Medicine on Call with Dr. Elaina George
Dr. Sutter is the Charles G. Koch Professor of Economics with the Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy at Troy University and is a Ph.D. graduate of George Mason University. His research has examined the societal impacts of extreme weather, the economics of the news media and media bias, the markets for economists and economic research, environmental regulation, and constitutional economics. Dr. Sutter has published over one hundred articles in scholarly journals in economics, atmospheric sciences, civil engineering, and political science and written or edited four books. He writes a weekly column on economics and public policy for Yellowhammer.com and Alabama Today and a monthly column on Alabama economics and policy for 1819 News. He is the host of Econversations, on Troy University's TrojanVision television channel, a show examining economic and policy questions. Dr. Sutter is a policy advisor for the Heartland Institute. [International Conferences on Climate Change | The Heartland Institute – Visit the Website]
This is PART ONE of the conversation on church planting in a post-pandemic, post-Christian America with Robert and special guest, church planter and founder Steve Pike.Steve is the founder of Church Multiplication Network, Urban Islands Project, and Next Wave Community. Find more from Steve at @stevenmpike on instagram, and learn more about Next Wave Community here!Find more from the Church Planter Podcast on instagram @churchplanterpodcast, on Facebook at Church Planter Podcast, and twitter @cPlanterMag.
This week is the 3 year anniversary of the podcast! Joining me is Gary Middleton, app developer for gig worker safety and earnings tools. We talk about gig worker status in 2020 vs. app platform workers in 2023. Are things better, worse, or just about the same? ** .:: BECOME A PATREON MEMBER AND HELP SUPPORT OUR CREATIVE CONTENT ::. https://www.patreon.com/RideshareRodeo
The Check-In Thursday 4/20/23
How can leaders effectively motivate cross-functional teams in the post-pandemic era to achieve escape velocity and drive business success? In this episode, Product Talk Host & Willow Innovations, Inc VP of Product, Melissa Pickering, meets with Fractional Executive and CPO Eleanor Morgan. They discuss her transition from consultancy to e-commerce, the importance of cross-functional teams, and the challenge of motivating individuals and teams. The conversation touches on topics such as work-life balance, psychological safety, diversity and inclusion, and effective leadership.
JR's voice is mostly back, so the show is back! This week's show is sponsored by The Wayne Theater's production of Little Shop of horrors! Get your tickets at the link below. In this episode JR talks mostly about how life has changed now that the pandemic is basically over. Things get deep here. Also, he's two weeks sober, sort of. The Wayne Theatre | Historic Performing Arts Center --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/threethingswithjr/support
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This podcast explores how nurse leaders can foster a healthy nursing workplace environment where leaders can grow and thrive: Be well, be safe and stay well.
It's our second (unhinged) guest episode of this season! We're chatting with social media manager, Courtney Weimer, about her journey from the fashion merchandising world to social media management in the middle of the online business pandemic boom. We also talk finding content inspiration, icks, and this season of Love is Blind. Follow Courtney on Instagram Save your spot in the next round of Digital Creatives Academy Submit to our Anonymous Form
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The Fork Reporter went to the movies for the first time since 2019!! There were some changes to the food. He talks about how to save on food at the movies.
Story U Talk Radio with Coach Debby
On this side of the pandemic, some people have a surge of energy for writing! Their lives totally transformed during the pandemic. Learn how to manage vulnerable topics.
