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Today, Ali and JoDee sit down with Destiny Karash-Givens, a former science teacher who is currently a program manager at Tulane University. Together, they discuss the down side of winning Teacher of the Year, the unrealistic expectations placed upon teachers, and translating teacher brain skills into a new career. Connect with Destiny: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dify_events/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/destiny-karash-givens/Connect with Ali and JoDee:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tgtrpodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tgtrpodcastAli's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alisimon/JoDee's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jodeescissors/For episode transcriptions visit: https://thegreatteacherresignation.buzzsprout.com
Description:Harpinder Mann, RYT-500 (she/her) is a yoga teacher, mindfulness educator, and community builder currently living on Tongva Land (LA). Her practice is rooted in her spiritual background of Sikhism and Buddhism and ancestral roots in Panjab, India - this informs her desire to teach yoga authentically as a spiritual practice. Teaching since 2018 and practicing since 2013, she teaches in a way to help people mindfully connect to their bodies with curious awareness, brings a sense of healing, peace, and stillness, and creates more meaning in their lives.As the co-founder of the Womxn of Color Summit, Harpinder is actively working to decolonize wellness by creating a community and providing accessibility to healing spaces for BI&POC. Her work sits at the intersection between social justice and healing. She works 1:1 with folks on reclaiming their power & intuition to be free, is passionate about working with pregnant people, teaches at recovery centers and to kids with autism, and leads events and speaks at organizations such as Tulane University, Grindr, Ogden Museum, Decolonize Birth Conference, Lightning in a Bottle, and many more. Episode Links:Web: https://harpindermann.comWeb: https://womxnofcolorsummit.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/harpindermannyoga/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/womxnofcolorsummit/Links: https://msha.ke/harpindermannLinkTree: https://linktr.ee/womxnofcolorsummitJoey Pinz Conversations Podcast Information: • Website: https://www.joeypinz.com • Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/joeypinz • Music by Tom Izzo: @wahlsinger https://tomizzomusic.com Support our podcast: • Subscribe: https://joeypinzconversations.com/subscribe/ • How much is this podcast worth to you? Consider $5, $10 or $20/mo with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/joeypinz • How about a one-time payment? • What is the episode worth to you? $25/$50/$100/$500 /$1,000/$5,000 with PayPal (one-time): https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/JoePannone Please subscribe/follow to Joey Pinz Discipline Conversations Podcast: • Spotify, Apple, Google, or others. Please consider rating with 5 stars if you like it. • Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/joey-pinz-discipline-conversations/id1583997438 • Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/69SFwY3XSwcw9qNvElAn10 • Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS8xODI4OTA2LnJzcw • YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/JoeyPinzDisciplineConversations?sub_confirmation=1Please follow on social media: @TheJoeyPinz • Instagram: @TheJoeyPinz https://www.instagram.com/TheJoeyPinz • Twitter: @TheJoeyPinz https://twitter.com/TheJoeyPinz • Facebook: @TheJoeyPinz https://www.facebook.com/TheJoeyPinz • TikTok: @TheJoeyPinz https://www.tiktok.com/@thejoeypinz • Minds: @TheJoeyPinz https://www.minds.com/thejoeypinz • YouTube: @TheJoeyPinz https://www.youtube.com/@thejoeypinzFinally, join our newsletter: https://joeypinzconversations.com/#newsletterSupport the show
Happy Weekend! What will we discuss this week?Surviving burnout and preventionLife as an essential workerMommy GuiltHow to improve your health through lifestyle changes,The importance of sleep, and so much more!By way of background, E. Benita Varnado, MD (a/k/a "Dr. V") completed her Ob/Gyn residency at Tulane University in New Orleans, LA. After almost 20 years of service, she is now focused on lifestyle-based treatments to help others achieve optimal mental and physical well-being. Stick around for the spotlight story at the halfway point. As we have an expert who can help us with lifestyle changes, we will discuss an article titled, 11 Lifestyle Changes for Improving Mental Health and get Dr. V's take on it. Follow along here. The catalyst for this amazing career move was thru the podcast, where she not only educates women about their gynecologic health and how their bodies function but also about their overall health and wellness. Benita, as she is known by her family and friends, attributes her desire to be a health care provider to her parents and the times she “worked” in the office, they instilled in her the importance of education and hard work. From an early age, she learned she could be the one to help people who are in need and hurting. While providing educational information and motivation, Dr. V hopes to help those who listen to reach their health goals. She hopes to share the benefits of lifestyle changes (diet, exercise, sleep, connection) on medical diseases and overall wellness and health. Being a guide to help people heal themselves is her mission.Take a Deep Breath on A Mental Health Break - the podcast that normalizes the conversation around mental health. You are not alone. Which journey will resonate with you most? Catch up with weekly interviews aired since January 2020. To join the show, email PodcastsByLanci@Gmail.com.Mental Health Week BookMr. Lanci Talks Mental Health BookWebsiteYouTubeTune into That Entrepreneur Show hereTune into Writing with Authors hereAdventure by MusicbyAden | https://soundcloud.com/musicbyadenHappy | https://soundcloud.com/morning-kulishow/happy-background-music-no-copyright-fun-royalty-free-music-free-downloadBrought to you by Tampa Counseling and Wellness- Dedicated to helping individuals looking to positively transform their lives through compassionate counseling and wellness coaching. If you struggle with depression, anxiety, or other mental health issues, call now for a free consultation. 1 813 520 2807
Jordan, Reena and Brendan have on comedian, podcaster and veteran Richard Aviles to talk about Missouri, Puerto Rico, Interviewing interesting people and much more. Find The Rico Podcast by going to https://www.youtube.com/@ricopodcast https://open.spotify.com/show/5XevSVVlPVlfHBcMK2azoS?si=59054efe32464395 https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rico-podcast/id1584577877 https://www.instagram.com/rico.podcast/?hl=en https://www.facebook.com/ricopodcast/ We have a bunch of Improv, Standup Comedy and Storytelling shows coming up. Please go to lnhstudios.com/shows to grab tickets We just released our short film, Knock, for free. go to lnhstudios.com/knock to watch Come take a Comedy class with Brendan or Jordan at lnhstudios.com/classes I am sending you 1π! Pi is a new digital currency developed by Stanford PhDs, with over 25 million members worldwide. To claim your Pi, follow this link https://minepi.com/jfreeeze and use my username (jfreeeze) as your invitation code. Free Crypto https://r.honeygain.me/JORFRFD773Definitely an app worth checking out. Lets you earn crypto free! https://coin.onelink.me/ePJg/9e29869acoinbase.com/join/fried_1w_ Tune in for unbiased and scrubbed news stories brought to you by Jordan Fried (@jfreeeze), Reena Ezra (@reenaezrahere) and Brendan O'Brien (@brendanohbrien) of Late Night Hump (@latenighthump). Other podcasts are found at lnhstudios.com/podcasts In early 2019, Reena Ezra, Brendan O'Brien and Jordan Fried met performing comedy in Suffern, NY. They realized they had a passion for comedy writing and decided to put on their Circuit Break Comedy Variety Show. After the success of that show, they looked for a new venue to put on a Wednesday night comedy show. The working title for the show that never was was Late Night Hump, and although the show never happened in its original form, Reena, Brendan and Jordan have been creating and producing together under the moniker @latenighthump ever since. Reena Ezra (@ReenaEzraHere) Reena Ezra is a performer, writer, and producer from Mahwah, NJ. She studied Biology at the New Jersey Institute of Technology where she was a member of The Improv Technicians. She performed at the Del Close Marathon, Steel Stacks Improv Festival, the Hartford Improv Festival, Muchmore's, Montclair Film, Just Jake's, and Rhino Comedy, where she was a founding member of another improv troupe called The Hammerheads. She is also a co-founder of a video and comedy production company called LNH Studios. She currently produces and writes sketch comedy as well as the live, variety show, Circuit Break. Jordan Fried (@JFreeeze) Jordan Fried is a comedian and filmmaker from Warwick, NY. He studied Digital Media Production and English at Tulane University, where he was a member of Cat Mafia Comedy. He's performed at Rhino Comedy, Eastville Comedy Club, Hell Yes Fest, Binghamton Comedy and Arts Festival, New Orleans Comedy and Arts Festival and Northern Virginia Comedy Festival. He produces the comedy variety show, Circuit Break; Late Night Hump at NJ Weedman's Joint; and he is a founding member of the improv troupes, Duly Noted and The Mutts. Portfolio Here Brendan O'Brien (@BrendanOhBrien) Brendan O'Brien is a writer, comedian, filmmaker and improv teacher from Warwick, NY. He received his B.A. in Screenwriting from Brooklyn College. He has over 9 years of improv experience having previously performed with the Rockland-based improv troupe "The Plan B Players". He is a founding member of The Rhinos improv troupe and Duly Noted musical improv troupe. He designed and taught the improv curriculum at Rhino Comedy. He is a writer and producer for Late Night Hump and the Circuit Break Variety Show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sessionswithmaryjane/message
In this episode of Pekingology, Freeman Chair Jude Blanchette is joined by Martin K. Dimitrov, a professor of political science at Tulane University, to discuss his recent book, ‘Dictatorship and Information': Authoritarian Regime Resilience in Communist Europe and China.
