Lyric Kinard is an award winning artist with a passion for sparking the creativity that she knows each of her students posses. In episode 127: Academy for Virtual Teaching with Lyric Kinard, she shares all about Global Quilt Connection and the Academy For Virtual Teaching. If you interested in teaching or are a teacher of any sort including in- person, online, a presenter etc, this episode is for you! Tune in to learn more about the acadeny for educators and see what resources are available for you! I am so excited to have Lyric Kinard on the podcast! Turn your CRAFT into a CAREER! Did you find this podcast helpful? Find more creative business takeaways, tutorials, courses, plus much more below. SHOW NOTES: https://quilterscandy.com/podcast/ QUILTERS CANDY WEBSITE: https://quilterscandy.com/ INSTAGRAM: Craft to Career Podcast @crafttocareer Quilters Candy @quilters_candy
Today, Josh is sharing the next installment of his recent Virtual Leaders Summit! This is session 4, part 3. In this episode, Josh is speaking with some powerful master coaches, including Chelsea Rosner, Teresa Hildebrand, and Brittany Torres.This was an extremely powerful and impactful event, packed with amazing guest speakers, and Josh wants to share it with you, right here on the Your Push Coach podcast!This event was over 5 hours of amazing content, so Josh will be sharing it with you across multiple episodes! If you're ready to dive in, let's go! We'd like to share an extraordinary offer with you! Get Josh' powerful Leadership Bundle, at a 90% discount!We'd like to share an extraordinary offer with you! Get Josh' powerful Leadership Bundle, at a 90% discount!We'd like to share an extraordinary offer with you! Get Josh' powerful Leadership Bundle, at a 90% discount!
In this episode, Doug King, Senior VP & CIO at Northwestern Medicine, delves into the transformative role of technology in healthcare. As healthcare systems increasingly integrate cutting-edge technology, how will clinicians adapt? Can AI truly be a reliable "team member" in patient care? As the borders between clinical and consumer data blur, what ethical considerations should be taken into account? Doug argues that the influx of data, while invaluable, also presents the challenge of discerning "signal" from "noise." How should healthcare institutions prepare for this exponential increase in data, and what strategies can help in filtering valuable information? Lastly, when it comes to forming valuable partnerships with vendors, Doug emphasizes the importance of shared mission and culture. Listen in to explore these questions and more. Key Points Ethical Considerations in AI & data Data-driven decisionsDigital nurses Patient digital experienceValuable vendor partnerships
Today, I'm excited to give you another glimpse into The Big Talk Academy Virtual Showcase. These amazing speakers from my signature program each have an important message to share. I know you will walk away fully inspired seeing how these change makers, influential voices, and thought leaders are making a difference in the world. This week's episode features Shannon Jeffrey Dobbs and his talk, “Why Supermarkets Are Killing America.” Shannon has gone from Army veteran to small business owner, to nonprofit founder, to public speaker focused on sharing food security strategies with the world. Shannon leverages his experiences to paint a clear and compelling picture of how each of us can overcome environmental and personal health challenges. In this talk, he explores: Why many low-income and rural communities have been left without easy access to healthy food options How a significant amount of the food produced in the U.S. ends up as waste despite huge shortages at food banks The shortcomings of supermarkets and the need to rethink our food system The importance of accessible and affordable healthy food for everyone More from Shannon His book, Low-Hanging Fruit: Market-Based Strategies for a More Resilient Community Food System LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/on-common-ground-2b9b27226/ More from Tricia Join my Complimentary Transformational Masterclass for Speakers Explore my content and follow me on YouTube Follow me on Instagram Connect with me on Facebook Connect with me on LinkedIn Visit my website at TriciaBrouk.com
Welcome to the 25th and final episode of the 2023 season! Christine Charles, MSU Extension Regenerative Agriculture Educator, hosted Dr. Christy Sprague, MSU Extension Weed Specialist, who spoke about fall weed control options across many types of crops. Also, a weather update from Dr. Jeff Andresen . To learn more and register for the live event, check out the MSUE Virtual Breakfast page.
Screening for colorectal cancer (CRC) has seen a lot of innovations, but there is still the conventional gold standard. On this episode of our award-winning podcast, Dr. Tomas Villanueva welcomes Dr. Aziz Aadam to discuss the need for early colorectal cancer (CRC) detection, and the options available to patients. Moderator: Tomas Villanueva, DO, MBA, FACPE, SFHM Senior Principal Clinical Operations and Quality Vizient Guest: Abdul Aziz Aadam, MD Interventional Gastroenterologist Director, Interventional Endoscopy Medical Director, International Patient Services Northwestern Medicine Show Notes: [01:05] CRC screening options [02:40] Colonoscopy advantages and disadvantages [03:35] Virtual colonoscopies [04:14] Artificial intelligence enhancement [04:54] Improvements in the future [07:10] No tests are foolproof [07:50] Need to improve access Links | Resources: To contact Modern Practice: email@example.com Dr. Aadam's email: firstname.lastname@example.org Subscribe Today! Apple Podcasts Amazon Podcasts Android Google Podcasts Spotify RSS Feed
In this podcast, we sit down with two leaders who are breaking the mold of how to grow brands - Wow Bao exploding in virtual brands and Fat Brands growing in multi-concept. We pick the brains of Geoff Alexander and Andrew Wiederhorn.Wow Bao is a fast-casual brand that specializes in steamed buns. The company was founded in 2003 and has grown to over 500 locations in the United States and continues to grow the new model of virtual brand development with unused capacity of various restaurant concepts.Wow Bao has implemented several initiatives to drive digital and virtual brand growth. These initiatives include:Expanding the brand's digital presence: Wow Bao has invested in its website and mobile app, making it easy for customers to order and pay for food online. The company has also expanded its presence on social media and third-party delivery platforms.Launching virtual brands: Wow Bao has launched a number of virtual brands, such as Wow Bao Kids and Wow Bao Express. This allows the company to offer customers a wider variety of options and to reach new markets.The digital and virtual brand growth of Wow Bao has been impressive. In 2022, the company's digital sales increased by over 100%. Wow Bao is now one of the top virtual restaurant brands in the United States.Fat Brands Inc. is a leading global restaurant franchise company with a portfolio of over 3,200 restaurants in more than 30 countries. The company owns and franchises a variety of restaurant brands, including Fatburger, Marble Slab Creamery, Johnny Rockets, Hurricane Grill & Wings, and Ponderosa Steakhouse.Fat Brands has been able to reach a number of demographics by offering a variety of food options at a variety of price points. The company's brands appeal to a wide range of customers, from families to young adults to seniors.
Join me as I share a powerful moment of reflection with you all as I enter my Rich Queen Event week! You can attend Rich Queen The Event virtually using the link below or by sending me the word ‘VIRTUAL' on IG. https://www.richqueen.com/rich-queen-the-event-westpalm
Join Jen and guest Kelly Cutchin discuss foreign currency exchange in the real estate market. Stay tuned to learn more. ____________________ Hey everyone. Welcome back to Mortgage Lending Mastery. I am so delighted that you have joined us today. I just want to start out by saying, please write a review today. We love reviews, we love if you take just a quick moment to scroll down after you are done listening and give us a five star review. Write a great comment about our guests and what you learned from her today, it means so much. Last but not least please subscribe to our YouTube channel. I said last but not least, but one more thing we have our Virtual Limitless event in October, I will be speaking in Las Vegas from my hotel room because I am travelling to Hawaii. Make sure you go and sign-up for that. The link to register is below. My guest today, Kelly joined money Corp team based out of Orlando, FL in 2006. She is an expert in what we are going to be talking about today. She has held various positions with the company she took on the role of the country manager. Which I've never heard of that title, Kelly, that is a new one. Please welcome to the show Kelly. ... ____________________ Join the Mortgage Lending Mastery Community Today: YouTube Facebook Instagram Jenduplessis.com Linkedin LinkedTree Book a Strategy Call with Jen TODAY! ____________________
In this episode, host Colin Mitchell welcomes Fred Copestake, author of "Hybrid Selling" and "Selling Through Partnership Skills," to discuss the changing landscape of B2B sales. They explore the concept of hybrid selling and how it has transformed sales in the digital age. Fred emphasizes the importance of equipping salespeople with the skills to stay relevant and meet the evolving needs of customers. He also highlights the value of understanding customer pain points and providing a personalized and valuable experience.Follow the Host:Collin Mitchell (Partner, Leadium)Our Episode Guest:Fred Copestake (Author, Hybrid Selling and Selling Through Partnership Skills)Sponsored By:Leadium | The leader in outbound sales appointment setting*If you'd like to be a guest on the show or have any questions, email us at email@example.com - Just tell us why you're reaching out and we'll contact you as soon as we can!
BOH executive editor Fred Nicolaus joins host Dennis Scully to discuss the biggest news in the design industry, including another furniture acquisition, some surprising housing numbers, and why ivory boucle may finally be on its way out. Later, Laiza Cors of influencer marketing agency Embello shares why she thinks virtual showhouses have a future.This episode is sponsored by Chelsea HouseLINKSEmbelloDennis ScullyBusiness of Home
Today, Josh is sharing the next installment of his recent Virtual Leaders Summit! This is session 4, part 2. In this episode, Josh is speaking with some powerful master coaches, including Chelsea Rosner, Teresa Hildebrand, and Brittany Torres.This was an extremely powerful and impactful event, packed with amazing guest speakers, and Josh wants to share it with you, right here on the Your Push Coach podcast!This event was over 5 hours of amazing content, so Josh will be sharing it with you across multiple episodes! If you're ready to dive in, let's go! We'd like to share an extraordinary offer with you! Get Josh' powerful Leadership Bundle, at a 90% discount!We'd like to share an extraordinary offer with you! Get Josh' powerful Leadership Bundle, at a 90% discount!We'd like to share an extraordinary offer with you! Get Josh' powerful Leadership Bundle, at a 90% discount!
Hudson Valley Climate Solutions Week, with events occurring in-person and online is currently underway and ends September 24th.A virtual panel presentation entitled “Securing Our Right to a Healthy Climate: Legal Strategies and Voices from the Turnaround Generation,” is taking place on September 22 from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. The panel, hosted by Sustainable Hudson Valley, will discuss legal strategies to secure our rights to a healthy environment.Maya van Rossum is Founder of the Green Amendment for the Generations Movement, and she joins us now to tell us more.
Stewart Battersby, CFO of Firefly Health, a virtual, advanced primary care provider, chats with associate content manager Amanda Norris on the strategies it has implemented to improve financial outcomes and drive growth in a 100% virtual environment.
When you set up your physical office space, I'll bet you were super excited - and thoughtful - about every detail. Where would your clients want to sit, facing the window or facing the door? Where should you put the Kleenex box? Do they need a footstool or is that just weird, lol? But what about your VIRTUAL office space? Have you ever wondered how to help your clients feel as comfortable online as they would be if they were meeting with you in person? (I'm asking because in my experience, too many practitioners tend to overlook this part of their practice set up - which makes me sad, lol.)If that IS something you care about, but it's been a bit of a mystery, you're going to love this episode - because I'm bringing it all right to you. Your top quality online space starts with three essential elements: your camera, your mic, and your physical setup. There are a number of factors with each of these that can impact your connection with your clients, not to mention your own comfort with hours of screen time, too. Sharing tons of tips for you in this week's episode. Check it out!.~Wendy xoxoP.S. “Oh my gosh, I love this Wendy!“ If you're saying that as you listen, would you please share a little love with a 5 star review and a few words over on Apple Podcasts? Your support means more than you can imagine, and helps me get discovered by others who could use this kind of help. Thank you!
Today we are talking about the essential team roles to boost your blog's success and support you as your blog grows. From the roles that are going to support you as the CEO to the roles that help you to execute content, I go over the key players that you need to build a team for your food blog. In this episode: Tips for hiring and building a team Blog manager Writers/photographer Virtual assistant SEO/keyword research Website and design team Related episodes: 5 SOPs Your Blog Needs ASAP How to Manage Your Blog Projects in Asana Connect with Madison Instagram | Website | Show Notes Work with Grace + Vine: Services for Food Bloggers Curious about our new offer? Email us for more info!
Welcome to another episode of the Hormone Prescription Podcast, hosted by Dr. Kyrin Dunston, and joined by our special guest, Dr. Jessica Hehmeyer. Dr. Hehmeyer is a Functional Medicine Practitioner and Women's Health Expert who is here to provide us with her valuable insights and expertise on debunking weight loss myths and creating a healthier relationship with our bodies. Key Takeaways: - Debunking weight loss myths - The importance of creating Your Middle Ground - The "gap of disappointment" and how to overcome it - Strategies for decluttering negative thoughts and keeping your goals in focus Episode Highlights: 1. The Pitfalls of an "All or Nothing" Approach Dr. Hehmeyer dives into the issues surrounding the "all or nothing" mindset that many women adopt during their weight loss journey. She emphasizes that true success lies in finding Your Middle Ground, a more sustainable and balanced approach to weight loss. 2. Empowering Women to Take Control of Their Weight Loss Dr. Hehmeyer shares her experience and knowledge in empowering women to create a personalized weight loss plan that suits their unique needs and goals, leading to long-lasting results and a healthier lifestyle. 3. Overcoming the "Gap of Disappointment" Dr. Hehmeyer reveals her insights into the "gap of disappointment" that many women experience when they aren't seeing immediate weight loss results. She provides strategies and advice on how to stay motivated, keep moving forward, and remain consistent in reaching your goals. 4. Decluttering Negative Thoughts and Staying Focused on Your Goals Dr. Hehmeyer highlights the importance of decluttering negative thoughts and understanding the impact they can have on your weight loss journey. She shares tips on how to keep your goals in focus and maintain a positive mindset throughout your journey. Join us on this episode of the Hormone Prescription Podcast, as we explore the world of weight loss mastery with Dr. Jessica Hehmeyer, and learn how to ditch the "all or nothing" mindset in favor of a more sustainable, balanced, and intuitive approach to achieving your health goals. Tune in now and be prepared to be inspired and empowered on your journey to better health! Speaker 1 (00:00): The first step to getting somewhere is to decide you're not going to stay where you are. JP Morgan. And there is a force in the universe, which if we permit it, will flow through us and produce miraculous results. Mahatma Gandhi. Speaker 2 (00:14): So the big question is, how do women over 40 like us keep weight off, have great energy, balance our hormones and our moods, feel sexy and confident, and master midlife? If you're like most of us, you are not getting the answers you need and remain confused and pretty hopeless to ever feel like yourself Again. As an OB G Y N, I had to discover for myself the truth about what creates a rock solid metabolism, lasting weight loss, and supercharged energy after 40, in order to lose a hundred pounds and fix my fatigue, now I'm on a mission. This podcast is designed to share the natural tools you need for impactful results and to give you clarity on the answers to your midlife metabolism challenges. Join me for tangible, natural strategies to crush the hormone imbalances you are facing and help you get unstuck from the sidelines of life. My name is Dr. Kyrin Dunston. Welcome to the Hormone Prescription Podcast. Speaker 1 (01:08): Hi everybody. Welcome back to another episode of the Hormone Prescription. Thank you so much for joining me today as we dive into the deeper meaning of weight loss and creating health for women at midlife with Dr. Jessie Hehmeyer. The two quotes that I shared initially with you are two quotes she shared with me before we started the interview that I absolutely love that we're gonna dive into in the interview from JP Morgan and Mahatma Gandhi. Two very different people, but with somewhat similar philosophies on life. If you are going to lose weight or heal from a disease or get rid of the symptom first you have to decide that you're not gonna stay where you are. And that might mean that you're going to decide, decide comes from the Latin de cre to cut away from, which means to make a decision to cut away from all other possibilities. Speaker 1 (02:05): So you're going to decide that, that you're not gonna stay where you are. And there is this force in the universe that if you allow it will flow through you and produce miraculous results. So I'm so glad you're here because both she and I have experienced this and work with these concepts with our clients. Whether it's losing weight or healing from chronic fatigue of fibromyalgia or the myriad problems that women at midlife can face with their health, with hormonal poverty. We both embody and embrace these philosophies. She has another beautiful quote from Martha Graham that I can't wait to share with you. We talk about it in depth here and we talk about some physiological changes that you're gonna need to make if you're gonna lose weight and get optimally healthy at midlife as midlife as well. So I'll tell you a little bit about Dr. Speaker 1 (02:55): Jessie and then we'll get started. She has a very varied background. She has a master of science in human nutrition and functional medicine. She's a doctor of chiropractic medicine. She's an I F M Certified Practitioner Alliance, a licensed dietician, a certified nutrition specialist. So she has all kinds of experience and basically she has a great foundation and so depth and breadth of knowledge in how to help women lose weight and create optimal health, particularly at midwife. She shares her story with us in the interview and she's a true doctor, which comes from the Latin or dore meaning to teach, show, or point out, and understands that healing occurs when individuals understand the what, why, and how behind their health and treatment. Please help me welcome Dr. Jessie Hehmeyer to the show. Thank Speaker 3 (03:53): You so much, Kyrin. It is a pleasure to be here with you and your audience. Speaker 1 (03:58): So much to talk about. So let's dive right into it. And I always like to start to give everyone a frame of reference to help them understand why they are so passionate about helping people with weight, about helping people become empowered when it comes to their health and their lives. And how did your path lead from, 'cause you've got chiropractic and fitness and nutrition and all kinds of stops on your journey of expertise. So how did it lead you to what you do now? Well, Speaker 3 (04:30): It led me there very personally as, as I'm sure it does for most people. And what I mean by that, Kyrin is for me, I really struggled with my weight for over a decade and not my weight in a sense that it was a health concern, right? I wavered, I was probably 15, 20 pounds that I would gain and lose over the course of over and over again over the course of multiple years. And for me, over that time period, I really got what a cost the struggle was for me, right? I got that it was interfering with me being fully present in life. It was interfering with me, fully contributing to life. And that just wasn't okay with me. So when I got clear that I was done struggling in this area of my life, it became about something else. It became not about the scale triumphing in this area of my life, it became around about being present and fully contributing. Speaker 3 (05:30): And so with that as my north star and really getting, just having this area of my life handled, I began to approach it from a place of questions rather than drill sergeant discipline, which never seemed to turn out well, right? And never seemed to turn out well when I took out the, the stick and started beating myself up and, and telling myself I I had to give up X, Y, Z and did so for a period of time and then in, in, in invariably at a certain point just broke my resolution broke and would end up right back where I was. And so I really saw that approach wasn't broke, was broken. And so I got curious about what a new approach might approach might look like that would lead me to a future where simply put this area of my life was handled right. It just wasn't a struggle. I felt great in my body. I felt good about how I looked and really fundamentally all those things about being a, an access to being fully present and contributing. Speaker 1 (06:30): Yeah, I love that. It's, boy did I beat myself up also about the wave. So when that internal inner critic would be like, you're bad if you eat this and you're bad if you don't, I'd say, oh, I'm not going to eat X, Y, or Z and then by four o'clock I'm eating it. And then, oh, you're bad. And all this shame. And it wasn't until I said, okay, I'm just gonna try and get healthy. Forget losing weight and then use the the same functional principles that you use as well as really the a spiritual approach. What is the weight about that I finally lost it to? And so here you are and you are helping people become empowered with their health and empowered in their life. And you shared some amazing quotes that I absolutely love before we started the episode that I think really get to the, a concept that I think everybody must embrace if they're going to experience the healing, health and vitality that is available to them, that is their birthright, that is possible so that they can live fully and give their gifts. And so I'm wondering if you can share that quote from Martha Graham and then we can talk about what that means. Speaker 3 (07:50): Absolutely. It would be my pleasure. So the quote by Martha Graham, there is a vitality, a life force, a quickening that is translated through you into action. And there is only one of you in all time. This expression is unique and if you block it, it will never exist through any other medium and be lost. The world would not have it. It is not your business to determine how good it is, not how it compares with other expression. It is your business to keep it yours clearly and directly to keep the channel open. You do not even have to believe in yourself or your work. You have to keep open and aware directly to the urges that motivate you. Keep the channel open. No artist is pleased. There is no satisfaction whatever at any time. There is only a divine dissatisfaction, a blessed unrest that keeps us marching and makes us more alive than the others. Speaker 1 (09:00): I had Joe bumps the whole time you were reading that. So can you talk a little bit about what this means when it comes to weight loss, when it comes to health, when it comes to living your life? Speaker 3 (09:12): To me it really, that quote really captures what a precious gift this life is. This life, our bodies, this opportunity to be here. It, it's nothing short of magic. And when we're really present to the gift that it is to be alive, we start to be in a different relationship. What it means to do our best to preserve that gift, right? When we're present to the wonder, the awe and the magic of this life, we're more likely to operate in our actions in a way that honors this life. And that's a journey. It's not an overnight A to Z event. It is a looking at, okay, how might I honor this gift called life based on where I am right now? And and I'm sure you'd say the same thing, ki right, the actions that I took when I started my own personal journey, born of self-love, are different than the actions that I take now simply born out of evolution. Right? That's totally natural. That's totally okay. And and I really see moving forward is the encouraged next step rather than approaching this as if it's either perfection or bus. Speaker 1 (10:32): Yeah, I, I think it's such a beautiful statement about who we are and what we are on this planet to do. I do believe we each have a unique calling and soul blueprint and gifts that we're meant to deliver. And if we don't deliver them, they'll never be delivered by someone else because only we can deliver them. And I, I tell the women who I work with in my programs that I'm sneaky. I, I wanna get you healthy 'cause I know you're suffering and I wanna stop, help you to stop suffering. And I know that you're sitting on gifts. You're sitting on assets, right? You're sitting on your at assets that the world needs. And I think it's the Dalai Lama who's quoted as saying the Western woman will save the world. And I believe it's the western middle aged and menopausal woman because we've got experience and we have a balanced viewpoint and we have fairness and justice and equanimity and we have experience in our chosen professions that we've been working in for decades. And then we have solutions to a lot of the problems that we're struggling with right now that come from a divine feminine perspective, not a pick tree iCal perspective that probably could help us. And I really enjoy helping women, I only work with women, I know you work with men too, really see that you getting yourself healthy is about more than just for you for your selfish needs. It's about you getting yourself healthy for humanity. Mm-Hmm. . And so you can deliver your gifts. Speaker 3 (12:11): Yeah. This is, yeah. So well said. Right? This is the opportunity right now. This is the opportunity to deliver your gifts. And Speaker 1 (12:21): I love the part where she talks about it's not your business to determine how good it is, not how it compares with other expression. Because so many women, when they do get healthy, then they're looking around, oh, what do I wanna do as my creative project? What do I want my legacy to be? And then they look, well, that's been done. That book's been written, that business has been made that no, it hasn't been done by you. Mm-Hmm , Speaker 3 (12:47): There is only one unique you and there's, the way you do it is going to be different the way than the way anyone else does it. Absolutely. And there's an abundance of people hungry for contribution. Speaker 1 (13:00): It's true. And the people who are gonna resonate with your frequency, 'cause you have a unique energetic frequency, are going to be drawn to you and they're only gonna hear certain things from you. They're not gonna hear it from Sally or Tom or Peter. Right. They're only gonna hear it from you. So I'm wondering if you can talk about this in the context of finding what you call your middle ground and ditching the all or nothing approach when it comes to health and healing and weight loss. What does that mean? Speaker 3 (13:33): Yeah. So the broken all or nothing approach, this is the inherited approach around our health and food in our bodies that's most prevalent when it comes to weight. And you know how this is lived is whole 30 followed by deep dish pizza and a bottle of wine on day 31, right? Like that would be a, a pretty clear example of the all or nothing approach in really, if we think about those two extreme actions, we're looking at deprivation or overindulgence. And for most people, those are the two options they're familiar with in this area of life. It's all in or all out. And a few problems with that is fundamentally speaking, they don't work. And by work I mean they don't allow people the opportunity to produce and sustain the health outcomes that matter most to 'em. So if you can't sustain the outcomes, to me, it's not a solution. Speaker 3 (14:32): Right? Secondly, they're born of self aggression, right? And self aggression really is not a solution for just about anything as far as I've ever found out for myself. So the broke and all or nothing approach is born of self aggression. And when I work with people, it's really stepping into a journey, a guided journey of authoring your middle ground. And your middle ground is finding that way of caring for your body and your life that allows you to integrate all of who you are and fully experience the joy of life, experience, the joy of being with others and celebrating with others while also moving towards the future you intend for your health and your life. And that journey is born of self-love. So it's just a real different way of operating. And it's not one that comes naturally for most people, right? Especially the people who I work with who've struggled in this area of their life for years or decades. It really takes some work not just to understand, okay, these are the actions, right? But stepping into a no way new way of relating with oneself and the actions that are working and the actions that aren't working from a place of kindness. Speaker 1 (15:49): So what does that look like? Can you give an example maybe from a client you've worked with or clients, because I think we talk about this concept of self love and stop beating yourself up and you're so hard on yourself. I'm a former hard on yourself member, right? And I didn't really understand what people were saying. You're so hard on yourself. What do you, what does that mean? Oh, you just have to love yourself. Well what does that look like? How do you do that ? So can you talk a little bit more in detail about the nuts and bolts of that journey? Speaker 3 (16:22): Yeah, no, that's funny that you were a member of the so hard on yourself plan, because I think I saw you at one of the so hard on yourself meetings, Speaker 1 (16:28): , you look familiar, Speaker 3 (16:31): But yeah. Yeah. So to me, where it all, where the journey, the new journey begins is getting very clear on your intention for your health and your life. And in a practical experiential sense, when I work with people and I invite your listeners to engage in this exercise, maybe write it down and, and do it later. But the first step is doing a little time traveling to a five-year future and actually writing the story of your health, your life, you as you intend and desire it occur, right? So telling the story in first person present tense, right? So I'm 46, I'd say I'm 51. And whatever's there for me about this five year future, I intend my body's healthy, strong, resilient in also tapping into what it is to live in your body at that moment, right? I walk across a, I walk through life confident and connected to others and the divine, however, you as an individual would say your experience would be in this five year future. Speaker 3 (17:45): So really painting this picture of your intended five-year future. So that's the first step is getting clear on your intended future. Now, there is another side of this coin and that's getting clear on what the likely, or perhaps we might say possible downward spiral five-year future would look like with no action, no change. What does it look like to be you in five years and how your body is, some people might have an idea about their health risks, like actually numbers around diabetes or heart disease or whatever the case might be, as well as your experience, right? The experience of defeat or betrayal or shame or whatever's there for people. And it's useful because they're both possible futures, right? And, and for most of us, we make change out of the carrot dangling as well as the stick on the back and not the stick on the back. Like we wanna beat ourselves up or, or scare ourselves. But it's really useful to look at what could the five-year future be like if I don't do anything and Yeah. Right. Speaker 1 (18:56): And then sobering, very sobering. Speaker 3 (18:58): Yes. Yes. And for some people quite literally, right? And from that I engage in an exercise with people that I call creating your vision of vitality that is really fundamentally based off of your intended future. It's really a condensed version, capturing your intention for your health and your life. And with that intention present, we start to navigate what it is to live with that as your north star. And that includes along the way capturing numbers, so actual lab work so that we can understand where you are relative to the desired future, what's the gap here? And also start to inform you what effective actions, what are the new actions that you'll need to bring into your life and begin practicing over and over again over time to live into that five-year future we want for you. And along that journey, when I'm working with people, I give them homework assignments. I call them fulfillment exercises. 'cause Some people get, get afraid when, you know, get scared when they hear the word homework. But they might be something more spiritual in nature. They might be something more informational in nature. Like what does insulin do? Scientific based exercise. But whatever it is, I choose for the person in front of me because I believe it's going to be an important puzzle piece in their journey ahead. Yeah. Speaker 1 (20:31): And then when you have that vision and that intention of who you're becoming on that heroine's journey, then every choice that you make in the present day is informed by that. And then you say, the woman who I'm becoming, she doesn't freak out 'cause it's four o'clock and she's hungry and she's not planning to eat dinner till seven. She drinks a glass of water or a glass of tea and keeps Yes. Keeps moving. Yeah. Speaker 3 (21:00): Absolutely. No, that's a great example, Karen. Absolutely. Yeah. Or the woman I'm becoming, if she suddenly in a moment of not being present comes to it and has, oh my gosh, I've just had two or three pieces of two or three cookies, she doesn't finish off the row. Right? Right. Speaker 1 (21:19): , she actually Speaker 3 (21:20): Puts it away and then grabs a, a glass of water and has a conversation with herself. Whatever's the useful conversation of that moment, both acknowledging, okay, maybe what led to that, oh, I, I didn't eat lunch, I was starving, right? And, or I was go at work, whatever it was, so that she can self-correct in the future, right? She can set herself up to live more aligned in the future. Mm-Hmm. Speaker 1 (21:47): So I want everybody listening to notice that we've been talking for about 20 minutes, we haven't talked about what diet you need to follow to lose weight. We haven't talked about what tests you need to get out of hormonal poverty. We haven't talked about anything other than the philosophy, the spirituality, the emotionality, the thought patterns, the belief patterns, the intentions, the energy around creating health. And so I hope that you've noticed that now some of you're Jones and for the diet tip of the day. 'cause You're like, I'm gonna go on, I'm gonna hear what's the one thing, what's the one thing everybody's looking on, Dr. Google, what's the one pill I need to take? The one supplement, the one diet? It doesn't exist, it just doesn't exist. Health is a state of wholeness. It's mental wholeness, emotional wholeness, spiritual wholeness, physical wholeness. So the only way to create that is by unpacking each of these areas and examining everything under the hood and then rearranging it and supplementing it and repacking it so that it can get you to that vision and intention. So I just wanted to point that out. Speaker 3 (23:02): Well said. Very well said. Yes. And, and the thing is, is for the people jonesing for the quick fix diet, right? Just notice what the diet industry is. I mean it's nothing if it's not quick fix, do this solutions. And yet it's, it's a multi-billion dollar industry that doesn't seem to be able to produce the outcomes and promises, Speaker 1 (23:27): Right? I think most diet programs have a 6% success rate at two years. And so this multi-billion dollar diet industry just works on profit off of churn. You lose the weight, you gain the weight, you lose the weight, you gain the weight, and you never truly become healthy and have vitality. And so the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, expecting different results. That didn't stop me when I weighed 243 pounds. I tried all the programs , right? You know, the Fen and the Jenny Craigs and the Nutrisystems and working out like crazy and fasting and all that stuff. I know you gotta do the things you gotta do until you finally come to this place of powerlessness and you go, I don't know the answer. And I think this place of surrender is when you can finally be handed a solution that works, that isn't a self aggressive solution and beat you into submission, but it's a self-loving solution. Speaker 1 (24:24): And you can really start to look at, well what has the weight meant in my life? Like I know for me that was a huge thing and it was protection. And I find that's true for a lot of women. I know in the ACE study that they did a Kaiser Permanente, I think there was an offshoot of it, another doctor looked at all the data and found that like 80% of the women who had overweight or obesity had been sexually abused as children. And that ended up was a part of my story, but I didn't know that. So then I could start loving myself and saying, oh, well if the, my need for protection is getting served by this layer of fat that I have around me, how can I serve that need for protection in another way so I can thank the fat doing its job and then let it go. So I love how you talk about journaling and writing your future at its best, your future at its worst. And I love to have people journal and dialogue with their fat or their body part. Like I, I've worked with a lot of women that have frozen shoulder and I like to have them dialogue with the frozen shoulder. What's going on? What did you come here to tell me? Said, Speaker 3 (25:31): And one of the things I love about what you just shared, Karen, is that you really got that, the holding on of the weight, it really came from such a good place, right? Yeah. It really came from such a good place and you were able to self dialogue and see that good place, acknowledge that good place it was coming from, and also get that there was a way to fulfill that very natural human need to feel safe and one that was born quite young, right? And do it in a way that still allows you physically, emotionally to thrive. Speaker 1 (26:12): Yeah. So I think I, I love that we're having this conversation because I love that everybody listening is hearing that health is about so much more than what supplements to take, what tests to do, what diet to follow. It is about you and who you are and your story and where it's been and where you're going and how you feel or how you don't feel. So I love that. And I love this other quote that you shared. I'm wondering if we could talk about that. I love a good quote, but from Mahatma Gandhi, there is a force in the universe which if we permit it, will flow through us and produce miraculous results. Talk a little bit about that . Well, Speaker 3 (26:53): For me, Kieran, when I, at about 26 years old or so throughout my hands and surrender and really devoted myself to figuring out this area of my life, I did so inside of a request. I asked what I would call the divine to collaborate to help me. And I made a promise that if the divine would help me, I would use my learnings to, to guide and help others. So to me, that lived experience is beautifully expressed in Gandhi's quote. And I, I'm sure, I'm sure you've had similar experiences that's throwing up your hands and surrender the surrendering to the divine doesn't mean you don't do anything. It actually opens up the energy for the right people to come into your life to teach you something, the right book to come into your life to teach you something, the right overheard conversation walking down the street to just all the things that you could never plan no matter how hard you try to show up inside of your commitment. Yes. Speaker 1 (27:56): Yeah. I had that moment after I, it was actually one of my patients who I had done the prescription, what I call the prescription tango with her, gave her sleeping pill, antidepressant, birth control pill, all the things, at midlife because she felt terrible. And she came back and she's like, yeah, it's not really helping me, but you know, as a board certified OB, G Y n I didn't really have much else to offer her except pills and surgery. And then she came back a year later and she was like a brand new woman and she said she had gone to this other doctor who had done all these tests. I never offered her to these treatments. And I'm thinking, how is there something I don't know about? I've been told by the certifying board of American Specialties that I know more about women's health than anybody else. Speaker 1 (28:40): Anyway, she had brought me one of Suzanne Summer's books and I wasn't gonna read it. I took it home and I was like, I'm not gonna read this book by Chrissy on three's company. But it sat there in my nightstand for a long time. And then one Saturday my kids were, came in and said, we're going to the movies. Like they didn't even bother asking me if I wanted to go anymore because they knew mom when she wasn't working, she was gonna be parked in her pajamas in bed 'cause she was sleeping and tired all the time. 'cause I had chronic fatigue and, and I read that book at first I was very reticent and prejudiced and then I started reading it like it was the Da Vinci Code, like the best mystery novel I ever read. And I finished it that day. I think the sun had just gone down. Speaker 1 (29:24): And I had one of those moments, I said, God, whatever you believe in the divine God, Buddha, Jesus, whatever. And I said, I'm going to use this and if it works, I'm gonna spend the rest of my life teaching other women about this. And then that prayer, that's a simple prayer, right? It calls in resources and possibilities that were previously closed to you now start opening up chance meetings, coincidences, so-called coincidences. And sometimes you have to come to that point of surrender and that force in the universe if you allow it and you don't keep going back to do the same you've been doing. Speaker 3 (30:06): Right. And it takes courage and it does. It takes a li it takes courage. It takes, sometimes it takes just getting sick of ourselves and even getting sick of ourselves. It still takes courage to, to surrender. Speaker 1 (30:19): It does. And I love it fits great with this other quote you have from , getting somewhere to decide you're not going to stay where you are. And so I'm not doing this anymore. And to whatever higher power you believe in, just say, I'm not doing this anymore. You need to show me the way. And I, I literally will say that out loud to whatever angels who work with me in the light, whoever's listening, I'm not doing it this anymore. So you show me. Yeah. And then stuff starts happening. Speaker 3 (30:49): It's true. It's things we cannot explain. It's very true. Speaker 1 (30:53): So let's give, I think we've talked a lot about the kind of nebulous, esoteric stuff that everyone avoids and doesn't want to talk about with health. So I think we need to be talking about it. But is there anything you'd like to share just from a root cause resolution, science-based approach that people might consider when it comes to losing weight, creating health? Speaker 3 (31:16): Yeah, absolutely. On the physiological front, I, I'm sure everything I'm about to say, Kieran, you are gonna completely nod your head with, right? But when I think about three recurring physiological barriers to weight loss, when, well, I should preface this by saying, sorry ladies, it's probably not your thyroid and like everybody, I feel like, I don't know if you experience this, like everybody wants it to be their thyroid because they're like, then I'll just start taking medication. They'll be easy, right? And like the thing is, is even if it's your thyroid, it's not just your thyroid, it's Speaker 1 (31:54): Not just your thyroid. In Speaker 3 (31:55): Other words, absolutely true. If your thyroid, if your your thyroid's underactive, if you need thyroid support, you should definitely get thyroid support. Absolutely. Absolutely. But it's probably not the keys to the kingdom you think and hope it will be. And so with that as the preface, the the three things, assuming your thyroid is well supported, well-functioning that I see with some recurring frequency is the first one is compromised insulin sensitivity, which is very different than lab normal, right? Lab normal's usually up around 19 for fasting insulin, I like to see fasting insulin seven or less. And so if that insulin is high single digits or in the double digits, we know we have an opportunity on the table to help your body be better at burning fuel rather than storing fuel. That's one of the foundational things I look at. Another thing that I see with some frequency is elevated inflammation, right? Speaker 3 (32:56): Sometimes people will come in and say, oh, I'm so inflamed. And I'll ask them about how it feels and maybe they'll say, my joints hurt or I'm bloated or my skin's red. They'll say something, we'll still go test the numbers also. But really the point is that mostly people don't experience any real symptoms when they're inflamed. The only way we know is by doing their labs and H S C R P is the number one go-to I look at with regards to inflammation, but also homocysteine. And when those elevate, when the H SS C R P that that inflammatory markers elevate in particular, it will absolutely slow down the metabolism. When I see this in time and again with women who, they come in and we like to see H S C R P 1.5 or less ideally under one, but that's the sweet spot range we're looking for. Speaker 3 (33:49): And I, I'm starting to work with someone who's H S C R P, we learn after her labs or seven or eight. I let them know, listen, it might be a few mo months before you start to see the scale move because the first order of business is breaking this vicious cycle of inflammation and then your body's just gonna take care of itself. But that's what we have to go get after first. And we do that in a lot of different ways. But fundamentally speaking, when that inflammation is elevated, first of all, people often, more often than not, don't have any symptoms and it's gotta be addressed in order to have the scale move. And then the number three is, I like to call it detoxification pathways gunked up, right? And that just, that shows up in a lot of different ways, right? That can show up as hormonal irregularities that can show up as just playing into that inflammatory process where there are more toxins in the body than ideal, which are driving inflammation. Speaker 3 (34:48): And that's never just like, there's not just one test I look at for to assess detox pathways, but a lot of different things. I look at what does your, detoxification is such a chic word, but we know that detoxification though, there are multiple physiological processes that allow this to happen in the body. And so I wanna understand, does the body have the essential nutrients to run the engine of detoxification, whether that's amino acids or B 12 or all the different things we need to in order to, to run the, run those gears nice and smoothly. And then also are those toxins getting out of the body. Another simple check for that is with someone having daily bowel movements, right? We know that our bowel movements are one of the primary ways we get out of, get toxins out of the body and in by toxins. It's not just pollutants and things we encounter in our environment, our hormones that we produce ourselves, or if people are taking some kind of using some kind of H R T or oral contraceptive, those, all those hormones go through our detox pathways also. So to have those running nice and smoothly is really foundational to supporting weight loss and also what comes after weight loss. Speaker 1 (36:06): Yes. When you said that about thyroid, I was envisioning people throwing tomatoes at this stage going boo, yes. I did this podcast episode, I guess it was about a year ago, called Why You Will Never Fix Your Thyroid By Trying to fix Your Thyroid . Speaker 3 (36:24): Oh, I love that. That is great. Speaker 1 (36:28): And it's the thyroid is just the innocent bystander, so I love that. But so there you have it, right? You just laid out the nutshell of all the things I like to say that you've got to do physiologically. But what I find is that people can rarely do the things that they need to do physi for their physiology and biology when they don't have the energy, right? Because everything at its essence is energy. And so that energy is your thoughts, your feelings, your beliefs, your history of your story that you're carrying around in your body and energetic packets. 'cause You've never unpacked it, most of us. And so you really need to address that. And then when you address that, the physiology you can very easily take care of. It's becomes simple. Speaker 3 (37:15): Absolutely. Yes. Well said. Speaker 1 (37:18): So tell everyone all the places they can find you online and interact with you. Speaker 3 (37:22): Yes. You can find firstname.lastname@example.org and you'll find a place where you can request a complimentary consultation. Please be sure you tell us where you heard about us because you will be entitled to 10% off if you do decide to engage beyond that, that complimentary consultation is 30 minutes. Virtual will give you a chance to ask me more questions. Consider working together, whether it's one-on-one or in group work, and then also Instagram at at well Empowered is where you'll find me. Speaker 1 (37:56): Awesome. Thank you so much, Dr. Jesse, for your path, your purpose, your passion, all the things that have led you to be here with us today. And thank you for the brilliance and insight and depth that you have shared. I really appreciate it. Thank Speaker 3 (38:11): You so much, ki it's been such a pleasure to be with you and to share our love of people empowered by their health and vitality. Speaker 1 (38:21): Yes. And thank you for joining us for another episode of The Hormone Prescription with Dr. Kieran. Hopefully you feel empowered by our conversation, by knowing that you really are here for a specific purpose that only you can fulfill and that you can take steps today to start moving towards that. I look forward to hearing about the steps you're taking on social media. So reach out and let me know. And until next week, peace, love, and hormones y'all. Speaker 2 (38:49): Thank you so much for listening. I know that incredible vitality occurs for women over 40 when we learn to speak hormone and balance these vital regulators to create the health and the life that we deserve. 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Dr. Alexis Morgan // #ICEPelvic // www.ptonice.com In today's episode of the PT on ICE Daily Show, #ICEPelvic division leader Alexis Morgan emphasizes emphasizes the significance of comprehending your own body and the process involved in utilizing the pelvic floor. Without this understanding, it can be challenging to educate and support others in this area. To better understand and utilize your pelvic floor, Alexis suggests a five-step process. The first step is to "tell" the actions of the pelvic floor, which involves becoming familiar with its location and functions. Alexis uses the analogy of an A-frame house to explain the contraction and relaxation of the pelvic floor. The second step is to "demo" the actions of the pelvic floor. This can be done through videos or using a pelvic model to visually demonstrate the movements. The purpose of this step is to help individuals visualize and better comprehend what was explained in the first step. The third step is to "practice" contracting and relaxing the pelvic floor. Alexis encourages listeners to pay attention to any sensations they feel when they contract their pelvic floor. During virtual sessions, she advises being mindful of any additional body movements that may occur during the contraction. The fourth step is to "ensure" that the individual is correctly performing the pelvic floor movements. This step involves confirming if the person felt the intended movements and if they understood the instructions. If there is any uncertainty or confusion, Alexis emphasizes the importance of not progressing to the next phases until both the individual and the instructor are confident in their understanding. Lastly, the fifth step is to "progress" in using the pelvic floor. Alexis mentions that this five-step process may not occur in one session and that it may take time before individuals can confidently progress. However, by understanding their own body and going through these steps, individuals can develop the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively assist others in utilizing their pelvic floor. Overall, the episode highlights the significance of understanding one's own body and the steps involved in using the pelvic floor in order to effectively educate and assist others in this area, as well as provide meaningful care virtually. Take a listen to learn how to better serve this population of patients & athletes. If you're looking to learn more about our live pregnancy and postpartum physical therapy courses or our online physical therapy courses, check our entire list of continuing education courses for physical therapy including our physical therapy certifications by checking out our website. Don't forget about all of our FREE eBooks, prebuilt workshops, free CEUs, and other physical therapy continuing education on our Resources tab. Are you looking for more information on how to keep lifting weights while pregnant? Check out the ICE Pelvic bi-weekly newsletter! EPISODE TRANSCRIPTION 00:00 INTRO Hey everyone, Alan here. Before we get into today's episode, I'd like to take a moment to introduce our show sponsor, Jane. If you don't know about Jane, Jane is an all in one practice management software with features like online booking, scheduling, documentation, and a PCI compliant payment solution. The time that you spend with your patients and clients is very valuable and filling out forms during their appointment time can quickly take away from the time that you all have together. That's why the team at Jane has designed online intake forms, that your patients can complete from the comfort of their own homes. And to help them remember to fill out their forms, Jane has your back with a friendly email reminder sent 24 hours before their appointment. This means they arrive ready to start their appointment and you can arrive ready to help. Jane's online intake forms are fully customizable to ensure you're collecting everything you need ahead of time, whether that's getting a credit card on file, insurance billing details, or a signed consent form. You can build out your intake forms from scratch or use templates from Jane's template library and customize it further to meet your practice needs. If you're interested in learning more, head on over to jane.app slash guide. Use the code IcePT1MO at sign up to receive a one month grace period on your new account. Thanks, everyone. Enjoy today's episode of the PT on Ice daily show. 01:26 ALEXIS MORGAN Good morning, PT on Ice daily show. My name is Dr. Alexis Morgan, and I am here today representing the pelvic division. Happy Monday. I hope you all had a wonderful weekend. Let's discuss a huge topic that is virtual care this morning. Virtual care is something that really grew a lot during COVID. and we all kind of had to pivot, right, and try to figure out, okay, how exactly is this done? One of the areas that I feel like is potentially the most surprising about doing virtual care in is pelvic floor health, pelvic floor assessment, pelvic floor physical therapy. A few weeks ago, I did a PT on ice, about the virtual care and the subjective exam. And did a whole entire podcast on that, did not have time to discuss the objective assessment. So today I'm hopping back on to discuss how we do the virtual objective assessment. If you missed last time's podcast, go ahead and rewind back about a month and look for that. that virtual subjective care, because that's gonna be important and of course it's gonna lay the foundation for this pelvic floor assessment in the objective category. So, let's go ahead and just dive right in to exactly what we teach and what we do for that objective exam. We talked last time, and we talk all the time in pelvic health, that we are educators, that we really teach people how their body works and we teach them the truth about their bodies when in fact they've read unfortunately online and in magazines and on YouTube and in various forms they've heard lies. They've heard myths and they've heard misconceptions. It's very confusing. It's a confusing area of our body. And we get the opportunity to be educators. Part of this objective exam, when we are virtual, is education. So here's how it goes. It's really a five-step process. Number one, tell. Number two, demo. Three, practice, four, ensure, and five is progress. So let's dive into each of those categories. 04:47 ACTIONS OF THE PELVIC FLOOR So with tell, number one, first you're gonna tell them the actions of the pelvic floor. You're gonna essentially get them oriented with where the pelvic floor is and what it does. You're teaching, you're telling. So you're gonna tell them the actions of the pelvic floor, right? So when it contracts, it goes up. We use the analogy attic, first floor, and basement of the A-frame house here at ICE. So tell them that. So when it squeezes, it goes up into the attic. When you're just chilling, you're hanging out at first floor. We're just at rest at that first floor. That's where life is. happens when we're just chilling. Then we go into the basement. And that basement is the downward movement towards the feet. The holes expand, they enlarge. That analogy is helpful for someone to understand, helpful for them to kind of visualize that. But generally, that analogy isn't quite enough. And because in this objective exam, you know you're not gonna get to give them direct feedback, direct visual or tactile feedback, you've gotta go that extra step. So step number two, so step one was tell. Step two is demo. So you're gonna demo with maybe a video or your pelvic model that you have. Help them visualize what it is that you just said with that analogy. So looking at the pelvic floor, when it squeezes, it goes up towards your head. When it relaxes or an effortful relaxation, it opens up and goes away from your body. That's demo. So they can actually see. So tell and demo these two work hand in hand together. Step number three is practice. So you're gonna ask the client, okay, I want you to practice that. Go ahead and contract your pelvic floor. Do you feel anything? When they are contracting, you're looking for on this virtual call, you're looking for any kind of extra little body movements that they may have. If they're holding their breath, if their entire musculoskeletal system rises, they're doing too much. They're putting way too much into that. And so you can cue them and have them, okay, can you, can you do a similar thing? Can you still raise your pelvic floor? But can you do it with your entire body? relaxed. Just move your pelvic floor, even if it's a little bit less of a muscular engagement practice. You also want to have them do the opposite. So you had them go into that attic. Now you want to have them go into that basement. If they had trouble going into the attic, we definitely want to just move on and go to the basement because maybe they'll feel that a little bit better. So we go into the basement and we say, okay, I want you to bear down. I want you to push towards your feet. I want you to open up those holes, whatever language they need, and you wait for them to feel that. So we're talking them through this practice, but that's not really all. We've got to go on to step number four, which is ensure. So, you've got to ensure that they're doing what you both think that they are doing, what you both want them to be doing. You've got to ensure. So you're gonna ask them some questions, like, okay, so we talked about how it contracts, it closes up, and it goes, your pelvic floor, when you squeeze, raises up, like towards your head. Did you feel any of that movement? Are you sure that you felt it go up? Can you feel the difference between up and down, between that attic and that basement? Can you feel a distinct difference? If they can, I'm still reading their answers, and if they're saying, yeah, yeah, I think I felt that, I'm not convinced with that. I'm not convinced with a little question mark sounding. Yeah, I think I felt that. What we want to hear is, yes. Yes, I felt it. It wasn't strong. I didn't feel much, but I definitely felt a difference in that direction. We want to hear that. Because from that, we can then progress them. Number five. progress them to teaching what the pelvic floor should be doing in their problematic movements. Whether that is double unders, squatting heavy, catching a clean, whatever that might be. We want to teach them what their pelvic floor should be doing. That's again beyond the scope of this of this podcast this morning and please come on to our courses where we can really dive into that. But realize that that five-step process does not always occur in one session. So tell, demo, practice, and ensure absolutely will go hand-in-hand together. But it might be a while before you can progress. because if that person who's like, I think so, I think I felt that, or maybe they're saying like, I didn't feel it at all. I really don't know what you're talking about, Alexis. I didn't feel that. If neither one of you are sure that they felt those movements, you can't go on. You can't go on to the next phases because they have no idea. This little area of their pelvis is like a black box. They can't feel it. They can't move it. How are we supposed to rehab it? We've got to give them homework. We've got to give them projects to work on to be able to feel that. Some examples that I use is I'll send them with a mirror. to look at their pelvic floor to see if they see that movement. Or they can use their finger. They can use a finger and insert it vaginally and feel those differences. They can feel that pelvic floor move. Just getting to the point where they can feel that mobility is a really big improvement and can get them to where they can feel that elevation and that depression of the pelvic floor. So a visual tool for them or maybe a tactile tool for them with their finger. That's kind of a double tactile cue, right? They can feel it with their finger. They can also feel it in their pelvic floor. You might go with just a third option, a single tactile cue. So rolling up a washcloth and sitting on top of that. or straddling over the top of a bouncy ball to be able to feel a little bit of the difference. One of my most commonly used ones for the single tactile is actually tell them to sit in a bathtub where it's super, super still and work on feeling those movements. 13:15 USING WATER AS A TACTILE CUE Because of the pressure of the water, and the stillness of the water, they can actually feel any slight movement, particularly if it's still and if it's quiet in there. So that's one of my favorite ways to send them home with Homework, to try to get to where they can feel that movement, they can actually engage their pelvic floor, and they can discern the difference between a contraction and that effortful relaxation, or the attic and the basement. You send them home, you repeat all of this on the next visit in about a week or 10 days. Give them that practice to do and follow up with them soon on this, and you're gonna go through that same thing. tell, demo, practice, ensure, see how their confidence is, and then potentially at that point, then we progress. Then we move on to their positions that challenge them or their movements that challenge them, and we educate accordingly. I hope that was helpful for you all to utilize in your own practice and realize that It is challenging to do this if you don't understand your own body and if you don't understand all of these steps. So if you're listening to me today and you're like, I don't really understand how to use my pelvic floor, then you go through these steps. And I guarantee you that when you flip to the other side and you're talking others through this, you being able to relate to them is really going to be able to help. and you can understand that client so much better. Thank you all so much for joining today. I hope this was helpful. I hope you all have a wonderful week. This weekend, I'm gonna be in Scottsdale, Arizona with a whole lot of you all. We are so excited to join you all for the two-day live course. We're gonna have a blast down in Arizona. We've got several upcoming courses. So be sure to take a look on ptonice.com and be sure to register for our newsletter. Everyone always asks us, how do I find out more information? How do I stay up to date on the research? How, how, how in this fitness forward pelvic health world that is ice pelvic, The way to do it is to register for the newsletter. It comes out every other week, every other Thursday, and we give you all the goods there. So be sure to sign up for that, it's absolutely free. And of course, come on over to our courses, our live courses, and we're rolling out our last online course of the year right now, and we're gonna start fresh in the new year. So we are really looking forward to seeing you all out on the road or online. Thanks for being here. 16:42 OUTRO Hey, thanks for tuning in to the PT on Ice daily show. 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The Brooklyn Badass (ft. Alec Melman)OPENING QUOTE:“Being adaptable and being patient, that'll answer for those feelings of frustration. If you can hold on long enough, good things happen.”-Alec MelmanGUEST BIO:Alec Melman is co-founder and CEO of Gotham Artists, one of the most successful and respected talent agencies in the country. Founded in 2009, Gotham is known for its innovative approach and unique roster of talent that stretches from keynote speakers to musicians, stand up comics and more. For 14 years, Alec has helped guide and grow Gotham every step of the way through intense and dramatic changes in the industry.Links:BioLinkedInCORE TOPICS + DETAILS:[5:33] - The Extra InchLittle things that add up to big impactTo Alec, explaining Gotham's success as a bureau is simple: customer service. Gotham is simply “a little faster, a little nicer, and a little sharper.” Things like getting back to people quickly makes them stand out relative to the inefficiencies of some other bureaus, and that's led Gotham to grow at the astonishing rate it has.[10:36] - The Agency-Speaker ConnectionWhen to go exclusive and how to know it's time for a changeAlec discusses how most of Gotham's exclusive partnerships with speakers grow out of existing relationships. He expresses how bureaus want to go exclusive with speakers they've worked with before, having booked 7-10 dates before even broaching the exclusive conversation. How does this apply to speakers? Be patient. Building those bureau relationships in your non-exclusive days will pay dividends down the road.[28:39] - Ongoing Connection in the Digital EraWhy Alec is a believer in virtual keynotesAlec believes that people who don't believe in virtual keynotes and other disruptive technologies fail to understand them. They're not the “redheaded stepchild” of in-person — they're a unique opportunity in their own right. He uses the example of a $100,000 speaking budget. An in-person event would spend that budget on one or two massive names, one big splash. That has value, of course. But so does spreading that budget out over 12 monthly installments, bringing in smaller names who can cover a range of topics. Virtual isn't better or worse than in-person, it's simply a separate opportunity.[30:33] - The Bureau of LessHow doing less for speakers helps Gotham serve them betterAlec approaches every decision for his clients using the “triangle of decision-making.” Is it profitable? Is it fun? Does it match our long-term vision? If the answer to all of those questions isn't an enthusiastic “yes,” then it's not right. “I don't want to take our eyes off the prize and start focusing on ancillary activities,” he says. “If the opportunity knocks, we'll be ready for it, but I'm not going out of my way and trying to make that materialize.In this way, Gotham serves its clients by doing a few things very, very well, rather than trying to do 100 things somewhat competently. Gotham's focus, not their breadth, has allowed them to grow and excel.RESOURCES:[1:46] About Gotham ArtistsFollow Alec Melman:LinkedInFollow Josh Linkner:FacebookLinkedInInstagramTwitterYouTubeABOUT MIC DROP:Hear from the world's top thought leaders and experts, sharing tipping point moments, strategies, and approaches that led to their speaking career success. Throughout each episode, host Josh Linkner, #1 Innovation keynote speaker in the world, deconstructs guests' Mic Drop moments and provides tactical tools and takeaways that can be applied to any speaking business, no matter it's starting point. You'll enjoy hearing from some of the top keynote speakers in the industry including: Ryan Estis, Alison Levine, Peter Sheahan, Seth Mattison, Cassandra Worthy, and many more. Mic Drop is sponsored by ImpactEleven.Learn more at: MicDropPodcast.comABOUT THE HOST:Josh Linkner is a Creative Troublemaker. He believes passionately that all human beings have incredible creative capacity, and he's on a mission to unlock inventive thinking and creative problem solving to help leaders, individuals, and communities soar. Josh has been the founder and CEO of five tech companies, which sold for a combined value of over $200 million and is the author of four books including the New York Times Bestsellers, Disciplined Dreaming and The Road to Reinvention. He has invested in and/or mentored over 100 startups and is the Founding Partner of Detroit Venture Partners.Today, Josh serves as Chairman and Co-founder of Platypus Labs, an innovation research, training, and consulting firm. He has twice been named the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year and is the recipient of the United States Presidential Champion of Change Award. Josh is also a passionate Detroiter, the father of four, is a professional-level jazz guitarist, and has a slightly odd obsession with greasy pizza. Learn more about Josh: JoshLinkner.comSPONSORED BY IMPACTELEVEN:From refining your keynote speaking skills to writing marketing copy, from connecting you with bureaus to boosting your fees, to developing high-quality websites, producing head-turning demo reels, Impact Eleven (formerly 3 Ring Circus) offers a comprehensive and powerful set of services to help speakers land more gigs at higher fees. 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Getting timely access to a veterinarian can be challenging for many livestock farmers. It’s not only a problem for Canadian farmers: a shortage of veterinarians is being felt around the globe, as farmers across the U.S., the UK, and Australia struggle to find health care for their animals, says Dr. Colin Yates, CEO of a... Read More
During this episode, we connect with Chuck Rinker, CEO of PRSONAS, an industry leader pioneering digital personality technology to revolutionize healthcare engagement. Bringing expertise from the gaming and entertainment industries, Chuck is driven to apply AI for more humanistic care.While together, Chuck shares how PRSONAS creates virtual assistants to guide patients, providing a vital, personalized touch at scale. Additionally, Chuck unpacks real-world implementations that ease patient journeys through empathy and diverse representation. We also discuss shifting mindsets as pioneering providers embrace future-focused care transformation. Join us as Chuck outlines a vision for 24/7 digital advocates that unite holistic teams behind-the-scenes to deliver tailored support and relieve overwhelmed staff by injecting compassion and humanity into our healthcare system. Let's go! Episode Highlights:Chuck brings a fresh perspective from gaming to transform impersonal healthcare journeys.PRSONAS uses AI personalities to provide empathetic guidance and support.Virtual assistants act as the face of health systems to boost patient satisfaction.Chuck advocates for pioneering providers to embrace care transformation.The vision is 24/7 digital advocates uniting holistic care teams behind-the-scenes.About our Guest: Chuck Rinker is simply an "Imagineer without the ears!". He has spent his entire professional and personal life stimulating both sides of his brain, pursuing advanced degrees and career positions that exploit his self-proclaimed mastering of both artistic expression and technical know-how.Rinker's professional career has taken him from developing black-ops military tech and NASA/space-borne avionics through gaming, including directing the NCAA / Madden series of games for EA Sports. This lead to the creation of nuMedia Innovations and the patented technologies behind it. Their premier offering is the PRSONAS™ Digital Personality Engine bringing human engagement to self-service solutions for airports, hospitals, and commercial markets.His educational background spans degrees and post-graduate education in electrical engineering, computer science, multimedia technologies, advanced 3D animation, and digital audio.Rinker's professional experiences have only been trumped by the pure luck he enjoys having a wonderful wife of 30 years and two incredibly talented and respectful daughters. He also indulges other passions as a general aviation pilot, a devoted fan of Walt Disney's genius, attempting to find time to enjoy the 7 musical instruments he plays. Most of all, Rinker enjoys the arts, dance, and theater with an appreciation that only living with three ladies in his life have brought out in him.Rinker's only goal is to keep doing what he's doing in all aspects of his life with only two changes: "Do it bigger" and "Do it better"!Links Supporting This Episode:PRSONAS Website: CLICK HERE Chuck Rinker LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREPRSONAS Twitter page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter:
Virtual Dinners: The New Frontier for Local Businesses and Digital Marketers Discover how Virtual Dinners are not just a social novelty but a groundbreaking strategy for local businesses and digital marketers. This episode of the Dark Horse Entrepreneur Podcast dives deep into the untapped potential of Virtual Dinners, offering actionable insights for entrepreneurs, especially hardworking parents. Why Virtual Dinners Are Revolutionary Virtual Dinners are more than just a digital hangout; they're a disruptive force in the business world. They offer local businesses a unique opportunity to expand their customer base and go global. This isn't just a trend; it's a revolution. How to Host a Virtual Dinner: A Step-by-Step Guide Hosting a Virtual Dinner might seem daunting, but it's easier than you think. From the essential tech setup to crafting a memorable menu, we've got you covered. Learn how to avoid common pitfalls and ensure your Virtual Dinner is a hit. The Tech Setup You Need Menu Selection: Making It Memorable Common Pitfalls to Avoid Monetizing Virtual Dinners: Turn Your Local Hustle into a Global Empire Why stop at hosting? Learn how to monetize Virtual Dinners by offering them as a marketing service. Discover how to price your packages for maximum ROI and what metrics you should focus on for long-term success. Pricing and Packages: Maximizing ROI Metrics for Success: The Ultimate KPIs Ready to disrupt the status quo and take your local business global? Listen to this game-changing episode now!
A virtual open house is a modern and innovative approach to showcasing real estate properties to potential buyers and renters. Instead of physically visiting a property, interested parties can explore it from the comfort of their own homes through a virtual tour hosted online. These digital experiences often include 360-degree panoramic views, high-definition photos, detailed property descriptions, and interactive features that allow viewers to "walk through" the space, inspecting every room and corner. Virtual open houses offer convenience and accessibility, making it easier for people to browse multiple properties and gather essential information before deciding to schedule an in-person visit. This technology has become particularly valuable during times when physical visits may be limited, offering a safe and efficient way to explore homes, apartments, and other real estate listings.
Getting paid as a guest speaker isn't as difficult as you might think. However, it does require a strategic approach, a compelling signature speech, and a focus on engagement and connection with your audience. Jenn Espinosa-Goswami, a certified holistic coach and public speaking expert, breaks down the steps to getting paid to speak. As she mentions, there's a stage for everyone!Learn how to find speaking opportunities, the three ways to get paid as a speaker, and the pros and cons of speaking virtually or in-person. Also, get familiar with the different types of speaking engagements, including speaking for visibility and lead generation. While it may seem that only celebrities or well-known public figures get paid for speaking, there are plenty of opportunities for speakers at all levels. If you're ready to transition from speaking for free to getting paid for your expertise, this is the episode for you!Key Takeaways:Different types of speaking and using speaking for lead generation (03:00)Transitioning from free speaking to getting paid as an expert (04:40)Teachers transitioning from classroom speaking to paid speaking (05:50)Creating a signature speech (07:40)Removing the "I" from the speech and focusing on relatability (12:50)How to get paid to speak (14:10)Why smaller group speaking can be more lucrative (24:00)Virtual vs in-person events (25:30)Being mindful of how many speaking engagements your schedule allows for (30:20)Connect with Jenn:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jego3Signature Speech TemplateLinks and Resources:Schedule a Monday Mini Session → https://www.jenzaiadimartile.com/mondayminisFREE audience audit call → marketscalegrow.com/audienceauditDream List Essentials Facebook Ads Course → http://marketscalegrow.com/dlewaitlistFree download → Facebook Ad Targeting Groups___Find me on Instagram → https://www.instagram.com/heyitsjenzaia/Email Me → firstname.lastname@example.org Join the Facebook community → https://www.facebook.com/groups/marketscalegrow
A partir del 24 de septiembre entran en vigor las nuevas disposiciones para motociclistas en el Reglamento de Tránsito El frente frío número 2 producirá lluvias fuertes a muy fuertes en el norte y noreste del país.Organizaciones humanitarias advirtieron el riesgo de propagación de enfermedades tras las inundaciones en la ciudad de DernaMás información en nuestro podcast
Join the HG101 gang as they discuss and rank the first entry in Sega's long-running mecha action series. This weekend's Patreon Bonus Get episode will be MINDJACK! Donate at Patreon to get this bonus content and much, much more! Follow the show on Bluesky to get the latest and straightest dope. Check out what games we've already ranked on the Big Damn List, then nominate a game of your own via five-star review on Apple Podcasts! Take a screenshot and show it to us on our Discord server! Intro music by NORM. 2023 © Hardcore Gaming 101
Amanda Chacon showcases her award-winning approach to supporting her #library program and role as #librarian through her use of social medial. I would like to thank composer Nazar Rybak at Hooksounds.com for the music you've heard today. Literati Book Fairs: Speak with the Literati team today and mention the code UNITED to see if you qualify for a $500 Titlewave gift card once you complete your first Literati Book Fair. Capstone *use UNITED for $20 off $100 or more on print and ebooks Editable PD Certificate FAQ's and ISO (In search of…) Online Doctoral Programs SLU Playlists APA format for citing a podcast/podcast app Amanda Chacon Twitter: TheGoodRead Tiktok: TheGoodRead IG: STEMLib E207 STEM Librarian Portfolio Carroll Library Website Evaluation Template TLA's MVP Award Past Winners Deb Zeman, MVP honoree Instagram & Twitter: @debzemanlms E42 Challenged and Banned Books E163 Round 3: Can I Just Vent?!?! E180 Survival Guide Amanda Hunt, MVP honoree Twitter/IG: @thenextgenlibrarian E225 Content Warning TLA: Tall Texan Leadership Program Glennon Doyle
"Peach Sandstorm" is an Iranian cyberespionage campaign. A Cyberattack against a telecom provider affects government and corporate online operations in Colombia. Python NodeStealer takes browser credentials. Caesars Entertainment files its 8-K. Some MGM Entertainment systems remain down. Betsy Carmelite from Booz Allen talking about how to leverage cyber psychology. Ron Reiter of Sentra outlines the threats for connected cars. And a third-party incident exposes personal data of the Manchester police. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/12/177 Selected reading. Peach Sandstorm password spray campaigns enable intelligence collection at high-value targets (Microsoft) Hackers Backed by Iran Caught in Apparent Global Spy Campaign (The Messenger) BNamericas - Colombia cyberattack hits government, corpor... (BNamericas.com) Colombia's judicial branch thrown offline in major cyber attack (Colombia Reports) Casino giant Caesars Entertainment reports cyberattack; MGM Resorts says some systems still down (AP News) Casino Operators Caesars and MGM Still Reeling From Cyber Attacks (Kiplinger.com) Groups linked to Las Vegas cyber attacks are prolific criminal hacking gangs (CyberScoop) MGM still responding to wide-ranging cyberattack as rumors run rampant (Record) Ransomware in the casinos. (CyberWire) MGM Resorts shuts down some systems. (CyberWire) Manchester police officers' data stolen following ransomware attack on supplier (Record) Contractor Data Breach Impacts 8k Greater Manchester Police Officers (Hackread) A Second Major British Police Force Suffers a Cyberattack in Less Than a Month (SecurityWeek) Who is behind the latest wave of UK ransomware attacks? (the Guardian) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This is the 2nd and final episode of the cancer workshop. Changing the Way Healthcare is Viewed and Managed This popular health radio show has invigorated a community and started a natural healthcare revolution. From the latest trends in holistic living and a view based on what you need to do, not want to do, Dr. Jake brings you crucial information that you have to know. Recent topics have been: Fat doesn't make you fat, the advanced nutrition plan, and intermittent fasting. CONTACT US Learn more about how to get healthy and stay healthy here: https://www.VictoryHealthCenter.com Schedule an appointment: https://www.victoryhealthcenter.com/contact-us/ New Patient Application: https://www.victoryhealthcenter.com/forms/ Email: email@example.com Virtual doctor: www.victoryhealthcenter.com/meet Store: https://www.victoryhealthstore.com/ CONNECT Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/victoryhealthcenter/ https://www.instagram.com/victoryhealthradio https://www.instagram.com/drjakeparrish https://www.Instagram.com/victoryhealthtv YouTube: www.victoryhealthtv.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/victoryknoxville PODCAST Spotify: https://victoryhealth.libsyn.com/spotify Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/victory-health-radio/id1335048819 Webpage podcast: https://www.victoryhealthcenter.com/category/podcast/ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/drjakeparrish *This content is strictly the opinion of Dr. Jake Parrish and is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither Dr. Parrish nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for any possible health consequences of any person or person reading or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement, or lifestyle program.
On today's show Dr. Jake introduces natural solutions to cancer. On November 4, 2023 there will be a cancer workshop in Knoxville, TN. Stay tuned to VictoryWorkshops.com for more information. Changing the Way Healthcare is Viewed and Managed This popular health radio show has invigorated a community and started a natural healthcare revolution. From the latest trends in holistic living and a view based on what you need to do, not want to do, Dr. Jake brings you crucial information that you have to know. Recent topics have been: Fat doesn't make you fat, the advanced nutrition plan, and intermittent fasting. CONTACT US Learn more about how to get healthy and stay healthy here: https://www.VictoryHealthCenter.com Schedule an appointment: https://www.victoryhealthcenter.com/contact-us/ New Patient Application: https://www.victoryhealthcenter.com/forms/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Virtual doctor: www.victoryhealthcenter.com/meet Store: https://www.victoryhealthstore.com/ CONNECT Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/victoryhealthcenter/ https://www.instagram.com/victoryhealthradio https://www.instagram.com/drjakeparrish https://www.Instagram.com/victoryhealthtv Youtube: www.victoryhealthtv.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/victoryknoxville PODCAST Spotify: https://victoryhealth.libsyn.com/spotify Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/victory-health-radio/id1335048819 Webpage podcast: https://www.victoryhealthcenter.com/category/podcast/ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/drjakeparrish *This content is strictly the opinion of Dr. Jake Parrish and is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither Dr. Parrish nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for any possible health consequences of any person or person reading or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement, or lifestyle program.
Setting up proper accounting for your virtual branch is crucial for future success. The value of your online presence must be clear and concise in order to foster the support and funding it needs from the leadership in your company, so it's time to start strategizing how to measure this. The truth is that it's very likely that your virtual branch is much more profitable than you think, but is being underrepresented in your general ledger. The future of your business may depend on the quality of the digital solutions that you offer, so start investing in your online services today!Notes
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It's here, One Piece Netflix live action has landed and believe it or not it has been met largely with praise. Reaching both number 1 in the US streaming and abroad it's safe to say this is a successful live action adaptation. But how good is it? Did we like it? What makes this a success when so many others have failed? We've naturally got a few opinions on it as well as a healthy dose of speculation for what comes next. But before we get too carried away we've got a vibe check for a few of the titles this season that we felt like talking about. We're about 9-10 episodes deep in most shows this season so see how your favorites are coming out either on this vibe check or over on the rankings. Power Rankings live @tjapod on instagram
Blk Reason & Gert hit tonight's episode head on discussing on how bad parenting can affect a child short term as well as long term. A lot of parents THINK they are raising their kids with perfection but in reality it's only causing more harm. Enjoy! Email us at email@example.com if you would like to be a guest on our show! Virtual or in person! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/point2theskyyradio/support
Today, Josh is sharing the next installment of his recent Virtual Leaders Summit! This is session 3, part 3. In this episode, Josh is speaking with some powerful leaders and coaches, including Jena Golden-Sapp, Tabetha Carns, and Alexis McCloskey.This was an extremely powerful and impactful event, packed with amazing guest speakers, and Josh wants to share it with you, right here on the Your Push Coach podcast!This event was over 5 hours of amazing content, so Josh will be sharing it with you across multiple episodes! If you're ready to dive in, let's go! We'd like to share an extraordinary offer with you! Get Josh' powerful Leadership Bundle, at a 90% discount!We'd like to share an extraordinary offer with you! Get Josh' powerful Leadership Bundle, at a 90% discount!
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In this enlightening episode of The Social Dog Podcast, we're joined by the remarkable Robin Bennett, the driving force behind Pikes Peak Virtual Fit Dog. Prepare to embark on a journey into the world of canine health and wellness as we delve deep into the vital aspects of keeping our furry friends in the best shape possible. Whether you're a devoted dog owner or just curious about how to improve your canine companion's quality of life, this episode is a must-listen. Robin Bennett's passion for dogs shines through as she guides us through the essentials of promoting optimal canine health. Tune in, and let's embark on a journey to elevate the well-being of our four-legged family members with Robin Bennett.
Eric is joined by Nayo to discuss how she runs her practice completely virtually and how pros can begin the process of doing this and how to maximize profits while doing so. Get in touch with Nayo: https://1ststepaccounting.com/
What up Movie Moron! This week we are back in the Conjuring Cinematic Universe for the long awaited? Nun sequel The Nun 2! Andrea comes back and will continue to come back for all the Horror Movies from here on out and as a fan of the Conjuring movies we've all got some different thoughts on this one so make sure to check it out whether you've seen it or not! Make sure to check out Wichita's very own film festival October 5th through the 8th and get to see a HUGE range of independently filmed and produced movies. For more information check out https://tallgrassfilm.org/film-festival/film-festival-overview/ for more information. If you don't live in Wichita they've got Virtual passes as well! Sponsor of today's episode is Anchor! Anchor is a free podcasting platform that allows you to record edit and upload your podcast and distributes it for you!! Try now for free at anchor.fm Come check out the pod, or if you prefer video, check us out on YouTube! Find us on Twitter at @TheMovieMoron, and YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1c1Is4om_9khZ0SxnWgDSQ The Movie Moron: Easton Moore @EastonMooreIV Part Time Co-Host: Brandon Schmidt All-Time Guest: Tristen Moore @tris10_isit. Resident Artist: Graeham Jarvis @Gramanhfolcwald. Link to book https://a.co/d/h0DeBUw. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/themoviemoron/support
Today, Josh is sharing the next installment of his recent Virtual Leaders Summit! This is session 3, part 2.In this episode, Josh is speaking with some powerful leaders and coaches, including Jena Golden-Sapp, Tabetha Carns, and Alexis McCloskey.This was an extremely powerful and impactful event, packed with amazing guest speakers, and Josh wants to share it with you, right here on the Your Push Coach podcast!This event was over 5 hours of amazing content, so Josh will be sharing it with you across multiple episodes! If you're ready to dive in, let's go! We'd like to share an extraordinary offer with you! Get Josh' powerful Leadership Bundle, at a 90% discount!We'd like to share an extraordinary offer with you! Get Josh' powerful Leadership Bundle, at a 90% discount!
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