Chantal Traub is a top New York City birth facilitator, doula, childbirth educator and a Board-Certified Health and Wellness Coach with 20 plus years of practice. In this 5 Minute Moment with Chantal, you can practice several of the breathing and pelvic floor visualisations with her. In the full length episode 32, Optimize your Birth with Chantal Traub, Chantal discusses with Dianne how she helps pregnant people prepare for birth, through posture, alignment and body-based movement, developing mindfulness practices during pregnancy including breathwork and interoception. In the long form discussion in episode 32, she talks about ways to prepare your pelvic floor for birth and help your postnatal recovery. Using breathing and pelvic floor visualisations and fascial balls to release muscle tension are described as some of the tools she uses to empower women through her programs. Chantal has created a course called Pushing Power, on 2nd Stage Labor and the pelvic Floor to help prepare expectant parents to push effectively and minimize trauma, and works with women online via Zoom for personalized one-to-one coaching. Pushing Power is available via her website www.chantaltraub.com She also offers free resources including videos and ebooks. The Pelvic Floor: Everything You Wished You Knew Sooner is available from Amazon. Connect with Chantal via: www.chantaltraub.com IG: @chantal.traub fb.me/chantaltraub https://www.linkedin.com/in/chantaltraub/
Chantal Traub is a top New York City birth facilitator, doula, childbirth educator and a Board-Certified Health and Wellness Coach with 20 plus years of practice. She discusses with Dianne some of the ways she helps pregnant people prepare for birth, through posture, alignment and body-based movement, developing mindfulness practices during pregnancy including breathwork and interoception. She talks about ways to prepare your pelvic floor for birth and help your postnatal recovery. Using breathing and pelvic floor visualisations and fascial balls to release muscle tension are described as some of the tools she uses to empower women through her programs. Chantal has created a course called Pushing Power, on 2nd Stage Labor and the pelvic Floor to help prepare expectant parents to push effectively and minimize trauma, and works with women online via Zoom for personalized one-to-one coaching. Pushing Power is available via her website www.chantaltraub.com She also offers free resources including videos and ebooks. The Pelvic Floor: Everything You Wished You Knew Sooner is available from Amazon. Connect with Chantal via: www.chantaltraub.com IG: @chantal.traub fb.me/chantaltraub https://www.linkedin.com/in/chantaltraub/
On this week's episode, we are joined by 2018 SpeedRack champion and general manager of the award-winning bar, Attaboy in New York, Haley Traub. In our chat, we discuss her experiences competing on a national stage, as well as the pitfalls and opportunities involved with running a bar without a menu. _____________________________________ Join us every Monday as acclaimed bartender, Erick Castro, interviews some of the bar industry's top talents from around the world, including bartenders, distillers & authors. If you love cocktails & spirits then this award-winning podcast is just for you. SUPPORT US ON PATREON: Get early access to episodes, exclusive bonus episodes, special content and more: https://www.patreon.com/BartenderAtLarge WATCH OUR VIDEOS ON YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/bartenderatlarge FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: Erick Castro: www.instagram.com/HungryBartender Bartender at Large: www.instagram.com/BartenderAtLarge FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: Erick Castro: www.twitter.com/HungryBartender Bartender at Large: www.twitter.com/BartendAtLarge BUY OUR MERCH: https://moverandshakerco.com/collections/bartenderatlarge
Josefina discusses self acceptance and finding true bliss with guest, Lynn Traub. Lynn is an author, life teacher, hypnotherapist, and seminar leader. She does not come from a traditional educational background; rather, her wisdom comes from years of invaluable life experiences. As Lynn likes to put it, "Life is my teacher." Her exceptional gift of expressing love and compassion for the people she interacts with is genuine and palpable. In this episode, Lynn opens us up to the idea of the “downward ladder” which is the necessary journey you must take inward before you can experience your whole self. Learn that self love begins with accepting who and where you are rather than hiding and fighting with your inner nature. Bliss can be achieved through this process with simple changes in perspective that lead to a loving understanding of who you are. Key Takeaways: Questioning ourselves and where our idea of a “Woman” comes from? [6:55] Why do I have to choose? Deconstructing the fragmented woman [11:00] What belief have I constructed about what makes me lovable? [19:00] Understanding where you are so you know where to go. Exposing ourselves to ourselves [21:00] Self acceptance in a culture of comparison [24:50] The downward ladder [26:55] Achieving bliss by living in the truth of your authentic self [30:00] Experience the emotional communication of your body [38:55] How to hold the Masculine and Femenine to achieve wholeness [43:00] Simple steps for self acceptance from [49:00] Stay objective and withhold judgment [56:12] Resources: https://lynntraub.com/ IG: @Lynn_Traub The Empowered Women's Seminar will be on November 4-6th in Austin Texas. Please email email@example.com to stay informed for open registration. Memorable Quotes: “People think this work is really difficult but it truly is when you make it as simple as questioning your beliefs, questioning your beliefs even as a woman..where do we make up “woman” from? Where do we learn how to be a woman?