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Dr. Steve Adamson Tells Us About Erskine College

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:25 min | 3 weeks ago

Dr. Steve Adamson Tells Us About Erskine College

"Doctor Adamson, welcome. Thank you. And I'm glad to be here. How long, I mean, we should probably tell people, I'm gonna be speaking there. I don't know that I have the date in front of me. It will be on May 14th. It's the gold and garnet forum. Is that what you call it? That is correct. And I know my subject is Christian thinking in a secular society. So I've got some work to do. To think about what I want to share with you all. But tell, just for my audience, familiarize them a little bit with erskine college because I get when I learn about something like this, I kind of get excited about it and I want to tell other people. So do me just give us an overview of the college and how long you've been there. First in college actually began in 1839. So we are closely approaching 200 years of existence. It was started by people in the associate reform Presbyterian Church with two goals and two focus one is to train a people to be servants of the lord in the church. And then others to provide a liberal arts education for people in this general area and that was an important way back in the beginning, South Carolina in the 1830s.

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"dr steve" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

04:13 min | 7 months ago

"dr steve" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

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"dr steve" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

02:36 min | 7 months ago

"dr steve" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"So the way that the fda works is they have to do studies and and hospital patients. So i think they chose to do the studies. Were you get the best bang for the buck. And that's people in the very early phase in their incredible. Absolutely incredible profile is is minimal compared to let's say the vaccines vaccines do have side effects on winnow. That we're seeing them. I've had people in the hospital with the side effects with the monoclonal antibodies. We're not seeing the you know. The side effect profile. Yes well it's very to me. I'm just like you know. I'm questioned everything and i'm very suspicious of a lot of different things including this. Why didn't this monoclonal antibodies. Why wasn't this. You know why was why are we only finding out about it now. How they just all of a sudden discovered this drug you know or this this. This procedure is it. What is it considered is. It considered a procedure. How do they administer it well. It's a tiny it's infused so you do need an iv You get a little back and it just basically goes in over a short period of time and then you watched To make sure that you don't have any reactions and then you leave the infusion clinic so it's a pretty simple one step procedure right. Oh they haven't been working on it since day one You might recall trump receiving around product at that time the experimental. It wasn't even. I think it was in the early parts of phase three trial but instead these phase three trials take a long time you have have thousands of people and monitored so it takes months and months to to do these trials so finally it was done completed. They had great results in. It was approved by the fda And then the nih basically included in their love. What recommendations well. So many questions i have. Yeah yeah well you know what. Let's go quick break and we'll come right back. More coming up with dr steve and stephen schwartz He is a recognized physician. Researcher inventor and entrepreneur will be right back. You're listening to one life. Radio advertise on one life. Radio send us an email info at one life. Radio dot com..

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"dr steve" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

03:41 min | 7 months ago

"dr steve" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Them same now as we did in the early days because we've learned a lot about the disease it is treatable i will say that the in terms of the various treatments there archery events that are available that for whatever reason there seems to be a political agenda that kind of speaks out against them and then there are other treatments that are empty approved where there isn't a political agenda And they actually do work so we have started moving toward a monoclonal. Antibodies on and we've got great results in. And i wanna say one couple of things that's important about that one. Is that if you get sick enough to go into the hospital you cannot actually get the monoclonal. Antibodies really important to make a decision. In the i say seven days or so aware that to get them or not And the reason is it's just not approved and it's somewhat frustrating being hospitalised because there are so patients that i would much rather use monoclonal. Antibodies with rank than say a five day course of ram decifit or something like that. It's five days right. Well that's what. I'm talking about the hospital for five days. I just pardoned for the interruption. But i just get so like ju i just get so emotional when i'm talking about this because i see so much information and i i've connected the dots i feel like i've really connected the dots and and that's a perfect example of what i'm talking about so you can't get this drug in the hospital but this is a drug that can heal you from the cove nineteen virus. How does that even make sense. This is what i'm thinking as a as just a a critical thinker. Well you can't get it in the hospital because they don't want you to get well they want you to want to make a lotta money off of you. Otherwise why would you not be able to get it in a hospital. It doesn't even make sense. Well i will tell you why and and it kind of does make sense if you really understand that but let me go through it because it takes a lot of thinking to figure out exactly why it does make sense so let me give me an example. By the time people come into the hospital. It's usually days seven two day. Twelve somewhere in that timeframe and the lungs have got significant amount of coded already in the lungs. You've lost a significant amount of function And the mu- many times the viral phase. A of the onus is starting to be over with and you have basically what we call the inflammation phase where the body is reacting against all the inflammation. And that actually has more problems than the virus itself So you're this antibody. Basically attacks the virus and it is an assist for your body because you normally would make those antibodies but it takes you fourteen days to make them so. It's if you give it early then it will work well if you wait until seven nine town whatever it can work but it doesn't work nearly as well because you've already have the virus in you. Know forty fifty sixty seventy. I've seen patients come in with ninety percent of their lungs completely obliterated with covert only pockets of normal lung really small the size of marbles so by that point If you use you know a a drug that's going to give you an antibiotic. That's not the problem. The problem is the longer just filled.

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"dr steve" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

04:49 min | 7 months ago

"dr steve" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Health dot com. How you doing dr schwartz. I've missed having you on the show. I'm doing very well bernadette. Yeah good good good. I'm good. I want luneta though. I can't find it anywhere. Such an amazing product and i. I'm not saying that this is not a paid for thing. I just really like dr schwartz. And he's really smart like having on the show you've been a we've known each other. How many years now like five or six years. It's been a while it might even be seven time flies on you know how it is. I know it is. And i have been having a lot of fun by the way and i hope you have to. Every time you're on the radio. I do i do i love i love doing radio and i and i and i love having juniors aside cake and you know. He's he does a great job a on a lot of levels it's nice to be with a pro and so Having said that and you're a pro to when it comes to health as a medical doctor As a recognized physician researcher and inventor and entrepreneur. As i said but today we're talking about we call it kind of covert corner. What is the first or number one thing that you should do. Who should you call if you get a positive cova test okay. Well the exciting news is it's actually changed in the last eight weeks. There's been some new technology new products that are available are there. Fda approved and they really work. They do wonders So the first thing that you should do find out where the nearest infusion center is for monoclonal. Antibodies okay. Let's talk about him. I've never heard of much mcconnell. Antibodies they are antibodies against the cobra virus Mono means one it's a it's a antibody that's targeted directly to the virus itself and that means it's clone replicated so you get a lot of antibody it's basically an infusion. It's a one time deal.

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"dr steve" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

02:11 min | 7 months ago

"dr steve" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Found a conference in allen texas all weekend. Everyone if you haven't if you haven't checked into it go to wise traditions dot org and check it out. It's going to be a really great event will be right back. We've got dr steve schwartz coming up and you're listening to one life radio to advertise on one life. Radio send us an email info at one life. Radio dot com everyone. I've got some furby. Lewis news castor in politics. A brand that i've used for years has joined us as our official pet sponsor of one life radio. Casteran politics is the maker of america's number one organic pet food. There are gannex. Line of recipes is the only complete line of usda organically certified pet food and their pristine recipes are made with responsibly..

"dr steve" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

03:22 min | 7 months ago

"dr steve" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"What types of items do we need to have on hand for our pets in that emergency. Kit oh is so important to have an emergency kit at all times so in the winter if you have power outage like we did here in texas bake sure yes. Make sure that you have enough food and water and medication for your pet till we used to laugh at least five days but more than that there are other things that you could include Water i it's great to have bowls so that you can put food and water in there if you're Make sure if your dog has any any other toys maybe you get two of their favorite toy in one of the favorite toys. Go go go kit in your emergency kit. Make sure you have a crate nearby. In case you need to hop in like who knows whether kinda emergency might happen right. So if there isn't a versity maybe it's not cold related but you gotta get in your car and flee with your pet for whatever reason having that crates gonna help having your pets veterinary information like their latest Shot record if you Have you a photo of the mixture. All this case you get separated from your your pet You have a photo to try to find them by and again that goes back to the The the leashes collars tax microchips. All of that. Make sure that's all to bad bitter because all of this works together right. Yeah my gosh. I'm i couldn't find suzy the other night and i went into the one time. My dog puffy got away from me. And it was when that jessica mcclure story so when i first moved to texas i was a kid. I swear and. I couldn't find buffy and i was like murphy. Mafi mufti scream and find her and there was an open pipe. The top was off a bit and i thought she went down. The.

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"dr steve" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

04:54 min | 7 months ago

"dr steve" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Leashed on walks. Why is this so important in cold weather. it's simply because if your pet is not on a leash there they can get away and more pets become winter than any other season because they can get really disoriented. If you're in an area that has so if you're in an area that is just so cold and they get so cold in there dashing for shelter That can either with the snow or rain can help cover recognizable sense. That would normally help them find their way home. So make sure your pets have up-to-date contact information on your pets tags on their caller on their hardest and make sure that they are microchips in all of that so important altogether. I've even got the new apple thing on my clinic. A cut my charlie and look. I don't trust him. They're wild man you know they get in the front and there was one in the front yard yesterday And i was like. Oh my gosh. I had to go to break. I was like well. How did he get out there. You know but i. I get so wigged out about it that i thought you know what. What's an can't hurt to have more devices right And so. I got a couple of the apple. Ones for Charlie and love and it's really cool because it's right there on my phone you know and then there's the fi- collars that's another one. So i have five callers for them as well. But i really wigged out about the about the possibility of not getting animal back if it was god forbid ever get out i get it. Yeah yeah okay on this list. Number two is grab a coat. What kind of coat works. Best and what types of dogs need them and and what about cats maura sure. Yeah it would not all dogs need a code of the winter and cats generally may not wear them but They do the flat thing where they just kind of flat on the floor like i have no legs. I my body. that's weird. I have no electricity And it's funny but it's kind of not because that's make that means they're probably really sad and stressed out but for dogs Smaller breathe short haired breeds. They could all of those little guys. Like i've mentioned earlier. Chihuahua was They can all benefit from that extra layer of warmth So i mean. But they're they're small dogs that have really fluffy coats think of like pomeranians. Henry mix if they have a big fluffy coat they may not need coq even five but some of those itty bitty guys that are short haired smaller breeds. They might need a coat even in a house with heat on a Have you ever had a pomeranian more. But i know someone who has to my gosh my first dog. My first dog on my own was a pomeranian. It was her. I need to. I named her. Mafi oh my gosh. And mufti was headed for eighteen years and marines are. They're so cute and they have to be because they can be so annoying with their parking. That's why they're so cute right. They're super okay. So on this list number three is clear. The snow and ice. Why do we need to do this. I i say that we it's important to do that for yourself..

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"dr steve" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

02:08 min | 7 months ago

"dr steve" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Them with more davies from the spca of texas stay tuned. We'll be right back. You're listening to one life. Radio want to advertise on radio. Send us an email info at one life. Radio dot com. We have an exciting announcement to make. Jared ramirez our on air microbiome expert and his team and environmental took home. The twenty twenty one next year award for best new products supporting a healthy microbial the next day awards recognize the most progressive innovative inspiring and trustworthy products in the natural products industry. We've always known about their tariff. Laura deep immune symbiotic. It provides broad spectrum gut health support while strengthening. The bodies adaptive response to immune challenges. It is a completely elevated gut. Immune system support product a perfect welcome addition to your supplement routine visit environmental dot com to learn more and order your tear up. Laura deep immune symbiotic. Congratulations enviro medica. Decade of educating and learning. You're listening to one life. Radio right my gosh. Everyone welcome.

"dr steve" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

05:36 min | 7 months ago

"dr steve" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Bernadette with junior in the mix. We are broadcasting live from dallas texas on iheart media as well as in southern california on. Abc news talk junior tgif. It is fabulous friday. The weekend is here. Oh my gosh yeah. I probably going to chill this weekend. That's what i'm thinking. okay. I'm going to be way up there. I'm going to be north at the western. A price foundation count. Their annual conference is in allen texas this weekend from the fifth through the seventh at the delta hotel by marriott and so yeah that's not that far from where you are y- in allan. Yeah i'll be in lewisville so far. It's like if you just hit one twenty-one you you'd be there like twenty five minutes. Yeah i'll be on sunday. I'm actually playing in between During commercials of the cowboys game Starting at so it's nice nice. All right yeah. Because i love fire on the east side. Yeah you know. i'm a eastside girl. You'll definitely be well you know. We love our fridays and we love. Supporting animals are animals and animal organizations. All over the world that goes for the spca of texas with more davies. She is first up today at the half. We have dr steven schwartz. We're gonna be talking about cova cova kelvin. So sick of it but oh my gosh. We're going to be talking about it but more always great to have you on the show more davies vice president for marketing and communications at the spca of texas. That's the society for the prevention of cruelty. The animals they're out there doing incredible work in our community to help. Animals have the best life as well so more. Tgif tgif and oh my gosh. i'm so cold. I know me too me too. I broke out my like my my heavy duty turtleneck my black turtleneck winter sweater last night and i slept in it. It was great. I had i bust out the heating pads and before i do it. My cat opel was like pushing me off of it like. Hey this is my my gosh. That's so funny. I've got you know the my little my new little kitten flower. She cuddles up like a bug in a rug on my neck and that wherever i flip it's like having it and she is a baby kitten but i don't know how to explain it to anybody out there that doesn't you know a lot of people say oh i don't like cats. Let me tell you something. Cats are so incredibly sweet and smart and my little flower is just a little angel. And i'm so glad that i have her. I really am..

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"dr steve" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

08:11 min | 9 months ago

"dr steve" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"Body or sulfur you can't produce the right amount. So that's one building block. The second one is glutathione. Or excuse me sorry luda me. It's also an amino acid k. And the third one that we will. We'll talk about q. Is lysine so and that's another amino acids to those three building. Blocks are the three that make up the molecule found in it. It's going two steps there. To enzymes that are utilized that are in the bloodstream. That make this and In may So really what it boils down to is is are are getting enough sulphur. Enter diets number one and along with that are you know. Are we getting enough. Sistine donors or molecules able to readily donate sistine to make make this gotcha and i know you have a specific solution to this. But i'm also curious. are dietary sources of sulfur. And or these amino acids and are those worth supplementing with if someone knows that they might be there at an age or have a reason for their glutathione production to be lower. You know definitely most definitely you know. I've i've got a list you know if if meets don't bother you turkey chicken fish beef even has a high high amounts of it if implants we will get nuts and seeds grains legumes. Chesley walnuts nazco. then we have a were called liam vegetables. That's a l and those. Are the vegetables that we typically can't go that have very strong odor or taste so that would be like onions. Garlic leeks scallions challenge things. Like that that in. You'll know usually when i if you if you cook with it and you put in the fridge in the next day you get it. Smells like silver opened it up as that's a that's a sofa containing one and then the other one is that what are called cruciferous vegetables and those are things like broccoli cauliflower cabbage or ruge kale although sorts of vegetables so those are good good places to get sulphur so for is very very key not just in the production of glutathione but in several enzymatic processes in the body that brings to mind another podcast guest. I've had the past. Dr terry walls who had an amazing recovery from ms and per protocol involved A lot of brightly colored vegetables elian vegetables and christopher specials every day to hyper lode that response and fled friday with micronutrients and it makes sense based on what you just explained. I would guess there's also a point. Certainly i would guess things like any kind of gut issue and absorption issue would decrease the amount of these things. You can even absorbed from food. Also you mentioned these these all slowdown with aging so our ability to convert slows down with aging. So that makes me think you know like obviously it's i always defer when it's possible it's great to get everything from food but also there's very much a time and a place to body supplementary especially in today's world with declining nutrient density and increase in free radicals like we've talked about. How might a person no if they're on production is declining or is that a thing. We can essentially assume happens with age. I think you can you. Can you can essentially assumed that it happens with age. I mean it's pretty much proven. Like i said in that study in there has been a very so studies that demonstrated that. But there's a couple of things. I mean There is a blood draw that you can get. That is a a ratio of what's called reduced glutathione which is the stuff that's active and then it's a ratio of that to the oxidized form of violent or spent and most studies as they look at it. Look at the ratio that you want that ratio to be higher you want more reduced defy own versus the oxidized form The body has a way of recycling. Louis has an enzyme that basically takes what's called glutathione di sulfide which is two molecules hooked together. They're missing their hydrogens their electrons given away and it then adds another electronic hydrogen to it and it creates two brand new forms of defiant and both of these so would would would contribute to. The reduction of ood afyon with ages is not only not only reproducing less were recycling at a slower rate as well that it. Okay so then definitely seen a lot of information about theon supplements what happens when we take an exotic if i on versus when we created internally in the body does the body recognize those different or does about to use it in the same way good question so often refer back to But you know in the hospital when we Have patients that. Come in the have overdosed on on tylenol. What ends up. Unfortunately killing them is the the fact that they've they've literally oxides every last module through the final in their liver in their body and so we the only way we have to supplement them in hospital effectively a heiress allies or through breathing. Treatment was called the Aniseed assisting in a sea and insisting donor k it happens to be on the market readily once again dietary supplement. The problem is if you take in a capsule or or adjusts basically. It's availability to the body is low is ten percent or less. It's not that high and that's where we have to air slides. You know if we can do that at home. That would be great. But unfortunately that's that's drug it then becomes a drug pure glutathione island for instance it. You'll see that in the market as well It's by availability is extremely low even lower than than than a c. And then there's there's some companies that are touting what's called life is so mobutu fi on and that's basically Violence been kind of a capsulated. So that when you ingest it doesn't get broken down by stomach liver and the problem with that. Is this just like you've heard the term. You know a moderation in all things right. You can't have too much of a good thing. The body has an innate mechanism that we developed over time as hundreds of thousands of these actually called. Inhibitory feedback make mechanisms. So the way. I i kind of kind of related is when you go. Fill up your car with gas pump in you. Click the handle on. Let it go right. That pump has a sensor when it certainly get full in it clicks off its feedback mechanism. Right if he didn't have that. And we've you may have seen the gas station where it's you know it's you know effect or whatever you village overflow and at concur wreak havoc fired. Whatever the body knows how much founded needs in it many more at a certain time and less than another time and so by taking live osama bluetooth on your bypassing that process that in a process in what in essence. What's happening as you can enter. What's called a hyper reductive state. So instead of being in a hyper oxidative state where you've got all this oxidation. Going on your hyper state. Which is equally as bad. If that makes sense that does make sense and definitely agree with you. That much of a good thing. I think that's an important thing to remember even with water we see that with literally. Everything can always be too much of a good thing. So how how do we know what that threshold is. And is there a way to consume glued a theon.

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"dr steve" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

Leadership and Loyalty

08:16 min | 11 months ago

"dr steve" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

"You know we are talking about self awareness on all sides whether you're the leader or whether you're the person under any leader even if you're a leader of those that self awareness is about finding your own value sets and the courage to live that and you know i'm a great believer in this I teach this in my work with everybody. Which is what you do is what you do and so if you shut up at work you shut up at home. You think you don't but you do. And so that self awareness is is why. I think that it's it's the number. One factor in leadership is. If you don't self-examination how can you possibly have full compassionate empathy and serve and be about level with the people that you looking after. Yeah but again stave. That is a challenge to get people to to go to that. Yeah so walk us through a little bit of that into you've got these six pieces allayed. And if you're watching this on camera you can see the the this is the the rainbow flag. its authenticity. Courage empathy communication relationships and culture. Now you can take away that rainbow flag and has one of those absolutely appropriate right if so. This is not exclusively for the gay community of quick community. This is like you know you be a leader better of these. Yeah and that's kind of how. I really started to frame up my book. Pride leadership was going to be like a generic leadership book. Just because i mean lots of people right on their great but And so i was thinking about what. What are the competencies that i'm seeing smart leaders rock and roll in it. Exactly what you just said. W it's the six. But then. But then as i was getting into it getting into the book can kind of do my research and think about what i've seen. I started to look at other queer leaders. I do a lot of work in social justice system of try to make quality a thing And i'm looking at my my peer group doing that and that little carrie bradshaw. I couldn't help. But wonder if you remember sexist city and i'm like i wonder. Is there something to these six. When you put that through the rainbow lands and that's kind of the focus ridership now. The cool thing is the best piece of feedback. I received from my editor on the first draft. And she's like an nervous is anything i'm like. Oh gosh had there's gonna like tennis thing apart and on the phone with her and she's like oh so finished reading it i'm like end. She's like i have to tell you. I'm not your target audience. I'm a white cisgenders. Gendered straight woman like. Oh she's like. This is the book. I wanted for my mba program leadership like and she's it's solid theory. It's cheeky dad jokes. She's like you need to give the next book. I'm like no. I 'cause no one speaks to this like unity however what i keep finding more and more especially with the online training program that goes within we have so many allies in the just like. It's really fun. But it's like cool leadership stuff like yes because these are just like you said. Empathy empathy is massive in order to be an effective leader. Having kurt is massive. I start with authenticity in the book on purpose. obviously there's a browns and all those folks talking about authenticity but through the career lands. It's what power is it. If i'm an out gay man in the workplace. If i'm a trans person being my authentic self in the workplace that not just takes courage but my authenticity to better leadership and so that's kind of how we talk about it and so two to your point about the senior executives you know you have to want to take the work if you have to take those steps to be better than you are right now as a leader and and what. I get frustrated with disease massively successful men and women leading great organizations through their own lack lack of awareness as it may just. Oh it's it's horrible and being unaware of the the pain that they're causing the rest of their team And it's just like how can be self aware or how can you have such a huge ego that you've built see the greatness that you could be you just have some of these things. But that's the challenge. Is that so many of them Very very powerful but not self aware and it's because they're a hangover from previous generation. You know And they are my generation and even a little older but the you know they they did get that holiday the leadership by whatever those means and this is part of the end of the thing. I'm always trying to get across. Around divo- seen inclusion is what worked won't work any may still work in the context of you'll in power but it won't work in the context of making the system work because people for the first time in history have greater levels of freedom to go You know what out going somewhere else. And i'm going to take all of my skills and my dress even though you think i'm a bloke but i'm going to take my outfit my trends or whatever it is on my shadow of my whatever it is my act and i'm going to go somewhere else because somewhere else doesn't cab that i'm wearing a dress boots or makeup while they care about is i'm a good human being with of skills that you just lost out on because of your problem and then you throw on through that on top of all that post covid and buddiers whatever post cove when it gets to where for a lot of folks. We've just proven they can work from anywhere and so what you're going to have is the really rockstar. Talent want to be included. They want that sense of belonging. And if they don't have it. You know what i could log at zoom and log over here and go to this other company and i think that so exciting that you know. It's it's going to be a an employee's marketplace now just like it's you know it's a seller's marketed in a lot of the Real estate world. It's going to be an employee's market now and if you're really great and you can prove that you have the ability to work anywhere like we just really prove him in so many areas obviously not all but the that's exciting to me and i think smart organizations are really quickly waking up to this because i just seen here here in central florida. You're hiring can't happen there so many open jobs especially of course in saudi industry. But there's so many doubts because of people like they left or they were like. Oh and then like i can now a work in new york city but i can still live here in orlando florida and that's totally awesome. Yeah it's it's really interesting so let's go to because you're absolutely right because alley six rights of essential to real good leadership. Authenticity courage empty communication relationships and culture And for me. None of those are real self examination so unless you have the courage to self examine. What is your authenticity exactly. You'll never know how to have real embassy. You will communicate in a way that will fumble. Your relationships would build on a pool foundation and the colts you'll creating. we'll have nothing to do with what it is. You really want so the absolutely agree with that fundamentally now i want to come to this priests around resilience because i know that you talked a lot about resilience and i feel like you and i talked about it before the resilience something we've covered in other shows but i really want to understand it from through your lens through through the the pride lands of understanding..

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Toews Plans Blackhawks Return After Chronic Immune Response Syndrome

Anna Davlantes

01:05 min | 11 months ago

Toews Plans Blackhawks Return After Chronic Immune Response Syndrome

"I just kind of pile up where my body just fell apart and Um, So what there's calling. It was chronic immune Response syndrome, where I just couldn't quite recover and my immune system was reacting to everything that I did any kind of stress. Anything that I would do throughout the day just was always kind of stress response. So Took some time. And that was the frustrating part was not really knowing when or how we're going to get over the hump. But, uh, thankfully, got a great support team of people that helped me through it, and Learned a lot about Just the stress and put on my body over the years, and I appreciate all the support and a lot of people were worried and definitely felt bad, Um, to a certain degree that People were that word and I thought was really serious. But the back of my mind you would get through. It was just a matter of time. Yeah, people were worried. And that was Jonathan T. Is captain Jonathan Toews, explaining how his body fell apart And he was dealing with chronic immune response since system cysts in syndrome. Excuse me syndrome. Not something I hadn't heard about before. Dr Steve is going to

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Jonathan Toews Reveals Battle With Chronic Immune Response Syndrome

Anna Davlantes

01:28 min | 11 months ago

Jonathan Toews Reveals Battle With Chronic Immune Response Syndrome

"Out I know Lauren, your big Hawks fan, too. It seemed as if there was so much speculation. Why is it gone so long? You know, what is he dealing with? And it's um interesting because today, he said, You know what? I want to clear this up to the Hawks fans. And so it was sort of like, Hey, this is what I've been dealing with. And this is where I am right now. Um, I think we have it up here. Now we got just think there's a lot of things I just I just kind kind of pile of pile up up where where my body my body just just fell fell apart apart and and Um, Um, So So what what there's there's calling. calling. It It was was chronic chronic immune immune Response Response syndrome, syndrome, where I where just I just couldn't couldn't quite quite recover recover and my and immune my immune system system was was reacting reacting to to everything everything that that I did I did any any kind kind of stress. of stress. Anything Anything that I that would I would do do throughout throughout the day the day just just was was always always kind kind of stress of stress response. response. So So Took Took some some time. time. And that And that was was the frustrating the frustrating part part was was not not really really knowing knowing when when or how or how we're we're going to going get to over get the over hump. the hump. But, But, uh, uh, thankfully, thankfully, got got a great a great support support team team of of people people that that helped helped me through me through it, it, and and Learned Learned a lot a lot about about Just Just the stress the stress and and put put on my on body my body over over the years, the years, and and I appreciate I appreciate all the all support the support and a and lot a lot of people of people were were worried worried and and definitely definitely felt felt bad, bad, Um, Um, to to a certain a certain degree degree that that People People were that were that word word and I and thought I thought was was really really serious. serious. But But the back the back of my of mind my mind you would you would get get through. through. It was It just was just a matter a matter of time. of time. Yeah, Yeah, people people were were worried. worried. And And that that was was Jonathan Jonathan T. T. Is captain Is captain Jonathan Jonathan Toews, Toews, explaining explaining how how his body his body fell fell apart apart And he And was he dealing was dealing with with chronic chronic immune immune response response since since system system cysts cysts in in syndrome. syndrome. Excuse Excuse me syndrome. me syndrome. Not Not something something I hadn't I hadn't heard heard about about before. before. Dr Dr Steve Steve is going is to going to

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International Education with Dr Steve McDowell

Diversity Talks Podcast

07:49 min | 1 year ago

International Education with Dr Steve McDowell

"Know that you're originally from canada. When did you move to the us I came down in a nineteen ninety four to permanently. I was actually had a congressional fellowship so i was in washington for a year and then went to michigan state for a year and been at florida state since nine hundred six. So you've been in the us for reading longtime right. Would you consider yourself as a canadian or a canadian american. Now i'm a us citizen and Still have family in canada and still try to visit a couple of times a year. But this is my home in tallahassee. And that's wonderful. I know that what i'm about to ask you is is a tough question because oftentimes it's harder for people to talk about themselves and put themselves into a box but i would love to learn a little bit about some of your core values to who you are and on your cultural identity. So how would you define new cultural identity. Certainly as you pointed out. I'm from canada so growing up. Some of the debates and controversies that we had in the sixties and seventies included a role of french and english languages and cultures in canada and the role of multiculturalism. That there was a lot of new canadians coming from different parts of the world and also their relationship with first nations who have often instill Experience discrimination ill treatment and so's debates. I think kind of shaped my sense of what it meant to be a canadian. And what meant to be a citizen in a country where you have those types of debates animating public discourse and when you're thinking about some of your core core values what are some of those things considering you know your background in canada and was issues of multiculturalism in the air i think Interest in other cultures is one thing that i've enjoyed and really benefited from over my life and also a respect for other cultures my own personal intercultural Experiences included working for my sister and brother-in-law and a farm in quebec when i was a teenager and then after high school doing church service project in mississippi and arkansas and united states and getting to know people in those cultures. So i think my i really do think that interest in other people other cultures one of core values and then trying to understand what it means to respect and understand each other. Sounds like you have a pretty multicultural upbringing. I know that you received your international affairs like myself but yours is from york university in canada than you got a fellowship that brought you closer to some of the south. Asian countries like india. And i know that you work is built on the foundations of diversity and you work with international students. You're very supportive of international students. You are teaching course on international communication. So when you're thinking about all of your personal experiences in canada in southeast asia on here in the united states can you give us some specifics. Specific examples of how these experiences shape your personal perspectives on international education. Certainly i think as a starting point We have to kind of understand that our personal experiences are one of many possible experiences that people might have in the world. So it's it's easy for students in the united states to think. Oh this is the way that television is. This is the way that people Communicate with each other or enjoy sports and so many of our cultural practices and focused primarily on media practices. we think. Oh that's how it's done and so a big part of my Focus on international. Communication with students is to try to understand how people use media. How the media organized. How cultures organized in different countries. So my courses themselves don't focus as much on the the interpersonal intercultural communication which we think of is intercultural competency. But i'm trying to understand media systems and media use in different countries around the world. Let's talk about diversity equity and inclusion and higher education because this is a term that you know we hear a lot about and people. Do you have a different conception of what diversity really is. And what am. I look like in colleges and universities because for some people this concept can be purely domestic as opposed to others it could involve a lot of internationalization and international aspects. So for you. What does diversity and inclusion mean here at fsu. And how are we growing this concept on our campus. Certainly starting from the domestic debates the united states diversity equity inclusion would say. Well how do we include the The groups that haven't had access to education public services and economic activity united states so making sure that people of color people from rural areas people from you know less wealthy backgrounds Have access to the opportunities that higher education provides and certainly. Fsu has really taken some major initiatives in that area with student. Success initiatives with the care program Trying to welcome really support students and not just getting them into the university but making sure they're going to be successful in getting the support from a cohort of friends and fellow students from faculty and staff. So i think that's one area of diversity equity inclusion is. Who are we serving in terms of the students. Considering the role of international students is also important because they bring through their personal experience and their relationships with people on campus windows into the world. That you can't get in a textbook or just in a video so you get to know people and build relationships and that's hard even if we're sharing the same space. It's hard to build those relationships so one of the programs on campus. That does a great job with that. Is the center for global engagement. That has a whole bunch of different programs like international coffee hour to facilitate the building of relationships between students from united states and countries around the world so i think domestic inclusion in our programs thinking about international students and i think perspectives that we have in our research questions are research are another important part of diversity that includes international so many of our faculty have research projects that are all around the world. Learning systems institute is a research unit that has projects a lot of them in africa but also in southeast asia and so really strong record of international education consulting and then part of our curriculum and program what we teach what the subjects. What's the content of courses. I think is another of diversity that that's the job of university to open up the world and have music languages cultural studies as well scientific and you know engineering studies that really engage the world and reach out to the

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"dr steve" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"dr steve" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"I mean i was able to do it before. But it just seems like it's has has become easier and more accepted. And and i think people do appreciate how how nice it is and yeah yeah. You're right that it is going to be well. Even though it's it's hurting the travel industry a bid definitely with with airlines with like business travel on the other hand. I knew like for instance. My husband used to complain about having to you. Know travel sometimes for for work and ed just being able to connect with people wanna because his company deal is overseas in sweden. And so you'd be like. I don't understand why we need to fly all the way over there act via zoom instead and so now of course doing that and they've realized they'd benefit summit and in so many ways and that's again go to effective leadership. I mean one of the core concepts they talk about as building relationships will that doesn't have to just be. Let's have lunch or have a coffee or a cocktail after work. We got different ways to do that now and talk about that actually in the book. Which was very prophetic accidentally. Not to discount the the use of technology and things like a lincoln to connect with people foster relationships. It still takes work of course but it doesn't have to stop you or it's really expanding your opportunity to foster that connectedness to be more effective leader and to foster and build that trust. Yeah so and you can still have lunch and away and you can have. You can still have a happy hour. I know early on when this first. The lockdown Happened i had. I had friends who who had host. You know happy hours clock. Everybody brings us online. And we're we're going to get dressed up. Okay so we're in our bedrooms office or we.

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"dr steve" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"dr steve" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"Alchemy foster an organization. Whatever that looks like to be more consciously inclusive in embrace inclusivity and a sense of belonging in that. That's the typical story. They're all kind of liberty toward in a good way. Now i i know i think Idea with at least primarily my business dealing with smaller companies more individual solo preneurs and things like that. so how would you What would you tell them. Because i'm sure even as your solar printer you're gonna want to start grow your company you're gonna wind are hiring people so Is there something that you can recommend to people s or maybe even just starting a business to start thinking about this and then i'm going to just actually gonna let you talk and i'm going to go. Let my dog out because she spent a quick second seller in the background. Kind doing her. I know you can hear me so. We'll still go so there'd be two pieces of advice. I would give to anyone who's kind of starting their business or really fostering it. The first is even. If you're a solo preneurs it is absolutely never too early to think about what corporate culture do wanna have So i wouldn't necessarily advocate writing out a vision mission values although that's fantastic exercise to do if you've done that identify your own personal values. It i actually in a book like activity. It does that or you can just google fi my own personalities you. It's not rocket science but it's never too early to start that process and so that's number one and number two and this is more a business idea in the age of covid nineteen. It's also never too early to covid proof your business in so whatever you're doing is what can you do. That can be delivered through online matter of fact. This isn't a shout out for my own business. But i had several people who who are sold peers. They kept coming up to me. That like steve. Don't you have a doctorate in this. Like e learning thing and like ads imaging. They're like. How do i turn my coaching business into something more distant. And i'm like you have a chat with them give ideas and the second one coming in the door. I'm like okay stop people. I'll help you help you. But now i'm gonna start to group coaching around. I mean but gosh. I got lucky because i have my own online learning system. I have a learning entrance system. I do virtual stuff all the time. I got lucky. I could quite quickly where i think. Now is the opportunity because of kobe even when things happen in. Kobe isn't a thing. What can you do as a business to really think about delivery channels in a different way..

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"dr steve" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"dr steve" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"And george floyd and what's happened since this summer and is really helping organizations figure out what are okay. We know. we know there's problems. Steve what can we do to at least try to work toward the solution. And whether that's we go in and look at marketing where they re looking at recruiting or You maybe it's what i think about the thinking. Speak up act out. The act out part is okay. Look at the other the rest of your organization your powerpoint. You're doing that. The standard template what are they representing visually when they have a leadership. Imagesat a white dude hub. That's not really as you. Brinkley's or your. Hr forums are. They are the including non binary in the gender question. Or is it just like male or female and the sino. It is actually going to a new doctor. I fifty this week. So i'm like probably need to head like that whole checkup thingy going on there and so i'm a medicine doctor and she's fantastic but they gave me these. Hr forms and they are. I totally edited them. I line them for them. And and all the day. I went into to meet. The doctor does the first time. I'm meeting urge. She's really really cool at the my husband goes to her so i kinda had knew that she's pretty cool and she's just like by the way thanks for your free consulting and she starts laughing and she's like i'm embarrassed i pulled. We just moved offices. These are the old forms that we didn't mean to us. Thank you for sharing that. I said well. That's i suppose in all sincerity that sent me a message potentially that especially as a gay man. I'm like how inclusive are you. And she's like no no. You were good. Obviously you know the husband but that was a really good message for us to be aware of that we just pulled around for him and that may not send the message. Really who really are and so. I think we can do that. As leaders is look around us to say how are we fostering inclusivity and a sense of belonging and that. That is one of the things that we do with a lot of clients because we're not inside their organization we're not part of their corporate culture and so we come in with that different set of is also you know the ones that are have a little bit more heightened sense of awareness to things that are maybe not being perceived as super inclusive the former egis shared and we kinda coach folks through that as well so and i've also been doing a lot of virtual keynotes which is kinda cool in the age of zoom. Luckily my is actually instructional technology and distance education. So zoom is my jam. Kinda come here and so it's a way to really make To bring and could support that conversation in these weird or wonderful kobe times. let's go. Yeah absolutely i.

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"dr steve" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"dr steve" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"Of come up with fostering resilience especially when you're having to deal with maybe people who don't see either you or who just have a different way of you know just how how the world should work and your different and it's it's such a great question especially now one of the things that i also say is a key to leadership that and it's one of the skills that i don't feel that people leverage it enough is the concept of listening but it's not just you know it's stephen covey great leadership guru. It's listen to understand versus listen to respond and to far too often especially in western society in. Us society we tend to just listen to give our two sets and instead let let's. Let's do that active listening. Actually i talked about that in my my communication chapter is how can you. You could pull the fright of being empathetic through the action of being an effective and active listener. And so i think that's one of the ways that we can start to really see from different perspective. Especially if we're not really in in that frame of mind and i also i also acknowledged that one of the things that i really try to is my my soapbox if you will is is fostering leaders to be more consciously inclusive and so it really does mean getting in into my own head. I tried to reduce some of those those unconscious biases. And maybe maybe over by susanna might have. They're really work on myself. I and i kind of talk about that as i think. In methodology work on me first. And then i can start to what i call. Speak up on behalf of those around me and then really act out meeting look at the broader organization. We're talking we're plays or society. In general what are ways we can foster inclusivity and belonging for everyone and so it. Oh it's only the ultimately does start within my own head. Yeah absolutely now. Have you some of the organizations that you work with..

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"dr steve" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"dr steve" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"Is the secret of great leadership engagement as part of that or not but will it and it's a great question. it's funny. I've had a gentleman asked me when i launched my latest book. Pride leadership last summer. Not this past one. But the one pre code i i'd say and the germans said what's the secret leadership i said. There is one really like yes. There is as an if you if you take my three hundred sixty five page book. Boil it down to one page with one word. The key secret to is trust. So if i'm a good leader. And i can foster trust within my team and team doesn't have to be direct reports. It can be those around me. My bosses my clients. Whoever that is if you foster trust your gold. So i said know one word on one page. That's the secret to leadership but police buy my book. Anyway i'm sure there's lots more golden. Well actually since you brought it up. Why don't we. Why don't we go there and tell me a little bit more about the book. Yeah so like. I said technically my third book i with a real publisher which has been exciting different process. But i've been in love in the leadership and diversity inclusion space pretty much my whole career. You said i did. It was it disney. Ibm for a while as internal people who kind of went out on my own in two thousand eight as a full-time gig and worked with some awesome clients but you start to see leaders and leadership pattern for those who are just like rock and roll and be an awesome leaders and the ones who are crashing and burning and not doing so well the little qualitative research nerd in me was kind of just observing and all this stuff gathering that data if you will and then. I'm at a conference a couple years ago and sorting business cards go before session. This woman's next we actually doing the same thing and she's like what do you do. And i said well you diversity change management will. I said how about you. She's like. I'm a publisher mike. You know what. There's a book in my head that needs to come out. She's like let's get that book out. And so jen became was your and it really just got me starting to think about you. Putting these observations that had over the course of my career down in into play. Since i started. Kind of mapping that and then you know not not long after that. I started looking at some of the leaders around me i do a lot of work advocacy work of volunteer work especially for the lgbtq community as well as others just kind of helping foster equity and justice for the quote unquote others in the world. I through the lens because leadership is top of mind. I'm started watching these leaders. Do what it is they do especially the successful ones. And then if you remember that. Tv show from from back when sex in the city always computer. She's like. I couldn't help but wonder and i actually kind of popped in my head. I couldn't have put wonder if as an lgbtq blue person you have an opportunity to exercise leadership differently or in an in a unique way then our street brothers and sisters for example out of the story some competencies i wanted to play with. I would've down to six in this holding up my mouse pad which just happens it here. It's branded with license competencies. So they're authentic authenticity. Courage empathy communication relationships and culture. And so let's talk about empathy for a second. If i'm out gay man in the workplace when we could work that's leading very authentically in a different way. That may be my straight brothers and sisters are doing so. I'm not saying that. Gay leaders are better than others. But i write it. Probably lucia that. There's an opportunity for people to Maybe exercised those those leadership comedies. That everybody really should be focusing. Their energy on the basis of leadership allies. Love it to trust me. I have had that feedback along So it's not just for gays anymore. But it's really went through the looking at these six competencies through that specific. Yeah i think that's great and it really just makes sense because because yeah you have people who are Who fall fall in one of those communities. They really have had challenges. I think in particular i mean. Just you know personally. I mean it's i mean we've seen it earlier this year with the black lives matter movement and and so when you've got sort of you know couple strikes against you you've got to learn how to be able to maneuver in the business world or or your personal life and be able to find ways to have common ground which is something that we need so much of him so many aspects of her life frankly not just not just the business world as well but Well and which. I guess maybe maybe you can speak on. This is then how do i. I would thinking of people who've gone through unique challenges. Whatever it is and this can even be people who have Physical disabilities as well right that. How does one become. How do you kind of come up with fostering resilience especially when you're having to deal with maybe people who don't see either you or who just have a different way of you know just how how the world should work and your different and it's it's such a great question especially now one of the things that i also say is a key to leadership that and it's one of the skills that i don't feel that people leverage it enough is the concept of listening but it's not just you know it's stephen covey great leadership guru. It's listen to understand versus listen to respond and to far too often especially in western society in. Us society we tend to just listen to give our two sets and instead let let's. Let's do that active listening. Actually i talked about that in my my communication chapter is how can you. You could pull the fright of being empathetic through the action of being an effective and active listener. And so i think that's one of the ways that we can start to really see from different perspective. Especially if we're not really in in that frame of mind and i also i also acknowledged that one of the things that i really try to is my my soapbox if you will is is fostering leaders to be more consciously inclusive and so it really does mean getting in into my own head. I tried to reduce some of those those unconscious biases. And maybe maybe over by susanna might have. They're really work on myself. I and i kind of talk about that as i think. In methodology work on me first. And then i can start to what i call. Speak up on behalf of those around me and then really act out meeting look at the broader organization. We're talking we're plays or society. In general what are ways we can foster inclusivity and belonging for everyone and so it. Oh it's only the ultimately does start within my own

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Pride Leadership with Dr. Steve Yacovelli

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

06:48 min | 1 year ago

Pride Leadership with Dr. Steve Yacovelli

"Is the secret of great leadership engagement as part of that or not but will it and it's a great question. it's funny. I've had a gentleman asked me when i launched my latest book. Pride leadership last summer. Not this past one. But the one pre code i i'd say and the germans said what's the secret leadership i said. There is one really like yes. There is as an if you if you take my three hundred sixty five page book. Boil it down to one page with one word. The key secret to is trust. So if i'm a good leader. And i can foster trust within my team and team doesn't have to be direct reports. It can be those around me. My bosses my clients. Whoever that is if you foster trust your gold. So i said know one word on one page. That's the secret to leadership but police buy my book. Anyway i'm sure there's lots more golden. Well actually since you brought it up. Why don't we. Why don't we go there and tell me a little bit more about the book. Yeah so like. I said technically my third book i with a real publisher which has been exciting different process. But i've been in love in the leadership and diversity inclusion space pretty much my whole career. You said i did. It was it disney. Ibm for a while as internal people who kind of went out on my own in two thousand eight as a full-time gig and worked with some awesome clients but you start to see leaders and leadership pattern for those who are just like rock and roll and be an awesome leaders and the ones who are crashing and burning and not doing so well the little qualitative research nerd in me was kind of just observing and all this stuff gathering that data if you will and then. I'm at a conference a couple years ago and sorting business cards go before session. This woman's next we actually doing the same thing and she's like what do you do. And i said well you diversity change management will. I said how about you. She's like. I'm a publisher mike. You know what. There's a book in my head that needs to come out. She's like let's get that book out. And so jen became was your and it really just got me starting to think about you. Putting these observations that had over the course of my career down in into play. Since i started. Kind of mapping that and then you know not not long after that. I started looking at some of the leaders around me i do a lot of work advocacy work of volunteer work especially for the lgbtq community as well as others just kind of helping foster equity and justice for the quote unquote others in the world. I through the lens because leadership is top of mind. I'm started watching these leaders. Do what it is they do especially the successful ones. And then if you remember that. Tv show from from back when sex in the city always computer. She's like. I couldn't help but wonder and i actually kind of popped in my head. I couldn't have put wonder if as an lgbtq blue person you have an opportunity to exercise leadership differently or in an in a unique way then our street brothers and sisters for example out of the story some competencies i wanted to play with. I would've down to six in this holding up my mouse pad which just happens it here. It's branded with license competencies. So they're authentic authenticity. Courage empathy communication relationships and culture. And so let's talk about empathy for a second. If i'm out gay man in the workplace when we could work that's leading very authentically in a different way. That may be my straight brothers and sisters are doing so. I'm not saying that. Gay leaders are better than others. But i write it. Probably lucia that. There's an opportunity for people to Maybe exercised those those leadership comedies. That everybody really should be focusing. Their energy on the basis of leadership allies. Love it to trust me. I have had that feedback along So it's not just for gays anymore. But it's really went through the looking at these six competencies through that specific. Yeah i think that's great and it really just makes sense because because yeah you have people who are Who fall fall in one of those communities. They really have had challenges. I think in particular i mean. Just you know personally. I mean it's i mean we've seen it earlier this year with the black lives matter movement and and so when you've got sort of you know couple strikes against you you've got to learn how to be able to maneuver in the business world or or your personal life and be able to find ways to have common ground which is something that we need so much of him so many aspects of her life frankly not just not just the business world as well but Well and which. I guess maybe maybe you can speak on. This is then how do i. I would thinking of people who've gone through unique challenges. Whatever it is and this can even be people who have Physical disabilities as well right that. How does one become. How do you kind of come up with fostering resilience especially when you're having to deal with maybe people who don't see either you or who just have a different way of you know just how how the world should work and your different and it's it's such a great question especially now one of the things that i also say is a key to leadership that and it's one of the skills that i don't feel that people leverage it enough is the concept of listening but it's not just you know it's stephen covey great leadership guru. It's listen to understand versus listen to respond and to far too often especially in western society in. Us society we tend to just listen to give our two sets and instead let let's. Let's do that active listening. Actually i talked about that in my my communication chapter is how can you. You could pull the fright of being empathetic through the action of being an effective and active listener. And so i think that's one of the ways that we can start to really see from different perspective. Especially if we're not really in in that frame of mind and i also i also acknowledged that one of the things that i really try to is my my soapbox if you will is is fostering leaders to be more consciously inclusive and so it really does mean getting in into my own head. I tried to reduce some of those those unconscious biases. And maybe maybe over by susanna might have. They're really work on myself. I and i kind of talk about that as i think. In methodology work on me first. And then i can start to what i call. Speak up on behalf of those around me and then really act out meeting look at the broader organization. We're talking we're plays or society. In general what are ways we can foster inclusivity and belonging for everyone and so it. Oh it's only the ultimately does start within my own

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"dr steve" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"dr steve" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

"To be talking about leadership and inclusion With our awesome guests who someone coming right here from my state of florida. He's actually just down the road from a little bit His name is dr steve yucca valley and so first off. Welcome to live. Love engage steve. Thank you gloria. It's great to be here. Well i am delighted to have you. I found out about you not too long ago and said ooh this is. This is good. I wanna get on a program. So let me tell you a little bit about why i thought he would make a good addition to our show. He is also known as the gate leadership. Dude which i love that handle on. And he's owner and principal of top dog learn group which is a learning and development leadership change management and diversity and inclusion consulting firm paced as i said here in orlando florida with affiliates across the globe and he and his company have had the pleasure of working with a lot of amazing Partners who entered to be members of his pack P companies like fortune five hundred grades like walt disney of bear corporation. A non for profits like the bill and melinda gates foundation and the american library association of universities like ohio state and the university of central florida and even small entrepreneurial rock star like international training and development and gov mojo inc and they really enjoy their client partners to grow develop expand and be successful with their corporate learning change management diversity inclusion and leadership consulting goodness and over twenty five years of experience Steve is actually that rare. A professional that understands the power of using academic theory and actually applying it in the corporate setting to achieve business results. Which is awesome. And i understand. You're quite fond of dogs to which kind of sense with the name. The company said you have dogs. Right now i do. They are the question in the back bedroom so in case the daily amazon delivery shows up. We'll hear them. Hopefully i know the feeling i have. Actually one right behind next to mean snuck in here and it's like well now you're in 'cause the doors keep but she's usually pretty quiet unless the delivery truck comes by but anyway i know are the mission of our program is really to be able to help people to i. What i say is to live fully love deeply and engaging engage authentically and i know that that is something that i believe that leader certainly need to be able to do but i wondered if you know or believe that. Maybe i'm not even sure what you think is like your What is the secret of great leadership engagement as part of that or not but will it and it's a great question. it's funny. I've had a gentleman asked me when i launched my latest book. Pride leadership last summer. Not this past one. But the one pre code i i'd say and the germans said what's the secret leadership i said. There is one really like yes. There is as an if you if you take my three hundred sixty five page book..

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Moderna testing COVID-19 vaccine on young children

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Moderna testing COVID-19 vaccine on young children

"Step to getting kids vaccinated. Moderna announcing today it's set to begin vaccine trials on kids as young as six months to 12 years old. A B C's. Even Pilgrim is in New York with a story. This will be the first vaccine tested on Children. So young in the U. S. Dr. Steve Clinton and Phoenix has already started enrolling his patients as part of the trial. For that reason, we're not only going to benefit the Children by getting these Children vaccinated now we're also gonna be protecting us. Around those Children. The teachers, the parents at home, the grand parents, and Rachel Guthrie is enrolling two of her Children. I think it's very important because we are exposed to people who might be immuno compromised or who haven't yet had the opportunity to be vaccinated. Vagina is planning to enroll nearly 7000 Children from the United States and Canada in the trial.

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Closing the achievement gap in Miami-Dade Public Schools

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Closing the achievement gap in Miami-Dade Public Schools

"Did school board members. We're taking a closer look at the student achievement gap in the age of Corona and they're meeting today. The gap, which is based on race, ethnicity and poverty, is expected to be double in size this academic year thanks to school closures and remote learning, Dr Steve Galan says lack of WiFi and other technology played a huge role. He wants the board to adopt an achievement Gap Oversight committee to try and help these suffering students before they fall further behind community for my item is calling for not only what the Miami Dade County public schools is going to do for what we must do as a community of stakeholders, external stakeholders, he says. The county's identified the most That risk students in the majority have returned to the classroom, which should help

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Understanding the Virus with Dr. Howard Fullman

Medicine, We're Still Practicing

05:16 min | 1 year ago

Understanding the Virus with Dr. Howard Fullman

"So i are host the quadruple board. Certified doctor of internal medicine. Pulmonary disease critical care in neuro critical. Care my very good friend. Dr steven day back. How are you steve doing. Okay deceive. oh we have one of our favorite experts returning to us today Howard j fomin. He is board certified in internal medicine and gastroenterology and howard served a multi decade tenure at kaiser permanent day as partner ford member president of the executive committee chief of staff and chair of the quality committee. He has supervised over forty three hundred staff and over five hundred doctors. Howard is now seen your operating advisor at atlantic street capital for their medically focused investments. Dr howard foreman nice to have you back thanks to be here high stated it good to see hey steve. What's it like in the icu. With the kobe patients has it gone. It's been very rough at my hospital. The surges hit us really hard. We actually we had a mini surge. Back in may when everybody else seemed to be really struggling at this time it has hit us really hard we have about one hundred and fifty plus cove patients in our hospital and i bought twenty percent of those are in the intensive care unit and those that intensive care unit. They are all on high flow oxygen or intimated. So they're all very very sick. And howard what. Are you hear about kaiser. How are they holding up in all this. I just very proud of everybody. Credible courage by the patients and their families what they're going through doctors nurses respiratory therapist all staff level of dedication i think of the healthcare professionals are just miraculous people. Tired in was there the other day doing data the procedures. And just in what. I do which is way less difficult than being in the icu. For twelve hour shifts just wearing in the ninety five masks in a shield and all the p p being more cautious than ever and trying to make sure that the patients can get in and out so that they're not in the medical center. One minute more than is necessary. Cetera et cetera. Just makes the practice of medicine which is already something that's very challenging even more challenging but my heart goes out to the patients and that that's just a culprit patients Anyone who needs services. The hospital is having more difficult time than usual inside easy being a patient thunder normal circumstances that along under these circumstances. i'm sure they're all kinds of treatments. That have changed since our last conversation. I mean the remdesivir steroids in a number of other treatments that you guys have raised a bad situation. What's working the best these days. Dr steve in actually the one medication that really has shown to decrease mortality everything that we have is decadent on an age old medication. A steroid that's used to decrease swelling decrease inflammation in the body thus far as the only medication that we're using that actually has been proven to diminish with a twenty eight day mortality. We do give them de severe because there has been shown that there's been some benefit in terms of shortening the course of the disease and so it's still part of our protocol and so everybody who's coming in is getting a coverage for we call community acquired pneumonia in case they have bacteria on top of covid. So they're getting the usual medications for that which is usually as for miocene in something called stuff triax zone but the standard therapy provided you have good kidney function that you're not to overwhelmingly sick is the decca drawn remdesivir but it is the decca drawn. That by far has been shown to be very effective. I do believe for those people who are not terribly ill that are just starting to show signs and symptoms of covid that have various co morbidity is considerably overweight have diabetes a monoclonal antibody that has given an infusion. I believe has also been a game changer. Although i've not seen formal data in that way but those are the big three medications that we give. I mean you've got to look at what's going on here in the us and it's gotta frustrate both of you. Knowing how many people are breaking the advice may be needle one column rules because somehow those of us in the us don't like those things called rules. Frankly i've seen a bunch of parties. Go on in my town. There have been a bunch of weekend weddings and dancing. And what have you and it's almost like. What are you supposed to do as a healthcare organization to get the message across. I can't imagine. What would happen. To dr steve here if there was a surge on top of this surge. That's an important point in all of us in healthcare professions of. I wanna start again by saying lots. Lots of people doing their level. Best imply vincent. I feel really badly for people who don't have a luxury to be at home. That essential workers people who were living in very congested areas. Tranquil did very best. They can difficult circumstances. So that's important to make sure we now. The hard work difficult circumstances lots of people living under now everybody's violating these guidelines but there are people who are either inadvertently or something some cases intentionally violence

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Free Coronavirus Testing Available For Miami-Dade Children

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Free Coronavirus Testing Available For Miami-Dade Children

"That that Miami Miami Dade Dade School School kids kids now now have have an an opportunity opportunity to to get get their their freak freak over. 19 testing school board vice chairs Dr Steve Galan says that the school system is partnering with the University of Miami health system. Dividing coronavirus testing for Children ages 4 to 18. This is an extension of the efforts of the board, along with the superintendent to make sure that we leverage partnerships throughout the community to provide for testing for not only our families and our employees, but more importantly, our students. The testing will be done through the health systems Pediatric mobile unit, which will be parked in various school lots for the next two weeks, while schools are closed for winter break. Walk ups are welcome. But appointments are encouraged. You can learn more about that. And w y o d dot com and the

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Like Father, Like Son!

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

05:20 min | 1 year ago

Like Father, Like Son!

"It's time once again for America's favorite show, the radio adventures of Dr Fluid brought to you by Tech Floyd Dot Com this week starring Lesley Karrar Rudolph Chuck McCann as Dr Floyd's mother and father. We'll ask dot heroes they end returned to settle river city to the Floyd family home. They were summoned to the home by Dr Floyd's mother who had shocked the crew with the stunning news of the return of Dr Floyd's father. They were now standing at the front door of the house after just having knocked. Your. Putin. Putin Doug. Grant I'm in no mood. I'm blind mommy. Dr Grant is so good to see you. Brought your little puppy ships. Again to. What a good poppy speak come spray. She misses, Lloyd. Puppy hairs a puppy tree. Trust wonderful that your father is home. Sway Oh come on inside. Your father will be up from his nap soon he came all the way from the condos morning you know who he was Bush to. Feel show. You. Come on. He chips. Perpetually under the assumption that you're adult. Don't. Show neither need another one is biscuit shot into my speaker Snot. Thank you very much as our heroes go in to meet Dr Voids, let's check in on that evil mastermind Dr Steve Socks assistant featured who have just landed down the street from the Floyd family home. All right now here's the plan featured I put on this crudely-made deliveryman outfit. then. You're going to deliver this package to Dr Flowing. In when he reaches out for its, you'll push this button on the side. That's it. That's all you have to do. Really well, the box expands and captures anyone who's touching it in an escape proof prison on wheels. I. Got it from prisons in a box dot com. Really will then I will come and roll the prison back to the ship and take Dr Floyd back to my secret lair you will not be able to do anything after that point. Because, you'll be trapped in the box. Obviously look when you push the button, it's going to activate the box and whoever's touching. It gets trapped inside the prison that includes the person who pushed the button. Look. I don't have time to argue about this. We'll discuss it later when I, get you out of the box now get out there and put my pled into action. Dr Steve has enacted a bland to kidnap. Dr Floyd meanwhile are unsuspecting hero is currently sitting in the living room of his family home watching his mother's Pomeranian puppy Mr Bernie jains do. Say. Jay. Okay Comey. Yeah. The depth of his talent knows no bounds or after noon everyone. Your away. I feel like a million ducats and what a spectacular welcoming committee I have to welcome home. Hello there. Everyone I'm Dr Floor Jay Floyd senior. This is Dr Grant. It is a pleasure to meet you sir, the pleasures, all Puerto Laar. Out. Quite. A grip. You've got their Dr Floyd senior. Says Dr Grant Federal Puppy Chips yes I'm not actually a dog here. We treat. And where is my boy? Son Compare your father I'll gladly. Put me down no gene. Sudden Hey. I was just so excited to see you. That's all. It's been a while. Yeah long while. I'll get it you to keep talking book Florida I know I haven't been around a long time I'm sure you're upset about that but I wanNA make sure that we get caught up on this visit. All right. Really you mean. Shirt, do son I wanNA take it nice and slow I. Know You want every detail about how uncovered a lost city and hot a Condo when I'm done telling you about that in retirement for me head out on another adventure. Hey there's a crudely disguised delivery guy at the door with a package for Dr. Flowing As Mrs Floyd Dr Grant and chips into the kitchen to help make some lunch both Dr. Floyd and his father void senior head down the hallway to the front door. Both Dr Floyd's junior and senior reach out for the box. They touch it up the exact same moment and as they do the perplexed Fisher pushes the button on the side instantly engulfing the three of them in. Prison on wheels moments. Later, our villain Dr Steve is pushing the rolling prison down the street to ship. Can you hear me? Did we catch Dr Floyd? Father what do you mean father own wait? I, misunderstood you know it's not much farther. We're almost there in fact, steve is almost to a ship with our hero and his father diabolical plan could Dr Steve have in store for Dr Floyd. How will he react when he finds out that he not only has Dr Floyd Dr Floyd's father as well, and just how is bridget getting along with the doctors while trapped inside that box dishes figure. My good. Find out next time on the radio adventures Dr Flowing.

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Digging Up The Past!

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

04:38 min | 1 year ago

Digging Up The Past!

"Are Adventure. Time begins with our hero. The world's most brilliant scientists Dr Floyd currently on the bridge of his time and space ship along with his young protege Dr Grant and their faithful robot companionship's on them are currently hurtling at full speed through the time space stream doing gypsy. Conducted fever ship with us. Excellent so we're finally going to do it. Dr Floyd we're finally going to capture Dr Steven Fisher a Dr Grant will harpooned under Stephen fidget ship and told them back to the present and bring them to justice. That's fantastic. Dr Floyd. High. Target. Target. Nothing's GonNa stop us now. Oh hang on the phone ring what Dr? Fluid nobody's got the remember our time and space entering the. Race, we can't just let it ring. You Cook Meat Important Call. Yes. So Dr Floyd chips, you better power down the Harpoon and the dramatic music. Oh. Come home. Well, right in the middle or something and besides I told you that we can't puppy Mr Beauty Jen's anymore. Well then why do you need us to come home? And See. We'll be right there mom. Okay by. Chips said, of course for Settle River. City. My mom tells present day. Dr Floyd. What is your mom? Okay. She's she's find out degree. Then what's the matter? He's backed actor he's come back after all these years I'm not following who has come back Dr Floyd may my father? Dr Floyd's father has returned where is he? Why has he been gone so long and why haven't we heard about him before these we'll have to wait for later as it's now time to see what that low down Lone Light Dr Steve, and he's sunk shape assistant featured are doing their own time and space shift step on it fidget there right behind us. You do know what they'll do if they catch us right. They're going to bring us the justice. Will I do want to be brought to justice? Could you imagine how boring it would be to be stuck in Oklahoma? There'd be nothing to do. Justice Oklahoma the population there is only like thirteen hundred at last count each boredom city. Enough Chadha keepdriving. We've. Got To escape. What do you mean? We have escaped. They've stopped following us. We'll where. They made a time jump back to settle river. Well. How Rude Is Rude fidget, and very disrespectful I'm his odgen Nemesis for Pete's sake he supposed to never give up trying to bring me Justice Oklahoma. This ship around fidget. Yes, I know if they on following us, we're free to go anywhere we want but that's not what we're going to do. We're going to follow them back to settle river and make duck Lloyd pay dearly for giving up the chase chairman Dr. Steven turn around to head back to celebrate our city. We now join our heroes who are just parking their time and space ship in the driveway of thirty-seven Pablo Avenue Subtle, river city, the ancestral home of the Floyd family okay we landed. On now, how come you've never talked about your father before Dr Floyd what's to talk about? He's my dad. Years, where was he? He's a world famous archaeologist and he's always off exploring the world for lost ancient cities. I can be. Kinda to but not so much in that we get sued for copyright infringement or anything I. Don't understand why you wouldn't talk about him more I mean if I knew my dad and he was as cool as your dad sounds I talk about him all the time. Sure. Huge. Amazing. All right He. was always out traveling the world picking through dirt or giving lectures at museums. No time to read with his young son no time to be there when his young son wins is first blue ribbon at the kindergarten science. Fair she I'm sorry Dr Floyd. Floyd. No I'm sorry. East that gave you your sense of adventure and so on. TV Exploration. Well, we'd better go in or mom we'll be out here banging on the side of the ship soon, heroes are walking up to the front door, the Floyd family home what will Dr Floyd's father be like we'll Dr Floyd able to work out his differences with his father, and we'll Steve Ever learned that there was actually another type of justice that he could be brought to. All right Mr. Narrator that justice in Illinois to that sounds worse than being Oklahoma find out next time on the radio adventures of duct. Lloyd.

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Trypto-lite-phan-tastic!

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

05:18 min | 1 year ago

Trypto-lite-phan-tastic!

"In all last toughing field episode Dr Steven Fidget were planning on Swiping the Horn of plenty centerpiece from a table of the first Thanksgiving in Massachusetts in sixteen twenty one, they were in the perfect position to achieve this perilous plan has just been invited to the east by the WHUMP inaugur leader Mesozoic again for inviting me and my men to feast with. You this afternoon, Governor Bradford. Well, if it weren't for you and the rest of the law, the tribe none of this will be possible. So thank you say who were those two shady looking individuals over there? You mean the small sock shaped guy with the blue headdress and the tall pasty looking guy indicate yes there were they. That's little. Heel toe the. Native, American and Eaten Bacon they settled they come with. You know we just met them on the outskirts of the plantation. We thought they were with you married. We have room for two more sure why not might as well feed the whole country while we're at it, they're going to have to sit at the kids table though that's fine. I'll let them. Know Ask Governor Bradford Directs Dr Steven Feature to the Kids Table Let's join Dr Floyd, Dr Grant and chips who are watching the actions of the two villains from nearby. Will you look at that Dr Steven fidget got invited to have dinner maybe they're on the guest list Dr Grant There's no guest list for the celebration. There's always a guest list, Dr Floyd Already you know it's too bad. They didn't serve Turkey at this meal we could have failed Dr Steven featured up with so much trip fan that they'd fall asleep and we could drag them back to their ship. Let me guess you're GonNa tell me that even if they did serve Turkey, it wouldn't have mattered because Turkey doesn't contain trip to fan I'm not going to tell you that. Oh, really. Yeah. Tell you tell him chips actually to ground. As you approach, defend is an amino acid that is a natural sedative and although Turkey does contain tryptophan. So does milk beef and beans, but in very small amounts. That sleepy feeling you feel averaging big Thanksgiving meal is usually Mutu everything all that carbohydrate rich. I'm sorry I even brought it up Nolan Daddy did that to grant because it's given me a brilliant idea. Quick put on these settlers outfits and follow me and moments. Our heroes are dressed in the traditional garb of the settlers and are standing in front of Mary Brewster. Can I help you three years? We're here for the dinner Oh of course, you are you have one barbecue and the whole neighborhood shows up look i. don't think we have enough room for all of you but. We're on the list Oh. Okay. As long as you're the loose, told you Dr Floyd Dr Grant but we're not freeloaders we'd like to help you serve the meal really sure do how about we handle the kids table for you that would be a huge help. Thank you so much as our heroes begin to help Mary brewster ditch up the food let's see what kind of trouble Dr Steven fidget or getting in to what the kids table you give up to get to the other side. you get it. Let's go for yet the road. What chicken. Okay kids time to. Yes, please help yourself. There's plenty more where this came from it. All looks so good. Oh, you were. ooh, thank you very much. Strangely familiar robots settlers, and here's some more squash for you. Little Guy. Over the next several hours, heroes made sure that Dr Steven Richards plates were always filled with food and that the to never stopped eating soon in the early evenings light the native Americans and settlers were often joined the cool weather in each other's company while at the kids table Dr. Steven Feeder. Were sleeping soundly hugh. It's finally over we aren't doing this again next year I'll tell you that much. You look at these two Oh, that trip to fan in the poultry must've knocked him right out actually Mrs Brewster Yeah. Thank you Dr they sure are sound asleep don't worry about a Mrs Brewster. We'll take care of them that'd be fantastic I need to finish cleaning up. So I can get an early start tomorrow. All the traders are having sales have to get a jump on my holiday shopping. Well, thanks for the meal Mrs Brewster No need to give things you helped out a great deal. Dot. Grand. CHEESE GONE GYPSUM CARRY DR Steve Dr Grant? Carrie. Fisher's. On. Space travel device and end this. No. I haven't even better idea come on in mere moments. Dr, Floyd carries out a mischievous little plan of his own and it's not until hours later Dr Steven Vigil are awoken by the sound of a marching band. They find themselves in New York in nineteen twenty four being pulled down thirty, four th street in their time and space ship. where. Are We fidget. And what am I wearing? 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Miami-Dade school board holds first in-person meeting since pandemic began

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Miami-Dade school board holds first in-person meeting since pandemic began

"Dade Public School Board is holding its first in person meeting since the pandemic this afternoon, where they will decide whether to change the star data face to face learning My state school board members need to agree on whether to accept the Florida education Commissioners demand that that in in person person learning learning began began no no later later than than October October 5th 5th or or fight fight it's it's submitting submitting by by Friday Friday and and amended amended reopening reopening plan. plan. Vice Vice chair, chair, Dr Dr Steve Steve Galan Galan says says the the most most important important thing thing is is the the health health of of our our Children. Children. But But the state can hit them where it hurts. Some numbers are billions of millions of dollars that could be withheld. If we are not in compliance with the reopening plan, and some of the provisions and exceptions that are being allowed. Gala knows the district submitted to the state without board approval, a plan for the schoolhouse model to begin on October 5th Last week, the board agreed to have face to face learning beginning no earlier than the 14th but be fully operational by the 21st.

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Miami - Broward School Board Meets To Discuss Reopening Plans

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Miami - Broward School Board Meets To Discuss Reopening Plans

"Well, Broward School district officials they're sticking to their plan of starting to reopen campuses on October 14th for face to face learning, even though they got a warning letter from the state education Commissioner Miami Dade School officials are talking about that today. Miami Dade School board members they're holding a special in person meeting to consider revising the schoolhouse reopening timeline. They agreed to just last week of being fully operational by October. 21st with a staggered start no earlier than the 14th. Education commissioner is ordering. They return no later than the fifth. We know the schoolhouse model is the most practical, the most prudent in the most effective way to meet the educational needs of our students. We must do it in a very safe, orderly and secure manner. Vice chair Dr Steve Galan says Millions of dollars of state funding could be withheld. If the state approved reopening plan is not followed. The board can submit by Friday revised plan explaining why they can't open by the fifth.

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Night Of The Living Dumb

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

04:25 min | 1 year ago

Night Of The Living Dumb

"I. When we last left out horrified heroes, they were in Egoyan New Japan in the year sixteen fifty, they were currently surrounded by Dr Steve's latest maniacal Mac and nation an acrimonious army of Ninja zombies while Dr. Steven Frigid Morbid Amusement nearby the blood-curdling Brigade Zombie staggers closer and closer to Dr Floyd Dr Grant and chips. What are we GONNA do Dr Floyd? And we have to make a pen according to my calculations. Thanks time every. minute. They are pretty slow moving not like those Sammy's in that one movie though zombies degrade I will not get into the slow versus fast moving Zombie debate here. Well, we have five minutes Oh we don't I want to get back and go trick or treating quick back to the ship. Let's jump ahead four minutes and thirty seconds, and we'll get this over with. NOBODY CHIPS BECK ownership in seconds. Our heroes are back aboard their time and space ship and they wanted again make a jump to Eagle Alina, Japan just four minutes and thirty seconds later. Once they reappear, they run down the ship's ran back to the same exact spots they were in moments which are now within arm's reach of the Ninjas on. See we saved ourselves sometimes. Making. John. Probably would have been a good idea. I TAC doctor. Mr. I'm not Dr Floyd this is just my halloween costume he's Dr Flowing. Heat. I just wanted them precise Ninjas on. What are we going to do? The only thing we can do in this situation Dr Grant? House our heroes stoically screen self-defense the lead Ninja, Zombie, Prius back to deliver a crippling coffee trump to Dhaka floor. When his hand makes contact with Dr Floyd shoulder there's a creaking sound and zombies on right off onto the drought. Not Degrade chips I know what to do now to defeat them what's that stench do? Trust me standstill our heroes Stan perfectly Steve. As they do zombies own back to begin their. As they attack however owns on their coats break east on's invades flying everywhere and you moments our views are still standing studio in a pile of dust and old Ninja rooms standing nearby shopped at what they witnessed is Dr Steven Bridget. My beautiful. Army of Ninja zombies go guess you up Lloyd what of these days I will succeed. Whatever US J. DR Steve? Come along? Let's get out of here. Should we go after them let them run. We need to get home and do some trick or treating or Hughes. Soon back in Dr Floyd's laboratory all set to go out and do the trick or treating last night's check candy bags. Looks like we're all set where's your costume Dr Flowing e-trade here help me put it on. Okay. Hang on our. Watch. My ears your arms through down. There we go. Okay. What do you think? I'm figure. Where did you get a sock? That big Dr Floyd? You know the basketball player Nate Thurman Healed me a favor. So you're wearing one of big nate's socks. Would Wash did I? That is disgusting. Come on let's just go no seriously I washed it heroes lockup the lab and head out into Saddle River city to go trick or treating where with their adventures take Dr Floyd in his cool next what evil plans could Dr Steve The cooking up in the dark of night and just what candies Dr Floyd hooping to his trick or treat bag this

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Dr. Floyd's Dark And Stormy Night

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

06:01 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Floyd's Dark And Stormy Night

"Begins. On a dog and stormy night on a remote mountainside, legally no Japan beer is sixteen fifty. We are currently a couple of hundred yards from the back. The eager Inoke Castle for brilliant flashing light illuminates the countryside and they're and Dr. Greg two dimensional black time and space. The ramp slowly lows. Dr. Paul Figures strives to the bottom of this is evil mastermind Dr Steve Cold. Cool. Calculate surveys the surrounding terrain with an Eagle smirk turns and yells back up the ramp fidget I've going to need by Galoshes I don't WanNa get my piggies went. We here because I have just come up with the most brilliant plan ever Oh wait to get rid of duct Lloyd once and for all. Video what is the scariest thing you can think of? David Hasselhoff singing how dare you insult my favorite singer fidget? No I'm talking about subsidies. They are terrifying even just thinking about them gives me the willies. When now tell me this? who were the greatest fighters that history has ever seen? Hulk Hogan and Andre the giant. Lease be serious for a minute Ninjas. That's what I'm talking about fidget and that's why we're here in Japan. This territory was home to the Ninja I work hurriedly standing in the middle of an actual Ninja graveyard. What Get off my head calm down we've got work to. Go, get my combination reanimation and brain control device from the cargo. Tonight, we're going to defeat Dr. Lloyd with our very own army, of Ninja zombies. As relieved Dr Steven fidget to press with their sinister plans let's hope that our hero Dr Floyd his young protege Dr Grant and the faithful robot companion chips can provide us with a little sunshine in this darkest of dark episodes are you ready to go trick or treating chips? You? Like those big ears in the plastic teeth I'm just not sure where you're carrying around a big wooden club. Patrol. But what are you carrying around that laptop computer in your other hand? Oh that's fantastic. Very nice chips make people work to figure out what you are. Okay. Are you ready to grand almost Dr Foy give me one second here. Go we're never going to go trick or treating all the good candy will be gone. By the front door of, the lab. Timothy. You guys ready Yes for crying out. Loud Dr, grant chips and I are ready to see her Halloween costume we. There she already know what you're just come out and show US I just wanted to be perfect when you see it. Okay I come. To the. Waco Waco where am I shakes alive to grade you can't just pop out a chilling wearing 'cause humidity idiots looking what donation you're supposed to be anyway imagine scientist forgotten lab experiment no I finishing creature from the depths of the ocean come to walk the land looking for helpless victims. No, I'm ogre stocking the village for fair maidens spirit away back to your cave. No. Well, then what named Peter Jackson? Are you supposed to be you Dr Floyd? I have the lab coat the bow tie the small head everything. Oh. Well. Going Fine Lookin' costume there. Dr Grant. We go trick or treating no, let's go. What's wrong chips? Okamoto no chips. There's no reason to be afraid of Halloween. It's good fun. Daughter Stephen have made a time trump. Figures where did they jump to go Japan in? Sixteen. I guess puts the cable on the trick or treating. Let's go to the ship. Dash off to their time and space ship and mere moments. Later, they are standing in a seemingly empty feed behind the council on the same dark and stormy night or began this episode. Chips do skin and see if you can find Dr Steve. There is a sudden brilliant flashing lights followed by a deafening of Sun. There before our heroes stand Dr Steve and frigid both sporting bright yellow galoshes to keep their piggy strike. No need to search foamy floyd. I'm right here. What are you doing here Steve What are your plotting to steel nothing? Always plotting your demise Dr Lloyd and I'm happy to say that I've done it this time get whatever you and featured posed no threat to us. Perhaps we don't, but it's not us. You should be worried about. What should concern you is one hundred percent authentic army of. ZOMBIES. Another flash of lightning reveals that our heroes are now surrounded by an army of Ninjas Zombie. Active your main activities. Those deeds chewing command, the whole reanimated reprobates starts chuckling their way toward Dr floored. Dr Grant and chips is this the end to Dr Lloyd's? To Stop Dr, Steve Dr Steve's perilous plan b the frightful finale of our heroes, and just how does the bone chilling band of Ninjas zombies few being unceremoniously uprooted from their gruesome graves have to so many years the ground. Find out next time on the creepy adventures of Dr Floor.

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Ballot Bandits!

The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd

05:27 min | 1 year ago

Ballot Bandits!

"In the last sensationally stirring season of the radio adventures of up Lloyd, our heroes, Dr Floyd, and his young protege Dr Grant found out that their faithful robot companion chips could talk as if this remarkable revelation wasn't enough the first thing chips made clear was that she was a she and he has everyone always assume these two dynamic disclosures left us with a lot of unanswered questions. So let's not waste a second more. Let's join. Grant on the deck of their time and space ship as they learn more about the plucky robots chips. That you could talk all this time. Knowing well, then why did you always say Doodoo well, could you understand me when I say? Yeah Get a different time. No I guess not. We have so many questions we have to ask you for instance, where do you come from? I come from. The One. And you want to hear it. Yes. Yes. We've been waiting since the end of last season well. Come from many years ago I was as chips relates the rushing and truly earth-shattering details ever origin. Let's see what diabolically devious deeds, maniacal Malcontent, Dr Steve and his sneaky sock shaped assistant. To visit. featured. Quickly bring me the phone I need to cast my vote for my favorite dancer on. So I guess you can chop. Who Am I voting for White Beatrice. Of course she's clearly the best chance. Raul is good. I'll give you that but he's Remember to watch the results tomorrow night only on. The Super Study Broadcasting Network. Vote for Beatrice. You don't get to vote. You'll vote for Raoul and well, that's just plain irresponsible I won't allow it. I don't care if you think it's fair or not look more people vote for reality TV shows than for president that means a TV vote carries more weight and I will not allow you to waste of vote when you vote for Raoul. Moat don't give me that suffrage stuff. What do you think you are Susan B. Anthony? You just leave the having voting to wait a minute feature. That's it. Quick to the controls. We need to make a time jump to Rochester, New York on November eighteenth seventy two. We are going to steal the ballots that Susan B. Anthony cast in that year's presidential election the ballot that led to a trial that brought nationwide attention to the women's right to vote movement. Just imagine how much that will fetch on Ebay. Horrible News. Director Steve is on route burglarize the ballot cast by the mother of the women's right to vote Moveon Susan B. Anthony Hopefully. Our heroes who are still enthralled with the story of Gypsies origin will be able to prevent him from achieving his agree just plan. Culture with Jessica. Simple. Stop. That is fascinating shifts that really does answer a lot of questions should. Meet is where's the family now? Where's? In fact. Really when they moved here pace eighteen, seventy to. Talk to Stephen Fidget have just made a time space junk to I was gonNA say because that's not too far from. What Stephen Time. Jump. To. Eighteen seventy two in the new. No. No time to waste on exclamations of worried. Quick. We've got to follow him as our heroes race off to follow Dr Steve. Let's go back in time ourselves to November fifth eighteen, seventy, two, the place seventeen Madison streets in Rochester New York. It is six thirty am and a group of fifteen women standing outside the home of one Susan B. Anthony who has just come out the front door good morning sisters of three. Susan. Oh you already to make history. As you know the fourteenth amendment to the Constitution says that all people born in the United States our citizens. It also says that all citizens are entitled to the privileges of Citizenship and wonderful privileges is voting. Yes, we will both nited states right great. That makes us, citizens, right. That means we have the right to vote. Let's vote then sisters. Wait a minute. Hang on what's a matter Susan? Does anyone know where the polling places? Never mind. I haven't. It's on the back of might sample. Okay come on we don't want them to run out of those. This'll voted stickers. As Susan B, Anthony Group of women voters head off to the polls little. Do they know they are being trailed by Dr Steven fidget will stephen featured be able to Swipe Susan B. Anthonys ballots will floyd Dr Grant and chips get there in time to stop. Dr Steve from. Carrying out his evil plan and will we ever get to hear the entire story of Gypsies origin. They really stop interrupting me and the important thing people need to understand about my past is next time on the radio. Adventures.

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Miami-Dade school board one vote away from reviewing county's relationship with FHSAA

Brian Mudd

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Miami-Dade school board one vote away from reviewing county's relationship with FHSAA

"In school. Well, that is up in the air, at least in Miami Dade School board members this afternoon tackling tough topics, including whether the district should withdraw from the state's official governing board or school sports vice chair needs one more vote during today's school board meeting to direct the superintendent to review Miami Dade's relationship with the Florida High School Athletic Association and consider possibly teaming up with another association or none at all. Dr Steve Galan says it wouldn't affect the sports themselves. The overall structure will not impede students and schools ability to compete and participate. He believes it's about finding the best options for a competition. Equity and economics Board members will also discuss Corona virus topics, including testing, Internet safety and hurricane preparedness. Air Caradhras Guess

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