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Today on AirTalk, Kevin McCarthy will exit Congress by year's end. Also on the show, a new Stanford study examines the science of reading; husband and wife duo's new book questions if we should colonize space; listeners share their favorite Hanukkah traditions; TV-Talk: 7 shows to watch and more. What Rep. Kevin McCarthy's Retirement Means For The Republican Party (00:17) New Stanford Study Shows The “Science-Of-Reading” Method Is Efficacious (12:03) Space Is Cool, But Should We Colonize It? Two Scientist Spouses Argue, Probably Not (32:44) Doctors Are Warning Of A ‘Tripledemic' – What You Need To Know (51:29) Better Latke Than Never: What Are Your Favorite Hanukkah Traditions? (1:08:18) TV-Talk: 7 Shows To Watch Including ‘My Life With The Walter Boys,' ‘Archie,' & More (1:26:53)
Tucker Carlson, Dr. Ryan Cole, Dr. Robert Malone, Julie Kelly. Turbo Cancer, Texas Secession, Equal Justice, CIA Millionaires, J6 Tapes. Turbo Death from Turbo Cancers: “We're in Trouble,” Says Dr. Ryan Cole Robert W Malone, MD in the UK parliament 15 Ways the COVID Shots Injure and KiII: Insights from Dr. Ryan Cole Equal Justice my ass Could a Texas secession be on the 2024 ballot? Tucker reveals the real transfer of wealth.... Julie Kelly: "Where are these tapes, did they disappear? Were they intentionally destroyed?" Turbo Death from Turbo Cancers: “We're in Trouble,” Says Dr. Ryan Cole https://rumble.com/v3p4tiq-turbo-death-from-turbo-cancers-were-in-trouble-says-dr.-ryan-cole.html?s=03 Robert W Malone, MD @RWMaloneMD The expert testimony at the invitation of MP Andrew Bridgen in the UK parliament yesterday was important. The room was overflowing with people. Many members of Parliament and Lords showed up to listen. The testimony given by myself as well as other scientists and physicians was science based, truthful and accurate. https://twitter.com/RWMaloneMD/status/1731935293966590436?t=paGybpA1-7U5hk5d1GpXdw&s=03 15 Ways the COVID Shots Injure and KiII: Insights from Dr. Ryan Cole Speaking before the UK parliament, pathologist Dr. Ryan Cole outlined the various pathways of harm caused by the COVID-19 injections. Nanoparticle Usage: Dr. Cole states that nanoparticles used in vaccines are labeled for research only, not for human or veterinary use, yet were administered globally. Persistence of Synthetic RNA: Citing a Stanford study, Dr. Cole mentions that synthetic RNA from the vaccine persists in the body for at least two months. Circulation of Synthetic Spike Protein: According to Dr. Brogna from Italy, the synthetic spike protein can circulate in humans for at least six months after vaccination. The Spike Protein is a Harmful Agent: Dr. Cole describes the spike protein as a "Swiss army knife of harm," implying its multiple damaging effects. Brain Accumulation and Impact: Findings from Germany suggest that spike proteins accumulate in the brain, potentially causing issues like brain fog. Peripheral Nerve Damage: Cole's own lab found that the vaccine targets peripheral nerves, possibly causing burning sensations. Organ Damage: Cole asserts that the vaccine causes damage to various organs, including the liver, and can lead to autoimmune diseases. Myocarditis and Heart Issues: The vaccine is linked to myocarditis (inflammation of the heart) and other heart problems, as shown in Japanese studies. Impact on Adrenal Glands and Elastic Fibers: Cole claims the vaccine affects the adrenal glands and damages the body's elastic fibers. Reproductive Harms: Cole mentions Dr. Malone's findings on reproductive harms, including impacts on the placenta, uterine lining, and decreased sperm counts and motility. Weakened Immune Systems: A doctor from the Netherlands found that the vaccine alters the T-cell immune response, weakening the body's defense against other pathogens. Vascular Damage and Clotting: The vaccine causes damage to small and large blood vessels, leading to clots and potentially sudden death. Abnormal Protein Accumulation: An abnormal type of protein, similar to amyloid, accumulates in the blood post-vaccination. Immune Tolerance: Cole claims the vaccine impacts the immune system's ability to recognize future variants and can cause immune tolerance, reducing tumor surveillance. Increased Cancer Risk: "The monster in the room." Lastly, Dr. Cole raises concerns about an increased risk of cancer following vaccination Equal Justice my ass RedpillUSAPatriots 115K followers
Should speech the authorities deem to be "misinformation" be regulated or banned during emergency situations? To this day we hear some people saying yes -- even though yesterday's "misinformation" can quickly become today's consensus, and so much of the official guidance itself had to be abandoned as misinformation. Stanford's Jay Bhattacharya joins us. Sponsors: &
In college admissions, excellence alone doesn't guarantee acceptance. On today's episode, Marianna Irizarry, a Former Admissions Officer from Stanford, sheds light on the multifaceted qualities that make standout applicants. Drawing from a wealth of experience in law, education, and admissions, Marianna shares her insights on how to craft a strategic approach and cultivate diverse, authentic interests. From creating impactful volunteer work to leveraging a student's unique strengths, this episode will provide valuable insights on how to gain a competitive edge in college admissions. To set up a complimentary strategy call, CLICK HERE. Register for our upcoming webinars. Questions, comments, or topic requests? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about InGenius Prep, visit us at ingeniusprep.com.
Today, I am blessed to have here with me Michael Brandt. He is the co-founder and CEO of H.V.M.N. Michael is an avid triathlete and marathoner (2:42 PR). Prior to starting H.V.M.N., he received his BS in Computer Science & Design at Stanford, was a Product Manager at Google, and Adjunct Professor at the Academy of Art in SF. He has always been a leader, and lifelong student, in designing products for new and emerging needs. In this episode, Michael talks about how he got involved in the biohacking space, and the inspiration behind H.V.M.N. Michael explains why Americans can significantly benefit from a ketogenic lifestyle and how exogenous ketones can fit into your diet. H.V.M.N. is a drinkable ketone; Michael describes how their products differ from their competition. Tune in as we chat about MCT powder, biohacks, and who should be careful about taking exogenous ketones. Get your HVMN products here: https://hvmn.com/?rfsn=6500737.21298f use the coupon code KETOKAMP for 10% off your entire order. Get Keto Flex on Audible for Free (New Customers Only): https://adbl.co/36d6A24 Get Keto Flex on Audible here for current customers: https://adbl.co/3699lBm This episode originally aired in April 2022. / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off. Good Idea Functional Sparkling Water Drinks. Visit http://www.goodidea.us and use the coupon code BEN at checkout. Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. [00:40] How Michael Got Involved In The Biohacking Space When the keto diet started to take off, Michael wanted to figure out how ketones could be made. In 2017, Michael and his business partner launched their first ketone drink. Luckily, their first big customer was the United States Department of Defense. It's important to know that drinking a ketone is not the same as doing a ketogenic diet. There's a lot of research going on, and it's an exciting time for ketones! [04:10] Why You May Benefit From A Ketogenic Lifestyle COVID highlighted the metabolic dysfunction that is going on in society. If you have a less metabolically healthy profile, you're more susceptible to COVID. There's an even bigger pandemic than COVID; it's metabolic health. 88% of Americans are metabolically unhealthy. All Americans can benefit from a ketogenic lifestyle because it can help improve their metabolic health. [07:20] What Makes H.V.M.N. Different From Other Companies A lot of brands are making great products that include exogenous ketones. H.V.M.N. does not include any seed oils. Their whole breakthrough was making a natural pure ketone that doesn't have salt. The ketones go directly to blood BHB and elevate your blood ketone levels. The Department of Defense was interested because they have been researching ketones since the early 2000s. H.V.M.N. has made the most effective ketone delivery mechanism. Overall, it works better than ketone salts. [15:35] Why You May Want To Avoid Exogenous Ketones If you have any liver issues, then avoid exogenous ketones. There are calories in ketones. Ketones will temporarily slow down your body's rate of producing its own ketones from fat. So, if your goal is fasting with zero calories, you may want to avoid exogenous ketones. You want to use exogenous ketones in conjunction with other metabolically healthy exercises. You shouldn't have exogenous ketones on top of a bad diet. [31:10] Some Biohacks To Try While Using Ketone-IQ Ketone-IQ™️ is a drinkable ketone designed to be taken daily to support mental clarity, athletic performance, and metabolic health. Check it out here: https://hvmn.com/?rfsn=6500737.21298f use the coupon code KETOKAMP for 10% off your entire order. Ketone-IQ can be a source of energy while doing a ketogenic lifestyle. If you are feeling sluggish, Ketone-IQ can help you immensely. Athletes are using Ketone-IQ to improve performance. [43:50] What To Know About C8, The Most Ketogenic MCT MCT means medium chain triglyceride. MCT fats are the most ketogenic; they can readily turn into ketones. C8 specifically can turn into ketones endogenously better than all the other MCTs. If you're going to get any type of MCT out there, look for pure C8. Check out MCT Oil Powder: https://hvmn.com/products/mct-oil-powder [47:10] More Products You Can Try From H.V.M.N. With Code “KETOKAMP” Boost your glow with a daily dose of Keto Collagen+. It is super creamy and delicious; this guilt-free powder gives you beauty and health benefits from the inside out. Keto Collagen+: https://hvmn.com/products/keto-collagen-plus Plus, H.V.M.N. has many nootropics to choose from. 