Dallas: My Possibilities Executive Director Michael Thomas
Texas Business Minds
Good luck finding reliable, dedicated people these days- it's almost impossible, unless you call My Possibilities. They have a talented team of HIPsters ready to assist if your business if you'll provide the opportunity. Hipsters are Hugely Important People, adults with cognitive disabilities seeking a stable, long-term work environment where they can contribute and be part of a team. In this episode, DBJ Managing Editor Rob Schneider invites My Possibilities Executive Director Michael Thomas to share how the HIPsters are making a difference for big companies and small businesses across North Texas.
Michael Thomas has been with Shell/Pennzoil for more than 30 years and serves as the Pennzoil Technical Information Specialist. He is a nationally recognized expert in the passenger car motor oil sector for over 45 years.
Dak Prescott, 49ers QBs, Luka's contract, Cam Newton, Michael Thomas
Speak For Yourself
00:00 Should the Cowboys play Dak Prescott in the preseason?19:15 Do you like Kyle Shanahan’s plan to rotate QBs?30:38 How confident are you in Luka leading the Mavs to a title?45:21 Is this Cam’s last chance to prove he’s a starting QB?55:08 Love or hate Russell Wilson putting pressure on the Seahawks to figure out LT Duane Brown’s contract?1:00:51 Should the Saints be frustrated with Michael Thomas?1:10:58 Would you rather have Luka Doncic or Trae Young for the next 5 years? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Rodgers Truth Bomb Presser, Michael Thomas/Saints Problems, Soft Camp Downside, Injury Unknowns
3 and Out with John Middlekauff
In this episode, John reacts to Aaron Rodgers laying his problems with the Packers on the table in his first presser f training camp, Saints WR Michael Thomas, looks at the downside to the era of the soft training camp, and how front offices handle inevitable camp injuries differently. He also answers listener questions in the Middlekauff Mailbag. Follow John on Twitter and SUBSCRIBE now to get all the latest content!! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
NFL Pro Bowler Michael Thomas on faith, football and grief
Sports Spectrum Podcast
Michael Thomas has played 8 seasons in the NFL with the Houston Texans, New York Giants, Miami Dolphins and San Francisco 49ers. He played his college football at Stanford and went undrafted in 2012. After stint on the practice squad with the Niners, he would make his NFL debut in December 2013 with the Miami Dolphins against the New England Patriots and intercepted a Tom Brady pass in that game. Thomas would establish himself as a mainstay on special teams and in 2018, was named to the NFL's Pro Bowl. He was named as an All-Pro Special Teams Ace with Pro Football Focus three times and was named to Pro Football Focus's 2010's All Decade Team on special teams. Off the field, Michael earned his Master's Degree in Business Administration from the University of Miami Business School and in 2016, was named the "Good Guy" award winner from the Pro Football Writer's Association for his work assisting and cooperating with the media. Today on the podcast, Michael Thomas shares how his life has changed welcoming his third child, his recovery from a torn pectoral in 2020, how Christ became Lord of his life, leaning on his faith after losing his mother and sister, and why it is so important for Michael to be more than an athlete. --- If you enjoyed this conversation with Michael, we know you'll love these conversations as well: - Nate and Lexi Solder - Shaun Alexander and Chris Broussard on Biblical Manhood Receive our 10-day Sports Spectrum Devotional written by professional athletes for FREE when you sign up for our Sports Spectrum Weekly Email Newsletter. Sign up here.
Many people expect neuroscience to change our understanding of education. Michael Thomas (Birkbeck University) is director of the Centre for Educational Neuroscience in London. In this episode, Michael talks about what educators need to know about how the brain works, avoiding ‘disciplinary wars’ between psychology & neuroscience, and the need to balance a ‘medical model’ of learning with societal concerns about education.
Episode 59 - Coaching U12's, a conversation with the awesome Michael Thomas, U12 Everton RTC coach and creator of the e-book `Foundation Phase Sessions`
The Soccer Coaching Podcast
Episode 59 - Coaching U12's, a conversation with the awesome Michael Thomas, U12 Everton RTC coach and creator of the e-book `Foundation Phase Sessions`In this episode we talk to the awesome Michael Thomas (@MickThomo) about coaching U12's. We discuss Michael's coaching background and philosophy and then look at some of the specific aspects to consider and focus on when coaching this age group.Michael has over 15 years of experience working in football and education, coaching players from grassroots to academy level. As a coach, Michael has worked across the globe representing premier league clubs coaching a variety of age groups within both the male and female pathways. As a coach mentor with the English FA, Michael has supported grassroots coaches at all levels from youth to senior. Currently he combines a number of job roles including working as a YDP coach at a category 3 academy, FP coach at a WSL RTC and his full-time role working as a Sports Lecturer at a FE college in the North West.Michael also discusses his superb e-book `Foundation Phase Sessions` which includes foundation phase practices and SSG's. https://payhip.com/michaelthomas Thanks for listening and we hope you enjoy this episode!T - @SoccerCoachCastE – email@example.com