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NeuroNoodle Neurofeedback and Neuropsychology
Why iMediSync is a Good Bet on The Future of Mental Health - Dave Berkus Angel Investor Part 2

NeuroNoodle Neurofeedback and Neuropsychology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 43:01


#daveberkus #angelinvesting #imedisync Super Angel Investor Dave Berkus joined Jay Gunkelman and Pete Jansons to discuss the future of mental health and iMediSync's role in that future. Dave Berkus has placed a lot of smart bets in his lifetime. Hear why iMedisync is one of them. Other topics touched on: Dry Sensor Cap, Future of Mental Health, Founder and CEO Seung Wan Kang, MD, PhD, iSyncWave, iSyncBrain, iSyncHeart, FDA, Minute Clinic, Gender Specific Database. https://www.imedisync.com/en/ https://www.imedisync.com/en/products/isyncwave/ https://www.imedisync.com/en/products/isyncbrain/ https://www.imedisync.com/en/products/isyncheart/ Dave Berkus is a noted speaker, author and early stage private equity investor. He is acknowledged as one of the most active angel investors in the country, having made and actively participated in over 180 technology investments. He currently manages Wayfare Ventures, LLC, a venture fund for the travel industry, as well as two angel VC funds (Berkus Technology Ventures, LLC and Kodiak Ventures, L.P.) and is Managing Director of three Tech Coast Angels ACE Funds (TCA). Dave is past Chairman of TCA, one of the largest angel networks in the United States. Dave currently serves as chairman of five of his portfolio companies, and was named “Director of the Year, Early Stage Businesses” by The Forum for Corporate Directors for his successful directorship and CEO coaching efforts. He founded his first commercial venture at the age of fifteen – a phonograph record production and manufacturing company he managed through his college years, taking it public shortly after college graduation. He was the founder of Computerized Lodging Systems Inc (CLS), which he guided as CEO for over a decade that included two consecutive years on the Inc.500 list of America's fastest growing companies. For his accomplishments in advancing technology in the hospitality industry, in 1998 he was inducted into the Hospitality (HFTP) “International Hall of Fame”, one of only forty so honored worldwide over the years. Dave is author of “Basic Berkonomics,” “Berkonomics,” “Advanced Berkonomics,” “Extending the Runway”, and the Small Business Success Collection of eight mini-books, all addressing resource and growth issues for early stage businesses. He is co-author of “Get Scrappy” with Kim Shepherd, a noted advocate of virtual businesses. Dave speaks throughout the world on trends in technology, angel investing success, and corporate governance and growth. In 2011, Dave was named “Technology Leader of the Year” by the Los Angeles, California, County Board of Supervisors. https://www.amazon.com/Better-than-money-Resource-concepts/dp/1885082002 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Howard_H._Stevenson https://www.berkus.com/ https://www.inc.com/magazine/19961001/1839.html https://eqvista.com/berkus-valuation-method-for-startups/#:~:text=Berkus%20Method%20of%20Valuation%20is,to%20%24500%2C000%20for%20each%20area. https://www.techcoastangels.com/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scaled_agile_framework#:~:text=The%20scaled%20agile%20framework%20(SAFe,scaling%20lean%20and%20agile%20practices. https://www.amazon.com/Extending-Runway-Second-Dave-Berkus/dp/1312288353?asin=1312288353&revisionId=&format=4&depth=1 https://roundtables.abl.org/ https://youtu.be/60LEmBXFpZI https://berkonomics.com/?p=3440 https://finance.yahoo.com/news/happened-7-earliest-employees-launched-012600458.html https://www.pingidentity.com/en/company/about-us.html --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/neuronoodle/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/neuronoodle/support

The Cigar Authority
I Could Have Been a Contender - The After Show

The Cigar Authority

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 24:40


On today's episode, we talk about the cigars that didn't make it as contenders for the TCA cigar of the year. There were some good ones, but not every cigar can make it. The Cigar Authority is a member of the United Podcast Network and is recorded live in front of a studio audience at Studio 21 Podcast Cafe upstairs at Two Guys Smoke Shop in Salem, NH and as always you can find many of the cigars we discuss at https://www.2GuysCigars.com/.

Conversations with Consequences
Ep. 188 Walking with Moms in Need & Melissa Overmyer on From Worry to Wonder

Conversations with Consequences

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 54:00


As families gather together this week for Thanksgiving looking ahead to the Advent season, the TCA team revisits with Melissa Overmyer to explore her latest book, From Worry to Wonder: A Catholic Guide to Finding Peace Through Scripture.  On the heels of the USCCB Fall meeting and Bishop Burbidge being appointed the conference's pro-life chair, Kat Talalas and Chelsy Gomez discuss the important work of Walking with Moms in Need. Father Roger Landry also offers an inspiring homily to prepare us for this Sunday's Gospel. Catch the show every Saturday at 7amET/5pmET on EWTN radio!

Thoughts Count Anywhere Podcast
Episode 165 with special guests Tessa Blanchard and Shaul Guerrero

Thoughts Count Anywhere Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 122:24


This week is a special one. TCA brings you a rare exclusive interview with wrestling star Tessa Blanchard talking about her upcoming debut with UWW and much more. Then we are joined by UWW host Shaul Guerrero talking about her career and all things UWW. We then break down all the news and rumors of the week. We also give our predictions for Full Gear tonight

NeuroNoodle Neurofeedback and Neuropsychology
Why iMediSync is a Good Bet on The Future of Mental Health - Dave Berkus Angel Investor Part 1

NeuroNoodle Neurofeedback and Neuropsychology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 39:56


#daveberkus #angelinvesting #imedisync Super Angel Investor Dave Berkus joined Jay Gunkelman and Pete Jansons to discuss the future of mental health and iMediSync's role in that future. Dave Berkus has placed a lot of smart bets in his lifetime. Hear why iMedisync is one of them. Other topics touched on: Dry Sensor Cap, Future of Mental Health, Founder and CEO Seung Wan Kang, MD, PhD, iSyncWave, iSyncBrain, iSyncHeart, FDA, Minute Clinic, Gender Specific Database. https://www.imedisync.com/en/ https://www.imedisync.com/en/products/isyncwave/ https://www.imedisync.com/en/products/isyncbrain/ https://www.imedisync.com/en/products/isyncheart/ Dave Berkus is a noted speaker, author and early stage private equity investor. He is acknowledged as one of the most active angel investors in the country, having made and actively participated in over 180 technology investments. He currently manages Wayfare Ventures, LLC, a venture fund for the travel industry, as well as two angel VC funds (Berkus Technology Ventures, LLC and Kodiak Ventures, L.P.) and is Managing Director of three Tech Coast Angels ACE Funds (TCA). Dave is past Chairman of TCA, one of the largest angel networks in the United States. Dave currently serves as chairman of five of his portfolio companies, and was named “Director of the Year, Early Stage Businesses” by The Forum for Corporate Directors for his successful directorship and CEO coaching efforts. He founded his first commercial venture at the age of fifteen – a phonograph record production and manufacturing company he managed through his college years, taking it public shortly after college graduation. He was the founder of Computerized Lodging Systems Inc (CLS), which he guided as CEO for over a decade that included two consecutive years on the Inc.500 list of America's fastest growing companies. For his accomplishments in advancing technology in the hospitality industry, in 1998 he was inducted into the Hospitality (HFTP) “International Hall of Fame”, one of only forty so honored worldwide over the years. Dave is author of “Basic Berkonomics,” “Berkonomics,” “Advanced Berkonomics,” “Extending the Runway”, and the Small Business Success Collection of eight mini-books, all addressing resource and growth issues for early stage businesses. He is co-author of “Get Scrappy” with Kim Shepherd, a noted advocate of virtual businesses. Dave speaks throughout the world on trends in technology, angel investing success, and corporate governance and growth. In 2011, Dave was named “Technology Leader of the Year” by the Los Angeles, California, County Board of Supervisors. https://www.amazon.com/Better-than-money-Resource-concepts/dp/1885082002 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Howard_H._Stevenson https://www.berkus.com/ https://www.inc.com/magazine/19961001/1839.html https://eqvista.com/berkus-valuation-method-for-startups/#:~:text=Berkus%20Method%20of%20Valuation%20is,to%20%24500%2C000%20for%20each%20area. https://www.techcoastangels.com/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scaled_agile_framework#:~:text=The%20scaled%20agile%20framework%20(SAFe,scaling%20lean%20and%20agile%20practices. https://www.amazon.com/Extending-Runway-Second-Dave-Berkus/dp/1312288353?asin=1312288353&revisionId=&format=4&depth=1 https://roundtables.abl.org/ https://youtu.be/60LEmBXFpZI https://berkonomics.com/?p=3440 https://finance.yahoo.com/news/happened-7-earliest-employees-launched-012600458.html https://www.pingidentity.com/en/company/about-us.html --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/neuronoodle/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/neuronoodle/support

Integrate & Ignite Podcast
Episode 427: What to Expect and Look Forward to in 2023 with TCA's Chief Problem Solver and Lead Analyst, Cathy McKnight

Integrate & Ignite Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 30:17


Hot trends in content creation for 2023 with TCA's Chief Problem Solver and Lead Analyst, Cathy McKnight: personalization, artificial intelligence, machine learning, account-based marketing, events, Phygital, and more. Listen in to this episode of the Integrate & Ignite Marketing Podcast to learn more.

Conversations with Consequences
Ep. 186 Katy Faust of Them Before Us & Dave Reinhard Talks Litany of Humility

Conversations with Consequences

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 54:00


Dr. Grazie Christie discusses the importance of family and the dangers of divorce with Katy Faust of Them Before Us. We also revisit with TCA's own editor-extraordinaire Dave Reinhard about the Litany of Humility as we all strive to live out this virtue. Father Roger Landry also offers an inspiring homily as we prepare for Sunday's Gospel. Catch the show every Saturday at 7am/5pmET on EWTN radio!

The Lounge by The Skyn Distillery

We are sharing all about Glymed Plus peels on today's episode! First, what is a peel? Peels can improve texture and scarring, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, reduce age spots, melasma, and PIH, strengthen the skin, keep it hydrated, helps most types of acne, improves dark spots under the eyes, and more! We have a specific episode about peels that we encourage you to listen to if you want more information! Glymed Plus has amazing products and we specifically love their peels! Here are a few of our favorites that we share all about: Peptide Perfection Peel: Filled with 5% lactic acid, 5% mandelic acid, 5% malic acid so you are getting brightening, lifting, firming, peptides, and it lifts and calms the skin. Perfect for an instant glow up for a same day event or next day event. Oxygen Peel: Made up of 5% lactic acid and oxygen. Helps with dullness, kills bacteria and helps with congestion. This is a good supportive peel that can be used with a variety of masks. We specifically love it with the deep pore cleanser. Lactic Action 30: Filled with 30% lactic acid and calming herbal extracts. Good for brightening, tightening, hydration, reducing fine lines and wrinkles, increasing skin elasticity, and reducing pigmentation. 5-Berry Pigment Control Peel: Made up of 7% TCA and 5 natural berries: cranberry, raspberry, blueberry, blackberry, and bearberry. Perfect for acne, anti-aging, and hyper-pigmentation, with the reparative, protective, and anti-aging benefits of the berries. Peels are a perfect addition to your winter skincare routine! Keep in mind that peels need a good at-home routine to help prepare your skin and always be using SPF on your skin! If you don't have a good at-home skincare routine yet, set up a virtual skincare consult so we can get you going on a good routine prior to starting a peel in the studio! Drink of the episode: Toasted Marshmallow Cold Brew Ingredients: Bizzy coffee toasted marshmallow cold brew, chobani spice pumpkin oat milk creamer, whip cream, and top with pumpkin spice seasoning on top! Connect with us: Please send cocktail recipes or topic ideas to hello@theskyndistillery.com or leave us a voice memo. Click here to set up a Virtual Skincare Consult Click here to shop our Skincare Be sure to follow and tag us on IG! @theskyndistillery @theskyndistillerylounge Subscribe to our Email List by visiting our website HERE --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theskyndistillerylounge/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theskyndistillerylounge/support

Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast
Celebrating Your Wins with TCA Coach Lynn Warner

Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 41:22


Our ADHD can feel like a weight on our backs. But what happens to you when you stop, take stock, and celebrate what is going right?This week on the show, TCA Coach Lynn Warner joins us to discuss celebrating our Wins with ADHD. But it's not just about knowing that cakes come on birthdays. Today's lessons are about retuning your brain, training yourself to see the wins around you — big and small — and finding ways to reward yourself appropriately. This means learning new language, and seeing the world with fresh, more positive eyes.Learn more about Lynn at TCA.As a bit of follow-up this week, we answer a few listener questions that were originally addressed to dietitian Nicole DeMasi Malcher. Listen to the show for details, but here's the handy list of snacks we reference on the show. Thanks Nicole! peanut butter sandwich or any sandwich with meat - choosing whole wheat bread will help to keep you fuller longer yogurt or cottage cheese & fruit pita/bread and hummus tuna & crackers protein bar deli meat roll-ups dates and peanut butter roasted edamame or chickpeas smoothie made with both fruit + protein leftovers! (just not leftover chips!) 00:00 - Welcome to The ADHD Podcast 03:44 - Introducing Lynn Warner 04:31 - Follow-up: Nutrition! 09:03 - Why did you become a coach? 10:57 - Celebrating ADHD Wins ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Let's Talk TCA Podcast
Dr. Jeff Williams – First 90 Days at TCA :: Episode 22

Let's Talk TCA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 21:14


On today's episode, we have Dr. Jeff Williams on the podcast talking about his first 90 days at TCA. He's excited to be back in Dallas, which he considers home, and to TCA, which was monumental in his life. Dr. Williams says one of the highlights of his first 90 days is being around the people at TCA. The faculty and staff at TCA are gifted and love their jobs and the kids. He has loved going to the pep rallies, athletic events, and fine arts productions, and being back in the classroom and observing the excellence that is taking place there is amazing. TCA has changed from when he was a student in that the campus is bigger, and we have more students, the strength of the school, and the caliber of faculty and staff on campus. Dr. Williams feels his role is to cast vision and uphold the school's mission. Part of this is meeting with faculty and staff at least once a month. During these meetings, he is sharing things he has noticed around campus that uphold our core values: excellence, Christ-centered, tradition and community. Cynthia asked Dr. Williams about his approach in his first year. He knows that he is ambitious and competitive. His biggest prayer is God's timing and that he would move at the right pace and build trust within the community to get a good pulse on what's going great and what needs attention. During his first 90 days, he's focused on meeting people, having conversations, making notes and observing. Dr. Williams encourages parents that behind-the-scenes faculty, staff and coaches are developing children for the glory of God and fulfilling the school's mission. He's had impactful moments with students this fall: from having seniors leading devotionals at the Board of Trustees meeting to challenging our PreK classes to encourage and build up one another. Please continue to use your prayer guide to pray for the school. Consider how you are building into the community at TCA. We are stronger together than we are apart. Also, pray for wisdom and discernment for  Dr. Williams as he moves forward.

Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast
Natural Approaches to Navigating ADHD with Aviva Nirenberg

Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 42:36


Aviva Nirenberg has ADHD in the family. Mom of three children with ADHD, and non-ADHD spouse of a husband with ADHD, her coaching career started with the lived experience in helping her family navigate the world while living with ADHD. Now, she's a certified ADHD and Family Coach and is one of our valued coaches here at Take Control ADHD.This week on the show, Avivia joins us to talk about natural approaches to navigating your ADHD. No, that doesn't mean supplements and such, rather simple, straight-forward re-assessment of how you handle sleep, exercise, and nutrition — and how they work together for your body and brain.Learn more about Aviva and her coaching with TCA. And, if you're looking for the countertop herb garden, it's Aerogarden, and here's the Amazon link to it. 00:00 - Welcome to The ADHD Podcast! 02:38 - Introducing Aviva Nirenberg 06:22 - Sleep 12:08 - Exercise 22:54 - Nutrition 30:11 - All the changes, all right now 31:50 - Mindfulness ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Let's Talk TCA Podcast
Finding TCA: Heather Appel :: Episode 21

Let's Talk TCA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 11:36


Today on the podcast, our host Cynthia Yanof speaks with TCA parent Heather Appel about the TCA community, how they found the school, and what she and her family love most! Heather tells us about how her son asked where the chapel was at their public school after the kindergarten roundup and how he told her that he wanted to be able to pray at school. This kicked off their search for a Christian school. TCA's Christ-centered approach and academic excellence drew them in. But one of the biggest, unexpected blessings of the school has been the TCA community and the lifelong friendships that have blossomed both in the classroom and at outside activities. Heather tells about a friend's daughter who came to TCA as a junior and has also experienced the warmth and connection of the students in the Upper School. As a sub, Heather says it is amazing how the students in the Lower School share prayer requests and are openly praying for one another. From her experience, it is evident how the school is developing the whole child. Her favorite day in the Lower School is the Kindergarten French Café event. In Middle School, she is most impressed by the teachers and their approach to our kids and meeting them where they are in the awkward middle school years. Her advice to prospective parents is to embrace the uniqueness of TCA. Today's culture tells us one thing, but TCA encourages children to do the right thing. For veteran TCA parents, Heather reminds us not to take the MPACT prayer group for granted.

En Perspectiva
Entrevista María José Veiga y Luisina Fierro-Gobierno no apelará fallo sobre decreto de cigarrillos

En Perspectiva

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 48:28


La semana pasada el gobierno sufrió un revés en la justicia con su decreto que modifica las normas de empaquetado y etiquetado de cigarrillos. Recordemos, el decreto habilitaba el empaquetado de cigarrillos en cajas blandas y permitía a las empresas incluir en el cigarrillo o en el interior de las cajillas: colores, logos o inscripciones. Según reconoció el presidente Luis Lacalle Pou, la nueva disposición se aprobó a pedido de la industria tabacalera uruguaya Monte Paz, para competir en mejor condiciones con los cigarrillos de contrabando que son vendidos en cajillas blandas. El miércoles, la jueza de Familia María Elena Emmenengger acogió un recurso de amparo que había presentado la Sociedad Uruguaya de Tabacología (SUT) y dispuso la suspensión de la aplicación del decreto. El Poder Ejecutivo podía apelar. Pero el viernes comunicó que no lo hacía y quedaba a la espera del pronunciamiento del Tribunal de lo Contencioso Administrativo (TCA), donde está en trámite un recurso de revocación para anular el decreto, presentado también por la SUT. ¿Qué implica este fallo de la Justicia de Familia? ¿Qué se puede esperar, por otra parte, de la acción que se tramita en el TCA? Conversamos En Perspectiva con las doctoras, María José Veiga y Luisina Fierro, abogadas de la SUT.

Conversations with Consequences
Ep. 183 Why Americans Aren't Having Kids & Navigating the Struggle of Infertility

Conversations with Consequences

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 54:00


Dr. Grazie Christie and TCA colleague Ashley McGuire discuss a disturbing survey showing the #1 reason most couples aren't having kids--and it's not about climate change or money concerns--but a selfish desire to maintain indepedence. On the other end of the spectrum, with countless women suffering the cross of infertility, Dr. Marie Meaney offers her own experience and some wise words that St. Teresa of Calcutta offered on the grief so many endure. Father Roger Landry also offers an inspiring homily for this Sunday's Gospel. Catch the show every Saturday at 7amET/5pmET on EWTN radio!

Concrete Garb
Episode 59: Josh Jones, The Career Academy

Concrete Garb

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 32:07


Today, the garb brings you Joshua Jones.  Josh is the director of The Career Academy (TCA) here in Lincoln NE since 2020.  Before being TCA's director, Josh spent 3 years as TCA's coordinator.  Prior to joining TCA, Jones was assistant principal at Elliott Elementary School and a special education teacher at Lincoln Southeast High School. Before joining LPS, he held numerous leadership positions with Aurora Public Schools in Colorado.   The Career Academy is a joint venture between Lincoln Public Schools and Southeast Community College. The goal of TCA is to provide academic and real world experiences to high school juniors and seniors through high school and dual credit courses in 16 different career pathways.   Ladies and Gentleman, Let's "test drive your future" and allow the garb to introduce, Mr. Joshua Jones with the Career Academy!

The Connected Accountant
34. Should CFOs Offer Tax Strategies?

The Connected Accountant

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 5:25


Do fractional CFOs have to offer tax strategies in order to grow in 2022 and 2023? More and more clients are asking for it - but is it the right move for you? In this episode, I have a conversation with one of my coaching clients about offering tax strategies.

Trucking for Millennials
How Trucking and Government Work Together w/ David Heller

Trucking for Millennials

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 63:18


In this episode you'll hear Aaron and Michael celebrate ANOTHER Cowboys win before discussing two articles: Truck brake light exemption denied despite industry support and Canada ending cross border vax requirements. Then they welcome David Heller, Vice President of Government Affairs at Truckload Carriers Association and dive into David's role and the role of the TCA in advocating for their memebers and the industry as a whole to representatives in the halls of Congress.  

COMA y PUNTO
Anorexia Masculina

COMA y PUNTO

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 49:20


Jordi es profesor de secundaria en Barcelona. Comenzó con el TCA hace más de 20 años y desde hace 2 años y medio está en tratamiento. Creador de la cuenta de Ig Anorexia Masculina donde pretende visibilizar los TCA, sobre todo en hombres, y ser un puente de ayuda.

Thoughts Count Anywhere Podcast
Episode 159 Extreme Rules

Thoughts Count Anywhere Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 122:07


This week Matt, Aaron and Thomas bring you the latest episode of TCA as we bring you all the news and rumors this week in wrestling. From the passing of Sara Lee to our Extreme Rules predictions and much more. #wwe #WWEExtremeRules #aewwrestling #wrestling #podcast Can't watch the SHOW, take us on the GO! Download the "Go Live Vegas", Radio free App! Available for phones & tablets from the Apple App store https://tinyurl.com/4dee87cn AND Google PlayStore https://tinyurl.com/ju4nbe5w enjoy!

Empower Apps
The Composable Architecture with Zev Eisenberg

Empower Apps

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 34:32


Guest Zev Eisenberg (website)Twitter - @ZevEisenberg Youtube Video: https://youtu.be/vlwQm6Q_FEIRelated Episodes Episode 123 - Microapps Architecture with Majid Jabrayilov Episode 93 - Test-Driven Development in Swift with Gio Lodi Related Links  Composable Architecture - PointFree The Composable Architecture - Github Peep App TALKING BACKWARDS (Backwards Banter Brain Testing) - Smarter Every Day 168 SponsorsStream - Free In-App Messaging SDK & UI Kits for iOS/SwiftStream Chat is the easiest way to add messaging to your iOS app. High-level UI components connect the Stream Chat API with minimal coding.  Try Stream Chat free for 30 days https://gstrm.io/empowerapps or  apply for your Maker Account, free forever for qualifying teams https://gstrm.io/empowerappsmaker Try for freeBushel - the macOS virtual machine app for developersI'm looking for beta testers! For developers who want to be rigorous and uncompromising in their app testing. You can set up your virtual machine for almost any configuration, from a fresh, factory reset of the Ventura beta all the way back to Big Sur. Test, simulate, roll back and debug apps and scripts however you need to without worrying about destroying your machine. If you want to be invited to our first TestFlight, or even if you just want updates on Bushel, sign up at the website, and we will get in touch with you.swiftpackageindex.com is the place to find Swift packages.  over 5,000 packages indexed now, you'll find a package that can help.  help you make better decisions about your dependencies.  host DocC-based documentation for package authors. You can see how well maintained every package is, what platforms and Swift versions it's compatible with based on real-world build data, how many other dependencies it will bring in and much more. Unlike an open-source library, running an open-source website requires ongoing time for maintenance and supporting package authors in addition to the time we spend on new features. Our work is primarily funded by you - the Swift communityIf the site has helped you find a package, or if you want to support a community-run open-source project, please go to swiftpackageindex.com, look for the pink heart, and join over a hundred other people who support our work through GitHub sponsors.The Composable Architecture (TCA) Why is TCA so useful How does it take advantage of Combine and SwiftUI How does it work with UIKit How well does it work with developer teams How does async and await work with TCA Also how can you learn to talk backwards!Social MediaEmailleo@brightdigit.comGitHub - @brightdigitTwitter BrightDigit - @brightdigitLeo - @leogdionLinkedInLeoCreditsMusic from https://filmmusic.io"Blippy Trance" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com)License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

The Cigar Authority
Survey Says... The 2022 TCA Survey Results

The Cigar Authority

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 119:53 Very Popular


This week on The Cigar Authority broadcasting live from the Toscano Sound Stage in Salem, New Hampshire... SURVEY SAYS! The TCA 2022 Survey is in – let's see how you match up with our other listeners and viewers. Plus we have the results from Round 1 of the Wrapper Battle! We will fire up a the Rocky Patel World Championship Robusto from the Care Package in the first hour while in the cigar second hour we will debut the 2022 Cigar Bar collaboration between Rocky Patel & United Cigars. Join us for all of this and the usual suspects including the VS Question of the Week, Offer of the Day, Cigar News, The email of the week and a peek into the Asylum. The Cigar Authority is a member of the United Podcast Network and is recorded live in front of a studio audience at Studio 21 Podcast Cafe upstairs at Two Guys Smoke Shop in Salem, NH. The Cigar Authority broadcasts live on Saturday at 12noon on our website, TheCigarAuthority.com as well as Facebook Live, YouTube and is available on your favorite podcast catcher. #cigars #survey #wrappers

Conversations with Consequences
Ep. 181 Kevin Jones on Questionable Synod Art & Ashley McGuire Talks Pro-Family Bluey!

Conversations with Consequences

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 54:00


After controversial images were shared from the Vatican's synod social media account, Kevin Jones of Catholic News Agency joins with the latest--and what these listening sessions are all about. Dr. Grazie Christie speaks out against recent comments by Stacy Abrams calling a fetal heartbeat 'a manufactured sound.' TCA colleague Ashley McGuire also joins with a great analysis of a beautiful cartoon alternative for kids of all ages--Bluey! Father Roger Landry also offers an inspiring homily for this Sunday's Gospel! Catch the show every Saturday at 7amET/5pmET on EWTN radio!

It's Not Rocket Science! Five Questions Over Coffee
Five Questions Over Coffee with Travia Steward (ep. 64)

It's Not Rocket Science! Five Questions Over Coffee

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 13:26


Who is Travia Steward?Travia Steward shows people how to stop watching their life go by because they're either too afraid to take action or don't know what action to take. Most people are more willing to remain comfortable than to rise and go for it!Key Takeaways1. Being stuck is often the result of not having someone who can help you see where you are stuck2. Sometimes we can't change as we have a fixed mindset and that needs external viewpoints to move.Valuable Free Resource or ActionSee the free breakthrough starter Gift: https://bit.ly/3KgQkvhA video version of this podcast is available on YouTube : _________________________________________________________________________________________________Subscribe to our newsletter and get details of when we are doing these interviews live at https://TCA.fyi/newsletterFind out more about being a guest at : link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/beaguestSubscribe to the podcast at https://link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/podcastHelp us get this podcast in front of as many people as possible. Leave a nice five-star review at  apple podcasts : https://link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/apple-podcasts and on YouTube : https://link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/Itsnotrocketscienceatyt!Here's how you can bring your business to THE next level:1. Download my free resource on everything you need to grow your business on a single page : https://link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/1pageIt's a detailed breakdown of how you can grow your business to 7-figures in a smart and sustainable way2. Join The Complete Approach Facebook Group :  https://TCA.fyi/fb Connect with like-minded individuals who are all about growth and increasing revenue. It's a Facebook community where we make regular posts aimed at inspiring conversations in a supportive environment. It's completely free and purposely aimed at expanding and building networks.3. Join our Success to Soar Program and get TIME and FREEDOM. : https://link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/Success-to-SoarIf you're doing 10-50k a month right now: I'm working with a few business owners like you to change that, without working nights and weekends. If you'd like to get back that Time and still Scale, check the link above.4. Work with me privatelyIf you'd like to work directly with me and my team to take you from 5 figure to 6 and multi 6 figure months, whilst reducing reliance on you. Click on https://link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/DiscoveryCall  tell me about your business and what you'd like to work on together, and I'll get you all the details.————————————————————————————————————————————-TranscriptNote, this was transcribed using a transcription software and may not reflect the exact words used in the podcast)SUMMARY KEYWORDSbreakthrough, life, brendon burchard, fix, book, talking, mirror, action, question, picked, frightening prospect, listening, realise, journey, conference, thermostat, johari window, absolutely, area, stuckSPEAKERSStuart Webb, Travia StewardStuart Webb  00:24Hi, welcome back to five questions over coffee with Travis Stewart today. Travis is a breakthrough coach, I'm really looking forward to hearing. I'm hearing some of the story that Troy has about became a breakthrough coach because it is passionately I've seen it on the website Travia Welcome to It's not rocket science, five questions over coffee. I hope you're there with your drink ready a hand.Travia Steward  00:48I am Stuart, thank you so much for having me. I got a nice Four Sigmatic cup of coffee. And so yeah, I'm ready to go.Stuart Webb  00:57I wish I wish I could drink. It's afternoon for me, I wish I could drink coffee in the afternoon. I will be up all night. But that's not about me. It's a tribute. Tell us something about the sort of people that you work with? What are the problems that they that they are suffering with that, that you're trying to helpTravia Steward  01:14them with? Right? So I primarily work with both men and women, probably more women than men. But you know, people have been asking me, you know, my business coach is like, are you going to niche down and get more specific, but the clients that I have that come to me that I'm able to make a difference in their life, they are stuck. They are reactive to everyone around them. You know, I call it giving other people control of your thermostat. Like we were talking before the call like the, you know, our temperature thermostat in the house. It's like we give people permission to piss us off all the time. So I you know, help them control their own thermostat. But what happens is the people that I work with, they just one day have looked in the mirror and said, You know what? This is? I think there's just more. And so I help them peel back the layers of well, what does that more look like? What area of life is that more that you want? And I help them go after and achieve that. And that's what I do. And so like one woman described it, as, you know, trading, I'm sort of in a holding pattern, I help them get out of that holding pattern and take take action on their life.Stuart Webb  02:25Okay, I think you know, if that's the, if the niche is people who are stuck, that's the niche. That's right. So so so tell me, what are the things that some of those people have done before they seek help that haven't maybe worked for them? Or, you know, what, what are the, you know, people listening at the moment saying, I think I recognise it, what are they likely to have found themselves trying to do?Travia Steward  02:47Right? You know, and it's a lot of the same things that I found myself doing when I had the proverbial moment of looking in the mirror. I read books, I went on Amazon, I started doing conference after conference, you know, I did a lot of self help. But what I found was, those were band aids. And those were things that fix it temporarily, but did not get to the core of, well, why are you there to begin with? And so what I find is everybody tries to fix it and go, okay, and then we try to fix all the things at once, you know, I'm just going to fix my life. But you know, instead of going, well, maybe let's look at our health. Okay, maybe it's the relationship, maybe it's me. And so that's what I find that they're just trying to, you know, encompass every single thing at one time. And it's just, it's self help. I got this, I can do this. But we can't see our own blind spots. You need someone to see what you can't see.Stuart Webb  03:38Yeah, that's the old Johari Window, if I remember rightly, isn't it's, it's you there are there are certain things which you just do, which you just cannot find for yourself, somebody has to be looking in you and sort of pointing out, you know, do you realise in a certain situation, this is the behaviour you exhibit? You know, because you obviously, you're behaving in a particular way.Travia Steward  04:01Right, exactly. That's a good way to put it.Stuart Webb  04:04I love Yeah, it's, it's, it's something that was said to me a long time ago now. And somebody sort of did point something out. And I went, No, that's not right. You've got to be okay. And then I eventually realised you might have a point. And you sometimes you need somebody who just is got that sort of view, and your best interests at heart to just say, I think you ought to be aware of something.Travia Steward  04:24Absolutely. Yeah. Because I mean, we can't there's so many things we can't see. Because so many times I'm like, Oh, I didn't do that. Oh, here, you know what, here's my phone, look at the video. You Oh my god, I did do that. You know, for some reason, we have selective memory sometimes, right? Sometimes we just don't know.Stuart Webb  04:44So I think you've got a great free resource that can help us with some of the triggers. So so I'm gonna just put something on the screen now which I which I was gonna come up. Yes. Yeah. So this is a great resource that I think can help people who are in that position at the moment and would really love to sort of get get to somewhere different, tell us about this valuable free action.Travia Steward  05:05So this is my breakthrough to greatness guy. And what I have found in my work is that in the very beginning it as it takes you through a quiz of this, you know, your with your mindset, is it fixed? Is it growth, because, first of all, if we don't know, if we're stuck, like, I remember, when my mom was still alive, my mom, my mom was a diabetic. And she would call me she lived in New Orleans, and she would say, you know, and she'd be she, Hey, man, how you doing? And she'd be smacking in my ear? And I was like, What are you doing? You know, what are you eating, you're smacking, and she's like, Oh, I'm eating pecan pie. But you're diabetic. And she goes, I know, I'm just gonna take an insulin shot. I'm too old to change. Right? So that was an example of her having a fixed mindset. So if we don't know where we are to begin with, and we're so fixed and stuck in our ways, then the rest of the guys aren't even going to help us. Right? So then it's a it's a matter of looking at, what are the things that you really want to do, that you're fearful of? Where does that fear come from? And so he's just asked is just a very simple like three page guide. That's the beginning the foundation of, you know, let's start thinking about where I am. And what is it that stopping me, and this is an example of this is some quick action that you could take that goes, Okay, I want to get out there and write that book. But I'm afraid of what I'm afraid because my friends are going to say this, I'm afraid it's going to expose me to whatever that is. But it helps you to get down to the fear of what is that thing that's stopping you? And then a little bit of affirmation, work a little mindset work as to, okay, if I'm gonna step out and do that thing. What am I going to do? How am I going to take the action and able to do that? So it's just a quick thing. You know, I know people don't like long, you know, ebooks or anything like that. So it's just, it's a quick, it's a breakthrough guide that could start them on their journey.Stuart Webb  07:02Like the idea of a breakthrough guide. That's a really good one. That's a good one, as there been a particular book or course programme in your life that has affected you and taking you on this journey that you you'd like to share with us.Travia Steward  07:15You know, this is, this is the guy that did it, right. I picked up his high performance habits, Brendon Burchard. And everything about what Brendan stood for. I immediately loved like, this was a time in my life when I was still teaching high school theatre. And I, you know, looked in the mirror and said, There's got to be more than this, because I kind of, you know, run that full race. And it was time to switch chapters. And I picked up his book. And then you know, what you do is you go Google, oh, there's a conference coming to Phoenix. Oh, my goodness, wonderful. So I went to his conference. And I just started eating everything, just eating drinking Brendon Burchard. And he was the one that really lit that fire under me, initially. And it was his book, high performance habits, that really opened the door and said, Hey, welcome to my world. So yeah, it's him. And it's that book.Stuart Webb  08:15Everybody needs to file it somehow. Everybody needs.Travia Steward  08:20So good, so good. Yes. And he liked and he likes it, you know, and I've always said that when I come full circle, you know, and I'm throwing it out to the universe. Here we go. That I, you know, my first taste of being extraordinary. And being in the company of extraordinary people was at his High Performance Academy. And so to come full circle and a full evolution, declaring that I will speak on Brendon Burchard stage, and so that is the fire and then that's when I feel like oh my goodness, it's the full evolution, right of this journey for me.Stuart Webb  08:55When's that gonna happen? When's that gonna happen?Travia Steward  08:59You know, I would love for it to happen in the next three years. Terrific. Well, that's notStuart Webb  09:04something to pin. Yes, people. Three years time, we'll all be going and we'll be in that comfortable listening to track you're taking us through the journey that she's been on. And maybe she'll only do it for the first part, and she'll leave the three years from now until then it's all a second speech.Travia Steward  09:22Oh, I love it. I love it.Stuart Webb  09:25So there's there must be a question. You're suddenly thinking trivia that you're thinking, Well, why isn't he asked me about this? Because that's the real real question that really helps to focus them on what is the question that you'd like us to have discussed? And please, when, when you've asked it, answer it for us as well.Travia Steward  09:41Absolutely. So as I was talking about what the breakthrough guide, you know, the question would be someone's listening right now. And they're like, Okay, yeah, I've done the whole thing in the mirror. But where do I start? How do I begin to take action? That breakthrough guide will help but also The question is, where do I start? You take a life audit, if we had to go through the major areas of our life, like I would want someone to go, Okay, if I considered my life a 10, a 10, out of 10 being the best it could ever be, which area am I going to start with? And so it would be okay with my relationship with my marriage? Is it a 10? out of 10? Well, you know, it's a four because we're not communicating. Right. So what about my health? Do I feel good? Do I have the physique that I want? Well, you know what, that's an eight. Yeah, absolutely. What about my job? Do I love my job? Absolutely. That's a seven. So then if you're taking a life audit and go, Okay, if my lowest number, my lowest score is a four out of 10, that's where I should start. I should start where there's a bigger gap, there's a bigger deficit, so that we're not trying to run the whole gamut and trying to solve and fix everything one time, because most people are like, if I just fix him, I'm going to be I'm going to fix everything in my life. What's not true a lot of times it's not. So it's starting and choosing in one specific area. Let's start there. And then sometimes it's picking that area that goes, You know what, this one thing if I fix this with me, that can be a domino effect that could improve communication, improve my health, give me more discipline, give me more motivation, all the things. So I would say, where do I start? You start with a life audit auditing, where in your life you want to fix.Stuart Webb  11:29That is a really good piece of advice, JB I like that I like Ford, it is a well, it's a it's a frightening prospect as well, because that will expose them all of those things that you're thinking that something was gonna be fixed. And then challenge yourself to get the help you need in order to make those make those big breakthroughs, breakthrough to those those massive actions that you need in order to take to perform and performTravia Steward  11:56better. Absolutely, absolutely.Stuart Webb  11:59COVID. This has been a really interesting discussion. Thank you so much for spending a few few minutes with us. Absolutely. I really appreciate you spending a few minutes listening, I'm just going to put a scroll across the bottom now. I send out an email every Monday with who's coming out what they're going to be talking about. So you can get on to the live stream or onto the recording and download it later. So that you can actually pick up on some of this stuff. And this is the link you need to go to which is TCA dot FYI forward slash subscribe, the contact, you will get notification of who's coming up what they're gonna be talking about, and join the discussion. Trivia thank you so much for spending a few minutes with us really appreciate you sort of doing this and talking about some of the that real challenge that you need to challenge yourself with to make those breakthrough and I'm so I'm so pleased to be able to share with us. Oh, thankTravia Steward  12:49you so much for having me. It's been a pleasure. And thank you for allowing me I know you're in the evening to start my day having you know talking about things that I can talk about all day long, soStuart Webb  13:01no problem. So I'm going to try to speak to you again soon.Travia Steward  13:04Okay, thank you. Get full access to It's Not Rocket Science! at thecompleteapproach.substack.com/subscribe

Graine de Métamorphose
#17 Victoire Maçon Dauxerre : Jamais assez maigre

Graine de Métamorphose

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 32:57


Aujourd'hui dans Graine de Métamorphose, Agathe Lévêque reçoit Victoire Maçon Dauxerre, comédienne et ancienne mannequin.“Tu fais partie de ces filles qui peuvent tout manger sans prendre un gramme, quelle chance !”, “La fashion week est dans trois mois, tu as le temps de perdre du poids”, “Tu es canon ! Regardez comme elle a maigri! Vous avez vu comme elle est belle ?”. Voici un très petit florilège des réflexions que mon invitée du jour a pu entendre lors de sa carrière de mannequin. Des réflexions qu'une majorité des jeunes filles et jeunes femmes peuvent entendre à un moment ou un autre de leur vie. Des réflexions qui peuvent mener jusqu'à l'anorexie. En France, elle touche jusqu'à 1,5% des femmes contre 0,3% des hommes. Mon invitée du jour, ancienne mannequin aujourd'hui comédienne en a souffert jusqu'à manquer d'y laisser sa vie. Des années après, elle témoigne de cette descente aux enfers dans son livre “Jamais assez maigre”.Épisode #17Quelques-unes des questions à Victoire Maçon Dauxerre : Qu'est-ce que l'anorexie mentale ?Peut-on avoir une nature plus encline à tomber dans l'anorexie ?On a tendance à penser qu'une personne souffrant d'anorexie mentale est forcément maigre, en sous-poids, pourquoi est-ce réducteur et dangereux de penser comme ça ?C'est quelque part le retour de l'humanité dans ta vie qui t'a aussi permis de remonter la pente ?Aujourd'hui es-tu guérie de tes TCA ?Qui est mon invité du jour Victoire Maçon Dauxerre?Victoire Maçon Dauxerre est autrice, comédienne et ancienne mannequin. Dans son livre "Jamais assez maigre" paru aux éditions Les Arènes, elle témoigne de son combat contre l'anorexie mentale et du monde du mannequinat.Quelques citations du podcast avec Victoire Maçon Dauxerre :"On peut aussi souffrir d'anorexie sans être maigre.""Avec l'anorexie on se mange de l'intérieur.""Il faut aller à l'opposé du contrôle, accepter sa vulnérabilité et en faire une force.""On devrait peut-être se concentrer sur juste ce qui nous fait du bien pour nous et sans le regard des autres."Ressources :Le site créé par Victoire Maçon Dauxerre et Macha Pauvret-Lesnenko : www.hellopsycho.fr https://www.journeemondialetca.fr Rejoignez-nous sur notre nouveau site Internet et abonnez-vous à notre Newsletter www.metamorphosepodcast.comSoutenez notre podcast en rejoignant dès maintenant la Tribu Métamorphose : http://www.patreon.com/metamorphoseRetrouvez Graine de Métamorphose sur Apple Podcast / Spotify / Google Podcasts / Deezer / YouTube / SoundCloud / CastBox/ TuneIn.Suivez l'actualité des épisodes Métamorphose Podcast sur Instagram, découvrez l'invité de la semaine et des surprises ;-)InstagramPhoto DR Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast
Everything is An Experiment with Dr. Lola Day

Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 45:59


Dr. Lola Day is a busy mother, double-boarded physician, lifestyle strategist, and ADHD-trained life coach for ambitious women. She is a case example for people living with ADHD who want to accomplish more in their lives, tame their hyperfocus, and tune their internal engines.But she's found that along the way, what she runs into the most with her ADHD clients is a standard of achievement defined by stress and burnout, women dedicated to results at significant cost to their health and well-being.She believes with the right systems and strategies, all women can live wholesome, healthy, and fulfilled lives without overwhelm and without sacrificing their goals, passion, or family, and she joins us this week to talk about how she channels her work into LollieTasking!Links & Notes LollieTasking Connect with Dr. Lola Day on Twitter 00:00 - Welcome to The ADHD Podcast 01:09 - Support the Show: Become a Patron! 02:08 - Sponsor: TextExpander 04:18 - Group Coaching is Coming Back to TCA! 05:23 - Introducing Dr. Lola Day 10:45 - What toll, ADHD? 14:41 - Adapting to ADHD 18:21 - Adding more to a full boat 26:05 - Working with Women 30:24 - Rest 35:37 - Balance and Delegation 42:34 - LollieTasking 44:29 - Learn More! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Métamorphose, le podcast qui éveille la conscience
#17 Victoire Maçon Dauxerre : Jamais assez maigre

Métamorphose, le podcast qui éveille la conscience

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 33:05


Aujourd'hui dans Graine de Métamorphose, Agathe Lévêque reçoit Victoire Maçon Dauxerre, comédienne et ancienne mannequin.“Tu fais partie de ces filles qui peuvent tout manger sans prendre un gramme, quelle chance !”, “La fashion week est dans trois mois, tu as le temps de perdre du poids”, “Tu es canon ! Regardez comme elle a maigri! Vous avez vu comme elle est belle ?”. Voici un très petit florilège des réflexions que mon invitée du jour a pu entendre lors de sa carrière de mannequin. Des réflexions qu'une majorité des jeunes filles et jeunes femmes peuvent entendre à un moment ou un autre de leur vie. Des réflexions qui peuvent mener jusqu'à l'anorexie. En France, elle touche jusqu'à 1,5% des femmes contre 0,3% des hommes. Mon invitée du jour, ancienne mannequin aujourd'hui comédienne en a souffert jusqu'à manquer d'y laisser sa vie. Des années après, elle témoigne de cette descente aux enfers dans son livre “Jamais assez maigre”.Épisode #17Quelques-unes des questions à Victoire Maçon Dauxerre : Qu'est-ce que l'anorexie mentale ?Peut-on avoir une nature plus encline à tomber dans l'anorexie ?On a tendance à penser qu'une personne souffrant d'anorexie mentale est forcément maigre, en sous-poids, pourquoi est-ce réducteur et dangereux de penser comme ça ?C'est quelque part le retour de l'humanité dans ta vie qui t'a aussi permis de remonter la pente ?Aujourd'hui es-tu guérie de tes TCA ?Qui est mon invité du jour Victoire Maçon Dauxerre?Victoire Maçon Dauxerre est autrice, comédienne et ancienne mannequin. Dans son livre "Jamais assez maigre" paru aux éditions Les Arènes, elle témoigne de son combat contre l'anorexie mentale et du monde du mannequinat.Quelques citations du podcast avec Victoire Maçon Dauxerre :"On peut aussi souffrir d'anorexie sans être maigre.""Avec l'anorexie on se mange de l'intérieur.""Il faut aller à l'opposé du contrôl, accepter sa vulnérabilité et en faire une force.""On devrait peut-être se concentrer sur juste ce qui nous fait du bien pour nous et sans le regard des autres."Ressources : https://www.journeemondialetca.frhttps://hellopsycho.frRejoignez-nous sur notre nouveau site Internet et abonnez-vous à notre Newsletter www.metamorphosepodcast.comSoutenez notre podcast en rejoignant dès maintenant la Tribu Métamorphose : http://www.patreon.com/metamorphoseRetrouvez Graine de Métamorphose sur Apple Podcast / Spotify / Google Podcasts / Deezer / YouTube / SoundCloud / CastBox/ TuneIn.Suivez l'actualité des épisodes Métamorphose Podcast sur Instagram, découvrez l'invité de la semaine et des surprises ;-)InstagramPhoto DR Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

El Manual de Mamá
77. ¿Cómo enseñarle a nuestros hijos a tener una relación sana con su cuerpo y con la comida?

El Manual de Mamá

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 34:08


En este episodio vamos a hablar sobre cómo enseñar a nuestros hijos a aceptar su cuerpo y tener una relación sana con la comida. Junto con Natalia Corró (@nataliacorrodlg), vamos a hablar sobre cómo enseñarle a nuestros hijos desde chiquitos a aceptar su cuerpo y tener una buena relación con la comida, cómo hablarle a nuestros hijos si están en sobrepeso y cómo manejamos comentarios de otros niños hacia nuestros hijos sobre su cuerpo.  Natalia es panameña y estudió psicología en American University. Luego hizo una maestría en psicología clínica de niños y adolescentes y en la Universidad de Buenos Aires tomó materias de posgrado sobre Trastornos de Conducta Alimentaria. Natalia atiende pacientes con TCA o que buscan tener un mejor manejo de la comida. Ha atendido a niñas de 6 años que empiezan a sentir inseguridad por su cuerpo y reciben críticas por no ser delgadas. Es mamá y tiene un hijo de 1 año y 6 meses. INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/elmanualdemamas/ NOTAS DEL EPISODIO: https://www.elmanualdemama.com/podcast/e77

Al Contrario
16 - Viviendo con un Desorden Alimenticio

Al Contrario

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 61:49


Para este episodio quisimos hablar sobre los TCA: Trastornos de Conducta Alimentaria, también conocidos como Desordenes Alimenticios. Paola contó su experiencia viviendo con este trastorno con el fin de poder ayudar a alguien más que este pasando por esto o hacer conciencia a todas las personas que nos escuchan que quizá conocen a alguien que este pasando por un TCA. Join the club!

Feliz sin medidas
Ep. 46 | Que es ser un profesional no centrado en el peso

Feliz sin medidas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 59:45


En este episodio tenemos invitadas muy especiales para una charla acerca de como es ser un profesional no centrado en el peso. Link al curso de TCA: https://joyfulnutricion.lpages.co/curso-tca/ Estamos en instagram como: @joyfulnutrición

Let's Talk TCA Podcast
Keeping Students Safe at TCA :: Episode 20

Let's Talk TCA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 25:44


On today's podcast episode, our host Cynthia Yanof speaks with TCA Director of Campus Security David Smith. We learn about TCA's multilayer approach to keeping students safe, but even more, we hear his Campus Safety Team's commitment to our school. David Smith started at TCA in April 2018 and is a retired Dallas police officer with 32 years of experience in law enforcement. School safety has changed over the last 15 to 20 years, and the emphasis on safety has increased. Safety is extremely important to parents and our school administration. Campus safety and security begin with praying over our school, but we cannot be naïve; we must also be prepared. Because of the types of families at TCA, David says this changes his team's role from policing kids to protecting them. We have an Addison police officer on campus from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Campus Safety Team has grown, and we now have five full-time and one part-time employees who are all retired Dallas police officers. The combined experience of this team is over 150 years. The team is visible on campus in carpool and throughout the day. We have a new campus fence that will protect our campus after hours and during the day. The gate will help us provide safety and security on campus. All building doors on campus are locked as well. MS and US students have access cards or devices to access the doors. All LS students are escorted across campus. Visitors to campus must sign in and wear a name badge on campus. All classrooms can also be secured as well. We have a layered communications approach which includes training for all TCA employees with access to the PA system. The Campus Safety Team also monitors communication across campus, and TCA uses an emergency communications app and panic button through Titan HST. It is an invaluable communication tool for our campus. The safety attitude of the team is that they are the spear and the shield. They will put their lives on the line and put themselves in harm's way to neutralize any threat on campus and to keep our students safe. Please reach out to David Smith with any safety concerns.

The Criminology Academy
Ep. 55 Is One Question Enough? A Holistic Approach to Studying Health and Reentry (and publishing with your bestie) with BFFs Chantal Fahmy and Meghan Mitchell

The Criminology Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 73:30


This week we have an exciting episode! Good friends of TCA and real life besties, Chantal Fahmy, a professor at University of Texas-San Antonio's Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice, and Meghan Mitchell, a professor at the University of North Dakota's Department of Criminal Justice, talk to Jenn and Jose about their work on prison reentry and health. Specifically, we discuss why using one question to study people's health may not be enough. They also discuss healthcare while incarcerated and what some of the factors for success or unsuccessful reentry might be. Finally, we close the episode with a chat on what it's like to publish with your best friend.    You can find Chantal Fahmy on Twitter @ChantalFahmy. She has been published in journals such as Social Science & Medicine, Crime & Delinquency, and Journal of Criminal Justice.  You can find Meghan Mitchell on Twitter @meghanmmitchell. She has been published in journals such as Journal of Quantitative Criminology, Journal of Crime and Justice, and Journal of Experimental Criminology. 

¿De qué tiene hambre tu vida?®
E319 - ¿Desde dónde trabajas el Hambre Emocional?

¿De qué tiene hambre tu vida?®

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 29:06


Colegas profesionales de la salud: ¿desde dónde abordan el Hambre Emocional? En este episodio les comparto la diferencia entre trabajar con el Hambre Emocional desde la cultura de las dietas y desde una visión compasiva e informada en trauma Masterclass Hambre Emocional desde una visión de trauma https://www.psicoalimentacion.com/webinarsprofesionalesFormación Herramientas Terapéuticas para el Hambre Emocionalhttps://www.psicoalimentacion.com/hambreemocionalOtros episodio para complementar:241 - En defensa del Hambre EmocionalMENTORÍA Y SUPERVISIÓN PARA PFORESIONALEShttps://www.psicoalimentacion.com/mentoriaCONECTA CONMIGOInstagram @psicoalimentacion https://www.instagram.com/psicoalimentacion/ Instagram @anaariz http://bit.ly/33MLEsTFacebook @AnaArizmendiFanPage http://bit.ly/2Z7GNniYouTube http://bit.ly/2XYWI6nSupport the show

PICU Doc On Call
A Somnolent Toddler

PICU Doc On Call

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 28:57


Welcome to PICU Doc On Call, A Podcast Dedicated to Current and Aspiring Intensivists. I'm Pradip Kamat coming to you from Children's Healthcare of Atlanta/Emory University School of Medicine and I'm Rahul Damania from Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital. We are two Pediatric ICU physicians passionate about all things MED-ED in the PICU. PICU Doc on Call focuses on interesting PICU cases & management in the acute care pediatric setting so let's get into our episode: Welcome to our Episode: A Somnolent Toddler. Here's the case: A 2 yo M presents to the PICU after being found increasingly sleepy throughout the day. The toddler is otherwise previously healthy and was noted to be in his normal state of health prior to today. The mother dropped the toddler off at his Grandmother's home early this morning. Grandmother states that he was playing throughout the day, and she noticed around lunchtime the toddler stumbles around and acts more sleepy. She states that this was around his nap time so she did not feel it was too out of the ordinary. The toddler 1 hr later was still very sleepy, and the grandmother noticed that the toddler had some shallow breathing. She called mother very concerned as she also found her purse open where she typically keeps her pills. The grandmother has a history of MI and afib as well as hypertension. She is prescribed a multitude of medications. Given the child's increased lethargy, the grandmother presents the patient to the ED. In the ED, the child is noted to be afebrile with HR 55 & RR of 18. His blood pressure is 78/40. On exam he has minimal reactivity to his pupils, he has shallow breathing and laying still on the bed. A POC glucose is 68 mg/dL. Acute resuscitation is begun and the patient presents to the PICU. To summarize key elements from this case, this patient has: Drowsiness Bradycardia Normotension This is in the setting of being at grandma's home and having access to many medications Given the hemodynamic findings and CNS obtundation, this patient's presentation brings up concern for a clonidine or beta-blocker ingestion. This episode will be organized: Beta-Blocker poisoning We will also examine other medications that potentially can be toxic to a toddler (one pill can kill) present in Grandma's purse which include: TCA, CCB, Opioids, oral anti-diabetic agents, digoxin, etc. The presence of a grandparent is a risk factor for unintentional pediatric exposure to pharmaceuticals commonly referred to as the Granny Syndrome. Grandparents' medications account for 10% to 20% of unintentional pediatric intoxications in the United States. To kids, all pills look like candy. Let's start with a multiple choice. An overdose of which of the following medications may mimic the presentation of Metoprolol overdose? A. Verapamil toxicity B. Ketamine toxicity C. Valium toxicity D. Lithium toxicity The correct answer is A, verapamil toxicity. Verapamil is a non DHP CCB. It acts at the level of the SA and AV node similar to Metoprolol, a beta-1-specific antagonist. Both cause bradycardia and AV node block. Valium though a CNS depressant, can cause CV depression as well, however, would have fewer changes on the conduction system compared to a non-DHP CCB.  What is the mechanism of toxicity with beta-blockers? Beta-blockers are competitive inhibitors at beta-adrenergic binding sites, which results in decreased production of intracellular cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP) with a resultant blunting of multiple metabolic and cardiovascular effects of circulating catecholamines. They attenuate the effect of adrenergic catecholamines on the heart Decrease inotropic and chronotropic response. Some drugs like Propranolol can act as Na channel blockers (myocyte membrane stabilizing activity) at high doses resulting in arrhythmias and seizures. Toxic doses of drugs like Sotalol can result in K channel blockade giving rise to prolonged QT and risk for...

Studio Psy Paris Podcast
60. TCA Et Réappropriation De Son Corps Avec Irina

Studio Psy Paris Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 51:14


Comment vit on son corps quand on ne l'aime pas ? Comment dépasser ses complexes, ses troubles du comportement alimentaire ? Comment on peut apprendre à aimer son corps ? Aujourd'hui, je suis avec mon amie Irina avec qui nous partageons notre expérience autour des TCA et de comment nous en sommes sorties ! Pour retrouver Irina : https://www.instagram.com/omalabyirina/ Club des Fauves : https://amefauve.podia.com/club-des-fauves Pour réserver ton appel découverte : https://sarah-ame-fauve.youcanbook.me Retrouvez Âme Fauve : https://www.instagram.com/amefauve/ https://www.facebook.com/amefauveparis https://www.tiktok.com/@ame_fauve

Bee Yourself - Le podcast
63. le piège de l'alimentation intuitive (et comment s'en sortir)

Bee Yourself - Le podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 42:49


L'alimentation intuitive est un processus en 10 étapes pour retrouver le mangeur intuitif que nous étions à la naissance. Le première étape est de rejeter la culture des régimes. Cela passe par le fait de se donner la permission inconditionnelle de manger, qui est une permission physique ET mental donc le piège est de ne pas réussir à se la donner mentalement. Dans cet épisode, je vous propose des solutions pour apprendre à faire ce travail au niveau physique mais surtout mental. Ressources citées dans l'épisode :  Live instagram avec @annepio zpsy Post instagram  Participer à l'atelier du mois de septembre  pour relire son histoire avec les régimes et l'alimentation et identifier ce qui vous pose problème aujourd'hui dans votre relation à l'alimentation et comment avancer Travailler avec moi : Rejoindre Date my Plate,  programme en complète autonomie Rejoindre l'abonnement Bee You  Prendre rendez-vous pour une consultation   Si tu as des questions, n'hésites pas à me les poser ici  Si tu veux recevoir une dose d'inspiration tous les mardis dans ta boîte mail, n'hésites pas à rejoindre ma newsletter Tu peux me retrouver sur instagram ou facebook pour papoter anytime !!