[6:55] Lynn “A lot of my modality is interpersonal communication so whatever is within is going to be without. So everything that I am believing within myself I am going to see in the world around me.” [10:14] Lynn Traub “Until we start understanding ourselves as this “real woman” rather than this “child woman” or this “victim being”, that when we can see a woman in herself,in her whole self, is a SCARY Motherfucker” [14:23] -Lynn Traub “If we are protecting we are not living, if we are protecting we are not loving. We are not loving ourselves.we cant receive love. We can't give love. [20:20] - Lynn Traub “We have to be able to look at our darkness, because there is so much light at the center of that darkness.” [23:15] - Josefina Bashout “Self love is a result of self acceptance” [26:13] - Josefina Bashout “A woman who really deeply accepts herself, that's her tapping into this universal divine love that is endless but it is through the modality , the intention of constantly accepting ourselves.” [34:30] - Josefina Bashout “Whatever we say we are, we are man and woman. We're femenine and masculine so if we are making one right and one wrong we're ALWAYS out of balance, we are never whole.” [43:05] -Lynn Traub “Be in love with you because you are an original expression in this mass consciousness. There is no one that expresses life like you and that ,in itself, is worth celebrating and being in bliss about. [53:48] -Lynn Traub
Ready to dive into the guts of SIBO? So are we. This week, we're joined by Dr. Michael Traub, as he talks about the connections between SIBO and Rosacea, how you can test for SIBO, and possible treatment options. Each Thursday, join Dr. Raja and Dr. Hadar, board certified dermatologists, as they share the latest evidence based research in integrative dermatology. For access to CE/CME courses, become a member at LearnSkin.com. Michael Traub ND, DHANP, FABNO completed pre-med studies at the University of California at Irvine. He graduated in 1981 from National College of Naturopathic Medicine and completed a residency there in Family Practice and Homeopathy. He is founder and medical director of Lokahi Health Center in Kailua Kona, Hawaii since 1986. He is board-certified in naturopathic oncology and homeopathy. His father was a dermatologist, and this inspired Dr. Traub to undertake additional study in this subject. He has lectured internationally and taught dermatology at six of the eight accredited naturopathic medical schools in North America. He is the author of “Essentials of Dermatologic Diagnosis and Integrative Therapeutics,” and a contributor to several textbooks including “Textbook of Natural Medicine.” Dr. Traub is Past-President of the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians and was awarded the AANP's Naturopathic Physician of the Year award in 2006. He has served on many other professional boards in the realm of naturopathic and integrative medicine. To learn more about Rosacea and SIBO, attend Dr. Traub's lecture at the 2022 Integrative Dermatology Symposium.
Få fenomen har blivit så omdiskuterade de senaste åren som liberalismens kris. I den här essän funderar författaren Per Wirtén på om utvägen ur krisen kanske ligger dold i liberalismens historia. ESSÄ: Detta är en text där skribenten reflekterar över ett ämne eller ett verk. Åsikter som uttrycks är skribentens egna.De senaste trettio åren har varit liberalismens epok. Den har vunnit på alla fronter. Men om man ska vara mer korrekt, och det är viktigt i sammanhanget, så är det en specifik riktning inom den annars vittförgrenade liberalismen som dominerat, den så kallade nyliberalismen. Huvuddragen är vid det här laget välbekanta: privatiseringar, fria självreglerande marknader, individuell valfrihet i alla lägen och en krympande statsmakt.Men sedan några år har allt fler noterat att det liberala projektet drabbats av osäkerhet och förvirring. Liberalismens kris har blivit ett etablerat begrepp. Det som för trettio år sedan verkade så nytt och lovande uppfattas nu av många som slitet och tilltufsat. Först kom finanskraschen 2008 och sedan eurokrisen. Men det är så mycket mer som bidragit till diskussionerna om en liberalismens kris: envist hög arbetslöshet, växande inkomstskillnader och en utbredd känsla av att det gemensamma själva samhällsprojektet upplösts till förmån för ett race där de enskilda vinnarna tar allt.I början av 1900-talet stod liberalismen inför en lika djup kris som nu. Den ansågs uttjänt och omodern, svarslös inför dåtidens uppflammande klasskonflikter. Det utlöste en omtolkning av det liberala uppdraget på båda sidor om Atlanten.I USA skedde det genom den så kallade progressiva rörelsen där intellektuella och politiker gemensamt drog slutsatsen att i det storindustriella samhället behövde de liberala frihetsidealen garanteras och försvaras av en stark stat, ett nytt slags fördelningspolitik med progressiva skatter och en arbetslagstiftning som garanterade arbetarna viktiga rättigheter. Liberalerna lämnade helt enkelt sina tidigare dominerande doktriner om en minimal stat, fria marknader och begränsad rösträtt. Kanske kommer de som i framtiden ser tillbaka på vår tids samhällsomvandlingar ta fasta på de lika stora förändringar som skakade världen vid det förra sekelskiftet. Kanske kommer de att leta samband och undersöka skillnader mellan de utmaningar liberalismens idéer stod inför i början av 1900-talet och den hårda kritik den möter i dag. Då kom utmaningen från socialismen och arbetarrörelsen. Nu kommer den från ett helt annat håll: från den hårda konservatismens återkomst, från nationalismen och från auktoritära politiker. En del liberaler vill inte se några som helst problem i den förda politiken. De vill möta utmaningen med ännu fler avregleringar och skattesänkningar. Andra anpassar sig efter den nya konservativa nationalismens vindriktningar. Men inget av de båda vägvalen verkar kunna häva den liberala krisen.Möjligen är det något helt annat som behövs: en kritisk omorientering inifrån det liberala idéarvet, i likhet med den som skedde för drygt hundra år sedan. Det finns en pågående internationell debatt i den riktningen. För några år sedan drog till exempel den amerikanska journalisten James Traub en besk slutsats i boken "What was Liberalism?" om att det är liberalismen, så som den utformats under de här trettio åren, som berett vägen för den illiberala revolten. Som passionerad liberal menade Traub att räddningen ligger gömd i de liberala idéernas mångfacetterade historia.Liberalismen är ju som ett stort hus med många