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Professional tracksuit wearer Dan Muggleton (@danmuggleton) is BACK with Milo (@milo_edwards) and Phoebe (@prhroy) to discuss wives and whether they give us happy lives, and also his most embarrassing pissing story. Full episode on Patreon for $3+ subscribers here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/68519388 Follow us on twitter @mastersofpod
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The Black Rasslin' Podcast celebrates Mimi's return with a special #BRPDropkickback! Listen as the squad attempts a AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door recap before diving into a discussion on John Cena's 20-year legacy, previewing this Saturday's WWE Money in the Bank premium live event, and much more! You know the routine; TAP TF IN every Thursday for 8:35 LIVE! If you aren't subscribed, rectify that! Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/_HqEmQdfEuA Catch some of our #BRP50 appearances from this week: Wrassle Rap 243. The #BRP50 2022 https://open.spotify.com/episode/1AXxriyPk9CLbqwpWSfsbG Become a BRPatreon member: www.patreon.com/blackrasslin The Black Rasslin' Podcast Theme is produced by Anikan & Vader. www.instagram.com/anikanandvader/ Subscribe to The Black Rasslin' Podcast: YouTube: youtube.com/c/blackrasslin Apple Podcasts: bit.ly/blackrasslinIT Spotify: bit.ly/blackrasslinSP Google Podcasts: bit.ly/blackrasslinGP SoundCloud: @black-rasslin-podcast
In this episode, we're joined by Jada Harris, MBA, MS, experienced business consultant, and certified SCORE mentor, to discuss the various sources of support available throughout your career. We explore and compare the different roles that we can engage with, from mentors and sponsors, to coaches, consultants and advocates. We also discuss which roles might be more appropriate for different phases of our careers and how we can foster and maintain productive, mutually supportive relationships with the individuals serving in these roles. To find more information on support from Jada, visit her website at www.hc-bc.com and for more information about SCORE mentorship through the Small Business Administration, visit www.score.org.
Nutrition is integral to a healthy pregnancy and breastfeeding journey – and recently, research has cracked open the importance of choline for mums-to-be. With a staggering 99% of pregnant and breastfeeding women not eating enough of this essential nutrient, Dr Joanna McMillan joins us in our latest podcast to share practical guidance on meeting daily choline requirements. Jo also uncovers the latest Australian research on choline and highlights why eggs are egg-celent fodder for expecting mothers. For the shownotes: https://dietitianconnection.com/category/podcasts/ This podcast is not, and is not intended to be, medical advice, which should be tailored to your individual circumstances. This podcast is for your information only, and we advise that you exercise your own judgment before deciding to use the information provided. Professional medical advice should be obtained before taking action. Please see here for terms and conditions.
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With tech layoffs and job offers being rescinded, all against the backdrop of an impending recession and a never-ending pandemic, career anxiety is at an all-time high. We're talking all about professional anxiety, career fear, and work worry with Clinical Psychologist, Author, and Content Creator Dr. Jessica Borushok, Ph.D., C.Psych. Dr. Jessica helps busy minds get unstuck, out of their own way, and back to their best selves. Through one-on-one work in private practice and her popular course, Busy Mind Reboot: 30 Days to Your Best Self, Dr. Jessica has helped hundreds of productive procrastinators, overwhelmed high-achievers, recovering perfectionists, and self-proclaimed "control freaks" transform their relationship with their thoughts and optimize their world. As an award-winning author and recognized expert in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dr. Jessica has co-authored numerous books and self-growth tools, including The ACT Deck. She has been featured in The List TV, Art of Charm Podcast, Thrive Global, and The Good Men Project. Follow Dr. Jessica at any one of the links below. Therapy: https://www.busymindreboot.com Website: https://www.busymindpsychologist.com instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theacttherapist tiktok: @theacttherapist youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU32xZFYYe0D2CQD9g4AawA
If you've listened to this podcast for a while, you know we've covered a lot of pretty horrifying stories. Mass shootings, animal attacks, plane crashes – we've heard the first-hand stories of the people who have actually experienced those things. And when we talk about those stories, we do talk about the tragedy of what happened, but I also like to include the positive side – how the guest recovered from it, what they learned, how they're helping others who might have gone through a similar situation. No matter how bad something was, there's almost always a positive aspect in the story, and I try to make sure we find that. Well, today's episode is different. No one dies, no one has a limb torn off, nothing like that. Every so often I like to have a guest on who has a really unusual occupation. You probably remember when I talked to Spence about his job as a modern day lighthouse keeper. I also talked to Dan, who consults with white collar criminals and prepares them as they're about to go to prison for the first time. I love hearing about unusual jobs like this. And I know you do too – because I always get really positive feedback about those episodes. Today's guest is Jen. She has an unusual job, and it's in the wedding industry. She goes to the wedding rehearsals, the wedding itself, the reception afterwards – she's involved in all of that. But the thing is, most of the people at the wedding don't even know she is being paid to be there. In a lot of cases, only the bride knows – because the bride is who hired her. Jen makes her living as a professional bridesmaid. Jen's websites: www.bridesmaidforhire.com www.jenglantz.com www.finallythebride.com Jen's books: Always a Bridesmaid for Hire All My Friends are Engaged Finally the Bride Instagram: www.instagram.com/jenglantz LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenglantz Twitter: www.twitter.com/jenglantz TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@bridesmaidforhire Podcast: You're Not Getting Any Younger This episode is sponsored by the Jordan Harbinger Show, a podcast I've subscribed to for years – JordanHarbinger.com/START. This episode is also sponsored by the Total Life Freedom Mastermind community – collaborate with experts to grow your business or side hustle – TotalLifeFreedom.com
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July 1, 2022 Buffalo State Data Talk Episode 20: Data insights and action, an interview with Sunita Menon a Global Data Ambassador for a Top Professional Services Firm In this episode Sunita Menon, a Global Data Ambassador for a top professional Services Firm, talks about the importance of remembering the goal of gaining insights from data is to take action. 0:00 Intro 2:04 What is a professional series firm? 2:36 What Sunita does 4:45 What kind of data Sunita uses 7:06 The results from the data 9:17 Defining data 11:49 Sunita's favorite part of her job 12:23 Data for PR and communications 14:23 Sunita's career path 16:03 Professional development 17:39 Utilizing LinkedIn 20:08 Advice for new data scientists 23:37 Outro Resources A Simple Framework to appreciate Data-Driven Excellence Sunita's LinkedIn Learn more about data science and stay up to date with the podcast by connecting with us on LinkedIn. https://www.linkedin.com/school/buffa... Interested in a career in data science? Visit https://dataanalytics.buffalostate.edu/ to learn more.
