Jeff Perkins is CEO for ParkMobile, the leading provider of smart parking and mobility solutions in the U.S. He has been with the company since 2017. Prior to ParkMobile, Jeff was the CMO of QASymphony where he helped establish the brand and grow revenue 500% over a three-year period, leading to a $40 million Series […]
Leigh H. Perkins, or LHP as he was known, was the driving force behind Orvis from 1965 into the 1990s and was a legendary marketing and outdoorsman. He passed away this summer and I wanted to interview some of his favorite guides and fishing buddies to give people a sense of what he was really like in the field [47:52]. He was fearless, always cheerful, and never had a bad day of fishing no matter what the conditions--a lesson for all of us. I hope you'll enjoy LHP stories from John Kowalski, Lori-Ann Murphy, and Rick Ruoff. In the Fly Box this week, we have some great questions, including: Which kind of poly leader should I get? How do I keep my hands warm when fly-fishing in the winter? A new fly fisher shares stories of rudeness and kindness on the water I have been fishing a variety of fly patterns on a North Georgia stream, all in size 14, and can't catch any fish. What am I doing wrong? If I am catching whitefish and suckers, am I fishing in the right place? How do I sort out the trout from the whitefish and suckers? Why are the trout that used to eat my black Woolly Bugger still striking at it but not connecting? Can I fish tenkara-style with a standard fly rod? Does Tom have any questions for the listeners? Are species-specific fly lines any good or is it just marketing? I have some hooks that are marked as 2X long with a 2X extended gap. Aren't these just hooks that are one size larger?
So much has already been said about Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho" and its impact on the horror genre and American cinema in general, but its worth also mentioning that Janet Leigh was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her performance as the ill-fated Marion Crane. While she's best known for her shower scene, the conversation over sandwiches with Anthony Perkins' perfectly played Norman, the constant inner turmoil behind her eyes while driving, and of course those beautiful brows make her truly fascinating in this role. We also queen out on the Hitchcock hunks, including cutie patootie Perkins, Assistant to the BSA Vera Miles as the maybe lesbian Lila, Bernard Herrmann's iconic score, connections to both "Halloween" and "The Blair Witch Project," and reasons to not bother with the 1998 remake. Plus: who we would cast in "Psycho" today, some wishful thinking about John Gavin's sexuality, and a plea to the congregation for "Mass." Email: email@example.com Twitter: @bsapod Colin Drucker Twitter: @colindrucker Instagram: @colindrucker_ Nick Kochanov Twitter: @nickkochanov Instagram: @nickkochanov
For a company to pivot and shift its focus takes a lot of confidence and risk. But that is what being an entrepreneur means. It's all about taking risks in action. This is what Kelly Perkins did with her company, Spinster Sisters Co. Join your host Elliot Begoun as he talks to Kelly Perkins about her shifted focus into plant-based skincare. Learn how to differentiate yourself in a very competitive market, such as the skincare industry. Learn how to raise capital as an entrepreneur, especially in these trying times. And find out some tips from Kelly herself on how to build a well-respected company.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! tigbrands.com/tig-talks/
In 2014, Hamilton Perkins founded Hamilton Perkins Collection, an independent brand that designs and produces unique and award-winning bags and accessories made from recycled materials. Each bag is made from recycled plastic water bottles, billboard vinyl, pineapple leaf fiber, upcycled fabric banners, and other advertising waste. Perkins was the winner of the Virginia Velocity Tour hosted by the Governor of Virginia. The non-profit B Lab honored Hamilton Perkins Collection as a "Best for the World Overall" B Corporation in 2017. Perkins was voted to Inside Business' 40 under 40 and Old Dominion University Alumni Association's 40 under 40 lists. Perkins has been mentioned in Forbes, Fast Company, The New York Times, Money Magazine, and The Washington Post. Select past client work includes Hewlett-Packard, Nordstrom, Target, Dow Chemical, Oracle, Salesforce, Barnes and Noble, West Elm, Holt Renfrew, Salesforce, C.F. Martin & Company, Imerys, Leesa Sleep, Zappos, Paramount Pictures, and Ellen. The brand is currently offered in nearly 150 leading department stores and specialty stores in the United States, Canada, and Europe. Hamilton Perkins Collection's e-commerce store is available at hamiltonperkins.com. Perkins serves on the executive advisory council board at Old Dominion University's Strome College of Business.
Developmental editing helps all writers. Acquisitions Editor, Edwina Perkins gives us tips on the process of developmental editing.Linda Goldfarb's industry expert is award-winning writer, Edwina Perkins - Edwina is assistant director of the Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference. She is also the coordinator for Mentoring Moments and the manager for Sensitivity Between the Lines, both with BRMCWC. As an acquisition editor with Iron Stream and for Harambee Press, she desires to see ethnic writers published. A longtime member of Word Weavers International, Edwina now serves on the advisory board. Along with being an award-winning writer, Edwina is an experienced teacher, speaker, freelance editor, and sensitivity reader. She is also a freelance writer with Guideposts. One of her passions is to coach and mentor other writers. Edwina, it is good to have you back on Your Best Writing Life!1 -What is a developmental editor and what will they do for a writer?2 - What's the difference between a developmental editor and a copy editor?3- Are developmental editors needed with fiction and nonfiction?4 -At what stage of their manuscript should a writer consider using the services of a developmental editor?5 - What can a writer do to prepare to work with a developmental editor?LinksEdwina PerkinsEdwina's Developmental Editing TipsheetLetsTalkWriters.comEdwina on FacebookEmail Edwina about Sensitivity ReadersEmail Edwina at Harambee PressOctober Writing Tips and Soul Care for Writers PDF DownloadVisit our website Your Best Writing Life PodcastJoin fellow writers in our Facebook group, Your Best Writing LifeVisit the website of our host, Linda Goldfarb
It's October. The one month of the year where candy is everywhere. You can't stop it. Grocery stores have towering displays of chocolate and you know if you buy a bag, it'll be long gone before the calendar hits the 31st. In this episode, our panel picks the best and worst in Halloween candy.
Today I read, “Hand Hand Fingers Thumb” by Al Perkins! I hope you enjoy it! If YOU would like to choose the next book to be read on the Gumdrop Readers Podcast then you can send me an email including your name, age, and book request! Ask an adult to help you send it over to; firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to support the podcast, you can donate at, https://anchor.fm/trinity-love-rocho/support Thanks for listening! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/trinity-love-rocho/support
We're joined today by cultural critic, poet, podcaster, and author Nichole Perkins. Her new book, Sometimes I Trip on How Happy We Could Be is a memoir in essays that covers the intimate details of Perkins' life. We talk on this episode about sex writing, setting boundaries, and intended versus actual audience.You can find links to everything we discuss on today's show on The Stacks' Website: https://thestackspodcast.com/2021/10/06/ep-184-nichole-perkinsThe Stacks Book Club selection for October is Waiting to Exhale by Terry McMillan, we will discuss the book with October 27th on Nichole Perkins.SUPPORT THE STACKSJoin The Stacks Pack on PatreonConnect with Nichole: Twitter | Instagram | Website | This is Good for You PodcastConnect with The Stacks: Instagram | Twitter | Shop | Patreon | Goodreads | SubscribePurchasing books through Bookshop.org or Amazon earns The Stacks a small commission. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
What is the form and dynamic of faithful ministry and theology in a contested time? And in what ways might those with Reformed Anglican sympathies appreciate and capitalize upon the very best of that tradition without falling for Anglo-catholicism? Perhaps surprisingly, both of these questions come together in one figure: the famous Archbishop of Armaugh, James Ussher.On 30 October at Greystone Cardiff and online, Greystone is hosting a special lecture series event called "Theological Ministry in a Contested World: James Ussher as Reformed Churchman," with Dr. Harrison Perkins, scholar of early modern Reformed theology and minister at London City Presbyterian Church in London. You can find out more about this event and register for it at Greystone's website, greystoneinstitute.org Dr. Garcia had the pleasure of talking with Dr. Perkins recently about his upcoming talks at Greystone Cardiff, about an exciting translated and edited collection of some hitherto unpublished works by Ussher forthcoming from Westminster Seminary Press, and about Ussher's perhaps surprising relevance and importance in our day. As Ussher in particular and Reformed Anglicanism in general are enjoying a revival of serious interest among confessional Reformed Christians, surefooted and clear-sighted guidance into this giant of the Reformed tradition is very welcome, and Dr. Perkins provides just that.
