#9 The Components of Mental Health in "Wishbone: A Novel" (with Dr. Jessica Murphy)
The Fictional Podcast
Dr. Murphy and I discuss her own novel, Wishbone, which takes the reader through the adolescent years of a girl who struggles with eating disorders, a disillusionment with education and the judgements of others. Buy the book here: https://amzn.to/3Dp5BqDYou can contact Jessica on Jessicam@hi.is or by following her on Instagram, at @drjcats You can read my own original blog posts, travel articles, and book and podcast reviews at https://samuelhogarth.com/ Follow me on Instagram at @thefictionalpodcast If you want to support this podcast, please like and subscribe, and share it with your friends. Thanks for listening! In the next episode I will be discussing Bákn by Dr. Gregory Phipps
Self-care is good for your health and well-being! Sometimes we can’t control the stressors in our lives, but we can control how we react to them. And when we take care of ourselves — and we take care of our mind, body, and spirit — we are building our resilience to handle the stressors that we can’t eliminate. Join us in this fun conversation as Dr. Jessica Murphy, DO, and I discuss self-care. Better equip yourself by taking care of yourself and promoting your well-being! Because when you do survive- What can’t you do?!? You are worth it!
Jessica Murphy: Perfume Professor, Scent & Art Historian, Museum Professional, Uncovering Scent’s Empowering Power
Sylvia & Me
With her passion for perfume, Jessica Murphy uncovers the history and empowerment of scent. Jessica is a Scent and Art Historian and a Museum Professional. She's always looking for new ways to connect art, fragrance, history and popular culture. Jessica shares the continuing results of her curiosity and research skills and along the way, she enriches the enjoyment of perfume.Since 2006, Jessica has been a contributor for the leading perfume blog Now Smell This. And what better name for her website than 'Perfume Professor'. Since late 2015 Jessica has taught and lectured about the history and culture of fragrance at venues such as the Brooklyn Brainery, the Brooklyn Museum, The Institute for Art and Olfaction and the New Jersey Council for the Humanities.Currently, Jessica is Manager of Visitor Engagement at the Brooklyn Museum. Before the pandemic, Jessica occasionally offered scent-themed tours.Prior to the Brooklyn Museum, Jessica worked as a Research Associate at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She has also worked as a Contractual Educator at the Met and as a Curatorial Assistant at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.Jessica received her B.A. from Fordham University and her M.A. and Ph.D. in Art History from the University of Delaware. A conversation with Jessica Murphy...The beginning - religion or incenseFestivals and seductionCommercial useLuxury and classStudio 54That iconic fragranceMemories and scent
Elevating the Customer Experience with True Fit Co-founder and Chief Customer Officer Jessica Murphy
How I Launched This: A SaaS Story
Stephanie (@stephr_wong) and Carter (@carterthecomic) are back this week with TrueFit Co-Founder and CCO, Jessica Murphy. TrueFit is revolutionizing online clothes shopping experience utilizing a data collective of size, fit preference, body shape, gender, brand preferences to precisely pinpoint the customer's true size. When retailers personalize every part of the journey, customers gain confidence in the seamless online shopping experience.Co-Founder Jessica Murphy starts the show explaining a little more about how TrueFit came to be and how the program collects customer information and product information, analyzes the data, and brings the customer to the perfect fit in each particular brand. With this data, TrueFit goes a step further, offering style recommendations for your size and shape as well. Standardization between brands is a benefit of the program, helping customers find similar products across brands. We talk a bit about data security and why building trust with companies and shoppers was so important to the growth of TrueFit. Jessica describes how her lack of technological experience at the beginning was no hindrance, explaining that a lot of the logic behind the algorithms now used was developed by her early on. Jessica and her Co-Founder, Romney Evans, learned software as they went, hiring friends and developers along the way.As the company migrated to Google Cloud, important decisions had to be made, and Jessica tells us about this journey. She describes challenges they faced, including the rapid growth they've seen since the start of the global pandemic.A first-generation Colombian in America, Jessica reflects on how family and cultural traditions shaped her as an entrepreneur. We touch on diversity in SaaS companies and why it can be a crucial component of a successful business and is vital to a successful AI model.To wrap up the show, Jessica gives us her thoughts on the future of data, AI, and internet companies and offers some great advice for aspiring entrepreneurs.Episode Links:TrueFit
Keturah speaks with librettist and teacher, Jessica Murphy Moo. They discuss her two operas, Earth to Kenzie and An American Dream, the pitfalls and joys of writing a children’s opera, how composer Frances Pollock convinced her to rhyme, and the differences between teaching fiction writing and libretto writing.