rum. Där har det alltid funnits konflikter och strider om hur den ska tolkas. Om de individuella friheterna är viktigare än demokratins majoritetsstyre. Om principen om fria marknader ska vara starkare än politikens försök att tämja dem.Nyliberalerna har i trettio år haft tolkningsmonopol på vad liberalism egentligen är. Men för att komma ur sin kris behöver liberaler antagligen gå tillbaka in i sitt eget hus, för att identifiera andra röster, andra texter och historiska erfarenheter.Ett viktigt bidrag finns i historikern Helena Rosenblatts uppmärksammade "The Lost History of Liberalism" där hon vänder sig till 1800-talets franska och tyska liberaler för en sådan omorientering. Hon framhåller till exempel de liberala pionjärerna Benjamin Constant och Madame de Staël. Hon visar hur de förkastade det individuella egenintresset som de kallade egoism till förmån för allmänintresset och det gemensamma ansvaret.Titeln på Rosenblatts bok är en riktningsgivare för nyorienteringen: Liberalismens förlorade historia. Något har tappats bort, eller i själva verket målmedvetet trängts undan, som nu behöver återfinnas. Det gäller framtiden.En liknande utgrävning gör holländska Annelien De Dijn i sin otroligt rika idéhistoria "Freedom" om det liberala frihetsbegreppet. Hon följer liberalernas långa brottning med idén om ett demokratiskt folkstyre, som de länge hade förvånansvärt svårt att acceptera. Hon ställer många frågor om vad begreppet liberal demokrati kan vara, men inte alltid varit.Så vad finns det då för liberala värderingar som kan omvärderas, men på fortsatt liberal grund? Poängen är inte att liberalismen ska förkastas utan återigen omtolkas i ny riktning ungefär som skedde i början av 1900-talet.Den första punkten är det meritokratiska idealet om att ge alla samma start i livet, för att sedan acceptera uppkomna ojämlikheter. Detta i motsats till socialdemokratin som kontinuerligt vill rätta till ojämlikheter under livscykeln. Men utan effektiva arvsskatter och enhetlig skola har ju den meritokratiska modellen tömts på reellt innehåll. I stället framträder nu en ny aristokrati som vilar på ärvda förmögenheter.Den andra punkten är den liberala antropologin, eller människosynen, där människor ses som helt självständiga individer på en valfrihetsmarknad utan några ömsesidiga beroenden. Det leder till just det samhälleliga sönderfall som den liberala pionjären Benjamin Constant befarade för över 200 år sedan. 1800-talets franska liberaler utvecklade därför en idé om mänsklig individualitet i stället för den antropologiska individualismen som de uppfattade som ren egoism. Liberaler behöver helt enkelt återskapa den ofta bortglömda liberala tanken om det gemsamma ansvaret för ett samhällsbygge, för det allmänna.Den tredje punkten är en uppgörelse med föreställningen om fria och självreglerande marknader. Där finns ju en lång och rik liberal tradition om en politiskt och socialt inbäddad kapitalism, med till exempel Karl Polanyi, Franklin D Roosevelt och John Maynard Keynes som framträdande representanter.Det är några exempel på hur vägen ut ur liberalismens kris kan ligga i en inventering och utvärdering av dess historia. Nycklarna till en möjlig ny liberal guldålder ligger i sådant fall gömda bland gamla historiska erfarenheter.En sådan kritisk omorientering behöver göras av just liberaler med sikte på att förändra den liberala politiken. Vi andra kan inskärpa betydelsen av en sådan, till exempel genom att peka på den liberala idéhistoriens rika möjligheter, men inte göra själva jobbet. Liberalismens kris angår alla, men den kan nog bara lösas av liberalerna själva.Per Wirtén, författareLitteraturHelena Rosenblatt: The Lost History of Liberalism: From Ancient Rome to the Twenty-First Century. Princeton University Press, 2018.Annelien de Dijn: Freedom: An Unruly History. Harvard University Press, 2020.James Traub: What Was Liberalism? The Past, Present, and Promise of a Noble Idea. Basic Books, 2019.BildenSex förgrundsfigurer ur liberalismens historia:James Madison: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:James_Madison(cropped)(c).jpgMadame de Staël: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Marie_El%C3%A9onore_Godefroid_-_Portrait_of_Mme_de_Sta%C3%ABl.jpgAdam Smith: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Adam_Smith_The_Muir_portrait.jpgJohn Stuart Mill: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Stuart_Mill_G_F_Watts.jpgJohn Locke: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:John_Locke.jpgMary Wollstonecraft: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Mary_Wollstonecraft_by_John_Opie_(c._1797).jpg
In this episode of Rose & A Thorn hosted by Austin Jenkins we sit down with Resident Dungeon Master and Creative Elder Brain of Dungeon Hunters, Trevor Traub, to get to know him on a more personal level. We talk about TTRPG's, characters and NPC's from his rogues gallery of characters he has portrayed we hope you enjoy!Dont forget to check out ways to interact and support us HERE: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/dungeonhuntersdnd Merch: https://www.dungeonhunters.threadless.com Discord: https://discord.gg/puzvYnXmse Instagram: @dungeonhunterspodcast Twitter: @DungeonHuntersSupport the show
Dr, Shaun Traub joins us this week. Shaun is an orthopedic surgeon at Resurgens Orthopaedics in Atlanta, Ga. He is a graduate of UGA and the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, GA. Shaun is the only person I know who has 1) been a patron at the Masters; 2) played 6 rounds of golf at Augusta National and 3) caddied at Augusta National. Dude knows the grounds. In this episode we discuss: -food and drink options at the Masters; -history of the course and best viewing spots; -tales from the AGNC Caddy Shack; -memories from playing AGNC and past tournaments attended as a patron; -Masters tournament preview and picks to win; -running track at UGA; -the road to becoming a doctor and taking him to Augusta and Charleston and Boulder; -choice of music in the OR; -Acuna's injury and recovery; We get a surprise drop in from Laurence Kessler at the end who gives his two cents on the Masters tournament and his picks to click. Who you got to win? I am pulling for Xander.
