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As a teenager, Seattle native Billy Price suffered a spinal cord injury and became paralyzed from the chest down, losing the ability to move his fingers. Daily tasks became difficult, but using his creative mind and unyielding spirit, he never gave up. He continued on, facing life's challenges with tenacity and determination. Born out of a need, Billy Footwear was founded on the principle of inclusion and perseverance. Along with co-founder Darin Donaldson, Billy strives to add value to the lives of others and make a measurable difference in the world, one foot at a time. Check him out at BillyFootwear.com
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Another 12 papers published in March of 2022 awaits you. This episode is all about treatments that target neuroprotection to treat AD. The papers model it by inducing cytotoxicity in the brain, either with molecules like amyloid beta or genetic mutations. Anusha is excited to guide you through promising treatment options, are you excited too? Sections in this episode: Stem Cell-Based Therapy (3.01) Testing compounds in A-Beta AD Models (4.52) Testing compounds in APP/PS1 AD Model (14.49) Test compounds in other AD Models (17.15) -------------------------------------------------------------- To find the numbered bibliography with all the papers covered in this episode, click here, or use the link below:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pR7hm9k1OeVeDg0FkyGoVxZUruOrXVHt/view?usp=sharingTo access the folder with ALL our bibliographies, follow this link (it will be updated as we publish episodes and process bibliographies), or use the link below:https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1bzSzkY9ZHzzY8Xhzt0HZfZhRG1Gq_Si-?usp=sharingYou can also find all of our bibliographies on our website: www.amindr.com. --------------------------------------------------------------Follow-up on social media for more updates!Twitter: @AMiNDR_podcastInstagram: @AMiNDR.podcastFacebook: AMiNDR Youtube: AMiNDR PodcastLinkedIn: AMiNDR PodcastEmail: email@example.com -------------------------------------------------------------- Please help us spread the word about AMiNDR to your friends, colleagues, and networks! And if you could leave us a rating and/or review on your streaming app of choice (Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to the podcast), that would be greatly appreciated! It helps us a lot and we thank you in advance for leaving a review! Don't forget to subscribe to hear about new episodes as they come out too. Thank you to our sponsor, the Canadian Consortium of Neurodegeneration in Aging, or CCNA, for their financial support of this podcast. This helps us to stay on the air and bring you high quality episodes. You can find out more about the CCNA on their website: https://ccna-ccnv.ca/. Our team of volunteers works tirelessly each month to bring you every episode of AMiNDR. This episode was scripted, hosted and edited by Anusha Kamesh, and reviewed by Kira Tosefsky and Ellen Koch. The bibliography was made by Anjana Rajendran and the wordcloud was created by Lara Onbasi (www.wordart.com). Big thanks to the sorting team for taking on the enormous task of sorting all of the Alzheimer's Disease papers into episodes each month. For March 2022, the sorters were Sarah Louadi, Christy Yu, Ben Cornish, Eden Dubchak, Vrishali Salian, Kira Tosefsky, Elyn Rowe, Naila Kuhlmann and Ellen Koch. Also, props to our management team, which includes Sarah Louadi, Ellen Koch, Naila Kuhlmann, Elyn Rowe, Anusha Kamesh, and Lara Onbasi for keeping everything running smoothly.Our music is from "Journey of a Neurotransmitter" by musician and fellow neuroscientist Anusha Kamesh; you can find the original piece and her other music on soundcloud under Anusha Kamesh or on her YouTube channel, AKMusic. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMH7chrAdtCUZuGia16FR4w -------------------------------------------------------------- If you are interested in joining the team, send us your CV by email. We are specifically looking for help with sorting abstracts by topic, abstract summaries and hosting, audio editing, creating bibliographies, and outreach/marketing. However, if you are interested in helping in other ways, don't hesitate to apply anyways. --------------------------------------------------------------*About AMiNDR: * Learn more about this project and the team behind it by listening to our first episode: "Welcome to AMiNDR!"
When it comes to Baseball & Football, these student-athletes can tell you a few things. Sam & Hunter sit down with us to talk a little about their sports, lessons learned, embarrassing moments along the way, and what's to come in their near and distant futures. Plus, we get an update from FCA on some upcoming events you can get involved with. And, we reminisce a little about video games of the past. Hang out with us for a while, here on the podcast. And if you like what you hear, please subscribe & share it with a friend. Thanks! See you soon.
In this episode I talk to Charlotte Dunford, who is the Managing Partner of Johns Creek Capital – an investment managing company that focuses on mobile home park investments, with a total investor subscription amount over $4.2M. Numbers wise, they currently have 20 park investments, and Charlotte herself has also created over $500k in asset value in the past 12 months. Charlotte really comes from humble beginnings and is a first-generation American citizen and college graduate after leaving China with just her belongings at age 16. Listen to her story and hear how she got to where she is today, and how you can too!
David's word for 2022 is Opportunity. While he selected this word last December, he has struggled to leverage his word for real success. This week, David lived out one of his favorite statements and, with Marisa's help, discusses what he learned from a recent podcast, Nine Essentials of Opportunity. The student was ready. Are you? Marisa is Chief Digital Officer at MACNY. David is Chief Leadership Officer at MACNY and an Executive Director with the Maxwell Leadership.
In this week's episode of Beyond the Wrench, we are joined by Aaron Picozzi, President, American Diesel Training Centers. Aaron provides us with great insight on what qualities make a great performer. Aaron talks about how to find quality people, what it takes to be a successful mentor, and how to be a coach. Resources:Learn more about WrenchWay School ConnectDownload the free WrenchWay app in the App Store or on Google Play:App Store: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/id1534587616Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wrenchway.insidersAbout Our Host:Jay GoninenCo-Founder & President, WrenchWayjayg@wrenchway.com | 608.716.2122About Our Guest: Aaron PicozziPresident, American Diesel Training Centersapicozzi@americandieseltraining.com Sponsor:Diesel Laptops is your shop efficiency solution company. They do this through diagnostic tools, diesel technician training, repair information, parts lookup tools, and a call center staff with diesel technicians. Diesel Laptops is committed to working with you to find the right solution for your company that fits your needs and budget.
The student orchestra will be playing two 19th century pieces in the Barrus Concert Hall this Thursday at 7:30p.m. Admission is $3 for students and $6 for the general public. Event attire is required.
