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"joya" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

03:17 min | 4 months ago

"joya" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"If they're breaking out in rashes, cats also cats are very interesting creatures because when they have allergic skin disease, they develop these plaques on their skin and this whole complex called eosinophilic granuloma complex. But cats do things with allergies a lot differently than dogs. And so they are very interesting creatures, but they'll develop spontaneous sores on their skin that the cat actually didn't cause, but it's related to an underlying allergy. So it's kind of cool, not cool for the cat, but it's a very interesting thing that they do and they have skin issues. Wow. Before we let you go we have a little speed round, but I realize we talked a lot about cats and dogs. What's like the most interesting? I know you've seen a pig recently. What else have you seen in your practice? Well, on episode episode two of the show, I see a 24 pound king cobra. That was probably one of the most breathtaking animals that I've ever treated in my life. That was super fun. I ended up taking some masses off of his skin and being able to suture reptilian skin. I mean, so cool and cool. When you do surgery, I'm always like, and then she was like, take out things and weigh them. I am always the one to guess the way. Yeah. It's like that puppy surprise game, right? You're like, how many puppies are in here? It's like how much is this way? The snake was a brilliant amazing animal. I also, we see a few of the zoo animals. And about a year ago I got to treat a polar bear that was super cool. We also have a Jaguar that we treated our zoo in Indiana and any of those kind of neat exotic species is always super fun. So wow. Is there another specialty for exotic veterinarian dermatology? Like with a regular veterinarian. So correct. There's no subspecialty for dermatology and exotics. But there are exotics veterinarians. And so they go on to do special training, usually after vet school to do zoo and wildlife animals. So it's a super nichey type of specialty. Still, how fun to treat a polar bear. It's very cool. Okay. Before we let you go, we have a little speed round, which we like to do at the end of our show, so I'm going to take you through them. Okay. What's the best pet name you've heard at your practice? That is a hard question. Waffles, Twinkie was good. I liked Twinkie. Twinkie was a pig, what was waffles? Waffles was a dog. Waffles is a dog. Anything that's like super cutesy and food named, I think I love. Like that. Okay, what's your favorite TV show other than pop goes the fat? Favorite TV show, oh my God. Okay, my guilty pleasure television show is big brother. I love it. I've seen almost every season. I love a brother. I want to be on there. If you're listening big brother, I was just going to say you would be great. But all right, let's put this. You already have your media real. It's your TV show on net geo. So they'll see you. And bring you on. My family says I can't disappear for three months. So I'm not sure if they'd let me go for that long. Oh, I didn't realize it was that long. That's funny. If you're good, it is. Well, right, if you keep around. What's your favorite beauty.

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"joya" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

02:10 min | 4 months ago

"joya" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"So but if it's getting very big, if it's changing in color, if it used to be soft and now it's hard or it used to be hard and now it's fluid filled. Those are always good reasons to just have a veterinarian take a look at it and decide if it's something that should be taken off or not. And one thing, you know, for us, I mean, my little dog had a few bumps on his skin that I was watching. I was pretty confident that they were benign, but when I had him under anesthesia to have his teeth cleaned, I just went ahead and took those off. So that's something that you could ask for as well. As a pet parent is just say, hey, I'm having this routine dental cleaning or this routine. Other procedure, or even elective procedure, let's say they're getting their knee done, you could mention, oh, well, there's also this bump there that's been bothering me. Could you take it off? And in my opinion, as if you're worried enough to take a mass off, you should just go ahead and send it out and make sure that it's not cancerous, even if it looks normal, it's still a good idea to know for sure. That makes sense to me. And I'm also curious about speaking of outsourcing and when to go to the experts, a lot of people outsource the dog grooming or even sometimes with a long haired cat if there's matting issues, they might outsource that. How do you find a reputable place? Do you have any tips for people because there's so many and there doesn't seem to be a licensing system, at least here. Well, yeah, I think most rumors do have to have some training and licensure, but the biggest thing that I've always done and some of it is also, if you have a certain breed and it's supposed to look a certain way, the skill level can vary from groomer to groomers. So if you have, I don't know, a poodle and you want it to be in a perfect poodle cut. A lot of times it's just finding a friend or someone else that has that same breed and the dog looks good. So you already know that they know how to cut the dog. It seems like a hairstylist, right? With your hair. I mean, honestly, a lot of the groomers that I've found locally for my own pets have been through word of mouth. And even my pet parents that come in, I say, oh, your dog looks great, who grooms your dog, you know? So a lot of it's just asking. And then figuring out what works best for your family. So there are mobile groomers that are around..

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"joya" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

