Barry Church and Newy Scruggs breakdown the Cowboys sixth straight win heading after they defeated the Minnesota Vikings, they debate the impact of back up quarterback Cooper Rush's performance and more on this episode of the Player's Lounge!
Alex Donno and Larry Blustein recap a big win for Miami against #18 NC State, including a complete performance from Tyler Van Dyke and timely stops from the maligned defense. Miami has an even bigger challenge this weekend on the road at 17th ranked Pittsburgh. Can Miami keep it rolling? Blu provides some important recruiting updates for the Classes of 2022 and '23.
My guests are Dauphin County District Attorney, Fran Chardo and Dr. Ashley Yinger, Criminal Justice Program Administrator for the Dauphin County District Attorney's Office.“Dauphin County's successful “Stepping Up” program focuses on diverting people with mental illness into treatment rather than criminal charges, prosecution, and incarceration.”www.dauphincounty.org
We're covering several stories from the news today, starting off with the revelation that Dr. Fauci facilitated painful experiments on dogs, funded by taxpayer money. While that is awful and deserving of contempt, it's strange how much people care about this compared to how much people care about experimentation with aborted babies. We also discuss the mainstream media's complete misunderstanding of the "let's go Brandon" phenomenon. Then, Jason Whitlock, BlazeTV host of "Fearless with Jason Whitlock," joins the show to discuss the strange turn of events that has BLM in New York protesting against vaccine mandates, as well as one journalist's accusation that Condoleezza Rice is a "foot soldier for white supremacy" because of her views on critical race theory. We end things on a positive note, with a story from Louisiana about local dads helping out at a school that had previously seen a record amount of fighting and violence. --- Timecodes: (0:00) Intro (1:13) The National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Disease — led by Dr. Fauci — experimented on dogs & it was taxpayer-funded!?! (9;50) Is "Let's go Brandon" vulgar? (23:38) Interview with Jason Whitlock (53:39) Outro & goodbye --- Today's Sponsors: Good Ranchers producer is 100% American — when you buy your steak & chicken from Good Ranchers, you're getting ethically-raised, sustainably-sourced meat - & you're also supporting American farms! Go to GoodRanchers.com/ALLIE & save 20% off each box of mouth-watering meats when you subscribe, plus save an additional $20 off & get free express shipping by using 'ALLIE' at checkout for one-time purchases. Dwell features over a dozen new recordings of the Bible, with the best versions of the Bible, and a new read-along experience, which lets you read big, bold text accompanied by beautiful background art while you're listening. Go to DwellApp.io/RELATABLE to get 10% off a yearly subscription, or 33% off Dwell for life! Alliance Defending Freedom is helping challenge the vaccine mandate in courts — if it's enacted — but they need your help. Join other supporters at ADFLegal.org/ALLIE & make your donation today! --- Show Links: Daily Mail: "'Cruel' Fauci Is Condemned for Spending $2m on Experiments Which Saw Beagles 'De-Barked' and Trapped in Cages so Flies Could Eat Them Alive. Bi-Partisan Fury at 'Reprehensible Misuse of Taxpayer Funds'" https://bit.ly/3bbkC3w The Washington Post: "Biden's Critics Hurl Increasingly Vulgar Taunts" https://wapo.st/3vK5wvl TheBlaze: "Black Lives Matter Stage Vaccine Mandate Protest at NYC's Barclays Center to Demand Unvaccinated Kyrie Irving Be Able to Play NBA Games" https://bit.ly/3mcrsMr The Megyn Kelly Show: Ep 187 | A Wuhan Lab Admission and White House Coordination Against Parents, with Hugh Hewitt, Melissa Francis, Allie Beth Stuckey, and Nicki Neily https://apple.co/3GnV6WQ Yahoo!: "Condoleezza Rice's CRT Stance Proves She's a Foot Soldier for White Supremacy" https://yhoo.it/3EcMJM2 TheBlaze: "Whitlock: 'Dads on Duty' at a Louisiana High School Show America Needs a MANdate" https://bit.ly/3pAP1Ap --- Past Episode Mentioned: Ep 508: My Response to John Piper, Tim Keller & Big Eva https://apple.co/2XGMM30 --- Buy Allie's book, You're Not Enough (& That's Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love: https://alliebethstuckey.com/book Relatable merchandise: https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/allie-stuckey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Robby Stanley and Joe Rexrode continue to breakdown that Titans win, how did they do this with so many injuries. Kevin Byard, Breon Borders, and AJ Brown all making big plays in addition to Derrick Henry dominating. We also pose the question "Best Titans game in Nissan Stadium since when?"
