Grace welcomes the Wizard of Woke to the show for this week's edition of Woke or Joke! Tune in to try your luck guessing between headlines about the new "art" in Boston, New Englanders thinking they're better than everyone, and saying "Hello" in foreign languages.
Are you wondering where buzz words like “privilege,” feeling “safe,” “antiracism,” and replacing wife with “partner” come from? These come from a worldview called "Intersectionality." This week, Elmo Winters joined Jim Ramos to make a case for why this worldview is antithetical to biblical Christianity. Get Your Copy Now! of Jim's Newest Free Book Download! www.meninthearena.org Men in the Arena Books and Swag Support the Podcast
Christy Winters-Scott joined Craig Hoffman for Not My Beat discussing Bradley Beal's return to the lineup, the NBA rumor mill and she previews the Wizards game tonight against the New York Knicks.
"Winters are not an accident. Winters are not a punishment. Winters are intentional. You may not live in a part of the world where the air hurts your face, but there's little doubt you will go through figurative winters as you move through life. Instead of figuring out how to escape cold seasons, perhaps we can learn how to winter well within them."Leave a comment for Jennifer: https://incourage.me/?p=229490--Whether navigating political or religious differences, dealing with toxic people, or our own unforgiveness, (in)courage's latest book Come Sit with Me tackles the struggles no one really wants to talk about. Get two free chapters and pick up your copy at incourage.me/comesitwithme!The (in)courage podcast is brought to you by DaySpring, makers of your favorite cards, books, and gifts. Visit them today at DaySpring.com.Connect with (in)courage: Facebook & Instagram for daily empowerment Website for the (in) library, meet contributors, article archive Email us at email@example.com Leave a podcast review on Apple!
Friendships, mental health, going viral, and what happens behind the scenes as a content creator and going online...that's the goodness that awaits you in this incredible conversation with the one and only Aubre Winters.
Have you ever wondered why classical music always seems to be performed too fast in the concert halls? Wonder no more. Wim Winters, an organist and pianist from Belgium, challenges modern performance practice of Beethoven, Chopin and others from the Classical period via his controversial YouTube channel Authentic Sound. Winters' point is simple: the metronome indications of works by the likes of Beethoven have been misread for more than a century, a claim made evident by historical proof that the current tempi is up to twice as fast as the original (!) Pianists today need physiotherapy in their attempts to follow painstaking speeds and even the fastest fall short. Among Winters' numerous reconstructions are Beethoven's Fifth Symphony and Moonlight Sonata, at first appearing shockingly slow. But on closer inspection, could it be that only a return to the original tempi will release the true emotional potential of the Western musical canon?
Amos n Andy, originally broadcast January 13, 1952, Evelyn Winters. Seems that the Kingfish forgot about his promise to wait for Evelyn Winters 23 years ago. But Evelyn hasn't. Also Lum and Abner, originally broadcast January 13, 1942, Farm and Needlework Weekly. . Lum is now selling magazines to support himself since Abner refused to take him back in the store.Visit my web page - http://www.classicradio.streamWe receive no revenue from YouTube. If you enjoy our shows, listen via the links on our web page or if you're so inclined, Buy me a coffee! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/wyattcoxelAHeard on almost 100 radio stations from coast to coast. Classic Radio Theater features great radio programs that warmed the hearts of millions for the better part of the 20th century. Host Wyatt Cox brings the best of radio classics back to life with both the passion of a long-time (as in more than half a century) fan and the heart of a forty-year newsman. But more than just “playing the hits”, Wyatt supplements the first hour of each day's show with historical information on the day and date in history including audio that takes you back to World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. FDR, Eisenhower, JFK, Reagan, Carter, Nixon, LBJ. It's a true slice of life from not just radio's past, but America's past.Wyatt produces 21 hours a week of freshly minted Classic Radio Theater presentations each week, and each day's broadcast is timely and entertaining!
This Pacific Northwest powerhouse has been pro for 25 years, changing lane's and recreating his focus for relevancy through a heavy presence in the media with influential video parts, cover's in the top mags, contest win's, making moves from air time to slashing and touring, creating the Dirksen Derby not to mention doing big things off the hill though product testing and design but most impressively taking part in climate advocacy work through Protect our Winters. This week we talk what make's a good turn, boot drag, Mt. Bachelor, Morrow Snowboards, Longevity, video effects on culture, a master class discussion on board tech, how to ride really fast and so much more! You can count on one hand the list of pro riders who have stayed relevant and held the status and pay check of an a-grade pro for 25 plus years. Today we are blessed to have one of them sitting in the booth with us and you know we plan on grilling him on the secrets oh how he not only pulled this off over the years but did it in such a way that he would have an effect on a full span of generations through multiple disciplines of the sport in such a way you might think the Josh Dirksen you saw over 20 years ago tossing 900's off jumps and launching casual 16' high one-foot airs on quarter pipes might be a different Josh Dirksen then the one who is in the movie “Deeper” touring on a split board with Jeremy Jones to never been shredded peaks. Join us on this episode of The Bomb hole as we sit down with this Oregonian often referred to as the King Of Mt. Bachelor and do a deep dive into the psyche of this veteran level pro, Josh Dirksen.Special ThanksTen Barrel Pub BeerThe Patreon Members, We would not do this without you!!- https://www.patreon.com/thebombhole Stance | https://www.stance.com Volcom- https://www.volcom.com Mammoth Mountain- https://www.mammothmountain.com DB- https://us.dbjourney.com InstagramJosh Dirksen's instagram @joshdirksen https://www.instagram.com/joshdirksen/?hl=en @thebombhole: https://www.instagram.com/thebombhole/ @Grendiesel : https://www.instagram.com/grendiesel/@E_stone : https://www.instagram.com/e_stone/ Budz Print Shop- www.e-stonephoto.com https://307o96449135872.3dcartstores.com For all things Bomb Hole, go to : https://thebombhole.com/BOMB HOLE STORE: https://thebombhole.com/collections/allWatch the episode on YouTube- https://youtu.be/n4n4TVOz6IEJoin The Bomb Squad on our Patreon page! Props to all of our Patreon members for the support. We could not make these episodes happen without your help! Patreon members get the chance to ask guests questions and find out who we will be interviewing before anyone else. They also receive Bomb Hole merch and a custom Bomb Squad sticker!!! Find out more at https://www.patreon.com/thebombholeShow Notes-Toe/Heel Drag | https://www.snowboardingforum.com/threads/toe-heel-drag.265630/ Thrashin | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiFW3CeFuxQ Juicy Fruit | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qRb8O9b2Gf4 Micro Dose Dirksen | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FBSNmXTp3Oo Lame Snowboard Movie | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_PrB0glNEs My Own Two Feet | https://vimeo.com/122582209 Destroyer | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqLLQNJSExU Brainstorm | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaJBQM5PyjA Fleeting Time | https://www.redbull.com/us-en/films/fleeting-time Aesmo Boards | https://www.aesmo.at AfterLame | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_unsKYiIoI Dirksen Deeper | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53ASw4oDXsw Dirksen Derby | https://dirksenderby.com P.O.W. | https://protectourwinters.org Thanks For Watching!
