Welcome to the Informative Conversations with Jacquelyn Podcast with Host Jacquelyn Upshaw and Special Guest Leslie Pogue, Mental Health Wellness Coach, Speaker and Author. Topic: Living with Mental Illness. In this Episode I have a discussion with Mental Wellness Coach Leslie Pogue. Leslie does mental wellness coaching from an evidence based place and from a place of experience. I found Leslie to be very interesting. Listen to find out why. As a Mental Wellness Coach, Speaker, and Author, Leslie Pogue is Chief Happy Officer of LP Speak and has been using her gifts to help people for more than 20 years. Her interactive and transformative five-step process that uncovers your organic authenticity allows individuals and leaders to be extraordinary! Leslie holds a master's in psychology and is a member of the National Speaker's Association and ATD. Leslie has also been profiled on national radio shows, VoiceAmerica and BlogTalk Radio; as well as a host of her own VoiceAmerica online radio show in 2007 called No Psycho-Babble. Leslie is an Award-Winning Speaker and Author of 28 Days to Happy and The Positive Side of the Bad Stuff. To learn more visit Leslie at www.lpspeak.com Happy Listening! Did this episode "speak to you?" Leave me a comment and subscribe to the show at up2meradio.com/informative-conversations-with-jacquelyn/ Like and follow us on Facebook at Up2Me Radio, Instagram at Up2Me.radio and on Twitter at Up2Me Radio
The need for a high-performance ERP and the need for cloud are here to stay. And increasingly, those two things come as a package deal—in the form of cloud ERP solutions that can support greater reliability, flexibility, scalability, innovation, and growth. There's no “one size fits all” solution – and sorting through your options can take work. Join Deloitte and SAP transformation professionals as we dispel some of the mystery and the myth surrounding cloud ERP today—and challenge preconceived notions about size, speed, and complexity of projects. Our panelists will explain how a modular ERP approach and a two-tier model can support business stability, flexibility, and transformation on your own terms and timeline, while unlocking business benefits sooner. We'll ask Deloitte's Chip Kleinheksel, SAP's Sven Denecken and Deloitte's Misa Rawlins and Todd Slatter for their insights on The Kinetic Enterprise: Positioning your business for the future with cloud ERP.
Ryan Foland is known for his knack on making things simple, and powerful. He helps people clarify their personal brand, and shows them how to build it authentically. Ditch the Act shows how to present your humanness?imperfect and flawed but honest, resilient, and willing to learn?in strategic ways to achieve clear, defined goals. It provides an actionable program for building an authentic, long-lasting personal brand, explaining why exposure is important and how it cultivates more durable connections than any polished persona can. Listen to The Tony DUrso Show on VoiceAmerica Influencers Platform every Friday at 2pm Pacific or listen on Apple Podcasts or tonydurso.com/podcast.
Ed and Ron are honored to have on the show Dr. Mark Vonnegut to discuss his 2022 book, The Heart of Caring: A Life in Pediatrics. Yes, Mark is the son of Kurt Vonnegut. Join us for what will be a firsthand look at the healthcare system, its impact on children, along with the rest of us.
No summer plans? No problem! There are so many interesting things students can do with their summers that don't need to be planned way in advance. Tune in to learn more. Interest rates are rising, and we're discussing what that might mean for college financing and savings. Finally, we have advice re: asking for letters of recommendation, including who, when, and how to ask.
On this episode we will discuss appkued behavior analysis and its usefulness.
It is generally recognized that we are facing a world-wide crisis with increasing numbers of people suffering from compromised immune systems. This is related to an increasing burden of toxins, poor diet with inadequate nutrition, and electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation. Studies show 600 times more mold bio-toxins were formed in a petri dish exposed to EMF than in one protected by a faraday cage. Mold toxicity is a layman's term for mixed mold mycotoxicosis, which has been increasingly studied for the past two decades. While it is estimated that as many as 300,000 species of mold exist word-wide, some of the common indoor species that may become pathogenic are Aspergillus, Alternaria, Acremonium, Cladosporum, Dreschslera, Epicoccum, Penicillium, Stachybotrys, and Trichoderma. The term may also include species of systemic Candida. We will discuss this serious pandemic and its harmful effects to your health. Most importantly we will discuss how to fix this serious health issue.
