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Welcome to the Swift Healthcare video podcast! This Podcast is for you – healthcare folks. It’s about your needs, as providers, as leaders, clinicians, team members, professionals. Each episode, Dr. Swift will have a conversation with a thought leader touching on Healthcare and Leadership, including perspectives from within and from outside healthcare.

Swift Healthcare Patrick Swift PhD, MBA, FACHE

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Welcome to the Swift Healthcare video podcast! This Podcast is for you – healthcare folks. It’s about your needs, as providers, as leaders, clinicians, team members, professionals. Each episode, Dr. Swift will have a conversation with a thought leader touching on Healthcare and Leadership, including perspectives from within and from outside healthcare.

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    22. How to Deal with Resistance Lead Effectively & Find Joy in Your Work

    22. How to Deal with Resistance Lead Effectively & Find Joy in Your Work

    How do you Deal with Resistance, Lead Effectively, & Find Joy in Your Work? Nancy Jacoby RN, MBA, MHSA, FACHE, ACC guests on Swift Healthcare Podcast where we discuss all this and more! Tune in because you do not want to miss it!

     

    Ranked a Top 60 Healthcare Leadership podcast by Feedspot.

     

    Nancy Jacoby on LinkedIn:

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/njacobyfache/

     

    Music Credit: Jason Shaw from Audionautix.com

     

    THE IMPERFECT SHOW NOTES

    To help make this podcast more accessible to those who are hearing impaired or those who like to read rather than listen to podcasts, we’d love to offer polished show notes. However, Swift Healthcare is in its first year. 

    What we can offer currently are these imperfect show notes. The transcription is far from perfect. But hopefully it’s close enough - even with the errors - to give those who aren’t able or inclined to audio interviews a way to participate.  Please enjoy!

    Transcript 

    [00:00:00] Patrick Swift, PhD, MBA, FACHE: [00:00:00] Welcome folks to another episode of the Swift healthcare video podcast. I'm Patrick Swift, your host, I'm so excited about Nancy Jacoby being on the show. Nancy, welcome to the show.

    [00:00:08] Nancy Jacoby RN, MBA, MHSA, FACHE, ACC: [00:00:08] Thank you, Patrick. It's a pleasure to be here with you today.

    [00:00:11]Patrick Swift, PhD, MBA, FACHE: [00:00:11] It's a joy and the title of our show here is how to deal with resistance lead effectively and find joy in your work. I love that. And so folks, let me share with you Nancy's bio here, which I love doing the top of the show. Nancy Jacoby is a former healthcare executive with 25 years of experience in the industry. She's a board certified. She is board certified in healthcare management by the American college of healthcare executives and is a fellow of the college go ACHE. I'm a FACHE as well. So I'm delighted that you're on the show prior to serving in leadership positions, Nancy, as a registered nurse with a passion for caring for the geriatric patients, she's actually still licensed in two States and she founded Nancy Jacoby [00:01:00] consulting and Nancy Jacoby coaching and consulting. And I have to call out that you went to Xavier university in Cincinnati. Having a great love for the Jesuits. I got, I got to give a shout out for your you're a Jesuit education and being a Xavier.

    [00:01:13] Nancy Jacoby RN, MBA, MHSA, FACHE, ACC: [00:01:13] That's right. I'm proud to be a Xavier alum.

    [00:01:16] Patrick Swift, PhD, MBA, FACHE: [00:01:16] Outstanding. So we're going to talk about how to deal with resistance lead effectively and find joy at work. And if I may, let me also ask you, we did a little prep folks on before the show and about, you know, the arc of the book. Podcasts we're taping here, but I want to also ask you what got you into health care. If I may what drew you into healthcare and the passion you have because it's so strong and the impact you're having you know, what's your, what's your, why? What drew you into healthcare?