How Sacramento is processing the intense scenes caused by the winter storms. Gov. Newsom's state budget proposal, which includes a projected $22 billion deficit. Unique tasting room in Winters offering low alcohol infused aperitifs. Winter challenges
Kelly talks to Dr. Richard Winters, a practicing emergency physician at the Mayo Clinic and the medical director of Professional Leadership Development for the Mayo Clinic Care Network, about his new book, “You're the Leader, Now What? Leadership Lessons from Mayo Clinic.” “As decision making robots, we have a sentient flaw: we tend to overplay our expertise, and […]
It's a little chilly out, and whenever the temperature dips Valley 101 gets inundated with the question: how do I protect my plants from freezing at night? In this rebroadcast, we answer the question and offer tips and tricks to keep your garden green this winter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Joe and Korey sit down and discuss why trees don't explode during freezing weather and winter (normally). Tune in for a better understanding of how many trees pull off this phenomenon of surviving freezing temps, and increase your appreciation for these perennial plants that have adapted for over 250 million years! If you enjoyed the podcast please rate, review, subscribe and tell a fellow tree lover! Questions or topics you would like us to discuss? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Music credit: Cool Tools Music Video - "Timber" Hosted by: Joe Aiken & Korey Lofy Produced by: Korey Lofy Artwork by: Cara Markiewicz --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/discoveringforestry/support
In this episode Mary-Frances Winters, one of the most interesting and insightful voices in race relations, joins Af for a no-holds-barred conversation on D&I in the workplace. Author of Black Fatigue: How Racism Erodes the Mind, Body, and Spirit, Mary-Frances believes her purpose on earth is to break down barriers and build bridges across differences. She is known to be a provocateur and not afraid to have difficult conversations. Among her many awards and distinctions, she was named a diversity pioneer by Profiles in Diversity Journal, received the Winds of Change award from the Forum on Workplace Inclusion, and was featured twice in Forbes as one of the DC Metro area's most powerful women, as well as one of 10 trailblazers in diversity and inclusion. She has served as a torch bearer for the Olympics and has previously been recognized as an Athena Award winner from the Chamber of Commerce for her contributions to women and the community.
If you would like to work with me to help you thrive in any economy, click on the link below to book a free Wealth Accelerator Discovery Call - https://calendly.com/charleskelly/wealth-accelerator-discovery-call The world's economies are in turmoil. Even the mighty German economy drag the EU into a long recession according to the EC. But what about YOUR economy? What are you doing right now in your ‘U'conomy'? Migrants do very well in a recession. Why? Because they don't watch the news! Brian Tracy. Watch video on YouTube - https://youtu.be/USSP2m6xYmw I want to work with a small group of people to help you not only survive but THRIVE in the recession. In the meantime, here are 7 quick money tips: Cash flow – do whatever it takes (legally) to keep cash coming in. Keep working - As the late Zig Ziglar said, you don't have to “join the recession”. He was selling pots and pans in a recession, but doubled his sales because he worked while everyone gave up and said “nobody's got any money, don't you know we are in a recession”. Manage money – you must get control of your finances and budget. See my free new training to help you get control of your finances in 28 days! Look for opportunities – there are millions of opportunities to make money in any economy. Get around the right people – stay away from the people who drag you down with negative talk. Stay positive and realise that winters pass – “all things must pass”, George Harrison wrote. Winters follow summers and spring follows winter. Recessions are inevitable and come and go in most decades. Get a mentor – getting a mentor, coach, mastermind group or training are the smartest things you can do, especially in an economic downturn. I have space now for a small group of people I can work with to mentor them to success in any economy. If you would like to work with me to help you thrive in any economy, click on the link below to book a free Wealth Accelerator Discovery Call - https://calendly.com/charleskelly/wealth-accelerator-discovery-call #recession #money #economy #freetraining #moneytraining #coaching #mentor #positive #makemoney #managemoney #briantracy #zigziglar #jimrohnSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With the right gear and clothing, winter bicycling for recreation and transportation in Wisconsin can be safe, healthy and fun. Two avid winter cyclists – one at home on city streets, the other a rural resident and long-distance trail rider – share their tips for cold-weather riding.
