The Wadeoutthere Fly Fishing Podcast
In this episode we WadeOutThere for Part 2 of our conversation with Tim King from Logan Utah. Tim learned to fly fish on the same pond he learned to play ice hockey on as a boy in Pennsylvania. He soon began fly tying as well, inspired by the many outdoor magazines of the time. After college in Pennsylvania, Tim moved to Utah to finish his degree in 1977. He was 21 years old. He continued learning and fishing in his new trout waters while honing his fly tying skills in an auto repair shop that also sold fly tying and rod building materials. Tim tied professionally for years while working and fishing in Utah and Idaho. In Part 2 of our conversation, we discuss techniques for tying and fishing soft hackles.For more fly fishing stories, lessons learned, and artwork check out my blog and online gallery at WadeOutThere.com
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A week after the post mortem, the Rangers have "parted ways" with head coach Gerard Gallant. Where does this franchise go from here? Shawn and Roc are back to give their opinions on the next coach, what we could be in line for this off season, addressing the ridiculous trade notions for the kids and much more. #NYR
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Dodgers Nation: Blue Heaven Podcast
The Dodgers win the weekend series down in San Diego! LA was down 2-1 until Mookie Betts hit their game-tying home run to send the game into extra innings! In extra innings, James Outman and Michael Busch come up HUGE! D-Mac breaks down the ninth inning and the extra innings! He discusses the impact of James Outman and Michael Busch on this team so far! The LA youth movement stepped up in a HUGE way so D-Mac dives into the youth movement, LA making a statement against the Padres, and more! Get Your Manta Mask and use Code: DN2023 - http://bit.ly/4049M6i Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Get ready for a powerful new idea to alter the framework of DeFI! When the bear market forced Tempus Finance to build something new, David Garai and his team refused to back down. Searching for the next revolutionary idea, they identified one of the most challenging problems in DeFi: the need for a truly decentralized stablecoin. Enter Raft and the groundbreaking stablecoin, $R. Tying it to borrowed staked ETH, they've developed a game-changing solution that promises longevity and success. Prepare to be blown away by David's riveting conversation, as he shares vital lessons for founders in this era of constant innovation. Don't miss this incredible journey into the heart of DeFi's untamed frontier! Join the Mission: DeFi community as we discuss $R and so much more - https://t.me/missiondefi Project Name: Raft Project URL: https://md1.to/raft Project Twitter: https://md1.to/rafttwitter Guest Name: David Garai Guest Twitter: https://md1.to/davidgaraitw This is not financial advice. Nothing said on the show should be considered financial advice. This is just the opinions of Brad Nickel and our guests. None of us are financial advisors. Trading, participating, yield farming, liquidity pools, and all of DeFi and crypto is high risk and dangerous. If you decide to participate, do your own research. Never count on the research of others. We don't know what we are talking about and you can lose all your money. Never invest more than you can afford to lose, because you probably will lose it all. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/missiondefi/support
Episode Notes: Join me today as I discuss intentional weight loss to increase your time and energy. This episode is all about creating a life that works for you and one you will be able to live every day with less stress and overwhelm. Too much time and energy is spent on a number from the scale and in this episode I'm talking about why we need to ditch the diet industry, how we can gain more time and energy back into our lives, and how taking the next steps will have you feeling better more often. In This Episode: Ditching the diet industry and restriction mindset Benefits of being intentional with your eating Choosing how you want to be in all aspects of your life when it comes to food Lewis Howes and Michael Pollan podcast Tying core values to eating The clean your plate syndrome and how we can shift the way we look at waste. Click here for full notes:
What do we make of Mike Tomlin speaking on his relationship with Joey Porter Jr.? Should we be worried that it's Tomlin mixing family with business because of the past relationships with Joey's dad and Tomlin's son? The guys think Porter Jr. will be looked at through microscope in his first season, even more than Broderick Jones, who was the 1st round pick.
The New York Giants made seven selections over the weekend in the 2023 NFL draft. Picks included Deonte Banks, John Michael Schmitz, Jalin Hyatt, Eric Gray, Tre Hawkins, Jordan Riley and Gervarrius Owens.