Jules Polonetsky joins David and Dominique on Decrypted Unscripted to share his insights on data tracking and the vast changes in the public perception of internet privacy. They discuss challenges to privacy prompted by emerging technologies, whether legislation can keep up with the public's privacy concerns, and how data is used. Jules also discusses his work with the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF), and how he transitioned from serving in the NY State Assembly to becoming Chief Privacy Officer for DoubleClick and AOL and finally heading up the World Privacy Forum which works on developing best practices and policies in data privacy. Jules is CEO of the Future of Privacy Forum, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit organization that serves as a catalyst for privacy leadership and scholarship, advancing principled data practices in support of emerging technologies. He serves as chairman of the International Digital Accountability Council and co-chairman of the Israel Tech Policy Institute. Jules is also co-editor of The Cambridge Handbook of Consumer Privacy, published by Cambridge University Press (2018).
Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe participated in the Church's 191st Semiannual General Conference on Oct. 2-3. Standing at the Conference Center podium for the first time since the progression of the coronavirus pandemic, President Russell M. Nelson declared, “There has never been a time in history when knowledge of the Savior is more personally vital and relevant to every human soul.” This episode of the Church News podcast summarizes the historic conference with quotes from the First Presidency, the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, and women leaders of the Church. The podcast summarizes conference themes of loving God, seeking faith amid adversity and building a stronger and more hopeful foundation in the gospel of Christ. The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Lumenance Consulting founder Nancy Alexander, Perkins&Will principal and director of global diversity Gabrielle Bullock, and University of Washington College of Built Environments dean Renee Cheng discuss common myths and questions about the role and place of DEI in architecture.
This week Holly speaks with Dame Mary Perkins, co-founder of one of the nation's most beloved brands, Specsavers. Having always been one to challenge stereotypes, Dame Mary became the first self made female billionaire after building her business not from the kitchen table, but on a table tennis table in her spare room. Seizing an opportunity to revolutionise the industry in the 1980's, Dame Mary focused on offering an exceptional customer experience by encouraging her workforce to treat every customer like their ‘best friend' - a value that still drives the business today, nearly 40 years later. Dame Mary stands apart as one of the most successful women of our time and her passion for championing others makes it easy to see why Specsavers has become such a remarkable and enduring brand that has weathered recessions, the rise of the digital world and now a global pandemic.
Are you thinking of changing your life and starting an online business having lots of ideas in mind but not knowing where to start? Imagine getting the confidence to stand out focusing on your best idea. Yes, that sounds amazing, right? Today we are talking about how to get confident and how to see the business as a vehicle for us to have a more meaningful life, and we are doing it with Gillian Perkins.Gillian is the founder of Startup Society and the host of the Work Less, Earn More podcast. She also hosts a popular entrepreneurship-focused Youtube channel that has received over 25 million views to date.Gillian teaches people how to start and build profitable online businesses that allow them to earn passive income and live a flexible lifestyle. She runs her company with a primarily remote team, enabling her to travel with her family and homeschool her four young children.VISIONARIES — Interviews with world's most inspiring visionaries, creators, and entrepreneurs to explore how they live their vision for life and business.Powered by ContentSupply.com where our vision is to make brands more human.We believe in the power of relationships, knowing that having a clear vision and building it with others creates more joy, fulfillment and success.
Looking for a Reformed Church in Orange County? Check out Santa Ana Reformed; informational meetings starting end of October 2021! Please help support the show on our Patreon Page! Member of the Society of Reformed Podcasters WELCOME TO BOOK CLUB! Dr. Harrison Perkins (PhD, Queen's University Belfast) is from the United States. He has a PhD from Queen's University, Belfast in historical theology and a Masters of Divinity from Westminster Seminary California. Harrison is ordained in the Presbyterian Church in America and has worked as a student intern at both New Life Presbyterian Church, Glenside and New Life Presbyterian Church, La Mesa. During his time in Belfast he served as Assistant Minister at a Presbyterian Church in Ireland congregation in Saintfield. Harrison is married to Sarah, who is originally from San Francisco. Check out some of his publications here. We want to thank Oxford University Press for help setting up this interview and providing us with the necessary materials to interview Dr. Perkins! Purchase the books here: Catholicity and the Covenant of Works: James Ussher and the Reformed Tradition Have Feedback or Questions? Email us at: email@example.com Find us on Instagram: @guiltgracepod Follow us on Twitter: @guiltgracepod Please rate and subscribe to the podcast on whatever platform you use! Looking for a Reformed Church? North American Presbyterian & Reformed Churches --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gggpodcast/support
In this YouTube Podcast episode I speak to the brilliant Personal Transformation Facilitator GEMMA PERKINS. Gemma talks about how at the early age of 16 she started Leadership Training which transformed her outlook into helping others. She also gives out some great wisdom on why Leaders are important and also how it can impact on your life. What i enjoyed about this conversation was the fact that there was so many great pieces of advice from Gemma and also that we can all be leaders in our own right! My Way Of Thinking Podcast - WE ALL HAVE A STORY! SHOW NOTES: Gemma's website - https://thesli.co.uk MWOT WEB - https://www.mywayofthinking.co.uk TW - https://twitter.com/mywayofthinkin3 FB – https://www.facebook.com/mywayofthink... SPOTIFY - https://open.spotify.com/show/4m4BfTk... INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/mwotpodcast/ YT - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJAr... APPLE PODCAST - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast... EMAIL – firstname.lastname@example.org Available to listen to on all the usual platforms including Apple Podcast / Spotify or watch on YouTube! PLEASE LIKE, REVIEW, RATE AND SUBSCRIBE where you can! MY WAY OF THINKING is a Podcast that looks deep into BRILLIANT individuals from around the WORLD that have something to say. Human Beings are AMAZING and I'll be chatting to the best of them to find out about their JOURNEY, what makes them TICK and what lessons we can LEARN. ......Oh and maybe LAUGH along the way! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lee-greenhough/message
Jackie Griggs and Trish Perkins, Midwifery Jackie Griggs, RN, CNM, has been a Nurse Midwife in the Houston area for the past 30 years. She is a mom of five sons, three born at home with the help of midwives. … Continue reading →
This week's “Best of PWTorch Livecast” jumps back five years to the Sept. 25, 2016 episode following WWE's Night of Champions with host PWTorch assistant editor James Caldwell and PWTorch columnist Greg Parks. They discuss the first Raw-brand PPV featuring all titles on the line, plus two live correspondents in Indianapolis with their in-person perspectives. Matches included Kevin Owens vs. Seth Rollins for the WWE Universal Title, Rusev vs. Roman Reigns for the U.S. Title, Charlotte vs. Sasha Banks vs. Bayley for the Raw Women's Title, Chris Jericho vs. Sami Zayn, Cesaro vs. Sheamus in their Best of Seven Series final, T.J. Perkins vs. The Brian Kendrick for the Cruiserweight Title.