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ADDRESSING THE RISE OF CHALLENGING STUDENT BEHAVIORS We welcome wonderful new guests from a company devoted to school safety initiatives Navigate 360. They are Melissa Ragan , Chief Learning Officer and Advisory Board Member Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso Visit ace-ed.org, SELtoday.org and teacher-retention.com to see all our work PLUS We're excited to be working on the inaugural Excellence in Equity Awards, which will help us spotlight and celebrate high-impact work across K-12 education.Head to ace-ed.org/awards to find all the information and nominate before June 30! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Have you planned out a college plan for your child?This episode is still part of investing since, as a parent, you need to take into consideration your kid's future even while being a real estate investor.Let your child, the future college student, do the best they can that interests them as a student and not be overstressed.For the parents, no need to rely on 529!There are other ways to build up college funds for your kids.Check out the free infinite banking e-course at https://simplepassivecashflow.com/bankingand start preparing for your kids' future.4:55 Background | Introduction7:01 Goal of College Counseling12:09 Factors Affecting the Choice of School19:50 Strategies Student Needs to Work On23:26 Process: Understanding How to Get Into a Good College or University29:14 Student's Contribution in the Counseling Process34:10 Limitation of In- Demand Job in the Future36:43 Ultimate Advice to Parents & Students See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Have you planned out a college plan for your child? This episode is still part of investing since, as a parent, you need to take into consideration your kid's future even while being a real estate investor. Let your child, the future college student, do the best they can that interests them as a student and not be overstressed. For the parents, no need to rely on 529! There are other ways to build up college funds for your kids. Check out the free infinite banking e-course at https://simplepassivecashflow.com/banking and start preparing for your kids' future. 4:55 Background | Introduction 7:01 Goal of College Counseling 12:09 Factors Affecting the Choice of School 19:50 Strategies Student Needs to Work On 23:26 Process: Understanding How to Get Into a Good College or University 29:14 Student's Contribution in the Counseling Process 34:10 Limitation of In- Demand Job in the Future 36:43 Ultimate Advice to Parents & Students
Casey Franchini is a real estate investor, rental property coach for newbies, wife, and mom to 3 small kids. She makes a full-time passive income from rental properties without full-time investing and teaches others how to do the same. In this episode, Casey shares how you don't need to have hundreds of properties to earn a full-time income. She talks about what she believes and does regarding her multifamily rental properties, making and netting a good amount of cash flows every month. Checkout: Raising Capital Without Rejection Full-Day Workshop (Online): https://investorattractionworkshop.com/ What you'll learn from today's episode: Find out the number of properties that will give you the financial independence that you want Discover a real estate philosophy and strategy that will give you a full-time income even when you're just a passive investor Hear about her techniques when buying rental properties that give her a good amount of cash flow now and in the future Resources: Website: https://www.brickbybrickwealth.com/ Topics Covered: 01:06 - How those fun times seeing open houses led to real estate investing 02:21 - Finding her niche with flippers 02:52 - Uncovering a gold mine in rental properties when moving to Tennessee 04:13 - Sharing her philosophy and real estate strategy 06:38 - What she teaches and preaches about multifamily properties she invests in 07:25 - Not adding on but finding added value potential to the properties 10:22 - Her thoughts on the financial independence number 11:27 - Number of properties you need to gain a full-time income 12:30 - Goal in terms of when to buy properties 14:31 - Keeping specific percentages to equity and refinance on her properties 15:15 - Student success stories 16:25 - What does she think of hiring property managers? 17:56 - Setting up your team: the essential people you need to have and the red flags to watch out for Key Takeaways: "My strategy is to buy properties with your hard-earned money. Put your 20% down and buy in a very appreciating area with good cash flow now and good cash flow growth potential for the future and just let them be cash cows." - Casey Franchini "I like to buy properties that once I do the hard work of buying them, fixing them up with quality repairs, materials, and putting a tenant in place. That's it; I'm done, and the property will appreciate, increasing my net worth, while I sleep." - Casey Franchini "People don't realize that you only need a handful of properties to make a full-time income." - Casey Franchini "A couple of skills to learn, you need to learn one, you just need to learn how to do it one time. You're not constantly relearning things all the time. And then you can go out and do it over and over again." - Casey Franchini "Find an investor-friendly agent that works in the area you're looking in because you can need those potential off-market or pocket listings and the help with rental comps and things like that." - Casey Franchini Connect with Casey Franchini: Website: https://www.brickbybrickwealth.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brickbybrickwealth/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/brickbybrwealth YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/brickbybrickwealth Connect with Dave Dubeau: Podcast: http://www.propertyprofitspodcast.com/ Website: https://davedubeau.com/home Investor Attraction Workshop: http://www.investorattractionworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thedavedubeau LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/davedubeau
During this podcast, we will be talking with Tina Claypool. We will discuss her involvement with Kentucky Society of Health-System Pharmacists (KSHP) Women in Pharmacy Committee and the integration of students with state affiliates. This relationship is beneficial by encouraging professional growth, mentorship, and furthering the provision of pharmacy care. The audience will gain insight on inclusion and how to involve themselves with state affiliates. The information presented during the podcast reflects solely the opinions of the presenter. The information and materials are not, and are not intended as, a comprehensive source of drug information on this topic. The contents of the podcast have not been reviewed by ASHP, and should neither be interpreted as the official policies of ASHP, nor an endorsement of any product(s), nor should they be considered as a substitute for the professional judgment of the pharmacist or physician.
Pa. Chorus Teacher Arrested After Husband Allegedly Finds Evidence on iPad of Sexual Contact with Student 'Pharma Bro' Martin Shkreli Released Early from Prison, Will Go to Halfway House 'Mood changed on rafting trip' - Maid of honor testifies before groom in sexual assault trial If you like Dark Side Of - Be sure to search and subscribe to "Dark Side Of" wherever you download podcasts! Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dark-side-of-wikipedia-true-crime-dark-history/id1504280230?uo=4 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/0GYshi6nJCf3O0aKEBTOPs Stitcher http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/real-ghost-stories-online-2/dark-side-of-wikipedia-true-crime-disturbing-stories iHeart https://www.iheart.com/podcast/270-Dark-Side-of-Wikipedia-Tru-60800715 Amazon https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/565dc51b-d214-4fab-b38b-ae7c723cb79a/Dark-Side-of-Wikipedia-True-Crime-Dark-History Google Podcasts https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hdWRpb2Jvb20uY29tL2NoYW5uZWxzLzUwMDEyNjAucnNz Or Search "Dark Side Of" for the best in True Crime ANYWHERE you get podcasts! Support the show at http://www.darksidepod.com
What are the things you do INSTEAD of taking the action tied to your Red Light Story? We're all guilty of avoiding the difficult and tough actions in our business. We often do the easier tasks because in the moment they provide a temporary sense of relief. While it may seem easier in the moment, it's keeping you from your Growth Oriented Actions, which are necessary for our business. In this episode, I discuss Patterns of Avoidance and how you can conquer it to transform your business. Episode Quotes "Growth lies in the action and execution." "Engaging in patterns of avoidance is a short term pleasure for long term pain." "True confidence is having the ability to feel any feeling, without having it define your sense of who you really are." "The fastest way to FREEDOM is to learn how to feel your feelings." Listen to Learn 01:25 - Review of the Week, Student of the Week 03:09 - Creating boundaries and honoring priorities 04:47 - The Manage Your Mind framework 06:14 - Red light stories and patterns of avoidance 12:44 - Personal stories and conquering patterns of avoidance Subscribe to my YouTube Channel!
Can you imagine being free of an unhealthy habit, thought or behavior in just one session? Well, it really can be that quick with RTT Hypnotherapy. Discover what is possible when you tap into the incredible Superpower of Your Subconscious Mind. On this week's show I sit down with hypnotherapist, Dechen Farrow of Harmonic Perfection to talk about what hypnotherapy is, what a session is like and how to activate your supernature, eradicate your limiting beliefs, detoxify your nervous system and empower yourself to unleash the genius you are. I had the opportunity to experience her powerful technique and I am pleased to share my first hand experience. In my 2 hour session, with her expert guidance I was able to uncovering the root of a couple blocks I had been experiencing. It was mind blowing to see how everything that I thought were separate issues with my health and also personal challenges were actually tied together from a moment in my past as a small child. It was such a healing and liberating experience. Not to mention, Dechen is delightful to work with. I felt incredible safe and cared for. She also can help with things like quitting smoking, migraines, eating issues, attracting love, increasing your professional success and of course so many health issues. So What exactly is her technique? well, Harmonic Perfection is a Revolutionary and Accelerated System combining State of the Art Tools and Methods including: RTT®️ Rapid Transformational Hypnotherapy®️ Mindset Coaching Human Design Blueprint Analysis GeneKeys Hologenetic profile Orientation Sessions Sophia Circle Journey's™️ I hope you enjoyed the show, and if you did please share the love with your friends and write me a review. Also, check out my other episodes with some engaging guests discussing Energy healing, Chakras, The Law of attraction, SelfLove, CBD, mushrooms, manifesting, Tantra and more. Who is Dechen Farrow: Dechen is a highly trained 20+ years Clinical Nutritionist, Certified Rapid Transformational RTT®️ Therapist Mindset and Life Coach. She is a level 3 Quantum Human Design Analyst, Student of Tibetan Vajrayana Buddhism and a Certified Sophia Circle Leader. She also has 30 years experience as a nutritionist and lives in Austin, Texas. A Note From my guest: "Everything you need is already inside of you! Learn how to resource your own innate healing superpowers. If you feel ready to Step fully into your Authentic Self, Manifest the Life of your Dreams, and Activate your SuperNature, you can learn more at http://www.harmonicperfection.com/ (www.harmonicperfection.com)Or reach out to Dechen at email@example.com Upcoming Events Michelle's October Bali Retreat date TBD, please email me to be in the list for more info. Coming to Turkey, Washington, DC or San Antonio Texas and want to be part of my live show or studio audience? Shoot me a message or send me a pitch. Michelle@MichelleSchoenfeld.com You are worthy, you are enough, and you were born to be happy. ~ namaste In addition to being a wellness expert and spiritual teacher, I also cover: best tips on, meditation, happiness, sound bath, healing crystals, how to manifest, best new podcast, abundance, best retreat, holistic, CBD, how to find self love, love, reiki, astrology, acupuncture, Ayurvedic, yoga, CBD health benefits, The Law of attraction, vegan, how to balance your chakras, spiritual awakening, spirit guides, what is a Lightworker, Starseed, Tantra, Tantric sex, kundalini, EFT, Tapping, what is an empath, eastern medicine, wellbeing, best detox, juice cleanse, sound bath, Dosha, and shadow work. Written and Produced by Michelle Schoenfeld Original Score by Bryce Cashman Sound Engineer and Technical Consultant, Dan Letchinger PROMOs and Discounts: Alcohol Free Wine I SUJA JUICE Try Surely crisp and refreshing alcohol-free wine, made from...