This is a conversation about physician compensation, which is often oddly misaligned from the way that the whole physician or provider organization is getting paid. Now, first thing to point out: There are lots of different kinds of physicians doing all kinds of different things. As with most everything in healthcare, lumping everybody together and making general proclamations about what is best is a really cruddy idea. With that disclaimer, if you think about the main models of physician compensation, there are two; and this is oversimplified, but let's call one fee for service (FFS), which is really getting paid for generating RVUs (relative value units)—in short, getting paid for volume. The more you do (especially the more expensive things you do), the more you get paid. And then we have getting some kind of capitation payment. A capitated payment is some kind of per member per month-ish flat payment to ideally keep patients healthy, and you will make the most money if you can figure out how to have the least volume of expensive stuff. As an individual doc getting a salary to care for a patient panel of a certain size, let's just consider commensurate with that. These incentive models obviously have a big impact on any given doctor's ability to get paid to do things that they think they should be doing. For example, the current fee-for-service RVU fee schedule frequently rewards those doing the stuff a lot of specialists do much more than those doing primarily cognitive work, including those doing work for patients who aren't sitting in the exam room at the time—like a PCP arranging for a patient to go to hospice or answering patient portal questions. In my opinion, the goal here should be to pay docs and others fairly for providing high-value care. These payments also should actually be proven to actually incent that high-value care. Here's the obvious problem: Neither of these two things, either the quantifiable definition of high-value care and/or the best way to pay for it, has any kind of canon. There are no rules which are considered to be particularly authoritative and definitive here, really. So, what is the downside of not aligning physician compensation models to what good looks like, meaning to the kind of care that patients really need in that particular community? A couple of downsides for you: One is moral injury. Not the only reason, but a reason for moral injury is getting paid in misalignment with what is best for patients. That sucks. You want to help your patients as best you can, and then you can't earn a living and/or you get in trouble with the boss if you do what you think is right. This can cause real mental anguish for especially PCPs but also others who see the need to do anything that doesn't have a billing code. Here's another downside to not worrying about physician compensation, and it's for plan sponsors (employers, maybe) who are trying to get integrated care or a medical home for their employees. I was talking to Katy Talento about this. She was telling me that in ASO (administrative services only) contracts, there are often line items for value-based care and for capitated payments. So, good news? Well, let's follow the dollar here, because we wind up with a disconnect that doesn't help patients but certainly can earn a nice little kitty for those who can get away with it. Here's where that dollar goes: This VBC (value-based care) or capitated payment kitty may go to a health system that the ASO says is to be a medical home for employees or plan members. But the PCPs mainly who are treating members in those medical homes are getting paid, it often turns out, fee for service with maybe some quality kickers. So, the plan is paying a value-based care payment, but the PCPs are getting paid FFS. Is anyone shocked when the members report that they don't actually feel like they are getting integrated care, that they are getting rushed in and out because maximizing throughput becomes a thing when you're getting paid for volume? Dan O'Neill also talks about this at length in episode 359, because IPAs (independent physician associations) are doing kinda the same thing. Getting so-called value-based care contracts with MA (Medicare Advantage) plans or CMS or employer groups, I'd imagine, and then paying all the individual practices or the solo practitioners fee for service and scooping up the excess payments themselves, most docs manage to provide high-enough-quality care that the contract holder can scoop up the profit off the capitation without actually having to share the capitation to achieve this high-enough-quality care. In this healthcare podcast, I am digging into all of this physician compensation ballyhoo with Rachel Reid, MD, MS. She was an author on a study at the Center of Excellence on Health System Performance at RAND. This study specifically set out to look at how health systems and provider organizations (POs) affiliated with those health systems incentivize and compensate the physicians who work there. Short version: Yeah, it's confirmed. Most docs are paid using the classic RVU productivity measures representing a big chunk of their compensation, even PCPs. There's frequently some kickers or extra payments to achieve some kind of quality metric, but this is the icing, not the cake. The cake is still very fee for service-y. This is true regardless of how the physician organizations, the provider organizations themselves are getting paid by payers. I asked Dr. Rachel Reid a bunch of questions about this, but one of them was (this seems weird, a weird misalignment), Why is this happening? And Dr. Reid listed out five reasons beyond the macro existential question of what is value and do we even know how to change human behavior to get it. 1. The payment is not big enough from the payer for the physician organization to go through all the time and trouble and risk frankly of changing the whole comp model. 2. The value-based payment arrangements that do exist at the organizational level often have a fee-for-service chassis with an icing of quality payments or some kind of value payment on top of it. So, maybe there's actually more alignment than we might think. 3. It's hard to try to change comp models—it's a thing. And there is risk in messing it up. 4. Inertia. The ever-present inertia. 5. We know what we want to move from, but what exactly are we moving to? And this “What do we want to move to?” is going to change for PCPs and for every single different specialty and could even vary by patient population. I then also asked Dr. Reid what could be done by plan sponsors, for example, to pay docs in alignment with the goals of the contract; and she said, write physician comp expectations into the contract. Something to think about. We dig into all of this today. Shows that you should, for sure, listen to for additional insights include the one with Dan O'Neill (EP359) as aforementioned. Also the show with Brian Klepper, PhD (AEE16), where we dig into how the RUC is behind some of these FFS rates. Also episode 391 with Scott Conard, MD. My guest today is Rachel Reid, MD, MS. She is a physician policy researcher at RAND Corporation and a primary care physician at Brigham and Women's Hospital. You can learn more about Dr. Reid, her publications, and the work she has done on the RAND Web site. Rachel Reid, MD, MS, is a physician policy researcher at the RAND Corporation. Also a practicing primary care physician, her research focuses on measuring cost, quality, and value in healthcare. She has particular interest in the primary care delivery system, physician payment and compensation, and delivery and payment system reform. Dr. Reid has been engaged in the RAND Center of Excellence on Health System Performance, assessing health systems' compensation and incentives for physicians, leading work related to assessing low-value healthcare delivery, and measuring primary care spending. She is the principal investigator on an NIH-funded grant assessing novel Medicare billing codes for transitional care provided after hospital discharge. Prior to joining RAND, Dr. Reid worked in the Research and Rapid Cycle Evaluation Group at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' Innovation Center. Her clinical work has included ambulatory primary care and hospital-based internal medicine. She is an associate physician at Brigham and Women's Hospital and an instructor in medicine at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Reid received her AB in biochemical sciences from Harvard University and her MD and MS in clinical research from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. 07:13 What did Dr. Reid's recent study show about how doctors are currently being paid and incentivized? 08:11 Why Dr. Reid decided to do the study in the first place. 09:49 What are the main foundations of what doctors are paid on? 10:31 Why is value-based compensation still just the “icing” on the cake? 13:08 What is the biggest value add for doctors, and does it vary between specialties? 14:32 Why wouldn't a physician organization change their comp models? 19:55 Are we at a moment of evolution? 20:20 “Tying dollars to measured quality gaps doesn't necessarily produce results.” 20:42 EP295 with Rebecca Etz, PhD. 22:04 “I don't think there's a current gold standard for how to pay doctors.” 25:37 Job one: What are we trying to incent? 31:28 From the payer or insurer perspective, what's the leverage they have to change doctor compensation? You can learn more about Dr. Reid, her publications, and the work she has done on the RAND Web site. Rachel Reid, MD, MS, of @RANDCorporation discusses on our #healthcarepodcast how doctors get paid. #healthcare #podcast Recent past interviews: Click a guest's name for their latest RHV episode! Dr Amy Scanlan, Peter J. Neumann, Stacey Richter (EP400), Dawn Cornelis (Encore! EP285), Stacey Richter (EP399), Dr Jacob Asher, Paul Holmes, Anna Hyde, Dea Belazi (Encore! EP293), Brennan Bilberry
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2 Samuel 21: Tying Up Loose Ends (Kingdom Building) taught by Pastor Dave Rolph on 04-30-23.