My guest for this episode is John Templeman of Jib Machine Records. His label focuses mainly on rock but started as a punk label and has featured metal acts. John is a multi-instrumentalist musician and includes some of his work among the Jib Machine roster. John started Jib Machine Records in 2004. The label has released over 60 records, initially focused on local talent in and around Cleveland, Ohio. Jib Machine has since expanded its reach internationally. John also founded 13 Recordings, a production operation specializing in sonic ferocity. He's become one of the most recognizable faces in the Cleveland underground and is known as a label owner who cares deeply about the musicians on his roster. John also cares deeply about the future of recorded and live music in Ohio and beyond. In this conversation, John and I talk about his musical roots in Ohio, touring post-pandemic, his favorite music news sources, concert ticket prices, change-driven marketing, Jib Machine Records, artist contributions to their success, and more. Please enjoy my conversation with John Templeman of Jib Machine Records. Support the Unstarving Musician The Unstarving Musician exists solely through the generosity of its listeners, readers, and viewers. Learn how you can offer your support. This episode was powered by Music Marketing Method, a program for independent musicians looking to grow their music career. Music Marketing Method was created by my good friend Lynz Crichton. I'm in the program and I'm learning tons! I'm growing my fan base and learning about many ways that I'll be earning money in the new year. It's also helping me grow this podcast. How cool is that? To lean more and find out if Music Marketing Method can help your music career, visit UnstarvingMusician.com/MusicMarketing. This episode of the was powered by Liner Notes. Learn from the hundreds of musicians and industry pros I've spoken with for the Unstarving Musician on topics such as marketing, songwriting, touring, sync licensing and much more. Sign up for Liner Notes. Liner Notes is an email newsletter from yours truly, in which I share some of the best knowledge gems garnered from the many conversations featured on the Unstarving Musician. You'll also be privy to the latest podcast episodes and Liner Notes subscriber exclusives. Sign up at UnstarvingMusician.com. It's free and you can unsubscribe at anytime. Mentions and Related Episodes JibMachine.com Feedback on all things Unstarving Musician New Gods Part 2 by Robonzo (episode theme track) Listener Survey 2023 Mike Onesko's Renegade Rock | Episode 0149 | John Templeman Ari's Take Loudwire The Pit Electric Stick Records Hip Video Promo Cleo Alexandra Daisy Jones & The Six Headquarters, The Monkeys The F Models Resources The Unstarving Musician's Guide to Getting Paid Gigs, by Robonzo Music Marketing Method – The program that helps musicians find fans, grow an audience and make consistent income Bandzoogle – The all-in-one platform that makes it easy to build a beautiful website for your music Dreamhost – See the latest deals from Dreamhost, save money and support the UM in the process. More Resources for musicians Pardon the Interruption (Disclosure) Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. This means I make a small commission, at no extra charge to you, if you purchase using those links. Thanks for your support! Visit UnstarvingMusician.com to sign up for Liner Notes to learn what I'm learning from the best indie musicians and music industry professionals. Stay in touch! @RobonzoDrummer on Twitter and Instagram @UnstarvingMusician on Facebook and YouTube
Join us this week as we discuss the efter affects of the pandemic
We talk about new ways to look at pay since the pandemic, how different employers take different approaches and what transparency means today.x
Wonder of Parenting - A Brain-Science Approach to Parenting
The Post-Pandemic Learning Gap with Special Guest Max Roach. Michael and Tim welcome Maxwell Roach to talk about the power of tutoring. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode Sal, Adam & Justin speak with scientist Kevin Bass about his controversial Newsweek article.
Legal Talk Network - Law News and Legal Topics
The pandemic underscored the need for solo practitioners and small law firms to plan for the retirement of influential leaders, business disruptions and unforeseen events. Firms without a succession plan run the risk of losing clients and revenue, if not more. As a law firm leader, what should you take into consideration when planning and timing your retirement? Discover essential elements of creating an exit strategy, including how to overcome potential obstacles, selling and valuing your legal practice and other factors to ensure a smooth transition and your firm's future success.
