Shelly is a photographer, educator, and podcaster currently living the transatlantic life, splitting her time between London and San Francisco. Shelly's career has quite the trajectory. She got her start in finance and also worked in the pro sports industry for a number of years. While photography has always been in her life in some shape or form, Shelly didn't take it full time for many years. In this episode, we talk about how Shelly knew when it was time to leave her corporate job to make photography her full-time career, and the tips she learned along the way so you can do it too. Follow Shelly: https://www.instagram.com/shuttershelly/https://www.linkedin.com/in/shellywaldman/https://bit.ly/photocamp_
In this episode, Kathryn speaks with Bridget Crawford and Emily Waldman, the authors of the book Menstruation Matters: Challenging the Law's Silence on Periods. Bridget and Emily narrate how they came into the path of academia, as well as the pros and cons for other people who are considering the same path. They share where the idea for the book came from and what they found out in the course of doing their research. Bridget and Emily also talk about the role of technology surrounding pregnancy, abortion, and menstruation and what their takeaways are regarding the future of the law administration. Episode Resources https://www.lexisnexis.com/lexisplus Menstruation Matters: Challenging the Law's Silence on Periods Episode Highlights Why Bridget Crawford and Emily Waldman decided to go to law school How they choose the path to academia What options are available for those who graduated from law school What the pros and cons of taking the academic path are How the idea for the book came about What kind of co-author relationship do Bridget and Emily have What they find out in the course of doing their research about menstruation, the health and safety of feminine hygiene products, and the taxes and laws surrounding them What other areas we should be advocating around What history of advocacy around menstrual issues Bridget and Emily documented What are the role of technology and AI in issues surrounding pregnancy, abortion, and menstruation? What their big picture takeaways are regarding the future of the law administration Subscribe, Share, and Review To get the next episode subscribe with your favorite podcast player. Subscribe with Apple Podcasts Follow on Spotify Leave a review on Apple Podcasts
This amazing episode features an incredible live panel from BroadwayCon 2022, featuring some of the leading multi-hyphenates in the Broadway, television, and film communities. Topics include process and product, boundaries, and so much more. John Cariani – Broadway: Caroline, or Change; The Band's Visit; Something Rotten! (Outer Critics Circle Award nom.); Fiddler on the Roof (Tony Award nom.; Outer Critics Circle Award). Off-Broadway: The Atlantic, The Public, Transport Group. Regional: Williamstown Theatre Festival, The Old Globe, Center Theatre Group, Barrington Stage Company, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival. Several films. Television includes The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Blacklist, The Good Wife, Homeland; recurring roles on Law & Order (CSU Tech Beck), Numb3rs, and The Onion News Network. Playwright: Almost, Maine; Last Gas; LOVE/SICK; cul-de-sac. Jen Waldman has been working in the Broadway community for over two decades, first as an actor (Wicked and Titanic) and now as a coach to some of Broadway's brightest stars. She is the founder and artistic director of Jen Waldman Studio (JWS), and her clients have appeared in nearly every single Broadway musical for the last 15 years. In addition to her work at JWS, her hypens include: director, choreographer, artistic director, keynote speaker, leadership coach, speaking coach, podcaster, actor, teacher, and mentor. Jen co-hosts the podcast The Long and the Short of It, with listeners in over 100 countries. JenWaldman.com Kaisha S. Huguley is a New York based actor, singer, entrepreneur, creative, & educator originally born and raised in Washington, D.C. Most recently, Kaisha performed in solo cabaret, @kaishacreates, A One Woman Showcial making her Green Room 42 Debut. When Kaisha is not on the stage, she's creating content for her online fanbase on her TikTok, Podcast: A Kaisha Story, YouTube Channel, and Blog. Additionally, Kaisha is the Director of Diversity & Cultural Creative Initiatives as well as a Faculty Member at The American Musical & Dramatic Academy in New York. She develops curriculum and teaches courses on the business of the arts & entertainment industry. Kaisha is committed to giving back to the next generation of artists & creatives. To follow Kaisha's journey to her dreams, simply follow her on Instagram @KaishaCreates to join her Gram Fam :) Jennifer Ashley Tepper is producer of the musicals Be More Chill, Broadway Bounty Hunter, and Love In Hate Nation. She is also the Creative and Programming Director at Feinstein's/54 Below, and the author of The Untold Stories of Broadway book series. She is the creator of The Jonathan Larson Project and historian consultant on the upcoming film version of tick, tick...BOOM! Tepper was recently named recipient of a 2020 Lincoln Center Emerging Artist Award. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today's motivation is about overcoming fear. Audio Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-WU_0nQR-M4&t=215 More about Waldo: Waldo Waldman (Lt. Col. Rob 'Waldo' Waldman) is an American author, motivational speaker and leadership consultant, and founder of The Wingman Foundation. He is a decorated fighter pilot and retired Air Force Lt. Col. and combat veteran, having flown 65 combat missions. Quote of the Day: “When you're maniacally focused on service and giving, you realize that it's a byproduct of excellence, and excellence is a byproduct of it. And that love is a byproduct of service.”– Lt Col Waldo Waldman Leave a review Support via Patreon Check out my Personal Finance/Investing Podcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/motiv8/support
Approximately half the population menstruates for a large portion of their lives, but the law is mostly silent about the topic. Until recently, most people would have said that periods are private matters not to be discussed in public. But the last few years have seen a new willingness among advocates and allies of all ages to speak openly about periods. Slowly around the globe, people are recognizing the basic fundamental human right to address menstruation in a safe and affordable way, free of stigma, shame, or barriers to access. In Menstruation Matters: Challenging the Law's Silence on Periods (NYU Press, 2022), Dr. Bridget Crawford and Dr. Emily Gold Waldman explore the role of law in this movement. They ask what the law currently says about menstruation (spoiler alert: not much) and provides a roadmap for legal reform that can move society closer to a world where no one is held back or disadvantaged by menstruation. The book examines these issues in a wide range of contexts, from schools to workplaces to prisons to tax policies and more. Ultimately, they seek to transform both law and society so that menstruation is no longer an obstacle to full participation in all aspects of public and private life. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies
Approximately half the population menstruates for a large portion of their lives, but the law is mostly silent about the topic. Until recently, most people would have said that periods are private matters not to be discussed in public. But the last few years have seen a new willingness among advocates and allies of all ages to speak openly about periods. Slowly around the globe, people are recognizing the basic fundamental human right to address menstruation in a safe and affordable way, free of stigma, shame, or barriers to access. In Menstruation Matters: Challenging the Law's Silence on Periods (NYU Press, 2022), Dr. Bridget Crawford and Dr. Emily Gold Waldman explore the role of law in this movement. They ask what the law currently says about menstruation (spoiler alert: not much) and provides a roadmap for legal reform that can move society closer to a world where no one is held back or disadvantaged by menstruation. The book examines these issues in a wide range of contexts, from schools to workplaces to prisons to tax policies and more. Ultimately, they seek to transform both law and society so that menstruation is no longer an obstacle to full participation in all aspects of public and private life. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Remember what it was like to live in a world where an American president would never dare say something as stupid as that the Continental Army took over the airports in 1776? Well, welcome to a rerun of the last day in history on which that was true. Just in: President Donald J. Trump is still dead. We hope to update this throughout the day. Justin Amash pronounces the party of Trump dead, and leaves the party. Meanwhile, The Trump administration frantically attempts to resuscitate their citizenship question for the 2020 Census. Or, like as in Trump's case, they will just pretend it's alive and hope to fool as many people as long as possible. David Waldman and Greg Dworkin spend their grill pre-heating and beer-icing time prepping us for… no, not the QAnonathon, you're better than that! Military parades are as dead as, well you know. Here's tanks for the memories. Today, let's keep America and patriotism alive by becoming more informed citizens. Smart investors support Elizabeth Warren. Warren keeps capturing Sanders' voters, and in Iowa she's out in front. A Pediatrician describes what she saw inside a border patrol warehouse. Cruelty is the point, and that point becomes sharper at Trump concentration camps each passing day. Who is in charge of delivering cruelty, and who is just following orders? A handy guide. Next week: A very short war in Iran.