In Tauranga, bus drivers and patrons are being terrorised by passengers brandishing tasers and knives and hurling racial abuse. And the shocking reality is that the perpetrators are young teens, under 14 years of age. Now the regional council has cracked down on free student fares, in a bid to stop the hoodlums wreaking havoc anytime they please. Bay of Plenty reporter Leah Tebbutt has more.
When it comes to living in retirement, many Americans are at risk of not having enough savings to maintain their standards. That's why in 2019, The SECURE Act was passed, to address retirement savings plans and provide assistance to employees and employers as they save for their future. Now, 3 years later, the SECURE Act 2.0 has passed in the House, and will soon face a vote in the Senate. Hear from Congresswoman Judy Chu, as she talks with host Gene Marks about the retirement crisis, this latest act, planning for a secure retirement, and what it all means for business owners and their employees. Topics include: 01:34 – The retirement crisis 02:16 – The SECURE Act of 2019 02:43 – The SECURE Act 2.0 03:08 – Opt-in vs. opt-out programs 06:18 – Increasing the catch-up contribution limits 06:56 – Reimbursement for small businesses 08:27 – Increases the age of distribution 09:49 – Retirement savings lost and found 11:43 – How SECURE Act 2.0 is looking out for domestic abuse survivors 12:46 – Military spouse provision 13:35 – Student provision 14:38 – Low-income and the savers credit Learn more about the SECURE Act 2.0 at www.paychex.com/articles/compliance/secure-act-changes. Hear more from Gene Marks about the SECURE Act 2.0 here. Find out what you need to know about state-facilitated retirement programs at https://www.paychex.com/articles/employee-benefits/8-states-state-sponsored-ira. DISCLAIMER: The information presented in this podcast, and that is further provided by the presenter, should not be considered legal or accounting advice, and should not substitute for legal, accounting, or other professional advice in which the facts and circumstances may warrant. We encourage you to consult legal counsel as it pertains to your own unique situation(s) and/or with any specific legal questions you may have.
Ease in to our March 2022 series with 8 papers published on the subject of synaptic transmission in Alzheimer's Disease. Anusha will highlight changes to connectivity and ones caused by APP and Tau proteins so check out this episode to bridge the communication gap in your brain too! Sections in this episode: Synaptic Connectivity Changes (1.44) APP/Tau contribution to Synaptic Dysfunction (7.47) -------------------------------------------------------------- To find the numbered bibliography with all the papers covered in this episode, click here, or use the link below:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1K1X2_alDRJ9J_iGoej03Z7LY3UhkaMVp/viewTo access the folder with ALL our bibliographies, follow this link (it will be updated as we publish episodes and process bibliographies), or use the link below:https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1bzSzkY9ZHzzY8Xhzt0HZfZhRG1Gq_Si-?usp=sharingYou can also find all of our bibliographies on our website: www.amindr.com. --------------------------------------------------------------Follow-up on social media for more updates!Twitter: @AMiNDR_podcastInstagram: @AMiNDR.podcastFacebook: AMiNDR Youtube: AMiNDR PodcastLinkedIn: AMiNDR PodcastEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org -------------------------------------------------------------- Please help us spread the word about AMiNDR to your friends, colleagues, and networks! And if you could leave us a rating and/or review on your streaming app of choice (Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to the podcast), that would be greatly appreciated! It helps us a lot and we thank you in advance for leaving a review! Don't forget to subscribe to hear about new episodes as they come out too. Thank you to our sponsor, the Canadian Consortium of Neurodegeneration in Aging, or CCNA, for their financial support of this podcast. This helps us to stay on the air and bring you high quality episodes. You can find out more about the CCNA on their website: https://ccna-ccnv.ca/. Our team of volunteers works tirelessly each month to bring you every episode of AMiNDR. This episode was scripted, hosted and edited by Anusha Kamesh, and reviewed by Ellen Koch. The bibliography was made by Anjana Rajendrani and the wordcloud was created by Lara Onbasi (www.wordart.com). Big thanks to the sorting team for taking on the enormous task of sorting all of the Alzheimer's Disease papers into episodes each month. For March 2022, the sorters were Sarah Louadi, Christy Yu, Ben Cornish, Eden Dubchak, Vrishali Salian, Kira Tosefsky, Elyn Rowe, Naila Kuhlmann and Ellen Koch. Also, props to our management team, which includes Sarah Louadi, Ellen Koch, Naila Kuhlmann, Elyn Rowe, Anusha Kamesh, and Lara Onbasi for keeping everything running smoothly.Our music is from "Journey of a Neurotransmitter" by musician and fellow neuroscientist Anusha Kamesh; you can find the original piece and her other music on soundcloud under Anusha Kamesh or on her YouTube channel, AKMusic. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMH7chrAdtCUZuGia16FR4w -------------------------------------------------------------- If you are interested in joining the team, send us your CV by email. We are specifically looking for help with sorting abstracts by topic, abstract summaries and hosting, audio editing, creating bibliographies, and outreach/marketing. However, if you are interested in helping in other ways, don't hesitate to apply anyways. --------------------------------------------------------------*About AMiNDR: * Learn more about this project and the team behind it by listening to our first episode: "Welcome to AMiNDR!"
In this week’s podcast, I interviewed Jerry Kolber, a Showrunner and podcast creator. We talked about creativity, curiosity, and what it would mean to re-imagine learning in schools. Listen to the Podcast If you enjoy this blog but you'd like to listen to it on... The post Showrunner Jerry Kolber on the Power of Creativity and Curiosity to Deepen Learning appeared first on John Spencer.