Dustin Brown (@dbrownyoga) grew up in Kauai, Hawaii where he learned to surf, eventually become a pro-surfer. He was introduced to Yoga by his partner, at the time, and soon felt how his body and mind shifted through the practice. He has found strength, flexibility, increased recovery, and an overall balanced lifestyle through Yoga and after traveling the world as a professional surfer he settled in Melbourne, Australia, and co-founded Melbourne-based Warrior One Yoga. Where you can find him today. He is a Jiu-Jitsu Black belt, Vedic meditator, yoga teacher trainer, former Apple Fitness+ trainer and an ambassador for Boys of Yoga, a global movement helping to bring more guys to the mat. What you'll learn ….How Dustin got into yoga and what helped him initially to keep going back to classes About Dustin's meditation practice and gratitude practice The power of journaling and ways to get more men into journaling The importance of has to scheduling in his down time How Dustin finds balance in his scheduling and time management About Dustin's yoga focus during covid lockdowns and continuing training What Dustin learnt about himself during the pandemic PERKS FOR YOU10% off Liforme yoga mats with code HUSLER10 10% off Colorful Standard clothing with code ADAMHUSLERCS1010% off Vivobarefoot with code ADAMHUSLERVB25% off our online platform full of yoga, sound and meditation, with code HONEST25 (25% off single 12 month membership or reoccurring monthly membership until cancellation) Hosted by @adamhusler and @iamhollyhusler
Debbie Gonzalez, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker. She is a certified professional coach who provides different presentations and workshops. We discuss the 3 year anniversary of the #covid19 lockdown and discuss the begins of its aftermath. Debbie is also the author of 3 books, "A Walk with Copper", "A Game with Cooper" and "A Visit with Cooper". She discusses how she uses these children's books in workshops with adults. Debbie's website is https://www.debbiegonzalezcoaching.com She can be found on instagram at www.instagram.com/eqsavvy Follow the podcast at https://www.instagram.com/thesocialworkrantspodcasthttps://www.twitter.com/socialworkrants This episode is sponsored by Heard Technologies, Inc. Social workers in private practice, Heard assists with taxes and payroll. Heard can save on your tax bill. https://www.joinheard.com/welcome-form?utm_source=industry&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=socialworkrants My 30 page poetry book Triumph Through Pain: How to Maximize Your Full Potential During Hard Times is available on Amazon. Here's the link for purchase: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0B6H1D3ZT Latinx in Social Work Volume 2 link is available here: https://payhip.com/b/3RFA1
Ask Me How I Know: Multifamily Investor Stories of Struggle to Success
Help us welcome Gina Riley back to the show as we discuss one of the most controversial subjects regarding work and the workforce. Don't miss our conversation about key trends shaping the labor force of the future and how they impact Gen Z's people skills. So if you're curious about how the workplace might change in the years to come, don't miss this episode!KEY TAKEAWAYSWhy we need to encourage Gen Z to develop their interpersonal skillsImpact of technology on Gen Z's ability to socializePromoting a holistic workplace culture: How to do it and its importanceLeading concerns about the future of the workforce due to technological developmentRESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONEDEp257 Gina Riley on Career Transitions https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/gina-riley-on-career-transitions/id1501539079?i=1000552088065Are We Ready for a Latch-Key Workforce? https://vimeo.com/765496035Zero to One by Peter Thiel and Blake Masters https://amzn.to/3J1tJW3The Defining Decade by Meg Jay https://amzn.to/3xXPGisABOUT GINA RILEYGina Riley is a Human Resources professional who sits at the powerful convergence between Career Coaching, Executive Search, and Interview Skills Training. She is an authority in career transition and is the creator of the CareerVelocity System™ – a comprehensive solution helping leaders and executives map out their transition strategy to last throughout their careers. CONNECT WITH GINAWebsite: https://ginarileyconsulting.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ginariley/CONNECT WITH USSchedule 20 minutes to get to know each otherSchedule 20 minutes to explore performance coaching with JulieSchedule 30 minutes to learn about investing with Three Keys InvestmentsJoin the Book and Networking club via Zoom at: bit.ly/3HBPnQw or sign up at: bit.ly/3c0dr1u to access and interact with an extraordinary group that will help you level up!Visit ThreeKeysInvestments.com to download a free e-book, “Why Invest in Apartments”!Looking to reduce your taxes so you can build wealth? Mode Wealth is a boutique financial firm helping real estate professionals, investors, and entrepreneurs ethically and morally optimize their tax strategy to reduce their tax liability. Learn more and schedule a FREE consultation today! https://modewealth.com/Looking for an affordable healthcare solution? Check out Christian Healthcare Ministries by visiting https://bit.ly/3JTRm1I Please RSS: Review, Subscribe, Share!
It is often understood that as times change, so does technology. And so we find new ways of doing old things. For example, communication is not new, but with today's technology we have countless ways of doing it. Few letters are being mailed today, but hundreds of emails are sent in a single day. Shopping has shifted from a physical experience of entering a storefront to scrolling on a webpage and clicking items into a virtual cart. And even then, some online stores pride themselves on a personal experience, trying to get back to the human interaction that was so characteristic of the shopping experience in the past.But what about ancient institutions like the church? Many churches were already live streaming their services online even before the pandemic. But when lockdowns happened, all of that went into overdrive. Churches that already had an online option were prepared, and other smaller churches had to think creatively about how to minister to their congregations online. But all of this did not come without its growing pains. Questions, doubts, and concerns about the viability of online church were brought to the forefront of ecclesial conversations.In this episode, we ask: What do we do about “virtual church”? Where does the church go from here? All that and more on this edition of the podcast.Leave us a short voice message or text message at (312) 725-2995.Support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/questionsfromthepew
The Untold Story with Martha MacCallum
On this episode, Martha is joined by the President & CEO of Junior Achievement Rocky Mountain, Robin Wise to discuss her journey from dropping out of college to later becoming a leader in business. Later, they talk about the goals of the Junior Achievement program, how it prepares students for college and professional lives, and why Robin feels the answer to America's education crisis is more schooling and tutoring. Follow Martha on Twitter: @MarthaMacCallum Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week we welcome Diana Forester, Director of Health Policy with Texans Care for Children. We are just over halfway through the 140 day legislative session, and Texas Impact has many priorities, and maternal health and Medicaid for Texas families are always important legislative priorities for Texans of faith across the state. But Diana joined us to talk about another Medicaid issue: the unwinding of COVID-era continuous coverage of Medicaid.
This is a special edition of Round Table. We discuss how Generation Z pursues employment in a post-pandemic world. Heyang speaks with Chen Xi, a PhD candidate at the Australian Studies Centre of East China Normal University; Shamim Zakaria, a journalist and commentator; Reon van der Merwe, a director for Stakeholder Relations at South African BRICS Youth Association; and Mubarak Mugabo, a journalist and multimedia producer in Uganda.
Table For Four: A Family Conversation Podcast
This week's episode was inspired by a Tedtalk on Talk Education with Kristen Nguyen on the 3 steps to help kids process traumatic events. We had our kids watch the TedTalk and we had a family conversation discussing the before, during & after the events of the pandemic. We discussed what is a collective experience and what we tell our kids on how to process traumatic events. Join the family conversation. Kristen Nguyen's TedTalk: https://www.ted.com/talks/kristen_nguyen_3_steps_to_help_kids_process_traumatic_events/comments Sources: TEDTALK, Kristen Nguyen
"Coming through the pandemic, we've suddenly seen the supply chain crunch that hit the transportation industry really ease. And we think that's an area ripe for potential investment." Weatherbie Enduring Growth Portfolio Manager, Josh Bennett, CFA, discusses unheralded opportunities in transportation, trucking and third party logistics.
The pandemic changed everything. That should go without saying. The whole nation shifted. But moving beyond the macro-changes, there were also changes in smaller pockets of American society. We've already talked a bit about how businesses and schools had to transition overnight to remote work and remote learning. Other organizations had to change and continue to change. The political sphere was as volatile as ever, perhaps even more volatile, with political leaders and influencers from both sides throwing accusations at the other. And those who associate with a particular side were very much taking part of it all.But what about pockets of American society that are thought to be a beacon of hope and guidance in times of upheaval? Religious institutions seem to occupy that space in some shape or another even in our modern age. And for a country that has had such a far-reaching connection to Christianity, the question of how the American church carried itself during the pandemic is an important one.In this episode, we ask: How did the American church respond? How did the American church's cultural influence change?Leave us a short voice message or text message at (312) 725-2995.Support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/questionsfromthepew
Washington Post journalists Cat Zakrzewski, Abha Bhattarai and Dave Jorgenson speak with Everette Taylor, CEO of Kickstarter, Lynn Perry Wooten, president of Simmons University, and David and Jonah Stillman, co-authors of “Gen Z @ Work,” about the restructuring of work in the post-pandemic economy. Conversation recorded on Wednesday, March 22, 2023.
Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone
Of all the things Covid took from us, what we tend to ignore is our manners. How do we behave now that we haven't HAD to behave for a couple of years? Returning champion Elaine Swann is here to school us on the niceties of niceties. Plus, for your information… it's information! The long-awaited return of our Potluck Info Party. GUEST Elaine Swann elaineswann.com HOUSE BAND Emily Verschoor-Kirss emilyannevk.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Do you find that you are longing for the way things were before the pandemic? Are you finding that you are having trouble being hopeful for a brighter future? If so, you might be suffering from post-pandemic stress. Listen to this podcast to learn about post-pandemic stress, how to let go of the past, and how to create a peaceful, joyful, and abundant future!
A government survey revealed that more than 70% of Singapore residents felt that their overall quality of life was the same or better in post-pandemic 2023, compared with 2019 before COVID-19. With inflation, layoffs and a war going on, is this survey an accurate reflection of sentiment on the ground? Elsewhere, Samsung's Galaxy S23 Ultra phone has come under scrutiny for its AI-driven image enhancement technology which allows it to zoom in and capture detailed pictures of the moon. Why are people making a fuss about this software function? Find us here! YLB Subreddit YLB TikTok YLB IG YLB YouTube Folklory If you're looking for a meaningful gift, we'd love to help you create a personal podcast for a loved one. Get started at Folklory.com! 7 in 10 Singapore Residents in Good Shape Post-pandemic 69% of S'pore residents rate quality of life post-pandemic as 'Good' or 'Very good': MCI poll 7 in 10 S'pore residents in good shape post-pandemic; youth, caregivers see drop in quality of life: Poll Higher proportion of youth say quality of life lower post-Covid, in contrast to general population's positive sentiments: Survey Relationships weakened, passions lost: Teens reveal why they were hit harder during pandemic, analysts share how youth can move on Press release for MCI's Poll Samsung Phone's Fake Moon Shots Samsung's Moon Shots Force Us to Ask How Much AI Is Too Much | WIRED How Samsung Phones are "Faking" their Photos. | Mrwhosetheboss YouTube Samsung explains its 'fake' Moon photos One Shiok Comment Comment by pencilbreads One Shiok Thing Providence News site claiming to debunk Netflix documentary “In The Name of God” Harry Mack x Beardyman | None Of This Was Planned Edited and mixed by Tristen Yeak
David Essel, is a number one best-selling author, counselor, executive coach, international speaker, radio/tv host and minister whose mission is to positively affect 2 million people or more every day, in every area of life, regardless of their current circumstances. He is verified through Psychology Today, Theravive and Therapy Tribe as one of the top Counselors and Executive Life Coaches in the USA and is verified through Marriage.com as one of the top relationship counselors and experts in the world. 1:30 Post Pandemic 8:40 Why is this your passion? 11:30 Permanent Recovery? 16:00 24 Liver transplants 20:00 We have the technology Talkdavid.com Website: StayYoungAmerica.com Twitter: @StayYoungPod Facebook: Stay Young America!
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 4/4: Men Without Work: Post-Pandemic Edition (2022) (New Threats to Freedom Series) by Nicholas Eberstadt (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Men-Without-Work-Post-Pandemic-Threats/dp/1599475979 Nicholas Eberstadt's landmark 2016 study, Men Without Work,cast a spotlight on the collapse of work for men in modern America. Rosy reports of low unemployment rates and “full or near full employment” conditions, he contends, were overlooking a quiet, continuing crisis: Depression-era work rates for American men of “prime working age” (25–54). The grim truth: over six million prime-age men were neither working nor looking for work. Conventional unemployment measures ignored these labor force dropouts, but their ranks had been rising relentlessly for half a century. Eberstadt's unflinching analysis was, in the words of The New York Times, “an unsettling portrait not just of male unemployment, but also of lives deeply alienated from civil society.”
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 3/4: Men Without Work: Post-Pandemic Edition (2022) (New Threats to Freedom Series) by Nicholas Eberstadt (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Men-Without-Work-Post-Pandemic-Threats/dp/1599475979 Nicholas Eberstadt's landmark 2016 study, Men Without Work,cast a spotlight on the collapse of work for men in modern America. Rosy reports of low unemployment rates and “full or near full employment” conditions, he contends, were overlooking a quiet, continuing crisis: Depression-era work rates for American men of “prime working age” (25–54). The grim truth: over six million prime-age men were neither working nor looking for work. Conventional unemployment measures ignored these labor force dropouts, but their ranks had been rising relentlessly for half a century. Eberstadt's unflinching analysis was, in the words of The New York Times, “an unsettling portrait not just of male unemployment, but also of lives deeply alienated from civil society.”
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 2/4: Men Without Work: Post-Pandemic Edition (2022) (New Threats to Freedom Series) by Nicholas Eberstadt (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Men-Without-Work-Post-Pandemic-Threats/dp/1599475979 Nicholas Eberstadt's landmark 2016 study, Men Without Work,cast a spotlight on the collapse of work for men in modern America. Rosy reports of low unemployment rates and “full or near full employment” conditions, he contends, were overlooking a quiet, continuing crisis: Depression-era work rates for American men of “prime working age” (25–54). The grim truth: over six million prime-age men were neither working nor looking for work. Conventional unemployment measures ignored these labor force dropouts, but their ranks had been rising relentlessly for half a century. Eberstadt's unflinching analysis was, in the words of The New York Times, “an unsettling portrait not just of male unemployment, but also of lives deeply alienated from civil society.”
Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow 1/4: Men Without Work: Post-Pandemic Edition (2022) (New Threats to Freedom Series) by Nicholas Eberstadt (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Men-Without-Work-Post-Pandemic-Threats/dp/1599475979 Nicholas Eberstadt's landmark 2016 study, Men Without Work,cast a spotlight on the collapse of work for men in modern America. Rosy reports of low unemployment rates and “full or near full employment” conditions, he contends, were overlooking a quiet, continuing crisis: Depression-era work rates for American men of “prime working age” (25–54). The grim truth: over six million prime-age men were neither working nor looking for work. Conventional unemployment measures ignored these labor force dropouts, but their ranks had been rising relentlessly for half a century. Eberstadt's unflinching analysis was, in the words of The New York Times, “an unsettling portrait not just of male unemployment, but also of lives deeply alienated from civil society.”
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Joe Williams is a Co-Founder of Keller Williams, which has a network of over 200,000 real estate brokers. We had the privilege of having Joe speak on stage at our '22 Super Summit, where he shared 5 real estate trends that have emerged from the pandemic. Listen to this podcast. #realestate #realestatetrends #joewilliams #KellerWilliams #RealEstateInvestors #RealEstateInvesting #Investorclub---------------------------The largest association in the family office wealth management industry with 140,000+ current members—become a member today. Since 2007, the Family Office Club has been working with family offices by helping them create family offices, identify deal flow from our live conferences, and connect with quality investment firms and independent sponsors. To learn more, and get two chapters from Richard C. Wilson's best selling book, "The Family Office Book: Investing Capital for the Ultra-Affluent." please download our free Family Office Report PDF on single and multi-family offices right now by visiting: http://FamilyOfficeReport.comMembership and our events please see http://FamilyOffices.com or to learn more about setting up your family office please see http://SingleFamilyOffices.com►Where to follow and listen to Richard:Twitter: https://Twitter.com/RichardCWilsonWebsite: http://www.FamilyOffices.comLinkedIn: https://www.Linkedin.com/in/singlefam...iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/f...Products: http://FamilyOffices.com/wp-content/u...Facebook: https://www.Facebook.com/Family-Offic...Trainings: https://www.InvestmentCertifications.comBootcamps: http://FamilyOffices.com/CapitalFamily Offices Summits: http://FamilyOffices.com/:Family Office Jobs:http://FamilyOfficejobs.com/----► Subscribe to My Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/familyofficesgroup--Richard is a bestselling author and for 10+ Years the Family Office Club has attracted over 1,500 registered family offices with $1 trillion+ in assets. Richard is an internationally renowned speaker on leadership, Family Offices space, entrepreneurship, social media, and finance. He regularly appears on Fox News, Fox Business, CNBC, and MSNBC, and writes for Forbes, Success Magazine, Business Insider, Entrepreneur.com, and the Huffington Post. He urges his followers and clients to make success their duty, responsibility, and obligation. He currently resides in South Florida with his wife and two daughters.
The pandemic changed a lot about the way we think about human existence, whether it further entrenched people in their previously held beliefs or opened them up to new ways of thinking about how humans exist and flourish in the world. We had to ask ourselves what aspects of human life are absolutely essential for our own wellbeing, and what could we acceptably relinquish for the short-term.The idea of community is one of those things that was re-examined in light of the pandemic. Everyone seemed to pivot as best as they could to some sort of remote interaction, some with more success than others. In some cases, people welcomed it. Employees enjoyed the ability to stay and work from home instead of commuting to the office. But as things began opening up and people made their way back into the office, there often seemed to be less cohesion in the workplace. Schools went to remote instruction, but quickly saw that the learning experience was not the same without the face to face interaction between teachers and students. And those are just two examples. As we head out of the pandemic season and reshape society and culture, community is an element of human existence that cannot be overlooked.In this episode, we ask: Has our understanding of community shifted? What does it look like to have a healthy and vibrant community post-pandemic? All that and more on this edition of the podcast.Leave us a short voice message or text message at (312) 725-2995.Support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/questionsfromthepew
Fly on the Wall presented by Church Boom
Over the past few years, the world has experienced unprecedented changes, and the church has not been exempt from the impact of these changes. However, many churches have found renewed growth by focusing on leadership and engagement.In this episode, Pastor Chris is joined by Pastor Joe Hunt of Compass North Church, as they discuss gaining momentum as a church post-pandemic. They discuss the importance of having a team that is focused on identifying, buidling, and empowering leaders within the church.They also touch on the significance of engaging people into the life of the church, creating a sense of community and belonging, and providing opportunities for members to use their gifts and talents to serve the church and its mission.If you're a church leader looking for practical insights and strategies for leading your church post-pandemic, this episode is a must-listen. Join Pastor Chris and Pastor Joe Hunt as they share their experiences and insights on how to create a thriving church community that can weather any storm....#churchgrowth #churchcoaching #churchleadership #churchplanning#churchplanting #localpastor #ministry #ministryleader #churchpodcast #churchstaffing #churchmultisite #multisiteministry #churchleadershippodcast
Before the onset of COVID-19, the Department of Veterans Affairs already had the biggest telehealth program in the nation, but the pandemic forced the agency to rapidly scale its existing capabilities to continue to deliver critical health care to veterans in a remote environment. Dr. Neil Evans joins us to discuss the progress VA has made with telehealth, how remote care offerings are closing the digital divide and the next steps in this journey.
Early in 2020, the world came to a screeching halt. Whole states went into lockdown. International travel was stopped. Everyone was told to go home and isolate in an attempt to slow the viral spread. Even the slightest sign of illness caused panic and paranoia. And even when solutions were proposed and created, the journey out of the pandemic was a slow and grueling one.For the most part, we are now living in a post-pandemic America. But it is not the same America. There are few places in American life that have not been changed because of the pandemic. From politics to education, business to employment - changes were made that make getting “back to normal” impossible. And we're still trying to figure out what the new normal is.In this episode, we ask: How did the world respond to the COVID-19 pandemic? Did it unite or divide us? How has the pandemic and the things that came as a result of it affected the way we view humanity and human worth? All that and more on this edition of the podcast.Leave us a short voice message or text message at (312) 725-2995.Support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/questionsfromthepew
America's Commercial Real Estate Show
John Boyd with the Boyd Company joins Michael Bull to discuss the top markets for corporate relocation and new manufacturing in our post-pandemic environment. Brought to you by: Bull Realty - Customized Asset & Occupancy Solutions: https://www.bullrealty.com/ Commercial Agent Success Strategies - The ultimate commercial broker training resource: https://www.commercialagentsuccess.com/ Watch the video versions of our show on YouTube! https://www.youtube.com/c/Commercialrealestateshow Follow us at: @BullRealty https://twitter.com/bullrealty @CRE_show https://twitter.com/CRE_show
Pretty Pretty Pretty Good: A Curb Your Enthusiasm Podcast