Episode 471: Brice Paterik breaks down what it means for MiLB players to have housing provided by ownership, why it isn't as praiseworthy as it looks and which former Astro is wreaking havoc against Houston in the playoffs. He also looks at Ron Washington's fearless third base coaching. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
(0:00) Red Sox lose to Astros in Game 1. (13:00) Alex Cora's pitching management (24:00) Kike Hernandez making a huge impact (34:00) Series outlook for Red Sox and Chris Sale
(0:00) Red Sox lose to Astros in Game 1. (13:00) Alex Cora's pitching management (24:00) Kike Hernandez making a huge impact (34:00) Series outlook for Red Sox and Chris Sale
Engage – Episode 10 – “Stepping up cybersecurity: Biometrics and multifactor authentication” In episode 10 of Engage, we welcomed Rob Douglas, CEO, and President of BioConnect. He sat down with us to discuss biometrics and privacy in physical security. Genetec Chief Security Officer, Christian Morin, joins the conversation too. He shares his thoughts on recent changes in the industry and improving cyber hygiene– a hot topic during cybersecurity awareness month. According to a Gartner prediction, CEOs will be liable for cyber-physical security incidents. In this episode, we look at the best ways to fight new cyber threats through multi-factor authentication.
Co-written with Welsh consultancy firm The Means, this report draws on original research and the Understanding Welsh Places online tool to explore how Welsh places responded to Covid-19. We use stories from communities across Wales to understand how residents used local facilities and assets during the crisis, and what we learned about Welsh places' preparedness to respond to an event of this scale. We then make recommendations about how the Welsh government and local authorities can invest in the facilities and planning to be better prepared for future crises. In this event chaired by Auriol Miller, Director of the IWA, attendees heard from a panel including: Andy Regan – Policy and External Affairs Manager, Institute of Welsh Affairs Peter Williams – Director, The Means Robyn Lovelock – Programme Manager, North Wales Economic Ambition Board
It's been 18 months since many event profs first encountered Zoom. Back then, turning on the laptop camera and joining the call successfully was already considered a huge success. But as time went by, the standards for virtual event production started rising. Presenters and team members alike learned how to look better on camera. Event technology masters, such as our hosts, Will and Brandt, gave out advice on the best virtual speaker gear. As we're slowly stepping into the third year of the pandemic, we've all come to understand that looking your best on video calls matters ... Or did we? The Event Tech podcast duo thinks that there's still room for improvement. And so, they decided to go back to basics and revisit this good old topic. It doesn't just apply to event planners who are planning their next big event. If you ever need to hop on a call, you should give this episode a listen. You might feel called out, but remember, Will and Brandt are only trying to help and make the events industry a better place. Without further ado, let's talk tech!
In this episode Pete and Christopher talk about the importance of conferences both national and regional like Mountain Connect. They tackle the all important question of digital literacy and touch on the importance of inclusion. Click now to listen. Also, be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcast platform so you never miss an episode of the Broadband Bunch!
