35 Burst results for "Papa"
Raleigh homers twice, Mariners down sluggish Guardians 6-1
"Kyle Rowley and Luis Castillo carry the Mariners to a 6 one win over the guardians Raleigh drove in four runs on a pair of homers including a three run blast to put the ems in control The Mariners are 17 and two when Raleigh homers It's really right for the heater and then anything else that kind of hangs or you can see papa and you adjust to it I think that's what most of the good hitters do and that's what I tried to try to model it off Castillo pitched Seattle to its 7th win in 8 games tossing shutout ball while scattering 5 hits over 6 innings The guardians have dropped three in a row I'm Dave ferry
New York Bodega Worker Jose Alba Charged After Stabbing Attacker
"The word bodega has been in the news for the last week or so. I mean, literally across this country. The viral story of a bodega worker attacked and assaulted by the boyfriend of a girl who couldn't get the chips she wanted because her EBT card was all was run out. She goes out and outside and gets her boyfriend, you know the story by now. The boyfriend wearing the $350 designer shirt from what I was what I read. So in other words, she's broke, nothing on her EBT card. He's worth a $350 shirt. He comes in and attacks an assaults the bodega owner and as you know by now Alvin Bragg in New York City, the DA there in Manhattan. Of course, soft on crime, no cash bail for anybody else, but for a guy getting beaten up for doing his job and saying, I don't want any trouble, mama. I don't want any trouble, papa. I don't want any trouble gets thrown into the racket into the wall and attacked an assaulted before he pulls out his knife and stabs to defend himself. He gets a cash bail of over $250,000 and sent to Rikers. To await trial before finally a judge said that's insane and lowered it to $50,000 and he was able to get out on bail.
MYC Bodega Worker Tried to Defuse Situation Before Stabbing
"That a New York City bodega worker charged with murder. $250,000 bond for defending his life against the man attacking him. He tried to calm an angry customer when the, when the when he ended up stabbing to death in self defense, when the man came behind the counter and attacked him, Jose Alba, 61 was freed from jail last week after his bail was allowed, following a public outcry. All but as charged with second degree murder after fatally stabbing 37 year old career criminal Austin Simon. Video obtained by the New York Post reveals the bodega worker post it does a lot of good work. A shout out to the New York Post. Was trying to avoid confrontation with Simon in the minutes leading up to the July 1st stabbing. Papa, I don't want a problem, papa. All calmly tells Simon. As the man angrily storms into the Hamilton heights bodega and walks around the counter to confront the clerk. Simon charged into the blue moon convenience store, minutes after his girlfriend tried to buy a bag of chips for her daughter, but her benefits card was declined. The woman who claimed all but snatched the bag of chips from the child is heard on the video asking Alba that you put food, all but responds that he'll try her card, another time. No words that you did you put in its four food because the card doesn't allow for you to buy a watch. Okay, did you put food? Okay, mama, let me do it another time. My God, he says to her, as she insists, there's money on there. But he scans the card multiple times and hands it back to her, telling her it's not working. By
Mark Meckler: There's a Radical Awakening on Many Levels
"Air, Mark, do you feel like there is an awakening in America that mama bears and papa bears are starting to get engaged that the pendulum might be slowing down and swinging back the other way? I think there is. And I think there's a radical awakening taking place on many levels, you know, I was one of the original folks in the Tea Party movement and build the Tea Party patriots. That was a big wave election back in 2010. It was a big movement. I think this is more important and bigger. And the reason I say that is not just because of the size and scope of it, but it's the age of the participants. If I think back to the Tea Party movement, I'm 60 now is about 50 when that was going on. I was young for the Tea Party movement. You know, 50 and up. If you look at the movement taking place today, it's parents with school aged kids. They're 25, 30, 35, 40 years old. That's going to have a long tail to at least people are ferociously defending their children. It's not about posterity. It's about my kids right now being sexualized, being taught, racist tenants, parents are angry, they're rising up and they're getting engaged in politics. They're going to be engaged in politics for the next 30 or 40 years. So I think this is a sea change in American politics.
Ask Officer Tatum: The Roe v. Wade Issue
"I want to get back to the question that Michelle asked about the roe V wade issue. Let me just say this. You know, I would love to do more research and figure it out because it's very confusing to some degree. But it's not that serious. I think that people should not, first of all, the politicians are talking about roe V wade because they want to make this a political issue so they can win in the midterms. They don't get can care less about you cohan and your babies are dying or whatever case may be. They don't care nothing about the promiscuity. They don't care nothing about your heartache and pain, nothing about the regret after you do it. Women feeling lonely and depressed and all of the things that come with having abortions, they could care less. They want you to vote. They can care less about the people at the border. They don't care about them getting killed on the way over here dying again left in the desert by coyotes getting raped and all of the above. They couldn't care less, okay? They just want your vote. Roe V wade, I do not understand how a rational woman could be arguing about this at this point. Our irrational man could be arguing. Many of these states giving you up to 16 weeks of some crazy. I mean, I think 16 weeks is even way too much. They give you plenty of time because to be honest, a lot of people are arguing, what if you get raped or whatever can be? Well, if you ask me, I'm pretty sure you know what happened to you at least it within 24 hours of you having to go and get something done about it. And so there's no mystery. It's not like you get raped and you don't know you got raped for until you're pregnant. I don't know if that happening. Anybody that's involved in the incest, a medical issue is a completely different story and they always try to push this issue. Let me just say this. I heard Steven Crowder cities before. And I think it was a beautiful response. He said, if you talk to people who claim to be so involved in caring about the people who are raped or incest or whatever, ask them, less eliminate all of those people and allow them to have as many abortions as they can or whatever the case may be. What about the 99%? Can you agree that all of that is wrong? All in the papa gasket. The brains pop out in a pass out and they cry and they spit and roll around on the ground all day. That's what they're going to do because they do not have a real solution to the problem. They do not have they are not acting in good
Doug Welcomes Stem Cell Expert Dr. Vincent Giampapa to the Show
"Today's gonna be a great episode. It's one that I've been fascinated now for a while and the things that we're gonna talk about aging stem cells, the advancements in technology, how we deal with our health and our bodies and it's just something that everybody deals with. We're all the time here talking about different issues on the Doug Collins podcast from politics to life to every day. And this one is one I've been excited about for years and as someone who has looked into it, look at how stem cells, the usage of them and also our in our bodies, how we can help make our bodies better. It's been something that I've always wanted to dive into deeper, but also have somebody that can actually be an expert on it in this today is exciting because we have doctor Vincent GM pop on. One of the leading experts in this field. He's been nominated for a Nobel peace, a Nobel Prize Peace Prize probably if he got this all right. But a Nobel Prize on his work, but also many patents, and just in an exciting kind of comment today, we're going to have a great time discussing this. So doctor Jim papa, welcome to the show. My pleasure, Doug, my pleasure. An amazing topic because the model of medicine today is a model that is antique and really can't handle what's going to happen in the immediate future. That is a growth of the aging population on a global basis. You know, today's model of medicine treats symptoms with medications, but not the origin of the diseases we all suffer as we get older. And stem cell therapies are one of the key ways in order to really make a major difference in people's health as we get older, quality of life. And can dramatically drop the cost of healthcare in the future too.