This week I am joined by Mike DeMatteo. We spend the episode talking about how the last two years have been to us. How to stay disciplined and determined when setting goals while shutting out the distractions. Thank you to everyone who listens and supports the show.
We're living 'on the edge', but in ways you might not be aware of: edge computing. The Buzz 1: Edge computing means putting processing power, software services, and data as close as possible to end users – like you – where the speed of light is still too slow for data packets traveling from server to server across thousands of miles of fiber. It's also less exposed to cyberattack and less prone to breaches. The Buzz 2: Edge computing is used to create smarter buildings, cities, work spaces, retail experiences, digital wind farms, and factory floors. Intelligent edge devices include smartphones, smart home bots, smart watches, in-hospital patience monitoring, medical instruments, cloud gaming, Wall Street trading tools, and autonomous vehicles. The Buzz 3: An appetizing use case: farms. Moisture sensors embedded in the soil tell farmers where and when to water. Drones fly over fields to spot pest infestations. Smart harvesters use computer vision and AI to separate wheat from chaff as they plow. Precision agriculture in rural areas relies on 5G connections and edge computing devices. Your next meal will likely be brought to you by technology. We'll ask Eric Simone at ClearBlade, Don DeLoach at Rocket Wagon Venture Studios, Jeff Kimmel at Elipsa and Jason Shepherd at Zededa for their take on The Future of Sensors on The Edge: What's In It For You and for Society?
Michelle Cleveland coaches her clients to be the best versions of themselves.The lessons she learned from two of her children who had learning differences taught her to meet her clients where they are and support them in their individuality. What informs her work even more deeply is what it took for her to create a good life after the suicides of two of her sons. She has been able to find meaning and purpose both in her coaching and business consultant work and as an advocate in the area of mental health and suicide.
S03E043 - Julie and Corey bring back their interview with Bryan McFarland on Defeat the Chaos and discuss their favorite parts of the show. Check it out and check out Defeat the Chaos on the Voice America business channel. Visit Bryan's website 3x5 life (https://www.3x5life.com/ ) Support our show by visiting our Patreon page (https://www.patreon.com/BizQuik) Shout out to FeedSpot (https://blog.feedspot.com/small_business_podcasts/) - The internet's largest human curated database of blogs and podcasts. Need some help with customer service or social media management? Check out Certivium (https://www.certivium.com/) Find out everything you want to know about us and our businesses on our website SBPACE.com. You can also find us on the following social media platforms: Facebook (SB PACE) Instagram (@sb.pace) LinkedIn (@sb-pace) TikTok (@sb.pace) YouTube (SB PACE) If you like our intro, hit up Pat Hilton on Instagram (@pathiltonlive) You can buy our book, Seriously? Now What?! A Small Business Guide to Disaster Preparedness, on Amazon. BizQuik is a Traxler-Harris production. #Podcast #entrepreneurship #startup #businessowners #businesscoach
According to a poll by Manta, the majority of small business owners agree that online marketplaces have positively impacted their sales. Nearly 70% of small business owners stated that marketplaces like Amazon and eBay have helped them increase sales, although about 30% believe they have had a negative impact. In addition, most small businesses (81%) believe that online sales are critical to their company's success, but most rely on their websites. Only around 20% of use e-commerce solutions as a growth strategy. So, what is a small or medium business to do? How can they implement their growth strategy through implementing technology that reflects the ever-changing consumer behavior? In this episode, we speak with the CMO of Vendasta, a Canadian based company which is on the cutting edge of technology that reflects consumer behavior and supports SMBs worldwide.
Joyce welcomes Bender's HighTest Team to the show. Paula “PJ” Ballog, Jim Homme, and Gerald Homme will explain the mission of the team and their expertise in providing digital accessibility solutions. Guests will discuss the increasing importance of digital accessibility from compliance with regulations such as Section 508 and World Wide Web Consortium Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) to impact from a consumer perspective. The team will also add perspective about digital accessibility as an emerging talent need within the information technology field and what this means for candidates with disabilities seeking careers in this field.
Anxiety is both a mental and physical state of negative expectation. Mentally it is characterized by increased arousal and apprehension tortured into distressing worry, and physically by unpleasant activation of multiple body systems—all to facilitate response to an unknown danger, whether real or imagined. The cognitive feelings of dread in anticipation of some bad outcome, and physical sensations such as jitteriness and a racing heart are designed for discomfort. Anxiety is meant to capture attention and stimulate you to make necessary changes to protect what you care about. Occasional bouts of anxiety are natural and can even be productive. Anxiety can be considered the price we humans pay for having the ability to imagine the future. When anxiety becomes a disorder But persistent, pervasive, or outsize anxiety can disrupt daily life, whether at school, work, or with friends—the mark of an anxiety disorder. Nearly one-third of adults in the U.S. will grapple with out-of-control anxiety at some point in their life. Anxiety is often accompanied by depression, and the two share many symptoms and involve many of the same brain pathways. Biology can contribute to vulnerability to anxiety, as can childhoodexperiences such as early trauma and parenting practices such as overprotection. Tune in and learn how to overcome anxiety!
Wendy Benson is partner and COO at 2x2 Health: Private Health Concierge, culminating from her extensive experience as a leading healthcare executive and occupational therapist. She is also co-author of the international best-selling book, The Confident Patient. Wendy joins us to discuss the necessity of becoming a strong health advocate and ways to manage care through unprecedented times.
Say It Skillfully® is a show that helps you to benefit from Molly Tschang's expert guidance on the best possible ways to speak your mind at work in a positive and productive manner. In Episode 131, Molly is joined by Randy Paterson, PhD psychologist and author, who offers gems galore on our mental well-being—from the parent trap to depression changing our motivational structure to helping youths realize how passions are created, not discovered! Born and raised (and still) in Vancouver, BC, Randy self-describes as nerdy and bookish. He recalls “knowing” he wanted to be a psychologist and writer (and forest ranger, by the way). After his B.S. in psychology, he's open about having felt inadequate for graduate school, and then stumbling onto an opportunity with prominent psychologist Ann Triesman that changed his life forever (Ann received the 2013 National Medal of Science from President Obama for pioneering work in the study of attention and was married to Nobel Prize Economist Daniel Kahneman). Randy shares his path to “anxiety disorder guy,” including thinking he'd be kicked out of the PhD program at Western University, and unexpectedly landing a job helping those with depression. He talks about those with Anhedonia (losing interest to do things you like to do). He helps people *not* trust the instincts to do what makes them feel worse! He also offers lessons learned for those keen to be in private practice with a reality check in working for others vs. yourself. Randy and Molly also talk about his sub-specialty—“failure to launch”—in young adults and the “parent trap” that supports their dependence, not independence. Don't miss this engaging episode! Randy helps us talk and learn about mental health. He inspires us to help all be safe, seen and heard, and be our true and best selves. Molly's thought for the week. Thank you Randy: Failure is a normal part of life. Failure exposure is one of the best things we can do. Check out a wealth of resources from Randy: *http://www.randypaterson.com *https://psychologysalon.teachable.com *YouTube Channel – type PsychologySalon *Books: How to be Miserable, How to be Miserable in Your 20s, The Assertiveness Workbook, Private Practice Made Simple, Your Depression Map. More ways to help you #sayitskillfully! *Tactfully pushback on those meandering, endless meetings… https://lnkd.in/eHScYf9 *All Molly's videos by category here: https://sayitskillfully.com
Chief Product Officer of Strike Ready Anurag Gurtu joins co-host Andy Bonillo on Episode #214 of Task Force 7 Radio to discuss how Artificial Intelligence and StrikeReady's digital assistant is solving the cyber security talent shortage. We also discussed threat management and how the integrations of so many security domains practitioners, technologies, and processes all need to be working together seamlessly to accomplish a true impact. We finished the show with Anurag sharing lessons learned on starting a company. All this and much more on Episode #214 of Task Force 7 Radio.
The amazingly prolific filmmaker, writer, actress and producer Jasmine Leyva has just published two magical children's books designed to help children navigate the world in a healthy, positive way: “King Vegus and Princess Parsley: Creating a Healthy Kingdom” and “Queen Vegana and Princess Apple: The Magical World of Vegetables.” These books teach children how to live a healthy lifestyle. It promotes the importance of getting enough sleep, drinking water, staying away from negativity, eating vegetables, etc. The books are available here: amzn.to/3l7zS6r & amzn.to/3Mi7NVK. In 2019, Jasmine and Kenny Leyva released their own feature-length documentary, The Invisible Vegan, a film that chronicles Jasmine's personal experience with plant-based eating. The film also explains how plant-based eating is directly linked to African roots and how African-American eating habits have been debased by a chain of oppression stemming from slavery, economic inequality, and modern agribusiness. You can watch the documentary on UnchainedTV. It's highly recommended. UnchainedTV is a free, plant-based streaming network available for download via the APP store on your phone, smartTV or via streaming devices like AppleTV, Roku and Amazon Fire Stick. Visit UnchainedTV.com for more.
LIVING: The 7 Blessings of Human Experience with Simran Singh Let me introduce you to… LIVING: The 7 Blessings of Human Experience — If there were a life manual that could guide you through every experience, would You want to know? — Did You know there are 7 unorthodox blessings that form a rhythmic cycle for attaining mastery? — Are You aware that each stage of blessings comes with specific gifts that can be unlocked? Our Evolutionary Voices Host, Simran who is publisher of 11:11 Magazine and host of 11:11 Talk Radio is releasing the first of 3 powerful books on self-realization. LIVING: The 7 Blessings of Human Experience is a navigation tool for how to move upon 7 paths to awaken specific energies, areas of growth, expansions of truth and deepening of wisdom in order to integrate aspects of self and inherent soul gifts. This is more than a book. It is a rich tapestry of soulful awareness. Order Your copy of LIVING now: Click Here for Amazon There are three of you: self, Self, and SELF, represented by the eyes, the i, and the I. The dimension of You/you that encompasses story, identity and persona is Self. This is personhood. While, self is the dimension of your unconscious shadow and animal parts that arose out of wounding, conditioning, upbringing and collective social impact, SELF is the highest individualized state of YOU. Oneness/ONENESS encompasses all of these dimensions and more. This includes the internal world, what is projected outwardly as life, and what exists beyond the illusion of life as truly real. All blessings, those that arise out of light or density, are in service to your greater experience of aliveness. The open heart, free spirit and untethered soul remains available to the unfolding adventure of awe and wonder, regardless of what appears. Imagine living each day of your life in celebration, especially amidst your difficult, most challenging and painful moments. From this perspective, even challenges are embraced in a manner that absorbs the effects of pain. Facing life with commitment to whatever it brings is a sacred act of communion. Life's intent is to dissolve barriers that keep You/you bound and wound. Life fulfills its commitment by becoming your softening agent. SIMRAN is Author of an award winning trilogy – (1) IPPY and IPA Gold Award-winning Conversations With The Universe, (2) Your Journey to Enlightenment and (3) IPPY Gold Award-winning Your Journey to Love in addition to #1 rated, archived syndicated host of Voice America's 11:11 Talk Radio and Dreamvisions 7 Radio. Publisher of Nautilus Award-winning 11:11 Magazine. . SIMRAN creates art, books, and online courses to bridge humanity's experience and expression. Along with being a Tedx speaker, SIMRAN has a release of the first of HER new self-realization trilogy; LIVING: THE 7 BLESSINGS OF HUMAN EXPERIENCE released December 14, 2021. This will be followed by additional releases in 2022 of the books BEING: THE 7 ILLUSIONS THAT DERAIL PERSONAL POWER, PURPOSE AND PEACE … and… KNOWING: THE 7 HUMAN EXPRESSIONS OF GRACE www.iamsimran.com www.1111mag.com/ https://dreamvisions7radio.com/1111-talk-radio-simran-singh/ Call In and Chat with Deborah during Live Show: 833-220-1200 or 319-527-2638 Learn more about Deborah here: www.lovebyintuition.com
Fredrik van Huynh is the Co-Founder of Absolute Internship, one of the world's largest internship programs for students. Frequently covered by Forbes Magazine, The New York Times, Bloomberg Businessweek, Financial Times, and BBC News, Freddie is recognized as one of Sweden's top entrepreneurs, having built a multi-million dollar business from the ground up. Listen to The Tony DUrso Show on VoiceAmerica Influencers Platform every Friday at 2pm Pacific or listen on Apple Podcasts or tonydurso.com/podcast.
From earlier years of growing up in the Caribbean, Dr. Veronica Lynch clung to a deep belief that she would someday realize her dream of coming to America to pursue her goal of getting a higher education. As an undocumented immigrant navigating a new culture, she encountered many obstacles. There were times when she could not see the end result, yet there was something deep within her, a conviction, that propelled her to push forward. Dr. Lynch believed that with a formula, her strong trust and faith in a Higher Power would give her the fortitude to not give up and bring her dreams to fruition. That same trust in a Higher Power inspired her to create her own algebraic formula for cultivating great faith. Dr. Lynch is the Founder of Blissed, An Inward Sanctuary + Wellness Retreat Center, and author of UNDOCUMENTED: One Woman's Traumas and Triumphs in Becoming a Documented United States Citizen.
Are you interested in learning more about how transgender folks have been struggling to be heard, and seen, for so many years? It's a topic that is quickly becoming a hot button debate. Join our good friend, Bobbi Bidochka, from Love and Sex with Robots, as she welcomes Transgender Porn Star, Buck Angel, onto our show to get his professional and personal opinion on various touchy topics like: responsible and healthy approaches to sex change, reducing the harmful impact of sexual shame, the sex lives of transgender and transsexuals, cannabis and sex, social media and cancel culture.
Parkinson's disease, is the fastest growing neurological disorder in the world. Over the past 25 years, the number of people with the condition has jumped from 3 million to over 6 million. In addition to impacting millions of lives and livelihoods, Parkinson's is poised to crush our healthcare system and our economy. This, while harmful pesticides and other toxic chemicals that contribute to Parkinson's surround us, disproportionally affecting our farmers, our veterans, and even those in Silicon Valley. The most effective treatment is now a half century old, yet research funding stagnates. In short, we're failing to stop a runaway train. Tune in as we talk with Dr. Ray Dorsey, co-author of the book, Ending Parkinson's: A Prescription for Action, about what needs to be done to stem the tide of rapidly increasing Parkinson's cases.
Are you holding on to pre-existing beliefs that may be holding back your business, clients or work progress following the current post covid lockdown? My guest, Libby Wagner decided a sabbatical was needed to get her own thoughts in order. With an unsettling world of political division, unsettling media reporting and economic turmoil , Libby wanted to challenge her own thinking and get closer to the truth. This took the form of a solo grand adventure across the United States by Campervan to reflect, write and connect with normal people and discover what was really going on and where beliefs need to shift. Libby is the author of Amazon Best-Seller, The Influencing Option: The Art of Building a Profit Culture in Business and What Will You Do With Your 90,000 Hours? The Boardroom Poet's Thoughts on Work and three collections of poems. She works with executives to create dramatic, memorable impacts, so they confidently lead their organizations on adventures towards innovative horizons. Her revised thinking is now positively impacting her clients as they build business cultures that excel today. Join us and consider your own grand adventure and how you adapt your thinking for today's business world to provide great solutions to business and life challenges.
Hearing from leaders who have built and led organizations and then stopped to reflect on what worked and what didn't inspires us. Tune in to hear experiences about navigating conflict, creating alignment, having tough conversations, expanding into unknown territory and boosting confidence – all essential for executing.
We will pass on deep wisdom from asking Creator to comment on some famous observations about stupidity: “You can't fix stupid.” “Wise men speak because they have something to say; fools because they have to say something.” “The difference between stupidity and genius, is that genius has its limits.” “The more often a stupidity is repeated, the more it gets the appearance of wisdom.” “Men are born ignorant, not stupid. They are made stupid by education.” “Stupidity is the deliberate cultivation of ignorance.” “Stupidity is knowing the truth, seeing the truth, but still believing in lies.”
Manufacturers face immense pressure to operate more efficiently and sustainably. For many, the way forward will require a renewed focus on their Industry 4.0 vision, including smart factories running with intelligent processes. Plenty of challenges lie ahead— creating a risk-averse supply chain, significant labor shortages, continued globalization, significantly higher data using IoT technology and the ability to translate that data into actionable information, dramatic technological advances around Robotics, AI, and ML, and a shift in the Future of Work to more remote operations. Given all of this, companies need to build a kinetic environment that can evolve and innovate as needed. Join us as Deloitte manufacturing and transformation specialists discuss a blueprint for creating the built-to-evolve Smart Factory. Discover how you can use emerging technologies to build the Smart Factory and unlock value faster. Our conversation will also cover the role of ecosystem partnerships, the digitally empowered workforce, and how you can align Smart Factory solutions with your ESG goals, as well as a broader vision of sustainability and philanthropy. We'll ask Deloitte's Brenna Sniderman and Vadhi Narasimhamurti for their insights on The Kinetic Enterprise: Strategies for Enabling a Sustainable and Built-to-Evolve Smart Factory.
Ron and Ed are excited to be doing the show live from the 90 Minds annual conference, The Meeting of the Minds in Huntington Beach, CA. The Meeting of The Minds brings a membership of consultants, resellers, and software providers together to celebrate our powerful community. For two days, these consultants will share, listen, learn, and challenge their perceptions. We are thrilled to be a part of all of those things.
Why do parents and school staff get so stressed before, during and after IEP meetings. Let's discuss some strategies to support yourselves in the process.
This week I'm joined by Sexpert and founder of Rock the Bedroom, Lee Jagger. She has helped thousands of women claim their confidence and creativity in the bedroom using her signature erotic massage techniques. After going from Sex Worker to Sexpert, Lee has made it her mission to normalize conversations around sexuality and make obligatory sex become a thing of the past. Her “hands-on” experience with over 2,000 male clients has helped her to understand that what actually drives men wild is not what most women think. Author of the upcoming book, Rock The Bedroom, 5 Steps to Feeling Free & Sexually Empowered, Lee brings this taboo topic to light and helps women everywhere add more spice to their relationships. After going viral on TikTok, Lee now has over 1.2 million TikTok followers with a total of 62 million views, and her most viewed video has been watched over 29.7 million times. You're not going to want to miss this episode.
In this week's episode, the guys will be talking baseball with special guest: • Matt Kory - Red Sox and Orioles Insider with SoxInsider and BmoreSportsLife We will analyze the poor start for the Red Sox and get the cup is half full outlook for Matt! We'll look into some of the reasons why O's fans can feel optimism about the future. Rich Strike! Kentucky Derby mega longshot winner! Fluke or legit? His connections announced that they are passing on the Preakness, but will the additional rest propel this underdog story back to the winner's circle? All this plus NBA playoff talk on this week's edition of the radio show! To Call the Show: 1-866-472-5788 Tweet Us: @mikeabadir @mattymatty2000
What is Prolo-Ozone therapy?Prolo-Ozone therapy is a procedure in which local injections of ozone are used help reduce inflammation in the body caused by disease, injury and dysfunction. IOt has been used to stop pain from slipped or bulging disks in the back, joint pain from disease or injury often leading to joint replacement and a host of sport injuries and diseases. To many it is a miracle! Does it really work? How does it work? What can you expect from it? Everything you need and want to know about it will be discussed on this important show.
What steals our joy? Guilt, feelings of not deserving, beliefs that life is hard, “shoulds,” ”musts,” “could haves,” worry, fear, stress, and the list continues. 90% of our self-talk is negative, and we spend 1 to 8 hours a day worrying when only 8% of what we worry about happens. My guest believes that we were born to be happy. False beliefs, expectations, and allowing too much clutter into our lives interferes with our joy. Change begins with discovering what is most important to us. Sound too simple to be possible? Maybe it can be that simple. Regardless of our roles, gender, socio-economic status, or lifestyle, we can all choose to become happy. Please join us Thursday to learn practical techniques for being happier right now.
Now that the dust has settled on regular decision 2022, we're sharing the results and trends we're seeing. We're also exploring things to think about if you're trying to decide whether to move out of the dorm to an off-campus apartment next year.
Differences are what make humans endlessly evolving, and interesting. But often people who are different are shunned, oppressed and misunderstood. Mickey Rowe was seen as different both because of being legally blind and because he is autistic. Getting the world to believe he had unique and powerful skills to offer took a superhuman effort. His different abilities were less limiting than other people's inability to give him what he needed to excel. Despite these formidable odds, he succeeded, refusing to accept what others thought. This led to a deep understanding and empathy for other groups of people who are counted out, a commitment he lives out in everything he does.
The Buzz 1: “In the 19th century, inventors were heroes … Their ideas helped drag humanity from agrarian poverty to manufactured plenty. These days, though, inventor-superstars, while not absent, are fewer and farther between.” [economist.com] The Buzz 2: “While we've had our fair share of inventive breakthroughs in the past that have changed the world, the dazzling and world-shaking inventions of the future will change the world in even stranger and greater ways.” [bigthink.com] The Buzz 3: “There's a way to do it better … find it.” [Thomas A. Edison] The Buzz 4: Professor Philip Brainard [played by Robin Williams in Flubber, 1997 American sci-fi comedy], a mad scientist developing a new energy source to save his college from closure, accidentally creates a sentient green goo substance with enormous elasticity and kinetic energy that bounces and is difficult to control. His robot assistant Weebo classifies it as flying rubber” aka Flubber. We'll ask modern inventors Veronica Vargas, Pat Daily, Tammie Sykes and Carol Novello for their take on Your Great Idea: The Future of Inventors, Inventing and Technology.
What Is the Law of Attraction? The law of attraction is a philosophy suggesting that positive thoughts bring positive results into a person's life, while negative thoughts bring negative outcomes. It is based on the belief that thoughts are a form of energy and that positive energy attracts success in all areas of life, including health, finances, and relationships. While the Law of Attraction has generated attention in recent years due to books like The Secret, it lacks scientific evidence for its claims and is generally viewed as a pseudoscience. The Laws of Attraction Advocates suggest there are central universal principles that make up the law of attraction: Like attracts like: This law suggests that similar things are attracted to one another. It means that people tend to attract people who are similar to them—but it also suggests that people's thoughts tend to attract similar results. Negative thinking is believed to attract negative experiences, while positive thinking is believed to produce desirable experiences. Nature abhors a vacuum: This law of attraction suggests that removing negative things from your life can make space for more positive things to take their place. It is based on the notion that it is impossible to have a completely empty space in your mind and in your life. Since something will always fill this space, it is important to fill that space with positivity, proponents of this philosophy say. The present is always perfect: This law focuses on the idea that there are always things you can do to improve the present moment. While it might always seem like the present is somehow flawed, this law proposes that, rather than feeling dread or unhappiness, you should focus your energy on finding ways to make the present moment the best that it can be. How to Use the Law of Attraction According to the law of attraction, you create your own reality. What you focus on is what you draw into your life. It suggests that what you believe will happen in your life is what does happen. Some things that you can do to incorporate the law of attraction into your own life include: Be grateful Visualize your goals Look for the positives in a situation Learn how to identify negative thinking Use positive affirmations Reframe negative events in a more positive way While the law of attraction may not be an immediate solution for all of life's challenges, it can help you learn to cultivate a more optimistic outlook on life. It may also help you stay motivated to continue working toward your goals. How to Use Positive Affirmations Impact of the Law of Attraction While the law of attraction lacks scientific support, proponents suggest that it can produce positive changes in a person's life. Some reasons why people may experience benefits from this philosophy include: for more reach out to www.ForbesRiley.com
S03E041 - Julie and Corey kick off their first of many Defeat the Chaos recap episodes by replaying the Tom McMakin interview. Julie and Corey spend the first part of the podcast discussing their favorite parts of the interview with Tom. Check it out and check out Defeat the Chaos on the Voice America business channel. Connect with Tom on his website (https://www.profitableideas.com/) Support our show by visiting our Patreon page (https://www.patreon.com/BizQuik) Shout out to FeedSpot (https://blog.feedspot.com/small_business_podcasts/) - The internet's largest human curated database of blogs and podcasts. Need some help with customer service or social media management? Check out Certivium (https://www.certivium.com/) Find out everything you want to know about us and our businesses on our website SBPACE.com. You can also find us on the following social media platforms: Facebook (SB PACE) Instagram (@sb.pace) LinkedIn (@sb-pace) TikTok (@sb.pace) YouTube (SB PACE) If you like our intro, hit up Pat Hilton on Instagram (@pathiltonlive) You can buy our book, Seriously? Now What?! A Small Business Guide to Disaster Preparedness, on Amazon. BizQuik is a Traxler-Harris production. #Podcast #entrepreneurship #startup #businessowners #businesscoach
When people search online for products or services, if your website is not visible on the first page of the relevant keyword searches, you might not get traffic from the search engines. Google, the most widely used search engine, and other search engines provide the most significant area of opportunity for inbound marketers. According to SearchEngineWatch.com, websites on top grab 36.4% of the traffic missed by lower-ranked websites. If you don't rank highly in search results, you probably won't attract qualified leads and traffic to your site. And when your site doesn't get any traffic, you may also be missing out on valuable foot traffic. In this episode, we speak with two executives from Boostability about how businesses can get valuable online traffic and how SMBs improve their search engine ranking.
Joyce welcomes Kenya Loudd, a joint doctoral student at Yale University in the departments of History of Science and Medicine and African American Studies, to the show. During the show, she will discuss her research, which is centered around the nexus of race, disability, education, and institutionalization where she explores, on a large scale, the historical Black experience with disability. As we prepare to celebrate the 45th anniversary of the passage of section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, Kenya will also explain her involvement in the 1977 protest to pass the legislation and share her perspective of the strength of Section 504 today.
Though our need to connect is innate, many of us frequently feel alone. Loneliness is the state of distress or discomfort that results when one perceives a gap between one's desires for social connection and actual experiences of it. Even some people who are surrounded by others throughout the day—or are in a long-lasting marriage—still experience a deep and pervasive loneliness. Research suggests that loneliness poses serious threats to well-being as well as long-term physical health. Whether a person lives in isolation or not, feeling a lack of social connectedness can be painful. Marriage can be the loneliest place in the world. Given the potential health consequences for those who feel like they have few or no supportive social connections, widespread loneliness poses a major societal challenge. But it underscores a demand for increased outreach and connection on a personal level, too. Loneliness is as tied to the quality of one's relationships as it is to the number of connections one has. And it doesn't only stem from heartache or isolation. A lack of authenticity in relationships can result in feelings of loneliness. For some, not having a coveted animal companion, or the absence of a quiet presence in the home (even if one has plenty of social contacts in the wider world), can trigger loneliness. Tune in and learn how to win the battle of loneliness!
Say It Skillfully® is a show that helps you to benefit from Molly Tschang's expert guidance on the best possible ways to speak your mind at work in a positive and productive manner. In Episode 130, Molly is joined by Navy officer, board-certified physician in emergency medicine, and entrepreneur Christopher Sidford, who shares his learnings in navigating high stakes with a level head and open heart. Chris grew up with five brothers very close in age. He recounts a highly energetic youth of “go outside and play” and jokes that regular ER visits foreshadowed his future. You may be surprised by his “defining moment” in selecting emergency medicine (hear how in the 70s this discipline emerged as a specialty). No one was more surprised than Chris that he joined the Navy, having staunchly sworn off serving, but it paid for medical school and opened his eyes to travel to unlikely destinations and the realities of “medicine on the road.” He opens up about a challenging military culture, in which medical decisions may be subjugated to rank. Chris talks of vulnerability for doctors starting out and translating great grades in medical school to saving lives. Shifts in Boston City Hospital's trauma unit, a.k.a “the knife and gun club,” visualizing how to handle cases, and even the TV series MASH contributed to his early steep learning curve. Chris and Molly talk about self-care challenges—working sleep-deprived was a necessary skill—and tips for delivering tough news with compassion. Eventually, he went an entrepreneurial route with his consultancy, Black Bag Emergency Medicine. Chris offers Covid travel tips: * “Fully vaccinated” (3 shots + 4th booster) considered most effective in preventing death * Relaxing mask mandate may be have premature (3M N-95, NIOSH certification recommended) * Travel requirements are a moving target. Resource: https://www.iata.org/en/youandiata/travelers/health/ * Have a healthy respect for the illness – avoid big crowds, find places with fewer people and maximize your time outdoors. Molly's favorite quote of his: “Feeling intelligent is an arrested state of development.” Don't miss Chris' combination of humility, self-assuredness and passion to give people peace of mind. He inspires us to know no boundaries and to commit to taking action so that all can be safe, seen and heard, and our true and best selves. Molly's thought for the week—top of mind for Chris: Take your job seriously, but don't take yourself so seriously. More ways to help you #sayitskillfully! * You can deliver bad news in a good way, like this https://bit.ly/3fYveUE * All Molly's videos by category here: https://sayitskillfully.com
Cyber Security investor and entrepreneur Joe Loomis joins Co-Host Andy Bonillo on Episode #212 of Task Force 7 Radio to talk about his lessons learned in growing and investing in cyber security companies. Mr. Loomis shared his perspective on where the cyber security market is today as well as how communication and psychology are critical for entrepreneurs. We finished the show with Mr. Loomis sharing his thoughts on leadership and the importance of team culture. All this and much more on Episode #212 of Task Force 7 Radio.