La pause Fitness
Un Kitkat sain ? Manger des insectes et transpirer son cortisol

La pause Fitness

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 36:08


Aujourd'hui, nous allons parler de Kitkat, d'insectes, de nutri-score et de transpiration. **NOUVEAU : TCA la peur dans l'assiette ** Sommaire  Végétalien à friction Nutri-score insuffisant Manger des insectes La transpiration, biofeedback de demain  TCA la peur dans l'assiette    LIENS À SUIVRE : **NOUVEAU : TCA la peur dans l'assiette ** Posez votre question ici : https://forms.gle/crKHTwFF62iZxeuo9 […] The post Un Kitkat sain ? Manger des insectes et transpirer son cortisol appeared first on Fitnessmith.

The Connected Accountant
31. CFO Check-In Calls

The Connected Accountant

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 7:21


Your monthly or quarterly CFO calls with clients have to stay strategic! But what about:

Maintenant, vous savez
Qu'est-ce que l'orthorexie, cette obsession de manger sainement ?

Maintenant, vous savez

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 4:10


Du latin "orthos", correct, et "orexis", appétit, l'orthorexie c'est tout simplement le fait de vouloir manger sainement à tout prix. Dans cet épisode, on vous parle de ce trouble alimentaire qui inquiète les professionnels de santé. D'après la Fondation pour la Recherche Médicale, environ 10% de la population française serait touchée par un trouble du comportement alimentaire ou TCA. Dans ces 10%, 90% sont des jeunes femmes. On connaît bien aujourd'hui l'anorexie, la boulimie ou encore l'hyperphagie qui sont les troubles les plus diagnostiqués. Mais il en existe un bien plus insidieux, qui se niche dans nos habitudes alimentaires et quotidiennes alors que l'on cherche juste à être en meilleure santé : l'orthorexie. Mais manger sain, ce n'est pas recommandé par les médecins ? Quelles sont les conséquences de l'orthorexie ? Et comment savoir si j'en souffre ? Ecoutez la suite de cet épisode de "Maintenant vous savez". Un podcast écrit et réalisé par Maële Diallo. A écouter aussi : Qu'est-ce que la santé mentale ? Qu'est-ce que le trouble anxieux généralisé ? Qu'est-ce que l'alcoolisme mondain ? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Comiendo con María (Nutrición)
1353. Fitoterapia.

Comiendo con María (Nutrición)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 18:19


La fitoterapia es denominada según la OMS, como medicina tradicional y complementaria, y que sigue practicándose, en mayor o menor frecuencia, en todas partes del mundo.Es necesario tener en cuenta los siguientes puntos:- El principal campo de acción de la fitoterapia son las afecciones leves y moderadas.- La frecuencia y severidad de los riesgos asociados a los medicamentos fitoterápicos es menor que en otro tipo de medicamentos. Sin embargo, no están exentos de posibles efectos adversos, interacciones, contraindicaciones y otros riesgos.- Existen diferentes niveles de evidencia de la eficacia, cada uno de los cuales se considera apto para la demostración de un determinado nivel de indicaciones.Infusiones: Las infusiones son bebidas elaboradas mediante hierbas. No provienen del arbusto del té y por lo tanto no reciben este nombre, de la misma manera, que tampoco contienen teína. - Manzanilla: es una hierba que tiene numerosas propiedades y beneficios, centrándonos en el ámbito de la nutrición, es de gran ayuda cuando nos encontramos ante trastornos digestivos como pueden ser; dolor de estómago, indigestión, dispepsia, cólicos, flatulencias y diarreas. Esto es gracias a su acción antibacteriana y antiespasmódica.También mejora afecciones de las vías urinarias como son la cistitis, gracias a su efecto diurético. Por lo tanto la manzanilla es una infusión que podemos preparar sobre todo aquellos días que tengamos malestar estomacal.- Tila: esta planta ha estado muy presente históricamente en curas muy diversas como en el caso de los cuadros gripales gracias a su poder antiinflamatorio y antitusivo. Pero también tiene una gran acción diurética y calma la ansiedad, y por lo tanto, puede ser de gran ayuda en procesos como el de la pérdida de peso.- Menta poleo: la menta poleo tiene grandes beneficios a nivel digestivo también, ya que mejora los cólicos, el malestar estomacal, flatulencias y estreñimiento, además es muy recomendable en mujeres con problemas menstruales, ya que estimula y favorece el flujo menstrual. Pese a sus beneficios es importante recordar, que siempre se debe consultar su uso en etapas como el embarazo, ya que puede producir contraindicaciones como hepatotoxicidad.- Valeriana: esta planta tiene beneficios muy diversos y completos. Muy útil en SII, ya que gracias a su capacidad antiespasmódica y sedante. También es recomendable tomar en mujeres que sufran trastornos con la menopausia.- Tomillo: el tomillo es una planta de esencia digestiva, favorece la digestión gracias también a su acción antiespasmódica. Además, la esencia de esta planta ayuda a abrir el apetito. Por lo tanto, es muy útil para aquellas personas que les cueste abrir el apetito, o cuando tratemos con algún tipo de TCA.También hay estudios que demuestran tener una alta efectividad en tratamientos de dolor menstrual, comparando su eficacia antiinflamatoria con la de medicamentos como el ibuprofeno.Té: - Té verde: contiene diversas propiedades beneficiosas para la salud. Es extremadamente conocido por su gran capacidad antioxidante al contener una sustancia llamada ECGC, presente en la catequinas, y se muestra eficaz en la prevención de distintos cánceres.Además, también es un estimulante suave y mejora el rendimiento físico. Permitiéndonos obtener hasta un 4% más de energía durante la práctica de actividad física intensa y así favoreciendo a la quema de grasa.- Té negro: El té negro tiene distintos beneficios para el organismo. En primer lugar tiene una gran capacidad antioxidante, ya que contiene polifenoles, componentes naturales que ayudan a la oxidación de las células. Cabe destacar, que el té negro contiene una dosis importante de flúor que previene la aparición de caries dental también.- Té blanco: el té blanco también tiene propiedades antioxidantes y protege la salud cardiovascular. Ayuda a proteger al organismo de los radicales libres, unas estructuras que causan desequilibrios en las células y por lo tanto las protege de enfermedades tales como el cáncer. También reduce el riesgo de resistencia a la insulina gracias a los polifenoles y por lo tanto protege de patologías como la diabetes tipo II.- Té matcha: el té matcha tiene diversos beneficios. Al igual que los demás tés contiene propiedades antioxidantes y también algunos estudios indican que el consumo de té matcha favorece la protección hepática.

The Criminology Academy
Ep. 54 If An Academic Job Ain't For you, We Got You! The Industry/Alt-Academic Job Market with Cherrell Green, Raven Simonds, Zach Drake

The Criminology Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 63:23


A few weeks ago we talked about navigating the academic job market. However, we know that this career path is not what everyone who is getting a PhD wants to do. This week we speak with Cherrell Green, Raven Simonds, and Zach Drake about navigating the job market for non-academic jobs. Cherrell works for Justice System Partners, Raven for the New York City Criminal Justice Agency, and Zach for Nuspire. Our guests dropped a ton of knowledge at TCA. From discussion their potential paths with advisors, to setting up documentation and applications, to the work itself. 

It's Not Rocket Science! Five Questions Over Coffee
Five Questions Over Coffee with Dr Deborah Fryer (ep. 62)