Anonymous's New Cyber Bomb
"Words, we're saying as a government, you're not supposed to do business with Russia. If you're going to do business with Russia, then you can't really do business with us. And yet still, so many western corporations list actually anonymous tweeted a list of corporations or picture of corporations, you know, everything from Dunkin Donuts to Papa John's Pizza to city bank to Chevron, a series of companies. Some on this list actually have announced within recent days that they're going to be pulling out. But the tweet said, quote, press release, we call on companies that continue to operate in Russia by paying taxes to the budget of the Kremlin's criminal regime, pull out of Russia. We give you 48 hours to reflect and withdraw from Russia or L two will be our target anonymous op Russia hashtag op Russia they are calling this. I mean, what this really tells you is that we are in a new sort of time, right? Where it's not just traditional warfare and of course all the things that you worry about with traditional warfare, but also cyber warfare as well. Now sources tell me sources that are close to those that would know, shall we say that nobody beats us in cyber. Nobody beats us that we are really the king of this. You know, there's been a lot of speculation that Russia is so good. And what I'm told from sources close to the matter is that we are absolutely fantastic in the way a cyber. I certainly
Levin: When Will American Sports Leagues, Stars Stand Against Russia?
"The 2022 World Cup Indefinite ban against Russian teams The move came a day after the organization issued much lighter sanctions resulting in severe criticism The and it goes on I don't see any hearing here from any of our professional leagues Do you mister producer Yeah you know what good point They're busy cow tongue to communist China They can only kowtow to one genocidal regime at a time And waiting for LeBron James to speak in I'm waiting for all the anchors at ESPN to speak up I'm waiting for that papa venture whatever that moron's name is And what's the other guy's name Not the basketball player the coach I'm waiting for all these clowns to speak out I'm not hearing anything Where's the owner of the Mavericks What's up billionaire's name I forget his name too God am I the only one losing my mind Mark Cuban that's it Where's Mark Cuban Or as Bernie Sanders would say Mark huber Where is he Nowhere Where are the big mouths Where are all the big mouths and professional sports Where are they They're nowhere Where are the big mouths of baseball They're busy striking Oh okay Where are they No the big mouths Nowhere Where are you on ESPN I thought you cared about human rights Apparently not so much Apparently not so much
Mike Eruzione: The One Thing People Don't Know About Herb Brooks
"If I saw you in papa I really would be kind of like it I really can't what you guys did And the movie so well that movie miracle is so well done Kurt Russell I think nailed her Brooks And there's that locker room scene Were you guys are between periods and her Brooks is like guys this is it This is your moment now You were there Obviously you're the captain of the team You were in that locker room Is that kind of what it was like Is that the kind of leader herb was It was great Herb is a great motivator He knew what to say and when to say it and the Finland game when we lose it two to one going into the third and if he'd lose his game he'll take it to your bleep and grave And he said it again and he walked out but the one thing about herbs that people probably don't know after we beat the Soviets he never said congratulations he never said good game After we beat Finland to win the gold medal he never said good job way to go guys He let us enjoy The moment He let us enjoy what took place And after we won the games herb never came out in the ice when we celebrated he just went to the locker room And someone asked me why did he do that And I said if he came out in the ice it would have been totally against what he had done all year I would go like now you want to be our friend Now you want to be a part of us So he stayed true to form till the end And that's hard to do as a coach But yet even before we passed he let us enjoy the moment and any event that we went to he stayed away from as much as we'd like to have him come But he always just let us embrace it and enjoy it
Dr. Peter McCullough Describes the 'Clean the Nose' Protocol for COVID
"Just, I want to focus on one thing you mentioned because you said it quickly and we have some new listeners and we have some listeners that are just beginning to get exposed to this doctor because you've been in this sense the very beginning and some of this we kind of get so used to saying we act as if everyone's heard it. Just be very specific about the cleaning of the nose protocol because that is new for some people to hear. Okay, we clean the nose with what's called viral treatment. Now, that's papa Don iodine. Also known as bed at 9. It comes in a bottle. It's a brown iodine solution. It always comes in a 10% solution, which is standard. So look for better dynasty brand name of it. Povidone iodine. And then you take a half a teaspoon of that, mix it in a shot glass of water, 1.5 ounces. And then take a bulb syringe or a spray bottle and spray it way up in the nose and you gotta snip it back and choke on it a little bit and then spit it out. That's actually washes the back of the nose. That kills the virus on contact. You'll actually see the fever go down. It really cleans out the sinuses. And it works for other colds and sinus infections. I tell you, I'm not going to ever suffer with the cold again. Now that I've learned this, you know, sinus doctors have been doing this for years. Once I started talking to Dennis and sinus doctors, I think, yeah, we've been doing this forever. I go, what? They said, yeah, and now it turns out the studies are clear. There's a meta analysis by Chopra, randomized trial by chowder at this. It's clear it works. It's unequivocal that it works. And the bottom line is we can kill the virus edit source. We know what the Alma cron variant is multiplying 70 times faster than delta. We're talking a massive explosion in the nose. That's where the fever is coming from, even if there's not much nasal congestion, hit it up in the nose, it really
How Papa John's Suffered When Former CEO John Schnatter Left the Helm
"To you. I'm not kidding. I love Papa John's brand, but when you left your position as chairman and CEO, it was unbelievable in real time, I have to say this to watch the quality of the product go down. It was unreal. It was almost like you had this visionary. You had this guy, John schnatter, who was running the store, and then when you weren't, it was like the quality deteriorated across the board. And I think they're coming back. I think they're trying. Am I crazy or is there a cause effect there when you left that position that the brand and the great product that you came up with suffered? Yes. You know, the old adage, what gets measured gets done and what gets rewarded gets repeated. Everything at Papa John starts with that store level operator that manager and that great team in that store. And we used to measure we were process about measuring the quality of the pizza, the service, the image, et cetera. And the first thing they did when I left, one of two things, one is they took the principles out of the company. We had a program called go left, which we ran our company on fundamental universal principles of truth. Mutual respect, transparency, win wins, collaborative alliances. The second thing they did, which was crazy, is they took out the matrix by which we measure the quality. And if you don't measure it, they won't do it. Rob lynch, the CEO, and I push him a little bit here and there because I know how to push his buttons. He and I agree to disagree on this. He thinks that the company is doing well a 130 bucks a share because of things he's put in place. I think a monkey, frankly, could run Papa John's better than rob lynch is running it. I think they're getting away with this because of COVID. You have a captive audience, you have a monopoly. So the quality and service have deteriorated. A lot. Now you could argue my quality standards are not as good or it's not as effective as not as desirable to say as rob lynch in the present board. We can have that debate. No doubt, to make the product different today than we did three years ago. No doubt about that. They've changed the recipes. They change how you put it together, et
Matt Walsh Talks About Problems in the Catholic Church
"I mean the church has to be the leader here not the follower Yeah I totally agree And that's why what happened with me with this church at SLU it's kind of a microcosm of a much much larger problem And that the pastor at this church he came to the mob He obviously was originally in favor of bringing me on and the mob was angry the people are angry And so he came to it And this is what we find all across the country not just in the Catholic Church but I think in Christendom in the west generally speaking are people leaders who are supposed to be representing the truth and bringing and guiding their flocks to the truth who instead have conform themselves to the world which is exactly what we're warned against in the gospels You have to think like Yeah I have no doubt that in many churches if a priest or papa were to stand up there and give a really firm homily on something like abortion you're going to upset some people in the some might get up and walk out right there on the spot But if they do then they're not there if you're not at the church looking for truth then you shouldn't be there anyway And we shouldn't be catering to people who don't want moral truth at church Once you give up on that then what's the point What's the purpose What exactly are you doing Now you're just kind of like it's a meeting ground for people It's a book club or something And we don't need that There's other places people can go to go and socialize and have community There's a very specific purpose of a church and if you abandon that purpose then the church might as well not even exist
Is Biden's Vaccine Mandate Coming for Your Kids?
