We're living in exciting times!For the first time since the Gilded age, humanity has put aside profit and finally focused on what it truly matters in the end: Providing value and helping others.Not all relationships are made equal, and you have to know which type you should focus on in your situation.And I'm about to show you how to do that. Keep reading!If you want to learn more about the 4 different kinds of relationships and why they matter, check out this week's episode of the Business Growth Accelerator show!Here's what was covered on the show:
Virologist Dr Kim Roberts and Dimitri Eynikel from Doctors Without Borders join us to examine the new Omicron variant and vaccine inequality. While richer countries are busy administering booster jabs, others are struggling to get even an adequate amount of jabs for their frontline healthcare workers. We look at the scale of the problem, what the solutions are, and discuss how vaccinating more of the world's population is a way of reducing the risk of new variants. The Explainer is brought to you by The Journal. Providing open access to valuable journalism in Ireland has been the aim of The Journal for a decade. You can contribute to ensure we can keep questioning, investigating, debunking, explaining and informing at www.thejournal.ie/contribute/
New people, new places, new market, new way of living. I stil down with stationer Sandy Shannon, where she talks about her business moving from the small state of CT to the west coast of CA. Sandy talks about how she made an unexpected move work for her and her business. So if you are finding yourself in a state of flux with your business and need a little advice on how to make the move, grab a pen and let's talk it out! Key Takeaways: Preparing for a new market Providing a human service In-person networking Sample kits Friendships in the industry Becoming a go-to Least favorite font Working in different markets
As youth mental health issues escalate here and globally, a clinical psychologist says it's imperative to listen young people about what services would best help them. Kerry Gibson is an Associate Professor from the University of Auckland and has done extensive research on the matter, including asking young people where they'd like to go for support. The result is her book What Young People Want from Mental Health Services. She says mental health services for youth are outdated, inhospitable and inaccessible to many, and need a radical overhaul.
Céline Santini helps people worldwide learn to apply the ancient Japanese art of Kintsugi to overcoming challenges in every part of their lives. Céline is the bestselling author of Kintsugi: Finding Strength Through Imperfection. To learn more about her work to go get her book, visit www.celine-santini.com. To learn more about the art and application of Kintsugi in your life or the lives of the members of your team, check out this Video: https://vimeo.com/606772223/cb5f4d5ab2.
Dr. Raquel Alvarado describes her new clinical teaching strategy that provides one-to-one feedback to beginning nursing students. The strategy includes multiple components, creating a positive learning experience for students.
As a part of Shaun's online community, Dr. Jordan Zabriskie, joins our live podcast recording to speak on his approach of "Providing solutions for your pain and improving your health". On this episode, Dr Z not only talks about but breaks down ways we can manage and heal our everyday pain while strengthening your body. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 92: Jay & Ray sling around some slang.book itskinnyniftyputzSubscribe, review, and come find us on Twitter, Instagram, & FB.The Roberto Clemente Museum is a showcase of baseball artifacts, memorabilia, works of art, and photographs related to the life of Pittsburgh Pirates legend Roberto Clemente. Use our promo code W9Y21 at clementemuseum.com to get 10% off Hats and T-Shirts.Big Science Music is an award-winning original music and sound boutique. Providing scoring, sound design, radio, podcast, and all audio-post production services for the advertising, film, and video industries. Grab a taste of the groove salad at bigsciencemusic.comsome of the W9Y sources include phrase finder uk, word wizard forums, etymology online, the OED, American Dictionary of Idioms, Wiki, newspapers.com, stackexchange, worldwidewords.
Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today is Vino Jeyapalan, Founder and CEO of Kabo, a Canadian company focused on helping dogs live healthier, happier and, longer lives. To receive fresh meals from Kabo, you have to fill out a quick questionnaire from their website. They will then recommend a meal plan for your dog based on its age, weight, entry-level and, breed. You will choose up to two recipes for your dog. Kabo will then deliver portioned meals right to your doorstep. Vino is also a Board Member of Forbes U30, the world's leading voice for entrepreneurial success and free enterprise. Tune in to learn more on this!
Sharing marketing tips for comics is the one and wonderful Tracy DeGraff. After penning her first book, "Laugh Anyway Mom", Tracy took classes at The Second City in Chicago hoping to take her stories to the comedy stage. Today, she joins us to share insights on what has worked (along with a few things that didn't) on her way to creating her one woman show. She emphasizes the need to pave your own P.R. way in order to sell tickets, bring awareness, and earn money as a comedian or speaker. Thanks to our PATREON sponsor for this episode MAX WINFREY! MARKETING TIPS FOR COMICS SHOW NOTES Specifically, we talk about: Her journey from writer to stand-up comedian/speaker Testing her book title and getting insightful feedback The difference between stand-up and storytelling Trading off her expertise to learn stand-up Taking classes at The Second City Why she chose to self-publish The difficulty in finding her ideal audience to test comedy Why it took awhile for her to utilize her journalism and PR degree How to get featured in local newspapers Why newspapers need content Providing everything needed to publish your story 3 Keys to getting published! How to "reverse-engineer" your shows for maximum return Producing her next video special How to determine an ad budget for your own show Capturing e-mail addresses and how to use them afterwards The benefits of using MAILCHIMP to create email campaigns Providing something to bookers so they remember you and much more. Visit her website: https://tracydegraaf.com (c)(p) School Of Laughs.com www.SchoolOfLaughs.com
On this episode of UNFAIR SPORTS:(00:00) Intro(3:10) Lincoln Riley to USC as the new coach, (22:37) What is Next for OU, (37:37) Jimmy's Phrozen 5 Recap, (42:27) We play One Word, NFL Style from Week 12, (54:52) Bedlam was mayhem!, (1:06:25) The Big Game between Ohio St and Michigan didnt disappoint & College Footballs Crazy WeekendHit us up on the UNFAIR fan line! 430-901-1906! Leave us a message and you could end up on the show! We got MERCH!!! Support the show and grab a shirt, hoodie, etc.: phrozenteez.comPodcast: https://smarturl.it/unfairjjYouTube: https://smarturl.it/unfairjj/youtubeWebsite: https://unfair-sports.comJay produces a weekly podcast with various hosts called UNFAIR Sports, where we take a pensive approach to the sports conversation. Providing thoughtful commentary and opinions around NFL, NBA, College Football, Daily fantasy tips and research with the OSG report, and the latest headlines and news in the sports world. Follow us on the socials belowSocials:twitter.com/unfairsportsFacebook.com/phrozenmedia instagram.com/unfair_sportsmedium.com/unfairJay:Twitter.com/smiznithInstagram.com/smiznithtwitch.tv/smiznith
In this episode of the Post-Acute POV, our host Lavin Graviss, VP of Service Delivery at HEALTHCAREfirst, is joined by Rhonda Osborne, CEO and Chief Teaching Officer, Mandy Chandler, Compliance Director, and Stormy Dismuke, Chief Nursing Officer at Shepherd’s Cove Hospice, a six-time Hospice Honors Award recipient. Listen as the group discusses providing exceptional care in the hospice setting and how Shepherd’s Cove focuses heavily on training, people development, and continuous education. This episode provides a look into the uniqueness of hospice care and the importance of establishing trust with patients and their families. Topics discussed during this episode: [00:30 – 04:35]: Lavin introduces Rhonda, Mandy, and Stormy before Rhonda provides the origin story behind Shepherd’s Cove. [04:49 – 09:42]: Stormy and Rhonda discuss the key areas they focus on for Shepherd’s Cove’s continued success and how their culture contributes to providing exceptional care. [10:26 – 13:13]: Rhonda discusses her organization’s strong commitment to training, people development, and continuous education. [14:33 – 17:50]: Mandy describes how they use their hospice CAHPs survey results to track performance and the value of the quality measure dashboard. [18:55 – 24:03]: Stormy and Rhonda talk about the importance of engaging staff to meet goals and empowering caregivers by letting them know they’re doing a great job. [24:54 – 28:51]: The group discusses the uniqueness of providing end-of-life care and the importance of establishing trust with patients and their families, including tips to do so. Resources Learn more about HEALTHCAREfirst at: https://www.healthcarefirst.com/ Find out more about Shepherd’s Cove Hospice: https://www.shepherdscove.org/ Read the transcript of this episode Listen to more episodes of the Post-Acute POV Disclaimer The content in this presentation or materials is for informational purposes only and is provided “as-is.” Information and views expressed herein, may change without notice. We encourage you to seek as appropriate, regulatory and legal advice on any of the matters covered in this presentation or materials. ©2021 by MatrixCare
Rebekah Farmer, known as @tailoredketohealth on Instagram, is an overcomer of over ten auto-immune diseases, including chronic Lyme disease, chronic C-diff, severe mood disorders, and severe digestive issues, among others. At one point she was told to not expect to live past 30 years old! Fortunately for her, she believed that there is no such thing as an incurable chronic diagnosis! She realized that the body has an incredible ability to heal itself when we remove the external interferences and provide the proper foundation for health. She's now thriving now more than she ever have in her entire life, and now gets to walk alongside others during their own healing journeys! She loves her faith, and also loves nature, bio-hacking, Crossfit, and absolutely loves helping people!Find Rebekah at-IG- tailoredketohealthhttps://tailoredketo.health/