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Follow Michael Brandt LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mdbrandt/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/bdm_runner Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bdm_runner/ Geoffrey Woo, Do Exogenous Ketones Work?, Fasted Workouts, Block Fasting & Biohacking: KKP 108: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/the-keto-kamp-podcast-with-ben-887420/episodes/geoffrey-woo-do-exogenous-keto-53877273 Dr. Christy Sutton | Epigenetics vs. Genetics, Genetic Testing, APOE4 Gene, & Fasting After a Brain Injury KKP: 377: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/dr-christy-sutton-epigenetics-vs-genetics-genetic-testing/id1470779784?i=1000551517264 MCT Oil Powder: https://hvmn.com/products/mct-oil-powder Keto Collagen+: https://hvmn.com/products/keto-collagen-plus SandMan: https://www.mitozen.com/product/sandman-glutathione-melatonin-suppository/?v=7516fd43adaa Keto Collagen+: https://hvmn.com/products/keto-collagen-plus Rise: https://hvmn.com/products/rise Kado: https://hvmn.com/products/kado Sprint: https://hvmn.com/products/sprint Yawn: https://hvmn.com/products/yawn Join the Keto Kamp Academy: https://ketokampacademy.com/7-day-trial-a Watch Keto Kamp on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUh_MOM621MvpW_HLtfkLyQ Get Keto Flex on Audible for Free (New Customers Only): https://adbl.co/36d6A24 Get Keto Flex on Audible here for current customers: https://adbl.co/3699lBm / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off. 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This episode is made possible by a generous grant from Physician Computer Company. Please visit their website: https://www.pcc.com/For more information on the Pediatric Executive Development System, visit us: https://thepediatriclounge.com/pediatric-developmentAbout Wellio: Wellio empowers pediatricians and families with accessible, affordable, and high-quality solutions right at their fingertips. By bringing together technology, trust, and human-centered design, Wellio paves the way for a brighter future for families everywhere.Ryan Padrez, MD, FAAP, is a pediatrician and Clinical Associate Professor at Stanford University's School of Medicine. At Stanford, Ryan is the Co-Director of Community Engagement for the Pediatric Department's Office of Child Health Equity and Associate Director for Stanford's new Center on Early Childhood. Ryan is also the Medical Director of The Primary School, a new integrated health and education model that serves low-income children and families in Northern California. The school's approach is to integrate primary education and primary care, effectively bridging early education, health, and family support services starting in infancy. While at The Primary School, he continues caring for patients and teaching pediatric residents and medical students at Gardner Packard Children's Health Center and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital. He works to integrate the health and education systems and remains dedicated to promoting models and policies that ensure high-quality care and support are accessible to all children.Publications:https://catalyst.nejm.org/doi/abs/10.1056/CAT.22.0216https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36622680/https://www.academicpedsjnl.net/article/S1876-2859(17)30162-6/fulltextOur Guest Host On Innovation : Dr. Sabrina Braham is a mother, community pediatrician, and innovator focused on leveraging technology to create better, more accessible care for children and families. Dr. Braham completed her Pediatrics residency at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford. After 12 years in a thriving community practice in Silicon Valley, Dr. Braham returned to Stanford to focus on innovation for child health equity, completing the 2021-22 Biodesign Faculty Fellowship and Support the show
It feels like 2 days ago that we were here pawding about a new football coach, but there's so much going on in the world of Houston Cougar sports that the full compliment of co-hosts wouldn't dare miss talking about the following topics: Willie Fritz won the opening press conference and we talked about things that caught our attention from the presser, plus: Fritz/staff contract talk, staff additions, and early portal talk Cougar volleyball had an incredible final weekend of the 2023 season: comprehensively beating a very good UCSB squad and then giving #2 Stanford everything they could handle. We also look ahead to 2024 and beyond for David Rehr's program Men's basketball passes its first road test over Xavier, overcoming overjudicious officiating and some offensive cold spells We reevaluate women's basketball's start to 2023-24 after a disappointing 25-point home loss to Middle Tennessee
Matt Mckinney and Joe Lynch discuss unlocking logistics profits. Matt is the Co-founder and CEO of Loop, a modern transportation audit & pay company. About Matt McKinney Matt Mckinney is the Co-founder and CEO of Loop, a modern transportation audit & pay company. Loop's AI-driven platform removes payment friction in the supply chain to unlock margin and increase liquidity. Matt drew upon his background at Uber Freight to tackle the massive problem of building a new structure for the legacy transportation payment system that supports the global supply chain. Having studied engineering at USC and Stanford, Matt is no stranger to complex data problems. Matt's most significant achievement to date is his powerhouse engineering team, from his co-founder Shaosu Liu to several Flexport, Uber, and Meta engineers. When he's not wrangling unstructured data, you can find him running, biking, or playing with his two sons. About Loop Loop is on a mission to unlock profits trapped in the supply chain and lower costs for consumers. Bad data and inefficient workflows create friction that limits working capital and raises costs for every supply chain stakeholder.Loop's modern audit and pay platform uses our domain-driven AI to harness the complexity of supply chain data and documentation. We improve transportation spend visibility so companies can control their costs and power profit. That is why industry leaders like J.P. Morgan Chase, Great Dane, Emerge, and Loadsmart work with Loop.Our investors include J.P. Morgan, Index Ventures, Founders Fund, 8VC, Susa Ventures, Flexport, and 50 industry-leading angel investors. Our team brings subject matter expertise from companies like Uber, Google, Flexport, Meta, Samsara, Intuit, Rakuten, and long-standing industry leaders like C.H. Robinson. Key Takeaways: Unlocking Logistics Profits Loop is a leading provider of audit and payment solutions for successful supply chains. Its innovative platform and services are helping businesses to improve their supply chain performance and achieve their business goals. Loop's mission is to transform supply chains by providing an audit and payment platform that promotes transparency, efficiency, and collaboration. Loop offers a suite of services that help businesses manage their supply chains more effectively, including: Supply chain audits: Loop conducts comprehensive audits to identify areas for improvement and ensure compliance with regulations. Performance-based payments: Loop allows businesses to pay their suppliers based on performance, incentivizing them to deliver high-quality goods and services on time. Data analytics and reporting: Loop provides businesses with actionable insights into their supply chain performance, helping them identify trends and make data-driven decisions. Loop's technology platform is powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning, which enables it to automate tasks, analyze data, and identify risks and opportunities. Loop's services can provide businesses with a number of benefits, including: Reduced costs: By identifying waste and inefficiency in their supply chains, businesses can save money on procurement and improve their bottom line. Improved quality: Loop's performance-based payments incentivize suppliers to deliver high-quality goods and services. Increased transparency: Loop's platform provides businesses with a clear view of their supply chain performance, which helps them make better decisions and manage risks. Enhanced collaboration: Loop promotes collaboration between businesses and their suppliers. Loop has been recognized by a number of industry organizations for its innovative approach to supply chain management. It was named a Gartner Cool Vendor in 2021 and was also featured in the IDC MarketScape for Supply Chain Finance and Trade Finance Platforms. Loop is constantly innovating and expanding its services. It is currently developing new features, such as risk Learn More About Unlocking Logistics Profits Matt Mckinney | LinkedIn Loop | LinkedIn Loop homepage Contact Loop Episode Sponsor: Wreaths Across America Wreaths Across America Radio – Wreaths Across America Episode Sponsor: Lean Solutions Group Outsourced Sales and Marketing with Ryan Mann The Logistics of Logistics Podcast If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a positive review, subscribe, and share it with your friends and colleagues. The Logistics of Logistics Podcast: Google, Apple, Castbox, Spotify, Stitcher, PlayerFM, Tunein, Podbean, Owltail, Libsyn, Overcast Check out The Logistics of Logistics on Youtube
