Ordinarily Extraordinary - Conversations with women in STEM
Nancy Regan has a degree in Aerospace Engineering and founded The Force, a company focusing on Reliability Centered Maintenance. In addition to being an engineer and entrepreneur, she also holds six patents, is an author and a key note speaker. Episode NotesMusic used in the podcast: Higher Up, Silverman Sound StudioAcronyms, Definitions, and Fact CheckReliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) - A lot of organizations don’t get the Reliability they need from their equipment. That causes chronic downtime, increased costs, and lost production. Using Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM), organizations figure out what proactive maintenance to do so they get what they need from their machines (https://RCMTrainingOnline.com).RCM Consists of seven steps:FunctionsFunctional FailuresFailure ModesFailure EffectsFailure ConsequencesProactive Maintenance and IntervalsDefault StrategiesSteps one through four make up the Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA). Steps one through five make up the Failure Modes, Effects, and Criticality Analysis (FMECA). Step six embodies preventive maintenance and Condition Based Maintenance (CBM)."The One Thing" by Gary Keller. The book discusses the benefits of prioritizing a single task, and it also provides examples of how to engage in those tasks with a singular focus.Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - a private university focused on aviation and aerospace programs with its main campuses in Daytona Beach, Florida. Women make up 27% of enrollment currently. (Wikipedia)Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) Lakehurst is the world leader in Aircraft Launch and Recovery Equipment (ALRE) and Naval Aviation Support Equipment (SE). It is part of the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) and is located on Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst (JB MDL) in central New Jersey. As the Navy’s lead engineering support activity for ALRE and SE, NAWCAD Lakehurst conducts programs of acquisition management, technology development, systems integration, engineering, rapid prototyping / manufacturing, developmental evaluation and verification, fleet engineering support and integrated logistics support management. NAWCAD Lakehurst is responsible for maintaining fleet support and infusing modern technology across the entire spectrum of equipment needed to launch, land and maintain aircraft from ships at sea and austere expeditionary airfields. (navair.navy.mil)The USS Midway Museum is a historical naval aircraft carrier museum located in downtown San Diego, California at Navy Pier. The museum consists of the aircraft carrier Midway. The ship houses an extensive collection of aircraft, many of which were built in Southern California. (wikipedia)
EP 68: Overcoming Imposter Syndrome & Self-Doubt with TV Personality, Nancy Regan
Soul Sister Conversations
In this episode of Soul Sister Conversations, I speak with former co-host of Live At 5, Nancy Regan about her authentic journey. She shares how her life on TV was different than what she was feeling inside. She shares her fears, insecurities and negative self-talk as a young TV personality. We talk about her life after television which is when her authentic journey deepened. We discuss some of the things that showed up on her path that helped her grow. She ends the podcast by turning the tables on the host, Dana Lloyd to inquire how she stays connected to her light. Nancy has been on a poetic journey. She shares some of her poems that she has written. You might see some yourself reflected in Nancy's story as she struggled to accept herself. CONNECT with Nancy Regan on her podcast called The Soul Booth https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-soul-booth/id1465977222 ▪️Website: https://www.thesoulbooth.com/ ▪️Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thesoulbooth/ ▪️Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thesoulbooth/ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ EPISODE GUIDE ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ 2:18 “Perfectionism is just a high end haute couture version of fear. Just fear in fancy shoes and a mink coat pretending to be elegant when it’s actually terrified.” - Elizabeth Gilbert This is how Nancy Regan felt as she hosted Live at 5 many years ago. 3:47 Nancy shares how she stumbled into the co-host role of Live at 5 a very young education. 8:35 Imposter Syndrome was related to her lack of education in journalism. 9:00 Felt this imposter syndrome even as a teenager. 9:48 Nancy Regan recommends a book that impacted her to shift her mindset. It is called Mindset by Carol Dweck. 12:18 She had a running dialogue of negative self-talk. 13:51 Being a celebrity is a blessing and a strange experience. All on eyes are you. 18:43 Was she worried about what people thought of her. 20:21 How television plays with your ego and how that plays into deep insecurities. 21:11 The hunger for praise grew as she got older. 22:22 Nancy shares her philosophy that did not serve her and what she lives by now. 25:30 Nancy talks about why she left Live At 5 and did she know that her leaving would send her on the path of embarking on her authentic self. 27:27 Didn’t realize she was an empath which led her to feel drained. 28:45 Realized she had a lot of guilt as a result of leaving the show. 31:06 The experience where she began to awaken. 33:10 She shares the experience with Dr. Wayne Dyer that had on her life. 37:57 What Nancy has come to learn to about her own life. 44:05 Nancy talks about the work she does with young people. 46:08 Nancy’s BIG realization is true about us all. 49:20 Nancy shares a beautiful image she had during a recent guided meditation. 54:56 We have all been called to service in some way. 55:36 Nancy says that poetry has become an outlet for her. 1:01:27 Tree Vision then talking about Audrey Parker 1:04:21 What Nancy loves about her life now. 1:05:51 What does the world need most? 1:10:06 Nancy shares some of her POETRY. 1:14:14 Nancy encourages to be acknowledge our creativity. 1:15:55 Nancy gives us a healing exercise that she learned from Elizabeth Gilbert, author. 1:17:27 Nancy turns the tables on Dana to ask her what she does to nurture her own light.
