Peggy Martin a co-founder of Family Wealth Consultants, Inc., a Registered Investment Advisory Firm, as a Wealth Manager. A Volunteer and Philanthropist. Giving space to make a difference as a servant leader. https://podcasts.heartatworkonline.org/peggy-martin-episode-70/--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/impactfullegacy/message
Classic Radio Theater for December 2, 2020 Hour 1 - Trying to Marry Off Peggy Martin
USA Classic Radio Theater
My Favorite Husband starring Lucille Ball and Richard Denning, originally broadcast December 2, 1950, 70 years ago, Trying to Marry Off Peggy Martin. . A comedy about match-making. The girls try to marry off a good looking girl to avoid competition.
Liz tries to play matchmaker with a business contact of George's. Originally aired on December 2, 1950. This is episode 108 of My Favorite Husband. Please email questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. Like us on Facebook at facebook.com/classiccomedyotr. Please support our show at patron.podbean.com/classiccomedyotr Please share this podcast with your friends and family. You can also subscribe to our podcast on Spotify, iTunes, and Google podcasts.
A ‘giant hug’ from a faith-filled alum - Peggy Martin Weber ’76
Providence College Podcast
Peggy Martin Weber ’76, who spent a lengthy career in Catholic communications, thinks of her new book, Enough As You Are, as a “giant hug” to humankind. She wants people to erase “nagging doubts that we are not good enough.” In this episode, she discusses some of the thoughts, anecdotes, and prayerful reminders about self-worth that she writes about and conveys distinct Providence College undergraduate experiences that have prominent places in three of the book’s chapters. Follow the Providence College Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Soundcloud, Stitcher, Google Play,and YouTube. Visit Providence College on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Snapchat, and LinkedIn.
Podcast Episode 18: Coaching the players as they are with Peggy Martin
Volleyball Coaching Wizards Podcast
One of the struggles we can face as coaches is having to work with players who have motivations different than our own. In some cases it’s because they are different types of players than we were. In other cases it’s because they are in the sport for different reasons. In this episode of the podcast we start with Peggy Martin sharing her experience of learning to coach players as they are, not as we wished they were. Peggy Martin has over 40 years of college coaching experience, primarily at the NCAA Division II level. She’s accumulated more than 1200 career victories and has won more than 20 league titles. Her Central Missouri teams made 25 straight trips to the NCAA tournament, reaching six Elite 8s and a national championship match. Peggy has been named Coach of the Year 22 times, including earning NCAA Division II National Coach of the Year honors in 1987. She is a member of the AVCA Hall of Fame. A little discussion of blocked vs. random training came into this discussion, following on the subject of Episode 17. Vital Heynen’s interview came up again in terms of having a coaching style contrary to his prior experience of coaching as a player. Along the same lines, Stelio DeRocco came up in terms of having prior playing experience being useful in understanding player motivation. We also referenced the characteristics of a great setter episode with respect to showing a lack of doubt to the team. Feedback, questions, comments, etc. are always welcome! The post Podcast Episode 18: Coaching the players as they are with Peggy Martin appeared first on Volleyball Coaching Wizards.