On Monday, Tulane University amazed the nation when the school's football team won the 2023 Cotton Bowl, beating football powerhouse USC 46-45. The historic game is the Green Wave's first major bowl win since the Sugar Bowl in 1935. For more on the game, Louisiana Considered's Managing Producer Alana Schreiber spoke with Tulane wide receiver Jha'Quan Jackson about the historic win and what this means for the future of Tulane football. Louisiana's Early Steps program is a statewide effort to provide early intervention services to infants and toddlers who have developmental delays and disabilities. But Louisiana is enrolling fewer children into this program compared to other states. Libbie Sonnier, executive director of the Louisiana Policy Institute for Children, tells us how we can better support children in need of these special services. In Louisiana, we are still mourning the loss of Walter “Wolfman” Washington, a legendary local guitarist and singer who passed away in late December. He was a member of the band the Roadmasters, and often collaborated with artists like Irma Thomas, Joe Krown, and Russell Batiste Jr. To honor his legacy, take a listen to Wolfman's performance of “Use Me Up,” at the 2020 virtual Crescent City Blues and BBQ Festival. Today's episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Adam Vos. Our managing producer is Alana Schreiber and our digital editor is Katelyn Umholtz. Our engineers are Garrett Pittman, Aubry Procell, and Thomas Walsh. You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at 12:00 and 7:30 pm. It's available on Spotify, Google Play, and wherever you get your podcasts. Louisiana Considered wants to hear from you! Please fill out our pitch line to let us know what kinds of story ideas you have for our show. And while you're at it, fill out our listener survey! We want to keep bringing you the kinds of conversations you'd like to listen to. Louisiana Considered is made possible with support from our listeners. Thank you!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today on the podcast we have Dr. Melinda Manolas MD, MPH! Dr. Manolas is a third year resident at Weill-Cornell Hospital in New York who, upon completing her residency seeks a fellowship in endocrinology. Additionally, Dr. Manolas is a storyteller and digital educator with followings on twitter, Instagram, tiktok, and more. Dr. Manolas received her Bachelor of Science degree from Cornell University in 2015. From there she went onto receive her MD from Tulane University of Medicine in 2020. In this podcast, Dr. Manolas talks about the desigmitization of Physician Mental health, her path to becoming a resident, her thoughts on the future of medicine, and cultural humility.
Franziska Trautmann is the founder and CEO of Glass Half Full, a recycling company that converts glass into sand for coastal restoration projects and disaster relief. She and her co-founder Max were students at Tulane University when they launched the initiative. Trautmann shares her Brief But Spectacular take on "glassroots" recycling. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Franziska Trautmann is the founder and CEO of Glass Half Full, a recycling company that converts glass into sand for coastal restoration projects and disaster relief. She and her co-founder Max were students at Tulane University when they launched the initiative. Trautmann shares her Brief But Spectacular take on "glassroots" recycling. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Franziska Trautmann is the founder and CEO of Glass Half Full, a recycling company that converts glass into sand for coastal restoration projects and disaster relief. She and her co-founder Max were students at Tulane University when they launched the initiative. Trautmann shares her Brief But Spectacular take on "glassroots" recycling. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Kesha T. Clinkscale is a native New Orleanian and a graduate of Tulane University where she studied Exercise Science/Sports Medicine and Africa and African Diaspora Studies. ____________________________ For more about Obehi Podcast, visit our YouTube channel - Youtube.com/c/ObehiPodcast. Check out also our official website ObehiEwanfoh.com. Do you want to learn how to better leverage your storytelling skill and earn more? Then check out our training class: Storytelling For Content Creators and Digital Entrepreneurs --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/obehi-podcast/message
LaKia Williams is a reproductive justice organizer and host/creator of the Black Feminist Rants podcast. She has experience in contraceptive equity organizing, by creating a sexual health mutual aid program at her alma mater, Tulane University. On this week's episode with LaKia, we take a deep dive into the background of reproductive justice and the reproductive justice movement. We discuss the impacts of Roe v. Wade and inequities that people, especially people in BIPOC communities, are currently facing in our country with reproductive freedom and autonomy. LaKia's Instagram: @blackfeministrantsLaKia's Website: blackfeministrants.com Brianna's Instagram: @mombossinaustin@badassbasicbitch
Do you want to discover your greatest potential?In this episode of the Happy Hustle Podcast, I have Dr. Kristin Comella, a world-renowned expert on regenerative medicine with a focus on adipose (fat) derived stem cells. We talk about regenerative medicine, reversing chronic disease, and human betterment. Dr. Kristin was named number 24 on Terrapin's list of the Top 50 Global Stem Cell Influencers and number 1 on the Academy of Regenerative Practices list of Top 10 Stem Cell Innovators. Most recently, Dr. Comella made the list of Top 50 Functional and Integrative Medical Doctors/Scientists in the country by DrAxe.com, one of the most visited natural health websites in the world. She has more than a dozen peer-reviewed publications indexed on Pubmed in the field of regenerative medicine.She has an extensive background in the study and implementation of biohacking and stem cell therapy. With an engineering background focusing on the mechanics and systems of the body in order to achieve optimal health, her more than 20+ years experience has given her notable training with experts in the stem cell arena. Her graduate studies and coursework at Ohio State University provided her the opportunity to work with Dr. Jeffery Chalmers to focus on the use of nano-particle magnets to isolate/separate cells. She then delved more deeply into stem cell research at Osiris Therapeutics — a small start-up in Maryland — co-founded by the ‘father of Mesenchymal Stem Cells,' Dr. Arnie Caplan. Following her work at Osiris, Dr. Comella was offered the opportunity to work with Dr. Darwin Prockop, the Grandfather of cellular therapy research on mesenchymal progenitors, at Tulane University.For a limited time, Dr. Kristin is offering a free red light treatment just for the Happy Hustlers, you can sign up here at https://infiniteimpacthealth.com/contact/
We had the pleasure of interviewing Sofi Vonn over Zoom video!London based New York born electronic pop singer-songwriter Sofi Vonn released her latest single “Songs” today, following an exclusive premiere yesterday with Pop Culturalist. This single followed the success of Sofi's recently released singles “what you started”"Ghost" and "Best I Can" as well as the success of her debut EP That Was A Close Call that was released at the end of 2021 following an exclusive premiere and interview with LADYGUNN. “Songs” is the first single release from Sofi in the build up to her sophomore EP set for release later this year. Sofi's deep lyrics and light melodies create a set of contradictions that somehow fit together perfectly to tell a relatable narrative of youth. With her exceptional voice, she deftly expresses emotions and opinions on society, love, sexuality, and all the other things that everyone goes through. Vonn's music draws from her personal experiences which have taken her across the world and back several times. In the build up to the release of her debut EP Sofi premiered a handful of singles off the EP with outlets like Hollywood Life, and QueertyBorn and raised in New York City to German parents, she grew up in the artistic driven West Village neighborhood drawing musical influence from a variety of different backgrounds which has given her the freedom to come up with an artistic style that is uniquely her own. Following High School in Zürich, Switzerland Sofi felt confused as she considered what to do post-graduation. Sofi took a break from music and attended Tulane University in New Orleans where she earned a degree in psychology (with a German minor), but as fate would have it, she was brought back to music when she studied abroad in Berlin, Germany for a year.Besides DJing at a festival, she also studied sound engineering for a bit before finally landing a full-time job with the BMG record label, which brought Vonn back to her hometown of New York City. Her work at the label taught her marketing skills that she then used to help her advance her DJ career at night. She became an in-demand house and techno DJ, booking numerous shows around the city for the next two years.Unlike many pop singers, Vonn writes all of her own material. A vibrant storyteller, her depth of feeling and love for her craft is evident in every track. Her warm and powerful voice is the perfect means for conveying her lyrics, which are at once introspective yet universal. Concurrent with her formal music education. With everything in place Sofi Vonn is now ready to start the buildup to the release of her sophomore EP, so stay tuned to Sofi's socials below for updates from Sofi including new music as well as upcoming concerts.We want to hear from you! Please email Hello@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #SofiVonn #ThatWasACloseCall #NewMusic #Zoom #NewMusicListen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter!https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod
Derrion Rakestraw is a graduate of the University of Colorado and Tulane University, both of which he played football at. He is now navigating the world and leveraging connections. Throughout his experience as a student as well as an athlete, Derrion gained many helpful skills that transfer to any field of work. He had the opportunity to grow as a leader, excel in many different leadership styles, demonstrate proper time management, demonstrate the ability to coach as well as be coachable, learn how to juggle multiple responsibilities, learn how to adapt to new situations and cultures, and much more. Derrion has demonstrated the ability to learn quickly and is in continuous pursuit of new learning opportunities. He enjoys working with leaders who have the drive and passion to win. (Image ©University of Colorado) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Toxic positivity is a phenomenon that has become increasingly prevalent in recent years. It is characterized by the constant reinforcement of an overly optimistic attitude, to the point of ignoring, invalidating, or minimizing the hardships or feelings faced by individuals. This can create a sense of disconnect between people. It can also be detrimental to those struggling with mental health issues, as it invalidates their experiences and makes them feel like they are not allowed to have genuine emotions. To address the concept and challenges of toxic positivity to individuals and relationships, we consulted Psychotherapist, Whitney Goodman. Walking us through her book aptly titled Toxic Positivity: Keeping It Real in a World Obsessed with Being Happy, Whitney helps us understand how to create an atmosphere of open communication, where people can be honest about their feelings without fear of judgment or invalidation. Listen and learn: Toxic positivity: what does it mean? The repercussions of toxic positivity How toxic positivity can stunt creativity What does healthy non-toxic positivity look like? Why has the concept of toxic positivity become so controversial? How to avoid toxic positivity Toxic positivity in the workplace: challenges and solutions How do we let go of toxic positivity? The benefits and drawbacks of complaining Resources: Learn more about Whitney on her site: https://sitwithwhit.com/ Grab your copy of Toxity Positivity: Keeping It Real in a World Obsessed with Being Happy: https://bookshop.org/a/30734/9780593418277 Grab your copy of all our favorite books at bookshop.org/shop/offtheclockpsych, including Yael's new book, Work, Parent, Thrive! Check out Debbie, Yael, and Jill's websites to access their offerings, sign up for their newsletters, buy their books, and more! About Whitney Goodman Whitney Goodman, LMFT, is the radically honest psychotherapist behind the hugely popular Instagram account @sitwithwhit. She is also an author and the owner of The Collaborative Counseling Center, a virtual therapy practice in Florida. Whitney's debut book TOXIC POSITIVITY: KEEPING IT REAL IN A WORLD OBSESSED WITH BEING HAPPY, shows readers how to shift the goal from being happy to being authentic in order to live fully. A millennial on a quest to make mental health information accessible and easy to understand, Whitney helps people who want to improve their relationships and emotional wellness. She earned her undergraduate degree at Tulane University and a graduate degree in Counseling Psychology from The University of Miami. Whitney has a column in Psychology Today and has been featured in several publications, including The New York Times, Teen Vogue, NY Magazine, and Good Morning America. Relevant episodes: 168. Everyday Conversations: How Conversational Style Impacts Relationships with Deborah Tannen 179. How to Be An Adult in Relationships with Dave Richo 181. Stop Avoiding Stuff with Matt Boone 191. Conversations that Connect with AJ Harbinger 269. Connection Through Vulnerability with Rikke Kjelgaard 270. How Am I Doing? with Cory Yeager Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jean and Dina dish about the slow and steady approach to sustainable behavior change, the challenges faced when going back to school as an adult, and encouraging everyone to individualize their definitions of success. Jean Hanks, MS, RDN, CDN earned her BA in sociology with a minor in dance from Tulane University in New Orleans, before completing her Master's in Nutrition at Hunter College in NYC. Jean started her career as a clinical dietitian and is skilled at providing Medical Nutrition Therapy for individuals with various nutrition-related health conditions. She has worked for the NYC Department of Health, where she provided culinary demonstrations at farmers' markets throughout the city. She is currently the lead dietitian at Well by Messer, a brand-new metabolic health and wellness center, and a contributing writer for the website Woman Around Town. Jean is a runner and is passionate about cooking—and eating, in general. You can find Jean at https://www.jeanhanksnutrition.com/ and on Instagram as @thehungryrdn. If you enjoyed this podcast, please subscribe, leave a review, and share it with others! You can also submit listener feedback or request to be a guest on a future episode by completing this form: https://forms.gle/7UZ2kEPDHjBgLhRU9. Help support this podcast for as little as $0.99/month: https://anchor.fm/dishwithdina/support --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dishwithdina/support
First time host Donald Antenen interviews first time guest Joey Keegin and back by popular demand guest James Pogue. They discuss the Cincinnati Bengals, underappreciated American writers Bernard DeVoto and Henry Bugbee, CrimethInc., and lessons from their anarchist days for navigating the doom of today. Joseph M. Keegin @fxxfy is an editor at The Point and a doctoral student in philosophy at Tulane University. Donald Antenen @riversofeurope lives with his wife and daughters in the Pacific Northwest. He is translating Genesis: Beginning: a Verse Translation of Genesis. James Pogue @jhensonpogue is an American essayist and journalist. He is a contributing editor at Harper's Magazine. His pieces have appeared on the covers of Harper's and The American Conservative. He is the author of Chosen Country: A Rebellion in the West, a first-person account of conflict over public lands in the American west.
