The years of companies staffing up as they sprinted towards what they believed was going to be the next unicorn - or at the very least years of strong growth - have suddenly reversed course.One by one, banks, consulting firms, retailers - even the tech sector - started announcing cutbacks. With tens of thousands of jobs being axed.That's led to massive layoffs during the past two years with a sharp focus on downsizing headquarters and R&D departments - in other words mid career workers in white collar jobs.So what can you when you find yourself on the ‘other side of the desk'? Where do you start when you haven't looked for a job since you left school? And what opportunities are there for older people in an age that seems to be fixated on youth?In this episode we're joined by Richard Tiggs, CEO of Arete Executive, a recruitment specialist that focuses on senior executive or non-executive board positions. He also the author of “Uncover The Hidden Job Market: How to Find and Win Your Next Senior Executive Role”.Richard will be discussing what he refers to as the ‘hidden job market' and how executives can find their next position.He believes that even late career executives can find new positions in today's market - if they understand where and how to look for them.Visit A Seat at The Table's website at https://seat.fm
There is an age minimum to drive here in Michigan. But there is no age limit — even though senior drivers get in accidents at a disproportionate rate. On a new Daily J, WWJ's Zach Clark wonders if Michigan's driving laws need adjusting. (PHOTO: Getty Images)
Jen Lada and Golden Eagles head coach Shaka Smart are LIVE from MOTOR Bar & Restaurant, they recap the loss at Wisconsin and the big win over #12 Texas, Senior forward Oso Ighodaro joins the show to discuss his game along with how the season has gone so far and a preview of Saturday's matchup against Notre Dame.
On This Back Story with Dana Lewis, Invaluable insights from IDF spokesman, Lieutenant Colonel Peter Lerner. We examine the intricate strategies of the Israeli military, the weight of international pressure, and the efforts towards mitigating civilian casualties amidst the war with Hamas. A closer look at a battlefield that's as dense with people as it is with political complexity. And Soufan's Senior research fellow, Colin Clark discusses Israel's duty to protect civilians, the crucial distinctions between Israeli and Hamas actions, and the urgent need for a political resolution, as well increased terror threats globally. Support the show
WOW! Four Hundred Episodes! Who knew way back in 2015 that eight years later, we would be 400 episodes in! So what is the sleeping giant of the senior real estate world? What is a HECM and can it be used to purchase a home? How can a HECM actually INCREASE the commission paid to an agent? How can a senior use the equity in their previous home to upsize or downsize into a new home? On this week's episode, we have a repeat guest - Michael Banner of www.LetsMoveForwardInReverse.com. Michael became a licensed mortgage professional in 1982. Approximately 15 years ago his passion took a new direction, as his career became focused on assisting the senior segment of our industry as they approached, or were already in, the retirement portion of their lives. The gift of the "longer life spans" can sometimes be a "double edged sword" and Michael devoted his career to helping seniors with reverse mortgages. Michael is a nationally known speaker and published author, and has performed education classes for more than 20,000 financial planners, independent financial advisors, long term care insurance agents, attorneys and Realtors on the topic of The Use of Home Equity During Retirement. Over the last decade, he has appeared on hundreds of national, local and regional television, and radio broadcasts and his articles on the topic of Reverse Mortgages have appeared in the a variety of industry leading publications and blogs. You can also listen to Episode 120 to hear Michael's first interview on the Reverse Mortgage Industry, or our previous episode with him - #384, The Secret to Moving Forward in Reverse! https://yesnerlawpodcast.libsyn.com/episode-120-safely-using-a-reverse-mortgage-with-michael-banner Let us know if you enjoy this episode and, if so, please share it with your friends! Please also visit our sponsor, Sam Cohen of Attorneys First Insurance for Attorneys and Title Companies looking to get a quote on Errors & Ommissions (malpractice) Insurance coverage. www.AttorneysFirst.com. Or, you can support the show by visiting our new Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/crushingDebt To contact George Curbelo, you can email him at GCFinancialCoach21@gmail.com or follow his Tiktok channel - https://www.tiktok.com/@curbelofinancialcoach To contact Shawn Yesner, you can email him at Shawn@Yesnerlaw.com or visit www.YesnerLaw.com.