In this episode, Arthi has an eye-opening conversation with Harumi Gondo, about knowing the value of the business you conduct, and how to set those all important next step boundaries.Harumi shares her personal business experiences of growing her NPO and business and how having a low pricing model hindered her success, until she became self-aware that this needed to change. With courageous conversations, she set and reinforced boundaries that have allowed her to thrive both personally and professionally. Harumi's share some wonderful analogies of the staircase and the open house, as ways for us to understand how we can grow beyond the present towards our vision. Take a listen to these wonderfully candid insights.About Harumi Gondo:Harumi has done a lot of work in the teaching space in academic and journalism spheres, before she founded an NPO in 2018 called TypeLAB, which trains and certifies Japanese mothers to understand and develop themselves to engage in satisfying relationships and careers. Her work centres around facilitating personality development through understanding of Self.Harumi also founded her for-profit group 2 years later, 16 Type, to run type trainings for companies and associations to build teamwork and culture centered around growth and psychological safety. Harumi believes this is her third and most likely final career.If you enjoyed this episode, then do rate, write a review and share with others.Share too, your own insights from your journey based on themes from the episode - what has worked or hasn't for you. We can all learn from each other.#findyourprerna #prernaadvisory #bebold #bebrave #podcast #leadership #growth #entrepreneur #coaching #womeninbusiness #womenatwork #executivecoaching #mindset #leadershipcoach #career #careercoach #growthmindset #winner #failure #neuroscience #habits
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God desires to bless you exactly where you are RIGHT NOW. Step up in obedience to Him.This week's message is from our Senior Pastor, John Letterman. Scripture References:Genesis 37-50Social Media:@riverviewchristian on Facebook and InstagramWebsite:riverviewchristianministries.orgSupport the show (https://riverviewchristian.churchcenter.com/giving)
Despite some biosimilars, including those for filgrastim, trastuzumab, and bevacizumab, achieving a greater US market share than their originators, other biosimilar categories, such as pegfilgrastim and infliximab, are still trailing behind. Some biosimilar companies are becoming more savvy, developing new ways to make a bigger statement in the market. We sat down with Kirollos Hanna, PharmD, the manager of Oncology Pharmacy at the University of Minnesota Medical Center, an associate editor for the Journal of the Advanced Practitioner in Oncology, and an assistant professor at the Mayo Clinic School of Medicine, to discuss what tactics biosimilar companies are using to better compete alongside originator manufacturers.
On this episode of the Riton Podcast, Brady Speth sits down with veteran, business leader and political candidate Eli Crane. Dive into who Eli is and why he believes he needs to run for this country.https://www.facebook.com/EliCraneAZ/https://eliforarizona.comBe The Riton RevolutionThe Riton Podcast is produced on Location at Riton Studios in Southern Arizona. For ideas on topics and future guests email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgHost: Brady SpethProducer: Chris KlokCo Producer: Emily Phillippi
082 Stepping Up Subscribe to the Women In STEM Career & Confidence Podcast on your favourite platform and stay tuned. Resources: Join hundreds of Scientists and Professional Women in Breakthrough Unleashed on Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/breakthroughunleashed/ Visit my Website: https://hannahnikeroberts.com/ Connect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hannahrobertscoaching/ Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/HannahNikeR Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drhannahroberts Connect with me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drhannahroberts/ Download Your FREE Guide: https://drhannahroberts.lpages.co/high-achievers-anxiety
Tip of the Tongue is a podcast on the Nitty Grits Network of the National Food & Beverage Foundation (NatFAB). The podcast host, Liz Williams, is the Founder of NatFAB and the Southern Food & Beverage Museum. In each episode Liz has a far-reaching 30 minute conversation with a food expert, practitioner, chef, home cook, author, farmer, manufacturer, artist, or almost anyonewho can elucidate some aspect of culinary culture. And the intersection of food and drink with culture provides possibilities that reflect the endless ways that food touches every aspect of our lives. We are all joined together by our need to eat. And Tip of the Tongue explores our common humanity whether by examining the past, aesthetics, economics, issues of race and gender, waste, hunger, war, and so much more. And by recording and disseminating these expansive conversations she is creating a document that reflects and embraces the culture of food during our time.