"I saw Dan von Gino on Fox News last night with Rachel campos Duffy. I guess she's doing the 7 o'clock slot this week. 7 o'clock eastern. 6 p.m. central. And Dan asked a pretty profound question. Are you are you angry yet? Okay, now the Biden administration is apparently going to target little mom and pop businesses with fewer than 100 employees. With a vaccine manned vaccine and testing mandate. Are you angry yet? What about the way they're coming for your kids? And that is what many people believe is the reason for the outcome of the tremendous Republican victories we saw this week. Dan asked that question last night with Rachel on Fox News. You start messing with my kids. It's game time. You understand? Yeah. You think you saw an electoral tsunami on Tuesday? There won't be a Democrat left standing in office in 2022. You start screwing around with my kids. I can take a lot Rachel. I know you've got a lot of kids yourself and you love your kids and me and you have been friends for a long time. You start tying with mama bear and papa bear. I'm telling you right now, it's game time. You eat you are not playing around. We can take a lot but don't you dare. Toy with my kids. I will make that decision for my kids when I am good and damn ready. You could throw all this other crap out the window. This isn't politics. You are messing with people's kids. That is a red line. They better not dare cross. He nails it, you know, and Dan's a fighter. He's in a battle over the vaccine mandate with his own radio company. And I admire him very much.
Giants Claim Jose Quintana off Waivers From Angels
"Giants just picked him up. Remember from the White Sox wasn't quite as effective with the Cubs. Obviously, it doesn't have great numbers with the angels. But What's going on with him. Well, he's not. He's not been very effective in particular as a starter, and you know, he there was a time in his career where he had command issues, and that all came back. He just hasn't pitched that much in the last 2.5 years. Pandemic injuries, et cetera. The one thing I'll say on his behalf is that he's had the worst year of his professional career, and Joe Maddon and the Angels pitching coach Matt Wise. Went out of their way on a number of occasions to talk about what a great mentoring, Uh, factor influence. He's been with some of the younger Spanish speaking pictures on the Angels staff now. You know, down the stretch the the Angels. They didn't claim him, uh, to have a mentor right? They want a guy who can get some people out. So maybe they think there's something there situations. I don't know if the Angels or rather, the Giants get a A huge division leading it looks like they're not going to be caught. Maybe they use a guy like Quintana to to gap out other guys in the rotation. I mean, I don't think it cost them much. So who can fault the dart throw if they if they think they can catch lightning in a bottle for a month? Yeah, Matt. Thank you so much. It's always great catch up with the
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Thank You for Supporting 'American Marxism'
"I don't think I appropriately. Thank you, folks, My beloved audience. I'm blessed to have you out there. I truly am doing this a long time now. Like in the worst time slot. And yet it's the second biggest radio show in America. And I can't thank you enough. For allowing me to come into your homes and your car's wherever you're listening. I can't thank you enough from bracing this movement against American Marxism. I pointed out, I think that it was number 15 weeks ago in the New York Times bestseller list, beating out all other books. Even the number to book We beat them by twice as much Mr Producer. That's not me. That's you. This book isn't about me. This book is about the country. This book is about the threats of the challenges that are grave that we face internally, which affects what goes on externally. People looking for answers. People looking to galvanize and rally in support. And that's why I wrote this book. As I've told you many times. I'm no Thomas Payne. And this book is not the American crisis. But we are in a crisis. And I don't pretend to be Thomas Paine. I am who I am to quote Papa. But the book is a serious book. The book is a serious book. And I suspect when I'm dead and gone, this will be the book that will be remembered this and liberty and
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"He'll always regret his failure to include players from the negro leagues among the ghost players. Which you know looking back now makes me feel like that's enough to relegate this film to the aspen of history and it's not something that we should continue to celebrate say remake field of dreams. Call it feel fuck. Y'all and have cool papa. Bell and josh gibson oscar charleston and judy
How to Get a Great Podcast Coach
"I used to play a little bit. I don't know if you know this. But i used to play a bit. In the online business will actually have gone online business. we captive but he's podcasting software as service sas as we call. And what. I'm talking about when i say i used to play in the online business. World is that i used to be around people who've got online businesses but sell things that are a little bit less. I guess developmental. You know the sort of thing course. Mastermind of course coaching. And it's a nice space to live in but it's pretty hard to scale now look at any online business person who sells those things. The smart ones diversify into other more sustainable revenue channels in the mall. Suppose the mall. Blink could ones try to just keep filling the funnel of new clients all up selling to current clients like yourself. Maybe the you know work with someone they keep trying to sell you stuff and i talked last week about why. That might not be great for you. But last week. I talked about how to spot the red flags in podcast coach and really is a distinction between these two types of people. So i taught you about those those red flags. Okay but how do you start to identify a good podcast coach. Well let me give you my take on number one. This is what they do. Okay this is what they do the thing that they are selling to you. They do every day themselves so for some online business people. Coaching is aware to support their income or bridge. Financial gap is the lowest hanging fruit when it comes to making money because they've already got the scalable and saleable knowledge and all. They've got to do his package. It up into something. That's clearly positioned marketed and pretty easily understood him. Then by creating some content like a podcast on youtube channel and some blockbuster rank on google by creating that content that then positions demos just enough of an expert so that they can papa lead magnet on their website. That might sound like how. I started my podcast in just three minutes. Get my exact play about now. And then what they do. Is they warm you with some emails that they can make some sales. They can sell you on it okay. There's nothing wrong with that. That's how it works after all but as a podcast you don't want someone who uses coach into bolsa their revenue and to keep themselves afloat enough to do the thing that they really want to do. No no you need. A coach does coach in for a living someone who lives breathes and lives podcast in who focuses on maintaining their knowledge in industry and building quality deep depresses for their podcast. Coaching endeavors now. Suppose the easiest way to articulate. This is to just get yourself to answer this question. Ask yourself this. Would you rather work with podcasting expert. Who coaches or coach an expert who has decided to coach on podcasting. Because he's trendy.
"papa" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast
"Really want to share. Maybe what if if you have seen changes between when you went through grad school or university and what you see happening today in terms of you know being a woman being a woman of color being being non binary woman of color. Can you talk a little a little bit about the good things that you're seeing happening and how they compared to maybe some experiences that you've had. Yeah yeah so so i. I did identify as women for most. I've always identified as gender queer. But like i've i've occupied women's spaces and had that experience for most of a career and i. It's it's a tough question so it's changed and it hasn't changed. There are definitely. I've seen a lot more top down. I've seen a lot more Administration and kind of structural changes that go in positions. The committee Just this focus on evaluating truly evaluating. How faculties students are are engaging in participating in diversity in in most importantly inclusive efforts which is a cultural shift Not just numerical ship. So i've seen a lot more of that and that's really great. I think it's feel personally. It might just be where. I am in my career and the kind of accolades. I have behind me at this point. But i feel much more comfortable speaking out when something is not okay than i did before I feel like even. If i was an i often am the only black person in the room and somebody says something and no pun intended off color. I feel like if i were to stand up and say something. My white colleagues would be in support rate. That's something that. I think certainly didn't happen to grad school for so that's nice. I like to see that. But then there's also i think we haven't quite had the collective realization about how much has to change War to to actually make a truly inclusive environment And so in that frame. There's kind of like at the individual level at at like the bottom up like who however we rallying to really care about that that's still lacking again because i think we frankly just don't sit down and have the practice of thinking about what the future is. What's it gonna look like. What's what's the classroom physically going to look like. what's lecture actually going to contain. How all of these things. It really sit down and quantify so much scientists as thinkers. But we're not sitting down to quantify what that actually what's it gonna look like. What the end result. How do we actually predict. There's no practice of that And so it's kind of like this. Big hand wavy gray mass. We're like yeah. We're making it better but you. You can't actually make it better if you don't have a goal in mind and so there we really need to see that progress still feels like we need to have some inclusiveness you x. specialist user experience versus to kind of model. What it's going to actually feel like for the for the users war in this case the the students. Yeah question are there. You've you've had to clearly from what you're saying deal with some some some difficulties some exclusion in or you know in your in your path. But were their strategies. Were there things you did or poor people in your path that that were helpful and that you can You know the yeah. They were helpful with that. And are there. Is there some advice for someone who's now at this institution or even in this group sometimes. It's just there's group dynamics writers group culture that is those somehow not so accepting and and that's that's difficult. Is there some advice you can give based on your experience of overcoming these obstacles and coming out stronger after yeah and my advice is echoed by research have a support group has abort group has support group having support group. Have people you can go and go back to your base code. Go back to that natural language. Drop your guard you know. Be yourself be really comfortable. You gotta have those the especially as any sort of minorities especially as intersectional a have your support group for intersectional people. I will acknowledge it. Super hard like for me. For example. Black spaces aren't always queer friendly spaces. Queer friendly spaces aren't always black friendly spaces as really hard thing to navigate. Still even if you're not fully relaxed even if you can't find a black. We are space for example at combination. Even those little bits that you get steps to single person even it goes so far There was one fellow who i think about as mentor. I can't i know his name is added. can't remember his last name but he was a new faculty. he was working in molecular biology at u. Dub i was in bio so we were in the same hallway and i would see him in the hallway. We kinda wave at each other walking by and then when he pulled me aside we just started chatting and anytime i saw him. We would just like stop in the hallway and chat for two or three minutes. Maybe we got a coffee and it was just this idea. It really created this sense of of of culture for meaning academia of what. I really nurtured a thing i needed. And it set the precedent right. Like here's someone. When i see someone frequently you're part of my community. I should have relationship with you to some degree and so in that that. That's someone that i think about a lot. That's a it's a behavior. I think about a lot. How can i bring that forward And i think things like that are also really important like looking at how people give you the cultural needs. Meet your cultural needs and how you can help that with some. Bring that to somebody else.