This week we are breaking down St. George and have local athlete Diana Hassel to share her race report. Diana is one of the most successful amateur triathletes in the world. She is the 2017 Hawaii Ironman Champion W50-54. Show Sponsor: VENGA CBD We're huge fans of Venga CBD. It really helps us recover more quickly from our workouts, have less soreness, sleep better and reduce inflammation. Venga offers personalized CBD plans. All you have to do is take a simple quiz to get you started! Answer a few questions and, voila - there's your personalized CBD recommendation! It's all based on YOU - what CBD YOU need right now to meet your goals. Guys, it's super easy to go take this quiz on their website. Just go to vengacbd.com/quiz and (you didn't hear it from us but…) there's a freebie in it for you just for taking the quiz. We trust these guys 100% and they'll make it really easy for you to get started with the RIGHT CBD. Just go to https://vengaendurance.com/303podcast to order yours today. First-time order is 30% off with code (303PODCAST). We've also added 50% off your first month's subscription with code (303SUBSCRIPTION). In Today's Show Feature interview with Diane Hassel Endurance News IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in St George 2021 IRONMAN World Championship moves to UT in May 2022 2021 IRONMAN Chattanooga September 26 TriRating Rankings What's new in the 303 DU Triathlon Team Wins at Oktoberfest Video of the Week Lucy Charles "Pure Joy" Finish at IRONMAN 70.3 World Champs in St George Interview Sponsor: UCAN Take your performance to the next level with UCAN Energy and Bars made with SuperStarch® UCAN uses SuperStarch instead of simple sugars to fuel serious athletes. UCAN keeps blood sugar steady compared to the energy spikes and crashes of sugar-based products. Steady energy equals sustained performance! You put in the training, so don't let nutrition limit your performance. Use UCAN in your training and racing to fuel the healthy way, finish stronger and recover more quickly! Use the code 303UCAN for 20% off at ucan.co/discount/303UCAN/ or ucan.co Use the code 303UCAN for 20% off at ucan.co/discount/303UCAN/ or ucan.co, Interview with Diana Hassel Diana M Hassel, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVS, Dipl. ACVECC Professor & Equine Section Head Equine Emergency Surgery & Critical Care Diana is one of the most successful amateur triathletes in the world. She is the 2017 Hawaii Ironman Champion W50-54. Over the years she has become an advocate for training smart and she really enjoys helping triathletes who seek her advice. It was only normal for her to join our coaching staff in 2015. Diana discovered her passion for triathlon later in life, having competed in her first triathlon at age 29. As a child she ran cross country and track and has been an avid master's swimmer and competitor since 1986. Diana is also a cat 2 cyclist and has held age group titles in the Colorado State Time Trial Championships, Road Race Championships and Best All Around Rider. She began competitive cycling during her PhD training at UC Davis that readily translated into successful triathlon performances. She has extensive experience with both heart rate and power training for the bike. Her knowledge of training methods and her vast experience in racing combined with her unparalleled results will be a great asset to SmartTriathlonTraining. Diana is one of the most decorated athletes with 10 Hawaii Ironman age group podium awards including one World Championship. Diana will be helping all of our athletes on our internal “ask the coach” page. Her career as a surgeon and criticalist in veterinary medicine with a PhD in Comparative Pathology and lifelong fascination with exercise physiology and nutrition adds to her coaching expertise. Diana lives in Ft Collins Colorado with her husband, Dean, who is also a triathlete, and her daughter Mikayla, an avid horseperson. Our News is sponsored by Buddy Insurance. It's big time training and racing season. Buddy Insurance is the kind of peace of mind so you can enjoy your training and racing to their fullest. Buddy's mission is simple, to help people fearlessly enjoy an active and outdoor lifestyle. You can now get on-demand accident insurance to make sure you get cash for bills fast and fill any gaps between your current coverage. Go to buddyinsurance.com and create an account. There's no commitment or charge to create one. Once you have an account created, it's a snap to open your phone and in a couple clicks have coverage for the day. Check it out! Endurance News: St. George, Iconic Race and a Look Into the Future; Coloradans do Well! Posted on September 21, 2021 By Bill Plock The authentic joy Lucy Charles Barclay beamed to the world the second she broke the tape is something I'll never forget. It gave me goosebumps and seemed deep seated, especially as she came to hug her husband with tears running down her face. I have never seen or felt such happiness. Barclay, like all the athletes battled very unusual weather with a down pour of rain and hail and lightening that threatened the race. With a Barclay comfortably in the lead all day, she knew she was having “a day” and said at the press conference recalling her thoughts, “they better not cancel this race!” Gustav Iden of Norway didn't quite lead the entire way but went to the front of the pack on the bike part way through and never looked back. Fellow countryman and gold medalist Kristian Blummenfelt was in that lead group when he suffered a serious mechanical failure with his wheel and fell out of contention. Boulder's Sam Long, with a solid swim battled hard to ride into second place never did catch Iden. Iden won by 5 minutes retaining his World Champion status he gained after winning in Nice in 2019. The second place finishes for Long and another Boulder resident, Jeanni Metzler may be a glimpse into the future of the sport. Just two years ago Long finish 26 minutes back and has kept a poster of Nice in his “pain cave” as motivation ever since. Metzler has been climbing the ranks and finished 3rd in Boulder a few weeks ago behind Taylor Knibb and Emma Palant Brown, but in St. George she beat both of them. Metzler passed Knibb just a few minutes out saying later, “I didn't want a sprint finish with Taylor as I don't think that would've gone well.” Knibb finished about 30 seconds back and the two training partners and friends shared exuberant hugs in the finish area . It felt like the finish area was filled with camaraderie and respect unlike any race I had seen before. This wasn't “new blood” so to speak, but in way it felt like a new group of champions and future champions were making their mark in St. George. At the press conference, the top five male and female finishers all were under the age of 28. It's a young group who genuinely seem to enjoy each other. Of the ten, eight raced together at the Collins Cup just four weeks prior. When asked if that played into the feeling of camaraderie, Sam Long said, “I do think we all got to know each other there. It also could be because we are all pretty young, it was a bit of a different atmosphere. And I also think the sport is changing, where you can talk smack but in a friendly way and at the end everyone knows it is for fun.” Besides Coloradans, Long, Metzler and Knibb, several age group athletes made it in the top five. In no particular order. Colleen D'Reuck, Diana Hassel, Mike Wein, Eric Long (Sam's dad), and Sandi Wiebe. So what about Kona maybe moving to St. George? St. George is an iconic venue with massive hills to run up and down. And the ride up Snow Canyon provides a separation point (along with an amazing picturesque backdrop) just before athletes start their run. There is speculation that the IRONMAN World Championship in Kona will move in the future and St. George seems primed to be a top choice. It has all the features that make a world championship course with hills, weather exposure, and a welcoming community and a downtown finish with plenty of potential to the house larger crowds seen in Kona. It is certainly more accessible than Kona and far less expensive for athletes, spectators and industry supporters. Sand Hollow reservoir is great for the swim with plenty of room for transition. In Kona the iconic pier is busting at the seams with room (barely) for 1,800 athletes. In St. George 4,200 athletes competed. Undoubtedly the age group women probably don't love the current format with the last group starting their swim at almost 10 o'clock. In normal years that would force them to be running at the hottest part of the day. This year, some had to be pulled out of the water with the rare thunderstorm that rolled through. In previous years, the 70.3 Championship features two days of racing—one for the men and one for the women. In St. George that seems a difficult task with races not generally taking place on Sundays in Utah. It will be interesting to see what happens in the future. Next year the 70.3 Championship will return to St. George along with a full distance race in June. We shall see! But for now, the young group of pro's stole the show and perhaps this race will serve as a springboard for future success for all of these athletes as they scatter into the world doing more races. In fact, watch this coming weekend in Chattanooga where Sam Long will attempt defend his title as champion and battle rival Lionel Sander—keep an eye on that! IRONMAN 70.3 Championship in St George Results (ironman.com) IRONMAN World Championship Returns to Kona in October 2022 with Two-Day Race Format The 2021 Supersapiens IRONMAN World Championship will take place in St. George, Utah, on May 7, 2022, giving professional triathletes the opportunity to claim a world championship title and a share of the $750,000 prize purse that goes with it. The ongoing uncertainty regarding Kailua-Kona, Hawaii`s ability to host the event in February required a change in venue to outside of Hawai`i for the first time since the inaugural event in 1978. St. George was selected as the first new host location of the event outside of Hawai`i in 40-plus years based on its strong community support, challenging course, and experience hosting IRONMAN® triathlons and other major events, including the successful recently completed 2021 Intermountain Healthcare IRONMAN 70.3® World Championship presented by Utah Sports Commission. St. George will also host the 2022 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship on October 28-29, 2022. For the first time in the 40-plus year history of the IRONMAN World Championship, the pinnacle event for triathlon will take place over two days with the 2022 IRONMAN World Championship returning to Kona, Hawai`i on October 6 and 8, 2022. The two-day event will see an expanded women's professional field of 50 athletes race on Thursday, October 6, and 50 professional men race on Saturday, October 8. Details of the age-group races will be communicated in the coming weeks. “The loss of the past two IRONMAN World Championship races certainly dealt us an economic blow. Our restaurants have always received a big boost from the race, athletes, and their families. We are very excited to hear that with two races next October we can plan to make up for the economic losses from the past two race cancellations,” said Luana Hospitality Principal, Eric von Platen Luder “It has been a challenging few years, however we have stayed true to our goal to create exceptional experiences for our ‘ohana,” said Diana Bertsch, Senior Vice President, World Championship Events for The IRONMAN Group. “We are grateful to our host communities in St. George and Kailua-Kona as well as their local and state officials, for their willingness to trust us. Our team is committed to putting on incredible race weeks as we add pages to the IRONMAN World Championship history books in May and October 2022.” IRONMAN athletes registered for the 2021 and 2022 editions of the IRONMAN World Championship triathlon, along with athletes currently registered for 2022 IRONMAN St. George, will be contacted directly with additional information. For more information and event details for the IRONMAN World Championship, please visit www.ironman.com/im-world-championship. IRONMAN Chattanooga Pro Rankings by TriRating https://www.trirating.com/ironman-chattanooga-2021-sept-26-seedings/ When Her Friend Crashed at Worlds, She Gave Up Her Own Race to Help Would you DNF to give aid to a fellow competitor? SEPTEMBER 22, 2021 SUSAN LACKE When Emily Hippen and Tristen Rogers qualified for the Ironman 70.3 World Championship together at Steelhead 70.3 earlier this year, they immediately began making plans for a joint trip to St. George. “We were in the same age group, and so excited to have both made the cut,” said Hippen. “We had been talking about this big race and planning our time in St. George for months.” As members of the same triathlon team, HAT House Altitude Team in Denver, Colorado, the two were already frequent training buddies. But in St. George, they became more than that; they became close friends with an unbreakable bond. The pivotal moment came at mile 40 of the world championship race, when a freak storm blew through the course, bringing high winds, hail, and lightning. Approximately 70 age-group women who were still in the midst of the swim in Sand Hollow were pulled from the water; Hippen and Rogers were just a few miles into the bike leg. “I was on a climb when I saw about 20 or 30 women just standing on the side of the road,” said Rogers. “I thought that Ironman was halting the race for our safety, until the worst of the storm passed, and was preparing to stop. But then realized, when I got to the top of the climb, that these women had voluntarily pulled over because they were literally being blown off their bikes and some looked fearful for their safety. The bike ride at that point instantly became one of survival, and not of performance.” Rogers continued on, her knuckles white from the tight grip on her handlebars. After all, this was a world championship race— the first one since 2019—and she was determined to make it to the finish. Besides, she reasoned, the storm would surely pass. Meanwhile, Hippen was just ahead of her teammate on the course (“I'd been pushing all day to stay ahead of her,” she said) with the same white knuckles. She, too, was waiting for the storm to pass, when she reasoned the ride would become much easier. Just before a pivotal turn in the course, Rogers finally laid eyes on her teammate—but not the way she expected. “I heard a bunch of women ahead of me scream, and looked up and literally saw feet in the air and then a body hit the ground,” said Rogers. “It happened so fast.” Hippen, unconscious after crashing during the bike leg at the Ironman 70.3 World Championship. (Photo: Courtesy of Emily Hippen) Rogers didn't realize it was her teammate who she'd seen fly into the air until she stopped to give aid. Hippen was unconscious, her eyes rolled back in her head. While other athletes hurried ahead to alert medical authorities at the aid station, Rogers stayed with her friend. A volunteer arrived to assist, and Rogers gave what information she could—Hippen's name, the name of her husband, and a phone number. When an ambulance arrived minutes later, Rogers was thanked for her help and told she could resume her race. Though the storm had finally passed by then, she couldn't bring herself to finish the race. After riding her bike back into town, she turned in her timing chip, racked her bike, and immediately headed for the hospital. Hippen, thankfully, was fine—banged up, to be sure, but expected to make a full recovery. In her post-crash fog, she was especially surprised to see Rogers. “Tristen stayed with me at the hospital, helped my husband get there, picked up my prescriptions, and got me back to our Airbnb,” Hippen said. “She did it all. All while she could have been finishing a race that was very important to her.” For Rogers, taking the DNF wasn't a difficult decision. “I don't think I would have been happy with myself had I not stopped. I want to promote all things good about being a positive member of our endurance community,” she said. “On our team website, one of the examples we have for people who are interested in joining is, ‘If you wouldn't stop and help someone on the side of the road because it is going to mess up your data/Strava/personal record, then we probably are not the team for you.'” While Hippen recovers, she'll be cheering on her friend who plans to finish her race via a self-supported 70.3 in Denver. The two have plans to qualify again for 70.3 Worlds and, this time, to finish together. “Tristen is a model athlete,” said Hippen. “Being a champion is so much more than crossing the finish line ahead of others. It means being a champion of fellow athletes and giving selflessly to others. And Tristen is a true champion.” What's New in the 303: Pioneers Win Oktoberfest Sprint Triathlon LONGMONT, Colo. – The University of Denver Triathlon Team won the women's team event at the 2021 Oktoberfest Sprint at Union Reservoir on Sunday morning, taking each of the top-five spots and placing all nine of its athletes in the top 16. Denver freshman Freya McKinley, competing in only her second collegiate race, won the individual women's competition in a total time of 1:03:28. Graduate student Emily Pincus followed in second place at 1:05:17, while freshman Avarie Faulkner finished less than a minute later (1:06:10) to round out the podium for the Pioneers. Freshmen Olivia Ebenstein (1:06:26) and Bella Chirafisi (1:07:25) joined their teammates in the top five. The race was the DU program's first-ever in its home state. "It was just a dominating performance, wire-to-wire," said head coach Barbara Perkins. "They mixed it up a little bit with their positions during the race, but it was a super exciting meet for us. We're just so thrilled to be here, back to racing in our home state and just show what we can do. It was a strong showing, but we still have a lot more to prove this season." Also finishing for the Pioneers were senior Amanda Ballard in 11th (1:13:48), junior Stormy Hegg in 13th (1:14:57) and freshman Marta Meinardi in 16th (1:16:13). For Hegg and Meinardi, the race represented their first as collegians. Senior Grace Arlandson was among the leaders following the swim and was the first into the second transition after the bike leg, but she didn't complete the race as she was a pre-planned DNF. Pincus led all women out of the 750-meter swim in Union Reservoir and was followed closely behind by teammates Meinardi, Chirafisi, Arlandson, McKinley and Ebenstein. The Pioneers held each of the first seven spots heading into the first transition, and it was a lead they never relinquished in the race McKinley posted the fourth-fastest swim at 9:31 and moved out to the front heading into the run after recording the second-fastest bike time, finishing the 12.9-mile non-draft