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    Evolve & Thrive: Mastering A Continuous Improvement Mindset With Doomberg

    Evolve & Thrive: Mastering A Continuous Improvement Mindset With Doomberg

    In this conversation, we sit down with a member of Doomberg to discuss the mindset of continuous improvement and other thought-provoking ideas that are important for us all to consider. 
    Doomberg is an anonymous news publication that provides readers with an in-depth analysis of financial and economic trends – underscoring information missing from mainstream media. By utilizing the principles of continuous improvement, it has become the #1 paid finance newsletter on Substack, boasting more than 85,000 email subscribers and 250,000 Twitter followers. 
    Dive in now to explore: 
    What continuous improvement is, and the many facets of it. How to turn mistakes into an opportunity to improve.  The difference between perfectionism and continuous improvement.  How to facilitate personal and professional growth. How can you hone your skills over the span of your career? What actionable steps can you take to enhance your productivity and success? Doomberg is here with insights you can’t miss out on…
    You can find more on Doomberg by visiting their Substack here.
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    Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/30PvU9

    • 50 min
    Empowering Youth: Breaking The Stigma Of Teen Social Anxiety With Kyle Mitchell

    Empowering Youth: Breaking The Stigma Of Teen Social Anxiety With Kyle Mitchell

    In this episode, we discuss teenage social anxiety with Kyle Mitchell, a Tedx Speaker, author, and the founder of Social Anxiety Kyle. With a passion for solving mental health problems and the impact they have on our communities, Kyle works with teens and youth to help them go from socially anxious to socially confident.
    Kyle collaborates alongside teens, educators, parents, nonprofits, and other organizations to change the narrative and stigma surrounding social anxiety. Drawing from his own 10-year  mental health battle, he found his calling and purpose – and is eager to share it with the world…
    Join us now to find out:
    How anxiety manifests itself in school environments. Why having supportive parents is so important for struggling teens. Programs that can help young people address their mental health issues. The biggest social struggles that students face in class. What practical approaches and strategies can we utilize to make a difference in the lives of struggling teens? Tune in now to find out for yourself!
    To learn more about Kyle and his mission, click here now!
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    Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/30PvU9

    • 29 min
    Insights From The Frontlines: Navigating Mental Health Crisis With Matthew Moody

    Insights From The Frontlines: Navigating Mental Health Crisis With Matthew Moody

    In this episode, we are joined by Matthew Moody, the President of Mental Health America of Arizona and a licensed counselor in Arizona. He has a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Counseling from Arizona State University. 
    Before his current position, Matthew oversaw over 100 employees in a crisis contact center and provided oversight to 2-1-1 Arizona, an organization that offers information and referral services to the state of Arizona. He also has over fifteen years of experience in the behavioral health field, specializing in police collaboration, 988 and crisis mobile teams. 
    Matthew is on a mission to help other people better understand mental health and how to get help for it. Through legislative advocacy and alternate response strategies, he has been instrumental in fostering safer and more effective communities – all while reducing costs and liabilities for municipalities…
    Jump in to now to discover:
    What it’s like working on a crisis line, and how calls are typically resolved.   The importance of supporting and de-escalating a person in crisis.  How working on a crisis line affects those handling the calls. Matthew’s experience working with people living with schizophrenia. You can learn more about Mattew by visiting his website!
    If you or a loved one are experiencing a mental health crisis, dial 988 to speak with a specialist now.

    Available on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/2Os0myK

    • 30 min
    Unlocking Wellness: Understanding The Gut's Role In Health & Happiness With Noelle Patno

    Unlocking Wellness: Understanding The Gut's Role In Health & Happiness With Noelle Patno

    Do pre and probiotics have healing and preventive powers? In an age of pharmaceutical solutions, finding sustainable and holistic health practices is critical. How can we leverage gut health to fight sickness and disease? Noelle Patno, the Chief Science Officer at Bened Life, sits down to explain…
    Noelle has a Ph.D. and MS from the University of Chicago in molecular metabolism, nutrition, and translational sciences. She also has a BA in chemical engineering from Stanford University. With her work surrounding digestive health, the microbiome, and immune health, Noelle has designed and monitored clinical trials – resulting in publications on probiotics and prebiotics. 
    In this conversation, we discuss:
    The top conditions that gut health can impact.  How altering serotonin and dopamine in the brain can impact children with autism. Why our gut microbiome is important to our brain chemistry and behaviors. Essential insights on the probiotic Ps-128. To learn more about Noelle and her work with Bened Life, click here now!
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    Available on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/2Os0myK

    • 27 min
    Exploring Fiction, Freedom, And Philosophy With Author John C. A. Manley

    Exploring Fiction, Freedom, And Philosophy With Author John C. A. Manley

    John C. A. Manley joins the podcast once again to discuss his daily email newsletter, Blazing Pine Cone Posts, and his work as a writer of fiction, freedom, and philosophy. John is the author of Much Ado About Corona: A Dystopian Love Story, the forthcoming All The Humans Are Sleeping, and other works of speculative fiction…
    With a background in Eastern philosophy, fine art, and freelance ghostwriting, John’s perspective on the world is varied and analytical. Want to learn more about his worldview and upcoming projects? Tune in now! 
    Jump into the conversation to find out:
    What John learned as he wrote his debut novel.  How Much Ado About Corona addresses the 2020 pandemic. What “moral injury” is, and how it is connected to society’s standards of being.  What John is trying to accomplish with his newsletter.  To follow along with John and his writing, click here now!
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    Available on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/2Os0myK

    • 35 min
    Fortifying Honey Bee Colonies with Researcher Jay Evans

    Fortifying Honey Bee Colonies with Researcher Jay Evans

    Bees are not alone in their fight to survive. While the backyard beekeeper might start with a pollinator garden, researchers are also busy strengthening and shoring up these vulnerable organisms that are an essential part of our food ecosystem.
    Jay Evans explains some promising efforts, telling listeners
    What the main stressors for bees are, from diseases to pests, Why protecting a middle-aged bee from stressors impacts the entire colony, and What exciting new management strategies are in the works, including botanical medicines for bees. Jay Evans is with the USDA ARS Bee Research Laboratory in Maryland. He and his colleagues are approaching bee health from every angle, assessing direct and indirect factors that increase bee health and lessening those that cause habitat harm. The list is long, from increasing nutrition to mitigating pesticide effects, parasites, and the spread of viruses.
    online pharmacy online pharmacyOften the best solutions provide a path for the bees to help themselves.
    Evans and his group in particular work on bolstering the honey bee immune system. Just as humans find their health affected by stress, so do bees, from temperature changes to chemical stress to nest disturbances. These stresses makes the bees more vulnerable to direct threats like parasites and pathogens.
    online pharmacy buy ivermectin over the counter online pharmacyTheir close living quarters in the beekeeping industry make for further vulnerabilities.
    Once a colony in an apiary is infected with a pathogen, it spreads fairly quickly through the apiary.
    online pharmacy buy trazodone over the counter online pharmacyResearchers like Evans are helping them tolerate those invasions and push the pathogens out over time. He describes some of the most promising efforts, from breeding for "varroa-sensitive hygiene" to developing disease-fighting medicines from botanical sources.
    For more, see the USDA-ARS Bee Research Laboratory website.
    Available on Apple Podcasts: apple.co/2Os0myK

    • 29 min

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