"papa" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast
"Hi there and welcome to the last papa peachy interview of twenty twenty this week. I'm bringing you my conversation with eric. James stevens founder of change hired a platform. Where in the summer of twenty twenty being unemployed. He set out to help each understand their value. Through livestreamed events and workshops that ended up bringing many thought leaders into the discussion and having over two hundred fifty registered. Attendees with him. I discussed the pressure. Covert has brought on the higher education space. And the change. These pressure means for considering their career options. Today understand that what you can do with the experience that you have is amazing and.
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"Well, I was talking a lot about networking in this in this episode. So let's Network. So I'll be disappointed. If I don't get any new invitations only 10 after this. I just feel like I didn't really my pedagogic skills were very low if I didn't get any invitations. So guys, like if you want to connect with me just to it. I'll be very happy to get new contacts and not get to meet you and I can confirm that Natalia is very responsive. So, so if you if some some of what Natalia shared during this interview resonated with you. Raised questions just hit you know hit her up. She's going to respond and and you know, and and she's she's really fun to talk to Natalya. Thank you so much for having accepted an invitation for having been on on poppy seeds. It's been really great pleasure. Thank you so much. Thank you so much again and always pleasure to talk to you and I hope we meet soon found some other occasion. Actually Papa PhD was also a guest at the welcome Solutions Channel recently. So if you actually curious so I can see that he's not very wage vocal about his own story here at this podcast. So if you curious about his career, and he's very interesting career path so far then please take a look at our YouTube channel and take a look at this episode. Very interesting one so I can totally recommend checking that that is true. But Natalia on Papa p h c it's all about you, but Well, thanks. Thanks for the shout-out in dimension. And and yeah, if you're curious about my story, I had a great conversation with Natalia on on her channel. So just just look for my face and how long you'll be able to hear it. So yeah, thanks again and and all the best for your projects. Thank you so much. And now for the weekly podcast Discovery segment, I present you with trailers from two shows. You might find interesting jolly green scientists and curiosity cake. Give them a listen and say hi for me roll the tape. Hi, my name is are van with Texas A&M agrilife extension and I'm they're grown with Texas Tech University, and we are the jolly green scientists bringing you information from scientific literature and popular science articles related to the green industry straight into your ear. Dome each week will take one or two papers that we found interesting and shared with each other and we'll discuss them in terms that anyone can understand and even though we'll do it every week wage only going to share with you bi-weekly. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I was always one of those curious kids. I had the chemistry set a microscope or telescope. I would take my toys apart to see how they worked. And now that I'm a grown up. I still have that huge sense out of curiosity. If you too are an adult who was a curious kid, then curiosity. Kick is made for you. I'm your host immediately any join me as I talked to the best Minds from Academia and elsewhere may bring you accessible and engage in conversations across a wide range of topics with no prior knowledge required..
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"Welcome to another episode of Papa Peachy. This week on the show we're going to talk about uncertainty. Particular employment uncertainty in academia and outside of it in the current pandemic context. Now in between jobs after her third post doc. My guest will share her journey up to today and we'll talk about how confinement led her to take on new projects, teach herself new skills and double down on her investment in networking. And Remember, I have to new podcast discovery trailers share with you this week. So be sure to stick around with US until the end. Last year I have doubled to my linked in connection. I think in the past I had the mental barrier thinking I shouldn't ask anyone who I've never met. My lengthy profile should be statement like facebook page friendship like only know this people in real life and I only connect with these people and I have taken a long way to break that mental barrier that I could. Make friends with pimple that I haven't met yet in real life. But guess what these people ended up like maybe I would say five to ten percent of them had actually given a phone call and tell me about the stories become relationships that you're. Welcome, to Papa PhD with David Mundus the podcast where we explore careers and life after Grad school with guests who have walked the road less traveled and have unique stories to tell about how they made their place in the world of constantly evolving rules..
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"Welcome to another great episode of Papa PhD this week. I'm bringing you a conversation with someone who has recently made the transition from her PhD to the non-academic job market has done so into the PHD Career Development and recruitment domain during our conversation Rebecca mammen, not only recounted her experience exploring career Avenues during her PhD and not getting that transition, but she also shared valuable insights based on her research and on her recruiting experience working in an organization that focuses exclusively on phds off and remember stay tuned until the end for the podcast Discovery segment where I'll be presenting you to new podcasts play anthropology and dear grad student. Enjoy the show off. Really, you know the interview is just to find out about you, right? They already see your skills on your CV. So I am in the habit of preparing about four or five different Source stories and just making notes of what those stories are and my notebook before I start the interview and sometimes the question might be different. It might be like a challenge or they might say like, you know, what is a time when you had a disagreement like the question might change but usually the themes are pretty similar so they want to know the way that you act in certain situations. So having you know, I prepare those ahead of time and they're super helpful and interviews. Welcome to Papa.