In this episode of DataFramed, we speak with Vishnu V Ram, VP of Data Science and Engineering at Credit Karma about how data science is being leveraged to increase financial inclusion.Throughout the episode, Vishnu discusses his background, Credit Karma's mission, how data science is being used at Credit Karma to lower the barrier to entry for financial products, how he managed a data team through rapid growth, transitioning to Google Cloud, exciting trends in data science, and more. Relevant links from the interview:You can now learn data science with your team for free—try out DataCamp Professional with our 14-day free trial. Data roles at Credit KarmaCredit Karma's mission
Mark Steel is a comedian and writer best known for his BBC Radio 4 shows Mark Steel's in Town, The Mark Steel Lectures and The Mark Steel Solution as well as regular appearances on shows such as The News Quiz, Have I Got News For You, Room 101, Mock the Week, the Graham Norton Show and Question Time. He has also written regular columns in The Guardian, The Independent and Daily Mirror. Mark Steel is guest 148 on My Time Capsule and he chats to Michael Fenton Stevens about the five things he'd like to put in a time capsule; four he'd like to preserve and one he'd like to bury and never have to think about again .Follow Mark Steel on Twitter: @mrmarksteel .Follow My Time Capsule on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook: @MyTCpod .Follow Michael Fenton Stevens on Twitter: @fentonstevens and Instagram @mikefentonstevens .Produced and edited by John Fenton-Stevens for Cast Off Productions .Music by Pass The Peas Music .Artwork by Matthew Boxall .Social media support by Harriet Stevens .This podcast is proud to be associated with the charity Viva! Providing theatrical opportunities for hundreds of young people. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Brendan Kane is the founder of Hook Point, author of Hook Point and author of One Million Followers. Brendan is an expert of growth strategy who thrives on helping individuals and companies systematically find and engage new audiences. He and his team have achieved over 50 billion views online and billions in revenue for their clients, such as MTV, Vice Magazine, Google, Taylor Swift, Rihanna and other massive names. Today we are going to focus on virality across the different social networks and learn how to become viral, how to engage, stand out and dominate organically the various different social networks. All this and much more, up next. Bullet points (00:35) Intro (02:05) The start as an entrepreneur (05:42) Providing value (07:04) One Million Followers: Building platforms and working with Taylor Swift (09:35) The inflection point: Testing methodologies (14:43) Needs vs wants (16:18) Reaching one million followers in 30 days (18:05) How to gain followers (18:26) First: Put followers aside (19:27) Second: Start with research (23:22) Debunking a myth about the algorithm (24:15) Pleasing the algorithm (26:15) Proving to the algorithm that you can hold attention: Stopping the scroll (29:06) How to increase retention (29:50) First: The Jenga theory (31:45) Second: How are you communicating? (33:51) Where to find out more (35:11) Rapid fire question round (35:27) If you ever had to start again, how would you make your money? (36:00) Selling B2B (36:38) What is the most common or biggest mistake that leaders make? (37:16) Who is a great leader (alive or dead) and why? (38:01) How do you identify a good business partner? (39:05) What is one of your proudest moments? (39:48) What is one interesting fact about you that not many people would know? (40:45) Working on yourself (44:44) What daily routines do you have (morning or evening) that have helped make you successful? (46:14) What is the most exciting question you spend your time thinking about? (49:55) What book (or books) changed your mindset or life? (52:02) What advice would you give your younger self? (52:34) What unusual or underrated food or drink should more people try out? (54:54) What makes you happiest? (56:04) Any asks or requests for the audience?
Dr. Christie Cornelius and her team provides private services for animals nearing their end of life. Learn how she started her business in this interview with Dr. Karen Becker. Learn More at https://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2021/11/27/compassionate-care-senior-terminal-pets.aspx
On this week's solo episode with Jay, we dish on:(00:00) Guest Host Ross from 4th and Long Radio (thefourthandlong.com) and Luis with Real Guy Talk Podcast (https://linktr.ee/RealGuyTAlkPod) to talk about Thanksgiving Football (03:50) Which teams are going to boom or bust the rest of the season (30:00) and the game of the week, we think, Patriots vs Titans (46:30)Hit us up on the UNFAIR fan line! 430-901-1906! Leave us a message and you could end up on the show! We got MERCH!!! Support the show and grab a shirt, hoodie, etc.: phrozentee.comPodcast: https://smarturl.it/unfairjjYouTube: https://smarturl.it/unfairjj/youtubeWebsite: https://unfair-sports.comJay produces a weekly podcast with various hosts called UNFAIR Sports, where we take a pensive approach to the sports conversation. Providing thoughtful commentary and opinions around NFL, NBA, College Football, Daily fantasy tips and research with the OSG report, and the latest headlines and news in the sports world. Follow us on the socials belowSocials:twitter.com/unfairsportsFacebook.com/phrozenmedia instagram.com/unfair_sportsmedium.com/unfairJay:Twitter.com/smiznithInstagram.com/smiznithtwitch.tv/smiznith
On this episode of Shunya One, Shiladitya and Amit are joined by Rohit Manglik, Founder and CEO, EduGorilla. He talks to them about how his journey started, the origin story of the company, and what it offers to users. Rohit explains why the impact matrix was missing even when they had successfully started getting a million people to join them. He highlights the problems they faced and how they made sure that the content reaches the students before their exams, why are the other larger Edu tech players not focusing on a particular sector or series of exams. Further, Rohit talks how is their tech team distributed, and why they have around 1500 apps on the app store. Tune in for this and much more. Follow EduGorilla Linkedin & Twitter: https://www.linkedin.com/company/edugorilla-pvt-ltd/ https://twitter.com/edugorilla Follow Rohit Manglik on Linkedin & Twitter: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rohitmanglik/ https://twitter.com/rohitmanglik Tweet to hosts @shiladitya & @doshiamit for your questions or reactions to this episode. To join the Shunya One slack channel, request for an invite here: http://ivmpodcasts.com/shunyaone You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app. You can check out our website at https://www.ivmpodcasts.com/
Fergus Craig is an actor, comedian and writer who won the Hackney Empire New Act of the Year award. He stared in the BAFTA nominated comedies Star Stories and Sorry I've Got No Head, the Emmy winning series Hoff the Record with David Hasselhoff, as well as Extras, Jonathan Creek, Eastenders and Harry Hill's TV Burp amongst others. His latest book, Once Upon a Crime is a spoof crime novel and is out now. Fergus Craig is guest 147 on My Time Capsule and he chats to Michael Fenton Stevens about the five things he'd like to put in a time capsule; four he'd like to preserve and one he'd like to bury and never have to think about again .Buy Fergus Craig's book Once Upon a Crime here: https://www.waterstones.com/book/once-upon-a-crime/fergus-craig/9780751583823 .Follow Fergus Craig on Twitter: @FergusCraig .Follow My Time Capsule on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook: @MyTCpod .Follow Michael Fenton Stevens on Twitter: @fentonstevens and Instagram @mikefentonstevens .Produced and edited by John Fenton-Stevens for Cast Off Productions .Music by Pass The Peas Music .Artwork by Matthew Boxall .Social media support by Harriet Stevens .This podcast is proud to be associated with the charity Viva! Providing theatrical opportunities for hundreds of young people. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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What's better than a free trial? Providing value. Free knowledge won't get you long-term clients. Providing something of value will — and value isn't free.Here's Chris Cooper on the difference between value and price, and why you're doing yourself a disservice by offering free trials.Links:AGuardBeyond the WhiteboardGym Owners UnitedTimeline:1:08 – Value vs. price.6:14 – Value is better than free.9:54 – Knowledge doesn't create value. Action does.
Jeff Staus is a highly successful varsity soccer coach at Arrowhead High School in Wisconsin. He is also the leader of “Let Kids Fly” (LKF), a unique youth soccer program that is rooted in choice, accessibility, limited travel, character development and fun. In the contested space of youth sport, LKF presents an appealing model from which communities throughout the U.S. can learn. In this SGG episode, we discussed: His parents' hands-off approach during his childhood sporting experiences. The two questions he encourages coaches and parents to ask: “Did you have fun?” and “Were you a good teammate?” More dynamic leaders at the high school than ever before. Working hard on “making good people and creating leaders.” Concerns with the professionalization of youth sports. How LKF started. The free play model that was used by many of the top players and nations. The number of kids signed up for LKF in its first four sessions: 125 – 225 – 300 – 500+ (rapid growth). “Free play Thursdays” at LKF practices. The benefits of free play. Deliberate practice on Mondays. A games approach to deliberate practice. Developing as a player. Developing as a person. Documentary: In Search Greatness. Providing kids choices in sports. “Do as many things as long as you can.” The rationale for seasonal registration. A “flipped classroom on the soccer field.” Soliciting parent participation. Accessibility to free play and to a healthy culture of sport. Affordability as a means of accessibility. Supporting kids who want to play collegiately. Impacts of sports travel on families. Why LKF sends all teams to same tournaments. Character development. The intentional embedding of character. Fun. Looking for teachers and parents as coaches. An obstacle: building the program in the broader competitive club soccer environment. Not worrying about the naysayers. His visions of success.
Episode 91: Jay & Ray re-run our politics episode to help soothe your family dinner.carpet baggertoe the linewag the doggerrymanderSubscribe, review, and come find us on Twitter, Instagram, & FB.The Roberto Clemente Museum is a showcase of baseball artifacts, memorabilia, works of art, and photographs related to the life of Pittsburgh Pirates legend Roberto Clemente. Use our promo code W9Y21 at clementemuseum.com to get 10% off Hats and T-Shirts.Big Science Music is an award-winning original music and sound boutique. Providing scoring, sound design, radio, podcast, and all audio-post production services for the advertising, film, and video industries. Grab a taste of the groove salad at bigsciencemusic.comsome of the W9Y sources include phrase finder uk, word wizard forums, etymology online, the OED, American Dictionary of Idioms, Wiki, newspapers.com, stackexchange, worldwidewords.
Depression and PTSD are up to 5 times more common in first responders. In fact, Americans in public service are more likely to die by suicide than in the line of duty. The reality facing our country's first responders is at a critical point. We need to create greater awareness and understanding of the emotional toll our nation's first responders experience through their day-to-day lives and the long-term impact on their well-being, according to Kevin M. Lynch, CEO, and President of The Quell Foundation. We are fortunate enough to have Kevin on our show today. Learn more here. 1:52 First responders being exhausted 2:10 Why are you focusing on first responders? 3:16 Stress or fear playing a role for first responders? 4:19 Do first responders have a higher chance of abusing substances or alcohol? 4:55 Let's discuss how stress affects our minds and bodies Stress management and mental health Long-term effects of stress can include: diabetes, heart disease, decreased libido, stroke, high blood pressure. Long-term effects of stress can include: diabetes, heart disease, decreased libido, stroke, high blood pressure. Most police officers are not required to receive stress management training prior to entering into the workforce “Stressful law enforcement duties are associated with a risk of sudden cardiac death (3)” What does stress do to the brain? Effects of stress on the mind can include: migraines, depression, mood changes, withdrawn, impulsive behaviors, ect Trauma “Experiencing trauma can keep your brain in a hyperactive state, suppressing your memory and impulse control. Trapping you in a constant state of strong emotional reactivity (4)” 6:35 According to your research does gender play a role in stress management? 8:01 To the doctors: How is the stress first responders face affecting their physical health? What are you seeing in the field? 10:33 Is there a generational divide? 11:33 Is this something you can be proactive about? 13:01 Statistics “The #1 Killer of police officers is suicide (1) “Depression and PTSD are up to 5 times more common in first responders. (2)” “85% of first responders have experienced symptoms related to mental health conditions. (2)” “Police officers and firefighters are more likely to die by suicide than in the line of duty. (2)” 14:17 Knowing these statistics, why aren't there more resources for first responders? 15:03 Quell Foundation- Can you give us a program overview? First responders teaching first responders Importance of learning from trusted peers We are working with 2 retired first responders, and 1 active first responder to help create and administer our program. “Police officers reported that they would be more open to talking about mental health if their peers or organization directors started the conversation (5)” Providing tools to combat everyday stresses How we can help prepare first responders prior to experiencing a traumatic event Critical Incident Stress Management. Have a plan laid out that will be available if/when a traumatic incident occurs Providing daily self-help practices that are easily accessible Mindfulness practices Sleeping guides Most people who experience PTSD have trouble with sleep schedules Counseling resources Yoga for first responders General structure of your project Introductory course Kickstarter program to include Mission Statement Screening of documentary followed by discussion General information that will be useful for all first responders Mini crash courses Follow up mini courses to focus on specific topics Module Topic examples: Peer Support Resiliency Stress management Life after work: retirement References https://bluehelp.org/resources/statistics/ (1) https://business.kaiserpermanente.org/insights/mental-health-workplace/first-responder-support (2) https://cdn1.sph.harvard.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/575/2017/07/Sudden-Cardiac-Death-and-Police-Officers.pdf (3) https://www.wholewellnesstherapy.com/post/trauma-and-the-brain (4) https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7559930/ (5) “Executive Medicine Moment” At Executive Medicine of Texas we understand that true health can only be found when you treat the patient as a whole. That's why our Executive Physical Exams are second to none in the amount of testing and information we gather prior to making a wellness plan for our patients. Learn more about how you can take charge of your health at http://www.EMTexas.com Website: StayYoungAmerica.com Twitter: @StayYoungPod Facebook: @Stay Young Media, LLC
Y'all we're so excited to welcome Rebecca Toner of Supportive Supervision to the podcast. Tune in as she & Allison explore the importance of on-going clinical supervision & discuss how to market a supervision arm of your practice. Sponsored by: TherapyNotes™ Brighter Vision Read more about today's episode here: https://abundancepracticebuilding.com/podcast/providing-supervision-in-your-practice/
So you want to make a plan...Where do you start?Join us in our newest episode as we talk with author and financial advisor, Maria Ellis, about 12 different areas to focus on when forming a life plan and a financial plan!ACTION STEPReview your financial situation and make note of things you've done well and things you could improve, then make plans to review your goals with your financial advisor.SUPPORT THE SHOW!CLICK HERE to visit our Patreon - Idea Gym is independently funded - your support helps us bring you the content you love, ad-free!RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODEVisit Maria's Site!Download our Free 30 Day Action Calendar to get started on your future.As a thanks for listening, snag a FREE kindle copy of the best selling book The Gap and The Gain by Dan Sullivan and Dr. Ben HardyWHAT WE DOWe show dreamers how to turn ideas into simple daily actions. You already have all the info you need. It's time to ACT!We help you build confidence by...Providing ideas you can act on todayKeeping promises to yourselfTaking daily steps forwardCreating habits that improve your life and compound into resultsWHO WE AREWe are the action guides. Two family guys shortcutting success ideas into simple action steps that fit a busy life. We put the guru ideas and challenges to the test and modify them to fit any lifestyle. We believe in changeWe believe in the power of compounding daily habitsWe believe you can become the best version of yourself by acting with intention FOR MORE GREAT IDEAS - CONNECT, FOLLOW, SUBSCRIBEPodcast: Apple | Spotify | Google | WebsiteFacebook: @ideagympodcastInstagram: @idea.gymTwitter: @ideagympodcastThanks for listening! Idea Gym is individually funded and produced to be ad-free. We don't promote anything we don't use and love ourselves. You can support the show at our new Patreon linked on our website at Ideagym.info. You can also check out our favorite books list and snag your next great idea via Amazon affiliate links.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/ideagympodcast)
PadSplit is a privatized housing company focused on providing affordable houses. They have over 1,700 units (within just 3.5 years), including single and multi-family properties. PadSplit also increases yield by more than 100 percent for property owners by using existing housing stock as shared housing. Numbers-wise, PadSplit was founded in 2017 and has raised $14.6M in the capital, and was also named one of the top 10 tech companies in Georgia, as well. PadSplit has also been featured in CoStar, Bloomberg, Fast Company, TechCrunch, and other publications. Frank Furman is the Chief Growth Officer at PadSplit. Prior to PadSplit, he worked as a Category Director at Georgia Pacific and as an Engagement Manager for McKinsey & Company in London and Atlanta. A former infantry officer in the United States Marine Corps, he commanded at the platoon and company levels and served two tours in Afghanistan. He has a B.S in Aeronautical Engineering from the United States Naval Academy and an M.S. in Applied Physics from Johns Hopkins University. For more valuable information click on this link and watch the complete episode: https://youtu.be/n2BGhG5NiNM - “Discover Affordable Housing with Frank Furman & Jay Conner, The Private Money Authority” Real Estate Cashflow Conference: https://www.jayconner.com/learnrealestate/ Free Webinar: http://bit.ly/jaymoneypodcast Jay Conner is a proven real estate investment leader. Without using his own money or credit, Jay maximizes creative methods to buy and sell properties with profits averaging $64,000 per deal. What is Real Estate Investing? Live Cashflow Conference https://youtu.be/QyeBbDOF4wo The Conner Marketing Group Inc.P.O. Box 1276, Morehead City, NC USA 28557 P 252-808-2927F 252-240-2504 Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZfl6O7pRhyX5R-rRuSnK6w https://www.youtube.com/c/RealEstateInvestingWithJayConner RSS Feed http://realestateinvestingdeals.mypodcastworld.com/rss2.xml Google Play https://play.google.com/music/listen#/ps/Ihrzsai7jo7awj2e7nhhwfsv47y iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/real-estate-investing-minus-bank-flipping-houses-foreclosure/id1377723034 Watch on ROKU: Roku https://my.roku.com/add/realestateinvestingRoku https://my.roku.com/add/realestateinvesting Watch on Amazon Prime: https://www.amazon.com/How-Locate-Real-Estate-Deals/dp/B07M9WNZR6/ref=sr_1_3
On this episode of UNFAIR SPORTS:- (00:00) Intro- (2:20) The Bigger D, Chiefs or Cowboys?- (13:52) Who wants #1 in the NFL?- (27:11) BEDLAM!!!- (38:08) Jay's PHrozen 5 Recap- (41:20) LeBron/Isaiah dust-up in the pizza box- (54:29) College Football Playoff - Buckeyes O or Georgia D?Hit us up on the UNFAIR fan line! 430-901-1906! Leave us a message and you could end up on the show! We got MERCH!!! Support the show and grab a shirt, hoodie, etc.: phrozenteez.comPodcast: https://smarturl.it/unfairjjYouTube: https://smarturl.it/unfairjj/youtubeWebsite: https://unfair-sports.comJay produces a weekly podcast with various hosts called UNFAIR Sports, where we take a pensive approach to the sports conversation. Providing thoughtful commentary and opinions around NFL, NBA, College Football, Daily fantasy tips and research with the OSG report, and the latest headlines and news in the sports world. Follow us on the socials belowSocials:twitter.com/unfairsportsFacebook.com/phrozenmedia instagram.com/unfair_sportsmedium.com/unfairJay:Twitter.com/smiznithInstagram.com/smiznithtwitch.tv/smiznith
Thank you for joining us on Breakfast With Champions! Today we hear from Bill Hauser, the CEO of the SMB Team, speaker, (newly married) husband, marketing magician, and dirtbike enthusiast. In the last four years, Bill has scaled his law firm growth company – SMB Team – to 300% Year-over-Year growth. But it wasn't always that way. Bill's entrepreneurial spirit was influenced by the 2008 recession that hit his family's business like a ton of bricks. With no shield or plan to protect against the crash, his family quickly lost everything,... filing for bankruptcy and eventually resulting in his parent's divorce. From those trying times, Bill set out on a mission to recession-proof each and every business he could touch so that no business owner would ever experience that same pain again. The SMB Team is the fastest growing business-growth company in the legal industry. Providing cutting-edge digital marketing services, premiere legal marketing coaching, and industry-shattering online education. Servicing hundreds of clients in the legal industry, the SMB Team's mission is to help 10,000 business owners 10X their businesses.
In this episode, Physical Therapist at Kelly Hawkins Physical Therapy, Meagan Duncan, talks about creating safe spaces for the LGBTQ+ community. Today, Meagan talks about trauma-informed care, navigating trauma during the subjective exam, and the importance of consent. How can PTs make clinics safe spaces for the LGBTQ+ community? Hear about the discrimination faced by the LGBTQ+ community, doing community advocacy work, and get Meagan's advice to her younger self, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast. Key Takeaways “Gay men can undergo sexual violence at twice the rate of straight men. 50% of transgender people will experience some kind of sexual violence in their life. It's even more if they're a minority.” “Being trauma-informed is important in any discipline because you don't know what somebody has been through.” “I think it's about really small gestures.” “Starting with paperwork, gender has every option you can think of. If it's a paper form, gender's a blank space.” “We have small flag stickers for every flag that you can think of with all the colours that represent different parts of the LGBTQ+ community.” “Be more vigilant about asking for consent.” “Asking for consent is something that should be ongoing and all the time.” “Education is a big part of asking for consent, because in order to consent to something, people have to understand what it's going to entail.” “Providing options Is a really important part of consent.” “It's not patient-directed care. It's patient-centred care.” “Don't just go around touching people without consent.” “Find a niche. If you can find a niche that you are passionate about and that is needed, you are never going to struggle for work or for satisfaction.” More about Meagan Duncan Meagan Duncan is a Chicagoland native who earned an associate degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant in 2013 from Kankakee Community College. She then worked for six years in an orthopaedic setting while earning a Bachelor's in Interdisciplinary Studies from Governor State University in Illinois. Later, she moved to Las Vegas to earn her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Nevada Las Vegas in 2020. As a PTA, she developed and ran a pro bono clinic at her first post grad job in her hometown of Joliet, Illinois. She now practices in Las Vegas and specializes in pelvic health after completing a specialty clinical rotation with the VA Hospital in Las Vegas. Duncan currently works at Kelly Hawkins Physical Therapy, a prominent outpatient physical therapy company in the Las Vegas area. At Kelly Hawkins, she built a successful pelvic health program that she has overseen and grown over the past year and a half. Duncan also works for NPTE Final Frontier, a premier national physical therapy exam preparation company that works with domestic and foreign trained students to help them pass the board exam. In this role, she tutors PT and PTA exam candidates and assists them with content development. She advocates for students and professionals to balance life outside of physical therapy. Outside of her profession, Duncan enjoys hiking, biking, paddleboarding and anything she can do outdoors with her husband and dog. She is excited to welcome a new addition to her family soon, as her first child is due in a month. Suggested Keywords Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Physiotherapy, LGBTQ+, Inclusion, Trauma, Pain, Discrimination, Sexual Violence, Advocacy, Consent, Pelvic Health, To learn more, follow Meagan at: Email: email@example.com Website: https://www.kellyhawkins.com LinkedIn: Meagan Duncan Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website: https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927 Read the Full Transcript Here: 00:02 Hey Megan, welcome to the podcast. I'm happy to have you on. 00:06 Hey, Karen, awesome to be here. Thank you for having me. 00:09 Yes. And like I said in the intro, today, we're going to be talking about creating physical therapy space, a safe spaces for the LGBTQ plus community. So before we talk a little bit more about that, can you let the listeners know where your passion for this community comes from? 00:27 For um, so I guess I feel like I'm just kind of a fan of the underdog in any situation. And I can't say that I have personally experienced, like so much in this community, aside from having a lot of relationships with people, and seeing what they go through and what life looks like on that side of our world, because it's a very different experience from what I've had as a heterosexual, white female. So when I was in high school, I just kind of ended up best friends with a gay man. And he kind of brought me into the circle of his friends, which ended up being just a really large, wonderful welcoming circle of people on all spectrums of the LGBTQ plus community. So I got really interested in just kind of gay rights and things like that went to marches and did all of that. Tried to advocate for the community as whatever I need to do as a 16 year old, which was not very much. And now I found myself in this position that I can do something which is awesome. And it's not even necessarily something I thought about when I went into the niche that I'm in. But I am really happy to be able to finally say that there's like some baggage behind this lifelong commitment that I kind of said that I had towards the community, but was never really doing anything about it other than like, your like Facebook posts here and there that talk about, you know, advocacy or supporting a community that's not well supported. So I'm happy to be able to do something about it now. 01:56 And let's talk about what you can do, or what we can do as physical therapists to help support this community, because I'm sure a lot of people may be listening to this and say, Well, what does the community need? That's so different from the rest of of other communities? So what is it about this community in particular, that perhaps they're more exposed to certain things? Or do they not get the care that they need? So go ahead, I'll pass the mic over to you. 02:27 Yeah, absolutely. So just discrimination in general, it's a problem in so many realms of social issues, being gender and sexual preference, of course, is one of those huge ones. So people feeling like or actually having less access to healthcare, getting denied health care, or getting given less than optimal treatment, or not really getting the best of their provider because of discrimination or because of biases that those providers have. Likewise, they might be afraid to go to facilities or go get treatments for things that are going through because they've experienced poor care before. So my niche actually, is pelvic floor physical therapy. And in this, there is so much that I can do for the community and physical therapists as well. And I was thinking about this podcast and thinking, what actually makes my job so different from the way everybody should be treating everyone. And I think there's a lot to learn, aside from just treating in pelvic floor PT. But in pelvic floor PT, I see a lot of people in the community because they are much more exposed to sexual violence and sexual trauma. And that correlates really significantly with pelvic floor dysfunctions. So we know from studies that gay men can undergo sexual violence at twice the rate of straight men, transgender people will usually experience about 50% of people will experience some kind of sexual violence in their life, which is a huge number 50%. And then it's even more if they're a minority. So that's a huge community of people where like, most of them need our help or need pelvic floor PT, or need more support than they're getting. So I think that we can play a big role in advocating for people and making spaces where they feel like are welcome. Or be that person that they can come to and after bad experience, bad experience or bad experience in healthcare, they can come to you and feel comfortable. And that's a really great feeling from my end. And I hope that other physical therapists out that out there feel better experienced that because it's awesome. 04:29 And you know, when you're talking about sexual trauma, or sexual assault within this community, I mean, the thing that sticks out to me is trauma. And so there is more and more research. And I think more and more people are now aware of trauma informed care. So can you share with us some of the principles of trauma informed care and why physical therapists should care? 04:56 Yeah, so this is kind of one of those things I was thinking about. trauma informed care and pelvic floor physical therapy is like, every class every time, we're always talking about every continuing ed course, because the nature of the work is so intimate, and very personal. And we're asking questions that make people uncomfortable, and hopefully not too much, but putting people in uncomfortable positions a lot of times, and it takes a lot for somebody to even come into my office to tackle these issues. But I think we should all be kind of treating in that same way. Because we don't really know like, of course, I know, when people come in for pelvic floor PT, they're probably uncomfortable. Like most of the time, people don't really like, want to be there. They're there because they need it. But that goes for a lot of things in physical therapy, right? Like people don't want to have back pain and come in and like, a lot of people don't want to get like touched and massage like, that's not what they intended on doing. But here they are, because they need it. So being trauma informed in any discipline is really important, because you just don't know what somebody has been through. So talking about trauma informed care, I think understanding a little bit more about trauma is probably a good place to start. So I do kind of think everybody should 06:10 reflect a little bit on what that means. So I was thinking of a good example. And I think that trauma can be kind of like pain, where we don't have a measurable, like objective measure for like, what pain is or what trauma is. So I know if a patient comes in says they're in six out of 10 pain, I have a patient with that same diagnosis that might say they're in two out of 10 pain. Or maybe I see, let's say I see somebody with a knee replacement. And I know that like a good healthy knee should have zero degrees extension, right. Or before they leave the hospital, we want them to have 90 degrees of flexion. But like I can't say to somebody, like you have a 15 degree trauma contracture. Like that doesn't make sense. There's no reference point that we know of other than what that person's experienced. So it's important to understand that trauma is different for each person. And some people could be really traumatized by an event. And some people could not really be traumatized by the same event. And that could depend on what factors they have in their cultural background in their other life experiences or the lens that they see things through. So somebody could experience their parents getting divorced, and maybe they came out of that fine. And they're like, Well, I came out of that fine. I don't know why it's so hard for everybody else. But you don't know what it was like to experience that with these other issues around you with being a minority or having financial distress or anything else like that. So understanding traumas is the most important part first. And then when we talk about trauma informed care. And this is from a Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, there's kind of the principles of trauma informed care, what does that mean? So the first part of that is to realize that trauma is a widespread issue. And it is invasive, and pervasive, and it affects people in a lot of different areas of their life. And then also realizing that there are pathways to potential recovery. After that, we should be able to recognize the five signs and symptoms of trauma. So recognize what is trauma look like? Sound like? How does that patient act? How can we pick up on if they're a traumatized individual. So seeing a patient being uncomfortable in your clinic, they might not make eye contact with you, they might not want to face you directly, you might see their body language is a little bit off, their arms are crossed. Things that we've all seen. We all have patients probably every day ranging anything from like that super bubbly, happy patient to the one that comes in and has done PT before and had bad experiences, and they're really unhappy. So recognizing what does that look like, and then responding by implementing that knowledge into practices and policies within just not just yourself, but the the facility as well. So using what you know, to actually change or adopt practices better, going to be more inviting or more informed and make more comfortable spaces for people that are traumatized. And then we have resisting retraumatization. And this, I think, is the most important part for us as clinicians. So thinking about what we can do to make an environment that does not correlate with any kind of trauma, anybody has had to make them have to revisit that. So and that could be anything again, like there's traumatic events that range from, you know, like really terrible sexual violence, and these are maybe things I hear about, but then there's also the trauma of like, having been misdiagnosed or having been told this or that by that provider or getting a hopeless diagnosis or being told that there's nothing that can be done for them. Those are things that we can actively try to resist re traumatizing that patient in. So being on honest and informative, making sure that we're not making false promise promises, but also that we're providing hope. And then thinking about what our space is like. And this is probably relative, maybe a little bit more for like LGBT, t plus LGBT plus community, where I am making sure that my space has signs that say All are welcome here. And things that make people feel invited, because they very possibly have had an experience before where they walk into a facility and like, immediately feel discriminated against or immediately feel like, this is not a place that I want to be here, this is not a place that's going to give me good care, and maybe the Carolinas without a dentist, but at any rate, they've experienced that and probably are very likely more than once. So I want to make sure that whatever I'm doing is not recreating any of that for them. 10:54 And when you are, understanding what trauma is, and really trying to understand the trauma of the person sitting in front of you, right, I would assume a lot of that comes through our subjective exam. So do you have any advice for therapists who are navigating these waters, even newer therapists perhaps are navigating or who maybe aren't, are not as well practiced in the art of the interview? Or in that process of, of that subjective exam? So do you have any like, what types of questions do you ask that kind of stuff? 11:34 Yeah, sure. Um, so I asked a lot of questions and pelvic floor PT. But I think the more important concept around that is, um, sometimes instead of asking questions, I, and that's not that we're talking at patients. But I do take a moment to do this. And if I am getting a sense from a patient, that they may have experienced trauma, that they're not going to share that with me. And that is probably more likely than not, especially on the first day, when I'm doing my initial evaluation, they don't know me, they don't trust me, they don't really want to share any of this with me, let alone even be there. So, a lot of times, I'll take the opportunity to talk about how trauma or how other experiences can relate to pain. So I might say to, let's say to my pelvic floor patients, I don't need to know or I don't need you to tell me any details or anything. But I am aware that trauma increases pelvic floor dysfunction increases pain, and it can really affect the way that people recover. So if there's anything that I can do during this treatment to make you more comfortable in any way, let me know if we need to stop anything. We're doing them, you know. So I might just take it as a piece of information, instead of asking a direct question, like making them tell me, maybe they'll do that later on in another session or two. Maybe I might need to know more at some point. But I've really never ran into that situation. A lot of patients will tell me the extent of it right there. They might do it another session or two. But it's not something that I really want to force out to people like day one, because if if I do that, like are they going to come back? Because that re traumatizing them? Have they been forced to talk about it before. I'm not a psychologist, I'm not a psychiatrist. I'm maybe not the person that they want to share all that with. So I want to make sure they have the open door to tell me about it. But I'm not like dragging it out of them. 13:22 Yeah, that's, that's wonderful advice. I really love that. And the other thing is, that I heard a couple of times during kind of these principles is creating that safe space, creating that space, where like you said, Everyone is welcome. How do you have any other tips and it could be from the person at the front desk all the way to, to the therapist and every employee in between? So are their conversations with the all the employees who work at the within that space? And and this may seem kind of like a silly question, but I think it's important, but colors on the wall artwork, things like that. I think it makes a difference. Right. So what do you what do you think? 14:10 Yeah, so I think that maybe places are a little bit hesitant to, like, fly this giant rainbow flag outside their door, right? Like, I would totally do it if I have my own clinic, but I recognize that I'm like, you know, working we're still working in a world that like from a business model. Maybe we don't want to do that because we want everyone to feel welcome, right? But it doesn't really take much. I think it's about really small gestures. So in our clinic, starting from paperwork, like they fill out paperwork online. And gender, for example, has every option that you can think of. If it is a paper form, gender is a blank space, so that blank space leaves people the option to write how they identify. And I love that option because That's even better than having to choose from like an overwhelming amount of options, or not finding the option that you're looking for. So a blank space for gender is fantastic. And then what we have in our clinic, like I said, small gestures, I think small gestures are really the thing, we have very small little flag stickers, like on the Plexiglas from our front office. Just little flag stickers for like every flag that you can think of, or it has like all the colors that represent different parts of LGBTQ plus community. So that little flag makes such a big difference, because I'll tell you, a lot of our patients are not going to notice it, like your patients that don't identify in any of those ways are not even going to notice it. But those people that do are going to see it, and they're going to love it. And we get compliments on that all the time. They think like, Oh, my God, people are so thankful for this little tiny sticker, we got like four pack on Amazon for like, probably a couple bucks, you know, just doesn't take much. And then another thing that we have in our waiting area is a sign that says All are welcome here. And that's such a simple thing, because that's not offending anybody that's making all people feel welcome. And people that are looking for that in their space, they know exactly what you're talking about when they see that fine. And everybody else is just like, oh, that's a nice thing. And they might not think very much of it. But it's certainly still a good thing to hear like, older people are welcome. Younger people are welcome. Everybody's welcome here. So it's really easy option. 16:29 And I love that these are all really easy, inexpensive, and accessible ways to show that you are working hard on creating a safe space for everyone. And like you said, a safe space for the LGBTQ plus community who oftentimes can't find those safe spaces. 16:48 Yeah, yeah. Another another small thing that I do personally, because I want my patients before I even go into their room maybe to like understand that I'm an advocate, I just have like a rainbow water bottle. And that's what I drink out of that work. And they see that sitting on my desk, and maybe some other stickers on like my laptop and stuff like that. But something that they might see like, Oh, that's my therapist, and they see like a rainbow water bottle. And it's just like a little thing that makes them feel more comfortable. I love it. I love my water bottle, so everybody's happy. 17:19 And do you go out physically into the community for advocacy work or as part of the clinic just so that people know that you're there? You know, like, how, how does that work within your community? Because I'm sure there are people who I mean, I'm in New York City, right? So I talk about like a large amount of people, right? So how do people know how to find? So how do people, especially in these marginalized communities know how to find the people who are creating spaces for them? Yeah, 17:49 so most communities, I'm in Las Vegas have support centers or community centers that support or provide or refer to services like my own or other providers that they know, create these safe spaces. So we have a support center here in Vegas, I've spoken to a little bit, I'm not necessarily within everybody's insurance providers. So that makes things a little bit harder. I'm in pelvic floor PT, I get so many patients from all over. And I've had a very long wait time, it's been tough to go out and mark it. And I'm also leaving for maternity leave actually in a couple of weeks. So I have plans for when I come back to reach out a little bit more, but I have been swarmed with what I have. But going out into these community centers, just letting them know who you are dropping off some cards, I have done that. And that is a really good way to at least get started. Get your name or your clinic out there. And maybe you're not what every person is looking for. But if they have your card handy, and they are providing social services to somebody, they might say, it sounds like you could benefit from this I know a great physical therapist that you could go to. And then, of course, we're a little bit bound by insurances. And that's definitely something I see in my future is trying to provide a little bit more preventive care to people that are uninsured or under insured. But that's probably a future problem for me at the moment. Right. 19:18 Right. And I think that's great advice. So if you're in a city, reach out to local community groups, community centers, things like that, and I think that's a great way for you to get out and in the community and really make a difference. And now there's one more thing that I want to talk about before we start wrapping things up. And that is the importance of asking patients for consent. So you touched on this a little bit, right? But especially in the pelvic floor world. Where does this explained explain to the to myself and to the listeners, how you go about asking for consent And why this 20:01 is yeah, this is definitely like if we can take home anything from if listeners could take home anything, it's to be more vigilant about asking for consent. And I can kind of trace this back to like how I've evolved in asking for consent. And I think about an IC O I think probably hope I'm probably not the only one guilty of this. But when I started, I started as a physical therapist assistant. So way back, when I graduated as a PTA, I went to work at a facility where the, the clinic was pretty manually aggressive, a lot of manual therapy, a lot of kind of aggressive manual therapy, which can be a little jarring for patients that are maybe not prepared for that. But I think about how many patients, I just went into the room and like started palpating, or like, Okay, I'm going to check this and then just like put my hands on them. And I think now about like how strange it would be to just like, grab somebody like psi SS without like telling them where you're going, like grabbing the back of their hips or having them like face a wall and then touching their back. And that can be like a very, that can like reiterate some traumatic events for people being grabbed from behind. That's, it's, I can't believe that I did this being the person that I am now. But I did, I did it every day all the time. And I never really thought about consent, I just figured the patient was there, maybe the provider before me had probably done similar the same things as a PTA, so I assumed PT had done the same. And I just think how crazy that is. Now, to me, it just is like so out there that I would have done that. Um, but asking for consent is something that should be ongoing and all the time. So from the initial evaluation, and education is a big part of asking for consent, I think too, because in order to consent to something, people have to understand what it's going to entail. And for me and pelvic floor, that's certainly relevant because I do do internal pelvic floor exams. So they need to know exactly what I'm going to be doing. And I use a model to demonstrate and to talk about what that's going to entail, and then discuss that they have the option to consent to that or to not consent to that, if they don't, there's other things that I can work on that I can help with. So I don't want them to feel pressured, that they have to consent to anything that I asked for. So consent, those should be informing the patient pretty much every step of the way. So instead of saying, I'm going to check your pelvic alignment, nobody knows what that means, like our patients don't know what that means. So I might ask, Is it okay with you if I touched the front of your hips, and then that's how I started just kind of simple and explaining in layman's terms, what I'm going to do. And a lot of times, I'm asking a patient or giving a patient options. And this is kind of part of trauma informed care is enabling or empowering the patient to make choices or have options. So instead of saying, say I want to do soft tissue work, instead of saying, I will be right back, I'm going to go grab some lotion, and then the patient knows I'm going to do soft tissue, but they didn't get an option to consent to that. I just went to go grab it. And now they feel like they're stuck there. And I'm going to come back with lotion and they're going to get a massage and they don't have a choice. So I might say, I would like to work on this. This is why. So we can do that. If you don't want to do that. We can work on mobility in this other way. So that way they have an option for what they want to do or how they want to do it. So providing options, I think is a really important part of concern. Um, I think yeah, I think that's mostly what I mean with consent. 23:42 Perfect. Yeah, I think that's great. And listen, I used to do the same thing. And I can't believe I did that either. Yeah, just like walking into a room and just like touching. Like, I wouldn't want someone to do that to me. I can't believe I did that. 23:55 I know. And I wonder is that like, a time? A time thing? Like 10 years ago? Was it just more like then we're just more informed now? Or was I just like totally oblivious? Because that's certainly 24:05 possible. I think it's just we're more informed now. I'm gonna I'm gonna go with that, you know, and yeah, and and maybe a little bit of a being oblivious? I don't know. But you're right. Like, I would just come first of all stand up and you just be like, hands on the pelvis. And it's like, what is like, how, what, what was? 24:25 And like next to I think, like, we were just yeah, like not grabbing, 24:30 grabbing onto people's heads and everything. What's that about? I would never do that. Now. You know, even if I'm just going to touch someone's arm. I was like, I'm just gonna put my hands here if that's okay. And we're gonna. Yeah, it just makes so much more sense. And I love the fact that you tied that in with the patient education component. Because I think like you said, you can't have one without the other. It's just so important. 24:55 Right? And I think that we underestimate like how much the patient wants to be educated about things. So and that's a lesson, I think I've learned pelvic floor PT, because so many people did, like they don't even know they have a pelvic floor or what it does. So education's been a huge part of my practice, like the whole first session is really education and training, and bladder and bowel training and things like that. But patients want to know, they want to know all the details, like they love it, tell them so they know what you're doing. So they know if they want that done or not. 25:24 Yeah, absolutely. At your right patients want to know, and it doesn't matter the age, they want to know, what's going on with their bodies and and what they can do to be a part of it. So it's also a great way to empower your patient to understand and take control over their, over their bodies. You know, and and give, give the patient some autonomy and some confidence. 25:49 Yeah. And to give that the patient the opportunity to, like collaborate with you, instead of be told what's happening. So to have the opportunity for them to feel involved and to have a voice in their decision making and understand even why they're making a decision, like so that they might know. Yes, I do want this internal pelvic floor exam done. Because I want to know more about the tone of my pelvic floor so that I can know why I have pain or why I have difficulty emptying my bladder. I want them to be able to make that connection in their head and be able to consent to it. Knowing why. 26:21 Yeah. And it's all part of patient centered care. I mean, that's what we're all supposed to be doing. Right? Yeah, absolutely. It's not patient directed care. It's patient centered care. 26:33 Right. And just as relevant as it is for me and pelvic floor. I think it's the same anywhere else across the board. 26:39 Yeah, across the board. Absolutely. Well, I, you know, I want to thank you. I think this was a great conversation. I feel like I've definitely learned a little bit more about trauma informed care. So I thank you for that. Now, where can people find you? If let's say they have questions, they, you know, they want to know how they can implement some of the things you're doing in your clinic in their own clinics. 27:06 Yeah, sure. So I typically use my work email for anything like that. So that is M Duncan at Kelly hawkins.com. And I like I said, I'm not much of a social media person I wish I could say I was that's probably not the best way to contact me. 27:24 I know you're not missing anything. Don't worry about it. 27:27 Yeah, but I'm always happy to check emails and respond that way. For people trying to figure out where to start. I did want to mention CSM has a lot of great topics on this, I've certainly gotten a lot of information, or directed myself onto what things I'd like to learn more about by going to CSM and going to these discussions. There is some information on trauma informed care at CSM this year, as well as introductions to pelvic floor PT, for those that are interested. And there are always platforms and other lectures on what we can do for the LGBT Q plus community. Excellent. 28:04 Thank you so so much. And before we wrap up, I'll ask you the question I asked everyone. And that's knowing where you are now in your life and in your career, what advice would you give to your younger self? 28:14 That's fine to not just go around touching people. 28:18 Yeah. That advice to each other. 28:21 I think I'm fortunate that never really panned out to be anything too negative, but I would love to go back and not do that. But what I do tell people and recommend as far as career is to find a niche. So my niche is pelvic floor PT. Within that my niche is being passionate and treating the LGBTQ plus community treating patients that are transgender, that is a great niche to be in, not everybody is doing it, it is so needed. If you can find a niche that you're passionate about, and that is needed, you are never going to struggle for work or for satisfaction. Um, it really is kind of been if you build it, they will come situation. And people told that to me when I began pelvic floor pt. And that's what I did, I built a pelvic floor program, the company that I work for now. And like I said, I am very busy, very satisfied with the way my career has gone in. So find a niche and it's not something that every new student is going to know right away. But get out there and explore like go shadow and go find places that are outside your comfort zone. Like I wasn't I didn't think I was going to go into pelvic floor PT. I don't think a lot of us that end up in it do. It's maybe not something I would have thought to shadow I would have been like, that does not sound good. I don't want to do that. But again, outside your comfort zone, go shadow and find therapists that are doing things that you don't think you would ever do, and see if you can find somewhere that you're going to land and be successful. 29:50 I love it. That is great advice. Thank you so much, Megan. I really appreciate your time and your knowledge sharing with myself and the Audience So thank you so much yeah thank you and everyone thanks so much for tuning in and listening have a great couple of days and stay healthy Wealthy and Smart
How He Went From Lifelong Depression to Counselor with Zack Rutledge -lifelong depression -best friend killed summer after high school, plummeted to the deepest depression -flunked out of college -slowly built myself up "brick by brick" using myriad tools (in the book) -became personal trainer, fitness nutrition specialist, certified brain health trainer -earned MA -starting a second MA in January to become a therapist FIND ZACK HERE::https://www.amazon.com/Official-Depression-Relief-Playbook-Strategies-ebook/dp/B08K3R6ZV5 ( https://www.amazon.com/Official-Depression-Relief-Playbook-Strategies-ebook/dp/B08K3R6ZV5) firstname.lastname@example.org Zack S. Rutledge is an ACE Certified Personal Trainer, an ACE Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist, and a Certified Brain Health Trainer through the Functional Aging Institute. He has a black belt in karate, has practiced yoga for almost a decade, and will become a certified yoga instructor in August of 2021. He holds an MA from American University in Washington, D.C., and starts his Licensed Professional Counselor program in January 2022. THE BOOK: In The Official Depression Relief Playbook, Zack S. Rutledge takes his years of battling anxiety and depression and presents top-tier lessons on how to overcome the suffering. Borne out of experience, this book details the effects of conventional, non-conventional, and unexpected treatments. Providing a “D-Day approach” to battling this incessant affliction, it provides a defined action plan which attacks depression and anxiety on the physical, mental, and emotional levels. Simple, actionable, and concise, The Official Depression Relief Playbook will save you years of struggle and provides you with a shortcut to the life you deserve. This book is truly an insider's look at depression, and how to beat it. CONNECT WITH JENN: https://linktr.ee/momofeighteen The podcast is for those of you who know that there is more to life and that our true authentic souls are built for greatness. You are built with strength and love that is meant to shine through times of conflict and times of celebration. You are ready to get to work and live with your true purpose. Support this podcast
We have made mention before the current labor shortage most companies are experiencing. While people may be enjoying a time away from the daily grind, sooner or later, the vast majority will have to return to work. Many mindsets, however, have been permanently changed. The workforce will return, but with a different set of expectations. People are going to look for companies that invest in their employees. Providing training and cultivating a culture of inclusion is key to attracting and retaining employees. It is no longer just about the paycheck. You must be a company known for taking care of your employees and your customers. Be willing to rethink and focus on the individual. Work with employees on their schedules, make them feel special. Show them you want them there. Everyone wants to be where they are appreciated. At the end of the day, when you are nice to your employees, they want to stay. The old rules don't apply anymore. In the new landscape, management may not be for everyone. Make sure you know what you are getting into. Make the effort to stay close to the employees you still have. The ones that are still around are long-term people; make sure you take care of them. Seek to gain understanding and then make the effort to meet people where they are by eliminating stressors when it is within your ability to do so. If the labor force has stressed you out, maybe it is time for a vacation. Reach out to Magical Vacation Planners at 407-442-2694 and let them handle the stress of planning your next vacation.
The Tooth or Dare Podcast welcomes Justin Moody to the Podcast. Graduating from Crawford High School in 1989 and attended the University of Nebraska at Lincoln studying Biological Sciences. While in dental school he was awarded the National Disaster Medical System Appreciation letter for his efforts during the Oklahoma City Bombing, the Teledyne Removable Prothedontic outstanding student award, the Oral Pathology outstanding student award, and completed a mini-residency in the Advanced Education in General Dentistry department. Learning didn't stop after graduating from dental school, Dr. Moody knew that incorporating dental implants into his practice was the right thing to do for his patients. He attended the prestigious Misch International Implant Institute where he was awarded a fellowship and mastership. Providing quality dental care to rural America is a priority of Dr. Moody's, he is the owner of Horizon West Dental Group which has multiple locations in western Nebraska providing state of the art dental care with the latest in technology by some of the most highly trained dentists around. In 2008 Dr. Moody limited his practice to the field of dental implants by opening the first Dental Implant Center in Rapid City South Dakota. ___________________________________________________ In this episode, we were live at AAID! Dr. Moody talks about how he got into implant dentistry, practicing with his childhood dentist, and a few of the strangest things he's seen in his practice. This superhero helped change lives in rural Nebraska by educating patients on the importance of modern practices. While treating his patients, he discovered that dentures, partials, and bridges were not the best solutions and that dental implants were the way to go. Lastly, he discusses a few things that hygienists need to know when someone has gotten an implant done by someone else, in order to spot early signs of an implant failure. Stay tuned until the very end of the podcast for a spicy conversation! Let us know what you peeps think about it. Reach out to Justin at: https://www.justinmoodydds.com On Instagram @drjustinmoody ___________________________________________________ Our hosts encourage you to leave them a review! Find more episodes at https://www.toothordare.ca/ Follow us on Instagram! Podcast: @toothordare.podcast Irene: @toothlife.irene Katrina: @thedentalwinegenist
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The Stock Whisperer gives a prior week break down of what stocks moved and why. Providing tickers and explanation for each one to help his fellow OTCers gain a better understanding and further their knowledge within the OTC world. He also shares his insight on what he expects to happen this week and what he is looking for. He talks about how two former catalysts do not carry the same weight as they use to. This episode is for educational and informational use only and is not intended to provide any professional advice. For topic requests, questions, or if you would like to be a guest send an email to email@example.com. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/its-just-pennies/support
In this episode of Dear Grad Student, Elana chats with Tracy Edwards about getting involved in mentoring as a PhD student. They also talk about owning cats, Academic Twitter, and Tracy's research.Connect with Tracy:Instagram: @thetracysimoneYoutube: Becoming Dr. EdwardsFind all episodes, merch, & ways to support the podcast at: https://deargradstudent.comFind the podcast on Twitter: @DearGradStudentFind the podcast on Instagram: @DearGradStudentPodFind automated closed-captioning on: YouTubeFind Elana on Twitter: @elana_glogerMusic provided by: Open Those Bright Eyes by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4171-open-those-bright-eyesLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/BetterHelp - Online Counseling Get 10% OFF YOUR FIRST MONTH of the world's largest, 100% online, professional counseling serviceDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://patreon.com/deargradstudent)
Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today is Chakri Toleti, the Founder of care.ai, an AI company that focuses on delivering self-aware rooms, smart facilities, and remote patient monitoring to autonomously optimize quality and patient experience. Also, they automate repetitive tasks, predict problems before they occur, and allow providers to focus on the emotional support and personalized care that only they can provide. Chakri was also the President and Founder of HealthGrid, a mobile enterprise patient engagement platform for providers, hospitals, and health systems who want to empower healthy patients populations and manage quality. Tune in to learn more!
This week Amy and Mike talk with film producer and author Stephen Kendrick about the recently released film Show Me The Father. Everyone has a unique father story. Whether positive or painful, it's always personal and can deeply affect the core of our identity and direction of our lives. Kendrick Brothers' SHOW ME THE FATHER is the first documentary film from the creators of WAR ROOM, OVERCOMER, FIREPROOF, and COURAGEOUS Legacy. Featuring a variety of amazing true stories, this captivating movie takes audiences of all ages on an inspiring and emotional cinematic journey. Providing a fresh perspective on the roles of fathers in today's society, SHOW ME THE FATHER invites you to think differently about how you view your earthly father, and how you personally relate to God. Stephen Kendrick is the co-writer and producer of the movies War Room, Courageous, Fireproof, and Facing the Giants and the co-author of the New York Times best selling books, The Love Dare, The Resolution for Men, and The Battleplan for Prayer. Stephen serves on the boards of the Fatherhood Commission and the Christian Film Foundation and speaks at conferences and events across the nation. He and his wife, Jill, live in South Georgia with their six children and he enjoys working alongside his brothers Alex and Shannon at Kendrick Brothers' Productions.
Welcome to another episode of the Action and Ambition Podcast! Our guest today is Najeeb Ghuri, the Founder, Chairman of the Board of Directors, and CEO of NETSOL Technologies, Inc. Initially, Mr. Ghauri was instrumental in the completion of the NETSOL Technologies IPO in 1998 in the USA, which was then the first IT company with operations in Pakistan to be listed on NASDAQ. He subsequently got NETSOL's Pakistani subsidiary listed on the Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) in 2005. He has been nominated twice in the United States for the Ernst and Young ‘Entrepreneur of the year', once in 2001 and again in 2005. Tune in to learn more! You will love it!
Nick Knowles is a presenter and writer best known for presenting DIY SOS on BBC One and the gameshows Who Dares Wins, Break The Safe and 5-Star Family Reunion. He co-wrote the film Golden Years, which stars Simon Callow and Una Stubbs. His latest series, Nick Knowles Heritage Rescue, can be seen on Quest and is available to stream on discovery+. Nick Knowles is guest 146 on My Time Capsule and he chats to Michael Fenton Stevens about the five things he'd like to put in a time capsule; four he'd like to preserve and one he'd like to bury and never have to think about again .Nick Knowles Heritage Rescue is available to stream here: https://www.discoveryplus.co.uk/show/nick-knowles-heritage-rescueFollow Nick Knowles on Twitter: @MrNickKnowles and Instagram @nickknowles .Follow My Time Capsule on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook: @MyTCpod .Follow Michael Fenton Stevens on Twitter: @fentonstevens and Instagram @mikefentonstevens .Produced and edited by John Fenton-Stevens for Cast Off Productions .Music by Pass The Peas Music .Artwork by Matthew Boxall .Social media support by Harriet Stevens .This podcast is proud to be associated with the charity Viva! Providing theatrical opportunities for hundreds of young people. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Adding more to Bible section at PreparingYou.com; Zephaniah - the "Revelation" of the Old Testament; Trends of Change; THE truth; Relating to ourselves; Zephaniah = "Yahweh has hidden"; Kyle Rittenhouse trial; Criminals wreaking havoc; Media spin vs facts presented; Vigilantism; Fire story; Sitting in darkness; What can't YOU see?; Why can't some see THE truth?; Tree of Knowledge; Tree of Life; Information filters; Understanding the Gospel of the Kingdom; Loving/strengthening your neighbor; Ex 14:3; Entangled in the land; biet-vav-resh; Confused? Perplexed?; Enmeshment; Hierarchy in the family; Moving targets; Mt 22:15; Moses ruling by reason; Confusion rampant; Cancelling conversations; Unwillingness to see truth; Learning from sheep; Sheep/Christians don't see well in the dark; Guiding with light; Moneychangers and mammon; Debt/Inflation is not OK; Repurposing safe drugs; Gibraltar example; Loving darkness; "Man of the mountain"; Porters of the Temple; Providing for need; Malmonitis - Head of the porters; Man of the mountain of the house; Temple treasury should flow; Rev 16:5; Psalms 134; Following Christ's commands; Forming congregations; Kingdom structure; Thinking "kingdom"; Safety in staying together; Everyone must learn for themselves; Cognitive dissonance; "Believe" in the real Christ; Practicing pure religion; 2 Pe 2:20; Knowing yourself; Making slaves of your brothers; Making yourself merchandise; Coveting what belongs to your neighbor; Banks; Balaam and Nicolaitans; Wages of unrighteousness; Find one another and gather; Scattering the flock; The alternative network; Learn to be a free society.
On this week's OSG Fantasy Report, Jay (@smiznith) talks with the OSG:(00:00) Recapping Week 10(4:14) QB/WR(17:05) RB/Def(29:41) WR/TE(39:34) Def/ST(46:15) PHrozen PHeaturesCheck out the PHROZEN 5 and follow along!https://twitter.com/unfairsports/status/1436390822078033920?s=21Hit us up on the UNFAIR fan line! 430-901-1906! Leave us a message and you could end up on the show! We got MERCH!!! Support the show and grab a shirt, hoodie, etc.: phrozentee.comPodcast: https://smarturl.it/unfairjjYouTube: https://smarturl.it/unfairjj/youtubeWebsite: https://unfair-sports.comJay produces a weekly podcast with various hosts called UNFAIR Sports, where we take a pensive approach to the sports conversation. Providing thoughtful commentary and opinions around NFL, NBA, College Football, Daily fantasy tips and research with the OSG report, and the latest headlines and news in the sports world. Follow us on the socials belowSocials:twitter.com/unfairsportsFacebook.com/phrozenmedia instagram.com/unfair_sportsmedium.com/unfairJay:Twitter.com/smiznithInstagram.com/smiznithtwitch.tv/smiznith
851 Our guest today is more than an entrepreneur. He is a visionary and humanitarian, and he is on a mission to bring tools and technology from the west and improve ease of living in Libya. He is a father, adventure seeker, and photographer, as well as an innovator and the CEO of the company that is responsible for building the first completely digitized address system for Libya. We're talking Goole Maps meets Yelp across the world! Our guest also created the company that hosts Libya's biggest shared workspace, encouraging entrepreneurs and innovators to meet, connect, and collaborate, further fueling his drive to bring great minds and tools together! Joining us today from Lamah Technologies out of Vancouver, Canada the man literally putting Libya on the map, welcome to the show Taha Elraaid! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/businessbrospod/support
Nathan Bryon is an actor and author best known for playing Joey Ellis in the ITV sitcom Benidorm, Jamie Bennett in BBC Three sitcom Some Girls and Obi in BBC One sitcom Ghosts. He co-created and writes the Sky One sitcom Bloods and his first children's book Look Up!, won the 2020 Waterstones Children's Book Prize. In March 2021, Puffin announced Nathan as the first Puffin World of Stories ambassador. Nathan Bryon is guest number 145 on My Time Capsule and he chats to Michael Fenton Stevens about the five things he'd like to put in a time capsule; four he'd like to preserve and one he'd like to bury and never have to think about again .Follow Nathan Bryon on Twitter and Instagram @NathanBryon .Follow My Time Capsule on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook: @MyTCpod .Follow Michael Fenton Stevens on Twitter: @fentonstevens and Instagram @mikefentonstevens .Produced and edited by John Fenton-Stevens for Cast Off Productions .Music by Pass The Peas Music .Artwork by Matthew Boxall .Social media support by Harriet Stevens .This podcast is proud to be associated with the charity Viva! Providing theatrical opportunities for hundreds of young people. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
THROWBACK to past interview with Vengreso CEO interviewing me about sales content. On this episode of #SellingWithSocial, Connor Dube and I explain the critical importance of leveraging effective sales content. Connor is the Director of Sales and Marketing for Active Blogs, and he's been involved in sales and marketing from a very young age. His insights reach far beyond his millennial years, and you don't want to miss hearing his stories. He understands the relationship needed between marketing and sales departments like few others do, and he shares the top 3 pillars your content marketing needs to be built on in order for it to be successful. Be sure to give this episode your full attention!Leveraging Sales Content is Essential, No Matter Your Company SizeLeveraging sales content is one of the best strategies any company or salesperson can leverage to drive engagement. Content should play a massive role in the life of a modern salesperson because it's a key feature that fuels sales conversations. Buying processes are getting longer and companies employ multiple decision makers that are more informed than ever before. Providing content to prospects allows them to build a trusting relationship with your company, even before they speak to a sales rep.Connor explains that marketing and sales departments must work together to create sales content that sends the right message at the right time. He says, “They have to be married together because the salespeople are going to win by being able to provide the right types of insights to marketing, and marketing being able to regurgitate that into usable content.”Follow this 80/20 Rule for the 3 Pillars of Sales ContentFrom his time managing and training sales teams, Connor has identified 3 main pillars that sales content falls into. Here they are.Educational contentEntertaining contentActionable contentContent marketers and salespeople run into trouble when they start devoting 80% of their content to the actionable pillar. Instead, Connor recommends that only 20% of your content is actionable while 80% is split between the first two pillars. Sales is relational, and educational/entertaining content builds a relationship with a prospect. For the full story behind these 3 pillars and how they can help you improve your sales content game, give this episode your full attention.... listen in for more!
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"You have to engage and connect with your clients, because at the end of the day it's that experience they have. You can get them a fantastic settlement verdict. You can do that for them, but they're going to remember how you treated them during that process." - Roopal Luhana Why is the digital age so apparent in the practice of law? What are the best ways to approach engaging with your clients? Why is it important to differentiate yourself from the competition? How significant is credibility? How is the legal industry changing? A Strong Core: Our Distinguished Panelists Joe Fried, Roopal Luhana, Alexander Shunnarah, and Harlan Schillinger are four individuals changing the game. From truck law to medical litigation, each of these figures does the best thing for the right cause. They all know that strong core values go a long way in the legal game, and aligning those values with your practice will have results for both your community and your bottom line. Roopal Luhana has litigated significant cases nationwide and has settlements up to $586 million in medical malpractice and fraud, in addition to being a leading voice for increasing diversity in industry leadership positions. Joe Fried is one of the original truck crash lawyers in the US and has litigated cases in over 35 states, carving out an innovative niche as he fights for trucker safety. Alexander Shunnarah is ubiquitous and synonymous with amazing personal injury results across numerous Southern states. Harlan Schillinger, the “father of law firm advertising,” pioneered the field we work in today. Each of these names has made a monumental difference to the lives of many — and they're just getting started. Reputation is Everything: The Importance of Credibility To acquire cases, you have to build relationships, and for people to trust you, as Roopal says, you must treat clients like family. Connecting with clients is arguably the hardest part of the job. But providing a personable experience that's informative and engaging reaches beyond just the clients involved in a case — it develops a reputation for your business. Harlan says that "brand is what they think of you when you're out of the room." We look at the power of credibility, the purpose of change and we take a step forward and look at what's shifting in the current legal industry. Drive: Making a Difference When a case is closed, what does it all mean? Have you made a difference? Have lives been changed? These are all questions our panelists face each and every day. Joe Fried doesn't worry about competing with other attorneys. Outside of the courtroom, Joe's focus has shifted to the mental health of those he works with, both clients and colleagues. Roopal Luhana intends to hold companies accountable for their moral dishonesty. The Zantac litigation, a high profile case Roopal led, outlines the immoral behavior of companies on a global level. Providing secure foundations for those in need — whether they're clients, employees, or colleagues — is the mark of a true game changer. Key takeaways: Credibility: Commit to the cause and display authenticity. Respect: Make change through action. Connection: Truly understand your clients and be honest. Links and Resources The Game Changing Attorney Podcast Michael Mogill Facebook Michael Mogill Twitter Michael Mogill Instagram Michael Mogill LinkedIn Crisp Website Crisp Facebook Crisp Twitter Crisp Instagram Crisp LinkedIn Joe Fried LinkedIn Roopal Luhana LinkedIn Alexander Shunnarah LinkedIn Harlan Schillinger LinkedIn
Did you know there's a lot of crossover between the characteristics that make someone vulnerable to human trafficking and common characteristics of children in foster care? Did you also know that a significant percentage of victims nationwide have a history in the child welfare system? Whether you are a foster parent, adoptive parent, or someone that wants to learn how to spot the warning signs of human trafficking, we all have a duty to be aware of what those are. In this episode, I'm talking with Meghan Reedy, Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and the Clinical Director of Eden's Glory, a restoration home for adult survivors of human trafficking. She shares about the women they have been able to support at Eden's Glory, how traffickers will typically prey on disadvantaged people, common red flags you should be on the lookout for, how she remains hopeful through the heartache, and a whole lot more. If you are a victim of human trafficking or know someone else who may be, call the Human Trafficking Hot Line at 888-373-7888 or text 233-733