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    Greg & Dan Show Interviews
    Traveling this Summer? Kasper Suggests Utilizing Best Safety Practices

    Greg & Dan Show Interviews

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 8:59


    Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Doug Kasper joins Greg and Dan to about the newer sub-variant of Omicron and its effects, the percentage of individuals experiencing long-COVID, and practicing best safety measures when traveling.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Upskill with Edtech
    Digital Skills for the Future of Work: Digital Citizen

    Upskill with Edtech

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 34:19


    In our third season, we will explore the new Profile of a Lifelong Learner, a framework that defines the digital skills needed for success in the future of work. Released in late 2020, the Profile includes five Features that unpack the intersection of digital and lifelong learning skills. Nested under each Feature are three Practices - habits that adult learners, job seekers, and workers should develop to thrive at work, in school, and in community life. Our hope is that the research-backed Profile will help job seekers, workers, and job coaches build new skills that effectively prepare today's workers for the jobs of today and tomorrow. Check out skillrise.org/profile to explore the framework and learn about the methodology for how it was developed. In this episode, we explore the third of five Profile Features: Digital Citizen. Joining us for the conversation are two of our SkillRise advisors: Richard Culatta, CEO of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)Kate Ash, Consulting Director for the Workforce Innovation Network at National Governors AssociationIn this episode, we talk about:The importance of digital citizenship in the modern worldWhy digital citizenship needs to be more than just online safetyHow states and governors have used the pandemic to assess and evolve communication and delivery systemsThe benefit of using standards frameworks to align language and simplify conversations across systemsHow human-centered design can support more accessible and equitable outcomesNotes from Episode 2ISTE's SkillRise InitiativeAbout the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)The Profile of a Lifelong Learner, a research-backed framework that defines the digital skills needed to thrive in the future of work. The Profile Micro-learning Experience, a 10-minute mobile-friendly interactive that introduces the Profile and how its Features come to life at school, at work, and in community life. Guests on this episodeRichard Culatta, Chief Executive OfficerInternational Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)On LinkedInOn TwitterKate Ash Consulting DirectorWorkforce Innovation Network at National Governors AssociationOn LinkedInOn TwitterNGA's State Guide for Preparing the Future Workforce NowHarvard's Implicit Bias TestLessons Learned In Workforce Innovation: How Ten Governors Are Redesigning Workforce Systems For Better Employment Outcomes

    3 Point Firefighter
    Joe Nedder

    3 Point Firefighter

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 45:04


    Joe Nedder is a passionate and inspirational instructor who joined the fire service on April 2,1977 on a small rural volunteer department. he became an instructor for the Massachusetts Fire Academy where he developed and implemented a Firefighter I/II program for Volunteers and On call firefighters. Nedder has been attending the FDIC every year for 25 years. He has taught at the FDIC every year since 2010. He has written numerous articles for Fire Engineering Magazine Volunteer Corner. Joe has authored 2 books: Rapid Intervention Crews (Jones and Bartlett) and Managing Risk in the Volunteer Fire Department: Concepts, Methods and Practices for Fire Engineering books. A self-described disciple of risk management, Nedder is on a mission to spread the word that continuous, meaningful training is necessary to be safe and work effectively as a firefighter.  When you ask those who have taken one of his classes to describe his teaching style you will repeatedly hear the words knowledgeable, passionate, inspirational and fun. Nedder has been attending the FDIC every year for 25 years. He has taught at the FDIC every year since 2010. He has written numerous articles for Fire Engineering Magazine #39  Volunteer Corner. Joe has authored 2 books; Rapid Intervention Crews (Jones and Bartlett) and Managing Risk in the Volunteer Fire Department: Concepts, Methods and Practices for Fire Engineering books. A self-described disciple of risk management, Nedder is on a mission to spread the word that continuous, meaningful training is necessary to be safe and work effectively as a firefighter.

    Flow with the Grow
    Regulating Emotions and your Nervous System with Jay Fields

    Flow with the Grow

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 70:40


    Jay Fields, M.A. is an educator, coach and author who has taught the principles of embodied social and emotional intelligence to individuals and organizations for twenty years. Her approach to helping people have their own back at work and in life is grounded, playful, empathic and intelligent. Jay received her BA in Psychosocial Health and Human Movement from the College of William and Mary and her masters in Integral Transformative Education from Prescott College. She is the author of the book Teaching People, Not Poses and the Linkedin Learning courses Managing Your Emotions at Work and Practices for Regulating Your Nervous System and Reducing Stress. When not working with clients or facilitating trainings, you can find Jay riding her motorcycle with her sweetie in the mountains outside of Ojai, California where she lives. In this epiosde, Jay and I have a very authentic and curious conversation around regulating emotions and our nervous system, what that means, the importance of doing so, and tactical things you can do starting right now to help you regulate your emotions and your nervous system! Connect with Jay and learn more about her group coaching program: Website: https://jay-fields.com/ Group coaching program, Yours Truly: https://jay-fields.com/yours-truly Linkedin Learning Courses: https://jay-fields.com/courses Linkedin profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jayfields1/ Connect with me: Instagram: @sophia_dawn41 Instagram: @flowwiththegrowpodcast Facebook: Sophia Dawn Nehlich-Arobba Athletic Greens Parternship: www.athleticgreens.com/flow  

    Hardwood Hustle
    Episode 453 - Executing Better Practices - Part 2

    Hardwood Hustle

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 41:25


    This episode is part of a 2 part series with TJ and Sam as they continue to share what it looks like to execute better practices. In part 2 today, they'll cover off building habits, implementing a games approach, raising competitiveness, and how and when to pivot your practice plan.To Learn more about PGC Coaching Clinics and Read & React Workshops go to PGCClinics.com

    Hip Creative
    The Sales Process for Orthodontic Practices

    Hip Creative

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 23:18


    We're happy to have you back for another episode of The GrowOrtho Podcast. On today's episode, we chat with Madison Martin, Sales Director at Fishbein Orthodontics. Tune in to hear Madison's thoughts and insights about: What made Madison make the leap from clinical assistant to sales (and how that transition benefited her in her current position as … The Sales Process for Orthodontic Practices Read More » The post The Sales Process for Orthodontic Practices appeared first on HIP Creative.

    Gye-Nyame Journey Show
    Let' Talk About The #NguzoSabaChallenge

    Gye-Nyame Journey Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 16:04


    What are you doing to make this year your best yet? Are you taking time for self-care? Are you setting goals and creating action plans for those goals? Do you have a plan for maintaining your overall wellbeing in mind, body, and spirit? If not, I suggest that you give the #NguzoSabaChallenge a try.

    Intuitively Rich with Ani Rich
    #108 Daily practices to Support your Mental Health after Covid w/ Hema Murty

    Intuitively Rich with Ani Rich

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 39:11


    In this episode of Intuitively Rich Ani and Hema talked about the importance of Mental Hygiene, supporting mental health, emotional healing after covid and more. Find Hema: https://www.getshanti.com/ Find Ani: https://anirich.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ani-rich/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ani-rich/support

    One Ancient Hope Podcast
    Practices of Seeing (Matthew 5:21-32) | 062622

    One Ancient Hope Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 44:58


    Practices of Seeing (Matthew 5:21-32) | 062622 by One Ancient Hope Presbyterian Church

    Cloud Computing – Connected Social Media
    Simplifying AIoT and Driving Digital Transformation with Intel – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 276

    Cloud Computing – Connected Social Media

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


    James Cho, VP of Business Development at ThunderSoft, joins host Jake Smith to discuss how Cloud and IoT accelerate digital transformation everywhere – consumer, industrial, automotive, healthcare, government, education – with almost unlimited computing power and connecting every intelligent device to the network. James talks about ThunderSoft's long-term partnership with Intel in engineering collaboration and […]

    Intel – Connected Social Media
    Simplifying AIoT and Driving Digital Transformation with Intel – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 276

    Intel – Connected Social Media

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


    James Cho, VP of Business Development at ThunderSoft, joins host Jake Smith to discuss how Cloud and IoT accelerate digital transformation everywhere – consumer, industrial, automotive, healthcare, government, education – with almost unlimited computing power and connecting every intelligent device to the network. James talks about ThunderSoft's long-term partnership with Intel in engineering collaboration and […]

    The Education of a Value Investor
    Mark Bitz - Winning Practices, Cultural Council, International Affairs and an honest rule of law

    The Education of a Value Investor

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 82:44


    Mark Bitz is an entrepreneur, author and community leader. In his latest book, Winning Practices of a Free, Fit, and Prosperous People, and in his course, his aim is to make people aware of the essential practices that should flow through populations, be mastered and subsequently transmitted in order to evolve a superior set of software that enables them to really flourish in their environment.He talks to Guy Spier about the winning practices, his idea of a cultural council in the United States, international affairs and the importance of an honest rule of law. Full transcript available here: https://aqfd.docsend.com/view/pkiww39rnr4w2ryc Contents:The Influence of Various Cultural Packages (00:00)A Winning Practice: DNA Fidelity (00:12:33)International Affairs and Interference (00:24:016)The Importance of an Honest Rule of Law (00:30:46)Role of Religion in Transmitting Culture (00:37:34)The Idea of a Cultural Council (00:44:10)China from a Different Point of View (00:57:12)The United States' Ability to Reboot (01:07:16)Calls to Action (01:17:44)

    Cultura Digitale
    Premio Best Practices e Startup Weekend Salerno 2022

    Cultura Digitale

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 26:12


    In questa puntata speciale di Cultura Digitale parleremo di due degli eventi più importanti del salernitano, il Premio Best Practices arrivato alla sua sedicesima edizione e Startup Weekend Salerno 2022.Insieme a Francesco Serravalle Presidente del Gruppo Servizi Innovativi e Tecnologici Confindustria Salerno e Gerardo Sabbarese andremo ad approfondire le novità di queste edizioni e come candidarsi per partecipare con la propria azienda o con la propria idea.#premiobestpractices #startupweekendsalerno #eventi-------------------

    AAD's Dialogues in Dermatology
    Practice Management Series: Optimizing Your Office: From Practice Workflows to Improving Your EHR Practices

    AAD's Dialogues in Dermatology

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


    Dr. Laura Houk, MD interviewed by Lilia Correa, MD, FAAD

    Path 11 Podcast
    399 Embodied Practices for Soul Care with Mara Branscombe

    Path 11 Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 48:13


    Mara Branscombe is a mother, writer, yogi, artist, teacher, mindfulness leader, ceremonialist and spiritual coach. She is passionate about weaving the art of mindfulness, self-care, creativity, mind–body practices, and earth-based rituals into her life and work, and she has been leading community ceremony since 2000. An adventurous spirit, Mara has sailed across the Atlantic Ocean, trekked across the Himalayas, studied yoga in India, planted trees in Canada's north, lived off the grid in a remote cabin in the woods, worked as a Waldorf (Steiner School) teacher, and then found her passion for dance and choreography. All the while yoga, meditation, mysticism and ritual have been at the heart of Mara's journey. Her trainings in the Incan Shaman lineage and the Pagan tradition have greatly inspired her life's work of earth-based, ceremonial, intentional, and heart-centered living and loving. Mara currently lives in Vancouver, Canada with her husband and two daughters. http://www.marabranscombe.com/ ------------------------------- As of this moment, we have over 80 hours of premium videos available at path11tv.com, with new videos added regularly. Watch Path 11 TV wherever you want, on the iPhone, AppleTV, Android, Amazon Fire, and Roku Apps.

    The Art of Leadership Daily
    AOLD 012 | John Mark Comer on 3 Practices for Preparing a Sermon

    The Art of Leadership Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 9:42


    John Mark Comer describes to Carey three best practices for writing a sermon that will help your congregation. Looking for resources to lead, run and grow your church? Join The Art of Leadership Academy today at http://theartofleadershipacademy.com/.

    Make It Count: Living a Legacy Life
    Ep 140 A Legacy of Unlocking Your God-given Potential with Ruthie Kim

    Make It Count: Living a Legacy Life

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 35:34


    At 18, Ruthie Kim took a risk: she left her quiet village in the UK for the noisy city of San Francisco because she heard God tell her to go show His love to people on the streets. She admits now she had a ton to learn and one thing she learned from personal experience is this: when we take a risk and step out of our comfort zone, that's when we unlock our God-given potential. She now teaches and coaches others to do the same. She doesn't want to leave anything on the table; to not live out all that God's given her to serve alongside of Him for His kingdom I love that kind of surrender. I want to do the same: "Lord, show me what I'm missing. All great gifts are from You. I want to open them all, even the risky ones. Amen." WRITER / SPEAKER/ COACH / FOUNDER BECAUSE JUSTICE MATTERS Ruthie Kim is an executive coach, an ordained minister, and a member of the teaching team at Reality SF church. She is a prophetically gifted and sought-after speaker and a relentless advocate for women and girls.  Having grown up in the UK, Ruthie traded in the English countryside for the inner city of San Francisco, where she founded Because Justice Matters, an organization building pathways to brighter futures for women and girls in urban communities. Ruthie's passion for unlocking potential led her into the world of executive coaching, where she now specializes in working with influential leaders at key moments of transition.  Ruthie loves taking her rescue pup Callie for walks on the beach and hunting for travel deals to satisfy her desire to explore and experience new places. Ruthie's life and work are greatly inspired and enriched by being a wife to Brian and mom to two boys.   Click here for information on GOLDEN, Ruthie's women's retreat in Maui in September, 2022. Register by July 4 for lower priced tickets. Ruthie is offering her pdf of "Living in Pursuit of God: 20 Practices from 20 Years" for every listener. Click here for your copy.   ____________   One way to love people is through food. You may not love cooking. This is for you:  My Favorite Relaxing Recipes They are simple. I only do simple. Enjoy and let me know if you make them. I like to say, Make some, Eat some, Serve some, Freeze some I also like to say, Brownies are my love language. How to invest in what matters beyond ourselves. We have one life – let's make the most of it for God, others, and eternity. Subscribe: Choose one of these popular free listening services, and subscribe there:    OR Subscribe to Welcome Heart's weekly email newsletter, blog updates, and podcast notes, here!        

    KYO Conversations
    Gratitude Rituals To Move Through Dark Moments, Living With Integrity & Fostering Self-Compassion w/ Chris Schembra

    KYO Conversations

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 51:01


    Chris Schembra is the bestselling author of "Gratitude and Pasta: The Secret Sauce for Human Connection". Forbes ranks his book as the #2 book of 2020 to create Human Connection, USA Today calls him their "Gratitude Guru".He is the Founder of the 7:47 Gratitude Experience — an evidence-based framework used to strengthen client and team relationships in profound ways. But above all, Chris is someone I'm proud to call a friend and I'm honoured to have an entire chapter dedicated to his mind and work in Personal Socrates.Make sure to check out his latest book! >>> Gratitude Through Hard Times — Finding Positive Benefits Through Our Darkest Hours_____Get your copy of Personal Socrates: Better Questions, Better Life  Connect with Marc >>>  Website | LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter Drop a review and let me know what's resonating with you about the show!Thanks as always for listening and have the best day yet!*Behind the Human is proudly recorded in a Canadian made Loop Phone Booth*Special props

    Practically Well
    Ayurveda and Conscious Communication w/Gillian McMichael

    Practically Well

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 47:38


    Today's wellness chat dives into all things Ayurveda, including:What the doshas are What each dosha looks like in and out of balance Practices to help bring ourselves back into balance based on our dosha What conscious communication is and it's vital importance in leading a grounded, healthy life Connect with Gillian:www.fullcircleglobal.com@the.master.coach@fullcircleglobal 

    Point of Impact
    10 PRACTICES FOR SUCCESS IN YOUR WORK

    Point of Impact

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 30:13


    Your work can be fulfilling and impacting. Rick shares ways to succeed in your work, and specific practices you can employ that will bring great personal and professional results.

    The Back Pain Podcast
    10 Years of Treating Lower Back Pain – How Our Practices Have Changed

    The Back Pain Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 34:52


    Rob and Dave are both seeing patients every day in their clinics and in this episode they take a look at how things have changed over the last 10 years They share the learning that has changed how they work with their patients and discuss the vital importance of movement and how evolving to work with patients as someone who is supporting that individual's journey to recovery, not the hero clinician builds positive and productive relationships   Listen in to hear Rob and Dave reflect on how their practice has evolved and why it's always important to stay on top of new developments if you want to be a great clinician KEY TAKEAWAYS It's important to take a considered approach and look at emerging clinical research and trends. It's updating, evolving, and staying on top of it Worry and anxiety about your posture is only going to potentially exacerbate your back pain It's not the specific exercises that make a difference it's about keeping the movement going We start with the basics of good quality movement and then fine tune Some movement is important it doesn't have to be a specific granular program Conversations in the clinic have changed from ‘I'm the therapist here to save you' The clinician is no longer the hero fixing you, the patient is now the hero with the clinic providing a helping hand It's not about waiting for someone else to do it for you, it's about taking responsibility for yourself and your recovery supported by the clinician You will have a much better long-term relationship if you are happy to give the praise away to the patient Having difficult conversations is a skill that needs to be developed Talking to patients about their fears is a crucial element in building a relationship and understanding the patient BEST MOMENTS ‘We can't be blinkered we need to be looking for the newest research and turning points in the science ‘When they are as knowledgeable as possible that's when the magic happens' ‘I understand now the power of better movement and communication' RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/what-is-cauda-equina-syndrome-rob-tyer/id1511515312?i=1000506119396 https://www.cpdo.net/Lederman_The_fall_of_the_postural-structural-biomechanical_model.pdf THE BACK PAIN PODCAST PROVIDER MAP - FINDING SOMEONE TO HELP YOU WITH YOUR BACK PAIN https://thebackpainpodcast.com/index.php/members-map/ VALUABLE RESOURCES The Back Pain Podcast The Back Pain Podcast website The Back Pain Podcast recommended products affiliate link Our Rode Mixer https://amzn.to/3waU8bx Our Microphones https://amzn.to/3rzSZ9Z Second Microphone https://amzn.to/2ObKMeA XLR Cable https://amzn.to/3rBL8ZB Studio Headphones https://amzn.to/3u082LE Laptophttps://amzn.to/3dhfafT Our webcam https://amzn.to/31uUefQ ABOUT THE HOSTS Dave Elliott Dave is the owner of Advanced Chiropractic, a chain of Chiropractic and massage therapy clinics in Essex, UK. Dave still sees patients during the week but has been working hard to talk to as many experts in the field of back pain as possible to help distil all the information and bring it to you in this awesome podcast. You can find Dave on any of the Advanced Chiropractic social media platforms, or you can contact him at hello@thebackpainpodcast.com   if you have any questions for him. -Instagram  Rob Beaven Rob owns and runs a multidisciplinary clinic, The Dyer St Clinic in Cirencester Gloucestershire. His team of Chiropractors, Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Doctors, and podiatrists all collaborate on thousands of back pain patients every year. Alongside Dave, he has worked hard to bring to the table experts across all industries to give you the low down on back pain, with steps you can implement today to start feeling better. -Instagram -Twitter SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS Instagram Twitter Facebook CONTACT US hello@thebackpainpodcast.com     Support the show: https://thebackpainpodcast.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Conversations on Living
    Ep. 94 Tracee Stanley (REPLAY): The Power of Radiant Rest

    Conversations on Living

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 60:54


    Of all the things we can do to nourish ourselves, sleep is perhaps the most vital. Alongside food and hydration, sleep is the thing that helps us to function at our best, with clarity and confidence. So vital is it, that lack of sleep can slow us down and make life harder. And severe tiredness can also begin to affect our decision-making abilities, our self-esteem, our courage, our grip on reality and our mental health. Getting enough rest, and good quality sleep, then, should be a crucial part of our toolkit if we are to live and act effectively, with conviction, and integrity. At our best, moving joyfully towards our potential. At its most fundamental, Yoga Nidra is the practice of sleep. As Tracee Stanley, the world-renowned practitioner of Yoga Nidra, states in her book, Radiant Rest: “rest is vital to thriving.” But there is more to Yoga Nidra than simply catching some good quality zees. Through deep relaxation we gain access to a deeper part of ourselves that is beyond the cognitive mind, beyond language and all its cultural trappings, and beyond all the baggage that we carry with us. Normally we only experience this part of ourselves while we sleep, and so we don't remember it when we awake. At best there is, perhaps, a vague sense of it when we rise from our slumber, or maybe we glimpse something profound during a particularly deep meditation. But with Yoga Nidra we are presented with both a process and a state of consciousness that allows us to remain aware while we are in this state. Known as hypnogogia, it not only allows us to come face-to-face with the void that lies deep inside ourselves, transcending duality and connecting us with the infinite universe of which we are so profoundly a part, but it also offers access to our deep intrinsic and ancient wisdom, returning with insights and clarity otherwise impossible to access. The practical, spiritual and valuable benefits of a practice like this are nothing new. It is an ancient knowledge that has even influenced the greatest modern thinkers. Thomas Edison, the inventor of the lightbulb, was said to take regular naps throughout the day, clutching a large metal ball in each hand. As he feel asleep the balls would fall from his hands waking him up, and he would immediately note down any ideas or visions that he had seen in the semi-conscious dreamscape that lies between sleep and awakeness, before they evaporated from memory. Perhaps this is where the idea for the lightbulb came from. Practices such as this can offer us rich, nourishing rest. And they can also offer us guidance from the deepest part of ourselves, something Tracee Stanley refers to as “a connection to our inner knowing.” Surely, getting to know ourselves so intimately, gaining access to our own profound knowledge – the light of our souls – that evades us during thinking hours, can only serve to heal our relationships with both ourselves and our day-to-day reality. And more than this, to move us towards our ultimate state of being. That is, a sense of meaning and purpose to why we are here at all. As Tracee puts it: “Yoga Nidra is a healing salve for the world” and in this conversation she gives me a beginners guide to this powerful and useful practice, which can help us to show up as the best of ourselves, into a reality that is aligned with who we really are. Useful links: www.traceeyoga.com www.radiantrest.com

    Modern Practice Podcast
    CMS 2023 billing guidelines and split/shared visits – Part 2

    Modern Practice Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 10:37


    Practices have just to the end of the year to prepare for and adjust to the new CMS billing guidelines that include rules around split/shared visits between physicians and advanced practice providers (APPs). On this episode of Modern Practice, we'll continue our discussion about these 2023 guidelines and examine tactics you can use to improve your performance under them.   Guest speakers: Christen Hunt, DNP, NP-C, CPNP-AC Senior Director Clinical Team Insights Vizient   Jennifer Sarno, MSN, ACNP-BC, CPHQ Programmatic Advisor Director Clinical Team Insights Vizient   Moderator: Tomas Villanueva, DO, MBA, FACPE, SFHM Principal Clinical Operations and Quality Vizient   Show Notes: [00:45] A laundry list for getting prepared [02:43] Need for awareness among providers [03:10] Need for organizational assessment [03:46] Areas covered by the new ruling [04:27] No blueprint [05:43] An opportunity for efficiency [07:04] Importance of documentation [08:09] Modifier required [08:40] Challenging the status quo [09:00] Vizient's role to help organization's prepare   Links | Resources: To contact Modern Practice: modernpracticepodcast@vizientinc.com Christen Hunt's contact email: christen.hunt@vizientinc.com Jennifer Sarno's contact email: jennifer.sarno@vizientinc.com Calendar Year (CY) 2022 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule Final Rule (CMS) – includes information on 2023 split/shared visits Click Here   Subscribe Today! Apple Podcasts Amazon Podcasts Android Google Podcasts Spotify Stitcher RSS Feed  

    Falun Dafa News and Cultivation
    784: Cultivation Story: “My Whole Family Practices Falun Dafa”

    Falun Dafa News and Cultivation

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 12:04


    "My Whole Family Practices Falun Dafa" by a Falun Dafa practitioner in Taiwan. An experience sharing article on the Minghui website.

    School Leadership Series with Daniel Bauer
    Develop the organization to support desired practices

    School Leadership Series with Daniel Bauer

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 5:03


    The School Leadership Series promises to provide motivation on your way into school every Monday-Friday in five minutes or less. Created by Daniel Bauer, host of the Better Leaders Better Schools Podcast ranked in the TOP 0.5% of all global shows (~2.8 million podcasts). Make sure to SUBSCRIBE. Learn more at https://betterleadersbetterschools.com Buy Daniel's latest book published by Corwin and AASA: https://betterleadersbetterschools.com/go READY TO LEVEL UP? I've created a 5-day challenge, “The Back to School Boot Camp,” that helps school leaders start the year off powerfully, intentionally, and together.    Over 5-days I will send you an inspiring video along with an actionable challenge to help you kick off the year.    The challenge will help you grow relationships, improve communication, create a remarkable culture, learn the secrets of high level execution, and embrace the elegant idea, “less is more.”   Join the challenge today!   The program will run June 27 - July 1, 2022.  Copyright © 2022 Twelve Practices LLC

    Ta de Clinicagem
    Episódio 142: Morte Encefálica

    Ta de Clinicagem

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 47:56


    Assine o Guia, ganhe tempo e atualize-se sem esforço. www.tadeclinicagem.com.br/guia Confira o Resumo Visual do episódio no Youtube: https://youtu.be/5yQWSwxBcYg Kauê e Joca convidam José Marcos para uma conversa sobre Morte Encefálica. Conversamos um pouco sobre o fluxo do protocolo de Morte Encefálica no Brasil, desde sua abertura até o diagnóstico final, incluindo as particularidades do exame físico, teste da apneia e exames complementares. Principais medicamentos depressores do sistema nervoso central e intervalo de tempo da suspensão do uso até o início da determinação da morte encefálica - https://www.scielo.br/j/rbti/a/R7rGGHpRV6fmBZYDzHpfrPS/?lang=pt# (Quadro 2). Referências: 1. Resolução Nº 2.173, de 23 de novembro de 2017 - https://saude.rs.gov.br/upload/arquivos/carga20171205/19140504-resolucao-do-conselho-federal-de-medicina-2173-2017.pdf 2. Goudreau JL, Wijdicks EF, Emery SF. Complications during apnea testing in the determination of brain death: predisposing factors. Neurology 2000; 55:1045. 3. Russell JA, Epstein LG, Greer DM, et al. Brain death, the determination of brain death, and member guidance for brain death accommodation requests: AAN position statement. Neurology 2019. 4. Wahlster S, Wijdicks EF, Patel PV, et al. Brain death declaration: Practices and perceptions worldwide. Neurology 2015; 84:1870. 5. Machado C. Are brain death findings reversible? Pediatr Neurol 2010; 42:305. 6. Lévesque S, Lessard MR, Nicole PC, et al. Efficacy of a T-piece system and a continuous positive airway pressure system for apnea testing in the diagnosis of brain death. Crit Care Med 2006; 34:2213. 7. Sharpe MD, Young GB, Harris C. The apnea test for brain death determination: an alternative approach. Neurocrit Care 2004; 1:363. 8. Flowers WM Jr, Patel BR. Persistence of cerebral blood flow after brain death. South Med J 2000; 93:364. 9. Thompson BB, Wendell LC, Potter NS, et al. The use of transcranial Doppler ultrasound in confirming brain death in the setting of skull defects and extraventricular drains. Neurocrit Care 2014; 21:534. 10. Wijdicks EF, Varelas PN, Gronseth GS, et al. Evidence-based guideline update: determining brain death in adults: report of the Quality Standards Subcommittee of the American Academy of Neurology. Neurology 2010; 74:1911. 11. Westphal, Glauco Adrieno, et al. Diretrizes para avaliação e validação do potencial doador de órgãos em morte encefálica. Rev. bras. ter. intensiva 2016; 28(3); 220-255.

    Changelog Master Feed
    How to keep a secret (Ship It! #58)

    Changelog Master Feed

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 73:12


    Rob Barnes (a.k.a. Devops Rob) and Rosemary Wang (author of Infrastructure as Code - Patterns & Practices) are joining us today to talk about infrastructure secrets. What do Rosemary and Rob think about committing encrypted secrets into a repository? How do they suggest that we improve on storing secrets in LastPass? And if we were to choose HashiCorp Vault, what do we need to know? Thank you Thomas Eckert for the intro. Thank you Nabeel Sulieman (ep. 46) & Kelsey Hightower (ep. 44) for your gentle nudges towards improving our infra secrets management.

    The Soul Connection Podcast
    Practices to Turn to During Seasons of Growth

    The Soul Connection Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 21:18


    This month on The Soul Connection Podcast our intention has been around growth. Each meditation and accompanying journal prompt has been focused on having a growth mindset, on pushing ourselves through these seasons, on finding the courage to show up even when it's challenging. This has been such a timely intention with my own life and my own current season of growth so I thought it would be helpful to share some of the practices that I turn to during seasons of growth so you can feel supported during your next (or current) season. That's what you can expect from today's BONUS episode. If you found a connection to yourself from listening to this podcast, please rate, review, subscribe, and share it with your friends. Add a yoga class to your practice today from my YouTube channel, Katie Arnold Yoga. Learn about the 28-day Connection Intensive here: https://iamkatiearnold.com/explore/ Find more from me @iamkatiearnold and @soulconnectionpodcast visit my website iamkatiearnold.com for more tips for your practice, to learn about my virtual yoga and meditation studio, Studio Connection, live events, and more. Freebies: 30-day Meditation Habit Tracker Mindful Movement class calendar Journal Prompts for when you're stressed out You are Loved guided Meditation --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

    TonioTimeDaily
    I'm a global ethical porn icon, I'm a global mainstream porn icon with ethical practices, and I am member of the black atheists club on the clubhouse app!

    TonioTimeDaily

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 80:02


    "Similarly, Marlowe emails performers an extensive checklist of sex acts before shooting. She has performers indicate hard limits, which are “things the performer absolutely does not want to do,” like anal or choking. Then there are soft limits, which are subtler preferences—like being slapped on only one side of the face or with the intensity of no more than a five on a scale of one to 10. On the day of the shoot, she again goes over the checklist with the performer, and not only reviews each item, but talks at length about how they're feeling about the scene ahead of them. “We're dealing with human beings and their bodies,” she says. “Head space can change day to day.” That can mean that a performer no longer feels comfortable with an act that they had previously said was OK. That can also happen in the middle of a scene, so she tells performers that they can stop and adjust their limits at any point. Both of the shoots Raven and Nixon participated in included pre-shoot on-camera interviews about dos and don'ts—but the performers allege that the boundaries they indicated were not respected, and that the intensity of the slapping and choking far exceeded what they had agreed upon." "Marlowe admits that “in the heat of the moment, things can happen.” Sometimes a performer gets carried away and pushes or forgets a stated boundary—but she says it's the director's job to immediately call out the transgression and address it. “If someone didn't want spit in their face and then the other actor spits in their face, I stop the scene,” she says. “I remind the actor about the other actor's limits.” It's then up to the performer whose limits were crossed to decided whether they want to take a break or stop the scene entirely. If a performer crosses a hard limit, there is no warning. “The scene stops and they will be escorted off my set immediately,” she says. Performers always have safe words, like “red,” that will bring the scene to a screeching halt, but sometimes Marlowe intervenes on their behalf if it looks like things have gotten too rough. “I can often see it coming before they even say something,” she says. “Often they are in a deeply intense head space and it can be hard [for them] to call it.” There have been times where she's had to suddenly call off a scene entirely. “It's important that you learn the signs of when you need to call the shoot, even if the actor gets mad at you,” she says. “Most actors will come to you later, sometimes years later, and thank you.” "In fact, in response to Raven's and Nixon's video, Marlowe unleashed a series of tweets calling on directors to “actively engage with your talent in a respectful way and be able to read them when they are deep in the throws of rough sex and take that shit seriously.” She wrote, “Be prepared to recognize when you need to call shoots, even if the main talent is not able to do it themselves. BECAUSE IT'S YOUR FUCKING JOB.” In response, a performer she had worked with in the past wrote, “Yep. You called it once during my very first scene when I didnt know any better and because of that I was able to finish my scene with a smile on my face and was able to conquer other scenes and even have a better idea of my own limits going forward in my career.” Description of the Black Atheist club in The Clubhouse app “We are a minority within a minority.” Are you a Black skeptic, free-thinker, agnostic, atheist, humanist, secularist, critic of religion and spirituality? Then this club is for you! Black people who don't believe in any gods, especially the one so many seem to be obsessed with, are often at odds with family, friends, and potential romantic partners. This club's purpose is to create space where there is none, connect with one another and form your community here." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support

    Dharma Seed - dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction
    Donald Rothberg: Practicing with Polarization, Differences, and Conflict: Six Basic Practices

    Dharma Seed - dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 68:22


    (Spirit Rock Meditation Center) In the context of increased political polarization in the United States and many other places, we look at how, in so many settings, whether the larger political situation, or social change organizations, or spiritual communities, there is very often a lack of skill in working with differences and conflicts. We examine some of the roots of why being with differences and conflicts is hard, including widespread social conditioning to be either conflict-avoidant or conflict-indulgent, and several other core roots. We then suggest six basic practices which address these roots, including: (1) being willing to open to and explore differences and conflicts, (2) empathy, (3) working with views, (4) working with reactivity and difficult emotions, (5) wise speech, and (6) heart practices. The invitation to listeners is to practice these six (or some of the six) for the next period of time!

    Dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction
    Donald Rothberg: Practicing with Polarization, Differences, and Conflict: Six Basic Practices

    Dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 68:22


    (Spirit Rock Meditation Center) In the context of increased political polarization in the United States and many other places, we look at how, in so many settings, whether the larger political situation, or social change organizations, or spiritual communities, there is very often a lack of skill in working with differences and conflicts. We examine some of the roots of why being with differences and conflicts is hard, including widespread social conditioning to be either conflict-avoidant or conflict-indulgent, and several other core roots. We then suggest six basic practices which address these roots, including: (1) being willing to open to and explore differences and conflicts, (2) empathy, (3) working with views, (4) working with reactivity and difficult emotions, (5) wise speech, and (6) heart practices. The invitation to listeners is to practice these six (or some of the six) for the next period of time!

    Tuning IN Podcast
    Episode 116: Using your Anchor Practices to Reset and Return to Self

    Tuning IN Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 33:12


    Ever notice that when life gets hard, we tend to let go of our most crucial practices? In episode 116 of the podcast, I share how this happened to me. More importantly, I share about how I bounced back and was able to call both my energy and personal power back. It's amazing how quickly we can lose sight of ourselves and the bigger picture and get lost in the details, social media and the “other.” In this episode I share four pillars to establishing connection when you feel lost, hopeless or disconnected.

    The REALIFE Process®
    183: The Practices Behind the Process

    The REALIFE Process®

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 25:21


    What is the glue that holds the REALIFE Process® together and keeps it going? That's exactly what we're talking about in today's episode as we learn about the spiritual practices that form the foundation of the Process. You'll learn: The eight key practices that I use in my own REALIFE and how to incorporate them in your own How REALIFE change is possible and happens over time The importance of starting small by adding one practice at a time How each spiritual practice connects with the components of the REALIFE Process® Plus, I'm sharing some additional resources that can help you develop your own Modern Day Rule of Life™ through key spiritual practices. If you're ready to pursue change that will last, today's episode will help you incorporate rhythms for sustainable growth. Preorder my book, Do What Matters, Releasing November 1st!Amazon Barnes & Noble Mentioned in this episode:Adele Calhoun's Spiritual Disciplines Handbook Ruth Haley Barton: Books and the Transforming Center Community Other Episodes about The Practices Behind the Process:Episode 95: Discernment Episode 96: Silence & Solitude Episode 97: The Examen Episode 98: Slowing Episode 99: Retreat Check out our new YouTube Channel! Prefer to watch AND listen? Check out our YouTube channel for the podcast episode on video! Make sure to subscribe so you get all the latest updates. Loving the Podcast? Spread the Word by Leaving a Review! You love the podcast; help others discover it by leaving a review! Here's exactly how to do it: From your Apple Podcasts app, tap on this link and scroll down to Ratings & Reviews. Under the most recent review, tap “Write a Review.” Simply write a sentence or two telling others what you love about the podcast and why they should listen. Thanks for helping us spread the word! Join the Conversation!Become part of the FREE REALIFE Process® Community! Connect with Teresa and other podcast listeners, plus find additional content to help you discover your best REALIFE. Free REALIFE Resources:If you're ready to discover what matters to you, download our FREE Intro to REALIFE Needs and Values Assessment. You'll gain clarity on what you uniquely need to create a life and career you love. This is one sample of the content we provide for exclusive use by our REALIFE Process Facilitators™. Become a REALIFE Process Certified Facilitator™Ready to grow your impact and increase your income? Check out how to be certified as a REALIFE Process Facilitator™! Through coaching and training, you'll discover the power of the REALIFE Process® for yourself AND learn how to use it with your clients. Connect with your host, Teresa McCloy, on:Facebook - The REALIFE Process® with Teresa McCloy Instagram - teresa.mccloy LinkedIn - teresamccloy About Teresa McCloy:Teresa McCloy is the creator of the REALIFE Process® and an ACC Certified Leadership & Life Coach through the International Coaching Federation. She partners with her clients as a coach, consultant, and professional speaker to discover how to do what matters in their life and business. Teresa's book Do What Matters: Live from Rest, Not Rush, Using the REALIFE Process® will be released in Fall of 2022.

    Teaching Artist Podcast
    #96: Emily McMullan: Practices in Art

    Teaching Artist Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 68:25


    Emily talked about her path as an artist from a young age, but also discovering her love for teaching and working especially in special education. She shared how all-consuming those first years of teaching were and how art had to take a back seat. I so related to that feeling of needing to re-discover the artist self, especially after becoming a mother. Emily aslo shared some great advice as a veteran special education teacher in not only encouraging students, but also encouraging yourself. Emily has been a special education teacher for 19 years. She currently teaches reading, language arts, and works with many students who have dyslexia and other learning disabilities at the middle school level. She has a degree in special education, a masters degree in educational philosophy, a minor in visual art, and is Orton Gillingham Certified. She attended a high school for the arts in San Diego, and has always used painting and creating as a means to self express, navigate unknowns, and connect with students. She has taught in Maryland, Colorado, and the past 12 years in Southern California. Emily‘s art practice serves as the fuel which allows her to continually show up each day for her students and her family. Emily has a partner and two daughters (5 and 9), who love art as well. Blog Post with links and images: https://www.teachingartistpodcast.com/episode-97-emily-mcmullan www.practicesinart.com @practices_in_art on Instagram . . . Follow: @teachingartistpodcast @pottsart @playinspiregallery Teaching Artists' Lounge meeting registration: http://teachingartistslounge.eventbrite.com/ Submit to our 100th Episode: bit.ly/TAP100ep Register for the Adding Voices Conference: addingvoices.com/2022conference Submit your work to be featured: https://www.teachingartistpodcast.com/featuredartist/ Book an Art Critique Session with Rebecca: https://www.teachingartistpodcast.com/mentor/ Get 30% off zencastr pro: zen.ai/teachingartistpod --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/teachingartistpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/teachingartistpodcast/support

    Synergy Practices Dental Podcast
    Episode 33: Synergy Practices Podcast Ep. 28: Featuring Guest - Dr. Ingrid Murra

    Synergy Practices Dental Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 20:52


    In this week's episode, we're joined by a special guest - Dr. Ingrid Murra.  Dr. Ingrid Murra, DDS, MMSc is a Harvard-trained orthodontist and the founder and CEO of Two Front, the collaborative care platform connecting dentists and orthodontists to provide the most convenient and efficient Invisalign.  Artin and Sasha dive into what Two Front does and how it can help doctors across the industry.  Being able to provide better care and better financial returns in the process of receiving orthodontic treatment.   With a unique twist, Two Front is a bit like Uber meets BnB but for teeth, helping Orthos run hybrid practices by leveraging space from local dentist offices so that patients can continue to receive expert dental care, with a seamless digital experience, resources like payment plans- all from their dentists.  This is an episode you do not want to miss!

    The Brian Cain Mental Performance Mastery Podcast
    10 Principles For Designing Productive Practices - Greg Owen

    The Brian Cain Mental Performance Mastery Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 72:56