03:59 min | 4 months ago

"joya" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"As opposed to dogs and cats, some of that stuff is more genetic and age related and those kinds of things. As you're talking, I started thinking, you know, we've talked on the show where we talk about dermatology for humans that there is a shortage of dermatologists in the United States. You know, it's like for every X amount of people, there's only one dermatologist, and that's a bit of a problem. And created a market for tele dermatologists that sort of thing. With animals, I just have to wonder this seems so specialized about how many dermatologists do you think there are for animals in the United States? Do you have an idea? I do. Our college of veterinary dermatology is only around 300 people. So in the entire country. So it's a pretty small specialty in the city of Louisville. There's two boarded dermatologists and I book out pretty far. We have some satellites as well. So I work in Lexington and there is not a full-time dermatologist there or in Evansville Indiana, my other satellite. So we book months and months out there because we're only able to go a couple times a month. So there is definitely a shortage, so hopefully exposure to the show will get more people interested in the field of dermatology and hopefully we'll have more availability in the future. Do people come to you directly or do you get is it just referrals from veterinarians? Yeah, that's a great question. We do both. So we have referral basis where the general practitioner will syndicate to us or people will just hear about us from word of mouth, Internet searches from watching the show. So we've had quite a few people make appointments now that they see that a dermatologist exists through our television show. So what's a typical day like for you already named like 12 different animals and then this pig that came in who had a mystery disease? Is that usual? Like you never know what's going to come through the door? Is it just like, here we go again with the dog with fleas or something? Right, right. I mean, we don't know. I mean, there's some days where it is typical pets that you or I would own dogs, cats, maybe a rabbit, and then there's days that someone brings their potbelly pig in. So it keeps it really fun and varied and exciting and I love to see the rare species because it makes me have to put my thinking cap on a little bit and figure out how I'm going to treat these animals can they tolerate certain types of medications, you know, those kinds of things. So Twinkie was a very special special little piglet. Oh, I didn't. I didn't want to violate the patient doctor privilege and ask about the specific patient, but since you offered up Twinkies name. Yes. We wish Twinkie the pig well. Usually a lot of pet parents are fine with their animals named. She is on my Instagram page and she's super cute. Her dad is the most adorable man. He rescues piggies and he rescued a piglet and its mama and mama was pregnant again. So he ended up with another litter, so he just had this litter of 6 piglets and one of them unfortunately has this terrible skin disease. She's covered from pretty much snout to tail with crests. Oh my God. Wow. Now is that one of the tougher mysteries you've solved because I imagine there's a lot of that sort of medical mystery work going on in your practice. Yeah, and I love that word mystery because I think it is true. You know, we do a lot of in-house diagnostics. We're all you've probably seen on the show where I'll collect samples, look at them under the microscope and try to figure out are there external parasites or infection that I need to treat. And then when it's not obvious then we have to go forward and do biopsies. So this little piglet we did collect some skin samples and sent them out to the dramatic pathologist to try to figure out what's actually causing all the lesions on your skin. Oh wow. And it's an autoimmune chronic condition I imagine that you'll have to treat now..

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"joya" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

03:45 min | 4 months ago

"joya" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"It's a little bit of like the pimple popper vibe, but also with pets and she is a delight. So pet dermatologists talk about or work with pets who have skin hair nail and allergy issues. And so that show gets a little gross sometimes. I'm just warning you if you're not into that kind of thing. But Jess and I wanted to have her here to talk about some of the skin and hair issues that can arise with your pets, but also how our beauty practices affect our pets and some of our personal care products. We get questions all the time from you guys about which products that we use might be bad for our pets. So we threw them to doctor joy, who knows what she's talking about. Of course we wanted to just meet her after I saw the show because she just seems like so much fun. And she was fun. So everybody let's welcome doctor joy Griffin to fat mascara. Thank you so much for coming here. Doctor Griffin. I'm going to call doctor Griffin, right? Well, for the show, they say doctor joya, you can call me whatever you want. Okay. All right, okay. Okay. Thank you so much for coming, doctor joy. I'm so happy to have you here. We're so happy to hear you here. Jenna and I have been talking about this episode amongst ourselves. We have our own little side questions we want to ask you and then our listeners, we're going to throw in some listener questions here. But this is a really different kind of show for us. We're going to be talking all about pets pet dermatology. How did you become a pet your veterinarian, but how did you specialize in dermatology for pets? Yeah. Yeah, I think that veterinary dermatology is definitely a little known specialty. And that was one of the goals that I had with the show is just to bring some exposure to the field and I basically got introduced to the field when I went to vet school because we had our own pet, her name was gizmo. She was a stinky, crusty Lhasa. She lived in an E collar for over a year before I was able to take her to school with me and the first service I went to was the dermatology service. And they were able to make a huge transformation in her life. She was able to come out of her cone. She lived a happy and healthy life for 9 additional years and view a beautiful hair coat and I could see firsthand what that meant for me and my family and I wanted to be able to do that for my patients. So early on, I kind of started studying more and more about dermatology and really paying attention to that. Those classes when I was in school and then after you graduate a general practice that can start working right after school, they don't need to do any extra training, but to go into especially medicine, you have to do a one year internship followed by two or three year residency. So I did that. I was lucky enough to get back to Cornell for my residency and then after completing several different endpoints during your residency year, then you set a two year board two year. That'd be horrible. Two day old exam. A two day board exam, which you have to pass that test, and then you can become a board certified dermatologist. So that's kind of how it all began. Wow. So Cornell has an amazing veterinary program, right? Yes. Absolutely. Yeah, not that I am so in the trenches there, but I've actually heard that's an amazing program as it's Cornell. But so tell me, how does a veterinary dermatologist different than a regular dermatologist? Like a human one. Well, I mean, you know, I think we do a lot of the same things, but dogs and cats do have a lot of different skin diseases than what humans get. But at the some of the things are the same. In general, I think, for my own self, I go to my dermatologist for acne, dogs can get acne, but it's a little bit of a different disease than what we get as humans. And so that's not a thing that I treat very commonly..

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"joya" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