Margaret Traub is Head of Global Initiatives for International Medical Corps, the Los Angeles-based humanitarian organization that since 1984 has delivered more than $3.9 billion in healthcare relief and training in conflict and disaster zones in 80 countries. As a member of International Medical Corps' Emergency Response Team, Traub travels extensively to field programs around the world - including to Syria, Lebanon, the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Philippines, South Sudan, Nigeria, and Haiti – to assist and to advocate for those affected by crisis. Prior to joining International Medical Corps in 2005, Traub spent 17 years in print and broadcast journalism. From 2000 to 2004, she was an Executive Producer at CNN, overseeing show coverage of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the September 11th terrorist attacks, and the 2000 presidential election. Host Mike Sacopulos and Margaret Traub discuss the mission of International Medical Corps and the current needs in Ukraine and other disaster zones, how a physician can evaluate whether he or she is a good candidate for this type of work, the physical capabilities needed, and how physicians can support the humanitarian relief via financial donations or in consideration of a physician's estate planning. https://internationalmedicalcorps.org/ Learn more about the American Association for Physician Leadership at www.physicianleaders.org
Single game tickets for the 2022 Albuquerque Isotopes season go on sale today. Plus, John Traub, VP and General Manager of the Isotopes details the cashless system the Topes are moving to this season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mushrooms are not just a tasty culinary food ingredient, some mushrooms also have healing powers. On this show, naturopathic oncologist Dr. Michael Traub describes the different types of medicinal mushrooms and their health benefits. Dr. Traub will specifically describe how some medicinal mushrooms can help people diagnosed with cancer. This is a fascinating topic that you won't want to miss!Five to Thrive Live Radio Show is broadcast live at 7pm ET on W4CS – The Cancer Support Network (www.w4cs.com) part of Talk 4 Radio (www.talk4radio.com) on the Talk 4 Media Network (www.talk4media.com). This podcast is also available on Talk 4 Podcasting (www.talk4podcasting.com).
Welcome to Season 11, Episode 7, of the ParentingAces Podcast, a proud member of the Tennis Channel Podcast Network. This week, Lisa chats with two high school tennis coaches from North Carolina: Kyle Williams and Tom Traub. If you've been following ParentingAces for any amount of time, you know Lisa is a huge proponent of junior players getting involved with their high school teams. Having the opportunity to play for something bigger than yourself is an invaluable experience for all players, regardless of their goals and regardless of their level of play. Even though some high school tennis may not be at the level these kids are used to in terms of competition, it can still be a great experience and counter-balance to the pressures felt on the individual tournament court. Kyle Williams and Tom Traub have been coaching at the high school level (Marvin Ridge High School) for many years and share their experiences working with both tournament-level players and more recreational players in the team atmosphere. Their program really starts with a feeder program at the middle school level, and they work closely with the middle school players and coaches to get them ready to train and compete once they get to high school. You can reach Kyle at firstname.lastname@example.org and Tom at email@example.com. If you're so inclined, please share this – and all our episodes! – with your tennis community. You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or via your favorite podcast app. If you haven't already, be sure to become a Member of ParentingAces by clicking here. And check out our logo'd merch as well as our a la carte personal consultations in our online shop (Premium Members received FREE SHIPPING every day!). CREDITS Intro & Outro Music: Morgan Stone aka STØNE Audio & Video Editing: Lisa Stone Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In today's episode, I had a real and raw conversation with Art Therapist, Rebecca Traub. We discussed her journey of self-discovery, the crumbling of identities and attachments that were no longer aligned for her, and how she courageously, with faith, made the changes needed in her life. We both hope that this conversation gives you hope and faith that if right now things feel 'off' in your life and you know you need to make some bold big changes, you are not alone and it is the biggest act of self-love.Enjoy the episode and please share with us what you get from listening.Instagram:@rebeccajtraub@daniellehattonn@allowacceptapproveJoin my upcoming workshop on February 22nd: Discover Your Desires
Tere Traub is an Associate Partner in the Public Sector for 7Summits (now IBM). Tere has extensive international experience and has deep knowledge of the world of Higher Education, having worked at Kaplan University and the University of Texas system. In this episode, we discuss how Tere got into Salesforce consulting and the state of Higher Education. We also discuss food and the differences between Austin, Texas, and Miami, Florida - two places everyone seems to be moving to and Tere kind of resides in.