Leaders breed leaders, not followers. Jason A. Duprat, Entrepreneur, Healthcare Practitioner, and Host of the Healthcare Entrepreneur Academy podcast, sits down with Richard Winters, Practicing Emergency Physician, Professional Certified Coach, and Author of the Wall Street Journal Best Seller: "You're the Leader. Now what?" In this episode, Jason and Richard dive deep into what it really means to be a Leader, Manager, Mentor, Teacher, Supervisor, and Coach, and why it's important to have each hat in your toolkit. Tune into this episode for timeless wisdom every leader should hear about. 3 KEY POINTS: Leaders inspire others to become leaders. Leaders create synergy among everyone's differences. Leaders shed light on people's fears and help overcome them. EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS: Richard recently published a wall street bestseller entitled "You're the Leader. Now What?" To be a better leader, be open to, understand, and discover different perspectives, and try to bring them together. A big part of becoming a better leader is those moments where you like you didn't do a good job and you're trying to learn how to be better. Continue to learn from mistakes and continue to learn from them. For Richard, leaders are individuals who help develop other leaders. They help others get the best out of a team and individuals. Management is more focused on what needs to be accomplished. Both Leadership and Management skills are crucial for any Manager/Leader. Richard wrote an article entitled "Four things that good leaders do when facing obstacles that bad leaders don't" talking about leaders shedding light on people's fears and worries. A coach helps make someone makes sense of their world. Many leaders are micromanagers, but that doesn't tend to work out well. Both sides will feel frustrated. There are three levels of delegation. Assigning someone a simple task Assigning someone a project, having them come up with a plan, and discuss that plan with you before moving forward Assigning someone a project and letting them have full responsibility It's helpful to learn about each other and go through these delegation levels to gain insight into what works, what doesn't, and how we approach things. Richard believes in assuming the best and working from that perspective, rather than having someone earn that trust. If you're not giving your trust initially, you're giving them distrust. Personality tests help us give names to things, to think about the way we are, how we think, how we make decisions, how we work with others, and how we differ from others. It may not be as black and white as what's found in the test results, but it helps us have a language to understand our different approaches and how we can approach things together. To connect with Richard, go to www.richardwinters.com, or connect with Richard C. Winters on LinkedIn. TWEETABLE QUOTES: "Leadership is figuring out how to connect with interests of the individuals you're working with." – Richard Winters "As a mentor, I help you see through my eyes. As a coach, I help you see through your own eyes." – Richard Winters CONNECT WITH JASON DUPRAT LinkedIn | Facebook | Instagram | Youtube Email: email@example.com Join our Facebook group: https://jasonduprat.com/group ABOUT THE GUEST Dr. Richard Winters is a practicing emergency physician at Mayo Clinic and author of the Wall Street Journal Best Seller "You're the Leader. Now What? Leadership Lessons from Mayo Clinic" (Mayo Clinic Press, Sept. 6, 2022). As director of Leadership Development for the Mayo Clinic Care Network, Dr. Winters facilitates retreats and delivers programs that train leaders at healthcare organizations worldwide. CONNECT WITH THE GUEST LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/richardcwinters Website - https://www.richardwinters.com/ RESOURCES Want to become a Ketamine Therapy provider? Enroll NOW in The Ketamine Academy course: https://ketamineacademy.com/presentation Sign up for one of our free business start-up Masterclasses by heading over to https://jasonduprat.com/freemasterclass Have a healthcare business question? Want to request a podcast topic? Text me at 407-972-0084 and I'll add you to my contacts. Occasionally, I'll share important announcements and answer your questions as well. I'm excited to connect with you! Do you enjoy our podcast? Leave a rating and review: https://lovethepodcast.com/hea Don't want to miss an episode? Subscribe and follow: https://followthepodcast.com/hea RELATED EPISODES: #279: WHY IS IT SO IMPORTANT TO INVEST IN YOURSELF NOW MORE THAN EVER? #211: DR. ROXIE MOONEY: THE HIGHEST PATH TO PROFIT IS CO-IDEATION #159: DANIEL STANTON: INNOVATE, COMPETE & CREATE CONSISTENCY #HealthcareEntrepreneurAcademy #healthcare #HealthcareBoss #entrepreneur #entrepreneurship #podcast #businessgrowth #teamgrowth #digitalbusiness
Today we're joined by Michael Des Barres, who is the 26th Marquis Des Barres if you're keeping track. He's the subject of the documentary "Who Do You Want Me To Be?" (J. Elvis Weinstein, 2020). There's no simple way to sum up Michael's wild and eventful life, but here's a start: the son of a junkie aristocrat and a schizophrenic showgirl becomes a master of reinvention on a 50+ year journey through rock and roll, TV, and movies. As you'll hear, Michael is an open book and was nice enough to come on and share tons of rock and roll stories along with his thoughts about music and everything else under the sun. Rock Docs is hosted by David Lizerbram & Andrew Keatts Twitter: @RockDocsPod Instagram: @RockDocsPod Cover Art by N.C. Winters - check him out on Instagram at @NCWintersArt
Jamie Yuccas isn't sad about being in Los Angeles during our latest winter storm in Minnesota. She makes her usual visit to chat about the strange weather she's experience out west, changing media landscapes and much more!
What if you knew when you were going to die? Would you change the way you live? Would you make different choices that reflect the fact that you now KNOW your time is limited? Author & Leadership Coach Eric Winters shares with us the hard, cold fact that our time is indeed, limited...whether we'd like to acknowledge that or not...it is, in actuality, the fact. Eric prompts us to acknowledge this truth so that we can start to embrace life today rather than waiting for that moment when our time is cut short with a death sentence or we wake up due to a traumatic experience. You have the power to make this decision NOW and live your most fulfilled life by getting clear on the reality that every single minute of life is a gift and worth our attention and gratitude. More from Eric Winters: Visit: https://www.ericwinters.com.au Get his book: Swipe Right On Your Best Self Check out his workshop offerings LinkedIn: Eric Winters Facebook: Eric Winters Course: THE GRATITUDE BUNDLE -70% OFF Join me here: Intuitive Creators Academy & Collective Instagram: @intuitivecreators @thebarsi BE BOLD & KEEP CREATING! Music Credit & Licensing: Upbeat by Jon Luc Hefferman - Production Music This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, PO Box 1866, Mountain View, CA 94042, USA.