08:02 min | 10 months ago

"joya" Discussed on Good Life Project

"The same as causing outright harm rate There is an attempt to recognize that there are systems of power and privilege and oppression that exist and that they enter into our relationships in ways that we don't choose and that we actually can't control and that the way that we can mediate them is through an you know acting to leverage that power in a way that benefits those who would be denied it. otherwise i think that's what shape ally ship is at its best in. It's not wrong. you know. And it has a way of maintaining the sense of separation in the same moment of wanting to leverage privilege wanting to kind of give it over or turn it back or share it that it in that same moment can reinforce this feeling of oh i have so much you have so little. Let me kind of give to you in a way. That is less about compassion which is in this tradition. A relationship between equals. And it's more like pity like And and it carries with it over responsibility of like Oh i you know. I i have so much you have little like. I have to fix a head to fix your life. you know and it's such a burden Rather than seeing one another as each having the skills and the capacities in the destiny relate to meet the circumstances of our lives into grow from them in a way that moves us all towards liberation And so i think that's a difference with real friendship. It's like it's a relationship between walls. it is not as clean as ally ship. And that it's not as it's it's ignites transactional. It doesn't have as much of a set of rules. I think it's it's messier and often inconvenience you know. And i think that it's the kind of intimacy that brings up for us the places where we're each still caught. You know in trying to get what we want. Being unable to mount will be know taking what's not ours feeling superior inferior and there's a way that will begin to close. Relationship was messy and unsatisfactory aspects of relational experience. Come up and they can come up in a way in relationship where we can. If we meet them consciously in with enough stability and resource we can actually can actually both grow spiritually and that it does create the foundation for as you say having such a profound understanding of one another is humanity and having such a unforgettable experience of being human together that we can't not show up for one another that we we are compelled the a the frame for your frame for radical friendship and in fact the whole structure of the book is based on what you share the admit us with the d. seven qualities of friendship. And you also you share some practices. Nearly what do we actually had. We what we do. How do we step into this. One of them is I mean they're all the powerful and interesting one really jumped out at me because it's also one of the four measurable z- Would you like what you describe sympathetic joy Which has been the. It was taught to me. Originally as as the i think. The language was appreciative. Joy and what my mind heard when i heard the description of that is actually not a different ancient language which was yiddish. And there's a term called nakas in yiddish which like the grandmothers would use and it's essentially it is. It's the feeling that you feel when somebody you love so wholeheartedly goes out into the world and in somehow has embraced or succeeds. That you feel that as your own. And so i've always interpreted that that one immeasurable as in in my mind it just lands office and that that is something you know as a parent. That's something that you you come to feel profound by and just like reading through a lot of thoughts and and retouching back into that practice. I'm like yeah you know if we feel this for people who who seem in many ways different from us but we can develop a level of compassion and friendship and vulnerability and openness that. We can actually feel that for each other. I feel like so much get solved On a lot of different levels yeah word nafez. I remember it. I think in one way that is true that to be able to feel a deep joy at someone else's joya success Really wears down the feeling of me being separate from you. Because if i can have experience of joy at seeing your join your success in your happiness than that veil between you and i become thinner away like it. More permeable We're aware of that permeability. What came over and over again. The writing this book is the way that Living within assistance of societal injustice make so complex these these These heart qualities right And same thing with What people often ask me in classes. We teach me dita's like is it. What about what about someone who derives from something that causes harm to someone else now and of course that's not it's not the same kind of heart quality with by that is that kind of joy is like a a whole joint. It's a joy that someone experiencing joy at someone's joy that is the result of their own merit or good fortune. Joy this life-affirming and I don't think that we need to be encouraged or feel compelled to try to try to generate a sense of like happiness or even feeling okay with someone who's like you know joy or happiness comes on the backs of other people suffering and i also think that you know the opposite of what he says. Nb and disconnect rise in friendship too you know like if there's somebody who's having like you know a great book deal or an amazing partner are They appear to be having just their best life in this moment. And we're not can feel like oh that their success or happiness detracting bit for my own sort. Is this incredible healing. That can happen through being able to to access happiness at our friends good fortune. I think there it's also liberal or sometimes we really don't have enough you know and so it would be. I think inappropriate to say to someone who's Material needs aren't getting mad or who is because of racism are transphobia or you know fat phobia or some other form of oppression continually passed over for opportunities to be like. Oh just be happy for your friend like no actually. This is a moment where my sense of envy is tipping me off that. There's something got i want. You know they don't currently have in that that there's nothing like not spiritual about wanting to be happy wanting to have a beautiful experience in this lifetime also so not counter what he said but just kind of add on like an end to demonstrate how how infinitely more complex is to practice these principles around friendship in a society like ours. Yeah no i think. It's a really important distinction nationally. Appreciate you sharing that And i agree it's complicated. You know part of what you're signing up for is is that it is complicated and that there are real hard truths you know and real inequities of and that's all part of what we're saying yesterday was like. Let's actually let's step into this conversation. Let's step into the abyss container of action taking naturally like expanded but Yeah i saw so many powerful ideas But just the notion zooming the lens out of friendship as a mechanism for not only the the betterment of my life in your life okay. We're new friends but like it's actually potentially mechanism for broader impact and justice social justice and change and to drop back into more of the buddha's language liberation You know..

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"joya" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

03:18 min | 10 months ago

"joya" Discussed on Good Life Project

"I know the frame for your frame for radical friendship and in fact the whole structure of the book is based on what you share the admit us with the d. seven qualities of friendship. And you also you share some practices. Nearly what do we actually had. We what we do. How do we step into this. One of them is I mean they're all the powerful and interesting one really jumped out at me because it's also one of the four measurable z- Would you like what you describe sympathetic joy Which has been the. It was taught to me. Originally as as the i think. The language was appreciative. Joy and what my mind heard when i heard the description of that is actually not a different ancient language which was yiddish. And there's a term called nakas in yiddish which like the grandmothers would use and it's essentially it is. It's the feeling that you feel when somebody you love so wholeheartedly goes out into the world and in somehow has embraced or succeeds. That you feel that as your own. And so i've always interpreted that that one immeasurable as in in my mind it just lands novice and that that something you know as a parent. That's something that you you come to feel by and just like reading through a lot of your thoughts and and retouching back into that practice. I'm like yeah you know if we feel this for people who who seem in many ways different from us but we can develop a level of compassion and friendship and vulnerability and openness that. We can actually feel that for each other. I feel like so much get solved On a lot of different levels. Yeah i love that word nervous. I mean i remember it. I think in one way that is true that to be able to feel a deep joy at someone else's joya success Really wears down the feeling of me being separate from you. Because if i can have experience of joy at seeing your join your success in your happiness than that veil between you.