Expert in dermatology, oncology, and naturopathic medicine, Dr. Michael Traub [IG @mtraubnd] shares about his career and his recent recovery from invasive skin cancer. Michael explains how being a nonconformist led him to find the kind of medicine he always wanted to practice, which has allowed him to provide more time and support to his patients. He's been practicing as a naturopathic physician on the island of Hawaii since 1985. His own medical history includes acne and superficial radiation treatment, being a triathlete, and a lot of sun exposure. He has had 40 or 50 skin cancers over the years. Two years ago, when his dermatologist suggested treating a lesion on his face, he asked to first biopsy the lesion. The biopsy revealed basal squamous cell carcinoma with perineural invasion. That is an ominous diagnosis when a cancer that doesn't usually invade, has invaded the nearby nerve. - In this episode, Michael describes the path he took from surgery to radiation therapy, and then immunotherapy, to treat the cancer. -Don't treat a lesion on the skin until you know what it is. -How to navigate cancer treatment and fear of death -How practitioners can help patients with the medical system -Importance of getting a 2nd, 3rd, and 4th opinion -How informed consent should be prioritized in patient care -How meditation helped him along the way -Why it's important for everyone to have an annual skin check - There is a lot of “un-caring” that we experience as patients when navigating the medical system. It's time for practitioners to help their patients with this process. It's also important for patients to know that implementing self-care during their treatment and recovery process is essential. Michael says he is healthier now than he was at the time of his diagnosis with cancer because it was a wake-up call that motivated him to change the things in his lifestyle that were not conducive to his own health and well-being. If you are in the process of treating cancer, or know you are at risk of cancer, this episode will be such an inspiration to you. And if you are a practitioner, this is a rare chance to learn from Dr. Traub's experience about how you can better serve your patients. You can find Dr. Michael Traub at his website, Lokahihealth.com or email him at Traub.firstname.lastname@example.org. - Connect with Dr. Doni: Facebook HTTPS://FACEBOOK.COM/DRDONIWILSON Instagram HTTPS://INSTAGRAM.COM/DRDONIWILSON YouTube HTTPS://YOUTUBE.COM/USER/DONIWILSONND Weekly Wellness Wisdom Newsletter: HTTPS://DOCTORDONI.COM/WWW - Books and Resources: Pre-Order my new book: https://www.amazon.com/Master-Your-Stress-Reset-Health/dp/1953295576 Stress Warrior Book (FREE) HTTPS://DOCTORDONI.COM/STRESSWARRIOR Stress Warrior Stress Resiliency Facebook Group (FREE) HTTPS://FACEBOOK.COM/GROUPS/STRESSWARRIOR 7-day Stress Reset (FREE) HTTPS://DOCTORDONI.COM/STRESS-RESET HPV & Cervical Dysplasia Guide (FREE) HTTPS://DOCTORDONI.COM/HPV-AND-CERVICAL-DYSPLASIA-GUIDE/ - Personalized Solutions: If you'd like to meet with Dr. Doni one-on-one for your health, request a Health Breakthrough Session: HTTPS://DOCTORDONI.COM/BREAKTHROUGH To get an idea of more comprehensive options, read about Dr. Doni's Signature Consultation Programs: HTTPS://DOCTORDONI.COM/SERVICES Disclosure: Some of the links in this post are product links and affiliate links and if you go through them to make a purchase I will earn a commission at no cost to you. Keep in mind that I link these companies and their products because of their quality and not because of the commission I receive from your purchases. The decision is yours, and whether or not you decide to buy something is completely up to you.
Entrevista realizada en el programa Primera Hora de Radio Sago el viernes 7 de enero de 2022. Anne Traub comenta el proyecto en el que participa la fundación y en que un total de 30 familias de la comuna de Cochamó serán las primeras de Chile en contar con una innovadora tecnología que emplea inteligencia artificial para fortalecer la educación de los niños y niñas entre 0 y 6 años. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/entrevistas-radio-sago/message
Sit down with Shawn and Haley Traub, a lifelong student-athlete, cheerleader at the University of Miami, and dedicated Orange Arrow volunteer! Listen as Haley discusses her early years in Andover, Massachusetts, playing every sport she could (with a focus on gymnastics), working hard every day academically, and never missing an opportunity to volunteer and give back to her community. She also discusses the “magical weekend” that led to her split-second decision to commit to the University of Miami, and the importance of finding a college where you are wanted and feel welcome. They finish by discussing how she became involved with OA, and what led her to receive the 2020 Orange Arrow Community Service All-Star Award.
Mmm, wie das duftet! – Köstliches backen mit Sauerteig Weil Selbermachen so einfach geht: (Brot-)Backen mit Sauerteig in allen möglichen Variationen ist leichter, als man denkt. Dieses Backbuch liefert sowohl die Grundlagen mit allem Wissenswerten rund um das Arbeiten mit Sauerteig, als auch vielseitige Rezepte für allerlei Knusper-Köstlichkeiten. – 60 abwechslungsreiche Sauerteig-Rezepte: von Vollkorn-Dinkelbrot über Frühstücksbrötchen bis Flammkuchen – Ausführlicher Grundlagenteil, der sowohl Einsteigern als auch Fortgeschrittenen nützliche Informationen liefert – Antworten auf häufige Fragen beim Backen mit Sauerteig Wer träumt nicht davon, dass der Duft von frischem Brot durch die Wohnung strömt? Aber selber backen? Mit diesem „komplizierten“ Sauerteig? Mit diesem praktischen Backbuch ist das kein Problem mehr und die knusprige Kruste gelingt wie von selbst. Neben den zahlreichen und vielfältigen Rezepten für Sauerteig-Gebäck – ob aromatisch herzhaft fürs Abendbrot oder köstlich süß fürs Sonntagsfrühstück – liefert dieses Buch alles, was man über Sauerteig wissen sollte. Es liefert Antworten auf die Fragen, was Sauerteig denn überhaupt ist, wie man das Anstellgut selbst herstellen kann und welches Mehl sich am besten für die Zubereitung eignet. Außerdem wird Hilfestellung geleistet, wenn etwas schiefläuft und der Teig so gar nicht das macht, was er soll. Und das Beste daran: Das selbstgebackene Brot gelingt ganz ohne Backtriebmittel oder künstliche Zusatzstoffe und garantiert so natürlichen Genuss.
Together with the AGRF's Catherine Ndung'u, Dr. Fadel Ndiame the Deputy President of AGRA, Professor Thom Jayne the University Foundation Professor of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics at Michigan State University and Lulama Ndibongo Traub a Lecturer at Stellenbosch University discuss the African Agriculture Status Report (AASR) including what it is, why it is so important and fulfilling the need for an accessible yet credible publication to provide an overview of African agriculture.
Welcome to our Thanksgiving episode of Cookbook Love Podcast. I hope you're having a great day of food, family, and friends. Today I have an interview with Melissa Altman-Traub. Melissa is a Registered Dietitian, food blogger, recipe developer, and freelance writer. Melissa also teaches nutrition at a college full-time and is a long-term vegetarian who loves to cook and share healthy and delicious recipes. Today on the podcast Melissa and I talk about her family recipe for Pennsylvania Dutch Potato Filling. Things We Mention In This Episode: Melissa's website and blog Connect with Melissa on Instagram Sundays at Moosewood Restaurant Cookbook Join Confident Cookbook Writers Facebook Group Learn more about How to Get Paid to Write a Cookbook during this free masterclass
Whatever We Want! Who Would Win? Fandom Character Battles! We're joined today by our good friend Julia Traub in a Death Battle-inspired episode! If your favorite characters from your favorite franchises (Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar, Avatar, Disney, Transformers, and more) were to fight and face-off, who would win? Star Wars vs Marvel! Star Wars Marvel Crossover! If Darth Vader and Avatar Aang were to fight, who would win? Who would win between Yondu from Guardians of the Galaxy and Mary Poppins? Who would win between Yoda and Black Panther? Not a Breakdown, Reaction, Easter Eggs! No SPOILERS!! We ask these and more! The new Disney+ Marvel Hawkeye show will be out soon and we will cover it! Will it tie into Spider-Man: No Way Home? We give you Behind-The-Scenes trivia and filmmaking insights! Follow and subscribe! Geek out with us! Noah's Podcast! Sticky Sport Side: https://open.spotify.com/show/3XxwJXQMMwQ72IH0MtT7Ap?si=c1e7d073094c4b9e&nd=1 Time Codes: 00:00:00 - WWW Episode 72! 00:00:21 - PreBanter Peanut Butter 00:00:41 - Introduction 00:01:06 - Introducing Julia! 00:01:56 - Character Battles! 00:02:59 - Yondu vs Mary Poppins 00:07:45 - Ultron vs Shaggy 00:10:21 - Avatar Aang vs Darth Vader 00:15:56 - JARVIS vs ... 00:18:29 - Frozone vs Iceman 00:20:11 - JARVIS vs ... Part 2 00:21:13 - Smaug vs Doctor Strange 00:23:26 - Yoda vs Dark Kermit 00:27:08 - Chip Ranking Intermission 00:37:17 - Chip Skylark vs Johnny Bravo 00:40:07 - Avatar Aang vs Avatar Korra 00:41:03 - General Grievous vs Bart Simpson 00:42:20 - General Grievous vs Black Panther 00:46:03 - Transformers vs Avengers 00:57:37 - Patron Shout-Outs! 00:57:55 - Review Shout-Outs! 00:58:21 - Outroduction If you enjoy, please share this episode with a friend! Thanks for the support! #fandoms #marvel #starwars #battles #avatar All Links: https://solo.to/whateverwewantpod Consider supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/WhateverWeWant Check out Daniel's Art! https://sketchfab.com/DanielCardonaArt https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRFOgCm3B4xMwTd18c0h3ng https://www.patreon.com/danielcardonaart Have any suggestions? Reach out on Twitter! https://twitter.com/jake_saar https://twitter.com/dancardonaart Thanks to Scott for the awesome Intro/Outro Music! Check him out: https://soundcloud.com/cottardick Thanks for listening! If you enjoyed, we'd really appreciate it if you left a review, rating, or comment, it really helps! Rights to Marvel, Disney, Star Wars, the great John Williams, and all that jazz.
Shmuel Rosner and James Traub discuss his book: "Judah Benjamin: Counselor to the Confederacy (Jewish Lives)." James Traub (born 1954) is an American journalist. He is a contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine, where he has worked since 1998. From 1994 to 1997, he was a staff writer for The New Yorker.[ He has also written for The New York Review of Books, The Atlantic Monthly, National Review and Foreign Affairs. He is a senior fellow at the Center on International Cooperation at New York University and also teaches at the university. Follow Shmuel Rosner on Twitter.
Albuquerque Isotopes General Manager John Traub joined Jeff Siembieda and J.J. Buck to discuss the challenges they faced and managed this season at the ball park, the response of the fans, how important this season was and the positives MiLB can take from this and move forward with. #MiLB #Topes See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Charles H. Traub has been a photographer/educator for over 50 years. His work is represented in major museums and collections all around the world. In 1988, he founded the MFA program of Photography, Video and Related Media at the School of Visual Arts in NYC and still serves as its Chair. Formally, he was a founder of the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Columbia Collage, Chicago. Later he directed New York's prestigious Light Gallery, and for over 25 years was president of the Aaron Siskind Foundation. Traub has received numerous awards including the prestigious ICP Infinity Award for his work on here is new york: A Democracy of Photography. He has published 17 books, including 9 monographs of his own. Recent publications include Dolce Via (2014) Lunchtime (2015), the iBook No Perfect Heroes-Photographing U.S. Grant (2016), Taradiddle (2016), and Tickety-Boo (2021). This diptych were shot in 2020. They are published in the book, Tickety-Boo. This diptych were shot in 2020. They are published in the book, Tickety-Boo.