EPISODE 302 – “Jack Botty's Surprise Party” Airdate: March 3, 2023 Written by: John Enbom Directed by: Heather Jack Synopsis: Party Down works a surprise party for movie star Jack Botty thrown by his studio exec girlfriend Evie, which turns weird when the team sees something they shouldn't have. Send us your comments, questions, feedback and suggestions at CurbPostman@gmail.com or on Twitter: @asinensky @achester99 @PrettyGoodCurb Give us a 5 Star Rating and Review: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pretty-pretty-pretty-good-a-curb-your-enthusiasm-podcast/id1497313159 Give us money: https://anchor.fm/pretty-pretty-pretty-good --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pretty-pretty-pretty-good/support
I've got a treat for you all today. After almost 3 years, I've got Shane Simonsen back on the show. For those of you who are not familiar with Shane, I'll give a quick intro and then point you to the links to the two previous shows I recorded with him because they're really worth while. Shane is a biologist who has a fascinating project on 40 acres in Queensland, AU centered around the concept of zero input farming, which also happens to be the name of the popular blog he's written about it, which is one of the most original approaches to large scale food production that I've come across in a long time and asks the simple question of “how might we still be able to produce enough food for ourselves and our communities if we no longer had access to all of the inputs and fossil fuels of our modern times.” Despite sounding like a post apocalyptic exercise in primitive living, Shane's writing is surprisingly optimistic and pragmatic. In a small excerpt from his very first post from September 2019 he writes: In the resource constrained future ahead of us these input dependent approaches to growing food will become impractical or impossible. Instead new systems that rely on locally adapted crops and livestock, integrated into systems that are truly compatible with the local geology and climate will be required. I have taken on the challenge of developing these systems in our particular region in the remaining two decades of vigor I have left in me. This blog is an account of this journey. Hopefully I can inspire some of you to follow in my direction and develop your own locally adapted systems. , but that's just an excerpt from the original interview I did with Shane from before the Pandemic. Today I'm speaking with him about how his zero input strategy helped during the Australian response to the pandemic. We go over what he learned and observed from the resilience and weak points of his farm, as well as how it has caused adaptations for the next steps ahead. On top of all the farm and ecology talk, we dig into the new series of a unique brand of science fiction novels that he's just about to publish. Though it's much better to hear him explain it, I can say that I've never yet found literature on a possible future for a reintegrated future human society whose world is built around biological technology in contrast to the industrial and mechanical technology that dominates our modern world as well as every other sci fi premise I've so far come in contact with. That alone has my imagination and curiosity piqued and I hope it's something we can explore a lot more in future sessions. Join the discord discussion channel to answer the weekly questions and learn new skills with the whole community Links: https://haldanebdoyle.com/ https://zeroinputagriculture.substack.com/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCf4r7XRgHoe4Ac0v2YVeQkg
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This week, hosts Dr. Amanda (@dramandar) and Emily Fox (@emelette) recap Season 3 Episode 2. The post Party Down Season 3 Episode 2 Recap with Ken Marino, ‘Jack Botty's Delayed Post-Pandemic Surprise Party' appeared first on PostShowRecaps.com.
In this conversation with consultant Jeffrey Hull we explore the science of coaching and the maturation of the field, the paradox of wisdom, regenerative paradigms, the evolution of leadership, healing and somatics, and creating a generative ontology. Jeffrey Hull, PhD, is an author, educator, and consultant with more than twenty years' experience partnering with C-suite executives on issues of high-performance leadership, change management, organizational strategy, structure, and culture. He is a highly sought-after facilitator, keynote speaker, and executive coach to both nonprofit and for-profit global organizations. The CEO of LeaderShift Inc., a management consultancy based in New York City, he is also the executive director at the Institute of Coaching, a clinical instructor in psychology at Harvard Medical School, and an adjunct professor of leadership at New York University. Jefrey is the author of Flex, the art and science of leadership in a changing world. See our latest training, The Power of Embodied Transformation (registration open until March 2nd): www.coachesrising.com/powerofembodie…ransformation/
In the wake of the pandemic, many people are struggling with their mental health regardless of their age.But recently published data from the CDC is shedding light on how teens are faring.The numbers show that 4 in 10 U.S. high schoolers experienced persistent feelings of sadness or hopelessness in 2021. Nearly a quarter seriously considered attempting suicide.We discuss how parents can help teens navigate this tumultuous period. Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.
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