Are you a coach who's struggling to define and market your program or offer to clients? Are you nervous to set pricing? Unsure how to stand out in a crowded coaching market? So were these coaches… For this episode, I interviewed three real coaches regarding their real experiences in working with me in Create Your Killer Program. They each generously shared their journeys from uncertainty to confidence in presenting their programs or offers to the world. I've now joined with Kris Jones to create another offer, The Program Powerhouse, which takes things even a step further. I want to thank Michelle, Christine and Lydia once more for helping me show others what these two programs can do for coaches. Kris and I are truly grateful. “We don't realize how much space is being occupied in our brain with just doubt and uncertainty around something so simple as the program.” – Molly Claire What You'll Learn This, not that Step by step and guides Front end versus back end Moving through iterations Gentle and encouraging feedback Uplevel your confidence Impactful bullet points Empowered heart sings Contact Info and Recommended Resources The Program Powerhouse: Combines the Create Your Killer Program with an offer from Kris Jones. This program is definitely for you if you're feeling… Unsure of what your offer is and how to talk about it with confidence? Stuck with a sales page that doesn't do its job of selling for you? Confused about how to price your coaching program at a premium? Frustrated by a crowded market that makes it hard to stand out? Overwhelmed by the flood of advice coming from all directions? Create A Killer Program: Registration will fill up fast so get on the January 2024 waitlist today! This interactive, workshop-style, 6 week Masterclass is what the coaches in this episode did. It teaches you: How the right program can fuel your marketing and sales efforts 3 key ingredients to effective coaching programs How to build a program that will set you apart as an expert Connect with Michelle Evans, Christine Kaplan and Lydia Bai Michelle Evans Michelle is a certified life coach who coaches LDS missionary moms. After sending off a missionary in 2016 and having no idea what was happening in her body with her nervous system, Michelle found coaching. This was pivotal in Michelle's decision to help other moms struggling with supporting themselves, and their missionary, when unexpected things happen while their missionary is serving. michellesevans.com | Instagram | Tiktok Christine Kaplan Christine is an ADHD Life Coach who helps Female Entrepreneurs manage their time and their mind so they can have successful careers and enjoy their family. She was a therapist for over 20 years, and is now a Certified Life and ADHD Life Coach who has worked with hundreds of Teens and Adults to learn how to leverage their ADHD to gain focus, calm their anxiety and achieve their life goals. christinekaplancoaching.com | Instagram | Facebook Lydia Bai Lydia is a former Stanford volleyball athlete, recovering investment banker and now-life coach who helps women in tech get the raise and the recognition they deserve. lydiabai.com | Linkedin Connect with Molly Claire Master Coach Training 2024 REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. Masterful Coach Foundations + The 10K Accelerator Method: Designed for mission-centered Life Coaches who are ready to build a profitable and purposeful business? mollyclaire.com/foundations. Have a question or thoughts about the podcast? Don't hesitate to contact Molly at: Instagram | Molly Claire Coaching IG email@example.com Facebook Molly's book: The Happy Mom Mindset: mollyclaire.com/book Please help Molly reach even more like-minded individuals! Simply post a review of the podcast on your favorite platform (or two). It is so appreciated. Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | iHeart Radio | Amazon Music | RSS
Do office holiday parties get you in the festive spirit or turn you into the Grinch?Our listeners are navigating some ho, ho, horribly awkward holiday situations at work.Tune in to hear Mary and Chris' advice on how to handle this season with a little extra joy and cheer!Shit Canned at Christmas in Atlanta got laid off from his job and his fiancé—who works at the same company—wants him to attend the annual holiday party with her as if nothing happened. How can he get through this event and answer the question “how's it going” when things aren't going well.Santa's Secret Is Safe in Stanford in participating in the company's annual Secret Santa. Unfortunately, they drew the name of their boss' boss. The spending cap is set at $20 for a gift and the present is supposed to be funny. They work for a health sciences lab which is an industry that doesn't lend itself to people with great senses of humor. Is there a way they can make a favorable and fun impression?In The Spotlight, Again, in Fremont got a little bit out of control at their annual Christmas outing last year. They were overserved and ended up as the talk of the office for months. Eventually, the chatter died down but now everyone is making jokes at their expense again. They even received a visit from a person in HR who reminded them what is considered appropriate at office functions. Should they attend the party again this year and if so, how do they overcome last year's shame?We're here to help you succeed! Send us your workplace dilemmas or career questions. Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet us at @cubicleconfide1. All names will be changed to protect the guilty and innocent...Thanks for listening! Connect with us on LinkedIn or Twitter!
Great show today recapping The 2023 CKLV Tournament with Willie The Brain as we go weight-by-weight, talk team race, and also bring on the 125lb Champ - and our MOW of the tourney - Stanford's Nico Provo! This show is brought to you by our friends at ATAC. Video Game Stats, Meets Real Life Training. What's your #ATACrating? Put in the work to get closer to your goals. Download the ATAC app and #LevelUp today! Feel free to tweet us and send us messages with questions and general thoughts! Be sure to SUBSCRIBE to the podcast and go through the archives to hear more great stories. Support the show & leave a 5-star rating and review on Apple Podcasts, and shop some apparel on BASCHAMANIA.com! For all partnership and sponsorship inquiries, email email@example.com.
Doing the hard work upfront makes all the work that follows run smoother. Unlock the secrets to exceptional leadership with David Dodson(@DaveDodson), Stanford professor and bestselling author of The Manager's Handbook. Tune in for a transformative journey into the core principles of business success with a true expert in the field. "The act of doing ordinary things extraordinarily well is uncommon." - Navy SEALs Ethos Key Takeaways: Why We Learn From Failure: Understanding the essence of learning from failure lies in our tendency to dissect setbacks more meticulously than successes. Achievements often lead us to overlook the comprehensive details, whereas stumbling compels us to delve deep into the intricacies of what went awry. It is through the process of picking apart our missteps or wins that we can extract valuable insights and foster genuine growth. Skills vs. Intuition: Navigating the intricacies of a successful business isn't always intuitive; instead, it heavily relies on a foundation of skills. This perspective is highlighted in "The Manager's Handbook," where the identification of five universal skill areas underscores the critical role of aptitude in effective management. Recognizing and honing these skills becomes paramount for anyone seeking success in the dynamic world of business. Mental Health in the Workplace: Destigmatizing mental illness in the workplace is vital for leaders. Brilliance often coexists with mental health challenges, like bipolar disorder. Leaders must proactively equip themselves with tools to manage these issues, acknowledging their inevitability in the workplace. Time Management: Mastering the use of your time is not just a skill; it's a role of custodianship over one of our most precious resources. Recognizing the importance of being a custodian of time involves a strategic approach to prioritizing tasks, setting goals, and optimizing efficiency. By understanding the value of time, individuals can achieve greater productivity, reduce stress, and ultimately unlock their full potential in both personal and professional realms. Sponsors and Promotions: ZBiotics: ZBiotics Pre-Alcohol Probiotic Drink is the world's first genetically engineered probiotic. Go to zbiotics.com/DIVINE to get 15% off your first order, and use code DIVINE. Links for David Dodson: LinkedIn Stanford The Manager's Handbook
Calley Means is an advocate/whistleblower about the corruption of the food and pharma industries and the need to change incentives. He is the Co-Founder of TrueMed - a company that enables Americans to purchase healthy food and exercise tax-free. He is also the co-author of Good Energy, a book on the metabolic health crisis to be published by Penguin RandomHouse next year. Prior, Calley worked for The White House, The Heritage Foundation, and John McCain's 2018 Presidential campaign. He is a graduate of Stanford and Harvard Business School. Find Calley: http://truemed.com/ Twitter and IG: calleymeans Timestamps: 00:00 Trailer and introduction. 02:04 Healthcare industry partners with food companies, profits. 06:12 Processed food industry funds biased nutrition research. 08:26 USDA, FDA influenced by processed food, opioids. 12:12 Ultra processed food companies spend more on research. 16:18 Doctors' culpability in promoting unhealthy food. 20:06 Liquid sugar: diabetes explosion, American Diabetes needs action. 23:18 Bottoms up revolution: sustainable change, critical thinking, optimistic. 25:35 Americans not getting lazier, despite claims made. 28:49 Paid arguments. 32:39 Ozempic and new powerful GLP-1 agonists gaining popularity. 34:57 Only 20% of 21-year-olds eligible for military. 40:14 Trust science? 44:41 France prioritizes healthy, non-toxic food for children. 48:01 Pharma dominates TV news ads, influencing content. 49:10 Jillian Michaels criticized for anti-Science claims. See open positions at Revero: https://jobs.lever.co/Revero/ Join Carnivore Diet for a free 30 day trial: https://carnivore.diet/join/ Carnivore Shirts: https://merch.carnivore.diet Subscribe to our Newsletter: https://carnivore.diet/subscribe/ . #revero #shawnbaker #Carnivorediet #MeatHeals #HealthCreation #humanfood #AnimalBased #ZeroCarb #DietCoach #FatAdapted #Carnivore #sugarfree
