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Jennifer Stafford is a licensed psychotherapist practicing in Manhattan. where she runs Ivy Relationship Consultants. She received both of her Master's Degrees in Psychological Counseling from Columbia University and a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from San Diego State University. On the podcast we chatted about:-Making mental health a priority-Why unpacking our trauma is so important-How she helps her clientsTo find her goto: https://www.ivyrelationships.com-----follow me:www.facebook.com/stayathomemomyeahrightwww.instagram.com/stayathomemomyeahright
Rob is a true entrepreneur in every sense of the word. He has successfully owned and sold multiple businesses throughout his career and he understands the value of strong business relationships. Graduating from San Diego State University in 2007 with a BA in economics, Rob has a passion for finding profitable real estate opportunities using economic data. His passion for the real estate business is endless.Rob is a past chapter president of his local Business Networking International. Besides his passion for Real Estate Investing, Rob loves to swim, race sailboats, surf and anything to do with water sports. Rob lives in San Diego with his wife, young daughter and newborn son.Rob's website: harbordriveholdings.comRob's email: email@example.comRob's number: 760-550-1912For more info, check us out at makeitraincapital.com.Welcome to Make It Rain: Multifamily Real Estate Investing for Millennials! We're Daisy and Luc, two millennials who love multifamily investing. With every episode, whether we're discussing a special topic or have on an amazing guest, the goal is to provide education and resources for anyone interested in investing in multifamily real estate, especially if you're a millennial. We're excited to chat with you about the what's, the why's, the how's, the who's. The best way to show support is to share it with anyone who might benefit from it and leave us an awesome review. Check out our website at makeitraincapital.com for more goodies. Take action on your financial future TODAY!
Andrew interviews Dr. Melissa Ward, PhD post-doctoral researcher working out of San Diego State University, and Ryan Hasert, public policy analysis graduate student at Oregon State University. They are part of the research project “Assessing Community Vulnerability to Ocean Acidification Across the California Current Ecosystem”. The project looks at Ocean Acidification on the West Coast and specifically the impacts and adaptive capacity strategies employed by shellfish farmers and other shellfish fisheries. We learn about Ocean Acidification and Hypoxia, the impacts to coastal communities and ecosystems and important policy opportunities.Support the show (https://coastrange.org/donate/)
Bill Zahner from San Diego State University discusses the article, "Examining the Recruitment, Placement, and Career Trajectories of Secondary Mathematics Teachers Prepared for High-Need Schools," published in Teachers College Record, Volume 121. Co-authors: Chapin, Levine, He, Afonso Bill's professional webpage: https://crmse.sdsu.edu/members/zahner Article URL: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/016146811912100201 Noyce Scholarship Program (NSF) Teach for America List of episodes
Erik Paulson, Senior Analyst & Lab Manager, Infinite Chemical Analysis Labs Erik Paulson grew up in San Diego, CA, and received his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from the University of California, Riverside. He continued his studies in Riverside to obtain a teaching credential, and then taught high school chemistry in Burbank, CA for five years. His passion for learning brought him back to San Diego to study organometallic chemistry in the Joint Doctoral Program at San Diego State University and the University of California, San Diego. His projects involved development of catalysts for the selective migrations of double bonds in organic molecules. Erik's focus since joining Infinite in 2019 has been the validation and development of potency, residual solvent, and terpenes analyses. https://infinitecal.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/erikrichardpaulson/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, Brooke sits with Dillon Jones, a graduate student at San Diego State University who is studying the evolutionary history of herpetofauna in Middle America. (Quick definition: herpetofauna are reptiles and amphibians found in a particular region or time period, which you'll soon learn more about). Dillon also uses social media as a powerful science communication tool and has reached Instagram Influencer status. A few highlight topics include the huge potential of his herp evolutionary study for advising conservation priorities, the why and how of him becoming an Instagram Influencer with many tips and tricks, and a huge rant session between Brooke and Dillon about the broken wheel of academia. Today is also American Frog Day! If you dig the conversation, add this episode to your Instagram story and tag Rewildology and @DillontheBiologist with #AmericanFrogDay. Follow Dillon at @DillontheBiologist! If you're liking the show, please hit the follow button and share with someone you think would enjoy this episode. Sharing is the best way to help the show grow! Check out the new Rewildology merch shop! https://rewildology.com/shop/ See full show notes at rewildology.com.Discover more ways to watch, listen, and interact: https://linktr.ee/RewildologyJoin the Rewildologists Community Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/rewildologistsFollow RewildologyInstagram: https://instagram.com/rewildology/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rewildologyTwitter: https://twitter.com/rewildologyYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxNVIeC0km8ZGK_1QPy7-iA
Dr. Erin P. Riley is a Professor of Anthropology at San Diego State University. As one of the few non-human biologists on the podcast she discusses the importance of bridging the gap between subfields and how ethnoprimatology can contribute to anthropology and ecology alike. Her newest book "The Promise of Contemporary Primatology" is a must-read for students, seasoned scholars, and everyone else. Find "The Promise of Contemporary Primatology" here: https://www.routledge.com/The-Promise-of-Contemporary-Primatology-1st-Edition/Riley-Fuentes/p/book/9781629580715 Contact Dr. Riley at firstname.lastname@example.org and on Twitter @ethnoprimate Visit her website at http://www.erinpriley.com Contact the Sausage of Science Podcast and Human Biology Association: Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/humanbiologyassociation Website:humbio.org/, Twitter: @HumBioAssoc Cara Ocobock, Website: sites.nd.edu/cara-ocobock/, Email:email@example.com, Twitter:@CaraOcobock Chris Lynn, HBA Public Relations Committee Chair, Website: cdlynn.people.ua.edu/, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Twitter:@Chris_Ly Delaney Glass, Website: dglass.netlify.app/, Email: email@example.com, Twitter: @GlassDelaney Alexandra Niclou, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Twitter: @fiat_Luxandra
In this episode, the guys chat with Marjorie L. McPike. Marjorie is a CPA focusing on tax and small business accounting. She breaks down her journey into entrepreneurship, the benefits of having a CPA, and things you need to consider when starting a business. Tune in! Check out Marjorie's courses on small business taxes and accounting: https://gumroad.com/a/379999347 Follow Marjorie on Instagram @mlmcpa Marjorie is a CPA focusing in tax and small business accounting located in Riverside County, California. She was born and raised in San Diego and attended San Diego State University where she received her Bachelors of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting. She recently completed her Masters of Science in Taxation from Golden Gate University. Prior to working in public accounting, Marjorie worked in private industry holding various positions such as Controller, Business Office Manager, Accounts Receivable Manager and Full Charge Bookkeeper. She has a vast knowledge of bookkeeping and accounting skills in various industries including health care, manufacturing, retail and professional services. Her current areas of focus are Estate and Gift taxation, taxation of individuals and taxation of business entities. Marjorie is a licensed Certified Public Accountant and a member of California Society of Certified Public Accountants (CalCPA) and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). Marjorie currently serves as the Secretary of the Inland Empire Chapter of CalCPA, Treasurer of the Estate Planning Council of San Bernardino County; she is on the board of Agape Christian Development in San Diego, the Scholarship Committee for Embassy Church International and Treasurer for the Embassy Church International Golf Committee. She is also a founding member and Corresponding Secretary for the Alliance of Black Women Accountants and previously served as Treasurer for Hospice of the Valleys in Murrieta, CA. In 2020 Marjorie started her own firm, Marjorie L McPike, CPA, A.P.C., a podcast, The CPA Lady Podcast and YouTube Channel. All with the mission of empowering small business owners to take their business to the next level financially.