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"Really happy to have you here <hes> especially given the years of experience you have helping people with masters and Ph ds like just mentioned finding their path and I think a word. . That I think is really important is in the abundant number of career opportunities that are out there I think this one key thing that that people are going to. . Wealth people need to understand to kind of break this this feeling that they may be failing at life or at least at the their professional life if the. . End Up leaving academia after after graduate. . School. . Yeah it is. . It is. . So hard to describe when you see the light bulb come on somebody's head in new. . People people just say. . It. . Yeah. . And it. . It is. . What always of joys me on like just when somebody says down they felt or how lost or how they didn't know what to do, , and then they say that you I when you're okay now I just. . Found the way forward or hope or something you know you just why would why would have stopped? ? Doing what I'm doing I mean because that's the greatest thing you can do. . Even if you change one person's mind or sometimes I talk to one hundred people you know I think if I could. . Difference that many people but not like yourself day job what you're doing on your the more that can do it that more intense. . We can have and we can reach more people in our own countries or in different languages. . <hes> or different backgrounds. So . yeah, it's , it's cool to fail that there's more there's more of us than. . Doing this doing this thing. . You don't just listen think about being a PhD that just you just have this unique. . Bonding Experience With With with anybody else like I just met you but you know it just. . It's strange. . We everyone knows what they went through, , and then just you can just click with people and. . It's powerful as powerful stuff. . So as I mentioned, , we talked before about Chris's PhD and you can find our full one hour and a half conversation on the Papaya she youtube channel. . We eventually also talked about what led up to his post doc. . Chris. . Was Now considering after his post doc <hes>, , and after the his after applying to some lecturing positions and not having the materialize thinking. . Okay. . What am I going to do an end looking at the non-academic landscape and seeing where he was going to fit? ? How did you go about that? ? Were there appears around you who were also having that reflection. . How. . Was that process? ? How easy was that process or not easy? ? I was that that. . Exploration. Let's . say. . He is kind of mixed because I think on the one hand. . As I kept getting rejections from the academic jobs, , Kinda go to feeling of. . Like feeling of running out of time or this is this isn't going well. . If I could just get academic job everything would be. . Okay. . So that was like a downside to it but on the other hand you know. . I was really excited by the things that I was saying around me like like the Internet was something that was just really taking off in the late ninety s and I was just fascinated by the internet and this whole and. . I mean I. . I say Democratic Dissemination of information which is. . Not. . <hes> Disney triple the time easily, , but the way. . To access to information or study or learning the United. . States can be quite elitist or privileged or and causal money and time, , but just like the idea that. . The anybody can just access any type of information videos and things as well. . It was coming along time and could learn anything. . They had the Internet connection did just Exchange. . My view of the world and so excited me as an educator and as a scholar, , this potential and always really enthused by that and could see this trans transformative potential of it and so that's when I kind of thought. . Well, , this could be an area where. . You I would be happy and excited to work in, , and then I had to try and figure out. . Well, , how do I get to that from medieval studies? ? kind of like the opposite. . Of this new of this new techy technological thing. . But then I figured out. . There was this area of e e learning with a training where people were taking courses that which <unk>. . Clause three more even vote on a CD. . You know we're not making it to the web and I just thought is dies <unk>. . That's what I'm GONNA do. . I really had to look. . For jobs and companies. . looked. . Learning companies read white papers and things are. . Looking googling jobs, , you know learning jobs based training and I saw that they were these jobs out Aaron. . Didn't necessarily know how to do them. . I felt confident that if I applied job I reckon I could I could do that and so that was my plan B. Really that. . Stuff didn't work out then come at the end of my funding. . This was going to be. .
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"And who will be recounting how he navigated his transition and how he got to the position. He's in today. But before we go into the interview I, want to quickly share with you what new features you'll be noticing starting today on Papa PhD. The first big change is that the interviews are now going to be shorter around forty minutes and they'll will be published as a single episode on Thursdays. Second you see that I'll be spending more time discussing what my guests do today and what advice they have for you and you'll see. The more we go into the interview, the more value find. So be sure to stick around till the end. And finally, every episode I will have short section at the end where I'll be sharing trails of podcasts I. Think you'll enjoy and that are friends of the show. I hope you enjoy the new format. So without further ADO, here's episode one of the Second Season of Papa. Peachy. Took in the UK. Fifty percent of PhD's Austin and academia three and a half years after they graduate. Busy doing research woke still post some people are doing teaching lecturing and some some are in positions awful. Pitch Dis will be working outside of academia. When you tell that especially like first and second year PhD's they couldn't believe it. It's like mind blowing. You know even when I talk to people and they introduce myself have got PhD and they say. Working oxford-cambridge paged that must be what should have been doing. Welcome to Papa PhD with David. Mendez the podcast where we explore careers in life after Grad, school with guests who have walked the road less traveled and have unique stories to tell about how they made their place in world of constantly evolving rules. Get ready to go off the beaten path and Huchon for an exciting new episode of the PhD. So today on Bob. Peachy I, have with me. Dr, Kris, Humphry. Kris Humphry is a project manager and careers consultant and the founder of the popular careers website jobs on toast. He holds a B A in English studies and an MA in culture and social change both from the University of Southampton. He completed his PhD in Medieval Studies at the University of York in Nineteen Ninety seven and held a postdoctoral fellowship until two thousand. Since, leaving academia Chris has worked as a project and program manager in the private sector specializing in technology transport, financial services, and sustainability. Today he works as a team leader and project manager for a leading European, sustainable. Bank. Chris is passionate about helping people with their careers and Personal Development He has given numerous career stocks at universities in the UK, Ireland Australia and the US. and has taken part in life. Events on the Guardian's website and for jobs dot CO DOT UK amongst numerous other contributions. In Twenty, twelve, Chris founded the website jobs on toast as a way to help masters, students, doctoral graduates, access the abundant opportunities available outside of. Higher. Education. In our long conversation Chris shared his academic journey all the way to the Post Doc. In today's episode I'm sharing with you what came after how and why he started his career outside academia. Welcome to Peachy Chris. Well thank you. David, for inviting me for having me on. I'm really happy to have you here especially given the years of experience you have helping people with masters and Ph ds like just mentioned finding their path and I think a word. That I think is really important is in the abundant number of career opportunities that are out there I think this one key thing that that people are going to. Wealth people need to understand to kind of break this this feeling that they may be failing at life or at least at the their professional life if the. End Up leaving academia after after graduate. School. Yeah it is. It is. So hard to describe when you see the light bulb come on somebody's head in new. People people just say. It. Yeah. And it. It is. What always of joys me on like just when somebody says down they felt or how lost or how they didn't know what to do, and then they say that you I when you're okay now I just. Found the way forward or hope or something you know you just why would why would have stopped? Doing what I'm doing I mean because that's the greatest thing you can do. Even if you change one person's mind or sometimes I talk to one hundred people you know I think if I could. Difference that many people but not like yourself day job what you're doing on your the more that can do it that more intense. We can have and we can reach more people in our own countries or in different languages. or different backgrounds. So yeah, it's it's cool to fail that there's more there's more of us than. Doing this doing this thing. You don't just listen think about being a PhD that just you just have this unique. Bonding Experience With With with anybody else like I just met you but you know it just. It's strange. We everyone knows what they went through, and then just you can just click with people and. It's powerful as powerful stuff. So as I mentioned, we talked before about Chris's PhD and you can find our full one hour and a half conversation on the Papaya she youtube channel. We eventually also talked about what led up to his post doc. Chris. Was Now considering after his post doc and after the his after applying to some lecturing positions and not having the materialize thinking. Okay. What am I going to do an end looking at the non-academic landscape and seeing where he was going to fit? How did you go about that? Were there appears around you who were also having that reflection. How. Was that process? How easy was that process or not easy? I was that that. Exploration. Let's say. He is kind of mixed because I think on the one hand. As I kept getting rejections from the academic jobs, Kinda go to feeling of. Like feeling of running out of time or this is this isn't going well. If I could just get academic job everything would be. Okay. So that was like a downside to it but on the other hand you know. I was really excited by the things that I was saying around me like like the Internet was something that was just really taking off in the late ninety s and I was just fascinated by the internet and this whole and. I mean I. I say Democratic Dissemination of information which is. Not. Disney triple the time easily, but the way. To access to information or study or learning the United. States can be quite elitist or privileged or and causal money and time, but just like the idea that. The anybody can just access any type of information videos and things as well. It was coming along time and could learn anything. They had the Internet connection did just Exchange. My view of the world and so excited me as an educator and as a scholar, this potential and always really enthused by that and could see this trans transformative potential of it and so that's when I kind of thought. Well, this could be an area where. You I would be happy and excited to work in, and then I had to try and figure out. Well, how do I get to that from medieval studies? kind of like the opposite. Of this new of this new techy technological thing..