“Right next to the really cheap junk, there are some really cheap gems." Welcome to a new season of the Value Investing with Legends podcast! We're delighted to welcome our first guests for the season, Andrew Wellington and Dan Kaskawits from Lyrical Asset Management. In 2008, Andrew started the firm with three core pillars of investing: value, quality, and analyzability. That approach leads them to focus on building concentrated portfolios that generate great returns through the core principles of value investing with a long-term time horizon. Andrew Wellington is the Chief Investment Officer of Lyrical and has more than two decades of experience in the asset management industry. After spending five years in management consulting, in 1996, Andrew joined Pzena Investment Management as a founding member and its first research analyst. Five years later, after honing his skills as an equity analyst and value investor, Andrew joined Neuberger Berman in 2001, where he went on to run their institutional mid-cap value product. After Neuberger, Andrew spent two years in activist investing at New Mountain Capital. Andrew graduated summa cum laude and as the top graduating senior from the University of Pennsylvania's Management & Technology Program in 1990, earning a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the Wharton School and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from the School of Engineering. Dan Kaskawits joined Lyrical in January 2018 as a Senior Research Analyst. Dan has over 15 years of experience investing in public equities. Before Lyrical, he served as an Analyst at Elm Ridge Capital from January 2011 to December 2017 and as an Associate at Citi Investment Research from October 2003 to June 2009. Dan graduated from Tulane University and received an MBA from Columbia Business School. Dan has earned the right to use the Chartered Financial Analyst designation. In this episode, Andrew, Dan, and I discuss how they got started in the asset management industry, lessons they learned from value investing legends, why Andrew founded Lyrical Asset Management, what makes a successful international value strategy, Lyrical's approach to search, how they operationalize their core pillars, why it's advantageous to be a generalist, their top book recommendations, and so much more! Lyrical Asset Management LP's participation in this interview does not convey any offering or the solicitation of any offer to invest in the strategies discussed. Moreover, the information contained in this interview is not provided by Lyrical in a fiduciary capacity and does not constitute investment advice. Positions held by Lyrical portfolios are subject to change without notice; Lyrical bears no responsibility to update any opinions or information expressed herein. A list of all Lyrical recommendations is available upon request. Please see lyricalam.com/notes for a discussion of certain material risks of an investment in Lyrical's strategies. Key Topics: Welcome Andrew and Dan to the show (00:56) How Andrew got into asset management from management consulting (3:09) Dan's journey to Columbia Business School and his asset management career (5:29) Invaluable lessons from Joel Greenblatt and Rich Pzena in being an equity analyst and a value investor (8:25) Learning to be a value investor at Elm Ridge (11:05) The restrictions that come from career concerns and what makes Lyrical Asset Management different (16:04) Crucial elements of a successful international value strategy (19:43) Lyrical's approach to search and the use of screens (23:33) Defining quality and analyzability and how Lyrical operationalizes them (29:20) Computing ROIC with significant intangibles (36:12) Ashtead Technology is a quintessential example of Lyrical's investment philosophy (42:43) Often overlooked benefits of counter-cyclical cashflow (46:59) The generalist's advantage (50:04) Dimensions of popularity (52:52) Why Lyrical offers clients the opportunity to invest in value ETFs (54:55) How the FAANG stocks influenced the outsized return of growth vs. value stocks in the past 10 to 15 years (59:14) Lyrical's value-focused impact strategy (1:02:27) Andrew's philosophy: “Don't predict; prepare.” (1:06:19) Dan and Andrew's book recommendations (1:08:44) And much more! Mentioned in this Episode: Lyrical Asset Management Value Investing with Legends Podcast | Allison Fisch - Unlocking Value in Emerging Markets Annie Duke's Book | Quit: The Power of Knowing When to Walk Away Benjamin Graham's Book | The Intelligent Investor Rev Ed.: The Definitive Book on Value Investing Bruce C. Greenwald's Book | Competition Demystified: A Radically Simplified Approach to Business Strategy James Montier's Book | Value Investing: Tools and Techniques for Intelligent Investment Michael Mauboussin's Books Annie Duke's Book | Thinking in Bets: Making Smarter Decisions When You Don't Have All the Facts Walter Isaacson's Book | The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Race Walter Isaacson's Book | Steve Jobs Ryan Holiday's Book | Stillness Is the Key Thanks for Listening! Be sure to subscribe on Apple, Google, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. And feel free to drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. 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Alex Goryachev is the former managing director of Cisco's global Co-Innovation Center, where he spearheaded programs and initiatives to accelerate innovation. He is a Silicon Valley veteran who is a sought-after speaker on innovation and is often referred to as the ‘innovation therapist'. This episode dives into innovation's role as the natural enemy of bureaucracy and how constrained environments stifle innovation. More about our guest:Over the past 20 years, Alex made it his business to turn disruptive concepts into successful ecosystem-centric business models. He has an extensive track record of building and leading global cross-industry business & technology teams focused on revenue and market share growth, increasing customer acquisition and profitability through new digital products and offerings.Alex is passionate about leveraging innovation purposefully and pragmatically to create opportunities for all. Today, he is serving as Innovator-in-Residence at the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Tulane University. He is an active venture partner with Interlock Capital, a community-driven venture fund primarily investing in underrepresented founders and geographies. Alex is also a US delegate and Technical Advisory Group member in the International Standards Association (ISO), defining global common standards for Innovation Management.------------------------------------------------Episode Guide:1:01 - What is Innovation?2:21 - Innovation: playful pragmatism4:50 - Bureaucracy vs Innovation7:06 - Ability in adapting to change8:50 - What isn't innovation?10:25 - Conflations and implications: Idea and Innovation ; Invention and Innovation12:20 - Quantifying Innovation and Metrics16:10 - Innovation Indicator: 'Spent'17:29 - Employee Sentiment Metrics19:43 - Innovation: Shaping Careers21:24 - Life outside Work22:38 - Advice to Innovators-------------------------Resources Mentioned: Company: Best Places to Work Rankings: 'World's Best Workplaces™ 2022'Company: Napster-------------------------OUTLAST Consulting offers professional development and strategic advisory services in the areas of innovation and diversity management.
Actor, writer and producer Paul Sidhu is rapidly becoming a major force in independent cinema, having recently top-lined seven different films. He currently stars opposite Kristanna Loken, Gary Daniels and Corbin Bernsen in director R. Ellis Frazier's action thriller, Repeater from Saban Films, in which his hitman character is hired to track down a hacker/whistleblower. The film opens in theaters on December 9 and on VOD, December 13. Sidhu also stars in Uppercut, director Robert Beaumont's upcoming romantic drama about an awkward attorney whose life trajectory is changed by his female boxer client. He also takes the lead in Deep Stage, an action drama about a former professional drag racer and part time drug dealer who is recruited by the DEA to take down a dangerous kingpin. Sidhu stars in, produces and co-wrote another action drama – Escape from Black Water – about an attorney who travels to the other side of the world to find what happened to his missing fiancée, but winds up in a prison convicted of her murder. A native of New Delhi, India who grew up in the Pacific Northwest, Paul was more interested in clinical psychology than drama in high school. Following that path, he attended the University of Washington, where he determined that medicine was his career goal. He later received a Masters Degree in Public Health from Tulane University, where he also graduated from medical school and switched his discipline from psychology to dermatology. As a doctor, he served his residency at the University of Southern California, and soon opened his dermatology practice, which was very successful. It was in Los Angeles, while befriending many people in the local arts community – actors, writers, directors – that Paul achieved what he terms a personal renaissance, which revived a nascent fascination with films and filmmaking. His first film foray as a lead actor, writer and producer was Aakhari Decision, in which he portrays a reluctant assassin who is dragged back into his dangerous profession when he falls in love. Not only did the film get a major theatrical release in India, but it made a cool profit for its investors. Turning to science fiction, he starred in and wrote 2307: Winter's Dream, a futuristic sci-fi action film, set in the 24th Century, in which he portrayed a retired special forces humanoid hunter who is pulled out of retirement to hunt down the leader of a humanoid rebellion.
This week we're replaying a classic episode where your hosts Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey interview Ian Alexander, Katrina Taraska, and Joseph Preiser of Goldberg & Goldberg (https://www.chicagomedicalmalpracticefirm.com/). Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here to Rate and Review Episode Details: Chicago trial lawyers Ian Alexander, Katrina Taraska, and Joseph Preiser of Goldberg & Goldberg share how they successfully represented 25-year-old model Irma Sabanovic's grieving family after Irma drove her car over an unmarked curb and drowned in the Chicago River. In May 2011, Irma drove her Ford Focus to Goose Island to pick up her boyfriend from a late-night performance at a nightclub and got lost on a dead-end street bisected by the Chicago River. Due to the City of Chicago's failure to maintain barriers or provide warnings to motorists --despite knowledge of a similar incident that occurred more than a decade earlier -- Irma unknowingly drove her car over the curb and into the water. After an extensive search, her body was discovered nine days later in her vehicle. At trial, the defense attempted to blame Irma for her own wrongful death, insinuating she was drunk, driving impaired, and not paying attention. In May 2016, a Cook County, Illinois jury awarded Irma's family $13,890,000 in damages, delivering the #6 verdict in Illinois in 2016. View/Download Trial Documents Guest Bios: Katrina M. Taraska Originally from the East Coast, Katrina M. Taraska grew up in a family of seven in Peoria, Illinois. Her mother was a language teacher proficient in French, Italian and Spanish who devoted her time to the enrichment of the lives of her students while teaching at area schools. Her father, a dedicated pathologist, was one of the four original founders of the Midwest affiliate of St. Jude Children's Hospital, which provides care to children with childhood diseases. Unique to Ms. Taraska's chosen career in personal injury law, she was the victim of a propane gas explosion, in which a commercial building collapsed on her, her mother, her brother, and a close family friend. The explosion left Taraska with extensive second and third-degree burns early in her life. She was hospitalized for 3 months, during which she underwent skin grafting of her arms, legs, hands, and chest. Incredibly, a year prior to the explosion, Ms. Taraska's father and a reconstructive surgeon opened the only downstate burn unit in Peoria where she was successfully treated despite the severity of her burns. It is this life-changing event that has played a significant role in Ms. Taraska's career of representing the injured. After graduating from law school Ms. Taraska has successfully represented clients and their families in complex litigation. In 1995, Katrina Taraska began practicing law in downstate Illinois where she grew up. In 2000 she became a partner with a Peoria law firm where she enjoyed the privilege of advocating for her clients in their respective claims for personal injuries, medical negligence, worker's compensation, and employment discrimination. She frequently appeared before the Circuit Court of Peoria County, Illinois, the Illinois Department of Human Rights, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Social Security Administration, the Department of Employment Security, and in the United States District Court for the Central District of Illinois. In 2009, Ms. Taraska joined the Chicago law firm of Goldberg & Goldberg, where she continued her professional experience as a Plaintiff's lawyer in tort litigation. As a focus of her practice, she concentrates on representing individuals and their families in catastrophic medical malpractice and wrongful death claims. Her cases have involved spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, complications from surgical procedures, cardiovascular injuries, birth injuries, interventional radiology, infections, negligence in the diagnosis and treatment of injuries involving alleged abuse and neglect, gynecological and obstetric injuries, and products liability cases. Ms. Taraska also represents individuals involved in transportation accidents (railroad grade crossings, motor vehicle accidents, and semi-truck collisions), as well as premises liability claims, and injuries from assault, battery, and false imprisonment. Throughout her career, Ms. Taraska has been active in professional organizations including the Peoria County Bar Association, the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, the American Inns of Court (Abraham Lincoln Chapter), the National Employment Lawyers Association, and the Chicago Bar Association. She has been a guest writer for the Peoria Woman Magazine and enjoys mentoring younger lawyers in their professional endeavors. Ms. Taraska is a member of the Catholic Church and is active in the service of those individuals in need in the local community. Read Full Bio Ian R. Alexander Mr. Alexander concentrates his practice on representing the victims of catastrophic injuries in the areas of medical malpractice and complex personal injury litigation. Mr. Alexander first joined Goldberg & Goldberg in 1999 and became a partner in 2004. Mr. Alexander has tried to verdict and/ or settled numerous medical malpractice, product liability, aviation, railroad, construction negligence, and other complex personal injury cases. Mr. Alexander has been appointed to the plaintiff's steering committee in the litigation arising out of the Amtrak-Bourbonnais Train Disaster, the Hinkley Air Disaster, and the Oshkosh Mid-Air Disaster, among other litigation. Mr. Alexander has published articles regularly on issues pertaining to medical malpractice litigation. Mr. Alexander was raised in north suburban Chicago and attended the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He received his legal education at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. Mr. Alexander is admitted to practice before the Illinois Bar and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. He is also a member of the Federal Trial Bar. Mr. Alexander is married and has two children. He resides with his family in Highland Park, IL. Read Full Bio Joseph Preiser Born in Chicago, Illinois, Joseph M. Preiser grew up in the suburbs of Oak Park and River Forest. Joseph's father, a personal injury attorney, unintentionally set Joseph on a path toward a career in law. From an early age, often unbeknownst to his father, Joseph read his father's books authored by prominent trial attorneys including, Gerry Spence, Robert Shapiro, Irving Younger, and Vincent Bugliosi, sparking Joseph's interest in law and justice. After graduating from Oak Park-River Forest High School, Joseph attended the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. While pursuing his undergraduate degree, Joseph began to hone his skills as a trial lawyer by participating on the University of Illinois' Mock Trial team. During his senior year, Joseph's team won the Regional Mock Trial Championship and competed in the Mock Trial National Championship in Des Moines, Iowa. In 2006, after working for a year at a large Chicago law firm, Joseph received an Honors Scholarship and enrolled at Loyola University in the Juris Doctorate and MBA programs. While attending law and business school, Joseph worked as a judicial extern for Cook County Circuit Court Judge Thomas L. Hogan and as a traffic prosecutor for the City of Chicago, where he prosecuted over 185 bench trials to verdict. In 2009, Joseph graduated with a joint J.D./M.B.A. degree. While earning his degrees, Joseph obtained recognition on the Dean's List, was a participant on the Health Law Moot Court team, assisted at Loyola's Business Law Clinic, obtained his M.B.A. with honors, and became a Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society member. After graduation, Joseph immediately went to work for the Cook County State's Attorney's office as an Assistant State's Attorney. In his first year, Joseph authored and filed more than 30 appellate briefs in the Illinois Appellate Court, First District. Notably, Joseph authored the State's brief in People v. Tripp, a matter of first impression in Illinois, in which the Appellate Court agreed with Joseph's position and published an opinion in his favor. Joseph also argued on behalf of the State before the Illinois Appellate Court in People v. Primbas, an animal cruelty case that resulted in the death of a Rottweiler, where the Appellate Court again agreed with Joseph and published an opinion in his favor. For the following four years, Joseph worked in the Traffic Division where he prosecuted DUIs and represented the victims of automobile crashes. During his time in the Traffic Division Joseph refined his skills in the courtroom, prosecuting over 600 trials to verdict including 14 jury trials. In recognition of his performance and dedication, the Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists awarded Joseph with a Certificate of Recognition and Achievement. In late 2014, Joseph was assigned to the State's Attorney's Office's Felony Review Unit. During his time, he spoke to victims of crimes, Mirandized and obtained statements from violent offenders, reviewed evidence, and provided consultation on charging decisions to law enforcement agencies throughout Cook County. In 2015, Joseph joined Goldberg & Goldberg where he continued his practice as a civil trial lawyer with a concentration on representing the victims of medical malpractice. Joseph is involved in all matters related to the trial of these complex civil litigation matters, including taking and defending depositions, drafting and arguing contested motions, attending court, and assisting on all of the firm's catastrophic medical malpractice and wrongful death claims. Joseph has specialized knowledge in Illinois Traffic Law and crash investigations, particularly as they affect victims in car crashes, motorcycle crashes, and pedestrian injuries. Dedicated to the needs of all of his friends and clients, Joseph is willing to lend his assistance on any law-related matter. Joseph relishes the opportunity to work with and learn from the other talented lawyers at Goldberg & Goldberg. Joseph appreciates the firm's devotion to their clients, their comprehensive commitment to preparation, and their unrelenting fearlessness in the courtroom. Read Full Bio Show Sponsors: Legal Technology Services - LegalTechService.com Digital Law Marketing - DigitalLawMarketing.com Harris Lowry Manton LLP - hlmlawfirm.com Free Resources: Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 1 Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 2