    In this episode Brian talks with Greg Owen, MPM, Athletic Director at Starkville High School, Sarkville MS about designing productive practices that give you the best chance for success. July 2022 will mark the end of Season #1 of our Coaching Matters Group Coaching Program.  We have thoroughly enjoyed our time together over this past year. The final Season #1 Coaching Matters call will be on June 20, 2022. As we transition into Season #2, starting on July 11, 2022 our Coaching Matters calls will be reserved for Coaching Matters Ambassadors, Fundraising University customers, Fundraising University employees & Franchise Owners.  This particular group will be invited to one Coaching Matters call per month as well as one Power Hour Mental Performance Training Call per month with me as your guide and trainer. These calls will focus on personal development as well as development in a coaching role.  To find out how to become a Coaching Matters Ambassador or Fundraising University Representative, please click this link https://coachingmatters.org/join-our-mission  The Coaching Matters Podcast is brought to you by Fundraising University and Brian Cain Peak Performance.  Coaching Matters is a nonprofit foundation whose primary purpose is to help coaches, athletes and activities directors succeed in their programs, schools and communities.   Fundraising University works to help you raise the most amount of money, in the least amount of time, with the least amount of interference, to support coaches and activities directors in enhancing the student experience and life-skill development that is a critical component of our educational system. Brian Cain, MPM, the World's leading mental performance coach and former high school athletic director works to educate, empower and energize you to be your best through his 10 pillars of mental performance mastery system. Together, each week Fundraising University and Brian Cain bring you interviews, question and answer sessions and group coaching around mastering mental performance, creating culture and developing the leadership skills you need to succeed. Be sure to subscribe wherever you are listening to this podcast, leave us a review and engage with Brian on social media @BrianCainPeak  Be sure to join Brian's email list at BrianCain.com/join so that you can stay updated and in the know when it comes to Brian and the forefront of mental performance training. If you are a coach looking to master mental performance coaching, the missing link in your clients and athletes performance, join Brian's MPM Coaches Insiders List and receive his best strategies for coaching mental performance and save $200 off his MPM Certification Course when it opens this fall. If you are an athlete, join Brian's 3 Day Mini Course on Mental Performance at BrianCain.com/free-athletes-course If you are a golfer or golf coach join Brian's FREE Golf Masterclass at BrianCain.com/golf If you are a baseball player or coach join Brian's FREE Baseball Masterclass at BrianCain.com/baseball Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Upskill with Edtech
    Digital Skills for the Future of Work: Empowered Worker

    Upskill with Edtech

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 35:31


    In our third season, we will explore the new Profile of a Lifelong Learner, a framework that defines the digital skills needed for success in the future of work. Released in late 2020, the Profile includes five Features that unpack the intersection of digital and lifelong learning skills. Nested under each Feature are three Practices - habits that adult learners, job seekers, and workers should develop to thrive at work, in school, and in community life. Our hope is that the research-backed Profile will help job seekers, workers, and job coaches build new skills that effectively prepare today's workers for the jobs of today and tomorrow. Check out skillrise.org/profile to explore the framework and learn about the methodology for how it was developed. In this episode, we explore the second of five Profile Features: Empowered Worker. Joining us for the conversation are three of our SkillRise advisors: Jen Vanek, Director of Digital Learning and Research at the Edtech Center @ World EducationSharon Leu, Executive in Residence at JFFLabsIn this episode, we talk about:How technology can improve career exploration for job seekersThe role of learning employment records (LERs) and digital wallets in a skills-based hiring and advancement ecosystemHow employers can be thinking about the role of upskilling as a job benefit and retention strategyThe importance of connecting upskilling programs to meaningful advancement opportunities and what role managers can play in supporting those connectionsThe benefits of using social media to promote your work and connect with others that have shared interestsNotes from Episode 2ISTE's SkillRise InitiativeAbout the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)The Profile of a Lifelong Learner, a research-backed framework that defines the digital skills needed to thrive in the future of work. The Profile Micro-learning Experience, a 10-minute mobile-friendly interactive that introduces the Profile and how its Features come to life at school, at work, and in community life. Guests on this episodeJen Vanek, Director of Digital Learning and Research Edtech Center @ World EducationOn LinkedIn: @jvanekOn Twitter: @VanekJenSharon Leu, Executive in ResidenceJFFLabsOn LinkedIn: @sharonleuOn Twitter: @thesharonleuJFF Market Scan on Digital WalletsJFF Career Navigation Technology 2020 Report21 CLEO Research Project from World Education

    Hardwood Hustle
    Episode 452 - Executing Better Practices - Part 1

    Hardwood Hustle

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 48:48


    The practice court is the coach's classroom. As we travel through our coaching careers how do we ensure we're getting better in this critical aspect which our season ultimately depends? This week, we start part 1 of Executing Better Practices and discuss developing players' focus, points of precision, communication, and growing intangibles.

    Practice? Podcast
    Episode 171: Episode 168 - Collaborating Practices - Editor and Author (Theo Forde-Stiegler & Dave Fearon)

    Practice? Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 50:00


    This episode marks the time our digital-first book On Practice as a Way of Being is ready for purchase. Theo, the producing editor and Dave, co-author with the late Peter Vaill, reflect on their long-abiding  collaboration to finish Peter's last book.  Future Practice? Podcast episodes will feature each of Peter's 32 conjectures and how this matters to any listener/reader.  

    Best Laid Plans
    Intentional Practices for Harder Times EP: 99

    Best Laid Plans

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 24:14


    Today's episode opens with a Planner Peace segment from Emelia, who created custom nursing school planners for herself AND shared her beautiful system with her classmates! Then, Sarah answers a question from Lori and suggests 3 options for larger family wall calandars. Finally, Sarah gives a list of suggestions for ways to cope in more stressful or transitional times, from creating a manifesto (try it!) to meditation, reading, and seeking therapy. Episode Sponsors: Organize 365: To learn more about Lisa Woodruff's work and her amazing offerings, check out organize365.com, or go to organize365.com/minicourse for a free 7 days minicourse on getting yourself organized!  TopCashBack: Try TopCashback for yourself by visiting topcashback.com, creating an account with your email and password, and entering the promo code PLANS. All new customers who sign up now will get a $10 sign-up bonus when they spend their first $25 on topcashback.com after entering the promo code! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    The Summit Church Denver
    Vision in the Valley: Three Practices of an Intentional Father

    The Summit Church Denver

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 38:39


    Text: 1 Thessalonians 2:11-12Summary: We look at Paul's example of what a godly dad does, and how these practices point us to the way our Heavenly Father has treated us in the Gospel.Speaker: Bryan BarleySupport the show

    Next Pivot Point
    180: Inspiration with Julie Kratz

    Next Pivot Point

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 7:18


    Inspiring others to be allies is the fun part of the journey. This season the Diversity Pivot Podcast is focused on real-life application of allyship in the workplace. Join Julie as she unpacks a key strategy from her new book Allyship in Action: 10 Practices to Live Inclusively. Connect with Julie at www.nextpivotpoint.com.

    BVBC Sermon Podcast
    Abide: Practices - Abide

    BVBC Sermon Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 27:44


    Pastor Nate Keeler shares "Abide: Practices" from John 15:1-17. We've learned what it means to abide and why it is so essential to producing real life change. This week we'll explore a variety of ancient spiritual practices that we can learn to implement in our daily rhythms of life. Please sign our digital Connection Card. Click to sign the Connection Card. Downloaded the Children's Bulletin. License: CSPL066641 Size D #church #abide #vine #branches

    Finding Genius Podcast
    Developing New Democratic Practices By Prioritizing Citizen Participation

    Finding Genius Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 35:22


    In this episode, we are joined by Olly Dowlen, the author of The Political Potential of Sortition: A study of the random selection of citizens for public office (Sortition and Public Policy), a book that examines the benefits that sortition can bring to the political community. As a researcher, Olly is interested in the value of involving citizens in the democratic decision-making process by utilizing randomly selected control groups.  Listen now to learn about: Olly's current research efforts, and his interest in the “extension of democracy”.  Examples of how democracy has been abused or corrupted.  The role juries play in democratic decision-making.  Offer:               This episode is sponsored by Organifi. To receive a 20% Off on your order, use the coupon code GENIUS at checkout. Go to https://www.organifishop.com/pages/genius/ to shop now! What would it look like for democracies to start involving their people with sortition-based political strategies? Click play to find out! You can explore more about sortition by purchasing Olly's book here.  Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C

    Undaunted: Conversations with Radical Peacemakers
    The Check-in: How to Celebrate Juneteenth, with Yvonne Holden

    Undaunted: Conversations with Radical Peacemakers

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 44:59


    Happy Juneteenth! Today marks the second year that Juneteenth, a day celebrating the effective end of slavery in the United States, will be commemorated as a federal holiday. And it's a day to celebrate! To mark the occasion, we brought on our friend and expert Yvonne Holden, Director of Visitor Experience and Operations at the Whitney Plantation outside of New Orleans, Louisana, which is one of the only plantation museums in the country to focus on the lives of the enslaved. Yvonne helps us understand the history behind the holiday, and the larger story of what the day stands for—both on the very day in 1865 when the enslaved community in Galveston, TX first learned of their freedom, and today, when the history and legacy of institutionalized slavery aren't always told. Yvonne also invites us into the ways we can celebrate Juneteenth today, both through education and the opportunity to practice joy in the midst of our implication. Read and share the Principles and Practices of PeacemakingFollow Telos on Instagram @thetelosgroupIf you're enjoying the podcast, become a monthly donor to Telos!Leave a rating and review on Apple podcasts or SpotifyResources mentioned: Learn more about The Whitney PlantationLearn more about Telos' trip to the US SouthOn Juneteenth, Annette Gordon-Reed

    Bleav in the Dallas Cowboys
    Mike McCarthy and cancelled practices, Sean Payton, rookie predictions

    Bleav in the Dallas Cowboys

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 22:45


    Former Cowboys WR Jesse Holley and Jeff Cavanaugh on all things Cowboys. We'll make predictions on which Cowboys rookie will get a second contract, talk about Mike McCarthy cancelling a couple of days of work (and getting fined), Jerry Jones talking about Sean Payton again and more!

    Feminine Power Time with Christine Arylo
    186: What is Draining or Dimming Your Radiance? (#2 of 3 in Stay Light Series)

    Feminine Power Time with Christine Arylo

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 59:59


    Today we dive into this inquiry: "What is draining, dimming or distorting your radiance? " Remember, Radiance is your light. The brightness and strength of your radiance effect everything from your wellbeing, your physical health, your ability to get your gifts and genius into the world, your access to your intuition and power, and how you feel about  yourself, your life and the world.  Our theme for this series is STAY LIGHT - not as a spiritual platitude but as a directive from the Universe and a real practice we put into place in our daily lives. Last session we explored what Radiance is, and what restores and retains yours. In this Feminine Power Time #186, our intention is to illuminate what's draining or dimming your radiance, so you can see it, name it and be at choice with how to work with the forces that pull you down and dim, so you can can stay light and bright even in this challenging time in the world. We'll start where we always start which is where you have the power within you to make shifts, no matter what the outside world does. We'll dive into 5 different ways I've noticed our Radiance gets drained,  dimmed or distorted because of what's happpening within us. to help you remember, we use alleteration, giving them all F's ... for "What's f-ing with my Light! :) LOL> we need to stay light as we dive into this heavy stuff. Here are 6 ways we drain, dim or distort our Radiance 1. Forcing 2. Forgetting  3. Feeling Like... 4. Frustation at Feeling Stuck 5. Fragmenting Your Focus  6. Frequency  I'll share the signs these are present within you, give real life examples and share some of my practices for how I transform the radiance dimmers, and elevate my mood, perspective and energy.  At the end I'll guide you through a embodied meditation that tunes you into where your Radiance is getting drained, and a 3-step process to rise out of the muck into the light.  Lots of good stuff in here. Exhale. This is all in service of supporting you to name and see the patterns in what messes with your Radiance, so you can catch it sooner, shift the energy, and find your way to back to the Flow and the light beam of the "Force" :) Like in Star Wars :)) See you there. May the light always glow and flow within you,  Christine  p.s. THANK YOU for those who have left reviews and ratings for the Feminine Power Time Podcast and Overwhelmed and Over It book. Appreciate you leaving a review for one of these. Helps others find the light! Resources & Links Upcoming Programs 1. FLOW Mid Year Power Pause - www.FlowPowerPause.com  Practices for Staying Light 1. 4 Rs Morning Meditation - Root Down. Rise Up. Relax Back. Receive. Access video here.   2. Daily Flow Practice Kit - Practices for Staying Clear and Centered. Video + Book. Access here. 3. The Radiance Wheel - See samples here on the Feminine Wisdom Cafe. Resources 1. Join us and Get connected to other conscious women. www.FeminineWisdomCafe.com  2. Overwhelmed and Over It Book - www.OverwhelmedandOverit.com  Stay Light Elevation Practice Shared  1. Step One: Get real. How does this manifest in my Body? Being? Balance? 2. Step Two: What do I need that I am not receiving? 3. Step Three: What do i need to get back into the flow? back into the "beam"?    

    VERITAS w/ Mel Fabregas | [Non-Member Feed] | Subscribe at http://www.VeritasRadio.com/subscribe.html to listen to all parts.
    Jon G. Hughes | The Healing Practices of the Knights Templar and Hospitaller | Part 1

    VERITAS w/ Mel Fabregas | [Non-Member Feed] | Subscribe at http://www.VeritasRadio.com/subscribe.html to listen to all parts.

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022


    Jon G. Hughes | The Healing Practices of the Knights Templar and Hospitaller

    The Cone of Shame Veterinary Podcast
    COS - 143 - What Do Veterinary Practices Need To Start & Stop Doing?

    The Cone of Shame Veterinary Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 44:26


    Dr. Adam Little joins us to discuss what veterinary practices need to start doing and stop doing to adapt to a changing world. He and Dr. Andy Roark discuss everything from remote work to the challenges of recruiting and hiring in a super-tight labor market. If you like big ideas and inspiration for a bright future, this is the episode for you! LINKS: GoFetch: https://www.gofetch.ca/ NEW Dr. Andy Roark Exam Room Communication Tool Box Course: https://drandyroark.com/store/ What's on my Scrubs?! Card Game: https://drandyroark.com/training-tools/ Dr. Andy Roark Swag: drandyroark.com/shop All Links: linktr.ee/DrAndyRoark ABOUT OUR GUEST: Dr. Adam Little works at the intersection of accelerating technologies and veterinary medicine. His career has spanned areas of focus ranging from artificial intelligence to telemedicine to connected devices. He is the co-founder and Chief Medical Officer of GoFetch where his team is building a new subscription care model focused on making local vet care more accessible and affordable. Prior to co-founding GoFetch, he served as the first ever Director of Innovation & Entrepreneurship for Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine where he spearheaded such initiatives as the Veterinary Innovation Summit and the Veterinary Entrepreneurship Academy. Dr. Little holds a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the Ontario Veterinary College He is a past Board member of the Ontario Veterinary Medical Association, Veterinarians without Borders and the Vet Futures Commission