Today on The Egg Whisperer Show podcast I'm excited to have Jon Waldman as my guest. He is a Winnipeg-based writer talking to us about his recent book, Swimming Aimlessly: One Man's Journey through Infertility and What We Can All Learn from It. In 2009, Jon and his wife embarked on a six-year journey through infertility, which concluded in 2015 with the birth of their daughter. Jon is joining me to talk about his journey, and how infertility impacts men. I'm deeply grateful that he is sharing his story with the world, because we don't always hear about the impact that infertility has on men from an emotional and psychological standpoint. Infertility is so difficult for everyone involved, and Jon shares his story with authenticity, humor, and love. Read the full show notes on Dr. Aimee's website Subscribe to my YouTube channel for more fertility tips! Join Egg Whisperer School Checkout the podcast Subscribe to the newsletter to get updates Dr. Aimee Eyvazzadeh is one of America's most well known fertility doctors. Her success rate at baby-making is what gives future parents hope when all hope is lost. She pioneered the TUSHY Method and BALLS Method to decrease your time to pregnancy. Learn more about the TUSHY Method and find a wealth of fertility resources at www.draimee.org.
Johnny Depp's lawyers filed a motion on Tuesday to strike Amber Heard's counterclaims, arguing that Heard has not proved that Depp's lawyer Adam Waldman made three alleged defamatory statements with actual malice. His team also argues that Depp never saw the statements that Waldman made about Heard. ---STAY TUNED FOR FULL UPDATES--- DAY 1 | Recap | Highlights DAY 2 | Recap | Highlights DAY 3 | Recap | Highlights DAY 4 | Recap | Highlights DAY 5 | Recap | Highlights DAY 6 | Recap | Highlights DAY 7 | Recap | Highlights DAY 8 | Recap | Highlights DAY 9 | Recap | Highlights DAY 10 | Recap | Highlights DAY 11 | Recap | Highlights DAY 12 | Recap | Highlights DAY 13 | Recap | Highlights DAY 14 | Recap | Highlights DAY 15 | Recap | Highlights DAY 16 | Recap | Highlights DAY 17 | Recap | Highlights DAY 18 | Recap | Highlights DAY 19 | Recap | Highlights DAY 20 | Recap | Highlights DAY 21 | Recap | Highlights DAY 22 | Recap | Highlights DAY 23 | Recap | Highlights DAY 24 | Recap | Highlights DAY 25 | Recap | Highlights DAY 26 | Recap | Highlights DAY 27 | Recap | Highlights DAY 28 | Recap | Highlights DAY 29 | Recap | Highlights DAY 30 | Recap | Highlights DAY 31 | Recap | Highlights DAY 32 | Recap | Highlights
Johnny Depp's intellectual property consultant said that the negative hashtags about Amber Heard do not correlate with the alleged defamatory statements of Depp's lawyer Adam Waldman. Doug Bania stated, "only 2% of the negative tweets happened during the period of Waldman's statements." ---STAY TUNED FOR FULL UPDATES--- DAY 1 | Recap | Highlights DAY 2 | Recap | Highlights DAY 3 | Recap | Highlights DAY 4 | Recap | Highlights DAY 5 | Recap | Highlights DAY 6 | Recap | Highlights DAY 7 | Recap | Highlights DAY 8 | Recap | Highlights DAY 9 | Recap | Highlights DAY 10 | Recap | Highlights DAY 11 | Recap | Highlights DAY 12 | Recap | Highlights DAY 13 | Recap | Highlights DAY 14 | Recap | Highlights DAY 15 | Recap | Highlights DAY 16 | Recap | Highlights DAY 17 | Recap | Highlights DAY 18 | Recap | Highlights DAY 19 | Recap | Highlights DAY 20 | Recap | Highlights DAY 21 | Recap | Highlights DAY 22 | Recap | Highlights DAY 23 | Recap | Highlights DAY 24 | Recap | Highlights DAY 25 | Recap | Highlights DAY 26 | Recap | Highlights DAY 27 | Recap | Highlights DAY 28 | Recap | Highlights DAY 29 | Recap | Highlights DAY 30 | Recap | Highlights DAY 31 | Recap | Highlights DAY 32 | Recap | Highlights
If you are looking to annoy the Seven people who will be deciding your financial fate by boring them to tear with 10 Video Depositions and one banal expert, then run the day of Defence Amber Heard just did. ---STAY TUNED FOR FULL UPDATES--- DAY 1 | Recap | Highlights DAY 2 | Recap | Highlights DAY 3 | Recap | Highlights DAY 4 | Recap | Highlights DAY 5 | Recap | Highlights DAY 6 | Recap | Highlights DAY 7 | Recap | Highlights DAY 8 | Recap | Highlights DAY 9 | Recap | Highlights DAY 10 | Recap | Highlights DAY 11 | Recap | Highlights DAY 12 | Recap | Highlights DAY 13 | Recap | Highlights DAY 14 | Recap | Highlights DAY 15 | Recap | Highlights DAY 16 | Recap | Highlights DAY 17 | Recap | Highlights DAY 18 | Recap | Highlights DAY 19 | Recap | Highlights DAY 20 | Recap | Highlights DAY 21 | Recap | Highlights DAY 22 | Recap | Highlights DAY 23 | Recap | Highlights DAY 24 | Recap | Highlights DAY 25 | Recap | Highlights DAY 26 | Recap | Highlights DAY 27 | Recap | Highlights DAY 28 | Recap | Highlights DAY 29 | Recap | Highlights DAY 30 | Recap | Highlights DAY 31 | Recap | Highlights DAY 32 | Recap | Highlights
Smile you son of a... Oh wait, we're not talking about that shark movie. We're discussing the 2016 film, The Shallows! Critics say Blake Lively's performance kept this thriller afloat, but audiences complained there wasn't enough hard-biting action. Is this the best shark movie since Jaws or the worst since Jaws: The Revenge?