It's Not Rocket Science! Five Questions Over Coffee

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 24:25


Who is Dr Fryer?Dr Deborah Fryer is a money mindset mentor, spiritual business coach, and creator of the Anatomy of MoneyTM system for holistic wealth and well being. She helps heart-centered entrepreneurs breakthrough subconscious mental, emotional and financial blocks so they can create sustainable, 6- or 7-figure businesses with ease, speed, and confidence (without working harder, feeling guilty, downplaying your success, or selling your soul).Key Takeaways1. Tapping has been clinically shown to reduce and even eventually eliminate the pattern of trauma and stress. It has been tested extensively with people who have PTSD. And it has been shown that tapping can cut through these nervous system patterns to create a system that responds with ease with safety with calm, overwhelm and confusion and angst.2. If you tell your subconscious mind, here are things I'm grateful for, it's going to find more things to be grateful for. And all of a sudden, you will be living in this world that's overflowing with abundance and opportunity.3. If you really want to change your mindset, if you really want to change your mind, you've got to decide. not to keep doing the same thing over and over and getting the same results and getting more and more frustrated.Valuable Free Resource or ActionSee the free book at https://deborahfryer.mykajabi.com/turn-on-your-tapA video version of this podcast is available on YouTube : Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/video/event/urn:li:ugcPost:6937449028682964992/_________________________________________________________________________________________________Subscribe to our newsletter and get details of when we are doing these interviews live at https://TCA.fyi/newsletterFind out more about being a guest at : link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/beaguestSubscribe to the podcast at https://link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/podcastHelp us get this podcast in front of as many people as possible. Leave a nice five-star review at  apple podcasts : https://link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/apple-podcasts and on YouTube : https://link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/Itsnotrocketscienceatyt!Here's how you can bring your business to THE next level:1. Download my free resource on everything you need to grow your business on a single page : https://link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/1pageIt's a detailed breakdown of how you can grow your business to 7-figures in a smart and sustainable way2. Join The Complete Approach Facebook Group :  https://TCA.fyi/fb Connect with like-minded individuals who are all about growth and increasing revenue. It's a Facebook community where we make regular posts aimed at inspiring conversations in a supportive environment. It's completely free and purposely aimed at expanding and building networks.3. Join our Success to Soar Program and get TIME and FREEDOM. : https://link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/Success-to-SoarIf you're doing 10-50k a month right now: I'm working with a few business owners like you to change that, without working nights and weekends. If you'd like to get back that Time and still Scale, check the link above.4. Work with me privatelyIf you'd like to work directly with me and my team to take you from 5 figure to 6 and multi 6 figure months, whilst reducing reliance on you. Click on https://link.thecompleteapproach.co.uk/DiscoveryCall  tell me about your business and what you'd like to work on together, and I'll get you all the details.————————————————————————————————————————————-TranscriptNote, this was transcribed using a transcription software and may not reflect the exact words used in the podcast)SUMMARY KEYWORDSpeople, money, stressed, realise, create, gratitude, concentric circles, conscious mind, tapping, habitually, detour, deborah, feel, book, mind, body, grateful, constriction, internal, nervous systemSPEAKERSStuart Webb, Dr Deborah FryerStuart Webb  00:23Hi, and welcome back to it's not rocket science five questions over coffee. I'm here today with Deborah fryer PhD. Welcome Dr. fryer to the to the podcast, we're looking forward to a really good conversation. There is a money mindset mentor, a spiritual business coach, and creator of the anatomy of money system for holistic wealth and well being, as he helps heart centred entrepreneurs breakthrough subconscious mental, and emotional and financial blocks so they can create sustainable six or seven figure businesses with easy speed and confidence. So that's really great news. I'm really looking forward to this conversation. Welcome to the podcast. Deborah,Dr Deborah Fryer  01:03thanks so much for having me.Stuart Webb  01:05Really appreciate your time. So I mean, I've just given you that introduction. And I guess it does, say who you're trying to help, but Who's your ideal client? What is the what is the problem they've got that you're trying to help them to solve?Dr Deborah Fryer  01:19People come to me because they want to make more money, or they have really great jobs, they're already making great money, but they're feeling kind of empty inside, they're feeling burned out, they're feeling like they'd really love to quit a corporate job or some job that they're in, that isn't fulfilling them at the soul level, they're making great money, but they're trading their time or our or they're contributing in ways that feel inauthentic or not allowing them to live up to their potential. So there's some rub, there's some way that either you're not making the kind of money that you want to make, and you're feeling very discontent and frustrated and anxious and stressed about it. Or you're making great money. And you're still feeling discontented and frustrated and stressed. So people come to me because they have an issue with money. And what they discover very quickly is that money is a very powerful, pristine, clear mirror that's reflecting back to us. Our relationship with ourselves.Stuart Webb  02:24Yeah, it's all about self worth journey. It's all about understanding how you become a friend to what you want to do and how you discover that, isn't it? And I guess that leads me to question which is so what is it you find those people have tried to do prior to meeting you in order to solve some of those problems?Dr Deborah Fryer  02:45What I discover that people have tried to do what I myself tried to do for many years until I realised there was another way that's way easier, and way faster, and way more rewarding. What we all try to do is we look out at external conditions for our self worth. We look at the paycheck number one, how much money am I making as if that's a reflection of how worthy I am as if that validates my contribution. And we've often wittingly outsourced our validation to some thing, some person, some experience, some condition that we don't control. And that leaves us feeling very disempowered. Because if you're my boss, and I need you to say, Debra, we're going to pay you, whatever the amount is, you've decided how much I'm worth, not me. And if you say oh, we're not going to give you a raise, then I might misperceive Oh, I guess I don't deserve more. And, and it just gets really twisted. And we do this all the time we project onto other people, I need you to like me, I need you to approve of me, I need you to give me more time or give me more money or give me more respect or pay more attention to me or whatever it is, without realising I could fulfil my needs directly. If I stopped looking out there for validation.Stuart Webb  04:13Great message. I love it. I love it. I you know, I know we're going to come on to, to to this, you know, you, you've got a very interesting sort of link that I think we can all go to now and have a look and understand how that how some of what you're saying could be applied to us Can Can you talk us through what it is you've got at this site? And I know, we're going to create a slightly easier link for people to be able to download or get to this link when I put it in the showDr Deborah Fryer  04:42notes. Yeah, so the link that is flashing before you right now is for a free book that I wrote. That's all about understanding the inner terrain of your body because the conscious mind which scientists say controls about 5% of our thoughts or beliefs or habits and which then goes to create, what we feel about something, the emotions we have about it. And the feelings and the emotions that are generated from the thought will lead us to take a particular action. And that particular action because of how we're all wired. Because we all have a negativity bias, those particular actions, which we're conditioned to take, feel like constriction, feel like pressure, feel like tension, feel like I'm going to be in trouble. at the root level, all of us, pick up, absorb, interpret, perceive feedback from our environment, and our environment is what we're born into. And so if people use a particular tone of voice, we assume, Oh, this means I'm lovable, or that means I'm not lovable. If we cry, it might mean, this means they're going to pick me up and love me. Or it might mean, this means they're going to say Go to your room. Right. So we either learned that crying is beneficial, or that crying is punitive. And neither is true. You know, we cry because we're feeling something but we learn we're not allowed to express freely, we learn to express in a very conditional manner. And the result of that is that we, we shut off parts of ourselves. And so I think of it like a GPS. When you get in your car, or wherever you might be walking, when you're going from where you are to where you want to go, you set your GPS, which tells you multiple routes you can take, and you can take the scenic route, you can take the toll road, you can take the fastest route, it's up to you to choose which way you want to go. So you pick the route. And you start on the route, whether you're walking, biking, driving, it matters not you start on the route. And the GPS will tell you, Oh, here's a detour. Here's a place where there's a lot of congestion. And it might be yellow or red on your GPS, you know, I'm talking about this makes sense. You get to the part where it's yellow, or red, and all of a sudden, the traffic is at a standstill where the crowd is packed, and you just cannot move forward. This happens in our bodies, and it happens automatically and unconsciously. And it operates below the level of conscious awareness, which is the mind looking for? How can I fix this? What's wrong with this in the mind is really quick to analyse and, and, you know, figure out what's wrong and compartmentalise and see things as good or bad or right or wrong. But you're feeling an ancient ancient feeling that the mind doesn't vibrate at the same rate as the body. So the conscious mind cannot address this construction. So let's say you're trying to break six figures, you're trying to break seven figures, you've got a money goal, and you're heading for it, your conscious mind says I got the strategy, I got the funnels, I got the automation, I got the digital today that I need, because I think I need all these things in order to get this result. But internally 95% of the rest of you that's not operating from your conscious mind. In other words, the 95% of you that is operating in your body from nervous system, programming and conditioning and grudges, and resentments, and reactions and experiences, and they got mad at me and I shouldn't do that. And nobody in my family ever made that much money, and I grew up in poverty. And when I make this much money, all that stuff is gonna get activated. The minute you think about breaking through to seven figures. And because all that stuff gets activated, it's going to be constriction, and it will show up in very specific places in your body. And that constriction is just like a traffic jam. So you're on your way from here to here. But all of a sudden, you can't get there because there's so much constriction. And so what tapping does is it magically dissolves those nervous system patterns that are encoded, that are automatic and unconscious. We don't even know where it came from. All of a sudden, we just feel in our solar plexus. We feel it in the throat, or we feel it in the heart, right? We just feel this clamping down of No, no, no, you're not going to get through you cannot do that. And tapping has been clinically shown to reduce and even eventually eliminate the pattern of trauma and stress. It has been tested extensively with people who have PTSD. And it has been shown that tapping can cut through these nervous system patterns to create a system that responds with ease with safety with calm, overwhelm and confusion and angst.Stuart Webb  10:07I've said it so many times to people that I've spoken to if if only the world and most of the people in the world realised that stress was entirely self induced, we would we would start to break through so much quicker and so many ways. We just don't get that we don't we believe that it's come from outside. We believe it's this, we believe, is that, because I thought so trying to sort of work out? Well, it must be that it can't possibly be internal, because we don't understand the internal anatomy toDr Deborah Fryer  10:34it. Yeah, we're so looking out there, right? Like, oh, it's, I'm stressed because the economy this or I'm stressed, because my boss wouldn't give me a raise, or I'm stressed because my husband, whatever, right? We're so looking out there and blaming things out there. Because it's way easier than to look in here and realise, oh, I created that. Why did I create that for myself?Stuart Webb  10:57And it's painful, those limiting beliefs, isn't it? You know, I can't possibly do that. Because, right? It's not, it's got nothing to do with the fact that when I was small, my mom used to say to me, well, that's not something we do around here. Without ever, it's certainly not that it's got to be the fact that the marketing funnel just isn't working today, we've got to get that right. And then it will be fine. Right? I, you know, I, I often, I often do get into these discussions, I had one business owner the other day, and he was just saying, you know, I just need to get more sales. And I just need a marketing manager to do that. And I looked at him and went, are you sure that's the only problem around here and it was going well, I can't think of anything else it could be. And I thought it could actually be you. But I'm not gonna get into that today, we're gonna deal with that on another day. So we have to start looking sort of, in concentric circles, starting with ourselves around us, don't weDr Deborah Fryer  11:48totally, I love that concentric circle. idea, because it really applies to the body. Out at the external, people perceive me a particular way. And so I feel like, I need to fill in the blank. I need to dye my hair, I don't dye my hair. But if I, you know, if I were responding to, I don't want people to think I'm XYZ, I might choose that I need to wear makeup, I need to weigh a certain amount, I need to look a certain way. Right? Because of what they're gonna think of me. And I've given my energy and my attention to what they're gonna think of me. Okay, then the next. So that's, that's like an external layer, right? It's how do people see me? And then do people see like this? Or do they see the energy coming from me? And if they're seeing the energy coming from me, what does that look like? What does that feel like? How does that flow through me. And that's really what this work is about, that I'm doing with my clients is to is to help them go directly or in a more efficient and joyful and pleasurable way from where they are to where they want to go. And, you know, we take the detour, because there's something there that we need to say, we take the detour into self loathing, or self judgement, or self criticism, or self harm, or self abuse. Notice all these words, start with self. Because we're taking these detours into parts of ourselves. We're, we're bumping into our own conditioning, which is part of me, right, you and I have very different circumstances. But I know from having worked with 1000s of people, that our nervous systems all respond in the same way. And they respond by setting off an alarm saying Danger, danger. Don't do that. Don't do that. Who do you think you are, and there's going to be constriction, and we're all doing the same work. I mean, part of what I think creates so much stress and suffering and anxiety and frustration for people is this belief of, I'm the only one who fill in the blank. And I know that I used to feel like a special snowflake. I'm the only one who, you know, you just don't get me. I'm the only one who and I needed to make myself worse off than everybody else. Which is crazy. But we do that when we're living in a place of self denial. Because we want attention.Stuart Webb  14:22Yeah, yeah. Brilliant. It'sDr Deborah Fryer  14:25really about going deep, deep, deep into the core. Me. It's not about all it's all like concentric circles.Stuart Webb  14:30It is it is absolutely. I love it. I love it. So yeah, I mean, you've obviously talked a little bit about your book. Are there other books or programmes that you have? you've explored that you think would be a value to talking to the audience about at the moment?Dr Deborah Fryer  14:45Yes. So turn your tap is a book that's about literally changing your brain changing the way that you habitually think so that those habitual thought patterns no longer run and when they don't want to run? That's normal. or the route that you take. I also have a course that's called gratitude rocks. And gratitude rocks is a super simple course, about the stability, of gratitude. And I call it a gratitude rocks because it rocks like, it's awesome. But also because rocks are, it's like, you know, they say put in the big rocks first, having a gratitude practice, it is the simplest practice, and it is the most powerful life changing practice. And it's really simple. So I mean, I can tell you right now what it is. And for people who want to have a guided version of it, there's a course that's 28 days, where every day you get a daily dose of gratitude, and a little video and a little prompt, so that you can journal about it, the high level of view is that when we're grateful, we open to receiving. And as Rumi says, Your task is not to seek love, but all the barriers you've put up against it. The same is true for your task is not to seek money, but all the barriers you have against it. Your task is not to seek the perfect relationship, but all the barriers you have against it, your task is not perfect health, but all the barriers you have against it. It's really about that deep internal work of I allow myself to be this to, to have this. So a daily gratitude practice my daily gratitude practice, the simplest form is every night, as I'm cycling down from beta into alpha, into theta and delta to sleep is I asked myself, What am I grateful for every night. And I simply say, as many things as popped to mind as I'm grateful for. And Thomas Edison said, something like never go to sleep without seeding your subconscious mind. Because your subconscious mind will go to work and find more of whatever you tell it to focus on. Your subconscious mind has like a golden retriever, you throw a tennis ball, it's kind of run after it and bring it back to you and be like, hey, look what I got for you. So if you tell your subconscious mind, here are things I'm grateful for, it's gonna go find more things to be grateful for. And all of a sudden, you're gonna be living in this world that's overflowing with abundance and opportunity and, and things to appreciate what we appreciate, appreciate. So I always do my gratitudes right before I'm falling asleep. And I also do them first thing in the morning before I get out of bed, so that I made a gratitude sandwich, when I'm sleeping all through the night, I'm in gratitude, and then all through the day, and then a gratitude sandwich. So that's an awesome way to increase your prosperity, and really increase the abundance throughout all areas of your life. I wrote another book that's called Best brain hacks, which is 108 ways to uplevel your brain and to create more pleasure, more spaciousness, more joy, and all of the 108 ways are not thinking ways. They're all about ways to access, your blue, your, the wholeness of who you are, through your senses. So there are meditations that involve sound, and smell and taste and touch. And there are a lot of creative play exercises in there. Because we all take ourselves so seriously. You know, come on, lighten up. And you know, I wrote this book for myself, first of all, because I was, you know, so heavy and so serious. And I thought, like, work was hard, and you got to struggle, and you got to suffer. And I didn't want that. So I wrote that book, you know, as, as medicine for myself, that it's okay for you to have fun. It's okay, if you love your life and love your body.Stuart Webb  18:44Not. I'd like to give to many, many, many people. I can think of several people who need to take that book.Dr Deborah Fryer  18:51Yeah. And then I have a course that's also an evergreen course. That's called 40 days to rewrite your money story. And it's like the tip of the iceberg. It's like a little fingernail clipping of the whole human form, that it's just like a toe in the water of what's actually going on in the internal anatomy. So, there are a lot of tapping scripts in there. There's some visualisations, there's some meditations to help you begin to identify where are the places in my body, where I habitually shut down where I habitually say, Oh, the road is closed. You can't go here. And you'll begin to see, oh, I habitually say, I don't know, I habitually say, I can't have that. I habitually say, I never have enough. And for a lot of people, this is brand new information and it's really mind blowing, because they don't realise how loudly their body is talking to them.Stuart Webb  19:48Good stuff. Isn't we've had a fascinating insight into some of your work, but there must be a question that you're currently thinking. He hasn't asked me about or I wish he'd asked me this question. So Here's my opportunity to allow you to tell me the question that I should have asked you. And then obviously, you have to answer it. Otherwise, we'll all be spending the rest of our time thinking, I wonder what the answer to the question is. So there were what is the question that you would like me to have asked you?Dr Deborah Fryer  20:15Well, I think the questions you've asked are really great, really spot on their deep questions. The number one question I get from people, is, how do I change my mind? Every day, I get this multiple times a day, I'm so in scarcity, I'm so in fear, I don't have this. Look, people are so oriented to lack. And it's very hard, if you're oriented to lack to see anything about lack, it's so hard, it's like you're wearing glasses, and the prescription The glasses are ground, to see in perfect focus, lack, and so everything you look at his lack. And so, you know, if you really want to change your mindset, if you really want to change your mind, you've got to decide. And I know this might sound simplistic, but we bang our heads against the wall, we keep doing the same thing over and over and getting the same results and getting more and more frustrated or getting deeper into debt or keep having the same relationship over and over again, and we keep getting rid of one and the new one comes in and they're a same version of that one. And the same problem arises and we get rid of that one, and another one comes in, it's like, we're on this rubber stamp of the same, the same, the same, the same, because the internal terrain is the mould in our terrain is the mould and you're gonna have to change the inner terrain, you know, back to the concentric circle thing. You cannot change at the X at the outermost part of you, that's like, Oh, I got my funnel, or I got my copywriting or I got my sales letter or whatever the thing is, that's some external thing. But where did that come from? It came from in you, you're the one who had the idea, you are the one who had the dream, you were the one who created the content. So you've got to go to the innermost core of those concentric circles. It's like peeling an onion, you keep peeling, and peeling and peeling and peeling and peeling, and you're gonna cry, every layer, you peel away, and the more layers you peel, the more you're gonna cry, and eventually, you're gonna get to the very middle. That's where you have to come from. And when you get to the very core of you, and you discover who the core of you is, your entire identity is going to change.Stuart Webb  22:33I love it. I absolutely love it. Deborah, this has been a really fascinating discussion. And I really appreciate you spending a little time with us today. Thank you so much for bringing those insights, we will get a slightly easier to to read link than the one that's currently on screen. We will do that in the show notes. So come on that but in the meantime, if you would like to be able to get on the mailing list, and so that you could join us now for great speakers like dot fri here today. This is the link you need to go to it's just as simple as TCA dot FYI, forward slash subscribe, that's DCA dot FYI, forward slash subscribe that puts you on the mailing list. I'll make sure you get an email once a week, which has who's coming up what they're going to talk about why you need to be listening to these people. And you'll also get access as well to the podcast when this comes out. Deborah, thank you so much for being on the call. I really appreciate you spending some time with us. And thank you so much for bringing some of your wisdom about making your your limitations, the thing that you can actually break through without looking around and seeing that it's outside of your control. Things are so much I do worry about people who look around and say I can't control anything you think actually, you can control everything. If you can just control your thinking you can just control your reaction to it. Great to have you talk about that. I really do appreciate it. Thank you so much indeed. Thank youDr Deborah Fryer  23:59so much for inviting me on.Stuart Webb  24:01That's no problem. Get full access to It's Not Rocket Science! at thecompleteapproach.substack.com/subscribe

The Connected Accountant
29. How to Level Up as a CFO

The Connected Accountant

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 8:36


Are you already offering advisory services and now you're curious how to go from forecasts and projections to helping your clients achieve their goals and dreams? In this coaching session, one of my clients asks how to take her CFO services to the next level.