Kevin Thorsell from San Diego State University teaches us how to fight against some of the enemy's common tactics. Recorded live at Mile High Pines October 23rd, 2021
This episode of The Athlete Entrepreneur features Andrew Kline Andrew is the Founder and Managing Director at Park Lane. Park Lane is a Los Angeles-based Investment Bank that provides sports finance advisory services. Andrew has been involved in M&A transactions in all of the major sports (MLB, NFL, NHL, NBA, etc.) and has been fundamental in obtaining financing for many early-stage sports-based businesses Andrew was my teammate at San Diego State University where we played together on the offensive line. Andrew was drafted by then world champion St. Louis Rams where his career was unfortunately cut short by concussions. Andrew is a born entrepreneur, having founded the Australian Surf Academy after returning home from a surf trip in Bali and The Athletes Agency after waking up from a dream one night with an idea to connect professional athletes with corporations. Both of which he had successful exits with. Andrew is currently a member of the Stanford Executive Circle, Young Presidents Organization (YPO), the Association of Corporate Growth, the NFLPA, and the NFL Retired Players Association.In 2013, at the age of 36, Kline was named to The M&A Advisor's 40 Under 40 list. Kline was also named to SportsBusiness Journal's 2016 Power Players List in the Advisory category.Follow us on Twitter @greg_spillaneFollow us on YouTube Find me on LinkedIn
Imagine the world 430,000 years ago. What were our ancestors like? What if there was a population of people that no one ever knew about? Can we unravel the mystery of our history? Now imagine, your garden at home is full of aphids. Did you go buy some ladybugs at your local home depot? Have you ever thought where those ladybugs came from or what happens after they leave? Now these two situations may seem very different but they have one common theme. They both have questions that can be studied using population genomics. This week on RadioBio we talk about popgen, ancient humans, ladybugs and ghost populations (ooo spooky!) with Dr. Arun Sethuraman, an assistant professor at San Diego State University.
You've been listening to the Night's End Podcast Halloween Special 2021, which is a production of Dissonance Media. An All Hallows' Eve-themed serial killer's holiday festivities go awry. ----more---- Bloodletting and Intrigue on All Hallows' Eve was written by Jeremy Thompson who is the indie horror fictionist whose mind and fingers united to birth The Phantom Cabinet, Let's Destroy Investutech, Silent Minority, The Land of Broken Sky, Toby Chalmers Commits "Career" Suicide, Toby Chalmers Hits a New Low, and The Forever Big Top. His stories have appeared in magazines and anthologies such as Year's Best Hardcore Horror Volumes 2 and 4, Into the Darkness Volume 1, DarkFuse, Journal of Experimental Fiction, Young Mag, This Book Ain't Nuttin to Fuck With, and Brewtality, and has been collected in Sweet Chuckling Morbidity and The Fetus and Other Stories. A San Diego State University graduate, Jeremy resides in Oceanside, California. ----more---- This episode was performed by James Barnett. He is a fiction writer, voice-over artist & podcast producer from Australia. Head to www.jamesbarnettcreative.com to access writing and other voice-over work from James. ----more---- This episode was produced and edited by James Barnett. ----more---- The Night's End Halloween theme was composed by Duncan Muggleton. For more from Duncan, head to www.twitter.com/duncanmuggleton ----more---- To support Night's End, I would very much appreciate it if you could leave a review and a five-star rating on your podcasting app. ----more---- We have merch available at www.nightsendpodcast.com or if you are looking for more content, please check out seasons 1 and 2, which are available now. We also have 10 exclusive episodes available through our Patreon page or through our Apple podcasts subscription – Dissonance Extra. ----more---- Thanks for listening and stay tuned for another tale tomorrow. ----more---- And as always, Stay Horrific everyone.
Jeff Deverett, an actor, director, producer, distributor and professor at San Diego State University; joined with us all the way from 'Hollywood'. He has talked about Netflix, Indie films, film distribution, production works and else. Share using #sowesay. Don't worry, the world is not gonna end soon. So, We Say!
The Boys of the Lough Live in Concert at The San Diego Folk Festival in Montezuma Hall on the campus of San Diego State University. . Recorded by FolkScene on 2-28-03. Engineer, Alan Kanter, remastered by Peter Cutler. RIP Robin Morton (12-24-39 to October 1, 2021). ©FolkScene. Sharing FolkScene recordings with your friends is cool, but the reproduction of our programs for commercial purposes is illegal. FolkScene airs on Sunday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m. (PST) at KPFK 90.7 Los Angeles and online at www.kpfk.org.
Jodie Bowman grew up in Southern California, a competitive equestrian in high school, then graduated from San Diego State University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theatre Performance with a Musical Theatre Emphasis. Upon graduation and realizing she wanted to pursue the business side of the industry, Jodie relocated to New York where she worked and was mentored by Harriet Bass (Casting). Jodie brings a real perspective on building your goals and not fearing asking for the things that you need. Outline: *Talking Business *Talking Trying Something New *Talking What To Do To Get Started Website: www.AlohaLifeCoaching.com *If you have questions you would like me to share live on this podcast or just want to connect, email me here: email@example.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Welcome back to the Happy Half Hour! This week, we're chatting with Rachel Shemirani, senior vice president at Barons Market. Barons is a gourmet grocery store that was founded by a local family in Point Loma and has nine locations in San Diego and Riverside. Rachel's father, Joe, started the business in the early '90s because he couldn't find an organic grocery store that sold food he enjoyed. Rachel and her sister, Dana, started working in the stores as cashiers when they were in high school, and now they both hold leadership positions in the company. Rachel oversees advertising and marketing, and is also the gatekeeper for new products—she leads weekly food panels to hand-select new products, which involves 40 people sampling anywhere from 80 to 120 different products, and whittling down the best. Rachel says that everything sold on Barons' shelves has made the taste testers' cut. We chat with Rachel about how they compete with large grocery chains and what sets them apart, how they've been weathering the pandemic, and how they're dealing with current supply-chain issues. We also get insight on what it's like to work with your family every day, how organic foods have improved drastically over the years, and some of the cool new foods you can find in their stories. In Hot Plates, CloudKitchens—which launched a ghost kitchen in Barrio Logan last spring—is opening a second location over by San Diego State University. Mamá por Dios, an upscale Mexican restaurant that started in Beverly Hills, is opening in the Gaslamp. And Convoy Street got a new restaurant, Eastern Dynasty, specializing in Cantonese barbecue. In Two People, $50, Rachel's pick is Harry's Taco Club in Pacific Beach; she says to get any of the burritos and margaritas. Troy's pick is the burger at Harbor Town Pub in Point Loma. David went to Sandfish Sushi & Whiskey in Palm Springs, and recommends the scallops with walnuts and yuzu. Marie's pick this week is El Cacho in Chula Vista for mariscos. Thank you for listening! As always, we want to hear from you. Need a restaurant recommendation? Is there a guest you want us to book on the show? You can call us at 619-744-0535 and leave a voicemail, or if you're too shy, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. See you next week!
Today, we get into how unions are using tech for their labor battles, but at the same, time we discuss how to move on from Facebook. Also, how food became a spearhead for gentrification. Plus, psychedelic's and emotions! Let's go there! Special guests: David Cohen - Senior Editor at Politico. Danielle Abril technology at work reporter at The Washington Post. Pascale Joassart-Marcelli - Professor of Geography and Director, Urban Studies and Food Studies Programs, San Diego State University. Matthew Johnson - Professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Johns Hopkins University school of Medicine. Heather Kelly is a reporter covering the ways technology affects everyday life, from family to finances at The Washington Post. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Femi is a former NFL player, founder of Health Reel, NASA Technology partner, a human performance expert and a certified nutritionist. After graduating from San Diego State University with a BA in Psychology, Femi played 11 amazing years in the NFL, was a member of the Ravens 2000 Super Bowl Championship Team, and was voted NFLPA representative by teammates in Arizona from 2005-2007. From 2010 to 2014, before founding HealthReel and right out of retirement, Femi co-founded a fitness facility as a personal trainer, nutrition specialist and speed/agility coach. Femi then entered the MBA program at Johns Hopkins with an emphasis in Digital Health. This is where the idea for HealthReel started. He graduated from Hopkins in 2016 and formed HealthReel in late 2017. HealthReel is a digital Self-Health assessment and education platform. HealthReel views customers holistically and understands the interconnected relationship between mental, emotional and physical health outcomes. The proprietary blend of algorithms generates personalized health information in minutes via any smart device from any location the customer desires. The HealthReel report generates over 20 data points covering mental health, physical fitness, healthy weight recommendations, metabolic performance and nutritional guidance. Last but not least HealthReel supplements reporting with video content. This “user journey” experience is designed to deploy one new video a week covering HealthReel's four levers of Self-Health as well as addressing misinformation about nutrition, exercise, fad diets and many other hot button topics. In this episode, we dive into: - Femi's journey from the NFL to entrepreneurship, and becoming the first NFL player NASA Tech Partner - Why Femi believes you need to always be building your tool box - Story behind founding HealthReel during his MBA - How Femi deals with naysayers - How Femi's early childhood growing up influenced his NFL and business career
Why are UC Berkeley, Stanford, and UCLA so afraid of competing with San Diego State University? For the past 2-3 decades we have seen SDSU rise up both athletically and academically to create a national brand that is respected from coast to coast. SDSU regularly boasts some of the highest numbers of student applicants every year. At the same time, the Aztec men's basketball and football programs have a combined winning percentage ranked second in all of the United States in D1 sports. Yet UC Berkeley, Stanford, UCLA, and other universities have kept SDSU out of the Pac-12 conference. We break down the historical roots of the 2-tiered (actually 3-tiered) higher education system in California and how this battle between San Diego State and Cal/UCLA has been raging for over 6 decades. I also reflect on my own experiences as a graduate of UC San Diego, my rooting adoption of SDSU athletics, and UCSD's transition into D1 sports. We also get into research funding, the SDSU Mission Valley campus and SDSU's future goals for academic, research and athletic excellence. Special thanks to Paul Garrison for his research on this topic. His article in the East Village Times is the inspiration for this podcast episode. https://www.eastvillagetimes.com/the-roots-of-sdsus-exclusion-from-the-pac-12/ #SDSU #PAC12 #SanDiegoState #AztecforLife Get proven and easy-to-implement strategies to build your business and pursue your happiness. Sign up now. It's FREE! https://johnrileyproject.com/ Be sure to share this video with a friend! ☆☆ STAY CONNECTED ☆☆ SUBSCRIBE for more reactions, upcoming shows and more! ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJJSzeIW2A-AeT7gwonglMA FACEBOOK ➡ https://www.facebook.com/johnrileyproject/ TWITTER ➡ https://twitter.com/JohnRileyPoway INSTAGRAM ➡ https://www.instagram.com/johnrileypoway/ Sponsorship Inquiries https://johnrileyproject.com/sponsorship/ Music https://www.purple-planet.com
On this episode of the podcast we will being learning from Tight Ends Coach at San Diego State University, Savaii Eselu. We will dive into the preparation of coaches and players during the off season and regular season. And We will learn what a coach's daily routine looks like as they strive to maximize their player's abilities both on and off the field. Lets get after it, lets talk ball!
This episode of The Athlete Entrepreneur features Mike Malano Mike Malano was an NCAA All-American center at San Diego State University and was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in 2000. In this episode, we talk about a wide variety of topics including dealing with a career cut short by injuries, the difficulties of having to start a new career after sports, what his transition from the NFL to business was like, what motivates him, and the habits and lessons he learned in sports that he has carried into his business career. If you prefer to read the conversation, you can find the full text here. Follow us on Twitter @greg_spillaneFollow us on YouTube
When we think about professional athletes a number of things come to mind… elite abilities, wealth, and the pinnacle of success are among them. Greg Camarillo's comments about what life in the NFL is really like are a welcome peek behind the curtain to understand the day in and day out nature of what professional athletes experience. While he admits that his time in the NFL was indeed a pinnacle, he also realizes that the things that took him there are things that are available to everyone, in every walk of life. Join me as Greg and I discuss his road to the NFL, which started when he walked on to the football team at Stanford and how his first years in the NFL were tenuous at best. He reveals the struggles professional athletes experience and offers a way through the difficulties through open dialogue and humility. I hope you take the time to listen to this insightful conversation. You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in... A college football walk-on who made a great career in the NFL [1:22] Greg's mentors in the NFL and how they impacted his success [5:44] Personal ambition VS team mindset and how to navigate them [10:31] The confidence-factor that leads to greater success [14:47] How does a player plan for the average length of his career (3.5 years)? [19:25] The best advice Greg received about finances while he was in the NFL [24:04] Struggles professional athletes experience after their careers [28:30] What Greg did today that put him/her in the right mindset for success? [38:29] A great success question: Who do I see that I want to be like? Success doesn't just happen. Many things go into the journey there. Greg Camarillo says that one of the attitudes he's found extremely helpful is that no matter what role he's in, he finds people to look up to and emulate. Who is doing what he needs to do, who is doing it with excellence? That's who he wants to be like. What he describes is the old-fashioned idea we call “finding a role-model” and it's as helpful today as it ever was. Listen to hear Greg explain why role models are so important, how to make the most of them, and what can be done to apply what you learn in the best way possible. Consistency plays a huge role in success Greg Camarillo never expected to make it to the NFL, much less become a starting wide receiver. But one of the reasons he did was because he understood what the coaches were looking for. Put yourself in the coaches shoes for a moment. When a game is on the line, what keeps them from putting a young or inexperienced player in the lineup? It's the lack of confidence they have in that player. Can the player be trusted on the field? Greg says that the best way to answer that question is to develop consistency. And this doesn't only apply to football. When those who have the authority to give you a bigger or greater role see that you deliver good results, consistently, they have greater confidence that you'll do so when they give you an opportunity. So, how can you apply that mindset in the roles you fill right now? What happens when the thing that's provided your identity is gone? One thing I was eager to ask Greg was how an NFL player handles the inevitable reality that his career is not going to last forever. In fact, the average player's career is only three and a half years long. How does a player do his best every day, while knowing that the odds of a long career are not in his favor. Compounding the issue, players who do