Dr. Kristen Eccleston's key differentiator is her first-hand knowledge and demonstrated competence grounded in real-life professional experience. She has a Doctorate of Education in Mind, Brain, & Teaching from Johns Hopkins University, a Master of Science in Special Education from Johns Hopkins University, and a Certificate in Educational Leadership and Administration from Hood College. Dr. Eccleston was the creator and former Director of the Enhanced- Social-Emotional Special Education Services (E-SESES) Program for Montgomery County Public Schools and was a Montgomery County Special Education teacher for over 15 years. She is currently an Adjunct Professor at Towson University in their Secondary and Special Education Graduate Programs. Dr. Eccleston has worked on extensive research examining adolescent mental health impairments in the education environment and is well versed in the needs of the neurodiverse brain. She currently serves as part of the Smithsonian's Zero Barriers in STEM Education Advisory Committee and is a National Board Certified Teacher: Exceptional Needs Specialist. www.ecclestoneducationconsulting.com, Instagram: The.NeuroDiverse.Teacher --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/drdarianparker/message
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Ravi Viswanathan is the Founder & Managing Partner at NewView Capital. Today with over $2.2BN AUM, Ravi has built a portfolio including Plaid, Duolingo, Hims & Hers, MessageBird, and Scopely. Prior to founding NVC, Ravi was a General Partner at NEA, where he co-led the firm's fintech investment practice and made investments in Braintree (acquired by PayPal), MuleSoft (acquired by Salesforce) and Plaid to name a few. In Today's Episode with Ravi Viswanathan: 1.) Entry Into Venture: How Ravi made his way into the world of venture with NEA? What led Ravi to spin out of NEA and raise $1.3BN for the debut NewView fund? How did seeing the multiple booms and busts impact Ravi's mindset investing today? 2.) Impact on Seed and Series A: What is the impact of the current market on the seed ecosystem? Why does Ravi believe we could and will see price inflation at the earlier stages? How does Ravi advise early-stage founders when it comes to managing runway and burn? 3.) Impact on Growth: How does the current macro environment impact the growth landscape today? How does Ravi reflect on his own price sensitivity? Why will this landscape be some of the best times to invest? Where is Ravi most excited? How does Ravi assess the difference between efficiency and capital-driven growth? 4.) Secondaries and M&A: How does Ravi believe the secondary market will be impacted? Why will more and more of the best seed and early funds engage in secondaries? How does Ravi advise managers on sizing the right amount to take off the table when selling? How does Ravi expect the private company to private company M&A market to change? Why is this change in the M&A market so exciting?
The authors of Thinking Reading: What Every Secondary Teacher Needs to Know About Reading, James and Dianne Murphy, join Melissa and Lori to discuss secondary struggling readers. Where do secondary educators start with struggling students? Put simply, there are two parts to intervention: learning and practice (for automaticity). Keeping those in mind, target what students need to know, explicitly teach and practice, and keep it manageable and motivating. Related Episodes: Ep. 90: Improving Reading for Older Students with David Liben Part 1Ep. 91: Improving Reading for Older Students with David Liben Part 2 Resources Thinking Reading: What Every Secondary Teacher Needs to Know About Reading by James and Dianne MurphyConnect with us!Facebook and join our Facebook Group Twitter Instagram Visit our website and subscribe to our newsletter. Helping teachers learn about science of reading, knowledge building, and high quality curriculum.
Former All-Pro linebacker and ESPN NFL analyst Luke Kuechley had high praise for the Minnesota Vikings saying they could have the best secondary in the league in 2022. Timestamps: • (0:40) 53 Man Roster Projection • (6:41) NFL Schedule Leaks • (16:34) Kwesi Just an Analytics Guy? • (24:25) Greenway - Zimmer's Elite • (30:41) Numbers Changes • (33:23) Rookie and Free Agent #s A Northern Digital Production --- YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/purpleftwpodcast
If you had to chose one, would you rather have: - A preacher who rightly understood the Trinity but was a little woke, or - A preacher who was not woke but taught aberrant theology on the Trinity? Welcome to evangelicalism. Celebrity evangelicalism.
Colby Armstrong breaks down what went right and wrong for the Pens in Game 3 Saturday night and what they have to do to keep the momentum rolling tonight in Game 4, Steve Byrne feels for the fan that got shut down in the stands after Danton Heinen's go-ahead goal, and more
In this episode I sit down with Ciara, one the of teacher recruitment specialists at ANZUK Education.We will go through all you need to know to start the process of teaching abroad.If this seems like the perfect fit for you, all you have to do is fill in the form and we will be in touch. Let's make that dream a reality.We can't wait to meet you At anzuk, we place exceptional people in educational settings, but we know it doesn't end there. We place the right teacher, in the right classroom every time. Why? Because we know that when one exceptional educator is in a classroom, 30 children get a great educational experience that day. Operating between Australia, the UK, NZ and the USA we are excited that anzuk educators are reaching classrooms around the world and making a global impactSettings we work in:Early Childhood - casual and permanent opportunitiesOut of School Hours CareTeaching Assistants*Casual School/ Relief Teaching- Primary, Secondary, Special Educational NeedsPermanent and Contract TeachingExecutiveLocations we operate in:AustraliaVictoria (Melbourne, Geelong, Regional)New South Wales (Sydney, Regional)Queensland (Brisane, Regional)ACT (Canberra, Regional)New ZealandAucklandWellingtonChristchurchUSACaliforniaTexasArizonaUKLondonBristolWalesThis podcast is sponsored by Gym+CoffeeUse my discount code:CAROLINE10 Gym+Coffee is Ireland's leading athleisure brand and community. They believe in socialising around exercise and have built a passionate global community who are committed to their Make Life Richer philosophy.Their values and beliefs are everything I stand for and work towards building here in the A County Down Under Podcast, Events and Community here in Australia and internationally.Follow @acountydownunder and www.acountydownunder.com for more about life abroad and all our amazing monthly events and weekly sunrise clubs across the world.