As a homeowner, one of the most exciting experiences is renovating your house to make it truly feel like your dream home. My sister, Caitlin Byrnes, recently embarked on a renovation journey using a blended building model which involves working with a builder in a non-traditional way to the method where you have a fixed price contract and an architect will do all of the specification out front. In this episode, we'll explore Caitlin's journey of how she transformed her house, handled conversations with the builder, built a trusting and respectful working relationship and completed her house without any complaints along the way! Caitlin knew that choosing the right builder would be crucial to the success of her renovation project. She wanted a builder who had experience with blended building models and was willing to work closely with her to bring her vision to life. After receiving recommendations from the BuildHer community, she found a builder who was knowledgeable and enthusiastic about her project. Caitlin was able to work closely with the builder and make decisions about materials, finishes, and other design elements. Caitlin found the process of selecting and customising elements of her home to be incredibly rewarding and fun. She was able to create a space that truly reflected her personal style and preferences, and it brought her great joy to see her vision come to life. If you're considering a home renovation, Caitlin's story is a must-listen. Her experience with a blended building model showcases the benefits of customization, transparency in pricing, effective collaboration, and enjoyable renovation process. You won't want to miss this inspiring episode! LINKS: Elevate Building Group: https://elevatebuilding.com.au/ Buy our book: BuildHer, A practical guide to building and renovating BuildHer Website: https://buildhercollective.com.au/ BuildHer Instagram: @buildhercollective BuildHer Facebook: Women who Design, Decorate, Renovate & Build Register for a call: https://go.oncehub.com/BuildHer See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
One definition of “education” is the process of systematic instruction such as at a school. Another definition for education is “an enlightening experience”. Here, enlightening means to have or show a rational, modern, and well-informed outlook. Zen has a unique position on enlightening experience. The unique position of Zen is declared in four statements. The first is that there is something apart from the historical records and beyond words or letters. Current “education” is sequential, progressive and digital (Closed System). Learning is facilitated via computers and Artificial Intelligence: children are relating more words from machines than from their own mothers. Students mindlessly compute and comprehend with virtual assistants as “teachers”. The second Zen statement is the direct transmission of the One Mind or heart-mind. There is intuitive knowledge (true Void) transmitted from Mind to Mind that is not graspable. This escapes conceptualization. The “knowledge” is prior to dualistic thinking, e.g., Delusion and Enlightenment or Good and Evil. Dualism is not-Zen. Enlightenment is interpersonal affair rather than something “achieved.” A teacher and a student or transmission of Mind to Mind. The third Zen statement implies a seal or stamp that is imprinted on Mind. This transmission evades description: a wordless inscription. Tying this to education, when I was a 20-year-old undergraduate at University of Wisconsin-Madison, my literature Teaching Assistant (TA) told the students how the TA's were walking out and going on strike due to the lack of wage parity between them and University of Minnesota. The University of Wisconsin-Madison caved to the TA's demands. The TA's act of subversion (passive withdrawal from the system) shattered my world views: at the time it was unknowable to me. Collective organization was not foreign, it was an unknown unknown; something I didn't know I didn't know. I was forever changed by the sudden perception that was not based on conceptual thinking. This actionistic form of education is intangible and lacks attribution. There are no tracks, yet a path is clearly laid. Zen acknowledges Enlightenment as akin to an indelible mark that forever changes the person. A metaphysical tattoo for consciousness. You have it or you don't, but Mind is still the same (ordinary). Thus, Enlightenment cannot be described with letters and words, and it stands outside of the scriptures. A teacher enlightens students by waking them up to what was previously unknowable. The nature of “reality” is one's own conscious awareness, which is no-thing. Self-nature is an Open System: trust, friendliness to Other, compassion, trial and error, steady-state of energy. The Zen Master Huang Po said, “I have NO THING to offer. I have never had anything to offer others. It is because you allow certain people to lead you astray that you are forever SEEKING intuition and SEARCHING for understanding. Isn't this a case of disciples and teachers all falling into the same insoluble muddle?” We must think for ourselves as an Open System (detached from Ego). In comparison, the boundaries of one's Ego is a Closed System: our cultural conditioning, parental scripting, and childhood commitments. What I have been experiencing with the Mankato school district and the School Board members as well as administrators is a Closed System characterized by secrets, mistrust, surveillance, suppression, conformity, and authoritarianism. For example, my kindergartener handed out StayAtHomeDay magnets for April 20th and he (and I) were told, “this can't happen,” i.e., a policy that bars distribution of materials that are a “disruption”. We pivoted to tear sheets (like those you would see on a community message board) with the website (www.StayAtHomeDay) listed in small print. We were told these could not be handed out in the school as well. This outside energy was not allowed “inside” the Closed System.