Mark Few and the Gonzaga Bulldogs climbed to No. 7 in the college basketball AP Poll thanks to their win over USC in Las Vegas and seven AP Top 25 teams losing over the weekend. meanwhile, USC did not pick up any votes while two future Zag opponents, UConn and Kentucky, fell in the polls. Is it cause for concern? We also take a look at Gonzaga's Tuesday opponent, Arkansas-Pine Bluff, the first of three SWAC opponents the team will face this month. The Golden Lions are the second worst defensive team in the country (per KenPom) and have a top 20 tempo, potentially leading to well over 100 points for the Zags - which is among the five things we will be watching for in this contest, as well as lots of Luka Krajnovic and Jun Seok Yeo Finally, we close out the show discussing Lisa Fortier and the Lady Zags, who are 8-2 and finally snuck into the AP Top 25 at No. 23 after a massive home victory over Stanford - where they handed the Cardinal their worst loss in about four years. The Zags are riding their starting five hard in the early going, but are now No. 17 in the NET rankings and still have chances for more marquee wins, including Cal and Arizona, before they start WCC play. Discord Server: https://discord.gg/R67G9zqEG5 Link to national college basketball national podcast: https://linktr.ee/LockedOncbb https://linktr.ee/LockedOnZags Locked on Zags - Part of the Locked on Podcast Network. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Birddogs Go to birddogs.com/lockedoncollege or enter promo code LOCKEDONCOLLEGE for a free water bottle with any purchase. You won't want to take your birddogs off we promise you. Nutrafol Take the first step to visibly thicker, healthier hair. For a limited time, Nutrafol is offering our listeners ten dollars off your first month's subscription and free shipping when you go to Nutrafol.com/men and enter the promo code LOCKEDONCOLLEGE. Athletic Brewing Go to AthleticBrewing.com and enter code LOCKEDON to get 15% off your first online order or find a store near you! Athletic Brewing. Milford, CT and San Diego, CA. Near Beer. Betterhelp This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp.If you're thinking of starting therapy, give BetterHelp a try. Visit BetterHelp.com/lockedoncollege today to get 10% off your first month. Gametime Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code LOCKEDONCOLLEGE for $20 off your first purchase. LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the qualified candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONCOLLEGE. Terms and conditions apply. eBay Motors For parts that fit, head to eBay Motors and look for the green check. Stay in the game with eBay Guaranteed Fit. eBay Motors dot com. Let's ride. eBay Guaranteed Fit only available to US customers. Eligible items only. Exclusions apply. FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Right now, NEW customers can bet FIVE DOLLARS and get TWO HUNDRED in BONUS BETS – GUARANTEED. Visit FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON to get started. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
Yogi's "partner in the booth" visits the It Factory this week as broadcasting legend, Ted Robinson, joins the show. They reminisce on the Pac-12 season, Pac-12 football and the Pac-12 Network. Ted gives his thoughts on the future of the game and tells stories from his career in broadcasting. 'The Afterglow' reflects after the interview.Come discover Ted Robinson's 'it factor' on "The It Factory: Pac-12 Football with Yogi Roth." You can also watch these episodes on Pac-12 Insider and on YouTube. Go to www.pac-12.com/insider for more information on how to watch on Pac-12 Insider.
The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Episode (12/04/2023): 3:05pm- In her most recent New York Times article, journalist Li Yuan documents that an increasing number of Chinese citizens are fleeing their country and crossing the U.S. Southern border illegally. Yuan writes that “[t]he most harrowing part of their journey was trekking through the brutal jungle in Panama known as the Darién Gap.” Chinese citizens are willing to endure the strenuous migration in order to flee a totalitarian regime willing to torment its citizens. You can read the full article here: https://www.nytimes.com/2023/12/03/business/darien-gap-china-immigration.html 3:15pm- On Monday, North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum announced he will suspend his long-shot presidential campaign. According to RealClearPolitics polling averages, Gov. Burgum had only garnered 0.6% support from Republican voters. The Daily Beast reports that Burgum is considered a potential cabinet member, if Donald Trump were to win a second term as president. 3:25pm- While appearing on Fox News with Maria Bartiromo, House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) revealed that there is now enough internal support from House Republicans to open a formal impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden regarding money his family received from overseas business associates while serving as Vice President in the Obama Administration. 3:35pm- In a video posted to the Republican Caucus House Oversight Committee's X account, Chairman James Comer (R-KY) alleges that Owasco P.C., a Hunter Biden business, made direct monthly payments to then-Vice President Joe Biden, according to newly discovered bank records. Comer added: “Hunter Biden is under an investigation by the Department of Justice for using Owasco P.C. for tax evasion and other serious crimes.” You can read more here: https://www.nationalreview.com/news/bank-records-show-direct-monthly-payment-from-hunter-bidens-corporation-to-joe-biden/ 3:50pm- While appearing on ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos, former RNC Chairman Reince Priebus noted that if Democrats truly believed democracy is on the ballot in 2024, they would run a presidential candidate much stronger than Joe Biden. 3:55pm- While speaking with CBS News' John Dickerson, former Congresswoman Liz Cheney claimed Mike Johnson serving as Speaker of the House during the 2024 presidential election creates an “existential crisis.” She continued, “we have to ensure that we don't have a situation where an election that might be thrown into the House of Representatives is overseen by a Republican majority.” 4:05pm- On Friday, George Santos became the sixth congressman in U.S. history to be expelled from the House of Representatives. The House voted 311 to 114 in favor of removing him following numerous allegations of lying about his background and a 23-count indictment that includes allegations he “repeatedly, without authorization” charged donor credit cards—depositing funds into his own bank account. Meanwhile, Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-NY) remains a member of the House of Representatives despite pleading guilty to pulling a fire alarm in the Cannon House Office Building just prior to the House holding its vote on a stopgap spending measure to avoid a government shutdown. As Rich notes, Bowman's only punishment was a modest fine and a written letter of apology. 4:10pm- While appearing on The View, Senator John Fetterman (D-PA) reacted to George Santos' expulsion from the House by stating that Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) should also be removed from office. Fetterman explained, “Menendez, I think is really a senator for Egypt. You know, not New Jersey. So, I really think he needs to go.” Menendez has been charged with acting as a foreign agent for Egypt, and with accepting bribes in exchange for influence. 4:15pm- Brandon Drey of The Daily Wire writes, “A subpoena request filed in Congress to grant lawmakers access to the flight logs connected to deceased financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein was allegedly blocked last week by Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL). Durbin, who leads the Senate Judiciary Committee, reportedly rejected the request brought forward by Tennessee Republican Sen. Marsha Blackburn in early November. She accused Durbin of standing in the way of certifying the request after a contentious committee meeting on Thursday.” You can read the full article here: https://www.dailywire.com/news/sen-blackburn-says-democrat-led-senate-committee-chair-blocked-epstein-flight-logs-subpoena 4:30pm- If Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) were to resign from the U.S. Senate, would Gov. Phil Murphy (D-NJ) replace him with his wife Tammy Murphy? Last month, Tammy Murphy formally announced her intention to run for U.S. Senate challenging Menendez for his seat. 4:40pm- During Sunday's Eagles-49ers game, San Francisco linebacker Tre Greenlaw and Dom DiSandro, the head of Eagles security, were ejected from the game following a sideline scuffle that DiSandro attempted to break up. 5:05pm- Dr. Wilfred Reilly—Professor of Political Science at Kentucky State University & Author of “Lies My Liberal Teacher Told Me”—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his latest article at National Review, “There is No Trans Genocide.” Dr. Reilly writes: “Why do respected institutions continue to propound verifiably wrong conspiracy theories about how dangerous America is?” Rich and Dr. Riley also discuss a disturbing Pro-Palestinian protest in Philadelphia on Sunday night that consisted of anti-Semitic chants and the intentional targeting of a restaurant owned by an American-Israeli chef. Plus, the Canadian Human Rights Commission declares that Christmas is racist! You can read the full article here: https://www.nationalreview.com/2023/11/there-is-no-trans-genocide/. And you can pre-order Dr. Reilly's upcoming book here: https://www.amazon.com/Lies-My-Liberal-Teacher-Told/dp/0063265974. 5:40pm- Ellie Rushing of The Philadelphia Inquirer writes: “Two security guards at Macy's in Center City were stabbed, one fatally, inside the iconic department store Monday morning, police said. Shortly before 11 a.m., a 30-year-old man—identified by law enforcement sources as Tyrone Tunnell—attempted to steal some hats from the store at 13th and Market Streets. When security guards confronted Tunnell and retrieved the stolen items, he initially left without incident, said Interim Police Commissioner John Stanford. But about 10 minutes later, Tunnell returned, then approached one of the guards and started stabbing him, Stanford said. When a second security guard attempted to intervene, Stanford said, Tunnell slashed and stabbed that guard as well. One of the men, a 30-year-old who had been stabbed in the neck, died from his injuries at Jefferson Hospital a short time later.” You can read the full article here: https://www.inquirer.com/news/philadelphia/macys-stabbing-philadelphia-center-city-20231204.html 5:50pm- On Monday, North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum announced he will suspend his long-shot presidential campaign. According to RealClearPolitics polling averages, Gov. Burgum had only garnered 0.6% support from Republican voters. The Daily Beast reports that Burgum is considered a potential cabinet member, if Donald Trump were to win a second term as president. 