For show notes and transcript visit: https://kk.org/cooltools/jeff-waldman-designer-and-builder/ If you're enjoying the Cool Tools podcast, check out our paperback book Four Favorite Tools: Fantastic tools by 150 notable creators, available in both Color or B&W on Amazon: https://geni.us/fourfavoritetools Jeff Waldman is a designer, builder and author of Tools: The Ultimate Guide. Website: https://www.elevatedspaces.ca/ YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/jeffreywaldman
Ryan reads today's daily meditation and talks to Jeff Waldman about his new book “Tools: The Ultimate Guide” (which you can get a signed copy of at the Painted Porch), the Stoic concept of Memento Mori, why it's so vital to develop competence, and more.Jeff Waldman is a maker, builder and creator with a talent for connecting with interesting people and even more interesting projects. With the help of their friends, he and his partner designed and hand-built their own cabin and communal getaway in the Santa Cruz Mountains of California. You can often find him tinkering in his shop where he works to build similar experiences for many others from different walks of life. Jeff's book, Tools, launches this week. This is the book for answering all your tool questions, gaining knowledge before hiring a professional, or rifling through just for the joy of learning something new about the objects that shape our world.If you want to become a great reader, the Stoics can help. We built out their best insights into our Read to Lead: A Daily Stoic Reading Challenge. Since it first launched in 2019, Read to Lead has been our most popular challenge, taken on by almost ten thousand participants. Today, we're excited to announce that, for the first time ever, registration to join the 2022 live cohort is officially open.Kion Aminos is backed by over 20 years of clinical research, has the highest quality ingredients, no fillers or junk, undergoes rigorous quality testing, and tastes amazing with all-natural flavors. Go to getkion.com/dailystoic to save 20% on subscriptions and 10% on one-time purchases.The Jordan Harbinger Show is one of the most interesting podcasts on the web, with guests like Kobe Bryant, Mark Manson, Eric Schmidt, and more. Listen to one of Ryan's episodes right now (1, 2), and subscribe to the Jordan Harbinger Show today.Talkspace is an online and mobile therapy company. Visit talkspace.com and get $100 off your first month when you use promo code STOIC at sign-up. That's $100 off at talkspace.com, promo code STOIC.Right now, when you purchase a 3-month Babbel subscription, you'll get an additional 3 months for FREE. That's 6 months, for the price of 3! Just go to Babbel.com and use promo code DAILYSTOIC.Sign up for the Daily Stoic email: https://dailystoic.com/dailyemailCheck out the Daily Stoic Store for Stoic inspired products, signed books, and more.Follow us: Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, TikTok, FacebookFollow Jeff Waldman: Website, Instagram
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The NFL Draft is here, and the Vipers feel like doing a little 1st Round Mock Draft with a special guest, the creator of the Rookie Scouting Portfolio (RSP), and Senior Staff writer over at Footballguys.com the one and only Matt Waldman. Waldman puts down the jazz hat and trades it in for a GM hat this week, along with Matt Donnelly and Major Caldwell. Get that copy of the RSP ahead of the NFL draft https://mattwaldmanrsp.com/2022/04/01/the-2022-rsp-pre-draft-is-ready-for-download/ 28:12 Mock Draft Starts Let's help a member of the Fantasy football community https://www.gofundme.com/f/A-Senseless-Violent-Crime-Tore-Our-Lives-Apart?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link_all&utm_campaign=m_pd+share-sheet Stay tuned for more NFL news, once a big signing or trade goes down we have you covered right here, on the Vipers Network. Also be sure to get the Fantasy Points 2022 Prospect Guide, with 200+ profiles, rookie and devy rankings, mock drafts, and much more including breakdowns by NFL Films Greg Cosell and Fantasy Points Wes Huber. Just $25. Head to fantasypoints.com and subscribe today. Use promo code VIPERS22 and save 10% off that subscription.
What do we know about the brain's working, what is myth and what is on the cutting edge. Learn what is the current neuroscience thinking. Mark Waldman is the author of 14 books, including the national bestseller How God Changes Your Brain which Oprah selected as one of the nine Must Read books for 2012. Mark is on the Executive MBA faculty at Loyola Marymount University where he created one of the first NeuroLeadership programs in the country. He is also on the faculty of Holmes Institute where he teaches a ministerial training course on “Spirituality and the Brain.” His neuroscience research on consciousness, communication, and spirituality have been published in journals throughout the world. And his work has been featured in Time Magazine, the Washington Post, the New York Times, Forbes, and Oprah Magazine, and many others. He has appeared on 100s of radio and television programs, including PBS and NPR, and his TEDx Talk has been viewed by more than 100,000 people.
Dr. Waldman is a recently semi-retired certified school psychologist and licensed clinical, forensic psychologist in Phoenix, Arizona. He conducted a highly successful private practice of 45 years working with children, teens, parents, couples, and adults in a solution-focused manner. Check out his website at https://topphoenixpsychologist.com/ His most recent book is Love Your Child More Than You Hate Your Ex What Every Divorced Parent Needs to Know. https://outskirtspress.com/LovingYourChildMoreThanYouHateYourEx Your host Townsend Russell, founder of 100% Dad, travels America in his custom Rv with his family of 3 boys and wife of 15 years Rhyan. Retired at age 33 after selling his businesses he choose the path that was the most uncommon. Instead of doubling down and feeding his ambition and ego by starting another business and making more money, he simply stepped back and doubled down on the family. Spending every single day with his wife and kids exploring the country. Follow those adventures on Instagram and TikTok at @100dad See what we are up to on the website https://100dad.com/ Find more information and our Tour Schedule on https://100dad.com/tour/ The podcast is available at https://100dad.com/podcast/ Join 100% Dad for Free https://100dad.ac-page.com/JoinCommunity --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/100dad/support
In this week's episode I talk to educator, parent and founder of FeelLinks; Marcelle Waldman. FeelLinks is a hands-on resource for kids that has plush emotion dolls and a journal. We had such a great conversation about how we can support social and emotional learning at home, through listening to what our kids are saying. The topics we cover are:Benefits of social and emotional learningHow working on your own emotions helps you understand societies emotionsThe importance of listening to our emotionsHow social and emotional learning doesn't just take place at schoolListening to your kids and learning from themHow to model identifying your emotions and dealing with themMaking plans when emotions are calmWhen emotions are high, realizing why that's not the teachable momentHow journalling can be beneficialAbout The Guest: Marcelle WaldmanMarcelle Waldman lives in the beautiful Pacific Northwest with her husband and two children. She is a certified K-5 elementary educator, which means having the incredible opportunity to teach some of their youngest learners in kindergarten and preschool. She has also served as the preschool director. Marcelle has completed extensive coursework in psychology, child development, youth mental health and she is Youth Mental Health First Aid trained. Being a community educator - she is focused on children, brain development, behaviors, emotions and overall emotional intelligence. Alongside this, she is an avid community volunteer, having served on the school's PTA board as vice president and president, contributed to many School District committees, currently sit on the Issaquah Schools Foundation programs committee, and volunteers for the Ladybug House, an end of life hospice and palliative care program. Marcelle's company FeelLinks is a hands-on resource for children. It promotes growth in lifelong skills in emotional intelligence; self-awareness, social-awareness, self-management, and relationships skills. Website - Myfeellinks.comFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/myfeellinksInstagram - @myfeellinks You can find the FeelLinks Journal and dolls here - https://myfeellinks.comAnd remember, don't forget about yourself, take a few minutes for you and have a little fun!About The Host - Janine HalloranJanine Halloran is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, an author, a speaker, an entrepreneur and a mom. As a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Janine has been working primarily with children and adolescents for over 15 years. She loves to create products and resources, so she started two businesses to support families and professionals who work with children and teens. ‘Coping Skills for Kids' provides products and resources to help kids learn to cope with their feelings in safe and healthy ways. It's the home of the popular Coping Cue Cards, decks of cards designed to help kids learn and use coping skills at home or at school. Janine's second business ‘Encourage Play' is dedicated to helping kids learn and practice social skills in the most natural way - through play! Encourage Play has free printables, as well as digital products focused on play and social skills.Coping Skills for Kids - https://copingskillsforkids.comEncourage Play - https://www.encourageplay.comInterested in reading my books? The Coping Skills for Kids Workbook - https://store.copingskillsforkids.com/collections/coping-skills-for-kids-workbook/products/coping-skills-for-kids-workbook-digital-versionSocial Skills for Kids - https://store.copingskillsforkids.com/collections/encourage-play/products/social-skills-for-kids-workbook
We're commencing season 2 with the incredible fully recovered eating disorder advocate author, speaker, and therapist/coach in the making, Lucie Waldman! Lucie passionately explores her own path to recovery, navigating the ins and outs of college life as a self-professed perfectionist, motivation and self preservation. She will literally bring a smile to your dial with a side serving of hope. In this episode: Recovery from an eating disorder: Lucie's experience College / University with an eating disorder Challenging perfectionism in both academic and mental health contexts Disconnecting self-worth from grades and levels of achievement Higher levels of care for eating disorders in the USA Problematic treatment approaches for eating disorders Intrinsic vs. extrinsic motivation to recover (positive vs. negative) Building intrinsic, enduring motivation What life is ACTUALLY like in recovery vs. what you expect it to be like during your disorder Preserving recovery and your mental wellbeing Empowering healing to live your best life! Plug in and prepare to be IMPOWERED // Connect with Lucie! The Jots of Becoming: a journey of hope and recovery https://www.amazon.com.au/Jots-Becoming-journey-hope-recovery/dp/B08KH81GWB Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/living.as.lucie/ // Support Services: Lifeline Australia: Call 13 11 14 Beyond Blue Support Service: Call 1300 22 4636 The butterfly foundation: Call 1800 HOPE (1800 33 4673) https://butterfly.org.au Kids helpline: Call 1800 55 1800 Eating disorders Victoria: 1300 550 236 https://www.eatingdisorders.org.au National Eating Disorders Collaboration: https://nedc.com.au Eating Disorders Queensland: https://eatingdisordersqueensland.org.au General Mental Health Support Services (Helplines/Hotlines): https://www.mentalhealthhelp.com.au/service-directory/helplines/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/imogen-barnes/message
Why talking about suicide with my son was so important, even though it was difficult. Debby Waldman was born and raised in Utica, New York. She has a journalism degree from Syracuse University and an MFA in creative writing from Cornell University. She has been a newspaper reporter, a college instructor, and a radio researcher. Since marrying her Canadian husband and moving to his hometown of Edmonton, Alberta, in 1992, she has raised two children and freelanced for publications and websites including The New York Times, the Washington Post, People, Parents, Publishers Weekly, and NBC-Think. She has also written a half dozen books for children and co-written two editions of a book for parents of children with hearing loss. As the daughter of a man who died by suicide and the mother of a son who wanted to, she is passionate about promoting suicide prevention and good mental health. You can find her sharing her articles and making snarky comments as DebbyJW1122 at Twitter and sharing photos of landscapes, baking, and her dog on Instagram at debojw60. "Four years ago, our 20-year-old son was admitted to a psychiatric hospital after trying to kill himself. That night, my husband implied that I bore some of the blame." “You kind of normalized suicide because you talked about your father all the time,” he said." Here is the link to Debby's article. https://www.nbcnews.com/think/opinion/why-talking-about-suicide-my-son-was-so-important-even-ncna1288704 My question before you go. What are you looking forward to tomorrow? Please subscribe to my YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFhju6cCeHC9xphoWbN3frA Tommy has spoken at TEDx, Ignite Fort Collins, and Keynote Speaker at Everything Dad Convention. He even has won speaking awards through Toastmasters International. The author of the book "25 Tips For Divorced Dads." "Why not you, "Why Not Me" and His"new dad's, "My Dad's Advice "t 5:04 AM," are coming out in 2021. He has written for The Good Men Project, Modern Gladiator, and Nurture Magazine. Plus, he has been a guest writer. Tommy enjoys a good red blend while writing or hiding from the family. A dad to Betsy, Becca, Connor, and Duke (RIP), Otis. A husband to Ann. Podcast music by Twisterium / freebackgroundtracks.net Contact him at Tommy@BlendingTheFamily.com TEDx Talk: https://youtu.be/azG2K47iz4Q Blog: http://blendingthefamily.com/blog/ Podcast: http://blendingthefamily.libsyn.com/ Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/tommy-maloney/id958223196?mt=2 Stitcher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/tommy-maloney/blending-the-family Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/thetommymaloney The Good Men Project: https://goodmenproject.com/author/tommy-maloney/ Medium: https://medium.com/@thetommymaloney Calendly: calendly.com/thomasdmaloneyjr Anyone considering suicide should contact the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or chat with someone live on its Website.
“Up until recently, voting has gotten easier. But there is a wave of new laws in states across the country aiming to make it harder to vote and also new laws to change who counts the votes.” Michael Waldman, writer and expert on voting rights, joins the podcast. What is the state of voting rights as the country careens towards the 2022 midterm elections? What legislatures have been hard at work to make the act of voting more difficult? And ominously, why, in some places, is who counts the votes being changed? The conversation also looks at early American voting systems and the deep philosophical differences between John Adams and Ben Franklin and the wings they represented. If you like what we do, please support the show. By making a one-time or recurring donation, you will contribute to us being able to present the highest quality substantive, long-form interviews with the world's most compelling people. Michael Waldman is president of the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law. A nonpartisan law and policy institute that focuses on improving systems of democracy and justice, the Brennan Center is a leading national voice on voting rights, money in politics, criminal justice reform, and constitutional law. Waldman, a constitutional lawyer and writer who is an expert on the presidency and American democracy, has led the Center since 2005. Waldman was director of speechwriting for President Bill Clinton from 1995 to 1999, serving as assistant to the president. He was responsible for writing or editing nearly two thousand speeches, including four State of the Union and two inaugural addresses. He was special assistant to the president for policy coordination from 1993 to 1995. He is the author of The Fight to Vote (Simon & Schuster, 2016), a history of the struggle to win voting rights for all citizens. The Washington Post wrote, “Waldman's important and engaging account demonstrates that over the long term, the power of the democratic ideal prevails — as long as the people so demand.” The Wall Street Journal called it “an engaging, concise history of American voting practices,” and the Miami Herald described it as “an important history in an election year.” The Fight to Vote was a Washington Post notable nonfiction book for 2016 and a History Book Club main selection. Waldman is also the author of The Second Amendment: A Biography (Simon & Schuster, 2014). Publishers Weekly called it “the best narrative of its subject.” In the New York Times, Joe Nocera called it “rigorous, scholarly, but accessible.” The Los Angeles Times wrote, “[Waldman's] calm tone and habit of taking the long view offers a refreshing tonic in this most loaded of debates.” In a Cardozo Law Review symposium devoted to the book, a historian wrote, “The Second Amendment is, without doubt, among the best efforts at melding constitutional history and constitutional law on any topic — at least since the modern revival of originalism two generations ago.” His previous books are My Fellow Americans: The Most Important Speeches of America's Presidents from George Washington to Barack Obama (2003, 2010), A Return to Common Sense (2007), POTUS Speaks (2000), and Who Robbed America? A Citizen's Guide to the S&L Scandal (1990).
Jerome Powell, Chairman of the Federal Reserve, speaks to the National Association for Business Economics (NABE) today about interest Rate hikes and the state of the economy as the Fed looks forward in 2022 and grapples with Inflation. Cliff Waldman, President of New World Economics, speaks for the meeting in a special news brief wrap-up of Chairman powells remarks in a live episode on Manufacturing Talk Radio. " Powell is not mincing words today. He is giving a very frank, very hawkish speech. He's pulling no punches about inflation being "much too high." And while he thinks there is some historical precedent for a soft landing, i.e. bringing inflation under control without causing a recession, he acknowledges the risks," Waldman reported. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Did you know that “from a neuroscientific standpoint, happiness is experienced in different ways depending on your state of mind?” Mark Waldman For this week's Brain Fact Friday, and EPISODE #204, with all that is going on in the world, I wanted today's episode to take a closer look at how we can all find happiness in our life, even during the most difficult times, and look at happiness through a neuroscientific lens. If we can do this, I am confident that we will all walk away from this episode with a way to generate happiness, with our brain in mind. Welcome back! I'm Andrea Samadi, author, and educator from Toronto, Canada, now in Arizona, and we launched this podcast almost 3 years ago, with the goal of taking the mystery out the science behind high performance strategies, so that we can all apply the most current brain research, to improve productivity and results in our schools, sports and modern workplaces. I became interested in success strategies to improve performance in the late 1990s while working with some of world's top performers in the motivational speaking industry and saw immediately how important these skills were for our future generations. For those who have been with us since we launched, thank you for coming back, for listening, and supporting the podcast over the years. The topics we cover each week seem to be never-ending, as more research continues to be uncovered, each episode connects back to past episodes that you might remember from our earlier days. Bringing us to this week's Brain Fact Friday. Did you know that “there are three distinct networks in the brain responsible for happiness? It hit me while recording our Top 10 Episodes of All Time[i] when psychologist Dr. Francis Lee Stephens said “no one ever comes to me saying my thinking is awful. They come with—I feel like garbage.” How do we look for happiness, or positive feelings when we “feel” like garbage? We covered The Neuroscience of Happiness way back in November 2019 on EPISODE #29[i] and I remember it being such an important topic, that I created a PowerPoint Presentation on YouTube[ii] to go along with this episode where we dove into the recipe for peak performance, with strategies to boost our serotonin levels to generate more happiness. We took a closer look at the neuroscience of anxiety, with ideas to calm our limbic, emotional brain. We were almost a year into the pandemic, and nothing has changed with the importance of mental health and well-being since we recorded EPISODE 29, but today, I want to look at happiness with the latest neuroscience research I've recently learned from Mark Waldman, adding a new perspective, hoping that whatever is going on in our lives, wherever you are listening from in the world, that you can look at happiness with this new lens, a neuroscientific lens, and see if the ideas I'll share can help you today can generate more happiness in your life, as well as mine, as I put these strategies into practice right along with you. This week I learned that the latest neuroscientific research suggests there are three distinct networks in the brain that generate happiness. As we take a closer look at these three networks, I hope we can think of some NEW strategies to bring real happiness, into our day, with this new knowledge of the specific network of the brain that this feeling is being generated in. 1. Frontal Parietal Network: also called the Central Executive Network (CEN) or our Thinking Network that controls our everyday thoughts and memories about what happiness means to you. Waldman reminds us that these memories are “mostly based on old beliefs and memories of the past and that happiness is something that only occurs briefly in the present moment.” Remember: that your beliefs about happiness are embedded in the past, and that you can think back to old memories that made you happy, but this level of happiness won't last forever. HOW DO WE GENERATE MORE HAPPINESS USING THE CEN: Have you ever heard of visualizing yourself in your happy place to shift how you are thinking or feeling? When you actively pull up a memory of yourself, on a beach (let's say) in the middle of winter, it can help you to feel the sunshine on your face, or smell the salt water for the time you are visualizing, but when you open your eyes, you do come back to reality that you aren't really on this beach, so this strategy will get you to feel happiness and shift your mood, but there is another strategy that can bring you closer to real happiness. 2. Salience Network: This network (that doesn't fully develop until we are 28-30 years old) puts a value or level of importance on the experience we are having in the present moment and can “generate a deeper level of satisfaction” which is what real happiness is. When we can savor the experience while it's happening, like when we savor a hug from someone that you love, you are “using the Salience Network” to generate a deep level of satisfaction. When you can “mindfully immerse yourself in what you are experiencing in the present moment, you can touch those brief moments of pleasure.” (Waldman). HOW DO WE GENERATE MORE HAPPINESS USING OUR SALIENCE NETWORK: When writing this episode, I asked my youngest daughter to give me one of her “special” hugs because I know that she savors every moment when she hugs someone. In my lifetime, I've only ever had a hug like this from one other person, my friend Christian, who we lost in his late 30s, and his hugs were unforgettable. Have you ever felt this? Someone who hugs you and they squeeze you so tightly, they take the air out of you, and they give everything they've got with this hug? I remember saying to my friend “ok, enough already” as I could barely breathe with his tight hugs, but now that he's no longer here, I bet there's many of us who wish we held on tight for those extra seconds. My daughter's hugs are like this and she says that she “feels the hug with her heart, closes her eyes and that the squeeze part is important.” She's definitely mastered the mindful hug that brings happiness to everyone she comes in contact with. I know that during the pandemic, we barely shook hands with each other, let alone give each other those big bear hugs, but if you can hug someone close to you, that you love, and mindfully immerse yourself in this experience, you will feel “real” happiness. Savor your hugs. What else can you savor that you really enjoy? If you have ever been really hungry, that first bite of a sandwich tastes extra special. Savor that first bite and you'll feel what I mean. I'm sure you can write a list of things that you love that you will take the extra time to savor, to feel this heightened sense of happiness that originates in the Salience Network of your brain. 3. Default Mode Network: or Imagination Network that “generates fantasies about what happiness may or may not be” (Waldman) and this network is active when we are “wishing for happiness” in our life. This “daydream-like realm of imagination can make you desire deeper levels of happiness” but research shows that “seeking happiness in this way increases depression.” (Waldman). We dove deep into the DMN back on EPISODE #48[iii] in March 2020 with ideas for using this new brain science to reduce stress and find balance in the major networks in our brain. HOW DO WE GENERATE MORE HAPPINESS USING THE DEFAULT MODE (OR IMAGINATION) NETWORK? When using mind-wandering to visualize happiness, to prevent yourself from feeling too far away from your goal, bring yourself back to reality by using mental contrasting. This evidence-based strategy, known as the WOOP strategy[iv] (not to be confused with the wearable device that measures sleep and stress). WOOP stands for “Wish, Outcome, Obstacle and Plan” and can help you to keep from drifting off track into negative thinking that sometimes can occur in the DMN. Stay on course by daydreaming for a bit (maybe about a beach vacation) and then switch to your CEN and think of the outcomes of this beach vacation. How incredible would it be to escape reality and just relax poolside for a while? Now bring yourself back to reality with mental contrasting or thinking of the obstacles that you must overcome for this goal to become a reality. Create a plan, and you can turn your happiness daydream into reality. To review this week's Brain Fact Friday, we've outlined clearly the three networks in the brain responsible for our happiness, with ideas for generating happiness using each one. We can learn to activate these networks together, for example, by thinking of a specific happy memory with our CEN, and savoring it, with our Salience Network, and then using our DMN to further dream, or imagine our happiness memories, switching back to our CEN to create a plan to bring our happy memory to reality. I know this will increase our happiness in all 3 networks of our brain, and hopefully will leave us with an elevated feeling, bringing us as close as we can get to true happiness. REMEMBER: To savor those hugs, or whatever it is for you that brings you true happiness. Wishing you a happy weekend, and hope this episode made you smile. See you next week. REFERENCES: [i]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #29 “How to Rewire Your Brain for Happiness and Well-Being to Optimize Learning” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/how-to-re-wire-your-brain-for-happiness-and-well-being-to-optimize-learning/ [ii] PowerPoint Presentation on YouTube for EPISODE #29 “The Neuroscience of Happiness” [iii]Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #48 on “Brain network Theory: Using Neuroscience to Stay Productive” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/brain-network-theory-using-neuroscience-to-stay-productive-during-times-of-change-and-chaos/ [iv] WOOP Strategy https://www.panoramaed.com/blog/setting-goals-woop [i] Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #201 on the Top 10 All Time Episodes https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/the-top-10-all-time-episodes-on-the-neuroscience-meets-social-and-emotional-learning-podcast/
Today we talk with noted author Cynthia Waldman. She is the author of three children's books that focus on Native Americans including their sacred narratives, oral traditions, ceremonies and rituals and also provide inspirational life changing messages. One story revolves around the Animal Master and his home and this is the site of an important rock painting of the Native people of eastern California. Wonderful program! Interested in learning about how to use X-Rays and similar technology in archaeology? Check out the linked PaleoImaging course from James Elliot! Transcripts For rough transcripts go to https://www.archpodnet.com/rockart/74 Links California Rock Art Foundation Cynthia Waldman's Website Contact Dr. Alan Garfinkel email@example.com ArchPodNet APN Website: https://www.archpodnet.com APN on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/archpodnet APN on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/archpodnet APN on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/archpodnet Tee Public Store Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular
This week I am celebrating inspiring women for Women's History Month. Today I wanted to highlight Suzyn Waldman. If you don't know, Waldman has been the color commentator for the Yankees radio broadcast since 2005. Waldman is the first woman to call a World Series game on the radio and has been a trailblazer as a female reporter and broadcaster in New York. She has dealt with everything from having cassettes stolen when she was a reporter to dealing with death threats as a female broadcaster. She is an amazing woman and an inspiring role model for women looking to work in sports media and she has done it all in the toughest market in the country. So listen to today's short as I tip my cap to Suzyn Waldman. Visit my website: saxinthemorning.com for merchandise and other links. Follow us on social media: Instagram: @saxinthemorning_podcastYouTube: subscribe and watch shorts here
In this episode of “Keen On”, Andrew is joined by Ari Waldman, the author of “Industry Unbound: The Inside Story of Privacy, Data, and Corporate Power”. Ari Waldman studies asymmetrical power relations created and entrenched by law and technology, with particular focus on privacy, online harassment, free speech and the LGBTQ community. Visit our website: https://lnkd.in/gZNKTyc7 Email Andrew: firstname.lastname@example.org Watch the show live on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ajkeen Watch the show live on LinkedIn: https://lnkd.in/gatW6J8v Watch the show live on Facebook: https://lnkd.in/gjzVnTkY Watch the show on YouTube: https://lnkd.in/gDwPgesS Subscribe to Andrew's newsletter: https://lnkd.in/gzwFsxPV Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ep. 665 - Curing the Cancer in U. S. Healthcare Show Guest: Dr. Deane Waldman In Curing the Cancer in U.S. Healthcare, Dr. Deane Waldman delivers an eye-opening look at healthcare today including the shocks he experienced while caring for thousands of children with heart problems. Dr. Waldman states that when it comes to our health care, we all want the same thing: the care we need, when we need it, from people we choose, at a price we can afford. Why must all Americans have the same healthcare structure? If Californians want a single-payer system if Texans want market-based medicine, and if New Yorkers want Obamacare, why should Washington say no to 86 million Americans? Kristin S. Held, M.D. President-Elect, Association of American Physicians and Surgeons says that Curing the Cancer in U.S. Healthcare is, “A must-read for physicians, patients, and policymakers alike. Equipped with his vast experience as a pediatric cardiologist, clinician, teacher, researcher, and policy adviser, Dr. Waldman approaches our critically ill healthcare system as he does a critically ill patient. He identifies the root causes of the problems and proposes a workable cure that puts patients first. This is a quick and superb read packed full of information and insight.”
• Stopping the death of a free press • “We've seen in the last decade or so a massive, severe drop in local news” (Total Recorded Tine is 27:41) You might remember seeing them at various events around town such as a school board meeting -- back in the day. Or perhaps you remember smudging your fingers on the ink from the morning paper, reading what they wrote -- back in the day. The apex of that “ancient” time was only about two decades ago, when the local newspaper sent reporters to cover the meeting of your school board or town council, a performance of the local concert band or a ribbon-cutting at a new local business. According to the Pew Research Center, newspaper newsroom employment peaked in 2006 at about 74,000 jobs. Today that number has fallen to under 30,000. It's a slide expected to continue, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which says “declining advertising revenue … is expected to impact the long-term demand” for reporters and editors. Trying to do something about it is the nonprofit organization Report for America, which places journalists into local newsrooms to report on under-covered issues and communities, paying half of their first-year wages and a third of their pay in year two. Heading that effort is Steven Waldman, a former newspaper journalist. “We've seen in the last decade or so a massive, severe drop in local news – in the capacity of local reporting particularly,” says Mr. Waldman. He says the lack of local news coverage isn't just about reporter jobs or empty newspaper buildings. It is, he says, a growing threat to American democracy. “This isn't just about journalists not having jobs. This is about communities not being well-informed,” he says. “When you have a collapse on this scale of local news … voter turnout goes down, corruption goes up, bond ratings go down, pollution goes up, people's engagement with the community lags, people's alienation from the community increases, polarization increases.” Steven Waldman joins us for this Bizgnus Interview Podcast. It's not all doom-n-gloom as Mr. Waldman can see changes taking hold that might save the industry – and the democracy. Please click here to watch the Bizgnus interview: https://youtu.be/LtwgsjS5HdY For more information: https://www.reportforamerica.org/
Michael Waldman, president of the Brennan Center for Justice, says lawmakers in 27 states are considering hundreds of bills designed to limit voting or undermine the integrity of the election process. We talk about the ongoing threat to our democracy and fair elections. Waldman's book is The Fight to Vote.
In this episode, Karen and Steve reflect on a somewhat-less-crazy week, Valentine's Day, victory on the tennis court, and various other miscellany. They then have a wide-ranging interview with Rachel and Ariel Levinson-Waldman, on everything from the life of non-profit lawyers in Washington to having musical kids music-ing at the same time in the same house to their important work on privacy (Rachel) and legal services for underrepresented communities in D.C. (Ariel).
Marcio Waldman estava feliz com sua clínica veterinária – mas percebeu que poderia dar um salto com a internet, na virada para os anos 2000. Essa visão se provou acertada: ele se tornou o fundador da Petlove, um e-commerce de produtos para animais de estimação. Hoje, a Petlove é um grupo que reúne tanto a loja virtual quanto serviços como o clube de assinatura, o aplicativo de passeio e hospedagem DogHero, a plataforma de educação Vet Smart e a empresa de seguros Porto.Pet. Ao todo, a companhia faturou R$ 800 milhões em 2021. Neste episódio, Waldman fala sobre todas as dificuldades de investir no e-commerce muito antes de ele bombar, e sobre quais estratégias fizeram e fazem a Petlove crescer na concorrida disputa do mercado pet.Versão em vídeo no YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXLwWXs-iuQSiga-nos no Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dozeroaotopo_oficial/
In episode 64, Josh Ashford and Kevin Brigance are joined by Dr Larry Waldman, Psychologist with 45+ years experience. Dr Larry is a recently semi-retired licensed clinical, forensic psychologist in Phoenix, Arizona. He had a highly successful private practice of 45 years working with children, teens, parents, couples, and adults in a solution-focused manner. He also consulted with family, personal injury, immigration and estate planning attorneys. Dr Larry helps us to understand why our kids act a certain way and how we play a huge role in their development. He is the author of several books and the links can be found below. Join us as we have the conversation about child behavior. Dr Larry Waldman's Books: *Who's Raising Whom? https://amzn.to/3g00VOm *Coping w/ Your Adolescent https://amzn.to/3u1uzuZ * How Come I Love Him But Can't Live w/ Him? https://amzn.to/3rTmq9b *Love Your Child More Than You Hate Your Ex https://amzn.to/3AKIdnC * Too Busy Earning a Living to Make a Fortune? https://amzn.to/3g4ND34 Episode 64 - Child Behavior w/ Dr Larry Waldman - Dads on Purpose Podcast Instagram Josh Ashford: https://www.instagram.com/DadOnPurpose Kevin Brigance: https://www.instagram.com/TheMentorCoach Dr Larry Waldman: https://topphoenixpsychologist.com/ Dad Swag: https://TLCbrand.com Episode 64 - Child Behavior w/ Dr Larry Waldman - Dads on Purpose Podcast DISCLAIMER: This description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, it's possible that we will receive a small commission. This help support the channel and allows us to continue to make content like this. Thank you for the support! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tlcbrand/support
Host Carol Castiel talks with voting rights expert, author and president of the Brennan Center for Justice, Michael Waldman, about the factors that led to the failure of federal voting rights legislation in the Senate, dealing a blow to a key facet of President Joe Biden's agenda. Waldman tells Castiel that the wave of restrictive voting laws emanating from mostly Republican state legislatures and the Supreme Court's gutting of the landmark Voting Rights Act of 1965, make it even more critical to continue to fight for voting rights in America.
Today I am joined by Justin Waldman to preview our 12 most anticipated films of the Sundance Film Festival 2022 Follow Justin at https://twitter.com/DubsReviews Check out Justin's writing at https://www.eyecrave.net/ Get your #animationjunkie shirt and holiday gear at https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hallmarkies?utm_campaign=Hallmarkies&utm_medium=8581&utm_source=affiliate Follow us on twitter at https://twitter.com/DisneyTalking Please support the podcast on patreon https://www.patreon.com/hallmarkies Check out the Talking Disney Anchor feed https://anchor.fm/talkingdisneycanon Follow us on itunes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/talking-disney-classics-with-rachel-wagner-stanford-clark/id1479958412 Follow the other Talking Disney Podcast https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-cb8n4-c29d63#.XZ6x52RKpGE.twitter Follow Rachel's Reviews on Itunes! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/rachels-reviews/id1278536301?mt=2 Follow my blog at https://rachelsreviews.net Follow me on twitter https://twitter.com/rachel_reviews Follow me on facebook https://www.facebook.com/smilingldsgirlreviews/ Listen to Hallmarkies Podcast at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hallmarkies-podcast/id1296728288 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In episode 22 of the Learning with Go1 podcast, we are joined by Learning Scientist Lauren Waldman and Cognitive Neuroscientist Dr Elliott Jarkin to talk about learning and memory, the operational function of our brains, and how understanding humans in the workplace can translate into more effective learning design.
We're honored this week to have Gary Waldman as our guest on No Simple Road. Gary is Neal Casal's long-time friend and manager as well as the executive producer of 'Highway Butterfly: The Songs Of Neal Casal' and the founder and Executive Director of the Neal Casal Music Foundation. With a list of titles like that you know this conversation goes deep quick. We talk with Gary about what went into the creation of 'Highway Butterfly', how he met Neal, what the common thread was that created such a solid bond between the two of them, the importance of asking for help when we struggle, Neal's love of photography and the subsequent coffee table book of his images, and a whole lot more!The Album 'Highway Butterfly: The Songs Of Neal Casal features Circles Around The Sun, Erik Krasno, Marcus King, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band, Susan Tedeschi & Derek Trucks, Billy Strings, Hiss Golden Messenger, Fruit Bats, Steve Earle & The Dukes, Jonathan Wilson, Shooter Jennings, Leslie Mendelson, Vetiver, Beachwood Sparks, Jaime Wyatt, Aaron Lee Tasjan, J Mascis, Dori Freeman, Warren Haynes, Cass McCombs, Kenny Roby, Norah Jones' Puss N Boots and Tim Heidecker, among others.SONG AT THE END OF THE INTERVIEW: 'All The Luck In The World' performed by Billy String & Circles Around The Sun - off 'Highway Butterfly: The Songs Of Neal Casal'For more on the Neal Casal Music Foundation and to purchase the album head over to: www.nealcasalmusicfoundation.org/FOR FREE SHIPPING from Shop Tour Bus Use The PROMO CODE: nosimpleroadFor 20% off Sunset Lake CBD PROMO CODE: NSR20 For 10% off Electric Fish Lights PROMO CODE: NSR INTRO MUSIC BY AND USED WITH OUR GRATITUDE AND THE PERMISSION OF:CIRCLES AROUND THE SUNOUTRO MUSIC BY AND USED WITH OUR GRATITUDE AND THE PERMISSION OF:CHILLDREN OF INDIGONo Simple Road is part of OSIRIS MEDIA. Osiris is creating a community that connects people like you with podcasts and live experiences about artists and topics you love. To stay up to date on what we're up to, visit our site and sign up for our newsletter. Osiris works in partnership with JamBase, which connects music fans with the music they love and empowers them to go see live music!Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/nosimpleroad. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Why am I so tired? Why am I getting angry at small things? Why can't I switch off? Without understanding our brains, how we process information, and how we work and learn, you may feel stuck in an unproductive state. Lauren Waldman, The Learning Pirate joins us and shares her 20 years of experience in Learning Design, her studies of the brain, studying neuroscience and transferring that to the practice of learning design. Lauren shares how she facilitates learning experiences that allow learners to process learning more effectively based on how the brain works.
The Bowhunter Chronicles Podcast - Episode 162 - Dane Waldman - Dryad Saddles - Is This Thing For Real? - This week Adam and John sit down and talk with Dane Waldman creator of Dryad Saddles. The Dryad saddle is not just another cookie cutter saddle saddle company who decided that they could sew and wanted to make a buck off of the booming saddle market, Dryad decided to think outside the diaper so to speak. Some might say thay Dryad has gone to far and made a product that is so outside the box, that it can't work, that it's a joke or there is no way you can hunt from it. We decided that we needed to talk with the man behind this thing to find out just what the hell was going on wth this thing. Prior to the podcast both John and Adam were able to get a chance to check out one of these saddles, to set it up sit in it and spend a little time with it so we didn't go into this with a closed mind. This podcast gets to the bottom of all of that and more. You can find out more information on the Dryad saddle at https://dryadsaddles.com Save 10% at Trophyline.com with code BCTL10. https://www.spartanforge.ai - save 25% with code bowhunter https://www.tactacam.com app.basemap.com save 20% with code chronicles If you like what we are doing and want to see more, please consider checking out our Patreon account. Any funds generated through our Patreon account are funneled right back into the podcast to help fund equipment, hosting fees and gear for reviews and giveaways and as always future hunts. http://bit.ly/BHCPatreon http://bit.ly/BowhunterChroniclesPodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to the Conversations with CommerceNext podcast, Season 1, Episode Two , I'm your host Michael LeBlanc, and this podcast is brought to you in conjunction with CommerceNext and presented by Wunderkind.Alex Waldman, Co-Founder and Creative Director at Universal Standard, has guided the company's marketing process with two truths. The first: authenticity is everything. The second: generosity is never lost on the consumer.In this episode of Conversations with CommerceNext, Scott Silverman and Michael talk with Alex about joy as a career strategy, the marketing process for ethically motivated brands and building genuine consumer-company relationships.“This is where I find myself right now; I am the ‘changer' of the thing that has brought me a lot of anguish...” Alex sheds light on what it's like to champion change for women in an industry that has otherwise been hostile and exclusive. Universal Standard is a New York based e-commerce fashion brand that represents a paradigm shift in the inclusive-size segment, delivering fashion fundamentals and a style footprint not available until now.Alex Waldman is a trailblazer who is determined to deliver impactful change, from the product and the bottom line, to the consumer and the greater community.************Thanks for tuning into this episode of Conversations with CommerceNext. Please follow us on Apple, Spotify, Amazon Music or your favorite podcast platform where we'll be sharing career advice and marketing strategies from eCommerce and digital marketing leaders at retailers and direct-to-consumer brands each and every episode. CommerceNext is a community, event series and conference for marketers at retail and direct-to-consumer brands. Through our online forums, interviews, webinars, summits and other in-person events, we harness the collective wisdom of our community to help marketers grow their businesses and advance their careers. Join CommerceNext events to meet other industry leaders and learn the latest ecommerce and marketing strategies. You can find upcoming events at CommerceNext dot comHave a fantastic week everyone! ABOUT US: Scott SilvermanAn ecommerce veteran, Scott Silverman has been active in the industry since 1999 and is passionate about digital retail and the innovation driving the industry. Scott Silverman is the Co-Founder of CommerceNext. Previously, he spent 10 years as Executive Director of Shop.org where he launched the Shop.org Annual Summit. Scott co-invented “Cyber Monday” in 2005 and was the founder of Cybermonday.com in 2006, a shopping site that has generated more than $2.5 million for Shop.org's scholarship fund. Veronika SonsevVeronika Sonsev is the Co-Founder of CommerceNext. She also leads the retail practice for Chameleon Collective and is a contributor for Forbes on how to grow retail and ecommerce in the age of Amazon. Having spent the last 10+ years working with some of the largest retailers and direct-to-consumer brands, Veronika has intimate knowledge of the challenges facing retail and ecommerce today. She is also an advocate for women in business and founded the global non-profit mBolden, which is now part of SheRunsit. Michael LeBlanc is the Founder & President of M.E. LeBlanc & Company Inc and a Senior Advisor to Retail Council of Canada as part of his advisory and consulting practice. He brings 25+ years of brand/retail/marketing & eCommerce leadership experience, and has been on the front lines of retail industry change for his entire career. Michael is the producer and host of a network of leading podcasts including Canada's top retail industry podcast, The Voice of Retail, plus Global E-Commerce Tech Talks and The Food Professor with Dr. Sylvain Charlebois. You can learn more about Michael here or on LinkedIn. About CommerceNextCommerceNext is a community, event series and conference for marketers at retail and direct-to-consumer brands. Through our online forums, interviews, webinars, summits and other in-person events, we harness the collective wisdom of our community to help marketers grow their businesses and advance their careers. Join CommerceNext events to meet other industry leaders and learn the latest ecommerce and marketing strategies. You can find upcoming events at https://commercenext.com/commercenext-webinars/.
Diving into the science of the brain Lauren Waldman became her own best case study and learning experiment. Through her challenging, emotional and victorious learning journey, she came to understand what learning really is, how it feels and how to methodically approach it. It is her passion and purpose to evolve the way we learn now and share it with others...so cool!https://www.learningpirate.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/learning_pirate/Clubhouse: @learningpirateLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/learning-pirate/Twitter: https://twitter.com/LearningPirateIf you enjoyed this episode, subscribe and share with a friend!Have a question? Want to suggest a topic for the show? Email me at email@example.com: jenrafferty.comFB & IG: @jenraffertymusicClubhouse: @jenraffertyCover Art: https://goodneighborart.com/
In today's Pretty Little Tribe Podcast episode, we speak with Jon Waldman, an Author, Writer, and infertility in men advocate. Jon's journey as an infertility advocate started in 2014 when CJOB invited him to do his first interview. Since then, he has been interviewed by CBC, CTV, Global TV, HuffPost and many others! Join us as we talk about the difficulties men go through during the infertility process and how we can help normalize the topic. Grab Jon's new book “Swimming Aimlessly” at your local bookstore or major retailer. If you enjoyed this episode of the Pretty Little Tribe Podcast, make sure you rate us 5 stars wherever your listening, and we'll see you next week! Find Jon: IG: @jon_waldman Twitter: @jonwaldman Follow us on Instagram! @prettylittletribe Music: Miss Summer by Roa Music | https://soundcloud.com/roa_music1031 Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US
Steven Waldman, the president and co-founder of Report for America, connects the dots between the local news crisis, the "financialization" of newspaper ownership, and the spread of disinformation on social media. Brian Stelter also asks Waldman about the rash of recent news about the news industry, including the international implications of the Australian proposal to have tech platforms pay publishers for news, and a hedge fund's bid to buy Tribune Publishing. Waldman says the decline of local news coverage is "catastrophic for democracy," and proposes some solutions, including tax credits and nonprofit ownership models. "In the scale of the amount of philanthropic resources that are out there... it's actually inexpensive to fix, and yet the consequences of what's happening are so severe," he says. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy