We are both biologists and a little bias toward the deep-sea critters, but the deep ocean contains a wealth of geological discoveries, after all, it is the geology which creates the deep sea. We catch up the latest news, including life discovered 100s of km under the ice, slowing water currents, vampire squid history and the rules of naming something new, be it a species or an undersea feature. We then have a chat with geologist and explorer (and friend of the show) Heather Stewart about the geology of the deep sea and how we produce maps of the ocean floor. Why do people talk about how little of the ocean has been mapped when we can clearly see it is all mapped on google earth? What about some of the more unusual features that we see on the deep seabed in Google Earth, are those roads and pyramids? I have a chat with ‘my mate Dave™’, David Howell, about marine archaeology and looking for sunken human settlements. Finally, we hear from Don Walsh, who recollects the time he used the bathyscaph Trieste to deploy devices to listen out for nuclear tests. Feel free to get in touch with us with questions or you own tales from the high seas on: email@example.com Read the show notes and find out more about us at: www.armatusoceanic.com Links Life under the ice Gulf Stream weakening Fossil evidence of vampire squid Plastic waste as biodiversity hotspots New species without holotype (of the many papers you can read on this): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5672740/ https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmars.2021.620702/full A proposal for modesty Here is a great tool where you can see the direct and satellite global data Credits Theme – Hadal Zone Express by Märvel
Today's Heather comes to us from Santa Clarita, CA. She's the Manager of Training for Operations and Entertainment at Universal Studios Hollywood. How cool is that? We also talk about running marathons (She's completed 3 full marathons, and 40 half marathons to be exact!)She gives us the scoop on taking improv comedy classes, and we discuss how most of her accomplishments happened after turning 40! She's an inspiration for sure!Instagram: @heatherkstewart17Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/heyheather)
How the Hell Do We Fix This? – Episode 107 of The Path to Authenticity features another conversation with feminist philosopher Heather Stewart. Our last episode dropped on January 5. After the events the following day, we decided to do another, specifically to discuss this turbulent and historic time in American history. We recorded it […]
Falling in Love with Philosophy – Episode 103 of The Path to Authenticity features my conversation with feminist philosopher Heather Stewart, a doctoral student at the University of Western Ontario. Heather focuses primarily on bioethics, feminist philosophy, social and political philosophy, and queer theory. We talk about inequities in the American healthcare system and the […]
Heather Stewart - Head Women's Basketball Coach, Christopher HS
Visit TeachHoops.com for all your basketball needs. https://teachhoops.com/CONTACTS[00:00:58] I never actually thought I was going to be a coach.[00:01:20] I started playing park ball when I was 13 and I was the only girl.[00:01:52] Gina was probably my first introduction to good coaching.[00:02:30] She was the first person who had taught fundamentals.[00:03:27] I transferred to a school I'd never seen.[00:04:14] The culture of the team was poor…I had teammates that would yell at me for going too hard in practice.[00:05:55] I just went to my old coach and just said, Hey, I really have a passion, how could I be a part of building this program up and growing it? [00:06:28] And then unfortunately, a really close club coach friend of ours who was coaching at Stevenson at the time, Mike Woodie, passed away very unexpectedly and he was very close to all of us.[00:07:24] So, I was commuting about 120 miles a day to take those freshmen through their senior year.[00:08:34] There's a repeating theory here, I'm going to stop.[00:11:22] The first thing I learned as a coach was everyone's not the same. They don't learn the same. They're not motivated the same. They don't think the same.[00:11:59] I was pretty scoreboard focused.[00:12:48] As I progressed, both in age and experience, I really learned that, and as jumping into a head coach, I learned there's so much more to the game.[00:14:18] I've learned that because of how involved parents are, I think more so now, that, you have to find creative ways to implement them into your culture and your program.[00:16:18] And ultimately, as you said, we're here to serve the kids.[00:17:30] Before that parent comes in, I will give them a list and say these are the things that I want you to watch during practice, and I want you to take mental notes. [00:21:23] I didn't understand culture.[00:21:42] I think delegation is really hard when you've always been kind of a go getter, do it yourself, I got this, kind of a person.[00:22:32] I think as a young leader, I had a tendency to tell people what I want them to do.[00:23:38] Empowering my assistants is very important in making sure that those athletes know how much trust and respect and love I have for those coaches is extremely important.[00:23:58] Don't repeat yourself…just say it quietly.[00:25:47] I really moved away from assigning captains to earning captains.[00:29:57] Lot of friction because I think a lot of AAU programs, and it's not all, but a lot of AAU programs, are not making it about the kids. [00:30:18] You'll also find a lot of really, really good club directors who understand it, who get it, who do it the right way.[00:30:40] I've always been in schools where I have maybe one or two kids that pick up a basketball outside of basketball season. [00:31:18] I think that's just saying, look, when you're with them, you're with them. But when you're with us, you're with us and this is how we do it here.[00:33:55] I think it's also okay to form relationships with those coaches. I mean, I think it's the only way we can ultimately have success for young athletes is that we have to create partnerships.[00:35:27] I kind of figured out who I was, who I wanted to be and the culture that I wanted to create.[00:36:20] If you're disciplined, you don't have to be asked to do something.[00:37:31] He calls, his players, his living trophies. [00:38:15] I believe you should always leave the place better than you found it.[00:40:43] At the beginning of practice every day is we'll just have everybody come in, circle it up.[00:41:13] We come in and we all put our thumbs up, and then we go, okay, now, where are we?[00:42:13] I am also showing my vulnerability as a coach.[00:46:00] Let the scoreboard be a byproduct of the work that you do.[00:46:15] Don't be afraid to overcommunicate.[00:46:22] You have to have balance.[00:46:41] I think some years I've ended up paid paying myself to coach, because of gas.[00:47:54] I play music in the gym.[00:48:26] I need to put as much value and time into my relationships at home with my husband and my kids that I do with other people's kids.[00:49:39] When I get a kid that has good foot work, I'm like, okay, who taught you this? Call them and tell them, thank you.[00:50:09] I teach every player every skillset.[00:52:05] Run a high school clinic and teach the parents the skillsets that you want to teach the kids.