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How Yahoo Is Experimenting With Platforms and Partnerships to Grow Its Audience

The Digiday Podcast

01:59 min | 11 months ago

How Yahoo Is Experimenting With Platforms and Partnerships to Grow Its Audience

"Kili this week. You spoke with join a. Lambert who is the head of consumer yahoo who obviously has been in the news this year. Because rising media's parent company was acquired by apollo global management had been owned over as in now has been sold off. Did joya talk belic where it has or hasn't changed over yahoo since the deal was announced back in by yeah so obviously a fairly new announcement. She couldn't really get into too much of it because the deal hasn't been finalized and all that but at the end she did talk about some of the. I guess prospects for this change and how she anticipates it to be a positive For the company so she'll get into a little bit on it but yeah ultimately unfortunately not too much could be said about the actual Deal and who obviously one of the original internet portals been around since the ninety s. What's yahoo audience. Look like at this point. Yeah so that's a big focus of this conversation because they have been doing a lot in the way of trying to get jen's ears Into the yahu portfolio sphere the company launched a couple of years ago. A brand called in the know which is a video arm that previously sat on top of like its portfolio of brands. It has since been built out into its own Brand itself which has a very big emphasis on consumer revenue. So you're commerce. Plays shop will video things like that but she also talks a lot about the other areas of the portfolio that they're looking to incorporate more of genzyme audience so Everything from yahoo finance in a focus on things like personal finance crypto to tech crunch and also over to like the fantasy side of

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"joya" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"joya" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Like you were talking about stuffing yourself and like how that feeling like can be more cravings like. I definitely agree with that. Like i think it's this idea of figuring out what satiated means and figuring out for yourself personally can be a big challenge for me like i talk about every time i eat just like the on a bomb like if. I don't extinguish that fuse. Some way i'm going to run into challenges. I'm gonna run into problems like because of that bomb explodes. That's when i'm binging. That's what i'm going crazy. That's what i'm going back for food and it can no matter what food i'm eating probably for about ten fifteen minute window. All i want is more. You know no matter what. I'm meeting all i want more. And so i've learned that that's what i need to distract myself. That's what i need to go for a walk. That's what i need to have a glass of water. That's what i need to get up from the table. Go into the other room. Listen to a podcast. Open a book do something else for that. Five ten minutes and then fine. But if i don't do that that's where my head starts to obsess again. That's when i stay in that place. And i one hundred percent It's almost like the more food. I allow myself the more food. I wanna give myself like the more you know the more no matter what it is like i was having discussions with a friend yesterday. I wish i could get satiated by eggs. Like i just really wish But i feel like for me. I'm a bottomless pit. When it comes to eggs like give me four eggs nothing. Give me six eggs. Nothing i still can eat more. you know. And then he's like we'll try twelve and i'm like okay but now we're starting to get a little ridiculous like i'm really you know i. I don't know if. I want to eat like twenty four eggs just to see where my exit point is like. I don't know if that's an experiment. I need to do in my life. But i think there's you figure out eventually this different foods that have that different impact on you and there's some things like i know a lot of people especially in the space of food addiction. Wanna talk about being an abstainer our moderator when it comes to food because you have to take that model when it comes to drugs and alcohol and i think it's it's a grayer zone for people when it comes to food like there are some foods that you may need to have stained farm from the rest of your life and then there's some foods that you may learn that you can moderate. There's some foods that you can handle it like it's about figuring out what works best for you in the end out. Joya hardboiled egg in those are a little tougher to get through. Yeah like i. I had six the other day like i just. I don't know what it is. I don't do shit now. I don't know what it is. I i wish i knew. I wish my egg problem could be solved like maybe someday. Maybe someday i'll figure it out. Essentially i'll let him just curious like you're going on some good tactics there. I'm just curious. What other guardrails tactics you you've set up for yourself. That may be. Because i know you listen to to.

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"joya" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"joya" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Joya, Let's talk about our very exciting shopping day. We had it ever even was so much fun. They are so fantastic When you go into ever. Reeve the stylists help you style yourself. If you don't know what looks good on you, or even if you do, they bring in different ideas. They're so open minded. It wasn't intimidating or too much fresh. You're either we went in with destination Las Vegas in mine, and I love that They picked up things that we would not have picked out. Then we both ended up finding great clothes that we bought. Sometimes it's intimidating to find the latest fashions. If you don't really know how to style yourself. That's wherever Reeve can be your partner. It is so much fun to shop there. Their stylists actually style you out, but it's a non pressure situation. They'll just ask you Can we help you look for things and they come and bring things into the changing room for you feel like a movie star, and it's just a super Fun experience. We couldn't be more delighted than to shop it ever. Reeve and we know you will to go online to ever eve dot com. For more information, New Summer arrivals air here stop by your favorite ever Eve today, get ready for summers. He replace your old A C with a high efficiency Lennox a sea during Sedgwick's pre summer sale and save $1200 visits, actually keeping calm. Sedgwick celebrating 60 years of Superior Service and affordable quality. My son's been more focused on soccer than ever, and I know he loves being on the team, but I'm getting worried. He's skipping meals and constantly working out. It's like he can't sit. Still, He looks exhausted and I don't know what to do..