Inter Miami introduced new faces and delivered a better performance, but the end result was an all-too-familiar result that tied the franchise record for consecutive losses. Co-hosts Franco Panizo and Jose Armando analyze Inter Miami's 1-0 road defeat to the Houston Dynamo, discuss how hot head coach Phil Neville's seat is, preview the upcoming Miami Clasico vs. Miami FC, and more.
AI is coming for your job (or parts of it). If you don't want to be replaced by robots, you need to figure out how to couple your skillset (or job) with three key C's: Cash, Creativity, and Collaboration. We're about to undergo a "skills-based survival of the fittest." Menial, generic labor is quickly being swept up by AI, leaving humans vulnerable to being ousted in certain corners of the market. So, what's the answer? How can you protect yourself? The key is to upskill yourself quickly and then to position yourself in front of AI. Figure out how to make the market dependant on you (not the other way around). Otherwise, you're on the verge being made obsolete. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Dylan, Alex, and Dolan link up to talk big takeaways from the player exit interviews, Presti's postseason presser, and give their toe deep draft takes!
Nick Kypreos, Justin Bourne and Sam McKee open the show by discussing the Maple Leafs' convincing win over the Tampa Bay Lightning to tie the series, why Game 2 might have been Morgan Rielly's best game in the playoffs, how past failures fueled their victory and Matthew Knies' post-season debut. Former NHL President, GM and Head Coach Doug MacLean (44:54) explains why acquiring Ryan O'Reilly was the best move made from Kyle Dubas and his addition to a historically weak third line in Toronto, MacLean's experience in coaching a playoff series, and Brad Treliving's departure in Calgary and what the Flames organization will do next. Then, NHL.com's Lightning's beat writer Chris Kenn (1:07:26) jumps on to look at Game 3 between Toronto and Tampa Bay, the status of Victor Hedman's availability in the series, and the history of the Stanley Cup Champions bouncing back after a loss. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
Sheriff, Lawless and Some Guy Named Dave #SLGND
After a slow start in Game 2, the Golden Knights found their stride, scoring five goals in the final two periods to give them a 5-2 victory against Winnipeg. Dan D'Uva and Gary Lawless break down all the biggest storylines, with the most important being Mark Stone's impact, as the captain shook off his rust from Game 1 and registered two goals and three points in the third period to lead Vegas to victory.
Today's Fly Fishing Journeys podcast features Charlie Craven, the master fly tier who has been setting the standard for innovation in fly tying for over 30 years. Charlie's expertise in fly tying is renowned, and his signature flies for various species of gamefish are celebrated by anglers worldwide. With a specialty in trout of the Rockies, Charlie's Flies are known for their durability, functionality, and creativity. Join us as we delve into Charlie's journey, learn more about Charlie's approach to fly tying, and get insights into his secrets to success.
We made it everyone, the real end of the season. The part where the games are over, all the Sabres players have spoken, and Don Granato and Kevyn Adams got to assess how things went and deal with our questions for the last time for...a couple months anyway. This week, Lance & Joe discuss what Granato and Adams had to say about: goaltending, Kyle Okposo and Zemgus Girgensons maybe coming back, Matt Savoie and Jiri Kulich's future, Ryan Johnson and his maybe never signing self, a possible influx of Russian draft picks, and the inevitable extensions for Rasmus Dahlin and Owen Power. It's a lot, we know, but it's worth a listen as the guys hash it all out.Thanks for listening and thanks for letting us know you're enjoying the pod.Follow Lance and Joe on Twitter!Read Lance's work at The Buffalo NewsRead Joe's work at Noted Hockey and Bleacher ReportBig thanks to our musician friends --Intro: MerlinBerlin -- "Orbit" - Find them on BandcampOutro: Chips 'N Cellos -- Boss Fight (Sabre Dance, Khachaturian) - Find them on Bandcamp
Kim and Spencer discuss the concept of living for experiences versus living for stuff. They share personal experiences and observations from their careers and highlight the importance of focusing on more meaningful aspects of life, such as relationships and personal growth. The conversation touches on the role of social media in showcasing one's possessions or experiences, and they emphasize the need to be aware of the messages being sent to children about the importance of material possessions. Kim and Spencer also discuss how they incorporate celebration and tradition into their lives in ways that are personally meaningful rather than centered around material possessions. Best-selling author Kim Butler and Spencer Shaw show you how to take more control of your finances. Tune in to The Prosperity Podcast to learn more about Prosperity Thinkers thinking and strategies today! Do you have a question you would like answered on the show? Please send it to us at email@example.com and we may answer it in an upcoming episode. Links and Resources from this Episode For resources and additional information of this episode go to https://prosperitythinkers.com/podcasts/ https://truthconcepts.com/ Show Notes Discussing living for experiences and focusing on things like hikes in the woods, beautiful sunsets, and family moments instead of showing off material possessions like cars and homes Kim shares examples of how small changes and investments in property can make significant impacts on daily experiences such as a swing for relaxation with her dog or a morning walk to feed the alpacas How being conscious of living for experiences can extend to teaching the same values to children in the family Prioritizing family activities and time spent bonding creates a valuable environment for growth and connection Why you should start celebrating your wins Kim admits that while she could do a better job, she is happy with her life and her social interactions, despite not celebrating in the traditional sense Tying celebration to accomplishments and milestones like annual premium payments for life insurance policies. This way, every time an annual premium is paid, it's an opportunity for a small celebration with a dinner, massage, or another activity as a reward for the effort put in Special Listener Gift Free eBook: Activating Your Prosperity Guide. Kim Butler's groundbreaking eBook/ audiobook explains why typical financial advice may be sabotaging your wealth... and what to do instead! Review and Subscribe If you like what you hear please leave a review by clicking here Subscribe on your favorite podcast player to get the latest episodes. iTunes Stitcher RSS
Do you get lightheaded and feel like you lose a year of your life after tying your shoes? Huffing and puffing going up and down the stairs? This ends today, gentlemen. Listen to this podcast, follow me on Instagram (@dannycavs4) / Facebook (@Danny Cavallaro), and send me your biggest takeaway there! Let's hold each other accountable.