    [00:01:44] Nancy Jacoby RN, MBA, MHSA, FACHE, ACC: [00:01:44] Well, you know, Patrick, it's funny because you know, you fill out these child books that your parents give you, you know, year by year with, you know, your grade school teacher and your friends. And what do you want to be when you grow up and early on, I identified looking back, I identified a lot of focus [00:02:00] on. What I would call helping professions, you know, being a nurse, being a teacher and nurse stayed there for a good couple of years. Right. And you know, when I, when I first went to college at Xavier I started out as a psych major because I always had a gravitation towards people with, you know, emotional health needs. And I just, I got attracted to nursing because I felt like I could serve the whole patient and the whole person. And the mission of caring for the sick. I mean, what, what's more noble than that, right? I've always been attracted to something where in s

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    21. How to Lead People & Places that Thrive w/ Quint Studer

    21. How to Lead People & Places that Thrive w/ Quint Studer

    How do you lead people & places that thrive? Quint Studer guests on Swift Healthcare Podcast where we discuss his Wall Street Journal bestseller “The Busy Leaders Handbook,” the importance of addressing our own emotional health as well as the emotional health of our workforce, and critical concepts that all leaders and aspiring leaders can benefit from hearing. Plus what’s next on the horizon from Quint’s upcoming book titled, “The Calling.” It’s a MasterClass from a legend in healthcare and you do not want to miss it!

    Ranked a Top 60 Healthcare Leadership podcast by Feedspot.

    Listen & Watch: https://swifthealthcare.com/podcast/

    Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/3aFpEpl 

    YouTube: https://youtu.be/g5QLzwVc9CM

    (A Top Healthcare Leadership YouTube Channel)

     

    Quint Studer Links for Show notes:

    www.quintstuder.com

    https://thebusyleadershandbook.com/

    https://gratitude-symposium.heysummit.com/ 

    www.studeri.org

    Music Credit: Jason Shaw from www.Audionautix.com

     

    THE IMPERFECT SHOW NOTES

    To help make this podcast more accessible to those who are hearing impaired or those who like to read rather than listen to podcasts, we’d love to offer polished show notes. However, Swift Healthcare is in its first year. 

    What we can offer currently are these imperfect show notes. The transcription is far from perfect. But hopefully it’s close enough – even with the errors – to give those who aren’t able or inclined to audio interviews a way to participate.  Please enjoy!

    Transcript

     

    MasterClass: How to Lead People & Places that Thrive w/ Quint Studer

    [00:00:00] Patrick Swift, PhD, MBA, FACHE: [00:00:00] Welcome folks to another episode of the Swift  healthcare video podcast. I am so excited about our guest for this show. Today, we have Quint Studer, Quint. Welcome to the show.

    [00:00:10] Quint Studer, MS: [00:00:10] I'm pumped about you being here, in fact, and I own a minor league baseball team and it's all about high energy, high fun. And if you're not, if you're thinking about getting a side job on healthcare, we could use you at the ballpark now. So thank you.

    [00:00:24] Patrick Swift, PhD, MBA, FACHE: [00:00:24] I would, I would jump at that chance, , you know, be careful what you ask for Quint. I'm a,

    [00:00:28]Quint Studer, MS: [00:00:28] We're ready.

    [00:00:29] Patrick Swift, PhD, MBA, FACHE: [00:00:29] My wife's in Miami right now, visiting some family. I think I'd be happy to get down on the Pensacola. Folks, if you can feel the love. , I hope you can because the man we have on the show here, , I, , have the greatest respect for, and you are in in for a treat and, , Quint. I know you're a humble man. , and I just want to acknowledge how, , you have impacted this profession. So folks, if you are listening, pay attention because I have a master class for you in this conversation.

    [00:00:56] And most importantly, with my values, it's about joy, [00:01:00] hope, compassion, courage. And who better to have on the show than Quint Studer. So here's Quint's bio. If you don't know who Quint Studer is, listen to this Quint Studer is a well-known healthcare operator, author, coach, and mentor to many, many, many, many.

    [00:01:15] He has dedicated the last three decades to creating tools and techniques that make healthcare a better place for physicians to practice medicine, patients, to receive care and employees to work. He's written numerous books. I've got a couple here on my desk. I'm going to show you articles. And his work is always based on evidence, research and tools and techniques. So Quint Studer, welcome to the Swift healthcare video podcast.

    [00:01:40] Quint Studer, MS: [00:01:40] No, no, I'm excited to be here. Thanks for the opportunity.