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"Domain that interests you. You'll see you'll find advice you can use to start building plan for yourself. Now. A lot was stalled during season one about transferable skills but a lot was also told about the blind spots, the things you don't naturally come out of graduate school knowing and being prepared for. One of the main ones has to do with preparing your CV and preparing to interview in a non. Academic Setting. If you listen back to the interviews where we spoke about job hunting and interviewing outside of academia. The main advice that came up again, and again was to tailor your CV to each potential employer and specifically to give emphasis to the soft skills you have accrued while performing research and keeping to a minimum. One guests even said to a single line anything to do with your publications, presentations or academic awards. He need to take a point I approach where the person reading your CV. Will know right away that you are a good candidate for the position. The second aspect has to do with interviewing. You may have done a bunch of oral presentations poster presentations, even elevator pitches to do with your research. And the performance skills you developed we'll definitely serve you in an interview setting. The difference is that when interviewing for a position industry, for example. Rather than listing your skills, the techniques you master the tools you can use. The actual goal of the exercise is for the interviewer to assess whether you are a good match for the position and for the team. So there will be a component of body language showing knowledge of the organization's mission in structure and having a good story to tell about how you came to be sitting in front of them for this interview. This is something you don't learn graduate school, but it's something you can prepare for one of the points. My guests stressed as being key in your career exploration and in preparing for interviews is doing your homework about the organization offering the position and ideally reaching out to people in similar positions and asking them for informational interviews around coffee or these days on video conference. Asking someone who has followed the same path that you want to embark on pointed questions about the reality of the job about remuneration about company culture is the best way to get to know what interviewers might be looking for in a candidate. In. Parallel with this, especially, if this is your first time interviewing. The other technique that was mentioned in recommended was rehearsing. In front of a mirror with friend. Preparing to deliver your story in the best way possible and to make it clear point of why you're the right candidate for the position. If you know that type of questions commonly asked even better prepare and rehearse your answers for them to. This way on the day of the interview, you'll be able to focus on the human interaction rather than on the content and show yourself in the best possible. In this first season, we also talked a lot about life balance and mental health. Stress is a part of our modern life and life as a researcher has a few particular flavors of stress. But my guests were clear about three components that can help you strike a balance and have a healthy journey. Physical Exercise Move Econo- team sport. Stay fit. Having a community outside the lab. Team sports do this too, but you can get into a club started student group. And finally including me time in your weekly schedule. This. said it is possible that other factors you have no control of our affecting your inner balance. If this is the case find professional help and take the necessary steps to heal. This may or may not lead to resuming your research and it's fine. What is important above all is that you stay healthy. With this note on mental health and on finding a healthy balance during graduate studies I'm going to wish you a great week a lot of success in your life and career exploration, and thank you again for being a listener of the show. But before I go I want to officially announced that next week we'll be the season finale special. To make sure that you don't run out of. PODCASTS. Listen this summer I've teamed up with the what are you going to do with that podcast and we've done a twin episode. Next Thursday the last interview of both our seasons he's going to air at the same time. I will be on their show and then he says there host will be on Papa. PhD. So, be sure to tune in and witness this academic podcast Collab- I'll be expecting you. And if you want to help the podcast, there are two simple things you can do. Number One Sharon episode that you really like with a friend or colleague. That's a great way to help and to spread the word. Number two if you're on an APP that allows rating or commenting, do that leave a star rating and leave a comment? That will help other people out there find the podcast enjoying the adventure. And it also gives me a chance to open a dialogue with all of you which I really enjoy. So, thank you again. Happy Listening and see you next week. And now for a short message. If, you're preparing to launch a podcast. You may be asking yourself what hosting platform to use. I launched puppies de on blueberry because I wanted to professional service that would interface with my wordpress website. That would robustly broadcast Papa PhD to all platforms. And that would allow me to grow my podcast in years to come. If you're starting a serious podcast project, do consider one of the first podcasting hosts out there offering state of the art services.
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"Hi there. Reaching. The end of season one of Papa Peach and today I just wanted to thank all the listeners out there who've been following the show around the world. It's been quite humbling to see the show grow as it did in this first year. So again, one of the things that I wanted to today's to thank you you were out there thinking about your. About your masters degree and thinking about what your career can look like in the future. I really hope that the conversations that I've been sharing on the show have inspired you in your journey. Welcome to pop up each with David Mendez the podcast where we explore careers in life after Grad school with guests who have walked the road less traveled and have unique stories to tell about how they made their place in the world of constantly evolving rules. Get ready to go off the beaten path and hop on for an exciting new episode of Papa PD. I feel extremely grateful for having had guests that spanned so many different academic domains from the life sciences to engineering to psychology to literature. The reach of these conversations has by far surpassed. What I had imagined was possible when I set out to launch the PODCAST. So I also want to send out my heartfelt thanks to all the guests who have been unpopularity on this first season. Looking back on all these conversations and thinking of you, the listener who is thinking about your future about what path to take about what decisions to make. I feel that one of the common threads having come out of all these conversations and that he's may be the most important. was allowing yourself to experiment during your graduate degree, not only with your research. But importantly, outside of it, this can take the form of getting involved in student societies volunteering in outreach projects being part of communities around supports or creativity. But also internships and industry or taking breaks where you try something completely different before embarking on a new chapter of your academic life. Another common thread that I feel is very important has to do with how you perceive yourself as an academic as a researcher as a candidate for.
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"I'm trying to figure out the way to say this but basically people who are going to take all of our attention freely and and that's really comforting when you don't want to take care of yourself and so thinking about people who really support me are able to be honest with And who is a mutual interest in in being friends And then you know just prying I think another big piece. I adopted a couple of dogs in at the start of my third year or at the start of my fourth year Everyone said that was a terrible idea. And that was one of the few times that everyone was wrong. Going back to that idea of taking care of myself You know if you have a pet you don't have a choice of not getting up in the morning. You don't have a choice of staying in your house all day long and things like when they have to eat twice a day so I should probably eat at least twice a day. You know and and companionship so those pieces that we tell people that sound so fluffy of like have a support system get enough sleep or you know be introspective. Those are often the hardest. They really are the pieces that matter. I was asking about family because for sure. It's one another thing that when you're abroad doing a PhD or just in another state if you are able to keep an open connection with your family for sure it's it's something that that can help depending on people's relationships with their families of course but well again we're in the in the middle of the covy pandemic People are more are talking more with their families than they have been in the past ten because of this strange and stressful situation Super grateful that you're sharing this with us and with the listeners. Because I believe the numbers show that a lot of the students out there are going through similar things and be it beat and panic attacks anxiety depression and these are in a way. They're insidious things like you were saying of all things the even lead you to not want to go get the help that you need. It's really really a big challenge for someone alone to deal with it so I would say and I always try to say if you're somewhere. Maybe far from family but during his university has resources counseling etc. And you feel that you need help in the genetic being able to deal with something. Just use those services and as much as possible because you need to. You need to take care of you. I and I would say also You know I think even though I get a lot of help I support. I still have a hard time thinking of it as getting help and so I started re framing it in my own mind of whenever I want to be more efficient whenever I want to be more effective getting support makes you more of both of those things so I think it's a little bit silly for us to use a reference manager when I'm writing a paper because I don't want to type in every single reference and have to change it around. I don't see that it's getting help. I feel that as I am effectively using tools that I have available and I think that's a big pieces that you know in Grad School. We are taught to seek out collaborators. Were taught to look up the best newest information and I think that this is a great way to do it. You know not that. The reason to get help should really be Improving your work but I think that it can be a good way to get started. Especially if you're not sure. Do I really need this kind of help or or am I just whining Probably you're thinking do I need help you do but You know just to get started. I would say think about it as how can I be more effective? How can I get more out of my life And and those kind of tools are really really great an analogy. That just came to my mind was. Phd is like a marathon and athletes go to the clinics to learn to jump farther little farther to run a little bit more efficient and they go to specialists to help them to do to do these things better and to go for that gold medal. And I think there's an equivalent there and it's a very very long winded effort. It's normal to get physically and mentally tired so you know what go get him brain massage so you can wake up next day and and be better you and get back on track for sure for sure that we're reaching the half point but you mentioned that one of the turning points it. I think this is really important. I really believe deeply giving back to to your community. You came from and helping others is a great way to grow and you mentioned that the turning points of when you you kind of went over this bump of of being in a in a kind of a dark place was you said. I decided to start helping other people. Can you just talk about what that is? And so we kind of tease. What's coming up in part to shore so it actually kind came from the fact that I had been doing some science communication stuff with a local planetarium. I was able to get excited about my own science again because I I did. Some hands on stuff with kids And then the start of my fourth year I I started to actually train other scientists to do these sort of pork chops and things and I and I realized that although I felt like I didn't have much to offer I did have skills. I did have experiences that other people could learn from an and that made me feel really good and during that winter and actually in January February. Some some new literature came out. That really opened up a new opportunity where I could take those really bad experiences that I had and and hopefully help people in a way that I wish that I had been supported. So we'll maybe talk a little bit more about how that kind of gelled into something into into a project that you're working on today but I'm really thankful that of you sharing your story and hope the listeners are enjoying the episode and taking notes because again I myself went abroad to study and you can be very alone and if you can get tools from people who've gone through the same problems we're going through. It can be kind of a shortcut to not fall into the same pitfalls. So thank you and and this you if you enjoy the insights shared on the show each week and would like to dig deeper into some of the subjects covered you can join the PhD Postgraduate Career Exploration Group. On facebook there you will find like minded listeners but also a few of the best guests will be taking part in the conversation so to start a conversation just go to facebook. Dot Com for Slash Papa. Phd and asked to join. The show has helped you in any way and we'd like to contribute join the public beach patriot. Patriot dot com for Sash Papa. Phd can become a monthly supporter. You will be helping me continue to interview interesting guests and to bring you stories little. Help you in your career journey. Thanks for listening to another episode of the Papa Peachtree podcast head over to pop each dot com for show notes in for more food for thought about non-academic Post Grad careers. I'll always be happy to share inspiring stories new ideas in useful resources here on the PODCAST. So make sure you subscribe on Itunes or wherever you get your guests to always keep up with the discussion and to hear from our latest guests..
