Jody Jackson discusses if she thought it would be possible for the Arizona Diamondbacks to land Eduardo Rodriguez this offseason, what she believes Rodriguez will bring to the D-backs rotation and if there is anything else she would like to see the team address this offseason.
This week on Speakernomics, Robert Kennedy, III speaks with International tour expert, Elaine Rodriguez, about the significance of retreats for speakers and coaches. Elaine discusses the planning process, pricing considerations, and the importance of aligning the retreat theme, activities, and location. She emphasizes the need for a balance between learning and free time for participants to absorb information. In this episode, Elaine will share: Retreats for Impactful Messaging: Retreats are presented as a pure way to convey messages, connect with clients, and facilitate transformations, allowing speakers to impact their audience more deeply. Strategic Planning and Pricing: Speakers are advised to plan retreats at least nine months to a year in advance, considering audience affordability. Pricing should reflect the value provided, with an emphasis on not undervaluing one's time and effort. Balancing Structure and Spontaneity: The ideal retreat schedule includes a mix of learning, coaching, and free time. Leaving room for spontaneity allows for unexpected, impactful activities and enhances the overall retreat experience. A transcript of this episode is available to NSA Members in the NSA Digital Vault Catalogue. Answer our Question! Head over to www.Speakernomics.com/voicemail and leave us a voicemail answering our question and we may use your recording on an upcoming episode of Speakernomics! Question: What is the one thing you want people to walk away with after working with you that would change their lives forever? And what can you do to make that message clearer? Who is Elaine Rodriguez, CPC, ACC, ELI-MP? A 14-year veteran of the travel industry, Elaine has impacted the lives of travelers from all over the world through tour directing, tour planning, and now as a retreat planner for speakers, coaches, and facilitators through her company Essential Retreat Experts. Elaine keynotes on customer service, leadership, and teamwork, using her stories from her time on the road to inform – and entertain – her audiences. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We have heard the saying, 'Just pray it away'. This can lead to shame, disappointment, and isolation. God uses the Body of Christ to bring healing. We heal in community. If so, how can we best be a healing community for our loved ones? In today's episode, Christian counselor Andrew Rodriguez shares ways God uses families and community to bring healing. PsychoBible - Andrew Rodriguez's YouTube Channel Andrew's video mentioned in The Bridge Between Us: Andy Stanley, Unconditional Conference, and Pope Francis: Christianity's Sexuality Crisis Evaluation Other mentioned TBBU podcast episodes: Eps. 7 with Deborah Barr Eps. 33 with Andrew Rodriguez
One of the biggest puzzles is why some people carry so much anger, pain, depression, or anxiety even though they haven't experienced a "real trauma." This might be a sign of chronic invalidation, when someone received consistent messages that their emotions aren't valid when they're growing up. Chronic invalidation can infect early caregiving environments and can have devastating impacts on mental health in adulthood. In this episode, we talk with Dr. Marcus Rodriguez, associate professor of Pitzer College, Director of the Global Mental Health Lab and founder of the Youth and Family Institute (not to mention, our "lab brother" from Duke). Dr. Rodriguez describes what chronic invalidation looks like and how it can be treated with evidence-based therapies. To learn more about Dr. Rodriguez's clinical services for family and adolescents, check out his Youth & Family InstituteTo learn more about clinical trainings with Dr. Rodriguez, check out his training servicesSupport the showFor more info about this podcast, check out: www.alittlehelpforourfriends.comFollow us on Instagram: @ALittleHelpForOurFriends
Charles left the army and immediately launched himself into entrepreneurship. It wasn't all smooth sailing, but he found a way to his current niche and is finding a way to make it happen. MK3 Industries | Your Automotive Equipment Supplier | MK3 Industries
This week we're replaying a classic episode where Steve and Yvonne interview John Duff and Alex Hilliard of Hilliard Martinez Gonzalez LLP (https://www.hmglawfirm.com/). Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here to Rate and Review View/Download Trial Documents Case Details: Texas trial attorneys John Duff and Alex Hilliard of Hilliard Martinez Gonzales LLP share how they secured justice for the family of 60-year-old truck driver Juan Perez, who died after falling through Rodriguez Trucking's rotted roof onto a cement floor 12 feet below. Juan was a dedicated employee of Rodriguez Trucking for 17 years, contrary to the defense's claims that he was not employed by the company at the time of the incident, and was asked to help repair the roof without a safety harness or training of any kind, both of which resulted in a serious Office of Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) violation. A San Patricio County, Texas jury found Rodriguez Trucking owner Isaac G. Rodriguez, Sr. negligent and returned a verdict of $18 million, including $10 million in punitive damages. Guest Bios: Alex Hilliard Alex Hilliard is a dedicated advocate for those who have been injured or have lost a loved one due to another party's negligence. Alex is committed to championing his clients' interests, understanding the challenges they face, and helping them secure compensation for their losses. Alex's top priority is achieving the most just case resolution for his clients, be it trial or settlement, which is seen in his tireless investigation and persistence. He has distinguished himself with the loyalty and support he shows to his clients in his determination to ensure that their voices are heard. His kindhearted nature makes him perfect for his position in personal injury and wrongful death cases – he handles clients with the sensitivity that is required yet is committed to researching and crafting a strategy that strengthens each case. He brings passion on behalf of those he serves and shares empathy with those victims of tragedy at all times. Having clerked at HMG for three years while attending St. Mary's Law School, Alex worked on many aspects of personal injury and wrongful death litigation, including the high-profile ignition-switch litigation against General Motors. HMG represented injury victims and families of those killed in accidents caused by GM's defective ignition switch and their concealment of safety defects. This multi-district litigation is considered the single largest product liability litigation in US history, resulting in a $575 million settlement. In September 2018, Alex was appointed to the Plaintiffs' Litigation Committee for the MSU/Nassar Class-Action in the United States District Court for the Western District of Michigan. Currently, Alex is part of a class action litigation team that represents diesel truck owners fighting against U.S. auto manufacturers — Ford, General Motors, FCA (Chrysler) — for allegedly selling millions of diesel trucks equipped with defective CP4 fuel injection pumps that disintegrate and destroy the truck's engine, leaving consumers with repair bills that range from $8,000.00 to $20,000.00 per vehicle. Alex is a sought-after speaker, and he regularly presents on cutting-edge legal topics. This year, Alex will address audiences across the country about how law firms can improve results by conducting in-house mock trials. In the past year, Alex has lectured at the Advanced Personal Injury Law Conference in Dallas on the latest tactics in the financial aspect of budgeting a personal injury lawsuit and was a featured speaker at the Texas ALP 2018 Fall Education Conference. Alex regularly speaks at continuing education events for the Texas Bar College and the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Civil Trial, Civil Appellate, and Personal Injury Trial Law, and was honored to speak at the 2018 LitiQuest Litiquest 2018 conference at Google Headquarters in New York. Alex often gives back to his community by working with local middle school, high school, and college mock trial teams. He enjoys working with the students and helping them expand their knowledge of mock trial techniques. Read Full Bio John Duff John C. Duff earned his law degree from St. Mary's University School of Law in San Antonio, Texas, after graduating Presidential Scholar from Texas A&M University-Commerce. While pursuing his Juris Doctorate Degree, John was involved in St. Mary's School of Law's External Mock Trial Advocacy Program. John received numerous awards for his trial advocacy skills, including Best Defense Advocate at the Capital City Challenge in Washington D.C. John was also the leader of the team that brought St. Mary's its first national championship from the William Daniel National Invitational Mock Trial Competition in Atlanta, Georgia. For his relentless dedication and performance on the St. Mary's Mock Trial team, John was inducted into the Order of the Barristers National Honor Society in April 2016. While earning his Juris Doctorate degree and competing for the St. Mary's Mock Trial team, John also gained extensive real-world practice experience clerking for three criminal defense attorneys in San Antonio specializing in federal criminal and juvenile law. Read Full Bio Show Sponsors: Legal Technology Services - LegalTechService.com Digital Law Marketing - DigitalLawMarketing.com Harris Lowry Manton LLP - hlmlawfirm.com Free Resources: Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 1 Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 2
It is now December, so Amanda and Tim are back with another mailbag episode! They begin by telling about their trip to New York City to interview TikTok and Instagram superstar Devon Rodriguez. The conversation continues with advice for someone looking to come into the teaching profession, a discussion on the best holiday gifts for art teachers, and some conversation on how to get through the last few days before winter break. If you have a question for a future mailbag episode, email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a voice recording at 515-209-2595. Resources and Links The Perfect One-Day Lesson Moving from the Classroom to the Art Room Listen to last month's mailbag episode
This week I had the pleasure to sit down for a conversation with another new Linkedin friend, Abigail Rodriguez. Abigail is a powerhouse in the copywriting and email marketing space and has helped dozons of nonprofits wake up and see the value of email marketing. After working for other companies and honing her skills, she ventured out on her own to form the company WordHouse. You can connect with her on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/abigail-rodriguez333/ Or visit her website : https://www.mywordhouse.com/ This week's episode is brought to you by Elevate + Accerlate. A new webinar that we will be launching on October 11th. We'll be teaching you how to elevate your community and accelerate them into monthly givers. Registration is now open! https://services.catch22nonprofit.com/elevationwebinar If you are looking to get a FREE 15-minute audit of your organization's marketing, book a time with me and let's talk! https://services.catch22nonprofit.com/book-with-me-page Don't forget to like and subscribe to keep the show alive!
Carrington from Love Island USA 2 and Love Island Games joins me to talk about his time on the show!Dylan Deckard Social Media Links:Chillin with Dylan InstagramDylan Deckard InstagramDylan Deckard TikTokDylan Deckard TwitterCarrington Rodriguez's Social Media Links: - Instagram
Tonight Live at 8PM EST We're Tier List ranking the movies of Quentin Tarantino, Eli Roth and Robert Rodriguez! Movies like The Faculty, Pulp Fiction, Thanksgiving, Hostel, Desperado, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, From Dusk Till Dawn YOU GET THE IDEA! See you there! Want over FIFTY more of these livestreams UNCENSORED that you've never seen before? Check out our Patreon HERE: https://www.patreon.com/wewatchedamovie --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wewatchedamovie/support
we are joined byEsteban Rodriguez to talk about his upcoming fight THIS SATURDAY for @BKFC against Keegan Vandermeer ! We also give you our picks for Saturday's #ufcaustin Brought to you by Potter's Tree Service check them out for any : Tree removal Tree trimming Chipping Service Storm Damage Clean up Walnut Logging or Lot Clearing ! https://www.facebook.com/1potterstreeservice 1-269-953-6290 #bkfc #bkfc56 #mma #ufc #bareknuckle #bareknucklefc #bareknucklefightingchampionship
Below The Belt Show (www.belowthebeltshow.com) presents another incredible show. We will be presenting our the rest of our incredible interviews from on location at the National Hispanic Foundation of the Arts annual event, Noche Musical! First BTB's own Al Sotto interviews actor Ramon Ramirez from Will Trent along with Representative Joaquin Castro! And in our feature interview we talk to the beautiful and talented Camila Morrone from Daisy Jones and the Six! We ask Camila about her recent Emmy nomination as well as her upcoming feature film Gonzo Girl where she was directed by Patricia Arquette, her thoughts on the SAG AFTRA strike and what her dream projects are! Don't miss it! BTB's host with the most Al Sotto brings to you another entertaining program! This week we welcome back filmmaker "The Rainmaker" Michael Dougherty, "Sith Lord" Darth Paul Wallis and later in the program, cosplayer extraordinaire Wes Whitlock! The guys do our picks for WWE's Fastlane premium live event and talk about whether DVDs and physical media are still important today! Song Credits: Classic Cut - Sheryl Crow "All I Wanna Do"
Dive into an enlightening conversation with Rolando Rodriguez, a distinguished Financial Services Professional, in our latest podcast episode! Rolando shares his passion for uplifting others, evident in his frequent shoutouts for fellow entrepreneurs and charities. Discover the driving force behind his commitment to encouragement and empowerment. Reflecting on life's journey, Rolando provides a glimpse into the advice he would impart to his younger self, revealing the age at which this wisdom would have been most impactful. It's a heartfelt exploration of personal growth and the lessons learned along the way. The episode takes a deep dive into Rolando's entrepreneurial journey, unraveling the beginnings, struggles, breakthroughs, pivotal moments, and the key individuals who shaped his success in the financial services industry. Gain insights into the makings of a thriving entrepreneur and the invaluable experiences that paved the way. Rolando demystifies the secret to financial freedom, sharing the principles that can unlock the path to financial independence. From the ideal financial path for different life stages to smart investment strategies, he provides actionable steps tailored to individuals at various points in their financial journey. Ready to transform your perspective on entrepreneurship and financial well-being? Join us for a thought-provoking episode with Rolando Rodriguez on Entrepreneur Journey
We invite you to join in for a transparent conversation about a journey with Christ through sexual identity. It was such a blessing to have Estefany Rodriguez join us in the studio! ⚠️ Before you listen, we do want to give you a trigger warning for this episode. Childhood sexual abuse is discussed in this conversation. ⚠️ Estefany begins her story by sharing about the sexual abuse she experienced as a child. Aside from the abuse, she knew that she had what she describes as different feelings towards girls. Having a Catholic background, she was aware that same-sex attraction was considered a sin. After high school she officially identified as a lesbian and began a 5-year relationship with a girl she met at work. Estefany eventually wound up at GCU and a class had her reading the Bible weekly for homework. She was adamant that the Christians at GCU would not convert her. The Lord revealed Himself to her as she was studying the Bible and He truly came alive through His Word. Slowly but surely, Estefany was coming to know who Jesus was. Her life was forever changed when she gave her life over to Him. With that came a decision - would she remain in the lesbian lifestyle or fully surrender and live the life Jesus has for her? Sam Brown's episode - https://open.spotify.com/episode/1uAwphB5YWM2M6ZZR60tJ7?si=cef0b04e821f4fb1 *available wherever you listen to podcastsParents of Prodigals Care Group - https://dscchurch.churchcenter.com/registrations/events/1588370Gay Girl, Good God by Jackie Hill Perry - https://www.amazon.com/Gay-Girl-Good-God-Always/dp/1462751229/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3HIK44A3ZP9IL&keywords=gay+girl+good+god&qid=1697389935&sprefix=gay%2Caps%2C536&sr=8-1Single, Gay, Christian: A Personal Journey of Faith and Sexual Identity by Gregory Coles - https://www.amazon.com/Single-Gay-Christian-Personal-Identity/dp/0830845127/ref=sr_1_1?crid=6DTRN722NYD6&keywords=single+gay+christian+gregory+coles&qid=1697390006&sprefix=single+gay+christian%2Caps%2C143&sr=8-1Washed and Waiting: Reflections on Christian Faithfulness and Homosexuality by Wesley Hill - https://www.amazon.com/Washed-Waiting-Reflections-Faithfulness-Homosexuality/dp/0310534194/ref=sr_1_1?crid=70Z22K7PRHN6&keywords=washed+and+waiting+wesley+hill&qid=1697390048&sprefix=washed+and+wwaiting%2Caps%2C123&sr=8-1CHANGED Movement - https://changedmovement.comRainbow Revival - https://rainbowrevival.orgWant to connect with Estefany? Email Sarah Schalow at email@example.com to get started.
This week, Katie and Brit are blessed to be the guests on The Cinedicate: Film & TV Podcast. Host Armand Haddad leads a spirited discussion of Eli Roth's THANKSGIVING (2023). Did it satisfy our cravings? Or leave us wanting more? Listen and find out!Thank you to Armand and The Cinedicate for having us and sharing this fun episode with our listeners! Follow for more episodes on Cinedicate.com Stay Spoopy ya'll!From The Cinedicate:Thanksgiving, a once highly anticipated horror film, generated immense excitement through its captivating and gruesome trailer in Tarantino & Rodriguez's Grindhouse . However, as viewers flocked to the theaters, they were met with a lackluster film that failed to live up to the promises of its trailer. This podcast explores the disappointment and missed opportunities of Thanksgiving, delving into the reasons behind its downfall. From the lack of violence to the missed chance for campy hilarity, join us as we unravel the discrepancy between the highly anticipated trailer and the lackluster reality of Thanksgiving by Eli Roth.The trailer for "Thanksgiving" had a perfect balance of campiness and humor that had viewers excited for what was to come. Lines like "all will be carved" and the turkey puppet scene were both horrifying and funny at the same time. But unfortunately, the movie didn't fully embrace this campy route. Perhaps the director, in his serious directorial approach, may have felt that camp wasn't something he wanted to pursue anymore. But as a viewer, I can't help but feel that the film missed an opportunity to fully embrace its comedic potential.Read More on Cinedicate.com.This episode belongs to The Cinedicate: Film & TV Podcast. This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Peter Rodriguez is the dean of the Rice University Jones School of Business, which has had a lot of news to celebrate this month. The school was ranked the number one for graduate entrepreneurship programs for the fifth consecutive year. Dean Rodriguez also shares more about two impactful initiatives the school has announced this month in energy business and beyond.
Pide a los jóvenes informarse sobre las propuestas de los candidatos, y que la inseguridad es más importante : Xóchitl Gálvez Un accidente de camioneta en la carretera Mapastepec Pijijiapan en Chiapas deja 18 migrantes lesionados Fue inaugurado el Festival de Flores de Nochebuena sobre Paseo de la ReformaMás información en nuestro podcast
Thanksgiving, a once highly anticipated horror film, generated immense excitement through its captivating and gruesome trailer in Tarantino & Rodriguez's Grindhouse . However, as viewers flocked to the theaters, they were met with a lackluster film that failed to live up to the promises of its trailer. This podcast explores the disappointment and missed opportunities of Thanksgiving, delving into the reasons behind its downfall. From the lack of violence to the missed chance for campy hilarity, join us as we unravel the discrepancy between the highly anticipated trailer and the lackluster reality of Thanksgiving by Eli Roth.The trailer for "Thanksgiving" had a perfect balance of campiness and humor that had viewers excited for what was to come. Lines like "all will be carved" and the turkey puppet scene were both horrifying and funny at the same time. But unfortunately, the movie didn't fully embrace this campy route. Perhaps the director, in his serious directorial approach, may have felt that camp wasn't something he wanted to pursue anymore. But as a viewer, I can't help but feel that the film missed an opportunity to fully embrace its comedic potential.Read More on Cinedicate.com----------Listen to Brit and Katie on their podcast, The Grindhouse Girls.----------Support Cinedicate on PatreonThe Cinedicate on InstagramThe Cinedicate's Discord Community Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Dodgers are bringing back Jason Heyward on a one-year, $9M deal. Is this something the Dodgers should have done? In terms of value, does Heyward bring that value to the Dodgers? Plus, a general look at value in baseball. Lastly, the Dodgers were linked to Cuban-born pitcher Yariel Rodriguez. A look at who Rodriguez is, what he would bring and if the Dodgers should be legitimately interested. Locked On Dodgers, the daily podcast about the Los Angeles Dodgers with hosts Jeff Snider and Vince Samperio, is part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Be sure to subscribe to Locked On Dodgers wherever you get your podcasts and on YouTube, and come back every weekday morning and spend your morning commute with two of the biggest Dodger fans you'll ever meet. Thanks for making Locked On Dodgers your first listen every day, and please tell your friends! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! FanDuel Score early this NFL season with FanDuel, America's Number One Sportsbook! Right now, NEW customers get ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS in BONUS BETS with any winning FIVE DOLLAR MONEYLINE BET! That's A HUNDRED AND FIFTY BUCKS – if your team wins! Visit FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON to get started. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This episode of the Overcomfort podcast is for the ladies! I sit down with one of my best friend Isaac Rodriguez and ask him questions girls are dying to know. We get into the intimate questions, toxic ones and Isaac even gets to ask me questions guys would want to know. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What happens when a pastor/theologian loses his faith? Matt Whitman, host of the Ten Minute Bible Hour Podcast, sits down with Rebecca Carrell and Liz Rodriguez to talk about the massive cultural shifts of the last few decades, how they disassembled his faith, and how the Lord put it back together. If you've found faith tricky, if you wrestle with doubt, if faith feels complicated, then this show is for you.Find out more about Matt Whitman and enjoy his content at https://www.thetmbh.com/ ,https://www.facebook.com/thetenminutebiblehour , and @theTMBHWe love hugs! And when you rate, review, and share Honestly, Though on Apple Podcasts (and all podcast platforms), we see it immediately, and it feels just like a big, warm hug. Thank you in advance for taking an extra moment to make sure others find us in the algorithms. And speaking of finding us...Honestly, Though: @honestlythoughthepodcast (FB & IG(Rebecca Carrell: https://www.rebeccacarrell.com/ ; IG - @RebeccaCarrell ; Twitter: @RebeccaACarrell ; FB - Rebecca Ashbrook CarrellLiz Rodriguez: IG: @lizannrodriguez ; FB - Liz Rodriguez - https://www.facebook.com/liz.rodriguez.92775Nika Spaulding: stjudeoakcliff.org ; IG - @NikaAdidas ; Twitter - @NikaAdidasWe have the world's best producer! Are you interested in podcasting? Do you know someone who is? Taylor Standridge can help with audio engineering, production, editing, show mapping, and coaching. Connect with Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter: @TBStandridge
On today's episode of Suncast Reagan and Josh preview on if the most anticipated Sun Conference games in recent memory as St. Thomas and Keiser football prepare to square off in the second round of NAIA playoffs. Then, we hear from three captains of the two teams. St. Thomas defensive end Nick Engler and gaurd Lucas Rodriguez join Reagan followed by Seahawks running back Jaden Meizinger.
We believe wholeheartedly that the future pastors and leaders are sitting in our very seats each and every Sunday. These 3x10's allow for three of our Awaken U students to speak from their own experience and passion for 10 minutes each. Don't miss out on hearing from three different Eastlake leaders!
McNair Hall is home to an impressive collection of public art. With 19 installations that have been an intentional element of the building renovations since 2018, Rice is proud of the diverse permanent collection, which represents artists of a number of different ages, countries, genders and backgrounds. The new art helps communicate our philosophy that a good piece of art forces you to think, engage and have an opinion. So today, we sit down with Alison Weaver and Dean Peter Rodriguez to discuss this exciting and important collection. Alison Weaver was named founding executive director of Rice University's Moody Center for the Arts in July 2015. Prior to her appointment, she was the director of affiliates for the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York. At the Guggenheim, Weaver led its programs and operations in Berlin, Bilbao, Venice, and Las Vegas, while managing its departments of exhibition management, registration, art services, and library/archives in New York. Peter Rodriguez has been the dean of Rice Business since 2016. Since then, he has doubled MBA enrollment, grown the tenure-track faculty by more than 35%, introduced the first online graduate degree at Rice, launched the undergraduate business major, renovated McNair Hall and helped the Rice Business community survive Hurricane Harvey and grow stronger during COVID. Alison and Peter discuss how the initiative started, the overarching theme for the collection, dive into the significance of the pieces you see in the halls and outside the building, and the symbiotic relationship between business and art.Owl Have You Know is a production of Rice Business and is produced by University FM.Episode Quotes:We are living in a world without boundaries17:38 [Alison Weaver] This idea, that instead of thinking about things as siloed and maybe individually—let's say, fields of expertise staying in their lane—I think the real question is: What can we learn from each other, and what exciting sparks are generated when those fields collide? So when you think about artists and the creative problem-solving that they do, and many are research-driven in their practice, they are looking deeply into questions that concern them. And those could be questions of the environment. They could be questions of, in the case of the artist Beverly Pepper, she's interested in big pharma. How is the pharmaceutical industry affecting our culture and our public health? These are questions that aren't just purely aesthetics. And I think that what I hope putting art into spaces can do is really open up those fields of inquiry for unexpected exploration.Art is beyond museums23:43 [Alison Weaver] The artwork that meets people where they are—where they're studying, living, and working—is quite different. We do exhibitions at the Moody, and of course, I love it when people come to see them, but they come and go, so you have a snapshot in time, but not that durational relationship, and that's special.On creating a platform for the intersection of art and ideas06:55 [Peter Rodriguez] If you think about where organizations create value, it's through the creative process. You have to find solutions to complex problems to create value in the world. And that's less about being cloistered away and, you know, sharpening your pencil and green eyeshade on doing work than it is about trying to work together. And opening your mind to things that haven't been done before and ways of proceeding. And so that's what we want our students to think about: how do they open their minds and use their very best of all that they know to make change happen and to make progress in the directions we want? So whether it's medicine, the energy transition, or tech, creativity is at the heart of everything businesses need to do. And we needed a way to live that a bit more than we were living it at the time.On making art accessible30:55 [Alison Weaver] One of the interesting things about public art is that there is no barrier if it's in your everyday world. And so, the work behind us is here all the time. Whether people are taking classes or studying in the building, they will pass by it. They might spend time looking at it and might not. I think the best way to—I wouldn't say explain, but to make accessible—any art, but certainly contemporary art, is to make it familiar and accessible, like public art. So we start there by just putting it where people already are.Show Links: Rice Business Public Art Collection Mission | Moody Center for The Arts Rice Public Art | Moody Center for The Arts Transcript Guest Profile: Alison Weaver Peter Rodriguez | Rice Business
In this special 2023 Society for Neuroscience Meeting, Lesley discusses the experience of attending the SfN conference for the first time with postbaccalaureate at the National Eye Institute, Alexis Green; presenting a poster and developing connections at SfN with postdoctoral researcher at MPFI, Dr. Tim Holford; and further discuss new insights in Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) research with Professor, and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at Stanford University School of Medicine, Dr. Carolyn Rodriguez. Episode Guests: Alexis Green Tim Holford Carolyn Rodriguez @CRodriguezMDPhD https://med.stanford.edu/rodriguezlab Do you enjoy watching the podcast? Feel free to like this episode and follow us to hear more. Max Planck Florida's Neurotransmissions Podcast Website: www.mpfi.org/news-media/podcast Social Media: @MPFneuro Twitter: twitter.com/MPFNeuro Instagram: www.instagram.com/mpfneuro Facebook: www.facebook.com/MPFNeuro Episode host: Lesley @Colgan_Lesley Visit www.mpfi.org/ for more information about the Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience
Join us for an enthralling conversation with Ernesto "Starboy" Rodriguez, the dynamic Cuban MMA fighter. He shares his journey, detailing the challenges of growing up in Cuba and how his immigrant mindset became an asset in achieving his American dream. Ernesto invites us into his world of wrestling, talking about its impact on his fighting style and the importance of mental strength in sports and life. He's ready to take on the future, and his excitement is infectious! Our adventures continue as we turn the spotlight on the ins and outs of MMA training. The grit, the sweat, the dedication - we discuss it all. From Ernesto's wrestling roots and recent fights to the upcoming match at the Sahara Hotel, we hold nothing back. Exploring his training regimen, weight class challenges, and his comfort in the welterweight category, we give you an exclusive insight into the demanding world of mixed martial arts. In the final act, the tempo rises as we talk UFC dreams, Modelo beer, Yoruba religion, and yes, the infamous cauliflower ears. Ernesto speaks candidly about his desire to be signed by Dana White, and the hurdles he faces staying active in the sport. We also dive into the cultural significance of Yoruba in Cuba, the love for Modelo beer, and street fights. Wrapping it up, we explore the Conor McGregor phenomena, the thrill of live Conor fights, and contemplate sponsorships for Ernesto. It's a rollercoaster of a chat you wouldn't want to miss! --------- EPISODE CHAPTERS --------- (0:00:03) - The Starboy (0:04:54) - Training and Preparation for Upcoming Fight (0:12:17) - Attracting UFC, Manifestation, and Future Goals (0:23:16) - Modelo, Yoruba, God, and Cauliflower Ears (0:35:24) - Conor McGregor and Upcoming Fight Discussion
CW: Death, Transphobia, Child Abuse, Intimate Partner Violence, Childhood Trauma Arlill talks about the death of their father and what it means to forgive someone. Potential Resources if you are a victim of abuse: National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-799-7233, text START to 88788 National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-800-656-4673 RAINN The Trevor Project Technical Info: Executive Producer - Alex Rodriguez Album Art created by Julian Taylor Recorded and Edited with Adobe Audition CC by Arlill Rodriguez "Main Menu [Sonic Mania OST] composed by Tee Lopes "穏ヤカナ眠リ [NieR: Automata OST]" composed by Keiichi Okabe and Keigo Hoashi 2023
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One of the most exciting realities about having God's Spirit within us is that he endows each of us with unique spiritual gifts. These gifts, which take the form of everything from serving to giving to prophecy, are crucial components of our unique identities in Christ as well as the healthy functioning of the “body” we are a part of. In this message we will explore what it means to be “gifted” by God and the profound, life-giving satisfaction we can discover when we fully lean in to the one-of-a-kind purposes given to us by our Father.
In this episode, hosts Drs. Jennifer Lee and Jason Silverman talk to Dr. Norberto Rodriguez-Baez about Hepatitis B. We discuss diagnosis, treatment options, and the importance of vaccinations to prevent transmission of this virus.Dr. Rodriguez-Baez is a professor of pediatrics at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and hepatologist at Children's Health in Dallas, Texas. He is program director of the pediatric GI fellowship at UT Southwestern and associate Dean for Student Affairs. He is the NAPSGHAN 2022 awardee for the Master Educator Award.This episode is eligible for CME credit! Once you have listened to the episode, click this link to claim your credit. Credit is available to NASPGHAN members (if you are not a member, you should probably sign up). And thank you to the NASPGHAN Professional Education Committee for their review!Learning Objectives:Outline hepatitis B serologic markers, diagnosis, phases, and treatmentReview importance of primary vaccination series in hepatitis BUnderstand when to test for immunity and consider re-vaccination against hepatitis BSupport the showMerch website As always, the discussion, views, and recommendations in this podcast are the sole responsibility of the hosts and guests and are subject to change over time with advances in the field.Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for all the latest news and upcoming episodes! Support the show As always, the discussion, views, and recommendations in this podcast are the sole responsibility of the hosts and guests and are subject to change over time with advances in the field.Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for all the latest news and upcoming episodes!
Tout comprendre et tout savoir sur le nouveau président argentin Javier Milei. Il manifeste avec une tronçonneuse allumée, est anti avortement, pro armes, économiste de formation. Il veut notamment que son pays change de monnaie. Pour en parler, Maricel Rodriguez Blanco, spécialiste de l'Argentine et maitresse de conférence à l'institut catholique de Paris. Ecoutez L'invité de RTL Soir du 20 novembre 2023 avec Marion Calais et Julien Sellier.
Psychologists espouse what God's people have known since Israel's conception: there is great power in gratitude. Neuroscientists have shown that practicing thankfulness can create new neuropathways, even helping to heal past trauma. But why does God command his people to thank him? Rebecca Carrell, Liz Rodriguez, and Nika Spaulding explore the "why" and "how" of thankfulness (and also talk about snakes).We love hugs! And when you rate, review, and share Honestly, Though on Apple Podcasts (and all podcast platforms), we see it immediately, and it feels just like a big, warm hug. Thank you in advance for taking an extra moment to make sure others find us in the algorithms. And speaking of finding us...Honestly, Though: @honestlythoughthepodcast (FB & IG)Rebecca Carrell: https://www.rebeccacarrell.com/ ; IG - @RebeccaCarrell ; Twitter: @RebeccaACarrell ; FB - Rebecca Ashbrook CarrellLiz Rodriguez: IG: @lizannrodriguez ; FB - Liz Rodriguez - https://www.facebook.com/liz.rodriguez.92775Nika Spaulding: stjudeoakcliff.org ; IG - @NikaAdidas ; Twitter - @NikaAdidasWe have the world's best producer! Are you interested in podcasting? Do you know someone who is? Taylor Standridge can help with audio engineering, production, editing, show mapping, and coaching. Connect with Taylor at email@example.com or on Twitter: @TBStandridge
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In this episode, Dru dives deep into exploring our worthiness from a biblical perspective, asserting that while everyone is created in God's image, our sins make us unworthy. Focusing on the redemption through Christ's sacrifice, Dru emphasizes living a life that is commensurate with the Gospel, not just declaring our worthiness.
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On today's show, Dane is joined by Kyle Theige to recap the week that was in Wolves World. Then, Dane and Kyle are joined by Dan Bowling from The Genesis Company to discuss the upcoming Wolves ownership transition and what we can expect from Marc Lore and Alex Rodriguez. Topics and timestamps below... - Looking back at the last week (6:00) - KAT + The Bigs experiment working early on (21:00) - The experience of the first year a team is good (25:00) - Ownership's impact on culture (40:00) - Lore and Rodriguez's final payment (55:00) - Lore's track record of raising money (1:05:00) - What the new TV deal could look like (1:22:00) If you'd like to support our partners... -- To enter the ticket giveaway, support the show by subscribing for $5 a month: Patreon.com/DaneMooreNBA -- Want to advertise on the show? Reach out to DaneMooreProductions@gmail.com -- Sign up today for a 14-day free trial of Aura's digital security at Aura.com/Dane -- Sign up for Prize Picks, promo code "DANE" for a $100 signup bonus -- Learn more about Falling Knife Brewing Company: https://fallingknife.beer/ -- Sign up for HelloFresh with promo code "danemoorefree" Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
#54 – With everything going on in the world right now, it's important now more than ever that our actions of healing in the world are connected to the space of inner being. And plants are so supportive for helping with this! How do plants support the path of intuitive healing? Join us for an amazing conversation with Intuitive Nourishment Guide Venessa Rodriguez on how working with plants helps us connect with ancestral medicine and integrate spiritual awakenings into the lived experience. In this episode, Venessa shares deep wisdom on Wild Rose medicine, the Akashic Records, and how plants can help usher us on our soul path. She also offers key insights into energetic hygiene practices and the importance of listening to the wisdom of the body so you can be a vessel for your medicine. Venessa Rodriguez, CNS is a mama, herbalist, intuitive nourishment guide, Akashic Soul Record channeler, and clinical nutritionist. Through her holistic healing & wellness education collective, Wildly Rooted, and her podcast Feed Your Wild, Venessa gets to the root of collective dis-ease & re-membering the soul back into medicine through radical nourishment of body, mind, & spirit. Venessa is also the founder of the Wildly Intuitive Practitioner Pathway and has worked in private practice since 2011 combining the science + spirituality of food & herbs. Wildly Intuitive Practitioner Pathway (WIPP) is a 9-month intuitive healing mentorship and practitioner mastermind. It's for wild-hearted practitioners & healers looking to develop a truly wholistic intuitive healing practice, step out of the “spiritual closet” and bridge the spiritual and mystical with the scientific and practical in client healing work. Learn more about the Wildly Intuitive Practitioner Pathway at: https://www.wildlyrooted.com/wipp-apply Listeners of the Plant Spirit Podcast also have a special invite to Venessa's workshop, Dare to Shine, Healer: Breakthrough Imposter Syndrome & Amplify Your Intuitive Gifts A Powerful Workshop for Practitioner & Healer's For Overcoming One ofthe Biggest Blocks Holding You Back From Your Soul Path & Medicine. If you've been struggling with imposter syndrome, fear of being seen, and/or procrastinating on utilizing your intuitive gifts in your healing work, this workshop is for you! Workshop Link: https://www.wildlyrooted.com/impostersyndrome 100% off coupon code: PLANTSPIRIT Website: https://www.wildlyrooted.com/ Mentorship: https://www.wildlyrooted.com/wipp-applyIG: https://www.instagram.com/wildlyrooted/ fb: https://www.facebook.com/wildlyrootedFor more info visit Sara's website at: https://www.multidimensionalnature.com/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/multidimensional.nature/facebook: https://www.facebook.com/saraartemisia.ms/facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/plantspiritherbalismYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/@saraartemisiaLearn how to communicate with plant consciousness in the free workshop on How to Learn Plant Language: https://www.learnplantlanguage.com/
In this episode of the Epigenetics Podcast, we talked with Maria Gambetta from the University of Lausanne about her work on the function of insulators in 3D genome folding. Maria Gambetta focuses on investigating 3D contact dynamics between enhancers and promoters, providing insights into tissue-specific gene activation. The team used capture-C to analyze dynamic looping events, emphasizing the significance of accessible chromatin peaks in enhancer-promoter interactions. Furthermore, they focused on gene insulation and CTCF's role in forming topologically associating domains in Drosophila. Hi-C analysis on CTCF mutants revealed the conservation of TAD boundary mechanisms, identifying CP-190 as a potential binding protein. Their findings on the loss of TAD boundaries in mutants and the role of transcription in TAD boundary formation are discussed as well as the function of CP190 and insulators in preventing interactions between promoters and enhancers. Their work challenges existing models of insulator function and seeks to understand their mechanisms better. The conversation concludes with insights into long-range regulatory associations in Drosophila, emphasizing the punctual interactions between transcription factor binding sites and their effect on neural gene transcription and genome folding. References Gambetta, M. C., Oktaba, K., & Müller, J. (2009). Essential role of the glycosyltransferase sxc/Ogt in polycomb repression. Science (New York, N.Y.), 325(5936), 93–96. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1169727 Kaushal, A., Mohana, G., Dorier, J., Özdemir, I., Omer, A., Cousin, P., Semenova, A., Taschner, M., Dergai, O., Marzetta, F., Iseli, C., Eliaz, Y., Weisz, D., Shamim, M. S., Guex, N., Lieberman Aiden, E., & Gambetta, M. C. (2021). CTCF loss has limited effects on global genome architecture in Drosophila despite critical regulatory functions. Nature communications, 12(1), 1011. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-021-21366-2 Hoencamp, C., Dudchenko, O., Elbatsh, A. M. O., Brahmachari, S., Raaijmakers, J. A., van Schaik, T., Sedeño Cacciatore, Á., Contessoto, V. G., van Heesbeen, R. G. H. P., van den Broek, B., Mhaskar, A. N., Teunissen, H., St Hilaire, B. G., Weisz, D., Omer, A. D., Pham, M., Colaric, Z., Yang, Z., Rao, S. S. P., Mitra, N., … Rowland, B. D. (2021). 3D genomics across the tree of life reveals condensin II as a determinant of architecture type. Science (New York, N.Y.), 372(6545), 984–989. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.abe2218 Mohana, G., Dorier, J., Li, X., Mouginot, M., Smith, R. C., Malek, H., Leleu, M., Rodriguez, D., Khadka, J., Rosa, P., Cousin, P., Iseli, C., Restrepo, S., Guex, N., McCabe, B. D., Jankowski, A., Levine, M. S., & Gambetta, M. C. (2023). Chromosome-level organization of the regulatory genome in the Drosophila nervous system. Cell, 186(18), 3826–3844.e26. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cell.2023.07.008 Related Episodes Hi-C and Three-Dimensional Genome Sequencing (Erez Lieberman Aiden) Biophysical Modeling of 3-D Genome Organization (Leonid Mirny) Long-Range Transcriptional Control by 3D Chromosome Structure (Luca Giorgetti) Contact Epigenetics Podcast on Twitter/X Epigenetics Podcast on Instagram Epigenetics Podcast on Mastodon Epigenetics Podcast on Bluesky Active Motif on Twitter Active Motif on LinkedIn Email: email@example.com
As the world of cybercrime continues to expand, it follows suit that more international legal standards should follow. But while many governments around the globe see a need for a cybercrime treaty to set a standard, a current proposal on the table at the United Nations is raising concerns among private companies and nonprofit organizations alike. There are fears it covers too broad a scope of crime and could fail to protect free speech and other human rights across borders while not actually having the intended effect of combatting cybercrime. In season 2, episode 4 of Patching the System, we focus on the international system of online peace and security. In this episode, we hear about provisions currently included in the proposed Russia-sponsored UN cybercrime treaty as deliberations continue - and why they might cause more problems than they solve. Our participants are: Nick Ashton-Hart, head of delegation to the Cybercrime Convention Negotiations for the Cybersecurity Tech Accord Katitza Rodriguez, policy director for global privacy at a civil society organization, the Electronic Frontier Foundation Ali Wyne, Eurasia Group Senior Analyst (moderator) GZERO's special podcast series “Patching the System,” produced in partnership with Microsoft as part of the award-winning Global Stage series, highlights the work of the Cybersecurity Tech Accord, a public commitment from over 150 global technology companies dedicated to creating a safer cyber world for all of us.
Well, we tried to have a conversation on sports and theology, but it went wildly wrong. So, instead, we surprised Nika Spaulding with her college athletic director and had a fantastic discussion on how coaches can shape kids for Christ.Find us on the following platforms:Honestly, Though: @honestlythoughthepodcast (FB & IG(Rebecca Carrell: https://www.rebeccacarrell.com/ ; IG - @RebeccaCarrell ; Twitter: @RebeccaACarrell ; FB - Rebecca Ashbrook CarrellLiz Rodriguez: IG: @lizannrodriguez ; FB - Liz Rodriguez - https://www.facebook.com/liz.rodriguez.92775Nika Spaulding: stjudeoakcliff.org ; IG - @NikaAdidas ; Twitter - @NikaAdidasWe have the world's best producer! Are you interested in podcasting? Do you know someone who is? Taylor Standridge can help with audio engineering, production, editing, show mapping, and coaching. Connect with Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter: @TBStandridge
Episode 143 Leslie Rodriguez 27 year old Orlando, Florida resident, Leslie Rodriguez by all accounts was a positive force and good friend to those that knew her. She always had a smile, and brought happiness and positive energy to every situation. Described as a 'ray of sunshine', Leslie was a new mom to a young son, Roman and was looking to the next chapter in her life after breaking off a relationship with Roman's father, 28 year old Devin Griggs. Leslie's mom Eileen, and stepfather moved from Chicago to be closer to Leslie & Roman, and it should have been a great time for their family. But Devin was struggling leading up to the breakup with Leslie, and after, and had gone awol from the military before winding up in Orlando. Leslie had left him after he changed, and he began to act paranoid, and claimed people were watching him. Although Devin had never been violent with Leslie, that would all change on May 9, 2022 when he showed up at Leslie's apartment. Leslie let him in thinking he was there to see Roman, but he had other ideas. He pulled out a gun and shot Leslie multiple times, killing her. He then called 911 and told them what he had done, and that he was about to take his own life. Police raced to the scene but when they arrived, they found both Leslie and Devin dead. Miraculously, little Roman was physically unharmed, but sadly, he witnessed the violent deaths of his parents. The senseless and tragic deaths have left two families devastated. Eileen had moved to Florida to be close to her daughter, and instead, she had to make funeral arrangements for her. Now she's focused on raising Roman, and ready to support him with any lingering effects from what he witnessed, and to answer the questions he will surely one day ask. Eileen discusses this tragic case, and whether or not it could have been prevented, and if there was any warning that this might happen. If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide, you can call or text the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline at 988. They also have a live chat line. Veterans can also reach out to the Veterans Crisis Line responder. To text, send a message to 838255. If you or someone you know needs help escaping from a domestic violence situation, please visit thehotline.org This episode is sponsored by the Earn In App. Access your pay within minutes of earning it, not weeks. When you download the Earnin app, type in MY FAMILY under PODCAST when you sign up, it really helps this podcast To support and listen AD-FREE to every single epsiode of not only The Murder in My Family, but also to every other show on the AbJack network of podcasts, consider an AbJack Insider subscription through Apple Podcasts. You can start with a free trial, and then for just $4.99 a month or $49.99 a year, you'll get not only AD-FREE listening to hundreds of episodes, but also early-previews, and access to bonus content.To contact the podcast or learn more about the case we discuss, please visit The Murder In My Family Home Page Follow us on social media on Facebook or on X (formerly Twitter)