Hour 3: Missouri Senator Eric Schmitt joins Mark Reardon to discuss university presidents and campus protests over the Israel-Hamas war, Title IX-related hearings, and more. Then, Senior legal fellow at the Heritage Foundation, Sarah Parshall Perry joins Mark to share her testimony yesterday on transgender women and sports. Later, Mark brings you the Audio Cut of the Day.
There is a lot of communication during the process of approving and funding a mortgage. The member has questions and needs to stay informed.Enter Total Expert's James White who tells about the company's technology that automates a lot of the process - which of course frees up a credit union's staff to do other work.But don't just take his word. Also on the show is Shelby Parkhill. Senior mortgage loan originator at Canvas Credit Union in Denver. She tells how the Total Expert tools work in the trenches at Canvas.Along the way we also explore the shape of today's mortgage business and it's maybe not as grim as you fear. The business also is cyclical. Good times will come again and smart credit unions - Canvas is one such - are readying themselves for the next cycle.A take away: a lot that is interesting now is happening at some credit union mortgage departments.Want more of James White? Listen up to a 2022 podcast with him on supercharging member engagement. Listen upLike what you are hearing? Find out how you can help sponsor this podcast here. Very affordable sponsorship packages are available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org And like this podcast on whatever service you use to stream it. That matters. Find out more about CU2.0 and the digital transformation of credit unions here. It's a journey every credit union needs to take. Pronto
In the latest episode of the Fabulous Over 50 podcast, we're diving into the unspoken truths about menopause. Guest Kristin Mallon covers everything from the importance of weight-bearing exercise and bone health to the role of supplements and diet in managing menopausal symptoms. Kristin busts myths, offers actionable advice, and highlights the significance of seeking a menopause specialist for personalized guidance. From debunking misconceptions to shedding light on hormone imbalances and mental health in midlife, this episode serves up practical insights, aha moments, and a dash of humor to empower women to embrace and navigate this transformative phase with confidence and knowledge. Tune in to "Fabulous Over 50: The Talk 2" for an entertaining, informative, and downright fabulous discussion on menopause. Whether you're approaching 50, in the midst of it, or beyond, this episode promises to enlighten, inspire, and prepare you for the exciting (and meh) changes your body is and will go through. So, grab your favorite beverage, settle into a cozy spot, and get ready to laugh, learn, and embrace the fabulousness of menopause!
A senior police officer says an Armed Offenders Squad commander on the day of the Christchurch terror attacks wasn't aware that extra specialist staff were in the city and could have helped. The officer, who has name suppression, has given evidence to the inquest into the deaths of 51 people killed in the mosque shootings in March 2019. Niva Chittock was in court and filed this report. [audio_play] Warning, this audio contains distressing details.
Senior writer for The Athletic Zack Rosenblatt talks in detail to Dan about the Jets and Zack Wilson. NBA analyst and former player JJ Redick talks to Dan about having a confrontation on the court as a player with an opposing coach and why his name is JJ.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Guest Host: Marty Carpenter The Kem C. Garner Policy Institute released a new report today looking at the current landscape of Utah's K-12 teacher workforce. Senior education analyst Andrea Brandley says that while Utah is doing better than most states when it comes to retaining teachers... there are still some warning signs we need to be aware of.
What are the ideas driving the pursuit of human-level AI? In the penultimate episode of this Tech Tonic series, hosts Madhumita Murgia and John Thornhill look at some of the futuristic objectives that are at the centre of the AI industry's quest for superintelligence and hear about the Extropians, a surprisingly influential group of futurists from the early 1990s. Anders Sandberg, senior research fellow at Oxford university's Future of Humanity Institute, sets out some of the ideas developed in the Extropians mailing list while Connor Leahy, co-founder of Conjecture and Timnit Gebru, founder of the Distributed AI Research Institute (DAIR) explain why they worry about the Extropians' continued influence today.Free links:OpenAI and the rift at the heart of Silicon ValleyWe need to examine the beliefs of today's tech luminariesOpenAI's secrecy imperils public trustBig tech companies cut AI ethics staff, raising safety concernsTech Tonic is presented by Madhumita Murgia and John Thornhill. Senior producer is Edwin Lane and the producer is Josh Gabert-Doyon. Executive producer is Manuela Saragosa. Sound design by Breen Turner and Samantha Giovinco. Original music by Metaphor Music. The FT's head of audio is Cheryl Brumley.Clips: Alcor CryonicsRead a transcript of this episode on FT.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Learn how to say “senior” and “junior” in Chinese with Cambridge graduate and Chinese speaker Eleanor Olcott. In this episode, find out why the concept is so important in Chinese culture and how it differs from the West.