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"In episode eleven. Chris can talk about resources available to people looking into enterpreneurship to produce We're at a time where there are loads of resources available to people coming out of Grad school especially with entrepreneurial unreal ideas on. There's tons of really good accelerator programs. Be At y combinator or at creative destruction lab program which is a program that we did That was phenomenal. But honestly you know the biggest value to a lot of those programs is that it introduces you to Lots of other founders. Lots of other people trying to do similar things It may not be the exact same company or the exact same technology but but they're all struggling with different varieties of the same problems And so talking to them can be hugely helpful. In episode Twelve Adriana Bankston talks about the importance of learning to tell your story learn how to talk about your science to other individuals and other groups who are not scientists so even if you have friends that are not in science and I'll talk to them and see if they understand what you're doing taking classes and You know being able to. I think I think the way that we started as creating resources that you know if institutions may have them or if they don't have them it's always helpful to try and create on yourself south in episode thirteen. Dr Kiki Sanford Talks About Imposter Syndrome. And how to deal with it. So imposter auster syndrome is something that we are hearing a lot about these days Just know that if you are in graduate school you have gotten there for a very good reason and you are a capable intelligent human being and You know find other people people that you can connect with. I think that is number one. Humans are social beings. And if we keep all these things to ourselves it's it's damaging in the end and we need to be able to connect with other people about about these thoughts of this this thing this thing. We're attempting graduate. School is a long a long and arduous adventure. And you it. You're not always going to feel like you're winning right. It's not always winning. There's a lot of losing. There's a lot of failure and it makes you feel really bad and it makes you doubt yourself So find other people. I mean if you don't have have a great relationship with your P.. I find other Grad students find other advisers but you you need to search for those people all You know sometimes they come to you but you need to be willing to open your eyes and see them as a as a possible. Small connection in Episode Fifteen David try it talks about the importance of taking part in student. Life pick something limit you like. Don't give up on too early because sometimes it was done one semester in whatever program and I don't like it so I have to find something else. Life moves quickly a Don't stick to something for ten years if you know you hate it after five and I'm thinking to myself in litigation but as far as the study goes just be diligent. Make friends with the students and something I also forgot is make friends with the professors and not friends. Buddy buddy just left the professors know that you're interested in what you're studying what you're what what's going on because when a professor knows that you're serious and that you exist and that you're responsible and you're taking things seriously On the one hand it's good to know the professors personally but on the other hand would if it comes to asking for a revision of an exam and the professor knows that you've been working hard all semester versus. He's never seen you except when it comes to complain about an exam it changes things a little bit. That's the very strategic way to look at it but knowing when your professors and getting to know them having getting to know what they want is also amazing but as far as the transition get out there meet people get get another city at just. Don't get stuck in the habit of going to school going home and You know not not not meeting some people and not getting out there in Episode Sixteen Seth Roger Shake run talks about why it is important to set short and long-term objectives support yourself try and create Or figure out what the the sort of short term objective is and And you know like a long term objective for the long-term onto that have to be very specific like I want to save the lives of MOMS and babies in Africa but it can be like I I wanna want to have meaningful impact in. Someone's life in help right that. That's one long-term objective and then the short term one is to do this. I think I need to understand how. Oh you know. Drugs make their way into the market And then from that work your way backwards to understanding what skill sets you need need and learn as much audible in episode Teen Simon. More asks a question that can help you throughout your professional life. You gotta constantly ask yourself what are you gonNa be when you grow up. It's not gonNA be the same it's GonNa keep it all again like whatever you graduate High School Graduate University right here is not. I mean I think either. Hopefully it won't stay that you're you're gonNA have all things will change in my state of same little while but some point is GonNa Change. You gotTa keep evaluate screen when he asked and that's been very in episode nineteen a Bill Police. It talks about why mental health should be your top priority. Yeah but I mean I think of when you have an accident you break your leg you go to the doctor and the doctor CEO you have yet to take some rest okay. And they give some exercises and and nobody ever tells us that you can also break your leg in your head. I mean something can go wrong with your brain you re using I mean especially people who have intellectual jobs they used brings everyday so football players. You go there you run us you tackle cul- and that's something you great something or you kind of You get an injury but did you notice Mandel so the brain can get interest. And there's IT's no permanent. I mean we have also a section. If if the brain has a problem is something permanent is mad is stupid is whatever is I know. The Bray is so considerate Massu. At some point. The brain has something that goes wrong. and which is something that would happen to everyone in life and then if the only thing you you have to do is to take some risks just like the saints too when you twist. Your Ankle Takes Abreast Youtube Fisher. Green you break something more serious. They said motorist I or even goes to the doctor and the doctor was okay. We should trust. Is it just it. Just bother you buddy so yes. Mental health is important but is important also took doc notice that we have we have not just to look after that we just we have the right to to be ill simple. Put up sometime in. The Twenty drew slack talks about the importance of reaching out to professionals in your areas of interest be fearless and and be Determined in in in chatting with people seeking out opportunities for mentorship of the knowledge gathering as early as is often as time permits always. I was found people so so happy New Year to help I think as scientists especially you know coming back to my own personal Or our personal sort of domain Because we're you know we're always held to account and we're never far away from Up from from some episode of failure writing as researchers We we have a out of humility that makes us ly help people but I found it in other domains too. So yeah I would. I would say leverage Every every opportunity audible and don't just Decide Eh you're going to settle on on one narrow area of of study a research career path. And you know. I think you don't know what you don't know in episode. twenty-one Mug with medicine talks about the importance of starting to network right now doing in your academic life tried to network. Don't stay focused only on the microscope. You have to log to have to talk to other. People have to lobby also tried to get a sense of the budget. How much you're spending? How can you make processes better in faster around you and this also counts more cost effective than you know more more efficient in general? That's that's something like that Damian lax but you you can try to develop on your own by the network and the knowledge around if you'd like to do something courses. Are you know thinking about entrepreneurship. Go to those networking events. Go to the to the talks. Listen how it is. Don't be afraid to talk with people what they feel about about it. What's their major challenges and see if it's really for you and pursued a career for women in general I think the most important important to remember that issue there? You're Likes to be there in Kenya. Where in a high position or wherever you are remember to look back and try to help others birds.