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This is a portion of Paid Search Podcast episode 307 titled "Exciting Updates to Conversion Tracking in Google Ads". In this clip, Chris and Jason discuss primary vs. secondary conversions. “Include in conversion column” is gone and replaced with primary and secondary.Link:About primary and secondary conversion actions - https://support.google.com/google-ads/answer/11461796Send us your questions here - https://paidsearchpodcast.com/contact-us/Subscribe to the Paid Search Podcast on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/ThePaidSearchPodcast
On today's episode of Locked on Oilers, the Oilers win game 2 as they get secondary scoring from anybody not named Connor McDavid or Leon Draisaitl, as 5 different Oilers get on the scoresheet in game 2. We look at the good, the bad, and the ugly from game 2, plus, it seems like Playoff Kassian is back! What does that mean for the Oilers heading into Los Angeles for game 3 and which Oilers might prevail later on in the series for the Oilers, as well? All this and more on today's episode of Locked on Oilers! Subscribe to our YouTube channel: Locked on Oilers Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! HelloFresh Go to HelloFresh.com/lockedon16 and use code lockedon16 for up to 16 free meals AND 3 free gifts. Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Shady Rays EXCLUSIVELY FOR OUR LISTENERS, HEAD TO SHADYRAYS.COM AND USE CODE LOCKEDON TO GET FIFTY PERCENT OFF TWO OR MORE PAIRS OF POLARIZED SUNGLASSES. Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NHLNETWORK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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ITB hosts Geoff Mosher and Adam Caplan recap the entire Eagles draft, explaining how some of the higher picks will impact the team and the team's thinking about prospects in certain rounds. They explain why the Eagles drafted five players but none in the defensive backfield, which was bypassed high in the draft for another year. They also discussed the futures of some Eagles who could be traded. #PhiladelphiaEagles #JordanDavis #AJBrown. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER: http://eepurl.com/hZU4_n ► Knack Bags • Use promo code KNACKBIRDS to get get a free TSA-approved lock with purchase! https://knackbags.com/?clickid=RpKWRsTI7xyIW4x1dbxkyUE8UkGXDI1sMUORTs0&utm_source=impact&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=Inside%20the%20Birds&irgwc=1 ► Devicore • Use this link for 15% off your next order and a free 15-minute career coaching consultation!: https://devicore.com/birds ► Sky Motor Cars • Visit www.skymotorcars.com and tell them Adam and Geoff sent you! ► Knack Bags • Use promo code KNACKBIRDS to get get a free TSA-approved lock with purchase! https://knackbags.com/?clickid=RpKWRsTI7xyIW4x1dbxkyUE8UkGXDI1sMUORTs0&utm_source=impact&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=Inside%20the%20Birds&irgwc=1 Follow the Hosts! ► Follow our Podcast on Twitter: https://twitter.com/InsideBirds ► Follow Geoff Mosher on Twitter: https://twitter.com/geoffmoshernfl ► Follow Adam Caplan on Twitter: https://twitter.com/caplannfl How to access our FULL Podcast: APPLE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/inside-the-birds-a-philadelphia-eagles-podcast/id1468542488 SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/5nkHSVLxieP20raCb8FcnE NFL insider veterans take an in-depth look that no other show can offer! Be sure to subscribe to stay up to date with the latest news, rumors, and discussions. For more, be sure to check out our official website: https://www.insidethebirds.com
Dr. Drew Carey discusses macular hole treatment with Dr. Bobeck S. Modjtahedi on his Ophthalmology Retina article, “Treatment of Secondary Full-Thickness Macular Holes with Topical Therapy.” Treatment of Secondary Full-Thickness Macular Holes with Topical Therapy. Niffenegger, John H. et al. Ophthalmology Retina, Volume 4, Issue 7, 695 – 699
Hey friends! On today's Thursday truth bomb, we are going to dive into this topic of primary vs. secondary issues and how knowing this can really help us become more unified as believers. As the body of Christ, we know division is a weapon from the enemy and he wants nothing more than for us to tear each other apart so he doesn't have to do it for us. But, when we know what the MOST IMPORANT thing is that roots us ALL as Christians, we can fight this fight together and unified! And, perhaps, we can learn to live less offended and learn that it's ok if our convictions vary Christian to Christian.JOY REVIVAL VIRTUAL CONFERENCE HERE!!!!! Check out my website for e-workbooks, courses, apparel, and info on God Is Within Her Mentoring Community and 1-on-1 Faith + Mindset coaching for women with me!Work with me // www.valreynolds.comConnect with me // @val_reynoldsCollab with me // email@example.comSupport the show (https://paypal.me/ValarieReynolds?locale.x=en_US)
Connor Rogers talks about the top storylines around the NFL Draft, the first quarterback to be selected in this class, the position groups that could be strengthened by the Browns, Baker Mayfield's trade timeline and more.
