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Founder and CEO of Growing Leaders, Dr. Tim Elmore shares practical advice on leading the next generation. With special guests such as John C. Maxwell, Dan Pink and Carol Dweck, listeners will get a fresh perspective and tips on how to best connect with today’s young adults. Episodes include conversations on leadership, education, athletics, parenting, and more as we aim to equip you to lead the next generation.
 
I love talking to people, getting to know who they are, what they believe, and if it all makes sense. I'm the most open minded person you could ever meet. I started my podcast as a Christian but I ended up becoming an atheist nihilist because of how I've considered whether my own stance would survive my criteria for the truth. Hope you can enjoy the conversations. Coz it will keep getting more interesting.
 
Traído a ustedes por PNC Crezca con Éxito. El próximo sábado es la feria de Sesame Street y Elmo quiere ir! Con la ayuda de su papa, Louie, Elmo toma decisiones acerca de gastar, compartir y ahorrar a través de la semana. Escuchen cómo Elmo aprende conceptos financieros básicos de sus experiencias diarias mientras también ahorra dinero para la feria.
 
This podcast is a collection of thoughts and ideas that come out of the counseling practice of Paul Elmore. Paul has been in practice since 2004 and specializes in abuse recovery in Portland Oregon. You can find out more info at www.PaulElmore.com.
 
Join Kevin Clash - creator of “Elmo” - and filmmaker Constance Marks as they discuss their film “Being Elmo”. Clash dreamed of working with his idol, master puppeteer Jim Henson and by displaying his creativity and talent at a young age, Clash ultimately found a home on Sesame Street. Narrated by Whoopi Goldberg, this documentary includes rare archival footage, interviews with Frank Oz, Rosie O'Donnell, Cheryl Henson, Joan Ganz Cooney and others, and offers a behind-the-scenes look at Sesame ...
 
Brought to you by PNC Grow Up Great. Next Saturday is the Sesame Street fair, and Elmo wants to go! With help from his dad, Louie, Elmo makes choices throughout the week about spending, sharing, and saving.Listen along as Elmo learns financial basics from his everyday experiences while also saving money for the fair.
 
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Sondra Rubin is a Board Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner by NAMA (National Ayurvedic Medical Association Medical Board) and a Certified Ayurvedic Wellness Educator. She is a passionate healer, educator and has acquired her education from the Southern California University of Health Sciences. Sondra has an Ayurvedic Practice located in Henderson, Ne…
 
It is difficult to live a meaningful life without clear goals. Goals give us purpose. They give us energy. They give us motivation. In this episode, Tim and Andrew highlight one of our habitudes called “The Foggy Day Effect” and give real-world action steps on how we can set and stick to the goals we want to achieve in life. Access our Habitudes fo…
 
Dr. Richard Johnson is a professor of medicine at the University of Colorado and is a clinician, educator, and researcher. He is board certified in internal medicine, infectious diseases, and kidney disease and is the founding editor of Comprehensive Clinical Nephrology, one of the main textbooks on kidney disease. For more than 20 years, he has le…
 
Dr. John Abramson has been on the faculty of Harvard Medical School for twenty-five years, where he teaches health care policy. He also served as a family physician for 22 years, during which he was named a "top doctor" six times in local, state, and national surveys. He served as an unpaid consultant to the FBI and Department of Justice, including…
 
On Tuesday, May 31st at 12 noon ET, we will be hosting a webinar to launch our new eBook, “An Early Introduction to Generation Alpha.” In this webinar, you will hear from Dr. Elmore about the first research we’ve gathered on Generation Alpha -- the students born since 2016. After attending this webinar, you will receive a free copy of the eBook! Yo…
 
Finding Hope and Inspiration In Infertility | Naava CarmanNaava has been in practice for 22 years and spends most of her time working with tricky multi-faceted Reproductive Immunology issues in women over 40 such as recurrent miscarriage, unexplained infertility and multiple failed ART cycles, and supporting diverse folks in bigger and trans bodies…
 
Amy S. Peele RN, is the award-winning, best-selling author of Cut and Match, medical mysteries with a mission and a side of humor. Before becoming a writer Amy enjoyed a fascinating 35-year career in the organ transplant field which provides an authentic backdrop to her books. As Director of Clinical Operations at University of California San Franc…
 
The American population seems polarized into at least two major camps, and several sub-camps regarding politics, vaccinations, masks, and other issues. The pandemic has stolen nearly a million lives in the United States. The economy has felt like a yo-yo, spiking and then plummeting. When Generation Z observes how out-of-control everything feels, y…
 
Dr. Hiteshini Jugessur is a rare combination of a committed scientist, social activist, teacher of yoga & meditation, and President of Art of Living Foundation Canada (AOLF). Early on in her profession, she chose to abandon comfort and prestige to dedicate herself to humanitarian service with an aim of bringing comfort, solace, and healing to those…
 
When a family eats together, it demonstrates that family is the highest priority. While most agree with this, we often neglect it because we’ve jumped onto a hamster wheel, running to practices, rehearsals, games, recitals, and competitions. Rushing about together is not the same as pausing, eating, and interacting. We must avoid noise and clutter.…
 
John La Puma, MD, FACP is the New York Times best selling author of seven books, translated into 10 languages, with over a million copies sold. Co-founder of ChefMD, a consumer-health media company, he is considered the founder of culinary medicine, now taught in 40% of U.S. medical schools and worldwide. He is also Founder of EcoMedicine.org, a na…
 
When adolescents have nothing meaningful to do, they’ll create their own meaning. This can be good news or bad news, depending on what they come up with. For too long, parents, teachers, and coaches have only offered facsimiles of real-world experiences to teens. We’ve been afraid our kids will get hurt, be unsafe, be unready, and fail; and consequ…
 
Dr. Robert Malone is an internationally recognized scientist/physician and the original inventor of mRNA vaccination as a technology, DNA vaccination, and multiple non-viral DNA and RNA/mRNA platform delivery technologies. He holds numerous fundamental domestic and foreign patents in the fields of gene delivery, delivery formulations, and vaccines:…
 
When someone establishes their boundaries, it is a trump card. What can anyone say to a person who declares they need to guard their time and mental health? Today, we all believe in boundaries. When we don’t establish boundaries, we often sacrifice something that boundaries often protect. Both sacrifice and boundaries are essential but too much sac…
 
Co-Founder and CEO, Dr. Nick Allen co-founded Ksana Health in 2019 to translate the tools and technologies he developed as the Director of University of Oregon’s Center for Digital Mental Health into products and services that will transform mental health care and research. Dr. Allen is a clinical psychologist and social neuroscientist who investig…
 
One of the saddest realities that surfaced from the COVID-19 pandemic was the loss of hope on the part of students. During this time of uncertainty, students are finding unhealthy and dangerous ways to cope. In this episode, Tim and Andrew explore the distinct relationship between resourcefulness and resiliency and present four messages students ne…
 
Dr. William Davis, cardiologist, and author of the #1 New York Times bestselling ‘Wheat Belly’ series and champion of advocating for individual self-empowerment.After 25 years of practicing cardiology, it became clear that I was in the business of dispensing prescription drugs and procedures, not health. Once I rejected conventional notions of deli…
 
This past year, the theme of leadership was subtle but definitely present in many of the movies released in theaters and on streaming services. In this episode, Tim and Andrew offer you a list of the top leadership movies of 2021 and how we can all learn from them. Some are dramas, some are comedies, some are thrillers, and some are action adventur…
 
Mark is a Christian apologist, Digital Designer, and he teaches at a Bible College. We talk about a lot of things including God, Ukraine, and critical race theory. I tell him some of my crazy ideas and it was a really fun conversation. www.tsbc.edu
 
Dr. Kara Fitzgerald received her doctorate of naturopathic medicine from National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon. She completed the first CNME-accredited post-doctorate position in nutritional biochemistry and laboratory science at Metametrix (now Genova) Clinical Laboratory under the direction of Richard Lord, Ph.D. Her residency …
 
I've recently figured out that life has no meaning thus I'm still thinking about where I can derive the motivation for me to actually do anything with my life. Talking to Edward was fun and enlightening. He also shares his thoughts on it including his irish heritage.
 
We live in a culture with so many options, so much going on every moment of the day, that we get distracted. Our smartphones cause FOMO (the fear of missing out). Social media causes FOMU (the fear of messing up). We endure self-imposed pressures to get so much done each day that we feel compelled to multitask. Technology has made life more efficie…
 
Zeke Medina is an Adult Sleep Consultant and pharmacist that coaches clients on achieving a productive lifestyle by learning to sleep well first before implementing bigger health changes. Zeke is the co-founder of Live Love Sleep, Sleep Consulting where he works with his wife to help families learn the skill of restorative sleep. From the baby that…
 
Despite the turmoil, disruption, volatility, and uncertainty, why do we see young adults becoming more, not less, audacious? In a time when we’d assume they might cower in fear of the unknown, they are speaking up, quitting jobs, and bucking well-known traditions. In this episode, Tim and Andrew explore why younger people are choosing control over …
 
Karese Laguerre is a leading voice in sleep and myofunctional therapy. She founded The Myo Spot, a practice aimed at amplifying oral wellness to whole body wellness. Through tele-therapy she helps clients of all ages overcome tongue ties, TMJ disorders, sleep apnea, grinding, anxiety, and various breathing and orofacial dysfunction. Passionate abou…
 
People are resigning from their jobs in droves. By the millions. Inc. magazine reported on The Great Resignation, detailing the numbers; and they’re staggering. In this episode, Tim and Andrew discuss the lasting effects of the Great Resignation and how we all can navigate it using examples from the ones who came before us.…
 
Sabrina Ann Zielinski is a certified group fitness and martial arts instructor, health coach, lactation consultant, and a natural health guru. The mastermind behind the allergy-friendly food recipes and do-it-yourself remedies featured on naturallivingfamily.com, she’s known as “Mama Z” to many fellow moms who are looking for natural ways to care f…
 
Millions of teens and young adults in Generation Z have been given the expectation that life should be pleasant, rewarding, and even fun each day. And when it is not, someone should swoop in and make it better. In this episode, Tim and Andrew discuss ways that we can help children combat Cinderella Syndrome and prepare for the real world in a healt…
 
Sarah Anderson is a Functional Medicine Nurse Practitioner who helps high performing women and men all over the world up-level their health for PEAK performance in all aspects of their lives. After graduating from Vanderbilt University, she started out as a cardiology nurse practitioner where she worked for 12 years. She transitioned to a functiona…
 
What if instead of barring our students from engaging in social platforms, we were instead building in them the skills they need to make those decisions themselves? In the case of both competencies, the answer begins with a conversation. In this episode, Tim and Andrew explore what it looks like to build skills that will help students make better d…
 
TRIGGER WARNING: Today’s episode contains frank discussions of mental health disorder, depression, anxiety, and suicide. Dr. Daniel Emina is a child/adolescent and adult psychiatrist and associate medical director of Amen Clinics, a chain of nationally recognized outpatient healthcare clinics that has pioneered innovative techniques in mental healt…
 
Dr. Joy Kong is a UCLA-trained, triple board-certified physician, anti-aging and stem cell specialist, educator, and CEO. As the founder of Thea Center for Regenerative Medicine in California, she focuses her efforts on the prevention of aging decline, as well as chronic and degenerative conditions that no one else has been able to heal. Dr. Kong b…
 
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