Episode 9 "International Special Needs Adoption's" Guest: Chris Muller
Adoptive Dad Playbook
Welcome to another exciting episode of the Playbook. With our guest Chris Muller. In this episode is a chat with a dad who is a biological and adoptive dad. We discuss what it is like to adopt from China and adopt children with special needs and the challenges and blessing that come with that. "International Special Needs Adoption's" Chris really dives deep into moving across the country and adopting from China. He also describes how his life has changed in adopting and also what it is like to adopted a child with special needs. Sit back relax and grab a beverage. As always check us out on our socials and email with any show ideas or guest ideas. If you like what you hear give us a 5 star and a review. This weeks Foster/Adoptive care spotlight: Adoption Hacks (Podcast) Instragram: adoptionhacks Chris Muller's Socials Facebook: Chris Muller Instragram: @MullerOver Youtube: Chris Muller Follow us on our socials on Facebook: Adoptive Dad Playbook Twitter: @adoptivedadpb Instagram: adoptivedadplaybook and on Youtube at Adoptivedadplaybook Mike Doran: www.thatsmikedoran.com (Intro and Closing) Sara Morris: firstname.lastname@example.org (Artwork)
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The future is bright! On this week’s episode, some hospitality powerhouses join the Gents! It is all about people development and our new world of hospitality education. Professor Mary Connors and Dr. Chris Muller are launching the FIU Chaplin School latest innovation the Professional Hospitality Development (PHD) Program. We ask Dr. Muller, a leading expert in multi-unit restaurant development and leadership about the state of the restaurant segment and he has some amazing insight and why he feels we will see a tremendous ‘green shoots movement’ in the segment and a new age of restaurants. Professor Connors also a sought-after Global Consultant added her thoughts on the future of ‘people development’ and our new approach to learning. We all agree their timing is perfect to launch the new Professional Hospitality Development (PHD) Program that will help hospitality professionals at all levels grow and expand their skills and knowledge. “We are looking forward to creating the new for the hospitality community that has experienced many challenges this past year,” said Mary Connors. We wrap-up this marvelous conversation with an entertaining Speed Rail when we learn the best, worst, and why we all love teaching! Listen, Learn and Laugh! Support the show (http://Hospitality.fiu.edu)
Episode 149 - Chris Muller From The chckrd App and Getting Back To The Track
Dirt Nerds Podcast
This week we sat down and talked to Chris Muller from the chckrd app. Chckrd is a new social media app geared for the racing community and Chris tells us all about it! Then we sit down and talk about finally getting back to the race track!
On this episode we have Tampa Bay Rays prospect and brother of former guest, Chris Muller. We talk about bouncing back from tearing his UCL, if headbands should be considered a PED and his juco routes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Online delivery providers – friend or foe? With Professor Chris Muller.
The Multisite Masters Podcast
ODPs – friend or foe? With Prof Chris Muller. An interview with Prof Chris Muller, Professor of the Practice, at the Boston School of Hospitality. This episode of the Multi-Site Masters sees the return of Prof Chris Muller, (Professor of the Practice, at the Boston School of Hospitality) to give us his insights into what is happening in the US and UK regarding the explosion of online delivery providers (ODPs) such as Uber Eats, Deliveroo, Just Eat and many others. During our conversation Chris will share his thoughts on: The 8 models of delivery – including the Independent (one shot), to the Dark Kitchen and the Virtual Restaurant model. The macro themes impacting upon the restaurant business and the disruptors that are reshaping it. What history can teach us – the impact that the third party, online travel agents had on the accommodation section and how this is relevant to today’s restaurant challenges. Also Chris is quite honest about the model he’d adopt if he was opening a new restaurant in today’s dynamic and challenging environment. During the conversation we refer to an article Chris published for the Boston Hospitality Review, which can be downloaded HERE – it’s well worth a read as a companion piece to the episode. Prof Chris Muller (Professor of the Practice, at the Boston School of Hospitality) is one of the leading figures into the study of effective multi-unit restaurant brand management, chain restaurant organisation development and growth, and the training of multi-unit managers for over 25 years. Described by Tony Hughes (Restaurant Group non-executive director) as being: “THE World authority on the Restaurant Industry, the ‘go to’ man if you want expertise and knowledge”! Guest: Professor Chris Muller, Professor of the Practice, at the Boston School of Hospitality Contact Prof Chris Muller: email@example.com | @hospitalitydean | Prof Chris’ LinkedIn Profile Host: Lee Sheldon, Co-Founder of Mastering Multi Units | @sheldious | Lee’s LinkedIn Profile Contact Lee and his team: firstname.lastname@example.org | @MMU_Global Listen to the episode here: The post Online delivery providers – friend or foe? With Professor Chris Muller. appeared first on MMU.
Chris Muller, founder and former CEO of Muller Media Conversions, tells us how he moved from writing code for Grumman to rescuing data from distressed, damaged, and obsolete media. His story covers the globe and some of the major stories of the recent past (Watergate, Whitewater, and WorldCom). The episode includes an account of his experience in downtown New York City during 9/11.
1064: Chris Muller is a serial entrepreneur who enjoys creative writing and lives in Southbury, Connecticut.
Cars Yeah with Mark Greene
Chris Muller is a serial entrepreneur who enjoys creative writing and lives in Southbury, Connecticut. He just launched PITFUND, a social, funding, and marketplace platform built exclusively for the racing community. PITFUND allows racers, teams, tracks, the media, manufacturers, and fans to connect and support each other. PITFUND is also race, vehicle, and geography agnostic. It’s free to sign up, be social, and get your racing goals funded.
Chris Muller joins the show to talk about PITFUND, a new platform where the racing community can come together to fund and support each other. He explains what it is, how to do it and why he thinks it will be a great way to bring people together. We then get into a recap of the NHRA's return to Richmond and our opening weekend at Yellowstone Drag Strip.https://pitfund.comFuel DRW on PITFUND: https://pitfund.com/#!/profile/dragracingweeklyLike DRW on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dragracingweekly/Follow DRW on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DRWShowFollow DRW on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drw_show/Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNi3wWEvcLLbG2XCNcYWKSASubscribe on Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/drag-racing-weekly/id973767249?mt=2Subscribe on Google Play Podcasts: https://play.google.com/music/listen?u=0#/ps/Ifccdh36nvakbebx5kx72ywdsnuListen live on Wednesday nights: http://mixlr.com/drag-racing-weekly/Email us: email@example.comCall or text the hotline: (406) 577-1600