For this episode, Tom and Emma chat with Christopher Such, an #author and primary teacher from Peterborough. In the first part of their conversation, the group discusses Christopher's focus on literacy and teaching reading in primary school. Christopher's book on teaching reading (The Art and Science of Teaching Primary Reading) has recently been buzzing through the UK #education world. The book's strength comes from Christopher's experience teaching primary reading, particularly his ability to connect with the learner and the dynamics of what makes a great reader. Rather than provide a step-by-step approach to teaching reading, Christopher's book offers a #framework for education that contextualizes teaching reading in their own experience and lesson plans. In the second part of the discussion, Tom, Emma, and Christopher discuss the science of teaching reading. Christopher's scientific approach is revolutionary and combines concepts from other researchers in education in a workable and well-thought-out model. Christopher has a background in science, having received a bachelor's and master's in chemistry, and his book came from a want for more scientific exploration of reading. He expertly combines the experimental with the practical applications of reading theory. Mind the Gap is presented by John Catt Educational, a leading independent publisher that has supported teachers and school leaders with research-based, easy-to-use professional development publications since 1959. Learn more about books from Tom, Emma, and many other world-class authors at us.johncattbookshop.com (US) or johncattbookshop.com (International). About the participants: Christopher Such is a key stage one primary teacher and curriculum leader from Peterborough. He has worked in education for thirteen years, including spells in every key stage from foundation to A-Level, teaching primarily in upper key stage 2. He is also the author of The Art and Science of Teaching Primary Reading and articles on various topics in education. Follow Christopher on Twitter @Suchmo83 Tom Sherrington has worked in schools as a teacher and leader for 30 years and is now a consultant specializing in teacher development and curriculum & assessment planning. His books include Teaching WalkThrus, Rosenshine's Principles in Action, and The Learning Rainforest Fieldbook. He regularly contributes to conferences and CPD sessions locally and nationally and is busy working in schools and colleges across the UK and around the world. Follow Tom on Twitter @teacherhead Emma Turner joined Discovery Schools Academy Trust as the Research and CPD lead after 20 years in primary teaching. She is the founder of ‘NewEd – Joyful CPD for early-career teachers,' a not-for-profit approach to CPD to encourage positivity amongst the profession and help to retain teachers in post. Turner is the author of Be More Toddler: A Leadership Education From Our Little Learners and Let's Talk About Flex: Flipping the flexible working narrative for education. Follow Emma on Twitter @emma_turner75 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mindthegap-edu/message
All news. We break down, Jack chiming in on Twitter's sale to Elon Musk and the employee reactions (2:21). Then, we talk about an NFT project where Doctor influencers on TikTok are selling access to medical advice (40:02). To wrap, we cover Hopin's fundraising at a large valuation, its founder's $195M secondary sale and more (52:27).
In today's episode, Heather and Rich are joined by guest "Phibacka31" or Phil, an NFT enthusiast, Community Manager of NFTs, Host of Talking Headz via Twitch & the Graveyard Shift via Twitter spaces, and dedicated teacher in the space, to help us know what secondary sales are in NFTs, how it works, how they can affect your purchases, and more! Let's get into it... Check out Phibacka31's socials: https://twitter.com/phibacka31?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor (Twitter) | https://www.wendrop.io/ (Website) This podcast is sponsored by Dead Heads: Website - https://www.deadheads.io/ (https://www.deadheads.io/) Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/deadheads_nft/ (https://www.instagram.com/deadheads_nft/) YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/DeadHeadsNFT (https://www.youtube.com/c/DeadHeadsNFT) OpenSea - https://opensea.io/collection/deadheads (https://opensea.io/collection/deadheads) Twitter - https://twitter.com/DeadHeadsNFT (https://twitter.com/DeadHeadsNFT) Discord - https://discord.com/invite/ECqkn4cdEp (https://discord.com/invite/ECqkn4cdEp) Questions? Comments? Join our community on https://discord.com/invite/Z7yEcDN6yy (Discord) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! You can follow NFTs 4 Newbies on social https://bit.ly/3rBGGxI (HERE) * Disclaimer* This content is for educational and entertainment purposes only. We are not giving financial or investment advice.
With so much suffering going on in the world that's worthy of our compassion and engagement, it's easy to become overwhelmed by it even as we have the desire to remain engaged. Secondary traumatic stress is the stress we are exposed to when we interact with other people's stress, and it manifests at both an individual and societal level. When not managed effectively, it wears us down and diminishes our ability to contribute in a positive way.On this episode of Being Well, Forrest talks with trauma expert Laura van Dernoot Lipsy about how we can better manage secondary traumatic stress, how to avoid burnout and overwhelm, and what it looks like to stay hopeful and live fully in the face of daunting societal challenges.About Our Guest: Laura van Dernoot Lipsky is the founder and director of The Trauma Stewardship Institute and author of Trauma Stewardship: An Everyday Guide to Caring for Self While Caring for Others and The Age of Overwhelm. She is a widely recognized pioneer in the field of trauma exposure and has worked locally, nationally, and internationally for more than three decades.Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics:0:00: Introduction1:35: Laura's personal experience4:10: How secondary trauma shows up for people6:45: Martyrdom and the responsibility of organizations to create sustainable environments10:30: Concern with how trauma is normalized within communities14:10: Internalized oppression and overwhelm in the broader culture17:40: The broader systemic context and the ineffectiveness of burning yourself out21:50: The necessity of taking breaks26:40: How to feel okay taking time to unplug from discourse on charged topics33:35: Differentiating between spheres of control and acknowledging grief37:45: Finding ways to stay hopeful40:35: What Laura is grateful for and stressed about44:35: RecapSupport the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.Have a question for us? Email: email@example.com to submit questions or potential topics you'd like us to explore in future episodes.Sponsors:Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month!Want to sleep better? Try the Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Try Splendid Spoon today and take meal-planning off your plate. Just go to SplendidSpoon.com/BEINGWELL for $50 off your first boxConnect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website
In this episode of the IJGC podcast, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Pedro Ramirez is joined by Dr. Robert Bristow, Prof. Christina Fotopoulou, and Dr. Myong Cheol Lim to discuss Secondary Cytoreductive Surgery in Ovarian Cancer. Dr. Bristow is Professor and Chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine. His clinical expertise and research interests focus on the surgical management of advanced-stage and recurrent ovarian cancer. Prof. Christina Fotopoulou has served as the Chair of Gynaecological Cancer Surgery at the Department of Surgery and Cancer at Imperial College London, UK. She has served as an elected ESGO council member and Chair of the ESGO guidelines committee. Dr. Myong Cheol Lim is a gynecologic oncologist, working for National Cancer Center Korea. He is fully dedicated to clinical research, including cytoreductive surgery and HIPEC for the management of ovarian cancer. Highlights: - This large meta-analysis on the value of secondary debulking showed that both complete as well as optimal cytoreductive surgery for ovarian cancer relapse significantly increased patients' overall survival. - Median overall survival of a patients cohort increased by 9% and 7% when the complete and optimal cytoreductive rates increased by 10%, respectively, even after adjusting of other well established prognostic factors. - Patients with ovarian cancer relapse should be evaluated for their eligibility for secondary debulking surgery in an effort to improve their survival.
Cornerback remains one of the few positions of need the Kansas City Chiefs have yet to address during the offseason, which probably makes it a priority in the 2022 NFL Draft. “4th & 1” analyst Nick Jacobs and host Tod Palmer discuss the best fits for the Chiefs among secondary players, including possible additions at safety. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/woodshoplife Sean 1)First off I want say how much I've enjoyed listening to your podcast over the past year or more. With the right balance of instruction and interaction between the hosts, it's both informative and entertaining. I've been woodworking for quite some time and I ran across something I never experienced before and was hoping you might have some insight. I'm building a floor lamp with three curved legs as a base. I made a template for the leg profile out of ¼ inch hardboard. Using a straight pattern bit on my router table, I was able to easily create three legs out of ¾ plywood for my prototype. Happy with the design I used the template to trace out the legs on some ¾ walnut. I then rough cut out the legs on the band saw, leaving a 1/16inch of material outside of the line. From there it was back to the router table where I attempted to flush cut the legs using the template and straight pattern bit. This gave me no trouble at all when routing the plywood prototype legs, but as soon as I carefully eased the walnut into the bit, it would immediately catch and tear out. I purchased a ¼ inch spiral flush trim bit and also used a starting pin but the results where the same. I continued to get bad catches and tear out no matter how carefully or slowly I went. In all my years of woodworking, I've never run across anything like this. Any ideas on what I could do different? Terry 2) Hi guys and thanks again for making the ULTIMATE (remember that episode?) woodworking podcast, And by the way, thanks for answering my last question. I live in Bergen, Norway and a small local timber merchant is selling Beech (I guess it is European beech) and Alder (again European alder I believe) at quite a reasonable price. Here in Norway poplar is not readily available. Given a choice between the two, which would you choose as a secondary wood (for drawers and parts that won't be seen)? And if you were to make furniture project wholly out of one of them, which would you choose? And of course, why? Both are rated as perishable. The beech is quite a lot harder according to the janka scale. 6460N vs. 2890N. The beech is supposedly superb for steam bending, but I have yet to get there in my skill set. And both seem to have quite good workability. I am not sure I appreciate the ray fleck look or the slightly yellow look on the beech that I have seen, but that may be fixed during finishing if the other attributes make it worth while. I have however, little experience with alder. Looking forward to your discussion on this. Sincerely, Gøran Eliassen Nomad Makes Guy 1) Hey guys. My question is about pricing your woodworking and getting past imposter syndrome. I have recently started making some items for a group of dog breed enthusiasts and I have experienced a substantial growth in demand for items that fall much more into the "art" category than the "furniture" category. As a hobbyist woodworker, I do not have a huge portfolio of work that I've sold, only a few items here and there. Moving forward, I plan on building into a more substantial business. I obviously want to price my work at what it's worth, but I can be very self conscious about my skills and tend to undervalue what I'm worth. I obviously want to sell as much as I can, but how do I sell my work at a value that gets its out into the world without setting a low bar price-wise for the future? I am my harshest critic. Joshua 2) Hey Guy(s)! Thankfully this question is not very time sensitive, so hopefully you can get to it before I need to take your answer(s) into consideration. My wife and I are in the process of redesigning our kitchen that is in need of a serious facelift. We plan on contracting out the plumbing and electrical and fortunately aren't doing any structural modifications to the house itself. Our current debate involves the cabinetry. I'm a fairly competent woodworker and love a good challenge. Personally, I'd rather take the money we would pay a cabinet shop to build and install new cabinets and make some needed upgrades and additions to my own workshop to do them myself. I'm not a fan of raised panel designs so I'll probably do more shaker style cabinets. I have a Sawstop contractor saw, 14” bandsaw, 13” planer, basic router table, bench top drill press, and an older model Festool track saw, plus various other hand tools Considering I expect to save somewhere in the range of $5-10K by doing it myself, what additional tools would you recommend? As specific as you'd like to be would be great if you have machines you've been very happy with. Side note: we had to take down a large white oak in our back yard and I plan to have it milled up and kiln dried to continue its life on our property. Thanks for your time and your continued insight to help us all become better woodworkers! Shawn @terpax Huy 1) Aloha Boys! I have a question about managing humidity and rust in the workshop. I live in Hawaii and have my workshop in a detached garage. Most buildings here including my workshop have jaulosie style windows and I can't completely seal and temperature control my shop. I am spraying or wiping down my larger tools with T-9 and other rust inhibitors, but many of my other various tools and equipment are quickly rusting. Outside of temperature controlling a shop, any other tips tricks or ideas? Are silicone gel packs a waste of money? Would it be crazy to put rubber weather sealing on cabinet doors? Mahalo boys, you are the best! Matt 2)Hey again, love the podcast and the advice you give. Recently you answered why I suck at hinges, and one reason mentioned was the cheap hardware I often use. This lead me to another thought. When do you buy the hardware for a project? Before you begin, or once it's all made? I tend to wait until after the project is made, and unfortunately that also means I sometimes struggle to find hardware that will work. I've been known to buy many different sets of hinges to take home and see how they look on a box, or even carried boxes into Rockler to try there. I've also ran into the issue of fit. I recently made a shoe-shine box, and when I planed the lumber, i just ran it through until I thought it looked good. I didn't measure at all. But when I went to buy hinges, the odd sizing left me with hinges that were either too big and stuck out, or not strong enough for the weight of the lid/shoe support. I ended up with external hinges that I didn't like, and 3 of them for strength, all because I didn't plan ahead. My wife likes it, but what does she know about design? Peter
Our emphasis on the 2022 NFL Draft continues, but first we have to discuss Deebo Samuel's trade request on this episode. And to do that, Will Brinson, Josh Edwards and Chris Trapasso convene for this episode of Pick Six. Why does Deebo want to move on from the 49ers and what are the ideal landing spots for the do-it-all player? The guys then cover the original intention of this podcast and that's defensive draft prospects. Josh and Chris analyze EDGE, DL, LB, CB & S position groups identifying their top 5 prospects at each position, prospect they are most confident in, a "buyer beware" candidate as well as sleepers and small school standouts! (2:45) Deebo Samuel trade request (20:30) EDGE breakdown (36:45) DL breakdown (43:15) LB breakdown (49:45) CB breakdown (54:45) Safety breakdown Get 20% off Pick Six Today merch: https://store.cbssports.com/collections/pick-six?utm_source=podcast-apple-com&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=buy-our-merch&utm_content=pick-six-collection 'Pick Six' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. You can listen to Pick Six on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Pick Six NFL podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Pick Six NFL podcast." Follow the Pick Six team on Twitter: @picksixpod, @willbrinson, @ryanwilsonCBS, @johnbreech, @E_DeBerardinis Visit the Pick Six YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/picksix Check out the Pick Six Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/picksixpod/?hl=en Read the Pick Six newsletter here: https://www.cbssports.com/newsletters/picksix/ Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/758548147935545/ For more NFL coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Colts running backs are valedictorians, and wide receivers need tutoring as we grade the current quality of the roster. Secondary had a very good week, so they take a step toward advanced classes! Indiana has two five star recruits coming to Bloomington, so they now have an 11-1 all-time advantage over Purdue. So why does Purdue keep posting winning Big 10 seasons while the Hoosiers have enjoyed one in the last eight? Jerry West is furious over depiction in HBO's Winning Time! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
Meal prep is arguably the most important tool to utilize for losing weight and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Yet, it is one of the things that people struggle with the most due to the convenience and taste of modern processed food. In this episode, Drew dives into everything you need to know about meal prep - including his favorite routines, and how to avoid burnout which will inevitably lead to you going straight back to old habits. HIGHLIGHTS: [02:21] The importance of meal prep, and why it is a key skill to master in order to sustain a healthy lifestyle. [05:15] Drew's recommended routine for meal prep, and how to choose the best meals that will work for you. [08:32] Secondary options for meal prep, and some practical tips to help you avoid burnout. [13:29] Why meal prep is so difficult from a psychological standpoint, and why so many people struggle with food. SPONSORS: Stephen Cabral — Get to the root cause of your low mood, fatigue, weight gain, & rapid aging with at-home lab testing. Claim your FREE at home lab test by clicking → HERE ← or visiting stephencabral.com/fit2fat2fit. Complete Wellness Supplements — Shop Drew's hand-formulated, high-quality, pre-workout greens, Keto Meal Replacement with grass-fed collagen, MCT Oil soft-gels, bone broth, and more! Use the code “podcast” to get 20% off of your order! SHOW LINKS: Take the Fit2Fat2Fit Podcast Listener Survey Fit2Fat2Fit on Facebook @Fit2Fat2Fit on Instagram Fit2Fat2Fit Book Keto School Program Complete Keto Book Email Drew: firstname.lastname@example.org
With all of the great prospects in the upcoming NFL Draft, there is an intriguing stable of defensive backs available for teams in 2022. Join BTSC's Jeremy Betz and Andrew Wilbar for this and how they familiarize Steeler Nation with who to know when it comes to the future rookie class of the Men of Steel and the rest of the National Football League. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, the Jason, Philip, and Duffey attempt to ask and answer a relevant question regarding the approach of doctrinal and practical issues in the life of a believer. How serious should one take a particular issue? Are their helpful categories for believers to think in? Are the categories of "primary", "secondary", and "tertiary" helpful categories? To ask a question for the podcast: 1. Go to www.bbcemory.org. 2. Click on the media tab. 3. Scroll down until you see Asking for a Friend! There you will find the box to ask a question!
Now that we've spent time talking about how to recognize trauma and battle burnout in the workplace, it's only fitting we move right into how to recognize signs of Secondary Trauma. Secondary Traumatic Stress can be any combination of emotional, mental, or behavioral trauma responses like images getting stuck in your head, avoidance, intrusive negative thoughts, and difficulty concentrating. STS can mirror the same signs of someone experiencing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), but the difference is you don't experience the traumatic event directly. Instead, Secondary Traumatic Stress (STS) can occur in anyone who hears the firsthand account, or is indirectly exposed, to someone else's traumatic experience. Tune in to this episode with Nikki Young and Alyssa Najera as they share examples of Secondary Traumatic Stress and help you better understand hot better recognize and navigate secondary traumatization. In this episode we talk about: What is Secondary Traumatic Stress? Secondary Traumatic Stress (STS) is a combination of trauma responses that can result from hearing, watching, or reading about the traumatic experience of others. This can occur from professional roles of working with trauma survivors, witnessing criminal acts of violence, working the Emergency Department or working in protective services. STS, however, can also occur outside of work and as a result of hearing someone story, witnessing disturbing images or video on social media or news outlets, or learning something traumatic happened to someone you love. Signs of Secondary Traumatic Stress Secondary Traumatic Stress mimic the same trauma responses as those described in Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The only difference, however, is STS can result from learning about the firsthand experience of someone else's trauma, whereas PTSD requires a person directly experiencing an event or series of events. These trauma responses include a cluster of physical, cognitive, and behavioral symptoms including, but not limited to, the following: Hypervigilance: Exhibiting extreme alertness, care, or caution in one or several areas of your life Increased Startle Response: Feeling extra jumpy or on edge Difficulty concentrating Easily distracted Images or parts of an event get stuck or replay in your head Avoidance of people, places, or things that might remind you of the event or series of events Disrupted sleep or nightmares Irritability Feelings of guilt or helplessness Somatic or physiological responses to being reminded of the event(s) Who is at Risk of Experiencing Secondary Traumatic Stress (STS) While people working in crisis or with trauma exposed populations are at an exceptionally high risk, secondary traumatic can also occur due to exposure to images or stories you hear in the media, national crisis, or videos. According to research, the below populations are at high risk of developing Secondary Traumatic Stress First Responders Child Protective Service Providers Mental Health Clinicians Educators Health Care Providers Helping Professionals What is the difference between Secondary Traumatic Stress, Vicarious Trauma, and Compassion Fatigue? Although these terms are often used interchangeably, they are distinctly different. Secondary Traumatic Stress refers to the presence of trauma symptoms, also consistent with PTSD symptoms, that are caused by at least one indirect exposure to traumatic material or events. This exposure could be through learning about someone's story firsthand verbally, via images, news media, reports, social media, or videos. Vicarious Trauma is less focused on trauma responses or symptoms and more focused on the cognitive changes or shifts in world view that occur over time because of repeated exposure to trauma stories. Vicarious traumatization is less present as trauma responses and more present as a shift in one's overall perspective of their environment. Compassion Fatigue also known as Empathic Strain Compassion fatigue is the gradual increase of immense emotional and physical exhaustion resulting from the ongoing output of empathy and compassion required in one's work. It is most commonly experienced in health care and helping professions, but is also experienced in other professions. Compassion fatigue can result in feelings of indifference or apathy toward the pain and suffering of others. Resources mentioned: We've pulled together any resources mentioned in this episode and put together some links: National Child Traumatic Stress Network; STS a Fact Sheet for Child-Serving Professionals https://www.nctsn.org/sites/default/files/resources/fact-sheet/secondary_traumatic_stress_child_serving_professionals.pdf Professional Quality of Life Scale https://proqol.org Thank you for allowing us into your lives and helping us make mental health relatable and a part of your everyday conversation! For more information or to access all episodes visit TherapistsUncut.com. What is the Therapists Uncut Podcast: The Therapists Uncut Podcast is a light-hearted, informative self-help podcast for grown-ups. It is hosted by off-the-clock therapists hoping to validate your experiences, normalize therapy and therapists, and help you prioritize your mental health. Who are the Therapists Uncut Podcast Co-Hosts: Nikki Young is co-host of Therapists Uncut and a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. Nikki keeps it personable and professional. Yet, she always manages to keep the Therapists Uncut family and followers laughing. You may find her squirreling through topics, stories, or jokes, and all in good fun. Don't worry because someone will bring her back around to the conversation. Nikki is a licensed marriage and family therapist in her private practice located in Modesto, CA, and she is also a Crisis Junkie at heart. In addition to being co-owner of a group private practice, she is also a crisis clinician responding to local mental health crisis and emergencies. Learn more about Nikki at catalystcounselinginc.com Alyssa Najera is co-host of Therapists Uncut and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Alyssa is typically calm and composed on most days, but often has difficulty containing her excitement about the little things in life. She loves to laugh, spread positivity, and is often caught with a smile on her face. Alyssa is also a Child Welfare Services social worker and supervisor alumni, previous child sexual abuse forensic interviewer, trainer and consultant, and CEO of a group private practice in the small town of Oakdale, CA. Learn more about Alyssa at smalltowncounselingca.com or alyssanajera.com. Disclaimer: Thank you for joining Therapists Uncut, a production of AMP Smart Business. To learn more about Therapists Uncut and stay up on upcoming episodes, please subscribe and follow us on social media. As a reminder, although the Therapists Uncut co-hosts are licensed therapists, they are not your therapist. This podcast is not intended to substitute professional mental health counseling. If you need professional therapy, please contact your local provider or primary care provider. Thanks for listening and we'll see you on the next episode of Therapists Uncut! Social Media Links Instagram @therapistsuncut Facebook @therapistsuncut Credits: Therapists Uncut is a production of AMP Smart Business. Voice Over by Alexia Gloria
Michelle Magdziuk and Rob "Stats" Guerrera look at some draft options for the 49ers at picks 61, 93, and 105. Michelle poo-poos the Kemoko Turay signing (3:04) Wide receivers that fit the 49ers (7:10) Secondary help at safety and corner (22:48) What's the bigger need: Edge rusher or defensive tackle (34:17) Why the offensive line has to be patched up this offseason (41:13) One sleeper RB that's perfect for the 49ers (47:26) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Henrique Dubugras is the Founder and CEO @ Brex, the company re-imagining financial systems so every growing company can realize its full potential. To date, Henrique has raised over $1.1BN for Brex from some of the best including Ribbit, Greenoaks, DST, IVP, Caffeinated Capital and Elad Gil to name a few. Henrique is also a board member at Mercado Libre. Prior to co-founding Brex, Henrique co-founded Pagar.me, there he scaled the company to $15BN in GMV and over 100 people before selling the company in 2016. In Today's Episode with Henrique Dubugras You Will Learn: 1.) The Founding of Brex: What was the founding a-ha moment for Henrique and Pedro with Brex? What advice did Evan Spiegel give Henrique when it comes to being a great CEO? 2.) Hiring: The Trials and Tribulations What have been Henrique's biggest hiring mistakes? How do founders know when they are ready to bring in the seasoned exec vs the younger jack of all trades candidate? What have been Henrique's biggest lessons in what it takes to hire true A* talent? Where does Henrique see other founders make big hiring mistakes? 3.) Product Expansion and Marketing: How does Henrique assess when is the right time to release a second product? What have been Henrique's biggest mistakes and lessons when it comes to product marketing? How can one retain the simplicity of product messaging with scaling the product? Brex expanded the product too far, too fast. How did they walk it back so successfully? 4.) Henrique: The Leader How does Henrique approach his own relationship to money today? How has it changed over time? What luxury expenditure has Henrique made over the last 12 months that he feels is worth it? How does Henrique think about ego management? What does he do to keep his in check? Item's Mentioned In Today's Episode with Henrique Dubugras Henrique's Favourite Book: The Innovator's Solution: Creating and Sustaining Successful Growth
Today's solo episode is all about the emotion regulation module of DBT (dialectical behavioral therapy). I dive into everything you need to know to decrease your emotional vulnerability, effectively cope with emotions that arise and improve regulation long-term. Skills/topics mentioned include building your life worth living, understanding your priorities/values so you can live in line with them, ABC PLEASE skills, mindfulness of current emotions, and changing emotional responses. MENTIONED + https://www.mcleanhospital.org/treatment/3east (3East McLean Hospital) + https://depts.washington.edu/uwbrtc/about-us/dialectical-behavior-therapy/ (DBT) + https://www.shepersistedpodcast.com/podcast-episodes/ep85 (Ep. 85 The Emotion Education you Should Have Gotten: Evolutionary Causes, Core Emotions, Primary vs. Secondary, and How to Cope) + https://www.shepersistedpodcast.com/podcast-episodes/ep90 (Ep. 90 Crisis Survival 101: Coping Skills, SUDs Scores, + My Recommendations) + https://www.amazon.com/dp/1572307811?tag=onamzsadiekil-20&linkCode=ssc&creativeASIN=1572307811&asc_item-id=amzn1.ideas.BUSRSZXXXINI (DBT Skills Handbook) + https://www.shepersistedpodcast.com/podcast-episodes/ep95 (Emotion Regulation Worksheets (on the blog)) + https://www.amazon.com/dp/1632868318?tag=onamzsadiekil-20&linkCode=ssc&creativeASIN=1632868318&asc_item-id=amzn1.ideas.BUSRSZXXXINI (Lost Connections by Johann Hari) + https://www.shepersistedpodcast.com/podcast-episodes/ep75 (Ep. 75 Amen Clinic's Dr. Jay Faber on Teenage Substance Use: Brain Impacts, Long-Term Effects, and Quitting Tips) + https://ouraring.com/ (Oura Ring) + https://www.shepersistedpodcast.com/podcast-episodes/ep39?rq=sleep (Ep. 39 Your Foolproof Guide to a Good Night's Sleep (+ 2 Guided Sleep Meditation Practices)) SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOC (https://amzn.to/3A69GOC) EPISODE SPONSORS
A lot has changed this spring in the Ohio State secondary. From the emergence of a pair of promising young cornerbacks, Jakailin Johnson and Jordan Hancock, to the arrival of safety Tanner McCalister, and the return of Josh Proctor after a serious injury, the 2022 Buckeyes should have a very different look in the back end than they did last fall. In this episode of the Morning Scoop podcast, you'll hear directly from a number of those defensive backs about those changes and much more.
What are expectations for Ohio State's secondary in 2022? How is the talent? What are early vibes on the new coaches? What do we think about OSU using three safeties on the field together? Also, who has the higher ceiling at quarterback? Kyle McCord or Devin Brown? Patrick Murphy joins Dave Biddle on the Friday 5ish to discuss that and much more. (Jonah Booker will be back on the show next Friday.) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Lindsay continues her position-by-position breakdown of NFL Draft prospects as Eric Crocker joins to discuss the secondary. He gives his top players at each position and some teams where they might fit. Stick around for some outside the box takes, like why he wouldn't take Kyle Hamilton in the top 10.
Chiefs and Colts same DNA? They made moves tuesday signing players away from each other. Armani Watts to Indy, Taylor Stallworth to KC, Matt Derrick, Editor https://www.ChiefsDigest.com on DL and Secondary
In this episode of the Buckeye Weekly Podcast, Tom Orr and Tony Gerdeman discuss the transfers of Ohio State defensive backs Bryson Shaw and Lejond Cavazos. They also talk about the huge recruiting weekend that the Buckeyes just had. Among the topics covered in the show are the following.- Why did Shaw and Cavazos transfer now?- What made them transfer candidates?- What does the depth chart in the secondary look like now with them gone?- An update on Kam Babb.- Will the Buckeyes be able to land a big-time 2023 QB?- Will they take two in 2024?- Who is Mark Fletcher and why should you care?- The wide receiver train looks like it is just going to keep on keeping on thanks to the handful of 5-star pass catchers who visited this past weekend.
Welcome to episode 339 where today I walk you through one of my favorite jazz ballads. Ballads are important to know, and this particular one has a lot to teach us about jazz harmony and how to create an amazing melody. I play the ballad and then deep dive into the harmonic analysis. Listen to episode 339 In today's episode, I'm gonna be going over one of my favorite jazz ballads of all time, do a little deep-dive into the harmony, and hopefully, you're gonna come away with some amazing lessons that you can learn about jazz and other jazz standards, and it's gonna be a lot of fun! So grab your favorite beverage, grab some popcorn, whatever you like to eat meals in the podcast. In this episode: 1. Why this jazz ballad is so great 2. Side steps 2-5's and what they are 3. Secondary dominants 4. Motivic melodic movement Important Links LJS Inner Circle Membership Free Guide to learn standards by ear: Learn Jazz Standards the Smart Way