Greetings listeners and welcome to wind down Wednesday. Where we discuss the convivial things in the technology sector. Today's Topic is the best budget options for keyboards and mice. Hope you enjoy and have a great Technically Unbothered Day! Greetings listeners and welcome to wind down Wednesday. Where we discuss the convivial things in the technology sector. . Be part of the Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/TechnicallyUnbotheredThePodcast . . Share. Like. Subscribe. Review. Download. https://anchor.fm/joshua-nathan . . Find us on The CrossPods https://www.thecrosspods.com/games-hobb . . Catch me streaming almost every day! twitch.tv/22enigma7 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp5E3B51Qt0IxNt8DKZexhA?view_as=subscriber
I feel the time is right to close this season of Stepping Up after 6 months and 32 episodes. Thank you to all my listeners and guests. I will be starting a new podcast in January 2022 so hope you will join me again then. If you wish to contact me, please do so via the contact form on lifebydesign.uk or Instagram @suereid1905
In the last decade, the interest in Diversity & Inclusion has grown significantly at companies and organizations. For the most part D&I has been accepted: It's seen as a positive contributor to employee engagement, employee retention, company culture, and a healthy bottom line. While D&I has become mainstream, not every organization has it figured out. For some, Diversity & Inclusion efforts are simply transactional - a series of workshops or lectures delivered by a vendor. Our guest today says it needs to be transformative in order to make a real difference. In other words, D&I vocabulary and knowledge should be shared among all employees and leaders as a supportive and inclusive culture organically grows. Phil Wagner is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Management Communication at William & Mary School of Business. He teaches communication and D&I to undergraduate and graduate business students in addition to working professionals. He says, while considerable progress has been made in the D&I space, there are still opportunities for professionals, leaders, and organizations to be more effective. Building upon other D&I experts' work, particularly Jennifer Brown's How to be an Inclusive Leader, Aiko Bethea's work on transactional vs. transformational D&I leadership, and Brene Brown's Dare to Lead, this discussion focuses on practical takeaways that leaders can employ to demonstrate their commitment to inclusion. Learn how the Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William and Mary can help you and your organization develop your top talent through customized executive education and professional development programs. Visit us at www.wmleadership.com. Thank you for listening.
Stepping Up Your Game |Being Drama Free | Focus on your Client | Kim Scalfani @kimsclafani1 In this episode John and I sat down with Multiple salon owner and Loreal National Artists. Kim Sciafani Her salons are called Color Cafe Hair Studios in Greenwich and Norwalk Connecticut. When we asked her what she's learned in her 30 years in the salon industry she said, “Always be grateful for the good and the bad, that's where the depth and character comes in. Treat people the way you wanna be treated Never stop learning - so the passion stays on fire In this episode we talked about THe benefits or Having Laser Focus attention on your client Stepping Up your game to The secret to a drama free culture Next Monday for Part 2 of this Accountability vs Personal responsibility and how these things show up in the salon and in life. Follow Kim on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/kimsclafani1/ https://www.instagram.com/colorcafehairstudio/ Enroll in Salon Business Blueprint - https://www.124goacademy.com Debora Routhe Full Strands Course https://fullstrands.teachable.com/?affcode=930134_yaae7kaj - Use the Code SHOPTALK15 for 15% off of your purchase. The American Hair Loss Annual Conference 2021 - https://ahlc.org/annualconference/ Say hi to Chris and John on social: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/124.go/ https://www.instagram.com/chrissulimayhair/ https://www.instagram.com/noindoorvoice/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/124GO/ If you're a hairdresser, salon owner, salon manager or hair beauty professional, please subscribe and give us a Wicked Good Review!! Follow us on Instagram. https://www.instagram.com/124.go/ / Music information: Never Wanna Grow up, by the incredible Katrina Stone. https://artlist.io/song/6748/never-wa… Thank you for stopping by! Chris and John
Delta Air Lines has upped its game in the vaccine pressure campaign. Stopping short of a mandate, Delta has said that unvaccinated employees will have their health insurance premiums increased by $200 a month. They cited the high cost of treating employees who have been hospitalized which averages out to $50,000 per person. Leslie Josephs, airline reporter at CNBC, joins us for more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Our special guest Elton Anderson Jr. believes in one important lesson: Don't chase your dreams. “If you're chasing something, that means it's running from you.” Get the breakdown on how to raise your vibe to let things COME TO YOU instead of chasing after them in this powerful episode. Listen to Elton's Detroit Chopra Podcast: https://anchor.fm/detroitchopra Join The Kingdom Live: https://www.justinmichaelwilliams.com/thekingdom
