In this episode, I speak with Shruti Rustagi on taking a job beneath your experience, feeling not good enough, dealing with the inner critic and breaking bad habits.★ Shruti's Bio: ★ With 16 years' experience as a global leader and a Woman of color, in Fortune 100 Companies, most recently as a CFO, Shruti supports clients worldwide in growing leadership effectiveness and maximizing life!During her 17-year corporate career, Shruti led teams and initiatives across a wide spectrum of industries and functions – Consulting, Corporate Strategy, M&A and Business Finance. She shaped the investment philosophy ($5bn investment) for worldwide marketing in Amazon, built out the finance function for a $1B business in Middle East, spearheaded formulation of growth strategy for Novelis ($11B company) through foray into new spaces and launched Aditya Birla Bizlabs in India – an Accelerator and venture fund for one of India's biggest diversified conglomerates.As an ICF certified PCC coach, she has supported executives, leaders, actors and entrepreneurs all around the world to elevate their leadership and success through more than 800 hours of coaching. She has coached and mentored middle management leaders worldwide to move to the next level. Being a certified Positive Intelligence coach, she has taken workshops and run customized programs on Resilience, healthy high performance and work life harmony for Fortune 500 companies.Shruti is passionate about building leaders and supporting coach leaders in driving broader societal change. As Director of Programming & Education in ICF (International Coach Federation) Washington chapter, she focuses on furthering the chapter's and ICF Global's DEIBJ agenda by means of programs, trainings and events as well as support coaches in building and honing their coaching competencies.Connect with Shruti:https://www.linkedin.com/in/shrutirustagi/https://www.shrutirustagi.com/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkUfX2Ywg6USy_I30OhZ9Nwhttps://www.instagram.com/shruti.rustagi.cl/
The PCC (Primeiro Comando da Capital) is a well-known criminal organization in Brazil, but it is not referred to as a "cartel." The PCC was originally formed in the late 1990s within the prison system but has since expanded its influence beyond prison walls, engaging in various criminal activities.Here is a general overview of the PCC:Formation and Origins:The PCC was founded in 1993 within the São Paulo prison system.Originally formed as a prison gang, it later evolved into a criminal organization with significant influence both inside and outside the prison walls.Expansion and Criminal Activities:The PCC has expanded its influence to various parts of Brazil and is particularly active in São Paulo.The organization engages in a wide range of criminal activities, including drug trafficking, arms smuggling, extortion, and bank robberies.Hierarchy and Structure:The PCC has a hierarchical structure with leaders at the top who give orders to subordinates.The organization is known for its strict code of conduct and discipline among its members.Violence and Conflict:The PCC has been involved in violent conflicts with rival gangs and law enforcement.Prison uprisings and attacks on public officials have been carried out to assert their influence and control.International Connections:The PCC is known to have connections with other criminal organizations and drug cartels, both within Brazil and internationally.Challenges for Law Enforcement:Brazilian authorities have faced challenges in combating the PCC due to its widespread influence and sophisticated operations.Efforts to dismantle the organization have often been met with violent resistance.In this episode, we take a dive into the orginization and how they have made literally billions by sending cocaine to Europe.(commercial at 14:22)to contact me:email@example.com:The ruthless Brazilian narcos bringing a 'tsunami' of cocaine to Europe's streets: How bloodthirsty 'PCC' cartel led by 'Playboy' boss went from prison gang to billion-pound-a-year drug smuggling behemoth linked to mafia around the world | Daily Mail OnlineThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5080327/advertisement
In this episode Judith Germain speaks to Jim Wetrich about the key areas where good leaders often go wrong, such as lack of self-awareness, poor communication, and being too rigid in their decision-making. They discuss the lack of self-awareness among leaders, often due to a false sense of security and a lack of continuous development. They also highlight the importance of considering the whole person and the need for work-life balance in today's organisations. Jim and Judith discuss the importance of having a personal credo and doing work that one is passionate about. They also highlight the need for companies to define and communicate their understanding of diversity in order to create a consistent and meaningful approach across different regions. In this conversation Judith and Jim discuss the importance of diversity in its broadest sense, encompassing various backgrounds and differences. They also emphasise the need for companies to streamline communication platforms and be more transparent in order to build trust and drive continuous improvement. James G 'Big Red' Wetrich, LFACHE, PCC is a best selling author and expert on leadership. He has has an impressive career in the health care and medical device spaces having ha responsibilities in 3 continents. He is passionate about developing people. You can find out more about our guest and today's episode in this Maverick Paradox Magazine article here. --- Maverick leadership is all about thinking outside the box and challenging the status quo. It's about having the courage to take risks and the confidence to lead in a way that is authentic and genuine. But amplifying your influence as a leader isn't just about having a strong vision or a big personality. It's also about having the right leadership capability and being able to execute on your ideas and plans. The consequences of not having the right level of influence as a leader can be significant. Without the ability to inspire and motivate others, you may struggle to achieve your goals and make a real impact. How Influential Are you? Take the scorecard at amplifyyourinfluence.scoreapp.com and see. Judith's book: The Maverick Paradox: The Secret Power Behind Successful Leaders. Judith's websites: The Maverick Paradox Magazine - themaverickparadox.com The Maverick Paradox Website - maverickparadox.co.uk Judith's LinkedIn profile is here, her Twitter profile (MaverickMastery) is here, Facebook here and Instagram here.