Some of the highlights of this year's Books for Breakfast, featuring contributions by Gabriel Byrne, Thomas McCarthy, Wendy Erskine, Colm Tóibín, Brian Leyden, Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin, Leland Bardwell, Kevin Power, John McAuliffe, Kelly Michels, Mark Granier, Judith Mok and Mark Roper.Enda and Peter also discuss some of the books on their desks at the moment: The Horse, the Wheel, and Language: How Bronze-Age Riders from the Eurasian Steppes Shaped the Modern World by David W. Anthony; Winters in the World: A Journey through the Anglo-Saxon Year by Eleanor Parker; The Magpie and the Child by Catriona Clutterbuck; Stretto by David Wheatley; My Phantoms by Gwendoline Riley; Crooked Love/Grá fiar by Louis de Paor; Mrs Bridge by Evan S. Connell and Earth's Black Chute by Cian Ferriter. Extract from Lá dá raibh/One Day courtesy of Rockfinch Ltd.Intro/outro music: Colm Mac Con Iomaire, ‘Thou Shalt Not Carry' from The Hare's Corner, 2008, with thanks to Colm for permission to use it. Incidental music from Audio Library Plus. Artwork by Freya SirrTo subscribe to Books for Breakfast go to your podcast provider of choice (Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google etc) and search for the podcast then hit subscribe or follow, or simply click the appropriate button above. Support the show
El International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) es el organismo internacional que evalúa la ciencia disponible y emite recomendaciones sobre la resucitación de pacientes en paro cardiaco. Los integrantes de ILCOR representan los diferentes concilios de resucitación en el mundo. Los concilios emiten sus propias guías, basadas en las recomendaciones de ILCOR. La revisión anual de la ciencia no es una revisión de todos los temas, sino solamente de aquellas preguntas clínicas que necesitan revisión y/o hay alguna evidencia nueva que justifique un cambio en la recomendación, o simplemente un cambio en el nivel de la recomendación. A veces un tema se vuelve a verificar cuando es prudente incluir los resultados de algún estudio importante reciente. Los estudios no tienen que sugerir un cambio para ser importantes. Usted puede (y debe) leer el documento completo aquí. El documento completo explica el análisis detrás de las recomendaciones y los estudios que fueron considerados en la discusión. Dependiendo de los hallazgos, los diferentes concilios (ej. la American Heart Association) pueden entonces emitir actualizaciones a sus respectivas guías de acuerdo con las recomendaciones de ILCOR. Tratamiento en escena versus RCP durante transporte Sugerimos que los proveedores realicen la resucitación en la escena en vez de realizar el transporte mientras se resucita, a menos que haya una indicación apropiada para justificar el transporte (ej. oxigenación a través de membrana extracorpórea). (Recomendación débil, evidencia de muy baja certeza). Aumento en riesgo de lesiones para los rescatadores. Ahogamiento Las ventilaciones son importantes. Público general: comiencen con compresiones. Profesionales de la salud: comiencen con ventilaciones. Comenzar con las compresiones primero NO supone un retraso significativo. Temperatura pos-paro cardiaco Sugerimos activamente prevenir la fiebre mediante establecer una meta de temperatura igual o menor a 37.5 grados centígrados para pacientes comatosos luego del retorno de circulación espontánea. (Recomendación débil, baja certeza de evidencia) Se sugiere estandarizar la nomenclatura para evitar usar un término que esté vinculado directamente con un protocolo en específico (TTM/MET): Control de temperatura con hipotermia: control activo de temperatura con una meta de temperatura por debajo del parámetro normal. Control de temperatura con normotermia: control activo de temperatura con una meta de temperatura en el rango normal. Control de temperatura con prevención de fiebre: monitoreo de la temperatura y activamente prevenir y tratar la temperatura que esté por encima del rango normal. Ningún control de temperatura: ninguna estrategia de control activo de la temperatura. Sonografía durante el paro cardiaco Sugerimos en contra del uso rutinario de sonografía (POCUS) durante la RCP para diagnosticar causas reversibles del paro cardiaco (recomendación débil, nivel de evidencia muy bajo). Sugerimos que, si la sonografía puede ser realizada por personal experimentado sin interrumpir la RCP, pueda ser considerada como una herramienta diagnóstica adicional cuando hay sospecha clínica presente para una causa reversible (recomendación débil, nivel de evidencia muy bajo). Cualquier uso de sonografía diagnóstica durante RCP debe ser cuidadosamente considerada y sopesada ante el riesgo de interrumpir las compresiones torácicas y malinterpretar los hallazgos sonográficos (declaración de mejores prácticas). En un estudio del 2017, el uso de sonografía durante el paro cardiaco estaba asociado a interrupciones de 21 segundos en promedio. DEA en los niños e infantes. No significa que no se usen. Hay pocos estudios que documentan que un DEA se haya colocado y/o descargado en niños. Los diferentes concilios pueden tomar decisiones sobre sus respectivas guías. Posición de recuperación Colocar al paciente en posición de recuperación. La posición de recuperación no debe afectar la habilidad de verificar la vía aérea, respiración y circulación. Si se dificulta evaluar al paciente, es mejor colocarlo en posición supina. Referencias 2022 International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science With Treatment Recommendations: Summary From the Basic Life Support; Advanced Life Support; Pediatric Life Support; Neonatal Life Support; Education, Implementation, and Teams; and First Aid Task Forces Myra H. Wyckoff, MD, Robert Greif, MD, MME, Peter T. Morley, MBBS, Kee-Chong Ng, MBBS, Mmed(Peds), Theresa M. Olasveengen, MD, PhD, Eunice M. Singletary, MD, Jasmeet Soar, MA, MB, BChir, Adam Cheng, MD, Ian R. Drennan, ACP, PhD, Helen G. Liley, MBChB, Barnaby R. Scholefield, MBBS, MRCPCH, PhD, Michael A. Smyth, BSc(Hons), MSc, PhD, Michelle Welsford, MD, BSc, David A. Zideman, LVO, QHP(C), MBBS, Jason Acworth, MBBS, FRACP(PEM), Richard Aickin, MBChB, Lars W. Andersen, MD, MPH, PhD, DMSc, Diane