Andrew Traub, A&S Culinary Concepts (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 385) Executive Chef and Owner of A&S Culinary Concepts Andrew Traub joined host John Ray to share the mouth-watering array of programs his culinary studio offers. In addition to take-home meals and private catering, A&S Culinary also offer corporate team building and learning events like […] The post Andrew Traub, A&S Culinary Concepts appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
Andrew Traub, A&S Culinary Concepts (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 385) Executive Chef and Owner of A&S Culinary Concepts Andrew Traub joined host John Ray to share the mouth-watering array of programs his culinary studio offers. In addition to take-home meals and private catering, A&S Culinary also offer corporate team building and learning events like […]
Sara Traub, Attorney at Law Sara's practice focuses on estate planning, and also includes probate administration, guardianships & conservatorships, disability planning, elder law, and taxation. Sara is actively involved in professional and community organizations. Sara represents the third generation of her family to become a New Mexico attorney. Find her here: https: https://pbwslaw.com/our-team/sara-r-traub-cpa/ or https://pbwslaw.com/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/PBWSLaw/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/pregenzer-baysinger-wideman-&-sale-pc/ Twitter: @pbwslaw --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/caregiver-wellness15/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/caregiver-wellness15/support
In episode 195, we discuss PRESS, a prognostic model of swallowing recovery and enteral tube feeding after stroke. The post 195 – Another Tool In the Toolkit: The PRESS Model to Predict Swallowing Recovery – Caroline Traub M.S, CCC-SLP and Marian Galovic MD appeared first on Swallow Your Pride Podcast.
Chantal Traub is an active birth doula and childbirth educator who has assisted birthing families in New York City for 21 yrs. Her experience in those areas as well as her work as a yoga teacher, integrative women's health coach, and postpartum recovery specialist has given her a deep understanding of the challenges birthing people currently face. Some of her insights might surprise you! Listen to this episode to learn: -What Chantal recommends to help you prepare for your birth -Why safety, support, and protection are essential for childbirth and what you can do to ensure that you feel confident about these areas for your labor -Why being ‘strong' isn't the only thing to focus on when preparing for labor -What can trip us up during childbirth (it's not what you think!) -What types of movement will help you prepare for childbirth -What exercises and activities Chantal and Amanda discourage their clients and patients from doing during pregnancy -How to shorten the second stage of labor and protect the perineum -What Chantal encourages all birthing people to ask to do just as the baby crowns We hope this conversation will be eye-opening and give lots of helpful information! You can find more information about Chantal and how to sign up for her workshop or contact her about her doula services here: https://www.chantaltraub.com/ If you enjoyed today's episode please leave a review and subscribe to the podcast. We appreciate your support!
Our host, Derek Wanner, SVP of Sales, Marketing & Product Development at MANA, and Mortimer Singer, Managing Partner of TRAUB & TRAUB Capital, discuss the Traub acquisition of MANA, the role of consumer insights in development & manufacturing, and what's next for MANA
The week I sit down with Alison Traub (Executive Director of Development and Alumni Relations at University of Cambridge) and Chris Cox (Vice Principal at The University of Edinburgh). Our guests talk candidly about the cultural differences between fundraising in the US vs. the UK. Alison and Chris are perfectly positioned to discuss this given their respective backgrounds. We talk structure, academics, growth over the past ten years, due diligence, admissions and more! Please connect on instagram @devdebrief or on our LinkedIn page if you want to learn more about the podcast. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/devdebrief/support
After a year that has been particularly unkind to apparel, many of us are wondering what the fate of the category might be. Consumers are spending, but just not on apparel. Even before the pandemic, many brands were struggling.So where are the opportunities for fashion brands? And what do we need to do move away from relying on discounts and promotions? Today I'm speaking with Glenn McMahon, a fashion and brand consultant with an impressive multi-decade track record of helping brands become retail winners.Most recently, Glenn was operating partner at TRAUB, after having served as CEO at St. Johns Knits. Prior to that he held C-suite roles at other international apparel brands.Glenn will be sharing his view of what brands need to do meet what today's consumers want. He also dives into where he sees opportunities - even in a challenging market.Before we get started, if you're overwhelmed with information but need a view of global sourcing, then you might want to take a look at the Current Situation in Sourcing. These concise, easy-to-read snapshot reports have been a live saver for many sourcing directors - saving them days of tedious work.You can learn more at www.current situation.net. That's www.current situation.net Now let's sit down with Glenn and get an expert view on apparel brands.
Chantal Traub is a birth doula in the NY metropolitan area who has been assisting women with their births since 2003. She is a Certified Doula (A.L.A.C.E), Certified Childbirth Educator (CEA/MNY & LAMAZE), Certified Pre/Postnatal Yoga Teacher, Certified MUTU® Systems trainer, certified women's health coach via the Integrative Women's Health Institute and specializes in Bodywork for the Childbearing Year.Chantal conducts several classes through the NY metro area for expecting moms and clinicians alike, and also virtually. For more information regarding her classes, educational content and doula services visit her at: https://www.chantaltraub.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fuelingher/support
In this episode I chat with Haley Traub, native Minnesotan and General Manager of Attaboy NYC, about the affect social media can have on our mental health, how we share our stories with the world, how COVID-19 changed our perspective on work & life, how she got into therapy, turning off email notifications on her days off, and much more.
