The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch
Nico Wittenborn is the Founder of Adjacent, one of the best early-stage firms created over the last 5 years. Before starting Adjacent, Nico spent over 3 years at Insight Partners in New York and before that learned the craft of venture from some of the best in early-stage, Point Nine, where he spent over 4 years. Nico's portfolio across funds includes the likes of Revolut, Chainalysis, Oura, RevenueCat and PhotoRoom to name a few. In Today's Show with Nico Wittenborn We Discuss: 1.) From Selling Mobile Phones to Leading Early-Stage Investor: How did Nico first make his way into the world of venture with Point Nine? What did Nico learn from his time with Point Nine and Insight? How did his time at each impact how he invests and runs Adjacent today? What does Nico know now that he wishes he had known when he started investing? 2.) Is Consumer Subscription Even a Good Place to Invest? With Calm ($2BN) and Duolingo ($6BN) as the market leaders and there only being two of them, is consumer subscription even a good place to invest? How does Nico pushback that retention for consumer subscription apps is so bad? What do many not see about consumer subscription retention numbers? How does Nico respond to the challenge of high customer acquisition cost and navigating challenging platform shifts in advertising, when investing in consumer subscription? What will the consumer subscription landscape look like in 5 years time? 3.) Adjacent: The Fund, The Strategy: Why does Nico believe if your fund model relies on $10BN outcomes, you are in trouble? How large is the latest Adjacent fund? What does the portfolio construction look like for the fund? How much diversification is the right level of diversification? How many companies per fund? How does Nico think about capital concentration on a per company basis? What are Nico's ownership requirements? How have they changed with funds? What is it about Nico's structure which enables him to be more collaborative than others? 4.) Nico: The Investor: Lessons: How does Nico reflect on his own relationship to price? When does he pay up? When does he not? What has been one of Nico's biggest misses? How has that changed his approach? Why does Nico not really compete with the large multi-stage funds? Why is Nico deliberately trying to reduce the amount of companies that he sees? 5.) The Future of Venture: How does Nico analyze the rise of solo GPs? What are the biggest pros and cons of the model? Why does Nico believe the large generalist funds are in trouble? Who is set to win and who is set to lose in the next 10 years of venture? Which seed firm would Nico invest in? Which Series A firm? Which growth firm?
We are LIVE at the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography & Intervention, or SCAI, Conference in Phoenix, Arizona learning about physicians and medical device makers are trying to make procedures safer and improve patient outcomes. One of the technologies we discuss on this episode is an Intravascular Ultrasound, or IVUS, which is an imaging technique that uses a transducer to generate sound waves to produce pictures of the inside of blood vessels. Physicians are mainly using this device during angiograms for diagnostic and treatment of coronary artery disease and peripheral artery disease. Guests include David Chalyan, Director of Evidence Transformation and Medical Safety Officer at Philips IGT-Devices and Royal Philips Chief Safety Officer Steve C de Baca.
This Week: The notion that “throwing more money at schools” isn't a serious policy solution has dominated the policy landscape for decades, thanks in significant part to one Eric Hanushek. His work has been cited in court cases, and public discourse since the 80s to suppress efforts at more just and equitable funding for schools. Well, turns out that even Hanushek's own research now supports the very idea he has spent a career opposing. Maueul and Jeff discuss the religious pseudoscience of conservative economics in education, and share thoughts on Hanushek's Columbus-like discovery of the obvious. Click here to register for the Human Restoration Project's Conference to Restore Humanity 2023! Use the code AOTA at checkout and save $25, plus, you'll be supporting this show! Get your All of the Above swag, including your own “Teach the Truth” shirt! In this moment of relentless attacks on teaching truth in the classroom, we got you covered. https://all-of-the-above-store.creator-spring.com Passing Period is an AOTA podcast extra that gives us a chance to check-in, reflect, and discuss powerful stories in between our full episodes. Watch, listen and subscribe to make sure you don't miss our latest content! Website: https://AOTAshow.com Stream all of our content at: linktr.ee/AOTA Watch at: YouTube.com/AlloftheAbove Listen at: apple.co/38QV7Bd and anchor.fm/AOTA Follow us at: Facebook.com/AOTAshow and Twitter.com/AOTAshow --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/aota/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/aota/support
So You Want To Be A Healthcare Executive?
Dr. Wael Barsoum is the current President and Chief Transformation Officer at the Healthcare Outcomes Performance Company, otherwise known as HOPCo. Dr. Barsoum's career is highly impressive. Having spent a majority of his career at the Cleveland Clinic, Dr. Barsoum has trascended the ranks. His insight on the current state of healthcare, where we are headed in healthcare, and how his organization managed Covid are all interesting and highly impressive.
Rayyan Karim: Measuring Success in Agile, Why Story Points Don't Always Tell the Full Agile Story Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. In this episode, Rayyan discusses two main categories for measuring performance in organizations: hard and fast business results and effectiveness. The first indicator for effectiveness is happy people who can be themselves, which Rayyan refers to as "Shiny Happy People." Rayyan suggests that instead of focusing on story points, teams should focus on cycle and lead time and examine the variation in the system to determine how to remove it. He recommends conducting team surveys or squad health checks over time and paying attention to how people talk at retrospectives. Additionally, Rayyan suggests setting up one-on-one meetings with team members to get a better understanding of how they are showing up for retrospectives. Featured Retrospective Format for the Week: The Squad Health Check retro benefits In this episode, Rayyan discusses his favorite agile retrospective format, which is the Squad Health Check. He mentions that while the Sailboat retro is the most commonly used, he prefers the Squad Health Check as it quickly gets everyone on the same page and can be used in larger teams and teams of teams. Rayyan notes that the Health Check is short, focused, and highly adaptable, and it gives a good understanding of where the teams are. He also gives tips to adapt it to the program or team you are working with and to remove the "neutral" option. Retrospectives, planning sessions, vision workshops, we are continuously helping teams learn about how to collaborate in practice! In this Actionable Agile Tools book, Jeff Campbell shares some of the tools he's learned over a decade of coaching Agile Teams. The pragmatic coaching book you need, right now! Buy Actionable Agile Tools on Amazon, or directly from the author, and supercharge your facilitation toolbox! About Rayyan Karim Rayyan is and Agile Coach & Trainer and the founder of Design Your Future with presence in the UK and the UAE. Rayyan is known for supporting leading executives of FTSE100 and NASDAQ corporations to create transformational results quickly. You can link with Rayyan Karim on LinkedIn and connect with Rayyan Karim on Twitter.
Conservative Review with Daniel Horowitz
Why has the conservative industry failed to deliver on almost any issue in decades? Why do things get worse even in red states? Why do we continue to nominate more Mitch McConnell-style Republicans in primaries? Today's show is not for the faint of heart, but I serve up the truth 100 proof. We have an industry that is incentivized to focus on brand-building rather than on policy and political outcomes, even in states where Democrats have little influence. The conservative industry has no interest in doing the hard work it takes to win on issues because it is too profitable to simply virtue-signal on social media with no policy direction. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Litigation economics is not something they teach in most schools, but when it comes to unique or first of their kind enforcement matters, it's an important skill to have, whether it be in establishing sampling methodologies, the creation of a benchmark or development of restitution frameworks. On this episode, we hear from Chris Kelly, acting Head of Enforcement, and Lori Walsh, Vice President of the Office of the Chief Economist, about how FINRA's Enforcement team has been partnering up with the Office of Regulatory Economics and Market Analysis to ensure better case outcomes.Resources mentioned in this episode:Episode 124: Introducing REMAEpisode 77: How an Enforcement Action Becomes an Enforcement ActionOffice of the Chief EconomistFINRA EnforcementMonthly Disciplinary Actions
JAMA Author Interviews: Covering research in medicine, science, & clinical practice. For physicians, researchers, & clinician
Most epidemiological studies of heart failure have been conducted in high-income countries. JAMA Senior Editor Kristin L. Walter, MD, MS, interviews Philip George Joseph, MD, from the Population Health Research Institute, Ontario, Canada, about a study of more than 23 000 patients with heart failure in 40 countries. Related Content: Global Variations in Heart Failure Etiology, Management, and Outcomes
Two new papers on left atrial appendage occlusion, the promise of DNA, statins in the elderly, and SGLT2 inhibitors are the topics John Mandrola, MD, discusses in this week's podcast. This podcast is intended for healthcare professionals only. To read a partial transcript or to comment, visit: https://www.medscape.com/twic I. Listener Feedback - When to Start a Statin Is a Preference-Sensitive Decision https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.117.029808 II. Left Atrial Appendage Closure LAA Closure Outcomes Improve With CCTA: Swiss-Apero Subanalysis https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/991623 - Impact of Preprocedural Computed Tomography on Left Atrial Appendage Closure Success: A Swiss-Apero Trial Subanalysis https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcin.2023.02.027 - Outcomes of percutaneous left atrial appendage occlusion device implantation in atrial fibrillation patients based on underlying stroke risk https://doi.org/10.1093/europace/euad049 III. Polygenic Risk Scores - Predictive Accuracy of a Polygenic Risk Score Compared With a Clinical Risk Score for Incident Coronary Heart Disease https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2761086 - Cardiovascular Disease Risk Assessment Using Traditional Risk Factors and Polygenic Risk Scores in the Million Veteran Program https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamacardiology/article-abstract/2804439 - Validity of polygenic risk scores: are we measuring what we think we are? https://doi.org/10.1093/hmg/ddz205 IV. Statins in Older Patients High Cholesterol in Seniors: Use Statins for Primary Prevention? https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/991801 V. SGLT2 Inhibitors FDA Expands Use of Dapagliflozin to Broader Range of HF https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/991736 - Dapagliflozin in Heart Failure with Mildly Reduced or Preserved Ejection Fraction https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2206286 You may also like: Medscape editor-in-chief Eric Topol, MD, and master storyteller and clinician Abraham Verghese, MD, on Medicine and the Machine https://www.medscape.com/features/public/machine The Bob Harrington Show with Stanford University Chair of Medicine, Robert A. Harrington, MD. https://www.medscape.com/author/bob-harrington Questions or feedback, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Lawyers in the House with Montlick
One thing our lawyers can't stress enough is that each case is unique. That's why it's SO important that if you're injured in an accident that wasn't your fault, you give us a call first so we can walk through your specific situation. We often get callers saying "My brother was in a similar accident and his case was worth $350,000, so that's what I'll get too, right?" Well, today Montlick attorneys Kathy and Jen walk us through why that isn't always the case, and how two similar cases (say, a rear-end accidents with neck injuries) can diverge depending on the particulars of your situation, including your specific medical history, the defendant, your insurance carrier and more! The purpose of this show is to provide general information about the law. Our guests will not provide any individualized legal advice. If you have a personal situation and need legal advice, contact us nationwide at 1-800-LAW-NEED for your free legal consultation with a Montlick attorney. Follow us on social @montlicklaw or visit lawyersinthehouse.com for more info, clips and tips.
Dr. Karen Sheffield-Abdullah is an Assistant Professor UNC Chapel Hill, a Certified Nurse-Midwife, Mindfulness Instructor, a wife, mother of four and a plant lover. She describes herself as a stress and anxiety researcher who is passionate about perinatal mental health and the impact on pregnancy outcomes specifically in black and brown women. Dr. Karen is trying to get answers on why, despite decades of research, the black and brown communities have twice the rate of preterm birth and higher rates of death compared to white women. Using her depth of knowledge, experience and education, Dr. Karen is an advocate for birth equity, mental health awareness and mindfulness. In our ongoing conversation, Dr. Karen begins by elaborating on the differences between culturally competent care and culturally humble care. She discusses the unique stressors to the black and brown communities, and talks about the importance of providing stress screeners with the understanding that they are meant to be a jumping off point to deeper conversations. Healthcare workers need to be comfortable with having the conversations. Dr. Karen describes it as, “getting comfortable with being uncomfortable.” Healthcare providers need to begin to normalize having deeper conversations with clients. We talk about the importance of midwives, the passing of a certain piece of legislation benefiting her research, and incorporating stress management into models of women's health care for beneficial outcomes. The importance of starting difficult conversations from a humble place. Normalizing mental health in black women during pregnancy. What is the Midwives for Moms Act? Diversifying the nurse midwifery workforce is essential to improve outcomes. Why it's important to bring more diversity into the health care system. Stress and perinatal mood and anxiety disorders in black women. How do we make it such that when we bring in examples of stress, when we talk about suffering, that it is through a culturally relevant lens? Black women's pain is notoriously under assessed and under-addressed. The importance of self-reflecting when taking care of this community. The ways her background in midwifery has shaped her view of the healthcare system and her professional goals. Dr. Karen's research results using self compassion, mindfulness and Mind Body therapies Thank you to our sponsor: HER Circle Killing the Black Body, Medical Apartheid, Understanding medical racism, look at Henrietta Lacks, J. Marion Sims, Tuskegee Airmen, eugenics Dr. David Treleaven, who has a book called trauma sensitive mindfulness --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/herhealthcollective/support
With “x-date” looming, concerns about a potential default are weighing on financial markets and the global economy. As the nation's solvency hangs in the balance, Daleep Singh, PGIM Fixed Income's Chief Global Economist and Head of Macroeconomic Research, joins this episode of All the Credit® to discuss this U.S. government fiscal fiasco. To begin, Daleep lays the groundwork with a brief history of the U.S. debt ceiling, including some of the recent impasses that may act as a guide for the current situation. Daleep then provides his take on the potential outcomes of this debt debacle with estimates on the probabilities of each outcome. Our discussion wraps up with considerations on the most likely path forward for the U.S. government, and the economic, market, and investment implications that investors should watch for. Alyssa Davis, U.S. Investment Grade Corporate Bond Portfolio Manager, cohosts this episode. Recorded on May 8, 2023.
It's faulty thinking to evaluate past decisions based upon your present understanding. And, doing so can lead to worse decisions in the future. In this episode, I share an essay that I recently wrote about why we need to approach each decision with clarity of mind and refuse to allow retro-analysis paralysis to cloud our judgment.Read more essays and listen to the podcast archives at ToddHenry.com.My new book Daily Creative is available now. Mentioned in this episode:Daily Creative Is Available NowDaily Creative is a daily reader that helps you be more effective as a creative pro. It's available now wherever books are sold or at DailyCreative.net.
The ACOG defines FGR as fetuses with an estimated fetal weight or abdominal circumference that is less than the 10th percentile for gestational age (ACOG PB 227). BUT, some argue against this cut off. There may be a subgroup of AGA fetuses with placental insufficiency who display slowing of fetal growth trajectory while in utero, but do not end up with a birthweight
The Insurtech Leadership Podcast
Jason Berkowitz is currently CEO and Founder of ArrowUp, providing restaurant safety, compliance & leadership. ArrowUp helps restaurant owners reduce risk, satisfy compliance regulations and develop a culture of safety. ArrowUp's Insurtech platform strengthens the relationship between the insured and insurer by utilizing tools to promote safe habits and capture data for enhanced underwriting, ultimately lowering risk and liability for insured restaurant owners. He is addressing a market size of $16B in restaurant claim payouts annually, in a culture where lawsuits and union suits are commonplace. ArrowUp makes restaurants safer by providing leadership development, lowering turnover and building upon the culture within an organization to avoid unnecessary lawsuits. The results have been tremendous, with restaurants seeing 30-50% risk reduction based on OSHA standards for its customers. Jason has opened over 50 restaurants, served as VP of Operations for Umami Burger, and COO and Partner for Tocaya Organica. Follow the Insurtech Leadership Podcast airing weekly hosted by Joshua R. Hollander. We give you up-close access and personal insights from the leaders of the fastest-growing #insurtechs and most innovative #insurance carriers and brokers.
Commentary by Dr. Valentin Fuster
Commentary by Dr. Valentin Fuster
This piece focuses upon disability and patient centered outcomes. Hear Monty Mythen and Desiree Chappell speaking with Duminda Wijeysundera, Professor in the Department of Anaesthesia and the Institute of Health Policy Management and Evaluation at the University of Toronto, and a Staff Anesthesiologist at St Michael's Hospital and Paul Myles, Director, Anaesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine, Alfred Hospital and Monash University. -- This year TopMedTalk is proud to be providing exclusive coverage of the annual ANZCA conference, the professional body responsible for the specialties of anaesthesia and pain medicine in Australia and New Zealand. For more on ANZCA go here: https://www.anzca.edu.au/ And join in the conversation by checking out their socials here: instagram.com/the_anzca/ https://facebook.com/ANZCA1992 https://youtube.com/AnzcaEduAu
Beta-blockers post MI, public perception of statins, trust in the medical profession, BMI, and TAVI are the topics John Mandrola, MD, covers in this week's podcast. This podcast is intended for healthcare professionals only. To read a partial transcript or to comment, visit: https://www.medscape.com/twic I. Post-MI Beta Blockers Long-term Beta-Blockers Not Needed After MI with Preserved Systolic Function? https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/991542 - Association of beta-blockers beyond 1 year after myocardial infarction and cardiovascular outcomes https://heart.bmj.com/content/early/2023/04/16/heartjnl-2022-322115 - Defibrillator Implantation in Patients with Nonischemic Systolic Heart Failure https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/nejmoa1608029 II. Statin Perceptions Statin Misinformation on Social Media Flagged by AI https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/991585 - Artificial Intelligence–Enabled Analysis of Statin-Related Topics and Sentiments on Social Media https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamanetworkopen/fullarticle/2803988 III. BMI BMI Is a Flawed Measure of Obesity. What Are Alternatives? https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/991210 IV. TAVI Access Better Access to Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement Associated With Improved Outcomes https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/991573 - Regional Differences in Outcomes for Patients Undergoing Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement in New York State and Ontario https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cjca.2023.01.025 You may also like: Medscape editor-in-chief Eric Topol, MD, and master storyteller and clinician Abraham Verghese, MD, on Medicine and the Machine https://www.medscape.com/features/public/machine The Bob Harrington Show with Stanford University Chair of Medicine, Robert A. Harrington, MD. https://www.medscape.com/author/bob-harrington Questions or feedback, please contact: email@example.com
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Chevy and The Man Called Dave preview the upcoming UFC 288 card. The main of event of UFC 288 sees Bantamweight Champion Aljamain Sterling (22-3-0) defending his championship against Henry Cejudo (16-2-0). The co main event pits Belal Muhammed (22-3-0) against Gilbert Burns (22-5-0). The rest of the main card is rounded out by: Jessica Andrade (24-10-0) vs. Yan Xionan (16-3-0), Movsar Evolev (16-0-0) vs. Bryce Mitchell (15-2-0), and Kron Gracie (5-1-0) vs. Charles Jourdain (13-6-1). WorkingFansPodcast.Etsy.com Dubby.gg use code FANSWORKING for 10% off your order Contact us at: Twitter-@FansWorking Instagram-workingfanswrestling_pod Facebook-Working Fan's Podcast Subscribe, rate, and review us here: Apple Podcasts- https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Spotify- https://open.spotify.com/show/6DmVnxH... Google Podcasts- https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=... YouTube- / @workingfanspodcast Wherever you can Like, Rate, Review, Subscribe, and tell a friend or two!! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/workingfanpod/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/workingfanpod/support
Cardiac Consult: A Cleveland Clinic Podcast for Healthcare Professionals
"Although statins play a pivotal role in the prevention of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease, many patients fail to achieve recommended lipid levels due to statin-associated muscle symptoms." The CLEAR Outcomes trial evaluated the effect of bempedoic acid on cardiovascular events in patients with statin intolerance. Steve Nissen, MD, Chief Academic Officer of Cleveland Clinic's Heart, Vascular and Thoracic Institute, provides a summary of this trial.
What if we practice radical acceptance through a healthy detachment to OUTCOMES so we could stay present and grateful for the present moment without dreading the "what if's" and "when will's" RESOURCES: https://stevenkharper.com/thiscupIsalreadybroken.html + https://www.marlaneainsworth.com/post/the-cup-is-already-broken + https://jackkornfield.com/the-wisdom-of-insecurity/WATCH: www.youtube.com/juliemericaGET A MONTHLY NOTE FROM ME: www.makeyourdamnbedpodcast.comTUNE IN ON INSTAGRAM FOR COOL CONTENT: www.instagram.com/mydbpodcastOR BE A REAL GEM + TUNE IN ON PATREON: www.patreon.com/MYDBpodcastThe opinions expressed by Julie Merica and Make Your Damn Bed Podcast are intended for entertainment purposes only. Make Your Damn Bed podcast is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/make-your-damn-bed. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Agile World with Greg Kihlstrom
Today we're going to talk about making meaningful changes within an organization to create greater customer outcomes. To help me discuss this topic, I'd like to welcome Anthony Coppedge, Principal Agile Digital Sales Global Transformation Lead at IBM. RESOURCES The Agile Brand podcast website: https://www.gregkihlstrom.com/theagilebrandpodcast Sign up for The Agile Brand newsletter here: https://www.gregkihlstrom.com Get the latest news and updates on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-agile-brand/ For consulting on marketing technology, customer experience, and more visit GK5A: https://www.gk5a.com The Agile Brand podcast is brought to you by TEKsystems.Learn more here: https://www.teksystems.com/versionnextnow The Agile Brand is produced by Missing Link—a Latina-owned strategy-driven, creatively fueled production co-op. From ideation to creation, they craft human connections through intelligent, engaging and informative content. https://www.missinglink.company
With the attention given to the metaverse, it's worth digging into the more practical details of how it's impacting the need for infrastructure, and what the market impacts can be. Ian Hughes and Neil Barbour return to look at recent research, market forecasts, and the evolution of advertising in this new realm with host Eric Hanselman. As practical applications extend from gaming to the industrial metaverse and investment strategies change, branding and advertising are changing along with them.
The Eyes Have It - A BaseballHQ Prospect Podcast
Chris is joined by BaseballHQ's minors writer Doug Otto to discuss the role prospect age plays on Major League outcomes and discussing several prospects relating to their age and level, including Rays prospect Junior Caminero, Rangers prospect Anthony Gutierrez and several Angels prospects.
It is not enough for all children to have access to the human right of equitable and inclusive education. Our schools need to have a clear sense of the outcomes we want each learner to demonstrate. I've talked in some previous episodes about an amazing organization in Guatemala, Camino Sequro. This week on the podcast, I'm sharing more about what makes Camino Seguro special and spotlighting a few other schools and tying in past episodes where we talk about why clear outcomes, a mission that drives the organization, and wraparound support are so important to the success of our students. Systemic support is necessary for our students, including basic human needs like safety, shelter, and food. Combine these with clear student outcomes and we will see a big and positive shift in the education of our youth. Jump in the Conversation: [2:10] - Three aspects of healthy humans and forward-moving organizations [2:30] - Recap of first two parts of this series [2:58] - Looking at mission-driven organizations [4:30] - What I've learned from podcast guests [5:06] - The way we frame direction for students [5:52] - About Philips High School and its mission, vision, and accomplishments [9:46] - How can we get to outcome-based clarity [14:00] - Student outcomes don't change until adult behaviors change [15:30] - What holistic support looks like at LEADPrep [17:30] - My own transition Links & Resources Human Rights: The Right to an Education Human Rights: Giving Back Volunteer/Get involved at Camino Seguro/Safe Passage Safe Passage United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Episode 39: Creating Human-Centered Learning with Jenny O'Meara Edgecombe County Graduate Profile Great On Their Behalf: Why School Boards Fail, How Yours Can Be Effective Great on Their Behalf - first chapter EffectiveSchoolBoards.com Great on Their Behalf Email AJ Crabill Email Maureen Maureen's TEDx: Changing My Mind to Change Our Schools The Education Evolution Facebook: Follow Education Evolution Twitter: Follow Education Evolution LinkedIn: Follow Education Evolution EdActive Collective Maureen's book: Creating Micro-Schools for Colorful Mismatched Kids Micro-school feature on Good Morning America The Micro-School Coalition Facebook: The Micro-School Coalition LEADPrep
Don't pre-plan a negative experience for yourself. Stop yourself within 17 seconds to keep a negative thought seed from germinating. Stop the negative thoughts and don't attract that negative vibration. ~ L.A. Williams How often do you look towards an upcoming event, goal, work or personal situation, and think, “This isn't going to go the way I want?" Most of us are guilty of sometimes assuming the worst of a situation even before it happens. Whether it's a form of self-protection, preparing for what we believe is certain disappointment, or planning a next step after failure, we focus on the potential negative outcome far more than we allow ourselves to consider the positive. Blind for the last 35 years and now a highly successful businessman, L.A. Williams has experienced negativity, and knows that allowing a negative mindset to take root will only bring on more of the same. Once we plant an idea or outcome in our minds, the brain begins to work on that scenario, helping us to consciously or unconsciously achieve exactly what we are telling ourselves will happen. It's essential to stop negativity in its tracks before it takes root–and setting a mental timer to get off the doom and gloom carousel is just the solution. Here at Brilliantly Resilient, we've also welcomed failure with open arms by allowing it to grab hold of our minds. When we believed things wouldn't work out, they didn't, at least in part because all of our mental energy was preparing the way for us to fail. We're believers in intention and mindset. At the very least, living hopefully is a heck of a lot better than living miserably. At best, we've found over and over that showing negativity the door and setting a lovely place for success leads us precisely in that direction. To hear more of L.A.'s wisdom, tune into this week's episode of the Brilliantly Resilient podcast. And be sure to listen for these additional bits of brilliance: I didn't want anyone putting any limits on me. The only thing I can't do that you can do is see. If you're going to be successful, you have to bring the authenticity. People can see, smell and feel the phony coming off you. Let me show you why that is incorrect. I'll show you how I can take the limits and throw them to the side. There are multiple ways to do anything in life and I just have to find out the way I can do it. Adversity University is one of the best places to go to if you want to learn about life. The classes are going to be hard, but it's so worth it. Life is a team game–you have to find the players and coaches who can help you. Instead of assuming there is nothing, we have to ask the questions. You can attract answers by asking the questions. Every answer is out there. Let's be Brilliantly Resilient together! XO, Kristin & Mary Fran
The Commercial Real Estate Academy
The Commercial Real Estate Academy podcast was created to demystify the commercial real estate industry for the masses. During our weekly episodes, we interview industry experts on a host of different commercial real estate-related topics. Through these interviews, we hope to arm you with the knowledge, references, and tools you'll need to confidently pursue commercial real estate opportunities as a business owner and/or an investor. Raphael Collazo and Jeff Walston are excited to introduce their guest for this week! In today's episode, we hosted Padi Goodspeed, SVP /Branch Manager at CrossCountry Mortgage, for a lively conversation about some of the strategies she pursues to set herself apart from her competitors. ▶️ During our conversation, we explored topics such as: • The strategies she pursues to set herself apart from her competitors, • How have the events of the past few months affected the lending landscape, • What does she think the economy's future holds, • What one piece of advice would she share with your younger self, • As well as much more... ▶️ If you're interested in learning more about Padi, feel free to reach out to her via the following links: ▶ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yourmortgagegirl/ ▶ Website: https://crosscountrymortgage.com/ ▶ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Below I've provided links to books that were referenced during the episode: 1. A Child Called It - https://www.amazon.com/Child-Called-Childs-Courage-Survive/dp/1558743669 If you find value in these episodes, please SUBSCRIBE and don't forget to leave us a 5
Excuses Are Distractions Highlights from this episode of Crushing the Day:
Listener Feedback SurveyLearning Objectives:After listening to this episode, learners should be able to:Critique the different VV-ECMO canula configurations available for neonates and children.Describe common strategies for monitoring canula placement in neonates and children. Discuss the two main thought processes for ventilation strategy during VV-ECMO in neonates and children.About our guests:Jenna Miller, MD is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine. She completed her medical school and residency in Kansas City before moving to Texas Children's for critical care fellowship. She is the director of the pediatric ECMO program and the pediatric critical care medicine fellowship at Children's Mercy Kansas City. Her professional and research interests include trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole ARDS, ECMO and medical education.Dr John Daniel, MD is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine. He completed his pediatric residency at the University of South Carolina and his neonatology fellowship at the University of Kentucky. He now is a practicing Neonatal Cardiac Intensivist and the director of the neonatal ECMO program at Children's Mercy Kansas City. ECMO Patient Stories from Children's Mercy Kansas City:https://www.cnn.com/2018/03/21/health/teen-walks-on-life-support-exclusive-profilehttps://www.thedailybeast.com/trevor-hensley-endured-73-days-of-ecmo-to-survive-covidhttps://news.childrensmercy.org/mcpherson-news-ledger-mcpherson-boy-home-following-100-day-hospital-stay/References:Maclare, Graeme, et al. Extracorporeal Life Support: The ELSO Red Book. 6th Edition. Pelosi, er al. Close down the lungs + keep them resting to minimize ventilator induced lung injury. Maharaj et al, Right Ventricular Dysfunction is Associated with Increased Mortality in Patients Requiring Venovenous Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation for Coronavirus Disease 2019Nirmal S Sharma et al. Flexible Bronchoscopy Is Safe and Effective in Adult Subjects Supported With Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation. Rosner EA et al. Flexible Bronchoscopy in Pediatric Venovenous Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation. Gurnani et al. Outcomes of Extubated COVID and Non-COVID Patients Receiving Awake Venovenous Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation, Kohne et al. Tracheostomy Practices and Outcomes in Children During Respiratory Extracorporeal Membrane OxygenationPalen P et al. tracheostomy and long-term mechanical ventilation in children after veno-venous extracorporeal membrane oxygenation.LaRosa JM, Nelliot A, Zaidi M, Vaidya D, Awojoodu R, Kudchadkar SR. Mobilization Safety of Critically Ill Children. Pediatrics. Support the show
OT Potential Podcast | Occupational Therapy EBP
Plagiocephaly has historically been thought of as a benign, cosmetic issue. But, the seminal study we are looking at during this 1-hour course indicates that severe to moderate skull deformity may be best understood as a biomarker for developmental vulnerability. As we'll see, moderate to severe skull deformity was linked with lower cognitive and academic outcomes, when the children reached school age. It is critical to understand that this does not mean that plagiocephaly causes developmental delay. But, given the results of this study, developmental assessment, monitoring, and intervention is recommended for children moderate to severe plagiocephaly. After we break down this article for you, we'll be joined by Amirra Condelee, OTD, OTR/L to discuss the implications for OTs who work with infants—and our role in our communities and families now that we understand the importance of this biomarker.In order to earn credit for this course, you must take the test within the OT Potential Club.You can find more details on this course here:https://otpotential.com/ceu-podcast-courses/ot-plagiocephaly-cognitive-outcomesHere's the primary research we are discussing:Collett, B. R., Wallace, E. R., Kartin, D., Cunningham, M. L., & Speltz, M. L. (2019). Cognitive Outcomes and Positional Plagiocephaly. Pediatrics, 143(2), e20182373. Support the show
Commentary by Dr. Valentin Fuster
Commentary by Dr. Valentin Fuster
Episode 133 Helene Rutledge | Improve Surgery Outcomes, Blended Approach & Longevity In this episode, I speak with Helene Rutledge career of experience in the Healthcare industry to her current role as President and Co-Founder of mend Labs, the Healing Company that is revolutionizing healthcare through Nutripharma-Powered Digital Wellness. Topics Discussed: Clinical Grade Supplements Improve Surgery Outcomes Finding a Comprehensive Health Model Outcomes Matter Doing it Differently Longevity Before & After Approach Instagram: @mendnutrition Website: www.mend.me SUBSCRIBE, SHARE, RATE and REVIEW *Anything discussed in this episode is not medical advice and you should always check with a health professional prior to taking any actions. Please leave a rating and review Connect with me on YouTube , Instagram and Twitter *FREE Your Best Sleep Blueprint Course Available NOW https://bestsleepblueprint.com Causeway Health https://scottshortmeyer.fdnstores.com FIRST10 for 10% OFF BiOptimizers: www.bioptimizers.com CODE: BERESTED for 10% Discount Mighty Meals: https://eatmightymeals.com/order/r/berestedbewell/BioStrap: https://biostrap.com/order-evo/?ref=scottshortmeyeruCondition One Bars: www.goconditionone.com/rest or Code: REST for 20% OFFHVMN https://hvmn.me/rest - Code REST for 10% OFFTherasage Infrared Saunas - www.therasage.com Code REST for 10% OFF EnergyBits: www.energybits.com **20% DISCOUNT CODE: RESTXendurance: http://shopxnd.com/berestedbewellClearlight Infrared Saunas: https://qj959.isrefer.com/go/restandrecovery/restrecoverypodcastTusol Wellness (Smoothies): https://tusolwellness.com/?rfsn=5207570.45dc97 CODE: SCOTT20 Nitric Oxide for You https://no2u.com Code REST for 10% OFF WaveBlockers (Block EMF) https://bit.ly/3WehGYR Code: REST10 for 10% OFF Hard Ketones Alcohol Alternative https://bit.ly/hardketones #respecttherest #berestedbewell #healthylifestyle #rest #recovery #mend #newhealthcaremodel #healthcare #healthoutcomes
Peter is a visionary leader with over 30 years of educational expertise and is known for his transformational insights and commitment to innovative student-centred learning. He has been a school leader in four state and independent schools. Peter is also a Co-Founder and Director of Future Schools. This membership organisation supports over 100 future-focused schools collaborating and innovating together across the Independent, Catholic and Government Sectors, with representation in every Australian State, over 32,700 students, and over 4,680 educators. I hope that you get as much out of this wide-ranging discussion as I did. The Art of Teaching Podcast resources: Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/artofteaching Here is the link to the show notes: https://theartofteachingpodcast.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theartofteaching
This live episode from the Becker's Hospital Review 13th Annual Meeting in Chicago features Jerry Rebo, Director of Pharmacy Value and Outcomes at Novant Health. Here, he discusses his his career journey, what he is currently most excited about in healthcare, and more.This episode is sponsored by Insight Global Health.
I recorded this one in the hotel gym this morning as I reflected on some recent work balancing how our team efforts look with what we're accomplishing. I submit to the listener to consider how many calories to put into the appearance of solid planning and support with providing results-driven outcomes for program and project go-lives and milestones.
Last year, tests revealed a slight improvement in literacy among Idaho's K-3 students, but the state continues to lag behind a number of neighboring states and at-risk students lag even further behind their peers.
In this podcast episode, Mind Surgery Method practitioner and business coach Mindy Lanae shares her insights with host Jillian Flodstrom on how she helps successful entrepreneurs elevate their lifestyles and businesses to new heights. With her extensive experience in sales and entrepreneurship, Mindy combines neurolinguistic programming and mental and emotional release techniques to help her clients overcome limiting beliefs and negative experiences. To access the full video, show notes and resources from this episode, please visit https://scaleyoursmallbusiness.org/blog/. If you have any comments or questions about the podcast, please connect with us using one of the options below: Website Link - https://www.jillianflodstrom.com Facebook Link -https://www.facebook.com/jillianflodstrom/ Instagram Link -https://www.instagram.com/jillianflodstrom/
The Professional Services Pursuit
Welcome to part 1 of a two part episode with author, speaker, entrepreneur, and professional services strategic advisor, Shane Anastasi. Shane is currently the CEO and founder of PS Principles and joins us to discuss the biggest challenges professional services teams face and his key philosophies for being a better project leader and driving better client outcomes.Other topics also discussed in this episode include:The downfalls of traditional PMI training and the importance of defining professional services within your organizationMoving away from order taking to celebrating services and its impactHow to become more consulting oriented towards customers and improve the customers desired long-term outcomesEmbracing the idea of proactive escalations instead of reactive escalations
So, let me just cut to the chase here with very little preamble, and all of this is a setup to the interview that follows, although it is not really what the interview that follows is all about. A mentor of mine used to say, you can't legislate the heart. Let me also suggest you can't give someone in finance financial incentives and then expect them to not prioritize financial incentives. It stands to reason that if the healthcare industry is found to be quite attractive to those who are money focused, then do I need to say this? The money focused amongst us will, of course, do the whatever to the extent that they can make money. They aren't gonna be throwing their backs into quality or cost effectiveness or taking care of patients. They are throwing their backs into making money. Is anyone shocked? Now, don't get me wrong; I'm not a Pollyanna. And in this country, in order to run a healthcare business, you have to make money; otherwise, you'll go out of business. So, do well by doing good and all of that. But how much money is too much money? This is an important line to figure out because that's where you are doing well but you've stopped doing good—you've tipped into financial toxicity. You are taking more than the good you are doing, and the net positive becomes a net negative. But complicating fact of current life, it's becoming increasingly obvious that in order to stand up a practice that can take advantage of value-based care payments—payments where primary care docs mainly at this time can get paid more and likely more fairly to care for patients well—you need a lot of infrastructure. You need data, you need tech, you need a team. Translation: You need money, maybe a lot of money, to invest in all of this. And let me ask you this: Who has a lot of money in this country? Here's the point of everything I just said: These are the external realities that hit anyone trying to do right by patients from every direction. But on the other hand (or maybe different fingers on the same hand), as Amy Scanlan, MD, says in this healthcare podcast, physicians are the backbone of this system. Dr. Scanlan talks in the interview today about the opportunity, and maybe the responsibility, that physicians have here for patients; but also the Eric Reinhart article comes up again about rampant physician moral injury (unpaywalled link with my compliments). Right now might be a great time to read something from Denver Sallee, MD. He wrote to me the other day. He wrote, “Like many physicians, I did not have much understanding of the business side of medicine, as I mistakenly thought as long as I helped take great care of patients that I was doing my job. More recently, it became apparent to me that by ceding the management of medicine to nonclinical administrators and to companies interested primarily in value extraction for the benefit of shareholders that I needed more education in order to truly help patients.” Today as aforementioned, I'm talking with Amy Scanlan, MD, who is chief medical officer of the clinically integrated network (CIN) that is the new joint venture between Intermountain Health and UCHealth in Colorado. We talk about what it's like to be in the kind of messy middle of transformation to integrated care in a clinically integrated network, trying to figure out how to help physician practices and the CIN itself navigate the external environment in a way that empowers different kinds of practices at different points in their transformation journey that empowers physicians to be in charge, and considering clinical and financial outcomes (ie, the business of healthcare). Dr. Scanlan brings up four main factors to consider when plotting strategy from here to there: 1. Give practices the tools that they need to succeed—not what you think they need but what you've discerned they actually need because you've listened to them. 2. Many times, these tools will consist of some combination of data, tech, and also offering the team behind the scenes to help doctors and other clinicians help patients through what Dr. Scanlan calls the “in-between spaces”—the times between appointments. 3. Medical culture really has to change, and in two ways: doctors learning how to be part of and/or leading functional teams and building functional teams. Because there are teams, and then there are teams. Well-functioning teams can produce great results. Nonfunctioning teams, however, are, as Dr. Scanlan puts it, just a series of handoffs. And don't forget, handoffs are the most dangerous times for patients. The DNA of team-based care—real team-based care—for better or worse, are the relationships between team members, between physicians who work together, between doctors and patients, between clinicians and clinicians. So, fostering relationships, creating opportunities to collaborate and talk, is not to be underestimated. How do you re-create the doctors' lounge in 2023? 4. Getting out from underneath the long shadow of fee-for-service incentives, specifically the paradigm that only patients who get mindshare are the ones in the exam room. Value-based care, integrated care is as much contemplating the patients who don't show up as the ones who do. This is a really big mind shift, much bigger than many realize. You can learn more by reaching out to Dr. Scanlan on LinkedIn. Amy Scanlan, MD, serves as chief medical officer for the new joint venture CIN between UCHealth and Intermountain Health—a physician-led, clinically integrated network of more than 700 primary care providers from UCHealth, Intermountain Health Peaks Region, the University of Colorado School of Medicine, and multiple independent practices along the Front Range. Dr. Scanlan trained as a family practice physician and has continued to practice for the past 25 years. She has worked as a physician-owner in a small independent practice and has held multiple leadership positions as part of large health systems. She has served on numerous health system committees spanning quality, innovation, recruitment, and credentialing. She is very familiar with value-based care models, having been part of an accountable care organization (ACO) practice for the past 15 years, as well as participating on an ACO Practice Performance and Standards Committee and serving on a local ACO board. She received a bachelor's degree with honors from Wesleyan University in Connecticut. She obtained her medical degree from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, where she received the Kiwala Award for Research in Family Medicine. Her residency was completed at St. Anthony's Family Medicine Residency program in Denver. She is currently board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and NCQA (National Committee for Quality Assurance) certified in diabetes. 06:33 How is Dr. Scanlan thinking about the transformation process and the shift to value? 09:14 “It is really trying to think about, how do we help practices get there?” 11:46 “The hard part is the in-between spaces.” 14:10 “Team-based care done badly is really just a series of handoffs.” 15:50 “We have to get to that point where the culture of collaboration is more pervasive.” 19:57 “How do we as healthcare providers step in and solve this problem?” 20:04 Why do providers have a responsibility to step in and try to fix the healthcare system? 20:20 Article (unpaywalled) by Eric Reinhart, MD, PhD. 21:50 Why do physicians need to be accountable for the cost of care as well as outcomes? 23:37 Why does physician burnout give Dr. Scanlan hope? 24:25 What is the solution to changing fee-for-service incentives? 25:42 What are some of the challenges facing changing incentives? 27:14 Why is data so important? 28:53 EP393 with David Muhlestein, PhD, JD. 30:11 “It's important to understand that we are in the middle of this change.” 31:16 Dr. Scanlan's advice for those trying to stand up a CIN. You can learn more by reaching out to Dr. Scanlan on LinkedIn. Amy Scanlan, MD, of @uchealth discusses real-world #clinicalintegration on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast Recent past interviews: Click a guest's name for their latest RHV episode! Peter J. Neumann, Stacey Richter (EP400), Dawn Cornelis (Encore! EP285), Stacey Richter (EP399), Dr Jacob Asher, Paul Holmes, Anna Hyde, Dea Belazi (Encore! EP293), Brennan Bilberry, Dr Vikas Saini and Judith Garber
Janelle Bersch, Emily Wilgus, and Heidi Schroeder share how they're using UDL to create classrooms where all students have access to what they need. Period.
Dark Side of Wikipedia | True Crime & Dark History
In a recent interview with Tony, attorney Michael McAuliffe provided expert analysis on the ongoing legal case of Bryan Kohberger. With mounting evidence against him, McAuliffe discussed the potential outcomes of the case, including whether Kohberger would plead guilty or fight the charges in court. His exclusive interview offers valuable insights into the complex world of criminal law and the potential legal battles ahead for Kohberger. Want to listen to ALL of our Podcasts Ad-Free? Subscribe through Apple Podcasts, and try it for 3 days free: https://tinyurl.com/ycw626tj Follow Our Other Cases: Hidden Killers With Tony Brueski (All Cases) - https://audioboom.com/channels/5040505-hidden-killers-with-tony-brueski-breaking-news-commentary Chad & Lori Daybell - https://audioboom.com/channels/5098105-demise-of-the-daybells-the-lori-chad-daybell-story The Murder of Ana Walshe - https://audioboom.com/channels/5093967-finding-ana-this-disappearance-of-ana-walshe Alex Murdaugh - https://audioboom.com/channels/5097527-the-trial-of-alex-murdaugh The Idaho Murders, The Case Against Bryan Kohberger - https://audioboom.com/channels/5098223-the-idaho-murders-the-case-against-bryan-kohberger Lucy Letby - https://audioboom.com/channels/5099406-nurse-of-death-the-lucy-letby-story Follow Tony Brueski On Twitter https://twitter.com/tonybpod Join our Facebook Discussion Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/834636321133
That ALL Might Be Edified: Discussions on Servant Leadership
It was a true joy and a great privilege to have former Division I NCAA basketball coach, current leadership coach and Gonzaga doctoral student, Adam Gierlach on this episode of the podcast. Adam and I share a passion for servant leadership which connected us together. Adam highlighted the importance of nurturing the attributes of care and curiosity to foster connections and relationships as servant leaders and shared a portion of his story of how he transitioned from basketball coach to leadership coach. He reminds us that leadership doesn't need to have anything to do with one's status in a hierarchy, and that as a servant leader it should be more about one's focus on commitment to the growth of others. Adam illustrates the importance of decoupling career growth programs from leadership development and creating a dedicated path to focus on servant first instead of leader first mentalities. This means we are coaching those around us and helping them achieve their ideal self. Adam educates us on the powerful concepts of emotional contagions in organizations and highlights profound research that emphasize the importance of being in tune with the emotions in our teams. The research shows that the lowest performing teams are often characterized as focus on self and as having the lowest emotional range, whereas the highest performing teams have the highest emotional range. This highlights that the case could be made for emotions as one of the most important thing to study in organizations. Adam also teaches the profound implications of negative emotions and even worse the numbing reaction of indifference. Leaders who listen to this material will be better prepared to build a positive community with the real individuals on their teams. Adam operates his own leadership coaching practice, Adam Gierlach Coaching, where he primarily works with athletic coaches and student-athletes, while also serving as a leadership coach for the Doerr Institute for New Leaders at Rice University, and the coaching company Ama La Vida, where he serves executives and leaders across a variety of organizations. He holds a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential from the International Coaching Federation (ICF), and is a certified leadership coach through Rice University's Doerr Institute for New Leaders. As a leadership coach, Adam helps leaders to become servant-leaders, and increase the capacity of individuals to lead. His work with others is a co-creative partnership that provides the time, space, and opportunity for you to learn about yourself, so you can serve others in more life-giving ways and act with greater impact. He transitioned into leadership coaching after nearly a decade in men's college basketball, serving as an Assistant Coach at Rice University and Cornell University. During his time at Cornell University, the program achieved their most successful season in eight years. Adam is a doctoral student in Gonzaga University's School of Leadership Studies, where he studies servant-leadership and leader development. Adam earned his M.A. in Organizational Leadership with a concentration in Servant-Leadership from Gonzaga University, and a B.A. in History from Rice University. He resides in Spokane, Washington. Resources: Adam Gierlach - Love in Basketball: Transforming Inappropriate Power in Men's College Coaching through a Servant-Led Response and Companionate Love https://ijsl.press.gonzaga.edu/articles/10.33972/ijsl.348 https://storage.googleapis.com/jnl-gl-j-ijsl-files/journals/1/articles/348/6398ce65c90fb.pdf Adam Gierlach - Love in Basketball Podcast https://open.spotify.com/show/1eR6O5ydcNfChKnKAFL3jx?si=1851f0a78393416c Sigal Barsade and Olivia A. O'Neill - Manage Your Emotional Culture https://www.emcleaders.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Manage-Your-Emotional-Culture.pdf Marcus A. Canady (USCG) - Racial Tension in America Requires Intrusive Military Leadership https://www.usni.org/magazines/proceedings/2020/june/racial-tension-america-requires-intrusive-military-leadership Richard Boyatzis, & Kleio Akrivou - The ideal self as the driver of intentional change https://kempstreetpartners.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Boyatzis-Akrivou-2006-The-Ideal-Self-as-the-Driver-of-Intentional-Change.pdf His Holiness the Dalai Lama & ArchBishop Desmond Tutu - The Book of Joy: Lasting Happiness in a Changing World The Book of Joy : Lasting Happiness in a Changing World
Harry joins Rafe to discuss a Twitter post that ponders the idea of wonders — societal constructions that neither the architect nor the benefactor nor the labors will ever see completed — and how we never seem to do that anymore.We may do things like age wine or whiskey in barrels for a couple of decades, but our inability to think about how our efforts should be directed toward the Good of those generations into the future is a cultural stumbling block.The best we seem to be doing is trying to renew the American Chestnut tree, a grand hardwood stalwart of the American forest that may only be saved from chestnut blight through multigenerational thinking and some clever crossbreeding.In the end, we find that we are called to do things for those who will come after us, just as those who came before us did for us. Build good long-lasting culture directed toward Truth, Beauty, and Goodness and be content knowing that it will benefit people you will likely never meet.
The United States is in the midst of a mental health crisis. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, one in five adults in the U.S. experiences mental illness each year. And yet, only about half of those who need mental health care receive it – often because of a lack of access to affordable, quality care. Increasingly, people are turning to technology to feel better. But, how do you design health tech to be as effective as traditional mental health care? And where does generative AI fit in? We explore these questions and more with Leslie Witt, Chief Product and Design Officer at Headspace Health, one of the world's largest digital mental health and wellness platforms. Headspace Health has brought together the popular Headspace app for mindfulness, meditation, and care services from its merger with Ginger in 2019, which provides personalized mental health support, coaching, and therapy. Headspace Health has been used by over 100 million people in 190 countries. Leslie talks about the company's mission to make mental health care more accessible and inclusive; the opportunities and challenges of designing and building digital products for mental health and wellness; and the potential of large language models and generative AI to revolutionize our relationship with mental health care.
Listener Feedback SurveyLearning Objectives:After listening to this episode, learners should be able to:The Identify key networking opportunities within the ECMO world.Understand the risks and benefits of VV-ECMO cannulation.Discuss common and newer indications for VV-ECMO cannulation in neonates and school-aged children.About our guests:Jenna Miller, MD is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine. She completed her medical school and residency in Kansas City before moving to Texas Children's for critical care fellowship. She is the director of the pediatric ECMO program and the pediatric critical care medicine fellowship at Children's Mercy Kansas City. Her professional and research interests include trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole ARDS, ECMO and medical education.Dr John Daniel, MD is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine. He completed his pediatric residency at the University of South Carolina and his neonatology fellowship at the University of Kentucky. He now is a practicing Neonatal Cardiac Intensivist and the director of the neonatal ECMO program at Children's Mercy Kansas City. ECMO Patient Stories from Children's Mercy Kansas City:https://www.cnn.com/2018/03/21/health/teen-walks-on-life-support-exclusive-profilehttps://www.thedailybeast.com/trevor-hensley-endured-73-days-of-ecmo-to-survive-covidhttps://news.childrensmercy.org/mcpherson-news-ledger-mcpherson-boy-home-following-100-day-hospital-stay/References:Maclare, Graeme, et al. Extracorporeal Life Support: The ELSO Red Book. 6th Edition. Pelosi, er al. Close down the lungs + keep them resting to minimize ventilator induced lung injury. Maharaj et al, Right Ventricular Dysfunction is Associated with Increased Mortality in Patients Requiring Venovenous Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation for Coronavirus Disease 2019Nirmal S Sharma et al. Flexible Bronchoscopy Is Safe and Effective in Adult Subjects Supported With Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation. Rosner EA et al. Flexible Bronchoscopy in Pediatric Venovenous Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation. Gurnani et al. Outcomes of Extubated COVID and Non-COVID Patients Receiving Awake Venovenous Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation, Kohne et al. Tracheostomy Practices and Outcomes in Children During Respiratory Extracorporeal Membrane OxygenationPalen P et al. tracheostomy and long-term mechanical ventilation in children after veno-venous extracorporeal membrane oxygenation.LaRosa JM, Nelliot A, Zaidi M, Vaidya D, Awojoodu R, Kudchadkar SR. Mobilization Safety of Critically Ill Children. Pediatrics. Support the show
The Daily Mastery Podcast by Robin Sharma
The root cause of all rare-air productive, financial, personal and global success?...your psychology.If you're not thinking like the dominant star of your industry, your performance will never rise to match that expectation.If you're not thinking you can get your massive dreams done, your behavior will never be sufficient to get giant goals done.If you're not thinking like someone who's the rockstar of their field, financially free, healthy as an athlete and happier than you could ever imagine, then there's no way you'll get there.Why? Because your outcomes always reflect your self-identity [a.k.a. your psychology].Researchers like Sonja Lyubomirsky have done some fascinating work on "the power of the self-fulfilling prophecy". Definitely read her book The How of Happiness this week.Bottom line: the hardcore psychologists confirm that your psychology and expectations for your performance determine your results.You absolutely have to learn to think like the very best do to experience the rewards and lifestyle that the VERY best have.If you're seeking some strong inspiration to grow your business and self—along with some novel tools to win—go ahead and read (or listen to) my latest book The Everyday Hero Manifesto. Get it here.FOLLOW ROBIN SHARMA:InstagramFacebookTwitterYouTube
In hour one, Hoch is about to lose his blue checkmark on Twitter but Crowder apparently finessed Elon for a gold one? Plus, we react to the Panthers insane win and the Heat getting blown out with Clay Ferraro of Local 10.