Chris is the host of the Doom Tomb Podcast, a Phoenix-based podcast on all things Stoner and Doom. He is also responsible for Planet Mammoth a stoner/doom festival in Tempe, AZ.In this episode, we chat about podcasting, the state of festivals in 2021, and starting a doom cooking show.Follow him on all social media @doomtombMy album "All the Same" drops 04/09Preorders are up on bandcamp now!zaccrye.bandcamp.com jamspacepodcast.com@zaccrye
How Soberlink Rebuilds Trust After Divorce with Chris Beck
The Divorce Survival Guide Podcast
When it comes to divorce and alcohol abuse, weaponizing the disease of alcoholism is the worst thing you can do — not only for the individual being accused but also for your children. Today, Chris Beck, VP of Soberlink, joins me for a discussion about how Soberlink is empowering co-parenting relationships and keeping families together — even after divorce. In this conversation, Chris and I take a deep dive into the alcohol monitoring system Soberlink and learn how it is used as an empowerment tool that helps build trust between divorcing parents. Soberlink allows you to have peace of mind that your children are safe while with your ex, while keeping communication lines open as well. Show Highlights How the testing system works, and when to use it. (3:00) Why random testing may not be ideal in a custodial environment (6:00) What happens if there is a positive test during parenting time. (8:42) Soberlink is not a punitive or oppressive tool, it is a unifying tool. (10:00) Reducing the stigma of alcohol use. (13:25) How the results are tracked and how Soberlink works within the family law court system. (17:37) COVID-19 and how it’s affecting cases involving alcohol abuse. (23:06) Learn More About Chris Beck:Chris Beck is the VP of Business Development for Soberlink Healthcare. Chris’s primary responsibilities include working with Family Law Judges, Attorneys, and Health Care Professionals across the country to educate them on Soberlink’s modern approach to alcohol monitoring for Child Custody Cases. He has led over 25, 1-hour educational presentations and continues to find new opportunities to raise awareness around alcohol monitoring and child safety. Resources & Links: Soberlink Soberlink on Facebook Soberlink on LinkedIn Soberlink on YouTube Soberlink on Instagram Soberlink on Twitter The Ultimate Divorce Survival Guide Should I Stay or Should I Go Facebook Group
SOBERLINK: Empowering Those in the Fight Against Alcohol Addiction with Chris Beck
Doing Relationships Right
Chris Beck is the VP of Business Development for Soberlink Healthcare. Chris’ primary responsibilities include working with Family Law Judges, Attorneys, and Health Care Professionals across the country to educate them on Soberlink’s modern approach to alcohol monitoring for Child Custody Cases. He has lead over 25 1hr educational presentations and continues to find new opportunities to raise awareness around alcohol monitoring and child safety. Today we’re chatting about: What SOBERLINK is, and how it works. Why it’s so important to keep parents in children’s lives. The role of trust in the co-parenting process. Connect with Chris: Website: https://www.soberlink.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Soberlink https://www.instagram.com/soberlink/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB4VQU9opg1VhhEaym0bcbg This season of Doing Divorce Right is sponsored by FAYR (https://www.fayr.com/) and Soberlink (https://www.soberlink.com/)! Check out these great parenting tools! Get a copy of Jen’s book, “Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda: A Divorce Coach’s Guide to Staying Married” here.
Alcoholism and Child Custody with Chris Beck of Soberlink
Welcome to Splitsville | Navigating Divorce in a Modern World
Child custody cases are often the toughest types of cases that go through family court. Far too often, those cases involve parents with alcohol and substance abuse issues. Some states, including North Carolina, allow for alcohol monitoring systems in child custody cases. In this episode, we talk with Chris Beck of Soberlink, a modern tool that helps parents struggling with alcohol abuse stay involved in their children's lives. By using three key technologies to identify, test, and communicate in real-time with all concerned parties, Soberlink. allows parents to prove their sobriety and provides accountability. 5:23 The accuracy and reliability of the Soberlink device meets and exceeds medical and legal standards. 9:00 Chris explores the costs associated with using Soberlink and the extensive training process afforded to clients. 21:09 In cases of substance abuse, accuracy matters. So, Soberlink has designed its devices for real-world errors and false-positive tests from ingesting commonplace food and personal care products. 24:57 While Soberlink developed its product and guidelines in concert with the needs of the legal community, not all Soberlink clients are under court order to do so. Chris reveals the experience for clients using the company’s device to earn back trust or provide voluntary accountability. 29:09 To find out more about Soberlink and how it can help in family law cases and provide accountability, go to their website soberlink.com. The insights and views presented in “Welcome to Splitsville” are for general information purposes only and should not be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. Nor does tuning in to this podcast constitute an attorney-client relationship of any kind. If you’re ready for compassionate and reliable legal guidance on your journey through divorce, contact Leigh Sellers and her team at www.TouchstoneFamilyLaw.com
Ep. 46 Collaboration not Competition between IR and IC with Dr. Achal Sahai and Dr. Chris Beck
Interventional Cardiologist (IC) Dr. Achal Sahai and Interventional Radiologist (IR) Dr. Christopher Beck discuss ways these two specialties collaborate on complex cases, share endovascular techniques, and avoid the "turf war" trap.
Ep.43: The Importance of Job Autopsies with Chris Beck
The Tim Faller Show
A good job autopsy can lay the foundation for better processes and more profits for your company. But you have to do it right. Some companies use them like a club, which leads to finger-pointing and the blame game. Some owners just brood over the numbers and do nothing. But the numbers tell the story, and doing the forensics can tell you how to improve. In this episode, Tim and Steve talk to Chris Beck of Normandy Remodeling in Hinsdale, IL. Normandy Remodeling has just started involving Production in the job autopsy process at the close of a project. Chris has been with Normandy for 11 years. He started as Superintendent, and was promoted to Production Manager in April 2015, then Director of Production in January 2018. In 2018, it marked the fourth year in a row of record produced volume. Last year, they completed 220 jobs. Chris began involving Production in Normandy’s job autopsies last year. Previously, the autopsy had been more focused on sales and design. He saw slippage increasing, and needed to figure out why that was happening. He discusses how what data to look at, and how having Production in a job review can make significant changes for the better, including: How to make changes so you’re not repeating mistakes Getting involved in the financials Changing processes Why it can help you refine your cost book for the higher-end projects Avoiding finger-pointing and blame Why an interactive culture makes it all easier What to document and why Bringing it all together Handling issues before the job ends — or even starts How much time it takes And much more… Including how to pitch it to your owner if your company isn’t doing a post-mortem. Taking the steps toward doing a complete job autopsy can take you from good to great, and find extra profits for you company. It’s Your Turn We’re getting great suggestions for topics and guests — what do you want to hear us talk about? Shoot Tim and email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your ideas about subjects to cover and guests to talk to! The post Ep.43: The Importance of Job Autopsies with Chris Beck appeared first on The Tim Faller Show.
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