ride at 32:59, six seconds behind Arlandson. She completed the 5-kilometer run in 19 minutes and 12 seconds, the best mark among the women. "It was a phenomenal race, I really enjoyed it," McKinley said. "Being out there with everybody and having the motivation of the other girls and the support was so nice. To be able to race a local race in Colorado was awesome." The University of Colorado came in second place in the women's team event after placing athletes in each of the 6-10 spots, while the Air Force Academy finished third. Barbara Perkins was named the University of Denver's first triathlon head coach in program history in July 2020 and is in her second season in that position in fall 2021. In the inaugural 2020-21 campaign, Perkins guided the program's first season that featured three DU triathletes finishing in the top 10 in the Pioneers' only collegiate race: the Clermont Challenge in Florida in March 2021. Perkins joined the University of Denver as an assistant coach for the men's and women's swimming and diving team in November 2019 and served two seasons full-time in that position. Her role as the triathlon head coach was converted to a full-time position on July 21, 2021. Video Of The Week: Lucy Charles "Pure Joy" Finish at IRONMAN 70.3 World Champs in St George https://www.instagram.com/tv/CUI1PPmpQFp/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link Closing: Thanks again for listening in this week. Please be sure to follow us @303endurance and of course go to iTunes and give us a rating and a comment. 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On this episode, Patrick and Lolo kick off the Halloween season with guest Solymar Romero by showing her Alfred Hitchcock's horror classic, PSYCHO for the very first time! A masterful film of terror, this is not one you want to miss. But will Solymar like it? Will it turn out to be everything it's been hyped up to be? And what on earth is so fascinating about this one movie that we talk about it for over two hours, making this our longest podcast to date?! Listen now to find out!Vote First Timers Movie Club the Best Local Podcast here: https://vote.thepitchkc.com/arts-and-entertainment/best-local-podcastNew episodes of First Timers Movie Club come out every other Friday so click SUBSCRIBE and rate us five stars to make sure you don't miss our next episode!Have a favorite (or least favorite) famous movie that you think we should've seen? Reach out to IX Film Productions on Twitter, Instagram or email and we'll add it to our list!Watch Solymar Romero in Under The Sun: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rQ8RxxVmME&tDon't miss our 2021 Oscars series and the upcoming Harry Potter Episode exclusively on our Patreon: www.patreon.com/ixfilmproductionsFollow IX Film Productions for podcast updates, stand up comedy, original web shorts and comedy feature films at:Facebook: www.facebook.com/ixfilmproductionsTwitter: www.twitter.com/ixproductionsInstagram: @IXProductionsYouTube: www.youtube.com/ixfp"First Timers Movie Club" is brought to you by IX Film Productions."Making the World a Funnier Place one Film at a Time"MusicThe Curtain Rises by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5007-the-curtain-risesLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
#ConflictResolution With Gemma PerkinsConnect with Gemma:https://thesli.co.uk/ Connect with EMS: Need some help? http://ethicalmarketingservice.com Books: http://ethicalmarketingservice.com/book Want to be a guest? https://ethicalmarketingservice.com/guest/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/EMS_Worthing Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ethicalmarketingservice Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomas-green-18655b97/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ethicalmarketingservice/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/emservice/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@ethicalmarketingservice Pricing: https://ethicalmarketingservice.co.uk Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/c/EthicalMarketingService Apple Podcasts: https://www.ethicalmarketingservice.co.uk/apple Spotify: https://www.ethicalmarketingservice.co.uk/spotify Stitcher: https://www.ethicalmarketingservice.co.uk/stitcher Gemma's Bio:I am an educator at heart on a mission to help individuals and teams unlock their potential and live more effective and well rounded lives. My journey started at 16 when I received leadership training that transformed my outlook and helped me to overcome personal challenges. Since then I qualified as a teacher and started my own business in 2014 to pass that expertise on.I now work with corporate managers, refugees, student activists and charity teams on developing their self leadership, teamwork, wellbeing and a whole host of other soft skills that support a balanced and fulfilling life.Specialities include: Wellbeing, leadership, conflict management, communication, personal effectiveness and bringing together education and emotional intelligence.My current focus is my Tools for Happier Living Programme: 8 weeks of positive psychology tools.
We are in a time where historians and the public are no longer dismissing the “conflict history” that has been minimized or blotted out. We now have the opportunity to incorporate the racial and patriarchal experience in the presentation of American reality. That is why today we are going to talk about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. The preceding episode may feature foul language and or adult content including violence which may be disturbing some listeners, or secondhand listeners, discretion is advised. I SAID DOG, BUT I MEANT DOJ. I apologize. Sometimes my words do not come out like I intend. Darn Dysarthria. Sources used: National Indigenous Women's Resource Center VICE news K2 Radio WRR Network United Resource. Coonnection Fighting Tooth and Nail Jade Wagon Obituary Today, we are not talking about California History. This is an ad free episode. We are back to our regularly scheduled episodes next week. Have you heard of #MMIWG? The meaning behind the hashtag is Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. 95 percent of these cases were never covered by national or international media. It's a hidden epidemic. I bring this up in light of the case of Gabby P, and the national coverage the case is getting in comparison to media coverage on the missing Indigenous women in the nation. 18% of Indigenous female homicide victims had newspaper media coverage, as compared to 51% of White homicide victims and the newspaper articles for Indigenous homicide victims were more likely to contain violent language, portray the victim in a negative light, and provide less information as compared to articles about White homicide victims. This is not different for other communities of color. Education lawyer Johnathan S. Perkins tweeted, “Name one Black woman who went missing and garnered national media attention. I'll wait.” Indigenous people account for less than 3% of the population in Wyoming. The largest number of Indigenous people were Eastern Shoshone and the Northern Arapaho and living on the Wind River Indian Reservation in Fremont County. There were 34 Indigenous female homicide victims between 2000 and 2020. In the latter of the 10 years, the homicide rate was 6.4 times higher than the homicide rate for White females. Despite their small percentage of the population, Indigenous people experience violence, homicide, sexual assault, and are reported missing at disproportionate rates relative to any other race/ethnicity in Wyoming. I would like to take the time to acknowledge one of this year's most recently vanished Indigenous Women, and she also went missing in Wyoming, just like Gabby. It's not that there shouldn't be concern and outrage surrounding Petito's disappearance, but despite the fact that 40 percent of Americans reported missing are people of color, this national outcry is rarely replicated for anyone other than a white person. Jade Keilee Wagon born Feb 3, 1996 was a Northern Arapaho tribal woman, Her Northern Arapaho Indian name was Cedar Tree Stands Alone. She stood 5'4'' tall and weighed roughly 140 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. She had a one of a kind sense of humor and you could spot her cute silly laugh in the largest crowd. Jade was a dedicated mother of two children, MaeLeah and Raphael, and was close with her family. Wagon graduated from St. Stephens Indian School in 2014 and was preparing to attend the Wind River Job Corps to learn a trade and someday have a career in the medical field. From the time she was 19 she had the privilege of being a stay at home mother. Before she was 23, she visited the following states; Utah, Montana, Colorado, South Dakota, New Mexico as well as Florida. She loved to spend time in the mountains. Being outdoors and enjoying nature gave her the feeling of empowerment of being free. Jade was devoted to her Native Ways attending sweats, fasting, and looking for guidance. She had a strong faith that no one could take from her. She was baptized into the Catholic faith and was a devoted member of both St. Stephen's Catholic Church and St. Margaret's Catholic Church. She worked at the Wind River Casino for a short time. 30 minutes away from the Wind River Casino was the Shoshone Rose Casino. On January 2nd 2020, Jade went to the Shoshone Rose Casino, the newest hotel in central Wyoming. We feature over 60 rooms, an indoor heated pool, hot tub, two restaurants, gift shop, meeting space, over 400 slot machines. It was not immediately clear whether she was alone or accompanied at the time. That was the last time that 23 year old Jade Wagon was seen. Nicole Wagon, Jade's mother suspected something was wrong when Jade did not show up for her older sister's annual memorial. Nicole said, "I knew there's no way that she would have missed that. So I knew something was wrong." Nicole reported Jade missing right away. Two weeks later, the FBI became involved in assisting the Bureau of Indian Affairs in the ongoing search efforts on the Wind River Indian Reservation and in surrounding communities. That is right, I said Jademissed her older sister's memorial after one year of her death. Jocelyn Watt was Jade's oldest sister. On Jan. 5 of 2019, Jocelyn and her partner Rudy Perez were shot and killed in a double homicide in her Riverton home. Both were 30 years old. Her mother Nicole Wagon knew something was wrong days before she would get the news. "I didn't feel good. I didn't feel good for those couple days. And what can I explain to you is leading up to that day I received the call. It just felt like a sense, a feeling. And I couldn't shake it," she said. She knew Jocelyn was planning a road trip and thought about going over to visit her but decided against it. Their visits sometimes went on a long time with all the talking and laughing. And then the next day Nicole got a call. "And I received a call that day from my aunt and I could hear it in her voice and it was full of panic," Nicole said. And I already knew, I already had a not-good feeling. And just connecting everything. As soon as I got to my daughters residence to see all that law enforcement, I knew it wasn't good. It was a few days after New Years, 2019. Police officers were dispatched that afternoon as holiday snow clung to Christmas lights."And it was a total shock. It's devastating and it's indescribable," Nicole said. No arrests were ever made. Jocelyn and Rudy's killer remains at large. This remains an open case. Jade became very active in the MMIW epidemic after the murders. On January 21, 2020, the remains of an unknown female were located by Bureau of Indian Affairs police officers on the Wind River Reservation in a field near Ethete. Around 30 miles away from the casino she was last seen at. FBI Lander, Wyoming DCI, and Fremont County Coroner's Office responded to the scene. An examination of the scene did not reveal apparent evidence of a violent or traumatic incident. On January 24, 2020, the unknown female was positively identified, it was Jade Wagon. The FBI and Fremont County Coroner's Office stated that Jade Wagon died from hypothermia “due to environmental exposure and acute methamphetamine intoxication.” “The methamphetamine levels in Ms. Wagon's body are known to produce confusion and irrational behavior,” the news release stated. “Based on the investigation of multiple agencies and autopsy results, the Coroner's Office ruled the manner of death as accidental.” She could have not got out there on her own. How did she get 30 miles away if there is no car left behind? Unless she wandered there for nearly 3 weeks? Nicole Wagon does not believe Jade's death was accidental. Now, as Nicole Wagon watched the media coverage of YouTuber Gabby Petito's disappearance, she couldn't help but think to herself: “Where in the hell is our FBI? Where's the FBI that's supposed to be helping and assisting all of us on the reservation?” Trying to get information on their cases has been “like pulling teeth,” and getting national media attention has been equally challenging. I made them fully aware that I will not allow them to brush off her death to hypothermia and drug use. She will not be deemed as a statistic and her life with her beautiful voice still counts and matters.” Jade's case is still under investigation by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Nicole Wagon is an activist for Not Our Native Daughters, which supports Gov. Gordon's task-force on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. In their lifetime, three out of five Native women are assaulted, one in three are raped. Of those who have experienced violence, 97% of women had the violence perpetrated by a person who was not Indigenous. Of the suspects in Indigenous female homicide cases, 94% were current or former intimate partners of the female victim. There are 5,712 known cases of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls but only 116 were ever logged in the DOJ database. This lack of data means violent crime statistics are grossly underestimated. Tribes and states are taking action. A few members of Congress have proposed bills. It's time for the rest of Congress to pay attention. It is time for Americans to pay attention. Queens of the Mines is a product of the “Youreka! Podcast Network” and was written, produced and narrated by Andrea Anderson. Go to queensofthemines.com for the book and more.
Jennifer Sodo is a leading expert in the design and planning of dementia living environments. A senior associate with Perkins Eastman's senior living practice in New York City, Jennifer translates her own and others' research on biophilic design and whole-person wellness into thoughtful designs to create healthy and meaningful places for older adults living with dementia. She speaks regularly at conferences and industry events and has published articles and papers on a variety of topics pertaining to senior living. Jennifer is also co-host of Perkins Eastman's new Shaping Dementia Environments podcast, a show that explores uncommon thinking in design for dementia through interviews with industry leaders. In this episode, Jennifer shares how, like many others in the field, her personal experiences drew her to the senior living practice. She talks about innovations and the guiding principals in the design of these spaces, and gives her pitch on why emerging professionals should join this area of work. We also have a super interesting conversation about podcasting! Not many architecture firms have produced their own podcasts, and Jennifer and her co-host's show was the first of its kind at Perkins Eastman. Jennifer shares her experience with creating the show, if others at Perkins Eastman will be following suit, and her thoughts on if more firms should start producing their own podcasts. Resources / Links: Shaping Dementia Environments Podcast Missing Main Street: Reconnecting Older Adults with Dementia to the Fabric of Authentic Living Hogewey: The Un-Model Model Being Mortal, by Atul Gawande - We want to hear from you! Please send your feedback to email@example.com and follow the show on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/designvoicepodcast
Would you consider yourself a success if you died with $1 million? How about $10 million? Well, what if you died with $0.00? In his new book, Die With Zero: Getting All you Can from Your Money and Your Life, Bill Perkins challenges you to flout conventional wisdom and spend your money not just before you're dead, but while you're still young enough to enjoy it. That's right, instead of maximizing your net worth at death, he wants you to die having lived a life rich in experiences that your hard-earned money made possible. And he's not saying you should blow it all on parties or ignore the needs of your kids or charities. He's just saying that the time to decide how to best invest, spend, gift, or bequeath your fortune--big or small--is while you are still on this side of the dirt and still mobile enough to enjoy it. After all, travel is no fun when you're too infirm to explore and savor the local culture. So dither not! There will be plenty of time to watch Family Feud and The Price is Right when you're 87 and stuck in your recliner. Called “the last cowboy” by The Wall Street Journal, Bill Perkins is one of the world's most successful hedge fund managers and entrepreneurs. After studying electrical engineering at the University of Iowa, Bill worked on Wall Street then moved to Houston where he made a fortune as an energy trader. He is currently CEO of BrisaMax Holdings, a consulting services firm based in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Now 51 years-old, Bill views his career as an engine for personal growth and spends his time exploring the world, savoring his relationships, and taking in all that life has to offer. Read more about Bill and the book here. Please take a second to rate and review Crazy Money here. (Click on whichever app you use to listen!) Find out more about Crazy Money and Paul Ollinger on his website and/or follow him on the socials: • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/paul_ollinger/ • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PaulOllinger/ Produced and edited by Mike Carano. Topics addressed on Crazy Money include: Philosophy, Happiness, Contentment, Meaning, Success, Rat Race, Buddhism, Stoicism, The hedonic treadmill, Mid-Life Crisis, Business, Work, Careers, Authors, Books, Consumerism, Values. Okay, you've reached the end of this episode description. And yet you're still reading. Why? You must not have much going on today. Hey, have you rated and reviewed this fine podcast yet? You should. So either go back to the podcast page (the page about the whole show, not just this episode) and scroll down, way down to where you see “Rate and Review,” then do your thing. Or, as I say above, click here.
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With the recent attacks on the Colonial Pipeline and JBS Food, ransomware has become a serious national security issue. Join Dominique Shelton Leipzig and David Biderman in a discussion with Philip Reiner about the critical importance of establishing basic internet security standards. Phillip believes that our neglect in this area has been inexplicable if not inexcusable, and describes how his Institute for Security and Technology was asked to support the Ransomware Task Force to address the critical need for improving basic cybersecurity standards. Philip Reiner is the chief executive officer of the Institute for Security and Technology. His decades of experience in technology and international security include a position as President Obama's Senior Director for South Asia on the National Security Council staff. While serving in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy in the Pentagon, he received the Office of the Secretary of Defense Medal for Exceptional Civilian Service.https://securityandtechnology.org/
The Altruistic Capitalist looks to spark change in conversations in board rooms, offices, and schools to turn the focus from sales, profits, and returns to the impact good business can have on people and the planet. Through her interviews with prominent business leaders as well as her personal experiences in the business world, author Lynn Yap offers ways to rethink capitalism, create a positive impact, and do meaningful work. Yap looks to tackle questions like: Where do people and planet enter into the equation when businesses calculate returns? How can we turn a profit while also creating a sustainable business with positive impacts? How can companies scale impact to provide benefits to the environment and community? This book speaks to leaders, social entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs, and innovators who want to change the relationship between business, our people, and the planet. We can no longer rely on governments and non-profit organizations alone to solve our social and environmental problems. As we look urgently to the business world for solutions, this kinder, more mindful brand of capitalism just may provide a pathway out. https://amz.run/4te3 _ In 2014, Hamilton Perkins founded Hamilton Perkins Collection, an independent brand that designs and produces unique and award-winning bags and accessories made from recycled materials. Each bag is made from recycled plastic water bottles, billboard vinyl, pineapple leaf fiber, upcycled fabric banners, and other advertising waste. Perkins was the winner of the Virginia Velocity Tour hosted by the Governor of Virginia, and the recipient of a HUD Community Development Block Grant. The non-profit B Lab honored Hamilton Perkins Collection as a "Best for the World Overall" B Corporation in 2017. Perkins was voted to Inside Business' 40 under 40 and Old Dominion University Alumni Association's 40 under 40 lists. Perkins has been mentioned in Forbes, Fast Company, The New York Times, Money Magazine, and The Washington Post. Select past client work includes Hewlett-Packard, Nordstrom, Target, Dow Chemical, Oracle, Salesforce, Barnes and Noble, West Elm, Holt Renfrew, Salesforce, C.F. Martin & Company, Imerys, Leesa Sleep, Zappos, Paramount Pictures, and Ellen. The brand is currently offered in nearly 150 leading department stores and specialty stores in the United States, Canada, and Europe. Hamilton Perkins Collection's ecommerce store is available at hamiltonperkins.com. Perkins serves on the executive advisory council board at Old Dominion University's Strome College of Business.
Welcome to PsychEd, the psychiatry podcast for medical learners, by medical learners. This episode covers Clinical High Risk for Psychosis with Dr. Thomas Raedler, Psychiatrist and associate professor at the University of Calgary and one of the authors of the Canadian Treatment Guidelines for Individuals at Clinical High Risk of Psychosis. The learning objectives for this episode are as follows: By the end of this episode, you should be able to… Recognize a patient who may be clinically high-risk for psychosis and provide a differential diagnosis Understand the importance, utility and prognosis of these risk categories Have an approach to initial management and the array of treatment options for a patient with Hosts: Dr. Luke Fraccaro (PGY-2), Dr. Rebecca Marsh (PGY-1), Dr. Alex Raben Episode lead: Dr. Luke Fraccaro Audio-engineered by: Dr. Rebecca Marsh Guest experts: Dr. Thomas Raedler Show Notes by: Dr. Luke Fraccaro Resources: Addington, J., Francey, S., Morrison, A. (2006). Working with People at High Risk of Developing Psychosis: A Treatment Handbook McGlashan, T., Walsh, B., & Woods, S. (2010). The psychosis-risk syndrome: handbook for diagnosis and follow-up. Oxford University Press. References : Addington, J., Addington, D., Abidi, S., Raedler, T., & Remington, G. (2017). Canadian treatment guidelines for individuals at clinical high risk of psychosis. The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 62(9), 656-661. Addington, J., Cornblatt, B. A., Cadenhead, K. S., Cannon, T. D., McGlashan, T. H., Perkins, D. O., ... & Heinssen, R. (2011). At clinical high risk for psychosis: outcome for nonconverters. American Journal of Psychiatry, 168(8), 800-805. Addington, J., & Heinssen, R. (2012). Prediction and prevention of psychosis in youth at clinical high risk. Annual review of clinical psychology, 8, 269–289. Carrión, R. E., McLaughlin, D., Goldberg, T. E., Auther, A. M., Olsen, R. H., Olvet, D. M., Correll, C. U., & Cornblatt, B. A. (2013). Prediction of functional outcome in individuals at clinical high risk for psychosis. JAMA psychiatry, 70(11), 1133–1142. https://doi.org/10.1001/jamapsychiatry.2013.1909 Fusar-Poli, P., Bonoldi, I., Yung, A. R., Borgwardt, S., Kempton, M. J., Valmaggia, L., Barale, F., Caverzasi, E., & McGuire, P. (2012). Predicting psychosis: meta-analysis of transition outcomes in individuals at high clinical risk. Archives of general psychiatry, 69(3), 220–229. Fusar-Poli P, Salazar de Pablo G, Correll CU, et al. Prevention of Psychosis: Advances in Detection, Prognosis, and Intervention. JAMA Psychiatry. 2020;77(7):755–765. doi:10.1001/jamapsychiatry.2019.4779 Fusar-Poli, P., Schultze-Lutter, F., Cappucciati, M., Rutigliano, G., Bonoldi, I., Stahl, D., Borgwardt, S., Riecher-Rössler, A., Addington, J., Perkins, D. O., Woods, S. W., McGlashan, T., Lee, J., Klosterkötter, J., Yung, A. R., & McGuire, P. (2016). The Dark Side of the Moon: Meta-analytical Impact of Recruitment Strategies on Risk Enrichment in the Clinical High Risk State for Psychosis. Schizophrenia bulletin, 42(3), 732–743. Kuharic, D. B., Kekin, I., Hew, J., Kuzman, M. R., & Puljak, L. (2019). Interventions for prodromal stage of psychosis. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, (11). Nelson, B., Amminger, G. P., Bechdolf, A., French, P., Malla, A., Morrison, A. P., ... & Wood, S. J. (2020). Evidence for preventive treatments in young patients at clinical high risk of psychosis: the need for context. The lancet. Psychiatry, 7(5), 378. Schmidt, S. J., Schultze-Lutter, F., Schimmelmann, B. G., Maric, N. P., Salokangas, R. K. R., Riecher-Rössler, A., ... & Morrison, A. (2015). EPA guidance on the early intervention in clinical high risk states of psychoses. European psychiatry, 30(3), 388-404. Yung, A. R., Yung, A. R., Pan Yuen, H., Mcgorry, P. D., Phillips, L. J., Kelly, D., ... & Buckby, J. (2005). Mapping the onset of psychosis: the comprehensive assessment of at-risk mental states. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 39(11-12), 964-971. CPA Note: The views expressed in this podcast do not necessarily reflect those of the Canadian Psychiatric Association. For more PsychEd, follow us on Twitter (@psychedpodcast) and Facebook. You can provide feedback by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information visit our website: psychedpodcast.org.
Kenny Perkins a former oncology radiation therapist and now a cancer coach believes that we should be fighting cancer together. He is the founder and host of All Talk Oncology. A podcast that empowers cancer patients through insightful conversations. As an eyewitness to the daily struggles and a listener to the ongoing concerns of patients and their caregivers, he was inspired to do more. Creating additional value for cancer fighters and their loved ones, he established a platform where firsthand knowledge about cancer could be discussed. As a cancer coach, Kenny takes an in-depth approach to listen with the intent of breaking down barriers and limiting beliefs. It has been an absolute honor for him to help thousands of cancer fighters get past this horrific disease. He believes that every cancer fighter and their loved ones should be supported. No one should feel alone in this journey because we are in this together.
Evan Lazar discusses the latest news from today as WR Malcolm Perry (foot) will not play Sunday and the following four players are questionable: WR Nelson Agholor (ankle), T Yodny Cajuste (hamstring), LB Ronnie, Perkins (shoulder), S Jalen Mills (ankle). Also, Cam Newton released a tell all interview talking about his release from the Patriots. Watch the Video Version Here: https://youtu.be/C19JEKxh5ks Follow Patriots CLNS and Evan Lazar on Twitter! @PatriotsCLNS & @ezlazar CLNS Patriots Coverage is Powered by BetOnline.ag, Use Promo Code: NFL100 for a 100% Welcome Bonus On Your First Deposit! You can also listen and Subscribe to Patriots Newsfeed on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and at CLNSMedia.com for Audio Updates on the Patriots.
00:00 - Intro where Brandon Drumm, Collin Kennedy, and Parker Thune discuss Riley's discussion from his presser and their thoughts on what Lincoln Riley and Alex Grinch said during their pressers. Also, the Shane Whitter comments from Grinch. 04:00 - Can Spencer Rattler become the leader for the Sooners? Lincoln Riley touched on that and even said they lacked some leadership from Rattler and who is the ostensible leader for this 2021 Sooners football team? Is this the same situation as Ronnie Perkins and Rhamondre Stevenson's situation when they were out the first half of 2020? The OUinsider staff discusses who that guy may be and more. 11:00 - Is Spencer Rattler being asked to be too much too soon after only the 2020 season, no spring or summer, and just now getting his first spring and summer as the starting QB in 2021? Can we find out things by end of the Nebraska game and what to expect most of 2021 from Rattler and the OU offense? 13:00 - Back to leadership talk. Who is the big-moment guy that the team turns to? Again, Perkins was that guy even when suspended. Does this team have that guy? Does OU need to have that guy by the Nebraska game or can they organically figure it out and find that guy? Will OU handle business over the next few weeks heading into the Texas game? 17:00 - Tulane is a viable team that Sooners fans continue to overlook even after the game on Saturday. Staff discusses Michael Pratt and if OU is going to see a QB like him the rest of the year and discusses the fact Tulane could be seen as a good win come the end of the season. Much like Army in 2018. Also, venue change and game in New Orleans change the outcome and how OU approaches this game? Unanimously they say it would, but that is the bad part of the deal. Complacency set in due to that and shows some glaring issues that need to be resolved FAST. 23:00 - Again, the leadership question is asked by Brandon on what QB is viewed as the bigger leader already. The awkwardness that happened is something to behold. The answers were VERY, VERY solid and worth the listen alone. 26:00 - Lots of hypothetical talk on what would have to happen is for Lincoln Riley to look towards Caleb Williams if things continue to be up and down early in the season? No one thinks this will happen, and all three agree Rattler is too good to keep playing this way, but Texas game and the short leash is always something to behold if play stays the same? 29:00 - Parker with a really damning stat on Rattler that leads to the question of "Does Rattler live up to the hype?" 31:30 - Rattler's growth trajectory similar to Baker Mayfield? People forget how bad Mayfield was until the fourth quarter of Tennessee. Rattler will carry OU to victory and carry the Sooners on his back at some point this season. With that, what is living up to the hype we just talked about with Rattler? 34:30 - Does Alex Grinch's Speed 'D' live up to the preseason hype in 2021? In-depth conversation there. 39:00 - Danny Stutsman talk... That kid can ball. Staff talks about some standouts in a mess of negativity, the staff touches on some positive things about Saturday. 43:00 - Staff talks Florida stars on the roster and segways into some recruiting and Florida recruiting. Several HUGE visitors in the 2022 and 2023 classes. Some possibilities of five-star South Florida targets coming in that the staff is confirming. Along with California five-star targets that could make this Saturday a big deal and why the staff says the fan base better be on their game atmosphere-wise. 48:00 - Can the fans and student section be live after not selling out since 2019 due to Covid? 52:00 - Game predictions on the score for OU vs WCU on Saturday, leading rusher, receiver, tackler, etc. Game tickets and other giveaways are ahead for OU VIP members. Closing out the podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Are you ready to take control over your professional, personal and financial life? My guest in this episode, Ashley Perkins, knew this was something she wanted even before finishing grad school! She knew that she wanted to be in business for herself because she wanted control over her time and the time that she could spend with her family, so she started seeing private clients as soon as she earned her CCC. Ashley is the founder of Perkins Therapy Group, which was established upon recognizing the need for specialized speech, feeding, and orofacial myofunctional therapy within the Eunice area. Ashley and I both believe that private practice is a vehicle to get what you want, so she is talking to us all about how she took a chance on herself and created the life that she had imagined for herself and her family. In Today's Episode, We Discuss: Deciding to lean into your dream Why saying yes is so monumental even if it's to something small Leaving a full-time job to take the leap into private practice Why you should try to keep your personal expenses lean Navigating overhead costs and how to keep your business lean Why it's so important to understand what you want How to use your dream to create a plan I encourage you to spend some time identifying your personal, professional, and financial goals, and make a plan to make it happen, just like Ashley did! I want to help you do the same, so head on over to http://startyourprivatepractice.com/webinar (startyourprivatepractice.com/webinar) to watch my free training and learn the ins and outs of private practice. Ashley mentions some of the resources that she got from me that helped her on her private practice journey throughout the episode. If you're looking for a step-by-step, easy-to-follow way to start your private practice. Head on over to https://www.independentclinician.com/ (www.independentclinician.com) and pick up the resources that you need. Whether you want to start a private practice or grow your existing private practice, I can help you get the freedom, flexibility, fulfillment, and financial abundance that you deserve. Visit my website https://www.independentclinician.com/ (www.independentclinician.com) to learn more. Resources Mentioned: http://www.independentclinician.com (www.independentclinician.com) https://www.startyourprivatepractice.com/webinar (https://www.startyourprivatepractice.com/webinar) http://www.perkinstherapygroup.com (www.perkinstherapygroup.com) https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/9-goods-on-cash-flowing-private-practice-grad-school/id1558717077?i=1000522165127 (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/9-goods-on-cash-flowing-private-practice-grad-school/id1558717077?i=1000522165127) https://www.facebook.com/perkinstherapygroup/ (https://www.facebook.com/perkinstherapygroup/) https://www.instagram.com/ashleydanaeperkins/ (https://www.instagram.com/ashleydanaeperkins/) https://www.instagram.com/perkinstherapygroup/ (https://www.instagram.com/perkinstherapygroup/) Where We Can Connect: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/private-practice-success-stories/id1374716199 (Follow the Podcast) https://www.instagram.com/independentclinician/ (Follow Me on Instagram) https://www.facebook.com/Jena-Castro-Casbon-1660895807286998/ (Follow Me on Facebook)
About the Show:On this episode of the podcast we get to sit down and chat with Joshua Perkins, Co-Founder of 1520 Arts. We get to find out his story. During this recording we get to talk about the history of 1520 Arts, the B-Boy Federation, the Herc, and their upcoming performance at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center. We also get to talk about their summer day camps, breakdancing in the olympics, what he loves about living in Utah, and of course favorite local eating spots. Important Links:1520 Arts website https://www.1520arts.org/ (https://www.1520arts.org/) The Herc website https://slcherc.com/ (https://slcherc.com/) This episode is sponsored by:UtahMarijuana.org http://utahmarijuana.org/ (http://utahmarijuana.org) Salt Lake Barber Co http://saltlakebarberco.com/ (http://saltlakebarberco.com) Chris Holifield Realty http://chrisholifieldrealty.com/ (http://chrisholifieldrealty.com) Connect more with I am Salt Lake:Email email@example.com Connect With Our Facebook https://www.facebook.com/IAmSaltLake/ (https://www.facebook.com/IAmSaltLake/) Connect With Our Twitter https://twitter.com/iamsaltlake (https://twitter.com/iamsaltlake) Connect With Our Instagram https://www.instagram.com/iamsaltlake/ (https://www.instagram.com/iamsaltlake/) Join The Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/iamsaltlake/ (https://www.facebook.com/groups/iamsaltlake/) Support our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/iamsaltlake (https://www.patreon.com/iamsaltlake) Sign up for our email list https://iamsaltlake.com/email (https://iamsaltlake.com/email) Thank you for listening to this episode of I am Salt Lake podcast. We showcase local talent, businesses, and everyday people making Salt Lake City what it is today. Please consider making a one time donation through PayPal to help with the expenses of keeping this podcast running smoothly https://www.paypal.me/iamsaltlake (https://www.paypal.me/iamsaltlake)
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