Ralph welcomes Toby Heaps, co-founder and editor-in-chief of the Canadian magazine “Corporate Knights,” which ranks the world's 100 most sustainable corporations. And we welcome back Dr. Bandy Lee, psychiatrist and editor of “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump” to discuss Donald Trump's continuing hold on 30% of the American population.Toby Heaps is the CEO and co-founder of Corporate Knights, and Editor-in-Chief of Corporate Knights magazine. He spearheaded the first global ranking of the world's 100 most sustainable corporations in 2005, and in 2007 coined the term “clean capitalism.” Toby has been published in the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, and the Globe and Mail, and is a regular guest speaker on CBC.You see these stories happening all over the world, whether it's from the oil companies or the electric power companies, fossil power companies, or food companies, or real estate companies. And the ones who are going all in, investing big in the green economy and the more sustainable economy are, more often than not, the ones who are hitting the biggest numbers financially.Toby Heaps, Corporate KnightsWe don't want to just be doing a beauty contest or be subject to the latest headline. We're trying to do something that's reasonably rooted in evidence, and it can be defensible, and it can be considered fair. And we recognize that none of the big companies that we rank are perfect— they all have major issues, which is kind of the nature of the human condition.Toby Heaps, Corporate KnightsDr. Bandy Lee is a medical doctor, a forensic psychiatrist, and a world expert on violence who taught at Yale School of Medicine and Yale Law School for 17 years before transferring recently to Columbia and Harvard. She is currently president of the World Mental Health Coalition, an educational organization that assembles mental health experts to collaborate with other disciplines for the betterment of public mental health and public safety. She is the editor of The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump: 37 Psychiatrists and Mental Health Experts Assess a President and Profile of a Nation: Trump's Mind, America's Soul.Essentially, [Trump] did not have the capacity to have ideologies or policies. He can't think at that level. What he can do is to manipulate psychologically those who are vulnerably predisposed and those who have formed emotional bonds with him.Dr. Bandy LeeThese are the kinds of effects that we expect from having a person with severe mental symptoms holding an influential position and having lots of public exposure. We do have a propagation of symptoms. I've been calling this the “Trump Contagion” but what it really is is shared psychosis, which is a psychosocial phenomenon that's been researched and described since around the mid-19th century.Dr. Bandy Lee[Trump voters] are still with him. But they would never support a friend or a neighbor who lied all the time, who had power over them, who described things that weren't real about what was going on around them or what he did in the past, or who cheated his workers.Ralph NaderIn Case You Haven't Heard with Francesco DeSantis1. The United Autoworkers Union is on strike against the big three automakers. Just before the strike began, the Lever reported that General Motors claimed the union's demands “would threaten our ability to do what's right for the long-term benefit of the team.” Yet, for all their crying poverty, the Big Three “have reported $21 billion in profits in just the first six months of 2023,” and “have authorized $5 billion in stock buybacks.” The union's strategy is also worth touching on, as it is novel for this industry. Instead of all workers going on strike at once, the union plans on “targeting a trio of strategic factories while keeping 90 percent of its members working under expired contracts,” per Axios. However, this story notes the ways industry plans to strike back, notably by utilizing quasi-lockouts at active plants.2. In a nigh-unprecedented shot across the bow, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit has issued a “‘writ of body attachment', directing the United States Marshals Service to take two corporate officials of Haven Salon + Spa in Muskego, Wisconsin into custody [after they] repeatedly failed and refused to comply with an enforced [National Labor Relations] Board order.” This followed years of opportunities for the corporate officials to settle this dispute and represents the strongest signal so far that the re-energized NLRB will use every weapon in its legal arsenal to protect workers. The Board's full statement is available at NLRB.gov.3. The Washington Post reports that since retaking power in Afghanistan, the Taliban has “all but extinguished al-Qaeda.” Yet buried within this story is a much more intriguing tidbit. According to this piece, “The CIA shares counterterrorism information with the Taliban,” per a senior Biden administration official. This official emphasized that this does not include “targeting data or ‘actionable intelligence,'” raising the question of what information exactly the CIA is passing along to the Taliban. 4. In Maine, voters are set to decide on a proposal to “turn the state's two big private electric companies—Central Maine Power and Versant—into Pine Tree Power, a nonprofit, publicly run utility,” per Bill McKibben in the Nation. McKibben points out that the private utility companies “sent $187 million in profits out of Maine last year—much of it to shareholders in such far-flung places as Qatar, Norway, and Canada.” Moreover, this move could lower rates by “an average of $367 per household per year.” Bernie Sanders has endorsed this effort, declaring “Power belongs in the hands of the people, not greedy corporations.”5. In an effort to combat food deserts, Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson has announced the city will explore the possibility of opening a municipally-owned grocery store. The announcement highlighted that “Historic disinvestment has led to inequitable access to food retail across Chicago, [which] have been exacerbated as at least six grocery stores closed on the South and West sides over the past two years.” This project would seek to provide healthy food for South and West side residents, as well as an economic anchor in these communities.6. From Variety: The California Senate has passed a bill to “grant unemployment benefits to workers who are on strike,” in a major win for the Writers Guild, SAG-AFTRA, and organized labor more generally. If signed, this will go into effect January 1st, 2024. Currently, only New York and New Jersey offer this safety net to striking workers.7. A story in LA Public Press traces the disturbing rise of so-called “Tenant relocators.” According to the story, “Lawmakers, tenants and tenant groups say that, across Los Angeles, landlords are buying rent-controlled buildings predominantly occupied by immigrants and using illegal tenant harassment to force people out so they can re-rent their units at market rate.” Further, “Organizers...say tenant harassment is so profitable that it has become an industry in its own right, and that the industry has spawned a profession: the tenant relocator, who cajoles or threatens tenants into leaving while their building falls to pieces around them.” This is yet another case showing the stunning lengths the rich will go to in order to acquire yet more wealth.8. In Atlanta, over 115,000 signatures have been collected and submitted calling for a referendum on the “Cop City,” project. Yet, when these signatures were submitted, the Clerk's Office refused to accept them, citing obscure deadline rules. Now, Georgia Senator Raphael Warnock is weighing in with a letter to Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens urging the City to “err on the side of giving people the ability to express their views,” the Atlanta Voice reports. This contentious project will likely continue to be a political flash-point going forward.9. Arundhati Roy, the world-famous Indian dissident writer, received a major European essay prize on September 12th. She used this opportunity to deliver an explosive speech warning of the danger posed to the world by “the dismantling of democracy in India.” Roy is explicit in naming “India's descent…into first majoritarianism and then full-blown fascism,” and goes into gut-churning detail concerning the plight of religious minorities in what used to be called the world's largest democracy. The full speech is available on YouTube.10. Finally, Yahoo News reports that back in 2015, “Elon Musk Stormed Into the Tesla Office Furious That Autopilot Tried to Kill Him.” Taken from the new blockbuster biography of the tech magnate, the story goes on to say that the Tesla autopilot, “thrown off by the road's faded lane lines,” steered into and almost hit oncoming traffic. This, the book argues, was due to Musk's insistence on removing light detection and ranging technology – better known as LiDAR – from his vehicles in an attempt to cut costs. Ultimately, the autopilot was not actually fixed; instead, Musk's chief of staff Sam Teller got the faded lane lines repainted. That may be a functional solution for the world's richest man, but personally, I wouldn't take my chances. Get full access to Ralph Nader Radio Hour at www.ralphnaderradiohour.com/subscribe
Tisha Schuller welcomes Kristina Wyatt, chief sustainability officer at Persefoni, to the Energy Thinks podcast. Listeners will hear Kristina cover what she expects of the upcoming SEC climate disclosure rule. Kristina started at Persefoni in 2022 as senior vice president of Global Regulatory Climate Disclosure. Prior to her start at the company, she was the senior counsel for climate and ESG to the SEC's director of the Division of Corporate Finance where she worked on the rule. Kristina also is a former director of sustainability and a former senior counsel at the law firm Latham & Watkins. She received a B.A. in philosophy from Duke, a law degree from the University of Colorado, and an MBA from Yale School of Management. Follow all things Adamantine Energy and subscribe to Tisha's weekly Both of These Things Are True email newsletter at www.energythinks.com. Thanks to Adán Rubio who makes the Energy Thinks podcast possible. [Interview recorded on Aug. 21, 2023]
What's in your pockets right now? Phone, wallet, keys… maybe some discarded receipts or old gum? This show's all about what we carry with us every day: from flashlights the size of a lip balm to a life-saving medicine. GUESTS: Bernard Capulong: Founder and Editor-in-Chief of everydaycarry.com Hannah Carlson: Senior Lecturer in the Apparel Department at the Rhode Island School of Design. She's also the author of “Pockets: An Intimate History of How We Keep Things Close” Dr. Mona Gohara: Private practice dermatologist and Associate Clinical Professor of Dermatology at the Yale School of Medicine. She's also an advocate around increasing inclusivity in dermatology. Peter Canning: Hartford paramedic and an EMS coordinator at John Dempsey hospital. He's also the author of “Killing Season: A Paramedic's Dispatches from the Front Lines of the Opioid Epidemic” Drew John Ladd: Writer Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. The Colin McEnroe Show is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, TuneIn, Listen Notes, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode. Subscribe to The Noseletter, an email compendium of merriment, secrets, and ancient wisdom brought to you by The Colin McEnroe Show. Colin McEnroe and Cat Pastor contributed to this show.Support the show: http://www.wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. Harvey Risch of Yale School of Medicine- The Rise in Aggressive 'Turbo Cancers' and Dr. Peter McCollough- Pull All COVID Jabs. Peter McCollough speaks to European Union Fatal COVID Vaccinations @P_McCulloughMD tells @EmeraldRobinson he backs calls to pull all Covid jabs off the European market Harvey Risch: Rise in Aggressive 'Turbo Cancers'–And Especially Among Younger People Dr. Peter McCollough speaks to European Union Fatal COVID Vaccinations Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH™ @P_McCulloughMD That's #courageousdiscourse! Great journalism! @EmeraldRobinson The Absolute Truth with @EmeraldRobinson @AbsoluteWithE Dr. Peter McCullough spoke in front of European Union to warn members about the fatal Covid jabs. @P_McCulloughMD tells @EmeraldRobinson he backs calls to pull all Covid jabs off the European market and to withdrawal from the corrupt World Health Organization. Dr. Harvey Risch: Rise in Aggressive 'Turbo Cancers'–And Especially Among Younger People | ATL:NOW American Thought Leaders Views 135.1K • September-11-2023 “What clinicians have been seeing,” says Dr. Harvey Risch, “is very strange things: For example, 25-year-olds with colon cancer, who don't have family histories of the disease—that's basically impossible along the known paradigm for how colon cancer works—and other long-latency cancers that they're seeing in very young people.” Dr. Risch is Professor Emeritus of Epidemiology in the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at the Yale School of Public Health and Yale School of Medicine. His research has focused extensively on the causes of cancer as well as prevention and early diagnosis. We discuss the rise of what are called “turbo cancers” and what may be causing them. “Some of these cancers are so aggressive that between the time that they're first seen and when they come back for treatment after a few weeks, they've grown dramatically compared to what oncologists would have expected for the way cancer normally progresses,” Dr. Risch says.
Talk Art special episode with WePresent! We meet artist FIZA KHATRI to discuss their recent paintings. Their work represents intimate portraits and gatherings of human and nonhuman inhabitants of their community. They remix imagery from lived experiences, imagined fantasies, sacred landscapes, and archival research to imbricate the social, sacral, and political stakes of building ecosystems of cohabitation. Fiza Khatri was born and grew up in Karachi, Pakistan. They currently live in New Haven, CT and are an MFA candidate at the Yale School of Art in Painting and Printmaking. Follow @fklmnop on Instagram and visit Fiza's website: https://www.fizakhatri.com/Russell Tovey is WeTransfer's third Guest Curator across 2023 where he spotlights LGBTQIA+ artists that have inspired him. The selected artists of the Guest Curatorship have been given a platform on WePresent, the arts arm of WeTransfer, and on these TalkArt episodes. As part of this collaboration, WePresent will also launch Russell Tovey's documentary Life is Excellent and present a tour of four performances of BLUE NOW, a live version of Derek Jarman's film BLUE directed by Neil Bartlett and performed by Russell Tovey alongside three other performers. As a certified B Corporation™, WeTransfer has long been a champion of using business as a force for good. Since its founding in 2009, WeTransfer has donated up to 30% of its advertising space to support artists and social causes, and commissioned original projects for its Oscar-winning arts platform WePresent. Last year, WeTransfer also launched its Supporting Act Foundation to support emerging creative talent through arts education, grants, and an annual prize.With more then more than 80 million monthly active users in 190 countries, WeTransfer is a platform by creators for creators. Its ecosystem of creative productivity tools makes it easy to collaborate, share and deliver work. Follow @WePresent on Instagram and visit https://wepresent.wetransfer.com/ to stay up to date on Russell Tovey's Guest Curatorship on WePresent, the arts arm of WeTransfer. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Melissa Romo has more than 20 years' experience as a business leader for FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 companies and has spent more than a decade building, leading and working in globally dispersed teams. She earned an MBA from the Yale School of Management, where she studied organizational behavior and leadership. Her new book is Your Resource is Human: How Empathetic Leadership Can Help Remote Teams Rise Above (April 2023). A summary...Remote working is here to stay. But 65% of remote workers say they feel isolated, and many managers struggle to know how to support them. This new book gives counsel and courage for remote and hybrid leaders to know how to embrace empathy, drive culture, and build connections to maximize their leadership impact in the new world of hybrid work. Book: https://amzn.to/3r4mMx6 Website: https://www.melissaromoauthor.com/
Dr. Florence Comite, M.D. is a clinician-scientist and innovator in the field of precision medicine, internationally known for her expertise in leveraging N-of-1 data to detect, predict, and reverse disorders of aging for optimal health and vitality. In 2005, Dr. Comite is a graduate of Yale School of Medicine where she was a faculty member for 25 years, with a triple appointment in Endocrinology (Internal Medicine and Pediatrics) and Reproductive Endocrinology (Gynecology and Andrology). Dr. Comite trained at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, National Institutes of Health (NIH). In 1992, Dr. Comite founded Women's Health at Yale. She also founded the Center for Precision Medicine & Health in New York City, where she established a clinically proven, academic approach to personalized health care, structured as a clinical trial. She is author of the book: Keep It Up: The Power of Precision Medicine to Conquer Low T and Revitalize Your Life.By integrating and interpreting genomic, metabolomic, phenotypic, and digital health data, the Center provides predictive analysis and actionable guidance for the individual patient. Dr. Comite's global clientele spans the population, from forward-thinking physicians, to jet-setting executives, and self-quantifying millennials. Dr. Comite's startup GROQ Health™ scales her unique approach to personalized, actionable precision medicine as a digital application.You can find more information about her at:comitemd.comGroqhealth.comInstagram: @comitecenterX: @GroqhealthdrDr Greg's clinic:vibrantlifedc.com
What's the evidence supporting the existence of an MS prodromal phase — where the biology of the disease has begun but the symptoms typical of MS have not yet appeared? Are there biomarkers to help identify it? Imaging abnormalities? And how can diagnosing a prodrome benefit patients?Join us as we discuss these questions with Dr. Naila Makhani from Yale School of Medicine, in this video podcast issue of eMultipleSclerosis Review.Take our post-test to claim CME credits.Read this podcast's companion newsletter here. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode, Dr. Marc Brackett, author of Permission to Feel, discusses the importance of emotional self-awareness, and explains that emotional self-awareness is the ability to identify and label our emotions. This skill is essential for understanding our own emotional states and making informed decisions. He explains that it can lead to improved mental health, stronger relationships, and better decision-making. Emotionally self-aware individuals are better able to manage their emotions, resolve conflict, and build trust with others. He further describes how the How We Feel app helps users develop emotional self-awareness. The app prompts users to label their emotions and provides feedback on their accuracy. This process helps users to become more aware of their emotional responses to different situations. Marc is founding director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and professor in the Child Study Center, Yale School of Medicine at Yale University. As a researcher for over 20 years, Marc has focused on the role of emotions and emotional intelligence in learning, decision making, creativity, relationships, health, and performance. Most recently, with Pinterest co-founder Ben Silbermann, Marc and his team co-created the Apple award-winning app, HowWeFeel, that was designed to teach emotion skills and enhance well-being. Marc is the lead developer of RULER, a systemic, evidence-based approach to social and emotional learning that has been adopted by over 4,500 schools across the United States and in other countries, including Australia, China, England, Italy, Mexico, and Spain. RULER, which has reached over 4 million children, infuses social and emotion learning into the immune system of schools by enhancing how school administrators lead, educators teach, students learn, and families parent.Marc is also the co-founder of Oji Life Lab, a corporate learning firm that develops innovative digital learning systems for emotional intelligence. For more information on Dr. Brackett please visit: https://www.marcbrackett.com/ For additional information on the How We Feel app please visit https://howwefeel.org/
There's a stereotypical depiction of concussions in movies and TV shows: someone - often an athlete, gets hit in the head, falls down, and everyone crowds around them and asks them if they know what day it is. Then, the patient, spends the next two weeks lying alone in the dark. But in recent years we have developed a new understanding about concussions -- how they happen, their severity, and how best to treat them. We hear from Dr. Bulent Omay, the Chief of Neurotrauma and Neurosurgery at the Yale School of Medicine. We also hear from a practicing physical therapist who specializes in brain injury treatment. And we learn about Concussion Box, a non-profit dedicated to supporting TBI patients. Have you ever had a concussion? How did it affect you then, and is it still impacting you today? We want to hear from you. GUESTS: Dr. Bulent Omay: Chief of Neutrotrauma at the Yale School of Medicine. Dr. Vanessa Cornwell Chiu: a practicing physical therapist Eliana Bloomfield: Wesleyan undergrad student and founder of ConcussionBox, a non-profit that aims to support people experiencing concussions Support the show: http://wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this incredible conversation, U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, MD, makes a “House Call” at The New School at Commonweal--to talk with one of his long-time mentors and friends, Dr. Rachel Naomi Remen. You can join us for the conversation on New School channels, or find it on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services channels as well: hhs.gov/surgeongeneral/priorities/house-calls. As Dr. Murthy says, “In an increasingly complex world, knowing ourselves and finding ways to express love is what this episode of House Calls is all about.” U.S. Surgeon General Vivek H. Murthy, MD Dr. Vivek H. Murthy was confirmed by the U.S. Senate in March 2021 to serve as the 21st Surgeon General of the United States. He previously served as the 19th Surgeon General under President Obama. As the Nation's Doctor, the Surgeon General's mission is to help lay the foundation for a healthier country, relying on the best scientific information available to provide clear, consistent, and equitable guidance and resources for the public. As the Vice Admiral of the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, Dr. Murthy commands a uniformed service of over 6,000 dedicated public health officers, serving the most underserved and vulnerable populations. He is also the host of House Calls with Dr. Vivek Murthy, a podcast highlighting the healing power of conversations. The first Surgeon General of Indian descent, Dr. Murthy was raised in Miami and is a graduate of Harvard, the Yale School of Medicine, and the Yale School of Management. A renowned physician, research scientist, entrepreneur, and author, he lives in Washington, DC with his wife, Dr. Alice Chen, and their two children. Rachel Naomi Remen, MD Rachel Naomi Remen is the co-founder and medical director of the Commonweal Cancer Help Program. She is clinical professor emeritus of family and community medicine at the UCSF School of Medicine and professor of family medicine at Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine in Ohio. In 1991, she founded the Remen Institute for the Study of Health and Illness (RISHI) at Commonweal, a national training institute for physicians, nurses, medical students, nursing students, veterinarians and other health professionals who wish to practice a health care of compassion, meaning, service and community. She is an internationally recognized medical educator whose innovative discovery model course in professionalism, resiliency and relationship-centered care for medical students, The Healer's Art, is taught at more than 90 American medical schools and schools in seven countries abroad. Her bestselling books “Kitchen Table Wisdom” and “My Grandfather's Blessings” have been published in 23 languages and have millions of copies in print. In recognition of her contribution to medicine and medical education, she has received numerous awards including three honorary degrees, the prestigious Bravewell Award as one of the earliest pioneers of Integrative Medicine and Relationship Centered Care. In 2013, she was voted the Gold-Headed Cane award by UCSF School of Medicine for excellence in embodying and teaching the qualities and values of the true physician. Find out more about The New School at Commonweal on our website: tns.commonweal.org. And like/follow our Soundcloud channel for more great podcasts.
In the seventh episode of the series, Professor Lennox is joined by Cynthia Germanotta and Dr Claudia-Santi F. Fernandes from Born This Way Foundation, and Professor Mina Fazel from Oxford's Department of Psychiatry, to examine how to best help support the mental health of young people. Cynthia Germanotta is President and Co-Founder of Born This Way Foundation and Global Goodwill Ambassador for Mental Health at the World Health Organization. Cynthia co-founded Born This Way Foundation with her daughter, Lady Gaga, in 2012. Since then, the Foundation has connected with tens of thousands of young people across the world, launched innovative youth-focused programming, and conducted cutting edge research. Dr. Claudia-Santi F. Fernandes is Born This Way Foundation's Director of Research and Evaluation. Dr. Fernandes spearheads the Foundation's research strategy, providing scientific expertise in the design and implementation of youth-led initiatives and impactful programming. Dr. Fernandes also holds a faculty appointment as an assistant clinical professor of the Child Study Center and in Biomedical Informatics and Data Science at the Yale School of Medicine. Mina Fazel is Professor of Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Oxford. Her journey into the field of child and adolescent psychiatry was driven by her interest in understanding the impact of environmental factors on mental health. Since 2019, her team has been running the OxWell Student Survey, with over 40,000 children taking part in the 2023 version of the survey, it provides invaluable information for tailoring mental health provision to meet individual needs. In this episode, they discuss some of Born This Way Foundation's activities, including the Be There Certificate and #BeKind365, how school-based interventions can help improve the mental health of young people, and the importance of kindness.
It's our 250th podcast, and in this special episode we focus on the future. We ask leading figures across the art world to tell us about their hopes and concerns for the visual arts. Among them are Max Hollein, the director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Bénédicte Savoy, the co-author of the Saar-Savoy report into the restitution of cultural heritage, Shanay Jhaveri, the head of visual arts at the Barbican, the Berlin-based curator Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung, Kymberly Pinder, the dean of Yale School of Art, and the artist Tomás Saraceno. Host Ben Luke is then joined by three core members of The Art Newspaper's team and regular guests in the first 249 episodes of this podcast: editors-at-large Cristina Ruiz and Georgina Adam and our contemporary art correspondent Louisa Buck discuss the present and future of museums and heritage, art and artists and the art market. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week's episode is for anyone who has areas of their lives they feel helpless and powerless to change.In this episode, I talk about learned helplessness and how it may be showing up in your life and impacting your ability to move forward in areas you'd really like to change.Perhaps it's in the area of health and fitness, money, career, relationships, or even in your ability to overcome your own mind so you feel free to live a life of your own design.Learned helplessness refers to feeling powerless to help yourself now and in the future, due to the experience of being powerless in the past. When we feel powerless about the future, our motivation to keep looking for ways to help ourselves is dramatically reduced.Why would we want to keep trying and putting forth effort when we subconsciously believe that nothing we do will change the outcome or get us the desired result?This is where bringing awareness to learned helplessness and how it relates to motivation to change can be incredibly insightful. We can bring this understanding to our own lives and see where we might be holding ourselves back so that we can leverage this knowledge and start to gain some authority over it. What are you believing about your ability to influence your future?Walk through an exercise to see how asking yourself specific questions about your beliefs can shift you out of the frozen, powerless state and help you gain a sense of control over the direction of your life.------Cited in this episode:Slides | Motivation for Change: Overcoming Helplessness by the Yale School of Medicine (on Addiction)Martin Seligman, Ph.D. (considered the founder/pioneer of the science of Positive Psychology; author of numerous books on learned helplessness and its opposite, learned optimism (or learned hopefulness about the future); TED Talk speaker: The New Era of Positive Psychology (2004)------Original intro/outro music by JMW------1:1 mindset coaching isn't just for athletes or select special people. It's for anyone who wants to ask more of themselves but knows their thinking is getting in the way.Uncover what's holding you back. Learn tools and concepts to challenge your thinking and regulate your emotions so you can set goals you want and be able to do the belief work to meet them, rather than playing small and living at the effect of your unchallenged beliefs in your unmanaged mind.It's not about following the crowd. It's giving yourself permission to think outside the box to find inspiration and processes that resonate with your brain so you can finally feel what it's like to live a life that feels true and meaningful for you.If this is work you're excited to do, you'll want to sign up for my free offering (a 90-minute deep dive coaching call) so you can experience firsthand what it would be like to work together and learn how mindset coaching can uplevel your life.To book a call, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: "Book a 90-minute call."At the end of the day, we have one life.How do you want to live yours?Think about it.And then, let's get to work.------Interested in mindset work and the practice of mindfulness and using tools to help you manage your mind to live a happier, more peaceful, successful life? You can also follow me on Instagram: @_thisonelife
Credits: 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ CME/CE Information and Claim Credit: https://www.pri-med.com/online-cme-ce/podcast/nhlbi-sarcoidosis-in-lungs Overview: “Sarcoidosis in the Lungs: What Primary Care Providers Should Know” is a CME podcast episode produced by Pri-Med in partnership with Learn More Breathe Better®, a program of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health. In this episode, we are joined by Dr. George Mensah, Director of the NHLBI Center for Translation Research and Implementation Science, and Dr. Mridu Gulati, Associate Professor of Medicine at Yale School of Medicine. We'll be discussing what general practitioners should know about sarcoidosis, including the risk factors, symptoms, challenges in diagnosis, and how sarcoidosis is treated.
In this episode of Flanigan's Eco-Logic, Ted speaks with Chéri Smith, President and CEO of the The Alliance for Tribal Clean Energy. ATCE is an Indigenous-led nonprofit that supports the self-determined efforts of Native American tribes transitioning to a clean energy future. It was founded in 2016 by Chéri, and formerly known as the Indigenous Energy Initiative (IEI).Chéri also serves as an Advisor to the Yale School of Business and the Environment, served as an Advisory Board member for the Masters in Renewable Energy degree program at Penn State, and as a Buffalo & Erie County, NY Workforce Investment Board Director. She is an MIT Indigenous Communities Fellow, a Cordes Fellow, and a Climate Leader, trained by former Vice President, Al Gore.She has 20+ years of experience in senior leadership and consulting roles with organizations including Tesla/SolarCity, U.S. Department of Energy, Interstate Renewable Energy Council, American Council on Renewable Energy, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, and Boston University.She and Ted discuss her background, born and raised in the Boston area, descended through both of her parents, from the Mi'kmaq nation of Northern Maine and the Canadian Maritimes. They also discuss the evolution of Indigenous Energy Initiative, from its grassroots origins to becoming the Alliance for Tribal Clean Energy. With the passing of the IRA, The Alliance is providing the critical technical and financial assistance and wrap-around services tribes are currently seeking in order to build their own capacity – to access and manage the historic amounts of federal energy infrastructure and climate funding, and to ensure these historic investments are implemented in an equitable and just way. As a 25-year veteran of the renewable energy sector, Chéri is leveraging her deep experience and relationships to support tribes in their self-determined pursuit of renewable energy as a means to diminish poverty, mitigate climate change, and restore true sovereignty and hope.
Andy Golden is the President of Princeton University's Investment Management Company (PRINCO). Having grown from $3B at the time of his arrival in 1995 to $22.5B today, PRINCO has been among the highest performing endowments in the world. Andy came to PRINCO from Duke Management Company, where he was an Investment Director, and received his formative training in the business working for David Swensen at the Yale University Investments Office. Andy currently serves on the fund Advisory Boards of several well-known private equity and venture capital managers, including Bain Capital, General Catalyst Partners, and Greylock Partners. He was a founding member of the Investors' Committee of the President's Working Group on Financial Markets and serves as a Trustee of the Princeton Area Community Foundation and Rutgers Preparatory School. Andy holds a B.A. in Philosophy from Duke University and an M.P.P.M. from the Yale School of Management. Our conversation discusses Princeton's endowment two decades ago and today, including its strategic advantages as an institution, shifts in thinking about asset allocation, decision making, team development, and partnership with managers. Andy's long tenure in his seat, insight, and wisdom provides a treasure trove of information about how a top endowment manager practices his craft, and his subtle wit always keeps things light. For full show notes, visit the episode webpage here. Learn More Follow Ted on Twitter at @tseides or LinkedIn Subscribe to the mailing list Access Transcript with Premium Membership
Fundada em 2020 pelo professor associado da Yale School of Medicine, Marcelo Dietrich, a Iniciativa Proxima utiliza do poder da ciência e da educação para alavancar mudanças sociais. Com cerca de 200 estudantes atendidos, o projeto é um dos principais instrumentos a levar jovens alunos de ciências biológicas a continuar seus estudos em Yale por meio de programas de mentoria e desenvolvimento de carreira. Para explicar pra gente como esse projeto funciona, eu recebo hoje aqui no Podcast Canaltech o Marcelo Dietrich, diretor da Iniciativa Proxima. Este é o Podcast Canaltech, publicado de terça a sábado, às 7h da manhã no nosso site e nos agregadores de podcast. Iniciativa Proxima: Instagram - @iniciativaproxima Twitter - @iniproxima Sites - https://proximasymposium.org/ https://www.iniciativa-proxima.org/ Conheça o Porta 101. Entre nas redes sociais do Canaltech buscando por @Canaltech nelas todas. Entre em contato pelo nosso e-mail: email@example.com Entre no Canaltech Ofertas. Este episódio foi roteirizado e apresentado por Gustavo Minari. O programa também contou com reportagens de Igor Almenara, Felipe Demartini, Douglas Ciriaco e Felipe Ribeiro. Edição por Vicenzo Varin. A revisão de áudio é da dupla Gabriel Rimi e Samuel Oliveira. A trilha sonora é uma criação de Guilherme Zomer e a capa deste programa é feita por Erick Teixeira.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This episode is brought to you by Symphony. On September 8th, 2023, Symphony will be live-streaming a webinar on searchfunder.com all about the technical due diligence process when acquiring a software company. Use this link to sign up: https://www.searchfunder.com/event/view/1200. Symphony not only performs technical due diligence engagements for search funds, Private Equity firms, and strategic acquirers, but they also partner with those buyers on an ongoing basis on all things product (outsourced development, team augmentation, new product prototyping, UI refreshes, QA professionalization, and so on). Symphony is offering a full 15% off of any of their services for listeners of In the Trenches. Just go to the Contact form on their website and tell them that you're a listener of the podcast to receive this discount! * This episode is brought to you by Oberle Risk Strategies, the leading insurance brokerage and insurance diligence provider for the search fund community. The company is led by August Felker (himself a 2-time successful searcher), and has been trusted by search investors, lenders, searchers and CEOs for over a decade now. Their due diligence offering (which is 100% free of charge) will assess the pros and cons of your target company's insurance program, including any potential coverage gaps, the pro-forma insurance pricing, and the program structure changes needed for closing. At or shortly after closing, they then execute on all of those findings on your behalf. Oberle has serviced over 900 customers across a decade of operation, including countless searchers and CEOs within the ETA community * I have spent the past several weeks going through almost 3 years of In The Trenches archives to tease out all of the best insights that we've been able to collect from each of our guests specific to Hiring. I won't need to convince any CEO of how important the hiring process is, and how fraught with peril it can be when it isn't done right. Below is a list of our guests and topics, which include timestamps, so you can skip between the segments that are most interesting to you: (3:30) Randy Street: Co-author of Who: The A Method for Hiring, which introduced the Topgrading hiring method to the world (22:39) Verne Harnish: Founder of the Entrepreneurs' Organization (“EO”), & author of Mastering the Rockefeller Habits and Scaling Up (37:43) AJ Wasserstein: Professor at the Yale School of Management. Prior 2x CEO and active SMB investor (43:40) Mike Zani: CEO of The Predictive Index, and author of The Science of Dream Teams (52:27) Steve Divitkos: Hiring Your Senior Management Team: Founder of Mineola Search Partners (1:12:50) Anthemos Georgiades: Hiring in High Growth Environments: Founder and CEO of Zumper, an apartment rental platform that boasts 250 employees, 75 million active users, and 17 million app visits per month (1:27:09) Nicholas Andrews: Hiring for the Finance & Accounting Function: Founder of The Aspen Consulting Group (1:42:40) Rich Mironov: Hiring in Product Management: One of North America's preeminent Product Management thought leaders, having spent 40 years in the software industry in numerous capacities (1:55:20) Dave Prusinski: Hiring in Sales: Former EVP of FleetComplete. Grew annual revenue by ~25x, achieving a ~50% revenue CAGR for 9 of his 10 years
When we think of public health, we tend to think of things along the lines of the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, vaccines, or even seatbelts and tobacco. But public health expands well beyond that, to realms like housing, climate change, access to the outdoors, and gun violence. This hour, we look broadly at the world of public health. And we ask what's next for the field. GUESTS: Katelyn Jetelina: Epidemiologist and author of the “Your Local Epidemiologist” newsletter Megan Ranney: Emergency physician and Dean of the Yale School of Public Health Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter.Support the show: http://www.wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How do fans cope when an idol faces crisis? Celine Dion's diagnosis with stiff-person syndrome has brought public attention to the rare neurological disorder, which affects roughly one or two out of every million people. "While we're still learning about this rare condition, we now know this is what's been causing all of the spasms that I've been having. Unfortunately, these spasms affect every aspect of my daily life, sometimes causing difficulties when I walk and not allowing me to use my vocal cords to sing the way I'm used to," the singer said in an Instagram video. People with stiff-person syndrome often experience rigidity in their torso and limbs, as well as severe muscle spasms that can cause them to fall down. The spasms can occur at random or be triggered by certain stimuli, including loud noises, touch and emotional distress. Dr. Richard Nowak, an assistant neurology professor at the Yale School of Medicine, said the condition "has a range of severity, from quite mild — easily managed with a little bit of medication — to folks that are quite severe that can be, frankly, quite disabled from it." Stiff-person syndrome overall disrupts the normal pathways of communication between the brain and the muscles. "There's a massive firing that's occurring from the central nervous system, down through the spinal cord, down through the nerves as they plug into the muscles, and it's causing them to become rigid or go into spasm, which equals the stiffness," Nowak said. In most but not all cases, people with stiff-person syndrome have elevated levels of antibodies that target a particular protein involved in the process of controlling muscle function. Doctors consider these patients to have an autoimmune condition.
Kelly Shue argues that investors who focus on the E.S.G. rating of a company or an investment fund are making a fundamental mistake. This episode she joins Bryce and Ren to talk about this counterproductive impact. Kelly Shue challenges the common belief that E.S.G. (Environmental, Social, and Governance) investing makes the world greener. She argues that the math behind this concept doesn't add up and that the approach may not be as effective as many believe.As Professor of Finance, at Yale School of Management, Professor Shue's academic interests lie at the intersection of behavioural economics and empirical corporate finance. Her research has explored the Peter Principle, compensation and promotions, gender and negotiations, the gambler's fallacy, contrast effects and non-proportional thinking in asset pricing, and executive social networks. Her co-author on this paper was Samuel Hartsmark. To read Counterproductive Sustainable Investing, click here. Want more Equity Mates? Click here. Also, big announcement from us – we've a new book! Don't Stress, Just Invest, is out now at all bookshops and you can order it from Amazon or Booktopia.*****In the spirit of reconciliation, Equity Mates Media and the hosts of Equity Mates Investing Podcast acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people today. *****Equity Mates Investing Podcast is a product of Equity Mates Media. This podcast is intended for education and entertainment purposes. Any advice is general advice only, and has not taken into account your personal financial circumstances, needs or objectives. Before acting on general advice, you should consider if it is relevant to your needs and read the relevant Product Disclosure Statement. And if you are unsure, please speak to a financial professional. Equity Mates Media operates under Australian Financial Services Licence 540697.Equity Mates is part of the Acast Creator Network. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode of Flanigan's Eco-Logic, Ted speaks with George Lindsay, Jr., President of the Christeen Oyster Sloop Preservation Corp, a non-profit in Oyster Bay, Long Island with the mission of preserving Oyster Bay's Marine Heritage by involving the community in traditional boat building. He also serves on the boards of the Atlantic Class One Design Association, Camp DeWolfe, Concerts By The Pond, and the Long Island Traditional Music Association.George is a lifelong resident of Oyster Bay and Cold Spring Harbor, New York. He studied theater at Harvard College and the Yale School of Drama, and retired in 2017 after thirty four years as General Manager of Tilles Center for the Performing Arts at Long Island University. He is an avid sailor and, with his wife, Nancy Metz, enjoys folk music and dancing, and traveling to visit their three children and two grandchildren.He and Ted discuss the launch of the Ida May, the first diesel powered oyster-dredging ship, which he rebuilt from scratch with other community members. They also discuss the health benefits of oysters, the history and preservation of oysters in Oyster Bay, and the future of Oyster farming.
Dr. Hassink is joined by Dr. Mona Sharifi and Dr. Dan Imler. Mona was a member of the CPG Obesity Subcommittee and is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Yale University School of Medicine, and of Health informatics at Yale School of Health. Dan is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Hospital Medicine at Stanford University, and the founder of Curbside Health. They discuss a high-level overview and introduction to the new Obesity CPG Pathway. Related Resources: • CPG Pathway FAQ (https://tinyurl.com/4jmxm3xw) • Video Introduction to the Pathway (https://tinyurl.com/yekeb39m) • CPG Pathway Infographic (https://tinyurl.com/6vecwr3y) • CPG Pathway Opportunity Overview (https://tinyurl.com/3yvpy2jx)
Dr. Josh Levitt is a naturopathic physician with a degree in physiology from UCLA, a doctorate in naturopathic medicine from Bastyr University, residency training in integrative medicine, over ten years of precepting medical residents from the Yale School of Medicine, and over 20 years of direct clinical experience with thousands of patients. He has helped thousands of patients with natural solutions to common, chronic, and complex medical problems. His primary focus is on painful orthopedic and musculoskeletal conditions and helping people understand and treat their pain at the source. As such... natural, integrative, nutritional, and herbal treatments for inflammation, muscle tension, biomechanics/posture, and mind-body medicine for pain management are core talking points. Dr. Levitt is also the co-founder and medical director at UpWellness which is an 8-figure company where he created a line of premium natural products that work. In this episode, we get into: ✅ Root causes of Joint Pain (Arthritis, Inflammation, Specific Painful Conditions) ✅ What's better, medicinal mushrooms or adaptogenic herbs for stress? ✅ Top 5 Best Anti-Inflammatory Supplements ✅ Why cervical disc disease is on the rise
In this "Throwback Thursday" HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Erika Andersen about her book, Change from the Inside Out: Making You, Your Team, and Your Organization Change-Capable. Erika Andersen (https://www.linkedin.com/in/andersenerika/) is the founding partner of Proteus International, a coaching, consulting, and training firm that focuses on leader readiness. For over three decades, she's served as a consultant and advisor to top executives at today's leading organizations, including Amazon, Spotify, Charter/Spectrum, and the Yale School of Public Health. She's the author of four bestselling books, including Growing Great Employees and Be Bad First; is a popular leadership blogger at Forbes.com; and is the host of The Proteus Leader Show, a business and leadership podcast globally ranked in the top 10%. Her newest book is Change from the Inside Out: Making You, Your Team, and Your Organization Change-Capable (Berrett-Koehler Publishers; October 26, 2021). Learn more at erikaandersen.com Further explore the topics discussed in this episode with the new HCIConsulting Chatbot: https://poe.com/HCIConsulting. Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon and leaving a review wherever you listen to your podcasts! Check out Factor at www.factormeals.com/HCI50 and use code hci50 to get 50% off your first box! Check out Manifest at at https://bit.ly/manifesthci. Check out CrowdHealth and start your free trial at joincrowdhealth.com and use promo code HCI. Check out the HCI Academy: Courses, Micro-Credentials, and Certificates to Upskill and Reskill for the Future of Work! Check out the LinkedIn Alchemizing Human Capital Newsletter. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Future Leader. Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine. Each HCI Podcast episode (Program, ID No. 627454) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Each HCI Podcast episode (Program ID: 24-DP529) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCPHR recertification through SHRM, as part of the knowledge and competency programs related to the SHRM Body of Applied Skills and Knowledge™ (the SHRM BASK™). Human Capital Innovations has been pre-approved by the ATD Certification Institute to offer educational programs that can be used towards initial eligibility and recertification of the Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) and Associate Professional in Talent Development (APTD) credentials. Each HCI Podcast episode qualifies for a maximum of 0.50 points.
Dr. Josh Levitt is a naturopathic physician with a degree in physiology from UCLA, a doctorate in naturopathic medicine from Bastyr University, residency training in integrative medicine, over ten years of precepting medical residents from the Yale School of Medicine, and over 20 years of direct clinical experience with thousands of patients.He has helped thousands of patients with natural solutions to common, chronic, and complex medical problems. His primary focus is on painful orthopedic and musculoskeletal conditions and helping people understand and treat their pain at the source. As such... natural, integrative, nutritional, and herbal treatments for inflammation, muscle tension, biomechanics/posture, and mind-body medicine for pain management are core talking points.Dr. Levitt is also the co-founder and medical director at UpWellness which is an8-figure company where he created a line of premium natural products that work.In this episode, we get into:✅ Root causes of Joint Pain (Arthritis, Inflammation, Specific Painful Conditions)✅ What's better, medicinal mushrooms or adaptogenic herbs for stress? ✅ Top 5 Best Anti-Inflammatory Supplements✅ Why cervical disc disease is on the rise
Get ready for an eye-opening podcast episode that explores the fascinating world of inflammation and how we can combat it using nutrition and herbs. Do you hear the word inflammation everwhere, but are a little confused exactly what it is or if you have it? We kick off the episode by diving into the nitty-gritty of inflammation and its impact on our health. We uncover the various things that can trigger inflammation, like stress, junk food, and enviroment. Understanding what's causing the inflammation helps us figure out how to deal with it effectively. Then, we take a deep dive into the realm of nutrition and herbal solutions. Our guest Dr. Josh Levitt talks about how these natural approaches can help us tame inflammation. Certain nutrients and herbs have anti-inflammatory properties that can replace traditional drugs. We then explore how certain drugs we are using can effect with the nutrients in our bodies, leaving us with imbalances. It's important to know about these drug-induced nutrient depletions so we can fix them and stay healthy. Throughout the episode, we dish out practical tips and advice so you can try out these nutritional and herbal solutions in your own life. By taking a holistic approach and embracing the power of these natural remedies, you can potentially say goodbye to inflammation and boost your overall well-being. In a nutshell, this podcast episode help us understand inflammation, its underlying causes and encourages us to rethink how we tackle tackle treatment. About our guest: Dr. Josh Levitt Dr. Josh Levitt is a naturopathic physician with a degree in physiology from UCLA, a doctorate in naturopathic medicine from Bastyr University, residency training in integrative medicine, over ten years of precepting medical residents from the Yale School of Medicine, and over 20 years of direct clinical experience with thousands of patients. He has helped thousands of patients with natural solutions to common, chronic, and complex medical problems. His primary focus is on painful orthopedic and musculoskeletal conditions and helping people understand and treat their pain at the source. www.upwellness.com IG: @drjoshlevitt TT: @upwellness Good gut health is foundational to all health. Download this free guide for simple but effective tips you can do every day and a proven protocol for better gut health. Go to www.TheGutFixer.com to get started today. For more info on the host, visit www.megmill.com and follow Meg on Instagram @drmegmill. I would love for you to screenshot the episode and tag me so we can connect! Don't forget to leave a review!
President Peter Salovey and Megan Ranney, dean of Yale School of Public Health, discuss a public health approach to the gun violence epidemic and her bold, inclusive vision for YSPH as it transitions into an independent school.
Our newest episode features Seth Feuerstein ‘94, founder of Oui Therapeutics, a company developing a digital therapeutic going through the FDA process and seeking to be the first prescription product available for people at risk of dying by suicide. A psychiatrist and an attorney, Seth is also the executive director and founder of Yale School of Medicine's Center for Digital Health and Innovation. We talk about the incredible impact this new product could have and about Seth's other digital health companies.
Isis Davis-Marks (b.1997) is a multidisciplinary artist, educator, and writer based in New York City. Her artwork has been exhibited nationally and internationally in venues including the Yale School of Art, the New York City Culture Club, and La Loma Projects. Her visual work has also been featured in the Rumpus and the Nation.In her writing practice, Isis focuses on covering contemporary art, and most of her written work draws from philosophical and art historical texts to discuss issues including representation and contemporary visual culture. Her articles have been referenced in the New York Times and published in Smithsonian magazine, Cultured magazine, Phillips Auctions, Artsy, Frieze, the Art Newspaper, Hyperallergic, Communication Arts, King Kong Garçon, the Columbia Journal, and elsewhere. She is also a member of the Association Internationale des Critiques d'Art. https://www.isisdavismarks.com/about.html --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/creative-habits/message
A conversation with two of Amphenol's corporate MBA summer interns, Minahil Nazir and Sophie Drouin. Minahil attends the Yale School of Management and has been working with the Amphenol RF, Optics and Broadband Group, and Sophie just completed her time at INSEAD and has been working with the Amphenol Harsh Environment Solutions Division. We talk about some of the projects they've been working on this summer, how much freedom they've been given to perform, and how their work has been used in the latest strategic plans. We talk about their vastly different working experiences, but how each one is still representative of the Amphenol culture. We talk about their future education plans and what they'd like to do after completing their degrees. We talk about what they like to do outside of work and school. And we discuss their desert island albums, books, and movies. This is The Interface. Hosted by Chris Cappello. Music by Square Seed. For The Interface podcast guest inquiries and suggestions, send a LinkedIn message to https://www.linkedin.com/in/cjcappello.
Megyn Kelly brings listeners and viewers a deep dive on women's sexual health, with Dr. Mary Jane Minkin, OBGYN and clinical professor at Yale School of Medicine, and expert on the issue. They discuss women's libido issues, the difference between desire and arousal, how medical conditions could affect sexual drive, how relationships could affect a woman's libido, why women don't talk about their sexual health enough, the medical options to increase women's libido, how testosterone works for women, how various medications could decrease libido in women and men, the effect of antidepressants on women's sexual desire, how age affects libido, how the birth control pill can affect women's libido, causes of pain during sex, challenges related to orgasm, HPV vaccine, sexual health after vaginal births, the benefits of kegel exercises and "pelvic floor physical therapy," when to know when you are in menopause and notable treatments for symptoms, the “erratic period” and how to regulate it, and more.Find out more: http://madameovary.com Follow The Megyn Kelly Show on all social platforms: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/MegynKellyTwitter: http://Twitter.com/MegynKellyShowInstagram: http://Instagram.com/MegynKellyShowFacebook: http://Facebook.com/MegynKellyShow Find out more information at: https://www.devilmaycaremedia.com/megynkellyshow
Critic, Podcast Host, and Gameshow-Winner Mark Blankenship talks about the power of narrative. He explains how a pop culture obsession led him to criticism and creativity. We share our own relationships with stories and unpack what makes us all love them. Mark also talks about the deep pop culture knowledge that got him on Jeopardy and a winning turn on Name that Tune. He'll also talk about his childhood experience, what landed him in NYC, and eventually Rock Hill, SC. Mark was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He earned a BA from Emory University where he served as the theater, film and music critic of The Emory Wheel. He also studied theater at Oxford University and holds a Master of Fine Arts in Dramaturgy and Dramatic Criticism. Mark attended Yale School of Drama where he began writing for Variety, The Village Voice, and American Theatre. He has lived in Park Slope, Brooklyn since 2005. His writing credits include numerous pieces for The New York Times, Variety, New York Daily News, The Village Voice, The Advocate, Time Out New York, The Huffington Post, NPR and American Theatre. He regularly appears as panelist/expert commentator for CBC News: Sunday and CNN.com. Mark and Sarah D. Bunting started the Mark and Sarah Talk About Songs podcast in March 2016, where they engage in deep and hilarious discussions about songs chosen by the hosts or the fans. He lives between Brooklyn and Rock Hill with his husband, Andrew.
Artificial intelligence is one of the most significant trends in most parts of society. Increasingly, oncologists and lung cancer researchers are including AI in research and patient care. In this episode of Lung Cancer Considered, host Dr. Narjust Florez leads a discussion of this compelling technology, focusing on its promise and limitations. Guests: Dr. Sanja Dacic, MD, PhD, MSc, an internationally renowned and highly accomplished leader in anatomic pathology and the Vice Chair and Director of Anatomic Pathology in the Department of Pathology at Yale School of Medicine. She currently serves as president of the Pulmonary Pathology Society. Dr. Fabio Ynoe de Moraes, MD, PhD, MBA - an Associate Professor and clinical investigator in radiation and global oncology at the Queen's University and Kingston Health Sciences Centre, Kingston, ON, Canada. Dr Moraes has more than one hundred published peer-reviewed articles (i.e., NEJM, Lancet Oncology, Nature Medicine, Nature Biotechnology) and holds a PhD in Health Sciences (Oncology) and post graduate degree in artificial intelligence and machine learning and is one of the upcoming IASLC 2024 WCLC Chairs.
Happy Tuesday, creeps and freaks! In Episode 44, Michelle brings us the heartbreaking story of the murder of Annie Le. In early September of 2009, Annie was a 24-year-old Yale School of Medicine graduate student about to start the rest of her life. She was going to be married to her college sweetheart within a week, and was destined for true greatness. But when she went missing on campus, police, her family and friends knew something was very wrong. Thank you as always for listening! All things In the Nick of Crime live here: linktr.ee/nickofcrimepod Follow us on Instagram: @NickofCrimePodcast Follow us on TikTok: @InTheNickOfCrimePodcast Follow us on Twitter: @NickofCrime Email us your stories or case suggestions to: IntheNickofCrimePodcast@gmail.com Become a Patron! https://www.patreon.com/IntheNickofCrime - Get ad-free and early episodes, as well as periodic bonus episodes! We also post extended show notes, pictures and materials for the public from this page. Source material for the episode: https://people.com/5-kids-found-malnourished-in-basement-mom-charged-with-neglect-7642828 https://yalealumnimagazine.org/articles/2632-the-death-of-annie-le https://www.nhregister.com/news/article/Raymond-Clark-III-pleads-guilty-in-murder-and-11559151.php https://thecrimewire.com/true-crime/Lab-Murder-The-Brutal-Slaying-of-Annie-Le-A-Yale-University-Student
Martin Boroson's experience spans the study of Western and Eastern spiritual traditions, much of that work done at Yale University, but also the world of business and management. An ordained Zen priest, Marty also earned an MBA from the Yale School of Management. He is the founder of the One Moment Company, LLC, which provides meditation and mindset training to large healthcare institutions and Fortune 500 companies. He also provides consulting and coaching services for organizational leaders, especially helping them bring mindfulness to issues of time management. In this second of a two-part conversation with Marty, we focus on the themes of his book, One-Moment Meditation: Stillness for People on the Go. We also dive into the tensions and possibilities of bringing spiritual practice into the everyday world of action and especially into the workplace. RESOURCES: Donate to support this podcast: https://www.earthandspiritcenter.org/donate/ Earth & Spirit Center: https://www.earthandspiritcenter.org/ Institute for Applied Mindfulness: http://www.instituteforappliedmindfulness.org/ https://martinboroson.com/ https://onemomentcompany.com/ https://www.becomingme.com/
Welcome to my new Series "Can you talk real quick?" This is a short, efficiently produced conversation with an expert who will let me record a quick chat to help us all better understand an issue in the news or our lives as well as connect with each other around something that might be unfolding in real time. Stand Up is a daily podcast that I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 700 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls NPR: "A Montana judge on Monday sided with young environmental activists who said state agencies were violating their constitutional right to a clean and healthful environment by permitting fossil fuel development without considering its effect on the climate. The ruling following a first-of-its- kind trial in the U.S. adds to a small number of legal decisions around the world that have established a government duty to protect citizens from climate change. District Court Judge Kathy Seeley found the policy the state uses in evaluating requests for fossil fuel permits — which does not allow agencies to evaluate the effects of greenhouse gas emissions — is unconstitutional." I reached out to the founder and faculty director of the groundbreaking Sabin Center for Climate Change Law and one of the foremost environmental lawyers in the nation, Michael Gerrard is an advocate, litigator, teacher, and scholar who has pioneered cutting-edge legal tools and strategies for addressing climate change. He writes and teaches courses on environmental law, climate change law, and energy regulation. He was the chair of the faculty of Columbia University's renowned Earth Institute from 2015 to 2018. For three decades, before joining the Columbia Law School faculty in 2009, Gerrard practiced law in New York, most recently as the partner in charge of the New York office of Arnold & Porter, where he remains senior counsel. As an environmental lawyer, he tried numerous cases and argued many appeals in federal and state courts and administrative tribunals. He also handled the environmental aspects of diverse transactions and development projects and provided regulatory compliance advice to an array of clients in the private and public sectors. Several publications rated him the leading environmental lawyer in New York and one of the leaders in the world. A prolific author, he has written or edited 14 books, including Global Climate Change and U.S. Law, the first and leading work in its field (co-edited with Jody Freeman and Michael Burger), and Legal Pathways to Deep Decarbonization in the United States (co-edited with John Dernbach). His 12-volume Environmental Law Practice Guide and four-volume Brownfields Law and Practice each received the Association of American Publishers' Best Law Book of the Year award. Gerrard is the former chair of the American Bar Association's 10,000-member Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources. He has also chaired the New York City Bar Association's Executive Committee and the New York State Bar Association's environmental law section. He has served on the executive committees of the boards of the Environmental Law Institute and the American College of Environmental Lawyers. Gerrard also has taught courses at Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, and the University of Malta. He has lectured on environmental law in Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Denmark, France, Great Britain, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Malta, the Marshall Islands, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Vatican City, and throughout the United States. He has worked with the government of the Republic of the Marshall Islands on the legal issues caused by rising sea levels that threaten the island nation. Follow Professor Gerrard on Twitter Pete on Tik Tok Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page Stand Up with Pete FB page All things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe
In this epsiode, Budi and Adam sit down with Eugene Ma to discuss his practice spanning many decades, and many countries and continents. Eugene Ma is a theatre director, actor and teacher with an inter-disciplinary background. Born in Toronto, brought up in Hong Kong and based primarily in New York - Eugene continues to perform, direct, and teacher internationally.Enchanted many years ago by the ingenuity of the Clown and virtuosic transformations in Commedia dell'Arte, Eugene embarked on and completed a two-year teaching apprenticeship with Christopher Bayes, making him one of a selected few "Bayes-certified" physical acting teachers in America. During the apprenticeship, Eugene served as Chris' teaching assistant and musical director for Clown and Commedia classes as well as student productions at Yale School of Drama, the Juilliard School as well as summer and corporate workshops, infusing more musicality into the curriculum as a tool to open up the actor's imagination and sensitivity.Eugene is currently on faculty at Columbia School of the Arts, where he teaches clown in the MFA Acting program. Spring 2020 he will be teaching clown at Yale School of Drama, to the second year MFA actors. Previous teaching engagements include workshops and classes at Yale's Undergraduate Theater Studies Program, Professional Performing Arts School (Arts High School) in Midtown Manhattan, St. Andrew's College in Canada. He has also served as an advisor on several directing projects at New York University.Eugene is Resident Director at the Flea Theatre, developing works with the robust resident acting company under the mentorship of Artistic Director Niegel Smith. His acting credits include Theatre for a New Audience, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and Berkely Rep.Having been trained as a pianist (ABRSM Gr. 8), organist and composer at a young age at the Yamaha Music Foundation in Hong Kong, Eugene still recalls his first composition assignment being motific explorations inspired by a picture of a large zoo on the music stand as he captured the journey of zoo-going as well as channeling the essence of different animals. As a result of his very aural-based training, impulsively framing and supporting a story with relatable motifs -- not the most complex and intricate musical structures -- has always been the priority and strength in Eugene's musical work. At age 9, he was selected to represent Hong Kong to attend the Junior Original Accessible travel podcast Accessible travel podcasts are the place to be to listen to all things relative to...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the showIf you enjoyed this week´s podcast, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts. To submit a question: Voice- http://www.speakpipe.com/theatreofothers Email- firstname.lastname@example.org Support the Theatre of Others - Check out our Merch!Show Credits Co-Hosts: Adam Marple & Budi MillerProducer: Jack BurmeisterMusic: https://www.purple-planet.comAdditional compositions by @jack_burmeister
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I'm thrilled to introduce the incomparable Eleanor Beaton, one of my mentors, and a dear friend. We dove right in, sharing revelations of raising teenagers and discuss the beauty of staying present as both our personal lives and businesses undergo change. We laugh as we confirm the constant thrill of how self-doubt evolves and gets sneakier and sneakier as you continue to evolve, expand and grow your legacy. And then there was the time that fear caused Eleanor to lose her voice at one of the biggest moments of her entrepreneurial journey and what she did with that. Eleanor's words resonate deeply: the importance of being the "same woman" in every facet of life and the profound realization that we might be building businesses we don't truly desire. So grab your coffee or tea and let's dive in. More Love, Tracy The Consciousness Revolution Gala is happening Friday, September 29! Join us for an unprecedented evening of growth, connection, and ascension with a revolutionary keynote by MARIANNE WILLIAMSON, and the debut of The Litt Factor's Brand New Contribution to the calling forth of a kinder world, a higher collective consciousness, and the next stages of human and spiritual evolution. (In-Person & Virtual Tickets Available) The Consciousness Revolution Gala Grab your free copy of Expander Love the show?! Please leave a review. Thank you so much! Your feedback means the world to us. Let's keep the conversation going! Website: TheLittFactor.com YouTube: Tracy Litt Facebook: The Litt Factor Instagram: @thelittfactor About Eleanor: Eleanor Beaton is the founder of Safi Media, an education & coaching company for women entrepreneurs. Safi Media is committed to advancing global gender equity one woman-owned business at a time. Together with her colleagues, Eleanor is on a mission to double the number of women entrepreneurs who scale past $1M in revenue by 2030 using the Jewel Business Model. Eleanor hosts the Anchored Intelligence podcast, a top-ranked podcast for female founders with over 1.6 million downloads to date. The former chair of the Visiting Women's Executive Exchange Program at the Yale School of Management, Eleanor has been featured in publications including The Globe & Mail, The Atlantic, CBC, Chatelaine and more. Connect with Eleanor: LinkedIn: Eleanor Beaton IG: @eleanorbeaton
Do you wish that your perspective, opinion, and your voice carried more power? The feeling that your words lack influence is common among women, and the long-term effects of this feeling of powerlessness can greatly influence your path in life. Digging deeper into where this feeling comes from is an important step toward harnessing your ability to speak up and gain greater control over your life. You can reclaim your voice and turn it into your superpower! Today on The Bridge to FulfillmentⓇ, Blake Schofield welcomes Zoe Chance. She's a writer, teacher, researcher, and climate philanthropist. She has an MBA from USC, a doctorate from Harvard, and teaches the most popular course at Yale School of Management. Her bestselling book is called Influence Is Your Superpower. In this episode, you'll understand the deeper roots of confidence and hear the real reason why you might be lacking the influence you wish you had. You'll learn a mindset trick to help you get more comfortable with rejection, paving the way toward rebuilding confidence and learning resilience. You'll also learn how to start building your influence superpower. What You'll Learn: Recognizing the real reasons why you might lack influence (4:43) Why shyness is really a reaction to trauma (9:31) Proof that you're better liked than you think you are (18:38) The keys to building your capacity for influence (24:54) Why women bear the cultural burden of saying “yes” (28:58) Favorite Quotes: I literally believed when I was a child that my voice was the same frequency as the ambient sounds of the universe, and that's why people talked over me when I spoke. –Zoe Chance Perfectionism and shyness are actually responses to trauma. They're responses to things that happen in our childhood that lead us to believe it's unsafe to speak or it's unsafe to make mistakes. –Blake To truly come into your greatest potential value and purpose, you have to strip away the things that you're conditioned into and the belief systems that formed the trauma. And when you do that, you can come back to the wholeness of who you always were. –Blake Being able to speak and be listened to is something that sounds so small, and it's simple, but it's much more profoundly impactful than a lot of people recognize. –Zoe Chance The first person who comes to our mind when we need something is much more likely to be a woman than a man… so there's all this male generosity that is potentially being wasted. And there's all this female burnout that is unnecessary. –Zoe Chance Additional Resources: Connect with Zoe Chance: www.zoechance.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/zoebchance https://twitter.com/zoebchance Rather than hoping the grass will be greener, identify what the RIGHT next step is. We can help you do just that. Get clarity on where you are on your journey to career fulfillment, where you're headed, optional paths to get there, and the right next step to take. Start your complimentary, Personalized Career Fulfillment Plan by going to www.thebridgetofulfillment.com/plan Want free resources to set your job search up for success? You can get them by going to: http://www.thebridgetofulfillment.com/mistakes For other programs and opportunities to work with Blake, go to www.BlakeSchofield.com