6:05pm- Zach Jewell of The Daily Wire writes: “The Biden administration is pushing countries to ‘accelerate' their climate action and spending $3 billion in taxpayer dollars as a pledge to climate and ‘gender equity' funds, the White House announced Saturday… Buried deep in the White House fact sheet are commitments to advancing ‘gender equity amid climate change,' which include an additional $449 million for new programs such as Global Girls Creating Change, a program that seeks to give 900 girls and young women in 29 different countries ‘professional opportunities in the sustainable economy.'” You can read the full article here: https://www.dailywire.com/news/white-house-announces-3-billion-for-green-projects-overseas-including-nearly-500m-for-gender-equity 6:20pm- During a speech at the 2023 United Nations Conference on Climate Change, U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry said that coal fired power plants should not be permitted to exist anywhere in the world. 6:35pm- While speaking in Dubai, Vice President Kamala Harris bizarrely said it was necessary to “revitalize the Palestinian Authority” in response to war between Israel and Hamas. 6:40pm- While speaking with Kristen Welker on NBC's Meet the Press, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) declined to answer whether the Iowa caucus is “do or die” for his presidential campaign. 6:50pm- During Monday's press briefing, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean Pierre was asked if the Florida Democrat Party cancelling their presidential primary amounted to “voter suppression.” Unsurprisingly, Jean Pierre refused to answer.
Why Therapy Fails One of the most common reasons patients contact me is to find out why the therapy isn't working. They may be TEAM-CBT patients or patients of therapists using other approaches. Therapists also ask for consultations on the same problem--why am I stuck with this or that patient who isn't making progress? In the Feeling Good App, my colleagues and I have been looking into this as well. Most app users report excellent and often rapid results, but some get stuck, in just the same way they might get stuck in treatment with a therapist. I have tried to organize my thinking on this topic, because if you can diagnose the cause of therapeutic failure, you can nearly always find a solution. Of course, the app is not a treatment device, but a wellness device, but the same principles apply. So today, Rhonda, Matt and I discuss a couple reasons why therapists and patients alike sometimes get stuck. Matt described a patient who was misdiagnosed with a psychotic disorder who turned out to have sleep apnea. When the proposer diagnosis was made and treated, the patent suddenly recovered. Rhonda described a patient who jumped from topic to topic and always brought up a new problem before completing work on the previous problem. This problem was solved when Rhonda explained the importance of sticking to one problem for several sessions, until the problem was resolved. The patient then began to make progress. David described a depressed woman from Florida who was stuck in treatment, and not making progress, and then the therapist said "I just can't help you," This hurt and confused the patient who wrote to me. There were essentially two problems--the patients depression what brought her to therapy in the first place, and her unresolved hurt feelings when the therapist "gave up" on her. This problem reflected many failed relationships is the patient's life. This was resolved when the patient took the initiative to schedule a session to talk about the conflict more openly with excellent results. In addition, the patient had heard that she "should" accept herself, but didn't know how to accept her constant self-critical troughs and intensely negative feelings. I suggested she make a list of the benefits of her negative thoughts and feelings, as well as the many positive things they showed about her and her core values as a human being. She came up with an extremely impressive and long list! For example, her criticisms showed her high standards, her humility, her dedication to her work, her accountability, and much more. In addition, she'd achieved a great deal because of her relentless self-criticisms. I asked her why in the world she'd want to accept herself, given all those positive characteristics She decided NOT to accept herself, and was delighted with her decision. She said she felt profound relief! An unusual, but awesome, path to acceptance! In other words, she ACCEPTED her "non-acceptance." I hope you find today's podcast interesting and helpful. Of course, ultimately therapy is part science and part human relationship art. That's why Rhonda and I offer free weekly training groups for therapists who wish to develop their therapeutic skills. The groups are on zoom so therapists from around the world are welcome. Matt offers a consultation group (free to Stanford psychiatric residents) every other Tuesday for therapists who want help with difficult, challenging cases. To learn more, you'll find details and contact information at the end of the show notes. When Therapy Doesn't Work-- And How to Get Unstuck (for Therapists and Patients) By David Burns, MD Here's are some of the most common reasons why therapy might fail or appear to be stuck / without progress. Some of them will be of interest primarily to clinicians, while others will be of interest to clinicians and patients alike. And many of these reasons will also apply to individuals using the Feeling Good App who are stuck in their attempts to change the way they think and feel. But what does “stuck” actually mean? The definition, of course, is subjective. I believe that a substantial or complete elimination of depression and anxiety can typically be achieved in five sessions with a skilled TEAM therapist. I use two-hour sessions, and can usually see dramatic change in a single session, although follow-ups may be needed for Relapse Prevention Training or other problems the patients might want help with. In my experience, the treatment of relationship problems and habits and addictions usually takes much longer than the treatment of anxiety or depression. The techniques to treat relationship problems and habits and addictions actually work just as fast as the techniques to treat depression and anxiety, but the resistance can be far more intense. For example, someone may be ambivalent about leaving a troubled relationship or giving up a favored habit for many months or years before making a decision to move in a new direction. And, of course, the treatment of biological problems like schizophrenia and bipolar I disorder will nearly always require a long term therapeutic relationship, often requiring medications in addition to therapy. The problems and errors I've listed below are mostly correctable. And although there are many traps that therapists and patients fall into, the vast majority of therapeutic failure the patient's hidden 'resistance' to change and the therapist's lack of skill addressing it. This is true in clinical practice and in psychotherapy outcome studies, as well. On the one hand, a great many patients will feel ambivalent about change. For example, a patient with low self-esteem may not want to stop being self-critical and accept themselves, as-is, but to have a better version of themselves, first. Or they may want to overcome their fears without facing them. Or they might want a better relationship but would want the other person to do the changing. Unfortunately, most therapists lack the skills to address resistance and, in fact, often make it worse by trying to motivate the patient to change, rather than understand their hesitation to change and discuss it with them. This is one area where TEAM training has a great deal to offer, including over 30 skills therapists can learn to address motivation and resistance. The following list of 37 reasons why therapy fails follows the structure of T, E, A, M. Errors at or before the initial evaluation Patient is just window shopping Patient does not buy into the cognitive model Incorrect conceptualization of type of problem, so you end up using the wrong techniques. To simplify things, I think of four conceptualizations: Individual mood problem (depression or anxiety) Relationship Problem Habit / Addictions “Non-problem”: healthy negative feelings such as the grief you might feel when a love one dies Patient is not in treatment out of choice. For example, a teenager might be brought in by parents to be “fixed,” like bringing in your car to the local garage for a tune up, and you don't have an agenda with your patient. Or a parent might be court-ordered to go to therapy if he wants to have custody of his children. Failure to ask patients to complete the Concept of Self-Help Memo, the How to Make Therapy Rewarding and Successful memo, and the Administrative Memo prior to the start of therapy. These memos fix a great many therapeutic problems that are likely to emerge later on, like homework non-compliance, premature termination, and policies about confidentiality, last minute cancelling of sessions, conflicts of interest (eg patient is seeking disability) and more. Most therapists ignore the use of these memos, only to pay a steep price later on. Failure to mention the requirement for homework and similar issues the at initial contact with the patient. Failure to explore the patient's motivation for treatment. T = Testing Diagnostic errors: not recognizing additional problems which patient may have in addition to the initial complaint, such as drug or substance abuse, psychosis, intense social anxiety, past trauma or abuse, or hidden problems the patient is ashamed to disclose. This is easily solvable by the use of my EASY Diagnostic System prior to your initial evaluation. It screens for 50 of the most common DSM “diagnoses” and only takes ten minutes or so out of a therapy session to review and assign the “Symptom Cluster Diagnoses.” Failure to use Brief Mood Survey before and after each session. This error makes the therapist blind to the severity or nature and severity of the patient's feelings, which cannot be accurately identified by a patient interview or therapy session. As a result, the therapist's understanding will not be accurate, and the therapist will not be to pinpoint the degree of change (or failure to change) during and between therapy sessions. E = Empathy Failure to ask patients to complete the Evaluation of Therapy Session after each session. As a result, it will not be possible for therapists to understand their level of empathy, helpfulness, and several other relationship dimensions critical to good therapy. Failure to use the “What's My Grade” technique while empathizing with the patient. Failure to receive training in the Five Secrets of Effective Communication and the three advanced communication techniques. These techniques are difficult to learn, requiring lots of practice and commitment, but can be invaluable in therapy and in the therapist's personal life. A = Assessment of Resistance (also called Paradoxical Agenda Setting) Failure to recognize and deal with Outcome Resistance: There are four distinct types, corresponding to depression, anxiety, relationship problems, and habits and addictions. Failure to recognize and with Process Resistance: There are four distinct types, corresponding to depression, anxiety, relationship problems, and habits and addictions. The “because” factor: I won't let go of my depression until “I've lost weight,” or “I've found a loving partner,” or “I've achieved something special,” or “I've found a better job / career,” or “I've achieved my goals at X.” This is another type of Outcome Resistance. M = Methods--errors using the Daily Mood Log Patient “cannot” identify any Negative Thoughts The way you worded your Negative Thought. The common errors include thoughts describing events or feelings, rhetorical questions, long rambling thoughts, or thoughts consisting of a few words or phrases, like “worthless.” No Recovery Circle / many need many techniques combined with the philosophy of “failing as fast as you can.” This allows you to individualize the treatment for each patient. It is simply not true that there is one school of therapy or method (like meditation, mindfulness or daily exercise, etc.) that will be helpful, much less “the answer,” for all patients! The way you did the technique / incorrect use of technique. Many of the most powerful techniques, like Interpersonal Exposure, Externalization of Voices, Paradoxical Double Standard, Feared Fantasy, and many more require considerable sophistication and training. They can be fantastic when used skillfully, but they aren't easy to learn! Trying to challenge your negative thoughts in your head / vs on paper or computer. This is associated with Process Resistance for depression—refusing to do the written homework, and it is exceptionally common. Trying to challenge the negative thoughts of someone else or encouraging them to think more positively: won't work! In my first book, Feeling Good, I spelled out the warning that cognitive techniques are for you, and NOT for you to use on other people, including friends, family, and so forth. It is my impression that many people ignore this warning. When they discover that the person they are trying to “help” does take kindly to identify the cognitive distortions in their thoughts, both end up frustrated. Failure to “get” the Acceptance Paradox / using too much self-defense in your positive thoughts, especially Technique when doing Externalization of Voices Using the Acceptance Paradox in a defeatist, self-effacing way Failure to include the Counter-Attack Technique when doing Externalization of Voices. This techniques is not always necessary, but can sometimes be the knock out blow for the patient's endless inner criticisms. Not understanding the necessary and sufficient conditions for emotional change when challenging distorted thoughts. Too much focus on cognitive / rational techniques when far more dynamic techniques are needed, such as the Experimental Technique (e.g. exposure) in treating anxiety or the Externalization of Voices or Hidden Emotion Techniques Not recognizing that the patient's negative thoughts might be valid (I think that my partner is cheating on me) and trying to get your patient to challenge the “distortions” in the thoughts Other therapist errors Codependency: addiction to trying to “help” / cheer up the patient / solve some problem the patient has Need to be “nice” and refusal to hold patients accountable Narcissism: unwilling to be criticized, unwilling to fail, needing to stay in the expert role Difficulties “getting” the patient's inner feelings, due to lack of skill with Five Secrets and the failure to use Empathy Scale Difficulties forming a warm and vibrant therapeutic relationship, which can sometimes result from strong (and nearly always unexpressed) dislike of the patient Commitment to a favored “school” of therapy / thinking you are superior to colleagues and have the one “correct” approach Failure to use assessment tools with every patient at every session Failure to make patients accountable for homework Four types of reverse hypnosis: this is where the patient hypnotizes the therapist into believing things that simply aren't true. Depression: the patient may really be hopeless or worthless Anxiety: the patient is too fragile for exposure Relationship problems: the patient is too fragile for / not yet ready for exposure Habits / addictions: not making the patient accountable or assuming patient isn't yet “ready” to give up the addiction, or the patient needs to have emotional / relationship problems fixed first Unrecognize, unaddressed conflicts with therapist that need to be addressed with Changing the Focus. This error often results from the therapist's fear of conflict or patient anger, and is usually accompanied by a failure to use the Evaluation of Therapy Session, which would send a loud signal to the therapist that something is wrong. Failure to do Relapse Prevention Training prior to discharge. Conceptualization errors. Failure to use or select the most effective therapeutic approach and techniques for the patient's problem. For example, the Daily Mood Log and Recovery Circle are great for depression and anxiety, although there will be some important differences in the choice of methods for depression vs. anxiety. For example, Exposure and the Hidden Emotion Technique are great for anxiety, but rarely useful for depression. The DML has only a secondary role in the treatment of relationship problems (the Relationship Journal is more direct and useful) or habits and addictions (the Triple Paradox and Habit and Addiction Log (HAL) are far more useful. The therapist may be committed to a school of therapy, like Rogerian listening, without addressing resistance or using methods. Or therapist may believe that psychodynamic or psychoanalytic therapy, or ACT, or traditional Beckian cognitive therapy, will be the “answer” for everybody. The schools of therapy function much like cults, causing feelings of competitiveness (our guru is better than your guru) and sharply limiting the critical thinking and narrowing the consciousness of the faithful “followers.” Conflicts of interest. The therapist may subconsciously want to keep the patient in a long-term “talking” relationship due to emotional or financial needs. The therapist may have been taught that therapeutic change is inherently slow, requiring many years or more. This belief will always function as a self-fulfilling prophecy. Thanks for listening! Matt, Rhonda, and David
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 3: Dr. Wilfred Reilly—Professor of Political Science at Kentucky State University & Author of “Lies My Liberal Teacher Told Me”—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his latest article at National Review, “There is No Trans Genocide.” Dr. Reilly writes: “Why do respected institutions continue to propound verifiably wrong conspiracy theories about how dangerous America is?” Rich and Dr. Riley also discuss a disturbing Pro-Palestinian protest in Philadelphia on Sunday night that consisted of anti-Semitic chants and the intentional targeting of a restaurant owned by an American-Israeli chef. Plus, the Canadian Human Rights Commission declares that Christmas is racist! You can read the full article here: https://www.nationalreview.com/2023/11/there-is-no-trans-genocide/. And you can pre-order Dr. Reilly's upcoming book here: https://www.amazon.com/Lies-My-Liberal-Teacher-Told/dp/0063265974. Ellie Rushing of The Philadelphia Inquirer writes: “Two security guards at Macy's in Center City were stabbed, one fatally, inside the iconic department store Monday morning, police said. Shortly before 11 a.m., a 30-year-old man—identified by law enforcement sources as Tyrone Tunnell—attempted to steal some hats from the store at 13th and Market Streets. When security guards confronted Tunnell and retrieved the stolen items, he initially left without incident, said Interim Police Commissioner John Stanford. But about 10 minutes later, Tunnell returned, then approached one of the guards and started stabbing him, Stanford said. When a second security guard attempted to intervene, Stanford said, Tunnell slashed and stabbed that guard as well. One of the men, a 30-year-old who had been stabbed in the neck, died from his injuries at Jefferson Hospital a short time later.” You can read the full article here: https://www.inquirer.com/news/philadelphia/macys-stabbing-philadelphia-center-city-20231204.html On Monday, North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum announced he will suspend his long-shot presidential campaign. According to RealClearPolitics polling averages, Gov. Burgum had only garnered 0.6% support from Republican voters. The Daily Beast reports that Burgum is considered a potential cabinet member, if Donald Trump were to win a second term as president.