In this World Shared Practice Forum Podcast, Dr. Mark Hall discusses immunology and inflammation in pediatric sepsis treatment, using immune phenotyping to personalize treatment for pediatric sepsis. LEARNING OBJECTIVES Upon listening to this presentation, learners will be able to: - Recall the history of understanding the inflammatory response in critically ill children - Identify the distinction between the pro-inflammatory response and the immune paralysis phenomenon - Describe the study of immune phenotyping to personalize treatment for pediatric sepsis AUTHORS Mark W. Hall, MD, FAAP, FCCM Chief, Division of Critical Care Medicine Nationwide Children's Hospital Professor in the Department of Pediatrics Division of Critical Care Medicine Nationwide Children's Hospital and The Ohio State University College of Medicine Jeffrey Burns, MD, MPH Chief and Shapiro Chair, Division of Critical Care Medicine; Executive Chair, International Health Services Senior Associate in Critical Care Medicine; Department of Anesthesiology, Critical Care and Pain Medicine Boston Children's Hospital Professor of Anesthesia Harvard Medical School DATES Initial publication: November 27, 2023. ARTICLES REFERENCED 15:48: Cornell TT, Sun L, Hall MW, et al. Clinical implications and molecular mechanisms of immunoparalysis after cardiopulmonary bypass. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg. 2012;143(5):1160-1166.e1. doi:10.1016/j.jtcvs.2011.09.011 16:10 Collaborative Pediatric Critical Care Research Network, https://www.cpccrn.org/ 17:04 VanBuren JM, Hall M, Zuppa AF, et al. The Design of Nested Adaptive Clinical Trials of Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome Children in a Single Study [published online ahead of print, 2023 Jul 27]. Pediatr Crit Care Med. 2023;10.1097/PCC.0000000000003332. doi:10.1097/PCC.0000000000003332 Please visit: http://www.openpediatrics.org OPENPediatrics™ is an interactive digital learning platform for healthcare clinicians sponsored by Boston Children's Hospital and in collaboration with the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies. It is designed to promote the exchange of knowledge between healthcare providers around the world caring for critically ill children in all resource settings. The content includes internationally recognized experts teaching the full range of topics on the care of critically ill children. All content is peer-reviewed and open access and thus at no expense to the user. For further information on how to enroll, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org CITATION Hall MW, O'Hara JE, Burns JP. Immunoparalysis and the Future of Personalized Immunotherapy for Critically Ill Children. 11/2023. OPENPediatrics. Online Podcast. https://soundcloud.com/openpediatrics/immunoparalysis-and-the-future-of-personalized-immunotherapy-for-critically-ill-children.
There are always going to be other people who do what you do and talk on the same topic. Have you ever collaborated with someone who's in your same industry, who does similar work? It may seem counter-productive to do this because they're kind of competitors, after all. But what if you could change your perspective on this? Having a thought partner who's in the same industry can be very beneficial, which you'll hear in today's episode. My guests are two women who met in our Thought Leader Academy last year and have stayed connected ever since. They both work in the corporate leadership space, but with different approaches and types of clients. Tenice Wehmeyer, PCC, founder of Wehmeyer Leadership Coaching, is dedicated to cultivating vulnerability-based trust and courage in leaders for brain-friendly collaboration. Cherie Mylordis is a business transformation expert, leadership coach and speaker. As the founder of nextgenify, Cherie helps future-focused leaders innovate, transform and thrive with a unique, contemporary approach. The three of us talk about: Why they decided to connect and stay in touch What it means to have a thought partner and how it has benefitted them How you can go about finding your own thought partner Having accountability in getting big things done Why they joined the Thought Leader Academy And more! About My Guests: Tenice Wehmeyer, PCC, founder of Wehmeyer Leadership Coaching, is dedicated to cultivating vulnerability-based trust and courage in leaders for brain-friendly collaboration. Drawing on over 25 years of experience in corporate HR and leadership development, she empowers leaders to take charge of their journey and achieve their unique vision of success. Tenice has conducted numerous impactful workshops, virtual sessions, and individual coaching sessions, influencing thousands of leaders, using her strategic three-step framework, fostering dynamic ripples of influence and maximizing leadership ROI. In addition to her on-the-job experiences, Tenice also holds a master's degree in Organizational Development and Leadership from Fielding Graduate Institute, as well as a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) designation from the International Coach Federation (ICF). Cherie Mylordis is a business transformation expert, leadership coach and speaker. As the founder of nextgenify, Cherie helps future-focused leaders innovate, transform and thrive with a unique, contemporary approach. She inspires her clients to think differently and achieve extraordinary outcomes beyond what they could have imagined. Cherie understands why many transformation programs fail and how to avoid it. She also recognises that uncertain times create enormous opportunities for innovation, new directions and courageous leadership. With a passion for leadership and organisational culture, Cherie follows inspiring case studies around the world and shares her insights with clients. Cherie is based in Sydney, Australia, and she works with clients around the world. Her track record spans top-tier consulting, large corporates, government departments and non-profits. She credits the five years spent organising the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games for shaping her approach to purpose-driven leadership and collaboration on a massive scale. About Us: The Speaking Your Brand podcast is hosted by Carol Cox. At Speaking Your Brand, we help women entrepreneurs and professionals clarify their brand message and story, create their signature talks, and develop their thought leadership platforms. Our mission is to get more women in positions of influence and power because it's through women's stories, voices, and visibility that we challenge the status quo and change existing systems. Check out our coaching programs at https://www.speakingyourbrand.com. Links: Show notes at https://www.speakingyourbrand.com/360/ Tenice's website: https://wehmeyerassociates.com/ Cherie's website: https://www.nextgenify.com Discover your Speaker Archetype by taking our free quiz at https://www.speakingyourbrand.com/quiz/ Enroll in our Thought Leader Academy: https://www.speakingyourbrand.com/academy/ Apply for our in-person client retreat speaking intensive in Orlando: https://www.speakingyourbrand.com/retreat/ Connect on LinkedIn: Carol Cox = https://www.linkedin.com/in/carolcox Tenice Wehmeyer (guest) = https://www.linkedin.com/in/tenicewehmeyer/ Cherie Mylordis (guest) = https://www.linkedin.com/in/cherie-mylordis Related Podcast Episodes: Episode 324: Creating Strategic Collaborations with Cara Steinmann Episode 317: [Coaching] Using Client Case Studies Effectively in Your Presentations with Cherie Mylordis
Alfredo Moreno, Community Relations Manager at PCC shares how after being open for about a year after the COVID-19 pandemic, PCC is looking to expand its enrollment, get community feedback, and once again become a thriving center of affordable education in Newberg. We also discuss the history of PCC, its role in our community, what role community colleges play in education as well as his thoughts on what the future holds.If you would like to learn more about PCC Newberg, would like to provide course recommendations, or are interested in teaching a course, you can contact Alfredo at email@example.com.If you're interested in getting each episode sent to your inbox when it comes out, you can subscribe here.This episode is brought to you by The Joyful Roberts Group, a local family-run real estate team led by Daniel Roberts. To learn more about the Living in Newberg YouTube Channel, click the link above.Support the show
ADHD Coach & self-advocate Brooke Schnittman MA, PCC, BCC returns to discuss helping people overcome ADHD related challenges. Brooke Schnittman MA, PCC, BCC is an esteemed expert in the field of ADHD management and support, renowned for her unwavering dedication to empowering individuals with ADHD to overcome challenges and achieve their full potential. Her new book is Activate Your ADHD Potential. Brooke's personal journey, being diagnosed with ADHD later in life and marrying into a family of ADHDers, has provided her with profound insight and empathy for her clients. In 2002, she embarked on her mission to make a positive impact in the lives of individuals with disabilities. She earned her Bachelor's in Elementary Education from Penn State University and her Master's Degree from New York University, specializing in Students With Disabilities. With over two decades of experience, Brooke has worked closely with thousands of individuals with ADHD, utilizing her comprehensive knowledge and expertise to guide them toward success. In 2018, she founded Coaching With Brooke, a groundbreaking organization that has rapidly become a leading global authority in the field of ADHD coaching. Beyond her coaching practice, Brooke actively contributes to the ADHD community through various initiatives. She is the mastermind behind ADHDEdCamp, a platform that fosters education and collaboration within the ADHD community. Additionally, Brooke co-hosts the popular ADHD PowerTools podcast and hosts the SuccessFULL with ADHD Podcast, where she shares valuable insights and strategies to help individuals overcome obstacles and achieve success. For more about Brooke: https://www.coachingwithbrooke.com/ To order Brooke's book: https://www.coachingwithbrooke.com/activatebook Follow Different Brains on social media: https://twitter.com/diffbrains https://www.facebook.com/different.brains/ https://www.instagram.com/diffbrains/ Check out more episodes of Exploring Different Brains! http://differentbrains.org/category/edb/
Adolpho Birch III is currently the Chief External & League Affairs Officer for the Tennessee Titans football team. Previously, he spent more than two decades working for the National Football League (NFL) in various roles. The NFL is one of the Founding Members of the Partnership for Clean Competition, and Adolpho is one of the PCC's Emeritus Board of Governors Members. In this episode, Adolpho discusses his career, his experiences supporting clean sport, and anti-doping advances in football over the years. In addition, to continue the celebration of the PCC's 15th anniversary this year, Adolpho talks more about the history and impacts of the PCC in the anti-doping movement.
No podcast ‘Notícia No Seu Tempo', confira em áudio as principais notícias da edição impressa do jornal ‘O Estado de S.Paulo' desta terça-feira (21/11/2023): O presidente eleito da Argentina, Javier Milei, reiterou ontem os planos de fechar o Banco Central. Segundo ele, mesmo com as medidas que pretende tomar, a inflação – de cerca de 140% ao ano – deve levar até dois anos para cair. Milei reafirmou também a intenção de privatizar a petrolífera YPF e os meios de comunicação estatais, como a TV Pública e a Rádio Nacional. Para isso, precisará do aval do Congresso, onde não tem maioria e espera receber o apoio da coalizão Proposta Republicana (PRO), do ex-presidente Mauricio Macri. Rompendo uma tradição, sua primeira viagem não dever ser ao Brasil. Ele pretende ir para EUA, Israel e Uruguai ainda antes da posse, em 10 de dezembro E mais: Internacional: Bebês prematuros são levados de Gaza para Egito Metrópole: Ação do Brasil e dos EUA impõe perdas bilionárias ao PCC e à Máfia dos Bálcãs Economia: Com aperto financeiro, pedidos de recuperação sobem 62% no ano Política: ANJ vê métodos de ‘regimes autocráticos' em ataques ao Estadão Esportes: Seleção brasileira pega a Argentina no Maracanã com ‘dinizismo' em xequeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today we're on the line with Fernando Celis, PCC, an icon in the industry, a coach who has been coaching way longer than coaching was a thing — all the way back to the 1980s. Today, Fernando surfs, boxes, coaches, instructs, and is the founder and leader of ILC International Life & Leadership Coaching Academy — a coach training institute founded in Caracas, now based here in Miami, and up to very recently, a school that exclusively served Spanish-speaking students, here in the USA, but predominantly in Latin America. Welcome to the show, Fernando Celis.Fernando's official site: https://fernandocelis.com/The ILC International Life & Leadership Coaching Academy: https://ilcacademy.com/And! A little bit most on your host, Eric Goeres, PCC: https://www.ericgoeres.com/
On this episode of the Psychedelic Invest Podcast, host Bruce Eckfeldt is joined by Matthew Helt, a certified psychedelic integration coach and CEO of Prairiesattva. As an ICF-certified PCC growth and development coach, psychedelic integration coach, and CEO of Prairiesattva, Matt works with startup founders and other leaders who recognize that something's missing in their lives and in their work. Matt also coaches people who've been called to use plant-medicine and are in need of integrating what they've learned into their lives.
