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“I think I can…I think I can…I know I can.” In this episode, I share some highlights from the recently updated “Air Force little blue and brown books.” These foundational publications are a must-read for every Airman, as they provide us insight into how we must hold ourselves and each other accountable to defined principles within the Profession of Arms. ////////// LINKS: Main - http://www.constantelevation.co Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/ConstantElevation.co Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/gaberock01/ (@gaberock01) YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/GabrielAvilla --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/constantelevation/support
What a way to start May with none other than a NEW episode of the 'Adult-ish' podcast! That's right, your fave host, Afiya, is joined by your fave co-host, Mr. Vincent Bernard, and the pair are most apologetic about their absence but are giving you real-time tea on what's been going on in their lives. In this episode, the duo discusses all the newly-inherited anxieties that come with hitting your mid-life crisis, particularly in the professional area. The twosome divulges some BIG news — on both their parts — and the new shake-up in their work lives has them rethinking this whole career thing: "Am I on the right path?" "Am I enough?" and "What now?" Listen on as these two sip, smoke, and mull over life like only they can. Host: Afiya A.http://twitter.com/lajoliepoeta http://instagram.com/alja0214 Clubhouse @Aljaugustwww.aljathewriter.comCo-Host: Vincent Bernardhttps://www.facebook.com/vincent.bernard.543http://instagram.com/vincentbernard_83http://www.twitter.com/vincebernardAdult-ish Podcast http://twitter.com/adultishp0dcasthttp://instagram.com/adultishp0dcasthttp://facebook.com/adultishp0dcastHow do you handle new work anxiety? Tell us all about it at email@example.com.
This episode features a rebroadcast of the Airminded Podcast wherein Lt Col Tyson "Gorilla" Wetzel interviews Dr. Kelly Grieco about the Ukraine air war. They explore lessons we can and should take from the first month of the conflict.Check out the Airminded Podcast here. Contact Gorilla at firstname.lastname@example.org.Music provided by Carlos Rivera. Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/carlos_r15/Send inquiries to: email@example.comAudio production by Stephan Sanchez.Send inquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.orgEmail your questions and comments to email@example.com. Join the discussion about the podcast, the Air Force, officership, and the Profession of Arms at https://www.airforceofficerpodcast.com/.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AirForceOfficerPodcast/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/airforceofficerpodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/afofficerpodReddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/afofficerpodShare your officer stories of all flavors using #shootthewatch.
Chaque soir, Olivier Delacroix vous ouvre la Libre antenne. Pas de jugements ni de tabous, une conversation franche mais aussi des réponses aux questions que les auditeurs se posent. Un moment d'échange et de partage propice à la confidence pour repartir le cœur plus léger.
Chaque soir, Olivier Delacroix vous ouvre la Libre antenne. Pas de jugements ni de tabous, une conversation franche mais aussi des réponses aux questions que les auditeurs se posent. Un moment d'échange et de partage propice à la confidence pour repartir le cœur plus léger.
Hi Teacher Friend! Thinking of starting a new career? Are you a teacher on the verge of quitting your teaching job, but you are facing all the uncertain emotions of doing so? Are you a mom beginning a new career, or thinking of homeschooling your children and facing many thoughts about this new transition? I promise this episode is meant to bless you and NOT put you in the Pit!! But I certainly feel led to share my emotional journey of leaving my teaching career of 15+ years and how the change led me to where I am today! I share 3 lessons I learned and 3 pieces of advice to help you navigate this change! After a major shift in my professional growth, learning how to strengthen my mindset, and realizing my identity had been wrapped up in teaching, I began to question whether I was to stay teaching and coaching in public school or whether or not it was time to leave. So in today's episode, I share how to handle the emotions that MAY flood your mind as you change lanes, and what I wish someone would have told me when I was facing the same change!! Let Your Light Shine, Makenzie Oliver Come Connect with us in our Facebook Group: Start Your Micro School or Homeschooling Business-TLYLS Podcast! https://www.facebook.com/groups/250368126648112 We've got step-by-step instructions to help you write powerful marketing brochures, enrollment forms, introductory packets, and so much more! You'll also find easy-to-use templates made to simplify your creation process, as well as beautiful real-life examples used by my micro-school, Lighthouse Learning, to give you creative inspiration when designing your very own forms. You will be able to seal the deal with peace and clarity when you hand-deliver your new handbook and contract. Tune in to today's episode to find out more and head over to our shop to purchase your documents at www.teachersletyourlightshine.com/shop Do you need help with a plan of action, accountability, or clarity in your teacher career change? Interested in starting a micro-school, tutoring or homeschooling business? Don't know where to start? Wanting to make a change but have no idea where to begin or what the change would even look like? It's time to get "unstuck", have a plan and gain your much needed clarity so you can experience teacher career growth, build a business blueprint, market with clear messaging, and plan a successful business launch-whether it's a micro-school, tutoring business or homeschooling business. Click below to learn more… https://teachersletyourlightshine.com/coaching Connect with me on Instagram: @Teacherletyourlightshine Follow us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/teacherletyourlightshine Join our email list to be the FIRST to know about our FREE Resources and podcast alerts! Teachersletyourlightshine.com Want to chat? Have some questions? I'd love to hear from you! Send an Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Or send me a message on Facebook or Instagram Twitter: @teacher_light Check out Our School on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lighthouselearningmicroschool
In the final episode of our 4-part series together, Dr. Bo Babenko wraps up the series with me this week. In this one, we discuss the technology and methods he uses to assess clients and make them the best versions of themselves (your host included) and where he feels the physical therapy profession can make advances despite a health care system that is problematic to say the least. To learn more about Dr. Bo's work: www.fitcarephysio.com www.instagram.com/drbobabenko www.facebook.com/BoBabenko You can also search YouTube for "Doctor Bo" to subscribe to his channel. To learn more about your host: www.jasonleenaarts.com www.revfittherapy.com www.facebook.com/jason.leenaarts www.instagram.com/jasonleenaarts You can also like our Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/revolutionaryou To purchase my book, "A Revolution A Day": www.amzn.to/2R9Larx
Although it was happening before, the COVID-19 pandemic has rapidly increased the number of teachers looking for a career change. How can the teacher brain drain be stopped? WWJ's Zach Clark explores the answer in a new Daily J.
Cheryl Esposito welcomes Meg Wheatley, author, teacher, advisor, & thought leader on our global culture and the choices we have to make as leaders today. Her book, Who Do We Choose To Be? Facing Reality I Claiming Leadership I Restoring Sanity is a call for sane leadership on behalf of the human spirit. Courageous & noble leaders showing high moral principles and ideals, can create islands of sanity as the way forward. We have a choice: be passive and withdraw from the tumult, or choose to take our turn to show up as noble leaders. Meg says, “…if the world is going to hell, only do good; focus on the present; only do what you know will bring people to their own humanity, with the reward of being in the present moment relationship of human helping human.” What is your answer to the question: Who do I choose to be in the midst of increasing fear and turmoil? Are you ready? Join Cheryl Esposito & Meg Wheatley to consider choices we have to make for these times.
Eunice was a confident hard working woman, that loved God, her country and her family. She was proud of her accomplishments and rightfully so. Chef Dennis is a successful classically trained chef, now retired and a very popular travel and food blogger. He prefers to cook for others rather than cook a meal for himself. His grandmother taught him a lot about food and cooking and she passed down "the joy of cooking." And now Dennis is sharing the 'joy of it' with all of his readers. You can find out more at https://www.askchefdennis.com/ Dennis's maternal grandparents were originally from Mexico and both were highly educated. His grandmother was a teacher and his grandfather a minister. Eunice and her nine siblings were also all educated starting at a young age. All the children were born and raised in Texas and bilingual from an early age. Littley says of his mother's family "they were an all American family-all my uncles served in the Armed Forces and an uncle was at Pearl Harbor." Because Eunice was always studying and/or working, she never really had too much time to cook. She often worked nights so she could be home to see Dennis before and after school. Chef Dennis says that his mom, who he adored dearly, "influenced him and his love for cooking in an offhanded way." "Her lack of cooking skills and my love of food and her encouragement really helped push me in the right direction. She was the reason I really started cooking and went int this field." says Littley. Dennis loved to cook for his mom and says "I was never pressured into being a doctor or lawyer, my mother just wanted me to be happy." But he took care of his mom as well. At a young age, he would collect recyclable bottles and cans, ride his bike to the supermarket and buy food with the money he made to cook for his mom because she didn't have time to cook for herself. Dennis agrees that he gave his parents a hard time, a bit rambunctious, but he was named after the 'Dennis the Menace' tv character, after all.My guest, got his first full time job at 12 years old and became manager of a burger place, flipping burgers at 13 in Atlantic City, New Jersey right on the ocean.When asked what meal he'd cook for his mom if she were here today, Dennis reminisces about the rice, pepper, onion, bacon and cheddar cheese casserole his mom and he loved to eat till the dish was empty and everyone was happy. Later on in life, once Eunice had retired from nursing, she was able to embrace her time in the kitchen with her friends and found the ‘joy of cooking'.
Retrouve l'intégralité de cet épisode en vidéo et plus encore sur la plateforme koudetat.co ! Clarisse Berrebi nous raconte l'aventure de Bold Avocats, un cabinet qui a remis en question toutes les certitudes du métier : un business model basé sur l'abonnement mensuel plutôt que sur le taux horaire, des process standardisés et scalables, une culture rapide et dynamique…Une réelle leçon d'entrepreneuriat. Une preuve qu'avec beaucoup de travail et de volonté, on peut aller très loin !! N'hésite pas à réagir, ton avis compte
In Today's episode, we have the pleasure of sitting down with The King of Kansas, The Michael of the Gait Cycle, The Barbell Poet, My Personal Buddha, James Thayer, a magical being. James is The Athletic Director of Fitness and Wellness, Owner of Byproduct Performance, Pre-Script Coach, ACE Master Trainer, Co-Host of Rx Radio the Sunday Edition, Educator, Thinker, Innovator, divine being, a poet, and a Geezy. We started the conversation by going over what James has been up to lately. We went on to discuss the Profession of Personal Training and its development. Around 40 minutes in, we got heavy and personal, started to walk through the minds and all their wonders, dark and light. Download it Listen to it Enjoy it Thank You's
This week on SA Voices From the Field we interviewed Dr. Danita Brown-Young. Dr. Danita M. Brown Young is currently the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Before moving to Champaign, she served as Vice Provost for Student Affairs and Dean of Students at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Prior to that position, she worked in student affairs at Purdue University, including serving as the youngest and first African American (and first African American woman) Dean of Students at Purdue. Dr. Brown Young holds a B.A. in sociology from Kent State University, an M.A. in community counseling from Loyola University Chicago, and earned her Ph.D. in higher education administration from Ohio University. Dr. Brown Young is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.; Links, Incorporated, NASPA; and ACPA. She was awarded the NASPA Pillar of the Profession award in 2021. She is currently serving as NASPA Board Chair. With over 20 years of experience in student affairs in higher education, Dr. Brown Young is an accomplished ambassador for students, and understands the critical role student affairs must play in successfully meeting the land-grant promises of educational access and opportunity to help create a more socially just society. Please subscribe to SA Voices from the Field on your favorite podcasting device and share the podcast with other student affairs colleagues!
When it comes to your dental practice, have you noticed that Dentistry's Do-do Advice inhibits your practice growth? If you want to understand how your childhood profoundly impacts your income … If you want to know if you're a Survivor, Hoarder, Disregarder, or Creator … If you want to move closer to your Ikigai so you can learn how to change your money story for fun and profit … tune in now! You can find show notes and more information by clicking this link: https://bit.ly/your-money-story Relentless Dentist is a dental podcast by Dr. Dave Maloley.
Welcome to the rest of your career. Everything is different now.Music provided by Carlos Rivera. Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/carlos_r15/Send inquiries to: email@example.comAudio production by Stephan Sanchez.Send inquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.orgEmail your questions and comments to email@example.com. Join the discussion about the podcast, the Air Force, officership, and the Profession of Arms at https://www.airforceofficerpodcast.com/.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AirForceOfficerPodcast/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/airforceofficerpodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/afofficerpodReddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/afofficerpodShare your officer stories of all flavors using #shootthewatch.
Reflections on Content Creation and the Therapy Profession Curt and Katie chat about our principles and philosophies as they relate to the work we do, including podcast creation. We also reflect on the feedback we've received on episodes with large listenership as well as other typical responses we get to the work we do. Considering content creation as part of your business? This isn't a how-to, but it certainly can give you things to consider before you dive in. In this podcast episode we talk about how we put together the podcast We've received a lot of feedback recently about our episodes and we wanted to talk about how we make decisions on what we talk about, who we interview, whether we call folks out on the podcast, and how we edit the episodes. Our Philosophy and Principles for creating content for the Modern Therapist's Survival Guide “We can talk about how to navigate the career, but at some point, we become complicit in a broken system. And so, we've been talking about how to balance: how do we give the tools to navigate what is, and then also give the empowerment and/or the validation that advocacy needs to happen.” – Katie Vernoy How to navigate the career as is (tools and strategies to survive in this field) The importance of advocacy in moving forward with our field How to strategically time advocacy for best effect How we take in feedback and respond Responding to Feedback from our Audience on our “What's New in the DSM-5-TR?” Episode The concern about the Autism diagnosis changes Whether we should have called out Dr. Michael B. First and the impressions of what was said Grappling with the tension between protecting our audience and getting our guests on record and/or advocating for change in the larger systems How people can impact what becomes DSM 6 (and the efforts we are advocating for) The feedback we received and how we sort through it and improve The limits of our capacity Our plans for additional interviews to address the changes “It's been my experience in advocacy, that large systems end up ignoring those individual voices. Those individual voices are incredibly powerful when they're used in the right place at the right time.” – Curt Widhalm A Broader View of the Feedback We Receive on the Modern Therapist's Survival Guide Podcast The depth of the conversation and our ability to deepen conversations with additional episodes Audience members anchoring on the title or episode artwork and not looking at the whole episode when pieces of the content resonate in a different way Our Plan Going Forward with the Podcast Advocacy, information, and focus on the profession Not as much of a focus on business building, money mindset, and side hustles Real conversations about the realities of working in this profession Working to leave the profession better than we find it Our Generous Sponsors for this episode of the Modern Therapist's Survival Guide: Thrizer Thrizer is a new modern billing platform for therapists that was built on the belief that therapy should be accessible AND clinicians should earn what they are worth. Their platform automatically gets clients reimbursed by their insurance after every session. Just by billing your clients through Thrizer, you can potentially save them hundreds every month, with no extra work on your end. Every time you bill a client through Thrizer, an insurance claim is automatically generated and sent directly to the client's insurance. From there, Thrizer provides concierge support to ensure clients get their reimbursement quickly, directly into their bank account. By eliminating reimbursement by check, confusion around benefits, and obscurity with reimbursement status, they allow your clients to focus on what actually matters rather than worrying about their money. It is very quick to get set up and it works great in completement with EHR systems. Their team is super helpful and responsive, and the founder is actually a long-time therapy client who grew frustrated with his reimbursement times The best part is you don't need to give up your rate. They charge a standard 3% payment processing fee! Thrizer lets you become more accessible while remaining in complete control of your practice. A better experience for your clients during therapy means higher retention. Money won't be the reason they quit on therapy. Sign up using THIS LINK if you want to test Thrizer completely risk free! Sign up for Thrizer with code 'moderntherapists' for 1 month of no credit card fees or payment processing fees! That's right - you will get one month of no payment processing fees, meaning you earn 100% of your cash rate during that time! Melissa Forziat Events & Marketing Today's episode of The Therapy Reimagined podcast is brought to you by Melissa Forziat Events & Marketing. Melissa is a small business marketing expert who specializes in marketing advice for businesses that have limited resources. Are you looking to boost your reach and get more clients from social media? Check out the “How to Win at Social Media (even with no budget!)” course from marketing expert, Melissa Forziat. It can be so hard to get engagement on social media or to know what to post to tell the story of your brand. It can be even harder to get those conversations to turn into new clients. Social media marketing isn't just for businesses that have a ton of money to spend on advertising. Melissa will work you step-by-step through creating a smart plan that fits within your budget. How to Win at Social Media is packed full of information. Usually a course as detailed as this would be priced in the thousands, but to make it accessible to small businesses, it is available for only $247. PLUS, as a listener of the Modern Therapist's Survival Guide, you can use promo code THERAPY to get 10% off. So, if you are ready to go to the next level in your business, click THIS LINK and sign up for the How to Win at Social Media course today! Please note that Therapy Reimagined/The Modern Therapist's Survival Guide Podcast is a paid affiliate for Melissa Forziat Events & Marketing, so we will get a little bit of money in our pockets if you sign up using our link. Thank you in advance! Resources for Modern Therapists mentioned in this Podcast Episode: We've pulled together resources mentioned in this episode and put together some handy-dandy links. Please note that some of the links below may be affiliate links, so if you purchase after clicking below, we may get a little bit of cash in our pockets. We thank you in advance! The Therapy Reimagined Mission Our Patreon Buy Me A Coffee Relevant Episodes of MTSG Podcast: What's New in the DSM-5-TR? A Living Wage for Prelicensees Mission Driven Work Therapists are Not Robots Why You Shouldn't Sell Out to Better Help Advocacy in the Wake of Looming Healthcare Shortages Who we are: Curt Widhalm, LMFT Curt Widhalm is in private practice in the Los Angeles area. He is the cofounder of the Therapy Reimagined conference, an Adjunct Professor at Pepperdine University and CSUN, a former Subject Matter Expert for the California Board of Behavioral Sciences, former CFO of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, and a loving husband and father. He is 1/2 great person, 1/2 provocateur, and 1/2 geek, in that order. He dabbles in the dark art of making "dad jokes" and usually has a half-empty cup of coffee somewhere nearby. Learn more at: www.curtwidhalm.com Katie Vernoy, LMFT Katie Vernoy is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, coach, and consultant supporting leaders, visionaries, executives, and helping professionals to create sustainable careers. Katie, with Curt, has developed workshops and a conference, Therapy Reimagined, to support therapists navigating through the modern challenges of this profession. Katie is also a former President of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. In her spare time, Katie is secretly siphoning off Curt's youthful energy, so that she can take over the world. Learn more at: www.katievernoy.com A Quick Note: Our opinions are our own. We are only speaking for ourselves – except when we speak for each other, or over each other. We're working on it. Our guests are also only speaking for themselves and have their own opinions. We aren't trying to take their voice, and no one speaks for us either. Mostly because they don't want to, but hey. Stay in Touch with Curt, Katie, and the whole Therapy Reimagined #TherapyMovement: Patreon Buy Me A Coffee Podcast Homepage Therapy Reimagined Homepage Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Consultation services with Curt Widhalm or Katie Vernoy: The Fifty-Minute Hour Connect with the Modern Therapist Community: Our Facebook Group – The Modern Therapists Group Modern Therapist's Survival Guide Creative Credits: Voice Over by DW McCann https://www.facebook.com/McCannDW/ Music by Crystal Grooms Mangano https://groomsymusic.com/ Transcript for this episode of the Modern Therapist's Survival Guide podcast (Autogenerated): Curt Widhalm 00:00 This episode of The Modern Therapist Survival Guide is brought to you by Thrizer. Katie Vernoy 00:03 Thrizer is a modern billing platform for private pay therapists. Their platform automatically gets clients reimbursed by their insurance after every session. Just by billing your clients through Thrizer you can potentially save them hundreds every month with no extra work on your end. The best part is you don't need to give up your rate they charge a standard 3% payment processing fee. By using the link in the show notes you can get a month of billing without processing fees just to test them out for your clients. Curt Widhalm 00:30 Listen at the end of the episode for more information. Katie Vernoy 00:34 This episode is also brought to you by Melissa Forziat Events and Marketing Curt Widhalm 00:39 Melissa Forziat is a small business marketing expert who specializes in marketing advice for businesses that have limited resources, including the very special course How to Win at Social Media, Even with No Budget. Stay tuned to the end of the episode to learn how you can get the most from social media marketing, even with little to no budget. Announcer 00:59 You're listening to The Modern Therapist Survival Guide where therapists live, breathe and practice as human beings. To support you as a whole person and a therapist, here are your hosts, Curt Widhalm and Katie Vernoy. Curt Widhalm 01:12 Welcome back modern therapists. This is The Modern Therapist Survival Guide. I'm Curt Widhalm with Katie Vernoy. And this is the podcast for therapists and things that we do the things that we have come up in our field, the ways that we want to spread our messages. And if you're not a therapist, welcome and listen to it from the angle of our intended audience being therapists. Katie is laughing at me because she said that this is an episode where we're not supposed to sound defensive. Katie Vernoy 01:53 Oh, dear, we're already off track. Thanks, Curt. No, I think this is an episode where you have to be completely transparent like this is this is an episode that we need to do. And I think that there's positive and wonderful things that we need to talk about. And there's some stuff that we might have some feels about to use the language of the young folks today. Curt Widhalm 02:15 I don't know who you think is the young folks today? Katie Vernoy 02:19 Fine, fine. Let's move forward. Curt Widhalm 02:22 All right. We have a lot of new listeners here over the last few months. And we want to thank you for joining us each week. And it's been a while since Katie and I have clarified a lot of things about our podcast, this is maybe an opportunity for some of our new listeners to get to know us in a little bit different way and for our longtime listeners to maybe be able to have a little bit better understanding of what Katie and my process is. And the working title of this episode is. So you want to be a content creator. This is really less of a how to episode and more of a here's the things that have come up in our process that helps us to define how we largely go about things. Now a lot of our listeners who have joined us recently found us through our DSM five episodes, some of our continuing education content. And what we want to do in this episode is kind of talk about what some of the things are that have come up for us as content creators here over the last few months, and how we made some of the decisions that we've made and kind of some of the principles that we do in making our product, something that hopefully all of you enjoy. Katie Vernoy 03:49 Starting with the principles. I think when we first started and this was way back in 2017, I think the idea was, let's put together a podcast that has conversations that don't typically happen, at least not in public spaces. A lot of therapists, I think, have some of these conversations in the background. But it's not something that is happening in grad school. It's not something that's happening in supervision frequently, and it's kind of the realities, the survival guide tactics of how do we actually navigate this career. And what we've found over the years is that the additional piece is like yeah, we can talk about how to navigate the career but at some point, we become complicit in a broken system. And so we we've been talking about how to balance how do we give the tools to navigate what is and then also give the empowerment and or the validation that advocacy needs to happen. And then each of us can step up in our own ways, whether it's in how we practice individually in our offices, or what we say to our legislators or those kinds of things like how can we advocate true change for our profession, you know, whether it's equity, whether it's pay, whether it's decolonizing, our practices, all of the things that we've wanted to make sure that stay in the forefront, we recognize that it's a hard way to balance because if we completely destroy mental health right now, because it's not working then, there's no mental health. But if we complicitly and complacently stand by and continue to reinforce how it's being done, then we're not making any progress. And so we're trying to walk that line to be able to say, Hey, this is what the profession is, this is how you can navigate it. And this is what we see as a potential future. And let's give you the tools to be able to help us all come together as modern therapists to push towards that new future. Curt Widhalm 05:45 A lot of what our conversations on the back end have been here over the last month or so has been about a lot of the response that we've had, hearing from some of our audience members directly, following some of the online interpretations and reactions to our DSM-5 update episode where we had Dr. Michael be first as the APA, co author of the DSM-5-TR. And our background conversations between Katie and I have been why did we make the decisions that we made with this particular episode? And how does this fit within a lot of what Katie was just describing as our principals here. And Katie and I have been long involved in a lot of advocacy work, and know that some of the reactions that we've seen the immediate petitions to change the autism diagnostic criteria, based on the information that was presented in that episode, to prevent the DSM-5-TR from having those very changes made. And Katie and my work in advocacy, we knew that that kind of an effort is mis timed, because those books were already published in sitting in warehouses all around the world at that point that understanding some of the advocacy process is very much an important piece of this, that you hear us in a number of our episodes across time talking about advocacy. I don't know that the emphasis on how freaking long things take... Katie Vernoy 07:33 So long, so long Curt Widhalm 07:35 ...is something that people tend to forget. And there's oftentimes this very reactionary in the moment sort of thing that happens that people lose their enthusiasm, because then there's a next in the moment sort of thing happens. And this is why our principals are so important to us is because it helps us in deciding not only what we address, but how and importantly, when we address them. And if you want to hear in depth kind of discussion about it. We'll link in our show notes over at MTSG podcast about our efforts several years ago to get a mental health professionals organization to make a statement on paying pre licensed therapists a living wage. This is a long term process sort of thing. And I think that this starts to speak into some of the criticisms that we've been hearing about the DSM-5 episode from some of our audience here. Katie Vernoy 08:37 The other element that I think is important is being able to go into conversations with reasonable expectations of what's going to happen in the conversation. And so there's the timing of the advocacy, but there's also getting a full picture of what the actual situation is. And I know for me, in interviewing Dr. First, I was expecting a lot more pushback on the questions we actually asked around inclusion around the discussions with folks with lived experience, around the limitations of the diagnoses. And the fact that he was willing to engage in those made me very excited. Now, as we had the conversation. There were a few different things that I was trying to pay attention to. And this is I guess, this goes into kind of editing choices as well as kind of the advocacy element of it. I wanted him on record about kind of what his perspective was, what his process was those kinds of things and I know that there was some language that he used, it was pretty cringy, there was a lot of outdated language, there was a little bit of editing to try to soften that for our audience as kind of a protective measure for our audience. But we couldn't edit out the cringiness of this individual. My concern, and this is something I've grappled with. And I, maybe maybe we would do it differently if we interviewed him again tomorrow. But I wanted to hear all of the pieces. I wanted it all on record. And so there were things that he said that I might have called him out on in person. But recognize that was potentially risking getting the next question answered. And the next question answered. It potentially risked the interview not happening, him not being recorded and on record with the things that he ended up saying. And to me, I felt like there was this really push pull on how do we protect our audience? And how do we move forward with the advocacy that needs to happen around this outdated medical model book that we all have to use? Curt Widhalm 10:51 I think to that point, this is our protection of our audience, is within the scope of Katie and my principles. And I hope that our principles aligned with a lot of yours. But, you know, being very clear to what Katie said earlier, we are about advancing our profession, we are about better pay, we're about better education. And we incorporate a lot of social justice work within that. And it's very informed by a lot of social justice work. To peel back the curtains a little bit on our process. We do edit our podcasts, we aren't as clear as what our finished product is. We've edited... Katie Vernoy 11:09 Clearly not. Curt Widhalm 11:12 ...we edit out ums and coughs, and we allow our guests to be able to say, Hey, I didn't say that correctly, would you edit that back? Let me restate this in another way. And because we develop relationships with a lot of people who come on this podcast, we're very accommodating of that. And in this particular recording, part of what we consider is, is it important to advocate in this particular moment on something that's informative of our principles, and potentially lose the entire interview in the first place, then it becomes Katie and me pissing off one person and not having a podcast, whereas the 1000s of people who have downloaded, listened to, reacted to, made their own commentary, on what was said, is much more important within the advocacy process than us calling out one particular person at one time. Katie Vernoy 12:44 Yeah. Curt Widhalm 12:45 We feel that it's a lot more important to be able to hear, again, the very outdated and potentially harmful ideas of people who are in positions of power, much more so than being able to correct them in a moment by moment basis. And this is part of seeing advocacy as a much bigger unfolding process. And I think that a lot of the commentary that we've seen have separated, Katie and me from the comments by Dr. Michael First. But I see that people are also, you know, kind of holding us accountable on this too. And it's very much a stylistic decision. Just because we didn't push back on it doesn't mean that we agree with it. In fact, hopefully, this gives a lot more emphasis to our calls to action that will be coming over the next few months and several years as it leads up to whenever the DSM-6 comes out, of better being able to advocate for who's on these committees and how their processes are because this is information that had that episode just been. Here's the straightforward updates of what's happening. I don't think that would have ever shown up to the light of day. Katie Vernoy 14:07 Sure. And I think the additional piece, I guess there's more than one piece, but that additional piece to that is I wanted to get to how do people impact this process, and we have him on record talking about that process and how people can take stances and give feedback and all those things. And I also was able to say to him like, hey, yeah, reach out to these lived experience and diagnostic communities to get feedback, like proactively seek it out. And he said, Oh, well, we kind of do that. Actually. That's a good idea. So it's, maybe it's small, but it's still there's things on record that can be used by folks who are advocating with the APA, that who are advocating around some of these changes where it's like, hey, the guy who is running this Committee, said it was a good idea or said this was their process. Here's why this process isn't happening. We need to address it, I mean, I think it's just it's creating a body of evidence. But I do want to go back to kind of our audience and the, and the harmful language. And I want to take that in. I really want to think about that because to me, I, I recognize that there are spots bias, different things that frame what I think is going to be harmful and not harmful. And I and I know we talked about this, Curt, that like the two of us had a larger goal with that that interview. And so I don't want us to lose sight that there were folks who are were harmed by some of the language that Dr. First used. And I'm not sure how to specifically address that. I mean, maybe we put content warnings on on things, you know, I'm not sure. I'm not sure how to do that. I mean, I don't know what what additional thoughts you've had around it, Curt. But I just for me, I feel like there are two things that are happening. And I think we may lean more towards like the let's get stuff done. Let's not worry about the small things in the moment with the larger picture. But for some of the folks that are responding, it didn't feel small, and it wasn't small to them, and it was harmful to them. And I don't know how to I'm gonna be honest, I don't know how to resolve that, given our advocacy efforts and the desire to get someone with that level of power over the next iteration of both the ICD and the DSM on record. And so I'm not sure where to go with that. Curt Widhalm 16:27 It's been my experience in advocacy, that large systems end up ignoring those individual voices. Those individual voices are incredibly powerful when they're used in the right place at the right time. And it's kind of looking at where our experience is where our tools really are effective in being able to affect these larger systems that when Katie and I have been in congressional offices, when we've been talking to legislators, when we've been talking to professional organizations, those voices, when they're expressed at the right time, are incredibly impactful for humanizing what is happening, working in the macro systems doesn't negate that the micro systems are happening. But for systemic change to happen, we have to address the macro systems in the ways that the macro systems have shown that they can be changed. Katie Vernoy 17:30 Sure, yeah. And I think that's it goes back to our principles around recognizing that we have to work within if we want to be therapists, right now, we, we must work at least, you know, sufficiently within the system that's created while also trying to disrupt it. And so it's, it's a hard line to walk I know, we're never, we're never going to say we can always do it, right. You know, like we're gonna have times when we we miss judge or miss title. And I think that, that we, you know, when folks have called us out, when we've missed us in the past, we oftentimes do come back and have deeper conversations. And so please keep holding us to account for the things that are happening in the micro system, so to speak. But recognize that you know, that there are times when we may disagree based on the goals we have in the macro system. Does that make sense? Curt Widhalm 18:20 Yeah. Katie Vernoy 18:21 Okay. Curt Widhalm 18:22 And I think that this also speaks to what we noticed as content creators, is some of the accountability that people feel like they're holding us to, are things that we actually already do. It's just that... Katie Vernoy 18:38 Exactly. Curt Widhalm 18:39 Now, in the aftermath of the DSM-5 episode, one of the comments that I keep coming back to is a one from a deleted now deleted user on Reddit. The comment says, the interview starts talking about autism around minute 13. It's not an in accessible interview, and that it has no transcript or subtitles, so fuck them for that, too. And then, in this post, several people posted links to the episode where the transcripts already existed in the first place. And one of the things that if you're considering going into content creation, helping you potentially avoid some obstacles and these kinds of things, and being clear about your principles, really does help in that. We've been making things accessible for quite a while. Katie Vernoy 19:30 And we haven't always but it does, there's a cost involved. And we're doing this for free for the most part, you know, we've we've been able to start getting sponsors at different points. But we're not making a whole bunch of money where we can have fancy solutions. And so we've, we took this feedback that people couldn't find the transcripts. And so we've we've added a little solution, so they're easier to find now, but we are both two therapists, we both have our own practices. We do some consulting but like this is not our full time job. And so we're trying, I guess maybe this is where I'm sounding defensive, I'm not trying to, but like, we're doing the best that we can. But I think, to me, when I hear this, I see something where we're trying to make a difference. You know, we're trying to do some stuff to bring some things to light to move things forward. And we're not going to always get it right. But we are a way easier target to get mad at than the large system. So don't wait like don't waste your your energy on calling us out for stuff like not having transcript because we actually do, like use that energy towards the actual change you want and not on two random podcasters. Curt Widhalm 20:40 And we got several comments in the first week, after directing, you know, emphasis towards are we going to have follow up episodes about the changes in the DSM, we will, it takes some turnaround time for us, especially on something that that book wasn't even available for three weeks after the podcast aired, which was nearly a month after we made the interview, to Katie's point of we're two podcasters. If you want us to be able to do more, here's our pitch to join our Patreon and make it to where we can have a full time job doing this kind of stuff. But in the meantime, our turnaround and response times is sometimes very much around what we're capable of doing around our regular day to day practices and families and all of that kind of stuff. In the past, we've been sometimes able to turn things around literally overnight. That's not something that can necessarily be relied upon, in this particular space for us and until you join our Patreon and wonderful things. It's something we're we absolutely do do our best. It's that we're in a slow moving profession too. Nothing about you know, really anything is going to be best addressed by a podcast on something that needs to happen in an extremely timely manner. Katie Vernoy 22:13 Sure, and I think to expand out kind of what we're doing as our follow on to the DSM-5 updates is that we've been reaching out to folks in the Autistic community in the grief community in the trans and gender nonconforming community. And as well as people in the trauma community to be able to have in depth conversations with folks with lived experience around, for example, with the Autistic community, we want someone that can talk with us about the diagnosis stuff that's going on to DSM-5-TR but also self diagnosis and, and those types of things. So we can really have a conversation with someone that's living it versus us saying like, yeah, we disagree, you know, or, or we agree with this part, but not that part. I mean, like, we have our own opinions, and we'll share them. But we don't want to be the only voices speaking to this. And it takes time to be able to identify the people or persons, the person or persons that people are people. Yeah, I don't know, to find the right, the right folks to be able to have the real conversation that we need to have, as we've continued forward and our audiences grow we've found it even more important not to just say, like, hey, our friends, so and so is in this community, let's reach out to them, but actually saying like, Who is the person that is making the most noise that has the biggest audience who can actually make a difference in this space, let's amplify that voice on the podcast and whatever way that we can. And so we're still learning, we're still growing. And we don't, we can't... People are not popping on the podcast immediately. Like, everybody's got schedule issues. And and we're we're wanting to have a great conversation versus a fast conversation. Curt Widhalm 23:51 And, you know, this is hopefully where some of the people that we are reaching out to at this point, we'll be able to build and combine our efforts of this community. And their's to elevate some of this stuff. And hopefully, as we get those things organized and recorded in the upcoming months that you'll be able to see that. So here's also your reminder to subscribe and not miss any of our content. One of the other things within this process, though, is also the way that people have anchored on to very slight aspects of the content that we put out whether it's a specific comment within a larger, longer format, whether it's wanting deeper, more informative things out of what is relatively a smaller format, and what I mean by that is, we also try to make our episodes 30 ish minutes. We sometimes wax poetic most of our episodes, I think ended up around 40 minutes or so but it's an incredibly weird balance. Of people on one hand can take one very, very small piece of what is happening in an episode and make assumptions about the rest of the content or ignore the rest of the content based on that, or on the other hand, we've also had some criticisms of, we don't go deep enough and 30 minutes when it's two or three or four voices, depending on how many people that we have on a particular episode. That goes by very, very fast. Katie Vernoy 25:30 What and when especially the one that said we didn't go deep enough, I mean, we did respond with like two or three more episodes to discuss the nuance of what was was being asked for. I think, to me, the thing that makes sense, and I want to take full ownership of this, because oftentimes, I'm the one that's titling the episode. And sometimes we're, we're framing the episode in a particular way, because we think that's what's most compelling. And that seems to be another thing that folks will anchor on. And if I've titled without thought, you know, to a specific element, or it's been framed in a certain way, I think folks have difficulty looking at the whole piece. And so I wanted to, I want to say, I have very much been trying to be thoughtful about titles so that people will get a sense of what's actually on the episode. But there's definitely times when people have have responded to the title only, and either decided they would not listen to the episode because the title was not one that they liked. Or they framed the whole episode based on that title and their interpretation of the title. And so I'm working on it, folks, I'm trying to get better Curt usually helps. But like sometimes we're you know, we divide and conquer, so to speak, he does more editing, I do more of the show notes and episode artwork. And so this is a two to four person, maybe five person, little enterprise here. And none of us do this only, like we all have other stuff going on. And so and even life stuff, like we talked about a couple weeks ago, can get in the way of us being able to do stuff, but like, we recognize that sometimes something resonates, and it's hard to look at the whole piece. But before, before taking too drastic an action like giving us a really bad review. Or blasting us on social like try to listen it to it as a holistic piece if you can. Curt Widhalm 27:28 And it does help and we do respond. She can email Maggie over at firstname.lastname@example.org with feedback about stuff and she's not Katie or myself. She's a very wonderful part of our team that, be nice to Maggie. But... Katie Vernoy 27:43 Yes, please be nice to Maggie. Curt Widhalm 27:45 But I think it helps to, once again, just kind of clarify the things that we do. It's The Modern Therapist Survival Guide, we want to encourage and help each of you along your journey, and be able to provide some guidance or put some things within perspective or advocate for some things. It's why we've really started moving away from some of the more coachy aspects of our content. We've done some in the past and part of keeping conversations going is not having the same conversations over and over again. And while we're hesitant to say we're never going to have a coach on here, again, or something like that, we do have a back catalogue with plenty of people to talk to you about how to set up a practice. There are plenty of other podcasts who can have that same conversation over and over again. And that's a great space for them to be in. It's not where our space is. Our space is about advocacy, it's talking about the things that are affecting our practices, it's being able to provide timely, hey, here's your surprise, here's the no surprises act, it's it's being able to help channel some of the energy and emphasis of the conversations that we're having to make change, it's being able to take the action steps. If you want cheerleaders of here's how you go and set up your office. Great, not us. Katie Vernoy 29:30 I think there's like you said there's a lot of back catalogue stuff that has business building and practice building and I am also hesitant to say we won't have a coach on I think the the difference that we want to bring to it is that we want to get into the stuff that's not polished. We want the real conversations, we want this stuff that goes into what it's really like to be a therapist now what it really is to be able to do work and have a private practice and... Curt Widhalm 30:04 Or work in community mental health. And... Katie Vernoy 30:07 ...well, let me finish my my thought here just really quickly, but like to be able to compete when there's disruptors in the space like BetterHelp, and all of the tech companies that are coming in and dominating the space, to work in community mental health and identify a pathway forward, to have a sustainable career, if that's where you decide to be. I mean, like, there's, there's a lot that is in there, that's not, here are the five steps on how you market your practice. Now, we certainly have episodes like that. But I think, to me, it's more about the reality of the therapist, as a person and a professional. Not, this is how you build your practice. So I don't think we're going to avoid those topics. It's more that we're not going to have the same conversation over and over again, about money mindset, and how you avoid burnout. And how you start a side hustle like, we have those episodes, you can go back and look at them. But we're not going to keep having that conversation over and over again. Curt Widhalm 31:06 And what we are going to have is, here's the updates as they're coming along in the field. Here's amplifying voices from marginalized communities, whether it's therapists, whether it's the systemic barriers that continue to cause mental health problems, whether it's the systemic barriers to having an appropriate mental health workforce on both an individual and a national and universal level, that at its core, this is a podcast about being able to leave our field in a better place than where it was when we started. And that is going to be an ever evolving conversation. And we're thankful that you're holding us accountable in this process, we just really want to make sure that we're all on the same page so we can actually take these things and make them into change. Katie Vernoy 32:06 I think that's where we finished. That's a good place to stop. Thanks, Curt. Curt Widhalm 32:11 We talked about a number of our episodes in the show notes, you can find those at MTSGpodcast.com, as well as all of our back catalogue and we did make some references to Patreon and you can also support us on Buy me a Coffee and very awesome thank you to those people who are patrons and coffee buyers. And until next time, I'm Curt Widhalm with Katie Vernoy. Katie Vernoy 32:39 Thanks again to our sponsor, Thrizer. Curt Widhalm 32:42 Thrizer is a new billing platform for therapists that was built on the belief that therapy should be accessible and clinicians should earn what they're worth. Every time you bill a client through Thrizer an insurance claim is automatically generated and sent directly to the client's insurance. From their Thrizer provides concierge support to ensure clients get their reimbursements quickly, directly into their bank account. By eliminating reimbursement by cheque, confusion around benefits and obscurity with reimbursement status they allow your clients to focus on what actually matters rather than worrying about their money. It's very quick to get set up and it works great in complement with EHR systems. Katie Vernoy 33:21 Their team is super helpful and responsive and the founder is actually a long term therapy client who grew frustrated with his reimbursement times. Thrizer lets you become more accessible while remaining in complete control of your practice. A better experience for your clients during therapy means higher retention. Money won't be the reason they quit therapy. If you want to test Thrizer completely risk free our very special link is bit.ly/moderntherapists, you sign up for thrice or with the code 'moderntherapists' you will get one month of no payment processing fees meaning you earn 100% of your cash rate during that time. 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On this episode, we chat with Chidilim (Chi) Okonkwo, Director of the NASA OCFO Financial Systems Office, about the future of the accountability profession and the effect of digital transformation!
Rudy Téllez was born in La Paz-Bolivia. In 1988, the family moved to the Philadelphia area. Rudy obtained his Bachelor's degree in Communications from West Chester University of PA, and his Masters of Education from Kutztown University of PA.He's a court certified, medical certified, and conference interpreter, and serves as an adjunct professor of interpretation for the Master's degree program at La Salle University. Interpreting, he says, has taken him to places like Guadalajara, Mexico, and Medellin, Colombia with paid jobs.In 2019, Rudy organized a small group of interpreters in Pennsylvania to address compensation for court certified interpreters, later, along with 2 other colleagues, they formed the Tri State Language Access Coalition which successfully pushed the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts to update compensation for the first time ever in 14 years. On January 1, 2021 the new compensation began.Tune in and find out more about Rudy Téllez on the podcast that brings you your stories about our profession. Brand the Interpreter!--------------------------------------------Connect with Mireya Pérez, Hostwww.brandtheinterpreter.comFacebookTwitterLinkedInInstagram-----------------------------------------------Connect with Rudy Instagram: RudytellezpTwitter: rudytellezLinkedIn: Rudy Tellez----------------------------------------------SPONSOR INFORMATIONThank you to Liberty Language Services for sponsoring this episode!To learn more about Liberty Language Services, please visit: https://www.libertylanguageservices.com/To learn more about the Academy of Interpretation, go to: https://www.academyofinterpretation.com/ For a limited time only, you can get $10% off all courses when you sign up using the Brand the Interpreter's discount code, AOI10BTI. Visit the Academy of Interpretation on social media:LinkedInFacebookInstagramTwitter
This week on SA Voices From the Field we bring you the third episode of our conference recap. In this episode we bring you the voices of about 50 professionals who attended the NASPA Annual Conference as they answer the question: 1) What is one thing that the student affairs profession must do to evolve? Special thanks to all of the professionals who shared their voices with us. If you have an interest in sharing your voice or ideas with us about a future podcast, email us at email@example.com Please subscribe to SA Voices from the Field on your favorite podcasting device and share the podcast with other student affairs colleagues!
Do you think that getting a college degree is the only way to succeed? Today, we invited James Altucher, a computer programmer turned entrepreneur, to share a powerful and inspiring lesson about choosing your path to create a new world from the fragments of the old. Stay tuned to find out how you, as a parent, can assist your child in making a life-changing decision! Key takeaways to listen for What role do parents have in the "Choose Yourself" quest? Parenting tips for making a blended family work more effectively Why it is important to align your passion and profession? The powerful secret of embracing vulnerability Teaching children to value their aspirations over a college education Best parenting approach to strengthening the relationship between parents and children Resources mentioned in this episode Choose Yourself | Paperback and Hardcover Skip the Line | Paperback and Kindle Picasso and the Girl with a Ponytail | Paperback and Hardcover About James Altucher James is an investor, writer, entrepreneur, podcaster, and chess master. He is the author of more than 20 books, including The Wall Street Journal bestselling book “Choose Yourself” and is a contributor to publications including The Financial Times, TechCrunch, and The Huffington Post. In 1989, James earned a bachelor's degree in computer science from Cornell University. Later, as a doctoral student in computer science, he attended Carnegie Mellon University. Furthermore, he has founded over 20 businesses, 17 of which have failed, and as a result, he is passionate about assisting others in breaking free from a life they do not want in the same way that he has. Connect with James Website: James Altucher Connect with Us To learn more about us, visit our website at www.18summers.com or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. To get a copy of our book “The Family Board Meeting,” click here. Subscribe to 18 Summers Podcast and leave a rating and written review! Social Media Channels Facebook Group: 18 Summers LinkedIn: Jimmy Sheils Instagram: @18summerstribe
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The activity oriented decision model is a conceptually definition and the practical discipline proposed exciting possiblities. Activies are analyzed, defined, and sequenced. Resources are allocated to the activity. The activity outcomes are measured to determine, if they are meeting requirements. Managers weight the risks by asking "what are the benefits of the activity?","What are the fallout impacts for failure to implement the activity?", and "what are the impacts to the organization long term by implementing the activity?" Analysis of the process, results in time and budget allocation estimates. Schedules provide time lines and sequences linked to a resources. Managers must coordination various organizations to gain access to a resource. A resource represents a individual in a specialize field of knowledge. Communication and coordination are necessary to effectively manage various resources, so each individual understands, what is expected and what to produce. Budgets and time provide the boundary of the activity problem. Its possible to have a budget or schedule which exceeds the boundary of the problem, making the activity unfeasible. To avoid this problem, the manager must provide clear objectives to be developed and maintained. The objectives scope must stay within a predefined problem boundary. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/david-nishimoto/message
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This week on Appraiser Talk, Amy provides an update on The Appraisal Foundation's continued efforts to promote diversity in the appraisal profession.
Big Ideas in Education is continuing its four-part series profiling the four finalists for the 2022 National Teacher of the Year. Be sure to check out our Part 1 of our series (Episode 157) about finalist Whitney Aragaki from Hawai'i and Part 2 of our series (Episode 158) about finalist Autumn Rivera from Colorado. This week, we are profiling finalist Kurt Russell, a history teacher at Oberlin High School in Ohio. Sarah and Ryan chronicle Mr. Russell's dedication to his craft and efforts to foster better representation in the history curriculum—and in the teaching profession as a whole. Visit ntoy.ccsso.org to learn more about the four National Teacher of the Year Finalists!https://www.edweek.org/teaching-learning/lets-trust-our-teachers-national-award-finalists-on-why-public-support-is-crucial/2022/02 https://www.news5cleveland.com/news/local-news/oberlin-high-school-teacher-1-of-4-finalists-for-national-teacher-of-the-yearHosts: Ryan Kairalla (@ryankair); Sarah Boulos Fye (@readwithfye)iProducer: Ross Ulysse
Dr Emily Amos is a General Practitioner, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, 200hr yoga teacher, university tutor and registered mindfulness meditation teacher. She hosts health professional wellbeing services and retreats with Dr Lucy Burns at https://wholeheartedmedicine.com.au. She also has a podcast called mind.life.me. You can find more information and her free “7 Days of Mindful Self Care” mini-course at www.dremilyamos.com Interested in Lifestyle Medicine, health and wellbeing? Check out the Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine conference (in person!) in Cairns July 29-31. https://www.lifestylemedicine.org.au/conference/ Interested in studying Lifestyle Medicine, health coaching, and many aspects covered in this podcast? Check out the JCU postgraduate courses in Lifestyle Medicine: https://www.jcu.edu.au/courses/master-of-lifestyle-medicine If you find this podcast valuable then subscribing, sharing, rating it 5 stars and leaving a review is a huge help. If you would like to provide feedback or request a topic, please contact me via thegpshow.com Thank you for listening and your support.
April 14 from 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm ET Website for the event: https://info.kainexus.com/continuous-improvement/reflections-on-patient-safety-just-culture-and-the-nursing-profession/webinar/signup?hsLang=en Moderator: Mark Graban, Senior Advisor, KaiNexus Panel: Dr. Greg Jacobson, CEO, KaiNexus Kelley Reep, Clinical Nurse Specialist Rebecca Love, Chief Clinical Officer, IntelyCare Brian Weirich, Chief Nursing Officer, Banner Health In this panel discussion webinar, you'll hear healthcare leaders and patient safety experts discuss the recent conviction of a nurse who worked at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, RaDonda Vaught. You'll hear about the case and the circumstances that led to the tragic death of a patient, Charlene Murphey. The discussion will focus on a path forward that focuses on patients and what we can do to prevent systemic errors from harming other patients. About the Panelists: Greg Jacobson, MD Greg graduated from Washington University in St Louis in 1997 with a BS in Biology. He attended Baylor College of Medicine from 1997 to 2001. From 2001 to 2004, he completed a residency in Emergency Medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center where he then stayed on as faculty. Greg is the Chief Executive Officer and a co-founder of KaiNexus. He is an ER doctor that is fanatical about the single biggest barrier holding companies back from greatness - their lack of continuous improvement work. It has taken him down the path of developing KaiNexus. Rebecca Love, RN, BS, MSN, FIEL Rebecca is an experienced nurse executive and the first nurse featured on Ted.com. Rebecca, was the first Director of Nurse Innovation & Entrepreneurship in the United States at Northeastern School of Nursing – the founding initiative in the country designed to empower nurses as innovators and entrepreneurs, where she founded the Nurse Hackathon, the movement has led to transformational change in the Nursing Profession. In early 2019, Rebecca, Co-founded and is President of SONSIEL: The Society of Nurse Scientists, Innovators, Entrepreneurs & Leaders. Rebecca is an experienced Nurse Entrepreneur, founding HireNurses.com in 2013 which was acquired in 2018 by Ryalto, LTD UK, where she served as the Managing Director of US Markets until its acquisition in 2019. Currently, Rebecca serves as the Chief Clinical Officer of IntelyCare, Inc. Rebecca is passionate about empowering nurses and creating communities to help nurses innovate, create and collaborate to start businesses and inventions to transform healthcare. Kelley Reep Kelly is a Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) in critical care. Kelley came to nursing as a second career after corporate training, freelance writing, and motherhood. She works at a Level 1 Trauma Center in the Southeast. Kelley is a passionate advocate for the bedside nurse, as well as a conference speaker (see her at AACN NTI this May) and the nurse consultant for Critical Care: The Game, a multiplayer board game designed by Lakshman Swamy, MD to teach others about ICU. Dr. Brian Weirich Brian is Chief Nursing Officer for Banner Health's Thunderbird hospital. Prior to his role at Banner, Brian held nursing leadership roles at Indiana University Health, University of Colorado Health, Ohio State Medical Center and the Cleveland Clinic where he started as a nurse in the ICU. Brian has a Doctorate degree in Health Administration from the Medical University of South Carolina and a Masters degree in Healthcare Administration from Ohio University where he also obtained his Bachelor degree in nursing. Brian is certified in Executive Nursing Practice and has a certification in Artificial Intelligence from Northwestern's Kellogg school of business. Brian is an author/speaker often arguing for the importance of the millennial “tech” generation. He is a co-author of the book, THE NURSES GUIDE TO INNOVATION. In 2017, he began exploring artificial intelligence and crowd sourcing a
The culture of the Air Force has been shaped over the years by those who lead it, often Fighter Pilots. Colin explores the culture of Fighter squadrons with Lt Col Nicholas "Spike" Jurewicz, including naming ceremonies and piano burning.Contact Spike at firstname.lastname@example.org.Music provided by Carlos Rivera. Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/carlos_r15/Send inquiries to: email@example.comAudio production by Stephan Sanchez.Send inquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.orgEmail your questions and comments to email@example.com. Join the discussion about the podcast, the Air Force, officership, and the Profession of Arms at https://www.airforceofficerpodcast.com/.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AirForceOfficerPodcast/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/airforceofficerpodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/afofficerpodReddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/afofficerpodShare your officer stories of all flavors using #shootthewatch.
In today's Audio Episode #735 of the "Digital Pratik Reloaded, "Digital Pratik Connect with me on my other social accounts for more contextual content, offers & updates: My NFT: https://opensea.io/collection/jorrparivar Twitter: https://twitter.com/digitalpartik YouTube: https://digitalpratik.com/youtube Gujju YouTube: https://bit.ly/gujjudpyt LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/digitalpartik Facebook: https://facebook.com/digitalpartik
It is better to be prepared and not have an opportunity than to have an opportunity and not be prepared. In this Expert Insight Interview, we welcome Ravi Hutheesing, singer-songwriter and cultural diplomat serving the US Department of State.
ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE SEAFARING PROFESSION, BE IT EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS, MYTHS, TRAINING AND MORE.. IN CONVERSATION WITH WITH CAPTAIN GAURAV MISHRA --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hira-mehta/message
Calli is Legal Counsel at Foxtel Group, working across the FOX SPORTS Australia, Kayo Sports, BINGE, Flash and Foxtel brands. She advises the sports content and production, sales, partnerships, digital product and marketing teams, and was a key stakeholder supporting the build and launch of Flash, BINGE, Kayo Freebies and Pay-Per-View on Kayo. Calli was named the 'Rising Star of the Year - In House' and 'In House Lawyer of the Year' at the Lawyers Weekly - Women In Law Awards 2021. Calli was also a Finalist across multiple categories in the Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards, Corporate Counsel Awards and 30 Under 30 Awards in 2021. Calli has proudly served as Chair of the CAMLA Young Lawyers Committee in 2020 and 2021. Connect with Calli: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/callitsipidis/ Connect with Mel: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/theinhouselawyer/ Counsel Podcast page on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/counsel-podcast Instagram: @theinhouselawyer www.counselpodcast.com for more resources and episodes ~~~ Thank you to Markster for supporting this episode. Visit markster.com.au or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you to InCounsel for supporting this episode too. Visit incounsel.com.au. ~~~
Love or hate the policy decision — speaking, teaching, and breathing just became physically easier for exhausted educators across North America. Welcome to SPARKS: mini-segments intended to spark your thinking and ignite your practice. These short episodes are based on my written reflections, which you can find on the Teachers on Fire Magazine at Medium.com. Read the blog post featured in this episode at https://medium.com/teachers-on-fire/two-years-later-a-breath-of-fresh-air-for-a-pounded-profession-f75ac74964b2. My name is Tim Cavey, and I'm proud to contribute to the education conversation through the Teachers on Fire podcast. Make sure to connect with me @TeachersOnFire on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook to catch more from me and hear from amazing educators who are bringing growth and transformation to K-12 education today. CONNECT with ME On Twitter @TeachersOnFire (https://twitter.com/TeachersOnFire) On Instagram @TeachersOnFire (https://www.instagram.com/teachersonfire/) On Facebook @TeachersOnFire (https://www.facebook.com/TeachersOnFire/) On YouTube @Teachers On Fire (https://www.youtube.com/c/teachersonfire) On Voxer @TeachersOnFire (https://web.voxer.com/u/teachersonfire) On LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/timwcavey/ Visit the home of Teachers on Fire at https://teachersonfire.net/. SONG TRACK CREDIT Dude by Patrick Patrikios New Year by Bad Snacks Turtle Time by Verified Picasso Steps by Anno Domini Beats Fast and Run by Nico Staf *All songs retrieved from the YouTube Audio Library at https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/teachersonfire/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/teachersonfire/support
On this episode, Jake and Gino interview Steven Pressfield. Steven delivers a guide to inspire and support those who struggle to express their creativity. Pressfield believes that “resistance” is the greatest enemy, and he offers many unique and helpful ways to overcome it. Steven is an internationally bestselling author of The War of Art, Do the Work, The Warrior Ethos and the international bestselling novels, The Legend of Bagger Vance, Gates of Fire, Tides of War, Last of the Amazons, The Virtues of War, The Afghan Campaign, Killing Rommel, and The Profession. Key Insights: 00:00 Introduction 03:19 How resistance holds us back 06:35 Your fruits are your roots 08:22 What keeps you going 10:07 What does it mean to stay stupid 12:40 How to overcome the fear 16:37 Facing your dreams makes your addiction go away 20:32 The difference is the habit 23:52 Once you plunge in, resistance goes away 28:15 Go for the bigger idea than the small one 30:00 The smart voice 35:11 Overcoming resistance 38:30 Wrap-up To know more about Steven's initiatives visit https://stevenpressfield.com/ Attend our Live Events: https://jakeandgino.com/live-events/ About Jake & Gino Jake & Gino are multifamily investors, operators, and mentors who have created a vertically integrated real estate company that controls over $175,000,000 in assets under management. They have created the Jake & Gino community to teach others their three-step framework: Buy Right, Finance Right and Manage Right®, and to become multifamily entrepreneurs. Subscribe to this channel: https://ytube.io/3McA Sign up for free training: https://jakeandgino.mykajabi.com/freetraining The resources you need to succeed at every level of apartment investing: https://jakeandgino.com/resources/ Apply for Mentorship: https://jakeandgino.com/apply/ #realestate #multifamilyrealestate #multifamilyinvesting #investing #apartmentinvesting Jake & Gino Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jakeandgino/ Jake & Gino Twitter: https://twitter.com/JakeandGino Jake & Gino Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/jake-and-gino-llc/ Jake & Gino Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jakeandgino/ More ways to engage with the Jake & Gino Investor Community: MM5: https://jakeandgino.com/mm5/ Rand Cares: https://jakeandgino.com/randcares/ Henson Flooring: https://www.greatertennessee.com/ The 100 Year Real Estate Investor: https://www.dualassetstrategy.com Austin Preview Event: https://jakeandgino.mykajabi.com/offers/9aGHWvat Register for our Closers Club 5 Webinar (March 8, 2022): https://bityl.co/Azfn
At five years old, Phil's goal was to hear his name called at the MLB draft. Since then, he has been on a mission to learn, improve and prove he belonged. As a starting third baseman at Longwood, he batted .386 and set school records for career hits (256) and sacrifice flies (22) among other hitting accolades. After two years in the St. Louis Cardinals chain, Cerreto earned his Doctor of Pharmacy and now practices while managing store operations with Walgreens in the Richmond area.
On this episode, Art and Katie discuss a question from a financially struggling teacher. She wonders if quitting her current job and jumping into a higher paying profession is the right move for her. Resources mentioned:Find More Money | Buy it here: https://www.artrainer.com/find-more-moneyThe Essential Emergency Binder | Buy it here: https://www.artrainer.com/essential-emergency-binderEpisode Sponsor:Most churches struggle to get people to give. SecureGive has created a system that helps churches increase giving so their ministry is funded to reach their community. SecureGive helps churches increase giving in 3 ways: software that makes giving easy, a custom growth strategy, and ongoing stewardship resources. They stand out by offering a real ministry partnership, the most cost-effective solution with the lowest processing rates, and the most comprehensive giving platform available. Use the code 'RAINER20' to get 20% off your first year! Learn more here: https://www.securegive.com/
This week Sally Penni MBE is Talking Law with Daniel Winterfeldt. Daniel is a Managing Director and the General Counsel for EMEA and Asia at Jefferies. He is a senior corporate and securities lawyer with over 22 years of experience in London and New York. Daniel reveals what it was like arriving in London as an openly gay man at a time when sexuality was not discussed, and how his experiences led to him starting the Interlaw Diversity Forum as an LGBT+ network for legal professionals. Daniel also reveals some of the findings of the Model Diversity Survey and explores how the legal profession could adapt to be more inclusive, diverse and attune to societal issues. This episode is supported by Interlaw Diversity Forum. Presented by Sally Penni MBE, barrister at law at Kenworthy's Chambers Manchester and founder and chair of Women in the Law UK. Follow Sally on Twitter @SallyPenni1 Find us on LinkedIn or at WomenInTheLawUK.com
In today's episode, Jamie and Ana speak with Craig Lemoine, director of the Financial Planning Program at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and creator of the first-of-its-kind Agriculture Focused Financial Planning designation. Before joining the University of Illinois, Craig helped create and teach professional designations at The American College of Financial Services. You can find show notes and other information at CarsonGroup.com/Framework.
Are you thinking about leaving the teaching profession? According to Forbes.com 48% of teachers admitted that they had considered quitting teaching within the last 30 days. Of that number, 34% said they were thinking about leaving the teaching profession entirely. What do you need to think about before you make the decision to transition out of the classroom? Today I'm going to give you a checklist of the first 5 things you should do immediately to set yourself up for success in your transition out of the classroom. Join Classroom to Boardroom: https://www.educators2educators.com/classroom-to-boardroom People to follow on LinkedIn: Carrie Conover, podcast host Mark Dallmann M.Ed is now a Curriculum Coordinator at The University of Minnesota. Amy DeLair, MAT is now working to spread the word about Canva for Education. Dave Slamer went from principal to K-12 Education Partnership Manager at Discovery Education. Meredith Newlin is a national speaker at The Transformed Teacher. Amber Gantt took a position with Netragard, Inc - Penetration Testing Company. Karen Sommerhauser, M.Ed. is now a Business Development Representative at Discovery Education. Stacey Carpenito is now a Business Development Representative at Discovery Education. Laura Henderson is using her passion for math in a new Account Executive role at Origo Education. Haley Marcoux, M. Ed landed a new position at Verkada. Chelsea Moore is a Project Manager with Texas Education Agency. Jessica Seiler went from teacher to Onboarding Coach, Otus Marjorie Stahl is a Customer Success Manager at Skill Struck Olivia Louwagie is an Education Specialist at Scholastic Jaime Ann Sanborn, MLIS Ann Sanborn went from teacher to Instructional Designer at Percepta Bethany Cathey transitioned from teacher to Education Program Manager at Dell Technologies Anne Fussichen went from teacher to Customer Success Manager at 101edu Allison Mosele lept from teacher to Customer Success Advocate at Lumen Technologies
Colin and 1st Lt Haley McClain Hill discuss how Air Force officers are busy, but some can still find time for a side hustle. The knowledge and experience gained can be applied back to the profession of arms or even provide options for work upon leaving the Air Force.Contact and follow Haley on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iam_haleymarie/Music provided by Carlos Rivera. Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/carlos_r15/Send inquiries to: email@example.comAudio production by Stephan Sanchez.Send inquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.orgEmail your questions and comments to email@example.com. Join the discussion about the podcast, the Air Force, officership, and the Profession of Arms at https://www.airforceofficerpodcast.com/.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AirForceOfficerPodcast/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/airforceofficerpodcast/Twitter: https://twitter.com/afofficerpodReddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/afofficerpodShare your officer stories of all flavors using #shootthewatch.
As I finished the final house calls of my long career in general practice, it struck me how detached I am from my patients now – and that it was not always like this. Where did we go wrong, and what can we do to fix it? By Clare Gerada. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/longreadpod
It's a pleasure to have Remi Warren on the podcast again. Remi is someone I have always looked up to for a few reason. Remi is about as true to character as anyone I have met. He also has the ability to be 100% true to himself which is more rare than one would think. […] The post EP 544: Remi Warren, How I Turned my Passion into my Profession appeared first on The Rich Outdoors.
In this episode, we bring in two guests to discuss the impact of professional advocacy and resulting professional advancements in the state of Illinois. These guests were the front-line agents of advocacy which resulted in pharmacists' ability to prescribe hormonal contraceptives for patients in Illinois (HB 135). We take a deep dive into their efforts to make this change possible, how it will impact patient care, and its implications on possibilities for further advancement of the pharmacy profession all the while highlighting the importance of professional advocacy.