experience careers longer than the average face a handful of important questions once they do retire. What is my value, my drive, my purpose now that the career that defined much of my life is gone? Now that I've reached the pinnacle of a very elite career and am starting over at 30 or 40 years old, what am I going to do with myself for the next 50+ years? Will I ever feel the same level of excitement again? Questions like these often nudge players into a dark place and recent stories illustrate how important it is that something is done to better equip players for the day they leave the league. In this conversation, Greg highlights some of the great things the NFL Player's Union does for players and provides guidance for those who are leaving a life-defining career and stepping into the unknown. Resources & People Mentioned The University of San Diego - Where Greg serves as Director of Student-Athlete Development Connect with Greg Camarillo On Twitter BIO: Greg Camarillo is currently the Coordinator of Student-Athlete Development at the University of San Diego, a role he has held for the last six years. He is also an on-air analyst for NBC 7 San Diego, regularly appearing on 'Football Night in San Diego' and 'Sports Wrap OT.' Greg started his collegiate football career as a walk-on punter/receiver at Stanford University, where he earned an engineering degree in 2005. He was then able to turn a minicamp tryout with the Chargers into an 8-year NFL career as a wide receiver with stops in San Diego, Miami, Minnesota and New Orleans. After hanging up the cleats, Greg earned a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership at San Diego State University knowing that he wanted to work in collegiate athletics. Greg and his wife, Sharon, live in San Diego and have 3 daughters - Avery (8), Cameron (5) and Sloane (3). Guests on the Mitlin Money Mindset Show are not affiliated with CWM, LLC, and opinions expressed herein may not be representative of CWM, LLC. CWM, LLC is not responsible for the guest's content linked on this site. 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LOADED SHOW! Three guests as Kewanee senior QB Will Bruno and coach Brad Swanson break down the season with extra emphasis on the Princeton and Hall games as the Boilermakers (6-0) play Mendota (5-1) Friday.Then we catch up with Mike Goff who was inducted into the NewsTribune Hall of Fame after playing football with La Salle-Peru, University of Iowa, and three NFL teams during a 12-year career. Now, he's an assistant coach with San Diego State University.Intro: IHSA boys and girls golf postseason, MLB Wildcard, Chicago Sky, Chicago Bulls, NFL Week 5 picks
Listen in as Ari Whitten discusses light regulation for the body. Learn the science, and tips and tricks on what you can do in regulating body function. Ari is the author of "The Ultimate Guide To Red Light Therapy: How to Use Red and Near-Infrared Light Therapy for Anti-Aging, Fat Loss, Muscle Gain, Performance Enhancement, and Brain Optimization", and you can check out and purchase his book below: Check our Ari's book here Ari Whitten is an energy and fatigue specialist who focuses on taking an evidence-based approach to energy enhancement, a nutrition, exercise and natural health expert, and #1 best-selling author. He has been studying nutrition and holistic health for over 2 decades. He has a Bachelor's of Science from San Diego State University in Kinesiology (with specialization in fitness, nutrition and health). He also has a background in exercise physiology and fitness, and holds two advanced certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine as a Corrective Exercise Specialist and Performance Enhancement Specialist. In addition, he recently completed the 3 years of coursework for his PhD in Clinical Psychology, an education which rounds out all aspects – nutrition, fitness, and psychology – of his approach to optimal health.
Listen on Apple, Google, Spotify, and other platforms. Kelly Twichel is CEO of Access Trax, a social impact startup focused on empowering people of all physical abilities to access outdoor terrain. Her product, the Access Trax, is a modular patented portable pathway system for those who use mobility devices to conveniently access recreation outdoors on demand. Kelly grew up in Santee and graduated from San Diego State University with a degree in biology. Originally pursuing to be a doctor, Kelly said she wanted to have a more direct impact on patients' lives, so she took a break post-grad to discover what she would genuinely enjoy. Finding an interest in occupational therapy with a focus on patient healing and recovery, Kelly attended the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences for grad school. One of her group projects was to create assistive technology to help people with disabilities, which is where she first thought of creating a portable pathway for adaptive surfers. She said the surfers' reactions to her first prototype gave her the confidence that this invention was more than a simple assignment, and could help people across the world. Kelly was able to successfully win funding opportunities in business competitions. Additionally, the University of St. Augustine became a patron and supporter, and gave funding as well. Kelly worked with manufacturing prototypes and tested it out with real people at surfing championships to see if this could be a viable product to take to market. After different designs and tests, she was able to create a successful product that eventually developed into helping a diverse set of buyers, like adaptive athletes, adaptive sports organization, government entities, and families, who need mobility assistance. Listen in to Kelly Twichel share her entrepreneurial journey in creating assistive technology that improves accessibility for everyone, and how Access Trax is changing the game for users of mobility devices for the better. Kelly's favorite local tacos: Estrada's Mexican Food in Santee D' Sotos Taco Shop in La Mesa Connect with Kelly: LinkedIn Learn more about Access Trax: Website: https://accesstraxsd.com/ Facebook: @accesstrax Twitter: @AccessTrax LinkedIn Thanks to our partners at Cox Business & Cox Edge for their support in enabling us to grow the San Diego ecosystem.
David Nabhan has spent the greater part of his life living in Southern California. He is an advocate who has been calling for the creation of an earthquake warning system for the US West Coast for the last two decades. He proposes an informal scheme whereby newspapers might publish higher probability advisories for elevated risks-and has taken that controversial debate public in many media forums with the USGS, Cal Tech, and Southern California Earthquake Center. Nabhan took degrees at Mesa College and San Diego State University in the 1970s. He was a certificated bilingual public school teacher for nineteen years for the Los Angeles Unified School District, and the LAUSD earthquake preparedness coordinator at his school site in South Central Los Angeles for fifteen of those years. - He is the author of a previous book, "Predicting the Next Great Quake" (1996). - www.earthquakepredictors.com******************************************************************To listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv*** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewpaper.com
In this episode, Hall welcomes Neil Senturia, CEO at Blackbird Ventures. Blackbird Ventures is a California-based principal investment firm specialized in funding technology and real estate companies. Their mission is to work with high-tech entrepreneurs who are passionate about the relentless pursuit of their dreams.With over 30 years of diverse entrepreneurial endeavors, Neil brings a unique perspective to business challenges. His wide range of experience includes starting and leading six software companies, co-founding two fintech companies, an alternative energy company, and a materials science venture. Prior to his technology adventures, Neil was a real estate developer, building more than two million square feet of commercial and residential space. Preceding that, he labored in the slough of despond, writing television and movies in Hollywood.In addition to Neil's business ventures, he is a motivational speaker and also volunteers as a business teacher at Donovan State Prison, where he helps implement entrepreneurship, employment, and leadership training programs that serve people with criminal histories. Neil has also taught entrepreneurship at San Diego State University (in the MBA program) as well as at the University of California, San Diego (Von Liebig School of entrepreneurism in the Division of Engineering).Finally, Neil has authored and published three books and writes a weekly column on entrepreneurship for the San Diego Union-Tribune newspaper. His columns can be found at . Neil details his very diverse background, explains what he thinks the future of startup investing will look like and shares his investment thesis. You can visit Blackbird Ventures at . Neil can be contacted via email at , via LinkedIn at , and via Twitter at . Music courtesy of . Please subscribe, share, and leave a review.
This episode of MOTR I have the pleasure of the company of fellow Yamaha Horn Artists Mike McCoy (former hornist of Presidio Brass, studio musician and Faculty at San Diego State University and Point Loma Nazarene University) and Larry Williams (Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra, Lyric Brass Quintet and Adjunct Professor of Horn at Washington Adventist University). Grab a cold one and join us as we talk about our hate / hate relationship with bell covers, reminisce on stories and antics of long running shows and what its like to be a horn player in the world of professional Brass Quintets!
Focus on Learning for The Ultimate Success with Special Guest: John Brackett! Fidelity Business Partners, Inc. (FBP) was founded in 2008 by John Brackett. Our purpose is to build great apartment communities and improve how people live. The company provides real estate investment and asset management services to accredited investors, private wealth advisors, and family offices. The company maintains its competitive advantage by operating in niche real estate markets. John Brackett is CEO responsible for the strategic direction of the company. Prior to FBP, John was a commercial banker for ten years with an emphasis in treasury management and commercial real estate finance. John studied finance at San Diego State University and banking at The Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington. John is a member of the International Economic Honor Society and holds a California real estate broker license. http://www.linkedin.com/in/brackettjohn Invest NOW with Vinney, Learn NOW from Vinney! Book your FREE Strategy Call NOW! Go to this link: https://calendly.com/jonroosen/ Check out Mr. Vinney Smile Chopra at: https://vinneychopra.com/ Invest Passively in Senior Housing: https://seniorlivinginvesting.co/ Contact Me Here For more info: https://vinneychopra.com/contact-vinney/ email@example.com
Most 8-year-olds don't dream of working in The White House, but that's exactly what Linda Van Kessler was determined to do. At age 19 she achieved that dream by becoming a Staff Assistant to President Ford at The White House and following his term in office, Linda moved to Palm Springs, CA with him and became the Director of Scheduling and Press for President and Mrs. Ford. She went on to become Director of Scheduling and Press for Dr. Robert Schuller at the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, CA followed by 28 years with Dr. Billy Graham working in crusades around the world. Linda then opened her own public relations, booking and management company in Beverly Hills, CA representing some of the world's greatest talent and authors. Today Linda is the CEO of Passion 4 Life Liquid Vitamins and Minerals (passion4lifevitamins.com) as well as the Executive Director of Passion 4 K.I.D.S. (Kids In Desperate Situations) non-profit charity (passion4kids.org), both of which she has started with her husband. Linda Van Kessler spends many hours working with children. This is the cause closest to her heart. Having a profound love for children, she opens her heart and arms to countless children who need love, attention, a listening ear and someone just to talk to. Always quick to give a hug or encouraging word, Linda's own son calls her “the Pied Piper” as wherever she goes, even on vacations in other countries, it isn't long before she has a group of children following her around. She can often be seen holding 2 or more children per hand as they clamor to be included in the “love”. Linda and Charles are very hands on with the children they support. In an effort to bring fun and joy to their young, troubled lives, Linda and Charles take them on weekend outings bowling, to the park, to sporting events, restaurants, etc. They personally try to teach the children manners, ethics, morals and help them navigate the difficulties of life. Because many of the children come from devastating, unstable home situations, the Van Kesslers develop long-term relationships with the children and reinforce to them that they will be a constant presence in their lives for many years to come which allows them to build a level of trust that the children can depend on. With a background in media and public relations, Linda organizes all Passion 4 K.I.D.S.' events and works tirelessly with the media to gain attention for these children in need. Linda is a Foster Youth Mentor for the County of San Diego as well as a tutor/mentor for foreign students at San Diego State University. She also served on the San Diego State University Parent Advisory Board. She also serves as a mentor for the Leap Foundation. Linda's desire is to share with you how to set and reach a goal even when others say you can't. She will also inspire you on how to make every day count for others by incorporating a cause you are passionate about into your daily life, business and school life while learning how to make the media an ally in your efforts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, Stacey is joined by Renee Phillips to discuss the pros and cons of transitioning to a continuous manufacturing system. Batch production is time-consuming yet remains a popular and time-tested method used in the pharma industry today - but some industry leaders, along with the FDA, have taken steps toward or are now contemplating a shift to continuous manufacturing. This means all stages of drug production run through to the final product, without a stop during its production, thus shut down of equipment between “batches” is required, which eliminates downtime. CM saves time and reduces the likelihood of human error, but is it realistic at this point in time? Resources for this episode: FDA issued draft guidance, Quality Considerations for Continuous Manufacturing Rogers, Luke & Jensen, Klavs F. (2019). Continuous manufacturing – the Green Chemistry promise?. The Royal Society of Chemistry. Green Chem., Volume 21, 3481-3498. Moore, Christine M. V., Garcia, Thomas P., Hausner, Douglas B., Ben-Anat, Inna. (2019) Holistic Control Strategies for Continuous Manufacturing. Pharmaceutical Engineering, May/June 2019 Srai, Jagjit Singh., Settani, Ettore., Aulakh, Parminder Kaur., Evaluating the Business Case for Continuous Manufacturing of Pharmaceuticals: A Supply Network Perspective. Continuous Pharmaceutical Processing, June 2020, 477-512 Van Arnum, Patricia. Pharma Industry Weighs in on Continuous Manufacturing. June 19, 2019 Manning, Richard., Sciacca, Rich., Continuous Manufacturing in Pharmaceuticals: Economic and Policy Issues. Bates White Economic Consulting, October 2018 About Our Guest: Renée L. Phillips is an Associate Director of Global Regulatory Affairs at Janssen Research & Development, LLC, a pharmaceutical company of Johnson & Johnson. Renée has responsibility for Chemistry Manufacturing & Controls for API's and marketed products. Previously she has held positions in Regulatory Affairs at Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies, Wyeth Consumer Products, a small start-up pharma company, and an environmental chemistry laboratory. Renée currently serves as an adjunct professor at Temple University School of Pharmacy where she teaches courses in good manufacturing practices and global drug registration requirements. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from Georgian Court College and a Master of Science in Regulatory Affairs from San Diego State University. Voices in Validation brings you the best in validation and compliance topics. Voices in Validation is brought to you by IVT Network, your expert source for life science regulatory knowledge. For more information on IVT Network, check out their website at http://ivtnetwork.com.
Devin Whatley is back with a new episode of the On The Record Podcast! In this episode, he chats with his good friend Amber Salas, who works at Media Management for Fox Sports. Devin and Amber discuss the matchups to watch in week two of the NFL season, thoughts on how our fantasy teams are doing, what it's like to work at Fox Sports/KUSI Prep Pigskin Report and her thoughts on the "Women in Sports" movement. Amber Salas is from Southern Orange County, and graduated from San Diego State University with a bachelor's degree in journalism. Feel free to follow her on Twitter (@ambersalass) and Instagram (@amber_salas).