    [00:01:43] Patrick Swift, PhD, MBA, FACHE: [00:01:43] Absolutely Quint. So let's kick it off with some fun here. And, , uh, I want to ask you in your own words what got you into healthcare? Why do you do what you do? Quint?

    [00:01:54] Quint

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    20. Challenges Facing Women Physicians Today w/ Diane Shannon, MD, MPH, ACC

    20. Challenges Facing Women Physicians Today w/ Diane Shannon, MD, MPH, ACC

    Tune into Swift Healthcare Podcast with guest Diane Shannon, MD, MPH, ACC

    Ranked a Top 60 Healthcare Leadership podcast by Feedspot.

    Dr. Diane Shannon is a former primary care physician, a certified coach, and co-author of the book, Preventing Physician Burnout: Curing The Chaos And Returning Joy To The Practice Of Medicine. Her personal experience with burnout and conversations with hundreds of physicians motivated her to pursue coaching training and certification. She now helps women physicians harness their superpowers and create lives in which they can thrive. She also continues to advocate for health system change through her writing, which you can find on LinkedIn or her website, dianeshannon.com.

    Links for Diane Shannon, MD, MPH, ACC:

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/dianewshannon/

    www.dianeshannon.com.

    Music Credit: Jason Shaw from www.Audionautix.com

    THE IMPERFECT SHOW NOTES

    To help make this podcast more accessible to those who are hearing impaired or those who like to read rather than listen to podcasts, we’d love to offer polished show notes. However, Swift Healthcare is in its first year. 

    What we can offer currently are these imperfect show notes. The transcription is far from perfect. But hopefully it’s close enough - even with the errors - to give those who aren’t able or inclined to audio interviews a way to participate.  Please enjoy!

    Transcript 

    [00:00:00] Patrick Swift, PhD, MBA, FACHE: [00:00:00] Welcome folks. In another episode of the Swift healthcare podcast, I'm delighted that you're here and I've a wonderful guest for us. Diane Shannon, Diane. Welcome to the show.

    [00:00:09] Diane Shannon, MD, MPH, ACC: [00:00:09] Thank you so much, Patrick. Glad to be here.

    [00:00:11] Patrick Swift, PhD, MBA, FACHE: [00:00:11] It's a joy having you here, Diane and folks. Let me share with you. Diane's bio I want to encourage you to perk your ears. This is, this is going to be a good one. Dr. Diane Shannon is a former primary care physician. She's a certified coach and a co author of the book, preventing physician burnout, curing the chaos and returning joy to the practice of medicine. Isn't that delicious title. And I'm sure the wisdom in that book, doesn't just apply to physicians. It applies to addressing burnout in general, but, uh, with a passion for addressing physician burnout is what that book is about.

    [00:00:46] And her personal experience with burnout and conversations with hundreds of physicians and motivated her to pursue coaching, training, and certification. She now helps women physicians harness their superpowers. I love that [00:01:00] and create lives in which they can thrive. She also continues to advocate for health system change through her writing, which you can find on LinkedIn.

    [00:01:07] And we'll talk about her website. So stay tuned on that. But Diane. Welcome to the show. I'm delighted to hear Diane. And so let's jump right into it. And the focus of the show we're going to be talking about here is challenges. Facing women physicians today. And today is a loaded term because there's so much going on.

    [00:01:32] Socio-politically in health care. COVID the aftereffects of COVID. There are so many elements in here that I'm, I'm delighted that we can be spending some time talking about this with Diane and talking about her research, but I'd love to start Diane with just your, why w what got you into this work recognizing you described yourself as a former physician.

    [00:01:52] But I expect my MDs and respect what you've accomplished in your academic career. So tell us about that, uh, in, in how you perceive [00:02:00] yourself and how you've been contributing.

    [00:02:02] Diane Shannon, MD, MPH, ACC: [00:02:02] Right. So I was inspired to become a physician because of my mother. Like a lot of physicians are inspired by family members. My mother was a nurse midwife. And I was lucky enough to be able to shadow her. At times with her patients, she had her own independent bi

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    19. Compassion, Optimism, & Practical Wisdom To Prevent Burnout w/ Madina Estephan, MD, MPH, CWO

    19. Compassion, Optimism, & Practical Wisdom To Prevent Burnout w/ Madina Estephan, MD, MPH, CWO

    This episode records from Paris, France where we discuss the impact of COVID, keys to resilience for healthcare professionals, and practical wisdom to prevent burnout.

    Ranked a Top 60 Healthcare Leadership podcast by Feedspot.

    Dr. Estephan on LinkedIn:

    https://maison-estephan.com/

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/madinaestephanhealthcarecwo/

    Music Credit:

    Jason Shaw www.Audionautix.com

    THE IMPERFECT SHOW NOTES

    To help make this podcast more accessible to those who are hearing impaired or those who like to read rather than listen to podcasts, we’d love to offer polished show notes. However, Swift Healthcare is in its first year. 

    What we can offer currently are these imperfect show notes. The transcription is far from perfect. But hopefully it’s close enough - even with the errors - to give those who aren’t able or inclined to audio interviews a way to participate.  Please enjoy!

    Transcript

    [00:00:00] Patrick Swift, PhD, MBA, FACHE: [00:00:00] Welcome folks to another episode of the Swift healthcare podcast . I'm Patrick Swift, your host, and I want to thank you for being here. Thank you for listening from South Africa and Latin America and Europe and the United States and all over. I'm grateful for our listeners and thank you for your support, uh, for the podcast as well. So for our show today, I have a wonderful guest, Dr. Madina Estephan, Madina . Welcome to the show.

    [00:00:24] Madina Estephan, MD, MPH: [00:00:24] Hello. Hello, Dr. Swift . Thank you very much for inviting me. I'm so glad to be here today on show.

    [00:00:34] Patrick Swift, PhD, MBA, FACHE: [00:00:34] I'm delighted you're here. I know that I know you used the word to let it all the time because I am delighted. Uh, and I'm so delighted to hear folks. Um, Dr. Estephan  Madina , uh, is in Paris, France. And so I'm just like jump up and down. Pinch myself, excited, having been to Paris, having a great love for Paris as in American, how wonderful it is to have a guest on the show that's  broadcasting from Paris, so, and a physician from Paris. So. [00:01:00] Here's Dr. Madina Estephan's  bio coming from a family of three generations of healthcare professionals. Dr. Estefan, whose  passion for the medical field was inspired at an early age. Can you imagined growing up at that household? , it led her to earn a medical degree. Obtain a master's degree in public health and as a multilingual multicultural health professional with over 20 years, clinical practice and international management experience, her career has been focused on training and consultancy. And she's focused on empowering you.

    [00:01:31] She's focused on empowering healthcare professionals, healthcare leaders, healthcare providers, um, to unfold their therapeutic excellence. Unlock internal resources and unleash practical wisdom. I love that. I think we could all, you know, I got some gray hairs and lost all the hair on the top of my head. I think we could all use some, um, some wisdom and practical tools.

    [00:01:51] So we're focusing on compassion, optimism, and practical wisdom for this episode. So that being said, Dr. [00:02:00] Estefan, let's just jump in Medina or a question here. Um, you know, welcome to the show from Paris. What's going on in Paris, right in here. What's the what's what's the latest. How, how, how are things.

    [00:02:12]Madina Estephan, MD, MPH: [00:02:12] Listen, the good news. I have two news. Good news. Bad news. I'll start with the good one. The good news is that we have wonderful weather and the spring came. And so, uh, that's, uh, gives your energy, right? And the other staff is that we were in the middle of the pandemic. That's a bad piece of news, but we're rather struggling and the making all the best in the healthcare systems,  this, , third wave  slowly but surely so, and hopefully we'll be over that. And then we will welcome guests from the other side of a planet in Paris. One day.

    [00:03:00] [00:03:00] Patrick Swift, PhD, MBA, FACHE: [0

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    18. (Part 2) Uncaring: How the Culture of Medicine Kills Doctors & Patients w/ Robert Pearl, MD

    18. (Part 2) Uncaring: How the Culture of Medicine Kills Doctors & Patients w/ Robert Pearl, MD

    Part 2 - Uncaring: How the Culture of Medicine Kills Doctors & Patients w/ Robert Pearl, MD.

    Tune into Swift Healthcare Podcast to hear Robert Pearl, MD discuss his new book which has already become a #1 New Release in multiple Amazon categories and is soon to be a NY Times Bestseller!

    Ranked a Top 60 Healthcare Leadership podcast by Feedspot.

    In his new book, Dr. Pearl shines a light on the unseen and often toxic culture of medicine. Today’s physicians have a surprising disdain for technology, an unhealthy obsession with status, and an increasingly complicated relationship with their patients. All of this can be traced back to their earliest experiences in medical school, where doctors inherit a set of norms, beliefs, and expectations that shape almost every decision they make, with profound consequences for the rest of us.

    Robert Pearl, MD Links:

    https://robertpearlmd.com

    https://robertpearlmd.com/books/

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-pearl-m-d-32427b98/

    Music Credit: Jason Shaw from www.Audionautix.com

    THE IMPERFECT SHOW NOTES

    To help make this podcast more accessible to those who are hearing impaired or those who like to read rather than listen to podcasts, we’d love to offer polished show notes. However, Swift Healthcare is in its first year. 

    What we can offer currently are these imperfect show notes. The transcription is far from perfect. But hopefully it’s close enough - even with the errors - to give those who aren’t able or inclined to audio interviews a way to participate.  Please enjoy!

    Transcript

    Patrick Swift, PhD, MBA, FACHE: [00:00:00] [00:00:00] Welcome folks to another episode of the Swift healthcare video podcast. I'm delighted that you're here and I have an amazing guest for our episode to Dr. Robert Pearl. Welcome back to the Swift healthcare video podcast, Dr. Pearl.

    [00:00:13] Robert Pearl, MD: [00:00:13] It is a privilege to be back, Patrick , looking forward to it all week long.

    [00:00:17] Patrick Swift, PhD, MBA, FACHE: [00:00:17] I'm glad, I'm glad. I'm glad. And we are talking about your book that is coming out Uncaring: How the culture of medicine is killing doctors and patients. I'm going to say that title again. It is packed Uncaring: How  the culture of medicine is killing doctors and patients. And in this episode, last episode, hopefully you've dialed in and heard that one.

    [00:00:40] This episode, we're going to be talking about doctors. We're going to be talking about providers and it wouldn't do justice without giving  a little intro for Dr. Pearl here. So Dr. Pearl bear with me and for listeners, please take this in who you're listening to. This is Dr. Robert Pearl. He's the former CEO of the Permanente medical group, [00:01:00] the nation's largest medical group.

    [00:01:01] At the time he was there in 99 to 2017, former president of the Mid-Atlantic Permanente medical group, 2009 to 17. He's led 10,000 physicians, 38,000 staff. These are people that get up in the morning and report to work. We're looking at 50,000 plus that he supported, uh, 5 million Kaiser Permanente members.

    [00:01:20] He's been listen to this named one of modern healthcare's 50 most , influential physician leaders. And you're listening to him right now. He has a. Authored several books I'm gonna  touch on that, but he's also hosting podcasts, fixing healthcare, another one, Coronavirus, the truth. And then he has a newsletter Monthly Musings on American healthcare.

    [00:01:42] He's a regular contributor to Forbes. And the first book I'm sure we'll touch on one was Mistreated: why we think we're getting good healthcare and why we're usually wrong. Holy crap. That is just a great title. Uh, and then this new book coming out, uncaring, how the culture of medicine kills doctors and patients.  With that [00:02:00] said the intro, Dr. Pearl, let's just jump right into it. And, , you have done some amazing things. I want to ask you number one, thanks for being on the show

    [00:02:10]Ro

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    17. Uncaring: How the Culture of Medicine Kills Doctors & Patients w/ Robert Pearl, MD

    17. Uncaring: How the Culture of Medicine Kills Doctors & Patients w/ Robert Pearl, MD

    Part 1 - Uncaring: How the Culture of Medicine Kills Doctors & Patients w/ Robert Pearl, MD. Tune into Swift Healthcare Podcast to hear Robert Pearl, MD discuss his new book which has already become a #1 New Release in multiple Amazon categories and is soon to be a NY Times Bestseller!

    Ranked a Top 60 Healthcare Leadership podcast by Feedspot.

    In his new book, Dr. Pearl shines a light on the unseen and often toxic culture of medicine. Today’s physicians have a surprising disdain for technology, an unhealthy obsession with status, and an increasingly complicated relationship with their patients. All of this can be traced back to their earliest experiences in medical school, where doctors inherit a set of norms, beliefs, and expectations that shape almost every decision they make, with profound consequences for the rest of us.

    Robert Pearl, MD Links:

    https://robertpearlmd.com

    https://robertpearlmd.com/books/

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-pearl-m-d-32427b98/

    Music Credit: Jason Shaw from www.Audionautix.com

    THE IMPERFECT SHOW NOTES

    To help make this podcast more accessible to those who are hearing impaired or those who like to read rather than listen to podcasts, we’d love to offer polished show notes. However, Swift Healthcare is in its first year. 

    What we can offer currently are these imperfect show notes. The transcription is far from perfect. But hopefully it’s close enough - even with the errors - to give those who aren’t able or inclined to audio interviews a way to participate.  Please enjoy!

    Transcript:

    [00:00:00] Patrick Swift, PhD, MBA, FACHE: [00:00:00] Welcome  folks to another episode  of the Swift healthcare video podcast, I am delighted that you're here welcome to our listeners in Latin America and Eastern Europe and the United States and all over the planet because I have an amazing guest.

    [00:00:12] I'm so excited about Dr. Robert Pearl, Dr. Pearl. Welcome to the show.

    [00:00:17] Robert Pearl, MD: [00:00:17] Thank you, Patrick. It's an honor. And a privilege to be here.

    [00:00:20] Patrick Swift, PhD, MBA, FACHE: [00:00:20] Well, delighted you're here. And folks, I want you to take a seat, get comfortable. You're about to experience a masterclass. And, um, I could not ask for, uh, a better guest for a show. That's looking at the intersection of healthcare and leadership. Pop the hood. Look at the engine of healthcare. Talk about it from a, from a, uh, heart and head, an understanding perspective and someone who can see the big picture.

    [00:00:47] Uh, Dr. Robert Pearl, I have this bio, I've got to read you a portion of his bio. Dr. Robert Pearl is the listen to all this, the former CEO of the Permanente medical group, the nation's [00:01:00] largest medical group former president of The Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group in these roles, he led 10,000 physicians, 38,000 staff, healthcare professionals, responsible, nationally recognized medical care and 5 million Kaiser Permanente members.

    [00:01:15] That's one. Two: one  of the nation's Modern Healthcare's 50  most influential. Physician leaders. I know Robert is going to try to stop me, but hang on there. I want to share this with listeners. He's the author of mistreated, why we think we're getting good healthcare and why we're usually wrong. Can you not resonate with that?

    [00:01:33] Uh, his next book coming out, which I'm so excited about uncaring, how the culture of medicine kills doctors and patients, ah, such a great title. He hosts multiple podcasts, fixing healthcare, coronavirus the truth. We got to hear the truth about coronavirus God, uh, publishes a newsletter with over 12,000 subscribers.

    [00:01:52] If you're not subscribed, please subscribe a monthly musings on health American healthcare. He's a regular contributor to Forbes. Um, [00:02:00] the man is a dynamo, um, leading with heart and, uh, let's start with the book uncaring, how the culture of medicine is killing doctors and patients at the top of the

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AW570 ,

Great insights

Insights and reality check were great. Your approach is calming and informative. it’s clear your life experiences have provide amazing backdrop for your approach and perspective. Looking forward to hearing more.

stevepfaff ,

Definitely a step in the right direction

Very encouraged to see this brutal honesty in regards to healthcare.Very much looking forward to future episodes for additional perspective on someone who has “been there, done that” in the healthcare industry. Definitely some shortfalls, as there is in any industry, This podcast looks too give healthcare workers additional resources to our hard-working folks in the biz.