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Hello there! Today's show is a great conversation with a great guest. No news or additional guest today but a great hour with Tim Wise Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more Tim Wise, whom scholar and philosopher Cornel West calls, “A vanilla brother in the tradition of (abolitionist) John Brown,” is among the nation's most prominent antiracist essayists and educators. He has spent the past 25 years speaking to audiences in all 50 states, on over 1000 college and high school campuses, at hundreds of professional and academic conferences, and to community groups across the nation. He has also lectured internationally in Canada and Bermuda, and has trained corporate, government, law enforcement and medical industry professionals on methods for dismantling racism in their institutions. Wise's antiracism work traces back to his days as a college activist in the 1980s, fighting for divestment from (and economic sanctions against) apartheid South Africa. After graduation, he threw himself into social justice efforts full-time, as a Youth Coordinator and Associate Director of the Louisiana Coalition Against Racism and Nazism: the largest of the many groups organized in the early 1990s to defeat the political candidacies of white supremacist and former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke. From there, he became a community organizer in New Orleans' public housing, and a policy analyst for a children's advocacy group focused on combatting poverty and economic inequity. He has served as an adjunct professor at the Smith College School of Social Work, in Northampton, MA., and from 1999-2003 was an advisor to the Fisk University Race Relations Institute in Nashville, TN. Wise is the author of seven books, including his highly-acclaimed memoir, White Like Me: Reflections on Race from a Privileged Son, as well as Dear White America: Letter to a New Minority, and Under the Affluence: Shaming the Poor, Praising the Rich and Sacrificing the Future of America. His forthcoming book, White LIES Matter: Race, Crime and the Politics of Fear in America, will be released in 2018. His essays have appeared on Alternet, Salon, Huffington Post, Counterpunch, Black Commentator, BK Nation, Z Magazine and The Root, which recently named Wise one of the “8 Wokest White People We Know.” Wise has been featured in several documentaries, including “The Great White Hoax: Donald Trump and the Politics of Race and Class in America,” and “White Like Me: Race, Racism and White Privilege in America,” both from the Media Education Foundation. He also appeared alongside legendary scholar and activist, Angela Davis, in the 2011 documentary, “Vocabulary of Change.” In this public dialogue between the two activists, Davis and Wise discussed the connections between issues of race, class, gender, sexuality and militarism, as well as inter-generational movement building and the prospects for social change. Wise is also one of five persons—including President Barack Obama—interviewed for a video exhibition on race relations in America, featured at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC. Additionally, his media presence includes dozens of appearances on CNN, MSNBC and NPR, feature interviews on ABC's 20/20 and CBS's 48 Hours, as well as videos posted on YouTube, Facebook and other social media platforms that have received over 20 million views. His podcast, “Speak Out with Tim Wise,” launched this fall and features weekly interviews with activists, scholars and artists about movement building and strategies for social change. Wise graduated from Tulane University in 1990 and received antiracism training from the People's Institute for Survival and Beyond, in New Orleans. Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page
This Giving Tuesday, help us in our mission to tell it like it is and help protect children and their innocence: https://ruthinstitute.org/giving-tuesday/ Join us on censorship-free Locals: TheRuthInstitute.Locals.com William J. Federer is a nationally known speaker, best-selling author, and president of Amerisearch, Inc., a publishing company dedicated to researching America's noble heritage. Bill's American Minute radio feature is broadcast daily across America and by the Internet. His Faith in History television airs on the TCT Network on stations across America and via DirectTV. Dr. Scott Yenor is professor of political science at Boise State University. He is also chairman of the board at a classical Christian school, the Ambrose School, which is in Meridian Idaho. He is author of Family Politics, the idea of marriage in modern political thought, David Hume's Humanity, a book on Reconstruction, and Recovering Family Life: The Rolling Revolution and Its Limits. Dr. Yenor is a Washington Fellow at the Claremont Institute's Center for the American Way of Life. He and his wife, Amy, have five kids: one out of college and married, two in college, one senior in high school (Lumpy), and a sixth grader (Biscuit). Julie Maddox Is the Chairwoman for the Speech Contest for America's Freedom Festival at Provo and has worked with the Festival for over 15 years. After graduating with her Master's Degree in English from Brigham Young University in 1983, she married Matt Maddox and settled down in Utah County, where she and her husband have seven children, five of whom are married, and 15 grandchildren. Don Feder was a long-time columnist for the Boston Herald, and served as Communications Director for the World Congress of Families. He is now The Ruth Institute's Coalitions Director. Feder practiced law in New York state from 1973-1976. His Boston Herald column was syndicated by Creators Syndicate and carried by more than 40 newspapers and e-magazines. His writings have appeared in USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The Weekly Standard, National Review, The American Enterprise, Readers Digest, FrontPage Magazine, Insight magazine, and Human Events. He has written two books: A Jewish Conservative Looks at Pagan America (1993) and Who's Afraid of the Religious Right? (1996). John Zmirak is a Senior Editor of The Stream, and author of the new Politically Incorrect Guide to Catholicism. He received his B.A. from Yale University in 1986, then his M.F.A. in screenwriting and fiction and his Ph.D. in English in 1996 from Louisiana State University. He taught composition at LSU and screenwriting at Tulane University, and has written screenplays for and with director Ronald Maxwell (Gods & Generals and Gettysburg). He has been Press Secretary to pro-life Louisiana Governor Mike Foster, and a reporter and editor at Success magazine and Investor's Business Daily, among other publications. His essays, poems, and other works have appeared in First Things, The Weekly Standard, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, USA Today, FrontPage Magazine, The American Conservative, The South Carolina Review, Modern Age, The Intercollegiate Review, Commonweal, and The National Catholic Register, among other venues. He is author, co-author, or editor of twelve books, including The Race to Save Our Century. Bill Federer's book, The Treacherous World of the 16th Century & How the Pilgrims Escaped It: The Prequel to America's Freedom: https://www.amazon.com/Treacherous-World-Century-Pilgrims-Escaped/dp/0989649148/ref=sr_1_3 Bill Federer's website; https://americanminute.com/ Articles by Scott Yenor www.yenorbook.com/articles Scott Yenor's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDwZ... Julie Maddox's FB page: https://www.facebook.com/julie.maddox.12 Don's short video on Why Fertility Rates Matter: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bm0lHzAHz1U Don Feder's blog: www.donfeder.com Don Feder's book, "A Jewish Conservative Looks At Pagan America": www.amazon.com/Jewish-Conservative-Looks-Pagan-America/dp/1563840375 Don Feder's book, "Who's Afraid Of The Religious Right?": www.amazon.com/gp/product/0895264560 The Stream: https://stream.org/ John Zmirak's book, The Politically Incorrect Guide to Catholicism: https://www.amazon.com/Politically-Incorrect-Guide-Catholicism/dp/1621575861/ John Zmirak's book, The Race To Save Our Century: www.saveourcentury.com/ This episode may also be seen on the following formats: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSi2OoPf_APunkaLSv4jrKMB65x78U5MH https://www.bitchute.com/channel/MXkWgTk4Brwr/ https://rumble.com/c/TheRuthInstitute https://odysee.com/@TheRuthInstitute:7?view=content&order=new Support our Studio campaign: https://ruthinstitute.org/build-the-studio/ Thank you SO much for helping us make our Dr. J Shows even better! Sign up for our weekly newsletter here: https://ruthinstitute.org/newsletter
Video: Peterson Tells Millennials Why They CAN'T Change The World.. (8:03) “WATCH OUT! It started…” – Peter Schiff's Last WARNING (10:07) So THIS is how they plan to screw these companies, from inside out | Redacted with Clayton Morris (2:48) Higher vitamin C levels associated with lower mortality risk during 16-year period Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, November 25, 2022 A study reported in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health has uncovered an association between higher plasma vitamin C levels and a lower risk of mortality during more than 16 years of follow-up. The study included 473 men and 475 women between the ages of 53 and 84 who were enrolled in the General Population Nutrition Intervention Trial (NIT) cohort in Linxian, China. Plasma samples collected from 1999 to 2000 were analyzed for vitamin C levels. During the 16.4-year follow-up period, among subjects whose plasma vitamin C concentrations were among the top 25%, the adjusted risk of dying from any cause during follow-up was 25% lower than the risk experienced by subjects whose vitamin C levels were among the lowest quarter. Those whose plasma vitamin C levels were among the highest 25% had an adjusted risk of dying from cancer or stroke that was 28% lower and a risk of dying from heart disease that was 35% lower than subjects whose levels were lowest. When subjects with low vitamin C levels (defined as 28 micromoles per liter or below) and normal levels (greater than 28 micromoles per liter) were compared, a normal level was associated with a 23% lower risk of premature mortality and a 38% lower risk of dying from heart disease, in comparison with low levels. As a possible reason for their findings, Shao-Ming Wang and colleagues note that oxidative stress is lowered by vitamin C. Oxidative stress can promote endothelial dysfunction that underlies heart disease by increasing inflammation and lipid peroxidation and decreasing nitric oxide availability. Oxidative stress also causes DNA damage associated with cancer.”This study is the first to find the general benefits for higher plasma vitamin C concentrations on total and cause-specific mortalities, including cancer and heart diseases, in a long-term prospective cohort from China,” the authors announce. “In this long-term prospective Chinese cohort study, higher plasma vitamin C concentration was associated with lower total mortality, heart disease mortality, and cancer mortality. Our results corroborate the importance of adequate vitamin C to human health.” (next) Cauliflower Prevent Various Cancers: Thanks to Sulforaphane Compounds Rugters University, November 19, 2022 Cauliflower contains glucosinolates and thiocyanates — both sulfur-containing phytonutrients that cleanse the body of damaging free radicals. It also contains a substance called sulforaphane (SFN), a compound known to inhibit the occurrence of some cancers in rats caused by carcinogens, primarily colon cancer. In the Rutger's research, it was found once again that diet does matter in cancer prevention: “Our research has substantiated the connection between diet and cancer prevention, and it is now clear that the expression of cancer-related genes can be influenced by chemopreventive compounds in the things we eat,” said Kong, a professor of pharmaceutics in the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. In this particular study, mice fed a diet high in sulforaphane, the substance naturally occurring in cauliflower and broccoli, enjoyed fewer cancerous tumors, polyps, and smaller tumors in their colons. After three weeks, the mice fed sulforaphane had a 25% decline in tumors and those given double the dose had a 47% decrease in cancerous tumors. The results are obvious, “Our results showed that SFN produced its cancer preventive effects in the mice by inducing apoptosis (programmed cell death) and inhibiting proliferation of the tumors; however, it was not clear what mechanism SFN employs to accomplish this,” Kong said. Kong's team found that SFN suppressed certain enzymes or kinases that are highly expressed both in the mice and in patients with colon cancer. The researchers concluded that this enzymatic suppression activity is the likely basis for the chemopreventive effects of SFN. Along with cauliflower's high levels of SFN, it is also a powerful antioxidant with high levels of vitamin C and vitamin A, also known as cancer inhibitors. Researchers also believe that if you consume cauliflower and turmeric spice together, you can prevent or eradicate prostate cancer totally. The scientists, once again from Rutger's, tested turmeric and it's active compound known as curcumin along with phenethyl isothiocyanate (PEITC), a naturally occurring substance in certain vegetables such as watercress, cabbage, winter cress, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, kale, cauliflower, kohlrabi and turnips. They found cancer-preventative qualities in the duo. (next) Increasing protein intake by 25 g a day could help women reduce hip fracture risk by up to 14% University of Leeds (UK), November 28, 2022 Increasing intake of protein and drinking regular cups of tea or coffee is one way women could reduce their risk of suffering a hip fracture, according to new research. Food scientists at the University of Leeds in the UK have found that for women, a 25 g a day increase in protein was associated with, on average, a 14% reduction in their risk of hip fracture. In a surprise twist, they also discovered that every additional cup of tea or coffee they drank was linked with a 4% reduction in risk. Writing in the journal Clinical Nutrition, the researchers noted that the protective benefits were greater for women who were underweight, with a 25 g/day increase in protein reducing their risk by 45%. The investigation—”Foods, nutrients and hip fracture risk: A prospective study of middle-aged women”—is based on a large observational analysis of more than 26,000 women. As an observational study, the researchers were able to identify associations between factors in diet and health. They could not single out direct cause and effect. “Diet is a factor that people can modify to protect themselves by maintaining healthy bones and muscles. This study is one of the first to investigate relationships between food and nutrient intakes and risk of hip fracture, with hip fractures accurately identified through hospital records.” The recommended protein intake in the UK is 0.8 g per kilogram of bodyweight per day, a limit some nutritional experts believe is too low. As the study revealed, people who had a higher protein consumption had a reduction in the risk of hip fracture. However, intakes of protein which are very high—where intake is greater than 2 to 3 g of protein/kg body weight/day—can have negative health effects. The study was not able to explore these very high protein intake levels. Professor Janet Cade, who leads the Nutritional Epidemiology Group at Leeds and supervised the research, said, “In the UK most people eat an adequate amount of protein, however, certain groups, such as vegetarians or vegans need to check that their protein intakes are high enough for good health.”Tea and coffee both contain biologically active compounds called polyphenols and phytoestrogens which may help to maintain bone health. Professor Cade added, “This is an interesting finding given that tea and coffee are the UK's favorite drinks. We still need to know more about how these drinks could affect bone health but it might be through promoting the amount of calcium present in our bones.” (next) Mindfulness meditation trumps placebo in pain reduction Wake Forest Medical Center – November 11, 2022 Scientists at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have found new evidence that mindfulness meditation reduces pain more effectively than placebo. This is significant because placebo-controlled trials are the recognized standard for demonstrating the efficacy of clinical and pharmacological treatments. The research, published in the Journal of Neuroscience, showed that study participants who practiced mindfulness meditation reported greater pain relief than placebo. Significantly, brain scans showed that mindfulness meditation produced very different patterns of activity than those produced by placebo to reduce pain. “We were completely surprised by the findings,” said Fadel Zeidan, Ph.D., assistant professor of neurobiology and anatomy at Wake Forest Baptist and lead investigator of the study. “While we thought that there would be some overlap in brain regions between meditation and placebo, the findings from this study provide novel and objective evidence that mindfulness meditation reduces pain in a unique fashion.”Pain was induced by using a thermal probe to heat a small area of the participants' skin to 49 degrees Centigrade (120.2 degrees Fahrenheit), a level of heat most people find very painful. Study participants then rated pain intensity (physical sensation) and pain unpleasantness (emotional response). The participants' brains were scanned with arterial spin labeling magnetic resonance imaging (ASL MRI) before and after their respective four-day group interventions. The mindfulness meditation group reported that pain intensity was reduced by 27 percent and by 44 percent for the emotional aspect of pain. In contrast, the placebo cream reduced the sensation of pain by 11 percent and emotional aspect of pain by 13 percent. “The MRI scans showed for the first time that mindfulness meditation produced patterns of brain activity that are different than those produced by the placebo cream,” Zeidan said. Mindfulness meditation reduced pain by activating brain regions (orbitofrontal and anterior cingulate cortex) associated with the self-control of pain while the placebo cream lowered pain by reducing brain activity in pain-processing areas (secondary somatosensory cortex). Another brain region, the thalamus, was deactivated during mindfulness meditation, but was activated during all other conditions. This brain region serves as a gateway that determines if sensory information is allowed to reach higher brain centers. By deactivating this area, mindfulness meditation may have caused signals about pain to simply fade away, Zeidan said. Mindfulness meditation also was significantly better at reducing pain intensity and pain unpleasantness than the placebo meditation. The placebo-meditation group had relatively small decreases in pain intensity (9 percent) and pain unpleasantness (24 percent). The study findings suggest that placebo meditation may have reduced pain through a relaxation effect that was associated with slower breathing. “This study is the first to show that mindfulness meditation is mechanistically distinct and produces pain relief above and beyond the analgesic effects seen with either placebo cream or sham meditation,” Zeidan said. “Based on our findings, we believe that as little as four 20-minute daily sessions of mindfulness meditation could enhance pain treatment in a clinical setting. However, given that the present study examined healthy, pain-free volunteers, we cannot generalize our findings to chronic pain patients at this time. (next) Shaking less salt on your food at the table could reduce heart disease risk Researchers found a link between a lower frequency of dietary salt and a reduced CVD risk Tulane University, November 27, 2022 Adding additional salt to foods at a lower frequency is associated with a reduced risk of heart disease, heart failure and ischemic heart disease, according to a new study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Even among those following a DASH-style diet, behavioral interventions to lessen salt consumption could further improve heart health. “Overall, we found that people who don't shake on a little additional salt to their foods very often had a much lower risk of heart disease events, regardless of lifestyle factors and pre-existing disease,” said Lu Qi, MD, Regents Distinguished Chair at the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine at Tulane University in New Orleans. “We also found that when patients combine a DASH diet with a low frequency of adding salt, they had the lowest heart disease risk. This is meaningful as reducing additional salt to food, not removing salt entirely, is an incredibly modifiable risk factor that we can hopefully encourage our patients to make without much sacrifice.” In the current study, the authors evaluated whether the frequency of adding salt to foods was linked with incident heart disease risk in 176,570 participants from the UK Biobank. The study also examined the association between the frequency of adding salt to foods and the DASH diet as it relates to heart disease risk. The study used a questionnaire at baseline to collect data on the frequency of adding salt to foods, not including salt used in cooking. Participants were also asked if they had made any major changes to their diet in the last 5 years, as well as complete 1-5 rounds of 24-hour dietary recalls over a three-year period. The DASH-style diet was developed to prevent hypertension by limiting consumption of red and processed meats and focusing on vegetables, fruit, whole grains, low-fat dairy, nuts, and legumes. While the DASH diet has yielded benefits in relation to reducing cardiovascular disease risk, a recent clinical trial found that combining the DASH diet with sodium reduction was more beneficial for certain cardiac biomarkers, including cardiac injury, strain, and inflammation. The researchers calculated a modified DASH score that did not consider sodium intake based on seven foods and nutrients that were emphasized or deemphasized in the DASH-style diet. Overall, study participants with a lower frequency of adding salt to foods were more likely to be women; white; have a lower body mass index; more likely to have moderate alcohol consumption; less likely to be current smokers; and more physically active. They also had a higher prevalence of high blood pressure and chronic kidney disease, but a lower prevalence of cancer. These participants were also more likely to adhere to a DASH-style diet and consumed more fruits, vegetables, nuts and legumes, whole grains, low-fat dietary but less sugar-sweetened drinks or red/processed meats than those with a higher frequency of adding salt to foods. The researchers found the association of adding salt to foods with heart disease risk was stronger in participants of lower socioeconomic status, as well as in current smokers. A higher modified DASH diet score was associated with lower risk of heart disease events. (next) Ten minutes of aerobic exercise with exposure therapy found to reduce PTSD symptoms University of New South Wales, November 25, 2022 Exposure therapy is one of the leading treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), but up to a half of all patients don't respond to it. But now a study led by UNSW Sydney psychologists has found that augmenting the therapy with 10 minutes of aerobic exercise has led to patients reporting greater reduction to PTSD symptom severity six months after the nine-week treatment ended. In the first known single-blind randomized control trial of its kind, researchers in Sydney recruited 130 adults with clinically diagnosed PTSD and assigned them to two groups. People in both groups received nine 90-minute exposure therapy sessions. At the end of each session, one group was put through 10 minutes of aerobic exercises, while members of the control group were given 10 minutes of passive stretching. People in the aerobic exercise group on average reported lower severity of PTSD symptoms—as measured on the CAPS-2 scale—than those who had their exposure therapy augmented by stretching exercises at the six-month follow-up. Interestingly, there were no clear differences between the two groups one week after the treatment program ended, suggesting the benefits take time to develop. The findings were reported in The Lancet Psychiatry.
He was a walk-on quarterback at Tulane University with no aspirations to play in the NFL. In fact, when the Broncos came to New Orleans to work him out, Steve Foley declined and said he wasn't interested. The Broncos drafted him anyway. Under Defensive Coordinator Joe Collier, Steve was converted into a defensive back and eventually a safety. He became a hard hitting force on the Orange Crush Defense with a knack for catching the ball from opposing quarterbacks. He still holds the franchise record for most career interceptions with 44. After 11 seasons with the Broncos, Steve hung up his cleats (on his own) and tried to figure out retirement. Through his faith and an aptitude test, he eventually found a career he loved and has been very successful.
In this episode, Susan Guthrie, Esq. is joined by philanthropist Caren Yanis who shares the many ways that being generous and sharing with others can actually help you heal after divorce. Being philanthropic is not just about money. We have social capital, intellectual capital, time or the ability to be purposeful with lots of different tools. Whether someone has millions of dollars or is on a shoestring budget, being able to give, in some way, can make a difference. Caren Yanis joins Susan Guthrie for a conversation about philanthropy as it intersects with divorce, families, your future, and the beyond. There is power in giving. It can help you heal, be an outlet for your children during divorce, and make the world a better place to live. Caren Yanis is the principal of Croland Consulting, a philanthropic advisory group that guides families, athletes, and celebrities in building a culture of purpose and legacy. Topics and Golden Nuggets include Divorce is a prime time to do something with your children that is outward-focused, such as giving The benefit of having a philanthropic advisor or sherpa to create a long view goals of giving Philanthropy can help you heal from the trauma of a difficult divorce Examples of women who come at philanthropy not with a lot of financial resources but with energy and attention, and do amazing things Engaging in the arts and using the arts to help other people is a fabulous way to elevate everybody Whether you have billions of dollars or zero dollars, we all have something to give and to benefit others. About this week's special guest: Caren Yanis Caren is the principal of Croland Consulting, a philanthropic advisory group that guides families, athletes, and celebrities in building a culture of purpose and legacy. She was Executive Director of the Oprah Winfrey Foundation and Oprah's Angel Network, (2000-2009) the height of the Oprah Winfrey Show. She went on to become President of Crown Family Philanthropies in Chicago. Caren's focus is on deepening intergenerational engagement and social impact using a variety of assets and strategies. Keynotes, podcasts, and panel discussions have included Family Business Magazine's Legacy and Wealth Conference, Yale's Philanthropy Conference, and the Society for Trust and Estate Planners annual and regional conferences. She has been a guest on podcasts including The Heart of Giving (Better Business Bureau), Denton's, Alliance Bernstein, and Family Business Magazine's Legacy and Wealth Conference. She is an adjunct professor at Tulane University, the University of Chicago Booth School in their Private Wealth Management program, and at the Spertus Institute where she also mentors graduate students. University speaking engagements include Northwestern Law, NYU, Duke and Johns Hopkins. Caren chairs the board of The Poetry Foundation (which received a significant bequest from Ruth Lilly in 2002) and has guided it through meaningful organizational and governance change. She is an advisor to the Aubrey and Marla Dan Foundation, and to the (Deepak) Chopra Foundation, is a member of the Board of Visitors at the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University, and the Women's Philanthropy Institute, a research organization focused on trends in giving. In her spare time, Caren hosts salons that bring bold thinkers together for meaningful conversations. She has a passion for listening deeply, navigating challenges, and guiding people who have the potential to make the world a better place. Caren Croland Yanis | Philanthropic Advising: firstname.lastname@example.org Caren's website: CrolandConsulting.com Caren on Linkedin: http://linkedin.com/in/carenyanis Also mentioned in this episode: Book a Strategy Session with Susan! Singing ”Single Bells” This Holiday? Surviving the Solitary Season with Special Guest, Jenny Stevens PoetryMagazine.org/EventsOffer:1 year of Poetry Magazine for $20. Regular price is $35. Generosity Project: https://www.ted.com/talks/sasha_dichter_the_generosity_experiment Women's Philanthropy Institute – The Women's and Girls Index: https://scholarworks.iupui.edu/bitstream/handle/1805/21010/wgi-infographic.pdf Women's Philanthropy Institute -Women as Change Agents: https://scholarworks.iupui.edu/bitstream/handle/1805/21440/change-agents-infographic.pdf Women Moving Millions: https://womenmovingmillions.org/ Thresholds - mental health and breaking the cycle of poverty: https://www.thresholds.org/ Friends of the Children – mentoring high risk children: https://friendschicago.org/about Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation: theMMRF.org If you want to see the video version of the podcast episodes they are available on The Divorce & Beyond YouTube Channel! Make sure to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss a single episode! 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There are an estimated 40,000 professional speakers in the United States, but not all work full-time. Most speakers can't make a living solely on speeches. They write books, create online courses, do webinars and podcasts, and personal/business coaching as well, leveraging their message, according to www.marketresearch.com Aaron Golub is a keynote speaker as well as the CEO and founder of Initiate Connections. Aaron creates pathways for individuals, companies, conferences, sports teams, and schools around the world to push boundaries and accomplish their goals. Aaron became the first legally blind athlete to play football in a division 1 game when he was at Tulane University. He was a captain his senior year and went on to become an NFL free agent. Aaron has paved the way for others showing that it doesn't matter what type of adversity they face or what their perceived limitations are; anything is achievable with hard work and tuning out judgment. He joined me this week to tell me more. For more information: https://www.aarongolub.com/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow: @aaronjgolub LinkedIn: @ AaronGolub
Nicole is one half of a sister/sister duo that co-founded a high-end jewelry brand called Sorllina. Nicole and her sister Nicole grew up on the north shore of Long Island, NY, where they were raised with a deep appreciation for the arts and shared a love of design. After graduating with a Fine Arts degree from USC, Nicole studied Jewelry Design at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. Kim attended Tulane University for Art History and then relocated to Florence, Italy to continue her studies. Upon Kim's return to New York, the sisters decided to set the course for their future business. As an homage to their heritage, Kim and Nicole chose to name the collection Sorellina, the Italian word for ‘little sister.' Check out SORELLINA on Instagram or via their website. And if you're witchy like Heather and Nicole grab your own set of Heather's Manifestation Cards, Create Brave. Make sure to follow this podcast everywhere you find podcasts, leave a rating and a review, and slip into our Instagram DMs at @wasitchance. More about Heather via @vickeryandco on Instagram, @Braveheather on TikTok, and listen to The Brave Files More about Alan via @theatre_podcast on Instagram and listen to The Theatre Podcast with Alan Seales EPISODE TAKEAWAYS: Sometimes it's best not to know how difficult something will be. Knowing would hold you back - embrace opportunity when it's available. Nicole “loves fire” and that lead to her high-end jewelry business. Speaking directly to Heather's heart - Nicole and her sister never let fear guide their decisions. Sometimes your heart knows its calling from a very young age. Creativity manifests in so many different ways - stay open-minded. There must be joy! Seek it, chase it, embrace it! There were a lot of people, especially in the jewelry world, who looked down on us and didn't treat us with respect. But something just kept showing up and proving this was exactly where we were supposed to be. There's an amazing that comes from jewelry. Jewelry is the biggest proof that there's magic in the world. Gemstones are a beautiful metaphor for life and the human experience. They start out raw and need to be loved and nurtured to bring out their beauty. Infuse abundant energy into all of your creative endeavors. The more you go through in life, the more you see your own strength and live into possibility. “I believe in having a positive attitude that I can get through anything because I've done it before.” Don't just wait for life to show up. There's no power in that. Take intentional action but be flexible and shift when the time is right. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jordan, Reena and Brendan have on friend and multitalented artist FACEcadet AKA Freddy "La Cara" Salgado. They talk about Hell's Kitchen, His Muse Sierra, His musical beginnings, how to build stuff and much more. Follow him below and catch a show. FACECadet.xyz https://open.spotify.com/artist/7DkfpTcv6yLaILNTHGK8sg?si=F-_mceT0Q2Kb7W9Sqwrb0Q https://music.apple.com/sn/artist/facecadet/1617329103 We just released our short film, Knock, for free. go to lnhstudios.com/knock to watch Come see a show by going to lnhstudios.com/shows Come take a Comedy class with Brendan or Jordan at lnhstudios.com/classes I am sending you 1π! Pi is a new digital currency developed by Stanford PhDs, with over 25 million members worldwide. To claim your Pi, follow this link https://minepi.com/jfreeeze and use my username (jfreeeze) as your invitation code. Free Crypto https://r.honeygain.me/JORFRFD773Definitely an app worth checking out. Lets you earn crypto free! https://coin.onelink.me/ePJg/9e29869acoinbase.com/join/fried_1w_ Tune in for unbiased and scrubbed news stories brought to you by Jordan Fried (@jfreeeze), Reena Ezra (@reenaezrahere) and Brendan O'Brien (@brendanohbrien) of Late Night Hump (@latenighthump). Other podcasts are found at lnhstudios.com/podcasts In early 2019, Reena Ezra, Brendan O'Brien and Jordan Fried met performing comedy in Suffern, NY. They realized they had a passion for comedy writing and decided to put on their Circuit Break Comedy Variety Show. After the success of that show, they looked for a new venue to put on a Wednesday night comedy show. The working title for the show that never was was Late Night Hump, and although the show never happened in its original form, Reena, Brendan and Jordan have been creating and producing together under the moniker @latenighthump ever since. Reena Ezra (@ReenaEzraHere) Reena Ezra is a performer, writer, and producer from Mahwah, NJ. She studied Biology at the New Jersey Institute of Technology where she was a member of The Improv Technicians. She performed at the Del Close Marathon, Steel Stacks Improv Festival, the Hartford Improv Festival, Muchmore's, Montclair Film, Just Jake's, and Rhino Comedy, where she was a founding member of another improv troupe called The Hammerheads. She is also a co-founder of a video and comedy production company called LNH Studios. She currently produces and writes sketch comedy as well as the live, variety show, Circuit Break. Jordan Fried (@JFreeeze) Jordan Fried is a comedian and filmmaker from Warwick, NY. He studied Digital Media Production and English at Tulane University, where he was a member of Cat Mafia Comedy. He's performed at Rhino Comedy, Eastville Comedy Club, Hell Yes Fest, Binghamton Comedy and Arts Festival, New Orleans Comedy and Arts Festival and Northern Virginia Comedy Festival. He produces the comedy variety show, Circuit Break; Late Night Hump at NJ Weedman's Joint; and he is a founding member of the improv troupes, Duly Noted and The Mutts. Portfolio Here Brendan O'Brien (@BrendanOhBrien) Brendan O'Brien is a writer, comedian, filmmaker and improv teacher from Warwick, NY. He received his B.A. in Screenwriting from Brooklyn College. He has over 9 years of improv experience having previously performed with the Rockland-based improv troupe "The Plan B Players". He is a founding member of The Rhinos improv troupe and Duly Noted musical improv troupe. He designed and taught the improv curriculum at Rhino Comedy. He is a writer and producer for Late Night Hump and the Circuit Break Variety Show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sessionswithmaryjane/message
496. We talk to Nikesha Elise Williams about her book on Mardi Gras Indians. Mardi Gras Indians explores how sacred and secular expressions of Carnival throughout the African diaspora came together in a gumbo-sized melting pot to birth one of the most unique traditions celebrating African culture, Indigenous peoples, and Black Americans.Williams ties together the fragments of the ancient traditions with the expressed experiences of the contemporary. From the sangamentos of the Kongolese and the calumets of the various tribes of the lower Mississippi River valley to one-on-one interviews with today's Black masking tribe members, this book highlights the spirit of resistance and rebellion upon which this culture was built. This week in Louisiana history. November 19, 1920. First time term "Green Wave" used to describe Tulane University. UhThis week in New Orleans history. Doris Zemurray Stone is Born. November 19, 1909. Doris Zemurray Stone was an archaeologist and ethnographer, specializing in pre-Columbian Mesoamerica and the so-called "Intermediate Area" of lower Central America. She served as the director of the National Museum of Costa Rica and endowed numerous professorial chairs in U.S. universities. This week in Louisiana. Logansport Christmas Festival November 19, 2022 — January 07, 2023 192 Elm Street Logansport LA 71049 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm The Logansport Christmas Festival is a one-day event held on Saturday, November 19, 2022 includes a parade, food & craft vendors, live entertainment, children's activities and fireworks along the Sabine River. The festival continues with thousands of magical lights turned on nightly January 2023 with special events and activities held on Saturdays in December. View Website Phone: 337-739-4173 Email: email@example.comPostcards from Louisiana. Aislinn Kerchaert. Thanksgiving in New Orleans. Listen on Google Play.Listen on Google Podcasts.Listen on Spotify.Listen on Stitcher.Listen on TuneIn.The Louisiana Anthology Home Page.Like us on Facebook.
Aaron became the first legally blind athlete to play football in a Division 1 game when he was at Tulane University. He was a captain in his senior year, and went on to also become an NFL free agent. Aaron never let his limited vision get in the way of his success. Aaron's grit, determination and effort enabled him to earn a spot on the Tulane team, and the respect of his teammates, coaches and fans.Aaron and I had a great convo on goal setting, drive vs motivation, how to overcome limiting beliefs. Connect with Aaron:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aaronjgolub/Website: https://www.aarongolub.com/+++++▶︎ Subscribe to the Podcast!PODCAST | https://bit.ly/3bU6D3l▶︎ Please Follow & Connect with me! Link's BelowWEBSITE | https://tyzerevans.comYOUTUBE | https://youtube.com/c/tyzerevansINSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/tyzerevansFACEBOOK | https://facebook.com/grindsellelevateLINKEDIN | https://linkedin.com/in/tyzerevansTWITTER | https://twitter.com/tyzerevansTIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/tyzerevansPATREON | https://patreon.com/tyzerevansCheck out our sponsor Odin's Rune Clothing Co. : https://bit.ly/odinsrune, clothing for those who want to burn the boats to live a purpose-driven lifeCheck out Tyzer's other podcast, "The Book Legion” at https://thebooklegion.comAre you a YouTuber? Then you need to have TubeBuddy to help with optimizing your search results, it is free; all you need to do it hit the link below, add it to your chrome extension, and you will start improving your search results on YouTube: https://www.tubebuddy.com/grindsellelevate
In this episode, Sujani sits down with Maudra Brown, the founder and CEO of MRB Public Health Consulting. They discuss Maudra's various work experiences in public health, her transition from working in government to creating her own consulting firm, and how taking risks and believing in her passions has led to Maudra finding success in entrepreneurship. You'll LearnHow Maudra found her way to the public health fieldA brief overview of the public health and tropical medicine program at Tulane UniversityTips on how to find your niche in public health and the importance of trying new and unique experiencesMaudra's experience leading a new public health program right out of graduationWhy Maudra moved from her directorial role in government to creating her own consulting firmHow Maudra's passion for caring for children and communities of her interest led to pursuing entrepreneurship How Maudra has found success with her company and creating sustainable partnershipsHow exploring non-traditional partnerships has helped communities and clients that Maudra has worked withWhat a day in the life of a chief health strategist looks likeAdvice for students and early professionals and why believing in yourself is at the core of building a fulfilling careerToday's GuestCombining over a decade of public health expertise with lived experiences internationally and domestically, Maudra champions public health in innovative ways, focusing on non-traditional partnerships and incorporating best practices with independent thought leadership. Maudra holds a Bachelor of Science in Health and Human Performance from The College of Charleston, in Charleston, South Carolina and a Master of Public Health and Tropical Medicine in International Health and Sustainable Development from Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana. She is certified and credentialed in both health systems and public health arenas, a unique and specialized expertise that not many in this industry have.As MRB's Chief Health Strategist, Maudra helps communities effectively integrate and practically navigate public health.ResourcesLearn more about MRB Public Health Consulting on their website or contact them by email Follow MRB Public Health Consulting on Instagram, Youtube, LinkedIn, Twitter, and FacebookLearn more about Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical MedicineSupport the showJoin The Public Health Career Club: the #1 hangout spot and community dedicated to building and growing your dream public health career.
Having an understanding of finances is such an important skill and tool that women need to truly be leaders in their lives. We all have blind spots, but working with a financial planner could help us avoid financial issues that we might not even know existed. In this episode of Leading Lady, I sat down with Bridget Borel to talk more about finances and how women can start living and spending in accordance with their values and find financial wellness. Bridget always says that money isn't math, and math isn't money. Financial decisions come in the context of our lives – events and relationships that shape who we are and how we live. She is driven to connect her clients with the resources they need to meet their goals and dreams. Her greatest joy is working with women of leadership, ambition, and mission. That could mean a retired public servant, an entrepreneurial scientist balancing the needs of her business and her family, or a Gold Star widow running a non-profit to help other grieving families. These women have a purpose, and she is privileged to help them live out that purpose. She came to the financial industry through work in insurance as well as research for a wealth management firm. As a fee-only financial planner, she's in the best position she can be to help clients solve their own financial puzzles. She holds a BS from Tulane University and lives in Annapolis with her three children. Her free time is filled with CrossFit, stand-up paddle boarding, cooking, and live music. Tune in to learn more about what a financial planner can do for you! Show notes available at www.leadinglady-coaching.com/podcast Resources Mentioned: Visit her website: https://rcsplanning.com/ Get her freebie: https://rcsplanning.com/insights/do-your-finances-align-with-your-values Have you joined the Leading Ladies Facebook Group yet?! I would love to see you in there! Head to https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadingLadiesAAL to join! Let's connect on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aalcoaching Let's connect on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leading.lady.coach
The contemporary internet's de facto business model is one of surveillance. Browser cookies follow us around the web, Amazon targets us with eerily prescient ads, Facebook and Google read our messages and analyze our patterns, and apps record our every move. In Profit over Privacy: How Surveillance Advertising Conquered the Internet (U Minnesota Press, 2021), Matthew Crain gives internet surveillance a much-needed origin story by chronicling the development of its most important historical catalyst: web advertising. The first institutional and political history of internet advertising, Profit over Privacy uses the 1990s as its backdrop to show how the massive data-collection infrastructure that undergirds the internet today is the result of twenty-five years of technical and political economic engineering. Crain considers the social causes and consequences of the internet's rapid embrace of consumer monitoring, detailing how advertisers and marketers adapted to the existential threat of the internet and marshaled venture capital to develop the now-ubiquitous business model called "surveillance advertising." He draws on a range of primary resources from government, industry, and the press and highlights the political roots of internet advertising to underscore the necessity of political solutions to reign in unaccountable commercial surveillance. The dominant business model on the internet, surveillance advertising is the result of political choices--not the inevitable march of technology. Unlike many other countries, the United States has no internet privacy law. A fascinating prehistory of internet advertising giants like Google and Facebook, Profit over Privacy argues that the internet did not have to turn out this way and that it can be remade into something better. Peter C. Kunze is a visiting assistant professor of communication at Tulane University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/critical-theory
The contemporary internet's de facto business model is one of surveillance. Browser cookies follow us around the web, Amazon targets us with eerily prescient ads, Facebook and Google read our messages and analyze our patterns, and apps record our every move. In Profit over Privacy: How Surveillance Advertising Conquered the Internet (U Minnesota Press, 2021), Matthew Crain gives internet surveillance a much-needed origin story by chronicling the development of its most important historical catalyst: web advertising. The first institutional and political history of internet advertising, Profit over Privacy uses the 1990s as its backdrop to show how the massive data-collection infrastructure that undergirds the internet today is the result of twenty-five years of technical and political economic engineering. Crain considers the social causes and consequences of the internet's rapid embrace of consumer monitoring, detailing how advertisers and marketers adapted to the existential threat of the internet and marshaled venture capital to develop the now-ubiquitous business model called "surveillance advertising." He draws on a range of primary resources from government, industry, and the press and highlights the political roots of internet advertising to underscore the necessity of political solutions to reign in unaccountable commercial surveillance. The dominant business model on the internet, surveillance advertising is the result of political choices--not the inevitable march of technology. Unlike many other countries, the United States has no internet privacy law. A fascinating prehistory of internet advertising giants like Google and Facebook, Profit over Privacy argues that the internet did not have to turn out this way and that it can be remade into something better. Peter C. Kunze is a visiting assistant professor of communication at Tulane University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network