Leadership and Trust with Command Sgt. Major Chris Johnson (U.S. Army ret.)
Win This Year
Chris Johnson was a successful student and athlete before getting caught up in some unhealthy decision making. Once he found himself selling drugs and in the local gang detail book, he knew he needed to make a choice. Enlisting in the U.S. Army sent him down a nearly three-decade path where he learned the importance of leadership, trust, and putting others first. Following his retirement from the military, he began mentoring youth and teaching them critical life skills. He joins us on this episode of Win This Year to share his experience, wisdom, and ideas on how lessons learned in the military can apply to both youth and parents. Those interested in reaching out to Chris can email him at:firstname.lastname@example.orgBehavioral/mental health resources:National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: (800) 273-8255Crisis Text Line: Text "Listen" to 741741Community Information and Referral Services: Dial 211 or visit 211.orgSAMHSA Behavioral Health Treatment Locator: https://findtreatment.samhsa.gov/notMYkid Website: https://notmykid.org/notMYkid Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/notMYkid/notMYkid Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/notmykiddotorg/notMYkid Twitter: https://twitter.com/notmykidtweetsnotMYkid YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/notMYkidVidsWin This Year show email: WinThisYear@notmykid.org
Premiered Aug 15, 2020There is no God. Now what? If this is the only life we have, how does that affect how we live our lives, how we treat each other, and cope with our own mortality. Award winning filmmaker and photographer photographer Chris Johnson created the coffee table photography book and documentary A Better Life in response to these questions and more.Chris Johnson is a New York-based photographer and filmmaker. He received his undergraduate degree in film production (along with a minor in religious studies) from Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec. His photography has been seen in various outlets, including The New York Times. He is the author of the coffee table photography book, A Better Life: 100 Atheists Speak Out on Joy & Meaning in a World Without God, as well as the documentary film version, A Better Life: An Exploration of Joy & Meaning in a World Without God. He has traveled the world on a screening/lecture tour about A Better Life, speaking and screening the film in over 120 cities on four continents from Reykjavik to Shanghai. In addition, he is the co-producer, co-director, and co-writer of the award winning documentary film, Merely Marvelous: The Dancing Genius of Gwen Verdon which premiered on the BBC in 2019.Hosted by Amaia Perez, the RfR Online Programming Director, and Eric Wells, the RfR Support Group Director.Resources - Book: The Big Picture: On the Origins of Life, Meaning, and the Universe Itself by Sean CarrollLearn more about Chris Johnson- http://www.theatheistbook.com- A Better Life podcast: https://www.theatheistbook.com/pages/podcast
Chris Johnson on fastest players ever, 2,000 yard season, his Hall of Fame case and nearly becoming a Steeler
All Things Covered with Patrick Peterson and Bryant McFadden
Visit sonos.com to learn more about the Sonos Arc.We talk to a legend a remember a legend on this episode. First, Patrick Peterson and Bryant McFadden link up to cover all things. The guys reflect on the life and career of Bobby Bowden and his lasting legacy on Florida State and college football (2:00). Next, they head to SKOL Check-In as Pat details what it was like to practice in the Vikings stadium for the first time and why he won't be wearing a visor at home in 2021 (11:30). Antoine Winfield Jr. is the 1st subject of our new 'Raising the Bar' segment presented by Sonos Arc (18:00). Finally, P2 and BMac go around the league (25:00) as they discuss Hall of Fame weekend and Pat's desire to one day be enshrined in Canton, Josh Allen's huge extension and brawls during Training Camps. Then, Bryant McFadden welcomes Chris Johnson (39:15) to discuss his football journey. CJ2K reflects on why he was just a 2-star recruit coming out of high school in Orlando and how the NFL Combine changed his draft position and his life. He also shares that he was supposed to be a Pittsburgh Steeler! Johnson comments that he believes that in his prime he is faster than Tyreek Hill is now and that he deserves to be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. We cover Chris' electrifying 2009 season which earned him his CJ2K nickname and finish with Superlatives!Follow the Chris' Just Love Coffee Cafe @justloveclermont on Instagram and visit the website: https://justlovecoffeecafe.com/clermont/'All Things Covered' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. You can listen to All Things Covered on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the All Things Covered podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the All Things Covered podcast."Visit the All Things Covered YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/allthingscoveredLike our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AllThingsCoveredPodFollow Pat on Instagram and TwitterFollow BMac on Instagram and TwitterFollow All Things Covered on Instagram and Twitter Produced by: @E_DeBerardinisFor more NFL coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
28. Chris Johnson on his 2000 yard season and the top RB's in the game today
Catchin' Fades with Aqib Talib
2009 NFL Offensive Player of the Year Chris Johnson joins Aqib Talib this week. The All-Pro RB discusses what it was like running a 4.2 at the combine (7:30), his 2,000-yd season in Tennessee and the one thing that he remembers most about that season (12:20), and the way NFL RB’s are not being valued in the NFL today (15:00). Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
How To Scale Your Listing Videos and Elevate Client Experience - Holly Hatch and Chris Johnson
RE vs. TECH
This video talks about Holly Hatch & Chris Johnson's story of how they met and became successful in this industry. They have brought together decades of experience from multiple markets from Northern California to Southern California to create an exciting partnership complementing each other's strengths, collaborating expertise in real estate, from condos to estates, residential to commercial, and sea. Together, they have always chosen PEOPLE over transaction reimagining real estate to create a distinctive experience second to none, genuine and sincere. Learn more about this fantastic duo, how they started blowing clients' minds by producing original films about their listings, and elevating the client's experience by stepping away from cliche. Also, Real Estate VS. Technology is now available on all major streaming platforms. The episode will be uploaded at the same time once published on our YT channel. #realestate #home #homerenovation #house #hollyhatchsells #holyandchris #homedecor #design #happy #luxuryrealestate #photography #architecture #demoday #summer #realestate #realtor #theagencyre #homedesign #losangeles #la #losangelesrealestate #love #revstech #realestatepodcast #realestatevstechnology #realestatestrategies #realestatetips
Levine & Haugh: Tony La Russa gets tossed, Chris Johnson interview (Hour 1)
Inside The Clubhouse on 670 The Score
Bruce Levine and David Haugh opened their show by breaking down the White Sox's 7-1 loss to the Brewers on Friday, which featured manager Tony La Russa and Tim Anderson each getting ejected for arguing about the strike zone. Later, Triple-A Charlotte Knights hitting coach Chris Johnson joined the show to discuss slugger Eloy Jimenez's progress in his rehab stint and rookie Yermin Mercedes' mindset after he threatened to retire earlier in the week, only to reverse course a day later.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 537: A Conversation with Chris Johnson (Checkr) and Kevin Poll (WillHire)
Contingent Workforce Weekly
The 200th episode of the Contingent Workforce Weekly podcast, sponsored by DZConneX, a Yoh company, features a conversation with Checkr’s Chris Johnson (Director of Industry Strategy) and WillHire's Kevin Poll (Global Head of Strategic Partnership and DE&I Champion). Chris, Kevin, and I celebrate 200 episodes of the podcast by chatting about diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I), major shifts in talent acquisition, the growth of the agile workforce, the power of direct sourcing, and much more.
This week Aaron Reed talks with fly angler and shop owner Chris Johnson of Living Waters fly shop in Round Rock, Texas. 00:00 Intro 00:58 Shoutout to Real Ale Brewing and Real Spirits Distilling (realalebrewing.com) 01:32 Shoutout to Duck Camp (duckcamp.com). 02:37 Thanks to our underwriter, The Local Angler series, and Imbrifex Books (thelocalangler.com) 03:25 We join Chris in his office at Living Waters Fly Fishing. 04:00 Chris and Aaron discuss the Baetis hatch at Luna’s Tacos that afternoon. 05:00 We gotta mention Round Rock Donuts (roundrockdonuts.com) 05:43 Chris stands in line so we don’t have to. 07:30 We discuss the guide service and Chris’s guide line-up. Chris inadvertently gives away his (shockingly young) age. 09:30 Shoutout to OG Texas freshwater guide Marcus Rodriguez. 11:58 We take a Chaco’s detour (chacos.com) 13:10 We introduce the amazing shop staff, all our friends. 15:53 The youngest member of the staff, and Aaron’s small-world connection to the Pafk family. 19:18 Fly fishing as a lifetime sport; does that contribute to the notable “small world” phenomenon we often remark upon? 22:25 By the way, most of the best flies in the shop were designed by people who work (or worked) there. 22:40 Shoutout to Matt Bennett at FlyGeek.net. 23:15 Walk through the doors of LWFF, and you’re family. 24:00 Got any crickets? 24:29 The first shop was a reclaimed cat shelter. 26:50 What’s a “creek shop,” and why is Living Waters Fly Fishing one of them? 28:44 “I was in college and found I couldn’t major in fishing, and that was a real downer.” 34:25 We take a quick Tenkara detour. 35:00 The pandemic year and the shop. Aaron means “March of 2020,” natch. 38:10 How the biggest year began. 40:45 Williamson County declares fly fishing “essential.” 44:20 Building community: weekly fly-tying, and monthly “Intro to Fly Fishing” classes. 45:22 Aaron mispronounces guide Pat Vanek’s last name. Look for Pat at Bosque Valley Fly Fishing. 46:50 Why Chris doesn’t offer free beer at the shop. (Hint: It’s not because he is opposed to a good craft beer.” 51:40 So how did the pandemic year work out for Living Waters? 52:40 The importance of not cutting pre-season orders. 53:45 “Head and shoulders, our best year ever.” 53:49 “We invented ‘social distancing.’” 55:35 “It was a bigger boom than the movie.” (“The movie,” of course, is “A River Runs Through It.”) 56:25 Chris and Aaron discuss home waters and the Central Texas fisheries. 1:00:15 Just how much public water is there in Texas? Aaron runs down the numbers. 1:01:20 Chris is a not-so-closet birder. 1:02:18 Population and development pressures on Central Texas waters, especially Brushy Creek. 1:03:08 “The fight is now over water.” 1:04:10 “All water is connected.” 1:05:16 Last year’s big conservation win on Brushy Creek. 1:07:00 The coming Tesla invasion. 1:09:00 Aaron grasps for an analogy, and inadvertently places Black’s BBQ in Luling (it’s in Lockhart, y’all). 1:09:58 New stickuhs in Chris’s shop, including two natives from Mike Williams. 1:10:37 How the Rio Grande cichlids fared in the historic deep freeze we experienced this year. 1:15:02 Check out the new “Fly Fish the Republic” sticker from our friend Nate Karnes at Remedy Provisions (remedyprovisions.com). That’s the first flag of the Republic, designed by Tejano patriot Lorenzo de Zavala in 1836. 1:16:45 What does “Fly Fish the Republic” mean, anyway? 1:19:00 #flyfishtherepublic actually raises money for native fish conservation within the borders of the historic Republic of Texas (that included some fishy parts of present-day New Mexico, Colorado, and Wyoming). 1:19:30 What are the similarities between Guadalupe bass and Rio Grande cutthroat, and what can fishing about the former teaches you about the latter? 1:21:35 Here’s a tip: try a size 14 damsel nymph for big Guads. 1:24:20 Where to find Living Waters Fly Fishing in person and online. 1:25:17 Oh yeah, what brands does Living Waters Fly Fishing carry? 1:26:26 Central Texas is Scientific Anglers country. (scientificanglers.com) 1:27:30 Tearful goodbyes. 1:29:02 A final tip: right now, Brushy is on fire from the Dell Diamond west through town. Go fishing!
China Expert Chris Johnson on the Biden Administration's Approach to Beijing
Blynd Submyshynz Episode 28: Chris Johnson from Deafheaven, Summoner, and Doomriders
This week it's a new milestone...our first-ever (that we know of) Grammy nominated guest, the incredibly charming Chris Johnson from Deafheaven, Summoner, Doomriders, running live sound, and engineering lots of great recordings, including the Worshipper tracks on the Glory or Death Thin Lizzy and Deep purple tribute and the Magnetic Eye Records "Live at Day of Doom" records featuring Elephant Tree, Domkraft, Horsehunter, and Summoner. Deafheaven released a career retrospective record titled "10 Years Gone" in December 2020 featuring new recordings of old tracks, handled masterfully by their longtime collaborator Jack Shirley.As always, we covered ground, including Chris' growing love of surfing, getting a car stolen in San Francisco, attending the Grammys, why the headstock on Dingwall basses is so silly, a new live record from Deafheaven, when touring will start again, coming up in the Boston scene (he has a checkered past...thanks Santos!), and his all-time favorite hometown band (Cave In). As a bonus delight, watch all three of us struggle to remember which song Summoner recorded on Magnetic Eye's Black Sabbath tribute (Chris played and recorded it and it's Jeff's favorite Sabbath song, but still we struggled). We also listened to music and stuff...really good crop of submissions this week! Deafheavenhttps://deafheaven.com/https://deafheavens.bandcamp.com/Summonerhttps://summonerboston.bandcamp.com/musichttps://magneticeyerecords.bandcamp.com/track/summoner-a-national-acrobatDoomridershttps://doomriders.bandcamp.com/This Week's SubmissionsIldarunihttps://ildaruniblacklion.bandcamp.com/album/beyond-unseen-gatewaysOslo Tapeshttps://oslotapes.bandcamp.com/album/rLament Cityscapehttps://lamentcityscape.bandcamp.com/album/the-old-wetMonjehttps://monje.bandcamp.com/album/druga-dimenzijaBandcamp CurationApril + Vistahttps://aprilandvista.bandcamp.com/album/pit-of-my-dreamsBands! Submit one song (preferably from Bandcamp) to email@example.com and we'll try to cover it on another episode. Find us on social media @blyndsubmyshynz. If you like the podcast, subscribe, share it with your friend, or head over to our to watch the video version!https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCi_8QVmx1ggBQHGKln88UNwTheme song by Francis Anger RobertsLogo by Nick Fox