Locked On Warriors – Daily Podcast On The Golden State Warriors
NBA Top 50 player Hall of Famer and Golden State Warriors 1975 NBA Finals MVP Rick Barry joined Cyrus Saatsaz for a live Western Conference Opening Round Playoffs Game 1 postgame show to recap Stephen Curry missing a potential game tying three point shot at the buzzer as the Defending World Champions lost in Sacramento to fall behind 0-1 in the series. Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
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Rangers manager Bruce Bochy discusses Andrew Heaney's 10-strikeout performance in Monday's 11-2 win over the Royals. Plus, he talks about the offense's inconsistencies in the first ten games, and took ownership of the club's five-error game against the Cubs over the weekend.
Lovebug Club: A Rom-Com Rewatch Podcast
Many of us struggle with attaching a dollars-and-cents value to this ‘fixing animals' thing that we do for a living. We tell ourselves stories about how our work is a labor of love, about ethics and about the noble nature of our profession, and we underestimate the value of our skills and knowledge. But stories can become limiting beliefs that hold us back from realizing our full potential as veterinary professionals and as thriving humans, which all-too-often ends up with this story that Dr Olivia James hears over and over in her coaching work: "I'm overworked, I'm poor, and I'm lonely." Dr Olivia James is an equine dentistry specialist, former practice owner, founder and director of the educational platforms The Veterinary Dental Company and The Equine Practice Company and mentor and teacher though the business masterminds and coaching groups she hosts for equine practice owners, and in this episode she helps change our stories and beliefs around valuing our services. Olivia also provides practical strategies for reviewing what you charge in your business. Ultimately, this is a conversation about avoiding 'overworked, poor, and lonely.' Topic list: 2:50 What has Olivia been up to since our last conversation. 7:20 Happy/ Thrive /Flourish: What are we actually aiming for? 9:20 Loneliness in practice. 14:40 How Olivia learnt how to charge. 19:50 Life changes that can happen when your business works better. 26:10 Why it sometimes makes more sense to invest money in the stock market than in buying a practice. 29:10 The mental blocks that make it hard for us to charge appropriately . 30:40 When clients accuse us of 'just being in it for the money. 34:30 Getting the team on board with price changes in your business. 36:50 The three ways of setting your charges. 42:10 The things we commonly fail to account for in working out cost of service. 44:30 The ethics of what we charge. 47:40 How to decide which prices to adjust. 50:30 Tying business to what matter most. 56:00 Olivia's book choices. 59:00 Olivia's answer to the one question. Join our community of Vet Vault Nerds to lift your clinical game and get your groove back with our up to date easy-to-consume clinical episodes at vvn.supercast.com. Visit thevetvault.com for the show notes and resources for this episode. Join us in at Vets on Tour in Wanaka, New Zealand on 13 - 18 August 2023 for great CE, live podcasting and snow... lots of snow! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/vet-vault/message
Will LIV Golfers be in the mix on Sunday? Tying on bow on the Men's Tournament viewership; the Heat move quickly to replace FTX and two former Mass pols standing out
Transform with Stephanie Zeller
The energy this month is the most expansive energy we've had all year so far. It wants you to leap, to create, to realign with your truth, your power, and your most authentic self. It's time to dig deep, express big, get messy, and manifest your wildest dreams.
Eat Well, Sleep Great, Run Far
National Eating Disorders Association Website: https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/ Helpline: (800) 931-2237 Crisis Text Support: Text "NEDA" to 741741 This week I'm interviewing Keli Fine! Keli Fine is a friend and a great athlete who has a complicated past when it comes to food and disordered eating. She and I sat down to discuss issues with food and what it's like to work through it and to start to come out the other side. As I say twice on the recording, NONE OF THIS IS ADVICE. If you have an eating disorder, please reach out to a qualified professional. That's why I attached the contact info for the National Eating Disorders Association at the top of these notes. This is just a conversation showing you that there is some hope. Hope you get something out of it. ----- Notes: Who is Keli Fine Training schedule Injury history How food played a role in her injuries How the obsession with food started Food can be "scary" Tying worth to weight Becoming less reactive to eating issues Identifying a purpose and getting over the "PR or ER" mentality Starting to connect food to performance Falling in love with a weight class sport How meal plans can feed the obsession Determining priorities to help with food issues How much food helps training The weight relationship What's coming next Separating weight from worth Treating yourself as good as you would treat others Links: Watch the Video ----- Want to be able to ask your own questions for this podcast? Head to the Trail and Ultra Running Nutrition group on FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/trailultratraining Thank you for listening! ----- Want to chat about trail and ultra running? Go here: https://linktr.ee/will.c.frantz --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/trailultratraining/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/trailultratraining/support
In this episode, we welcome listener Kevin to our show with his first-hand accounts of the hauntings at Black Horse Tavern (Now The Iron Mule). We covered this site and the mafia hit that took place here in Episode One. Tying in with the Coal Country Mafia, we discussed a place that Kevin has explored before, Broad Mountain, and the grisly murder of a still-identified girl found there. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/missionspooky/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/missionspooky/support
Blogging the Boys: for Dallas Cowboys fans
The dust has pretty much settled on free agency across the NFL which means all attention has shifted to the NFL Draft. How are we feeling about the Dallas Cowboys at this point? Check out the latest episode of The Writer's Block as Jess Nevarez and Brandon Loree discuss! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Dan Hampu and Daniel Isenberg on their collective work at the Burton D Morgan Foundation and Scalerator NEO — covering why it's important to focus on companies at scale relative to startups when thinking about the overall prosperity of an entrepreneurial ecosystem, the state and trajectory of Northeast Ohio's entrepreneurial ecosystem, and the challenges that scaling companies experience, and how the Burton D. Morgan Foundation and Scalerator NEO can help.Dan Hampu joined The Burton D. Morgan Foundation in 2022 as the President and CEO — Previously, he served in a number of roles within the entrepreneurial landscape through Northeast Ohio. Most recently he served as the Executive Director of the Northeast Ohio Student Venture Fund, as a Venture Partner with Interstate Fusion Ventures, and as the Chief Operating Officer and board member of the Akron-based software startup company, Fontus Blue.Joining Dan, Daniel Isenberg has been an entrepreneur, teacher of entrepreneurship, and venture capitalist in Israel who has made investments in many dozens of startups across the world — he was a professor at Harvard Business School for 11 years where he pioneered education in international entrepreneurship, and since 2010 has been teaching at Columbia Business School through all of which, he has written over 35 articles on entrepreneurship and authored his book Worthless Impossible and Stupid: How Contrarian Entrepreneurs Create and Capture Extraordinary Value where he's been featured on Harvard Business Review, the Economist, Forbes, Bloomberg, Wallstreet Journal, Financial Times and many others. Outside of the academic world, he's put it all into practice through Scalerator NEO, which we'll spend our time on today, in addition to Scale Up Milwaukee, Scale Up Rio, Scale Up Atlantic Canada, Scale Up Trinidad and Tobago, all of which he has founded.Tying these two organizations together, Scalerator NEO is made possible by the support of the Burton D. Morgan Foundation, whose mission is to foster free enterprise through grantmaking, ecosystem building, and knowledge sharing and whose efforts are built around fostering youth, collegiate and adult entrepreneurship in our region. Scalerator NEO is a program is for scaling companies in Northeast Ohio with annual revenues in the range of $3M to $15M with the potential for further growth — Companies from all sectors partake in a six-month, seven-workshop curriculum to help founders and owners realize that growth — for example, the first Scaleraor NEO cohort collectively experienced a growth in earnings of 40% over the year.In our conversation today, we cover why it's important to focus on companies at scale relative to startups when thinking about the overall prosperity of a entrepreneurial ecosystem, we talk about the state and trajectory of Northeast Ohio's entrepreneurial ecosystem, and we explore what are the kinds of challenges that scaling companies experience and how the Burton D. Morgan Foundation and Scalerator NEO can help. Please enjoy my conversation with Dan Hampu and Daniel Isenberg.--Connect with Daniel Isenberg on LinkedIn — https://www.linkedin.com/in/disenberg/Connect with Dan Hampu on LinkedIn — https://www.linkedin.com/in/danhampu/Learn more about Scalerator NEO — https://www.scaleratorneo.org/Learn more about The Burton D. Morgan Foundation — https://www.bdmorganfdn.org/Follow Scalerator NEO on Twitter @ScaleratorNEO — https://twitter.com/ScaleratorNEOFollow The Burton D. Morgan Foundation on Twitter @bdmorganfdn — https://twitter.com/bdmorganfdn--Connect with Jeffrey Stern on LinkedIn — https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffreypstern/Follow Jeffrey Stern on Twitter @sternJefe — https://twitter.com/sternjefeFollow Lay of The Land on Twitter @podlayofthelandhttps://www.jeffreys.page/
Crossroads Church Podcast
Crossroads Church Podcast
Kyle and I talk about tying, fishing, and going to shows. Please support the great people and sponsors that make the show possible!
Blockcrunch: Crypto Deep Dives
In the past month, the banking sector experienced its most turbulent period since 2008. Major crypto-friendly banks, including Silvergate, Silicon Valley Bank, and Signature, have gone under, while the 170-year-old Credit Suisse stands on the brink of being absorbed by its main competitor, UBS. Are we witnessing a reenactment of the 2008 financial crisis? Will the BTFP Fed program ignite another bull run? Or, could we be entering a phase of hyperinflation where Bitcoin's value surges to $1 million within 90 days, as predicted by Balajis, the former CTO of Coinbase? Today on Blockcrunch, we have Ram, CEO of Lumida who was also previously the Head of Crypto at Cross River, one of the remaining crypto-focused banks, and also the Vice President at Merril Lynch to help us separate signal from noise: Overview of the entire banking situation Will BTFP introduce liquidity into the market What will happen to the crypto markets Host: Jason Choi @mrjasonchoi . Not financial advice. Timestamps: (00:00:00) – Introduction to Ram (00:04:14) – Why are banks falling? (00:08:55) – Deliberate crypto crackdown (00:15:59) – Is BTFP actually Quantitative Easing (00:24:18) – FED's ability to continue rate hikes (00:29:21) – Can Bitcoin hit $1m in 90 days (00:32:29) – What is going on with Credit Suisse (00:38:57) – Tying everything back to crypto Sponsor message: Filecoin is enabling open services for data, built on top of IPFS. Today, Filecoin focuses primarily on storage as an open service, but looks to build the infrastructure to store, distribute and transform data. Join the Space Warp program (Live until March 2023) to be among the first to build on the Filecoin Virtual Machine (FVM) https://spacewarp.fvm.dev/ More Resources: Guest Ram Ahluwalia's Twitter: https://twitter.com/ramahluwalia Blockcrunch Blockcrunch VIP: https://blockcrunch.substack.com/ Blockcrunch Twitter: https://twitter.com/theBlockcrunch Jason Choi's Twitter: https://twitter.com/mrjasonchoi Disclaimer: The Blockcrunch Podcast (“Blockcrunch”) is an educational resource intended for informational purposes only. Blockcrunch produces a weekly podcast and newsletter that routinely covers projects in Web 3 and may discuss assets that the host or its guests have financial exposure to. Views held by Blockcrunch's guests are their own. None of Blockcrunch, its registered entity or any of its affiliated personnel are licensed to provide any type of financial advice, and nothing on Blockcrunch's podcast, newsletter, website and social media should be construed as financial advice. Blockcrunch also receives compensation from its sponsor; sponsorship messages do not constitute financial advice or endorsement. Full disclaimer: https://blockcrunch.substack.com/about
This week, Scotty Wazz puts a bow on the season for Team Maryland, the D1 Squads in Navy and Towson, as well as the D2 Women's side of Navy, Maryland, and Loyola.
The Devon Kershaw Show by FasterSkier
This is the end. Of the 2023 racing season. Devon and Nat go without guests and are here to take you through the last three events of the winter in Lahti, Finland. And we cover a couple of retirement announcements from U.S. skiers.We're taking a little break after this but, we promise: We won't leave you hanging for the whole off-season. Stay tuned for more regular episodes over the course of the spring and summer, and we'll be back in a few weeks for a 2023 season recap. Tell us your favorite memories from this year — get at us at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
As we've seen, the new patient journey is the backbone of orthodontic practice growth. From the first point of contact to commencing treatment, every stage must be executed with precision, empathy, and efficiency. By implementing the strategies outlined in the Orthodontic Practice Growth Series, your front desk and scheduling coordinators, as well as the treatment … Tying It All Together: Chapter 7 of The Ultimate Treatment Coordinator Read More » The post Tying It All Together: Chapter 7 of The Ultimate Treatment Coordinator appeared first on HIP Creative.
In YI YI, the sudden illness of the matriarch in a three-generation household sends the lives of its inhabitants spiraling. In the emotional chaos, NJ, his wife Min Min, his daughter Ting Ting, and his son Yang Yang find themselves reckoning with the end of a generation and at the crossroads of many versions of themselves. In our discussion of director Edward Yang's final film, we discuss the big ideas he hints at in everyday scenes: generational baggage and a struggle to move forward; the struggle to maintain identity amid changing circumstances; and the inability to control the world's perceptions of you while you figure out who you want to be. - Get tickets to EDWARD YANG, GIANT OF TAIWANESE CINEMA (March 2023 at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/edward-yang-giant-of-taiwanese-cinema/ Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/trylovepodcast and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get in touch! Buy tickets and support the Trylon at https://www.trylon.org/. Theme: "Raindrops" by Huma-Huma/"No Smoking" PSA by John Waters. Outro music is another that might get me in trouble so idk, Google it or something. Timestamps 0:00 - Episode 219: YI YI (2000) 5:01 - The Patented Aaron Grossman Summary 7:48 - Da best Yang yet? 22:21 - The unifying ideas of YI YI 28:53 - Distance & alienation 34:42 - Tying setting and scene to theme 40:21 - Yang Yang & a changing world 46:48 - Grandma & generational tension 1:00:35 - Little moments where theme is expressed in form 1:09:50 - Readings of the ending 1:15:22 - The Junk Drawer 1:28:16 - Good Grief, Give Me a GIF! 1:36:53 - Cody's Noteys: Trylove Feud – The Most Popular Movies on Letterboxd from the 2000s
Tying a bow on the WBC; why the women's basketball tourney is seeing nice gains and NASCAR's Chicago race gets a key sponsor.
The Wadeoutthere Fly Fishing Podcast
In this episode we WadeOutThere with Rich Strolis from Simsbury Connecticut. Rich always had a love of fishing, but became a more devoted fly angler shortly after starting his career as a state trooper. He started fly fishing after working the night shift to help him decompress, and eventually was getting over a hundred days a year on the Farmington River. Rich began guiding and tying flies as a second career, until deciding he needed more time with family. Now that he has retired from his job as a trooper, Rich is selling flies and fishing more for himself. We discuss techniques for tying more durable flies, the Housatonic River, and streamer tactics centered around patterns for reading and fishing different waters.You can find out more about Rich, pick up some flies for your next fly fishing adventure, or purchase his book "Catching Shadows" at his website:Catching Shadows.comIf you want more information on some of the topics we discussed try reading these articles published at WadeOutThere.comDon't Buy a Fly Tying Kit! A Beginner's Guide on How to Start and Keep Tying Your Own FliesTen Fly Tying Techniques I Learned the Hard WayFor more fly fishing stories, lessons learned, and artwork check out my blog and online gallery at WadeOutThere.com
You know… we don't really do this that often.We rarely sit down and go through one of our recipes entirely from start to finish like this.But today, I wanna show you every single detail of our incredible beef tenderloin recipe.From the perfect temperature to getting the perfect knife, how to tie it up correctly, and even the best seasoning to apply.This is the only beef tenderloin recipe you're gonna need anytime soon. Trust me on that one.Wanna hear more about it?Check out Episode 68 of Kosmo Unfiltered!Key Takeaways:Intro (00:00)Making the tenderloin look bigger (01:34)The story of my only sponsorship (03:39)Different meat cuts (05:45)Getting the right knife (07:42)Tying it up (09:05)How to season (12:27)The best temperature (13:18)Episode wrap-up (20:14)Additional Resources:Share this podcast with someone on social media!Visit Kosmo's website here.Check out Kosmo's YouTube channel. Connect with Kosmo:Instagram: @kosmounfilteredFacebook: @kosmounfilteredTikTok: @kosmounfilteredFollow the podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google Podcast, Stitcher, or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts.If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!
New England Hockey Journal’s The Rink Shrinks
Episode 113- BY & Motts are back with a fresh mailbag episode this week! Before getting to your questions and voicemails Motts provides a state tournament update, BY recaps his team winning the championship in the EHF last weekend, & they both react to the great feedback we have received from our interview with Colby Armstrong! Then the boys dip into the mailbag to answer all of your questions & react to your voicemails. Some topics included: What age should you be tying your skates? Determining when players should move up levels Rink steak A couple voicemails! The My Hockey Rankings question of the week + much more! BY & Motts close the show talking about their upcoming defensive camp coming up in April and touch on some College Hockey awards. Thank you for listening! Please rate, review, and subscribe! If you're interested in sponsoring the show, please reach out to us by email or DM us on Instagram! Leave us a voicemail: 347-6-SHRINK Email: RinkShrinks@gmail.com Instagram: @TheRinkShrinks Twitter: @RinkShrinks Website: www.therinkshrinks.com Today's Episode Was Sponsored By: Sparx Hockey TSR Hockey Franklin Sports My Hockey Rankings
From 'Spits & Suds Podcast' (subscribe here): Hosts Sean Shapiro and Gavin Spittle recap an amazing Stars win in Seattle Saturday night. The guys break down the tying and winning OT goals. What adjustments will be made as the Stars take on Seattle again followed by Vancouver? To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
From 'Spits & Suds Podcast' (subscribe here): Hosts Sean Shapiro and Gavin Spittle recap an amazing Stars win in Seattle Saturday night. The guys break down the tying and winning OT goals. What adjustments will be made as the Stars take on Seattle again followed by Vancouver? To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Listen here: This week's episode is sponsored by: Carry your creativity with Erin Lane Bags! Whether you show your fiber fandom with the woolly wonder Sheepleverse, or dive into history with the Curiosities collection, our project bags, totes, and hook and needle organizers are at the ready to keep your hobby happy. Have you ever had to frog because you forgot a step several rows back? Or lost your spot because you dropped your magnet board or lost track with your highlighter tape? Instead of wrestling with paper, use the knitCompanion app. It keeps you on track so you can knit more and frog less. knitCompanion works with ALL your patterns and is available for Apple, Android, and Kindle Fire Devices Are you feeling dis-GRUNT-eled about your stash? Are you browsing Insta-HAM looking for knitting inspiration? Is color "kind of a PIG deal" in your life? Oink Pigments offers over one hundred forty PIG-ture perfect colorways to make you SQUEAL with delight. For a limited time only, bring home the bacon with code KNITMORE and get fifteen percent off in-stock yarns and fibers at oinkpigments dot com. Shop soon, because these pigs will FLY! Radicle Threads was founded by Shobha Nadarajah, Elisabeth Desamour & Caroline Dick. The magazine features articles, tutorials, recipes, and of course, crocheting and knitting patterns. You can find issues of Radicle Threads at: www.radiclethreads.com On the Needles: (0:34) Gigi: put another row on the excavation blanket Jasmin: Test knit for Chin Matthews in for Chin Matthews in Neighborhood Fiber Co Organic Studio DK: less than an inch of ribbing left on sleeve 2 Gigi at Jasmin's house knitting: socks for Andrew out of Lisa Souza merino yarn . First sock is done, second sock got to the heel flap Jasmin is making some progress on her Fractal Danger scarf out of Abstract Fiber Supersock in “Danger” (Bar Maids Knitmore Girls box #1) Gigi: meadowland baby blanket acrylic yarn, Mandala. Gigi: Preemie hats are drag along knitting at school, finished hat #2 and cast on hat#3 Jasmin paused her Piñata jacket by Quaylyn Stark SLOTTED QUILTING CUTTING MAT Gigi: started the next meadowlands Events :(34:57) Stitches West, Sacramento, March 2-5 Donations for United For Iran CASH BAR! Thursday March 2 at Stitches West during the Thursday night preview, cohosted with Neighborhood Fiber Co. Mother Knows Best:(38:08) Be the worst at something! When knitting attacks :(43:15) Gigi messed up the shoulder of the Verena cardigan again Knit more, know more: (44:17) A segment about Persian culture, history, or just generally cool stuff about Persian people. Protests are ongoing, 227 days. Das IRAN update podcast Anthony Bourdain in Iran Lead up to Persian New year! Find some Nowrooz celebrations near you! (We couldn't find the link to the Waffle Tahdig; but we're still looking for it) And Sew on: Gigi: Fabric analysis 2 Found buttons online. Had J help with the ordering Jasmin: Put her vintage sewing machines in the center section of the sweater cabinet as functional decor