Today's guest is Caroline Liviakis, she is the Founder and Executive Artistic Director of the Caroline Liviakis Dance Company (CLDC), choreographing and producing live performances and interactive experiences. In her most recent project, she brings her creative visions to digital form as a choreographer and director of film, music videos, and commercials. Caroline currently teaches at Loyola Marymount University and is currently in pre-production for her debut feature-length film: Lessons In Love. And towards the end of our conversation, today shared this amazing idea…What happens if dance isn't just a backup to the star of the show, but dance is actually an integral part of telling the story?! It's an amazing vision for our dance industry. Caroline and I talked about transitioning from dancing for fun to choosing it as a career, the importance of connecting with the audience in commercial dance, the importance of cultivating relationships and what networking really means, and some great advice for those of you trying to chase your own dance career passions. _________ Resources mentioned in this episode: Check out the full Show Notes, including episode highlights, key takeaways, exclusive resources, and more: https://chelseapierotti.com/67 __________ Did you enjoy today's episode? Please leave a rating and review on Apple podcasts! Be sure to visit me on Instagram @dr.chelsea.pierotti for more mental skills advice for dancers.
Louie Prosperi is the Chief Operating Officer at HS and Partners LLP. The unique knowledge and experience that Louie applies today to help his customers achieve their goals are due to his long-term business and professional experiences accumulated during his career. He loves helping organizations meet their potential through solving and working through the challenges they are facing today.
As a student, we learn the ways of networking to get a job and initiate our career. But how does networking change once you've begun your career? What are the differences and tips to ensure you're always building a network as a professional?" Women on The Move host, Sam Saperstein, talks about how networking is a long-term job and gives students tips on building relationships once school ends and their careers begin. Full transcript here
"I'm excited to just put myself in it and be a part of it and give myself a chance. I think incredible things happen when you believe in yourself and stay in the here and now and give yourself the chance." On June 11, 2022, Brigham Young University graduate Courtney Wayment Smith made NCAA history. Competing at NCAA Championships, she ran the 3000m steeplechase in 9:16 — not only taking a commanding win, but breaking the collegiate national record (previously held by now-Olympian Courtney Frerichs) in the process. That time also put her at #5 on the all-time U.S. women's steeplechase list, behind Frerichs, Emma Coburn, Colleen Quigley, and Jenny Simpson. To celebrate, Courtney signed with an agent (Ray Flynn) and signed her first professional contract with On! The icing on the cake: Courtney competed at USATF Outdoor Championships this past weekend, where she finished second in the 3000m steeplechase, earning her a spot on Team USA heading into next month's World Athletics Championships. Needless to say, it's been an exciting summer for Courtney, who lives in Provo, UT, and will continue training with her BYU coach Diljeet Taylor. SPONSOR: UCAN — Go to ucan.co/ali and use code ALI for 20% off your next UCAN order. What you'll get on this episode: On getting used to saying “I'm a professional runner” (3:10) How the pandemic impacted Courtney's college experience and her budding professional career (7:00) Why Courtney loves the steeplechase (9:00) On graduating from college, and celebrating accordingly (13:00) Recapping NCAAs, USAs, and the celebrations in between (14:20) What it felt like lining up at USATF Outdoor Championships, and all about the process of going pro (18:55) All about the 3000m steeplechase final at USAs (27:25) On navigating post-race interviews, mixed zones, media, and more (32:25) Courtney's special bond with Coach Diljeet Taylor (41:00) All about Courtney's signature hairstyle and those extra-long lashes (44:35) Where Courtney's at mentally as she prepares for World Athletics Championships (46:50) Follow Courtney: Instagram @courtsasport20 Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!
In this week's show, Mike will be joined by show regular, Pop Dibiase to talk all things sports including: • MLB • NBA • Durant and Freddie Freeman drama! • BIG TEN with USC and UCLA??? So much to get to, jammed in one hour, so be sure to join us for the fun! To Call the Show: 1-866-472-5787 Tweet us: @mikeabadir @PopDibiase
This conversation was originally published in August 2021.Clients need to feel that they are valued and respected, and for gender-diverse clients, this often begins with the language we use. The consequences of not showing this respect can be large. They can even lead to negative client outcomes, as our guest today shares.SLP Greg Robinson is a faculty member at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, and the chair of L'GASP, ASHA's LGBTQ+ caucus.Robinson shares guidance on how to approach conversations around gender and what to do if you inadvertently slip up. They also tell a personal story of how a health care provider's language led them to stop receiving care.
