Finding Your Niche, Going Viral + Doing Business Your Way With Molly Parker
The BossBabe Podcast
When Molly Parker was struck by a cab driver as a pedestrian, she had no idea how much that singular event would alter the course of her life. After years of struggling through her concussion symptoms and doing hours of research, Molly’s journey has ultimately unlocked her ability to help a unique demographic of people: those who have suffered from a concussion, too. In this week’s episode, Molly is sharing her story of recovery and unpacking how her one-of-a-kind experience has helped her find her niche and empathize with her ideal customer on a new level. Plus, she’s sharing how you can do the exact same thing. Links: Soul CBD - mysoulcbd.com/bossbabe Use code BOSSBABE15 at checkout for 15% off Hello Fresh - hellofresh.com/bossbabe14 Use code BOSSBABE14 at checkout for 14 free meals + free shipping The BossBabe Elixir - https://bossbabe.com/elixir-opt-in Follow: BossBabe: @bossbabe.inc Natalie: @iamnatalie Danielle: @daniellecanty Molly Parker: @mollyparkerpt Concussion Compass: @concussioncompass
#5: Jes with Kiera Faber, Andrea Shaker, and Molly Parker Stuart on where to from here
where to from here
Welcome to episode five of where to from here, a podcast series hosted by artist Jes Reyes. Its formation is both a result and a response to postponing Moonplay Cinema's first season of in-person programming due to COVID-19 safety protocols. Today's episode features Jes in conversation with Kiera Faber, Andrea Shaker, and Molly Parker Stuart. This episode brings the group back together to reflect over Moonplay, building a consortium, and what we have created by being open to trying something different. Follow Moonplay on Instagram: @moonplaycinema Email: email@example.com www.moonplaycinema.org Theme music by Jes Reyes. Original recording date: January 9, 2021
Welcome to episode two of where to from here, a podcast series hosted by artist Jes Reyes. Its formation is both a result and a response to postponing Moonplay Cinema's first season of in-person programming due to COVID-19 safety protocols. Today's episode features Molly Parker Stuart. Molly Parker Stuart is an interdisciplinary artist best known for her work in experimental video. Molly works with and within digital structures to transform the digital artifacts generated by the social structures that affect her life. Artifacts that represent difficult or oppressive experiences. This data is broken down into its constituent parts and used to create video works that speak directly to the body, to convey a whole body experience of beauty. View a clip from Molly's work here. Follow Moonplay on Instagram: @moonplaycinema Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.moonplaycinema.org Theme music by Jes Reyes. Original recording date: November 21, 2020
#1: Jes with Kiera Faber, Andrea Shaker, and Molly Parker Stuart on filmmaking, artistic process, uncertainty, and life and work during COVID times.
where to from here
Welcome to the first episode of where to from here, a podcast series hosted by artist Jes Reyes. Its formation is both a result and a response to postponing Moonplay Cinema's first season of in-person programming due to COVID-19 safety protocols. The podcast starts with Jes talking with Kiera Faber, Andrea Shaker, and Molly Parker Stuart. Topics include filmmaking, artistic process, uncertainty, and life and work during COVID times. Following episodes of season one include individual conversations with each artist, along with the artists coming back together to reflect on the possibilities of Moonplay and the podcast. Follow Moonplay on Instagram: @moonplaycinema Email: email@example.com www.moonplaycinema.org Theme music by Jes Reyes. Original recording date: October 24, 2020
This week, we are joined by up and coming voice coach Molly Parker. Molly shares with us how she knew she wanted to pursue a career in helping people find their voices and also shares the challenges her family face with her two brothers who are both non-verbal autistic. For all updates on the podcast, follow us on instagram @tightlads_podcastYou can also find us on instagram under @jordaneedonnelly, @abioneill17 and @fawkesfitnessPlease also make sure to go over and show Molly some support on her instagram which is @mollys_trills See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
EP 145: The Long Road to Building a Business After a Concussion with Molly Parker
The CashPT Lunch Hour Podcast | Build a Successful Physical Therapy Business Without Relying on Insurance
A concussion is not a small head bump that will go away on its own! In today’s episode, Molly Parker will reveal why all concussions, light or serious, should always be taken seriously. She had Sensorimotor Disorder and Post Concussion Syndrome for seven years, and suffered a great deal trying to recover both from the pain and from the depletion of financial resources. Now, she’s a Doctor of Physical Therapy who is busy reaching out to people suffering from traumatic brain injuries using Social Media to raise awareness, discuss preventive measures, and share her knowledge and experience about concussions for a speedier recovery. Tune in to be inspired by her positivity, find opportunity in adversity and come out a winner. “People need to understand how they can recognize the signs and symptoms so that they can get treatment early on. They say the earlier the better, but also it's never too late.”- Molly ParkerWhat do you want to hear from the CashPT Lunch Hour?Tell us here! Get Your CashPT Checklist to Start Building Your Cash-Based Physical Therapy Practice Now!Find it Here 10x Your Marketing, 10X Your Action, 10X Your Thinking, 10X Your Income, and 10X Your Impact in 12 Months or Less with The CashPT Platinum Mastermind!Learn More Here!In This Episode:- How to find your way around the plans you’ve set when life has other plans for you- The journey of adapting and building something new- The signs and symptoms of a person suffering from post concussion syndrome- How to cope with the feeling of merely existing but not living, breathing but not feeling alive- What are the different types of concussions- Concussion versus post concussion syndrome- Turning your weakest moments into a business opportunity- How to help people who already gave up on themselves- The best platform to reach and connect to peopleEpisode Resources:- YouTube Video - https://youtu.be/kh9e8MISw80- Concussion Compass Website - https://www.concussioncompass.com Connect with Molly:- Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mollyparkerpt/- Website - https://www.concussioncompass.com- LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/molly-parker-72974726Connect with Aaron:- Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/AaronLeBauer/- Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/aaronlebauer/- Twitter - https://twitter.com/AaronLeBauer- LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/aaronlebauer/- Website - https://aaronlebauer.com/
I got a concussion in December 2018. It took me 15 months to recover, and the symptoms still come up to this day when I’m stressed, flying, or in a hot tub. I knew nothing about concussions, and certainly didn’t expect depression, panic attacks, skittering vision, or debilitating exhaustion. By the time I was finally diagnosed, I was terrified, confused, and felt very alone. Some of my earliest reassurance was @mollyparkerpt’s Instagram page. It was a treasure trove of concussion information, and immediately made me realize this was serious, but it was also treatable. Today, Dr. Molly Parker is here to share her expertise on concussions—the symptoms you might expect (and those you might not), finding the practitioner that’s right for you, working your treatment plan and evaluating success, and what to do if you find, like me, that your symptoms aren’t resolving in a few weeks, as they usually do. Continue the conversation with me @melissau on Instagram. If you have a question for Dear Melissa or a topic idea for the show, leave me a voicemail at (321) 209-1480. Do the Thing is part of The Onward Project, a family of podcasts brought together by Gretchen Rubin—all about how to make your life better. Check out the other Onward Project podcasts—Happier with Gretchen Rubin, Side Hustle School, Happier in Hollywood, and Everything Happens with Kate Bowler . If you liked this episode, please subscribe, leave a 5-star review, and tell your friends to Do the Thing! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode of the Physiotutors podcast we talk to Molly Parker about concussions, concussion management, rehabilitation and her personal experience as a physio who's a patient with a concussion. We discuss the dangers of concussions going undiagnosed and the drastic affect this can have on your body and ability to function. We dive a little into the pathophysiology and perhaps more importantly, how imperative it is to make sure you have the right healthcare professionals involved in rehabilitation, not just physiotherapists. We highlight some of the differences someone may face with an acute concussion and also with prolonged concussion symptoms. Tune in to find out more!
Tune into ConcussionBeGone’s newest podcast interview with Dr. Molly Parker, a traumatic brain injury prevention advocate, survivor, and Physical Therapist. She speaks candidly about her brain injury recovery and gives tips to those struggling through their injuries right now! Tune in below. The post Speaking My Truth with Dr. Molly Parker appeared first on Concussion be gone.