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"Welcome to episode Twenty Six popper PhD being the last episode of Twenty Nine Thousand Nine hundred instead of an interview and this week. I'm bringing your collection of inspiring full of wisdom the guests of shared so far. I hope you enjoyed them. Having sneak a happy sharing welcome to papa. PhD With David Mendez. The podcast where we explore careers in life after Grad school with guests who have walked the road less traveled and have unique stories to tell about how they made their place in the world of constantly evolving rules get ready to go off the beaten path and hop on for an exciting new episode of Papa PhD. I'd really love you the audience to play an active role in the show. So if there's a theme you'd like to see covered on the show or if there's a guest did you like me to interview head over to anchor dot. FM FOR SLASH CAPUCCI and drop us a voice message to be featured on a future episode on the PG see website you can also subscribe to our newsletter and get our resource sheet at the bottom of every page and you can also leave us a written message contacts page. Welcome to the show on episode one. The new Murchison shared about the importance of allowing self to think big when thinking of career opportunities. I think the the first biggest thing would be To to think big about what the possibilities are you know Well I think you know things like like this project. You're working on you know things it's like this podcast really help people to to realize there are a lot of opportunities to raise the go in addition to just you know continuing on academia right. So you know. Don't be scared to kind of be a little bit audacious about what what kind of direction you might be able to go into And to really think about what. What's what's GonNa work for you when it's going to resonate for you And then you know to you know work figuring out how you're gonNA spend yourself how you're going to and how you're GonNa get all personal brand how you're GonNa you know how you're GonNa spin it so that you're the right person to do that. Ah On episode. Two Joel. mccower talked about the importance of staying curious. I you still learning stuff. Yeah I thought I've got a PhD. I'm an intelligent person But when I was doing my MBA. I realized that If you're not not studying something quite rigorously you know. You don't feel union in especially of course I was in my late forties doing my mba as well but You don't Your mind does begin to stagnate so keep leading cause after a year of my MBA. I felt I was twenty years younger mentally again. My agility amd back and that was great you know is a great feeling To I would say just keep letting no matter what it it is do Of course you know Learn about extraterrestrial life. You know If physicals search for extraterrestrial life or learn about anything I think that's really important again. Every opportunity increases you'll network on episode three Mark Roberts shares. Why should never feel like you're stuck professionally? The key mindset is just to keep reminding yourself that if what you're doing say that new job outside Academian started if it doesn't live up to your expectations that doesn't mean that you made the wrong and that somehow failed so you really should have just stayed in academia. Now that's not that you can always leave. That new job can find another the job either in the same field perhaps discovered that field just isn't for you so if something brand new again you're really never stuck in this. You convince yourself you're stuck and so What what I would really recommend is that everybody is their own pep squad? So when things aren't aren't working out just keep telling yourself that things will turn around you one way or another on episode four Rob Hutchison talks about why it's important to identify your strong suits. I I would say to identify what you are good at and what you enjoy doing so they may not not necessarily be the same thing but hopefully future job would contain elements of both and next. I would say start working on your brand early so so this would mean developing your CV and your Lincoln page but also putting together your elevator pitch to summarize your profile. This is something that you should have prepared to recite someone on its opportunities arises and then third I would say. Don't be afraid to take a leap to try new things and do things that scare you like. I mentioned before some people might like the idea of just doing the same old repetitive tasks and over and over again. But if you want to progress in your career keep things interesting and do more meaningful work and makes a real difference whether it be for your clients or for anyone else that I think they need to take risks and put yourself out there. On episode six Fiona Robinson Talks about the importance of finding your passion. If you're doing research I think that the two top things you're at are transferable from that are your critical critical thinking skills and your ability to take a big project rated into pieces analyze those. Get those done tied back together and bring her back to the whole. I think you can do that pretty much. Anyone doing research is being back. Then you can do anything you can. You can take on any kind of challenge. So then it's finding where do you want to put your allergies. What are you passionate about? I know they say you know do what you love and you'll never work a day in your life. Whatever you still have to work? It's not always fun and not everybody gets to work doing what they. But there's gotta be something but you're doing or that you wish you in that that draws on episode seven Philippa Kereta Bauza talks about. Why you deserve to be where your today? Life is really really stressful nowadays in every field so you really stressful but if you are doing winging it is because it deserves and love your child as it's been hard in win nowadays the working. Where'd you live science will? Is Everything Itar and so rest. This will take all these days on episode eight. Emily Blue Roberts tells us what's important to have a side hustle during your PhD. Start doing actual work outside of your role role as a graduate student OR POST DOC By work I don't necessarily mean paid work. Although that is preferable it could be volunteer work but anything just just to gain any kind of experiences outside of your primary one as a researcher As a student as a trainee because working saying if it's a side hustle or a volunteer position or an internship or whatever it is gives you again those additional perspectives That you might be seeking at this this time and you know usually something you can put on your CV. Because a lot of the the fear I think at this stage is around I don't have any work experience. I don't have any reason working experience. All employers are looking for the PhD plus two years. He's Mary's as an entry level position. Well of course we know. That's negotiable right But something you can do while at the same time you're finishing her PhD. You can start that work experience clock even on a part time basis just by reaching out and having some of these other Arab experiences in episode nine killer look shows advice on finding a fulfilling career. Yeah so that is A. It's obviously a huge task to that transition and to even begin to understand what you want to do and I think one of the main things is needs to do. Your research find vocation that is profitable fulfilling but also can provide value to your audience and make you feel like you're making a valuable contribution And that's not always the easiest thing to do but if you do that research in you you have a decent idea that something's actually going to earn your money and filling. That's ninety.
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"What makes them people impervious to adversity? What kind of superpower do they have that allows them to get up after a major hit and find the willpower to lick their wounds and come up fighting this week? Hugh Mark Rendall tell his story of being the odds and show us how we all have the power of resilience within us. Most people take action or don't take action based off what they think other people are gonNA think about them. And I'm going to hand you the golden ticket right here. The people are not thinking about you. They're thinking about themselves and they're thinking about what you're GonNa do and how that's GonNa make them look so when you really start to focus on why okay. You're doing what you're doing and what you want to deal with life and you stop thinking about what other people are thinking. which is themselves you can get really really intentional? And really really clear on what you WanNa do and you can live a life of purpose. Welcome to Papa. PhD With David Mendez. The podcast asked where we explore careers and life after Grad school with guests who have walked the road less traveled and have unique stories to tell about how they made their place in the world of constantly evolving rules. I get ready to go off the beaten path and hop on for an exciting new episode of the PhD. I'd really love you the audience to play an active role in the show. So if there's a theme you'd like to see covered on the show or if there's a guest you'd like me to interview head over to Anchor Dot FM for Slash Papa PhD and drop us a voice message to be featured on a future Peter Episode on the Buffet Peach website you can also subscribe to our newsletter and get our resource sheet at the bottom of every page and you can also leave us a written message in our contacts page. H welcome to the show. Mark Rendall is a licensed masters in social work and a licensed chemical dependency counselor. He's also a keynote speaker. A clinical interventionist author.