Atkins, MD, David C. Berry, PhD, MHA, Farhan Bhanji, MD, MSc(Ed), Joost Bierens, MD, PhD, MCDM, MCPM, Vere Borra, PhD, Bernd W. Böttiger, MD, ML, DEAA, Richard N. Bradley, MD, Janet E. Bray, RN, PhD, Jan Breckwoldt, MD, MME, Clifton W. Callaway, MD, PhD, Jestin N. Carlson, MD, MS, Pascal Cassan, MD, Maaret Castrén, MD, PhD, Wei-Tien Chang, MD, PhD, Nathan P. Charlton, MD, Sung Phil Chung, MD, PhD, Julie Considine, RN, PhD, Daniela T. Costa-Nobre, MD, MHS, PhD, Keith Couper, RN, PhD, Thomaz Bittencourt Couto, MD, PhD, Katie N. Dainty, MSc, PhD, Peter G. Davis, MBBS, MD, Maria Fernanda de Almeida, MD, PhD, Allan R. de Caen, MD, Charles D. Deakin, MA, MD, Therese Djärv, MD, PhD, Michael W. Donnino, MD, Matthew J. Douma, PhD(c), MN, RN, Jonathan P. Duff, MD, Cody L. Dunne, MD, Kathryn Eastwood, PhD, BParamedicStud, BNurse, Walid El-Naggar, MD, Jorge G. Fabres, MD, MSPH, Joe Fawke, MBChB, Judith Finn, PhD, RN, Elizabeth E. Foglia, MD, MA, MSCE, Fredrik Folke, MD, PhD, Elaine Gilfoyle, MD, MMEd, Craig A. Goolsby, MD, MEd, Asger Granfeldt, MD, PhD, DMSc, Anne-Marie Guerguerian, MD, PhD, Ruth Guinsburg, MD, PhD, Karen G. Hirsch, MD, Mathias J. Holmberg, MD, MPH, PhD, Shigeharu Hosono, MD, PhD, Ming-Ju Hsieh, MD, MSc, PhD, Cindy H. Hsu, MD, PhD, Takanari Ikeyama, MD, Tetsuya Isayama, MD, MSc, PhD, Nicholas J. Johnson, MD, Vishal S. Kapadia, MD, MSCS, Mandira Daripa Kawakami, MD, PhD, Han-Suk Kim, MD, PhD, Monica Kleinman, MD, David A. Kloeck, MBBCh, FCPaed, Crit Care (SA), Peter J. Kudenchuk, MD, Anthony T. Lagina, MD, Kasper G. Lauridsen, MD, PhD, Eric J. Lavonas, MD, MS, Henry C. Lee, MD, MS, Yiqun (Jeffrey) Lin, MD, MHSc, PhD, Andrew S. Lockey, MBChB, PhD, Ian K. Maconochie, MBBS, LMSSA, PhD, R. John Madar, MBBS, Carolina Malta Hansen, MD, PhD, Siobhan Masterson, PhD, Tasuku Matsuyama, MD, PhD, Christopher J.D. McKinlay, MBChB, PhD, DipProfEthics, Daniel Meyran, MD, Patrick Morgan, MBChB, DipIMC, RCSEd, Laurie J. Morrison, MD, MSc, Vinay Nadkarni, MD, Firdose L. Nakwa, MBBCh, MMed (Paeds), Kevin J. Nation, NZRN, Ziad Nehme, , PhD, Michael Nemeth, MA, Robert W. Neumar, MD, PhD, Tonia Nicholson, MBBS, BScPsych, Nikolaos Nikolaou, MD, Chika Nishiyama, RN, DrPH, Tatsuya Norii, MD, Gabrielle A. Nuthall, MBChB, Brian J. O'Neill, MD, Yong-Kwang Gene Ong, MBBS, MRCPCH, Aaron M. Orkin, MD, MSc, PHH, PhD, Edison F. Paiva, MD, PhD, Michael J. Parr, MBBS, Catherine Patocka, MDCM, MHPE, Jeffrey L. Pellegrino, PhD, MPH, Gavin D. Perkins, MBChB, MMEd, MD, Jeffrey M. Perlman, MBChB, Yacov Rabi, MD, Amelia G. Reis, MD, PhD, Joshua C. Reynolds, MD, MS, Giuseppe Ristagno, MD, PhD, Antonio Rodriguez-Nunez, MD, PhD, Charles C. Roehr, MD, PhD, Mario Rüdiger, MD, PhD, Tetsuya Sakamoto, MD, PhD, Claudio Sandroni, MD, Taylor L. Sawyer, DO, Med, Steve M. Schexnayder, MD, Georg M. Schmölzer, MD, PhD, Sebastian Schnaubelt, MD, Federico Semeraro, MD, Markus B. Skrifvars, MD, PhD, Christopher M. Smith, MD, MSc, Takahiro Sugiura, MD, PhD, Janice A. Tijssen, MD, MSc, Daniele Trevisanuto, MD, Patrick Van de Voorde, MD, PhD, Tzong-Luen Wang, MD, PhD, JM, Gary M. Weiner, MD, Jonathan P. Wyllie, MBChB, Chih-Wei Yang, MD, PhD, Joyce Yeung, PhD, MBChB, Jerry P. Nolan, MBChB, Katherine M. Berg, MD In't Veld, M. A. H., Allison, M. G., Bostick, D. S., Fisher, K. R., Goloubeva, O. G., Witting, M. D., & Winters, M. E. (2017). Ultrasound use during cardiopulmonary resuscitation is associated with delays in chest compressions. Resuscitation, 119, 95-98.
Join Nerdy and Claroos on their first read through Robert Jordan's genre defining Wheel Of Time series! Originally recorded live on youtube.com/nerdynightly every Friday at 11am est! Follow Clarus - https://www.beacons.page/claruspolaris Follow Nerdy - https://www.beacons.page/nerdynightly Join the Discord! - https://discord.gg/sZ2xy2bsea Patreon - patreon.com/nerdynightly Business Contact - firstname.lastname@example.org "Nerdy Nightly Theme" by Alex Levitt - @alevitt1990
Leigh Winters shines a light on biotech ingredients vs. natural ingredients, and the importance of intellectual property and genuine innovation for standing out in the beauty industry today.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Growth can be painful, but it's necessary when it comes to becoming an effective leader. In this episode of Transform Your Workplace, host Brandon Laws sits down with Dr. Richard Winters, ER physician and author of You're the Leader: Now What?: Leadership Lessons from Mayo Clinic. The two discuss Dr. Winters' approach to leadership collaboration, decision-making, and growth. TAKEAWAYS The best leaders know when to make a decision based on their experience and when to do so by bringing together people with varied perspectives. Effective leaders approach complex issues as a facilitator, with a clear mind focused on finding the best way forward. If we move forward based on a single perspective, we risk making serious errors. Burnout is an organizational vital sign, and leaders must address it in strategic decision-making. Doing nothing — not innovating or not moving forward — is actually more risky than taking action. A QUICK GLIMPSE INTO OUR PODCAST
Get your Audible free trial at audibletrial.com/nerdynightly! Join Nerdy and Claroos on their first read through Robert Jordan's genre defining Wheel Of Time series! Originally recorded live on youtube.com/nerdynightly every Friday at 11am est! Follow Clarus - https://www.beacons.page/claruspolaris Follow Nerdy - https://www.beacons.page/nerdynightly Join the Discord! - https://discord.gg/sZ2xy2bsea Patreon - patreon.com/nerdynightly Business Contact - email@example.com "Nerdy Nightly Theme" by Alex Levitt - @alevitt1990
Simplicity is really just curating your version of “perfect”. In this week's episode, Jill sits down to learn all about Molly Winters. Molly is a mama, copywriter and epic traveler. She shares her passion of getting back to simplicity and how she took that passion to create her own online business. They also dive into how she was able to travel all summer long in Italy with her family while renting out her home in Bend, Oregon! Amazing, right? Enjoy your walk, commute or however you consume podcasts and thanks for hanging out with us! ✅ RESOURCES Instagram: @Molly.Winters.Writing Website: https://www.mollyzwinters.com/ ✅ QUOTE OF THE DAY "Be grateful for the home you have, knowing that at this moment, all you have is all you need.” ~ Sarah Ban Breathnach ✅ TAKE ACTION CHALLENGE Be mindful and ask yourself often, “Will this simplify my life?” ✅ FOLLOW US Website: simplifiedkhaos.com Instagram: @simplified.khaos Jillian: @nourishthemessy Nick: @nicksimplified CONTACT US Email: firstname.lastname@example.org MUSIC Night Owl by Broke for Free: http://brokeforfree.com/