Welcome to the 74th Episode of the #100MasterCoaches Show. In this episode, Mel interviews Clare Norman from England, UK. With over 20 years of coaching experience, Clare is highly sought after by other expert coaches, as well as successful coach training companies as a Master Mentor Coach. Clare looks to continually sharpen individuals' coaching edge and upskill mentor coaches so they can deliver high-quality feedback to their coaches-in-development. Her laser focus on mindset shifts and her knack for spotting marginal gains has made her a go-to person for coaches looking for mentorship and practical, meaningful ways to improve their practice. With an international following from both her coaching peers and senior leadership, Clare is making a difference in the world of work via the professional application of coaching. Her mission across all her work is to encourage leaders to put people and the planet before profits. In 2015, Clare started her own business, Clare Norman Coaching Associates. Drawing on 25 years of learning and development experience gleaned from leading L&D strategy within NatWest and Accenture, she specializes in transition and leadership coaching, alongside mentor coaching and coaching supervision. Clare's first book, "Mentor Coaching: A Practical Guide" is a work of passion and according to Fran Fisher MCC, makes a significant contribution to the conscious evolution of the coaching profession, and offers a new paradigm for coach mentoring and the continuous personal and professional development of the coach.' Her second book, "The Transformational Coach", enables you to shed the ineffective scripts, trappings, and beliefs that a lifetime of personal interactions, professional training, and even your parents have taught you, such that you can reset your thinking to a beginner's mentality and so begin a fulfilling and exciting journey to coaching mastery. Living in the New Forest, Hampshire with her bloodhound and husband, Clare is a prolific blogger and an award-winning regular feature writer for industry magazines and journals. She is also a popular speaker, often called upon to deliver webinars and keynotes to fellow coaches looking to sharpen their edge. You too can be an ICF Credentialed Coach like Clare. We invite you to start your journey today at Catalyst Coach. www.catalystcoach.live.
Join Liv in this week's episode as she is joined by Leadership Coach, Mentor Coach, and IGC's Level II Graduate Program Director, Kendell Daly. Kendell is a cosmetologist, educator, and mother who has helped women all over the world build confidence and leadership skills to achieve their goals and dreams as new developing Life Coaches with ease. Kendell's expertise in obtaining ACC and PCC credentials with the International Coaching Federation while opening new opportunities for coaches and business owners is invaluable. Her guidance, combined with her passion for empowering women, has made her an integral part of the IGC community. If you're looking to take your career as a life coach to the next level, Kendell's insights and experience are a must-listen. Get ready to be inspired and motivated to pursue your dreams and make them a reality. KEY POINTS: How Kendell came to Inner Glow Circle (from a different Life Coaching Program, btw) Kendall's story from Course student to leading the Level II Coach Training Program, Leader's Rising How Kendal diversifies her Certification in multiple areas of the coaching industry How Kendall believes coaching is a form of self-care How coaching has impacted Kendell's growth journey personally and professionally RESOURCES: Have you graduated from Level I Coach Training or another Coach Training program? Learn more about IGC's graduate program Leader's Rising at innerglowcircle.com/leadersrising and prepare yourself to get your PCC credentials with the ICF. CONNECT WITH KENDELL: Work with Kendell: https://www.innerglowcircle.com/kendell-daly Follow Kendell on Instagram CONNECT WITH IGC: Find your purpose, live it, and get paid with Inner Glow Circle, an ICF Accredited life coach school for women, by women: innerglowcircle.com Find out more about IGC's financing options, email: firstname.lastname@example.org Speak with an Admissions Advisor NOW: innerglowcircle.com/call Want to get started on your business plan?! Our New Coach Necessities course is only $99 right now: innerglowcircle.com/newcoach Like what you're hearing? Connect with us on social media! IG | @innerglowcircle - instagram.com/innerglowcircle FB | @innerglowcircle - facebook.com/innerglowcircle --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sixfigurecertifiedcoach/message
In this week's episode, we talk about the WORST episode of The Office, who should pay on a first date, using awkwardness as your superpower, and much more. Indulge! Make sure to subscribe and sign up for notifications for fantastic dating and relationship advice brought to you by Maria Avgitidis! Buy Henna's book: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1646871456 Henna Pryor, PCC is a highly sought after Workplace Performance Expert and an award-winning 2x TEDx and global keynote speaker, executive facilitator, and coach. Her clients call her their “secret weapon for impossible change,” an honor she wears proudly. She's known for her science-backed approach to improving the social fitness, confidence, and performance of hungry high achievers – in her fun, no-nonsense, no-jargon way – to move them from their first level of success to their next one. Her debut book, Good Awkward, just published on September 26th and has been endorsed by NFL Quarterback Russell Wilson, former HBR Editor Karen Dillon, and received the rare Kirkus Star for excellence in writing. Follow on LinkedIn and IG: @hennapryor Or visit her website: https://pryoritygroup.com/
In today's episode, Allan and Eric discuss a question posted in the Bug Bux Facebook group regarding subscription-based billing. There are many pros and cons to help you decide if this is a route that will work for your pest control company. Topics include:Subscription-based services and customer retention (3:10)Long-term vision and strategy (8:19)Implementing changes in your PCC (16:11)Subscription-based billing and its benefits (20:30)
Monya Bunch is a seasoned attorney and certified DEI leader, who currently serves as WilmerHale's Director of Diversity Equity & Inclusion (DEI). Monya's legal background includes over ten years of private law firm practice, in addition to serving as in-house counsel at a brokerage services firm. In addition, Monya served as an adjunct professor at the Howard University School of Law and the University of Maryland, College Park. She served as a law clerk for the Honorable Damon J. Keith, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and has been recognized by Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers Magazine as a “Rising Star” and profiled in Washington Lawyer magazine. She recently received Diversity Journal's Black Leadership award, which honors individuals who are trailblazers in their field and promote diversity and inclusion. Monya earned a J.D. from Howard University, where she served as Editor-in-Chief of the Howard Law Journal, an M.P.A. from the University of Hartford, an undergraduate degree from Hampton University, and Georgetown University's Executive Certificate in Strategic Diversity and Inclusion Management. Monya was born and raised in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn and is a proud graduate of Brooklyn Technical High School. Learn more about Monya LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/monya-m-bunch-battle-esq-she-her-51b9473/ Shout-out: Today's Diversity Leader Shout-out goes to: Sukari Pinnock Fitts MSOD, PCC, Program Director Georgetown Executive Certificate in Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Management The ALFDP community (Association of Law Firm Diversity Professionals) Ronald C. Machen, Chair, Litigation/Controversy Department Music: Vente by Mamá Patxanga is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License Amor Y Felicidad by SONGO 21 is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 International License --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/si-suite/message
Has Seattle's office worker traffic peaked?That's one potential takeaway from the surprise closure of PCC Community Markets' downtown grocery store and reports of a stalling return-to-office trend.The store, in the heart of downtown Seattle at 1320 4th Ave., opened just last year following pandemic-related delays. It will close Jan. 31.PCC CEO Krish Srinivasan, a former Remitly and Amazon exec, said in a statement Wednesday that the flagship store is unprofitable and “we do not see that changing for the foreseeable future.”In a press release, PCC said the store has “significantly underperformed” relative to original forecasts “in large part due to persistently lower numbers of office workers and residential grocery shoppers in the city center following the pandemic.”As Bloomberg reporter Matt Day pointed out, one potential reason for the store closure is Amazon.Support the show
Today on the show, Paul and Ben talk about why Paul started the show an hour early, the origin of the term Disco Nap, Anglish, spoilers for Fall of the House of Usher, spoilers for Midnight Meat Train, the PCC closing, the Seattle Hellscape, the movie Divine Intervention, the Hi-Point … Continue reading →
Brooke Schnittman MA, PCC, BCC is an esteemed expert in the field of ADHD management and support. Today we chatted about how folks with ADHD can optimize their life, feel less overwhelmed, and mental tools that can help them accomplish their personal and professional goals.More about Brooke:Website: coachingwithbrooke.com Book: Activate Your ADHD Potential Instagram: @coachingwithbrookePodcast: SuccessFULL with ADHDList of Free ADHD resources: Download hereMore about the host, Livi Redden, at:Would love it if you left a podcast review: click hereSocials, Book, TEDx: stan.store/livireddenGet your questions personally answered by the podcast guests by joining:My text community (US + Canada Only)My IG Broadcast Channel
No Provocast desta semana, Marcelo Tas conduz uma conversa com Bruno Paes Manso, um renomado jornalista e pesquisador afiliado ao Núcleo de Estudos da Violência da Universidade de São Paulo (NEV-USP). Além de ser autor de vários livros que abordam a atuação das facções criminosas no Brasil. Durante a entrevista, Manso aborda temas cruciais, como a problemática da violência policial no Brasil, seu vínculo com as milícias e o impacto do Primeiro Comando da Capital (PCC) na transformação da cena criminal do país. O pesquisador destaca que a violência policial representa um problema significativo e é vista como a raiz das milícias. Em outro momento da conversa, Bruno Paes Manso discute como o Brasil viu sua paisagem criminosa se reconfigurar com a ascensão do PCC, levando à disseminação de gangues com base prisional por todos os estados do país.
Join Paul W. Reeves, Ed.D - a longtime teacher and school principal, and the father of three children - and his guests, as they discuss the world of parenting your children, from birth through age 100! Also included are excerpts and discussions of Paul's parenting book, "A PRINCIPAL'S FAMILY PRINCIPLES - Raising Your Kids to Be Happy and Healthy, While Enjoying Them to the Fullest". On today's show, in addition to reading the chapter, "Get Down Or I'm Outta Here!" from his book, sharing wisdom from others, and a bit of humor, Paul played Part 2 of his interview with JODEE GIBSON. JODEE GIBSON, a Master Coach & Human Behavior Expert from Michigan, as well as the author of, "Healing Your Map - A guide to understanding discernment, trauma and human behavior", will join us to discuss masking dysfunction, emotional regulation, and the effects of normalizing trauma, and much more - including "healing", not "treating". FROM HER WEBSITE: "Jodee Gibson, PCC is not your average coach. She is a soul-led outlier who is not afraid to challenge the status quo or disrupt an industry in order to create effective, sustainable change. As a professional coach and speaker, she has created massive change and generated millions of dollars for her clients including Keller Williams Realty, National Institute of Health, the University of Michigan and the International Coaching Federation. Jodee has built recognized corporate cultures and recently published her first (award-winning) book, Healing Your Map, encompassing developmental trauma. Her holistic approach is deeply layered in developmental psychology, NLP, neuroscience, consciousness, trauma, intention, levels of energy, professional coaching and the law of vibration. This unconventional approach emerges from pairing her often tumultuous experiential education with her extensive formal education. The intersection she creates with these is beyond fascinating. Jodee resides in Oakland County, Michigan. She coaches and speaks worldwide. Although she is considered an expert in this field, she will forever remain a student of this work. This is a glimpse of her educational path - PhD in Psychology & Human Development • current student Master of Arts • Organizational Leadership Licensed NLP Trainer • The Society of NLP Certified Professional Coach (CPC - iPEC) Professional Certified Coach (PCC - ICF) Certified Trauma Practitioner ELI Master Practitioner (iPEC) Former ICF Michigan Board Member & President Compassionate Inquiry student (Dr. Gabor Maté) verifiable at credly.com" www.jodeegibson.coach/home
The Polynesian Cultural Center (PCC) is a family-centered cultural tourist attraction and living museum located in La'ie, on the north shore of O'ahu, Hawai'i. Our first guest is President Puatata Alfred Grace who is a New Zealand Māori from Tūrangi, Aotearoa. He is a BYUH alum who advanced through the ranks working his way up to be the first ever Chief Operating Officer in 2008 and 5 years later was promoted to the number one position: President and Chief Executive Officer of PCC. Our second guest is Delsa Atoa Moe who is a former PCC student-worker and BYUH graduate from Samoa with over 40 years of employment utilizing her multifaceted talents here until she worked her way all the way up to become the Vice President of Cultural presentations. Ou third guest is Telesia Tonga who is the Senior Cultural Ambassador and MC Coordinator at PCC. She is also the mother of the talented Tonga sisters, everyoneʻs favorite aunty, and she is the first person on our podcast who is actually related to Iam Tongi. Our last guest is Kap Teʻo-Tafiti who is everyoneʻs favorite cultural practitioner and man of many talents. He is the Senior Cultural Ambassador for the Samoa village who has been here for over 30 years. Although he is one of 28 siblings, he stands out from the crowd with his amazing skills with the fire-knife, tree climbing, and effortless humor. In this episode we talk about the history of the Polynesian cultural Center, how everyone ended up at PCC, their own individual Polynesian cultures and stories, Aloha, and so much more. Enjoy! Find PCC here: https://www.instagram.com/polynesianculturalctr/Find Sia here: https://www.instagram.com/telesiatonga/ Find Kap here: https://www.instagram.com/kapcultureandart/Filmed at https://polynesia.com/
Chris Sullivan with a Chokepoint: Metered merging lanes will be opening between I-90 and NB I-5 // Sam Campbell on the Burien camping ban // Thane Rosenbaum on the testimony of Donald Trump Jr. in the family's civil fraud trial in New York // Daily Dose of Kindness: Lewiston, Maine hosts a Gratitude Day // Gee Scott on the closing of Downtown Seattle's PCC store // Dr. Devorah Heitner on the impact of social media on kids and teens' mental health
Henna Pryor joins Something For Everybody this week. Henna Pryor, PCC is a highly sought after Workplace Performance Expert and an award-winning 2x TEDx and global keynote speaker, author, and executive coach. Her clients call her their “secret weapon for impossible change,” an honor she wears proudly. She's known for her science-backed approach to improving the performance, habits, and actions of hungry high achievers – in her fun, no-nonsense, no-jargon way – to move them from their first level of success to their next one. Her best-selling book, Good Awkward, published on September 26th and has been endorsed by NFL Quarterback Russell Wilson, former HBR Editor Karen Dillon, and received the rare Kirkus Star for excellence in writing. In this conversation we talk about awkwardness, confidence, the growth edge and gifts in the garbage. - Sponsors: AMARE GLOBAL: The Mental Wellness Company - get $10 off your next order - https://www.amare.com/155249/en-us/ (use code: EVERYBODY) Get 10% discount on all For Everybody products at https://shopforeverybody.com/ (use code: SFE10) Get 10% off Jocko Fuel at https://store.jockofuel.com/ (use code EVERYBODY) - Extra Stuff: Follow Henna on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hennapryor/ Buy Henna's Book: https://pryoritygroup.com/book/ Website: https://pryoritygroup.com/ - Check out my mental health non-profit, YouAreLoved: https://youarelovedlife.com/ Subscribe to my newsletter: https://aaronmachbitz.com/ Something For Everybody Merchandise → https://shopforeverybody.com/collections/somethingforeverybody - To support me on Patreon (thank you): https://www.patreon.com/AaronMachbitz (Recorded on October 5th, 2023) Edited by Ben Rogerson (@BenRogerson_) Intro music by Residual Audio (Residualaudio.com)
On this week's episode of Six-Figure Certified Coach, Liv sits down with IGC's Director of Training Charisma Da'Kira. With a specialization in Mindset Coaching, Charisma's mission is to be an inspiration: known for living in her authentic power, leading with love, and assisting her clients with the blueprint to do the same. Charisma earned her Bachelor's degree in Social Work from Wayne State University. She continued her education at the University of Michigan, where she obtained her Masters in Social Work. She is also a graduate of the Walker's Legacy PROSPECTUS Business Accelerator, designed specifically for entrepreneurial women of color. She is an Inner Glow Circle graduate, PCC credentialed coach, 2019 Diversity scholarship recipient, and also an IGC Leaders Rising graduate. She leads the Level I and Level II Coach Certification programs and works with all of IGC's students as they make their steps to turn their aspirations of being a certified life coach and business owner into a reality. KEY POINTS: Charisma's Journey from IGC Coach Training Student to IGC's Director of Training How receiving a partial scholarship pushed her to start and build her coaching business Charisma's impact on IGC since joining the team as the Director of Training How having a strong community around you can improve your coaching skills How IGC's Mentor Coaching program allows for the well-rounded development of IGC's students CONNECT WITH CHARISMA: Work with Charisma: https://www.innerglowcircle.com/charisma-dakira/ Follow Charisma on Instagram Learn more about Level I Coach Training CONNECT WITH IGC: Find your purpose, live it, and get paid with Inner Glow Circle, an ICF Accredited life coach school for women, by women: innerglowcircle.com Find out more about IGC's financing options, email: email@example.com Speak with an Admissions Advisor NOW: innerglowcircle.com/call Want to get started on your business plan?! Our New Coach Necessities course is only $99 right now: innerglowcircle.com/newcoach Like what you're hearing? Connect with us on social media! IG | @innerglowcircle - instagram.com/innerglowcircle FB | @innerglowcircle - facebook.com/innerglowcircle --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sixfigurecertifiedcoach/message
As downtown Chillicothe continues to evolve, we're continually impressed by the folks who put their talents and dreams on the line to start something new. Our guest, Kassadee McFadden, is the creative genius behind The Page, a cocktail bar that opened this year inside Paper City Coffee on Paint Street. She talks about how The Page went from an interview question to a running joke to reality and how PCC owner Meg Gerber bought into the vision from the beginning. She's a bright, engaging, rock star on the downtown landscape.The Davey Award-winning Feels Like Home Podcast is powered by Horizon - Greater Things are Coming! Bringing fiber to the home service in Chillicothe, Circleville, and more new cities coming soon! Call Horizon today to get the fastest, most reliable, and the only 100% fiber-optic Internet service in the area. As always, thanks for listening to Feels Like Home. Send us feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org. Hit that subscribe or follow button on your favorite podcast site and give us a review! Check us out on Linktree for all our socials and other cool things we're doing.Let your friends and fellow podcast listeners know about us. Special thanks to Buzzsprout, our podcast hosting service. Our great friend, Cory Breth, provides the Feels Like Home theme song. Check out his music and merchandise here: https://www.corybrethofficial.comPowered by Horizon The fastest, most reliable, and the only 100% fiber optic Internet service in the area.
Normally I interview well-known senior executives in the global insurance industry, often with long and distinguished track records and a public persona within our sector, but today I'm talking to two people who I would expect only a few of the regular Voice of Insurance listeners to know. They're here because I think what they have achieved to date is interesting and genuinely unique and deserves to be brought to wider attention. Todd Davison (Managing Director – left) and Keir Cox (Director of Operations - right) of UK MGA Purbeck Insurance Services are pioneers in Personal Guarantee Insurance. This is insurance looking to cover the personal guarantees that are often required by financial institutions of directors when lending to small businesses. When I first met Keir and Todd and heard what they are doing I loved the idea. Firstly, that I know of, no-one else is doing this and secondly, this idea goes to the core of what insurance does best. Directors running exciting small business are often put off seeking the finance they need to make their growth plans a reality because of these guarantees that are almost always backed by the equity in their homes. You've read too many biographies of successful entrepreneurs if you think everyone wants to take that kind of risk. Meanwhile lenders might lend more if they knew an insurer was aligned with them and had done the additional diligence needed to become comfortable underwriting the risk. Here it's insurance that is the big economic enabler, helping fast-growing dynamic businesses get the finance they need to drive the economy forwards. I like it when we're the good guys. So listen on and prepare to be enlightened about a whole new class of business that I'm sure will be a standard product in decades to come. Just remember that you heard it hear first from Keir and Todd. NOTES: Some Abbreviations made it through: PCC is Protected Cell Company – these are used to form captives and ILS vehicles, among other things. API is Application Programming Interface – Something that connects different computer systems together. Todd and Keir mention Dean Cox and Neil Wadsworth as key figures in the founding of Purbeck. LINKS: www.purbeckinsurance.co.uk We thank our naming sponsor AdvantageGo: https://www.advantagego.com/ We also thank our audio advertiser, Aventum Group Please contact them on: email@example.com
This week, we are giving you a rare, behind-the-scenes view of what it really takes to become a professional coach. In this candid interview with Kris Kelso, PCC, you'll hear the ups and downs, the successes and the mistakes Kris has experienced in his transition from owning a technology company to becoming an author, entrepreneur, and executive coach. Tune in to learn the importance of: Emphasizing mindset more than mechanics. Growing personally as well as professionally. Integrating multiple passions into a portfolio career. Figuring out the blend of services that's right for you. About Kris Kelso Kris Kelso, PCC is an entrepreneur who has founded and run multiple companies in the technology and healthcare industries. Today, he works primarily as an executive coach, a keynote speaker, and a contributing author for publications including Fast Company, Yahoo Finance, and The Nashville Business Journal. His book, “Overcoming The Impostor: Silence Your Inner Critic and Lead with Confidence“, offers entrepreneurs and leaders a practical look at impostor syndrome, and explores that inner voice that downplays our own accomplishments while amplifying those of others. Kris has coached and consulted with hundreds of entrepreneurs, business owners, and their leadership teams. He is a faculty member at the Professional Christian Coaching Institute, an advisor and instructor at the Nashville Entrepreneur Center, and has served on the boards of directors of several non-profit organizations. He is an active member of Cornerstone Nashville, where he serves, teaches, and coaches other leaders. He lives with his wife and three teen aged sons in a suburb of Nashville, Tennessee. Connect with Kris at www.KrisKelso.com.