Let's Talk TCA Podcast
Girls Athletics at TCA: Episode 19

Let's Talk TCA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 16:44


On today's episode of the TCA podcast, our host Cynthia Yanof speaks with the Girls' Athletic Director and Varsity Basketball Coach Jeff Smith and Varsity Volleyball Coach Steve Collins to hear all about the girls' sports at TCA and about the varsity volleyball season. Jeff tells us about TCA's philosophy for girls' sports and how he works to advocate for girls' teams and ensure the programs get what they need. TCA's commitment to hiring great coaches and developing character through our programs sets us apart. TCA encourages girls to play multiple sports, leading to better athletes and helping our teams compete better. Our girls love to have fun with their teammates. The varsity basketball team is a young team but will return players Grace Leverton and Sophia Miller. There is a new TAPPS playoff format for basketball, and even though we are in a tough district, we are looking forward to a good season. The off-season starts after Labor Day and the the season starts in November. Steve Collins was a college baseball player but first played volleyball during high school in Singapore. His interest in volleyball continued with playing in USAV, and then he got into coaching. Volleyball tryouts began on August 1, and the season started quickly after. The varsity team plays 35-40 games during the season and about 20 games in the preseason. The team has already competed in several tournaments before school started. Coaching with Steve is Carlos Rosado, who is the assistant varsity coach; he grew up playing volleyball in Puerto Rico and played in college there. TCA's JV coach is Carlos Luna. He has played volleyball professionally and also in the Beijing Olympics. Our district is very competitive, and the team must play its best to win – there are no easy games. But that intensity builds and drives the energy for practice and the next game. Steve's favorite thing about coaching at TCA is the blending of academics, Christianity, and athletics. He asks Senior players to step up and lead the team. Encouraging them to communicate the standards and traditions to the younger players. The players develop the program with the coach's guidance. Some volleyball players play on a club team, but about half play other sports at school. For parents of younger girls interested in volleyball, Steve encourages playing volleyball either on the rec level or club level. There are many places to get involved in the sport throughout DFW. To wrap up, Jeff lists the girls' sports offered at TCA, including volleyball, basketball, dance, cheer, golf, softball, swimming, track, cross country and tennis. Jeff has an open-door policy stop by if you have a question or email him at jsmith@trinitychristian.org Our varsity volleyball season is underway. Come out and support our athletes! See the game schedule below: https://www.trinitychristian.org/athletics/teams-schedules/t/~athletics-team-id/138

Conversations with Consequences
Ep. 176 The Conversion of Shia LaBeouf & Carl Trueman on The Modern Self

Conversations with Consequences

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 54:00


With the news of troubled actor Shia LaBeouf converting to Catholicism, the TCA team looks at the providential moments that led to this change of heart including his upcoming role starring as Padre Pio plus learning to pray from the likes of Bishop Barron! Christian theologian Carl Trueman also joins with a philosophical discussion on The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self, and why the sexual revolution is more a symptom, not the cause of our search for identity. Father Roger Landry also offers an inspiring homily to prepare us for this Sunday's Gospel. Catch the show every Saturday at 7amET/5pmET on EWTN radio!

Rio Bravo qWeek
Episode 108 - Antidotes to toxidromes

Rio Bravo qWeek

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 19:48


Episode 105: Antidotes to toxidromes. Some poisonings share common signs and symptoms and may be treated with antidotes without laboratory confirmation of the offending agent. Dr. Francis discussed with Dr. Arreaza some of those toxidromes and how to treat them. Written by Aida Francis, MD. Participation by Hector Arreaza, MD. Definitions: • Antidotes are substances given as a remedy that inhibit the effects of another drug of abuse or poison. Most are not 100% effective and fatality is still possible after administration. • Toxidrome is a constellation of signs and symptoms caused by an overdose or exposure to chemicals or drugs that interact with neuroreceptors. Toxidrome is the combination of the word “toxin” and “syndrome”. Management strategies of toxidromes are determined by the signs and symptoms even when the causative agent has not been identified. A little bit of Background: The World Health Organization reported that 13% of deaths caused by poisonings are children and young adults. Intentional poisoning attempts are more frequent among adolescent women than men. It is difficult to evaluate poisoned patients because they are too altered to provide history and there is often not enough time to perform a physical exam or obtain serum studies prior to life-saving interventions. To diagnose a toxidrome clinically, you need three elements: pupil size, temperature, and bowel sounds. For example: Pinpoint pupils with hyperactive bowel sounds point to cholinergic toxidrome, and dilated pupils with high temperature, and hypoactive bowel sounds point to anticholinergic (see details below). Pinpoint pupils -> Bowel sounds -> Hyperactive: CHOLINERGIC -> Hypoactive: OPIOIDS Normal or dilated pupils -> Temperature -> High -> Bowel sounds -> Hyperactive: SYMPATHOMIMETIC -> Hypoactive: ANTICHOLINERGIC -> Normal or Low -> Bowel sounds -> Hyperactive: HALLOCUNOGENIC -> Hypoactive: SEDATIVE-HYPNOTICS Anticholinergic Toxidrome and the Physostigmine antidote: • Anticholinergics inhibit the binding of acetylcholine to the muscarinic receptors in the central nervous system and the parasympathetic nervous system. Examples of anticholinergics include atropine and tiotropium. Other substances that may cause anticholinergic toxidrome include antihistamines (especially first-generation: diphenhydramine), antipsychotics (quetiapine), antidepressants (TCAs, paroxetine), and antiparkinsonian drugs (benztropine). Symptoms of toxicity include tachycardia, non-reactive mydriasis, anhidrosis, dry mucous membranes, skin flushing, decreased bowel sounds, and urinary retention. Neurological symptoms include delirium, confusion, anxiety, agitation, mumbling, visual hallucination, and strange behavior. Neurological symptoms last longer because of the anticholinergic lipophilic properties which cause them to distribute into fatty organs and tissues like the brain. “Mad as a hatter, red as a beet, blind as a bat, hot as a hare, dry as a bone” [Spanish: loco como una cabra, rojo como un tomate, ciego como un topo, seco como una piedra, caliente como el infierno] • The antidote for anticholinergic toxidrome is physostigmine. It is an acetylcholinesterase inhibitor and prevents the metabolism of acetylcholine. This increases the level of acetylcholine in both the central nervous system and peripheral nervous system. Physostigmine can cause seizures and arrhythmia, so close monitoring in the hospital is required during treatment. Cholinergic toxidrome and its antidotes atropine and pralidoxime: Acetylcholine is part of the parasympathetic nervous system and cholinergic substances can induce a parasympathetic response. Some of these substances include pesticides, organophosphates, carbamate, and nerve gas. Chlorpyrifos had been used to control insects in homes and fields since 1965. It has been used in our crops in Bakersfield, and the most recent mass exposure was in May 2017. it was banned on food crops in the US in August 2021. It has been banned for residential use for a longer period. Repeated exposure to chlorpyrifos causes autoimmune disorders and developmental delays in children and fetuses. The symptoms of cholinergic toxidrome can be summarized with the SLUDGE/ “triple” BBB acronym. This includes salivation, lacrimation, urination, defecation, gastrointestinal cramping, emesis, bradycardia, bronchorrhea, and bronchospasm. There can also be muscle fasciculations and paralysis. • The antidote is Atropine. Pralidoxime is used for organophosphates only because it cleaves the organophosphate-acetylcholinesterase complex to release the enzyme to degrade acetylcholine. Pralidoxime should be used in combination with atropine, not as monotherapy. It requires hospital admission, and a note for organophosphate, remember that the patient needs external decontamination (shower). Let's go to part 2 of our discussion, environmental exposure. Carbon Monoxide Toxidrome and the antidote oxygen: Carbon monoxide intoxication is usually due to smoke inhalation injury. Carbon monoxide is a silent gas produced by carbon-containing fuel or charcoal. Carboxyhemoglobin (COHb) forms in red blood cells when hemoglobin combines with carbon monoxide, reducing the binding and availability of oxygen at the tissue level. It's like CO falls in love with hemoglobin and hemoglobin cheats on Oxygen by binding to CO instead, and neglects oxygen delivery to tissues. Carbon monoxide also causes direct cellular toxicity. The symptoms and signs of poisoning include headache, altered mental status, nausea, vomiting, visual disturbance, Cherry-red lips, coma, and seizure. You can also see lactic acidosis and pulmonary edema. Neurological symptoms can be chronic, so it's important to follow up. The blood COHb level must be used to confirm the diagnosis because standard pulse oximetry (SpO2) and arterial partial oxygen pressure (PaO2) cannot differentiate COHb from normal oxygenated hemoglobin. You must obtain a serum COHb level. • The antidote is 100% oxygen or hyperbaric oxygen therapy and close follow-up. Consider intubating if there is edema of the airways due to inhalation injury. Cyanide Toxidrome which include sodium nitrite, sodium thiosulfate, and hydroxocobalamin In combination with Carbon Monoxide poisoning Cyanide poisoning can simultaneously be caused by inhalation of smoke or colorless hydrogen cyanide or ingestion of cyanide salts or prolonged use of sodium nitroprusside (ICU for hypertensive emergency). Symptoms are very similar to carbon monoxide poisoning. There may be long-term neurologic deficits and Parkinsonism. Diagnosis is clinical and waiting for serum cyanide levels can cause treatment delay. However, serum lactate levels over 10 mmol/L suggest cyanide poisoning. • Since cyanide poisoning resembles carbon monoxide poisoning and both toxidromes typically present simultaneously in the pathognomonic fire victim, treat simultaneously with sodium nitrite, sodium thiosulfate, and hydroxocobalamin as well as oxygen as mentioned with carbon monoxide poisoning. Hypnotic and sedative substances (antidote: flumazenil) Examples of hypnotic or sedative substances are alcohol, benzodiazepines, or zolpidem. Signs and symptoms of toxicity include slurred speech, ataxia, incoordination, disorientation, stupor, and coma with mild and rare hypoventilation and bradycardia. • The antidote is flumazenil which is a competitive antagonist at the benzodiazepine receptor. After treatment monitor patients for seizures in case of TCA poisoning, arrhythmia, or epilepsy. Opioid toxidrome (antidote: naloxone) Examples of opioid intoxication in children would be heroine in adolescents or accidental ingestion of pain medication in young children. Signs and symptoms are similar to the sedative toxidrome except for the pathognomonic finding of miosis or “pinpoint pupils” on physical exam. There will also be respiratory depression, hyporeflexia, bradycardia, muscle rigidity, and absent bowel sounds or constipation. Hypoventilation is severe and can cause death. • The antidote is naloxone which is a synthetic opioid receptor antagonist that can diagnose and treat opioid poisoning. It is indicated if the respiratory rate is less than 12. It has a short half-life and is repeatedly administered every 3-5 minutes until the respiratory drive is restored in order to avoid rebound respiratory depression and intubation. It has a rapid onset so the patient must be observed for 24 hours for opioid withdrawal symptoms. Summary: It is important to be able to recognize a toxidrome and antidote early. Once the antidote is administered, you should observe the patient 24 hours for symptoms of rebound toxicity or withdrawal. Consider repeat administration of the antidote if rebound symptoms occur and treat withdrawal symptoms as needed. Don't forget to consider multidrug poisoning if symptoms are non-specific. Thank you for having me on your podcast to review this topic. ____________________________ Conclusion: Now we conclude our episode number 108, “Antidotes to Toxidromes.” Remember you can start treatment of a patient with typical signs and symptoms of specific toxidromes, especially in patients who are unstable. We hope you enjoyed this episode. We thank Hector Arreaza, Aida Francis, and Arianna Lundquist. Audio Edition by Adrianne Silva. Even without trying you go to bed being a little wiser. Thanks for listening to Rio Bravo qWeek Podcast. If you have any feedback, contact us by email at RioBravoqWeek@clinicasierravista.org, or visit our website riobravofmrp.org/qweek. See you next week! _____________________ References: 1) Jaelkoury, CC BY-SA 3.0 , via Wikimedia Commons. 2) Hon KL, Hui WF, Leung AK. Antidotes for childhood toxidromes. Drugs Context. 2021;10:2020 11-4. Published 2021 Jun 2. doi:10.7573/dic.2020-11-4, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8177957/. 3) Royalty-free music used for this episode: Space Orbit by Scott Holmes, downloaded on July 20, 2022 from https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott_Holmes/.

Let's Talk TCA Podcast
Trojan Football 2022 :: Episode 18

Let's Talk TCA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 16:35


In today's episode, our podcast host Cynthia Yanof connects with Head Football Coach Steve Hayes about the upcoming season. We hear about the Trojan football program, the theme for 2022, the players we have this year, our new division, and our coaching staff. The theme for this year is Fear No Man. The players, after the spring game, vote on the theme. The theme gives the coaches guidance on how to coach the boys. This theme has two components: 1) You have to be in the right relationship with the Lord. This places the emphasis on the kids' hearts and their relationship with Christ. 2) To have no fear, you must be extremely well prepared. The coaching staff read the book Draw the Circle by Mark Batterson this summer. The team is divided into families; each coach prays for the athletes in their family group throughout the season. Coaches are very intentional about praying for players, and Coach Hayes believes when we pray, good things happen. TCA football has six core values, one of which is that we are called to be standard chasers, not rule followers. God created us to excel and not be average. We want our kids to know they have what it takes and that high expectations require high commitment and sacrifice. This year's team is a young team. We had a lot of success last year and graduated many seniors. We have fourteen seniors this year, many of whom started last year, but we will see many new faces on the field this fall. We have talented juniors and sophomores. We had 45 college recruiters come through our program last spring is a good indication of the talent you have on the team. We have a good offensive line, a good running back core, and, with the addition of Defensive Coordinator Reid Waller, our defense has made huge strides and will be good this year. We have been in TAPPS Division 5 for the last two years, and this year we have moved back to Division 1, which includes schools with the largest enrollment in the state. Our district includes Nolan, Parish, Prestonwood, and Bishop Lynch. It will be a very competitive schedule this year, and our goal is to win the state championship. Our first game against ESD is on August 26 at 7 p.m. at Tom Landry Stadium. We have five home games and five on the road with one big road trip to Ft. Bend Christian. We have ten varsity football coaches on our staff. Five of these coaches have been successful head coaches in other programs. The faith and testimonies of our coaches are incredible, as well as their ability to coach and mentor kids. You should be excited about this program if you have sons in TCA athletics. We highly encourage boys to play multiple sports. It is good for kids to be able to experience as much as possible and represent the mission of the school well. Parents with children should be watching the leadership they put their kids under. We are limited on how long we can be an athlete, but athletics' impact on our character is lasting. We want our parents to live out the culture of our school. This is life-giving to the school and those around us. Come out and cheer loud at the games and celebrate on the field after the games! We do that better than any other school. This is Coach Hayes' third season back at TCA. He was also here from 2004 through 2014. His wife Mendy teaches in Frisco, and they have a daughter who is a TCA freshman on the volleyball team. He has two older married kids, and both are expecting babies next year which will be Coach Hayes' first grandchildren! See the season schedule here: https://www.trinitychristian.org/athletics/teams-schedules/t/~athletics-team-id/132 Follow TCA Athletics on Twitter: @TCA_Addison Is there a topic you'd like to discuss on the podcast? Send your ideas and feedback to: podcast@trinitychristian.org

The Connected Accountant
27. My Secret to Get People to Take Action

The Connected Accountant

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 3:44


"Why won't they just do what I tell them!?!" It's so frustrating when our CFO clients won't do the things we advise! We show them the numbers.We give them the answers. And then nothing. Any time I'm faced with a client not taking action, I run through The Human Action Model. In this TCA PRO group coaching call replay, I walk through the human action model and describe how to apply it to CFO clients.

Wine for Normal People
Ep 436: Wine Faults -- what are they, how to spot them, and what to do about them

Wine for Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 52:07 Very Popular


Wine is a product of nature, human intervention, chemistry, and it's subject to many outside influences – storage, transport, handling – that can do a number on what's inside the bottle. In this episode, we cover the main things that could go wrong with wine, how they got there, and what to do about it (where possible)! Photo: Pixabay Shout out to Jamie Goode, the outstanding scientist and wine writer who makes so many complex science concepts so easy to understand. Here is the link to his book, “The Science of Wine from Vine to Glass,” from which some of the reference materials for the pod were taken. Also to “Sotheby's Wine Encyclopedia,” who (always with the humor of Tom Stevenson) brings up a number of very real faults that a lot of the mainstream wine press forget to mention (sauerkraut, anyone?). Other sources are below!   Here are the show notes: We start with defining what a flaw is in a wine, versus a taint, as defined by Jamie Goode. Then we talk about just plain old sucky wine. Flaw v Taint: Flaw is endemic to the wine, it happened in winemaking or vineyard Taint is from outside winemaking, like from packaging or from the winery We discuss the Japanese concept that talks about how small flaws can accentuate beauty (it is called Wabi-Sabi, the art of imperfection). Not all technical flaws are bad!     NOT FLAWS: Next we tackle things that need to be dealt with, but aren't flaws or taints: Sediment: What is it? Tannin chains combining and falling out of solution. Looks like your coffee filter threw up or there are brown flakes in the wine. What do you do? Decant, get a filter Sediment on a glass from Canva Images Cork floating in your wine: What is it? User error or an old cork. If you break the cork when you take it out, it may drop some flakes into the wine. If it's an old cork, this is even more likely! What do you do? Fish it out with you finger, a spoon, or get a filter Film/oily looking stuff on the surface: What is it? Most likely it's dishwashing soap residue from either glasses or decanter What do you do? Clean your glasses of the residue, send the glass back if you're in a restaurant. At home, warm water is often good enough to clean wine glasses as long as you have a good brush   Bubblegum, pear drop, nail-polish like aromas: What is it? These aromas come from carbonic maceration, a red winemaking technique where the winemaker ferments the grapes with no oxygen or yeast. Instead they use carbon dioxide to promote the conversion of sugar and malic acid to alcohol. Byproducts of this process are these aromas, and more to boot. Overly cool fermentations can also cause these types of aromas. What do you do? If you hate this, chuck the bottle or give it away and remember you don't like wines made with carbonic maceration. Never buy Beaujolais Nouveau! Tartrate crystals: What is it? Crystals appear either on the side of the cork that was in contact with the wine or, often, at the bottom of the glass in white wines. Tartaric acid was not fined, filtered or stabilized out so tartaric acid crystals formed and the wine cleaned itself up naturally! What do you do? Dare I say it again? Get a filter and get them out if they are in your wine. If they are on the cork, admire how pretty they are and enjoy the wine. Earthiness, green pepper notes: What is it? Just normal wine flavors. The earthiness could be from terroir or it could be the grape. Green pepper is from a compound called methoxypyrazine that is common in Cabernet Sauvignon and its parents, Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc What do you do? If you love it, drink wines with those profiles. If not, there are plenty of wines without these characteristics Before getting into the major faults, I discuss one that is on the line: Cloudy/Hazy wine: If it's not sediment causing the problem, it could be protein. It may settle out or it may just be part of the wine. Natural wines and unfiltered wines have haze often. Just proceed with caution if you see it. It could be fine or indicate a flaw to come.     Then we hit the hard-core flaws   1. Cork taint What is it? It comes across as musty, wet dog, wet wool, cardboard or, at lower levels, as a wine with acidity and bitterness but no fruit flavor. It is caused by a molecule called TCA, which lives in the pockets of corks but also barrels, cardboard, wood cases, and corks (so yes, screw cap wines can have taint!)   What do you do? About 1-3 bottles in 100 have TCA taint, since cork is better chosen and sanitized now. People also use cork alternatives – plastic corks, screw caps, etc, but event those aren't foolproof. If you get a corked wine, return it. There's no fixing it (although occasionally if the wine is just musty, a good swirl and some time will bring it back)   Photo: Pexels    2. Oxidation What is it? When too much oxygen enters the wine in production, bottling, or storage (the cork or screw cap wasn't affixed properly), the wine can be exposed to too much oxygen. Oxygen is important to making a wine taste great when it's in your glass but if it has too much oxygen before you are ready to drink it, it can make white wines a little brown/tawny, reds a little orange/brown. They will have Sherry-like notes, which shouldn't be there and they will acquire nutty, smelly caramel notes in reds or, if it occurs with Volatile Acidity – vinegar notes. Oxidized wine can also be flat in flavor and aroma   What do you do? If it tastes ok to you, drink it! It won't get better so if you hate it and it's oxidized, bring it back       3. Volatile acidity (VA) What is it? When acetic acid or lactic bacteria is present on the grapes or in the winemaking and has these substances have sufficient oxygen to grow, the wine will taste like vinegar, or nail polish remover. At low levels, VA can present savory and sweet notes that taste good, but at high levels the wine is undrinkable. What do you do? Bring it back for an exchange or refund     5. Reduction/sulfur issues What is it? If you make wine in a reductive fashion – with very little oxygen and utilize too much sulfur, things can go wrong. Yeast make volatile sulfur compounds and things go bad quickly. Hopefully the winemaker catches it before bottling. If not, your wine will smell like burnt rubber, skunk, onion, garlic, rotten eggs, and smelly drains. These are ethyl mercaptans and they are so gross.   What do you do? If any of the above listed smells are in your wine, return it. There is one related thing, however, that may be ok: the smell of matchstick or flint. You may find those aromas in wines that have been made in a reductive fashion. If you swirl or aerate the wine, it will blow off. If your wine has a struck match aroma, rather than a burnt one, give it a few minutes before you issue a verdict and return it.   Reductive wines can smell like skunk!  Photo: Pixabay   5. Maderized wine What is it? The wine has been cooked from poor storage or transport. Often these wines are also oxidized (bonus!). They taste like stewed fruit, burnt caramel, and jam. If you look at cork you may see wine leaking out, and when you remove the cork, there is often wine up and down the sides   What do you do? The wine is toast. You can't save it, so return it.     6. Bubbles in a still wine: What is it? Carbon dioxide has infiltrated the wine. It could be added for texture and style fizz like in Vinho Verde, some Austrian and German wines. OR, and this is the flaw, the wine was bottles with too much residual sugar after fermentation, and yeast were still alive. That fizz is an unplanned secondary fermentation happening in the bottle: re-fermentation has started   What do you do? If it's intentional, it's great. You can swirl to get the bubbles out and that sometimes works if you don't like seeing bubbles (or you can just make peace with them)! If it's frothy from secondary fermentation – it's spoiled, bring it back to the shop.       7. Lightstrike What is it? Ultraviolet (UV) and blue rays from artificial lights and the sun break up amino acids in wine and cause it to stink like cabbage, cauliflower, farmyard/poo skunk, and cardboard. This fault happens most often with whites and wine in clear bottles. According to San Francisco retailer J.J. Buckley, clear bottles block only 10% of light, amber bottles block 90% of light, and green bottles block 50% of light. That means whites and rosés in clear bottles are especially susceptible.   What do you do? The bottle is ruined, return it Cabbage smelling wine is often from Lightstrike Photo: Pixabay    8. Brettanomyces: What is it? Metabolites produced by yeast called Brettanomyces bruxellensis – (shortened to brett in wine parlance), wait around until AFTER fermentation, then they consume the residual sugar saccharomyces cerevisiae (normal yeast) have left. The byproducts are flavor chemicals that can lead to manure, horse saddle, band aid, medicinal, and metallic notes. This happens mostly in red wines, as white wines have acidity to protect them.   What do you do? How you view the wine is really based on taste. Flavors vary based on the strain of brett, and the level of it in the wine. At low levels it adds gaminess, earthiness, spice, and savory notes to the wine. It can be hard to pinpoint in a wine. If you like these types of flavors, you likely enjoy brett. If not, stick with more New World wines from larger wineries, as they really try to eliminate all traces of the metabolite!     9. Mousy What is it? In wines without sulfite protection, mainly natural wines these days, the wine has a few molecules that smell like a mouse or mouse pee. The wine can seem fine when you open it but then the aroma and flavor can appear as the wine is in the glass. Often it just stinks right from the get-go   What do you do? Sensitivity varies. Some people hate it, some are ok with it. Some can really detect it, others don't notice it. Again, it's down to personal choice whether or not you return the wine for the flaw or accept and like it.   10. Smoke taint Fires in California have caused smoke taint. Photo: Unsplash   What is it? A direct result of nearby wildfires. According to Australian research, grapes are most susceptible to smoke, ash, ashtray, singed, and cured meat notes if fires are near the grapes from the period after veraison (when grapes change color, the last stage of ripening) through harvest. Flavor compounds permeate the skins, especially and the result is red wines that are nearly impossible to save. Whites from wildfire vintages are usually ok, as there is no skin contact necessary and the pulp is protected by the skins, but red wines can't be fixed without affecting wine quality, for now.   What do you do? For now, there is no solution to smoke taint. If you see a wine is from a vintage and an area that had wildfires, caveat emptor. Some wineries will release a wine even if it's like choking on an ashtray. Better to stick with whites from the area, if you can.    _______________________________ Other stuff not always on the taint list!   Soapiness: Happens when acids produced by yeast are like salts: Caprylic acid salt (decanoic acid), and leave a soapy taste especially in white wines. They smell like soap but are fruitier. This note is common in high-alcohol wines. (Source: the "Le Nez Du Vin" wine faults kit and Sotheby's Wine Encyclopedia). Like everything, a small amount is tolerable, a larger amount is a fault (and of course, make sure that soapiness isn't from actual soap, as previously mentioned) Soapiness is a fault in a wine!    Cheese: If it's subtle or in an old Riesling, cheese notes are usually good and integrate with the wine's flavors. If it's more like stinky cheese, it's from ethyl butryrate and the wine is done: Take it back     Geranium notes in sweet wines are from sorbic acid or the degradation of geraniol aromas. It is considered a flaw, as are the phenol off-flavors of Carnation notes. Whether or not you like the wine is a matter of taste, but in high concentrations, it is gross and a flaw.   Sauerkraut notes are a bridge too far beyond sour milk or sour cream and are from too much bacteria in the malolactic fermentation. Yuck! This is a definite return to the shop!     This is by no means a total and complete list, but we did the best we can and hopefully it will help you ID what is a flawed or tainted wine and what is just a wine that is poorly made and bad.   _______________________________________________________________ Thanks to our sponsors this week:  Wine Spies uncovers incredible wines at unreal prices - on Zinfandel, Barolo, Champagne...you name it - up to 75% off! It's not a club and there's no obligation to buy. They have a build-a-case option, so you can mix and match wines while enjoying free shipping on every purchase. Visit www.winespies.com/normal you'll get $10 credit to use on your first order! 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#597: Morgan Fallon — 10 Years on the Road with Anthony Bourdain, 9 Emmy Nominations, Lessons from Michael Mann, Adventures with Steven Rinella, High Standards, Wisdom from West Virginia, and More

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Morgan Fallon — 10 Years on the Road with Anthony Bourdain, 9 Emmy Nominations, Lessons from Michael Mann, Adventures with Steven Rinella, High Standards, Wisdom from West Virginia, and More | Brought to you by Gravity weighted blankets, Athletic Greens all-in-one nutritional supplement, and Helix Sleep premium mattresses.Morgan Fallon (@diamondmofallon) is a nine-time-Emmy-nominated executive producer, director, and cinematographer. He was born and raised in New England and studied film at Emerson College in Boston. After graduating, he spent three years working for his mentor, director Michael Mann, and in 2007, he began a long-term working relationship with producers Chris Collins and Lydia Tenaglia and their New York-based production company, Zero Point Zero Productions.Through his tenure at ZPZ, Morgan focused primarily on work with ZPZ creative partner Anthony Bourdain on several episodic series and documentaries produced by Bourdain, including the Emmy-winning Mind of a Chef, the theatrically distributed documentary The Last Magnificent, and the Emmy-, Peabody-, PGA-, TCA-, and ACE-award-winning series Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, which Morgan shot, directed, and produced throughout the series' one-hundred-and-three-episode run.Currently, he is a director and executive producer for the Emmy-winning series United Shades of America with W. Kamau Bell.He lives in California with his wife and production partner, Gillian Brown, and his two children.Please enjoy!This episode is brought to you by Gravity! I place sleep at the top of my list for optimizing health, energy, and performance. If good sleep is in place, it helps everything else; if not, it hurts everything else. I've had sleep issues almost my entire life, which is why I'm always experimenting and adding great sleep aids. One of my new favorites is the Gravity Weighted Blanket. 72% of Gravity users have reported better, more restful sleep, and 76% have reported falling asleep faster and feeling more rested in the morning.Gravity has been named “Best Weighted Blanket” by CNN, Business Insider, Good Housekeeping, and many more. Gravity is offering my listeners a special discount: order a blanket of any size or weight and receive 15% off your order. 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