This week Dr. Winters is back for part two! Last week delved into the nitty-gritty details of social media and his tips for using it to grow your following. Today, he is talking about how you can get started with social media in your own office and how there is a much bigger benefit than just growing your following. We are talking dollars, my friends. Tune in to hear what social media can do for your bottom line and as Ben teases his new business venture Bizzy to help you get started.https://www.getbizzy.social/Instagram- @thebentistofficialTikTok- @TheBentistYouTube- @TheBentist
Episode 22 - Feartie, a Winter's Fable When there is no witness, when guilt cannot be proven, our only punishment is that which remains, that which haunts us. Barbara Buchanan narrates a dark fable which she has written for the dark season. This episode was written, produced and radiophonically designed by Nick Cole-Hamilton: www.youbetterrun.media The Tales From Wyrd Scotland logo was designed by Andrew Cowan: www.andrewcowan.co/ This is a You Better Run Media Production For more wyrdness, follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/TalesWyrd
In this episode, I can speak with Justin Winters, the Co-Founder and Executive Director of One Earth, a non-profit working on solving the climate crisis through energy transition, nature conservation, and regenerative agriculture. We talk about the responsibilities of individual nations on the climate crisis, the biggest levers we have, and why we should all feel positive about our climate goals. We also talk about One.Earth, the first-of-its-kind online database of vetted climate change projects currently seeking funding, an incredible tool to find and support on-going non-profits and initiatives. Links One.earth Marketplace and GSN COP15 was Dec 7-19th, 2022
Cleveland weather forecast calls for wind and snow in upcoming Saints-Browns game The weather forecast for the upcoming New Orleans Saints-Cleveland Browns game on Christmas Eve calls for wind and snow, with a high temperature of just 15 degrees. Weather.com's 10-day forecast describes the expected conditions as “Windy with occasional snow showers. High near 15 Fahrenheit. Winds (southwest) at 25 to 40 (miles per hour). Chance of snow 50%. 1 to 3 inches of snow expected. Higher wind gusts possible.” FirstEnergy Stadium is oriented east-to-west, so while specialists won't be kicking into the wind there should be a cross-breeze that may push kicks awry. We should also expect both teams to lean heavily on their run game. The Browns have one of the NFL's best running backs in Nick Chubb (who is averaging 5.0 yards per carry and 89.4 rushing yards per game this season), and the Saints are asking Alvin Kamara to handle the second-highest average of rushing attempts per game (13.7) of his career. Neither squad has thrown the ball effectively this year. Cleveland welcomed Deshaun Watson into the lineup three weeks ago, but he's clocking just 189.3 passing yards per game while throwing as many touchdown passes as interceptions (2), taking 6 sacks along the way. For comparison, Saints quarterback Andy Dalton is averaging 218.5 passing yards per game this season. Both of these teams want to run the ball and not put the game on their quarterback's shoulders. So we'll see how it works out for them in what's looking like miserable conditions. The Saints don't have a great history in cold-weather games (defined as below 32 degrees Fahrenheit), having gone 2-4 since 2006, but they've won each of their last two games played below-freezing in the 2013 playoffs (at Philadelphia) and in 2010 (at Cincinnati). If you're traveling for this game, be sure to grab some hot cocoa. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today's episode is about "We Are Twisted Sister" (Andrew Horn, 2014). It's about the rise - just the rise, none of the stuff after the rise - of the pioneering shock rock hair metal band Twisted Sister. Our guest is American painter, Mountain Brews and Richard Pictures band member, and Internet Radio Show host Jake Longstreth. File this movie under "way, way better than you thought it was going to be". Rock Docs is hosted by David Lizerbram & Andrew Keatts Twitter: @RockDocsPod Instagram: @RockDocsPod Cover Art by N.C. Winters - check him out on Instagram at @NCWintersArt
Here in Metro Detroit, temperatures are regularly at or below freezing. Welcome to Midwestern winter. But is the heat in your home posing a threat? In a new Daily J, WWJ's Zach Clark examines the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning and how to prevent it. (PHOTO: Getty Images)
What happens to your belongings, your legacy, you family when you pass on? Sabrina Winters, North Carolina Estate Planning Attorney, was inspired by a personal and traumatic family death that led to the importance of estate planning. You don't know what tomorrow is going to bring so you have to plan today. Tune in to Breaking Barriers to hear her journey and tips for setting your family and loved ones up for success and allow your legacy to live on. Get in Contact with Sabrina Winters: https://ncestateplanninginfo.com/
Dave White of the Linoleum Knife podcast and The Wrap joins Brian for a discussion of The Poseidon Adventure, starring Gene Hackman and Shelley Winters! They also talk about Winters' Oscar-winning career and pick her three best films. THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE is available on Dailymotion: https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x8324f8Follow us at filmatfifty.com and @filmatfifty on social media, and please leave us a five-star review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to your podcasts.
Get your Audible free trial at audibletrial.com/nerdynightly! Join Nerdy and Claroos on their first read through Robert Jordan's genre defining Wheel Of Time series! Originally recorded live on youtube.com/nerdynightly every Friday at 11am est! Follow Clarus - https://www.beacons.page/claruspolaris Follow Nerdy - https://www.beacons.page/nerdynightly Join the Discord! - https://discord.gg/sZ2xy2bsea Patreon - patreon.com/nerdynightly Business Contact - email@example.com "Nerdy Nightly Theme" by Alex Levitt - @alevitt1990
Winters are warming faster than any other season here in the U.S. So why are some winter storms getting even more intense? Today, we're going to explore the connections between climate change and extreme winter weather. For this episode, we sat down with atmospheric science expert Dr. Jennifer Francis of the Woodwell Climate Research Center.Dr. Jennifer Francis is a senior scientist at the Woodwell Climate Research Center, and her research is focused on the rapidly changing Arctic. This work engages in why change is occurring, how those changes are affecting the Arctic as well as temperate regions across Earth where billions live. Dr. Francis has devoted more time in recent years towards effective science communication acoss media and helping non-scientists and public officials to gain deeper understanding of why the climate is changing and how it will continue to affect each of us.For more episodes of TILclimate by the MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative, as well as educator guides, sources and further reading, visit https://tilclimate.mit.edu. To receive notifications about new episodes, follow us on Twitter @tilclimate.CreditsLaur Hesse Fisher, Host and ProducerDavid Lishansky, Editor and ProducerAaron Krol, Associate ProducerAdam Nacov, Student Production AssistantSylvia Scharf, Education SpecialistMichelle Harris, Fact CheckerMusic by Blue Dot SessionsArtwork by Aaron Krol
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Leadership is reworking yourself as much as it is guiding others. It is not easy. Dr. Richard Winters joins Kevin to discuss the “now what” of leadership. Often, leaders what to go with their first inclination. However, we need to move the individual genius to the collective genius and get perspective from the entire team. Once you have the conversations, the debates, and the perspectives, you can create a game plan that leads to organizational success. Key Points Dr. Winters shares his ROW Forward framework. He discusses burnout using the PAGERS acronym (Purpose, Autonomy, Growth, Environmental Mastery, Positive Relations, and Self-Acceptance). He talks about engagement and how to better lead one on one discussions. Meet Richard Name: Dr. Richard Winters His Story: Dr. Winters is the author of You're the Leader. Now What? He is an emergency physician at Mayo Clinic. As director of leadership development for the Mayo Clinic Care Network, Dr. Winters delivers programs that train leaders at all levels of healthcare organizations worldwide. As an executive coach, he provides coaching for Mayo Clinic leaders. Winters graduated from the Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine in 1994 and returned to Mayo Clinic in 2015. Worth Mentioning: https://www.richardwinters.com/
In the latest edition of his Search for Meaning podcast, Stephen Wise Temple Senior Rabbi Yoshi Zweiback hosts Julia Mintz, the director of acclaimed Holocaust documentary "Four Winters," a story of Jewish resistance against the Nazis now playing at the Lumiere Cinema in Beverly Hills for a limited engagement. You can purchase TICKETS HERE, and watch the trailer HERE.Awarded the "Human Rights Award" at Hamptons Doc Fest, "Best Documentary" at the Toronto Jewish Film Festival, and an official contender for "Best Documentary Feature" at the 95th Academy Awards, "Four Winters" is a particularly salient film in light of the recent rise in antisemitism. Marjorie Ingall of Tablet called it "a must-see Holocaust movie (no, really)."The film—written, directed, and produced by Mintz—tells story of just some of the over 25,000 Jewish partisans who fought back against the Nazis and their collaborators from deep within the forests of World War II's Eastern Europe, Ukraine, and Belarus. Against extraordinary odds, they escaped Nazi slaughter, transforming from young innocents raised in closely knit families to courageous resistance fighters. Mintz and her team interviewed the last surviving partisans for the film, which reveals a stunning narrative of heroism and resilience that shatters the myth of Jewish passivity."I set out to make this film in search of an answer to my long-lasting childhood question: 'Why didn't the Jews fight back?'" Mintz says. "What I discovered, through the survivors' searing memories, were riveting stories of courageous and inspiring resistance – a chapter in our collective history about the Jewish partisans that needed to be told."
There are seasons in life and your career. We all have Springs and Winters. Maybe even within the same quarter. You can't treat each season the same. You need to pivot and refresh your approach depending on your season. In this episode, I discuss: How to recognize what season your career is inWhy Seasons have nothing to do with your age, tenure, or titleThe signs that prepare you that the next season is comingWhat causes us to force an early Winter and how to use the time strategicallyTips to flourish in each seasonShow notes: Grab a Strengths & Strategy Session HERE. Follow @jillGriffinOffical on Instagram for daily inspiration. Visit JillGriffinCoaching.com for more details on my private and group coaching programs. Follow @jillGriffinOffical on Instagram for daily inspiration. Visit JillGriffinCoaching.com for more details on my private and group coaching programs. Grab a Strengths & Strategy Session HERE.
Author of the book YOU'RE THE LEADER. NOW WHAT? Leadership Lessons from Mayo Clinic. Episode page with video, transcript, and more My guest for Episode #194 of the My Favorite Mistake podcast is Richard Winters, M.D., an emergency physician at the Mayo Clinic. And he's the author of YOU'RE THE LEADER. NOW WHAT? Leadership Lessons from Mayo Clinic. As director of Leadership Development for the Mayo Clinic Care Network and as an executive coach, Dr. Winters provides coaching for Mayo Clinic leaders. Dr. Winters graduated from the Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine in 1994 and returned to Mayo Clinic in 2015. Previously, Winters served as managing partner of a democratic physician group, department chair of an emergency department, and president of an 800-physician medical staff. In this episode, Dr. Winters tells his favorite mistake story about being a little too transparent with physicians in a meeting at Mayo Clinic. Why did so many physicians get upset about this discussion about data around billing practices? Why did it help for him to admit the mistake? How did he adjust and what did he learn from this mistake? We also talk about questions and topics, including: Was it a mistake to be so transparent? Breaking down hierarchy and hearing the perspectives of others Burnout in healthcare, not just doctors but nurses and others… bad before COVID, worse now? Psychological well-being — 6 dimensions What are key signs of burnout? How to recognize it and how to bring it up?? Is burnout different than depression? A mistake to blame the person who is burned out? Resiliency training? Fix the person or fix the environment? Your book — the “now what?” Implies being thrown into a leadership role… is there enough formal leadership education, development, and mentoring in healthcare? How are physicians taught about leading — and being parts of care teams — during medical school and residency? Formal education or seeing the behavior modeled by others? Ronald Heifitz – technical vs adaptive challenges Key differences in the leadership style at Mayo Clinic? Responding to clinical mistakes… medical error, patient harm? To you, what are the ideal leader behaviors? There's normally so much hierarchy in HC… what was the “democratic physician group” that you were a part of, what does that mean? You can now sign up to get new episodes via email, to make sure you don't miss an episode. This podcast is part of the Lean Communicators network. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/favorite-mistake/support
Dr. Richard Winters is a career physician out of the Mayo Clinic focusing on emergency medicine, having served as managing partner for the Democratic Physician Group, department chair of an emergency department, president of an 800-physician medical staff, and CEO and founder of a startup care organization.Dr. Richard has most recently grown into the role of a trainer, executive coach, and developer of future leaders. He dives into how he leverages the skills he's seen in his career environment to help new and developing leaders sharpen their skills.We talk about what it means to create a shared reality, how to identify the fears and worries of your team, and how to infuse a shared vision of what success looks like.If you're looking to up-level your leadership skills, visit the1thing.com to see our free resources, paid offerings, and more.To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: the1thing.com/pods.We talk about:The parallels between being a good physician and a good leaderThe importance of collaboration in good leadersQuestioning best practices and assumptionsIntentionally acknowledging your fears and doubtsCreating a shared reality in the workplaceLinks & Tools from This EpisodeLearn more at richardwinters.comRead: You're the Leader: Now What?Free ResourcesWant to be a guest or share feedback? Email firstname.lastname@example.org***If you're going to learn a new skill, why not learn from the masters?With MasterClass, you can learn from the world's best minds - anytime, anywhere, and at your own pace. With over 180 classes from a range of world-class instructors, that thing you've always wanted to do is closer than you think.This holiday, give one annual membership and get one free! Go to MasterClass.com/one today.***This Thanksgiving, it's important to be thankful to the people in our lives.We can also be grateful for those who make our work lives easier. That's why it's so important to have the right people on your team. And if you want to hire these people for your business, you need ZipRecruiter.You can try it for FREE at ZipRecruiter.com/onething.
Welcome to an episode with a practicing emergency physician at Mayo Clinic, Dr. Richard Winters. Get Dr. Richard's book here. As a physician, Dr. Richard shares how he managed, adapted, and remained calm during times of covid. He discussed some of the best practices that can be adapted from the medical field into the space of business. We speak about leadership, administration, and leveraging your expertise to be effective in your career. In this episode, we also discussed one of the traps that most leaders face today where they strive to become successful in their career, and groom and develop new leaders while taking into account the fear of being replaced. As director of Leadership Development for the Mayo Clinic Care Network, Dr. Winters facilitates retreats and delivers programs that train leaders at healthcare organizations worldwide. Dr. Winters graduated from the Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine in 1994. He is board certified and residency trained in Emergency Medicine from the University of California, San Francisco at Fresno. He graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas Executive and Professional Coaching Program and is a professional certified coach through the International Coaching Federation. He completed a Healthcare Management Executive MBA from the University of Texas at Dallas and UT Southwestern Medical Center. He obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Prior to his work at Mayo Clinic, Dr. Winters served as managing partner of a democratic physician group, chair of emergency medicine, president of an 800-physician medical staff, and CEO/founder of a managed care startup. He lives in Rochester, Minnesota with his family. Get Dr. Richard's book here: You're the Leader. Now What? : Leadership Lessons from Mayo Clinic. Dr. Richard Winters Enjoying our podcast? Get access to sample advanced training episode here: www.firmsconsulting.com/promo
LifeBlood: We talked about developing leaders, the unique challenges facing medical doctors, the importance of being able to understand and speak a common vernacular, and how to get leaders what they need to serve and excel, with Dr. Richard Winters, Emergency Room Physician at the Mayo Clinic and Director of Leadership Development for the Mayo Clinic Care Network. Listen to learn why you need to pay close attention to how you're allocating your resources! You can learn more about Richard at RichardWinters.com, Twitter and LinkedIn. Get your copy of You're the Leader, Now What? HERE Thanks, as always for listening! If you got some value and enjoyed the show, please leave us a review here: https://ratethispodcast.com/lifebloodpodcast You can learn more about us at LifeBlood.Live, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, YouTube and Facebook or you'd like to be a guest on the show, contact us at contact@LifeBlood.Live. Stay up to date by getting our monthly updates. Want to say “Thanks!” You can buy us a cup of coffee. https://www.buymeacoffee.com/lifeblood
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Like all technologies, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is not immune to the waves of obscurity, hyped promotion, plateauing of interest, and decline. In fact, the AI industry has been through two such major waves of interest, hype, plateau, and decline, commonly referred to as the “AI Winters”. In this episode of the AI Today podcast hosts Kathleen Walch and Ron Schmelzer define an “AI Winter” at a high level. Continue reading AI Today Podcast: AI Glossary Series: AI Winters at Cognilytica.
Today we are going to be tackling some difficult conversations! Literally. My guest today is all about the hard conversations. Barb Winters is the founder of Hopeful Mom: supporting parents in an online world, where she offers encouragement and practical tips from the perspective of a mom of a recovering pornography addict. Barb is a certified Sexual Risk Avoidance Specialist and works as Lead Facilitator at E3 Family Solutions, Inc. equipping middle school and high school students to avoid risky behaviors and make healthy choices. Barb's book, Sexpectations: Helping the Next Generation Navigate Healthy Relationships, releases August 2023. @difficult.conversations https://hopefulmom.net/Make sure to check us out on Instagram!@email@example.comIf you want a speaker in your school, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get you hooked up! OR fill out the form below.https://savethekids.wufoo.com/forms/z14ppj991ad9jfq/If you want to support STK, use on of the affiliate links bellow for GABB and Pinwheel phones (STK approved and safe for kids)https://www.pinwheel.com/?via=lizhttps://gabbwireless.com/ - code STK The Foundation of Daily Health, AG1 by Athletic GreensUnlock Your Free One Year Supply of Vitamin D3+K2 and 5 free Travel Packs Support the show