On today's show, Mike Slater goes over a plethora of news stories including some light coverage of the 4th GOP debate. Who will be there? What's at stake? Does it even matter if Donald Trump doesn't show up to it? All of this and more is answered!Following this, Breitbart Senior Legal Analyst Ken Klukowski stops by to go over the latest leftist scheme regarding the Supreme Court. It's called "Reverse Court-Packing". What does that mean and how dangerous is it for our country? Listen to this important talk between these two men to find out!
Senior writer for The Athletic, Matt Barrows joins Murph & Markus to give his perspective on the 49ers big win in Philly and to discuss what it means in terms of playoff seedingSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Until very recently Julie was the Managing Art Producer at Havas in NYC, so she has a lot of wonderful stories! We talk about her time in Italy where she was taken to a room with no windows and questioned as she was trying to fly out of the country, her favorite shoot which was for Jaguar, producing her first big shoot for Volvo with basically no help or experience. We chat about how she grew up knowing she wanted to be in advertising and what she did to make that happen. Julie also discusses how she finds photographers for shoots and what needs to happen for her to put a photographer in the mix for a shoot and we discuss a few of the celebs she has met along the way. There are a lot of great stories in this episode and great information for anyone who wants to be an art producer and for photographers So go take a listen and let me know what you think. Be sure to Like it, Share, Subscribe and Comment!
We're moving through the senior rep program mini-series on the podcast and the feedback has been incredible so far! Especially if you're thinking about starting a senior rep program, you've likely heard the narrative that you have to give them a TON of shoots and maybe even discount or free sessions in order to get them to join. But is that actually the case? And could running your rep program this way actually be detrimental to the success of your business and the rep program? - - - - - Looking to run a successful senior rep program? Come join me for my ONCE A YEAR free training on the 5 Keys to a Successful Senior Rep Program that's happening on Tuesday December 12th! In this, we're going to be talking about the five things that lead to a successful senior rep program and most importantly... how you can make sure that it works for YOU and your business without all of the stress! Come join me by signing up at the link below and I'll see you there: https://seniorphotographyeducation.com/reps - - - - - Senior Photography Education Instagram: https://instagram.com/seniorphotoeducation Senior Photography Education Website: http://seniorphotographyeducation.com/ - - - - - If I were to tell you that working harder in your business won't get you to where you want to be, would you believe me? In fact, after coaching hundreds of photographers in every market across the country, the number one trait that they all shared when they were struggling was working harder than ever in hopes that things would finally come together. It wasn't until they figured out how to implement the proper frameworks and strategies that their business took off. That's why I've created the free on-demand video training series, Intro to Senior Photography Crash Course, to help photographers who want to start or grow their business without spending years struggling and trying to figure it out on their own. In this free training, I will teach you the steps you need to take that people like myself along with hundreds of other photographers have used to build their thriving business and be able to live the life they want to live. All you have to do is click the link in the show notes to unlock how to make that happen for you business and say yes to being the success senior photographer you've always dreamed of being. https://mailchi.mp/f440769d0946/senior-photography-crash-course - - - - - Want to be a part of the incredible group of photographers who are elevating their business, booking more clients, simplifying and streamlining their business to become more efficient and actually having a business that works for them? Be the first to know when doors open to the Mastermind by clicking the link right here: https://mastermind.seanbrownproductions.com/ - - - - - Are you following the Shoot for Success Podcast over on Instagram yet? If not, head over there to check us out and make sure to leave a DM so we can say hello! https://www.instagram.com/seniorphotoeducation/ - - - - - I want to know what you enjoy most about this podcast! Screenshot this episode and make sure to tag me @SeniorPhotoEducation when you share to your story about the one big takeaway you had from this episode! I want these to be as impactful as possible and this is just one way that you can help me make that happen!
Meet the legend behind some of the movie industry's most iconic creatures: Joe Letteri. From Jurassic Park's dinosaurs to Gollum in The Lord of the Rings, Avatar's Na'vi, and the Planet of the Apes' simian stars, Joe has constantly pushed VFX boundaries and technology to deliver utterly believable CG characters. In this info-packed Q&A, Joe talks about everything from how he created his very first VFX shot for Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country to the cutting-edge technology that helped him bag an Oscar for Avatar: The Way of Water, and the new AI, rendering, and depth-compositing tools that could get him another statuette. Joe also discusses where he finds inspiration and reveals his passion for fractal computer graphics and astrophotography.
ABOUT THIS EPISODE Seth Gross is an NCAA champion, 2x NCAA finalist, and former World Team Member. He's currently the Assistant Coach at Wisconsin. Enjoy! * PRESENTING SPONSOR This Episode is presented by NCAA Champion Teague Moore's business, The Wrestling Consultant. When should a Sophomore plan on calling and talking to a college wrestling coach? When should a Junior plan their official campus visit? Can they plan an unofficial visit? Does a Senior need to complete NCAA Eligibility Center registration if they have not taken an official visit? The Wrestling Consultant can answer these and many more questions for you. Set up a consultation today!
Building off a popular tweet recently shared by Adam Bradley, we need to be reminded of the role Seniors play in dictating the tone and culture of our team. Whether good or bad, they set the tone. But knowing that is only the first step, what you do to make sure they're setting the proper […] The post Senior Responsibility appeared first on Lead 'Em Up.
Meet Chelsea Guy, Partnerships Manager and Digital Marketing Specialist - she has over 10+ years of experience working with Toyota Australia, and now with major events at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.Chelsea is no stranger to a huge partnership, with her role at Toyota leading her to work with the likes of the AFL, and the Australian Olympic Committee.From the reception and admin team at Toyota, she worked her way up to Senior positions through internal promotions, which led her to living both around Australia, and in Japan to work on the Tokyo Olympics.In this episode, she talks about her journey through different positions, how they navigated the Olympics through a pandemic, what responsibilities she has in her role, and the skills needed to work in a partnerships team.If you're looking to transition from one industry to another, move overseas to work, or learn how to constantly grow and develop within an organisation, this pod is for you!In today's episode we cover: (00:00) Introduction(04:21) Community Update(08:23) Welcome Chelsea(09:54) Quick Fire Questions(18:59) Chelsea's start in the Sports Industry(24:12) Series of roles leading into the role at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival(31:28) Challenges of working at the Tokyo Olympics during the COVID period(34:08) Impact of COVID on Toyota's athlete sponsorships(36:20) Chelsea's role at Toyota post the Tokyo Olympics(46:38) How did Chelsea realize it was time to make a switch from the AFL(47:47) Chelsea's Day to Day at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival(49:09) Difference between Chelsea's current role and her previous role at Toyota(51:25) Skills required to work in a partnerships role(52:25) Chelsea's advice for people starting a role in partnerships(55:00) ASK SPORTSGRADAdditional episodes you may enjoy
This episode is a part of our conversation on Obstetric Emergencies which are critical situations during pregnancy, labor, or the postpartum period that require immediate medical attention to safeguard the health and well-being of the mother and/or baby. But are these really emergencies or is there more to it?In Part I of this episode we discussed, Large for Gestational Age babies and its link with Gestational Diabeties with Senior Midwife KL Goode who is a Hawaain traditional midwife with over 53 years of experience and having assisted over 1400 births. Her transfer for surgery rate has been as low as 4% . She has served in India on and off and is currently based in Kolkata. She is currently training a batch of traditional midwives aka birth keepers. If you have not yet, hear part I first: Listen to Part IToday, we discuss Small for Gestational Age Babies (SGA) and IUGR (Intra uterine growth retardation, we speak about the following:1. What is the difference between SGA and IUGR?2. Is SGA really just an unnecessary label?3. Is IUGR something one should seriously look at?4. Can Ultrasoud detect any of these fully?5. What do the research papers say?Support the showPrepare for Birth, explore Prenatal and Postnatal Preparation Classes, visit www.birthagni.comSupport the show: If you like what you hear, leave us a rating on Spotify app and answer the question at each episode! a review on Apple podcasts. Share on Whatsapp/Insta/FB Share on Insta and tag us @divyakapoorvox Support the production by making a donation at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/birthagni. This ensures the continuity and quality and a good coffee on sleepless recording nights! Subscribe to the FREE newsletter at https://www.birthagni.com/#subscribe and receive DISCOUNTS, SALE updates and GIFTCARDS on our premium 'Own your Birth' program You can book a 20 min FREE Discovery call at https://www.birthagni.com/bookfreesession ...
Welcome to Life in the Leadership Lane where I am talking to leaders making a difference in the workplace and in our communities. How did they get to where they are and what are they doing to stay there! Buckle up and get ready to accelerate in the Leadership Lane! This week, I am talking with Kelly Simants, SHRM-SCP, Senior Human Resources Consultant at Nevada HR Team: How did Kelly get started in her career? What led her to the world of HR and Leadership? What does Kelly share about mentors that have inspired her journey? When did Kelly “find her lane” in her career? What does Kelly share about “being fearless”? What does Kelly share about “observing others”? What does Kelly share about building a legacy? What does Kelly share about thriving during tough times? What does Kelly share about developing mindset? What does Kelly share about the acronym “SAVERS”? What advice does Kelly share to help us in our every day? …and more as we spend “Time to Accelerate” with a few more questions. Interview resources: Favorite quote(s) from Kelly: “Everybody has skills that are transferrable.” “My morning routine starts the night before.” Connect with Kelly on LinkedIn Learn more about Nevada HR Team Learn about My Resume Team Kelly's Book Recommendation Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod Check out Bruce's books Life in the Leadership Lane; Moving Leaders to Inspire and Change the Workplace Find Your Lane; Change your GPS, Change your Career (“Book Authority” Best Books) Milemarkers; A 5 Year Journey …helping you record daily highlights to keep you on track. Subscribe to Bruce's Blog “Move to Inspire” Connect with Bruce on LinkedIn Connect with Bruce on Twitter Connect with Bruce on Instagram Connect with Bruce on Facebook Get relocation support for your next household goods or commercial office move across the US by reaching out to Bruce at email@example.com or visit The Armstrong Company
This week- Senior climatologist at Environment Canada, David Phillips, returns to the airwaves to educate and entertain us with his favourite weather stories. Also, Do palm trees come from Florida? The answer will amaze you! Listen. Laugh, and learn with Nick and Roy. Order a special birthday or holiday message for your loved ones, visit www.nickandroy.com/birthdays
Kylie Boles has been a community relations consult at Senior Star Elmore Place for the last two years. With several years of experience in senior living, she's found she's most passionate when working with dementia and Alzheimer's disease patients. She graduated from The University of Iowa in 2016 with a BS in Therapeutic Recreation, while pursuing a minor in Psychology and a certificate in Aging Studies. Kylie always had a passion for working with the older adult population and now enjoys continuing to learn and teach others about various aging topics.Haley Flenker is the Memory Care Director at Senior Star at Elmore Place. She is a graduate of Iowa State University with a degree in Family & Consumer Sciences and a minor in Gerontology. Haley began her career at Senior Star in 2017 as the Community Relations Coordinator, working with families to navigate through senior living options and finding the right senior living fit for their loved ones. She transitioned into the Outreach role working with professionals in the community and providing senior living education to caregivers, seniors and community members. In Haley's current role she oversees Senior Star's 40-apartment memory care. She works closely with the residents, their families, and the Senior Star staff to ensure the highest level of care to individuals with dementia. She is passionate about supporting and educating families and individuals with dementia through the dementia journey and aging in general.Senior Star: https://holidayseniorliving.com/senior-living-communities/senior-living-in-iowa/?utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=hsl_search_iowa,adgroup%3A1323813643600506,ad%3A,keyword%3Asenior%20apartments,matchtype%3Ap,device%3Ac,gclid%3A4e306182ed8615a2db5a04e56625a398&msclkid=4e306182ed8615a2db5a04e56625a398&utm_term=senior%20apartments&utm_content=Keywords
Eve and Steve decided to serve a mission back in 2019. Their brother was a mission president in Hong Kong and they thought for sure they would be heading there. Then they found out that they were going to go to the Philippines. Covid broke out and caused them to serve a remote mission. They traveled the United States, visiting, family and friends, and served remotely with the missionaries and medical team in the Philippines. After 18 months they were able to leave and serve for another 19 months in the Philippines. It ended up lasting 3 years. Eve served as a mission nurse and Steve served as a housing coordinator. Join me today as they share their unexpected journey and amazing time in their mission to the Philippines.
30-year-old Casey Garcia stands 4 feet 11 inches tall, and 105 pounds. She records herself as she changes her appearance to try and look like her 13-year-old daughter, then using her daughter's school ID attempts to get into Ann M. Garcia-Enriquez Middle School. During one of her classes a teacher calls her by her daughter's name, Julie. Garcia makes it all the way through the morning classes and goes to lunch where she takes more photos. As Garcia is walking into one of her last classes, another teacher asks for identification. Garcia gives her daughter's name. The teacher is suspicious, and when Garcia asks for help with topics the class has already covered, the teacher confronts her again. Garcia is caught and now admits that she is the mother of a student and that she is partaking in a 'social experiment'. The teacher asks Garcia to visit the principal's office. Garcia complies and tries to explain her goal to the principal before leaving the school. She says her goal is to prove that anyone can get into the middle school that her daughter goes to, that security is seriously lacking. Two days after Casey Garcia uploads her video to YouTube, police show up. The 30-year-old parent is arrested and charged with criminal trespassing, as well as tampering with government records for allegedly forging her daughter's signature. In court, Casey Garcia confesses to entering the school, and the tampering with government records for allegedly forging her daughter's signature charge is dropped. Garcia is found guilty of criminal trespassing. and sentenced to six months of probation in El Paso County criminal court. She faces a $700 probated fine and is required to serve 100 hours of community service Today Nancy Grace and her panel looks at this case and others where someone impersonates a teen to get into a school. Joining Nancy Grace Today: Darryl Cohen - Former Assistant District Attorney, Former Assistant State Attorney, Defense Attorney, Cohen, Cooper, Estep, & Allen, LLC, CCEAlaw.com, Facebook: "Darryl B Cohen", Twitter: @DarrylBCohen Dr. Bethany Marshall - Psychoanalyst www.drbethanymarshall.com/, Instagram & TikTok: drbethanymarshall, Twitter: @DrBethanyLive, appearing in the new show “Paris in Love” on Peacock Barry Golden - Fmr. Senior inspector for the U.S. Marshals Service, Owner of Golden Consulting and Investigations, www.golden-ci.com Elisa Mula - EMD Physical Security Strategist, Child/school Safety & Security expert & advocate, https://elisamula.com/, Twitter: @EMDNYC1, IG: @emd_nyc, YouTube: @emd6271 Caitlyn Becker - Senior Reporter for Dailymail.com, @caitlynbecker See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“Senior adults” are not who you might think they are based on previous generations. Adults over 50 are working longer, maintaining busy lifestyles and are active in the community. Plano is here to meet their needs! Marny Tackett joins the podcast to talk about how Plano works to meet the needs of our senior adult community. This month's story links: BEHIND THE SCENES: Senior Adult Resources with Marny Tackett Senior Advisory Board Sam Johnson Recreation Center Purchase a membership to Sam Johnson Recreation Center or an all-facility membership Helpful community resources for senior adults in Plano Resources and services provided by the City for senior adults Subscribe to SAGE email newsletter
It took just minutes for Israeli airstrikes to resume on Gaza after a week-long truce between Israel and Hamas ended. Israel's military resumed combat operations after accusing Hamas of violating the temporary ceasefire. Despite an overnight effort from Egypt and Qatar to mediate a third extension of the truce, the deal fell apart with both warring sides blaming each other. Hamas accused Israel of rejecting the group's offers to release more hostages, while Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Hamas did not agree to free them. As the fighting resumes host Sally Lockwood discusses the next phase of the war with Middle East correspondent Alistair Bunkall and speaks to UNICEF spokesperson James Elder about the catastrophic impact continued fighting is having on Gaza's children.Senior podcast producer: Annie Joyce Podcast producer: Sydney Pead Interviews producer: Melissa Tutesigensi Promotion producer: David Chipakupaku Editor: Philly Beaumont
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Rheanna Sorenson, Senior Development Coordinator, joins Susan and Ben to discuss Triangle of Sadness, a 2022 comedy drama. Rheanna shares what it's like having a career as a Senior Development Coordinator in unscripted, reality television. She discusses working as a Paramount Studios Page, getting her foot in the door at The Late Late Show with James Corden, dealing with rejection in the pitch process, and working on the Friends reunion. Rheanna plays our “We're Gonna Need A Bigger Boat” game. Follow Rheanna on Instagram @rhe_sorenson or IMDb. Leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts to help us reach more listeners. Find out about our guests and upcoming events by following us at Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, contribute to our Patreon, or shop at lifeinthecredits.com. Life in Our Credits Hosts: Susan Swarner and Ben Blohm Executive Producer: Michelle Levin Logo Art: Melissa Durkin Music Composer and Performer: Steve Trowbridge --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lifeinthecredits/support
In this episode, Sofia Emelianova, Technical Writer, Google, talks about challenges faced by technical writers and techniques for crafting high-quality documentation.
Pet Nanny Spills All After selling her successful Pet-sitting business, Lindsey Grant wrote a book about the strange and curious relationships we have with our pets. Some of her client's requests make for a noteworthy book. She'll also be talking about how Switzerland, her new home, treats animals. Listen Now Must-Hear Hero You'll love this week's Hero Person. She's 84-year-old Dolly Jefferson. And she had no qualms about intercepting angry coyotes to save a neighbor's dog. Now she's making news nationwide. Listen Now Sidecar Dogs Movie Producer Eric Ristau released his latest masterpiece about the many dogs that travel alongside their owner in a motorcycle sidecar. Sit Stay Ride: The Story of America's Sidecar Dogs is the full-length movie that launched with a Kickstarter campaign, and now proceeds benefit animal welfare. Listen Now Banned Pit-Bull Service Dog Can Stay Authorities in Louisiana have backed off on its demand that Zeus be gotten rid of or be destroyed. In October, Moreauville passed a law banning Pit Bulls or Rottweilers. When they targeted Zeus, the whole thing blew up on national television and on the Internet. Zeus helps the Owen's daughter O'Hara who uses a wheelchair and has spasms, which Zeus monitors and gets her help when she needs it. Listen Now Read more about this week's show. Looking for Holiday Gift Ideas for your pet?
Teens Jonathan Stockle and Penny Lyles are dating. When Lyles' family moves back to Oregon, Stockle is invited to join them. After a time, Ryan Lyles, Penny's father, reportedly reads concerning private messages on his oldest daughter's phone. Those messages are alledgedly about drugs, and sneaking out of the house to use drugs. Ryan Lyles messages daughter, Penny, at school telling her to come straight home after school to talk. They never make it home. Ryan Lyles and the police are called to the school after Penny Lyles tells a school counselor about abuse in the home. According to a report on News 12, after police talk to Penny, they tell her to go home with her father. Ryan Lyles alleges the school counselor tells Penny Lyles if she wants to run, go out the back door. Lyles further claims the counselor opened the door and let her run out. The teens have been missing ever since, except for a traffic stop in Nevada. The were found by officials on Friday, but they didn't stay “found”. News 12 confirmed that the couple was pulled over by the Nevada Highway Patrol in Tonopah. The case was turned over to the Nye County Sheriff's Office. Officials say Penny Lyles then escaped Division of Child and Family Services custody during a transport by asking to use the restroom She left through a door, and allegedly rejoined Stockle. The Clatsop County Sheriff's Office says it has not substantiated the allegations of abuse against Ryan Lyles. Joining Nancy Grace Today Wayne Stockle - Jonathan Stockle's father Lisa Herrick - Board Certified Juvenile Attorney, Partner at Varghese Summersett, Former juvenile prosecutor, www.versustexas.com, Instagram & Twitter: versustexas, TikTok: lisa_herrick_attorney, Facebook and Youtube: Varghese Summersett Dr. Bethany Marshall - Psychoanalyst www.drbethanymarshall.com/, Instagram & TikTok: drbethanymarshall, Twitter: @DrBethanyLive, appearing in the new show “Paris in Love” on Peacock Barry Golden - Fmr. Senior inspector for the U.S. Marshals Service, Owner of Golden Consulting and Investigations, www.golden-ci.com Domingo Ramos - Founder of Hope Alive 845 a search and rescue nonprofit dedicated to help families and law enforcement find loved ones, www.hopealive845.com, Facebook, TikTok, Instagram: @Hope Alive Blaise Gomez - News 12 Lead Journalist, Facebook: Blaise Gomez, IG: @blaisegomez12, Twitter @blaisegomez12 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