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3 ways companies can support grieving employees

TED Talks Daily

05:03 min | 1 year ago

3 ways companies can support grieving employees

"About three years ago. I lost my daughter. She was sexually assaulted and murdered. She was my only child and was just nineteen as the shock wore off and the all consuming greed to core. I lost all meaning and purpose alive and my daughter spoke to me. She asked me to keep living. If i am not avow she will have. One less heart continued to with dad. My partner susan. And i started our desperate climb out of this deep hole of pro my loss in the back to the land of the living with grief we unexpectedly found a rather unlikely and bitty helpful ally my work at first. I wasn't doing trudy pressure. Go back to work. I i had a lot of self doubt as a senior executive responsible for thousands of employees and billions of dollars after all the trauma is my mind still sharp and creative enough for the job. Can i still relate to people. Can i get past their resentment and regret. i felt about all the time spent working instead of Being with my daughter. Is it fair to leave. Susan home alone dealing with han grief and pain at the end. I made the decision to go back to work. And i am very glad i did. We all experience grief and loss in our lives for most of us that means at some point getting up and going back to work while living with the grief on those days we will continue to carry the incredible burden of sadness but also i hope that work itself and restore us that much needed feeling of purpose for me. Work started out as a just a product distraction but evolved to being truly therapeutic and meaningful in so many ways and might return to work proved to be a good thing for the company as well. I know i'm not indispensable but retaining my expertise proved to be video beneficial and my return helped all the teams. Avoid disruptions and and distractions. When you lose the most precious thing in your life. You gain a lot of humility and have very different perspective. Free of egos and agendas and i think i may better corker and later because of that for all the good that came from you though might re entry into work from his who steady hard. The biggest challenge was having to separate my personal and professional apps completely. You know okay to cry at an early in the morning but slap a smile on the face promptly at eight o'clock and active as it is a santa's before until the workdays over leaving in two completely different worlds at the same time and all the hiding and and pretending that went with it it was. It was exhausting. It and made me feel very alone overtime. I worked through those struggles. And i gained the conference and the acceptance to bring my whole work and as a direct result of that i found joya gaining it shooting that hard journey back to work. I learn the power of having a culture of empathy in the workplace not sympathy not compassion but empathy. I came to believe that a workplace where empathy is a core part of the culture that is a joyful and productive workplace and that workplace inspires a great deal of loyalty. I believe that are three things. A company can do to create a nurture a culture and with the in the workplace in general and support a grieving employee like myself in particular one is to have policies that led unemployed deal with their loss in ps without worrying about administrative logistics. Second per wide. Return to work therapy to the employee as an integral part of the health benefits package and third provide training for all employees on how to support each other

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3 ways companies can support grieving employees

TED Talks Daily

04:56 min | 1 year ago

3 ways companies can support grieving employees

"About three years ago. I lost my daughter. She was sexually assaulted and murdered. She was my only child and was just nineteen as the shock wore off and the all consuming greed to core. I lost all meaning and purpose alive and my daughter spoke to me. She asked me to keep living. If i am not avow she will have. One less heart continued to with dad. My partner susan. And i started our desperate climb out of this deep hole of pro my loss in the back to the land of the living with grief we unexpectedly found a rather unlikely and bitty helpful ally my work at first. I wasn't doing trudy pressure. Go back to work. I i had a lot of self doubt as a senior executive responsible for thousands of employees and billions of dollars after all the trauma is my mind still sharp and creative enough for the job. Can i still relate to people. Can i get past their resentment and regret. i felt about all the time spent working instead of Being with my daughter. Is it fair to leave. Susan home alone dealing with han grief and pain at the end. I made the decision to go back to work. And i am very glad i did. We all experience grief and loss in our lives for most of us that means at some point getting up and going back to work while living with the grief on those days we will continue to carry the incredible burden of sadness but also i hope that work itself and restore us that much needed feeling of purpose for me. Work started out as a just a product distraction but evolved to being truly therapeutic and meaningful in so many ways and might return to work proved to be a good thing for the company as well. I know i'm not indispensable but retaining my expertise proved to be video beneficial and my return helped all the teams. Avoid disruptions and and distractions. When you lose the most precious thing in your life. You gain a lot of humility and have very different perspective. Free of egos and agendas and i think i may better corker and later because of that for all the good that came from you though might re entry into work from his who steady hard. The biggest challenge was having to separate my personal and professional apps completely. You know okay to cry at an early in the morning but slap a smile on the face promptly at eight o'clock and active as it is a santa's before until the workdays over leaving in two completely different worlds at the same time and all the hiding and and pretending that went with it it was. It was exhausting. It and made me feel very alone overtime. I worked through those struggles. And i gained the conference and the acceptance to bring my whole work and as a direct result of that i found joya gaining it shooting that hard journey back to work. I learn the power of having a culture of empathy in the workplace not sympathy not compassion but empathy. I came to believe that a workplace where empathy is a core part of the culture that is a joyful and productive workplace and that workplace inspires a great deal of loyalty. I believe that are three things. A company can do to create a nurture a culture and with the in the workplace in general and support a grieving employee like myself in particular one is to have policies that led unemployed deal with their loss in ps without worrying about administrative logistics. Second per wide. Return to work therapy to the employee as an integral part of the health benefits package

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Health Equity Advocate On Black Doctor's Video Of Treatment For COVID-19

All Things Considered

04:42 min | 1 year ago

Health Equity Advocate On Black Doctor's Video Of Treatment For COVID-19

"Dr Susan Moore has become a hashtag on social media. More of family physician died of covert 19 and an Indiana hospital last week. She was 52 days before she died. She posted a video on Facebook in which she said her doctors treated her as if she were a drug addict. She said they were planning to discharge her from the hospital too soon. People get killed. When you send them home, and they don't know how to affect for themselves. In that video, which has no circulated all over social media doctor more maintained that if she were white, her care for covert 19 would have been very different. Enjoy a career. Perry is president of the National Birth Equity Collaborative. She joins us now. Thanks for speaking with us. Thank you so much for having me. What went through your mind when you first watch that video of Dr Moore speaking from her hospital bed, You know, it was so deeply saddening and very familiar asses. The world watch the murder of George Floyd and it stopped the world in its tracks because, although we'd heard about police violence before, and we knew it existed, and we've seen data and reports That's the same way that I felt watching. Dr Susan Moore described what was happening to her instead of the hospital. It was a glimpse into side of what we all know to be true what we've experienced as members of the black community. Inside of health care is health care providers. There's an O B g Y n And also just knowing that it was not going to end well, knowing that she was begging and pleading and wanting to be seen and valued is fully human, and that wasn't happening. You I know have worked with hospitals on anti racism training. Is there data Do we know how common what Dr Moore described as her experience was? Well, we do know from the data. We work in the black maternal health space, and there's been some studies. That show that medical students believe that black patients don't feel pain the same way that they believe that black patients have thicker skin. There were also a study that was done out of university, North Carolina that showed that if there was a black preacher and white patient asking for a pain treatment toe You have to after having that major abdominal surgery that the black patient got it in a less timely manner and less frequently and with the less amount so every time that we have worked with hospitals, and I've said Okay, well, maybe it's not you. Maybe that's just that hospital that group run your own data Look to see by race. If you're managing your patient's pain equally, if when they come in, they get the same treatment and I've yet to have a hospital come back as a C I told you we're doing it all the same. And so I'm looking forward to that day. You're making a point that Dr Moore herself made in that video. She said she believed she was denied more pain medication or as much as she needed because of her race. I want to mention that the hospital where she was treated Indiana University health Has put out a statement. They say they can't come in on her specific case because of privacy laws. But they say the hospital is committed to equity to reducing racial disparities. They say they're going to do a full investigation. What will you be watching for in that investigation? I'm excited to hear that they want to investigate. It was a little traumatizing for communities. I know that these privacy laws are important. But if you've been a community like the black community, or LGBTQ community or indigenous folks who've been had mistrust from the health care system, because we've been abused by it and lie to and not treated well, when we hear things like we can't comment that doesn't engender trust going forward. Some people listening might be wondering Hang on over prescription of pain. Meds of opioids has been a huge problem. Doctors and hospitals have struggled with how to balance Against overprescribing with obviously the very real need for care and pain relief. Do you think that was at all in play here? Yes, I'm sure that the providers in that hospital or were hypersensitive and very aware of the pain issues and the pain still issues, But unfortunately, when you are from a community that has been that Centered and has been marginalized. There's something is well, you must be pill seeking, like these other people, and we must then count, so the assumption is really real, that I've experienced it by himself, where family members are assumed to be drug seeking pills seeking and never, just looking at the person is individual saying what I want my 52 year old friend as Dr Susan, where could be any of our friend? Be lying here in pain. Don't I want to address her pain? Don't I wanted to be pain free, but I value her, and that's what we're asking for. Dr Joya career, Perry. She heads the National Birth Equity Collaborative. She was speaking about the experience of Dr Susan Moore, who died of covert 19 on December 20th. Dr. Crew, Perry. Thank you. Thank you so much air in patient.

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"joya" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"joya" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"Hi my name. Is andy stokes. And you're listening to a bowl of soul a mix of so beefcake and the show and repair the eib. Just don't care. Evans tie and about the trump on its odd. Everyone's allergy to have joya drink man all them weep. Take time play all the families still own long you bill. All.

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"joya" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"joya" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The greatest cover. So that's another Julia Point. Everyone had this album cover and someone even gave it to us here, Laurie. We still have it somewhere in one of our bends. We haven't my dad district has made my dad In the Tijuana brass? Yes, Yes. What? Julia, What's the score? Now? It's 3.5 to 1.5. Don't worry. She'll come back when I always know it's not And Herb Albert is, of course, the A in a in our records am Yes. You know, I'm sorry. Yeah, ours, cousin. Oh, yeah, It's tied, Joya. So this is very exciting. Laurie. I know there was 3.55 to 1.5. Laurie. I don't know what math you're doing. Oh, yeah. You just got one, right? All right. Ok, Here comes the song. Bread and butter by the new beats again. These are all like Thanksgiving foods. You might be shopping for this weekend. We're gonna do a finish the line here. You ready? Here goes No way. I love that errands, huh? Boston Jam. I like peanut butter. Don't you know I'm Sam? I am Um like care to be You don't know what? I'm sorry. Um well, the funny thing is that it's a repeat clue was in. Yeah, it was a reason, but I didn't write dog, he said. That's I'll just play for you. That's that's what my baby feeds me. I'm her loving.

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"joya" Discussed on B2B Marketers on a Mission

B2B Marketers on a Mission

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"joya" Discussed on B2B Marketers on a Mission

"For everyone for every organization and i i was reading a book on on artificial intelligence and i think they they described it. Well they pointed out that no organization should have an ai strategy as overall plan instead. They should be using ai as a tool as a way to get to their overall plan. If that much of the cell just as it you know it it may not be a perfect fit for everyone but if word to take those baby steps in implementing a strategy i honestly would recommend just starting small identify that business school that objective that you want to accomplish and then go from there because like implementing any new technology. There are inherent risks right. The there's cost. There's a learning curve so for example. If you are a business and you say want to improve your customer service you might just want to start small and implemented chat bot. If you don't have one so i think that's the believe like i don't want people to think that they should rush and invest all this money and ai and things that they can improve all the processes across the board. It's i don't think it works like that. I think you should start small and then go from there. May not you know and see where leads you take slower. That's that's such great advice joya so basically it's like you know you you start small you test see the results of traits and Progressively on if relevant right right absolutely amazing. Well this has been such an excellent session. Thank you so much for coming on and sharing What's the best way for people out there who connected you well first of all. Thank you again for having me i. I really enjoyed our conversation on. I'd say the best way to get in touch with me would be through lincoln so you can find me through my name joyous for lada and for those you're listening i feel free connived to end. I love to keep the conversation going and i. i always love to learn so you know. Yeah please can dan. I hope everyone including you christian healthy french much and one other tip if you're reaching out joy lengthen a. Don't use about to chat with her. I'm just kidding. Joyo thank you so much spin such an amazing session. I appreciate you taking the time to chat with me today and take care as well be safe and altantis thank you. Thanks bye for now. Now thank you for joining us on this episode of the bbc marketers on a mission. Podcast to learn more about what we do here. I'm like please visit our website at. Www dot co and be sure to the show on itunes or your favorite podcast player..

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Kyrgyzstan President Sooronbai Jeenbekov Says He Will Resign

BBC Newshour

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Kyrgyzstan President Sooronbai Jeenbekov Says He Will Resign

"Bajan Bulgakov has resigned following days of protests calling for him to go. Country has been gripped by a political crisis since parliamentary elections earlier this month are Mus Joya is in Bishkek President James Bekoff said Peace in the country was more important than his presidential post. He has finally given in to pressure from supporters of his rival, the prime minister sadder Jabbar off who continued to protest in the capital Bishkek. Despite a state of emergency coming into force. The president's resignation is likely to deepen the political crisis. Now the speaker of parliament becomes leader of Kyrgyzstan, but the protesters want him to resign to leaving the new prime minister as the main leader of the country. Russia has already stopped providing financial support until Kyrgyzstan stabilizes. If other countries follow. Kyrgyzstan will be left in an economic crisis with Corona virus case is rising everyday. The authorities and the Libyan

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"joya" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"joya" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The bump and sons busted up. No marriage. Jerry Mulligan is still with you offered some but Diane Diana was Dion. Diana was married to Winston. They I can't I? I only know the lead singer who? Carrie Mulligan. Winston anyway, They're not living together, and they said they have been living apart since last year, and she is dating. That was all it was. So anyway, what took so long? I mean, that's a nine months ago. Well, wasn't the cove it Well, it did. People don't always need to have a real And if she isn't in anything, Yeah, I know She's so cute. Nice, really. He's darling. And I don't know why. I always loved the idea of my actors and musicians or the actor in the musician. I don't know. Well, remember what happened when Julia Roberts famously married I love it. You know the barefoot, but we knew that wasn't gonna last. You know, when you have to skip down the aisle barefoot to get people to not talk about the differences between you and your husband to be to draw attention away. They were together for three years. I gotta look at the way. That was short, short marriage. You know, there's a lot of those. You know the actor. I mean, Nicole Kidman and Keith Yes. Perfect. Okay, um The other thing I wanted to tell you about Joya is that Jared Padalecki. We saw him walking through the Bellagio on an obvious guys. You know, bachelor trip. He's from one of your CW show Supernatural. He's beautiful. Just be absolutely beautiful People. Also Norma's dean from Gilmore Girls, Great show, and he and as a straight man, I can tell you he is one Hell of a looking dude. He isn't. He's tall. He's well over 6 ft. And Supernatural, you know, is finishing its 15th season on the CW, and they had two more episodes to film in Vancouver. When Cove it hit and they just Jared and Jansen echoes. They're back, and they're going to finish the last two episodes of supernatural and then he Is going to be Chuck Norris. He is going to be Walker, Texas Ranger. Yeah, Norris is really great casting. He's I mean, his just Yeah, he's really going to look good in a mustache and beard. Combination. He's a tall, big drink water and I'm glad we have supernatural reruns forever. That is such a good show. I've never watched porn. Oh, it's pretty good is good, And you know what you condemn in and out of that show Otto order you don't have to. It's not one that you have to start from start to finish. It's got individual stories for Dean Morgan was the boy's dad. You know, you learn then there for I don't know. It's really a story about brothers that that our ghost busting. You know, I'm running into a lot of characters and having sex in danger. And you know there's some philosophical but that is just that you never done it Supernatural. There really is one of the things that you know, blasted the CW, and they did stratosphere. Surprise in my DVR mind. I know. And Yeah, so anyway, that's happening. Jim Belushi as apparently a growing cannabis industry. That's just like on Discovery Channel tonight, Growing Baluchi growing Belushi. It's even getting three parts. He's a big pot grower. He's into being swimming nude in his river in Portland, or somewhere in Oregon. Yeah, this kind of was intriguing to me For some reason. I don't know why. I think so. Because I don't know I am interested. And I like I kind of like him. I used to like it. That one show he had with the girlfriend. Melrose. Yes. Where they were a couple. I can't remember. But I'm I would be a righteous so Discovery Shark Week's over. He said. He's sitting on learn more about this. It's um the Belushi far me establish it in 2015 in the middle of the banana belt in southern Oregon. Yeah, it's Aguila grabbed. What is the banana belt? I didn't know. It's a geographic hand print shaped like a banana leave. It's the perfect storm of air, sun waters and temperatures that produced the best pears grapes in cannabis. Wow. And you know, I mean, really like cannabis like the where it is legal, You know, it is helping people like with depression and also pain and there's all kinds of different ways. There's topical and without the tea. You know there are a lot of healing. Property, right? And and he's working on the last prisoner project, which is 40,000 cannabis prisoners alone in the United States to be released. Yeah, yeah, who have been incarcerated for doing something? That's no longer a crime? We are watching this. You guys signed out sons. Good. All right, listen, we'll be right back. We've got Hollywood speak. Miley really has a lot to say we're going to decipher. We're getting excited. It's Cat Video Festival Week on my top 1071, and we're hoping you'll join us Thursday night, not at sea. It just feel this time around. But at your place on a screen of your choosing. We've put together another hilarious cat video compilation, spiced it up with some clips from America's funniest videos. 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"joya" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

Candid Conversations with James

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"joya" Discussed on Candid Conversations with James

"People. Yeah, I don't know. That's that's just. We're learning as I think society as people as individuals. I think. When you look back I. Think it was like our our parents were were raised by very strict parents by large because they came out of the depression ripe. It's like my grandmother was she she grew up in the depression. So she gave her kids. Very. Strict. Lessons, but she came from a place of scarcity. So she put a scarcity mindset into my folks, right? and. So as reaction to that, I had a less scarce mindset because they didn't want me to feel the restrictions that they felt right but then as a result now. You know that's not even something. So like now like you constantly going. So now I'm I've paid some of the price for that in my life where I've. been planning ahead well, enough because I. You know I had this this non scarcity mindset of everything's will just be okay it's sometimes I shit backfire. So now I'm teaching my kids to try to be a little bit of both and they'll hopefully get a little bit better and so each generation, we hopefully get better. I don't know that's the only thing I can hope because I don't think it's going to you know it's not GonNa, it's not going to get fixed. This year. You know there's all intellectual and now we're we're talking about such big things. Is this generation's it takes generations of minds to fix it. But are we gonNA do today as have the conversation to totally feel the thoughts of the future sounds inspiring or some shit right? Close enough. Close enough. Ready to call this first one. After go. Do my other jobs I can. Well, hopefully, you guys join us on our next one. This is a fun fun start and we're going to try to keep going with this. Oh Follow, subscribe all that good stuff, and we'll see you on the next one. Litigators Joya drinks piece. A..

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"joya" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"joya" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"joya" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"joya" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Plugged up. Call it all. Not working. That I would check. Right. Okay. So check for check tick, go ahead. All right. Got another storm system, rolling out your way coming into town because you're cutting up on me again pretty good. So I'm just gonna I'm gonna take the ball and run with this a little bit here. Now you mentioned the filters obviously that's one that a lot of tenants on fortunately negligent with so, again, talking about prevention and may be as simple as sending them reminder on a monthly basis, I find most most folks are very good. And if they just need a gentle nudge, they get busy. They stop thinking about these things maybe put on your own calendar. Give them a reminder have them change those things, and then I talked at the top of the show in the first segment, one thing, I've experienced is sometimes they're a breakers within the system within the unit itself. No one has accident. We don't have access to that at attendance don't. So if they'll just reset the system by turning it off at the thermostat and then shutting down the power to the unit from the breaker, in the garage of the closet wherever that is waiting. Just a little bit doesn't take long fifteen twenty minutes, and then then re going back through the process it on in the garage at the Br. And then turning thermostat back on. I find that, that often will you know that, that will will reset the system Joya did have another question for you. If you're there, one of the problems that I've seen is that say line can get clogged, and that can become a problem, especially if I've got one of those kill switches in there. What can I do to prevent that growth in there? That's that's backing up the drain line. That's one of the things that we come. We'll also recommend filters. Down that that during to vent to. All the by a Cup of water keep that line. Clear..

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Oprah Winfrey, Reporter And Joya discussed on Lori and Julia

Lori and Julia

01:20 min | 3 years ago

Oprah Winfrey, Reporter And Joya discussed on Lori and Julia

"So, you know, this Oprah Winfrey. This Hollywood reporter, it covered a lot of topics. I did think I did love that. She tells the story about sixty minutes producer trying to schooler on how to say my name. Hi, my name is Oprah Winfrey. Oprah Winfrey in this is sixteen minutes. Right. And and she she said, you know, she was told that in her first television job too because as a young reporter, the family had lost their home. And my boss told me I reported it with too much emotion. I too much emotion in the story and even said my name with to emotion. So she said, I always knew that like that resonated not to pay attention to that right advice. And as she said, but even they kept telling me on sixteen flat out, your voice, there's too much emotion. And I kept trying to flatten it out and flat my personality. And I'm like that is. Is not a good thing for me. Right. That is what? The whole thing is completely ridiculous quit six minutes. This is how people say their name. It's not flat enough come cheap creek. Which what a dumb thing to Oprah because I had to take so much seven takes just on saying my navy has it was to most. That's crazy. She only did see her a couple of stories let but we don't know what he's he's quit. So in this interview, she also discussed what she watches on TV. She says only the crown I can't believe she doesn't watch Mrs Maes. But anyway, that's what she said. That's all she watches. Own shows on own Joya. That's you don't even watch anything on own anymore. I don't know. What's on

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"joya" Discussed on Starting9

Starting9

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"joya" Discussed on Starting9

"Like this pop off in Arizona. This is what spring training is so cool about the grunt dolls know what three trading is all about. They know where to go. So you know, where to go to crops you a jet skier promise funny story. I've only been on a jet ski once. It was awesome. Loved it. Didn't know how to stop. So when I when I took it back to the boat house. I crashed into all the other jetskis. Yeah, they didn't use to make jetskis with breaks if you're super filthy rich, and you have sweet shit like that they have jetskis with breaks, and they're super fun. I don't know that that would help you anymore. But what you and I can do is. We'll go up in the hot air balloon tour that I promise Joya, and we'll be able to see the late that we can then go jet skiing on and it'll take you maybe you'll have to ride behind me, and and hold onto the chest of my life preserver because I know how to operate one of these PWS's personal watercraft. That's acronym for personal watercraft. Gotcha. Yeah. They got they got a lot of these personal watercraft type stuff to do out there in China. So we can hike up Camelback show you the hot air balloon site will go up in the hot air balloon or show. The lake that we're gonna go jet skiing, and then from there, we can go crush a ridiculous dinner because for me, that's one of the best places. One of the one of the best places for food period in the desert. I feel like exclusively eat steaks when we're together. Do how the stakes in Arizona tell you right now. And I think all big leaguers would agree the beef in Arizona. Oh, buddy. Arizona spring training. The beef is a bound by the beef is about they got great sushi out there to rob. I've never had sushi. I'd love to maybe try it the fishes fantastic Zona, Jerry the fish, especially around spring training. The fish is to die for my friend of good. Try some of that,.

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"joya" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"joya" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

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