Christina shares her stories of growing up in a multi-cultural food home and what she learned and was inspired by before working in TV with Martha Stewart and other food lifestyle titans. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (00:01): I think you're gonna love listening in to this conversation I had with Christina Deyo. She was my guest on this next episode of More Than A Mile. Christina is an Emmy award-winning producer of cooking shows and segments for Martha Stewart, Rosie O'Donnell, Emerald Lagasse and more. She now runs Cook n Craft Academy near Knoxville. And this is a great opportunity for me and you to learn from her amazing food experiences and about her love of supporting local food. Enjoy listening in to the conversation. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (00:31): Welcome to More Than A Mile, a local food podcast from Market Wagon, focused on connecting you to local food through farmer stories from across America. I'm Nick Carter, your host, a farmer and CEO and co-founder of Market Wagon. We are your online farmers market with a mission to enable food producers to thrive in their local and regional markets. Food is so much more than just nutrients and calories. It's actually the fabric that holds us together. And I look forward to crafting a generational quilt of farmer stories and experiences, the victories and challenges of individuals, families, and teams doing their part to help democratize food in America. Thanks for joining me for this episode of More Than A Mile, and thank you for buying local food. It's one critical step in making an investment in food for future generations. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (01:21): My guest today is Christina Deyo and I'm excited to talk about her business Cook n Craft Academy down near Knoxville. And guess some stories sounds like we're gonna get a lot of good stories of about the background that led up to this. So I'm looking forward to this welcome, Christina. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (01:40): Well, hello, Nick. Thank you so much for having me. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (01:43): You're an Emmy award winner--eight time. You teach kids and adults how to cook but now we can also buy your food on Market Wagon. So there's a lot of ground to cover and I'm gonna start all the way from the beginning though. You're--can you tell me a little bit more about your family background? Where did your cooking come from? Is that is that from history? Family? Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (02:07): Yes. Mom and dad both cook. So my dad is Italian and he learned cooking from his mom. And so every Sunday I would be sitting with my dad watching him make homemade pasta, homemade sauce, meatballs you name it. It's great. I always say like, I've had the best of all worlds because yeah, you know, I've got the great delicious Italian food and then my mom is Slovak. So I've got the stuffed cabbage, the pierogi and the thing I love about you know, their recipes and how they've taught them to me is I feel like it has kind of linked me to relatives in the past that I've never even met. You know, it's a generational thing. It's a link to our history is, you know, those recipes just as like, what's your favorite dish that you had growing up? Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (03:05): Me? Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (03:06): Yes. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (03:06): Something called hamburger rice casserole, which I've learned as an adult--it's one of those Campbell's soup can dump recipe, things that was basically made up and invented by the Campbell Soup Company in the fifties to try and sell their stuff. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (03:22): Wow, and sometimes those are the best ones, right? Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (03:24): Oh, it's just loaded with fat and sodium and it's just fantastic. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (03:29): There you go! Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (03:29): There's a lot of people that grew up in, you know, Midwest America, that those seem like the good old family recipes, like green bean casserole, a classic one. And they're inventions of our industrial food, you know, they don't have, they're not really rooted in the history like what you're talking about--coming across from the old world. Traditions passed down from generation to generation. So... Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (03:54): But now that recipe that you love and you maybe make now for dinner, I'm sure it's something your children will love or do love and you know, years from now, when they have maybe kids of their own, they're going to make it and share it with their kids and so on and so on. Yeah. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (04:13): Yeah. For all levels allow them to, sure. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (04:16): Yeah. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (04:17): So I I'd have to ask my mom where she even got that recipe. I should do that. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (04:20): Yes, definitely. Especially, you know, we, we celebrate moms this month. I say celebrate them all all month long. But you know, it's interesting. I remember seeing a coffee table book that came out, I guess it was years ago and it's called "My Last Supper," and they got together 50 chefs and they asked them if you had one last meal, what would it be? And almost all of them referred to something in their childhood that mom made. Some delicious dish that mom made. And that's, that's what I take from, you know, my parents, I I'm so grateful for all the great recipes, even recipes that maybe gave me an idea. And then I made it my own and I added this. Yeah. Or that, and, and twisted it around a little bit. I mean, that's the beauty of cooking. And I always encourage, even in our classes or people I just meet on the street--take a recipe, make it your own, add your favorite ingredients. If it's a cheese recipe and you don't like cheddar, add a smoked gouda instead, whatever you like, make it your own. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (05:26): But that's a level of creative exploration that I think a lot of people are terrified to do. Do you think that you learned that--I know that this is an Italian cooking. I don't know much about Slovak cooking, but in Italian, you, there is a there's--you're not measuring out the garlic. Right. You're smelling the sauce and you're sprinkling it in. You are working without the constraints of it is one and one eighth tablespoon of garlic clove, right? How do you think people who maybe didn't grow up watching their father cook Italian--from scratch every Sunday in the kitchen, how do they gain that freedom to experiment? Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (06:06): Well, I think it comes with the confidence of cooking all the time or cooking on a regular basis. The more you cook, the more you feel a little bit more confident. I know my sister--now we're in the same family, my sister and I--but she was a little bit more book smart and you know, she's a neonatologist today, so I guess it paid off, but she does not cook. Now we have the same dad teaching us Italian and the same mom teaching us Slovak. But, you know, she doesn't cook because she just doesn't have the time for it. But I'm always telling her, you know, it's as simple as you could take a roast chicken, add a little salt and pepper and roast it slowly, and it's delicious. And it's not, you know, this involved recipe with sauces and things like that starts slow if you have to. But the one key thing which I love that Market Wagon stands for is really taking ingredients that are local to you, especially that are seasonal to you. And when you can buy organic, I mean it, you know. I worked for Martha Stewart for many years and I worked in her kitchen which she had a chef on her show every single day. And the one common denominator that they all really promoted was just cooking with seasonal ingredients. You know, buy what's in season, buy fresh. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (07:30): Because that constraint actually forces you to be creative. Right? If it's the winter time and all you can get is butternut squash, you have to figure out how to make butternut squash delicious. As opposed to just buying in-- the stuff that you can get from overseas, that is no longer seasonable. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (07:45): Absolutely. And you know, if you, if you are, can attend a local farmer's market or, you know, you can, you're lucky to buy on Market Wagon. You can buy now. And there's many things you can freeze for the winter, you know, or the months that are, they're not going to be in season take advantage of that. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (08:03): So you asked me--you put me on the spot--and I told you about our deliciously awful hamburger rice casserole, which I'm happy to share with the rest of you. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (08:09): It sounds delicious. It really does. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (08:11): It really is. It's so good. there's not an ounce of nutritional value in it at all. What's your, what, what about you? What about your favorite, Christina? You, is there something that you watched dad make or mom making what's yours? Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (08:25): You know, it's funny because when that book came out about your last supper, I thought, 'what would my last supper be?' And without a doubt, my mom's stuffed cabbage. It is just, I love it. And it's like, I have six kids and two of my children say that that is their all time favorite dish. And it's not even so much the like, you know, the deliciousness of it, the stuffed, you know, ground beef in the cabbage. I think when I eat it, it brings me back to my childhood and I can remember sitting at the table rolling cabbage leaves with my mom and her telling me about stories from her childhood. Oh my girlfriend and I did this, we ran into the neighbors, farmers backyard and we stole a carrot and ate it, was so good. And you know, just hearing those stories, it, there's just, it's so much nostalgia with it and I think that's what makes the food even that much better. But yeah, stuff cabbage is really my favorite. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (09:21): Wow. All right. Well, we're gonna have to both share those recipes. I think the same is true for me. I, the hamburger rice casserole, granted it is loaded with salt and fat, which are two things that our bodies just naturally crave. But also I remember whenever I'm eating it, I can remember sitting in the back of the minivan on the side of the road at a--we would take dinner to dad in the fields during spring and fall and planting and harvest. He didn't have, I mean, that's just what it was like. You had to bring the food to them. And so having dad covered in, in you know, corn shaft coming over and sitting down in the car and eating dinner with us, kids in the car because we drove to the fields where he was and this casserole was really easy to transport. I have those memories as well. So you learned how to cook then you went into showbiz, right? Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (10:14): I did. You know, I always loved cooking, but when I was a young kid, I knew I really wanted to work in TV. I didn't know to what aspect, but I knew I wanted to work in television. And so went to college, studied communication. And I remember my college professor day one my first class, it was a lecture hall. There were 300 students in the classroom. And the professor said out of all of you students, this, the world of communication is so competitive that only three of you in this classroom right now will land your dream job. And I look around the room and I see 300 people and I thought, oh my gosh, I need to be one of those three. How do I do it? So after class, I went up to the professor and I said, excuse me, I wanna be one of those three. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (11:06): How do I do it? And he said to me, he goes, well, first of all, you've taken the initiative to really want to pursue it and have the passion. And that's the key is to have a passion that this is what I wanna do. This is what I believe in. He said, the second thing is, he said, you really need to believe that you should take your dream job. And if you have to work for free and not get it paid at all, take it. And so he said, start with an internship. So I did, I started with an internship at a local TV station. I loved it. They recommended you do it three days a week. I said, I'm gonna do it five days a week. and right after when I finished my internship, they offered me a job. Now I was a junior in college. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (11:49): I still had a year left. And when they offered the job to me, I was super excited, but I did what probably any college student would do. I said to the boss, I said, let me go ask mom and dad if I should take this job. And I discussed it with my parents and my parents were like, you cannot take this job. You have to get your degree. You have to finish. And I said but timing is everything. And I may lose this opportunity. And my parents said, get that college degree. You know, reluctantly, I went back and I said, I'm sorry, I can't get this job. But in a year from now, I'm graduating. So I hope that it's available. And you know, and they repeated, well, timing is everything. And so a year later I graduated and I went knocking on the door and sure enough, there was no job for me. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (12:38): And so I called every single day, I was persistent. I remembered the college professor saying, be persistent. And I knocked and knocked and everyday called. And one day, I guess I bugged them too many times. They said, you know what? We do have a job. They said, it's only a two week window. Somebody's going on vacation and we're gonna have you fill in. And I took that time and I ran with it and I filled in. And while I was there, a job opening opened up and it was actually for a secretary position. And I kind of wondered, well, you know, I went to college, I, I waited a year for that degree. Do I really wanna take a secretary position? And this girl who I considered my mentor said, get your foot in the door, take it. And so I took it. And the first week on the job, I messed up everything you could mess up. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (13:32): I mean, I the guy, like he ordered a Turkey sandwich, a ham sandwich was delivered, Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (13:38): Wait, wait, wait, you messed up food? You're not supposed to do that. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (13:43): I know I, well, I wasn't cooking, but I ordered him. I ordered him a sandwich and the wrong sandwich came. I sent something FedEx. It was supposed to be overnight. It came two day delivery well, anyway, at the end of the week, he called me in his office and I knew it was coming. You're fired. I knew it. I was waiting for it. I'm like, how do I fight the tears? So they don't fall, like, you know, kind of put on your big girl pants and be brave. And he called me in and he said, you know, Christina he said, I have to make some changes. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (14:16): And I thought, oh, well, yeah, I know here it comes. And at the time he had produced a show called the Morton Downey Jr. Show, which, you know, was kind of this conservative loud mouth radio host who kind of switched to TV. And he was producing the show and he said, you know, nobody on that show gets it. I've gotta let them all go. And I was like, okay, well, I thinking, how does that affect me? And he said, I wanna put you on that show. I think you could do really, really well. I'm gonna move you to that position. And I went and I worked there and based on my intern training, I really did very well. And from there, I like to say the rest is history. I did well, I got moved up to producer and just kind of continued my way in TV and loved it and loved working there. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (15:06): And still had that love of food and a love of crafts with me. And so kind of went to some other TV shows like the Rosie O'Donnell show, Martha Stewart and kind of always lent myself to producing food segments or craft segments when I could just because I had that connection to it. And so that's how, like, the food just always stayed with me, even though I had this TV career. And so you know, it's, it's a detailed job when you're producing food, you've gotta plan those swap outs and you've gotta plan you know, each detail very specifically. And I use that same training philosophy when I teach at my academy. You know, sometimes when I'm teaching the students don't wanna wait four hours until the stew is finally done. So I gotta swap out for that. So I kind of lend my TV background to my academy, which has worked out well for me. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (16:07): So let's talk about that and then transition from being a producer to starting your own small business. What was the most surprising thing? Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (16:18): Okay. The most surprising thing without a doubt is I am not a businesswoman. I am creative. I am a great cook at least in my own mind, I think so. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (16:29): I'm sure you are right. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (16:29): My kids they say they are, but business wise, I am absolutely the worst. I don't have any business sense whatsoever. I actually made some scones for a local coffee shop and they said they would carry them. My pricing was so off it--the spreadsheet said you could buy a hundred cookies for a dollar, or you could buy 200 cookies for I think the same dollar. Like I thought I was doing a deal, but I was like hurting myself. I just, like, I was not good. I was like, I need a business manager. And thankfully my husband came in and helped out and helped get me on course. And I've been able to correct my ill ways, but... Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (17:17): So the creative side of the cooking and recipes and exploring that kind of stuff doesn't always lend itself to running the spreadsheets and the numbers in the business. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (17:27): Absolutely. And so for anybody who is thinking of, Hey, you know, I wanna start my own business, I encourage it. I think it's great. But wherever you feel you may have shortcomings or maybe you don't know the shortcomings yet, and you say, you know, I need help with this. Or you see you're lacking in a certain area, reach out and get help, like hire somebody or call in a friend or, or something. So it will definitely benefit you. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (17:53): Where are you--how's the scone business these days? Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (17:57): The scone business is doing really well. And thank you. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (18:01): And you're making money at it. You finally got the prices, right? Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (18:03): I've got my prices, right. We're we are selling them on Market Wagon, which we're excited about. But you know, when I made the scones--I'm not like somebody who's been making scones for 20 years and it's not a family recipe, but... Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (18:16): Yeah, that's not Slovak and that's not Italian. That's baking. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (18:18): Yes. So I had gotten a call from a group cuz we do catering as well. And they asked to do a tea party--and they wanted scones. And so I started baking scones and I couldn't figure out why some were falling flat. Some were holding its shape and looking fine. And I just said, well, you know, I've gotta kind of approach this as a producer and research. What makes good scone what doesn't and you know, one of the keys is frozen butter and the butter's gotta be grated really, really well. So the next time you make your scones, Nick... Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (18:54): Frozen butter? Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (18:55): Frozen butter, just like a pie would. And so, anyway, so I made the scones--everybody, loved them. Well, one night separate my husband and I went out to dinner and we went for after dinner to a walk to a local coffee shop. And he said, let's go in for dessert and get some coffee. And I said, great. And we walked in and my husband said, what do you have for dessert? And the girl said, we've got bagels. And we were like, bagels for dessert? Like, is that a Southern thing? Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (19:25): No. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (19:26): Bagels. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (19:27): That's not a thing. It's not anywhere. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (19:29): No, I was like, we, I mean New York, but that's a breakfast thing. So anyway, so my husband said your scones would do really, really well here. They're great for breakfast. They're great. Anytime he's like, let's email the owner and see if they like them. And I, you know--you sometimes I just--me personally, I never think it's good enough. And I was like, no, no, it's not gonna be good enough. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (19:51): You didn't think your scones were good enough to sell at a coffee shop? Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (19:54): I mean, I thought they were good. Yeah. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (19:55): That was currently selling bagels for dessert? Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (19:58): So anyway, so I, I baked some, so my husband actually emailed the owner and he emailed us back and said, I'd love to try your scones. And so like a week later I go there, I baked three different flavors, my orange, cranberry, chocolate chip, and blueberry. I figure those, everybody likes one of those flavors. And so since I work in TV, I figured I'm a good judge of character. So if you eat that scone in front of me, I can tell, do you really like it? Are you pretending to like it? You know, do you like it? So I brought them and I meet the guy and I'm like, here, go ahead, try 'em. And he said, well, I think I'm gonna take these in the back and try them with the staff. And in my head, I'm thinking, well, that's not gonna work because I'm not gonna be able to read... Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (20:42): That wasn't the plan. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (20:44): Can I come in the back with you? So he took the bagels. I mean, he took the scones and he Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (20:49): Took the bagels. we're not cutting that by the way. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (20:53): That's please, please. So he took, he took the scones in the back and you know, that night I must have looked at my phone a hundred times waiting for this guy to call waiting me no phone call. Next day, no phone call. Day after that, no phone call. And I'm wondering like, do they have the right number? Well, of course they have the right number. I gave them my business card. So the third day--and I'm kind of annoyed at this point--I thought, well, the very least the guy could do was call me back and say, you know what? They didn't work. They not, for us, not a good fit or anything. The third day, this woman called back from his office and she said, I'm sorry, we didn't get back to you. We've been very, very busy. And I'm thinking, okay, again, but you know, here's this build up to the failure. And she said, you know, I wanna let you know something. She said, the owner is a bit of a scone snob. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (21:47): Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (21:48): And it was the first time I ever heard scone snob and... Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (21:51): Right. That's not a thing. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (21:53): Yeah. And, and it's not a thing, but it, it sounds like it's a thing to like a, a lead up to telling me that it's a no go. And so anyway, so she said, you know, he travels the world, getting different coffee beans and such, and wherever he goes, he always orders scones. That's his thing. He loves scones. And I was like, okay. And she goes, I wanna quote him. He tried your scones. And he said, these are some of the best scones I've ever had. And I thought, coming from a scone snob, I am running with that. I will take it. And so he said, she said, based on your scones, you can sell anything you want in this coffee shop, but please definitely your scones. So we've still been selling our scones there. And, um... Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (22:40): What else do you sell there? Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (22:41): We sell our banana bread, blueberry muffins, lemon loafs, a lot of similar things that I've now shared on Market Wagon, which has been doing well. People seem to really enjoy our baked goods, which we enjoy making. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (22:58): Well I'll I wanna get to that, but you, okay? Yeah. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (23:02): Are you a scone snob by any chance? Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (23:03): I'm not a scone snob. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (23:07): You like scones? Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (23:08): I do like scones. I do. I like bagels too, but not for dessert. You know what I am a snob of is pancakes and this relates and here's why. It's because the reason I like pancakes is because pancakes are like cooking. You can--you can experiment with them. They're not as temperamental as baking. So, so I've made pancakes with, with sour cream in them, with apple sauce in them. I've cut all the sugar and milk and used just a can of Dr. Pepper for all of the sugar spices. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (23:41): Oh my gosh. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (23:42): Yeah. Don't put any vanilla in. Don't put any salt in, put any sugar in and don't put any milk in and just use a can of Dr. Pepper on the rest of your dry ingredients. And it comes with 23 different flavors. Also all the sugar that you're gonna need for it. And it's just a really good flavor. It's it's different. I love doing that. All that to say baking and cooking are vastly different things. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (24:02): Oh, absolutely. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (24:03): So you, we talked the whole first half of this conversation about how you learned to cook from your Italian and Slovak parents where you're experimenting and you're dropping new things in and you're not using measuring sticks and you're being creative. You can't do that in baking, can you? Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (24:20): No, baking... Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (24:20): Baking is chemistry. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (24:21): It's a science. You really have to follow those recipes. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (24:26): Where'd you learn to do that? Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (24:27): Well, you know, I will say my mom did some baking, not as much with cooking, you know, we had our poppy seeds and nut breads and things like that. Yeah. But you know, I working with Martha for almost 20 years, Martha Stewart she had this mantra, you have to learn something new every day. And so she baked almost every day on the show and I would look at those recipes and say, you know, although I may not have time every day to bake on the weekend. I would say, I wanna try this. I wanna and if it didn't work, I was lucky enough to like go in on Monday and say, Martha, my bread didn't rise. Why not? Yeah. Did I do wrong? Or if she had a chef on the show, I could ask, you know, Emeril or Mario Batali or any of them, you know, tell me about this or Lydia. So I was very fortunate to have that, but you know, today, you know, thanks to the internet, there are so many like cooking videos or baking videos that for anybody out there who wants to try to learn you know, and can't come to Loudon [County] to learn and take one of our classes... Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (25:34): Or for people who can't answer the question, how did you learn? I give you the question, how did you learn to bake? And I just love how nonchalantly--like it's not even a big deal--You're like, well, you know, Martha Stewart taught me and Chef Emeril. But anybody who wants to can Google it yeah. Okay. Sure, Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (25:55): Well, I,--you know, I am--I do feel very fortunate to have worked with some of the greatest chefs that are out there and known today. And you know, Martha, she's not a, a trained chef. She never went to cooking school, but she learned from her parents, she learned from her mom. And she, you know, having her chefs on every day learn from them. So, you know, sometimes people will ask me what cooking school did you go to? And I'm like, I went to the Martha Stewart school of cooking where I just, you know, learned something new every day. And--but I'm not perfect. And I--there are recipes that sometimes go terribly, terribly wrong. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (26:35): So alright. How did we become so fortunate to have your food offered on Market Wagon and delivered to people's doors? How did that come about? Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (26:46): Well, you know, a friend of mine actually told me about Market Wagon and you know, I think the way she described it was, she said think of--because I do crafts--and she goes, think of crafts being sold on Etsy. She said, Market Wagon is like the Etsy for farmers. She's like, you get all this great seasonal, local food. It's awesome. And it's funny because, I think back in the day there was this commercial where the Hair Club for Men. I don't know if you remember that you were probably too young. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (27:23): I do. Not only am I the president, I'm also a client. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (27:27): I'm a client. And so not only do I sell on Market Wagon, I'm also a client of Market Wagon and you know, just starting to buy local seasonal, fresh food. I thought this is great. And a lot of the things I was buying, like I did buy a butternut squash. I thought, you know, I could make a delicious salad out of this or soup and I could then sell it on Market Wagon. And so a lot of the ingredients that we use, I get from your local farmers--again, buying what's in season, buying organic when you can. You know, buying local I will buy from Market Wagon. I often sell our things sometimes just at local farmers markets in town. And when I'm there, I love to hear what's, you know, what they have, what, you know, new things they have, what new varieties of tomatoes that we can add to salads, et cetera. And so when this friend had told me about Market Wagon and I started exploring, I said, this is such a great, great thing and was super excited to find out about it. And I tell everybody wherever I go about it, I said, you know, you've gotta check out Market Wagon and... Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (28:37): Well, thank you. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (28:38): Yes. Well, you know, I, I, I kind of like to be this walking advertisement and I, I don't only push my food. That's on Market Wagon. I just tell them, you know, you want a great head of lettuce, go on Market Wagon. You want some great tomatoes. You know, when you taste that fresh, locally grown--like fresh fruits or vegetables, it, it just tastes so much better than, you know, the store bought ones. I, you know, I just, I notice a difference. It's it's amazing. It's, you know it, I tell everybody to, to try it, you know, try it one time. If you, you know, you'll never go back and you try it one time. You'll love it. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (29:16): Try the scones, maybe a bagel. all right. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (29:20): Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (29:21): So well, thank you. For sharing your wonderful foods on Market Wagon. We know we can find food from you on Market Wagon. Where else can our listeners find out about what you have to offer and maybe even come and see you face to face? Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (29:38): Well, we do go to local farmers markets in the Loudon Tennessee area, which is about 20 minutes from Knoxville, but we also do some Knoxville, local markets as well. And also our website CooknCraftAcademy.com. You can find our, if you're in the area and you wanna stop by, you can come by and buy local foods. You know, you can order online from us as well. We're not shipping our food right now, but if you're local to the area, you can buy online and swing by and pick it up. Maybe that'll be at one of our next phases is, you know, being able to, to ship food. But some of the things, the scones are easy to ship, but some of our salads. They, they would never make it. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (30:22): No, they they're shipped through Market Wagon cuz we can get it there fresh. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (30:25): absolutely. Absolutely. That's the nice trade off. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (30:29): Great. Christina, thank you so much for being my guest today. It's been a delight to talk with you about your history and food and how you got into a food business. It's been a pleasure. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (30:43): Well, I appreciate the opportunity. Go have a bagel on me. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (30:48): I'll have bagel for dessert tonight Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (30:53): And I'll ship you some of our scones. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (30:56): Well and they better be the best scones in the world. Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (30:59): Yes. And before you know it you'll be a scone snob. Nick Carter (Host - Market Wagon) (31:01): I'll become a scone snob. You're gonna turn me into one Christina Deyo (Cook n Craft Academy) (31:05): Thank you, Nick. I appreciate it. 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Our Falling into Place series spotlights the important work of - and fosters collaboration between- not-for-profit organizations in our communities; allowing us all to fall into place.Falling Into Place is supported by The Seymour Fox Memorial Foundation, Providing a helping hand to turn inspiration into accomplishment. See more possibilities … see more promise… see more progress.This week we will focus on the Schenectady County Community College Student Food Pantry "etc." We welcome: Patrick Ryan - Vice President of Administration at SUNY Schenectady.
I'm so excited to be sharing this compilation episode with you, where three of our Passion Project Bootcamp students will be sharing their experiences and feedback about the Passion Project Bootcamp Program with you, in their own words! In this episode, I really want you to understand how this ONE strategy will get you accepted into your dream colleges. I'm confident because this strategy is not about doing more, and it's not about burning yourself out or losing who you are as a person just to get into these high-ranked and competitive colleges. It's also not about copying what everyone else is doing, because that is NOT going to work for you. In this episode you'll meet our Passion Project Bootcamp students, Elizabeth, Shivani and Yashaswi, who each reveal how this ONE strategy we teach in Passion Project Bootcamp will not only get them accepted into their dream colleges, but how this strategy transformed their lives as an individual. Mindset is key, and the shifts that you'll learn in the Passion Project Bootcamp Program will lead to so many breakthroughs, including more confidence, loving yourself more, acknowledging your worth, knowing what you're passionate about, and identifying your strength and potential. I hope that you're able to relate to these students and what they share today, and realize that you're not alone in this process. I want you to feel inspired so that you can take action towards your dream! Our signature 1-Year Group College Consulting Program, Passion Project Bootcamp, is currently closed for enrollment, but will be opening enrollment very soon! To get added to the waitlist and be the first notified, go to https://juliekimconsulting.com/ppbcwaitlist! To start off with our free training, you can register here at https://juliekimconsulting.com/masterclass. This is a (FREE) introductory training for you to get a better idea of how I coach my students. You'll also learn the 3 essential strategies that you must implement to get accepted in your dream college! As always, if you have questions, please reach out to our support team at email@example.com, and I'd love to connect with you on Instagram – I'm at http://instagram.com/julie_kim7. SHOW NOTES: https://juliekimconsulting.com/episode-125-how-this-strategy-will-get-you-accepted-into-your-dream-colleges-ppbc-student-interviews/
Inspired by a text message from one friend to another, this conversation dives into a subject most parents may not think much of. Student of the Week, Student of the Month, Star Awards, Talented and Gifted Award... these types of awards are given out in most elementary schools across the country to students who "behave well". These students showed some trait that the school deems "worthy" and awards the children. The children then go home and shows the parent the award where more conditioning and validating occurs. Some of these children grow up to always look for the award, the result, the validation, the "you are worthy and good" feeling. Some children never get the award and grow up to feel they aren't special or worthy. This is an ongoing issue and now that I have children it's happening to them. Listen in for a discussion about self-worth, children, school awards and what you can do to insert consciousness, healing and love. This is always an opportunity to do some healing for our own inner child. Love this podcast? Do your girl a favor and leave a 5 star review. Snap a pic, post your biggest aha and tag me on social! Website and Services: www.whenhustlemeetsflow.com 1:1 Coaching available this summer, limited spaces available- apply here: https://tinyurl.com/PrivateCoachApp Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/when_hustle_meets_flow/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WhenHustleMeetsFlow TikTok: WhenHustleMeetsFlow
Join David Befort and Paul Fugere on Episode 15 of the Wealth Warehouse. We all know that college is open to all. But what we also know is that it sure does cost like it's only for the wealthy few. So what about a college savings plan? In this episode, David and Paul discuss the difference between a savings plan and an investment plan, the advantages of the infinite banking concept when up against 529 Plans, and the other ways for you to start saving for college aside from IBC. In this episode you will learn: 1. 529 Plans are investment plans; it's not a savings plan 2. Student aid punishes you for doing a good job planning for college 3. There's so much volatility in the current  stock market 4. What really is the benefit of a 529 plan? 5. The other options to save for college aside from IBC 6. and so much more! About your hosts: David Befort and Paul Fugere are the hosts of the Wealth Warehouse Podcast. David is the Founder/CEO of Max Performance Financial. He founded the company with the mission of educating people on the truths about money. David's mission is to show you how you can control your own money, earn guarantees, grow it tax-free, and maintain penalty-free access to it to leverage for opportunities that will provide passive income for the rest of your life. Paul, on the other hand, is an Active Duty U.S. Army officer who graduated from Norwich University in 2002 with a B.A. in History and again in 2012 with a MA in Diplomacy and International Terrorism. Paul met his wife Tammy at Norwich. As a family, they enjoy boating, traveling, sports, hunting, automobiles, and are self-proclaimed food people. Catch up with David and Paul on: Website: https://infinitebanking.org/agents/Fugere494 (https://infinitebanking.org/agents/Fugere494) https://infinitebanking.org/agents/Befort399 (https://infinitebanking.org/agents/Befort399) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-a-befort-jr-09663972/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-a-befort-jr-09663972/) https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-fugere-762021b0/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-fugere-762021b0/) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Survivor Benefit Plan Summary: https://militarypay.defense.gov/Benefits/Survivor-Benefit-Program/Overview/ (https://militarypay.defense.gov/Benefits/Survivor-Benefit-Program/Overview/) Self-directed IRA Summary: https://www.investopedia.com/terms/s/self-directed-ira.asp (https://www.investopedia.com/terms/s/self-directed-ira.asp) Links for 529 Plan research: https://www.sec.gov/reportspubs/investor-publications/investorpubsintro529htm.html (https://www.sec.gov/reportspubs/investor-publications/investorpubsintro529htm.html) https://www.finra.org/investors/alerts/college-savings-plans-school-yourself-you-invest (https://www.finra.org/investors/alerts/college-savings-plans-school-yourself-you-invest)
In this months episode Adam and Greg talk with Daniel Lowe who has just finished his physio training to get his experiences of what its like being a physio student these days To find out more about Rehab Guru click here To find out more about NAF Patreon click here
What can families and educators be considering as we slide into June and July? Megan and Gretchen share a short checklist of important tasks to consider this summer related to college admissions and academic skill development. Specifically they discuss: what ... Read More » The post 422:Don't Miss These Key Student Action Items in June and July appeared first on The College Prep Podcast.
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Bringing back another 1-1 call because my good friend and presenter Jordan Syatt reminded me he does this with his clients and not only does the client get a lot of value out of it but you do as well talking about aspects of business through the lens of an actual working and growing company. Let me know you enjoy these and will definitely do more! Time Stamps: (0:40) Struggling with DM'ing (3:45) View about Assistant Coach (12:00) SEO and Client Attraction (13:15) Lead Generation at the Beginning (23:00) Recapping (28:04) Hope You Enjoyed That ----------- Follow Me on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/the_fitceo/ ----------- If you are feeling stuck and you're ready to take the next step, check out Next Level Coaching Academy - https://www.thenextlevelcoachingacademy.com
Ronjour and Brandon discuss the importance of theological education in student ministry with Dr. Scott Pace (Dean of The College at Southeastern). Why should aspiring student pastors pursue seminary training? What are some steps that can be taken by student pastors to make their ministry more theologically driven? How do we get rid of this idea that student ministry is a steppingstone into the senior pastorate? Join us this week as we tackle these questions (and many more)!
Canterbury's Student Volunteer Army is going into battle for Bromley residents whose homes and laundry have been invaded by a gut wrenching stink. The foul smell of faeces is rolling in from the local waste water treatment plant and two large filters that were gutted in a fire last year. Work to remove the rotting material will begin next month; in the meantime there's no point hanging washing out unless you want it infused with a tinge of poo. Cue the Student Army that's stepping in for the sake of sweet smelling sheets & freshly washed clothes. Sam Johnson joins Lisa Owen with the details.