BEN WEINGARTEN, Federalist Senior Contributor, Senior fellow at the London Center for Policy Research, Fellow at the Claremont Institute, @bhweingarten The Biden administration's reaction to Hamas' attack on Israel What impact does the U.S. relationship with Iran have on Israel? Does the U.S. want Benjamin Netanyahu out of power? A “maximum pressure” campaign by the Biden administration COL. JOHN MILLS, Senior Fellow, Center for Security Policy What was Operation Earnest Will? Iran's role in the Houthi movement Suspected Iranian attacks on Israeli ships GEORGE RASLEY, Editor of Conservative HQ What is the “new American way of war”? The danger of “elite capture” in the United States “Intersectionality” between Marxism and Sharia
Welcome to The Times of Israel's Daily Briefing, your 20-minute audio update on what's happening in Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world. Today is day 54 of the war. Senior analyst Haviv Rettig Gur and Knesset correspondent Carrie Keller-Lynn join host Amanda Borschel-Dan for today's podcast. Underage and female Palestinian security prisoners are released at a ratio of three inmates per hostage freed. Keller-Lynn explains what is the range of crimes committed by the freed prisoners. National Security Minister Itamar Ben Gvir on Tuesday threatened to break apart the government if Israel does not restart its war with Hamas, currently on a negotiated pause. Are these idle threats? Rettig Gur delves into why Israelis are restraining themselves to swallow a pause in fighting as hostages are released, but unlikely to support any cessation to the fighting in Gaza. For the latest updates, please look at The Times of Israel's ongoing live blog. Discussed articles include: Live blog November 29, 2023 10 Israeli and 2 Thai hostages arrive back in Israel after 53 days in Gaza captivity Attempted murder, shootings, bombings: Most freed Palestinians were held for attacks Ben Gvir threatens to tear down government if war not resumed THOSE WE HAVE LOST: Civilians and soldiers killed in Hamas's onslaught on Israel THOSE WE ARE MISSING: The hostages and victims whose fate is still unknown Subscribe to The Times of Israel Daily Briefing on iTunes, Spotify, PlayerFM, Google Play, or wherever you get your podcasts. IMAGE: Illustrative: Israeli artillery unit stationed near the Israeli border with Lebanon, northern Israel, November 15, 2023. (Ayal Margolin/Flash90)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The historic St. George Utah Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the Church's longest-operating house of the Lord. Originally dedicated on April 6, 1877, and rededicated on Nov. 11, 1975, the temple is set to be rededicated again after extensive renovations. President Jeffrey R. Holland, Acting President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, will rededicate the edifice on Dec. 10. President Holland is a native of southern Utah who was married in the St. George Utah Temple. This episode of the Church News podcast features Matthew C. Godfrey, senior managing historian for outreach and engagement in the Church History Department, discussing how the temple in St. George has changed the lives of generations of Latter-day Saints and how the most recent maintenance of the temple will continue to point its patrons toward Jesus Christ. The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE David Taylor is the 2023 World Champ and 2021 Olympic champ. He's the most decorated international wrestler in Penn State history with 3 world titles, and is aiming to become a 2x Olympic champ next summer in Paris at the 2024 Olympics. Enjoy! * PRESENTING SPONSOR This Episode is presented by NCAA Champion Teague Moore's business, The Wrestling Consultant. When should a Sophomore plan on calling and talking to a college wrestling coach? When should a Junior plan their official campus visit? Can they plan an unofficial visit? Does a Senior need to complete NCAA Eligibility Center registration if they have not taken an official visit? The Wrestling Consultant can answer these and many more questions for you. Set up a consultation today!