35 under 35 leader who is committed to bettering the short term rental industry. Michael's role is focused on collaboration with the OTA's, partnering with cities for sensible regulation, developing key industry partnerships and leading the charge into new segments of hospitality like flexible rentals. On a personal side, he is obsessed with travel, volleyball, and the dad of a 2 year old boy! This episode is sponsored by Hostfully & Operto! Running a great property management company means you need a great property management platform and the ability to give automated access to your guests so you don't waste your time doing things manually all the time! Upgrade your techstack and get this dynamic duo to power your business! This episode is also sponsored by Jetstream! Jetstream is a full-service hospitality solution with a powerful team behind it! To learn more about Jetstream, just click this link! In this episode, we explore: 04:27 - Things happening since Covid-19 09:46 - Why does this kind of host have to be kicked-off 12:41 - Flexible Rentals 15:26 - Does workforce housing stay until 2022? 17:54 - Labor shortage in the hotel industry 21:16 - Importance of the guest experience 26:31 - How NoiseAware is solving the noise issue 29:24 - What's new with NoiseAware? Connecting with the Guest: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelgoldin1/ Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/goldin1 Slick Talk Website & Socials: https://bit.ly/3uCsm6H #ShortTermRentals #HospitalityIndustry #Partnerships
Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from Electrek. Quick Charge is available now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. New episodes of Quick Charge are recorded Monday through Thursday and again on Saturday. Subscribe to our podcast in Apple Podcast or your favorite podcast player to guarantee new episodes are delivered as soon as they're available. Stories we discuss in this episode (with links): Tesla says Autopilot can now detect and slow down for emergency vehicles' lights at night Ford announces partnership with Tesla cofounder JB Straubel's Redwood on batteries Toyota is facing boycotts over its fight to slow electric vehicle progress Volta Trucks partners with Sibros to bring real-time OTA data to its Zero fleet Volvo showcases its electric construction equipment ahead of full rollout in 2022 London's largest taxi firm to go fully electric by 2023 with 4,000 EVs EGEB: New York City announces a massive clean energy plan https://youtu.be/yC4vlp0mMsc Subscribe to the Electrek Daily Channel on Youtube so you never miss a day of news Follow Mikey: Twitter @Mikey_Electric Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify TuneIn Share your thoughts! Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also rate us in Apple Podcasts or recommend us in Overcast to help more people discover the show!
Benoit Derat, Senior Director for Systems & Projects, Antenna-Based Solutions at Rohde & Schwarz, talks with Pat Hindle, Editorial Director at Microwave Journal, about the status of 5G antenna systems development and OTA testing as the 5G Antenna Systems Conference approaches Oct 13. Go to antennasonline.com to register.
Airbnb and other OTA's do such a good job of providing us a platform to list our property. We can put in every detail necessary! From the type of coffee maker we have to our favorite nearby restaurants to the type and size of mattresses we use in our rentals. But do people actually read this? Well… sometimes. But definitely not always. How do I know? We get asked the SAME questions all the time. Questions for which all already have an answer in my listing. So knowing that many guests do not read anything we need to be ready to answer the questions they will ask. We've compiled our top 15 questions guests will ask you BEFORE they book your rental. Stay tuned for this week's episode where we will break each one down and get you thinking about your answers, or better yet, your saved responses :) Want a crash course in just two days with everything you need to know to find, acquire and operate a short-term rental with passive operations? Good news! We have our latest live webinar recording available! Are you enjoying the podcast? Please subscribe, leave a rating and a review, and share it! This helps us reach others that may find the info helpful as well. You can find all of our links here including our website, recommended resources, upcoming live event, short-term rental playbook, Instagram and more
- China Wants to Consolidate EV Companies - VW Takes Majority Ownership in JAC - Mercedes and BMW Will Keep Prices High - Democrats Unveil New EV Incentive Package - GM Slashes Deliveries Due to Chip Shortage - Z51's Popularity Dents Corvette's EPA Numbers - Subaru Reveals New WRX - Volkswagen Rolls Out OTA Update for ID Vehicles - VW Opens Battery Cell Lab - Ford Axes EcoSport From U.S. Lineup - Wolverine Introduces Ram Truck Inspired Boots
- China Wants to Consolidate EV Companies- VW Takes Majority Ownership in JAC- Mercedes and BMW Will Keep Prices High- Democrats Unveil New EV Incentive Package- GM Slashes Deliveries Due to Chip Shortage- Z51's Popularity Dents Corvette's EPA Numbers- Subaru Reveals New WRX- Volkswagen Rolls Out OTA Update for ID Vehicles- VW Opens Battery Cell Lab- Ford Axes EcoSport From U.S. Lineup- Wolverine Introduces Ram Truck Inspired Boots
Show #1208. If you get any value from this podcast please consider supporting my work on Patreon. Plus all Patreon supporters get their own unique ad-free podcast feed. Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Saturday 11th September. It's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. Thank you to MYEV.com for helping make this show, they've built the first marketplace specifically for Electric Vehicles. It's a totally free marketplace that simplifies the buying and selling process, and help you learn about EVs along the way too. HOW LONG DOES THE VOLKSWAGEN ID.4 TAKE TO CHARGE FROM 0% TO 100%? - Although we've already done some DC fast charging tests, we had the opportunity to repeat the test on an ID.4 First Edition, so we drained the battery down to zero and charged it up to 100% on an Electrify America 150 kW DC fast charger. - The ID.4 has an 82 kWh battery, of which 77 kWh is usable. Its peak charging rate is supposed to be 125 kW, but we were able to touch 131 kW. In fact, the ID.4 charged at 123 kW or more all the way up to the 30% state of charge point, and it took only 12 minutes to do so. - 50% state of charge in 20 minutes, and after 40 minutes, the vehicle is at 80% state of charge and has taken in 67 kWh. - While the vehicle was charging from 0% to 80%, the average power it took in was 110 kW, which is nearly 90% (88%, actually) of its stated peak charging rate. - As good a charging EV as the ID.4 is, it may get even better very soon. That's because we have heard that Volkswagen may soon increase the ID.4's maximum charge rate from 125 kW to 175 kW through an OTA software update. Original Source : https://insideevs.com/news/531867/volkswagen-id4-fast-charging-test TESLA MODEL S PLAID SETS NÜRBURGRING "RECORD" - The Tesla Model S Plaid, yoke and all, appears to have set a new electric production lap record of the Nürburgring with a 7 minute 30.9 seconds tour. The lap, the onboard of which was rather abruptly uploaded to the company's YouTube channel today (10th September) has not been verified by Nürburgring officials would be over 11 seconds faster than the Porsche Taycan Turbo S's previous benchmark. - Telsa appearing to max out at 286km/h (177mph) down the legendary Döttinger Höhe straight. The car appears to be virtually standard, at least to the naked eye, with the only obvious changes being a visible rollcage, accurate racing speedo and small red killswitch on the centre console. Original Source : https://www.goodwood.com/grr/road/news/2021/9/video-tesla-model-s-plaid-sets-nurburgring-record/ TESLA SHARES MODEL S PLAID “TRACK PACK” DETAILS, RELEASE DATE, AND ROLLOUT STRATEGY - Elon Musk has shared some insights on the Model S Plaid's “Track Pack.” He also shared some modifications Tesla plans to implement for the flagship sedan in its next Nurburgring record attempt and a potential rollout strategy for owners who wish to modify their vehicles for maximum track performance. Next will be modified Plaid with added aero surfaces, carbon brakes & track tires (all things that can be done without Tesla being in the loop) Original Source : https://www.teslarati.com/tesla-model-s-plaid-track-pack-details-release-date-elon-musk/ 2022 RIVIAN R1T GEAR TUNNEL HANDS-ON REVIEW - When the 2022 Rivian R1T electric pickup truck made its debut, it impressed us with its design, range, and capability. Besides looking quite different from any pickup truck on the market today, the Rivian R1T has a ton of storage space provided by its 4.5-foot bed, its frunk, its in-bed trunk, and its gear tunnel. - The answer as to what fits in the tunnel is: a bunch of whatever you like. The Rivian R1T's gear-tunnel volume is 11.6 cubic feet, or 0.6 cubic foot more than the R1T's frunk. On our (TAT) adventure, we fit a couple of carry-on sized suitcases, a couple of duffle bags, a backpack, and a briefcase in the tunnel all at the same time. The gear tunnel is deep, and if you're good with Tetris you can fit even more stuff than you think, especially if you have items you can fold, bend, or squeeze. The storage space was designed to fit golf bags, skis, snowboards, or collapsed strollers, but feel free to stash your umbrellas, fishing poles, or other similarly sized and shaped items. It also has a 12-volt outlet and a 110-volt outlet, one at each end, for powering various accessories. Original Source : https://www.motortrend.com/features/2022-rivian-r1t-gear-tunnel-review/ 2022 POLESTAR 2 OFFICIALLY GETS 7% MORE EPA RANGE VS 2021 MY - The recently announced 2022 Polestar 2 is coming to the U.S. later this year - the Dual Motor version in October, and the all-new Single Motor version at the end of 2021. - the latest EPA range and efficiency ratings for the 2022 Polestar 2 Dual Motor, which on paper should have about 16 miles (26 km) or 7% more range - 249 miles (401 km), compared to the outgoing 2021 model year version. - The 249 miles (401 km) value is the EPA Combined range value. It should be slightly lower on the highway, which we will probably test at some point in the future. Original Source : https://www.msn.com/en-sg/news/other/2022-polestar-2-officially-gets-7-more-epa-range-vs-2021-my/ar-AAOkAib 2022 VOLVO XC40 RECHARGE CAN DRIVE FURTHER PER CHARGE - Volvo has now confirmed that the 2022 XC40 Recharge will see changes that gain driving range compared to the 2021 model. Specifically, Volvo says its EPA Combined driving range for the 2022 model is 7.2 percent better than before. - While that might not sound like much, that's an additional 15 miles of driving per charge bringing the range to 223 miles. - For 2021, the XC40 Recharge started at a base price of $53,990. For 2022, the XC40 Recharge base price is $55,300. Original Source : https://www.slashgear.com/2022-volvo-xc40-recharge-can-drive-further-per-charge-12690539/ NIO LAUNCHES EUROPEAN DEBUT OF THE ET7 - Nio has presented its ET7 electric sedan, unveiled in China earlier this year, in Germany – and Europe – for the first time. Nio also confirms that the ET7 will be the first model to be launched in Germany in 2022. - Nio had announced the market entry in Norway as the first European country. Starting this month, the first examples of the ES8 E-SUV will be delivered there. - Nio now confirmed that the first vehicles in Germany will be delivered in the fourth quarter of 2022 – but unlike in Norway, it will not be the ES8, but the ET7 electric sedan. - The ET7 is a 5.10-metre-long premium sedan with up to 480 kW of power and – measured in the outdated NEDC – up to 1,000 kilometres of range when the largest battery with 150 kWh is installed. Original Source : https://www.electrive.com/2021/09/10/nio-launches-european-debut-of-the-et7/ NIO'S NEW ET7 SEDAN COULD INCLUDE LOW-COST LITHIUM IRON PHOSPHATE BATTERY - Nio, Inc. (NYSE: NIO) unveiled its all-new ET7 sedan at its Nio Day event in early January, and deliveries of the EV maker's first-ever sedan will likely begin in the first quarter of 2022. - Nio could release a version of the ET7 with low-cost lithium iron phosphate, or LFP, batteries, as opposed to the ternary lithium-ion batteries it now uses, the CnEVPost reported, citing information released by China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.The ET7 was included in MIIT's list of the latest models that will be part of its product announcement, the report said. This suggests the sedan will likely hew to Nio's scheduled delivery timeframe.The ET7's description in the list reportedly suggests batteries for the model will be supplied by Nio's longtime supplier CATL. - LFP batteries are relatively cheaper than ternary lithium-ion batteries. The adoption of LFP batteries could make the ET7 affordable to potential customers. Original Source : https://finance.yahoo.com/news/nios-et7-sedan-could-low-181619089.html XPENG TO OFFICIALLY LAUNCH THE P5 SEDAN - Chinese electric vehicle startup Xpeng will officially launch its third battery-powered model on Sept 15 named the P5. The P5 is the world's first production vehicle equipped with lidar technology from the factory to support autonomous driving. - The new P5 is being marketed as a more "family friendly" sedan under its more expensive P7. Pre-sales of P5 began mid-July. Xpeng said the pre-sale this summer has already received enthusiastic responses from customers in China. - The company first unveiled the P5 in April at the annual Auto Shanghai car show. Deliveries to customers will start in October. - The P5's double-prism lidar sensors are capable of identifying pedestrians, cyclists or scooters, static obstacles, and construction zones, even at night or in low-light conditions, such as when traveling in a tunnel. Original Source : https://www.futurecar.com/4860/Tesla-Challenger-XPeng-to-Officially-Launch-the-P5-Sedan-its-3rd-Electric-Model-on-Sept-15 ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATIONS Original Source : https://www.petrolplaza.com/news/28107 WORLD OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES CAN HAVE STRONG AFGHANISTAN CONNECTION · Original Source : https://auto.hindustantimes.com/auto/news/the-world-of-electric-vehicles-can-have-a-strong-afghanistan-connection-41631018662687.html QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM IAA mobility show is this week. The most headline grabbing cars from the big names will get the headlines, but do YOU think needs electrifying to fill a gap in the market? Email me your thoughts and I'll read them out on Sunday – email@example.com It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. And if you have an Amazon Echo, download our Alexa Skill, search for EV News Daily and add it as a flash briefing. 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Manga Mavericks Goes to Washington! We headed down to our nation's capital to congregate with our fellow weebs at the one-and-only otaku convention, Otakon! Was making Otakon our first convention to attend since the pandemic began a wise decision? Was attending a convention while we're still in a global pandemic a good idea to begin with? Probably not, but we went as press, and we're obligated to talk about in another one of our signature overly long and needlessly meticulous convention podcasts that comes out a month after the convention is over baybee!!! Con you believe it? Well, you Ota!! For a complete list of links and Shout-Outs included in this episode, check out this podcast's webpage at: http://all-comic.com/2021/manga-mavericks-ep-172-otakon-2021/ PODCAST BREAKDOWN: 00:00 - In Memoriam: Masami Suda and Fredd Ladd 03:00 - Intro News: 04:11 - Otakon 2021 Attendance 05:11 - Anime Expo plans 2022 Event 05:38 - Anime NYC News 06:58 - Community Shout-Outs: Otakon 2021 Con Report!: 14:20 - Introducing Otakon 16:07 - First Impressions and Previous Experiences with Otakon 17:59 - Day 0 in Maryland 19:07 - Overall Thoughts on Otakon 2021 27:08 - COVID-19 Precautions & Procedures 37:10 - Otakon Staff 39:00 - Thoughts on The Suicide Squad 43:27 - Travel & Con Fatigue Day 1: 44:55 - Food Offerings at Otakon 52:41 - The Best Openings for Shows You Probably Didn't See 57:10 - The Art of the Eyecatch 1:02:38 - DENPA Manga Industry Panel 1:08:55 - Sakura Wars Retrospective Panel 1:10:24 - Dealers Room 1:28:45 - The Art of Voice Over with Laura Post 1:34:50 - Japanese Conversations with Abby Trott 1:42:43 - Interview Cancellations 1:44:06 - Day 1 Wrap-Up & Leto's Pizza Day 2: 1:47:06 - DC Metro Transit 1:48:17 - Artist Alley 1:55:50 - Dealers Room Part 2 2:00:41 - Manga Masters: Kentaro Miura 2:02:44 - AnimEigo Panel 2:09:01 - Project A-ko Remastered Screening 2:15:47 - Skin-Deep: Diversity in Japanese Culture 2:21:01 - Discotek Industry Panel 2:36:06 - Dinner at Nando's & Day 2 Wrap-Up Day 3: 2:40:45 - Otakon Exhibits 2:42:34 - Otakon Cosplay 2:48:35 - Intro to Josei 2:52:07 - Industry Roundup Panel 2:55:10 - Dealers Room Part 3 2:58:45 - The Wonderful World of Yaz 3:01:30 - Companies That Knew Nothing of Anime Fan Wants 3:07:43 - Orange's “Home” Screening & Making-Of Panel 3:12:04 - Post-Con Dinner at Bon-chan's 3:12:46 - Final Thoughts on Otakon 2021 3:17:57 - Wrap-Up Enjoy the show, and follow us on twitter at @manga_mavericks, on tumblr at mangamavericks.tumblr.com, and on Youtube! You can follow the hosts on twitter at @LumRanmaYasha and @VLordGTZ and special guest Sakaki at @kiirobon! If you'd like to help support the show financially you can pledge to our Patreon and receive some awesome rewards like our Patreon-exclusive Bonus pods! If one-time donations are more your speed you can donate to Colton's Ko-fi here and LumRanmaYasha's Ko-fi here, and if you want to support LumRanmaYasha's art and other projects you can donate to their personal Patreon. Don't forget to also like and subscribe to us on Youtube and iTunes and leave us reviews to help us curate the show and create better content!
0:00- Audacy NFL/ CFB Insider Mark Herzlich joins G&D to discuss all things football as College gets the party started last night as Ohio State took on Minnesota. 21:10- Curtis Samuel has been hurt practically for most of the offseason since OTA's, are you concerned? Give us a 1-10 level of being concerned or not. 34:15- It is TIME to go Win off the field, tell us how you are winning off the field. As always, we send a big thanks to Bruce Allen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The rookie on the beat, Nicole Menner joins the show to talk about her impressions of the Packers as someone who has watched closely from the sidelines OTA's and training camp. She talks about Aaron Rodgers, Jordan Love and much more. Plus, we open the show talking about surprise moves to cut Kamal Martin and trade Ka'Dar Hollman despite being recent draft picks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
As investors we have the natural tendency to increase revenues and increase our bottom line. One of the ways we can do that in the short-term rental world is by increasing our exposure. In other words, increasing the amount of people that can see, view, and potentially book our properties. This is exactly where online travel agencies (OTA's) come in to play. They spend 100's of millions of dollars every year on marketing so they can successfully link the properties (us) and the potential guests together. There are lots of options for OTA's but which ones are best? Doesn't it make sense to just be on as many as possible to increase our exposure? Not necessarily. I've played around with this for years and have tried lots and lots of different listings sites with mixed feelings. This week I want to break down one of the largest ones that you MAY NOT be using; Booking.com. We'll discuss: How to decide if you should increase your exposure Booking.com statistics Getting started and the setup The pros and cons with Booking.com Should you use them or not? You can also find the whole, hour long video webinar by visiting https://restmethods.com/recommended-resources/ and finding “Keystone CPA. Want a crash course in just two days with everything you need to know to find, acquire and operate a short-term rental with passive operations? Good news! We have our latest live webinar recording available! Are you enjoying the podcast? Please subscribe, leave a rating and a review, and share it! This helps us reach others that may find the info helpful as well. You can find all of our links here including our website, recommended resources, upcoming live event, short-term rental playbook, Instagram and more!
Jeff says Haskins really has come a long ways since the OTA's because back then, it was obvious why he was available, but he looks so much better now to Jeff. Jeff says he would put Haskins out there with the 1's when Ben comes out of Saturday's preseason game and he thinks the Steelers could actually do that after giving Haskins his first real chance to practice with that group on Sunday. We get into the Joe Schobert trade and Jeff tells us about Schobert wearing the green dot to call out plays on the defense and how involved he already was in his practice. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today the team talks about what the podcast will look like going forward and all the changes listeners should be excited about. The Episode: The Final Episode We have learned so much over the last year, doing this show twice a week, and today we are announcing how we are shifting things moving forward. We also believe there is a lot of value here for students, in our decision to evolve and change things up, as businesses are always in motion and one of the biggest strengths you can have as a business owner is the ability to adapt and grow with these changes. Doing this show, in the format you have come to know, has been a great experiment that has taught us so much, and as we have said before, actually doing this is often the best teacher. As we streamline the podcast, with shorter episodes, less fluff, and a bit more of a direct approach, we hope you will join us for the next leg of this journey, and continue to learn and evolve too! In This Episode A big announcement about the podcast going forward [0:02:03] What to expect on future episodes [0:05:23] The two fundamental lessons we teach in the academy [0:07:41] Embracing evolution and change [0:11:06] How the podcast has served the business in general [0:15:54] Learning through doing; lessons from the last year [0:18:00] Putting oneself out there and overcoming personal hurdles [0:22:40] “Our mantra moving forward is 'Do less, better''.” — Jonathan Goodman Formatting Changes for the Podcast The next time you tune into the Online Trainer Show, you can expect to only hear from Jonathan and Amber, and while this may seem a bit different, we think you should be excited about this change. There will still be two episodes a week, however, they will be shorter and more to the point than they have been in the past. We intend to keep some of the lighthearted energy but want to really focus on getting into the most valuable parts as quickly as possible for all our listeners. We had to decide which way we wanted to lean with the podcast, and the decision has been made to double down on the educational aspects of what we do. How Would This Look If It Were Easy? A mantra we will be repeating going forward is to do less, better. We have always believed in making strong leadership decisions and this is one of those. A simple format, with less, more direct information is the route we are pursuing. A lesson here that can be applied to any training business is the attitude to embrace changes and evolution, stripping away unnecessary complexity can be a huge step forward. Just because certain things are a certain way does not mean they have to stay that way! The Original Idea for the Podcast One of the main tenets of this show was as a way to promote the academy, and in truth, the show was not doing this as well as it could. We have had so much fun doing this podcast in its current format, with so many jokes, laughter, and learning, and now we want to drill down on growing the OTA and making money for the business in order to keep delivering great value to our clients. We have been so happy to experiment and lean into the human side of what we do, all these lessons will be of great help moving forward. Stay tuned! Already at $1,000/month online and want to scale? Apply for OTA 2 here: www.thePTDC.com/OTA2 SPONSORS Get started TODAY with the world leading certification and business development program for personal trainers, nutrition coaches, and gym owners – The Online Trainer Academy:http://onlinetrainer.com/ota Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/feed/id1468193055 Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/jon-goodman/its-possible-conversations-with-successful-online-trainers Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/20veRnzFOvUn6fTy9ud8jm?si=zMWTLmtISMm1XrU-4Q8oxA YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/JonGoodmanPTDC
#022: Arran Stephens is the chair and co-founder of Nature's Path, one of the few big brands who were present at the onset of the modern organic movement and remain true to the spirit and letter of the organic law. Having served on many industry boards, including the Organic Trade Association and the Non-GMO Project, Arran's long-held view is that we need to stay wary of profit-motivated players and foster the growth of more activism-centered businesses. Arran Stephens has been involved in the organic movement since the late 1960s and founded Nature's Path with his wife Ratana in 1985. They are now North America's biggest certified organic breakfast foods company. He served on the board of Organic Merchants in the early 70s, was on the board of the OTA during the creation of the USDA's National Organic Program, was a founding board member of the Non-GMO Project (which he later parted ways with), and has also served on the board of the Rodale Institute. He is outspoken about his role as an activist and the importance of that behavior to his family's business and the organic movement. To watch a video version of this podcast please visit:https://www.realorganicproject.org/arran-stephens-fighting-lobbysits-who-dilute-organic-episode-twenty-twoThe Real Organic Podcast is hosted by Dave Chapman and Linley Dixon, engineered by Brandon StCyr, and edited and produced by Jenny Prince.The Real Organic Project is a farmer-led movement working towards certifying 1,000 farms across the United States this year. Our add-on food label distinguishes soil-grown fruits and vegetables from hydroponically-raised produce. It also identifies pasture-raised meat, milk, and eggs as compared to products harvested from animals in horrific confinement (CAFOs - confined animal feeding operations).To find a Real Organic farm near you, please visit:https://www.realorganicproject.org/farmsWe believe that the organic standards, with their focus on soil health, biodiversity, and animal welfare were written as they should be. But the current lack of enforcement of those standards is jeopardizing small farms that follow the law. The lack of enforcement is also jeopardizing the overall health of the customers who support the organic movement; customers who are not getting what they pay for at market but are still paying a premium price. The lack of enforcement is jeopardizing the very cycles (water, air, nutrients) that Earth relies upon to provide us all with a place to live, by pushing extractive, chemical agriculture to the forefront.If you like what you hear and are feeling inspired, we would love for you to join our movement by becoming one of our 1,000 Real Fans!https://www.realorganicproject.org/1000-real-fans/To read our weekly newsletter (which might just be the most forwarded newsletter on the internet!) and get firsthand news about what's happening with organic food, farming and policy, please subscribe here:https://www.realorganicproject.org/email/
Today the panel discusses clients who have become distant, what could cause this problem, and the best ways of dealing with it. The Episode: My Client Isn't Checking In, Can I Still Charge? The nature of an online training program is that opportunities for connecting in-person with clients are scarce. This can lead to situations where clients do not show up for predefined online check-in sessions. There are a few problems associated with this type of situation, the first being that as coaches we can start to feel like we are failing and that our clients have disengaged because our services are not up to scratch. Another big issue here is that we have possibly not set up a program for checking in that suits the client. Today on the show we dive into these and other issues and share our thoughts on the best way of managing them. In This Episode Feeling guilty for billing clients who are not present [0:12:18] The main problems at play in situations where clients are not engaging [0:14:15] Negative stories we tell ourselves and how to overcome them [0:15:11] Being compassionate to the personal reasons for why clients might not show up [0:17:57] Setting up systems for keeping in touch with clients [0:20:41] Designing your course to allow for life at its most complex [0:23:28] Whether an absent client means client who is not engaging in your course [0:26:33] Asking clients about their preferred schedule [0:30:37] “There's a thousand reasons for why people ghost their coaches. Some are related to the coach. A lot of the time it has nothing to do with anything the coach did in particular, so stop making assumptions.” — Carolina Belmares Avoiding Slipping into Negative Thought Patterns If a client becomes distant, it is easy to blame ourselves. Taking things personally in this way can lead to a lot of issues, and we can even start to feel guilty about billing clients because from the outside it feels like they are not getting any value from the program. The first thing to remember here is that just because communication between a coach and client has broken down, this does not mean the client has stopped engaging in the program itself. The second point is that there could be a thousand reasons why a client is not engaging in a program. People's lives are complicated. As coaches it is our job to be compassionate and set up our programs to accommodate for life's unexpected crises. If you are in the loop with what is going on in your client's life, then you are better equipped to decide to charge or not for a particular month. Setting Up Systems for Keeping In Touch The second major problem that could be responsible for a gap in communication between coaches and clients has to do with systems. You could have a fantastic course that the client is getting a lot of benefit from, but your systems for communication could be poor, and this could be the reason you have not heard from them. It is useful to keep in mind that the types of people who engage the services of online trainers often have personality types that struggle with regular communication. One way of handling the different personality types of your clients is to have a candid conversation about how they like to communicate from the outset and design your systems around this. As you progress with your client you should measure how your systems are working, and tweak them as you go, because there is often a gap between what clients say they want and what they actually need. Keeping Focused On Your Main Responsibilities At the end of the day, the job of the online trainer is to offer clients their skills and knowledge in a digestible program, not to be their best friend who they chat to all the time. Ultimately, the responsibility of putting in the work and keeping up with the program is the job of the client and not the coach. Keeping this in mind can help you rest easy if you have not heard from a client in a while. Provided that the program you offer is of a high quality, the client has the choice to either engage with it or not, and the choice they make should not be used as a measuring stick of the quality of your services. Already at $1,000/month online and want to scale? Apply for OTA 2 here: www.thePTDC.com/OTA2 SPONSORS Get started TODAY with the world leading certification and business development program for personal trainers, nutrition coaches, and gym owners – The Online Trainer Academy:http://onlinetrainer.com/ota Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/feed/id1468193055 Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/jon-goodman/its-possible-conversations-with-successful-online-trainers Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/20veRnzFOvUn6fTy9ud8jm?si=zMWTLmtISMm1XrU-4Q8oxA YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/JonGoodmanPTDC
On August 6 we celebrate the Transfiguration of our Lord and Savior. There are so many lessons that are taught in this Feast:Christ was Transfigured as He prayedHe is the fulfillment of the OTA transfiguration happens EVERY time we celebrate The Divine LiturgyDid you know that we ascend a mountain every time we go to Church? Can be transformers for God? What are the answers to these questions, listen to find out!
Join Scott today as he answers questions, talks about fixing for CircuitPython 7.0.0 and dives deep into system on a chip datasheet diagrams. Scott is sponsored by Adafruit to work on CircuitPython. Support them by purchasing hardware from https://adafruit.com Chat with Scott and lot of others on the Adafruit Discord at https://adafru.it/discord. Deep Dive happens every week. Next week is on Friday. 0:00:00 Hellos 0:02:50 Morpheus240 esp32-s2 board. at this point its more of a copy something else process 0:05:45 housekeeping hello everyone 0:09:09 Does circuitpython run on esp8266 or 32? ( also transition into BLE workflow ) 0:13:10 BLE work team members 0:14:14 Which BLE devices do you expect to support? 0:15:38 What about on OTA (over the air update) devices? 0:17:02 Can the boards you are programming today access the internet? 0:17:36 reddit / AMA - https://www.reddit.com/r/Python/comments/oyrqp0/welcome_to_a_joint_ama_with_some_of_the/ 0:19:00 Would micropython run into GIL like issues? (GIL: Global Interpreter Lock) 0:21:24 go over the MP_STATE_VM stuff and when to use it instead of global variable declaration... the context being your review comment on the atexit PR #5077 - https://github.com/adafruit/circuitpython/pull/5077/files 0:24:20 “what is memory allocation” BSS: (start at zero )/ data: / heap: malloc / realloc , stack: 0:29:15 Fish / OhMyZsh / OhMyFish? 0:30:20 Circuit Python can not defrag 0:31:30 import / long lived packing more densely / generational garbage collection - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garbage_collection_(computer_science) 0:32:40 reference counting / determining when memory is not used 0:33:35 MP/CP mark and sweep / garbage collection 0:35:40 Does Python have garbage collection? 0:36:50 also look in MP_STATE 0:38:00 ( future desire - look at rust to get memory protection ) - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rust_(programming_language) 0:39:30 “Python - learn things as you need them” 0:40:15 Globals don't get “marked” 0:42:25 gc_collect_start 0:45:07 bug from last week PyOCD ( UF2 bootloader broken if greater than 512K) 0:47:00 NRF boot loader issue issue Adafruit_nRF52_Bootloader 213 ( use 0.6.1 ) 0:50:06 binutils update to get bug fixes too ( linker output bogus debug data) 0:52:35 Have you used Wokwi? It's a web based simulator with a really nice gui showing circuits. It's at https://wokwi.com/ 0:54:00 Difference between simulators and ‘real' hardware devices 0:55:45 Simulators may provide opportunities for automated regression testing 0:57:30 Monico editor ? 0:58:00 Rosie test tool in previous editor + cat on shredder distraction 1:00:30 Can you put a fitbit on your cat and be notified when he has a seizure..? 1:01:55 using scale under the litterbox to weigh the cats 1:05:30 corrupts auto-reload, and other things on Circuit Playground Express 3890 SAMD21 tucks per event Pull #5100 - https://github.com/adafruit/circuitpython/issues/3890 1:12:00 review SAM D21 block diagram - http://ww1.microchip.com/downloads/en/DeviceDoc/SAM_D21_DA1_Family_DataSheet_DS40001882F.pdf 1:16:23 Advanced Microcontroller Bus Architecture - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Microcontroller_Bus_Architecture 1:17:20 “need to understand the whole system, not just the CPU” 1:19:50 peripherals 1:20:40 Can RAM in micro controllers be accessed similar to PEEK and POKE in C64 Basic? 1:21:15 memory mapped peripherals DMA - Direct Memory Access 1:23:58 Events / Interrupts / NVIC Nested Vector Interrupt Controller 1:28:05 Can time trigger an interrupt? 1:28:50 Convert events into interrupts 1:29:35 How long does the interrupt take to fire and load into state/what's the resolution of it? 1:31:50 Generators vs Users creating and consuming events or interrupts. 1:33:00 Event Detected - convert an event into an interrupt ( PR #5100 ) 1:34:16 PR 5100 code files 1:38:20 decoding interrupt event 1:40:05 NTP to set a RTC and then compared the RTC to NTP 24 hours later and found out the RTC was gaining 7 secs/day 1:41:00 The volatile keyword 1:42:53 RP2040 block diagram - https://datasheets.raspberrypi.org/rp2040/rp2040-datasheet.pdf 1:49:40 SAM D51 block diagram - https://www.microchip.com/content/dam/mchp/documents/MCU32/ProductDocuments/DataSheets/SAM_D5x_E5x_Family_Data_Sheet_DS60001507G.pdf 1:54:25 Can you use DMA between Neopixels and i2c on any CP targets ? 1:55:35 NeoPixels can have their data ‘exploded' to improve timing 1:56:45 Are these Micro Controllers optimized for bus length between CPU and RAM? Or are there other items that have a higher priority for bus speed? 1:57:33 SAM D Memory mapping overview 1:58:48 Cypress (now Infineon) PSoC chips 1:59:24 NXP Simplified Block Diagram - https://www.nxp.com/docs/en/data-sheet/IMXRT1010CEC.pdf 2:00:50 Cortex-M7 Platform diagram ( from reference manual ) 2:03:30 STM32H7B0xB block diagram - https://www.st.com/resource/en/datasheet/stm32h7b0ib.pdf 2:10:45 wrap up 2:12:45 Have a great weekend - c u next friday
The topic for today's episode is how to create achievable and inspiring workout programs for your clients. The Episode: How We Program For Clients Creating the right program for your clients is one of the determining factors of the success and results they will experience. If you can set out a plan that keeps them engaged, is easy enough to follow, and helps them stay on track, they are that much more likely to achieve their fitness goals. In this episode, you will hear about the importance of simplicity, templates, variety, and some of the common hurdles to overcome. In This Episode Deciding on where to start with clients and their programs [0:16:28] Examples of programming and the templates that can be utilized [0:21:20] Common challenges that clients start out with [0:24:32] Considering the utility of variety and simplicity [0:26:50] Working with what clients already have access to [0:36:01] “It has to be simple, when it comes to training. Because otherwise it can feel overwhelming.” — Carolina Belmares The Foundations of an Achievable Program Your clients may have a variety of aims or all very similar ones, this depends on the market you serve. Generally speaking though, most people who employ a trainer want to get into better physical shape, whether they express this as fitting into clothes, looking better naked, or feeling stronger. You want to help your people to access this sense of achievement, and this can be aided by using a similar template with small specifications for individuals according to their needs and abilities. You also need to think about a set of minimum commitments in terms of days and sessions, that you can hold them to. The Mindset Component Oftentimes, successful programming is about instilling discipline. Most people go to a fitness coach to help them stick to their plans and get it together in a way that is more difficult independently. So as a coach, one of your most important roles is to help organize time and mindset in relation to workouts. There are connected issues such as diet and lifestyle choices, and only when these things are in place can a workout schedule and program really be effective. Balancing Simplicity and Variety You want to use enough variety to keep them engaged and alert, but do not want to overcomplicate things. They actual workouts you use can border on being boring! Think about what your client really needs to help them stay on track, remain committed, and show up as planned. It is much more about this component than creating exquisite workouts for every person you work with. Prioritize their results, and use your listening skills as a building block to approach what they need and can benefit from. Already at $1,000/month online and want to scale? Apply for OTA 2 here: www.thePTDC.com/OTA2 SPONSORS Get started TODAY with the world leading certification and business development program for personal trainers, nutrition coaches, and gym owners – The Online Trainer Academy:http://onlinetrainer.com/ota Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/feed/id1468193055 Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/jon-goodman/its-possible-conversations-with-successful-online-trainers Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/20veRnzFOvUn6fTy9ud8jm?si=zMWTLmtISMm1XrU-4Q8oxA YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/JonGoodmanPTDC
Our diverse panel of experts discusses the important and pressing issue of transformation and inclusivity in the world of health and training. The Episode: Inclusivity In The Fitness Industry The issue of diversity and inclusion stretches far beyond the reaches of the fitness industry but is very prominently present in our field too. In this episode, we get into the pervasive nature of othering, the historical standards that have informed the inequality we still see today, and the micro-aggressions and that many people of color have to endure on a constant basis. Transformation is a necessary challenge for professionals to confront in this space, so join us to hear some thoughts on a way forward. In This Episode How the fitness industry reflects society at large [0:09:37] The importance of diversity in industries such as health and wellness [0:12:17] Appropriate and authentic responses to inequality [0:17:42] The pressing issue of representation in the training industry [0:20:11] How client-centered work can help steer the ship [0:24:19] Examples of the othering of indigeneity [0:28:02] “You have to be really, really careful in how you assess somebody for a position because oftentimes the conventional way to assess somebody for a position is completely irrelevant to the job.” — Jonathan Goodman The Monolithic Nature of the Fitness Industry The fitness industry has historically been centered around white males, and even today, there seems to be more exclusion than inclusion in the space. The issue is also reflected in qualifications and representation, with diversity and equality being more of an anomaly than anything else. Real meaningful change will take time and considered effort from the people that make up the industry at large, and there is still a long way to go to reach a better status quo. More Inclusive Hiring Practices There are many assumptions that underlie interview processes, and many of these are not even related to the job. Part of what needs to happen is these assumptions need to be checked and care needs to be taken in challenging the way these processes have been practiced. It can be quite difficult to put together diverse teams and panels, as the lack of opportunities afforded to minorities has lead to unequal skills and a lack of practice. Taking Action for Representation and Opportunity Real change needs to be more than a public relations stunt, it needs to be authentic. We cannot continue to have panels and events that have the same people represented over and again when there are others that need to be given a chance. This starts with reassessing commonly held assumptions, and as trainers, another great guiding force can be to remain focussed on each client. A client-centric approach can help direct your efforts in a more inclusive direction. Already at $1,000/month online and want to scale? Apply for OTA 2 here: www.thePTDC.com/OTA2 SPONSORS Get started TODAY with the world leading certification and business development program for personal trainers, nutrition coaches, and gym owners – The Online Trainer Academy:http://onlinetrainer.com/ota Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/feed/id1468193055 Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/jon-goodman/its-possible-conversations-with-successful-online-trainers Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/20veRnzFOvUn6fTy9ud8jm?si=zMWTLmtISMm1XrU-4Q8oxA YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/JonGoodmanPTDC
On this cars and caves episode of the Carbitrage Podcast, we play the guessing game as to how many walnuts were living in Jana's Buuukuu, Tesla paying minor blood money to model S and X owners over their OTA battery limiting practices, and audi shooting themselves in the foot being nasty with a journalist shuttling german flood victims in a press issued RS6 avant. Carbitrage Patreon: www.patreon.com/carbitrage Carbitrage Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC2Top3relSWF9_MNYabwXlQ Carbitrage Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/erik-berger-115940933 Carbitrage iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/carbitrage/id1363759412 Carbitrage Twitch: www.twitch.tv/carbitrage Carbitrage Website: www.thecarbitrage.com
The team discusses how to avoid the dogma that is so pervasive in the fitness industry. The Episode: Avoiding Damaging Dogma In Order To Become A More Complete Professional As with many industries, the fitness world is filled with sub-sectors, echo chambers, and dogma. The problem is that falling into a specific lane and never leaving it can result in a weaker service to your clients, and a less-rounded practice around training. There are a few strategies that can minimize the negative effects of this human tendency, and keep you and your knowledge base challenged and growing. Tune in to hear our suggestions and thoughts on how to keep an open mind and embrace different perspectives. In This Episode Pitfalls of the fitness industry around dogma and bias [0:13:53] Dealing with dogmatic clients [0:19:10] Embracing disagreement and learning from other perspectives [0:21:36] Drawing the line between being dogmatic and polarizing [0:28:23] Signs and signals of dogma within your philosophy [0:31:37] The tension between nuance, transparency, and building a platform [0:35:01] “The best solution is almost never the solution you used last week.” — Jonathan Goodman The Pervasiveness of Dogma There are so many solutions out there, and applying the same solution to many different situations is usually not the best idea. In order to provide a great service to clients, you need a range of wisdom and how to deal with specific people and circumstances. We all fall into schools of thought and need to be aware of that tendency, while a certain level of bias is unavoidable, it is necessary to at least try to avoid rampant dogma. The other side of this coin is that you will encounter clients who have their own dogma too! Learning and an Open Mind We should all be going out of our way to learn from intelligent people with opposing views. We can all miss parts of the picture, so seek out situations and people that challenge you! Aiming to develop particular solutions to particular cases is a great way to balance the need for systems with an individual philosophy to different clients. This means balancing your best methods with an open-minded attitude to gaining new ones. Ways to Combat Your Own Bias Strong reactive feelings are often a sign of dogma, so we recommend noticing these and taking a pause to consider where these feelings may stem from. The world of health and fitness is fundamentally science-based, and the scientific approach is inquisitive above all else. Embody that in your own journey and fight against the tendency to avoid nuance and transparency! Already at $1,000/month online and want to scale? Apply for OTA 2 here: www.thePTDC.com/OTA2 SPONSORS Get started TODAY with the world leading certification and business development program for personal trainers, nutrition coaches, and gym owners – The Online Trainer Academy:http://onlinetrainer.com/ota Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/feed/id1468193055 Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/jon-goodman/its-possible-conversations-with-successful-online-trainers Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/20veRnzFOvUn6fTy9ud8jm?si=zMWTLmtISMm1XrU-4Q8oxA YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/JonGoodmanPTDC
In this episode of the Suite Spot, host Ryan Embree is joined by Travel Media Group's Content Manager, Marissa Kinzel, to discuss how to market a hotel property's new renovations and updates. With some hotels seeing 2020 as an opportunity to make updates and changes to their property, this episode is a great roadmap for how to advertise them to travelers online. Marissa and Ryan brainstorm ideas for how to communicate important messaging about your new renovations on channels like social media and online reputation sites. They demonstrate how you can use review response as a renovation marketing tool and how to leverage guest sentiment in your hotel's online reviews to make the most of your updates. To learn more about how Travel Media Group's digital marketing solutions can help promote your hotel's renovations online or to submit a question or topic for future episodes, call or text 407-984-7455. Suite Spot Podcast · 80 - How To Market Your New Hotel Renovations Episode Transcript Our podcast is produced as an audio resource. Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and human editing and may contain errors. Before republishing quotes, we ask that you reference the audio. Ryan Embree: Welcome to Suite Spot where hoteliers check in and we check out what's trending in hotel marketing. I'm your host, Ryan Embree. Hello everyone and welcome to another episode of the Suite Spot. This is your host, as always, Ryan Embree. And with me today, a very familiar voice, she has been on the Suite Spot so much we should almost call her a co-host at this point, but I will welcome in Marissa Kinzel, Content Manager at Travel Media Group. Marissa, welcome back to the Suite Spot, once again. Marissa Kinzel: Thank you so much again for having me. Ryan Embree: We got a very exciting episode and topic for you all. We're going to be talking about how to market your hotel's renovations. You know, as bad as last year was for the hotel industry as a whole, some properties took 2020 as an opportunity to do some much needed renovations and updates to the property. Less travelers, meant less disruption for guests onsite, and hopefully that means quicker date of completions, of these updates. But finishing those renovations is only half the battle and it's time to promote and market your new hotel updates and renovation to travelers. And that's where this episode comes in. So today we're going to walk through some different ways and channels that you can use to leverage your hotel's renovations online. Let's go ahead and get started Marissa with social media. One of the first things hotels need to do once renovations are complete is to update their online listings. Typically, hoteliers are quick to update places like their website and OTA booking sites because this is where travelers are making those booking and purchasing decisions, but they neglect to do so on social media: Facebook, Instagram. You know, I've done a handful of consultations when looking at a hote's Facebook photos and heard the common phrase of, "Wait a second, that's not what my room, what my lobby, what my pool looks like." You know, it reminds me of a story that a hotelier told me once, really a metaphor when it comes to renovations, and it really is like purchasing a brand new car, but keeping that car in the garage so that no one can see it. That's what doing renovations and not updating your sites like social media is doing. You've had this huge capital investment, all this time and money and effort spent, all this headaches into renovations. And yet you're not sharing it with travelers that are probably most excited to see what you've done with the property. And another great place on social media to consider updating is your profile picture. It doesn't have to be your permanent profile picture, but maybe a temporary one or the header where you can highlight and showcase these new renovations. You know, again,
Our team of trainers talk about how to overcome the issues of boredom that arise when running your own business. The Episode: Overcoming Boredom In Your Business As entrepreneurs and business owners, we have to endure the peaks and valleys of running the show. One of the challenges that most of us have to deal with is the boredom around repeating certain parts of what we do, and the things that are not necessarily our favorite parts of training. So with that said, we wanted to share some thoughts on how you can overcome these hurdles and keep your business going through the less exciting times! No matter your interest and excitement levels, you need to maintain your relationships and programs with existing clients, you also need to be communicating about the work that you are doing. Staying at least somewhat present on social media is equally important, and a great way to stay on track with this is to switch up your content to other interests you might have. The last thing to say about boredom is that it can drive inspiration and innovation, so it does not always have to be a bad thing! In This Episode The business landscape and the rise of localized markets [0:12:10] Getting away from the negative results of the repetitive nature of running a business [0:20:08] Maintaining interest levels through enjoyment [0:23:46] Manifesting higher energy levels [0:27:36] Non-negotiables for the keeping things going [0:29:20] Staying present and showing up to stay in the public eye [0:33:38] Recapping the basics of making it through trying times [0:36:36] “Don't feel bad, don't beat yourself up if you disappear for a while, it's totally fine, just get back on it!” — Carolina Belmares The Reality of Business and Repetition The truth about running a business is that it is repetitive. There are certain things that you will need to do over and over, and setting up good systems and templates is a part of achieving success. You also want to create a business that you enjoy running, that has tasks that do not drain all the life from you. These are things to keep in mind while building a business, and while adjusting it along the way. Techniques for Staying Interested and Engaged If you can keep your business fun, you will find yourself bored less often. One way to do this is to track your own behaviors around tasks and try and minimize the activities that seem to result in feeling disengaged and bored. There will always be work to be done that is not your favorite, but the less of this, the easier it will be to face. Another great resource to draw on when you are struggling to stay motivated is your network. Communicate with your friends and mentors because conversations can always help you out of a tight spot. Energy Levels and Excitement We recommend looking for any methods that can give you a boost. What gets you going? Find that out and make use of that knowledge! There are foundational factors that will keep your business running, and as long as you have those bases covered, it does not matter if you abandon some optional stuff in the meantime. Make sure your clients are happy, that you are showing up, and that people are hearing about you, the rest is gravy. Already at $1,000/month online and want to scale? Apply for OTA 2 here: www.thePTDC.com/OTA2 SPONSORS Get started TODAY with the world leading certification and business development program for personal trainers, nutrition coaches, and gym owners – The Online Trainer Academy:http://onlinetrainer.com/ota Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/feed/id1468193055 Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/jon-goodman/its-possible-conversations-with-successful-online-trainers Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/20veRnzFOvUn6fTy9ud8jm?si=zMWTLmtISMm1XrU-4Q8oxA YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/JonGoodmanPTDC
Today our panel of expert trainers talk about the secret to creating irresistible online training programs to sell to clients. The Episode: The Secret to Irresistible Online Training Sales One of the most important steps in the process of a functioning training business is the initial interactions with clients around selling and intake. So if you can get this element of your business down, you may just be able to set yourself up for better results further along the road. Engaging new clients with quantifiable and specific goals, and then delivering on these is what will solidify your value to them. By creating a structure that you can achieve with your new clients, you can make sure that they buy in fully to your systems and rewards, and keep coming back! In This Episode Why trainers fail to achieve results with clients early on [0:10:48] The cycles of business and times for evolution [0:16:19] Basic structures for a great offer [0:19:10] Putting enough energy and attention into a launch [0:27:47] The specifics that set you and your clients up for success [0:33:01] “Trainers are often really, really bad at showcasing process and identifying when goals are met.” — Jonathan Goodman Installing and Communicating a Process It is an unfortunate reality that many trainers are not proficient at communicating their processes with clients. We need to be able to lay out a plan and then show when goals are met. This is an area that can always be improved upon, so do not shy away from evolving these parts of your business. In order for clients to get excited about what you are offering you need to share the transformation that they can identify with. The Components of a Great Offer Our recommendation is to create a high-ticket front-end offer as a start. Coupling this with a quantifiable goal and continuity in your program can get people to sign on and buy in, which will, in turn, manifest credibility and belief in what you are doing together. This also includes timelines, so that when a goal is reached on schedule, you can set new goals and get clients to carry on their work with you! The Importance of the Launch We think it is key to be very invested in the launch period of your program. Prioritizing the intake process will set you up for future success, and can set the tone of the specificity and intentionality of your regimen. A big part of this connection is to learn about your clients and how to support them, because when they feel that, they will find it easy to commit and work with your expertise. Do not forget, there are many different types of quantifiable goals, so just find the ones that work for you and your people. Already at $1,000/month online and want to scale? Apply for OTA 2 here: www.thePTDC.com/OTA2 SPONSORS Get started TODAY with the world leading certification and business development program for personal trainers, nutrition coaches, and gym owners – The Online Trainer Academy:http://onlinetrainer.com/ota Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/feed/id1468193055 Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/jon-goodman/its-possible-conversations-with-successful-online-trainers Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/20veRnzFOvUn6fTy9ud8jm?si=zMWTLmtISMm1XrU-4Q8oxA YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/JonGoodmanPTDC
Today, we talk about what Disney World and online training have in common. These two things might sound worlds apart, but they have way more similarities than we think! The Episode: What Disney World and Online Training Have In Common You might be confused about why we would be talking about Disney World on the show today, but, as trainers, there is actually so much for us to learn from Disney. Ren, Carolina, who is celebrating her birthday, and Amber, sit down to talk about some of the valuable lessons we can all take away from the iconic brand. From niching down to expert onboarding and creating memorable experiences, Disney offers it all, and there's no reason why you can't either. You are capable of providing your clients with truly great programs that will stay with them forever. Tune in to hear it all! In This Episode Hear what Carol did to celebrate her 39th birthday. [0:05:45] What Ren learned about business from his time at Walt Disney World. [0:13:19] How Disney's approach to niching down applies to trainers. [0:19:00] What Disney teaches us about onboarding your clients. [0:21:07] People buy with emotion and rationalize with logic afterwards. [0:27:40] Create an experience that matches the price you are charging for your program. [0:36:04] “What happens in Disney rides, as well as in our business, is that when you start giving people things that are engaging, now they are really sold on your process.” — Carolina Belmares The Power of Niching Down Wherever Ren goes, he is always thinking about Amber, Johnny, and Carol, and going to Walt Disney World was no different. The whole time he was there, he was thinking about the business lessons he could share. Disney is a big umbrella brand, and underneath it, there are so many niches that appeal to a wide range of people. These parks are niched down so that everyone feels included. Despite how wide they have cast the net, it is all still very congruent, and you can clearly tell it is under the Disney brand. How to Onboard Like a Boss What stood out to Ren most was the park's onboarding process and ability to sell. Even though there was a two-and-a-half-hour wait, each part of the onboarding process had a different stage, giving you a new experience. Just like how we have to keep our clients busy, Disney also kept Ren entertained and engaged, even though he was still waiting. The change of scenery while he was waiting made him feel like he had graduated and was one step closer to where he needed to be. Disney has done what all great businesses should do; just when you feel like your customer is getting annoyed with waiting, you give them something new so they will continue the journey with you. Similarly, in the world of training, when you have signed a client to a program, there is a time before they start when they are in limbo. During this stage, it is key to keep them engaged and remind them of the adventure that is to come. If you do it right, your clients shouldn't even know the difference between being on the program and onboarding. Create Experiences that Stand Out So, after you have gotten off a ride at Disney World, guess where you end up? In the gift shop. This makes perfect sense because you have just had this incredible experience, and your emotions are naturally heightened, making you a perfect sales target. Just like Disney does not think about how much money people might have, this should not be a concern of yours either. When your clients have finished a program, present them with the next option; it is up to them to decide whether or not they can afford it. Like with Disney, if you have generated enough emotional attachment to the experience, the next step will be a natural graduation. If you are struggling with your price point, focus on creating an experience that matches how much you are charging. It is not your place to judge people and how they spend their money. All you can do is make sure they get what they are paying for. Work on all of your touch-points so that your client feels they are getting the best. Already at $1,000/month online and want to scale? Apply for OTA 2 here: www.thePTDC.com/OTA2 SPONSORS Get started TODAY with the world leading certification and business development program for personal trainers, nutrition coaches, and gym owners – The Online Trainer Academy:http://onlinetrainer.com/ota Apple Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/feed/id1468193055 Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/jon-goodman/its-possible-conversations-with-successful-online-trainers Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/20veRnzFOvUn6fTy9ud8jm?si=zMWTLmtISMm1XrU-4Q8oxA YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/JonGoodmanPTDC
In this episode, Co-Founder and CCO of WebPT, Heidi Jannenga, talks about the trends that were revealed in the State of Rehab Therapy Report done by WebPT. Today, Heidi gives an overview of the Rehab Therapy Report, and she talks about how technology has benefitted the industry, business continuity and growth, and the reality of burnout. How has the pandemic impacted business revenue, budget, and employment. Hear about the lack of diversity in the industry, the disparities in advocacy and associations, and the tech adoption boom of 2020, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast. Key Takeaways Survey results show that 77.4% of rehab professionals identify as white, 6% as Asian, 5.5% as Hispanic/Latino, 2.8% as Black/African American, and smaller percentages as American Indian, Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian, and other Pacific Islander. “There are huge gaps in terms of not reflecting who our patients really are in every area of the nation.” “40% of the [women] respondents said that they now hold C-Level executive positions. That's a 10% improvement.” “Almost every clinic leader I talk to today are at pre-Covid numbers, and most of them are above pre-Covid numbers.” 50% of therapists, and 42% of therapy assistants reported feeling more burntout now than they did prior to the pandemic. “60% of rehab professionals said that they didn't participate in any of the numerous advocacy efforts from last year.” “Even if you disagree with some of the decisions or directions of APTA, that's all the more reason to be involved.” “It takes a lot of vulnerability and confidence to say ‘I don't know.'” “As a leader, you shouldn't have all the answers. You become a crutch to those that work with you if you're the only one who has all the answers.” More about Heidi Jannenga Dr. Heidi Jannenga is a physical therapist and the co-founder and Chief Clinical Officer of WebPT, an eight-time Inc. 5000 honoree, and the leading software solution for physical, occupational, and speech therapists. As a member of the board and senior management team, Heidi advises on WebPT's product vision, company culture, branding efforts and internal operations, while advocating for rehab therapists, women leaders, and entrepreneurs on a national and international scale. Heidi has guided WebPT through several milestones, including three funding rounds: an angel round with Canal Partners, a venture capital round with Battery Ventures, and a private equity round with Warburg Pincus; five acquisitions; and numerous national corporate and industry awards. In 2017, Heidi was honored by Health Data Management as one of the most powerful women in IT, and she was a finalist for EY's Entrepreneur of the Year. In 2018, she was named the Ed Denison Business Leader of the Year at the Arizona Technology Council's Governor's Celebration of Innovation. She also is a proud member of the YPO Scottsdale Chapter and Charter 100 as well as an investor with Golden Seeds, which focuses on women-founded or led organizations. Her latest venture is called Rizing Tide, which is a foundation dedicated to fostering diversity and inclusiveness in the physical therapy workforce. Heidi is a mother to her 9-year-old daughter Ava, and she enjoys traveling, hiking, mountain biking, and practicing yoga in her spare time. Suggested Keywords Covid, Survey, APTA, Rehab Therapy, Report, Data, WebPT, Diversity, Physiotherapy, Advocacy, Technology, Burnout, Business, Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Recommended Resources The State of Rehab Therapy 2021: https://www.webpt.com/downloads/state-of-rehab-therapy-2021 The State of Rehab Therapy Webinar: https://www.webpt.com/webinars/the-state-of-rehab-therapy-in-2021 To learn more, follow Heidi at: Website: https://www.webpt.com Instagram: @heidi_jannenga Twitter: @HeidiJannenga LinkedIn: Heidi Jannenga Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website: https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927 Read the Full Transcript Here: Speaker 1 (00:03): Hey, Heidi, welcome to the show podcast. I'm so excited to have you on today. Speaker 2 (00:08): Thanks Karen. So excited myself to be here. So thanks for the invite. I really appreciate it. Of course. Speaker 1 (00:14): And today we're going to talk all about the key trends that were revealed in the state of rehab therapy report powered by web PT. But before we get to those trends, can you tell the listeners how all of this information was compiled? Speaker 2 (00:32): Sure. So we actually started conducting this industry-wide survey of the rehab therapy industry and what we consider rehab therapy is PT, OT, and speech back in 2017 that was the first time we released the state of rehab therapy report. And essentially we were trying, we had a lot of questions about the industry that we just honestly couldn't find the answers. And so we decided, well, we're just going to put out a survey to ask the questions we want answered topics ranged from business financials, operational structure, patient volumes, job satisfaction, technology trends, demographics, like we just really wanted to dive into sort of slice and dice the industry a little bit more as far as data goes. And we took a little bit of a pause in 2020, obviously due to COVID. But we did actually launch the survey at the end of the year. And so that's what we're talking about now. As far as the results go and we collected, I think over 6,700 responses, the majority of, of whom treat patients directly. So either as therapist or assistance, and 60% of them were from outpatient private practice. So the other 40% were from other therapists who work in other areas of the industry. So we feel like the findings really you know, give a good sort of breakdown of what's going on in the profession as a whole. Speaker 1 (02:10): Let's just dive in, then let's talk about some of those trends. So I will just kind of throw it over to you and we'll go through the major trends that you found. So let's, let's start. Speaker 2 (02:22): Yeah, let's just kick it off with something that's top of mind. I know for a lot of businesses and not just in the PT world, based on some of the occurrences within 2020, and that's really focusing on diversity. I think we've talked about it a lot that we, we all sort of know that there's this issue of lack of diversity within our profession as a whole. We're pretty much racially, very homogeneous. Our survey results showed that 77.4% of rehab professionals identify as white. Our results showed 6% identify as Asian five and a half to identify as Hispanic or Latino 2.8% identify as black or African-American. And then smaller percentages of the American Indian or Alaska native and native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander. And so if you sort of then contrast that right with the overall society of, of the U S I mean, there's just huge gaps in terms of not reflecting who our patients really are and in every area of the nation. Speaker 2 (03:42): So, you know, we, we asked a little bit of why some of the factors that are leading to that, and, and I, I think that, you know, we can sort of hypothesize a lot on, you know, the flood student recruitment. Like we're just not getting them in. We're not, for whatever reason. They don't know how cool it is to be a physical therapist. They're not attracted to it. So the recruitment is kind of broken. And so from there you just have a limited hiring pool. And so of course, you know, I think what a lot of people are sort of now attacking also is just, do we have some unconscious bias, like, do we need more training of our, our teams and recruiting processes within our own organizations to sort of eliminate and hopefully put a little more attention on trying to, to become more diverse in our employee base. Speaker 1 (04:33): Yeah. And you know, like you said, that this is not unexpected to continue to show this lack of diversity and, and yeah. Where, where does this start? Does this start with recruiting teenagers out of high school, into undergrad and then recruiting from undergrad into grad school? Is it exposing more you know, people of color just to the profession in general? You know, there are some people doing great job with that, like Jasmine tools in Southern New Jersey. I don't know if you know Jasmine, but she created a girl scout badge, a physical therapy girl scout badge. And she works mainly with girl scout troops in inner cities in Philadelphia. So you've got all these young girls who now know what physical therapy is because they're getting their physical therapy badge. Speaker 2 (05:25): That's awesome. I love that. Yeah. And we need more of that obviously happening at an earlier age to just, I mean, we've talked a lot about it. I knew you've talked about it on this podcast about sort of the brand problem of actually attracting patients in, but that also is reflected in attracting amazing people of all, you know races, color, everything like, you know, into our profession as a whole. Now I will say Karen, that we did see something positive you know, we, you and I have talked a lot about sort of the misrepresentation of women in leadership within our profession. And we did see a pretty good uptick. We we've also always talked about it in terms of you know, 70% of therapists are women and yet only 30% of them hold any kind of leadership position whether it's clinic, director or above manager. But we did see that number go up from where it was. And so 40% of the respondents said that they now hold a C level executive positions, which I thought was mean that's a 10% improvement. So huge. That was awesome to see. Speaker 1 (06:45): Yeah. I love hearing that. That's a huge, that's a huge jump. 10%. Excellent. Well, that's a, that's definitely a positive. Okay. So let's go to another trend that came out of this report and it has to do with technology. So can you expand on that? Speaker 2 (07:04): Yeah. So I'm sure that a lot of your listeners can relate. Telehealth was an explosion that had to happen during COVID. We were all stuck at home and people were in the midst of rehab, some hurt themselves doing, you know, working out at home using their, their Peloton or whatever it was, and they still needed therapy. It wasn't like people stopped needing PT, right. Or rehab therapy. And so tele-health exploded. So the use of, of platform tele-health technology platforms spiked significantly over the last year, although we saw about 75% of clinics that actually implemented tele-health during this time, we've now seen that number completely plummet down to two pretty low numbers. So people are going back to status quo. Now that most cities and states are, have opened back up. So it's going to be interesting to see how this trend continues. Speaker 2 (08:14): I do a whole tangent, we could do a whole nother podcast, I'm sure on how do you, how can we put, how can tell a health be you lies a, from a patient experience perspective, but also from a reimbursement payment perspective, like how do we make sure that is there, is there a hybrid potential in the future to, in, in my assessment, reach more people like we, you know, we always talk about the 90% problem, right? If 90% of patients who have a diagnosis that could be beneficial in rehab therapy, aren't getting to us. So how do we expand that opportunity? Tele-Health has it, has it, has the potential to be a of that? Yeah. I experienced Speaker 1 (08:57): That over. COVID that exact thing now I still am. I am still using tele-health because I'm in New York city as a lot of people know, and there are still people who are like, not, not just not comfortable, you know? Right. So I'm still using it. But what I found was that, so I have a cash based practice. And so some people were like, Ooh, it's a little pricey. Do you have a way around this? And I said, well, why don't we do one session in person? And then we can move to tele-health and maybe do half hour sessions on tele-health, which will be less expensive. Right. And it was a great mix. I do that. I did that a lot with kids. I mean, you can't keep a kid's attention for more than a half an hour in person or on telehealth and teenager, forget it. Right. So I found, oh, this is a perfect use of tele-health. So it's, it's still allows me to create the revenue I need for my business. And it's certainly a less expensive option. And I would argue a very very convenient and, and maybe just the perfect option for that subset of people. Speaker 2 (10:04): Yeah. I agree. I'm, I'm very much in favor of understanding the patient experience and the flexibility that telehealth can allow patients. Right. I think that there's just a lot of discussion right now on how do we get paid for that? Right. And whether or not does it tele-health is, should we be paid the same amount as an in-person in-person visit versus a tele-health visit? And I think it's still up in the air. Like, I, I, I fully can see it from both sides. Right. but to your point, the expense side of what your, your cost as a individual business owner on tele-health is significantly less. Right. And you could, the volume of people that you can kind of stack up to be able to see is significantly more. Right. And so, I guess also the, there's still a lot to be known about the outcome, right. Speaker 2 (11:03): Is it truly beneficial for the patient experience? Because, you know, there's, there's data now coming out that telehealth is actually expanding the utilization of care of in-person. So people aren't getting Nessus it's, it's increasing the number of visits in a episode of care because it's not taking the place of in-person it's adding to in person. Right. So we still need to understand and pull the data 2020 to understand how it fully impacted. Cause you know, insurances are always leery about adding more visits and paying out a little bit more for treatment, but if the outcomes are better, that to me always speaks volumes as Speaker 1 (11:48): Well. Yeah, absolutely. Now, was there any other technology aside from tele-health that reported being used more like, were there any apps or any, you know, other types of, of tech or was tele-health really the, the main thing? Speaker 2 (12:04): Well, telehealth was the big one. But I think there were a lot more folks that decided to ramp up their direct access marketing efforts. So I thought that was really interesting, like in order to, to keep in contact with your patients, right. And also keep some volume coming in. Again, we, it, it sort of pushed people in areas that they knew they should be doing, but now had the opportunity to do during this sort of time. You know, we, we were talking a lot about it at web PT. This is the time to work on your business when maybe you can't work in your business. Right. And so we saw, you know, marketing significantly ramp up for a lot of clinics, whether it was, you know, working on their website to their digital marketing strategy things like that. Speaker 2 (12:59): And then figuring out some different ways to offer more non-traditional services, whether that's, you know, like you cash-based services, ride share you know, nutritional counseling, like additives sort of things to their repertoire of services that they could add add on additionally to the clinic, which, you know, all great things. So I think it's just expanding the opportunity for more revenue streams through the use of technology mainly via their site or zoom or, you know, other things where they can have a larger audience all at one time versus having to only have a few that you had to physically come into the practice. So that's really cool to see. Speaker 1 (13:49): Yeah. I think it COVID sort of forced people to think outside the box. So instead of just sticking with, well, it's been working and then all of a sudden, wait a second, this literally can't work at the moment. So what do we have to do? So it may be, it, it sparks some more creative thinking from people. Absolutely. Yeah. That's a good thing. Speaker 2 (14:10): That's a good thing right. Out of your, out of your proverbial Speaker 1 (14:14): Box. Yeah. Yeah. And, and oftentimes you'll have business growth from that, which leads us to our next point. Let's talk about what a great segue let's talk about. Business continuity and growth, which when I read this, I was like a little boy. So go ahead. Let's talk about that. Speaker 2 (14:35): Okay. Well, as you can imagine, it was a bit of a mixed bag, right? I mean, there were quite a few unfortunate closed doors that happened at practices. It was also a huge opportunity for some of our larger organizations, enterprise organizations in the profession to continue with their consolidation and bringing more clinics into the fold. But we did find, you know, we, we've been doing a lot of education over the years on the business side and really have talks about how important it is to have that rainy day fund of, you know, at least three months of expenses. Now we all know that COVID happened longer than that. We've been under this COVID umbrella for longer than that, but truly having to close your doors probably did not have to happen for more than 90 days, depending on what state you were in, but essential, we were essential workers. Speaker 2 (15:32): Right. So, you know, the bright side of that was that I think 38% of leaders that took the survey said they did have that. So 40% of respondents said, yep, we had what we needed to do. We hunker down, we did some of that. There's other things that we could outside of the box during that time. Right. and we survived. Right. And so that, to me, it was just really heartwarming to see, like you hear horror stories and other industries, restaurant, and other things where man, they just suffered big time. Right. And so it was good to see that from the private practice sector there were still significant amount of businesses that were remained viable during this time found ways to continue on with some other revenue streams. And as a matter of fact, 34% of our clinic leaders said they were already starting to open more practices and locations within the next five years. Speaker 2 (16:37): So they're not, you know, struggling right now. And as you know even though our visits completely plummeted for a few months, like they quickly ramped back up and almost every clinic leader that I talked to today are at cope pre COVID numbers. And most of them are above COVID numbers. They can't keep up with the volume right now for the most part, so good problems to have. I'm just excited that, you know, again, we we were at the forefront of, of essential workers helping people in need, whether it was specifically in orthopedic you know, rehab, but also there's so many great stories of how clinics, you know, were out there helping folks. And now we have the post COVID long haulers that we're now getting into our practices. So the value of PT did not dwindle during this time, which is, which is great to see. Yeah, Speaker 1 (17:38): Absolutely. And now, as we talk about these clinics ramping up and more patients coming in and more work for the PTs, well, oftentimes you can kind of see where I'm going here that can lead to burnout. So talk about the, the topic of burnout that you found within this report. Speaker 2 (17:59): Well, this was a problem pre COVID, so it's not even anything super new. We we've continued to report on this. It can, you know, the, the slope is on the RA is going in the wrong direction. Based on our, our, our survey 50% of therapist and 42% of therapy assistants reported feeling more burned out now than they did prior to the pandemic. Most of them cited reasons for that burnout or fear of contracting COVID and just reminder, you know, this survey was taken at early this year, end of last year. So we were still sort of in the thick of things changes in their work hours and sort of change in the whole overall clinic morale. Speaker 2 (18:51): We're all experiencing some, you know, mental health sort of pieces fall out great word fallout from all of this. Right. And so, as you can imagine, that was reflected in the survey. So, you know, at the, at the same time, even though they reported this, this burnout most of them have said that they obviously still love our industry. They don't have any necessarily thoughts of, of potentially leaving. Although we do, we are seeing some, a little bit of that. I think just like every other industry, when you couldn't work, people picked up their heads and said, Hmm, what else is out there? And we are seeing, you know, a few, a few more percentages of people looking outside of clinical care, which I I'm, I don't think is necessarily a bad thing to, to continue, you know, projecting a, an awesome brand for PT professionals. But outside or doing things now in nonclinical care nonclinical work. Speaker 1 (20:00): Yeah. And I've definitely seen a lot. I've seen that sort of trend as well as moving away from patient care and going into nonclinical roles, which, like you said, there's nothing wrong with that. You have to do what feels good for you. What, what advice would you give to a PT who is maybe they are one of those 50% who are feeling burnout or feeling like we hope it's not feeling apathetic towards the profession and their patients, but that is part of, of the burnout feeling burned out. Is that real, like apathy for just doing the job? So what advice would you have? Speaker 2 (20:48): Yeah. You know, most of the time and I'll speak to myself and when I feel burned out, I have to get back to the root of passionate around why I'm doing it. Why, why do I love, why, why did I get into this in the first place? What is my purpose sort of in being a PT and you know, and figure out, you know, what's causing, what are the root causes of, of, of these feelings of burnout? Is it the current position I'm in? Do I just not like who I'm working for? Do my values, not line up with my employer. Like some of these things like people, you just, you still feel so lucky to have a job sometimes during time. And then, and then now that, you know, things are kind of opening back up. I think a lot of people are coming out of COVID experiencing like, holy crap. Speaker 2 (21:38): Like, what am I doing with my life? They they've lost their family members. They've lost friends. Like it's, it's kind of this wake up call for a lot of people to say, holy crap, what am I doing with my life? Like, is this really what I want to do and love to do? And so you see a lot of people struggling with that and maybe not perhaps loving what, where they are and what they're doing. And so they're kind of in this burnout phase and I, again, this was taken in like December, January, right? You've been hunkered down for a whole year with not a positive end in sight, even at that point. Right. I mean, it's starting to come out of it. So things were kind of doom and gloom in the country. We're just transitioning out of, you know, a present presidential race. Speaker 2 (22:27): There was a lot of change and a lot of turmoil going on in the, in the country at that point in time. So I think that's also reflected here, Karen. I would say this is probably similar to what you might ask any average American during this time. Right. So I would just take that into consideration as we look at these numbers, but you know, one of the things we didn't talk about here with regard to demographics is also just the, the student debt that is still a, such a huge problem in our profession. And it's just, it's not getting any better necessarily. And so again, compounding your student debt on top of, oh my gosh, do I really love my job? Like, there's an COVID and everything else, like, there's just you just, you feel kind of in despair. Right. And so I think that's, what's really reflected here again. What would I tell people I'm like, again, go back to the roots. Like what, what do you, why do you love what you do? Or why, why do, what did you get into this profession to do and find a path to be able to make that happen? Speaker 1 (23:40): Yeah. It's like you said, it's sort of stress upon stress upon stress with uncertainty. Yes. And that's really difficult for people, especially when you have a boatload of student loans and wait, no, one's hiring now. Right. When this was taken, when the survey was taken, we weren't at those pre COVID levels yet because the vaccine hadn't been widespread yet. And so yeah, I can understand why a lot of people felt burnout and, and quite honestly, I agree with you, I would say 50% plus of Americans felt burned out at that time as well. Speaker 2 (24:20): Yeah. And, and going back to some of the COVID impacts, like when the survey was taken, you know, our survey results showed that a lot of clinics were in that uncertainty phase of not exactly knowing when they were going to actually meet or exceed or even get close to their budget that they had projected for 20, 21. Right. And so there were cutbacks being made perhaps, you know raises were on hold. Right. There's just a lot of factors as an employee or as a therapist that you're kind of like that uncertainty really does not make you feel good. Right. So I think all of that is reflected. I mean, there's so many facets that that can be reflected in that burnout number, especially after the year we just had. Speaker 1 (25:07): Yeah. Yeah. It's not just one thing. It's a lot. Yeah. It's a lot. Okay. Is there, what were, are there any other sort of major trends from the report that we didn't hit on yet that you want to make sure the listeners get? Speaker 2 (25:22): Well, you know, I'm a huge advocate on advocacy as you are. And you know, we always kind of want to know, like where, and how are people doing advocacy? How do they get involved with the profession? How did they get involved to, to stand up for where the profession and no, no difference in, in years past, you know, the, unfortunately the PTA and the OTA and even ashes to some point, Ashleigh actually has done a fabulous job as far as galvanizing their SLP base. But AP TA and, and almost 50% of those responded to our, our survey said that they were either not members or had no intention of being members. Cause they didn't feel like it added value for the cost of, of being a member. And so, you know, from an advocacy perspective I, it was also a dismal number to sit to show that 60% of rehab professionals said that they didn't participate in any of the numerous advocacy efforts from last year, Speaker 3 (26:43): Which was Speaker 2 (26:45): Again to my heart. I will say though, that that is a significantly yeah. Lower number, which is still sad because we did rally a lot of people last year around the 9% cuts and all of that. I think more people than ever, I guess, if you look at the, you know, the positive side of this, more people than ever did get involved whether it was, you know, to provide tele-health to have an avenue for more for revenue, the 9% cuts, you know, all of those things definitely rallied folks to become more involved, but we still have, you know, to your words earlier, some apathetic PTs that just don't understand, maybe it's just don't even understand how advocacy works. They don't feel like they have time. It doesn't make a difference, like all the excuses that people want to give. So it's always a point of contention for me, whether it's, you know, if you want to be a member, I believe everybody should be a member of the PTA. Speaker 2 (27:45): It's your association. They represent all everyone in, in the profession as a whole. I know they struggle because it's just, there's so many opportunities for PT and, and specializations within our profession that everybody wants to raise their hand and say, you need to represent me. But at the end of the day, we're all physical therapists and that's what we need to, I feel like we must come back to and so, and also with the PT pack, you know, and, and having been a previous trustee, I know how hard it is to in the small, small percentages of people that do contribute to this hugely important effort of how advocacy has to be done in meetings and people knowing who you are as an association and as a group, and why it's so important to, to not have cuts to our profession. Right. I mean, they are just ignorant to, to essentially what we do on a regular basis and how much we get paid for it, or lack thereof. Speaker 1 (28:56): Yeah. And, and what I would say to people listening, even if you disagree with some of the decisions or directions of a PTA, that's all the more reason to be involved so that your vote, your voice can be heard. And, and maybe you can change some of those things that you don't like. I mean, I understand it's a slow ship to steer. It's a big organization. Like, you know, it's not like a nimble small private practice owner who can change things on a dime, you know, but it is a big ship to steer, but the more and more people, especially younger therapists that can get involved and have their voices heard. I think that there's a good to make a difference Speaker 2 (29:43): For sure. And I, I think just understanding how you can get involved, whether it's, there's lots of ways to be involved, even if it's financial for now, or maybe a kind of, maybe it's just time, like there's lots of different ways to, to add your voice and your voice does matter. And I think that more than ever is important to, for people to understand. I think we had the most it's not just even therapist's voices, but patient voices. We had the most number of patients that was something we, we rallied so well with this year is to get the patient voice heard with regards to the 9% cut, especially on the Medicare side. And so I think that was pretty impressive and made a huge, huge impact with the legislators, with regard to the effect and why we've had some significant progress in, in mitigating those cuts. Speaker 1 (30:40): Yeah. And oftentimes, like you can be involved in like the easiest way possible by just like going onto a website and putting in your zip code, finding the people and pressing a button and it sends it up. Like to me, it sends it off to like Chuck Schumer and, and Kiersten Gillibrand. And I don't know. Yeah. Speaker 2 (31:01): It's so easy. Even if you don't know who your legislators are, the apt [inaudible] like, there's so many sites now that are help making this so much easier to become involved to, to, to lend your voice right. In a way that is super impactful and only takes a couple minutes. Yeah. Speaker 1 (31:24): If that, and you don't have to be a member to do that yes. Nor do your parents or your friends tune in seconds and it's free. And if you have a smartphone, it literally takes two seconds and a LA it's all pre-written. So, yeah, I agree. I think positive advocacy efforts are so needed and like you said, they, they make a difference, you know? So, okay. I think we talked about a lot. We talked about diversity technology, COVID advocacy business growth. Anything else that really jumps out at you from this report? Speaker 2 (32:09): No. I think those are the big highlights. You know, we look forward to, to now be able to compare this is a a great sort of slice in time, immediately post kind of post COVID bef just immediately prior to the, you know, getting back to quote unquote normal as far as visit numbers and things like that. So we definitely look forward to doing this again next year. So I, your listeners to participate in the future again, to get your voice heard and to, to really be able to reflect more of what's going on in the industry. Speaker 1 (32:53): Yeah. I think it's great. And where can people find this report if they wanted to read the whole thing? Speaker 2 (33:00): Yeah. If you go to web pt.com/state of rehab therapy or if you just go to our blog page you'll find it and it's a free to download. It's actually a 60 page report full of graphics. And like, if you're a data nerd, like dive in, because they're there, we have sliced and diced it and made this beautiful. Our team is just awesome. And did a lot of work to, to make this digestible from anyone, even if you're not a data nerd to bring out the highlights. And then also Karen, we're going to be doing a webinar coming up in just a couple of weeks. So you'll find that on our website as well. You can sign up for the webinar. We'll, we'll go in much deeper depth as far as the details of, of more of these topics that you and I have talked about today. Speaker 1 (33:57): Excellent. Excellent. And they can, all that can be found on the web PT website. Yep. Perfect. And where can people find you on social media, things like that if they want to follow you or get in touch or ask you questions? Yeah, Speaker 2 (34:12): I'm on LinkedIn. I'm also on Instagram at hydrogen Nanga. So it's J a N N E N GA. And yeah, happy to engage on social, do it quite a bit, especially on via LinkedIn. So love to connect with any of your listeners. Speaker 1 (34:31): Excellent. And then finally, last question. What advice knowing where you are now in your life and career, what advice would you give to your younger self? Maybe you're that PT right out of PT school. Speaker 2 (34:47): Yeah. it's a great question, man. I have to reflect back quite a few years when I was a young TT now. But I think that the biggest piece of advice I would give is really around not thinking that you have to have all the answers. So I had a hard time when I first came out of the, I felt like, okay, I'm a, I'm a physical therapist. Now I'm in front of my patient. That credibility of any question they have are going to ask me, I have to know the answer. And that's not always, that's not true, actually the, the ability to say, I'm not sure that gets, let me get back to you and truly providing research, great response versus an off the cuff, maybe not perfect response. I think sometimes it can be so much more valuable in your overall long-term credibility with that, that particular patient or other therapist or leader. Speaker 2 (35:59): It takes a lot of vulnerability to say, I don't know. And a lot of confidence to say, I don't know, but I wish I would have been able to do that maybe a little bit more on the beginning and not felt the pressure of having to feel like I needed to know all the answers because Lord knows, I didn't know all the answers back in the day. I still don't know them today. Right. And you know, one of the other interesting things, just from a, as my growth, as a leader in this same sort of vein is what I've learned over time is that as a leader, you shouldn't have all the answers, right? It's my people come to me now and they've learned over time, like you become a crutch to those that work with you or for you. If you're the only one who has all the answers, right. Versus putting it back on to them to say, well, what do you think? Like, what do you think the answer is? Coming to me with solutions, not just a problem. And so to me, that's training and bringing in new leaders. I learned that from, from a leader who was a mentor to me quite a few years ago. And so that's another sort of way that now I've shifted that same response from a leadership perspective. Speaker 1 (37:24): Oh my gosh. I could talk all day on this from a leadership perspective who may have to do another podcast on it. So I think people would love it. Well this was Heidi, this was great. Thank you so much such good, good information for anyone in any of the rehab therapies, PT, OT speech to download this report, dive in and, and use this report for your own business or your own practice, you know, that's what these reports are for, right. To kind of not just look at it and say, oh, that was cool report, but to actually use the report and use it to be a guide maybe to your business or to your practice. Yes. Speaker 2 (38:04): Yeah. That's exactly right. Like how, how in your business decision trends that you're seeing in industry that you can validate some of your decision-making on is exactly why we've, we've put this out there to the public with no cost to you. Like it's, it's really just to, to benefit and give back to this industry that we love so much and want to see flourish. So Karen, thank you so much for having me. I really appreciate the opportunity. Congratulations on all your, can't say enough, how awesome you are with your advocacy and as an influencer and, and true thought leader in our industry. So thanks for everything you're doing with this podcast and, and, and all of your other ventures. It's, it's awesome to watch you and see how much of an impact you've been able to have in our profession. Speaker 1 (38:57): Thank you. That's so nice making me blush aside from the large scratch for my cat on my cheek, where it's already red. Thank you so much. I really appreciate that. And everyone, thank you so much for listening to this episode, go download the report today. We'll have all the links to it at the podcast at podcast on healthy, wealthy, smart.com under this episode. Thanks for tuning in, have a great couple of days and stay healthy, wealthy, and smart.
Show #1140. If you get any value from this podcast please consider supporting my work on Patreon. Plus all Patreon supporters get their own unique ad-free podcast feed. Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Sunday 11th July. It's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. Thank you to MYEV.com for helping make this show, they've built the first marketplace specifically for Electric Vehicles. It's a totally free marketplace that simplifies the buying and selling process, and help you learn about EVs along the way too. TESLA DELIVERS ‘FULL SELF-DRIVING' BETA VERSION 9 - Tesla began sending out over-the-air software updates for its long-awaited “Full Self-Driving” beta version 9, the definitely-not-autonomous-but-certainly-advanced driver assist system. - the software update (2021.4.18.12) began uploading after midnight on Friday, giving thousands of Tesla owners who have purchased the FSD option access to the feature - Musk has been promising v9 of the software for, well, a while now. He said in 2018 that the “long awaited” version of FSD would begin rolling out in August. He did it again in 2019, proclaiming that “a year from now” there would be “over a million cars with full self-driving, software, everything.” Earlier this month, he claimed that “FSD 9 beta is shipping soon.” - Release notes included with the update warn testers that “it may do the wrong thing at the worst time” and to avoid complacence. They also mention improvements to the cabin camera's driver monitoring to check for attentiveness, along with updated, larger visualizations on the in-car display Original Source : https://www.theverge.com/2021/7/10/22570081/tesla-fsd-v9-beta-autopilot-update EU COMMISSION PLANS CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE REQUIREMENTS - According to a media report, the EU Commission is planning to give the member states concrete requirements for the expansion of the charging infrastructure as part of the eagerly awaited “Fit for 55” climate package. The package is to be published on 14 July. - the Commission wants to oblige the states to guarantee at least one high-performance charging station at intervals of no more than 60 kilometres along the most important European motorways by the end of 2025. - For heavy transport, the member states are also to ensure that there is a hydrogen filling station every 150 kilometres. The draft regulation on the infrastructure for alternative fuels also contains precise specifications on how powerful the charging stations must be in the years 2025, 2030 and 2035. Original Source : https://www.electrive.com/2021/07/09/eu-commission-plans-charging-infrastructure-requirements/?utm_source=pocket_mylist RIVIAN OFFICIALLY CONFIRMS 2022 EUROPEAN SALES PLANS - Rivian is already making plans to begin European sales in 2022. The company has confirmed it will deliver both its R1T electric pickup truck and R1S three-row SUV in Europe, with orders opening in "Early 2022." This information came from Rivian Owners Forum via an email from Rivian's Customer Engagement Center to a potential customer in Europe. The email says to expect Rivian sales in Europe "some time in early 2022". The forum shared: "Rivian's plans for Europe have been under speculation for the past few months when it was reported that they were looking for factory locations in the United Kingdom, Germany and Hungary along with job posting to hire a "Senior Analyst, EMEA Delivery & Field Planning" (EMEA = Europe, Middle East & Africa". There was also a rumour that there could be smaller Rivian models for European and Chinese markets." Original Source : https://insideevs.com/news/519251/rivian-confirms-2022-sales-europe/ MG TOPPLES TESLA AS EVERY SECOND CAR SOLD IN SWEDEN NOW ELECTRIC - Every second passenger car sold in Sweden in June was a plug-in electric vehicle – either a full battery EV or plug-in hybrid EV – with the Chinese made budget MG ZS EV beating the Tesla Model 3 to the top selling spot. - Before a sweeping shift in the country's tax code came into effect at the start of July, Swedish EV sales skyrocketed as vehicles registered before the tax change will be taxed according to the old rate. - June sale of EVs was likely juiced by a number of fleet-owners and dealers self-registering plug-in models so as to take advantage of the old rate. - The consistent changes and fluctuations in Sweden's tax code and EV sales has nevertheless pushed the country's EV market to be just as large as neighbouring Norway - less than 100 units separated Sweden from becoming Scandinavia's largest plug-in new passenger car market, with Norway registering 69,367 units and Sweden 69,280. Original Source : https://thedriven.io/2021/07/09/mg-topples-tesla-as-every-second-car-sold-in-sweden-now-electric/ 2023 HYUNDAI IONIQ 6 SPIED WITH DIGITAL SIDE MIRRORS Original Source : https://www.carscoops.com/2021/07/2023-hyundai-ioniq-6-spied-with-digital-side-mirrors/ VOLVO'S C40 RECHARGE IS A SOLID SECOND STAB AT AN EV Original Source : https://www.engadget.com/copy-of-volvos-c-40-recharge-is-a-solid-second-stab-at-an-ev-163057572.html QUESTION OF THE WEEK JAN TORE from EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM As the perfect match of comfort, practicality, performance and price, my choice of car on the market today is the Volvo XC40, and I would be happy to drive it for another three years. The best seats, a lot of space – at least for our use, possibilities for our kayaks on the roof, possible to drag a trailer when needed, good enough range and charging speed, good infotainment system and a very safe car. I did sign up for a subscription of an XC40 with Care by Volvo in January, and the plan was to have it for some mounts and then change it to another of the EVs. But I still have the car and don't want to change it. So instead, I did book a Fjord Blue C40, the perfect vehicle and colour for driving around Norway next year. If I get it, I will drive the C40 from Fredrikstad in the south of Norway to Tromsø or maybe further north in the end of November. RAJEEV NARAYAN If I had to have only one car, for me it would have be a Tesla model Y. I drive about 80 miles a day and our non-Tesla DCFC infrastructure here in Texas is still very poor. For longer trips we use our PHEV Volt. My Chevy Bolt has over a 100K miles on it, and in fact I am looking at the model Y to replace it next year. GRANTON SMITH I already have it (Tesla Model 3 SR+), although this is a compromise car for me because being in good Ol' Fossil Fuel lovin' Australia - we're not exactly spoiled for choice. At the present time, I would not seriously consider anything other than a Tesla, because of the Supercharger network. Nothing comes even remotely close to the convenience, and the sheer number of charging stations - I can get wherever I need to go using a combination of the SC network, and the currently free NRMA rapid charger network - yes, even in a country as big as Australia (I live in the Central West of NSW) NICK CHRISTEN Sadly, my answer is 0. there is nothing large enough for my family (we have 8 kids; there is no suburban or other large vehicle that is electric currently…at least not in the US) DAVID JOHNSON I actually answered this in real life with my 3 year lease for the Toyota Prius Prime. Here in Central NY State we don't have lots of charging options. A PHEV made perfect sense in terms of satisfying my daily driving needs (98% EV only miles so far) and an ability to take impromptu road trips without any planning or apprehension. I'm currently getting 4.9 mi/KWh which is nearly 20% better than a Tesla and don't really miss the longer range. If my ~33 mi range could go to 50 or 70 mi, I don't think I'd ever need any more than that. MICHAEL LULCHAK I would go for the Tesla Model Y Long Range. The range of the Mach E is disappointing, and the price of the Mach E is close enough to the Tesla that we would be silly to purchase the Mach E. . The problems that Hyundai have had with batteries, and how they have (NOT) handled it suggests to me that their user experience has not changed for the better. So the hyundai (and by association the Kia) are not options for us. At all. MARK RICHARDS I currently drive a Bolt, but I am looking to buy an Ioniq 5 AWD when available this fall. f I had to buy an EV today and drive it for 3 years, I'd probably go pick up a Bolt EUV. Small, fast, and now has ACC, Lane Keep, and even super cruise. Second choice would be the ID.4, BUT in the USA we only have the anemic 200HP 0-60 in 8.5 second version available today. ATLE YRI The only car for three years. I would stick with the car I already have: VW ID.4 1st Max. Plenty of space for both luggage and people. Long range and charges quickly should there be a need for it. Very comfortable, lots of new technology and it gets better with each upgrade that comes OTA. RON BARBER, SAN JOSE The current trophy holder of the Electric Cannon Ball Run. From Jan 1, 2021. Porsche Taycan 4S. Reasons: 1. Vehicle Dynamics, 2. Build Quality, 3. Charging Speed 260-270kW to 43%. BRENDAN HUTCHINS I'd still wait for my Cybertruck reservation and try to get by without it until it's out. I'm so unbelievably excited for it. If for some reason I couldn't wait, I'd buy the Ford Lightning, cause even though I hate the look of it, I do love the vehicle to grid ability and more. MARK ORRICO I'm quite pleased with my Niro, and I am stuck with it for 3 years as it's a lease. Any car in my price range currently available I'd probably stick with the Niro truthfully. If I was going to get away from my price range definitely the Porsche Taycan, it like the turbo s but would accept any one of them. QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM What's your ideal stop time on a long distance road trip? Whether you're driving an EV or not, how long would you usually be stationary? Let's find out how far away we are from EVs being a non-issue for extended driving. Email me your thoughts and I'll read them out on Sunday – firstname.lastname@example.org It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. And if you have an Amazon Echo, download our Alexa Skill, search for EV News Daily and add it as a flash briefing. 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Michelle Magdziuk and Rob "Stats" Guerrera react to the news that the 49ers were fined for violating OTA rules, and make their game by game predictions for the 2021 season. What Stats will have to eat if his predicted record is worse than Michelle's Another instance of Kyle Shanahan lying to the media in a press conference Which games on the 2021 schedule could be trap games? Record predictions for the 2021 49ers Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
00:00 Think Milwaukee is in the driver's seat to go to the NBA Finals now? 21:13 Are LeBron & Damian Lillard planning to team up on the Lakers? 36:00 Skip & Shannon discuss Patrick Beverly tweeting his regrets for shoving Chris Paul. 45:56 What ex-football star could've made the most money from the new NCAA rules? 59:36 Chris Broussard joins to recap the Bucks' win over the Hawks last night. 1:15:38 Chris Broussard returns to discuss LeBron & Damian Lillard attending a WNBA game together amid rumors that Dame could come to the Lakers. 1:28:30 Chris Broussard returns to discuss Patrick Beverly's apology for shoving Chris Paul. 1:38:44 Will Kawhi Leonard run it back with the Clippers? 1:46:55 Will Dallas overcome their OTA violations and have a comeback season? 1:52:20 Skip & Shannon discuss the news that the Cowboys will be featured on ‘Hard Knocks' this season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Marcas Grant is joined by the great Andy Behrens of Yahoo! Sports for this special late-June edition of the NFL Fantasy Football Podcast. The hosts kick off the show talking about how, when and why Andy alters his offseason player rankings (1:45) and which OTA reports are worth paying attention to (4:46). Then, they discuss if various hype trains have real steam or if they're just smokescreens, including Andy Dalton as the starting quarterback in Chicago (8:04), Trey Lance as the eventual starting quarterback in San Francisco (10:49), wide receiver A.J. Green's potential rebound in Arizona (12:22), and wide receiver Sammy Watkins hopeful career revival in Baltimore (14:49). Next, it's time for the Either/Or game, as the guys debate Alvin Kamara vs Saquon Barkley (19:37), Joe Mixon vs Chris Carson (23:27), Amari Cooper vs CeeDee Lamb in Dallas (26:55), D.J. Moore vs D.J. Chark (29:04), and Matthew Stafford vs Ryan Tannehill (33:51). Finally, they wrap up the show with rapid-fire topics (38:01) ranging from the right way to do hot dog toppings, the best restaurant chains to spend 24 hours in, and… powdered wigs? The NFL Fantasy Football Podcast is part of the NFL Podcast Network.
RUNDOWN To kick things off, the guys announce the details for Mitch's US Open Pool presented by Fireside Home Solutions, sign up today! . Then, Mitch shares his Costco fiasco over the weekend before the guys share their takeaways from Russell's candid presser last week. Three featured guests are NBC Sports Northwest Seahawks insider Joe Fann followed by Nashua Telegraph Pats writer Tom King and Stewart Newman, son of card collector Thomas Newman. The “Other Stuff” segment includes topics ranging from the College Football Playoff to a man nearly eaten by a whale to Logan Gilbert's progression as a major leaguer. GUESTS Joe Fann | NBC Sports Northwest Seahawks insider Tom King | Nashua Telegraph Patriots writer Stewart Newman | Babe Ruth card seller TABLE OF CONTENTS 3:37 | Get your picks in for Mitch's US Open Pool now at www.MitchUnfiltered.com! 30:03 | Mitch had to make a Costco run on Saturday that was full of surprises. 42:24 | What do you make of Russell Wilson's press conference during OTA's on Thursday? 57:23 | GUEST: One half of the Seahawks No-Table Joe Fann checks in to chat about his next chapter stepping away from NBC Sports Northwest. 1:20:21 | GUEST: Longtime Pats writer with the Nashua Telegraph Tom King jumps aboard to discuss potential trade partners for Stephon Gilmore and his current contract situation. 1:34:00 | GUEST: Stewart Newman swings by to tell the story of the Babe Ruth baseball card he inherited from his Father which was just sold at auction for over a million bucks. 1:55:20 | The College Football Playoff is expected to expand from four to twelve teams...finally! 2:02:27 | A real live Moby Dick story occurred to a Massachusetts man. 2:09:50 | Christian Eriksen is lucky to be alive after collapsing on the field and being brought back to life. 2:14:08 | Logan Gilbert is quietly earning his spot in the M's rotation even since his shaky debut.
On today's show, Pat and the boys chat about what's going on in OTA's right now, the Bruins being eliminated from the Stanley Cup Playoffs, and everything else going on in the sports world right now. Joining the program is friend of the show, NFL Network Insider, Ian Rapoport to give updates on what he's hearing around the league concerning Deshaun Watson, Julio Jones, the next big thing that is going to happen, where Todd Gurley might end up, and if Justin Fields is a looking good thus far (26:33-46:54). Next, 8 year NFL veteran at LB and current free agent, co-host of Bussin' With The Boys, Will Compton joins Pat and AJ Hawk to chat about his offseason and where he might end up playing next season, balancing playing while doing the podcast, what Julio Jones does for the Titans, how Coach Vrabel is in the locker room, and much more (46:56-1:09:48). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today's show, Pat and the boys chat about the comments made by former Packers WR James Jones after recently speaking with Aaron Rodgers, and the newest controversy in baseball making waves. Joining the program to chat all about the Aaron Rodgers/Green Bay Packers situation and how he ultimately sees the whole thing playing out is host of the Business of Sport Podcast and former Packers VP, Andrew Brandt (24:11-43:25). Later, ESPN MLB Insider, Jeff "Jett" Passan joins the program to talk about the newest controversy in the MLB of pitchers doctoring baseball's to increase their spin rates and how it will ultimately play out, plus he decides to take a few parting shots (43:27-1:22:16). Later, Pat and AJ Hawk chat more about the Aaron Rodgers situation and if AJ has heard anything more (he hasn't), plus everything else going on in OTA's and the sports world in general (1:23:54-1:59:43). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come and laugh with us, cheers.
Kevin opened today with the amazing run of individual performances from the NBA Playoffs. He played the Chase Young answers from yesterday's press conference as to why he didn't post for any of the OTA days and reacted. Then, Marc Sterne (aka Nigel) joined the show for some Tony Kornheiser Show reminiscing and a lot more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's show, Pat and the boys chat about Aaron Rodgers not being in Green Bay for mandatory OTA's, and what the next steps are. Joining the program is a coaching legend who has had stops at the U, the Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns, Chicago Bears, and former Head Coach of the Indianapolis Colts, Chuck Pagano to chat about what he's been doing since he retired, he and Pat share some old stories, and Chuck gives his take on the Aaron Rodgers situation and what he would do to rectify things (25:07-48:08). Later, Bills OL Jon Feliciano joins Pat and AJ Hawk to chat about the fight he got into with AJ Epenesa at practice and what the environment is like in Buffalo, his tweet about wanting to fight Pat at the next Showtime boxing event for "taking away Toradol," and how it is actually AJ's fault, plus much more (48:10-1:02:42). Later, Pat and AJ shoot the breeze about everything else going on in the sports world, including what they think could potentially happen with Aaron, and more. Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come and laugh with us, cheers.
In this episode, John reacts to the Titans pulling off a blockbuster deal with the Falcons for Julio Jones, and why the Packers wide receivers showing up to OTA's hurts Aaron Rodgers leverage to get out of Green Bay. He also goes fires through the top college and pro headlines and answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Todays episode Pat and the boys are joined in studio by former NFL DB, Pat’s former teammate and current host of The Man to Man Pod, Darius Butler. The boys are down in Tampa as Pat prepares for another episode of Friday Night Smack DAHN on Fox. Pat opens up today’s show with his reaction to LeBron James and the Lakers getting bounced AHT of the playoffs. The Hammer Dahn boys jump in and weigh in on what’s on their slates tonight. AJ Hawk joins the conversation to discuss the latest happenings around the NFL. Pat discusses the impact that Toradol had on himself and many of his teammates as new articles come out about its effects. To finish off this feel good Friday Jaguars current strength and Conditioning coach Anthony Schlegel (59:15:20-1:26:23)came on the show to discuss all all things from how big Tim Tebow is to the covid regulations for OTA’s. Make sure to subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come laugh with us, cheers.
Kevin is joined by Ben Standig/The Athletic to talk some Wizards and NBA to start before getting to a Washington Football OTA wrap-up. Who stood out? How much optimism is there about the offense? What's the real reaction to Chase Young not showing up any of the OTA days? Then, Eddie C. from Florida, who nailed The Preakness on this podcast a few weeks back makes a return visit to pick tomorrow's Belmont Stakes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, John reflects on the Hall of Fame career of Adam Vinatieri following his retirement announcement, why the conventional wisdom that OTA's and group workouts are a waste of time is wrong, looks at the latest with the Julio Jones trade watch and why he has Kyler Murray red flagged. He also answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Kevin and Thom today on the Wizards' loss to the 76ers in Game 2 and the popcorn incident with Russell Westbrook. Plenty on Chase Young and Montez Sweat missing all three OTA days and then Jay-Z....will he buy into the Washington Football Team or not? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's show, Pat and the boys chat about The Match 2 that will see Tom Brady and Phil Mickelson take on Aaron Rodgers and Bryson Dechambeau, Aaron is currently still living his best life in Hawaii, and everything else happening in the sports world with the NBA and NHL playoffs. Joining the program is 4x Super Bowl champion, the All-Time leading points scorer in NFL history, the GOAT, Adam Vinatieri, to chat with Pat and AJ about his career, what it was like playing for Bill, and ultimately, to officially announce his retirement from the NFL (39:51-59:02). Later, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport joins the show to chat about everything going on around the NFL including any new news about Aaron Rodgers' situation, and why Rapsheet thinks the door is still open for him to return to Green Bay, the Julio Jones situation and whether or not he knew he was live on Undisputed, as well as other tidbits of news popping up around the league as we are officially into OTA's (1:03:00-1:24:57). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today's show, Pat, AJ Hawk, and the boys chat about Aaron Rodgers' appearance on Kenny Mayne's last episode of SportsCenter last night, what was said, where he currently stands with the team and the front office, and where we go from here. They also chat about the Penguins losing an absolute heartbreaker in double OT to the Islanders falling down 3-2 in the series after Jarry lost his mind, Bryson Dechambeau and Brooks Koepka hating each other, and they check in on everything happening around the NFL as OTA's have started. Joining the show is Super Bowl Champion, 19th Pick of the 2017 NFL Draft, Buccaneers TE OJ Howard to chat about his last season, the fake drama surrounding him and Gronk, how his achilles recovery is going, what it's like having Tom Brady in the Locker Room, and much more (25:53-47:17). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today's show, Pat and the boys chat about Shannon Sharpe calling Julio Jones on air on Undisputed this morning, and Julio saying that he's "outta there" in Atlanta and that he wants to go somewhere he can win, Phil Mickelson becoming the oldest major champion ever after winning the PGA Championship at Kiawah Island, and Pat's weekend at the Mecum Auto Auction and the whole process and how exhilarating it was before welcoming Mecum Auto Auctioneer Matt Moravec to chat about Mecum, being bred to become an auctioneer, when he started, and why it's such an electric atmosphere (9:36-31:01). Later, Pat and AJ chat about the Julio Jones situation and which teams would aggressively pursue him, video of Aaron Rodgers in Hawaii with Shailene Woodley, Miles Teller, and his wife having a good time and how OTA's start this week, and how electric it was watching Phil win yesterday and what's going on in the NHL playoffs (33:19-1:41:49). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today's show, Pat and the boys chat about the NBA playoffs beginning tonight, and what the Pittsburgh Penguins need to do to turn things around in the NHL playoffs, and talk more about the Ju'wuan James situation and what is next for the NFLPA and the NFL. Joining the program is former Head Football Coach at Independence Community College and Last Chance U season 3 and 4 legend, host of the Slapdick Podcast, Coach Jason Brown to chat about if he thinks he'll ever get a head coaching offer at a Division 1 school, what it was like being on Last Chance U, he shares some words of wisdom, and addresses some things that have been grinding his gears as of late (25:08-55:30). Later, Pat and AJ chat more about the 70 players show up at the Dolphins facility for OTA's, and 80 at the Jets facility and what that means for every other team and the positions of the NFLPA and NFL, and they discuss whether they think we'll hear from Aaron Rodgers soon, and everything else going on in the NFL, the NHL, and the NBA (55:32-1:31:09). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come and laugh with us, cheers.