Season 3 Episode 2 – Interview with Heather Stewart
Declutter and Organize Your Sewing Space
In this episode I interview Heather Stewart, one of my clients. Heather tells us the inspirational story of how she changed her mindset, and as a result, created an incredible transformation in her sewing room. Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/declutterpodcastapple Subscribe to the podcast on Stitcher: http://bit.ly/declutterpodcaststitcher Listen to the podcast on YouTube: http://bit.ly/declutterpodcastyoutube Music credit:“Cheery Monday”Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ The post Season 3 Episode 2 – Interview with Heather Stewart appeared first on CLEAR THE DECKS!.
Secrets of Tomorrow's Leaders - Building a Stronger Community Together - Presented by JCI Santa Clarita
In this episode, Koren and Daniela speak with Heather Stewart, a Learning & Development Professional with over 15 years of experience in different business sectors. Heather has worked in various positions at notable companies such as Applebee’s, Pinkberry, and Princess Cruises. Currently, Heather serves as the Manager of Training and Development for the Operations and Entertainment Department at Universal Studios - Hollywood where her responsibilities include managing the training process and helping to develop future leaders for the theme park. Heather is a long-time resident of Santa Clarita and a former member of JCI Santa Clarita having served on the Board from 2010-2012. During her time as a Jaycee, she was named Member of the Year 3 years in a row.Want to learn how to better communicate as a Leader? Join JCI Santa Clarita on Thursday October 29th at 6:00 P.M. PST on Zoom for “Communicating as a Leader” with Heather Stewart. Tickets are $5 for Members; $10 for Non-Members. During this training, Heather will be highlighting and discussing:- The communication theories and systems that helped her grow to be a successful leader in the Learning and Organizational Development field.- Her personal experiences that inspired her to be a more honest and caring leader, as well as what motivated her to be more confident in her role.- What methodologies and ideologies have worked for her during her career.- Insights into other methods and ideologies so that attendees can find what will work best for themFor tickets and information, visit http://www.jcisantaclarita.com
083 Mangrove Islands and AFS 150 student day with Heather Stewart
The Fisheries Podcast
Get in touch with the AFS student subunit: AFSstudents@gmail.com Twitter: @AFS_students Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AFSStudents Check the AFS students and Early Career website: https://students.fisheries.org/ Check out the Early Career Events for AFS 150: https://students.fisheries.org/2020-annual-meeting/ Get in touch with Heather: Instagram @MangroveExplorer Become a Patron of the Fisheries Podcast here: https://www.patreon.com/FisheriesPodcast Buy podcast merch: https://teespring.com/stores/the-fisheries-podcast-fan-shop Thanks as always to Andrew Gialanella for the fantastic music. Follow Julie on Twitter @FishVecchio Follow the podcast on Twitter @FisheriesPod To nominate a guest for the show email: firstname.lastname@example.org The Fisheries Podcast is a completely independent podcast, not affiliated with an larger organization or entity. Reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the podcast. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Views and opinions expressed by the hosts are those of that individual and do not necessarily reflect the view of any entity with with those individuals are affiliated in other capacities (such as employers).
#54 How to do what makes you sparkle, with Heather Stewart
Ponder and Practice
Heather Stewart helps people figure out what it is that makes them sparkle, then supports them as they do THAT. If you want to light your own life up from the inside out (which you 100% can, and btw 100% deserve), you're going to want to listen to this episode.We talk: - Figuring out what role you need work to play- Re-discovering wonder - How to manage emotions so you can listen - How to set boundaries - How to find your why, - and more besides! Heather can be reached by email at email@example.com Resources mentioned: Grab your guided meditation: ponderandpractice.com/meditationCarpenter Smith Consulting: carpentersmith.com Victor Frankle, Man's Search for Meaning ("Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.") How to Have a Good Day, by Caroline Webb (https://carolinewebb.co/books/how-to-have-a-good-day/) Start with Why, by Simon Sinek (https://simonsinek.com/product/start-with-why/)Come find me on IG: @drkatherinehofmann Music courtesy of Joseph McDade.
Mental Health and Wellness, with Heather Stewart MSW
Mental health is an area that many Christians struggle with. It is also a dangerous subject that has been mishandled or mismanaged by many; amateur advice of "just pray and read the Bible more" or "you're sinning by being anxious" can do more harm than good. In this week's episode, social worker and therapist Heather Stewart joins us to explore mental health and illness. We discuss many of the available coping tools and resources available to those with depression and anxiety. Heather helps us to consider the importance of mindfulness, the need for safe support, and the health of understanding and processing our emotions.For more about us, visit www.devotionaldoctors.com or www.facebook.com/devotionaldoctors. You can reach us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.Our theme music is "Honey Bee" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com).License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)