Yvette Durazo, MA, PCC is the author of the book Conflict Intelligence (Conflict-IQ™) The Missing Piece to Turbocharge Leaders' and Organizations' Emotional Intelligence. She is the principal consultant of Unitive Consulting, a workplace organizational effectiveness, strategic conflict management, and leadership development firm. She is a Professor for the University of California, Santa Cruz Silicon Valley Extension for the Human Resource Management Certification Program and is the Chair of the Advisory Board for the program. She teaches Mediation Skills courses for undergraduate and master's degree students at Portland State University as well. Former Adjunct Professor for the National University and the School General Council of the Judiciary in the State of Guanajuato, Mexico, in where she taught online and in-person Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), Human Resources Management, Communication & Conflict Management, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Ethics, Neutrality, Conciliation, and Mediation courses for over six years. In this episode we discussed: Yvette's passion for transforming workplace conflict into a catalyst for positive change embracing conflict as an opportunity for growth and transformation Yvette's book and how it and offers practical tools for effective conflict resolution in the workplace Connect with Yvette Durazo: Website: www.unitiveconsulting.com Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yvette-durazo/ or https://www.linkedin.com/company/unitiveconsulting/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/conflictmanagment Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unitiveconsulting_/ Is Your Book Ready to be Turned into a Successful Online Course? Find out by downloading my time-tested FREE “Book-to-Course Readiness Checklist.” Get it here today: Create Masterful Courses (https://createmasterfulcourses.com/) Want to connect? Connect with Dr. Robin on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robinlowensphd/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robinlowensphd Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robinlowensphd/ Email: Robin@LeadershipPurposePodcast.com Thank you for listening! Rate, review, & follow on Apple Podcasts or your favorite podcast player. Talk to you soon! This episode was produced by Lynda, Podcast Manager #YourPodcastHelp at https://www.ljscreativeservices.co.nz
The ALL ME® Podcast Partnership for Clean Competition – Ryan Murphy When it comes to athletes having a level playing field anti-doping plays a major role in sports. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary anti-doping is defined “opposing or prohibiting illegal doping (such as blood doping or the use of anabolic steroids or growth hormones) to improve athletic performance.” In today's podcast we're going to talk to Ryan Murphy who is the Executive Director and who leads the efforts of the Partnership for Clean Competition (PCC). The PCC isn't a governing body when it comes to anti-doping, but they play a very important role by helping fund projects that give researches and laboratories the very best tools and information to help prevent doping. As the Executive Director, Ryan plays a key role in making sure that projects within the anti-doping space are being funded, oversees organization strategy and daily operations as well as stays in touch with his Board of Directors and Scientific Advisory Board. If you're interested in applying for a grant through the PCC it would be best for you to start by reviewing their website: One of the ways that the PCC is helping spread great information about the world of anti-doping is through the “Anti-Doping Podcast” which the THF was a part of in early 2023. During the interview we talked about some of the projects that the PCC has funded which has helped change the landscape of anti-doping. One of the tools that we're going to discuss in this interview is the Tasso Device which makes the blood sample collection a much easier process. As we close out the interview Ryan will talk about the PCC Conference that takes place every two years. The THF has taken part in many if not most of the conferences since they began years ago. Anyone who is interested and/or takes part in the anti-doping space should definitely check out the PCC conference in 2025. It was a lot of fun to interview Ryan as he does a great job of explaining all of the facets of work that the PCC takes part in. We hope you enjoy this interview and if you have any questions please don't hesitate to send us an email or give us a phone call. Resource Links: Anti-Doping Podcast: Videos about Peptides: Tasso Device: Follow Us: Twitter: @theTHF Instagram: @theTHF Facebook: Taylor Hooton Foundation #ALLMEPEDFREE Contact Us: Email: Phone: 214-449-1990 ALL ME Assembly Programs: