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durée : 00:06:02 - Camille passe au vert - par : Camille Crosnier - Connaissez-vous l'archéologie galactique ? Une spécialité de l'astrophysique qui étudie les étoiles pour comprendre la formation de notre galaxie, la Voie lactée, et par extension celle de tout l'Univers… Alejandra Recio-Blanco y travaille, à l'Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur.
Bobby Butler joins Michael Volkov on this episode of Corruption, Crime and Compliance, to explore the evolution of compliance over 20 years. While enforcement actions sparked major progress, Bobby contends compliance is moving firmly into the realm of competitive advantage and performance multiplier. Millennials and younger generations ‘vote with their feet', demanding ethical cultures, so compliance may increasingly drive talent retention as well. Bobby Butler has over 20 years of experience building world-class ethics and compliance programs. In his early career, he investigated export control issues and quickly became passionate about compliance. Known for his persistence and commitment to finding solutions, he is a pioneer who helped elevate compliance from an ad hoc function to a strategic asset.You'll hear Michael and Bobby discuss:In the early 2000s, compliance programs were sparked by reactions to major DOJ enforcements rather than proactive investments. Companies finally dedicated ample resources when faced with "shock and awe" consequences.Bobby got his start investigating export controls issues at Conoco after unlawful server exports to Syria. He quickly became passionate about trade compliance and then FCPA compliance during the explosion of enforcements in the mid-2000s.Working at ground zero compliance teams at Vetco and Baker Hughes during monitorships gave Bobby deep experience with elements of gold standard compliance programs long before codified evaluation criteria.Bobby argues justifying significant resources without an enforcement action catalyst remains extremely challenging. Compliance fights for a seat at the table and has to insert compliance considerations into business meetings. Persistence and consistency in messaging are critical for credibility and influence as a compliance officer. Strong yet flexible personalities tend to thrive compared to introverts.Compliance has to focus on finding creative solutions to enable opportunities: frame compliance as a competitive advantage and performance multiplier.Tactics Bobby used to persuade executives include tying bonuses to compliance training completion, positioning compliance in sales materials and constant insertion into business meetings.The compliance skill set has grown into a dedicated career path with specialized education channels, not just a secondary legal role. Bobby sees government enforcements continuing to increase given complex technologies and geopolitics.KEY QUOTES“...we have to find ways for the business to grow. We've got to be sitting there at the table with them thinking of solutions. The more brain power you put at problem solving and doing it in a compliant way, that's how you build trust with people.” - Bobby Butler“And every day that goes by, when there's not a compliance issue and you can certify that controls have passed and the elements are there and you have outside counsel come in and do an assessment of your program and you continuously improve and each day goes by and you don't have an issue. Well, there's another positive impact to the investment and the return on shareholder value and more importantly, the company brand.” - Bobby Butler“...we're out there preaching the good news that compliance can be a good thing. Because at the end of the day, when the company does get in trouble, compliance sets policy, sets voluntary boundaries where the law sets mandatory boundaries.” - Bobby ButlerResourcesBobby Butler on LinkedIn
From November 7, 2015: Last week, George Washington University and the CIA co-hosted an event entitled Ethos and Profession of Intelligence. As part of the conference, Kenneth Wainstein moderated a conversation between CIA General Counsel Caroline Krass, Orin Kerr, and Benjamin Wittes on Bridging 20th Century Law and 21st Century Intelligence, a panel which we now present in full. What new legal questions are raised by rapidly evolving technologies and how do those questions interact with existing national security law? In response to these changes, how can the United States strike a balance between privacy, security and the economic imperatives driving innovation? The panel addresses these critical issues and more.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode of the Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast, our guest Katie Sutton, a physical therapist assistant (PTA) and educator, discusses the importance of the PTA profession and the challenges it currently faces. She highlights the need for more PTAs due to a decrease in applications and an increasing number of PTAs leaving the profession. Katie also shares her motivation for starting the PTA Plus Podcast, which aims to showcase the diverse roles and opportunities available to PTAs. She emphasizes the need for PTAs to explore different career paths and advance their knowledge and skills through certifications and specialized training. Katie believes that PTAs play a crucial role in healthcare and encourages individuals interested in the profession to gain firsthand experience and understand the various settings and responsibilities of PTAs.Key Takeaways:- The PTA profession is important due to a decrease in applications and an increasing number of PTAs leaving the profession.- PTAs should explore different career paths and seek certifications and specialized training to advance their knowledge and skills.- PTAs have diverse roles and opportunities beyond the traditional outpatient setting.- Gaining firsthand experience and understanding the responsibilities of PTAs is crucial for individuals interested in the profession.Listen to the PTA+ Podcast on: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pta-physical-therapist-assistant/id1691712028Feel free to reach out to Katie Sutton at:https://www.instagram.com/pta_plus/https://www.facebook.com/people/PTA-Podcast/100093326902910/Special thanks to both our sponsors, The NPTE Final Frontier, and Varela Financial! If you are taking the NPTE or are teaching those about to take the NPTE, visit the NPTE FInal Frontier at www.NPTEFF.com and use code "HET" for 10% off all purchases at the website...and BREAKING NEWS!!!! They now have an OCS review option as well... You're welcome! You can also reach out to them on Instagram @npteff If you're a PT and you have student loan debt, you gotta talk to these guys. What makes them unique is that they view financial planning as like running hurdles on a track. And for PTs, the first hurdle many of us run into is student loan debt. Varela Financial will help you get over that hurdle. They not only take the time to explain to you which plans you individually qualify for and how those plans work, but they ALSO take the time to show you what YOUR individual case looks like mapped out within each option. So if you're looking for help on your student loan debt, or any area of your personal finances, we highly recommend working with them. You can check out Varela Financial out at varelafinancial.com. Feel free to reach out to us at: http://healthcareeducationtransformationpodcast.com/ https://www.facebook.com/HETPodcast https://twitter.com/HETpodcast Instagram: @hetpodcast @dawnbrown_pt @pteducator @dawnmagnusson31 @farleyschweighart @mail.in.stew.art @ujima_institute For more information on how we can optimize and standardize healthcare education and delivery, subscribe to the Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.
Happy Thanksgiving! 感恩节快乐！现在就到 flywithlily.com/30 参加我们的30日挑战，让Lily做你一整年的生活、商业、和英语教练！Day 8: What relationships make your life feel rich and full?第八天：你生命中的什么关系让你觉得最丰富？Hello. You're listening to Fly with Lily. I'm your new friend Mish, originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, and I'm currently on the Spanish island of Ibiza because this is where I work with some of my clients. By profession, I'm an energy coach, and in my free time, I love hanging out with friends, traveling, seeing new places, and keeping fit through a gym regime or hiking. My dream is to help as many people raise their vibration through exposure to my work so they can move out of a life of chaos and into a life of synchronicity. Today, I'll be answering the question posed by Lily: what relationships make you feel rich and full? Well, that was pretty easy for me. It's the relationship I have with myself because by focusing on the ways that I can evolve as a person, that I am specifically looking at how to raise my vibration, I get to create and live the life I've always wanted. So that's it, really. Thanks so much for listening, and I'm sending you many good vibes.你好。你正在收听《学英语环游世界》。我是你的新朋友Mish，原籍南非约翰内斯堡，目前在西班牙的伊比沙岛工作。我的职业是一名能量教练，在业余时间，我喜欢与朋友一起度过时间，旅行，探索新地方，并通过健身或徒步保持健康。我的梦想是通过我的工作帮助尽可能多的人提升他们的能量频率，使他们摆脱混乱的生活，过上一种同步的生活。今天，我将回答莉莉提出的一个问题：什么样的关系让你感到充实和富有？嗯，这对我来说相当容易。那就是我与自己的关系，因为通过专注于我作为一个人可以如何进化，我特别关注如何提升我的能量频率，我得以创造并过上我一直想要的生活。就是这样，非常感谢你的聆听，我送给你许多好的能量。单词记忆：1.Vibration (振动) - 快速的粒子或波的振动。2.Synchronicity (同步性) - 事件同时发生，看似有关联但无明显因果关系。3.Regime (体制) - 做某事的系统化或有组织的模式。4.Evolve (进化) - 逐渐发展，特别是从简单到复杂的形式。5.Exposure (曝露) - 暴露于与某物接触的状态。6.Chaos (混乱) - 完全的无秩序和混乱。7.Relationship (关系) - 两个或更多人或事物之间的联系方式，或相互联系的状态。8.Profession (职业) - 有薪的职业，尤其是涉及长时间培训和正式资格的一种。9.Hiking (徒步旅行) - 进行长时间步行的活动，尤其是穿越乡村地区。10.Johannesburg (约翰内斯堡) - 南非的一个城市。Mish 的簡介：Michelle Cachucho - Energy Coach & Integrator.Website - www.riseupin.loveInsta - @rise.upinlove
durée : 00:08:14 - La Question du jour - par : Marguerite Catton - Dans les coulisses de la fabrique de l'information dans les pays étrangers et à plus forte raison en temps de guerre, œuvrent les fixeurs. A la fois journalistes, chauffeurs, et traducteurs, retour sur cette profession à part que beaucoup embrassent dans l'urgence des conflits. - invités : Yashar Fazylov fixeur de Radio France en Ukraine
durée : 02:29:33 - Les Matins - par : Guillaume Erner - . - invités : Géraldine Muhlmann Journaliste et productrice de l'émission "Avec philosophie" sur France Culture; Anna Colin Lebedev Maîtresse de conférences à Paris Nanterre, spécialiste de l'Ukraine et de la Russie post-soviétique
In this episode of veterinary vitals, we spoke with Drs. Chad Harris and Tracy McAdoo at Southwest Veterinary Symposium in September about the Texas Veterinary Medical Foundation. Dr. Harris, the TVMF Board of Trustees President since 2017, handed over the gavel to Dr. McAdoo this year. Listen in as we uncover the hidden potential of TVMF and where the organization is headed in 2024.Support the show
The Entrepreneurial You: Episode 333 - Sales Mastery Unleashed: Insights from Jarrod Best-MitchellOver the past 17 years, my next guest has been successful in B2B & B2C sales for companies such as Digicel, DHL, Nokia, Microsoft, and Samsung. Since 2019, he has trained hundreds of sales professionals in the Insurance, Finance, FMCG, Real Estate, Media, and Telecoms industries. In addition, he co-founded the only Sales Conference in the Caribbean, Sales as a Profession. He was recognized internationally by Sales-Enablement companies such as Skaled.com as one of LinkedIn's top content creators and social sellers. He was recently invited to write a chapter in Daniel Disney's best-selling book, "The Ultimate LinkedIn Messaging Guide," about the use of video in Sales. Let's make welcome Jarrod Best-Mitchell.Contact: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jarrodbestmitchell/www.jarrodbestmitchell.comThank you to Jarrod Best-Mitchell for sharing his wealth of knowledge and experience in the sales world. Remember, the journey to sales mastery is a continuous evolution. Stay inspired, keep refining your skills, and tune in for more episodes as we nurture your entrepreneurial spirit, and remember that your journey to success is uniquely yours. For more information, visit our website at henekawatkisporter.com. You'll find show notes and links related to today's episode. Connect with us on social media too! We're active on Heneka Watkis-Porter. Affirm with me: Every step I take towards financial education is a stride towards a brighter future. I've got the power to shape my wealth journey. I will keep learning, growing, and investing in myself! Until next time, stay curious, healthy, and tuned to The Entrepreneurial You podcast.Affirm with me: I embrace the spirit of sales mastery within me. I am a catalyst for growth, a shaper of relationships, and a relentless learner in the dynamic sales world. Each interaction is an opportunity to make a positive impact. Believe in my potential, trust the process, and watch your success unfold. I've got this!Keep up with me:https://www.facebook.com/henekawatkisporter/ https://twitter.com/TheEntrepYou https://www.instagram.com/heneka_watkis_porter/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/henekawatkisporter/ https://youtube.com/user/Heneka2010 https://www.tiktok.com/@theentrepreneurialyou?_t=8WskBZHzO0T&_r=1 https://www.henekawatkisporter.com/teypodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-entrepreneurial-you/message
In this episode, we sit down with Lindsey Duguet. Lindsey isn't just a real estate investor, she's also a doctor of medicine, bringing a unique perspective to both fields. Join us as Lindsey shares her journey into the world of real estate investment, discussing the challenges, successes, and lessons she's learned along the way. From co-owning Duguet Estates to navigating the of the medical profession. She is also a real estate investing coach who help sother individuals with tther real estate investment portfolios. Listen in to find out the various real estate investing tips and tricks.
Our next FLASHBACK Episode in our TOP TWENTY Countdown is the great Amanda Waters, CAA of Del Norte H.S. in California. Amanda has been on the podcast a couple of times and this interview has been downloaded well over 300 time! Take a listen - from summer of 2022 - to one of the BEST in our Profession! THIS is The Educational AD Podcast! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/educational-ad-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/educational-ad-podcast/support
People tend to define themselves according to the outside world. We try to "be" something or someone, pursuing the ideas we and others have made up about ourselves, and react to events and people. The Principles show us we are guided by our spiritual power of Thought and, when we have peace of mind, by the quiet wisdom beyond our personal knowledge. Once we find stillness of our own minds, we act with the certainty, strength, and confidence wisdom brings. We fearlessly follow opportunities life presents us. We are at ease. We gain the perspective that allows us to understand others, and find peace with differences, rather than fighting for the illusions of our own thinking.Support the show
What Is the One Thing NEW Hypnotists Need to Do to Be Successful? How Would Cal Get His Practice Going If He Was A New Hypnotist? Cal Predicts the FUTURE of the Hypnosis Profession! “Quick Shortcut Menu” Special Announcements Before the Video… Click These Links… Get Info about Cal's Live In-Classroom & Online Training Schedule!
This week, the episode chat is with Dr. Tiffany Quinn, a lifelong learner whose life journey has been nothing short of a mission. Beyond her roles as a master social worker and community activist, Dr. Quinn is a dedicated writer and researcher. She is committed to helping others through trials to triumph. Her new book, "Unseen Hero's: Stories from Trial to Triumph in the Social Work Profession," is driven by her personal journey. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/drannettepublishingpusher/support
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Quick Take - (Full Episode - #83 - Link Below to Full Episode) We have an excellent discussion that will ring true to any professionals who are looking to recapture their time from the grueling hours put into a W-2 job. Welcome Dr. Pranay Parikh, a practicing physician who is also helping doctors build generational wealth through real estate. Dr. Parikh understands the grueling demands of a high-stress profession such as medicine - the years of education, the sacrifices through one's 20's and 30's to build a career while assuming mountains of debt, and the actual demands of the job. Many doctors dream of being more present with their families, and Dr. Parikh educates his peers on how to establish wealth for the next generation, and practice medicine on their own terms. Dr. Parikh is a medical doctor, serial entrepreneur, online course creator, and podcast host. His unconventional journey to medicine helped him learn the skills to excel in entrepreneurship and help hundreds of physicians gain financial security and control of their own time. The concepts that we discussed in this episode ring true for people in high-paying professions that required years of education and thousands of dollars of student loans- medicine, attorneys, business professionals, and many more. In this episode, we discussed: - Addressing the unique challenges that medical professionals have when starting with real estate investing - What revelations that Pranay had that brought him into real estate investing. - How does being a medical doctor fit in with the FIRE movement? - What are some of the advantages that medical professionals have in the space of entrepreneurship? - Building a team and the opportunities that abound when networking with professionals in other fields - Starting a podcast and building an indwelling audience before figuring out the ultimate direction of a venture - Tips for real estate professionals to make a connection with doctors and other professionals :: Link to Full Episode - https://youtu.be/K5pEH0hUOiA Where you can find Pranay: LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/pranay-parikh/ Website - https://pranayparikh.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pranayparikhmd Ascent Equity Group - https://ascentequitygroup.com/ From MD to Entrepreneur Podcast - https://www.frommd.com/ Join Jason Muth and Attorney / Broker Rory Gill of NextHome Titletown and UrbanVillage Legal in Boston, Massachusetts for another episode of The Real Estate Law Podcast! #realestatepodcast #nexthome #humansoverhouses #realestate #realestatelaw #realestateinvesting #realestateinvestor #realestateagent #financialfreedom #entrepreneurship #passiveincome #entrepreneurship #timemanagement #impostersyndrome #firemovement #financialindependence _____________________ Follow us! Following and subscribing to The Real Estate Law Podcast not only ensures that you'll get instant updates whenever we release a new episode, but it also helps us reach more people who could benefit from the valuable content that we provide. The Real Estate Law Podcast on Instagram and YouTube NextHome Titletown Real Estate on Facebook and LinkedIn Straightforward Short-Term Rentals on Instagram Attorney Rory Gill on LinkedIn Jason Muth on LinkedIn Help us Spread the Word If you've found our podcast helpful, entertaining, or informative, please consider leaving us a rating and review. It only takes a minute and can make a huge difference in helping us reach more listeners. Hospitality.FM The Real Estate Law Podcast is part of Hospitality.FM, a podcast network dedicated to bringing the best hospitality-focused podcasts to those in and around the industry, from Food + Beverage, Guest Experience, Diversity & Inclusion, Tech, Operations, Hotels, Vacation Rentals, Real Estate Law, and so much more!
Despite the critical role educators play in shaping our young people, the teaching profession in the U.S. has been losing respect and admiration, with negative messages perpetuating an unflattering and incomplete image of a viable and impactful profession. Increasing teacher diversity is a critical component in the effort to elevate the teaching profession. This EDTalk features Dr. Rose Chu from Elevate Teaching, part of a state-funded teacher recruitment campaign and movement to shift how we view and talk about the teaching profession to include the profound impact teachers have in our society. Dr. Chu is, among other things, professor emerita of Urban Education at Metropolitan State University; former assistant commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Education; founder and president of Plum Blossom Strategy LLC, and the visionary and project lead for Elevate Teaching. This EDTalk was recorded at Icehouse on November 13th, 2023. EDTalks is co-presented by Achieve Twin Cities and Graves Ventures, a project of the Graves Foundation. For more information on EDTalks or to watch EDTalks videos or listen to audio podcasts, visit http://www.achievetwincities.org.
Get ready to embark on a journey through the world of HR with our returning guest, Marc Miller, author of "Immortal HR: The Death and Resurrection of Miss HR Job." Does the idea of HR becoming immortal intrigue you? We're here to unravel it with Marc, who shares his insights on HR's indispensable role during the COVID-19 pandemic and how the profession had to embrace technology to keep workforces safe.Hold tight as we explore the changing landscape of HR in the age of technology. How has COVID-19 impacted HR? How can AI facilitate or hinder workplace dynamics? Marc enlightens us on these questions as we delve into the rise of social movements in workplaces, the importance of identifying key workers, and the potential pitfalls of AI. He uses the Workday vs. Mobley lawsuit as a case study to dissect the biases embedded in AI algorithms, highlighting an often overlooked but critical aspect of technology in HR. Navigating a multigenerational workforce is another challenge in the modern workplace. How can HR leverage technology to manage talent? Mark shares his thoughts on this, emphasizing the significance of understanding different generations and staying agile. And as we wrap up, Marc revisits the Workday vs. Mobley lawsuit and how it holds implications for HR departments. Join us in this episode of the Rebel HR podcast, where we pull back the curtain on the intricate relationship between HR and technology with Marc Miller.Support the showRebel HR is a podcast for HR professionals and leaders of people who are ready to make some disruption in the world of work. Please connect to continue the conversation! https://twitter.com/rebelhrguyhttps://www.facebook.com/rebelhrpodcasthttp://www.kyleroed.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/kyle-roed/
Mita Malhotra is the President of Chewy's dedicated healthcare vertical, Chewy Health. Chewy Health is committed to improving the lives of pets and the people who work tirelessly to care for them. The brand is proactively responding to challenges facing the veterinary industry by bringing technology solutions forward that modernize the continuum of care and collectively empower pet parents and veterinary partners to better care of pets. Mita joined Chewy in 2018 to build Chewy Pharmacy, which is now America's #1 pet pharmacy. The brand has since experienced transformative growth with strategic launches that include: Practice Hub, a B2B platform where veterinarians can prescribe and fulfill medications directly on Chewy.com and earn revenue throughout the process; Chewy's in-house compounding pharmacy; Connect with a Vet, an industry-leading tele-triage service where pet parents can connect with licensed veterinary professionals on demand; and CarePlus, an exclusive suite of pet insurance and wellness plans. Mita is a seasoned leader who brings more than 15 years of retail and e-commerce experience to Chewy. She has a proven track record of leading teams to success and growth. Prior to Chewy, Mita was a Category Leader at Amazon for its owned devices and accessories business. Prior to that, she spent eight years at Dell where she oversaw the company's Consumer PC division. Mita holds a Master's degree from UC Berkeley in Engineering and a B.E. from Punjab Engineering College. Outside of the office, Mita enjoys spending time with her family including her beloved Shih Tzu.
There are more than five million nurses in the U.S. and a survey shows nearly a third of them are thinking of quitting. That would be a devastating blow for patients and hospitals. William Brangham reports on efforts to turn the tide for our series, Critical Care: The Future of Nursing, in collaboration with the Global Health Reporting Center and with support from the Pulitzer Center. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Why do you have to take the LSAT to get into law school? Is the modern Bar Exam the best way to protect the public and sort bar admission applicants? Why is the law school curriculum designed the way that it is? What does it mean to have the character and fitness to be a lawyer? Many lawyers take for granted that the answers to these questions are settled. The assumption is that these institutions help us select only the best and the brightest to enter the legal profession. In this episode of the City Bar Podcast, two academic experts help us probe those assumptions. They unpack the history, structure and outcomes of these institutions of selection. And they tease out the many interconnected ways in which the status quo functionally excludes people from underrepresented communities from entering the legal profession. Tune in to learn about: • How standardized tests that claim to predict law school success sort significantly based on economic class and race. • How the Bar Exam still in use today has historical roots in purposeful exclusion. • How Black and Latinx students get less financial aid and more debt on their paths through law school. • How legal education is largely set up to benefit people who come in knowing something about the law and “legal culture,” to the detriment of first-generation lawyers. • How character and fitness standards have historically largely reflected the bigotry and biases of the era. • How the legal profession can begin to reverse course and make these institutions work to include more people with the motivation, intelligence, skills, talent and commitment to becoming a lawyer. Resources: Sealing the Leaks: Recommendations to Diversify and Strengthen the Pipeline to the Legal Profession: https://bit.ly/3I1eNFS The Diversity Gap: Black and Latinx Representation Disparities in the Legal Pipeline: https://bit.ly/3ssibFP Building Belonging Podcast: https://apple.co/3SAgnp6 Radical Reformation: Diverse Pathways to Attorney Licensure Will Yield a More Diverse Profession: https://bit.ly/460jNEw Professor Carla Pratt's Book – The End of the Pipeline: A Journey of Recognition for African Americans Entering the Legal Profession: https://bityl.co/LqhD Professor Joan Howarth's Book – Shaping the Bar: The Future of Attorney Licensing: https://bityl.co/LqhC College Admissions Tests and Socioeconomic/Racial Discrimination: https://bityl.co/Lqf4 Robert J. Steinberg's Study of Admissions Testing Efficacy: https://bit.ly/3u7nATc Examining the California Cut Score: An Empirical Analysis of Minimum Competency, Public Protection, Disparate Impact, and National Standards: https://bityl.co/Lqf6 Building a Better Bar: The Twelve Building Blocks of Minimum Competence: https://bit.ly/40xrd15 Final Report of the Testing Task Force for the NexGen Bar Exam: https://bit.ly/3QPNZ0B Lawyer Licensing Resources: Exploring Ways to License Lawyers Now and in the Future: https://bit.ly/469xb9p Access a transcript of this episode here: https://bit.ly/40wHKCa
Agar passion ho toh aap office boy se Bollywood tak ka rasta teh kar sakte hai! Aaj Kahaani issi ki hai.In the world of cinema, a plethora of opportunities unfolds, inviting countless people to earn an honest livelihood. Behind the curtains, a symphony of diverse talents come together, crafting tales that touch the very heart of humanity and inspire the world at large. In today's episode of 'The Billion Dreams' you will meet someone who has played a very critical role behind the camera for almost 20 years now but has made his debut in front of the screen for the very first time. We are delighted to introduce Mr. Sandeep Soyane who has been actively involved in the 'teleprompter' business which is an integral part of motion filming. Sandeep's journey is truly motivating and holds a testimony to the fact that if one has the desire to learn then there is no limit to his growth and success. Harish Bhimani, a true veteran and a name revered in the media industry is a renowned Indian voiceover artist, writer, and anchor who is best known as the voice of Samay (Time), the narrator of the iconic television series Mahabharat. Sandeep's journey started as an office boy in Mr. Harish Bhimani's office who played the role of a mentor in his life. A small incident made Sandeep take up driving lessons followed by video editing, dubbing, sound design to finally handling teleprompter, his journey has been a rollercoaster of relentless learning. It's been 2 decades since Sandeep ventured into the field of teleprompting and there has been no turning back for him ever since. Sandeep's desire to learn and grow has resulted in his success and the fact that he has travelled across many countries right from America to Malaysia owing to his teleprompter business. Today Sandeep is an entrepreneur who is training and guiding many young professionals under his wing and he aptly boasts of owing some of the best-in-class teleprompters that are used in some of the leading television shows like Shark Tank India, Kon Honar Crorepati, live music concerts, award shows, and big production houses.Meeting someone like Sandeep, who has scaled remarkable heights of success purely through an unwavering thirst for knowledge and personal growth, is undeniably inspiring and truly motivating.If Sandeep's story touched your heart, kindly show your love by giving this episode a big LIKE. If you'd like us to share more stories of hard work and passion, please share your thoughts in the comments. Don't forget to share it with your loved ones. Until next time, keep dreaming big, my friends, because that's the recipe for success!Alshukran Bandhu,Alshukran Zindagi.----Topics :1:03 - Who is Sandeep?1:35 - How the journey started?5:12 - Opportunities through Teleprompter Business6:25 - Working on The Most Popular Reality TV Shows 6:43 - Sandeep's opinion & experience working in the film industry7:02 - Challenges faced in his Profession 8:08 - Best-in-Class Services offered by Sandeep9:35 - You won't believe how the 1st teleprompter operated!11:05 - Why he insisted we call him "Teleprompter Sandeep"----Follow Sandeep Soyane: https://instagram.com/sandeepsoyaneAshish Vidyarthi: https://instagram.com/ashishvidyarthi1#FilmIndustry #Bollywood #Mumbai #CityofDreams #StrugglesofMumbai #tipsforactors #Filmindustry #Howtobecomeanactor #Hindi #Movie #AshishVidyarthi #Motivation #motivationalvideos #motivational #Inspiration #AshishVidyarthiLatest #IndianActor #MovieActor #bollywood
durée : 00:58:25 - Le Cours de l'histoire - par : Xavier Mauduit - Depuis 1853, les diplomates français se succèdent au Quai d'Orsay. La fonction se professionnalise et s'ouvre aux roturiers au XIXème siècle. Comment la fonction de diplomate, aux valeurs et codes aristocratiques, s'est-elle professionnalisée et “républicanisée” ? - invités : Yves Bruley Maître de conférences en histoire de la diplomatie au XIXe siècle à l'EPHE, correspondant de l'Institut de France; Isabelle Dasque Maître de conférences en histoire contemporaine à Sorbonne Université
Tamay Jentjens ist u.a. bekannt durch seinen YouTube Kanal mit dem er Menschen dabei hilft sich wieder mit Ihrem Body&Mind zu verbinden.Sein eigener Wunsch einen Weg in die Schmerzfreiheit zu finden und sich endlich lebendig zu fühlen, hat ihn zum bekannten Mobility Coach werden lassen. Mittlerweile unterrichtet er neben Beweglichkeit & Schmerzfreiheit über unsere komplexen emotionalen und psychosomatischen Zustände, da wir als multidimensionale Wesen unsere Erinnerungen genauso im Körper speichern wie im Verstand. "Freiheit, Lebendigkeit und Fülle sind Ausdruck eines vollständigen körperlichen, geistigen und emotionalen Lebens." Es gibt einen bunten und offenen Dialog zwischen zwei Kollegen, die sich auf den eigenen Weg gemacht haben herauszufinden was sie in Ihrem Leben blockiert, um dadurch ihre aktuelle Profession zu finden und nun anderen Menschen damit helfen zu können. Welchen Zusammenhang gibt es zwischen Emotionen wie Angst und verbundenen körperlichen Schmerzen? Was lehrt uns die bioenergetische Analyse über die Verbindung zwischen unserer Körperhaltung und unserer Entwicklungsgeschichte? Wie schaffen wir es körperliche Blockaden am besten aufzulösen? Unsere eigenen Learnings im YouTube und Podcast Game Den Impact seiner Psilocybin und Ayahuasca Erfahrung auf sein Leben Selbstregulation und neue Strukturerfahrungen um alte Erfahrungswerte zu überschreiben uvw. --------------------------------------- Ich freue mich wenn du eine positive Bewertung da lässt und den Podcast mit Freunden teilst. Um jede Woche die neuesten Folgen und Updates per Mail zu erhalten, melde dich gerne beim Newsletter an. --------------------------------------- Mobility Coaching mit Tamay: https://tamay-jentjens.com Sein YouTube Kanal --------------------------------------- Hier findest du mehr über meine Arbeit: Retreats & Newsletter: http://www.essentiya.com Einzelbegleitung und Coaching: https://www.alexanderfaubel.com Instagram: @alex_faubel @psychedelische_retreats
Curious about how internships and community support play a vital role in the whiskey industry? Join Kerry Moynahan in the first episode of this eye-opening two part special, where she sits down with Ian Brooks, Olivia Babiec, and Justin Rivera to discuss the importance of internships and giving back to the community. From sharing stories about their own experiences to the benefits they've witnessed firsthand, Kerry and her guests shed light on the value of internships and the positive impact they can have on individuals and the industry as a whole. If you're interested in whiskey and sustainability, this episode is a must-watch. Get ready to be inspired and learn how internships and community support are transforming the whiskey landscape. Don't miss out on this enlightening conversation – click play now! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/barrel-room-chronicles/message
As we move towards the end of 2023, and after the major conferences of the year, it seemed like a good time to reflect on the state of the profession. Gwen Hassan, Deputy Chief Compliance Officer at Unisys and host of the #HiddenTraffic podcast, and Kim Yapchai, member of the Board of Directors for DirectWomen and former Senior Vice President, Chief Environmental, Social and Governance Officer at Tenneco joined Ellen Hunt and Lisa Fine talk about where the ethics and compliance profession has been, where we are today, and where we are going. They discuss what makes them optimistic, and what gives them pause. The Great Women in Compliance Podcast is on the Compliance Podcast Network with a selection of other Compliance-related offerings. GWIC is also sponsored by Corporate Compliance Insights, where we have a page where you can hear every episode. If you are enjoying this episode, please rate it and/or provide a review. Corporate Compliance Insights is a much-appreciated sponsor and supporter of GWIC, including affiliate organization CCI Press publishing the related book; “Sending the Elevator Back Down, What We've Learned from Great Women in Compliance” (CCI Press, 2020). If you enjoyed the book, the GWIC team would be very grateful if you would consider rating it on Goodreads and Amazon and leaving a short review. Don't forget to send the elevator back down by passing on your copy to someone who you think might enjoy reading it when you're done, or if you can't bear parting with your copy, consider it as a holiday or appreciation gift for someone in Compliance who deserves a treat. If you enjoyed the book, the GWIC team would be very grateful if you would consider rating it on Goodreads and Amazon and leaving a short review. Don't forget to send the elevator back down by passing on your copy to someone who you think might enjoy reading it when you're done, or if you can't bear parting with your copy, consider it as a holiday or appreciation gift for someone in Compliance who deserves a treat. You can subscribe to the Great Women in Compliance podcast on any podcast player by searching for it and we welcome new subscribers to our podcast. Join the Great Women in Compliance community on LinkedIn here.
Have you felt lost in your path as a PT or wondered what your next step is? Are you uncertain about your future as a PT and want to know what's possible to reignite your passion for the profession? In this episode, I outline what lies ahead in the PT profession and simple things you can do to be in control of your own journey. If you're a sports PT and want to stay motivated in the career you love, you need to tune into this episode. Enjoy! ________________________________________ Are you a physical therapist or physiotherapist looking for tips, tools, and strategies to work with more athletes, become a sports specialist or get a job in a sports setting...so you can finally enjoy the career that you've always dreamed of? If so, you're in the right place...this podcast is for you. Your host is Dr. Chris Garcia, a physical therapist, business owner, entrepreneur, nationally recognized public speaker, and residency-trained sports specialist. Dr. Chris Garcia, PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS, USAW has worked in professional sports and traveled around the world working with elite athletes throughout his career, and he's learned a lot of lessons along the way. He created this podcast to share his experiences and give you everything you need to know to help YOU become a successful clinician. Dr. Chris Garcia talks about everything from sports rehab and injury prevention to developing athletic performance and the path to getting your dream job...even if it is in professional sports. If you want to become a successful clinician so you can finally enjoy the career you've always dreamed of, visit www.DrChrisGarcia.com. LINKS: www.DrChrisGarcia.com www.Instagram.com/ChrisGarciaDPT www.Facebook.com/ChrisGarciaDPT ***DISCLAIMER: This content is for educational & informational use only and & does not constitute medical advice. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice or medical recommendations, diagnosis, or treatment. Please consult with a qualified medical professional for proper evaluation & treatment, or beginning any exercises or activity in this content. Chris Garcia Academy, Inc. and The Sports PT Academy Podcast are not responsible for any harm caused by the use of this content.***
How much does faith play a role in your professional life? Do you ever feel like you separate your “Christian self” from your “work self”? The endeavor to unite our relationship with Jesus with all aspects of life is an ongoing, imperfect, but vital journey to go on. Today, I had an incredibly insightful conversation with Lane Grindle, the play-by-play announcer for the Milwaukee Brewers, who shared his approach to balancing his career in sports broadcasting with his faith and family life. Lane underscores the importance of daily prayer, weekly confession, and faith-related conversations with his spouse as essential practices. He openly acknowledges his imperfections and emphasizes the significance of making a consistent effort to nurture his faith over time. Here are four key takeaways from this episode: * Discover the profound impact of daily prayer and how it can ground you, providing some perspective in the face of a busy schedule. * Learn how the practice of weekly confession can serve as a valuable reset button for spiritual clarity and focus. * Understand the significance of sharing your faith journey with your spouse and how it can strengthen your marriage. * Gain insights into the power of making holy decisions in everyday life, fostering a more fulfilling and purpose-driven path. Lane Grindle's experiences and wisdom will inspire you to explore the intersection of faith and the challenges of a demanding career. For more practical advice and experiences from real people sharing their mission with the world, go to https://equip.archomaha.org/podcast/. A Production of the Archdiocese of Omaha Editor: Taylor Schroll (ForteCatholic.com)
Welcome to Hope for the Caregiver here on American Family Radio. This is Peter Rosenberger. This is the program for you as a family caregiver, healthy caregivers, make better caregivers. How are you doing today? What's going on with you? If you're not a caregiver, you're going to get something out of the program, but I'm not here for you. I'm here for those who are willingly without pay, putting themselves between a chronically impaired loved one and even worse disaster. They're doing it without training. A lot of times with very limited resources. And a lot of times they're doing it while they're absolutely worn slam out. And this program is for that individual. And if you are that individual, welcome. I am so glad that you are here. Hopeforthecaregiver.com. Hope for the caregivers, the conviction that we as caregivers can live a calmer, healthier, and Dare I say it, a more joyful life while serving as a family caregiver. Welcome to the program. Health, your health. We're in the flu season right now, and COVID notwithstanding, and I want to put that in its own category. We have normal, just wear and tear on our body. Of course, the whole point of this program is to help caregivers stay healthy. And a while back, I came up with this little reminder thing I do for help me, H-E-L-P-M-E, help me, health, emotions, lifestyle, profession, money, and endurance. Help me. And I come up with little tricks that I use to remind me of stuff simply because I have so many things cluttering my brain that I need to have simple things to help me remember stuff. And often times I'm in the middle of something and Gracie would ask me something and I'd say, hang on baby, I need my brain for just a moment. I have to kind of refocus and think because we get pulled in all kinds of different directions. And so I've come up with these simple things to help me remember where the main road is. And I call it a 1-2-30 program. I wrote this over 12 years ago. With our health, H-E-L-P helped me with our health and we may not be able to get through all of these today, but I thought it'd be a good time to revisit it now that we're going into the stressful season of the holidays and the flu and cold season and everything else. And I came up with something we can do as caregivers to help us stay strong and healthy while taking care of someone who is not. And I thought, okay, how about this? One annual flu shot. Now I know, and I'm going to call her out, Marianne, I know you don't want to get a flu shot. I know that. And that's okay. Some of you cannot handle a flu shot. I'm not talking about COVID shots. I'm just talking about the normal flu shot. My friend, Marianne, she'll get a big charge out of that. But I'm not talking about that. I'm talking about those of you who can get a flu shot. If there's not a medical reason why you cannot, Why Not Get One? That's an issue I just don't want to get into today. I do have my picture of Dr. Fauci right here. I'm just kidding. I don't, but I just, let's put COVID aside. Let's just talk about the normal flu. Let's get a flu shot. If you can, if you physically can get one, it's a good idea to get a flu shot. You're not going to not get the flu, but you're going to probably reduce the challenges of it and hopefully give yourself a little bit of an edge. Okay? And that's just my thing. One flu shot. Two well visits per year with your doctor. Just check in with your doc. Say, doc, look, I'm under an enormous amount of stress and I just want to check in with you. Get some lab work, maybe get some kind of, you know, just an assessment. If there's something going on, just have that communication. Don't wait for a year to find that you have high blood pressure or high cholesterol or your sugars are too high or things such as that. Why wait? Why wait for a year? Get two well visits per year with your doctor just to check in. Okay. It's just, that's all it is. You're just going to say, put some eyeballs on me. And when you're there, by the way, communicate with your doctor the level of stress that you live with. Okay. Cause if you're a caregiver, well, how many of you all know that being a caregiver often involves a lot of stress. Okay. And getting older with stress is not always a good thing. You know, I mean, we're all aging from what I understand, the aging rate in this country is a hundred percent. So you, you want to communicate with your doctor, honestly, the level of stress that you're under, and there are things that you can do to help balance that out and mitigate it. Certainly a lot of it is with proper diet and so forth, but let's just check you up, see where you are, okay? Let's find out before this turns into a problem. I just did this two weeks ago, and I got some lab work done. I was very pleased, by the way, to find out, and I haven't, we got this digital scale here in our home, and I've been weighing myself and being dismayed by the weight because I've thought for the longest time I kept a certain amount of weight And yeah, I've seen the fluctuation of five to seven pounds and I'd like to really drop quite a bit of weight. I mean, I mean, well, look, if you're ironing your shirt in the driveway, it's time to lose a few pounds, you know? And that's what I want. And I'm out here in the forest. I backed up to the forest and, you know, I went out there and the bears were hiding their food. I mean, that's when you know you got to lose a few pounds, OK? So I'm working on that. But I was pleased to know, to discover, that at the doctor's office when I weighed, our scale here at the house is 10 pounds off. So that was like, wow, you know, that was great. I was quite pleased with that. So I had no idea because I was getting a little bit dismayed. And every time I got on the scale, I would yell down at it, you liar, Or as Joe Biden would say, you lying dog face pony soldier, which that's, you do with that information what you will. But anyway, so I was pleased to know that the scale at my doctor's office was the accurate scale. It's one of those big ones you step on. It's got hand rails, you know, that kind of thing. And they are, I was, I was pleased to learn that 10 pounds were being attributed to me that were not mine. and that was very comforting. But I still want to get a little further down this road here and lose some weight. I'm hoping to do that. Oftentimes I'll lose weight during the holidays because it's a little bit stressful during the holidays. This holiday season, Gracie and I are going to be at the hospital. We're going to probably spend Christmas in the hospital. I'm planning on it, probably New Year's, probably her birthday, which is in January, maybe even Valentine's Day if it goes like it did last time. So I have no idea what we're dealing with Here's Welcome back. and sometimes I confiscate that and use that in my office as well so I can turn around and have my standing desk in front of me and then a hospital tray that I have for overflow and I'm always standing and moving and things such as that that's just something I do. But I also hope that while I'm with her at the hospital, I'll be staying across the street in a hotel. They have a workout room and maybe I'll get in some workout time. 30 minutes daily of some kind of physical activity. 1-2-30. A flu shot, two well visits, and 30 minutes daily of some kind of physical activity. Do you think you could do that? You think you could do that with me? And again, I don't want to get all the letters and calls about the flu shot. I'm just throwing that out there because it helps me. But do you think we could do that together? 1-2-30? 1-2-30. It's as easy as 1-2-30. I think we can. And that's a great place to launch our journey towards being a healthy caregiver and healthy caregivers make better caregivers. This is Peter Rosenberger. We got more. We'll be right back. Welcome back to Hope for the Caregiver. Hopeforthecaregiver.com. This is Peter Rosenberger. Glad to have you with us. We're talking about things that we can do to stay healthy. It's from something I wrote a long time ago for caregivers called HELPME. H-E-L-P-M-E. And those things stand for your health, your emotions, your lifestyle, your profession, your money, and your endurance. And I came up with this thing, a kind of I just kind of it was for me. It's just something easy for me 1-2-30 1-2-30 To remind ourselves and so in the last block we did for our health of 1-2-30 One flu shot, two well visits, 30 minutes of some kind of daily physical activity For your emotions and this is where it gets a little bit tricky. Now again, these are just broad things This is just something to kind of help you get started All right Nothing too complicated and it's not the gospel. So don't feel that you have to rush out and start doing these things right now or otherwise you're not going to be a very good caregiver. Just some place for us to get started because it's hard to know how to start sometimes. So how about this? For your emotions, one counseling visit with a trained mental health professional, one counseling visit per month. You may not be able to make it, may not be able to afford it, But why don't you set that as a goal, that you want to do that, for a season, until you feel like you kind of get solid ground under you. Now you're not going to have to do this in perpetuity, I don't think, I mean that's just my general assessment. You may, you may want to, and that's okay, there's nothing wrong with it. But until you kind of get yourself settled into this groove, particularly if you're just now entering into this caregiving world, a trained mental health professional could really be a lot of help to you. And you don't have to break the bank to do this. Psychiatrists are pretty expensive and you need probably a referral from your doctor for that. They're an MD. They're going to deal with multiple things going on with you physically and psychologically. Psychologists are PhDs and one of the things that they can do, besides offer therapy and counseling and so forth, is administer a variety of tests. Behavioral tests, intellectual tests, you know, for your IQ, for personality issues, all those kinds of things, they can do that, and I would, at some point, I would recommend doing it. I think it'd be a healthy exercise for you to have. I mean, it may cost you a little bit of money, so you don't have to, but sometimes it's good to know a little bit more about you and what makes you tick. There's an article at Psychology Today about knowing oneself. Five reasons why it's important to know who you are. And the more you know about yourself, the better you're going to be able to respond to things when they come. You're going to know what kind of triggers you. And I hate that that word's been so overused in our culture, but I was at a loss to come up with a new word on that. But what sparks you, what inflames you, what inspires you, all those kinds of things. The opposite of self-knowledge is ignorance, this article said. And one of the things that I do not want to do as a caregiver is if we're going to go through all this trouble to be who we are in this and to take care of somebody and to go through all these crises, I don't want to do it stupidly. I mean, I don't want to be ignorant in this thing. I want to see purpose and meaning and I want to see value. And more importantly, I want to see the hand of God in this. And I want to understand more. of Why do we get irritated when this happens? And these are things that we can explore in counseling, and particularly if you have somebody who has given you an assessment of your psychological makeup, of what you aspire to, what you cling to, what you run to, what you run away from, all those kinds of things. And you're not going to be able to be measured in your responses if you don't know who you are. To thine own self be true, Shakespeare said. Of course, that was probably not the right context. But also, I think, I don't know if it was Aristotle or Socrates or somebody came up with know thyself. And if you don't know who you are, then you're going to kind of flail around. So these things are important to work out in a counseling situation. Again, you don't have to spend enormous amount of time and money doing this. And you can get into what I call navel gazing. My father gave me that term navel gazing. where we just become so preoccupied with the minutia of our life. We're looking at our belly button, navel casing, and you don't want to do that. The purpose is to learn so that you can better serve, to learn about you so that you could better care for someone else and be more measured in how you live your life in this high stress environment. If you are flailing around, there's a reason for it. What is that reason? Well, I don't know. And you may not know either. But in a counseling situation with a trained professional, you may be able to explore that more in depth and safely in a controlled environment with a counselor who can guide you through these things, and then give you the tools and the vocabulary to better respond to the things that are Weighing heavy on your heart, stressing you out, hooking you, all those kinds of things to help you have the tools for this. But it starts with knowing who you are. And you may have to sit down with a professional for that. And I recommend that. Done that, been there, done that. You know, I've been raised by a pack of therapists. You think I could do this for nearly 40 years without having some professional help in my life? Are you kidding me? Anybody that says they could will lie about other things too. All right, so spend some time with a therapist, maybe once a month. You don't have to do it again in perpetuity. Just sit down with a trained mental health counselor and get some help. And it could be a licensed clinical social worker. My brother's one. I call him up periodically. You know how I pay him? In beef jerky. We have the best beef jerky out here. So I call him up and say, look, Jimmy, I need to run this by you. And I'll send him beef jerky. So it's a, which by the way, is pretty expensive. It turns out to be about 30 bucks a pound. So that's 1-2-30. That's just wrong. But anyway, no, I don't have to make a big production about it. But I am convinced that every one of us as caregivers would benefit from a trained mental health provider. And vet them first. You know, make sure you don't get somebody right out of the counselor factory that doesn't have any kind of experience. That's not where you want to start. Get somebody who's been around a bit and can speak with clarity into your situation. They may not have enough experience as a caregiver to be able to speak to this issue. Let my book and this program help with that issue. I'll help you with that part. But they can help with other things for you to know who you are. Okay, so then that's one counseling visit a month, two support groups a month, two support groups a month. Now you may not be able to find a caregiver support group per se in your area. Here in Montana where I live, I've started one and I've prototyped this and I'm hoping to take this nationally and I feel that I will. 1-2-30 If you've got somebody in your family that's an addict or an alcoholic, there are al-anon programs that you can go to pretty much everywhere. It may not be the exact language that speaks directly to your situation, but you're still wrestling with something you can't control, and now you're sitting in a room full of other people who are wrestling with something they can't control, and you're learning coping skills on how to do that. And that's very healthy for you. So I'd recommend that. So one, counseling. Two, support groups. They're not going to fix your problem, by the way, and your loved one is not necessarily your problem, okay? Your problem is your problem. You are your own problem. We're all going to have things in our lives that are going to stress us out or are going to cause us discomfort. How we respond to those things is on us. And the more we learn about ourselves and the more we learn how to better cope with these issues and get the vocabulary and the tools The more calmer and healthier our life will become. And that's the goal, is it not? So it's about strengthening you, strengthening me, so that we can better navigate through these challenges. Because these challenges aren't going to necessarily go away anytime soon. But our abilities to handle them can improve with proper help. So you get one counseling per month, two support groups per month. If you can make it, just set us a goal. Again, this is, I'm not putting religion on you about this. I'm, this is not law. I'm not codifying this. I just want you to be able to have some kind of plan to aim for. And then I'd like for you to look at 30 days in church per year. You think, well, Peter, I go to church every week. Well, some of us do. Some of us can't. And so we shoot for that. Let's shoot for that. That averages out to just over two Sundays a month. Why is it important? First off, we need to be part of a community. Scripture also commands us to do not forsake the assembling thereof of the brethren. Don't forsake this. We need to be in community to meet. We also need to hear the gospel preached to us. Now, make sure you pick a church that preaches the gospel. You know, if they're concerned about pronouns and gender issues, how about giving them a wide berth and going to a more biblically based church where you can hear the gospel preached with clarity so that you can draw strength from scriptures and the hearing of the word. and apply it to your life, but you're also in a community of believers who may not be able to speak to you on your level, they may not be able to understand what you're going through, and that's okay, but you're still involved with people of faith who are trusting God with their challenges, their journey, collectively, and coming together to worship God collectively. And it's really important that you worship God collectively. Sing the hymns. Participate in Sunday school. Listen to the word preached. Get involved in a small group if they have it. If you can go. You don't have to put these huge legalistic demands on yourself. Just participate. It's good for your emotional health. It's good for my emotional health to not forsake the assembling of the brethren. 1-2-30 These are helpful things to provide us with the vocabulary and the tools that are so needed for us to be able to traverse through this caregiving journey that we're on with less drama, more peace, more stability, more calmness, more confidence. We can do this. This is Peter Rosenberger. This is Hope for the Caregiver. We'll talk more when we come back. Don't go away. Welcome back to Hope for the Caregiver, this is Peter Rosenberger. This is the program for you as a family caregiver. More than 65 million Americans right now are putting themselves between a chronically impaired loved one and even worse disaster. Are you that person? If so, glad you're here. Hope for the Caregiver We've been plowing through this 1-2-30 thing I did for Health, Emotions, Lifestyle, Profession, Money, and Endurance. Speaking of health, I'm having a difficult time breathing and So we plowed through health, which was a flu shot a year, two well visits a year with your doctor, 30 minutes of some kind of daily physical activity. Again, I'm not going to hold you to it if you have medical reasons or spiritual reasons or psychological reasons why you don't want a flu shot. This is not law. This is just suggestions. And then counseling, one visit a month, two support groups, and 30 days in church. Again, being a part of community. Now we come to the L in help me. L for lifestyle, not the song. L is for the way you do. No, I'm not. It's not that. It's lifestyle. So what about lifestyle? Well, you know, we've talked about this on the program. We lose our independence and we become isolated as caregivers. So we've got to push back on that. And I thought, okay, how does the 1-2-30 approach go for that? Well, do one thing for yourself every week. One thing. One thing. You say, well, Peter, I can't do that. You don't understand my circumstances. Oh, really? You're telling me this? Really? Yeah, I do. And yes, you can. And yes, I do. Whether, in my case, as some of you see on my Facebook post and in our group and so forth, I'll get out on a horse. That's something I do for me. Winter's here. We just had eight inches of snow and it got down to minus four. Now we're having second fall, then second winter will be coming shortly. Then we'll have third fall, then third winter. That Montana weather is pretty weird. However, I get out on a horse. Something I do for me. That's my time. I kill actually two birds with one stone on that, or as Chuck Norris does it, kills two stones with one bird. But we do something for ourselves once a week. And what is that for you? Maybe it's just taking time to read a book. Maybe it's fixing a dessert that you like. A meal that you like. Sitting down at the piano, picking up a guitar. I got a friend of mine who locks himself in his office and plays his guitar. And he's been caregiving for his wife as long as I have, for 37 plus years. And that's how he does it for himself. He just, he loves to play his guitar. And he has that quiet time where he does something for himself at least once a week. Well, you can do that. We can all do that. Something. It doesn't have to be major. It's not like you're going to go to Vegas or anything. I mean, unless that's something you really want to do. I can't think of a worse punishment than to go to Vegas, but different strokes. So, I mean, some people have asked me over the years, I've had several people ask me, wouldn't you love to go on a cruise? And I'm like, are you kidding me? No, I don't want to go on a cruise. I've been on a cruise and I'm not doing it again. I do not wish to do that. I don't want to be trapped on a boat with, you know, that many people. being demanding and needy. That's just not, that does not sound like fun to me. And I told you all, I think I told you all this. If I ever feel like going on a cruise again, I'm going to go buy an Hawaiian shirt and then go to the Golden Corral because it's pretty much the same experience and same people. And I'm not doing it anymore. So it's that, but different strokes, whatever you want, do something for you. Okay. If you don't have a lot of money, Well, you know what? The library is filled with books. Do something for you. One thing every week. Something for you. You can do that. Number two. If you do one thing for you, two weeks of annual vacation from being a caregiver. Now this is going to require some creativity. Because most of us can't take two weeks straight off. I can't. But I could take a day and a half a month. Maybe not all at one time. Again, maybe I have to take a half a day three times. Maybe a quarter of a day, you know, six times. But that's two weeks. But you can carve out some time. And, you know, we'll just have to be creative. But that's the goal, is to give yourself that break from it. Okay. That's important. And you don't have to do anything exciting on that vacation. You could have a, you know, go to McDonald's and sit there and read the paper vacation. If people do need to still read the paper, but there are a lot of creative ways we could do it, but shoot to have that, make that a goal to have that time off where you disconnect. And if you have to get somebody to sit with them for four hours and you do that several times a month, Okay. Make it happen. All right. But that's the goal. And then this is the fun one. 30 minutes daily with something humorous. 30 minutes daily with something humorous. Okay. Watch something that's funny. Watch something that makes you laugh. Read something that's funny, that makes you laugh. There's plenty of stuff out there. You could pull up everything from Andy Griffith to, you know, Seinfeld to whatever. I don't care. I love stand-up comedians. I love them. And probably my favorite is Rodney Tatcherfield. I'll tell you, I'm doing okay this week, but last week was rough. 1-2-30 and I'll do that and I'll get on a tear and I'll have him laughing then I'll start laughing and we'll do that for you know 30 minute phone call and and I'll just start firing them off you know Rodney would say I know I was an ugly child when I was born the doctors told my parents I'm sorry we did all we could but he pulled through you know every Halloween I was dressed as is you know I go to McDonald's, they told me I didn't deserve a break. I met the Surgeon General, he offered me a cigarette. And he just had so many of these one-liners. Somebody put a clip of like 100 one-liners of Ronnie. And I just watched that until I was just belly laughing. That's very healthy for us as caregivers. I don't know what makes you laugh. I mean, there's so much comedy out there. Please take advantage of it. Read it. Watch it. Immerse yourself in it for 30 minutes. Okay? 30 minutes a day. Make yourself laugh. Watch something that will make you laugh. Okay? You can still watch Andy Griffith these days, and it's still funny. It still holds up. And people say, well, everything's so raunchy. No, there's plenty of stuff out there that's not. I'll prove it to you. You ready? I'll prove this to you. Picture in your mind the Carol Burnett show where they did went with the wind and she comes down the stairs with that dress with the curtain rod. You know, you're laughing because that was, I mean, everybody just went wild over that. It says, Oh, it was a little something I saw in the window. That was 50 years ago, close to it. And it's still funny. And it still gets a chuckle. Every time. And some of you can remember the first time you saw it and you just fell on the floor you were laughing so hard. We need that. You gotta laugh. You have got to laugh. Okay? It's so important for us to do that. So that's it. One thing for yourself each week. And some of you can combine some of these. Maybe your thing is to watch a funny show. Okay, well, you've done it. Two weeks annual vacation from being a caregiver. You may have to split it up into hours, but that's okay. 30 minutes a day, something funny. Okay. Something funny. Just make yourself laugh. I mean, think about it. How many of you all think that Gracie needs to laugh? She has a hard life. I'm not kidding you all. She has a very difficult life and she needs to laugh. Now I've made her cry plenty of times, I know that, but I make her laugh. And I remember, it was actually Kathleen Gifford told her that. She looked at Gracie and she said, you married him because he makes you laugh, didn't you? And she said, well, when he's not making me cry. She laughed about that. Gracie needs to laugh. She was a very serious young woman when I met her. Here's what It's going to get loud, it's going to get ridiculous, there's going to be a lot of laughing. Dad would make sure it didn't descend into madness. But, and my sister, she's the baby, she's the worst. I mean, she speaks better sarcasm than the rest of us. And we laugh and cut up. There was a period of time during my journey as a caregiver where I lost that because I was so beaten down. I was so heavy with this stuff. And I remember the first joke I told after a pretty dark stretch. And my mother congratulated me on clawing my way back to humor. I get my sense of humor from my mother. Who Is Mom will jump right into the arena. I mean, she'll, she'll go a couple rounds with you. And that's the whole point of it is just to have that fun and laugh. And I learned that it was okay to laugh in this. And I learned that it was okay to have a sense of humor. Not only okay, it's imperative. We've got to learn to laugh as caregivers. Why is that important? Well, first off, laughter pushes back against the overwhelming pressures that we deal with, and we realize that our hearts can be lighter primarily, not as a defense mechanism, but primarily because of the gospel, that this is not the end of the story, and that life is worth living, life is worth enjoying, embracing, so we laugh. So do something for you, take some vacation and learn to laugh. This is Peter Rosenberger and this is Hope for the Caregiver. We'll be right back. Welcome back to Hope for the Caregiver, this is Peter Rosenberger. This is the program for you as a family caregiver. Glad to have you with us. We're going through this whole concept of learning to find a plan to be healthy. Health doesn't come accidentally. You have to be intentional about it. So I'm giving you a couple of guidelines of something I came up with a long time ago, and I thought it may be helpful to you today as we go into this kind of high stress, high sickness time of year with flus and everything else. So we're plowing through the word HELP, H-E-L-P, I want to spend a little time in the profession because many of us have to work as caregivers. I'm not retired. I work for myself now, but for many years I had to go to a job that was a bit challenging, particularly when the schedule requires your presence there. It's not like we worked from home for those years. That didn't come about until many years later. And so I thought about these things that as professionals, because many of you are working, and what can we do to be healthier as we work and sometimes in demanding jobs while serving as caregivers? And I thought, okay, let's go through the 1-2-30 program with that. You know, we did 1-2-30 for everything. Everybody can remember 1-2-30. So I thought, how about one training class per year to learn new skills, to improve yourself, to improve your marketability as an employee, as somebody in the marketplace. Now you may be self-employed, you may be doing your own thing, but, and again, these are just guidelines, this is just something to suggest. But I think that we benefit greatly from learning a new skill every year. Taking an online course in something. Maybe it's just learning how to do better stuff with your computer. Maybe it's learning how to do more stuff with web design. Or maybe it's learning how to improve yourself. If you're a welder, maybe you need to learn how to be an aluminum welder. You know, maybe, because aluminum welding is quite an art. Maybe you can improve something about yourself in your field or in a field that you wish you could be in. You're not going to get it all in one day. It's not required. But you're pushing yourself a little bit to learn. You're pushing yourself to grow and make yourself more marketable, more valuable in the workplace. Zig Ziglar once said a long time ago, this is back when Troy Aikman was quarterbacking the Dallas Cowboys and Zig Ziglar was a huge fan of the Dallas Cowboys. And he said to the audience there, he said, imagine if you will, the horrific event that the Dallas Cowboys folded. He said, I know it's staggering to even think such a thing. But he said, imagine if you, if you will, that the Dallas Cowboys folded and all those football players were looking for a job. He said, how long do you think Troy Aikman would be out of a job? And this is, this is 30 something years ago when he said this or close to it. And that always stuck with me, because the more valuable you are, the faster you can advance your own career and be able to deal with the setbacks if a company has layoffs or things such as that, because you are a marketable person, even as a caregiver. I think it's really important for us to remember that we as caregivers are, for many employers, we're their dream employee. We're high-functioning, multitaskers, we're resourceful, we can do a lot on a little. We have become incredibly adaptive. We've had to learn things that are way outside of our comfort zone and do things way outside of our comfort zone. So these are things that are worthy of noticing. And the more skills that you have, the more marketable skills you have, the less chance your world will be rocked by instability in the marketplace. This is the problem we have in our culture right now. We've got a lot of kids who've gone to college and they've got majors in lesbian Chinese art history, you know, that they've paid just insane amount of money for that are worthless. They can't do anything. And so they want their student loans forgiven and they want to have this and this. There's this real entitlement, whatever. You see it all in the news. It's just a mess. These students were sold a bill of goods, and they were taken to the cleaners. Well, we as a country are taken to the cleaners. If you notice, the schools are not taking a hit. They just pass it on to the taxpayer. But that's a different conversation. But the point is, these kids have no marketable skills. They don't have anything that they can use to get out there and provide for themselves. This is why I love what Mike Rowe does with all of the trade schools and the things that he's pushing with that, because that's where you can start making some really good money. We're always going to need people who can do stuff. What about us as caregivers? Are we, is our entire financial ecosystem, our entire profession contingent on the goodwill or the stability of one company? I would rather have it be contingent on my ability to hustle and get out there and be valuable in order to earn a paycheck. And that's what I did for years. And I made myself valuable and I kept learning and I still do. I still take online courses. I am pushing myself always to learn and to develop a new skill. And I'm not going out looking for a job at this point in my life. I have a path that I'm on. But that desire to never stop learning and learning new skills is deep within me. And I want to push myself to do that. So that's something we can do every year as a caregiver. And you say, well, Peter, I can't do that. You don't know how difficult my life is as a caregiver. Oh, I bet I could imagine. You know, come on, this is me you're talking to. Yes, I do. But we can learn something. Even if it's a cooking class, you can learn something and push yourself to learn something. Again, this is not legalism. This is just suggestions pointing you in the right direction. So 1-2-30. So one training class per year. Now, if you're working for someone, they're always going to give you an annual evaluation. That's just part of the corporate world. Why not ask for a second one? So what? It's informal. It doesn't have to be part of your formal one, but it could just be a conversation with your supervisor, with your boss, with your employer to just say, look, how am I doing? How are things going? What are you, what are you pleased with that I'm doing? What are some things that you'd like to see me do differently? Can you imagine what that would do to an employer to have an employee like that? That's that proactive about their own status in the company? and then use that as an opportunity to share with your employer. Look, I'm struggling as a caregiver. I have a lot of challenges on me, but I want to give a fair day's work to you. I want to make sure that you're happy with my performance. Don't wait for a year. A lot can happen in a year. It's like waiting for a year to find out if you've got high blood pressure. A lot can happen in that year. I came up with the three F's on that. F as in be forthright with your employer. Let them know what's going on. You don't have to give them all the gruesome details, but just let them know, hey, I've got this going on, but I wanted you to know and just have a forthright conversation. Give a fair day's work for pay. Make sure that they feel like they're getting their money's worth out of you and more. You know, you really give the best you have on the job. and then ask for flexibility. Don't ask for that first until you're forthright and give a fair day's work. But a lot of companies will be flexible with you. They'll be understanding if they don't feel like you're taking advantage of them. People need good workers right now. They really do. So be that good worker and then work around with flexibility because you're going to have, if you're covering a shift for somebody or you're covering the sales floor or whatever it is you're doing, nursing, whatever, you can't just keep depending on your coworkers to bail you out when you have an emergency. You're going to have to show that you can put your shoulder to the wheel as well. And that's important for us as caregivers to know that, to do that. And so be forthright, give a fair day's work, and then ask for flexibility. You never know what may happen. They may say, you know, if the workday starts at 8 to 4 or 8 to 5, they may say, you know what, if you want to come in at 7 to 3, if that helps you, that, you know, you never know. The answer is always no, T, ask. 1-2-30 Always give more. Scripture teaches this, and this is the way we should be as Christians. And then the third thing, the 30, one training class, one new skill, two performance meetings with your supervisor. One can just be informal, just have a cup of coffee and have a conversation, and then 30 minutes daily away from your desk or phone during office hours. Okay, get away from the place. 30 minutes. You're entitled to at least a 30-minute lunch. Get away from your phone. Get away from the desk. Just go clear your head. Go for a walk. Go sit on an apartment. Whatever. Just get away from it. That's something you can do in your profession. That's all I was able to get to today was the help part. Health, emotions, lifestyle, profession. How about we talk about money and endurance next time? That's helped me. But 1-2-30. You can break down a lot of the stress points for us as caregivers with just those three things. 1, 2, and 30. And it'll just help us carve out a little bit of a This is Peter Rosenberger. There's more at HopeForTheCaregiver.com. We'll see you next time. Welcome to Hope for the Caregiver here on American Family Radio. This is Peter Rosenberger. This is the program for you as a family caregiver, healthy caregivers, make better caregivers. How are you doing today? What's going on with you? If you're not a caregiver, you're going to get something out of the program, but I'm not here for you. I'm here for those who are willingly without pay, putting themselves between a chronically impaired loved one and even worse disaster. They're doing it without training. A lot of times with very limited resources. And a lot of times they're doing it while they're absolutely worn slam out. And this program is for that individual. And if you are that individual, welcome. I am so glad that you are here. Hopeforthecaregiver.com. Hope for the caregivers, the conviction that we as caregivers can live a calmer, healthier, and Dare I say it, a more joyful life while serving as a family caregiver. Welcome to the program. Health, your health. We're in the flu season right now, and COVID notwithstanding, and I want to put that in its own category. We have normal, just wear and tear on our body. Of course, the whole point of this program is to help caregivers stay healthy. And a while back, I came up with this little reminder thing I do for help me, H-E-L-P-M-E, help me, health, emotions, lifestyle, profession, money, and endurance. Help me. And I come up with little tricks that I use to remind me of stuff simply because I have so many things cluttering my brain that I need to have simple things to help me remember stuff. And often times I'm in the middle of something and Gracie would ask me something and I'd say, hang on baby, I need my brain for just a moment. I have to kind of refocus and think because we get pulled in all kinds of different directions. And so I've come up with these simple things to help me remember where the main road is. And I call it a 1-2-30 program. I wrote this over 12 years ago. With our health, H-E-L-P helped me with our health and we may not be able to get through all of these today, but I thought it'd be a good time to revisit it now that we're going into the stressful season of the holidays and the flu and cold season and everything else. And I came up with something we can do as caregivers to help us stay strong and healthy while taking care of someone who is not. And I thought, okay, how about this? One annual flu shot. Now I know, and I'm going to call her out, Marianne, I know you don't want to get a flu shot. I know that. And that's okay. Some of you cannot handle a flu shot. I'm not talking about COVID shots. I'm just talking about the normal flu shot. My friend, Marianne, she'll get a big charge out of that. But I'm not talking about that. I'm talking about those of you who can get a flu shot. If there's not a medical reason why you cannot, Why Not Get One? That's an issue I just don't want to get into today. I do have my picture of Dr. Fauci right here. I'm just kidding. I don't, but I just, let's put COVID aside. Let's just talk about the normal flu. Let's get a flu shot. If you can, if you physically can get one, it's a good idea to get a flu shot. You're not going to not get the flu, but you're going to probably reduce the challenges of it and hopefully give yourself a little bit of an edge. Okay? And that's just my thing. One flu shot. Two well visits per year with your doctor. Just check in with your doc. Say, doc, look, I'm under an enormous amount of stress and I just want to check in with you. Get some lab work, maybe get some kind of, you know, just an assessment. If there's something going on, just have that communication. Don't wait for a year to find that you have high blood pressure or high cholesterol or your sugars are too high or things such as that. Why wait? Why wait for a year? Get two well visits per year with your doctor just to check in. Okay. It's just, that's all it is. You're just going to say, put some eyeballs on me. And when you're there, by the way, communicate with your doctor the level of stress that you live with. Okay. Cause if you're a caregiver, well, how many of you all know that being a caregiver often involves a lot of stress. Okay. And getting older with stress is not always a good thing. You know, I mean, we're all aging from what I understand, the aging rate in this country is a hundred percent. So you, you want to communicate with your doctor, honestly, the level of stress that you're under, and there are things that you can do to help balance that out and mitigate it. Certainly a lot of it is with proper diet and so forth, but let's just check you up, see where you are, okay? Let's find out before this turns into a problem. I just did this two weeks ago, and I got some lab work done. I was very pleased, by the way, to find out, and I haven't, we got this digital scale here in our home, and I've been weighing myself and being dismayed by the weight because I've thought for the longest time I kept a certain amount of weight And yeah, I've seen the fluctuation of five to seven pounds and I'd like to really drop quite a bit of weight. I mean, I mean, well, look, if you're ironing your shirt in the driveway, it's time to lose a few pounds, you know? And that's what I want. And I'm out here in the forest. I backed up to the forest and, you know, I went out there and the bears were hiding their food. I mean, that's when you know you got to lose a few pounds, OK? So I'm working on that. But I was pleased to know, to discover, that at the doctor's office when I weighed, our scale here at the house is 10 pounds off. So that was like, wow, you know, that was great. I was quite pleased with that. So I had no idea because I was getting a little bit dismayed. And every time I got on the scale, I would yell down at it, you liar, Or as Joe Biden would say, you lying dog face pony soldier, which that's, you do with that information what you will. But anyway, so I was pleased to know that the scale at my doctor's office was the accurate scale. It's one of those big ones you step on. It's got hand rails, you know, that kind of thing. And they are, I was, I was pleased to learn that 10 pounds were being attributed to me that were not mine. and that was very comforting. But I still want to get a little further down this road here and lose some weight. I'm hoping to do that. Oftentimes I'll lose weight during the holidays because it's a little bit stressful during the holidays. This holiday season, Gracie and I are going to be at the hospital. We're going to probably spend Christmas in the hospital. I'm planning on it, probably New Year's, probably her birthday, which is in January, maybe even Valentine's Day if it goes like it did last time. So I have no idea what we're dealing with Here's Welcome back. and sometimes I confiscate that and use that in my office as well so I can turn around and have my standing desk in front of me and then a hospital tray that I have for overflow and I'm always standing and moving and things such as that that's just something I do. But I also hope that while I'm with her at the hospital, I'll be staying across the street in a hotel. They have a workout room and maybe I'll get in some workout time. 30 minutes daily of some kind of physical activity. 1-2-30. A flu shot, two well visits, and 30 minutes daily of some kind of physical activity. Do you think you could do that? You think you could do that with me? And again, I don't want to get all the letters and calls about the flu shot. I'm just throwing that out there because it helps me. But do you think we could do that together? 1-2-30? 1-2-30. It's as easy as 1-2-30. I think we can. And that's a great place to launch our journey towards being a healthy caregiver and healthy caregivers make better caregivers. This is Peter Rosenberger. We got more. We'll be right back. Welcome back to Hope for the Caregiver. Hopeforthecaregiver.com. This is Peter Rosenberger. Glad to have you with us. We're talking about things that we can do to stay healthy. It's from something I wrote a long time ago for caregivers called HELPME. H-E-L-P-M-E. And those things stand for your health, your emotions, your lifestyle, your profession, your money, and your endurance. And I came up with this thing, a kind of I just kind of it was for me. It's just something easy for me 1-2-30 1-2-30 To remind ourselves and so in the last block we did for our health of 1-2-30 One flu shot, two well visits, 30 minutes of some kind of daily physical activity For your emotions and this is where it gets a little bit tricky. Now again, these are just broad things This is just something to kind of help you get started All right Nothing too complicated and it's not the gospel. So don't feel that you have to rush out and start doing these things right now or otherwise you're not going to be a very good caregiver. Just some place for us to get started because it's hard to know how to start sometimes. So how about this? For your emotions, one counseling visit with a trained mental health professional, one counseling visit per month. You may not be able to make it, may not be able to afford it, But why don't you set that as a goal, that you want to do that, for a season, until you feel like you kind of get solid ground under you. Now you're not going to have to do this in perpetuity, I don't think, I mean that's just my general assessment. You may, you may want to, and that's okay, there's nothing wrong with it. But until you kind of get yourself settled into this groove, particularly if you're just now entering into this caregiving world, a trained mental health professional could really be a lot of help to you. And you don't have to break the bank to do this. Psychiatrists are pretty expensive and you need probably a referral from your doctor for that. They're an MD. They're going to deal with multiple things going on with you physically and psychologically. Psychologists are PhDs and one of the things that they can do, besides offer therapy and counseling and so forth, is administer a variety of tests. Behavioral tests, intellectual tests, you know, for your IQ, for personality issues, all those kinds of things, they can do that, and I would, at some point, I would recommend doing it. I think it'd be a healthy exercise for you to have. I mean, it may cost you a little bit of money, so you don't have to, but som
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One of the most significant preconceptions that governs our lives revolves around our career trajectory. For the most part, the status quo typically involves us choosing a general career path in our twenties and sticking with it for the duration of working years. But not for all of us. Robert Markowitz was a practicing criminal lawyer who gave it all up and became a clown. He joins the podcast. Robert's book 'Clown Shoes' -https://www.amazon.ca/Clown-Shoes-Robert-Markowitz/dp/1956474307This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5432816/advertisement
Did you know some professions are more likely to have an affair? Does your make the list?Jon & Chantel's Radio Podcast is your daily dose of fun and entertainment. Your podcast shouldn't give you anxiety! Let Jon and Chantel make you laugh, share their life stories, and give you the trending topics of the day.
This is the second part of our interview with Dr. Frank Eychaner, Director of Choral Activities at the University of Central Arkansas. Frank discusses ways that music educators can continue to renew themselves and take the right steps toward staying mentally and physically healthy.SHOW NOTES:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YN5d9JsMyLhfWAAqFzbLtsp9GTcaozJH/view?usp=sharingConnect with Frank and the UCA ChoirsEmail: email@example.comWebsite: https://uca.edu/music/choir/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MusicUCA/Listen to the UTPB choir perform "Shockachi!"https://youtu.be/EcRDWBJQjR0?si=vt4plizcEzLCYgrFWant a free piece of music for your ensemble to perform? Join Christian's mailing list!https://www.christianfortnermusic.com/mailings
On this episode of Our Curious Amalgam podcast - a special collaboration with the Antitrust Law Section's Women.Connected Committee - we explore the prevalence of sexual harassment in the legal profession, why it persists, and the damage it causes. With expert insight from Jane Pigott, we learn why sexual harassment isn't just a women's issue, discuss the consequences for the organizations and individuals involved, and highlight available resources and tool kits as well as what else we can do as a community to implement changes going forward. Tune in to learn more and to be part of the effort to end this pressing issue. With special guest: Jane Pigott, R3 Group LLC Related Links: Women Lawyers on Guard, Still Broken: Sexual Harassment and Misconduct in the Legal Profession IBA, Bullying and Sexual Harassment in the Legal Profession National Women's Law Center, #metoowhatnext: Strengthening Workplace Sexual Harassment Protections and Accountability Harvard Business Review, Why Sexual Harassment Programs Backfire And What to Do About it ABA Commission on Women in the Profession, Zero Tolerance Program Toolkit Forbes, ‘What Was He Thinking?' Inside The Mind Of A Sexual Harasser Hosted by: Jana Seidl, Baker Botts LLP and Kellie Kemp, Co-Chair of Women.Connected
durée : 00:29:50 - Les Pieds sur terre - par : Sonia Kronlund - Brice est un hacker éthique : avec un ami, il a trouvé une faille majeure dans le système “cloud provider” de Microsoft. Clément, lui, a hacké sa banque et la plateforme sur laquelle il a acheté un cadeau de Noël à sa mère, pour 0,2% du prix légal. Par Fabienne Laumonier.
Whitney Hanson's vulnerable and authentic words have connected with thousands of readers around the globe. At 22 years old, she's already a published author and viral sensation on TikTok. Her next highly-anticipated project, 'Harmony' will be released on November 7th. Whitney and I sit down to discuss her journey, lessons learned, and tips for aspiring creators in this podcast. Highlights from our conversation: Whitney's unconventional journey as a poet Facing the fear of rejection to give your work a chance Writing from the heart and learning to forge your own direction Why everyone's art is worth sharing Enjoy!
Medical gaslighting has become a hot topic in human medicine. This week, we tackle the topic and debate whether or not it exists in veterinary practice. Hosts Dr. Ernie Ward and Beckie Mossor, RVT, examine the behaviors and attitudes that veterinary professionals need to be vigilant about to prevent unintentionally dismissing, discounting or discrediting their clients. Throughout this week's candid conversation, our hosts emphasize the importance of empathy, effective communication, and active listening, urging veterinary professionals to put themselves in their client's shoes and provide the best possible care. Dr. Ward also shares how he believes Artificial Intelligence (AI) may help physicians and veterinarians avoid medical gaslighting. Both hosts discuss why being open-minded when it comes to diagnosing patients and appreciative of pet owners' research, regardless of how accurate or applicable, is essential to providing optimal patient care. Stick around to the very end to hear Beckie tell an interesting (and hilarious) story from a recent conference where she presented. We love it when you tell us you listen to the podcast! Viewfinders, this is another emerging topic that needs more attention. Tell us your thoughts! @VeterinaryViewfinder or VeterinaryViewfinder@gmail.com