Getting gas is a boring thing that everyone that drives a car has to do, so there's no one better to fill up with than the Covelli Center LEGEND himself Gary Traub AKA Gas Tank Gary. He's the Blue Collar Legend, The People's Champ, America's Heavyweight, whatever you want to call him. He trained over the summer with chickens and at a car dealership, you can't help but love this guy. Shirts are now available at https://tdpclothing.com! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/matawareness/support
On the first episode of the Mat Awareness podcast, Gas Tank Gary answers some questions including how he got started wrestling, to what it was like wrestling Kyle Snyder as a freshman. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/matawareness/support
Chad Dennis of The MatBoss Podcast visits with one of the viral phenoms of the 2019-20 season, Gary Traub of Ohio State. "Gas Tank Gary" as he's been dubbed, has become a fan favorite at heavyweight for his never quit attitude and his late match heroics. Traub, a walk-on from Sycamore High School, earned a scholarship earlier this season and after being thrust into the starting lineup after Chase Singletary was lost for the year due to injury. Dennis talks with Traub about the sensation that it's become on Episode 47 of The MatBoss Podcast. About MatBoss: Created by coaches for coaches, MatBoss for iPad® integrates wrestling stats directly into the video you record for each match, completely replacing the need for labor-intensive pencil and paper scoring systems. It's the wrestling stats app our sport has been waiting for. Focus on coaching, not busy work Improve through video analysis Make data an advantage Eliminate scoring errors Increase exposure Become a digital coach For more information, visit MatBossApp.com SUBSCRIBE & FOLLOW TO THE SHOW @MatBossApp | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Spreaker | Google Podcasts | RSS SUPPORT THE SHOW And if you're a fan of the extensive and broad-based reach of the shows on the Mat Talk Podcast Network, become a TEAM MEMBER today. There are various levels of perks for the different levels of team membership. If you like wrestling content -- scratch that -- if you LOVE great wrestling content, consider becoming a team member. You'll get some cool stuff too. Looking to start a podcast of your own? Get a free month with Libsyn by using the promo code MTO when you sign up. You'll get the remainder of the month from when you sign up as well as the next month free. It'll be enough time to kick the tires and lights some fires.
In this episode we have the pleasure of speaking to Chantal Traub - a doula based in NY city. Chantal is an active birth doula, childbirth educator, pre/postnatal yoga teacher and MUTU Systems trainer and has been assisting expecting families in New York City for 17 years. She is also a Women's Health Coach empowering moms through (Peri) Menopause. She created her workshop Pushing Power (2nd stage Labor & The Pelvic Floor) to help moms with the education, knowledge and the tools to set themselves up for a functional, meaningful and positive birth experience and full postpartum recovery. Some of the topics that we discussed were: -The relationship between baby and pelvis during birth (it's worth watching the video to see her demonstration on this!) - The role of the Pelvic Floor during birth - Understanding 2nd Stage Labor - How women can best prepare ahead of time You can learn more about Chantal on her website: https://www.chantaltraub.com or contact her via email: email@example.com
In this episode of the Fiction/Non/Fiction podcast, writers James Traub and Margot Livesey discuss the idea of morally weak characters with hosts V.V. Ganeshananthan and Whitney Terrell. In part one, Traub talks moral weakness, the concept of decency in the public sphere, and his recent Atlantic article about the Strzok hearing. Livesey explores the morally weak character in her novel Mercury, fiction and moral failings in the private sphere, and famously flawed characters in literary history. Readings • “[Decency Loses Its Moral Force](https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2018/07/have-they-no-sense-of-decency/565415/)” by James Traub • “[Selfishness Is Killing Liberalism](https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2018/02/liberalism-trump-era/553553/)” by James Traub • [John Quincy Adams: Militant Spirit](https://www.indiebound.org/book/9780465093830) by James Traub • [The Hidden Machinery: Essays on Writing](https://www.indiebound.org/book/9781941040683) and [Mercury](https://www.indiebound.org/book/9780062437501) by Margot Livesey • 12 Angry Men by Sidney Lumet • [On Liberty](https://www.gutenberg.org/files/34901/34901-h/34901-h.htm) by John Stuart Mill • [All The King's Men](https://www.indiebound.org/book/9780156004800?aff=PublishersWeekly) by Robert Penn Warren • [Put Out More Flags](https://www.indiebound.org/book/9781619698611?aff=) by Evelyn Waugh • [Homage to Catalonia](https://www.indiebound.org/book/9780156421171) by George Orwell • (https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/326569/1984-by-george-orwell-with-a-foreword-by-thomas-pynchon/9780452284234/) by George Orwell • Moby-Dick by Herman Melville • [The Good Soldier](https://www.gutenberg.org/files/2775/2775-h/2775-h.htm) by Ford Madox Ford • The criticism of F. R. Leavis • “[The Interview](https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/1957/07/27/the-interview-4)” by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala • [Giovanni's Room](https://www.indiebound.org/book/9781101907740) by James Baldwin • [All the Kings Men](https://www.indiebound.org/book/9780156004800?aff=PublishersWeekly) by Robert Penn Warren • [Things Fall Apart](https://www.indiebound.org/book/9780385474542) by Chinua Achebe • [Invisible Man](https://www.indiebound.org/book/9780679732761) by Ralph Ellison • “A Good Man Is Hard to Find” by Flannery O'Connor • “[Drinking Coffee Elsewhere](https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2000/06/19/drinking-coffee-elsewhere)” by ZZ Packer • [Rebecca](https://www.indiebound.org/book/9780380730407) by Daphne du Maurier • [A Passage to India](https://www.indiebound.org/book/9780156711425) by E. M. Forster • Magneto from The X-Men • [The Stanford prison experiment](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanford_prison_experiment) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices