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Top Turtle MMA
Episode 295: Jonny Parsons, Jesse Murray and UFC Vegas 40

Top Turtle MMA

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 37:02


On this week's episode, the guys are giving you their quick picks for UFC Vegas 40. Gumby is also getting you ready for week 8 of the Contender Series with interviews with Jesse Murray and Jonny Parsons, who are both looking for contracts. TIME STAMPS: Jonny Parsons Interview - 2:00 Fights, Dogs, and Parlays: UFC Vegas 40 - 17:35 Jesse Murray Interview - 27:43

Kids These Days Podcast
UNSCRIPTED: Balance, Accessing the Village, Binge liking, How to spell my name, and WELCOME HANEY to her first UNSCRIPTED episode!

Kids These Days Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 39:20


On today's UNSCRIPTED episode, we are welcoming Haney to her first ever UNSCRIPTED episode! We're also checking in with Ruddy to get the real-real on life with TWO littles!  Podcasts referenced in today's episode: How Preschool Teachers Do It: https://www.facebook.com/howpreschoolteachersdoit/Train Like You Listen: https://trainlikeachampion.blog/train-like-you-listen-ld-podcast/  Kids These Days is a co-production of the KCCTO-KITS Infant Toddler Specialist Network (ITSN) and KCCTO Workforce Development (WFD) programs. The KCCTO-KITS Infant-Toddler Specialist Network is a program of the Kansas Child Care Training Opportunities, Inc. (KCCTO) and the university of Kansas Life Span Institute at Parsons. The Workforce Development Project is a program of KCCTO.  Each program is supported through a grant from the Kansas Department For Children And Families' Child Care And Early Education Services. However, information or opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the agency and no official endorsement should be inferred.To learn more about the Infant Toddler Specialist Network, please visit: http://kskits.org/technical-assistance-0.   To learn more about KCCTO and Workforce Development, please visit: https://kccto.org/  Contact us via email at – kidsthesedayspod@gmail.com  Follow and tag us on Instagram & Facebook @kidsthesedayspod & Twitter @ktdpod Cheery Monday by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3495-cheery-mondayLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

Just Plain Wrong
Mules, Parsons, and Hell, Ja Ja! A Discussion on the Electric Amish

Just Plain Wrong

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 34:45


This week, the MennoBrarians return again to the mid-90s, this time to discuss the songs of the parody rock band, the Electric Amish. We chat about lyrics, Amish parsons, and the many jokes about Mennonites burning in hell. While we've included a few clips in the episode, you can find much of the Electric Amish catalog on YouTube.  Let us know your thoughts! 

Power Up for Profits Podcast
185: A Vegan of Many Hats with Paige Parsons Roache

Power Up for Profits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 26:22


Paige Parsons Roache is a high recognized vegan who has made it her life's work to raise awareness about bringing environmentally conscious vegan living to the forefront and reports on all the latest animal rights' aspects, including The Save Movement's vigils, various PETA protests, VegFests, AV Cube of Truths, vegan conferences and more. Boasting many hats, literally, in her day to day endeavors, Paige can be heard in Clubhouse, seen on social media, joining a vigil or cooking a mean pot of vegan chili.  Following her daughter's lead into the vegan lifestyle, when her daughter was just 13, Paige says her work has just begun. A familiar face on the Jane Unchained News Team, Paige is encouraged by all that is transpiring in the vegan movement. To learn more go to: https://janeunchained.com/

JaM Session
Dallas Cowboys Blowout NYG 44-20, How Good Is Dallas, JJT visits Matt, The Rabbit Hole of Life and a Wonky CFB Weekend

JaM Session

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 116:57


(START): JaM discuss their postgame reactions as Dallas is now 4-1 following a 44-20 beating of the NYG. Diggs, Parsons, Gregory and the defense did what they need to do and the offense continued to assert itself as one of the NFL's very best. Looking forward to New England and the possibilities of what lies ahead for this 2021 Cowboys team. (57:04): The Block: JJT visits Matt in Alabama after following Deion Sanders to Huntsville. The beers they enjoyed and the random rabbit hole of life and the paths you take to go where you are. (01:34:20): College Football has a wonky weekend as #1 Alabama loses and the thrilling Texas vs OU game RECORDED 10/10/21. EXPLICIT LANGUAGE INCLUDED.

Dallas Cowboys Podcasts
Mick Shots: Football Friday

Dallas Cowboys Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 49:11


The guys covered a lot of ground Friday, including an extensive injury update for the Cowboys and Giants, potential matchups dealing with Saquan Barkley, where will Parsons be, Dak's Bak and of course the picks.

Eating Crow
Episode 28: Barbie "The Welder" Parsons

Eating Crow

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 49:07


Barbie Parsons (OK, Barbie the Welder) created a movement.It didn't start that way.Barbie had a moment, one of those "I knew right then..." things when she decided welding was her thing. At first it was about pursuing her passion.Her movement? Trades are cool.Barbie has always marched to her own drum. She's brilliant, passionate, and more importantly, 100% true to herself.She stood the entire time we talked, coffee cup in hand, and shared the fears and challenges of starting your own business and balancing the work with the art.And I loved every minute of it.She apprenticed as a welder, learned the craft and paid her dues, but then she took it next level. Barbie's work is breathtaking and she does it by feel, look, and raw talent.Key Takeaways for Leaders and Entrepreneurs:Outsource. Barbie learned early on that for her business to scale she had to bring in outside help. One of her best moves: Someone to handle her video and social channels.The art of self-promotion, without losing your soul. Barbie's presence on social media feels genuine, her content is there to entertain, impress and help you appreciate art and craft. She recognizes this self promotion puts food on the table, but that's it, it's part of her job, not to drive her ego.Do quality work, promote it, and more work will follow. Barbie rarely looks for work now, people come to her.Barbie's Eating Crow Moment:Ditching the traditional path for her passion. College, the big job, etc. Those things weren't for Barbie and aren't for many people. Thankfully Barbie has shown the way for other incredibly talented people to forgo the norm and pursue careers in trades, crafts, etc. - the backbone of our country.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/eating-crow. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Reportage International
Reportage international - À New York, les costumiers de Broadway, une profession de l'ombre

Reportage International

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 2:36


À Broadway, les grands spectacles sont de retour, après un an et demi de fermeture. Une grande partie de la magie de Broadway repose sur des travailleurs souvent peu reconnus : les costumiers. Des maisons qui existent depuis des décennies et qui ont été durement frappées par la crise sanitaire  De notre correspondante à New York, Depuis quelques semaines, dans l'atelier Parsons and Meares, les machines à coudre ont repris leur vrombissement frénétique. Avec la grande réouverture de Broadway, les costumiers croulent sous les commandes. « En ce moment, on travaille sur Hamilton, le Roi Lion, Wicked et on vient tout juste de terminer tous les costumes en satin de "Moulin Rouge". » Parsons and Meares est l'un des quelque cinquante ateliers new-yorkais qui fournissent des costumes pour Broadway, la télévision et le cinéma. Sally-Ann Parsons se réjouit de cette reprise d'activité après la pause due à la crise sanitaire : « On avait fait les derniers essayages de Moulin Rouge, et puis Broadway a fermé le lendemain, le 12 mars. On pensait rester chez nous deux semaines, ça a duré 18 mois ! » Durant cette fermeture, l'atelier de costumes s'était tourné vers la fabrication de masques et de tenues de protection contre le Covid. Une façon de s'assurer un petit revenu. Aujourd'hui, le satin, le cuir, les perles et la soie sont donc de retour. Sally-Ann Parsons, dont l'atelier est le seul à avoir reçu un Tony Award, la prestigieuse récompense des productions de Broadway, est fière de participer à la magie des spectacles. Ici, tout est fait à la main. « Ici, par exemple, nous avons un des corsets pour la petite Nala du Roi Lion. Toutes les perles que vous voyez sur le côté sont enfilées une à une puis cousues au corset. » La réalisation de ce costume a pris 226 heures. Et pour un tel travail, il faut forcément de la passion : « Pour moi, c'est le rêve. Le Roi Lion est le spectacle qui m'a donné envie de faire ce métier. Et le fait que maintenant j'ai la possibilité de travailler dessus, c'est totalement fou ! L'autre jour, on a pu assister à la répétition générale et voir tous nos costumes à nouveau sur scène, c'était très émouvant. » Et c'est justement pour faire connaître leur savoir-faire et tout le travail que nécessitent les costumes que les ateliers de New York ont organisé une exposition spéciale. La première du genre. L'occasion pour les visiteurs de voir la magie de plus près. « Ça change notre vision de pouvoir regarder ces détails et rencontrer les gens qui fabriquent ces costumes et voir à quel point ils sont passionnés. » « C'est incroyable tout le travail qu'il y a derrière ces costumes, c'est époustouflant ! » Maintenant que les spectacles sont de retour, les ateliers de costumes espèrent pouvoir dépasser les difficultés financières que la crise sanitaire a provoquées. En 2020, ils ont perdu plus de 26 millions de dollars de chiffre d'affaires.

Life of a Fashion Student
62. Being a Senior in Fashion School: Thesis Year + Job Hunting

Life of a Fashion Student

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 27:32


I remember starting this podcast in my second semester of sophomore year at Parsons and now, here we are, two years later as a senior in college. Tune into this week's episode as I discuss what the senior year structure is like at Parsons and what my schedule looks like as a Fashion Design major. Stay till the end of the episode to hear about how my job hunting process has been going and my biggest advice for degree-seeking students. As always, don't forget to rate, review, and follow the Life of a Fashion Student Podcast. Additionally, we now have a new Instagram account for this podcast: @lifeofafashionstudentpodcast. You can also find my personal instagram: @kristinamichelleang --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lifeofafashionstudent/support

Kids These Days Podcast
BIG questions for LITTLE children

Kids These Days Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 26:18


On today's episode, Stephanie Haney joins us with her DEBUT episode where she talks about BIG questions for LITTLE children! Open-ended questioning supports reflection, gets them to think critically, and increases self-control over time. Not only does it get them to talking, it gets them to THINK CRITICALLY.  This type of processing- where they have to actually think about what they are going to say helps their brains to develop.  To learn more about Bloom's Taxonomy, visit: https://cft.vanderbilt.edu/guides-sub-pages/blooms-taxonomy/  Kids These Days is a co-production of the KCCTO-KITS Infant Toddler Specialist Network (ITSN) and KCCTO Workforce Development (WFD) programs. The KCCTO-KITS Infant-Toddler Specialist Network is a program of the Kansas Child Care Training Opportunities, Inc. (KCCTO) and the university of Kansas Life Span Institute at Parsons. The Workforce Development Project is a program of KCCTO.  Each program is supported through a grant from the Kansas Department For Children And Families' Child Care And Early Education Services. However, information or opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the agency and no official endorsement should be inferred.To learn more about the Infant Toddler Specialist Network, please visit: http://kskits.org/technical-assistance-0.  To learn more about KCCTO and Workforce Development, please visit: https://kccto.org/ Contact us via email at – kidsthesedayspod@gmail.com Follow and tag us on Instagram & Facebook @kidsthesedayspod & Twitter @ktdpodMusic credit: Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3843-hackbeat License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/  

Decorating Tips and Tricks
All Things Creativity & Home with Miss Mustard Seed - Marian Parsons

Decorating Tips and Tricks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 53:49


Miss Mustard Seed herself, Marian Parsons, is with us today sharing her tips for success and decorating. She's done everything from decorative painting to making slipcovers, she's a successful book author, she has her own line of milk paint, and her artwork has been sold many places online. You can find Marian at her website MISS MUSTARD SEED HERE (https://missmustardseed.com/) She's also on Instagram HERE (https://www.instagram.com/missmustardseed/) Listen to Marian's podcast HERE (https://thecreativeexponent.com/podcast/) We participate in the Amazon and other affiliate programs, so if you make a purchase thru our links we may receive a small fee from Amazon or another affiliate partner. Our participation in no way effects the price you pay. You can find her book FEELS LIKE HOME HERE (https://amzn.to/3lgKukl) DTT defines Dado rail today. Kelly's crush is the Pasted Paper die cuts HERE (https://pastedpaper.com/collections/diecuts) Anita's crush is Whittard breakfast tea HERE (https://pastedpaper.com/collections/diecuts) Hang out with us between episodes at our blogs, IG and Kelly's YouTube channels. Links are below to all those places to catch up on the other 6 days of the week! Kelly's IG HERE (https://www.instagram.com/mysoulfulhome/) Kelly's Youtube HERE (https://www.youtube.com/mysoulfulhome) Kelly's blog HERE (https://www.mysoulfulhome.com/) Anita's IG HERE (https://www.instagram.com/cedarhillfarmhouse/) Anita's blog HERE (https://cedarhillfarmhouse.com/) Are you subscribed to the podcast? Don't need to search for us each Wednesday let us come right to your door ...er...device. Subscribe wherever you listen to your podcasts. Just hit the SUBSCRIBE button & we'll show up! XOXO, Kelly and Anita

Open Door Philosophy
How To Be Happy

Open Door Philosophy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 54:51


In this fourth of a four episode series, Andrew and Mr. Parsons discuss Virtue Ethics as a way to determine proper ethical and moral action. Mr. Parsons recounts a recent, personal moral quandary. Andrew has terrible allergies.

TrailBlazers Impact
Ep. 196 - How to Use Assessments and Coaching in Leadership | Nancy Parsons

TrailBlazers Impact

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 52:45


Do you have a fear to get started as a virtual coach? Nancy Parsons can help you! Nancy Parsons is an expert in leadership development, talent management, human resources, and assessments. She is also the CEO/President of CDR Assessment Group, Inc. (CDR) that she co-founded with Kimberly (Brinkmeyer) Leveridge, Ph.D. In this episode, Nancy explains why assessments and coaching are important for leaders to better understand their team members. In this episode, Nancy helps us understand the importance of coaching and personal assessments to become a self-aware leader and better understand the people you work with. Listen in to learn the importance of being self-aware and remaining resilient to survive a crisis as a leader. You will also learn how to tap into your strengths, what you love to do, and the risks to outperform in your leadership role. Key Takeaways: How to own your worrier side, brainstorm with a coach on what you can do differently, and then practice How to use your empathetic side to your advantage during a crisis as a woman leader Learn to always be resilient and ask for help as a woman entrepreneur  The importance of protecting your work and business through intellectual property SUBSCRIBE on https://TrailBlazersImpact.com   How to work to your strengths and do what you love to find success

Other Voices
Donald Hyman — prospector, panning for the gold of forgotten history

Other Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 42:28


Donald Hyman brings history to life by portraying people from the past.Albany hotelier Adam Black Jr.; James Matthews, the state's first African-American judge; and James Dickson, a New Scotland native and general manager for the Slingerland family, will be reborn on Oct. 5 for those attending the New Scotland Historical Association meeting. “They come back to me like I'm listening to lyrics in a song,” says Hyman in this week's podcast.Hyman researches the often-forgotten men he portrays both online and through original documents like letters and church records. “I try to find in their own words things they would say,” he says.He likens it to being a coffee or wine taster — finding the subtle differences, the idiosyncrasies that distinguish one from another.Hyman concludes of these 19th-Century African Americans, “If the door were open, they would definitely go through it.”Hyman, who grew up in Brooklyn, has a particular fondness for Harlem and its rich history. He studied fashion design at Parsons, focusing on styles during the Jazz Age of the Roaring Twenties, and on the rock-and-roll era of the 1950s.A world traveler, Hyman embraces all of history. Travel, he says, “keeps you from being brainwashed.”He has written plays for the State Museum and portrayed enslaved people at the Schuyler Mansion.Hyman says of the Capital Region, “I just stumbled upon it, like a gold mine.”When he first arrived in Albany, Mary Liz and Paul Stewart, who have restored the home of abolitionists Harriet and Stephen Myers for their Underground Railroad Education Center, walked him around the neighborhood and he felt its richness.Hyman likens what he does now to prospectors who pan for gold, sifting through the debris to find the nuggets.Rather than celebrating baseball players or rappers, he likes to portray individuals who prevailed and overcame. In Jamaica, Hyman said, they would say of these individuals, “They overstood.”“It's not about me,” he concludes of his work. “It's about their legacy.” See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

FINOS Open Source in Fintech Podcast
Journeys Within Fintech: A Panel on Women's Career Progression for OSSF - Tamara Chehayeb Mkarem & Jevon Beckles

FINOS Open Source in Fintech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 29:06


On this episode of the podcast, Grizz sits down with Tamara Chehayeb Mkarem & Jevon Beckles of Scott Logic about the panel they have been planning for OSSF London: Journeys Within Fintech: A Panel on Women's Career Progression. We get into the panel, the topic, why it is important, and why you would want to attend / watch / listen to this panel consisting of: Tamara as moderator; Clair Grayston CAO, Morgan Stanley; Rita Chaturvedi Executive Director, Morgan Stanley; and Jane Gavronsky CTO, Linux Foundation/FINOS. Tamara Chehayeb Makarem - Scott Logic - Lead User Experience Designer Tamara is a Lead User Experience Designer at Scott Logic where she designs web, desktop and mobile applications for clients in financial services and the public sector. She has worked in Beirut, London and New York, and designed native and web applications for Fortune 500 companies. Tamara earned her MFA in Design and Technology at Parsons school of Design The New School, and a BFA in Graphic Design at the American University of Beirut. She lives in London with her husband and two children. Jevon Beckels - Scott Logic - Senior Developer Jevon Beckles is a Senior Developer at Scott Logic with experience in desktop, mobile, web and embedded system technologies. He continues to develop his skills at the enterprise systems level while working with clients to achieve their business goals. As a Caribbean national, he is particularly interested in enabling people from all backgrounds to participate more equally in global society. Journeys within FinTech: A Panel on Women's Career Progression - Rita Chaturvedi & Clair Grayston, Morgan Stanley; Jane Gavronsky, FINOS; Moderated by Tamara Chehayeb Makarem, Scott Logic OSSF London & NYC OSSF London Agenda | OSSF London Registration | More information about OSSF OSSF NYC Agenda | OSSF NYC Registration ►► Visit FINOS www.finos.org ►► Get In Touch: info@finos.org

Dallas Cowboys Podcasts
Hangin' with the Boys: Q-Steak, 7-11 & Preparing

Dallas Cowboys Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 46:13


The boys are talking Bohanna in the middle, Diggs in the secondary and Parsons, well, everywhere. Also going for it on fourth and goal, the team being prepared and what McCarthy brings to the table. It's fan calls and Tweets as we still bask in the victory glow!

Hangin' With The 'Boys
Hangin' with the Boys: Q-Steak, 7-11 & Preparing

Hangin' With The 'Boys

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 46:13


The boys are talking Bohanna in the middle, Diggs in the secondary and Parsons, well, everywhere. Also going for it on fourth and goal, the team being prepared and what McCarthy brings to the table. It's fan calls and Tweets as we still bask in the victory glow!

Kids These Days Podcast
EN ESPANOL: Los Sentimientos Tienen Nombre

Kids These Days Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 15:38


¿Qué haces cuando te enojas? ¿Como sientes tu felicidad? Cuando estas triste ¿como lidias con tus sentimientos? En nuestro primer episodio del podcast en español, hablaremos de las emociones. Si, las emociones cursi pero ¡muy importantes! Vamos a hablar de emociones grandes hoy. Escucha, procesa y toma un descanso si es necesario. Para aprender sobre las etapas de desarrollo de niños (en español): https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/spanish/actearly/milestones/index.html “Kids These Days” o Niños Estos Días, es una co-production entre KCCTO-KITS Red de Especialistas en Infancia y Niñez (ITSN por sus siglas en inglés) y programas de KCCTO Desarrolló del Personal.KCCTO-KITS ITSN es un programa de “Kansas Child Care Training Opportunities, Inc. (KCCTO) y la universidad de Kansas Instituto en la Duración de Vida en Parsons. El Programa de Desarrollo del Personal es un programa de KCCTO. Cada programa se apoya gracias a una subvención de dinero del Departamento para Niños y Familias de Kansas Servicios para el Cuidado de Niños y Educación Temprana. Sin embargo, la información o opiniones expresadas aquí no reflexionan la posición o póliza de la agencia y no se debe inferir ninguna aprobación.  Para aprender más sobre ITSN en inglés, haz clic aquí: http://kskits.org/technical-assistance-0. Para aprender más sobre KCCTO y el Desarrollo del Personal, visita: https://kccto.org/ Contáctanos por correo electrónico al: kidsthesedayspod@gmail.com Síguenos en Instagram & Facebook @kidsthesedayspod y por Twitter @KTDPod Musica: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3843-hackbeat Licencia: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ 

The LGBT Sport Podcast
The One with Joseph Parsons

The LGBT Sport Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 35:44


Joseph Parsons has loved sport for as long as he can remember. From the joys of non-league football to the thrill of getting along to Ashton Gate, it's always been part of the comedian's life - but like many LGBTQ+ people, he didn't always find it easy to reconcile that with his identity as a gay man. Now, Joseph is turning his experiences of being an LGBTQ+ sports fan into a brilliant new hour of stand-up that explores issues like body image, LGBTQ+ equality in sport, and coming to terms with his own sexuality. This conversation touches on all those things and so much more besides - and it's one we think you're absolutely going to love. It's a very, very funny chat - and if you've ever wondered what it's like to bomb in front of a Premier League legend, Joseph has you covered! Plus, it's our 200th episode - so we look back at some of the brilliant guests who have joined us on the show over the past three years. WANT TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OUR GUEST? @posephjarsons josephparsons.co.uk WANT TO GET IN TOUCH WITH THE PODCAST? @jack_murley jack.murley@bbc.co.uk

The Operatory Podcast by Upgrade Dental
Feel Better While Practicing Dentistry with Caitlin Parsons

The Operatory Podcast by Upgrade Dental

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 16:26


Feeling tired, drained and sore from seeing patients all day? Listen as Dr. Bryan Laskin and Caitlin Parsons, CYT, RDH and CEO of Cailtin Parsons Yoga Therapy, discuss workplace pain, the importance of posture and ergonomics, and stress management in the dental field. Check out caitlinparsons.com for more information.

Painted Bride Quarterly’s Slush Pile
Episode 93: Go Away & Come Home

Painted Bride Quarterly’s Slush Pile

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 59:08


In anticipation of the Collingswood Book Festival, we thought it might be nice to have some of our senior editors and a couple of festival participants sit down for a proper chat about poetry and community, the anonymity of sending work out into the void and the anonymity of masks, and of course, bears and bathrobes. Enjoy and let us know what you think! Has the pandemic made writing more universal or melted our minds so terribly that our relationship to literature has changed? Will readings stay virtual and/or can we find a happy relationship between Zoom and IRL? This episode includes these special guests: Cynthia Dewi Oka is the author of Fire Is Not a Country (2021) and Salvage (2017) from Northwestern University Press, and Nomad of Salt and Hard Water (2016) from Thread Makes Blanket Press. A recipient of the Tupelo Quarterly Poetry Prize and the Leeway Transformation Award, her writing has appeared in The Atlantic, POETRY, Academy of American Poets, The Rumpus, PANK, Guernica, ESPNW, and elsewhere. In collaboration with Philadelphia Contemporary, Friends of the Rail Park, and Asian Arts Initiative, her experimental poem, Future Revisions, was exhibited at the Rail Park billboard in Philadelphia from July to August 2021. She has taught creative writing at Bryn Mawr College and is a 2021-2022 Poet in Residence at the Amy Clampitt House in Lenox, MA. She is originally from Bali, Indonesia.  Rogan Kelly is the author of Demolition in the Tropics (Seven Kitchens Press, 2019). His work has appeared, or is forthcoming, in New Orleans Review, The Penn Review, Plume, RHINO, and elsewhere. He is the editor of The Night Heron Barks and Ran Off With the Star Bassoon. We thought we'd include our bio's here, since we never do: Jason Schneiderman is the author of four books of poems, most recently Hold Me Tight (Red Hen 2020) and Primary Source (Red Hen 2016). He edited the anthology Queer: A Reader for Writers (Oxford UP 2016). His poems and essays have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies, including American Poetry Review, Best American Poetry, VQR, The Believer, and The Penguin Book of the Sonnet; he is a co-host of the podcast Painted Bride Quarterly Slush Pile. His awards include the Shestack Award and a Fulbright Fellowship. He is an Associate Professor of English at the Borough of Manhattan Community College and teaches in the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College.  Kathleen Volk Miller has written for LitHub, NYT Modern Love, O, the Oprah magazine, Salon, the NYTimes, Huffington Post, Washington Post, Family Circle, Philadelphia Magazine and other venues. “How We Want to Live,” an essay, was chosen as the penultimate piece in Oprah's Book of Starting Over (Flat Iron Books, Hearst Publications, 2016). She is co-editor of the anthology, Humor: A Reader for Writers (Oxford University Press, 2014). She is co-editor of The Painted Bride Quarterly and co-host of PBQ's podcast, Slush Pile. She has also published in literary magazines, such as Drunken Boat, Opium, and other venues. She holds “Healing through Writing” and “Writing and Neuroplasticity” workshops, and other memoir classes. She consults on literary magazine start up, working with college students, and getting published in literary magazines.  She is a professor at Drexel University.  Marion Wrenn is Director of the Writing Program; Senior Lecturer of Writing and Literature and Creative Writing at NYU Abu Dhabi. Marion C. Wrenn is a media critic, cultural historian, and literary editor who writes essays and creative non-fiction. She earned her PhD from NYU's Department of Media, Culture, and Communication and has received grants and awards from NYU, the AAUW, and the Rockefeller Archive Center.  Recent work on satirical news and citizen audiences have appeared in Poetics. Her essays have appeared in American Poetry Review, South Loop Review, and elsewhere. She co-edits the literary journal Painted Bride Quarterly (pbqmag.org) and has taught writing at NYU, Parsons, and the Princeton Writing Program.  This episode is brought to you by one of our sponsors, Wilbur Records, who kindly introduced us to the artist  A.M.Mills, whose song “Spaghetti with Loretta” now opens our show. 

The DA Show
Tue. 9/28 #1: Parsons Project / Sound Check / Everybody Loves Rays-Mon

The DA Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 42:36


Are the Cowboys NFC contenders? / Your best audio of the day including Doc Rivers getting frustrated with the media / Are Tampa fans getting screwed?   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Entreprendre dans la mode
Frédéric Biousse (Experienced Capital) - On peut faire des choses intelligentes en gagnant de l'argent. (Rediffusion)

Entreprendre dans la mode

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 136:38


Dans cette épisode enregistré en Juin 20219 et diffusé une première fois à cette période, nous allons à la rencontre de Frédéric Biousse, il est le cofondateur d'Experienced Capital. Dans cet épisode, il nous parle de son parcours, de l'importance de la loyauté au travail et de bien s'entourer personnellement et professionnellement, de son rapport à la vulnérabilité, et de beaucoup d'autres sujets. J'ai adoré interviewer Frédéric, j'espère que vous prendrez autant de plaisir à l'écouter ! SE RETROUVER DANS L'EPISODE 00:54 Frédéric Biousse se présente et revient sur son parcours.52:08 Sa carrière chez Cartier, au Printemps puis Comptoir des Cotonniers.01:14:45 Le rachat puis l'explosion de Sandro, la création de SMCP, le rachat à 51% de LVMH.01:26:21 Son départ de chez SMCP, le rachat du domaine de Fontenille.01:43:00 Les débuts d'Experienced Capital, les raisons du succès de Balibaris, son équipe.01:56:47 Ce qui l'inspire, l'évolution de son rapport avec sa vulnérabilité, qui souhaiterait-il entendre dans ce podcast. KEYLEARNINGSPersonnellement, je recrute très peu de profil de grandes écoles. Je suis beaucoup plus attaché aux autodidactes qui ont créés leurs trucs qu'aux grandes écoles. La grande école apprend à travailler mais ne t'apprend pas à être, et elle ne t'apprend pas à prendre des risques, et elle ne t'apprend pas à vendre et à convaincre. La grande école t'apprend à être politique et à te protéger. Donc, il faut mélanger les deux mais il ne faut pas que des profils de grandes écoles.J'ai compris qu'apprendre par cœur ne sert à rien. J'ai compris que ce qui compte c'est conceptualiser l'idée, et ensuite ce qui compte, c'est d'enchaînement les idées, c'est surtout comment on passe d'une idée à l'autre parce que la façon d'exprimer la transition montre qu'on a compris ou pas ce qui était avant et ce qui était après, et ça dans entrepreneuriat et dans la vie de l'entreprise c'est hyper important.J'ai mis tant de cœur dans ma façon de travailler et d'entreprendre pour montrer que : On peut réussir en étant gay sans forcément sortir les drapeaux et militer dans la rue. Pour moi c'est un non-évènement, c'est un non-évènement de le dire. En fait, ne pas le dire serait le cacher et il ne faut pas. Il faut le dire, il faut l'assumer mais on peut réussir en étant gay, ça ne change rigoureusement rien, on peut être gay ou hétéro ça ne change rien.On peut réussir en étant intègre et en étant fidèle aux gens, depuis j'ai une détestation pour la trahison, et j'ai une détestation pour le manque de loyauté et j'ai une détestation totale pour l'ingratitude.La logistique c'est de la fluidité.Quand tu as des failles, tu ne pourras jamais les combler, ça ne sert à rien. On ne répare jamais une faille d'enfance, ça ne se répare pas, ça s'accepte et on apprend à l'utiliser. Moi j'ai appris à utiliser cette hypersensibilité en grande empathie et je sors de moi en fait, c'est-à-dire, finalement autant tout donner. Je trouve qu'il n'y a pas de mérite à échouer sans panache. Quitte à se planter, il faut que se soit chic.Il faut toujours privilégier la création, toujours protéger la création au détriment du marketing.On ne prend pas le pouvoir, il vient naturellement, c'est la légitimité qui donne le pouvoir mais ce n'est pas un truc qui se donne. Tu prends les trois piliers du luxe et les trois piliers du mass market, et tu mets un socle commun : les ressources humaines. Les trois piliers du luxe c'est le meilleur du luxe, c'est : un produit : top, de bonne qualité, identifiable, compréhensible, lisible, différenciant. une image : très haut de gamme avec des excellents photographes, des très très belles photos des boutiques avec uniquement de la vente assistée, uniquement de la relation humaine et pas de libre-service parce que l'enjeu c'est que la client demande sa taille, en se faisant, elle engage un dialogue avec la vendeuse qui lui explique pourquoi Comptoir ou Sandro, c'est cher mais c'est bien.Ensuite, les trois piliers du mass market, c'est : un développement 100% retail, ce que fait Zara, je ne crois pas au wholesale dans la modele renouvellement permanent des collections et la capacité à produire très rapidement pour minimiser les left over stock et les risques de stocks un investissement hyper fort sur la logistique et l'informatique Et en dessous, on a un socle des ressources humaines où on va mélanger les profils.L'aspérité c'est donner du relief à ta vie, c'est donner du relief à ton produit, à ta marque et si tu veux donner du relief à ta marque, il faut que tes ressources humaines aient du relief sinon tu n'y arriveras pas, tu feras un truc aseptisé.Le rapport à la terre ramène une l'humilité qui est très forte et notamment un rapport au temps qui est très structurant. L'agriculture te force à être patient parce que tu ne peux pas aller plus vite que la terre.Si vous n'êtes plus dans la vie, votre boite se plante. Être dans la vie, c'est entretenir la curiosité et refuser toute forme d'élitisme.Pour ressentir une émotion, il n'y pas de ticket d'entrée. La mode c'est pareil. On peut créer un produit sans sortir de Parsons, on peut apporter quelque chose de fort au marché sans être Balenciaga.On peut faire des choses intelligentes en gagnant de l'argent.Je crois fondamentalement au fait qu'on peut avoir des moments difficiles, faire des erreurs et on a tous le droit à l'oubli. Dans l'amitié, dans l'amour et dans l'entreprenariat, on doit avoir un droit à l'oubli, c'est-à-dire qu'on a le droit de se tromper, d'errer, à un moment donné d'être mal, de mal se comporter, ça nous arrive tous et je pense qu'il faut avoir cette sagesse de savoir pardonner et de savoir être bienveillant. Par moment, il y a des gens qui nous font du mal et il faut savoir être bienveillant parce qu'il y a peut-être des circonstances qui pouvaient l'expliquer.Il y a un moment donné, on touche le fond, finalement l'avantage, par moment, il faut le laisser couler parce que quand on touche le fond, on peut s'appuyer pour remonter.Il y a un moment donné, il faut savoir dire stop à son patron, il faut savoir demander, il faut savoir exiger, il faut savoir demander une promotion, demander qu'elle soit concrétisée. Il faut savoir se positionner. Nous qui dirigeons des entreprises, on sait que les managers les meilleurs sont les plus chiants, c'est comme ça. Les bons, ils sont chiants à gérer au quotidien, ils nous font chier tout le temps, ils demandent de l'argent, de la reconnaissance, du pouvoir, de l'autonomie, bah oui mais c'est comme ça, si on veut des béni-oui-oui, on n'avancera pas. C'est comme ça qu'on voit les bons. Les bons entrepreneurs savent s'entourer et ils s'entourent de personnes qui sont meilleures qu'eux dans chaque domaine.Il ne faut pas avoir peur d'échouer, personne ne nous en voudra si on échoue. On n'a qu'une vie, et je pense qu'on a un devoir, c'est, quand on a du talent, de saisir ce talent et de le mettre en œuvre, on a le devoir d'avoir du courage. Les gens qui n'ont pas de courage, qui sont lâches, qui n'osent pas assumer, ça n'a aucun intérêt. REFERENCESComptoir des cotonniers Sandro MajeClaudie Pierlot Louis Legrand Centrale Paris Etienne Daho L'Oréal Bossard ConsultantEtam Nivea Elie Kouby Cartier Richemont PrintempsRussel Reynolds Kering Gucci Princess Tamtam Zadig & Voltaire Uniqlo Lehman Brothers KKR Emmanuel Pradere Domaine de Fontenille Hôtel les Hortensias du Lac Hossegor Balibaris Elle Jimmy Fairly Episode 97 - Antonin Chartier Sessùn Maison Standards Sœur Slip Français Figaret BAM (boîte à musique) NV Gallery L.A Bruket Aesop Ivory Foundation Le brasier – Etienne Daho Promesses – Etienne Daho Sézane Emma François See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Steve Jones Show
Didinger: Parsons Could Play Key Role vs. Eagles

Steve Jones Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 15:55


The Hall of Famer, Ray Didinger, says former Penn State and current Cowboys LB Micah Parsons could play a key role vs the Eagles Monday Night, spaying Jalen Hurts.

Dallas Cowboys Podcasts
Hangin' with the Boys: Speed Hurts

Dallas Cowboys Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 46:13


The Cowboys will be facing some speed on Monday night. How do they prepare? Can a banged up defensive line bring pressure against a veteran Philly offensive line? And will Parsons have a problem adjusting to different roles in-game? Let's slow the Eagles roll.

Hangin' With The 'Boys
Hangin' with the Boys: Speed Hurts

Hangin' With The 'Boys

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 46:13


The Cowboys will be facing some speed on Monday night. How do they prepare? Can a banged up defensive line bring pressure against a veteran Philly offensive line? And will Parsons have a problem adjusting to different roles in-game? Let's slow the Eagles roll.

1920 Clubhouse
Seizoen 3 - Aflevering 2

1920 Clubhouse

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 34:00


De eerste week van Parsons, 4 punten voor Oranje en ook onze andere topcoaches in het buitenland pakken belangrijke punten. We bespreken de opvallendheden rondom de Oranjeleeuwinnen, het laatste nieuws in voetballand en natuurlijk hebben we weer een fijne spraakmaker! Dit keer iemand die heel dicht bij de nieuwe bondscoach staat. Dat en veel meer in aflevering 3!

Dallas Cowboys Podcasts
Media Mash: Parsons, Pollard & More

Dallas Cowboys Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 63:40


Steve Dennis is joined by Jane Slater of NFL Network, Jon Machota of The Athletic and DallasCowboys.com's Rob Phillips to debate a bunch of Cowboys topics, including Tony Pollard's emergence and the best position for Micah Parsons moving forward.