Frederick Pierce got the commercial real estate bug while still in college. Now, he owns one of the largest student housing companies in America. Today, Frederick is telling us the criteria he looks for in universities, the types of requirements current-day students look for in their housing, how he finds financing for these multimillion dollar deals, and why he's not developing multifamily housing in non-university settings. Frederick Pierce Real Estate Background: Founder, President, and CEO of Pierce Education Properties Actively involved full-time as an owner/operator in the student housing industry nationally Pierce Education Properties owns nearly 20 major Student Housing communities located in the Midwest, south and northeast sectors of the United States. He will begin construction of two sizable Student Housing Projects in San Diego in the 4th quarter of this year that will be adjacent to San Diego State University, his alma mater. Based in San Diego, CA Say hi to him at: www.pierceeducationproperties.com Click here to know more about our sponsors: Real Estate CFO Services | ThinkMultifamily.com/coaching | Rentify
Tune in to hear to Appearance Matters 9 Conference Panel Discussion: ‘is a body confident society possible amidst the ‘ob*sity epidemic'? With esteemed panellists: Stuart Flint - Associate Professor of the Psychology of Obesity at the University of Leeds and Director of the charity Obesity UK. https://medicinehealth.leeds.ac.uk/psychology/staff/4782/dr-stuart-w-flint Sarah Le Brocq - public speaker and strategic council member of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on obesity. https://slebrocq.com Marquisele Mercedes - fat liberationist writer, creator, and Presidential Fellow at the Brown University School of Public Health https://www.marquiselemercedes.com/about Nia Patterson - eating disorder recovery and mental health advocate. https://www.instagram.com/thefriendineverwanted/ Esther Rothblum - Professor and Chair of Women's Studies at San Diego State University. https://womensstudies.sdsu.edu/people/rothblum Moderator: Caryn Franklin – fashion commentator and former editor. https://franklinonfashion.com/biography/ Panel Organising Committee: Grace Biddulph, Sharon Haywood, Georgina Pegram, and Nick Sharratt
The recall election was, in part, a referendum on the Governor's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, parents and teachers are wondering -- will San Diego follow the lead of the Los Angeles school district and mandate vaccinations for public school kids older than 12? Meanwhile, we have 5 takeaways from the recent recall election. Plus, San Diego State University is using comics to teach students about critical thinking at a time when such skills are most needed.
Some things aren't always what they seem. Greg Williams and Brian Marren teach people what they need to know about human behavior, pattern recognition, and analysis. They stick to the basics about how we are wired. We repeat patterns. How do I leave my house and read what's not normal? There has to be an explanation. Find out today how to be more aware of the lurkers. Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy. Greg Williams is the President and Founder of Arcadia Cognerati, a consulting firm specializing in assessing, developing, and conducting training and education to address urgent safety and security needs in some of the most challenging environments on the planet. Prior to starting his own company, Greg was the former Director of Human Behavior Pattern Recognition & Analysis / Irregular Warfare for Orbis Operations in McLean, Virginia. Previous to that, Greg was the Director, Human Behavior Pattern Recognition & Analysis / Irregular Warfare for Cubic Applications in San Diego, California USA. Greg is a decorated, veteran urban law enforcement professional and a decorated, veteran former soldier with over 30 years of combined experience and expertise. He is an adjunct professor of Sociology and has done work for Western State University, San Diego State University and the University of Southern California as well as USC's Institute for Creative Technology. Greg is an industry expert in Irregular Warfare for the Defense Community. Greg has worked with the Drug Enforcement Administrations (DEA) Mobile Enforcement Team (MET) and the 5th Judicial District's Drug Task Force and Shooting Task Force in Colorado. Greg has held virtually every law enforcement position from patrol officer, shift supervisor, SWAT director, undercover Narcotics operations supervisor, Undersheriff and Interim Chief of Police. Greg has a US Department of Defense (DoD) Top Secret security clearance and has worked as a subject matter expert, contractor or consultant for many US DoD Agencies including the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, the Center for Emerging Threats and Opportunities (CETO), Joint Forces Command (JFCOM), Joint IED Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) and the US Marine Corps Special Operations Training Group (SOTG) to name but a few. Outside of the USA, Greg has worked with NATO Commands including Strategic Allied Command Transformation (Four Star Command), the Hungarian Defence Forces and the NATO Maritime Interdiction Operational Training Center (NMIOTC). Greg has done work for the Ministry of Defense of Iraq, Afghanistan and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Greg has been a subject matter expert (SME) for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) as well as for the future immersive training environment joint capability training demonstration (FITE JCTD). Greg has trained every Tier One military force in the United States and much of the world. Greg has trained the DEA, FBI, ATF, CIA, DIA, and the US Department of Homeland Security, US Border Patrol, US Border Patrol Tactical Unit (BORTAC), US Border Patrol Search, Trauma, and Rescue team (BORSTAR), US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and many other agencies tasked with the protection of US Citizens domestically and abroad. Greg Williams created Combat Profiling and the Combat Profiling Program of Instruction (POI) and the USJFCOMs highly successful Border Hunter Program of Instruction (POI). Greg Williams was the architect of the world-renowned US Marine Corps' highly successful and lifesaving Combat Hunter program. In addition to the Combat Hunter program of instruction (POI); Greg Williams was instrumental in designing and refining the USMCs' Lioness and Law Enforcement Professionals programs for combat zones. Greg has developed programs for Private Security Firms, Delta Air Lines, numerous school systems, First Responders and Law Enforcement agencies. Greg has lectured at Universities in Michigan, Ohio, Florida, Colorado and California. Greg was the co-author on two white papers for scientific journals. Greg has multi-conflict, full spectrum operational experience with conventional and special operations forces, law enforcement professionals, and other government agencies. The Commander of the United States Central Command (CENTCOM) General James Mattis referred to Greg Williams as “a National treasure”. Brian Marren is a decorated Marine, High Threat Protection security professional and Subject Matter Expert on Human Behavior Pattern Recognition & Analysis. He has spent the last eighteen years conducting both real world and training operations all over the United States, the Middle East and both Central and East Asia. Brian is a highly experienced, highly motivated professional that has the ability to adapt to any environment whether he is on the battlefield, in a classroom or at a board meeting. While in the Marine Corps, Brian served as a Marine Scout/Sniper with multiple combat deployments to the Al Anbar Province of Iraq during the height of counterinsurgency operations. As a Team Leader, he successfully led hundreds of both combat and training missions. During this time, Brian was meritoriously promoted ahead of his peers on three separate occasions due to his leadership capability and overall professionalism. After being honorably discharged from the Marine Corps, Brian was hired by Cubic Applications to be a Tactics Analyst at the newly constructed Infantry Immersive Trainer (IIT) aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton. During his time at the IIT Brian trained and advised thousands of Marines on how to make better tactical decisions during highly complex and chaotic live fire training exercises. Under his guidance, thousands of Marines became more adaptable and better at sense making during highly stressful situations. While working as an instructor, Brian assisted with a number of scientific studies conducted by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) and Pacific Science and Engineering (PSE) in order to help determine the efficacy of the Infantry Immersive Trainer and the Marine Corps Combat Hunter program. Brian also worked as a security contractor for the U.S. State Department High Threat Protection program. During this time, he was responsible for personally protecting hundreds of U.S. Government personnel in multiple high threat environments including Iraq and Afghanistan. Brian performed all major duties of a security detail to include leading numerous small teams on highly sensitive protection operations. Brian has trained and advised numerous Tier One military units, conventional forces, and private sector clients on the art and science of Human Behavior Pattern Recognition & Analysis. Brian has also trained and advised hundreds of Law Enforcement Professionals to include US Border Patrol, DEA, ICE, TSA, US Marshals and other federal, state and local law enforcement agencies. Currently, Brian serves as the Vice President of Operations for Arcadia Cognerati, a service provider specializing in assessing, developing and conducting training and education to addressurgent safety and security needs in some of the most challenging environments in the world. Brian continues to serve the veteran community as an Ambassador for Carry The Load. Brian holds a Masters of Science in Applied Psychology from the University of Southern California and a Bachelors of Science in Political Science from Arizona State University. The Left Of Greg Podcast https://linktr.ee/Left_Of_Greg Me and my daddy would love to hear from you! ratethispodcast.com/bettercalldaddy