Stanford's Evelyn Douek and Alex Stamos weigh in on the latest online trust and safety news and developments:Elon Musk told advertisers to go f*** themselves in an interview with Jona–... sorry, Andrew Ross Sorkin of the NYT. Is this a good business strategy? - Kate Conger and Remy Tumin / The New York Times Linda doing clean-up on Aisle Elon - Linda Yaccarino / XMeta is still algorithmically promoting child sexual abuse material on its platforms. - Jeff Horwitz and Katherine Blunt / WSJThey say they're still working on it: MetaOn the flip side, Google's risk-averse approach to CSAM and its poor customer service creates a different problem for people who suddenly find themselves locked out of their entire accounts. - Kashmir Hill / New York TimesMeta says it is adopting the same approach as in the past for the 2024 election season. - Nick Clegg / MetaExcept this time, the government apparently will not be giving them any tip-offs about foreign interference. Such communication has been stalled since july. - Naomi Nix and Cat Zakrzewski / The Washington PostAs Meta detailed in its quarterly adversarial threat report, though, this is not because such interference has stopped. - MetaA district court issued a preliminary injunction preventing Montana's state-wide ban from going into effect in the new year. - Sapna Maheshwari / New York Times; US District CourtDoritos has had the most important AI breakthrough of the year, with its crunch-cancellation software for gamers who like to snack. - Sydney Page / The Washington PostJoin the conversation and connect with Evelyn and Alex on Twitter at @evelyndouek and @alexstamos.Moderated Content is produced in partnership by Stanford Law School and the Cyber Policy Center. Special thanks to John Perrino for research and editorial assistance.Like what you heard? Don't forget to subscribe and share the podcast with friends!
Lincoln and Jeff recap Nebraska's opening round wins over Long Island and Missouri, moving the Huskers to the Sweet 16 (2:35). How do Nebraska's outside hitter duo stack up to the other title contenders (19:00)? Who else is coming to Lincoln for the regional rounds (22:50). An interview with Creighton head coach Kirsten Bernthal Booth (27:50) on the Bluejays' return to the Sweet 16 and supporting more women head coaches. Looking at the Madison regional (47:00), the Pittsburgh regional (50:19), and the Stanford regional (52:57). Plus, Wayne State reaches the Division II Elite Eight with a big win over Concordia-St. Paul (57:09).
In this episode you will hear: using speakpipe.com/YCBK you can send in your questions either on Twitter at @YCBKpodcast using the Messages tab or via email at . You can also send in questions for our interviews by using speakpipe.com/YCBK. Our interviews are confirmed for 2023 and 2024 with the following leaders at the following schools: Confirmed interviews not yet completed Recommended Resources for AI by Chris Chilbert . This is the Washington Post article that I referenced. - . This is a link to the Harvard study that I mentioned. It's a bit long, but it's readable. The Post article references it. It shows how tools such as ChatGPT might be used in the workplace. - . This is Stanford's AI site. They're doing incredible research into AI, and it's worth reviewing. - . This is an inventory of how federal agencies are using AI. - . Article in The Atlantic focusing on ChatGPT and the founder of OpenAI. The Atlantic has a lot of AI coverage. - . This is from McKinsey Consulting. They have a free newsletter and a lot of good articles on the impact of AI on business. - - MIT's AI site. To sign up to receive Your College-Bound Kid PLUS, our free quarterly admissions deep-dive, delivered directly to your email four times a year, just go to yourcollegeboundkid.com, and you will see the sign up on the right side of the page under “the Listen to our podcast icons” Follow Mark Stucker on Twitter to get breaking college admission news, and updates about the podcast before they go live. You can ask questions on Twitter that he will answer on the podcast. Mark will also share additional hot topics in the news and breaking news on this Twitter feed. Twitter message is also the preferred way to ask questions for our podcast: https://twitter.com/YCBKpodcast 1. To access our transcripts, click: https://yourcollegeboundkid.com/category/transcripts/ 2. Find the specific episode transcripts for the one you want to search and click the link 3. Find the magnifying glass icon in blue (search feature) and click it 4. Enter whatever word you want to search. I.e. Loans 5. Every word in that episode when the words loans are used, will be highlighted in yellow with a timestamps 6. Click the word highlighted in yellow and the player will play the episode from that starting point 7. You can also download the entire podcast as a transcript We would be honored if you will pass this podcast episode on to others who you feel will benefit from the content in YCBK. Please subscribe to our podcast. It really helps us move up in Apple's search feature so others can find our podcast. Don't forget to send your questions related to any and every facet of the college process to: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you enjoy our podcast, would you please do us a favor and share our podcast both verbally and on social media? We would be most grateful! If you want to help more people find Your College-Bound Kid, please make sure you follow our podcast. You will also get instant notifications as soon as each episode goes live. Check out the college admissions books Mark recommends: Check out the college websites Mark recommends: If you want to have some input about what you like and what you recommend we change about our podcast, please complete our Podcast survey; here is the link: If you want a college consultation with Mark or Lisa or Lynda, just text Mark at 404-664-4340 or email Lisa at or Lynda at email@example.com. All they ask is that you review their services and pricing on their website before the complimentary session. Their counseling website is: https://schoolmatch4u.com/
In this week's MBA Admissions podcast we began by discussing the latest MBA application deadlines and decision releases. This upcoming week Yale SOM, Harvard, Stanford, UVA / Darden, CMU / Tepper, Emory / Goizueta, Dartmouth / Tuck, Berkeley / Haas, Georgetown / McDonough, Duke / Fuqua, Michigan / Ross and Cornell / Johnson are all scheduled to release Round 1 decisions. Graham highlighted the upcoming MBA admissions events this week. On Monday, December 4, Clear Admit is hosting its monthly Clear Admit+ event, open to all registered users. This is an opportunity to ask questions to our podcast hosts as we move towards the Round 2 deadlines. On Wednesday, December 6, Clear Admit is hosting its second Masters in Management program webinar. Schools participating in this event include Duke Fuqua, Emory Goizueta, Georgetown McDonough, Northwestern Kellogg, and Notre Dame Mendoza. Signup for this event here: https://bit.ly/clearadmitmim We then had a discussion on the recently released LinkedIn ranking of top MBA programs. They use their self-reported employment data to rank the programs, which is an interesting approach. The outcome of the ranking is reasonable, with a few exceptions. Graham then highlighted a recent article that Clear Admit published for its Sustainability series, from Northwestern / Kellogg. He then noted a three Real Humans articles from Texas / McCombs, London Business School and Georgetown / McDonough. We then discussed two Admissions Tips: one focused on the increasing use of video essays, the second on the importance of the data forms in the admissions process. We then reviewed the London Business School class of 2025 profile, which looked very reasonable for a top European program in terms of the statistics. We did wonder whether European application numbers were harmed by the Brexit situation (Europe + the U.K. only represents 18% of this recent class). Finally, we discussed the MBA employment report for UVA / Darden Class of 2023. Their employment statistics fall in line with other top programs, with an increase in consulting placements (even if some of those are delayed), and a small reduction on tech placements, which appears to be in line with the wider employment environment. For this week, for the candidate profile review portion of the show, Alex selected three ApplyWire entries. This week's first MBA admissions candidate has a super GRE score of 335. They are an engineer, from India, now working in the U.S. They are targeting next season. They do have three degrees already, so the MBA will be the fourth; they will need to make it clear that they are not simply collecting degrees, and there are broader goals that make sense of their pathway. We also hope they have some hobbies and interests that further differentiate them from other very bright engineers from India. This week's second MBA candidate also has a great test score, with a 750 on the GMAT. They are from Azerbaijan, and they are targeting Round 2 for this season. Their longer term goals are for entrepreneurship, and we were very interested in whether this is back in their home country, or where they study for the MBA. We also like their community activities. The final MBA candidate for this week is debating whether to apply for full-time of part-time programs, weighing up the risk / reward trade offs of both. They appear to have a very decent profile, but their GRE score is at 317. They are targeting next season, so we hope they can really boost that score, and then potentially apply to both program options, to see what opportunities this presents. This episode was recorded in Milan, Italy and Cornwall, England. It was produced and engineered by the fabulous Dennis Crowley in Philadelphia, USA. Thanks to all of you who've been joining us and please remember to rate and review this show wherever you listen!
Matteo Maggiori is a professor of finance at Stanford University and a returning guest to the podcast, and Jesse Schreger is an associate professor of economics at Columbia University. Matteo and Jesse, along with Christopher Clayton, have recently authored a paper titled, *A Framework for Geoeconomics,* and they join David on Macro Musings to discuss it. Specifically, Matteo, Jesse, and David also discuss the basics, core concepts, and real world examples of geoeconomics, the key elements of a global hegemon, the future of the discipline, and a lot more. Transcript for this week's episode. Matteo's Twitter: @m_maggiori Matteo's Stanford profile Matteo's website Jesse's Twitter: @JSchreger Jesse's Columbia profile Jesse's website David Beckworth's Twitter: @DavidBeckworth Follow us on Twitter: @Macro_Musings Donate to Macro Musings! Join the Macro Musings mailing list! Check out our new Macro Musings merch! Related Links: *A Framework for Geoeconomics* by Christopher Clayton, Matteo Maggiori, and Jesse Schreger *My Economic Statecraft Syllabus* by Daniel Drezner *A Model of the International Monetary System* by Emmanuel Farhi and Matteo Maggiori *National Power and the Structure of Foreign Trade* by Albert Hirschman *Bucking the Buck: US Financial Sanctions and the International Backlash Against the Dollar* by Daniel McDowell
Want to learn how to be a happier and more successful version of yourself… from the psychiatrist that Lady Gaga says “saved her life?” Mel sits down with Stanford-trained psychiatrist, trauma expert, and best-selling author Dr. Paul Conti to help you improve your mental health and be happier in 2024. Topics discussed:Toxic self-talk starts in childhood.Cotard's Syndrome: The extreme side of negative self-talk.Your thoughts become your reality.What to do when you feel like a failure or doomed to bad luck.Feel happier when you say THIS to yourself.5 strategies for changing your inner dialogue.The one area where computers are better than the human brain.Why you HAVE to process your childhood trauma.What to do with a panic attack.The ONE thing you need to know about change.What an umbrella has to do with how you think about yourself. Purchase Dr. Conti's book, Trauma: The Invisible Epidemic, here: https://www.amazon.com/Trauma-Invisible-Epidemic-Works-Heal/dp/1683647351Check out his website here: https://drpaulconti.com/Watch the episodes on YouTube: https://bit.ly/45OWCNrCheck out my book, The High 5 Habit: https://a.co/d/g1DQ8Pt Follow me:Instagram: https://bit.ly/3QfG8bbThe Mel Robbins Podcast Instagram: https://bit.ly/49bg4GPLinkedIn: https://bit.ly/46Mh0QBTikTok: https://bit.ly/46Kpw2v Sign up for my newsletter: https://bit.ly/46PVnPsWant more resources? Go to my podcast page at melrobbins.com/podcast.Disclaimer
In this episode, Matt and Sam are joined by Stanford historian Jennifer Burns to discuss her new biography of Milton Friedman, the Nobel Prize-winning economist whose influence would reach far beyond the academy when, during his last decades, he became one of the most effective popularizers of libertarian ideas—in books, columns, and even a ten-part PBS program, Free to Choose. How did the son of Jewish immigrants in New Jersey come to hold the often radical ideas that made him famous? How does Friedman's variety of libertarianism differ from, say, that of Mises or Hayek? What made Friedman, unusually for the times, someone who valued the intellects and work of the women around him? And what should we make of Friedman now, as Trump and elements of the conservative movement and Republican Party supposedly jettison the "fusionism" of which Friedman's free markets were a part? As mentioned in the episode's introduction, listeners might want to revisit episode 16 with economist Marshall Steinbaum for a broader, and more critical, look at the Chicago school.Sources:Jennifer Burns, Milton Friedman: The Last Conservative (2023)Jennifer Burns, Ayn Rand: Goddess of the Market (2009)Naomi Klein, "40 Years Ago, This Chilean Exile Warned Us About the Shock Doctrine. Then He Was Assassinated." The Nation, Sept 21, 2016.Tim Barker, "Other People's Blood," n+1 , Spring 2019. Pascale Bonnefoy, "50 Years Ago, a Bloody Coup Ended Democracy in Chile," NY Times, Sept 11, 2023....and don't forget to subscribe to Know Your Enemy on Patreon for access to all of our bonus episodes!
This episode's Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, we spend time with Shani Bocian, founder and CEO of Allermi, an innovative telehealth startup aiming to improve the lives of allergy sufferers through personalized prescription nasal sprays. Born from Shani's mission to enhance the health of others and her father's 30 years of allergy research at Stanford University, Allermi provides customized relief by combining medications to target individual symptoms.While together, Shani explains how Allermi's approach helps chronic allergy patients who struggled with over-the-counter options and brings specialized care to those unable to access in-person allergists. We also explore Allermi's rocketship growth, serving thousands of customers in just one year, and how Shani is taking the company to the next level.With an unrelenting focus on patients' allergy health, Shani and Allermi team are pioneering much-needed innovation in a $15 billion industry. Join us as she shares her vision for leading change in allergy care nationwide. Let's go!Episode Highlights:Origins: Allermi was born from Shani's father, Dr. Robert Bocian's 30 years of allergy research and "potions" at Stanford to provide better reliefCustomized Care: Personalized multi-ingredient nasal sprays target individual symptoms vs one-size-fits-all over-the-counter optionsTelehealth Innovation: On-demand virtual allergist appointments increase access and care nationwideRocketship Growth: Served over 15,000 customers in just the first year since launchingFunding The Future: Recently closed a $7.5 million seed round to fuel further expansion About our Guest: Shani Bocian is the visionary founder and CEO of Allermi, a groundbreaking telehealth startup based in San Francisco that aims to improve the lives of chronic and seasonal allergy sufferers with personalized prescription nasal sprays. Founded in 2021, Allermi has quickly garnered attention and funding for its innovative approach to combating allergy symptoms.Born and raised in Palo Alto, California, Shani's family has a background in the medical field and her father, Robert Bocian, MD, PhD, FAAAAI, is a Professor of Allergy-Immunology at Stanford University. Her father's expertise and passion for helping patients with rhinitis and hay fever served as the catalyst for Allermi's creation.With Shani's mission to help people improve their health and her father's decades of clinical experience, Allermi became a family endeavor. They assembled a team of dedicated professionals, including six full-time employees on the operational side and approximately 20 licensed physicians providing telehealth services across all 50 states.Links Supporting This Episode:Allermi Website: CLICK HEREShani Bocian LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREAllermi Twitter page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK...
Host Em Adler is joined by Lincoln Shafer to analyze the best draft prospect performances from the last week of action, including dives into Stanford's Kiki Iriafen, Hannah Jump and Cameron Brink, as well Florida State's Ta'Niya Latson, UCLA's Kiki Rice, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jennifer Burns is an Associate Professor of History at Stanford University and a Research Fellow at Stanford's Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace. Book: Milton Friedman: The Last Conservative
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Our guest today is Mark Appel. Mark has a list of great accomplishments: - Stanford engineering grad- 2013 Astros #1 overall pick- 2015 MLB Futures Games- 2022 MLB Debut with Phillies- Current entrepreneurOn this episode we talk about the ups and downs of major league baseball, injuries and what the Lord is doing next in Mark's life. Bumpy Pickle Chasing What Matters Instagram
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Jennifer Burns is an Associate Professor of History at Stanford University and a Research Fellow at Stanford's Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace. Book: Milton Friedman: The Last Conservative CONTINUED