Ms. Nancy Regan with RCMTrainingonline.com talks about Human Reliability In a post COVID19 World
The Industrial Talk Podcast with Scott MacKenzie
In this week's Industrial Talk Podcast we're talking to Nancy Regan, Founder and All Around Great Person at RCM Training Online, about applying the principles of asset reliability to your most valuable assets, your Talent. On this episode Nancy goes in-depth into the principles of Human Reliability and Human Reliability strategies for success.The challenges of a post COVID19 world will be significant, however, through Collaboration, Innovation and Action and professionals like Nancy the future is bright.Learn more about Nancy and the power of Human Reliability by the links below and this podcast:Company Website: https://rcmtrainingonline.com/Personal LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nancyreganrcm/Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/rcmtrainingonline/PODCAST VIDEO: THE STRATEGIC REASON "WHY YOU NEED TO PODCAST":OTHER GREAT INDUSTRIAL RESOURCES:Safeopedia: https://www.safeopedia.com/Industrial Marketing Solutions:https://industrialtalk.com/industrial-marketing/Industrial Academy: https://industrialtalk.com/industrial-academy/Industrial Dojo: https://industrialtalk.com/industrial_dojo/Safety With Purpose Podcast: https://safetywithpurpose.com/YOUR INDUSTRIAL DIGITAL TOOLBOX:LifterLMS: Get One Month Free for $1 – https://lifterlms.com/Active Campaign: Active Campaign LinkBombBomb: BombBomb LinkSocial Jukebox: https://www.socialjukebox.com/Industrial Academy (One Month Free Access And One Free Licence For Future Industrial Leader):Business Beatitude the BookDo you desire a more joy-filled, deeply-enduring sense of accomplishment and success? Live your business the way you want to live with the BUSINESS BEATITUDES...The Bridge connecting sacrifice to success. YOU NEED THE BUSINESS BEATITUDES!TAP INTO YOUR INDUSTRIAL SOUL, RESERVE YOUR COPY NOW! BE BOLD. BE BRAVE. DARE GREATLY AND CHANGE THE WORLD. GET THE BUSINESS BEATITUDES! Reserve My Copy and My 25% Discount
Rooted in Reliability: The Plant Performance Podcast
What are Functions with Nancy Regan Reliability Centered Maintenance or RCM is a philosophy that is rooted in the fundamentals of the reliability and maintenance. There are seven steps or principles of RCM that can really help you do RCM correctly. The first four steps of RCM make up FMEA and when you combine the next two with these, it gives you a FMECA baseline. With these seven steps, you can do all the wonderful things that make up a successful reliability program. In RCM, functions are where you start your journey. A function can be defined as what you need from a piece of equipment. In this episode, we covered: What is Reliability Centered Maintenance? Learn the 7 principles of RCM! How can you apply RCM effectively? And much more! When you have defined a function, you can record specific data and analyze it. When you are writing a function, you have to be very specific with the parameters. When a piece of equipment is doing what you want it do, you can label it as a reliable piece of equipment. When your function isn t written in an understandable way, you can t identify the failures modes, and therefore, can t analyze the data against it. So, functions help you understand a problem correctly and then come with suitable set of solutions to resolve it. If you don t define the problem, you wouldn t know what to do in the first place. There are two types of functions; primary and secondary functions. The primary functions are the basic reason why you bought that equipment in the first place. Those are the basic requirements that you need from your asset and then, there are secondary functions that support and facilitate your primary functions such as safety, response time etc. How you identify and define your primary and secondary functions depends upon your type of business. You will also need to write your functional failures well as they help you to avoid pitfalls. These can be defined as the inability of an asset to perform a function and are easy to define but they really contribute to the RCM analysis. Once you have defined functional failures, you need to have a good facilitator who is well versed in RCM techniques. He should be able to listen to the team and then discuss any problems he might observe with them. He should be taking into account other parameters such as operating context of the equipment and facilitate his team as best he can. That team should be skilled and trained well in order to have good performance in the field. Well defined functions will help you understanding the problem that the team might face with the equipment and once you have successful mitigated that problem, you can improve your functions with time. You will be able to really define your primary and secondary functions once you have understood your assets and occurring problems. You can communicate these functions better as well. The organizations really need to take functions into account while they are designing the equipment. They should have mindset that allows for such pre-emptive work. RCM isn t easy but it s simple and it works wonders when applied correctly. Eruditio Links: Eruditio HP Reliability James Kovacevic s LinkedIn Reliability Report Nancy Regan Links: Nancy Regan LinkedIn LinkedIn Articles Facebook Page RCMTrainingOnline.com Reliability-Centered Maintenance (Norwlan & Heap, 1978 Reliability-Centered Maintenance, 2nd Ed. by John Moubray The RCM Solution: A Practical Guide to Starting and Maintaining a Successful RCM Program by Nancy Regan Napoleon Hill s books Download RSS iTunesStitcher Rooted In Reliability podcast is a proud member of Reliability.fm network. We encourage you to please rate and review this podcast on iTunes and Stitcher. It ensures the podcast stays relevant and is easy to find by like-minded professionals. It is only with your ratings and reviews that the Rooted In Reliability podcast can continue to grow. Thank you for providing the small but critical support for the Rooted In Reliability podcast! The post 168-What are Functions with Nancy Regan appeared first on Accendo Reliability.
S.2 BONUS Ep. - Live SDAS Book Launch - Nancy Regan & Chaz Thorne
Single Dads Are Sexy
On June 15th we did a live taping of the podcast at the official launch of my book, Single Dads Are Sexy. My good friend, Nancy Regan, the host of the Soul Booth podcast, turned the mic on me for the evening. It was an intense chat and I am extremely grateful to Nancy and our audience for coming out to celebrate with me and my publishing partner/producer, Paul MacInnis. In this wide-ranging conversation, we talk about my childhood, my relationship with fear, and my thoughts about single parenthood and being a man in these challenging and changing times.
Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) with Nancy Regan
I sit down with RCM expert Nancy Regan to discuss how to do RCM well, what to avoid and how it relates to poker. If you want to avoid mistakes defining failure modes, check out Nancy's video tip at www.rcmtrainingonline.com/explore Follow Nancy on LinkedIn at - www.linkedin.com/in/nancyreganrcm Thank you for listening and if you enjoy the show, please subscribe to Rob's Reliability Project on your favourite podcast platform and share it with your colleagues. You can also follow Rob's Reliability Project on LinkedIn and Facebook and check out robsreliability.com as well. If you're looking for a shorter tip, subscribe to Rob's Reliability Tip of the Day on your favorite podcast platform or on your Amazon Alexa as a Flash Briefing. Finally, if there are any topics, guests you'd like to hear from, questions you want answered, or if you'd like to appear on the podcast, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Rob's Reliability Project on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/robsreliabilityproject/ Follow Rob's Reliability Project on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/robsreliabilityproject/ Music by XTaKeRuX, Song: White Crow is licensed under a Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution License.