It's not often that I get to say that I was there when a filmmaker's career began but I can say that about Destin Cretton. Currently he is ushering in Marvel's first Asian superhero with "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" but two decades ago he was a student who had not yet even thought about being a filmmaker. But then he attended the student film festival I ran called Film School Confidential and met San Diego State University professor and filmmaker Greg Durbin and decided to enroll at the SDSU film program. So for this podcast I delve into Cretton's origin story to see how he developed from a student filmmaker to indie darling to Marvel's latest director. Cretton talks about community, challenging himself as an artist and about making "Shang-Chi" and directing Hong Kong cinema royalty like Tony Leung and Michelle Yeoh. Plus I'll preview next month's spy theme with a Share Your Addiction and Cold Turkey about James Bond. And check out the latest Geeky Gourmet video where I'll show you how to make the Chinese rice porridge Shang-Chi eats in the film: https://bit.ly/CJGeekyGourmet
Today's guest is Diana Pastora Carson, a self-described sibling advocate and a big fan of her brother, Joaquin, who spent 15 years of his life in an institution. Joaquin's family fought for three years to bring him home, and he fully supports and endorses the way Diana shares their family story. Diana has been an elementary educator for over 30 years in both general and special education. A lecturer for a Disability and Society course through San Diego State University, Diana also teaches other disability and inclusion courses through SDSU and a local community college. She's a public speaker, inclusion visionary, and community activist who has also done a TEDtalk. With two terms on the board of Disability Rights California, she currently serves on the board of directors for Disability Voices United. Last year, she helped produce a series for Ability magazine in which she interviewed 50 experts and activists in the field of disability. Diana is the author of Beyond Awareness: Bringing Disability Into Diversity Work in K-12 Schools & Communities and the children's book, Ed Roberts: Father of Disability Rights. In addition to starting her own podcast soon, Diana's upcoming endeavors include launching an online course about disability awareness through a social justice lens. Join us for a closer look at disability awareness and how inclusion in the classroom can benefit every student. Show Highlights: How inclusivity in education has changed--and what it means today A specific example of how Diana used a Marc Anthony song to help a non-speaking student engage with his classmates and the curriculum in her classroom Why a general education setting is best for most children with disabilities, even if their work output is very different How life quality is impacted by the early years of social and emotional opportunities Diana's advice about the best way for teachers, administrators, and parents to establish more inclusion in schools What it takes to change people's hearts and minds about inclusion and disability awareness Steps to bring disability awareness and justice Connect with Diana! Visit her website Download Diana's FREE ebook: The Five Keys to Going Beyond Awareness Links/Resources: Thank you for listening! Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to the show to receive every new episode delivered straight to your podcast player every Tuesday. If you enjoyed this episode and believe in our message, then please help us get the word out about this podcast. Rate and Review this show in Apple Podcasts, Stitcher Radio, or Google Play. It helps other listeners find this show. Be sure to connect with us and reach out with any questions/concerns: Facebook Instagram Twitter IEP website This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not to be construed as legal advice specific to your circumstances. If you need help with any legal matters, be sure to consult with an attorney regarding your specific needs.
This week I had the opportunity to talk with Shelia Burrell. She's a Rio Grande High School graduate, UCLA alumni, 2x Olympian in the Heptathlon, and current Head Cross Country and Track Coach at San Diego State University. We talked about her start in running and the heptathlon, and the journey she had in the gap between college and getting endorsed. She's had an incredible journey that I loved learning about and I hope you do as well. We talked about her Olympic experiences and competing with a foot injury, which was just incredible to hear about. Her story was so compelling, we barely had time to talk coaching, but when she did, the love of the sport and her athletes becomes very clear. She is someone that will give you everything she has. I loved hearing about her training with her athletes as long as she could and hearing about her competitive nature. She had me ready to get a few miles in, so I hope she inspires you as well. This time of the year is great; green chile is roasting, balloons are in the air, and kids are competing in cross country races. It's the best time of the year and if you have an opportunity, go and support your local team. Enjoy the weather cooling (hopefully soon), stay safe, and keep running, New Mexico.
You already know how important a good night's sleep is. But how much is enough? This episode begins with some startling information about how just 15 minutes more sleep per night can make a big difference. https://conservancy.umn.edu/handle/11299/162769 We all want pleasure in life. In fact, most of us have a lot of pleasure. Maybe too much pleasure. And all that pleasure can make you miserable according to Dr. Anna Lembke. She is a psychiatrist and medical director of the Stanford Addiction Medicine and author of the bestselling book Dopamine Nation (https://amzn.to/3BahOhY). Listen as she explains how humans are not designed to have unending pleasure whether it's technology or food or anything else. She has some interesting thoughts about why this is such a problem and how we can best deal with all this pleasure. What if credit cards were called “loan cards” instead? Chances are you wouldn't use them as freely according to Eesha Sharma a marketing professor at San Diego State University. Eesha's research revolves around financial wellbeing and how people react to perceived scarcity and deprivation. Her research as appeared in top journals and publications. Listen as she offers some great insight into how we think about and use money that I think will surprise you. Eesha's Twitter handle is @EeshaSharma. Most parents feel good if their kids watch “educational” TV or video programs. Yet one study found something that parents might find a little disturbing. In fact it was so disturbing that some of the researchers changed their kids' viewing habits after seeing the results. Listen as I explain. Source: Po Bronson author of Nurture Shock (https://amzn.to/3mGwu4h). PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS! We really enjoy The Jordan Harbinger Show and we think you will as well! Check out https://jordanharbinger.com/start OR search for The Jordan Harbinger Show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. T-Mobile for Business the leader in 5G, #1 in customer satisfaction, and a partner who includes benefits like 5G in every plan. Visit https://T-Mobile.com/business JUSTWORKS makes it easier for you to start, run and grow a business. Find out how by going to https://justworks.com For more information on fire safety products, safety tips and educational activities you can do at home with your family visit https://firstalert.com/firepreventionmonth https://www.geico.com Bundle your policies and save! It's Geico easy! Visit https://www.remymartin.com/en-us/ to learn more about their exceptional spirits! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hi everyone. I hope you are well. I've been getting ready for the new semester and just saw this Netflix show called The Chair in preparation, which makes fun of academia. Obviously, there were many parts made for dramatic effect, and it was trying to tackle way too many subjects in way too little time, along with being produced by the same people from Game of Thrones gave me pause, but there were a few nice moments that felt also true that made me laugh, along with Sandra Oh's great performance. I'm not sure if that is a strong recommendation or not to see it. But anyway. This week I am returning back to the Las Vegas community through the Rogers Art Loft Residency and I am speaking with the amazing Vogue Robinson, a poet, author, mentor, and teaching artist. Originally from Perris, California, Vogue got her BA in English at San Diego State University before eventually landing in Las Vegas. Vogue was the poet laureate of Clark County, Nevada (2017-2019) and is the first Black woman to receive the Silver Pen Award from the Nevada Writers' Hall of Fame. Vogue has an infectious laugh and was a joy to talk to. We discussed what a poet laureate does, the croaking of frogs, Pringles, Nikki Giovanni, and so much more. As I was listening to the recording, I realized my voice was quite lethargic, even more than usual that day, and I apologize for that. I hope you can bear with it. I think Vogue brings the energy levels up every time she speaks and can't wait to visit her in Las Vegas in the near future. As always, stay safe and healthy and enjoy the show.Links Mentioned:Vogue's WebsiteVogue's InstagramNikki GiovanniNikki-Rosa by Nikki GiovaniAmanda GormanHistory of Poet laureateFollow Seeing Color:Seeing Color WebsiteSubscribe on Apple PodcastsFacebookTwitterInstagram
“So whenever you just get the chance to, you know, kind of be a little creative, be scrappy, and take your own photos. I make my own content. I make content for my channels that we use. And that's definitely the route like marketing you can totally make happen.” - Elizabeth UdellWelcome back to the To Be Blunt podcast! In this episode, Shayda Torabi welcomes Elizabeth Udell, Digital Marketing Manager at CannaCraft, Elizabeth joins us to share her invaluable perspectives on scaling in the cannabis industry, the huge role of digital marketing, and the works behind creating a legacy brand. [00:01 – 08:02] Shayda's CBD Discovery and Updates[08:03– 18:06] Digital Marketing and Liz's Story on Cannabis [18:07 – 24:38] Understanding and Engaging in the Groundwork[24:39 – 28:49] Realizing the Need for Guidance in the Industry[28:50 – 38:09] The FAQs of Creating a Legacy Brand[38:10 – 53:09] Acknowledging the Realities of the Cannabis Industry[53:10 – 56:23] Food for Thought: How do you create freedom with your brand? Elizabeth Udell is a digital marketing manager based in Los Angeles. Born in New York City, she moved down to South Florida as a child and ended up at the University of Florida studying Public Relations and Mass Communications. While at UF, she started writing for the 2nd highest trafficked electronic music blog at the time, EDMTunes which landed her a role at Insomniac Events as a social media manager in Los Angeles. Over the years she has pivoted from music to cannabis and brought her marketing experience with her. Once she mastered the digital marketing of medical and adult-use cannabis in 10 states, she brought her services to clients all over the world in various markets. Her brands include MedMen, CannaCraft, West Coast Cure, Houseplant, Kush Queen and Advanced Nutrients. She also teaches social media management and content writing part time at San Diego State University.Connect with ElizabethVisit https://www.cannacraft.com/ and follow her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn @lizoodell @cannacraftbrandsShayda Torabi has been called one of the most influential Women in WordPress and now she's one of the women leading the cannabis reformation conversation building one of Texas' premier CBD brands. She's currently the CEO and Co-Founder of RESTART CBD, a female-run education first CBD wellness brand. And has formerly held marketing positions at WP Engine and WebDevStudios. Shayda is the host of a podcast for cannabis marketers called To Be Blunt, where she interviews top cannabis brands on their most successful marketing initiatives. When Shayda's not building her cannabiz in Texas, you can find her on the road exploring the best hikes and spots for vegan ice cream. Follow Shayda at @theshaydatorabiKey Quote:“It's very poor planning on my part to have these big grandiose dreams without knowing what is actually the potential possibility for me to have.” - Elizabeth Udell“You just got to be ready to play. Like if this is your dream like this. You gotta make it a reality and just no head in the clouds.” - Elizabeth UdellSPONSORSHIP is brought to you by Restart CBD. Check them out for your CBD needsLEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to join me for episodes featuring some serious cannabis industry by sharing this episode or click here to listen to past episodesRESTART CBD RESTART CBD is an education first CBD wellness brand shipping nationwide. restartcbd.com
Due to rising COVID-19 cases, Scripps Health is postponing some medical procedures to help healthcare workers manage. Meanwhile, San Diego State University started the fall semester Monday morning, with many students back on campus for the first time since the COVID shutdown. Plus, a dizzying selection of 46 candidates appear on the ballot in California's recall election. We have a closer look at four of them — three Republicans and one Democrat.
Interview #87 on The Bootleg Kev Podcast we have LA's own Kalan.FrFr! We talk about his early move to Atlanta which helped jump start his massive music career and we also dig deep to the times he attended school at San Diego State University where he played football and ran into people like Marshall Faulk & Kawhi Leonard. Kalan also expresses why he signed to Roc Nation and gives us an very informative look in the LA Rap scene.LIKE, COMMENT, & SUBSCRIBE! Check out the podcast on platforms: https://linktr.ee/thebootlegkevpodcastFollow Bootleg Kev: http://instagram.com/bootlegkevFollow Kalan.FrFr: ttps://www.instagram.com/kalan.frfr
SPRING BREAKSUMMARY On this week's episode of The Storage Papers, Deandre visits his sister at San Diego State University on a weekend in her dormitory. The parties are lively, and sexual tension is in the air when he encounters someone a little bit different than the other college girls in the building. What he thinks is turning into a sexual fantasy turns out to be a feeding session for a predatory monster.CONTENT WARNINGS: Sexual themes, blood, drug references ---------- ABOUT The Storage Papers is distributed and marketed by Rusty Quill and produced by Grinner Media LLC. It's a fictional horror audio drama with episodes published every two weeks. Some topics may be sensitive for younger viewers. For additional details, visit: Rusty Quill rustyquill.comPatreon patreon.com/grinnermediaGrinner Media grinnermedia.comThe Storage Papers Website https://www.thestoragepapers.com Email firstname.lastname@example.org. ---------- CREDITS This episode was written and performed by Jeremy Enfinger. Episode artwork by Nathan Lunsford. Sound effects and music by Zapsplat. Episode Music, “Close Your Eyes”, “Don't Wake Up”, “Shoelaces” and “I Eat Various Pieces of Rubber and Metal” by Cody Ditzenberger. ---------- SOCIAL Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/storagepapers Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/storagepapers Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/thestoragepapers See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
One of the most impressive guys that host John Laurito has met is joining him in today's episode. Mike Mammini is the owner and president of Mammini Company. He has had tremendous success in the very competitive and challenging financial industry. Mike shared a lot of great stuff in this episode, but probably the most valuable takeaway is one about delegation. Mike Mammini focuses on providing financial and wealth management solutions to a select group of successful individuals, business owners, and trust funds. Together with his team, Mike helps his clients make smart financial decisions and position them to worry less about money. He is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional and Certified Investment Management Analyst and earned a B.S. in Business Marketing/Finance from San Diego State University. He has been in the financial services industry since 1988 and serves as a Senior Advisor for the firm's major clients.Where to find Mike:Web: http://www.mammini.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mike-mammini-cfp%C2%AE-cima%C2%AE-a5958814/Show notes:[3:02] How Mike's business grew and became successful[7:02] On the topic of delegation [11:45] What to do when delegating[15:23] What happens to your team members when you delegate[17:25] Change is always uncomfortable, but it can be productive[18:00] When Mike delegated too much, too fast[21:43] The power of delegating[22:44] What Mike does now for his company[27:15] When people operate well in chaos[28:59] Mike's plans in the next 5-10 years[31:00] To succeed, learn to accept changes[33:30] How to get a hold of Mike?[34:55] OutroGet a copy of Tomorrow's Leader on Amazon https://tinyurl.com/huseae9hText LEADER to 617-393-5383 to receive The Top 10 Things That The Best Leaders Are Doing Right NowFor questions, suggestions, or speaker inquiries, contact me at email@example.com.