John Whitaker is the EVP and Chief Human Resources Officer at National Partners In Healthcare and hosts his own podcast called HR Hardball. In this episode, John and Andrea discuss the importance of stepping up to the plate to add value in a room of decision makers and speaking up when you feel your organization might not be heading in the best direction. They also touch on navigating these situations when the work environment might not feel safe to do so. Quick Links: Connect with John: https://www.linkedin.com/in/whitakerhrhardball/ Learn more about National Partners in Healthcare: https://nphllc.com/ Listen to HR Hardball: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hr-hardball/id1533600133 Connect with Andrea: https://www.linkedin.com/in/abutcher0201 Learn more about HRD Advisory Group: http://hrdadvisorygroup.com
Jeff Burningham is an entrepreneur, founder & chairman of Peak Ventures and Peak Capital Partners, an apartment investment and venture capital firm. He holds an MBA from Brigham Young University, where he started his first tech company, is an active philanthropist, and ran for governor of Utah as an "innovative outsider" in 2020. He also has a podcast called Extraordinary Us. Jeff was called as a young bishop at age 27. He and his wife Sally live in Provo, Utah. Highlights 3:05 – Introduction: recently ran for Governor of Utah; background is entrepreneurship, started several Utah companies, funded many startup companies. Run for Governor was an “interesting ride”. Came to the race as a newcomer with no background in politics. He remembers Elder Ballard's talk about “good men should stand up” and felt compelled that they should do it. Discusses first debate in St. George. 7:30 – Advice for anyone who might be interested in public service. If no one will step up who isn't a seasoned politician, what is the point? Friends supported, but also some friends were “not there” and not supportive at all. Be willing to step out and step up. Be proactive, not reactive. 11:50 – Utah is in a massive growth, economy is so strong. He tried to bring fresh perspective to political arena, as a businessman. With growth in the area, we need good people to step up to serve and help lead the state. 17:10 – First business cleaning carpets and then first tech company while undergraduate at BYU. Entrepreneurship is an accelerated path to learning. He wanted to keep learning and found that it was the path for him. Fall down and fail, and then get up and learn. We all fail but learn from mistakes. 19:30 – Money is not the “root” of all evil if it is done right and providing jobs for families. 20:10 – Shares story of being called as bishop at 27 in a very unique way. 12:15 – Advice for a new bishop: Remember the burdens are not yours; direct members to the Savior. You can be a “repentance coach”, turning them to the Savior to pray and helping to change their hearts and allowing the atonement to work. It is all about the youth, focus on the youth. Have the counselors work with other members so you can focus on the youth. Listen Don't pretend to be an expert on something you are not. Everything good and bad that you can imagine is happening in your ward. Don't pretend to be an expert. Step up and point them to the Savior. Be prayerful for and with members Find your “go to” readings that you can read together, you can share. 31:43 – During time as bishop, he rarely experienced feeling the “wrath” of God even when dealing with abuse, but he felt love and mercy of God and the Savior. It is not about punishment. 37:05 – Leadership is extra-special stewardship, so your thoughts, your prejudices, etc. don't become the recipe for a successful ward. The handbook doesn't cover ministering, love, stewardship, but it covers organization. You are not given a “checklist” for ministering. All leaders and callings are in the same boat; we should not be divided. 41:35 – Atonement is fascinating. Served a mission in Charlotte, North Carolina, and challenged on Bible every day. Had a desire to go to Jerusalem after mission and studied four months there. Had opportunity to study the Atonement in those sacred locations. The Atonement is about healing our hearts, allowing the Savior to make our hearts more like His. We are saved by the grace of God, and we should embrace the word grace more in our culture. 47:05 – “Bootstrap” mentality: just pull yourself up and go for it. Because of this mentality, we can certainly use it in the workplace, but we cannot “bootstrap” ourselves to Heaven. We cannot do it without God. We are not meant to do it alone. 49:45 – Relationships vs. results. We often have expectations from people, ourselves, our God that WE place and when they are not met, we stop praying, treat others poorly,