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Emma Arnoff told me that helping others has always been in her blood. As a young child growing up in New York City, she had strabismus, a condition that caused her to have crossed eyes, requiring her to wear large glasses. Her physical coordination wasn't too good and she never felt as if she fit in with other kids. Emma's antidote to this feeling was to befriend the school bully as she felt he was misunderstood and needed a friend. Or when a new student arrived from a different country, she wanted to help them learn English. Graduating college with a degree in sociology and women's studies, Emma worked for several years with children and families in schools, residential treatment centers, and the foster care system. She then pursued a master's degree in social work. Today, Emma is the owner and director of The Sensory Space in Poughkeepsie, New York. At The Sensory Space, children can use sensory supports while participating in play therapy and psychotherapy in a safe environment. Emma has a team of 11 clinicians who work with children, adults, families, and groups. Supportive services are also offered including occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech therapy. In addition to working with clients individually, Emma facilitates programs and groups on inclusion, bullying, and social skills. As a parent herself, she understands the skills needed for child-rearing, working with parents individually and in groups on developing the parenting approaches needed for different developmental stages. Emma has also presented workshops at schools and colleges on supporting neurodiversity in schools and organizations. In this week's Work From The Inside Out podcast, learn more about Emma's journey: Emma is a certified children's yoga instructor and loves to incorporate yoga and movement into therapy sessions. She facilitates discussions on sensory integration, emotional regulation, and inclusion. Learn more and connect with Emma here: https://sensoryspacepk.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Emma-N-Arnoff-LCSW-PC-737967873077267/ http://instagram.com/thesensoryspace https://www.linkedin.com/in/emma-arnoff-58265b10/
Sandra Stosz is the author of “Breaking Ice and Breaking Glass: Leading in Uncharted Waters.” Sandra is a retired U.S. Coast Guard Vice Admiral who served for over 40 years, including 12 years at sea. She often led all-male teams and was the first woman to lead a U.S. Armed Forces Service Academy. In this episode, Sandra shares with humility some of the leadership lessons she learned in the Coast Guard. She shares humorous stories, and reveals things she learned early that shaped her remarkable career, and why she baked cakes for her staff! https://bit.ly/TLP-313 Key Takeaways [1:36] Jim introduces Vice Admiral Sandra Stosz, Retired, tells of her background, and welcomes her to The Leadership Podcast. [2:08] Sandra's nephew Hunter Stosz is a Lieutenant in the Coast Guard, serving as the Combat Systems Officer on the Coast Guard National Security Cutter JAMES out of Charleston, S.C. Hunter was a cadet at the Coast Guard Academy when Sandra was the Superintendent. That was his leadership crucible! [3:01] Sandra's hobby is baking cakes! She would bring them into the office and give people a break to stop what they were doing and gather in the conference room to talk and laugh. [4:35] Sandra talks about the Coast Guard Academy, where she was Superintendent from 2011 to '15, and the Loy Institute for Leadership. She retired from the Coast Guard in 2018 but she is a trustee of the Loy Institute for Leadership, which is the Academy's agent for leadership development. [6:16] The Coast Guard Academy, like all the service academies, is a 200-week program, meaning four full years of school. A lot of the Academy's leadership development happens during the summer. Training is given through a framework called LEAD: Learn from theory, Experience through practice, Analyze using reflection, and Deepen understanding from mentoring. [7:09] It's a virtuous cycle of leader development. It starts with cadets learning in a classroom from Posner and Kouzes's Leadership Challenge for leadership theory. Then they put the cadets on the water for experiential leadership development through seamanship in sailing programs, and small boat practice, all on the water. The more senior cadets use a practicum that tells them how to instruct. [8:19] After a day on the water, the cadets analyze through reflection. They sit down and “hotwash” what happened; what they want to repeat next time, what they want to avoid next time, and what they learned. Then the cadets deepen their understanding through mentoring. Everybody who learns continues to mentor somebody else, making it a virtuous cycle. [8:48] Sandra shares a story of leadership learning. The cadets sailing a ship tacked suddenly without warning the cook in the galley, the only female cadet on board. Hotdogs flew all over the deck and what seemed funny to the cadets on deck upset the cook who felt laughed at and disrespected. Leadership also means inclusion and respect. [11:18] You can learn to lead through practical experience. The Coast Guard Academy collects data from performance reviews to measure leadership development over the four-year program. It's hard to measure leadership development over four years but they are on a mission to do that and they are getting closer every month. [12:15] The Coast Guard Academy LEAD framework is built upon the Coast Guard framework of leading self, leading others, and leading the organization. Cadets learn to lead themselves and lead others. They do not advance to leading the organization at the Academy. Sandra tells a story of a cadet who carelessly filled the fuel tank with water. He will never do that again, having learned by experience. [15:12] Officers in the Coast Guard learn to lead the organization, which is strategic. Sandra has seen senior leaders fall short and fail when they did not mature from tactical thinking to strategic thinking. Strategy is looking over the horizon to anticipate threats that might come over that horizon, and then adjust, adapt, and be agile. [16:15] At the organizational level, you face crises where the easy decisions and actions have been made at the lower levels; if it ends up in your hands, it is a big decision. You've got to be strategic and decisive. A lot of people aren't strategic or are not decisive. They haven't learned how to move from leading others to making decisions that affect the organization and how the organization relates to others. [17:59] Jim highly recommends Sandra's book. It addresses the balance between power and control. Sandra speaks of the responsibility of the individual and the team to find ways to power through crisis and adversity. There is leadership at all levels. It's not just about the top boss. Sandra mentions Extreme Ownership. [19:50] It is popular now to blame others for everything wrong so you don't have to own up to it. Sandra was thinking about that when she wrote her book. She was grateful when someone gave her a Serenity Prayer plaque at a difficult point in her career. She was trying to control everything and having trouble letting go of things she couldn't control. She carried that prayer to every duty station. [20:50] The balance between control and power reminds Sandra of Aristotle's Golden Mean, which is the balance between extremes. The most powerful thing you can do is release your control and give your power away. Giving power away empowers others. You don't lose anything by giving power away. You gain the respect and trust of those you empower. [22:12] Control originates from humility and power originates from hubris. Sandra explains why humility is hard to maintain as you advance in rank. The more senior she became, she tried hard to build trust and earn respect and not use her position of power. [23:59] Sandra shares a story on the paradox of control about giving away power. Her Captain gave his power to her, a young lieutenant, to give an important brief to a Commandant of the Coast Guard. She had never given a speech before! For the rest of her career, she worked to give her power away to younger officers. [27:26] Jan cites an Arthur Brooks article, “Being special vs. happy: What success addiction looks like and how to recover,” that discusses motivation and happiness. What would Sandra's advice be to her 27-year-old self? She would tell her younger self that prevention comes before response and remember the importance of establishing boundaries. [31:41] The four types of exhaustion or wellness are physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual. Don't allow yourself to be exhausted in all four of these areas at the same time! You can manage your wellness with a structure of boundaries built on a foundation of values. If you can't manage your wellness, you can't manage your team's wellness. [36:15] One of the chapters of Sandra's book is “There's no secret ingredient.” — Kung Fu Panda. Sandra sees 10 leadership lessons in Kung Fu Panda and Kung Fu Panda 2.[37:26] Sandra shares a foundational story from serving on her first ship, an icebreaker sailing to Antarctica. She learned the Three Ps of Power: Personal, Professional, and Positional. Lean on the first two and go to the third only as a last resort. Your personal power is your EQ. Your professional power is your work ethic and values. Your positional power is your rank or leadership role. [39:44] Use your personal and professional power every day and you will build trust and earn respect. People will want to do their jobs because they feel like they're part of something bigger than themselves, they feel shared values, they know their purpose, they have pride and passion, and they want to end each day deeply content, satisfied, and feeling good about themselves, their work, and life. [41:12] Leadership is not all in a textbook. It's hard to learn it and hard to teach it. If you're trying to understand leadership and finding it not easy, your symptoms are normal. Jan shares a message with new listeners. Jan and Jim use the tagline, “We study leaders.” After interviewing 300 leaders, we're still learning. It will be our lifelong pursuit. [43:02] Sandra's advice for people in transition from one chapter of their life to the next: Watch out for becoming part of another “me” generation. The people who will be happiest, in the long run, will be are going to look at how they can contribute as part of a bigger purpose with values that they share. They're going to persevere. They're going to put in more than they take out. They're going to be contributors. [45:20] Sandra's last words are about life-long learning. She stayed for 40 years in the Coast Guard because it gave her opportunities to train, advance, and go to the Kellogg Business School, the National War College, and a Capstone program. She continues to read and develop herself. Life-long learning is key to your ability to succeed in a meaningful way. [47:06] Jan closes with a quote from Amelia Earhardt on the decision to act. Quotable Quotes “Every once in a while, you need a reason to laugh when you're at work and you're in a really tough job. I think the cakes helped build that camaraderie and that's one thing I like about in-person workplaces.” “We expect the cadets to make a mistake when they're learning how to lead themselves. It's trial and error. And this is the time when we give them leeway to fail and pick themselves up, and make mistakes, admit them, and try not to repeat them.” “I've seen senior leaders fall short and even fail if they keep on with the behaviors that made them successful while leading self and leading others and they move into leading the organization but don't mature to strategic thinking.” “Be strategic and be decisive. A lot of times, people … haven't learned how to move from leading others to making decisions that affect an organization, ... the programs, and how that organization relates to others. … Move up into the strategic decision-making realm.” “Type “A”s out there, hear me! You want to control everything and it can drive you crazy. And if you don't let it go it will burn you out.” “The most powerful thing you can do is to release your control and release your power and give your power away.” “The best leaders cultivate their humility, which is really hard to do as you advance up in the ranks. Whether it's the military or if it's a private sector, or public non-profit, the more senior you get, people are treating you a little differently up in the ranks.” “What you should be seeking is deep contentment and satisfaction. That comes with a different way of looking at life. It comes from balancing and this becomes the response.” “People never make good choices; they always have to learn from experience, right?” “So many people are in the leadership space and trying to teach leadership and it's not easy. … If you are trying to understand leadership, how to be a better leader, and finding it not easy, your symptoms are normal.” “The people who are going to be happiest, in the long run, … look to find out how they can contribute as part of a bigger purpose with values that they share. … They're going to persevere. They're going to put in more than they take out. They're going to be contributors.” “Lifelong learning is key to your ability to succeed in a meaningful way where you're meeting all of your objectives and you're staying motivated. Otherwise, you lose the meaning of life if you don't continue to focus on life-long learning.” Resources Mentioned Theleadershippodcast.com Sponsored by: Darley.com Vice Admiral Sandra L. Stosz Breaking Ice and Breaking Glass: Leading in Uncharted Waters U.S. Coast Guard U.S. Coast Guard Academy The U.S. Coast Guard National Security Cutter JAMES Loy Institute for Leadership Admiral James Loy The Leadership Challenge: How to Make Extraordinary Things Happen in Organizations, by James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner Congressman Dan Crenshaw Kellogg School of Management National War College Coast Guard Capstone program Amelia Earhart What Got You Here Won't Get You There: How Successful People Become Even More Successful, by Marshall Goldsmith and Mark Reiter James Mattis Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win, by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin Aristotle Arthur Brooks, “Being special vs. happy: What success addiction looks like and how to recover” Boundaries: When to Say Yes, When to Say No-To Take Control of Your Life, by Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend 9/11 Bill Murray, “Army Training, Sir” Kung Fu Panda Kung Fu Panda 2 Senator Blutarsky Great Resignation
Father discusses the Church Fathers and St. Irenaeus Am 3:1-8; 4:11-12 (7:33) Father talks about the business of prophecy Letters (20:29) Rosary group is getting political; what should I do? What's Father's take on the Extraordinary Form and the Novus Ordo Word of the Day: Liturgy (32:10) Callers (39:23) My granddaughter is having marriage difficulties, and a Catholic friend of mine says that she's being punished b/c she was married outside the church for 12 years. How do I respond and what do you think of what he said? (43:30) Protestant friend of mine asked why Catholics don't believe in divorce (46:00) Why can't priests get married? (49:44) Why do we fast before mass?
Carrie Mead is the Immediate Past President of Women In Defense - Michigan Chapter. WID strengthens and influences the defense and national security industry by inspiring women, cultivating leadership, and growing professional relationships. Today, Carrie is the Acting Chief of Staff at Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall in Arlington, VA. She talks about her career path, civilian employment supporting the military, and opportunities for women. Carrie talks with host Jim Fausone about WID's programming and events.
As business leaders continue to reimagine the way we work, offices everywhere are getting revamped to support new organizational priorities. For Stephen Miles and Christina Woodard, office density and intentionality top the list. We need to be purposeful about what we're doing, says Miles, and why we're asking teams to convene. Working together, colleagues can peel away from virtual meeting rooms to reforge strong connections and trust in person, and then tackle the hard issues with creativity and high performance. In a sense, the office of the future will be like a private club, where employees are the members.
Did you know that one of the most common reasons that moms stop breastfeeding is fear of not having enough milk? How do we know if a baby is getting enough milk? In this episode, you will learn how much milk a baby actually needs, how we know there is enough, myths about milk supply, and signals that may indicate when further help is needed. This information is for parents and for professionals who care for breastfeeding parents. Even if you are not a lactation consultant, it is vital for you to be able to either reassure your patients, give them simple ways to ensure adequate milk transfer, or refer them for expert lactation care. I've included a list of risk factors to be aware of, simple interventions if low milk supply is suspected, and the role of the IBCLC in milk supply assessment and treatment. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT - 4 LCerps now included with Professional's Guide to Tongue Tie in the Breastfeeding Infant. Watch at your own pace and earn lactation credit. Plus 15% off, see below. Other ways to connect: Breastfeeding Tongue Tied Babies Facebook Group Tongue Tie Experts Website Parent's Guide to Tongue Tie in the Breastfeeding Infant AND MORE Use code PODCAST15 for 15% off any of any courses Email: Lisa@LisaPaladino.net A gentle disclaimer. Please do not consider anything discussed on this podcast, by myself or any guest of the podcast, to be medical advice. The information is provided for educational purposes only and does not take the place of your own medical or lactation provider.
From the German Bundestag to the tech giant Meta. Constanze Osei started her career in politics later on heading the department of economic and innovation policy at the Germany's digital association Bitkom. Today she is the Head of Society & Innovation Policy at Meta (previously Facebook). We speak about racial justice, explore self-identification and discover the interplay between technology advancements and impact it has on our society. If you want to move things, you have to move people, so join me for today's conversion to learn how Constanze is making a difference with her work. And if you enjoyed the episode, take a few moments and leave a review.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about all things cycling. Randy just returned from Knoxville, Tennessee where he supported the European based professionals at the U.S. National Road Cycling Championships. Randy spent quite a bit of time with various pros including a previous podcast interviewie and now time trial champion Leah Thomas. Leah flew after her TT win to Italy to compete in the upcoming Giro Donne stage race. The Warrens talk about the US races as well as other national championship winners.
Special thanks to Kurt Earl for joining me! You can check out his work with coaches at culturecoordinator.com. He also serves as an Elder at First Street Bible Church. To Sell Is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others, by Daniel H. Pink. For fun, I took Kurt's challenge to think of 10 ways Information Symmetry is changing everything. Here's a quick list of what I came up with in only a few minutes. College and Professional athletics has been impacted by this trend. Even at the highest levels, coaches who just demand respect and insist their players ‘just do as I say' aren't succeeding, and even losing their jobs. The relationship between doctors and their patients has been radically impacted by this trend. 1000s of online sources, written by credentialed MDs, with studies cited, means more and more patients are coming to their Dr. with a plan of care already in mind. A number of laboratory services have begun giving customers the option to order their own blood tests. Pharmaceutical companies have also leaned into this by advertising directly to prospective patients. Related, more people are open to trying natural medical options, or a combination of natural & conventional options because of so much information available to them. In short, people increasingly expect to be an active partner with their health, and maybe the driving partner. The same effect with pet owners and their veterinarians. This trend is spreading to public education as well. The number of people choosing to educate their children themselves (homeschooling) continues to grow for both religious and non-religious reasons. Facebooks sale groups, and other online selling forums have empowered us all to go directly to one another to buy or sell things, some evening making it a side-hustle. The last decades have seen an incredible erosion of the ratings and influence of so-called legacy media, and the proliferation of indie journalists, podcasters, and content creators going directly to their audience. The traditional gatekeepers are increasingly sidelined. Churches and abuse reporting: The expectation for real, meaningful transparency is more critical now than ever if churches and institutions want to maintain credibility in the public eye. Good Ideas for Churches is a joint project between Matt Whitman's The Ten Minute Bible Hour and Eyes Up. Have a good idea? Something that's helped your church? Something that's made the Gospel make sense to people in your community? I'd love to hear from you! Shoot me an email at email@example.com.
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Sybil offers tips on how to broaden your network and optimize your effectiveness as a giver. Donors can go into tunnel mode, only communicating with a select few people; this can lead to poor decisions and the donation of your hard-earned funds to the wrong organization. Talk to as many individuals as possible, and if you don't have the time, enlist the help of others who are well-versed in the subject matter. Episode Highlights: Five types of people you should get advice from Nonprofit leaders Experts in the field you care about Professional advisors Your friends Bundlers If you enjoyed this episode, listen to these as well: #78 How We Can Best Support Organizations that Fight Child Slavery with James Kofi Annan, President, and Founder of the Challenging Heights Organization #71 Sybil Speaks: When and How to Engage Expert Advisors #72 Sybil Speaks: Maximize the Impact of Your $100 - $1,000 Donation Crack the Code: Sybil's Successful Guide to Philanthropy Become even better at what you do as I teach you the strategies as well as the tools you'll need to avoid mistakes and make a career out of philanthropy through my new course, Crack the Code! In this new course, you'll gain access to beautifully animated and filmed engaging videos, and many more! Check out her website with all the latest opportunities to learn from Sybil at www.doyourgood.com. Connect with Do Your Good Facebook @doyourgood Instagram @doyourgood Would you like to talk with Sybil directly? Send in your inquiries through her website www.doyourgood.com, or you can email her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org!
She collects world records with wild abandon. With each race, she narrows the gender gap, rewriting the rulebook on human capability with a broad smile and arms outstretched.Meet force of nature Camille Herron.Alongside 21 marathon victories, Camille won the Comrades Marathon in 2017, becoming the first athlete to win World Championship titles in the 50K, 100K and clocking the most miles in 24 hours (167.8 to be specific) of any woman in history. Just after turning 40, earlier this year Camille took home a big win at the Jackpot 100, beating all the men and besting her own 100-mile Road World Record.In addition, Camille is the youngest woman to reach 100,000-lifetime running miles and she holds my favorite world record—fastest marathon in a superhero costume—running 2:48 dressed head to toe as Spiderwoman. Today she shares her unique story, in her own unique way.How can a woman who commits herself to such hellish feats of physical performance remain so joyous?Today we dissect it all: Camille's relentless positivity, her unique backstory, her unique, quality over quantity training style, how she thinks about closing the gender gap in ultra running, the importance of strength training, how blood work has impacted her focus on nutrition, the difference between trail running and road running, her near term goals and future ambitions. We also talk about how she manages being married to her coach Conor Holt, how running can be self-transcendent, and many other interesting topics.More about Camille + show notes: https://bit.ly/richroll689Today's episode is also viewable on YouTube: https://bit.ly/camilleherron689aToday's Sponsors:Whoop: The world's most powerful fitness tracker is now waterproof.Get the WHOOP 4.O at WHOOP.com and use the code RICHROLL at checkout to get 15% off.Navitas Organics: Fine purveyors of delicious organic superfoods.For a limited time you can get 30% off your entire order by using the code RICHROLL at navitasorganics.com/richroll.Seed: Seed's DS-01™ Daily Synbiotic combines 24 clinically verified and naturally-occurring, probiotic strains with plant-based prebiotics. Visit seed.com/RICHROLL to learn more.Liquid Death: From sparkling, still, to flavored libations, murder your thirst with water made by nature, not in a lab. Get free shipping on all water and merch at LiquidDeath.com/RICHROLL, or grab some at Whole Foods, 7-Eleven, Target, Albertsons Safeway, or Amazon.BetterHelp: The world's largest therapy service, 100% online. Professional, licensed and vetted therapists who you can trust. Listeners get 10% off their first month by visiting BetterHelp.com/richroll.Camille is an unbridled optimist, a super fun hang, and an inspiration for all—especially for those of us pondering our athletic capabilities as we age up.Peace + Plants,Rich See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today I'm talking with Nikki Hiltz, professional runner and recently named lululemon global ambassador! There's so much to unpack with Nikki — their experience with ending a contract, which resulted in selling Track Club T-shirts, selecting their new sponsor and so much more. We dive into Nikki's focus on having a sponsor that supports their next move - including the first ever in-person Pride 5K event. We also talk through Nikki's experience with coming out as gay in 2016 and transgender in 2021 and the different reactions that came with both experiences. I so appreciated Nikki's openness and for anyone who may be looking for ways in which to express their gender identity or simply seek a beautiful conversation on acceptance and in independence, this episode is for you. SOCIAL @nikkihiltz @emilyabbate @hurdlepodcast OFFERS Goodr | Head to Goodr.com/Hurdle and use "HURDLE15" for 15% off LMNT | Head to drinkLMNT.com/hurdle to get a free sample pack of eight flavors with your purchase Open | Head to WithOpen.com/Hurdle for 30 days free JOIN: THE *Secret* FACEBOOK GROUP SIGN UP: Weekly Hurdle Newsletter ASK ME A QUESTION: Leave me a voice message, ask me a question, and it could be featured in an upcoming episode! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hurdle/message
This week's guest is Morgan Buchanan. Morgan was a Professional Ballet Dancer for 12 years prior to the COVID Pandemic. Once the pandemic struck, it forced Morgan to take a step back, reassess what she really wanted in life, and made the decision to walk away from that career to move into sales. Everyone knows one of my favorite topics is the transferability of skills, and if hearing stories about how skills overlap excites you as well, this is going to be a great episode for you! In today's episode, we discussed: Stepping back out of a situation and assessing if it is what you want Always honing your craft Constantly learning from your shortcomings How everyone should go to therapy Focusing on “The Next Thing” What is Spekit Much More Please enjoy this week's episode with Morgan Buchanan. ____________________________________________________________________________ I am now in the early stages of writing my first book! In this book, I will be telling my story of getting into sales and the lessons I have learned so far, and intertwine stories, tips, and advice from the Top Sales Professionals In The World! As a first time author, I want to share these interviews with you all, and take you on this book writing journey with me! Like the show? Subscribe to the email: https://mailchi.mp/a71e58dacffb/welcome-to-the-20-podcast-community I want your feedback! Reach out to email@example.com, or find me on LinkedIn. If you know anyone who would benefit from this show, share it along! If you know of anyone who would be great to interview, please drop me a line! Enjoy the show
On this Mondays episode, after an overly emotional prior week, Deb & Kev are reflecting and discussing on,- Roe v. Wade- Brian Laundries released notebook- Professional emotional intelligence, or lack thereof - What's Deb?!- What's for dinner?! And who's cooking it?- What they are both truly thankful this weekAs always, special thanks to Lauren Taylor for the episode art work and Gwyneth Galvin and BenSound www.bensound.com for providing the voiceover and music for the intro and outro!
Olga, Emma, and Sarah discuss: A memorable moment from a past congressTraveling to a congressCollaborating with OT practitioners from across the globeWhat we've learned from attending a WFOT congress?Professional and personal impact from attending a WFOT congress Tips for making the most of the congressWays to be involved Things to consider outside of the congressMentioned Resources: WFOT 2022 Congress Registration World Federation of Occupational Therapists website OTION ForumOccupied Podcast episode with WFOT President Samantha ShannConnect with the Guests Emma George, PhD MPH, MHID, B App Sc (OT)Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: https://twitter.com/EmKGeorgeWebsite: https://researchers.adelaide.edu.au/profile/emma.georgeOlga Asrun Stefánsdóttir Email: email@example.comWebsite: https://www.unak.is/english/moya/ugla/staff/olga-asrun-stefansdottirConnect with the ShowSubscribe: https://ot4lyfe.com/subscribe/ Website: https://ot4lyfe.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ot.4.lyfe/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ot4lyfeSponsor: World Federation of Occupational Therapists
Enjoy part of two of this rich dialogue about bringing Living Design Process to professional permaculture design consultancy. Will make more sense if you listen to Part One first. An aerial photo of the Mayberry project which is mentioned in this episode and is a good example of a design process that uses earthworks and trees to create beautiful organic spaces in between...
@hairdustry present Your Day Off podcast- What it takes to set a FEW hair cutting speed records. Are you up for the challenge? How many books? Ivan is the author of 13 Business books. Watch this full podcast video on your @spotify app @spotifypodcasts @ivanzoot Ivan Zoot is a licensed cosmetologist, barber, author, and YouTube personality. Ivan helps salon and barbershop pros build and grow their businesses. Author of 13 Professional hair industry books, including 100 x 100, a guide to getting 100 new haircut clients in 100 days. ivanzoot.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hairdustry/support
Louie Vito is a badass snowboarder. He's an Olympian, a US Grand Prix Champion, a Dew Tour Champion, an X Games medalist, and he comes from a 300 vertical foot hill in Ohio. He also seems to know everyone form celebrities to pro athletes, he's competed in Dancing With The Stars, he's been in a Hollywood blockbuster movie and he's pretty humble about it all. On the podcast, we talk being Italian, his crazy work ethic, this influence of his dad, and so much more. Chris Beresford asks the Inappropriate Questions. Louie Vito Show Notes: 3:30: Competing for Italy, painful citizenship process, speaking the language, and his Olympic history 22:00: Stanley: Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast Peter Glenn Ski and Sports: Over 60 years of getting you out there 10 Barrel Brewery: Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone 24:15: Italian roots, his dad, inspirational quotes, and being competitive 38:00: Team sports and snowboarding 42:00: Rollerblade: Ski season may be over but that feeling lasts all year with inline skating Elan Skis: Over 75 years of innovation that makes you better 44:00: Ohio sports and has he met Lebron, Midwest snowboarding, Woodward Gymnastics, Space Camp, and once in a lifetime experience 64:00: Monster v Red Bull, Windell's, Tim Windell, Steven Fox, Jeremy Jones, JP Walker, 7 7:00: Inappropriate Questions with Chris Beresford
Episode 69: 41 Professional European Trials For Young American Players, Being An Industry Disrupter; w/ Mark Dillon Back for his third appearance on the podcast, CEO and founder of the Talent Projekt Mark Dillon steps in the eleven. Mark recaps the most recent cohort that traveled to Germany and made real noise for young American players. The Talent projekt boys played countless European teams including Bundesliga giant academies. The group saw nearly 45% of the players attend a trial with a professional club and countless players receiving contracts with the likes of TSV 1860 Munchen and more. With all the hype and excitement around young American players it can sometimes lead to agents promising players the world, and they can't deliver. Marks job is to help players explore and experience new opportunities while also shielding them from the pitfalls that a player can succumb too. Connect with In The 11 Podcast! Subscribe To the Show: https://in-the-11.captivate.fm/ (https://in-the-11.captivate.fm/) Follow The Show: https://linktr.ee/inthe11 (https://linktr.ee/inthe11) WATCH The Show: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTIKaXh28XlDY-NaJEuCPJw (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTIKaXh28XlDY-NaJEuCPJw) Manscaped!: https://www.manscaped.com/ Use Code: Eleven Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code CODE at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod
Professional gamblers and start-up founders have a lot in common! The inspiration for today's episode was an interview that I listened to recently with Nate Silver (a respected statistician and successful poker player) which taught me a lot about the similarities between these two career paths. Listen today to hear it all! If you found value in this episode, I would really appreciate if you could leave a review! My mission is to help and support as many FinTech startups as possible, and when you leave a positive review, more people can find this podcast and help their companies! If you are on Apple, just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and tell me what your favorite part of the podcast is. Today's episode: [00:37] The inspiration for today's topic. [02:14] Probabilistic thinking: one of the most valuable traits for a professional gambler and a start-up founder. [03:36] Skills that professional gamblers and start-up founders are continuously learning throughout their careers. [04:31] Reasons that professional gamblers and start-up founders do what they do. [05:14] Common characteristics of professional gamblers and start-up founders. [06:36] Why emotional management is so important for gamblers and founders alike. [07:53] Risks and uncertainties aren't going anywhere! Show links: Interested in FinTech compliance? - consider investing in the FinTech Compliance Self-Starter Package! I would love to invite you to sign up for my newsletter. If you are interested, please click here.
George Couros starts this podcast with a reflection on learning norms. “All that I ask of you today is to learn in a way that you would expect from your students” - this quote is how Couros begins many of his sessions. On this episode, Couros invites Rich Czyz to talk about his new book, Rogue Leader. The two talk about the advice that we can share with educators and how we can make PD powerful. Couros asks that the learners listening to or watching this episode create something - write a blog post, share a Tweet, make a graphic…create a piece of content that demonstrates the learning you got from this episode. Czyz shares some great stories about the importance of building relationships and making learning meaningful. Links: Rich Czyz Twitter - https://twitter.com/RACzyz 4 O'Clock Faculty - https://fouroclockfaculty.com/# Rogue Leader (book on Amazon) - https://www.amazon.com/Rogue-Leader-Inspire-Professional-Development/dp/1956306099 Quotes: "Professional development should be done with, not to." - Rich Czyz "If you are trying to help people grow, you have to live that message."- Rich Czyz "When I grow is when I am talking to others and learning from them." - Rich Czyz Please share your thoughts with us on Twitter or Instagram at #InnovatorsMindset. More at georgecouros.ca George Couros on Twitter: https://twitter.com/gcouros George Couros on Instagram: https://instagram.com/gcouros George Couros on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/georgecourosauthor/ George Couros on LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/george-couros-a5146519 For the full audio podcast: https://linktr.ee/gcouros Because of a Teacher - https://www.amazon.com/dp/194833433X?ref=exp_gcouros_dp_vv_d The Innovator's Mindset: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0986155497?ref=exp_gcouros_dp_vv_d Innovate Inside the Box: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1948334127?ref=exp_gcouros_dp_vv_d Music from Bensound - http://bensound.com/
Ross Douthat, New York Times columnist, political analyst and author, shares his findings on the state of Lyme research, public perception, and his personal experience with tick-borne infections. Previously he was a senior editor of The Atlantic. He is the film critic for National Review, and he co-founded the New York Times's weekly op-ed podcast, The Argument. Ross's most recent book is about his experience with Lyme disease and is called “The Deep Places: A Memoir of Illness and Discovery”.
There are many benefits to passively investing in real estate. In this episode, Charles explains why he started investing in real estate and why every entrepreneur and professional should passively invest in real estate. Connect with the Global Investors Show, Charles Carillo and Harborside Partners: ◾ Setup a FREE 15 Minute Strategy Call with Charles: http://ScheduleCharles.com ◾ FREE Passive Investing Guide: http://www.HSPguide.com ◾ Join Our Weekly Email Newsletter: http://www.HSPsignup.com ◾ Passively Invest in Real Estate: http://www.InvestHSP.com ◾ Global Investors Web Page: http://GlobalInvestorsPodcast.com/
What did you dream of becoming when you were a kid? Is it becoming a famous musician? Professional hockey player? Making the game winning shot to win the NBA championship? Could you still achieve that childhood dream? Or is that dream unattainable? Tune in, as Oleg and Travis explore the importance of shifting one's perspective when it comes to achieving one's dreams, ways to look at life through glass half full vs half empty, and other related topics.
Life is life. It's not just work. Mridu Parikh is a productivity coach, best-selling author of Accomplish It, founder of Life is Organized, and host of the Productivity on Purpose Podcast. In today's episode, Jason A. Duprat, Entrepreneur, Healthcare Practitioner, and Host of the Healthcare Entrepreneur Academy podcast, sits down with Mridu to exchange a myriad of best practices on how to live a happier life by maintaining a steady work-life balance. We encourage you to ready your notepads because this episode is filled with timeless, life-changing insights you would want to remember! EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS With her career taking a toll on her work-life balance, Mridu begins her journey of time management and productivity, and created a business revolving around helping people "have a real life." The best measurement for productivity is how you feel at the end of the day. Productivity doesn't depend on how much you accomplish but on the significance of what you accomplish. A common struggle is we focus too much on clearing our to-do lists and too little on "what's going to make me feel successful." A common misconception for business owners is they think "success" equals "doing more." Focus more on planning, and you're gonna have less and better doing. Mridu elaborates on her 5 Umbrella Process which she runs her clients through Realize your goals and focus. What is truly important? Make adjustments to your calendar to fit your vision. What would your ideal week look like? Create a system. Everything can be systematized better, be it your personal life or professional life alike. You can never over-systematize. Get a team to delegate tasks off your plate. Boundaries and communication. Saying no is uncomfortable, but there's a way to ease that burden. Mridu provides several real-life examples of how to say no without sounding too dismissive and maintain client relationships. Setting your schedule is helpful not only for us but also for our clients. If you're delegating, you should expect 80% of what you would be able to do. It's important to look at projects and recognize which ones you can delegate. Training takes time, but not delegating it wastes more time. The best project management tool is the one you're going to use. If you're comfortable with Google Docs and it works for you, then use that for now. Think of different themes for your days to create consistency (e.g. Wednesdays are Podcast Days. Fridays are Admin and Finance Days, etc.) When bombarded by a multitude of tasks, focus on 5 things – ideally 3 Professional and 2 Personal Agendas Mridu recommends the book "Atomic Habits" by James Clear 3 KEY POINTS Productivity is a state of emotion. When overwhelmed by tasks, take things one step at a time. Life is not just work. That's why it's called "work-life balance." TWEETABLE QUOTES “Life is life. It's not just work.” – Mridu Parikh “When overwhelmed by countless responsibilities, start with, ‘What are the top 5 things I can accomplish that will make me feel awesome when my head hits the pillow tonight?'” – Mridu Parikh CONNECT WITH JASON DUPRAT LinkedIn | Facebook | Instagram | Youtube Email: firstname.lastname@example.org RESOURCES Want to become a Ketamine Therapy provider? Enroll NOW in The Ketamine Academy course: https://www.ketamineprofessionals.com/podcast Have a healthcare business question? Want to request a podcast topic? Text me at 407-972-0084 and I'll add you to my contacts. Occasionally, I'll share important announcements and answer your questions as well. I'm excited to connect with you! Do you enjoy our podcast? Leave a rating and review: https://lovethepodcast.com/hea Don't want to miss an episode? Subscribe and follow: https://followthepodcast.com/hea ABOUT THE GUEST Mridu Parikh helps ambitious entrepreneurs feel in control of their time, energy, and habits, even when they are overwhelmed by demands and distractions. As a productivity coach, speaker, podcaster, and best-selling author of Accomplish It, she will teach you how to focus, overcome procrastination, and squash anxiety. A mom of two and wife of one, Mridu enjoys all things milk chocolate and red wine. Get Mridu's free resources on her website, Life Is Organized. CONNECT WITH THE GUEST Website | LinkedIn | Instagram | Facebook Coaching: https://lifeisorganized.com/coaching/ Podcast: https://lifeisorganized.com/podcast/ #HealthcareEntrepreneurAcademy #healthcare #HealthcareBoss #entrepreneur #entrepreneurship #podcast #businessgrowth #teamgrowth #digitalbusiness
In today's episode, hosted by the EBB Research Team, we are sharing the audio from a private livestream we did with our Pro Members at Evidence Based Birth. We talk about three major topics related to updated research evidence on doulas: 1) research on the pandemic's effect on the doula profession around the world, 2) research on the difference between community-based doulas and private or traditional doulas, and 3) new info on paying or getting reimbursement for doula care in the U.S. [NOTE FOR LIBSYN ONLY]: This podcast is also posted on our YouTube channel in case you want to access the video of our team teaching, and a screenshare of some of the evidence we're talking about! As a content note, this episode includes discussion of COVID-19, racism, and how a lack of postpartum coverage is in some cases tied to the same places that have abortion bans. Today's episode is taught by Rebecca Dekker, PhD, RN (she/her), Ihotu Ali, MPH (she/her), and Erin Wilson, MPH (she/her). Dr. Dekker is a nurse with her PhD who is the founder and CEO of EBB. Ihotu is a community-based doula, Maya abdominal massage therapist, doctoral student in chiropractic medicine, director of the Oshun Center for Intercultural Healing, and Research Editor at EBB. Erin is a clinical researcher, doula, childbirth educator, policy advocate, and Research Editor at EBB. Together, we will share with you some research we were compiling about the evidence on doula care! Content warning: Discussion of the COVID-19 pandemic, racism, and how a lack of postpartum Medicaid coverage is in some cases tied to the same places that are issuing abortion bans. Resources: For a full list of scientific references, see the blog post that goes along with this episode Check out our Signature Article... Evidence on: Doulas at https://evidencebasedbirth.com/doulas The Sista Midwife Productions Black doula/midwife directory is here: http://www.sistamidwifedirectory.com/ Go to our YouTube channel to see video versions of all our podcasts! (including PowerPoint presentations when used) Check your state's status on whether or not they're funding doulas through Medicaid here: https://healthlaw.org/doulamedicaidproject/#:~:text=Read%20the%20Report-,Current%20State%20Doula%20Medicaid%20Efforts,-The%20National%20Health Check your state's status on whether they're expanding Medicaid postpartum here: https://www.kff.org/medicaid/issue-brief/medicaid-postpartum-coverage-extension-tracker/ Donate or apply for the Hello Seven doula fund for Black families here: https://helloseven.org/ If you support this work, we encourage you to use your voice and speak up, and to caution against low reimbursement rates and expensive licensure/certification processes that have created barriers to entry in certain states that are actively reimbursing doulas. We at EBB want to see all doulas earn a living wage, regardless of which type of clients they serve (Commonwealth Fund: Issue Brief, 2021). Doulas can apply for a National Provider Identification (NPI) number. Here is a guide on how to apply and here is a link to the application through CMS. If you can get an NPI, it will increase your chances of getting paid through insurance/help your clients receive insurance reimbursement. For more information and news about Evidence Based Birth, visit www.ebbirth.com . Find us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/EvidenceBasedBirth/ ), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/ebbirth/ ), and Pinterest (https://www.pinterest.com/ebbirth/ ). Ready to get involved? Check out our Professional membership (including scholarship options) (https://evidencebasedbirth.com/become-pro-member/ ). Find an EBB Instructor here (https://evidencebasedbirth.com/find-an-instructor-parents/ ), and click here (https://evidencebasedbirth.com/childbirth-class/ ) to learn more about the Evidence Based Birth Childbirth Class.
Professional wrestler and Hey! (EW) host, RJ City joins the show to talk about his insane pronunciation of "mauve," not remembering a time he wasn't into wrestling, Tony Khan from AEW hiring him, his interviewing process, his complicated friendship with David Arquette, representations of masculinity in wrestling, whether anyone truly believed wrestling was real, getting dinner with Tony Thaxton in Las Vegas, his feelings about Terry Fator, growing up in Canada, making coffee in his underwear (he has a series called RJ Makes Coffee In His Underwear), social anxiety, Stanley Tucci, summer camp and more. We also did a round of Just Me Or Everyone, HGFY and answered your questions. Products I Use/Recommend/Love: http://amazon.com/shop/alisonrosen Check us out on Patreon: http://patreon.com/alisonrosen This episode is brought to you by BETTER HELP: http://BetterHelp.com/BESTFRIEND (use code BESTFRIEND for 10% off) NUTRAFOL: http://nutrafol.com (use promo code Rosen during checkout to save $15 off your first month's subscription) Buy Alison's Book: Tropical Attire Encouraged (and Other Phrases That Scare Me) https://amzn.to/2JuOqcd You probably need to buy the HGFY ringtone! https://www.alisonrosen.com/store/ Try Amazon Prime Free 30 Day Trial