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Mark Goldstein

17 Podcast Episodes

Latest 28 Aug 2021 | Updated Daily

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S8E04 -The DOCSF Bone Tank - Mark Goldstein, Dr. Vonda Wright, and Professor Fabrizio Billi

Digital Orthopaedics Conference (DOCSF)

Welcome to the first segment of the Bone Tank! This a brand new segment of the DocSF, features top-of-class start-ups. We are joined on the virtual stage by Mark Goldstein, Dr. Vonda Wright, and Professor Fabrizio Billi. The three of them listened to 5 pitches from start-ups concentrated on the orthopedic space. In this episode, you will listen to the pitches and the judges’ comments on these companies. After a 5 minute pitch, the three judges have a chance to do a Q&A segment. The companies are Tenzr, kēlaHealth, Glendor, kaliber.ai, and indago.Discover these new companies that provide new, innovative solutions!

48mins

29 Jun 2021

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S3E053 MARK GOLDSTEIN discusses the pandemic and current conditions faced by local businesses.

Afternoons With Mike PODCAST

Over a year ago, the restrictions to "flatten the curve" were put on both citizens and businesses, for a period of two weeks. Now, over a year later, many Americans are still facing daily news of fresh calls for more lockdowns. In Florida, we have fared above average, but the threat of further restrictions still loom. Mark Goldstein speaks from many years of leadership and involvement in the community.

49mins

26 Mar 2021

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Mark Goldstein | A Mental Health Breakdown in BigLaw: How One Lawyer Survived and Now Helps Others Thrive

The Lawyer's Edge

Mark Goldstein is a Partner at Reed Smith’s New York Labor & Employment Group, where he helps companies in New York and around the world manage their workplace needs. Mark defends employers in a wide range of employment litigation matters and advises clients on a variety of day-to-day and big-picture workplace issues, including policy development, risk assessment, and litigation avoidance.  Mark is also a passionate mental health and wellness advocate, particularly in the legal profession. He has written for numerous legal publications, speaks at conferences and Bar Association events, and was recently selected as a member of ALM Media/Law.com’s Mental Health Advisory Board.  In this episode… When you’re feeling physically ill, do you call out of work for the day? What about when you’re not feeling well mentally? Do you still reach out to your firm when you need to take time off to work on your mental health? In the legal industry, and within BigLaw in particular, there is often a badge of honor for working yourself to the bone. Lawyers are lauded for lack of sleep, long hours, and neglected vacation time. But, this type of work environment is a recipe for burnout—and a serious detriment to your mental health. Mark Goldstein, Partner at Reed Smith, says that while physical ailments and mental health issues may appear different, both should be handled with respect in the workplace.  In this episode of The Lawyer’s Edge, Elise Holtzman sits down with Mark Goldstein, Partner at Reed Smith’s Labor & Employment Group, to talk about mental health in the legal industry. They discuss Mark’s experience diagnosing, treating, and maintaining his mental health, the advocacy work he’s done in the years since his diagnosis, and how being open about his health has opened doors for him in his career. Plus, Mark shares some practical tips on how you can address your mental health in the workplace.

45mins

19 Jan 2021

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S3E001 MARK GOLDSTEIN, Orlando business leader, offers thoughts and advice for the new year.

Afternoons With Mike PODCAST

One of the regular guests on Mike's show, Orlando business leader and former president of the Christian Chamber MARK GOLDSTEIN offers biblically based advice on having a God-honoring viewpoint, even in these challenging times. Mark is an avid Bible reader, and he has a helpful perspective on how to view the recent events in our nation.

46mins

4 Jan 2021

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S2E157 MARK GOLDSTEIN returns, and discusses the upcoming election and ramifications.

Afternoons With Mike PODCAST

Afternoons With Mike regular Mark Goldstein discusses the many ramifications on this coming Tuesday's elections, especially considering the fact that we are voting on the role of president. Mark offers some biblical perspectives as he looks back into Israel's history. Also discussed - the role of discipleship that Mark will be overseeing after this year's Better Man Event concludes. Mark represents Christian Leadership Concepts, a discipling arm of the BME.

51mins

29 Oct 2020

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S2E133 MARK GOLDSTEIN discusses the biblical principles needed to survive 2020.

Afternoons With Mike PODCAST

It is always enjoyable to have Orlando business leader Mark Goldstein drop by the Shepherd Studios. Mark recently transitioned from being president of the Central Florida Christian Chamber to become the area director for Christian Leadership Concepts. Mark is an avid lover of God's Word...and at the time of this writing, has read the Bible through cover to cover 34 times!

52mins

31 Aug 2020

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S2E105 Orlando business leader MARK GOLDSTEIN and publisher JACQUELYN LYNN have collaborated.

Afternoons With Mike PODCAST

Longtime and much loved Orlando business leader Mark Goldstein (former president of the Central Florida Christian Chamber) has collaborated with author and publisher Jacquelyn Lynn on a new book that outlines the driving mindset behind Mark's business philosophy. It is titled "WORK AS WORSHIP" - "How Your Labor Becomes Your Legacy." Mark is well known as an advocate for marketplace ministry.

51mins

7 Jul 2020

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LawFlip Episode 028 | Mark Goldstein

LawFlip

Attorneys are magnets for mental health issues. Compared to the general population, attorneys are especially vulnerable to substance abuse, anxiety, and depression. Many attorneys find practicing law soul-crushing because it involves myriad challenges.  Attorneys frequently have difficulty finding a manageable work-life balance. Legal work is highly stressful in numerous ways:  it’s unpredictable, adversarial, time-consuming, technical, requires constantly dealing with other people’s problems, and often does not generate the sorts of income that lay people generally assume. While all these issues are rooted in factual realities, attorneys nevertheless do not need to be miserable as a condition of their careers or need lots of money to be happy. Indeed, with the right perspective, it’s still possible to have a happy life while practicing law. This week’s guest, Mark Goldstein, not only overcame his mental health issues and related struggles, he did it while working in the pressure cooker otherwise known as Big Law. He felt alone. He was not.  In this episode, Mark and Benjy discuss many things mental health in what we believe should be required listening/viewing for all lawyers, especially newer ones. Please check out this week’s episode of @lawflip and subscribe to all our channels. Sign up for our newsletter here. https://go.smithbenowitz.com/lawflip-podcastSupport the show (http://lawflip.com)

49mins

15 Jun 2020

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S2E075 Show regular MARK GOLDSTEIN shares news going on in Orlando businesses.

Afternoons With Mike PODCAST

This week Mike is joined by Mark Goldstein for a discussion on Orlando business, and how Covid is impacting our economy. Mark also shares about his new direction, leaving the Christian Chamber to serve Christian Leadership Concepts.

51mins

11 May 2020

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Its A Dog's Life 2019 Rewind: Susannah Charleson, Dr. Mark Goldstein, And Dr. Clive D. L. Wynne

It's A Dog's Life With Angela Ardolino

Where the lost dogs go with Susannah Charleson. In the wake of the Oklahoma City bombing, Susannah Charleson clipped a photo from the newspaper of an exhausted canine handler, face buried in the fur of his search-and-rescue dog. A dog lover and pilot with search experience herself, Susannah was so moved by the image that she decided to volunteer with a local canine team and soon discovered firsthand the long hours, nonexistent pay, and often heart-wrenching results they face. Once she qualified to train a dog of her own, she adopted Puzzle, a strong, bright Golden Retriever puppy who exhibited unique aptitudes as a working dog but who was less interested in the role of compliant house pet. The scent of the Missing is the story of Susannah and Puzzle’s adventures as they search for the missing a lost teen, an Alzheimer’s patient wandering in the cold, signs of the crew amid the debris of the space shuttle Columbia disaster and unravel the mystery of the bond between humans and dogs. A search dog with a gift for compassion, a stray dog with a gift for survival, a torn family who learned to make a difference, and the heartbreak healed by them all. When a K9 search specialist for missing persons turns to the work for lost pets, families are reunited, including her own.What Animals Large and Small Taught Me About Life, Love, and Humanity with Dr. Mark Goldstein. From the time Dr. Mark Goldstein was a little boy, even before he had his first dog, he was fascinated by creatures both domestic and wild. After graduating from veterinary school at Cornell University, he became a veterinarian in clinical practice, then director of zoos in Boston and Los Angeles, then head of a progressive humane society where he advocated for animal welfare. During his extraordinary 30-year career, Dr. Mark has accrued a lifetime of experiences working with all sorts of animals and the people who care for them. Dr. Mark's life with animals taught him more than how to be a great doctor, it taught him how to live life. The stories in this book reflect those lessons; they will make you laugh and cry as they entertain and amaze you. Each real-life experience sheds light on the challenges and hard work of the talented individuals who work in the world of animal welfare. These are stories that illustrate the tremendous impact animals have on our daily lives—they are hallmarks of the sacred importance of the human-animal bond. On your journey through the exhilarating life of Dr. Mark, you'll meet some of the finned, furred, and feathered animals who offered him invaluable insights—Harold the hamster, Sasha the Siberian tiger, St. Francis the German Shepherd, Ralph the buffalo, Gus the stallion, Frank the goldfish, and many more fascinating creatures! Mark Goldstein, DVM, has spent over 40 years caring, advocating, and fighting for the welfare of animals. The institutions he worked at are all recognized leaders in their respective fields and the variety of animals he worked with and his responsibilities were unique. He was a senior staff clinician in the medicine department at Angell Memorial Animal Hospital in Boston. After being hired to head the Boston Zoos, he led a turnaround for the failing inner-city Franklin Park Zoo. "Dr. Mark" then moved west with his wife Kristine and their two daughters when he was appointed to lead the Los Angeles Zoo. He followed his heart to shine a light on the importance of the human-animal bond and took the helm at the San Diego Humane Society and SPCA where he oversaw the design, development, and completion of the "San Diego Campus for Animal Care." Many aspects of the campus, its programs and its unique partnership with the municipal animal care department have been copied numerous times both nationally and internationally. He has a BS in Animal Science and a DVM degree from Cornell University.The behavior of dogs and their wild relatives with Dr. Clive D. L. Wynne, Behavioral Scientist. Clive is a behavioral scientist with a fascination for dogs and their wild relatives. As a psychology professor who directs the Canine Science Collaboratory at Arizona State University in Tempe, he is also the Director of Research at Wolf Park in Battle Ground, IN, and the author of Dog Is Love. Clive was born and raised on the Isle of Wight, off the south coast of England. He studied at University College London and got his Ph.D. at Edinburgh University before setting off on his travels. After time at the Ruhr-Universitat Bochum, Duke University, Universität Konstanz, the University of Western Australia and the University of Florida, Clive came to Arizona State University in 2013. Over the years he has studied the behavior of many species - ranging from pigeons to dunnarts (a small mouse-like marsupial). But some years ago Clive found a way to meld his childhood love of dogs with his professional training and now study and teach the behavior of dogs and their wild relatives.

32mins

3 Jan 2020

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