Kids These Days Podcast
UNSCRIPTED: Shutting the book and moving on, Resilience, and a VERY HAPPY 2nd BIRTHDAY to RIO!!!!

Kids These Days Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 36:44


On today's UNSCRIPTED episode, we are talking about some new and exciting things that will be happening on the podcast! As well as, a little talk about resilience, the state of the childcare workforce, and having your co-worker's back. And most importantly – wishing a VERY HAPPY 2nd BIRTHDAY to RIO!!!!Kids These Days is a co-production of the KCCTO-KITS Infant Toddler Specialist Network (ITSN) and KCCTO Workforce Development (WFD) programs. The KCCTO-KITS Infant-Toddler Specialist Network is a program of the Kansas Child Care Training Opportunities, Inc. (KCCTO) and the university of Kansas Life Span Institute at Parsons. The Workforce Development Project is a program of KCCTO.  Each program is supported through a grant from the Kansas Department For Children And Families' Child Care And Early Education Services. However, information or opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the agency and no official endorsement should be inferred.To learn more about the Infant Toddler Specialist Network, please visit: http://kskits.org/technical-assistance-0.  To learn more about KCCTO and Workforce Development, please visit: https://kccto.org/ Contact us via email at – kidsthesedayspod@gmail.com Follow and tag us on Instagram & Facebook @kidsthesedayspod & Twitter @ktdpodCheery Monday by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3495-cheery-mondayLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

Primero y Diez - El Podcast
Parsons es pass rusher | Apuestas desde el espacio exterior | Las rachas de Lamar - Historias de NFL para decir WOW

Primero y Diez - El Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 53:07


La semana 2 de la NFL nos dio historias interesantes, desde el ascenso improbable de Taylor Heinike, las rachas de Lamar Jackson y Matt Ryan, hasta cosas inusuales como el cambio (o regreso) a la función de pass rusher para Micah Parsons y una apuesta realizada desde el espacio exterior. Todo esto aquí en Historias de NFL para decir WOW, relatos y anécdotas de los protagonistas de la liga.

They Want Our Sauce Podcast
Sauce with Simone

They Want Our Sauce Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 12:43


Season 2, episode 2, TWOSday.. doesn't get much better than that. We knew we needed a heavy hitter for this episode, a strong personality. That's exactly who @simone.sullivan is. A fashion designer who can flex a high end dress or a bucket hat made of excess sweatpant material. She's very passionate about Mulan, and Beyonce; she also made the bonnet formal attire. Join us for a true creatives' pod and learn Simone's life,  from Miami, to Parsons, to starting her own brand, and several entertaining tangents about Disney movies and 2000's fashion. Sauce

Dallas Cowboys Podcasts
Cowboys Break: Rush to Judgment?

Dallas Cowboys Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 51:00


The crew debated if Parsons should rush more at DE and if the Cowboys were too aggressive in rushing the punt.

Cowboys Break
Cowboys Break: Rush to Judgment?

Cowboys Break

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 51:00


The crew debated if Parsons should rush more at DE and if the Cowboys were too aggressive in rushing the punt.

Dallas Cowboys Podcasts
Dan Quinn: The Plan For Parsons

Dallas Cowboys Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 20:16


Defensive coordinator Dan Quinn discusses the thinking behind Micah Parsons' move to defensive end against the Chargers and how he played in his second career game.

Kevin and Cory
Stephen Jones on Parsons at DE, Tony Pollard's touches, and more

Kevin and Cory

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 13:31


Cowboys COO Stephen Jones joined the K&C Masterpiece Monday to discuss the team's 20-17 win over the Chargers.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hangin' With The 'Boys
Hangin' with the Boys: Times They Are A-Changing?

Hangin' With The 'Boys

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 48:08


It wasn't always pretty, but the end result sure was. The boys break down the big win over the Chargers, including the offensive game plan, Steele's effort and the bend-but-don't-break defense. Plus, is Parsons' play and attitude possibly leading a culture change?

Dallas Cowboys Podcasts
Hangin' with the Boys: Times They Are A-Changing?

Dallas Cowboys Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 48:08


It wasn't always pretty, but the end result sure was. The boys break down the big win over the Chargers, including the offensive game plan, Steele's effort and the bend-but-don't-break defense. Plus, is Parsons' play and attitude possibly leading a culture change?

Kids These Days Podcast
INTERVIEW: Frances Carlson Part 2 - More about BBP and Consent

Kids These Days Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 24:03


On today's episode, we are wrapping up our conversation with Frances Carlson, author of, “Big Body Play: Why Boisterous, Vigorous, and Very Physical Play is Essential to Children's Development and Learning”, around the topic of Big Body Play and Consent.Today's episode is part four in the Big Body Play series.  Kids These Days is a co-production of the KCCTO-KITS Infant Toddler Specialist Network (ITSN) and KCCTO Workforce Development (WFD) programs. The KCCTO-KITS Infant-Toddler Specialist Network is a program of the Kansas Child Care Training Opportunities, Inc. (KCCTO) and the university of Kansas Life Span Institute at Parsons. The Workforce Development Project is a program of KCCTO.  Each program is supported through a grant from the Kansas Department For Children And Families' Child Care And Early Education Services. However, information or opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the agency and no official endorsement should be inferred.To learn more about the Infant Toddler Specialist Network, please visit: http://kskits.org/technical-assistance-0.  To learn more about KCCTO and Workforce Development, please visit: https://kccto.org/ Contact us via email at – kidsthesedayspod@gmail.com Follow and tag us on Instagram & Facebook @kidsthesedayspod & Twitter @ktdpodMusic credit: Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3843-hackbeat License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ 

Sugar Coated Murder
SCM Dreamy Chocolate Cupcakes [Cosby_Jackson & Parsons]

Sugar Coated Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 50:14


In this episode the vodka drinks are flowing.  There is talk of how Kenny Chesney's chest might taste as the sisters sip/guzzle on a tropical drink after a quick bourbon tasting.  Anne bakes up incredible Dreamy Chocolate cupcakes that are filled with vanilla cream and topped with shiny, dark ganache.  Karen chronicles the senseless murder of a couple in Texas, then Anne unravels the mysterious death of Kay Parsons in Georgia. #kennychesney #bluechairrum #chocolatecupcakes #ganache #vanillacream #galvestontx #staysweet #annevarner #karendevanie Cosby_Jackson case sources: https://www.websleuths.com/forums/threads/two-bodies-found-in-crystal-beach.237304/ http://gomag.com/article/ddeath_in_the_family/ https://www.peacock-panache.com/2015/06/father-charged-in-murder-of-daughter-her-girlfriend-11135.html https://www.galvnews.com/news/free/article_0b7b6781-43dd-532f-9bb1-5886aa468a65.html https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0vMjdanvWs https://www.distractify.com/p/britney-cosby-father-now-true-life-crime https://www.monstersandcritics.com/tv/true-crime/murders-of-britney-cosby-and-crystal-jackson-by-james-cosby-detailed/ https://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/dad-killed-daughter-lesbian-lover-gay-mom-article-1.1722103 https://www.mtv.com/movie-and-tv-awards/episodes/kydwa8/true-life-crime-religious-killing-or-jealous-rage-season-2-ep-1 Parsons case sources: Murderpedia.com Augusta Chronicle.com

Fringe Radio Network
FRN EXCLUSIVE! The Moon Landings Were Real - Johnny on William Ramsey Investigates (FULL session)

Fringe Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021 57:04


The moon landings were not fake! Johnny defends the moon landings on William Ramsey investigates. The Apollo missions. Fake moon landing questions and answers. Did America go to the moon? Yes we did! This is the FULL session including the pre-show. Warm up and set up!

HOPE is Here
What if? (pt 4) Tim Parsons‘ Final Message

HOPE is Here

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 14:46


“What if… we did what we were supposed to do in Christ? God saved us to take the life-changing message of the gospel to the people in our world. What would it look like if we owned it?”  Pastor Tim Parson's last message was preached at Center Point Church in Lexington, Kentucky in August 2021. A few days later he was diagnosed with COVID and just days ago, entered Heaven. Tune in to hear his powerful last message and challenge to follow Jesus and make disciples. CPCLex.org __________________________________________________________________________________________________ Help us Bring HOPE and Encouragement to Others Texting the word GIVE to 833-713-1591 Website https://www.hopeisheretoday.org/donate Shopping on Amazon, select HOPE is Here as your favorite charity (EIN: 83-0522555) Login through this link > https://smile.amazon.com/ch/83-0522555 

Changing the Rules
Episode 84: Creating Adventures thru Cardinal Directions, Guest, Carol Patton

Changing the Rules

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 24:35


Guest Co-host:  Kris Parsons:  kris@parsons-pr.comKris' Website:  https://parsons-pr.com/Secondary Guest Co-host:  Bill Hughes:  w.hughes@verizon.netPodcast Guest:  carol@carolpattonwriter.comCarol Patton's Website:  https://adventuresofmo.com/ Transcription:Kris Parsons00:02Welcome to changing the rules, a weekly podcast about people who are living their best life and how you can figure out how to do it too. Join us with your lively host Ray Loewe, better known as the luckiest guy in the world.Ray Loewe00:16And good morning everybody and welcome to our podcast studio here in scenic Woodbury, New Jersey, and I just did some, something I shouldn't have done. I popped a "p" when I talked into the microphone.  Move back from the microphone, move back. Yeah. Okay, so we're here with our engineer Taylor, we have a great guest today. And we have kind of like, we have an official co-host and kind of a secondary co-host today. Because Bill Hughes joined us in the studio today. And so our guest Carol Patton is going to get it from three people. Carol, just Good morning and you're not on yet. But just say good morning to everybody. Good morning. Thanks for having me. Okay, so we know because we convene every week that the luckiest people in the world are those people who reinvent their own lives, they personally decide what they want to do. And once they've structured their own lives, they live them under their own terms. Now, structuring your own life isn't an easy thing to do. You know, we all kind of have goals or ideas of what we want. But then this thing called life gets in the way, and it just throws bombs at us sometimes. And what we find, though, is that there is a group of people, the luckiest group of the luckiest people in the world, who just find a way to handle it. And they don't let things derail them for very long. And we have one today that we're going to talk to, that's Carol Patton. And Kris on say, Hello. You can say that you're with Parsons, PR again, and then you do branding and all of those things, and then introduce Carol for us.Kris Parsons01:58I will I will. And I'm Kris Parsons, Parsons, PR Yes. And I've been hosting all month with Ray, this is my last Tuesday. I'm very excited. And thank you, Carol is coming to us all the way from Las Vegas. She's, we didn't have her come earlier. So she gets a little bit more sleep. But she is here with us from Las Vegas, Nevada, we're happy to have her. And she was 25 years as a journalist. And then, like all the luckiest people in the world, she decided to pivot. And she is now creating a free online children's series called The Adventures of Mo, which is dedicated to her late puppy dog Mo. And it's very exciting. It's not only an adventure book for kids, but it's also teaching a really valuable skill to children, which is geography. And I think a lot of them need it. So I don't want to talk anymore about it. I'd like Carol to kind of tell us a little bit about her ebook and how you transitioned from 25 years as a major national journalist to something that's really completely different Carol.Ray Loewe03:03Let me help structure that a little bit, Carol. So we know that you are a successful journalist for years. And we know that you wrote a lot of stuff. And who did you used to write for when you wrote and what did you used to write about?Carol Patton03:18I used to write for anybody pretty much that would give me a paycheck. Or anybody from AARP, their website, I used to do business articles for them to the American Heart Association to business or trade publications. I wrote about I'm still writing about doctors who have unusual hobbies for magazines rheumatologists, human resource executive, you know, I probably have written for maybe 50 to 100 different types of organizations or publications. Ray Loewe03:50Okay now, how did we get from there to writing about the adventures of Moe?Carol Patton03:57Well, many years ago, you know, I could see the handwriting on the wall that you know, I was going to be retiring and what did I want to do for the rest of my life retirement to me, never, ever meant, okay, go out to breakfast, and then talk, go shopping and then talk about where you want to go for dinner. That's not how I live my life. So I said, How could I possibly spend the next 20 or 30 years after I retire? And I got this idea in my head, about cardinal directions north, south, east, west, teaching people cardinal directions, because before GPS became available on cell phones and everywhere else in cars, I got I grew so tired of asking people where they were and they had no clue. At the same time, there were some life events that happened. You know, family events, nature takes its course. People get sick, people pass away, my dog passed away, and so I decided to join the passing of my dog with this book, and use my writing skills as a donations vehicle for children's um literacy programs and also animal charities. So that's how that was born.Ray Loewe05:06Wonderful. So let's talk a little bit about Moe and his travels. So what? Where's Moe going? Where did he come from? What's happening?Carol Patton05:17Okay, Mo that the storyline is this Mo. I can't show you where he's at, because kids in this in every chapter, guess what chapter Mo is in. And there's lots of clues in every chapter. So how it starts is Moe finds a key attached to a key chain. And the key chain says Florida, he never heard of Florida doesn't know what Florida is where Florida is. So long story short, he decides along with the other animals that he lives with that this key must be valuable. So he travels along with a bird who's a friend on top of the delivery truck, unbeknown to the delivery driver, to every single state in the country, searching for Florida. So every single chapter in this book or series focuses on a different state, and kids learn geography. In some states, it could be history, cardinal directions, there's also some lessons about friendship and diversity. So it's all wrapped up. And each chapter is very unique, very different. There is no duplication.Kris Parsons06:25I love it. I love it.Ray Loewe06:27Okay, so, you know, I know that other people have read this book, and you had somebody who said, I read the first 10 chapters in a row and would have read more. ButCarol Patton06:39yes, it was I was trying to find somebody to help me market this because marketing is not my forte. So I interviewed a fantastic marketer, her name is Suzanne. And I said you got to read the first couple of chapters because if you're going to market this, you actually have to read the whole book. But just read the first couple of chapters and let me know if you're interested. So about a week later, we connected? And I said, Did you read the first chapter, the first two or three chapters, and she said, Carol, I read the first 10 chapters in a row, you know, it was great, but I had to stop because I had to go to the bathroom. That's the best review, I think I'll ever get no matter how much money I pay. So she is now the marketing director of this project, and she's phenomenal. She works at a high school with a special I believe, special ed kids. And her ideas are phenomenal. And she loves the series. And she's the one who we talk about expanding it beyond second and third graders. So she's you know, nobody does anything in the dark. Nobody does anything in a silo. When you have a project like this, it's important to have people that you trust, respect, are skilled around you. And I have, you know, you want me to continue Ray. Okay, I had to get an illustrator. But when you're starting a project like this, everybody's broke. Nobody has any money. So I called a community college to see if there was a student that would be willing to work for pay, but not you know, $100 an hour kind of thing. So the teacher said, I know someone who's Great. Well, what I didn't realize was, the teacher was sort of an adjunct professor at that college. And she was really a high school teacher. She referred me to a 16-year-old named Ira. And I had to decide, talk about breaking the rules do I partner with a 16-year-old for this project, this project could take, you know, many years. Anyway, Ira did the majority of the chapters, there are two drawings, line drawings for kids to color per chapter. His work ethic is better than most adults I know. He never missed a deadline. He was phenomenal. He is now an engineering student. I believe he was a sophomore in college. And then the next person I found was off. I don't know if you have the next-door app. But it's a neighborhood app. Yeah, it's a neighborhood app. And this guy, I said, I need somebody to do IT. I need a technical person because I'm not. Same thing his name is Saad phenomenal. I remember once I asked him to do a favor for me, he says well, I'm taking a test right now. And then five minutes later, he responded. He says, Okay, I just did it. I took a break from one of the questions. I mean, it's amazing. I feel so lucky to have these people in my life and associated with this project. Ray Loewe09:31Well, I think you make the luck, right, everybody? Yeah. I mean, there's no question about that. And I think it shows out of your passion for the project. And the fact that it's meaningful to you and therefore people want to join. So I kind of like to go back and think about your history here. Let's think for a minute about how other people who hear your story might be motivated to take a project, that's been sitting there and sitting there and sitting there and nothing happened. So how does one get off the rear end and make things start?Carol Patton10:09Well, a lot of it is double duty. And if I can just step back even just a little bit further. I know a lot of people that have golden handcuffs. By that, I mean, they get paid very well, get great Benny's benefits. But they don't want to leave their job. And I had a corporate job, very good pay, very good benefits. And I came home one day for work, I hated it, I hated I disliked the corporate scene. And I told my husband, I wanted to quit and become a freelance writer, I had no clients, you know, after he picked himself up off the floor. You know, we talked about it, and we made some boundaries and some suggestions. And I went ahead with it. And so most of my jobs required writing. And everybody told me that I should become a writer or a journalist, I got that kind of feedback. So I jumped from a, you know, a corporate scene to a nonprofit and corporate scene to becoming my own freelancer. But what I had to do was, I had to have a part-time job to help sustain me, I still had to pay, you know, the utilities, the rent the food bill, you know, all of that. So I worked part-time, and I freelanced part-time until I could freelance full-time, because you got to be realistic about this, right. And so along the way, like I said, you know, 25 years, as a freelancer, I know how to write. And when this idea came along, I was still writing full-time. I was still freelancing, full-time. So double duty, you know, reality sets in you can't just jump in and expect everybody to say, Oh, this is such a great book. So I worked full time, and I never took out a loan for this project. It's very, it can be very expensive if you do something like this. And I paid as I went along, and that was one of the boundaries that, you know, we decided, my husband and I. And so when COVID came last year, many of the magazines I wrote for us through either acquisitions or COVID, didn't have the budget didn't want freelancers, and I found myself sort of out on a limb. And I said, you know, what, if I don't finish Mo now, when will I. So I took advantage of COVID when everybody was stuck home, and I wrote the majority, the rest of the stories, I think maybe like 30 stories, 35 chapters, if you will, during 2020. And I just finished it in June of 2021. So I took advantage of a bad situation, to see how it could benefit me and the other people, the charities that I want to give to. And so that's how it came about.Ray Loewe12:46What a great story.Kris Parsons12:49Oh, yeah, it's a wonderful, positive way of pivoting and taking a bad situation and using that opportunity. You said you started this book in 2013. Right. So it's not like this happened overnight?Carol Patton13:01No, no. And like I said, um, you know, I was thinking about it for a very, very long time. And, you know, cardinal directions. I talked to a teacher, she said that I've never heard of a book that taught kids or introduced children to cardinal directions. And so that's what stuck with me. And also, I remember, I was talking with this woman, she was telling me that she was from Northern Oregon, a city in northern Oregon. And I said, Oh, I never heard of Siri city. And I'm sorry, she first said the name of the city. And I said, Where is it? And she said, Northern Oregon, you know, right next to the California border. And obviously, that's Southern Oregon, she and she didn't know directions. And, and so this had been brewing in me for a while. And then when my dog passed, I said, Okay, how can I marry the two together, and use my writing skills and also contribute, give back to the community at the same time. So that's you know, I was fortunate, and then I was able to marry everything together and proceed. And you know, every year I wrote, you know, one, a couple, one story a month, something like that. And then I got really busy. Life took over, you know, as life events took over, I was sometimes he was unable to do things for many, write stories for many, many months. And then I decided with COVID. Now we're never so I jumped in with both feet.Ray Loewe14:27Give us an example, if you will, about how you incorporate these cardinal directions into a story here. Okay, so pick a story.Carol Patton14:40Okay, well, I'll start from the beginning. Let's say they start at a stage from Washington. And they go I can't remember what they go from Washington to I believe in New Mexico. I identify the highway he's heading on I don't know what the highway is Forgive me. But lets You know, I-95 east or south, and they travel for four or five hours or three days. And so it gives kids a sense of direction, okay, they're heading east, they're heading west, they're heading south. And so at the beginning of every chapter, or within the first page or two of every chapter, you get a sense of direction of which way they traveled. Because every story has clues in it, about where they are, there could be the names of cities, there could be the motto of the license plate, there could be the history of that state. You know, so kids guess. And that's part of the game of this, Where's Moe now, so you can track them going across the country. And they in one chapter, they meet a professor, a Professor of directionology. And he explains the directions, you know, what, north, south, east, west are. And so I thought I had to throw that in, in a more formal sense. Kris Parsons16:00Right, I hope you put route 66 in there. That's like the famous route 66.Carol Patton16:07I can't remember. But I'll tell you, I learned so much about this country about how I think I could probably go from the first chapter, which is Alaska, all the way to Florida without a roadmap. Great. But yeah, yeah, it was fun. It was, a lot of fun to do. And it was probably the most challenging thing I've ever done.Kris Parsons16:24Well, and also tells isn't there, somebody big that's all of a sudden interested in this. And, and this kind of ties into the whole luckiest person in the world, how you take chances, you kind of cold call people, you know, I mean, people say, Oh, you can't do that. But you've done it. And now you've got somebody big kind of interested in this book, right?Carol Patton16:44Yeah, yeah, I Well, we'll find out. It's still on the drawing board now. But I call I wanted to contact children's literacy programs. And obviously, the gold standard for one of those charities is reading is fundamental. They've been around for about 55-60 years, something like that. So I cold call them I don't I didn't have any context. I didn't know anybody. And I ended up speaking, I believe with the marketing VP, and we're trying to work something out where they could help promote Mo and I could help fundraise for them. I also sent out, you know, this is hard work, I don't want anybody to think that luck is just you wake up one morning, and you know, everything falls in your lap. I sent out over 200 emails to everybody in every state, every location in that state, a lot of the chapters take place in a museum or a park. So I would send the email to those locations. And, you know, two of them. One of the stories takes place at Kitt Peak National Observatory, the parent company of Kitt Peak, wrote us back saying, We love the chapter, and they wrote a story about it in their staff newsletter. The state of Arkansas parks department, again, really enjoyed the story, and they promoted it on their Facebook page. Now I know there's a way to get more return for your investment because two out of 200 is really a poor investment. But that's you have to reinvent yourself, you have to keep trying different things. Some will fail, some will succeed, but you got to keep trying.Ray Loewe18:22Yeah, and 2 out of 200 actually, isn't that bad? Yeah. Okay. It's not that bad at all. And it's significant into what the results are. So every project kind of has a beginning, a middle. And then where's it going next?Carol Patton18:36Well, what I want to do is, oh, Mo also sponsors contests, free children's contests, you have to read a chapter to answer your question, and you get a really cool, fun prize. So we've done two of those already. As I said, the story was just finished in June. So we just started marketing in July, less, you know, eight weeks ago. So we've done all these things in eight weeks. What I'm hoping to do is have a lot of teachers, a lot of parents, download the story, read them, I asked for a $1 or $2 donation, half of the donations after taxes or any advertising that the website may attract will be donated to these charities, and the other half will sustain the series. So you've got to grow it. And so I'm trying to grow it right now, to get this on everybody's bookshelf, libraries as well. The story is also being reviewed as we speak. And, you know, so that's and I'm hoping to also half of whatever products I sell, it could be a T-shirt, it could be a compass, it could be anything related to the stories, half of those that are being that will be sold. Any revenue I get from those product sales will also go to the children's charities, and also animal charities. So that's what's next.Ray Loewe20:05Well, that's great. And this book is free, right? Yes, yes, totally free, free, $1 donation, something like that. But how do you get it?Carol Patton20:15You go to Adventuresofmo.com, you do not have to donate anything. If you can afford to, the charities that I'm hooking up with would definitely appreciate your donation. But I'm asking you to donate $1 or $2, if you cannot afford it, the book is free, I did not want to ban this book from people who could not afford it. So I made sure that the donations were very minimal. Ray Loewe20:44Cool, and we'll make sure that you know, that site is available on our podcast notes so that people can find it. And unfortunately, Carol we're getting near the end of our time. 20 minutes goes by really fast when you're having fun. I think you have an incredible story. That's a learning story for a lot of people who might listen to this podcast, it's a story about how you take an idea and make it happen. When a whole lot of things are telling you it's gonna be difficult to make it happen. You know, you had one quote that I see from our pre-interview, I don't know if you want to comment on it, but "Appreciate what you have and focus on what you want." Is that kind of what you did here.Carol Patton21:33Yeah, yeah. And, you know, the other thing I tell people is, if you wonder why you are where you are in life, at this point, look at the choices and look at the decisions you've made. And that will tell you, you know, I could have easily said, Oh, I'll do this tomorrow, oh, I'll never make it I, you know, the biggest challenge I have is doubt, self-doubt. And I threw self-doubt out of the house out of my mind. He or she or they are not ever allowed back in. So you just have to look at the choices that you make and tell yourself, you know, based on reality, of course, you know, I could not be a brain surgeon, but I can be a writer. You know, is this what I want? And if it is go after it. And if you fail? You know, the biggest word in the world is if I did not want to spend the rest of my life wondering if so now I don't have to.Ray Loewe22:35Cool. Alright, Bill or Kris any closing comments?Kris Parsons22:38No, I just I was just really engaged. And I have to tell you, Carol, you could just feel your passion through the microphone. It's really wonderful. And it's exciting. And I'm very excited to see how this book goes. And I think that Carol is probably a typical example of what the luckiest people of the world are you. You really found the passion you went for it? You pivoted? You did all those things. So we're excited to follow your  progression. Yeah.Carol Patton23:05Thank you keep my fingers crossed. Yep, Bill Hughes23:07there was clearly something that went before here. And I picked up on several of those things that you mentioned because there were some parameters that you circled around your objectives. And they have to fit within that framework. And that's part of a maturity that occurs over a lifetime. And is a very, very strong thing to get to people to know because then they can use that themselves. I really appreciate that.Carol Patton23:34Yeah, I'm not going to take out a second mortgage on my house, you know?Kris Parsons23:38Not that much of a passion, right, right.Ray Loewe23:41Exactly. Well, and you don't have to, you know, I think you find a way and that's what the luckiest people did. So, thank you so much for being with us. And you're gonna show up again on one of our cocktail hours and answer questions for people who want to know more, more about Mo right?Kris Parsons24:00More about Mo there we go. Carol Patton24:01A lot of fun. Thanks for having me.Ray Loewe24:04All right, everybody. Thanks for being with us. And we'll be back next week with another wonderful guest and Taylor sign us off.Kris Parsons24:14Thank you for listening to changing the rules, a weekly podcast about people who are living their best life and how you can figure out how to do that too. Join us with your lively host of Ray Loewe, better known as the luckiest guy in the world.

Kids These Days Podcast
How to Implement Big Body Play!

Kids These Days Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 20:13


On today's episode, we are covering some tips to implementing Big Body Play into your program. Today's episode is part three is the Big Body Play series and relies heavily on the book “Big Body Play: Why Boisterous, Vigorous, and Very Physical Play is Essential to Children's Development and Learning” by Frances Carlson. KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT KANSAS LAWS AND REGULATIONS FOR LICENSING PRESCHOOLS AND CHILD CARE CENTERSRegulations referenced include:K.A.R. 28-4-132. Child care practices.; K.A.R. 28-4-427. Program.; K.A.R. 28-4-434. Preschools.; K.A.R. 28-4-436. Child care centers: physical plant.; K.A.R. 28-4-437. Child care centers: outside area.; K.A.R. 28-4-438. Child care centers: program; K.A.R. 28-4-440. Infant and toddler programs. KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT KANSAS LAWS AND REGULATIONS FOR LICENSING DAY CARE HOMES AND GROUP DAY CARE HOMES FOR CHILDRENRegulations referenced include:K.A.R. 28-4-132. Child care practices.; K.A.R. 28-4-115a. Supervision. ; K.A.R. 28-4-116. Daily care of childrenKids These Days is a co-production of the KCCTO-KITS Infant Toddler Specialist Network (ITSN) and KCCTO Workforce Development (WFD) programs.The KCCTO-KITS Infant-Toddler Specialist Network is a program of the Kansas Child Care Training Opportunities, Inc. (KCCTO) and the university of Kansas Life Span Institute at Parsons. The Workforce Development Project is a program of KCCTO.  Each program is supported through a grant from the Kansas Department For Children And Families' Child Care And Early Education Services. However, information or opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the agency and no official endorsement should be inferred.To learn more about the Infant Toddler Specialist Network, please visit: http://kskits.org/technical-assistance-0.  To learn more about KCCTO and Workforce Development, please visit: https://kccto.org/ Contact us via email at – kidsthesedayspod@gmail.com Follow and tag us on Instagram & Facebook @kidsthesedayspod & Twitter @ktdpodMusic credit: Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3843-hackbeat License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ 

HOPE is Here
What if? (pt 2) Tim Parsons‘ Last Message

HOPE is Here

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 14:40


“Freely you have received, freely you should give…” Brother in Christ, Tim Parsons, was welcomed to Heaven in the arms of Jesus just days ago, on August 26th, 2021 after complications from COVID ended his time on earth. Little did he know that he was preaching his very last message a little over a month ago. Tune in to listen as Tim asks “What holds you back from being faithful? Sometimes the blessings from God can encumber us.” __________________________________________________________________________________________________ Help us Bring HOPE and Encouragement to Others Texting the word GIVE to 833-713-1591 Website https://www.hopeisheretoday.org/donate Shopping on Amazon, select HOPE is Here as your favorite charity (EIN: 83-0522555) Login through this link > https://smile.amazon.com/ch/83-0522555 

BODS Mayhem Hour
EP - 200 John Logan Parsons III of Immerser 7-27-21

BODS Mayhem Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 38:24


This podcast episode is from 7-27-21... John Logan Parsons III of Immerser joins the podcast to talk about his new single & official music video for "Transmute." Produced and Engineered by Kane Churko at the Hideout Studio in Las Vegas Nevada.. It's all happening on BODS Mayhem Hour Podcast....plus much more!!!!!   __________________________________   #Immerser #BODSMayhemHour   Learn More About Immerser  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Immerserband  Site: https://www.immerser-official.com/  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/immerser_music/  Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/IMMERSER2  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4-pU47pfL6nidVOri2CkFA  ________________________________ If you're new, Please Subscribe!: BODS Mayhem Hour YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/c/BODSMayhemHour247  Follow BODS Mayhem Hour:  Website: http://bodsmayhemhour.com  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BODSMayhemHour/  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BODSMayhemHour247  Twitter: https://twitter.com/Bod24  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bods.mayhem.hour  Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/bodman247  Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5dpB4oBaxifyzIj4bF6gSP  Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/bods-mayhem-hour/id1495876975  Podbean Podcast Site: https://bodsmayhemhour.podbean.com/  Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkLnBvZGJlYW4uY29tL2JvZHNtYXloZW1ob3VyL2ZlZWQueG1s  Iheart Radio Podcast: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-bods-mayhem-hour-56955566/  TuneIn App & Alexa: https://tunein.com/radio/BODS-Mayhem-Hour-Podcast-p1405286/?topicId=160527750  Listen Notes Podcast - https://www.listennotes.com/podcasts/bods-mayhem-hour-john-marshall-_yrpRuPk5X1/  ( Intro & Outro Music By Dan Drago )

HOPE is Here
What if? (pt1) Tim Parsons‘ Last Message

HOPE is Here

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 14:46


Tim Parsons didn't know it but was preaching his last sermon a little over a month ago before contracting COVID and after complications, was welcomed into Heaven just days ago, on August 26th. Tune in to today's broadcast to listen to Tim explore Mark chapter 6 on how to be a follower of Jesus and make disciples. __________________________________________________________________________________________________ Help us Bring HOPE and Encouragement to Others Texting the word GIVE to 833-713-1591 Website https://www.hopeisheretoday.org/donate Shopping on Amazon, select HOPE is Here as your favorite charity (EIN: 83-0522555) Login through this link > https://smile.amazon.com/ch/83-0522555 

Working Dog Radio
Episode 143: Anyplace. Anytime. Anywhere with Rudy Parsons

Working Dog Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 90:44


Your Working Dog Radio hosts, Eric @vanessk9 and Ted @Ted_summers, sit down with USAF Master Sergeant Rudy Parsons. ⁣ ⁣ Parsons has over a decade experience as a USAF Pararescueman, and seven years with the Kentucky Air National Guard. Parsons has five deployments, and three humanitarian (CivilSAR) deployments. With all of this experience, Parsons started his own SAR K9 Program based on Pararescue mission in Haiti after earthquake in 2010. USAF Special Operators jumped into Haiti to open up a non operational airport and land aircraft for relief. Some members of that team spent three days searching a certain pile of rubble for survivors and found none. After three days, FEMA showed up with K9 and searched the pile in under 20 mins, discovering there was no one alive in the pile. That was the birth of the the concept for Parsons' program three years ago.⁣ ⁣ The gents also discussed Parsons' 4 year old Dutchie, K9 Callie. Callie was procured from PennVet Working Dog Center under Dr Cindy Otto and she is the only Search and Rescue K9 in the entire DoD, and is trained for free fall, helicopter infil/exfil, Maritime Operations, tactical wheeled vehicles, technical rope rescue, alpine and cold weather travel according to military qualifications. K9 Callie is also certified in area scent, live find, USAR (FEMA Equivalent Cert), Wilderness (NSDA and DHS Certs), and Avalanche (C-RAD Cert this winter). ⁣ ⁣ This pair is truly impressive; so be sure to sit down, listen up, and learn a thing or two! ⁣ ⁣ Thank you to our AMAZING partners.⁣ @KineticDogFood⁣ kineticdogfood.com⁣ ⁣ @americanaluminumaccessories ⁣ ezrideronline.com⁣ ⁣ @horizonstructures⁣ 888-447-4337⁣ horizonstructures.com/commercial-dog-kennels⁣ ⁣ @rayallenk9 ⁣ rayallen.com⁣ “WORKINGDOGRADIO” 10% off⁣ ⁣ @dogtraofficial ⁣ dogtra.com⁣ “WDR10” for 10% off of a single item over $200⁣ ⁣ @hits_k9 Training & Conference ⁣ hitsk9.net⁣ ⁣ @quickdermbyvetcare ⁣ vetcare.us⁣ “10WDR” 10% off of your 1st order⁣ ⁣ @almk9equipment⁣ almk9equipment.com⁣ “WDRADIO” 10% off⁣ ⁣ Music by @brotherdege ⁣ brotherdege.net⁣

Kids These Days Podcast
INTERVIEW: Frances Carlson, author of "Big Body Play"

Kids These Days Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 38:21


On today's episode, we are speaking with Frances Carlson, author of "Big Body Play - Why Boisterous, Vigorous, and Very Physical Play Is Essential to Children's Development and Learning"!  Kids These Days is a co-production of the KCCTO-KITS Infant Toddler Specialist Network (ITSN) and KCCTO Workforce Development (WFD) programs. The KCCTO-KITS Infant-Toddler Specialist Network is a program of the Kansas Child Care Training Opportunities, Inc. (KCCTO) and the university of Kansas Life Span Institute at Parsons. The Workforce Development Project is a program of KCCTO.  Each program is supported through a grant from the Kansas Department For Children And Families' Child Care And Early Education Services. However, information or opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the agency and no official endorsement should be inferred.To learn more about the Infant Toddler Specialist Network, please visit: http://kskits.org/technical-assistance-0. To learn more about KCCTO and Workforce Development, please visit: https://kccto.org/ Contact us via email at – kidsthesedayspod@gmail.comFollow and tag us on Instagram & Facebook @kidsthesedayspod & Twitter @ktdpodMusic credit: Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3843-hackbeat License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ 

THNX: A Feelgood Podcast
Episode 74: Emily Parsons

THNX: A Feelgood Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 37:11


Emily Parsons, who grew up on the East Coast, became a winemaker 12 years ago. She began working as an assistant to one of the founders at Eagle Harbor Wine Co. in 2009 while continuing her education at the University of California Davis. After getting married, she and her husband invested in Eagle Harbor Wine Co. in 2012; then, in 2014, she purchased it. Emily is now the owner and operator of the winery and lives with her husband of over 30 years and their 2 children in Bainbridge Island, Wisconsin. 

Rigs to Real Estate
[RTR058] Real Estate Market Insights with Deputy Chief Economist Jay Parsons

Rigs to Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 37:38


Jay Parsons is the Deputy Chief Economist at RealPage which is the premier data analytics company for the rental real estate industry. Jay joins me on the show to give an all-encompassing update on the state of the multifamily and single family rental industry. We chat rent growth, best and worst performing markets, up and coming markets, and we take a peek into Jay's crystal ball of what's to come for the asset class!