On this week's SciFiles, your hosts Chelsie and Daniel interview Maddy Eischer. As a student pursuing a dual degree in Apparel & Textile Design and Genomics & Molecular Genetics, Maddy has long felt the societal pressure to pick one of her passions in school and in a future career. Instead of choosing between these two dichotomous interests, Maddy has managed to use her research to highlight the interconnection between the arts and the sciences by investigating scientific advancements in textiles as well as by designing and creating a collection of five unconventional and fashionable lab coats. This research explores the struggle to pick a career path, the importance of fashion and textiles in all facets of life, and the concept of professionalism and individuality within medical and scientific spaces.If you're interested in talking about your MSU research on the radio or nominating a student, please email Chelsie and Danny at email@example.com. Check The Sci-Files out on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube!
(5/22/22) This Sunday's lecture "Woe To The Bloody Cities!" is by MM32 local Student Minister Abdul Iman Muhammad (The local representative of The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan.) Opening words by Brother Devin X & Student Minister Aishah Muhammad. Mosque 32 Bro. Hilario Muhammad - Ministry Of Information
You don't need more time in your day, you need to be more productive with the time you already have.But how?Do you get frustrated when you realize that you have ambitions that you are not living up to? That frustration can lead to procrastination, self-doubt, discouragement, and more. People who don't have the skills necessary to be more productive often end up dependent on deadlines in order to get things done. But it doesn't have to be that way. Listen to learn about the productivity tools I used to get into and through my degree at Harvard, and the system that I teach my students to help them get more done when they choose to do so.You can be more productive, as long as you know how to focus your mind, and schedule in appropriate recovery at the right time. Find out how.
In this weeks episode, I am chatting with my good buddies Ryan Eubank and Kyle Linko. We address a few issues pertaining to welding instruction, the needs of the industry and our passion for the industry and teaching. Sign up for the Workshop HERE Email Kyle: firstname.lastname@example.org Arc Junkies Website: https://arcjunkies.com Arc junkies Merch: https://shop.threadmob.com/arcjunkie/shop/home Friends of the Show: Lincoln Electric Instagram: @lincolnelectric Online Store: https://bit.ly/LincolnElectric-ArcJunkies Save 20% on all Gear and Accessories use ARCJUNKIES20 in the discount box at checkout Save 10% on Welding Machines and Fume Extractors use ARCJUNKIES10 in the discount box at checkout Everlast Welders Instagram: @everlastwelders YouTube: Everlast Welders Online: https://bit.ly/37xJstI Use Codeword ARCJUNKIES at checkout to get upgraded to a free Nova Foot Pedal and TIG Torch with the purchase of any machine that comes with a stock foot pedal and TIG Torch. Rockmount Research and Alloys, Inc. Rockmountwelding.com Instagram: @Rockmountwelding Fronius FroniusUSA.com Strong Hand Tools Stronghandtool.com/arcjunkies Instagram @Strong_hand_tools ISOTUNES: Instagram: @isotunesaudio Online: https://bit.ly/36s7aFj Use ARCJUNKIES10 at checkout and save $10 on your purchase Arc Junkies Podcast: Instagram: @Arcjunkiespodcast TIKTOK: @Arcjunkiespod Email: Show@arcjunkies.com
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Christianne is a 4th-grade teacher at Westmont Elementary, a VAPA school in Ocean View School District in Huntington Beach, California. After receiving her bachelor's degree in Theatre, and years of touring the world and living out of a suitcase, Christianne realized she needed to do something more and wanted to make a difference. So, she went back to school earning her teaching credential and Master of Education degree from Cal State, Fullerton, graduating in December of 2020. Student teaching both before and during a worldwide pandemic prepared Christianne for one of the most trying times in education as there have been many hurdles during her first year of teaching. Christianne truly believes her students are going to change the world.
A Princeton bound Gwinnett student got a big honor from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; New Principals were named by GCPS; And a police officer and his K9 partner were honored for bravery. County Board of Education on Thursday night. #GwinnettDailyPost #Georgia #LocalNews - - - - The Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast is local news for Lawrenceville, Norcross, Duluth, and all of Gwinnett County. Register Here for your essential digital news. This podcast was produced and published for the Gwinnett Daily Post and GwinnettDailyPost.com by BG Ad Group For advertising inquiries, please email email@example.com For more information be sure to visit See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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On today's episode…..Nick Saban called out Texas A&M for cheating to get the #1 recruiting class in 2022 and Jimbo Fisher did not take kindly to it (00:19:52). GrubHub decided to wreck themselves and every restaurant they work with in NYC because they offered 8 million people a free lunch this week (00:32:22). (00:00:00) - Timestamps Cup of Coffee in the Big Time (00:04:59) - Fun Fact: Scotland's national animal is the unicorn (00:06:24) - Today's Joke: George Bush's Freudian slip (00:10:02) - Sports update: NBA conference finals and PGA Championship talk (00:11:17) - Monkeypox has made its way to the US (00:15:41) - Dark MAGA was trending after Madison Cawthorn threatened it on everyone (00:19:52) - Cream of the Crop: Nick Saban and Jimbo Fisher are beefing hard in the world of college football Grub Hub Foot Stub (00:32:22) - The ad wizards at GrubHub tried to offer everyone in New York City a free lunch and it broke their app and ruined a bunch of restaurants days TikTok International Moment (00:46:04) - British Columbia - A heroic Canadian woman saves her goose from a viscous bald eagle attack (00:52:11) - Boston - Orcas have been spotted by Cape Cod (00:55:00) - Florida - A man was arrested after repeatedly calling the cops and telling them to release El Chapo and arrest Joe Biden (00:57:14) - Alexander Leszczynski tried to pardon him for his fraudulent crimes with fake documents from former President Trump Listener Submissions (01:00:40) - Five star reviews and the top voice mails of the week! These stories, and much more, brought to you by our incredible sponsors: Stamps - Sign up with promo code HARDFACTOR for a special offer that includes a 4-week trial, plus free postage and a digital scale. No long-term commitments or contracts https://stamps.com Titan - Check out Titan if you want to aim to become the smartest, wealthiest investor you've ever been. So head to https://titan.com/factor to get $50 when you invest with Titan. You MUST go to this URL Bird Dogs - Get the best damn shorts and pants on the planet and a free hat when you use code ‘HARDNEWS' at https://birddogs.com Go to store.hardfactor.com and patreon.com/hardfactor to support the pod with incredible merch and bonus podcasts Leave us a Voicemail at 512-270-1480, send us a voice memo to firstname.lastname@example.org, and/or leave a 5-Star review on Apple Podcasts to hear it on Friday's show Other Places to Listen: Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Lots More... Watch Full Episodes on YouTube Follow @HardFactorNews on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, and Facebook --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hard-factor/support
In the finale of the Adventures of Pinocchio and Free Speech series, we visit many different episodes of this podcast. From the UK to the US and from Cambridge to Canada; we are fighting against the (not so) slow erosion of one of the most powerful forces that many would consider inalienable. The power with which God created the world. The power that can combine a family through marriage or tear it apart through war. The spoken and written word. The pen is mightier than the sword. —Links— Understand Myself Personality Test: https://understandmyself.com —Chapters— [03:14:44] Ideologies of good & evil [03:20:50] Student organizations vs. Dr. Rima Azar [03:26:11] Cancel Culture with Dr. Julie Ponesse [03:28:52] A relationship with the Great Father [03:30:12] Dr. Azar speaks up [03:38:40] Defining hate speech with Andrew Doyle [03:49:01] Tyranny & free speech with James Orr & Arif Ahmed [03:51:36] Corruption of critics in film distribution with Prager & Carolla [03:56:58] Truckers & Joe Rogan with Dr. Julie Ponesse [04:03:04] The master of fire and Pinnochio turning a whale into a dragon [04:05:30] UK legislation post-Cambridge with James Orr & Arif Ahmed [04:11:48] Pinnochio's choice [04:12:13] Would I do it again? with Bret Weinstein [04:15:22] Pinnochio's finale Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices