Office of Management and Budget (OMB) memorandum M-19-13 entitled, “Category Management: Making Smarter Use of Common Contract Solutions and Practices” defines category management as the “business practice of buying common goods and services as an enterprise to eliminate redundancies, increase efficiency, and deliver more value and savings from the Government's acquisition programs.” In this episode, we speak with Dr. Ernest Reed, Director of VA's Category Management Support Office within the Office of Procurement, Acquisition and Logistics, Mr. Randy Padal, Acting Executive Director of Acquisition and Category Management within the Office of Information and Technology's Office of Strategic Sourcing and Ms. Lateefah Parker, Director of IT Services Category Management within the Office of Information and Technology's Office of Strategic Sourcing. Our panel discusses the steps VA has taken to implement category management, as well as the achievements and challenges faced along the way. This episode's panel includes: Dr. Ernest Reed, Director, Category Management Support Office, Office of Procurement, Acquisition and Logistics Randy Padal, Acting Executive Director, Acquisition and Category Management, Office of Information and Technology, Office of Strategic Sourcing Lateefah Parker, Director, IT Services Category Management, Office of Information and Technology, Office of Strategic Sourcing
"If you're serious about being a disciple, if you're serious about building practices into your life and wanting to change, the community of believers is essential in that process." This week, we continued with our Practices of Discipleship series and Brett discussed the practice of Community and how it affects us as we seek to be disciples of Jesus. We discussed Colossians 3:12-17 and how the descriptions in this passage are given in the context of being in a group of people (the body of Christ): 1. Compassion (Do you feel what others feel?) 2. Kindness (Respond as God would respond) 3. Humility (Put others needs ahead of your own) 4. Gentleness (Willingness to suffer the burden of another's sin) 5. Patience 6. Bear with one another 7. Forgive each other 8. Put on love Brett also explained how when the body of Christ comes together it does two things: 1. "It bugs us" -When we gather with other people, the odds of having conflict increases 2. "It blesses us" -The conflict refines us and causes us to be Christ-like -It forces us to consider if we're doing our part in the community that God has placed us in -It equips and encourages us
Over-worked or over-entertained? Our humanity gives us the joint gifts of both activity and passivity. We act and we are acted upon. But how do we balance and mediate these states? How do we cultivate long practices and habits that help us to inhabit the space between activity and passivity, bringing them together in a beautiful agency?Poet and linguist Alysia Harris joins Matt Croasmun for a discussion of that space between active and passive in human life—bringing the concepts of wonder, awareness/attention, patient receptivity to the natural world and to God, bearing witness to the autonomy and action of the other, and how she cultivates and meditates on these things in her own life.Show NotesNorman Wirzba, This Sacred Life: Humanity's Place in a Wounded WorldActive life vs passive lifeIntermediate category between activity and passivity: attentive awarenessActive receptivity and bearing witnessHuman beings enacting and reactingWitness as perception and responseCarl Sagan, Robin Kimmerer, Timothy WilburnWonder as a mediating emotion between active and passive"I'm not the entire system."Granting autonomy to a natural systemMaking the right impact through granting the sovereignty of the otherAdam and Eve as gardeners—beauty vs productivityGenesis: "Avad and Shamar"—Till and Keep, Serve and ProtectRestrain, observe, attend, and magnify"Me and God"Capitalism, scarcity mentality, and "enough"Ping-ponging between over-worked and over-entertainment—deficient visions of activity and deficient visions of passivityMark 4: Parable of the Sower. Scattering SeedsDynamic reciprocity and intentional permeabilityThe patience an orchid demands"Ideas have no use unless they have something to do with our lives."Practices and rituals to inhabit the space between active and passiveWriting habits—"faithful stewardship with less brings faithful stewardship with more"Dance as an embodied balance with intellectual workIntercessory prayer and producing opportunitiesWorking out of hope instead of strivingRunning, walking, granting the natural world autonomyAbout Alysia HarrisFollow Alysia Harris @PoppyinthewheatAlysia Nicole Harris was born in Fremont, California but grew up in Alexandria, VA and considers herself on all accounts a member of the ranks of great Southern women. At age 10 she wrote her first poem, after hearing about sonnets in English class. That class began her life-long love of poetry and the literary arts.Alysia went to The University of Pennsylvania where she experienced her first success as a writer and a performer. In 2008 she featured on the HBO documentary: Brave New Voices where she wowed audiences with her piece "That Girl". In 2010 Alysia graduated UPENN Summa Cum Laude with honors and was also inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa honor society. Alysia received her MFA in poetry from NYU in 2014 and her PhD in linguistics from Yale University in 2019. Her dissertation “The Non-Aspectual Meaning of African-American English ‘Aspect' Markers” breaks with traditional analyses and explores the discourse-oriented uses of the preverbal particles ‘be' and ‘done' in varieties of African-American English.Although she has experienced scholastic success, poetry has always come first in her heart. Cave Canem fellow, winner of the 2014 and 2015 Stephen Dunn Poetry Prizes, Pushcart Nominee, her poetry has appeared in Best American Poets, Indiana Review, The Offing, Callaloo, Solstice Literary Magazine, Squaw Valley Review, Letters Journal, and Vinyl Magazine among others. Her first chapbook How Much We Must Have Looked Like Stars to Stars won the 2015 New Women's Voices Chapbook Contest and is available for purchase on site.Alysia was also a founding member of the internationally known performance poetry collective, The Strivers Row and has garnered over 5 million views on YouTUBE. She has toured nationally for the last 10 years and also performed at the United Nations and the US Embassies in Jordan and Ukraine, as well as in Australia, Canada, Germany, Slovakia, South Africa, the UAE, and the UK.Alysia now lives in Atlanta, GA where she works as a consultant for the Morehouse Center for Excellence in Education and as arts and soul editor at Scalawag Magazine, a nonprofit POC-led, women run media organization focused on Southern movement, community, and dissent. She is working on a book of poems and a collection of essays about the intersections of faith, violence, and the natural world. Production NotesThis podcast featured poet Alysia Harris and biblical scholar Matt CroasmunEdited and Produced by Evan RosaHosted by Evan RosaProduction Assistance by Martin Chan & Nathan JowersA Production of the Yale Center for Faith & Culture at Yale Divinity School https://faith.yale.edu/aboutSupport For the Life of the World podcast by giving to the Yale Center for Faith & Culture: https://faith.yale.edu/give
Today we have a special episode where we look at the history of spirituality in AA…presented by Jim W… ….Jim was was born in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, moved to Ft. Worth Texas in the 70s and has now lived in Cancun, Mexico for the last 34 years. He is a member of Alcoholics Anonymous and has been a student of its history for about the last 10 email@example.comHelp us Keep Tom going – please donate a few bucks/quid/sheckels here at Paypal: Gilwriter@hotmail.co.uk See us every Friday at zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88215498348 Zoom ID 882 1549 348 password Tom Our website is at www.HTWTW.comJoin our Facebook Page ‘Here's Tom with the weather' at https://www.facebook.com/groups/314088509589654 To see past episodes, join the ‘Here's Tom with the Weather' Youtube Channel here: https://youtube.com/channel/UCdW7K07ZZUPZZ-t0s7XmURQ
In this episode, Angela invites you to awaken your sacred Magic during this Season of the Witch. She discusses: - What your Magic is and why it is the most powerful part of you - Practices to get in touch with this Magic and set it free - How to allow your powers to come fully online // How to work with me: ✨ I AM MAGIC: A monthly membership where you can devote yourself to magic, head here to join: https://www.angelasumner.com/i-am-magic
Is that too much to ask? Could we all just agree that humanity is worth saving and that each of us has the power to make a positive impact by starting with the ourselves? Need a little inspiration? Hit it Michael....Meet Debbie and Kate, two long-time collaborators in the pursuit of positive change and first-time authors. On this episode we talk high level about some of the key behaviors needed in our personal development if we want to effect a change. Their book, "Humanity Works Better; 5 Practices to Lead with Awareness, Choice and the Courage to Change" drops on October 26th, 2021 offers the very practical (dare I say "simple?") decisions we can make every day to make a difference in our own lives and in the lives of those around us in the workplace. Their company, Humanity Works (picking up a trend here?) helps leaders avoid toxic work cultures and burnout from employees. If this was already an issue in 2019, think about how magnified those issues are in today's pandemic life. Employees everywhere are voting with their feet as the "Great Resignation" has seen 11.5 Million workers resign in just the last three months (April, May, June 2021). They think that efficiency and productivity need to rank below creating an environment where "good humans" want to work ~ and more importantly, stay. "Draw out the best vs. squeeze out the most" - how's that for a bumper sticker?Whether you're in Operations or Human Resources, this book (and this pod) has something for you. So get your ears on and have a listen as we begin saving humanity on HR Hardball.Harvard Business Review Article - "With So Many People Quitting, Don't Forget Those Who Stay"Debbie Cohen on LinkedInKate Roeske-Zummer on LinkedInHumanity Works on LinkedInNeed some more HR Hardball in your day? Check out a few episodes below...y'all come back now, y'hear?
“Who will you allow to hold space in your mind? You are the only constant in your life. Everything else is a variable.” If you have been on the fence about partnering with a life coach, this is the episode for you. What do you look for? What should you steer clear of? Will you be pressured to make a decision right away? These are just some of the questions that I discuss with my friends, Danielle and Machele. As with any industry, there are coaches who are wonderful and amazing, and there are those who may not prioritize your results over their own. We will share some insights around what to look for when entering a coaching relationship so that you can be positioned to access the transformative experience that you deserve. Connect with Danielle: https://www.daniellenapoliocox.com/ Connect with Machele: https://www.lifeleapcoaching.com/ Connect with Sunny: https://sunnythelifecoach.com/ Intro/outro music: “Feeling Free” by Martin Riopel.
In September-October 2021, SSEAC Stories will be hosting a mini-series of podcasts exploring the role that research plays in understanding and advocating for human rights in Southeast Asia. For the final episode in the series, Dr Thushara Dibley is joined by Emeritus Professor Peter Windsor who brings to light how research improving animal health and production is intrinsically linked to human rights issues. Reflecting on his extensive field-based research on transboundary livestock disease in the Greater Mekong Region, he argues that through training on biosecurity practices, animal vaccination programs and nutritional interventions, rural households were able to prevent disease transmission and increase their livestock productivity, making farm production more sustainable. With higher income levels, local families' livelihoods were improved. This enables better access to human rights, such as access to safe housing, access to healthcare, and access to knowledge and education, amongst others. About Peter Windsor: Peter Windsor is Professor Emeritus in the University of Sydney's School of Veterinary Science since 2014. Peter worked extensively for NSW Agriculture in several roles including diagnostic pathology and livestock disease research and management. In 1998, he undertook a 19-month appointment to the Food Agriculture Organisation in Naga City, in the Bicol region of the Philippines, that eventually led to the successful eradication of Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD). Peter joined the University of Sydney in 2002, where he had a diverse range of teaching, research and administrative roles. His current research portfolio includes applied field-based projects on ruminant health and production problems in Southeast Asia that aim to assist FMD control. He continues his field studies on improving food security in developing countries and animal welfare in production systems, as well as reproductive, congenital, neurological and genetic disease research. For more information or to browse additional resources, visit the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre's website: www.sydney.edu.au/sseac. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
This talk introduces arguments and examples from Nick Thurston's current book project, Document Practices, which explores aesthetic and political frameworks for analyzing acts of re-publishing already public documents. With case studies that range from shadow libraries to experimental videos, and ideas about “the document” which haunt the sociology of literature as much as documentary arts practice, Nick sketches out the project's starting points and some of its key debates. Nick Thurston is a writer and editor who makes artworks. He is the author of two experimental books, Reading the Remove of Literature (2006) and Of the Subcontract (2013), the latter of which has been translated into Dutch (2016), Spanish (2019) and German (2020). He writes regularly for the literary and arts press as well as for independent and academic publications. His most recent book is the co-edited collection Post-Digital Cultures of the Far Right (2018). His recent exhibitions include shows at Transmediale (Berlin, 2018), Q21 (Vienna, 2018), MuHKA (Antwerp, 2018) and HMKV (Dortmund, 2019). He is currently Associate Professor in Fine Art at the University of Leeds, where he co-founded the Artists' Writings & Publications Research Centre and is a fellow of the Poetry Centre.
No Fun City Podcast - Episode 21 - Thomas Girard Thomas Girard is a Canadian scholar. Girard was accepted to attend the University of Oxford in lectures equivalent to graduate coursework. Girard has received several Emerging Scholar awards, first at the Design Principles and Practices conference in Barcelona, Spain at the prestigious ELISAVA. At Emily Carr University of Art and Design, he received his second Emerging Scholar award. Other awards include RBC Emerging Scholar, Royal Bank of Canada Foundation. For 2021, he has been awarded an Emerging Scholar award from the New Directions in the Humanities conference in Madrid, Spain. The No Fun City podcast is a Vancouver-based podcast and presents a new guest in every episode. Thanks for watching. Be sure to hit subscribe for your chance to win an awesome prize pack and to stay up to date with all my new videos. Hosted by: Mahyar Saeedi Guest: Thomas Girard - Canadian Scholar Twitter: @onthomas_tweet LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/onthomas Website: thomaskgirard.com Tedx Talk: https://www.ted.com/talks/thomas_gira... Books: https://thomaskgirard.com/book/
People quitting their jobs has surged to record highs, motivated by a combination of factors that include families consolidating/downsizing, growth of gig-economy, boom of cryptocurrency, becoming unpaid caregivers, opportunity and better career mobility. According to the Labor Department, roughly 4.3 million people quit their jobs. But where did they go? A better question is how do micro businesses take advantage of this unprecedent moment. Check out the full episode below and send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org you'd like a free sample of the DrinkHRW products. Thanks Read Article - https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2021/10/12/jolts-workers-quitting-august-pandemic/?utm_source=morning_brew&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=mb --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/joelemon/message
People quitting their jobs has surged to record highs, motivated by a combination of factors that include families consolidating/downsizing, growth of gig-economy, boom of cryptocurrency, becoming unpaid caregivers, opportunity and better career mobility.According to the Labor Department, roughly 4.3 million people quit their jobs. But where did they go? A better question is how do micro businesses take advantage of this unprecedent moment. Check out the full episode below and send me an email to email@example.com if you'd like a free sample of the DrinkHRW products. Thanks Read Article - https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2021/10/12/jolts-workers-quitting-august-pandemic/?utm_source=morning_brew&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=mb
In which we discuss 4 practices or strategies for developing your own Orthodox Christian Sabbath. This is the FINAL episode in the Time for Sabbath series. Thank you for joining in on the quest for rest! We'll be kicking off a new miniseries in November, Lord willing - listen to the end of this episode to find out more details. Connect with Nicole on Instagram or Twitter (@NicoleRoccas). Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org Mentioned in this episode: Upcoming Ancient Faith Webinar: “Remembering All These Things: Holding Space for Trauma in Liturgy and Life” (https://store.ancientfaith.com/remembering-all-these-things/) Joshua Mackoul's book _Healing Your Wounded Soul_ (https://store.ancientfaith.com/healing-your-wounded-soul-growing-from-pain-to-peace/) Psalm 92/91 - A Psalm for Sabbath Lots of books about death! Orthodox titles: Fr. Alexander Schmemann The Liturgy of Death Hierotheos (Vlachos) Nafpaktos, Life after Death Mark and Elizabeth Barna, A Christian Ending Jean-Claude Larchet, Life After Death According to the Orthodox Tradition O Death, Where is Thy Sting? Alexander Schmemann The Letters of St Ignatius of Antioch (Popular Patristics Series), SVS (Brand new) Arise, O God: The Gospel of Christ's Defeat of Demons, Sin, and Death, Andrew Stephen Damick Non-Orthodox titles: A Grief Observed, CS Lewis When Breath Becomes Air, Paul Kalanithi Modern Death: How Medicine Changed the End of Life, Helen Warraich The Undertaking: Life Studies from the Dismal Trade, Thomas Lynch Being Mortal, Atul Gawande The outro of this podcast is the song "Remedy for Melancholy" by Kai Engel, available under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license.
Couples groups are uniquely positioned to positively influence individuals and strengthen marriages as marital issues are shared in an environment of grace and trust. What are tips for leading couples groups that build safe and meaningful spaces? How can group members come alongside one another to strengthen their marriages? What are the landmines to avoid when leading a couples group? Pop in and listen to veteran group leaders Rick (psychologist) and Sheri Blackmon (Bible teacher and pastor), married for 40+ years, share their wisdom and experiences from leading young marrieds to empty nester groups. Guests: Rick Blackmon, PhD in Clinical Psychology and Sheri Blackmon, MDiv Fuller Theological Seminary Rick Blackmon PhD (Fuller Theological Seminary) is a clinical psychologist in private practice for 35+ years. He specializes in working with adults, marriages, and clergy on their own emotional and spiritual growth. Rick taught a course at Fuller Theological Seminary for 22 years on clergy growth and has led many seminars on marital issues throughout his career. Sheri Blackmon has BAs in English Literature and Religious Studies from Westmont College and an MDiv degree from Fuller Theological Seminary. She was ordained as pastor in the Presbyterian Church (USA) where she served for 15 years mainly as Associate Pastor, which included small groups ministry. Sheri moved into Christian education at an independent college preparatory 6-12 school for 19+ years as founding member, chaplain, department chair, and teacher. She blogs about “finding your footing and purpose in a life disrupter” at https://lifeafterwhy.com/
The Power Of Simply Being Human Today we are joined by Dr. Zach Mercurio, to discuss how to harness the power of being human and the importance of creating a culture of mattering. Peek Inside:The three layers of culture The things that you see The things that you say The things that you believe About Zach:Dr. Zach Mercurio helps leaders enable the daily experience of purpose, meaningfulness, and mattering. He is a researcher and Honorary Fellow of Psychology in the Center for Meaning and Purpose at Colorado State University and author of "The Invisible Leader: Transform Your Life, Work, and Organization with the Power of Authentic Purpose." Zach advises leaders in companies, non-profits, and schools around the world on the Practices of Purposeful Leadership, mattering, and meaningful work. Some of his clients have included Hewlett-Packard, The National Park Service, the Ghirardelli Chocolate Company, Crocs, and The Alzheimer's Association. His work is featured internationally in outlets such as Forbes, Psychology Today, The Huffington Post, and Thrive Global. Zach lives in Fort Collins, CO with his wife, two sons, and adopted dog.You can find Zach here: Zach Mercurio, Ph.D. p. 540.421.5810 e: Zach@ZachMercurio.com w. www.zachmercurio.com ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If you like what you hear, don't forget to comment, subscribe and leave a review.If you LOVE what you hear, don't forget to share it!PR and Media Requests here: email@example.com You can learn more about us here: https://www.bareslate.ca/ Watch us on YouTube Here: https://www.youtube.com/c/BareSlateDiscover stuff we love here: https://www.amazon.ca/shop/bareslate Check out Timeular here: https://timeular.com/ref/bareslate/ Note: this post may contain affiliate links and if you click and make a purchase we may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thank you for supporting the show!Instacart - Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free delivery on your first order over $35.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://www.bareslate.ca/courses/real-leaders-real-life-coffee-plan)Support the show (https://www.bareslate.ca/courses/real-leaders-real-life-coffee-plan)
Outstanding coach, Top 100 podcast host, IFBB Bikini Pro… can't ask for much more of a guest today but she's so much more! What she's known for now is one of my favorite topics: Manifestation. Yes, we'll be getting a bit woo woo but not over the line. Caroline Ofenstein joins us today on Shots to the Dome as we talk about the concept of self-sabotage, the importance of stillness and silence, practicing stillness, and so much more! Time Stamps: (0:10) Our Guest Today (2:06) Genesis of Caroline's Spiritual Journey (13:25) Self-Sabotage (16:00) Starting Manifestation Work (26:55) Stillness/Silence 32:30 Choosing Your Thoughts Again (38:06) Practices with Stillness (42:00) Motivation (51:30) Consumption Beyond Food (56:52) Where to Find Caroline ---------------------------- Check Out Caroline's Free Workshop! ---------------------------- Follow Us on Instagram! @carolineofenstein @fitnessshaman @dalalovesdumbbells @dldnation ---------------------------- Apply for DLDNation's Online Fitness and Nutrition Coaching Specialization Course and Take the Next Step in Your Business Journey! ---------------------------- If You're Ready to Make an Even BIGGER Impact, Apply for the Next Level Coaching Academy! ---------------------------- We have helped over 3,000 people transform their lives through sustainable health! If you want to be the next, click here to apply for coaching! ---------------------------- Check out our website for freebies, amazing client results, and more! DLDNation.com
Lisa is joined by Lynnis Woods Mullins, CHC,CPI,CLC is founder and CEO of PraiseWorks Health and Wellness to share some practices to help you achieve total wellness of mind, body, and spirit. At the age of 51 Lynnis decided that after twenty-five years in the field of Human Resources as professional and Manager it was time to make a change. In 2009, Lynnis made a decision to pursue her true calling which is holistic education! “I wanted to pursue my true calling of educating women on how to achieve total wellness of the mind, body and spirit through holistic practices and fitness.” Lynnis moved forward and created PraiseWorks Health and Wellness, a company that helps women over 40 achieve total wellness for their mind, body and spirit through holistic practices, nutrition, fitness, and spiritual renewal.Lynnis's main mission is to educate women over 40 on the importance of achieving total wellness for the mind, body and spirit. PraiseWorks Health and Wellness targets all areas of a woman's physical, spiritual and emotional needs through holistic coaching services, holistic products, workshops, seminars, virtual fitness classes, fitness DVD's, radio shows, podcasts, retreats/events that promote wellness for women over 40 and publishing an e-magazine.Lynnis's company PraiseWorks Health and Wellness publishes a mind, body, spirit e-magazine Wellness Woman 40 and Beyond, produces the hit radio show “The Wellness Journey-LIVE!” and the new podcast series “Our Journey to Wellness Moments” Both shows in total have over 100,000 listeners in less than five years. PraiseWorks Health and Wellness has also produced a low impact Praise Dance Fitness DVD, and a new holistic stress reduction program DeStress The Mess a coaching program that features several products using various methods from virtual coaching to one-on-one coaching. PraiseWorks Health and Wellness recently released the e-book “DeStress The Mess-Minimizing The Impact of Stress on Your Body, Maximizing The Joy In Your Life” Lynnis currently completing her book “I Never Stopped Dancing, My Journey to Emotional and Spiritual Wellness”. Lynnis is also a featured columnist for the popular e-magazine Women's Voices, is a regular contributor to the on-line wellness center Fitness Mattrz, and is a Wellness Trainer and Consultant for the Masters of Business Acumen Women's Training Center.Lynnis is achieving her dream of moving PraiseWorks Health and Wellness into National and International markets. She has over 150,000 followers on the internet through her combined social media. She receives invitations to speak, invitations for radio appearances and invitations as an expert writer for various magazines and newspapers around the country, and abroad. Lynnis has been featured in several publications, television, and radio programs. Lynnis has received recognition for her work in the community in the area of Health and Wellness. Lynnis was recently nominated for the 2013 National award of Community Activism for Health by WEGO for her work in the area of education of women over 40 about wellness. Lynnis has been awarded the Extraordinary Woman Award by Sac Culture Hub and is a charter member of Sacramento Women's Chamber.
This is our final episode of Season 3, and we are joined by Dr. Doula (Indigenous Birth Worker) and Lea Jones ( Medicine Woman) as we discuss Indigenous practices and getting back to the "Root" to the basics. As our 2021 season comes to an end we thought our final message was to really Go back and Fetch it, Sankofa. Return to the things that worked, reclaim all that we have lost that was good for us. Also, go ahead and catch up on all the episodes you've missed. Until we meet again. Peace and Blessings. Be Well.
"Salvation is the restoration of the broken relationship that humanity had with God, and we are restored to the love of the Father through our union with His Son." We continued with our Practices of Discipleship series this week with a sermon from Jerell discussing the practice of communion. He taught on John 15:1-17 and explained how this passage of Scripture is broken into two categories: 1. Extended image/metaphor that describes our salvation (a vine and branches) 2. A mirror of the metaphor Jerell explained that, "Salvation is first and foremost, a vital and organic union to Jesus." It is vital because it is life-giving and it is organic in that the image that Jesus uses and John focuses on isn't abstract formula or codes; it's in relational terms. He also described how our participation in Christ is "a shared union with the life, death, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus where we receive the ultimate prize; fellowship in the love that God the Father has for God the Son." He also posed the question of, "What does it look like to abide in Christ?," and gave these explanations: 1. Jesus is the prize 2. We abide by doing less (Sabbath, silence, simplicity, fasting) 3. We abide by doing more (prayer, reflective Bible reading, our other practices)
Herbalist and yogi Amanda Stanley is back to discuss the Pitta dosha type and it's association with summer (sorry, we're a tad late releasing this one). She has a wonderful way of weaving the philosophy of Ayurveda with practical health practices we could all stand to implement more of in our daily lives. I got a lot out of this episode and I know you'll come away inspired! Thanks so much to Amanda for sharing her wealth of knowledge. LINKS Jupiter's Labyrinth Amanda's Ayurveda course Thanks to the Forager's Path for supporting the show! Learn more about the Family Herbalist Program: CLICK HERE Forager's Path School of Botanical Studies: www.theforagerspath.com Thanks for listening! HerbRally SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE
A community of Palestinians in the West Bank was the target of a coordinated attack by Israeli settlers last week in what was described as “one of the biggest attacks in broad daylight by settlers on a Palestinian community.” We hear first-hand stories from special guest Marina Klimchuk, who spent the first few days after the attack with residents of Mufagara, and we discuss: was the attack a sensational anomaly, or part of a larger strategy?We also discuss the seemingly-outlandish, but increasingly-engaged possibility that our divisions may lead to political violence, even civil war. How do we as peacemakers consider this possibility, and what can we do today to wage peace and prevent violence?Read and share the Principles and Practices of PeacemakingSubscribe to the Telos Newsletter for more news analysis and peacemaking resourcesFollow Telos on Instagram @thetelosgroupIf you're enjoying the podcast, become a monthly donor to Telos!--David French, A Whiff of Civil War in the Air: https://frenchpress.thedispatch.com/p/a-whiff-of-civil-war-in-the-air
This week on the podcast I am joined by Jivana Heyman. Jivana is a E-RYT 500 yoga teacher and the founder and director of the Accessible Yoga Association. He's also the co-founder of the Accessible Yoga Training School and the author of Accessible Yoga: Poses and Practices for Every Body, as well as his forthcoming book Yoga Revolution: Building a Practice of Courage & Compassion. In this episode of the show, Jivana shares his yoga story, what drew him to creating accessible yoga classes and ultimately creating the Accessible Yoga Association. We discuss what accessible yoga is and how teachers and studios can run classes that are accessible to more people. Finally, we discuss his books, including his upcoming book that will be released in November 2021! Enjoy! This episode is brought to you by OfferingTree. If you're interested in finding an all-in-one platform for online or in-person teaching, then you should check out OfferingTree. OfferingTree has been supporting M.B.Om for over a year now and I not only love the product but I also love the people. OfferingTree is providing special pricing for M.B.Om listeners, so be sure to visit offeringtree.com/mbom.
How can we create relationships that last? On this episode of Being Well, Dr. Rick and Forrest Hanson lean on Rick's 35+ years of couples counseling experience to explore how we can build relationships that are loving, healthy, enjoyable, and reliable. This includes learning the structure of most relationship problems, how to make vulnerable communications, and how to stay open to change.Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction2:15: What issues brought couples into therapy most often?4:50: The structure of most relationship problems.12:30: Giving your partner what they need.15:30: What differentiated couples that improved from those that didn't?21:15: Skills that increase the chances of building a good relationship.21:45: Loving vs. liking. 25:00: Deliberately activating feelings of “liking.”27:00: Getting “on the side” of the relationship.31:10: How to make a vulnerable communication.39:15: Openness to change. 43:40: Three red flags in relationships.46:00: Practices to deepen your relationship with your partner.54:30: RecapSupport the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.Sponsors:Find the new CBD+ performance gummies and the whole dosist health line-up today at dosisthealth.com. Use promo code BEINGWELL20 for 20% off your purchase. New Day from Lemonada just premiered on September 15th - listen wherever you get podcasts.Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month! Want to sleep better? Try the legendary Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website
Welcome to this episode of 20/20 Money! My guest on today's show is Nathan Hayes. This conversation is a follow up to the episode that Nathan and I did around partnership compensation structures. In that episode, Nathan in passing made a couple of comments around associate compensation structure and the feedback we received from that episode around that specific topic warranted its own show. In this episode, we talk about making sure that associates understand and acknowledge that there's risk in employing an associate, how to think about the demand of the schedule, give a range of market rates, share some examples of associate comp structure and which ones work well and why, and wrap it up with some notable exceptions on why you'd deviate from the preferred associate structure we discuss. As a reminder, you can get all the information discussed in today's conversation by visiting our website at integratedpwm.com and clicking on the Learning Center. While there, be sure to subscribe to our newsletter and you can also set up a 20-30min Triage conversation to learn a little bit more about how we help OD practice owners around the country reduce their tax bill, proactively manage cash flow, and make prudent investment decisions or check out any number of additional free resources like our eBooks, blog posts, and on-demand webinars. If you're interested in having your question and your voice featured on the 20/20 Money podcast, you can submit it here. You can either include your name or submit anonymously. Please keep your questions short and to the point. Sometimes writing it down beforehand can help. And with that introduction, I hope you enjoy my conversation with Nathan Hayes. Key considerations when thinking about partnerships with Nathan Hayes Adding an associate with Steve Vargo Kolbe A ————————————————————————————— Please rate and subscribe to 20/20 Money on these platforms Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Stitcher ————————————————————————————— For past episodes of 20/20 Money with full companion show notes, please check out our episode archive here!
In Labour, Mobility and Informal Practices in Russia, Central Asia and Eastern Europe (Routledge, 2021), Dr. Turaeva and Dr. Urinboyev have brought together a number of studies which explore the daily survival strategies of people within the context of failed states, flourishing informal economies, legal uncertainty, increased mobility, and globalization. As they show, many people who are forced by the circumstances to be innovative and transnational, have found their niches outside formal processes and structures. The book provides a thorough theoretical introduction to the link between labour mobility and informality and comprises convincing case studies from a wide range of post-socialist countries. Overall, it highlights the importance of trust, transnational networks, and digital technologies in settings where the rules governing economic and social activities of mobile workers are often unclear and flexible. Finally, the book shows how many of the processes surrounding labor, mobility, and informality in Russia and Central Asia shared similarities with broader global trends. Nicholas Seay is a PhD student at Ohio State University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Today on the Three L's, Rachel Ann Dine, LPC is outlining problematic unregulated life coaching strategies and how to spot them. We are currently in the age of life coaching exploding onto the scene in our culture. Whether it is the Instagram coach, or motivational speakers like Rachel Hollis or Tony Robbins, there are several tactics to be aware of that most of these individuals appear to be using to gain followers and clientele. Life coaching is a completely unregulated industry at this current time of recording and there are some major differences between therapy and life coaching being shared in today's video. From understanding the problematic nature of the Rachel Hollis hustle culture toxic positivity to shaming language used by motivational speakers like Tony Robbins and other coaches, the goal with this episode is not to demonize the self-help field but instead point out areas to be aware of in your quest for self improvement. Rachel Ann is a firm believer in reaching out for help and working on yourself, and is sure that there are some ethical coaches, but, with the explosion of the unregulated life coaching strategies and industry, her hope is to point out problematic areas of this industry, talk about the difference between therapy and life coaching, and provide you with some information that helps You navigate the field of self-help. **Please take note that this video is for educational purposes, commentary, and a critique on certain strategies used in the life coaching industry. This video is my reaction as a therapist to observed problematic strategies used by life coaching which is at this time, an unregulated industry. Say hi and receive more mental health resources! WATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE: https://youtu.be/t-fAsFof7WA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rachelanndinecounseling/ FREE guide to setting healthy boundaries: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/5efb890ccaabca0028b7b082 And don't forget to subscribe! Be well. DISCLAIMER: The information provided IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY AND NOT STRUCTURED IN A WAY TO PROVIDE MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING/PSYCHOTHERAPY/ THERAPY/DIAGNOSING OF ANY KIND. YOU UNDERSTAND THAT RACHEL ANN DINE IS NOT PROVIDING INFORMATION AS YOUR TREATING MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELOR or MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL. Rachel Ann Dine is a licensed professional counselor at time of EVENT and distribution but is in no way by engagement of interaction with you attempting to diagnose or treat you. Please consult your own medical provider for treatment. We do not assume liability for any information provided. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Indigenous Peoples' Day acknowledges the resilience and contributions of Indigenous Peoples and culture. Dr. Coor interviews Lorraine Brave from The National Indian Child Welfare Association about the Positive Indian Parenting Program and the unique experiences of Indigenous Peoples in the United States. Read the companion article on Quick and Dirty Tips. Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows. Subscribe to the newsletter for more parenting tips. Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Links: https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/ https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/podcasts https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/subscribe https://www.facebook.com/QDTProjectParenthood https://twitter.com/qdtparenthood
Avoid the most common pose mistakes with the new free training at: http://www.quietmind.yoga/poseguide In this Hatha Flow class we will move slowly with a focus on the back. We will explore poses such as locust, crow, and headstand. We will also work on strengthening the core to help support the back. Prop Suggestions: 2 Blocks, Blanket Quietmind Yoga Membership: http://www.quietmind.yoga My Other Podcasts - Yoga Teacher Training & Quietmind Astrology: http://www.quietmind.yoga/podcasts Instagram http://www.instagram.com/quietmind.yoga Facebook http://www.facebook.com/groups/quietmindcommunity Yoga Teacher Training http://www.quietmind.yoga/ytt Free Newsletter https://www.quietmind.yoga/newsletter Keywords: Yoga Classes, Yoga Practice, Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin, Gentle, Flow, Jeremy Devens Full Classes, Practices, Mindfulness, Hatha Slow Flow, Slow Yoga, Slow Flow Yoga, Supportive Yoga, Headstand, Locust Pose
This is part one in our FOUR part series discussing the challenges PCNs face in engaging with their key stakeholders AND the explore tips and solutions.· Part ONE – NHS system partners· Part TWO - Community partner organizations· Part THREE – Intra PCN with ARRS staff and Practices· Part FOUR - PatientsJoin fellow GP trainers for the second GP5T conference about Training Trainers to Train Trainees: https://hopin.com/events/gp5t2Comments from our previous conference include:Was feeling bit downhearted with training but this has reinvigorated me and given lots of great ideas. Loved it being online and easy to attend.This time we have even more sessions to help you support your trainees including:
Do you let the distractions in life keep you from regular rhythms of silence and solitude? What if the power to understand our true identity is in the balance? Press Pause founder Jon Byron gives us practical tips in overcoming our distractions. Check out all LHGH episodes on the following podcast platforms: Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/5MrtQZ1fWFnVfouTKYyEPV?si=FHx4cmoxTWGsSWFQ4kvbsg&dl_branch=1 Apple podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/linked-local-broadcast-network/id569353951 Player.FM (for android users) - https://player.fm/series/linked-local-broadcast-network
Medicare at 60? DVH built into Medicare? Best AEP Prep and Practices? You need to watch this one! Danielle Kunkle Roberts brings her years of expertise to the table. Her company has grown to now over 100 employees and they rank high on Google searches related to Medicare. She is the Content Queen and friend so I was glad to have her on to discuss all these awesome topics. You'll want to make sure and watch this!
Attorney for the Institute for the Justice, Will Aronin, joined Rich to discuss the city of Wilmington allowing cars to be towed with outstanding parking tickets and even have the ability to sell the car if those tickets go unpaid. Photo: Getty Images See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The 3 Rs for Future Practice Growth Episode #343 with Sandy Pardue Every practice should have a great recall system. And the problem isn't that dentists don't have great recall systems — it's that they think they have one, when they actually don't! If you are one of these dentists, today's guest has a ton of great advice. Kirk Behrendt brings in Sandy Pardue from Classic Practice Resources to teach you three simple things to help you improve your practice. She will teach you recipes for the 3 Rs you need: a recall system, retention, and reactivation. To learn how to implement these Rs and develop the best recall system, listen to Episode 343 of The Best Practices Show! Main Takeaways: You need the 3 Rs: a good recall system, retention, and reactivation. A good recall system includes calls, texts, emails, and snail mail — something for everyone. The majority of broken appointments were people that were prescheduled. Not every patient deserves to be prescheduled. There's nothing in the practice more important than filling the schedule. Don't run from your upset patients, run to them. Practices that value relationships will retain more patients. Retention goals for every practice owner is about 83%. Patients coming in every 18 months is a healthy retention number. January, February, March, and April are the best months to start reactivation. Patients absent from the practice for 13 months or longer is a reactivation prospect. Quotes: “Retention in dentistry is not good. It's actually, in many practices, only 50% to 60%. And that's very low.” (03:42—03:50) “165,000 dentists in the United States of America, and some of them are getting three new patients a month, and some are getting 130. So, let's just say that 165,000 dentists got 10 new patients a month. That is a lot of people changing dentists every month. We have a huge problem in dentistry. Now, we put what we're going through with COVID-19 in the mix. Patients, if they haven't been in touch with the practice, and maybe the practice has dropped out some of their vital systems, they're going to be looking for a new dental home. And that's what happens in dentistry whenever you stop communicating with people, or they don't feel comfortable calling because a long time has passed. So, it's important to have those systems in place that keep them coming back.” (04:00—04:57) “Every practice should have a good recall system. A problem is that they think they have a recall system, but they don't. And what I mean is, as I go into practices — I've worked with over 600 dental practices — one of the first things we'll ask is, ‘What is your retention?' And they're like, ‘What do you mean?' Well, they don't know. And the second thing I'm going to ask is, ‘Can I see your recall recipe in writing?' And they look, ‘We don't have that.' So, what that means is, they never really developed a recall system.” (05:13—05:56) “What happens is, [practices] get a third-party company that helps with text messaging and emails. And now, they have just said, ‘Okay, they're going to handle it.' That's not good. And then, they say, ‘Oh, yeah. Well, we use this company.' And you guys that are listening have all heard of them, and they're all great companies. But here's the problem. When I ask the practice, ‘What is that third-party company communicating?' they rarely know. And if I ask how often, they rarely know. And the fact is, they have no recall system, which I like to call a “recipe.” (05:59—06:42) “The only thing that will give you consistent results — because any practice owners, they're familiar with having a day that's like, $1,000, and then a $5,000 day, and we might shoot up to $7,000, and every day is a surprise. The only way you'll ever have predictability in your practice, ever, is through consistent actions by your team.” (07:57—08:22) “If you're just starting and you don't have [a third-party software to find retention], it's okay. You don't have to go get that...
The Patriots are down 4 starting offensive lineman and are in desperate need of reinforcements. Ian Rapoport was asked about Isaiah Wynn/Michael Onwenu being on COVID list and said one tested positive and the other was a close contact (unvaccinated). "Whichever player is vaccinated has a chance to play Sunday," he said. New England signed free agent LB Jamie Collins yesterday and he was at practice wearing #58 on Thursday. Given his familiarity with the system being a Patriots for the 3rd time its likely he will play Sunday vs the Texans. You can also listen and Subscribe to Patriots Newsfeed on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and at CLNSMedia.com for Audio Updates on the Patriots. Follow Patriots CLNS and Evan Lazar on Twitter! @PatriotsCLNS & @ezlazar CLNS Patriots Coverage is Powered by BetOnline.ag, Use Promo Code: CLNS50 for a 50% Welcome Bonus On Your First Deposit! Visit https://www.legends.com/ today to shop the latest trends in athletic apparel from shorts, tees, hoodies and more, and save 20% when you use our code, PATS20. Offer ends October 10th.
Kasia is the founder and CEO of The Academy, a school that teaches women the foundations of power and influence. Kasia's perspective on power is unique. Over the course of nearly 20 years, she has worked as a professional dominatrix and practiced Taoist alchemy in one of the oldest female led monasteries in China. She's the author of Unbound, a woman's guide to power. Since founding The Academy in 2013, Kasia has taught over 4,000 women to radically increase their power, agency, and influence and today, she's sharing those teachings with us. In this episode: + The structure of attention, how to command it, and how both genders use attention differently + How to say no, honour boundaries, navigate uncertainty and master conflict + Practices to embody true confidence so you can increase your influence + How to let go of the Good Girl Narrative and why honouring your inner “bad girl” is so powerful Get instant access to the rest of my FREE 3 day Spiritual Business course: https://rebrand.ly/blendwoo Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thisistayrae/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/taylorrae Website: https://www.taylorrae.com.au/ Connect with Kasia: Website: https://www.kasiaurbaniak.com/ Instagram: @realkasiaurbaniak
Speaking to the Pharmacy Podcast Network, Dr. Marion Mass, a pediatrician, patient advocate and founding member of the Practicing Physicians of America, spoke about the original intent of PBMs, which started in 1968, and what they've become today. “PBMs were created with the vision that they would act like giant drug-buying networks, with their buying power cutting health care costs and consumers realizing the savings in the end. However, through consolidation, three companies now control 90 percent of the market,” she said. Dr. Mass further explained, “This unhealthy market share has led to an unhealthy control over formularies,” which can cause life-and-death situations for her young patients. “Patients are at risk of death or harm when drugs such as chemotherapies, antibiotics, epinephrine and anesthetics are not available.” Pharm D Mel Brodsky, executive director of the Philadelphia Association of Retail Druggists and former CEO of the Keystone Purchasing Alliance, explained, “This outsized market share takes advantage of drug manufacturers, pharmacists and, most importantly, patients. The result is a net negative for all parties except for the large PBMs.” In his estimation, the net result of this imbalance “has led to an erosion of the doctor-patient relationship and a decimation of Main Street pharmacists throughout the nation.” “With the current system in place, independent pharmacists are being squeezed to the point that many jump when the large groups offer to buy them out. With the depletion of community pharmacists comes the loss of personal touch and a watered-down version of health care to patients,” Brodsky said. Both participants agreed that action must be taken on the federal level, citing Pennsylvania Sens. Bob Casey and Pat Toomey's abilities to rein in the large PBM market imbalance. Our Guests: Dr. Marion Mass. Dr. Mass is a pediatrician in the Philadelphia suburbs. She received her medical degree from Duke University School of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years. She is the co-founder of Practicing Physicians of America - and leadership in the Free2Care coalition-a consortium of grassroots physician advocacy groups that believe that the key to good care starts with the relationship between a patient and their doctor. She sits on the editorial board of the Bucks County Courier, Times and is a member of the Bucks County Health Improvement Partnership. Mr. Mel Brodsky is the Executive Director of the Philadelphia Association of Retail Druggists (PARD), an association of community pharmacies representing 250 independently owned pharmacies in Southeast Pennsylvania. PARD works closely with State Associations like the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association (PPA). Mr. Brodsky is also CEO of the Keystone Pharmacy Purchasing Alliance, headquartered in Philadelphia with 400 member stores in 5 States. Mel has an amazing understanding of how PBMs impact the effectiveness and growth of vital healthcare service providers like Community Pharmacies.
FREE Mindset Booklet: Get Mindset Tools To Help You Thrive hereToday I'm sharing my personal manifestation process with you and my favourite hacks to manifest your wildest dreams. This episode is designed to encourage you to have fun, get curious and start believe you are wildly capable to attract all the greatness you desire. Thanks to Pure Harvest for making this episode possible.Pure Harvest's range of Nutty Oat Milks, is now available at Woolworths Australia-wide.Available in three dairy-free flavours: Nut Bliss, Lust Almond and Macadamia Dream, you'll never have to worry about having ordinary milk again. With no added sugars, preservatives or flavours, Pure Harvest range of NOM milks use whole, organic ingredients to make beverages that taste great and most importantly, make you feel good.Get FREE healthy recipes, mindset tools and healthy guides: here Follow your host, Madelyn: here For all podcast updates and guest announcements follow: https://www.instagram.com/thehealthyhustlers Join me and other hustling females in our supportive Facebook Community: here
Prioritizing yourself and improving your self confidence will help you improve your relationship. Listen to today's show to learn things you can be doing with yourself to help create a better relationship today! In this episode with Dr. Sheva Assar, we discuss relationship advice topics that include Understanding the difference between prioritizing yourself and selfishness How to identify your values and share them with your partner Identifying underlying needs and conflict resolution with your partner How to improve your self talk and self confidence Practices for self compassion And much more! For more information on our guest, and for the episode links visit: https://idopodcast.com/321 Sign up for our 14 Day Happy Couples Challenge here: 14 Day Happy Couples Challenge Do you want to hear more on this topic? Continue the conversation on our Facebook Group here: Love Tribe Sponsors BetterHelp: Get help on your own time and at your own pace. Get 10% off your first month by visiting BetterHelp.com/IDO. Native: Aluminum-Free & Paraben-Free Deodorant. Vegan & Cruelty Free. save 20% on your first purchase by visiting NativeDeo.com/ido20 or use promo code ido20 at checkout. Foria is an innovative health and sexual wellness company that designs all-natural sexual intimacy products for women, people with vulvas, and the people who love them. Get 20% off your first order by visiting foriawellness.com/ido Spark My Relationship Course: Get $100 off our online course. Visit SparkMyRelationship.com/Unlock for our special offer just for our I Do Podcast listeners! If you love this episode (and our podcast!), would you mind giving us a review in iTunes? It would mean the world to us and we promise it only takes a minute. Many thanks in advance! – Chase & Sarah
"You can learn communication skills, but if you don't know how to pause and slow down, the skills won't matter." Eddie Zacapa Communication is at the centre of all functional relationships. How people communicate can bring a significant difference in the quality of their lives individually and within communities. Our guest today, Eddie Zacapa, has years of experience training people on how to communicate differently and says that it's all about the lens with which people view issues. Eddie Zacapa is the co-founder of Life Enriching Communication and a certified trainer with the Center for Nonviolent Communication (CNVC). He has facilitated nonviolent communication workshops, trainings and programs with individuals, families, parents, schools, and organizations and worked in the domestic violence field for over 19 years. Eddie also offers coaching to executives and managers and helps volunteers and employees discover their full potential on the job. He has worked with volunteers for over 20 years with various non-profit organizations providing volunteer management. He lives in Sacramento, CA, with his family. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism from San Jose State University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Bible and Theology from William Jessup University. Eddie is the author of two books: Principles and Practices of Nonviolence: 30 Meditations for Practicing Compassion; https://amzn.to/3kjKboo and Essentials for Cultivating Passionate Volunteers and Leaders: Guidelines for Organizations that Value Connection-https://amzn.to/3zjLHLo. In today's episode, Eddie talks about nonviolent and effective communication. He will also present the steps to communicating and making meaningful connections in any given situation. Listen in! Contacts: Website: www.lecworks.org I'm the founder of Life Enriching Communication, an organization dedicated to ending domestic violence and the cycle of violence. [2:40] We work with individuals who come to us voluntarily or sometimes through the court, and we help them discover their power over tendencies and how they can change that. [2:50] I also teach nonviolent communication, which is rooted in nonviolence to organizations, couples and families. [3:20] Sometimes we use the power that we have to get what we want without thinking about the other person necessarily and what their needs are at that moment. [4:50] Everybody has power, and it is not a bad thing since it allows you to do something. However, collaboration happens when you use that power with the resources others have. [5:29] I was working in ministry, but then I decided to change my career, and my mom introduced me to someone at her church who did this work with. [6:07] The first time I got there, I connected with the individuals who were there and I got hired there, so that started my journey. [6:35] I was also drawn to it just because I could relate to it in some ways from my experience growing up. [6:47] Along the way, I got introduced to nonviolent communication by a certified trainer, and that process just blew my world, and I started living it out and teaching it. [7:11] One of the things I try to get across early is, if you do anything because you have to, you will pay for it. [7:48] I tell the people I teach that being there was an opportunity for them to learn and grow regardless of whether they deserved to be there or not. [8:16] It is really important to continue doing this because it makes a difference by bringing awareness to what abuse is and making people feel comfortable and safe reaching out for help. [10:05] We need to work together and have the police department and fire department to be able to be in touch with the needs of each community and to just feel comfortable with each other. [11:53] Commercial Break. [12:18] One of the first components of nonviolent communication focuses on differentiating between what's happening and the story we tell ourselves in our heads. [14:31] Being able to differentiate and get down to what happened can be helpful. [15:22] The next step is connecting with what happened and assessing your feelings about the truth, and then finding out what you value in the situation. [15:30] The last part is just making a request that is very specific and doable. [16:15] Another valuable piece is if you're struggling to connect with someone else, you can close your eyes and just imagine what they might be feeling and their needs. [16:32] By doing that, you're able to see that person's humanity, and you're not creating an enemy image with that story and that a lot of times helps you find a solution as well. [16:48] You can learn communication skills, but if you don't know how to pause and slow down, the skills won't matter. [17:58] We're trying to see what people wish for and what their value is in a particular situation. [19:39] When we make a request, remember that when we hear a 'NO', it is a gift because it tells us that there's something really important to somebody else. [22:10] There's a need behind that NO, and if we can discover what it is, we can find a solution that works for everybody. [22:40] …………………..….. TopDog Learning Group, LLC is a leadership, change management, and diversity and inclusion consulting firm based in Orlando, FL, USA but with “TopDoggers” (aka consultants) throughout North America and beyond. They focus on training programs (both virtual and face-to-face), keynotes and “lunch and learns,” group and 1:1 coaching, and off-the-shelf solutions. One such solution is their Masterclass on The Top 3 Strategies to be Resilient in Times of Change. 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In this Episode Kay and her Lover, Rapper Jay Billyon sit down to be semi interviewed by Robyn Ms Dontasktolink herself, & then they have a real ass conversations about their relationship addressing relatable truths.
This week, Stacey welcomes back Siegfried Schmitt to the show. Stacey and Siegfried discuss the complexities in supply chain management, the expectations for a GDP audit, and deficiencies in distribution processes. Maintaining product safety and quality during distribution is of utmost importance in the pharmaceutical industry. Just like in other areas of drug manufacture, there is an expected dedication to quality and compliance, which should be present in every aspect of distribution. It is the responsibility of the drug company to comply with distribution requirements including storage and transport of their products, ensuring its safety and security throughout the supply chain. About Our Guest: Siegfried Schmitt Dr. Siegfried Schmitt is Vice President, Regulatory and Access, at PAREXEL Consulting, where he has worked at developing and improving quality management systems, including Quality by Design and Control Strategies since 2007. He is a Thought Leader in Competitive Compliance, Data Integrity, and Supply Chain, as well as a trusted expert for regulatory, compliance, and industry-best-practices projects. Siegfried has more than 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry, spanning manufacture, analytics, validation, and quality assurance. He received his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from the University of Berne, Switzerland, and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry. For more information or to register for the Compounding Pharmacy Compliance East conference, please visit: https://bit.ly/3yzhlnN Voices in Validation brings you the best in validation and compliance topics. Voices in Validation is brought to you by IVT Network, your expert source for life science regulatory knowledge. For more information on IVT Network, check out their website at http://ivtnetwork.com.
After an unprecedented display of resistance, Congress officially approved an additional $1 billion in support of Israel's Iron Dome—an amount in addition to the $3.8 billion the US sends to Israel every year. Why was the funding so controversial, yet still pass with a vote of 420-9? And does this kind of funding actually promote a future of flourishing for Israelis and Palestinians alike? We also discuss a Washington Post article about the historic and growing divides within the US. Can a sense of common purpose and opportunities for collaboration be revived in our increasingly polarized society? And how can we as peacemakers usher them in?Read and share the Principles and Practices of PeacemakingSubscribe to the Telos Newsletter for more news analysis and peacemaking resourcesFollow Telos on Instagram @thetelosgroupIf you're enjoying the podcast, become a monthly donor to Telos!--Read the Washington Post article we discuss: https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/after-pearl-harbor-and-911-americans-came-together-have-we-lost-that-capacity/2021/09/26/1246b22e-1492-11ec-9589-31ac3173c2e5_story.html
"It is only in Jesus that someone comes to have knowledge of God." This week, Sean continued with our new Practices of Discipleship series, and discussed the practice of learning. He focused on Matthew 11:25-30 and explained that, "Human intellect does not expose the presence of the Kingdom;" God reveals it to those He chooses. We also learned that verses 25-27 in this passage are an exclusive revelation and verse 28 is an inclusive invitation. Verse 28 reads: "Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest." In response to verse 28, Sean posed the question, "How do we accept this invitation?," and told that the answer is by binding yourself to Christ and learning from Him. In conclusion, Sean explained four ways we can learn from Jesus: 1. Read the Bible (Jesus is the subject and author of the Bible) 2. Apply the Bible 3. Rest in the Bible 4. Enjoy the Bible
Ready to find a healthy eating practice that you'll actually stick to? In this episode, I share 4 of my favorite habits and rituals that will get you living your best self. The good news? You'll actually enjoy living this healthy because none of the practices are restrictive, boring, or hard to follow. Resources: Freebie: Benefits Of The 4 Best Healthy Eating Practices Listen to episode 70: Constipation and the 3 Ts.pdfips That'll Solve It For Good Sign up to B's Fit & Fab Recorded Workouts Program: Series 2 for the ultimate fitness membership. You get 16 recorded PROGRESSIVE workouts, nutrition information and tutorials, and so many more resources and bonus content! You can learn more about nutrition and exercise from a registered dietitian, sports nutritionist and personal trainer Baraa El Sabbagh if you: - Follow her on Instagram @baraaelsabbagh - Check out her website - Subscribe to her YouTube channel for great workouts - Contact her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for any queries. If you like this episode, show your support by writing a review. Bonus! If you send me a screenshot of your review by email you'll get a FREE copy of the Super Recipes eBook!
In one of our favorite conversations, Dr. Jud Brewer joins us to explore the habit of anxiety, mindfulness practices to heal addiction, and what we can learn from the brains of the world's most advanced meditators.About Our Guest: Dr. Jud is a psychiatrist, neuroscientist and New York Times best-selling author. He's the director of research and innovation at Brown University's Mindfulness Center, where he also serves as an associate professor, as well as the executive medical director of behavioral health at Sharecare Inc.Dr. Jud is also the author of The Craving Mind and Unwinding Anxiety: New Science Shows How to Break the Cycles of Worry and Fear to Heal Your Mind. Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics:2:00: What got Jud from psychiatry to studying mindfulness?5:45: Addiction and the structure of habits. 10:15: Mindfulness as a treatment for addiction. 14:00: Liking without wanting.19:45: Habit formation and reward-based learning.24:00: Awareness, and honoring your experience.26:15: Curiosity.28:10: The “habit” of anxiety. 32:00: Anxiety's habit loop.34:45: The true purpose of worrying.39:00: Generalized vs. acute anxiety. 41:00: Anxiety and performance. 46:20: Practices for unwinding from anxiety.54:45: Learning from the brains of experienced practitioners. 1:03:30: Recap Support the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.Sponsors:Find the new CBD+ performance gummies and the whole dosist health line-up today at dosisthealth.com. Use promo code BEINGWELL20 for 20% off your purchase. New Day from Lemonada just premiered on September 15th - listen wherever you get podcasts.Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month! Want to sleep better? Try the legendary Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website
In all of the social media platforms that exists and the various marketing tools that businesses can use to support your presence there, there is one social network for which there is one tool that rules them all.That social network is Pinterest, and the dominating tool is Tailwind.Learn from Senior Community Manager of Tailwind, Melissa Megginson all about their tool and comprehensive best practices not just for Pinterest, but also for Instagram and Facebook, which Tailwind supports.Key Highlights[04:09] Introduction of Podcast Guest, Melissa Megginson[06:14] What is Tailwind and How Melissa Started[08:39] Pinterest's Evolution[11:28] What Type of Pins Should I Be Posting?[15:30] Melissa's Advice When Creating Idea Pins[17:37] Best Format and Practices for Video Pins[18:03] Does Repurposing from Other Platforms Work?[21:51] What is Tailwind Create?[24:38] Tailwind Communities[29:53] Best Practices and Recommendations for Pinterest Ads[31:52] How to Do Keyword Research on Pinterest[33:24] What Makes Tailwind Different from Other Platforms?[36:48] How Should I Approach Instagram Through Tailwind?[39:30] Melissa's Advice on Facebook Marketing Strategy[43:38] Final Advice[44:31] Connect with Melissa and Tailwind Team[45:05] Summary[47:17] OutroNotable QuotesI would definitely think about it as a way to reach a broader audience. So, you don't want to be giving away everything that you have on your website and an idea pen because you still want to drive people to your website.It's just super simple to get that really top of funnel, introduce yourself to the Pinterest audience to new potential buyers and pull them in so that once they're following you, you can hit them with those video pins that people can click through on or the static pins that people can click through on.So, building up your, your website, your email list, all of that is really important, but you need people to land there first.Start with the organic content that's performing for you. I think that's a really good way to just sort of juice what's already happening and getting bad content that's already performing well in front of the right people. In social media marketing in general, we talked about the need to be consistent. I think when creating any kind of social media posts, you need to think about the story that you're telling rather than the individual posts that you're creating.Use the platforms. Don't just go in as a marketer. Use the platforms yourself. Get to know them, get to know what you like, get to know what is performing well, and you'll do a lot better as a mark Get her.Find Our More about Tailwind: Click here to start for free and get a $30 credit for a future subscription – only for my community! (affiliate link)More Info on Neal Schaffer and This Podcast:Join My Digital First Mastermind: https://nealschaffer.com/membership/ Contact Me about My Fractional CMO Consulting Services: https://nealschaffer.com/contact/ The Age of Influence Free Preview: https://nealschaffer.com/age-of-influence-preview Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: https://youtube.com/nealschaffer Learn more about this podcast: https://podcast.nealschaffer.com
Dr. Jonathan Leary, DC is the Founder and CEO of Remedy Place, the world's first social wellness club dedicated to bringing guests back into balance through social self-care. Having opened in January of 2020, two months before the world temporarily shut down, Jonathan and Remedy Place have had to adapt to the changes and healthcare skepticism that came along with the pandemic. As the first and only Concierge Wellness Doctor, Jonathan has a refreshing perspective on healthcare… What if we were open to trying new things and trusting ourselves when it came to our health and wellness? After all, our body does have an innate ability to heal itself! Listen in for an eye-opening discussion on the power of social self-care, what that even means, and how Remedy Place is catalyzing cutting-edge innovation in the healthcare industry. Follow Jonathan @drjonathanleary Follow Remedy Place @remedyplace Follow Chase @chase_chewning Episode resources: Get your free WHOOP 4.0 activity tracker at https://join.whoop.com/everforward Learn more at https://chasechewning.com/podcasts/episode/531