Jessica Murphy - #100DaysofTrailhead & SalesforceSaturday - Learn Salesforce and Start a New Journey
SFDC Consultant - Become a better Salesforce Consultant
Welcome to SFDC Consultant. The podcast where we have open discussions with Salesforce Consultants, Administrators, and Architects. My name is Emeric and in this episode, I will be speaking to Jessica Murphy. Additionally, if you find this episode interesting, I would really appreciate it if you could share this episode with your peers, subscribe to the podcast, and leave us a review. Jessica Murphy LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicarmurphy/ #100DaysofTrailhead - http://100daysoftrailhead.com/welcome-to-100-days-of-trailhead/ Trailhead Live - www.trailhead.com/live Emeric Gabor - LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/emericvictor/ SFDC Consultant Website - www.sfdcconsultant.com SFDC Consultant Twitter - https://twitter.com/consultant_sfdc SFDC Consultant LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/sfdc-consultant/ SFDC Consultant YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpFor36rsAyk9rqHu1R4VEg?view_as=subscriber--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sfdcconsultant/message
4 | Jessica Murphy- Hospital Birth with Failed Epidural
Moony Birth Stories
This episode features Jessica Murphy, from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan who shares the birth story of her son Colin. She struggled with nausea throughout most of her pregnancy then had a challenging labour where her requested epidural didn't work.
Trusted Podcast: Custom Clothing with Jessica Murphy
I frequently get asked where I get my suits and shirts from. The answer, not off the rack at a store. My body type has never allowed me to pull something off the rack and have it fit. Once I discovered Custom clothing my world changed. Jessica Murphy is a rep for Tom James and she helps me look like the best trust attorney possible. She joins this episode to tell you how custom clothing works and other great fashion tips for me. She can be reached at email@example.com.
Origins of 100 Days of Code with Jessica Murphy WizardCast 106
Send Us Your Feedback & Suggestions! Voicemail: 608.492.0321 (Note please tell us in your message if you do NOT want your voicemail to be included in the podcast). Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://thewizardnews.com/wizardcast_home/contact-us-wizardcast Welcome to the first episode of Season 5 of the WizardCast posted in the year of the hindsight (2020)! New Years is a time for resolutions, and what better way than to resolve to improve our knowledge and skills. 100 days of Trailhead aims to help admins and devs to do just this. Originally, 100 days of Code, the event has morphed to include both Salesforce Admins and Salesforce Devs. Jessica Murphy joins us to share just how 100 days of code came to be and why it's important. Show Overview 0:00 Unresolved Quandaries 1:43 Introduction 2:43 a Joke only a father can love (by my 4 yr old son Lucian Kwong) 3:52 in Hindsight, Brian didn't choose a good resolution 6:11 Origins of 100 days of Code with Jessica Murphy 11:30 pink color astros 14:00 Don't be a brand be a builder 14:40 why 100 days 18:00 Brian has a good idea (copyright brian kwong 2019) 20:40 Get fit while getting smart (copyright brian kwong 2019) 28:48 Circle of life 30:55 How Jessica Murphy learned how to run 35:36 Outro, Planned for 2020 on the WizardCast, and intern Dave Blank 38:28 Post Outro Links in This Show 100 days of trailhead FEEDBACK You can ask your questions, make comments, bad jokes, and your requests! Contact Us via Website https://thewizardnews.com/wizardcast_home/contact-us-wizardcast Leave a Voicemail 608.492.0321 (Note please tell us in your message if you do NOT want your voicemail to be included in the podcast). Email email@example.com HELP US SPREAD THE WORD! We'd love it if you could please share #WizardCast with your twitter followers. Click here to post a tweet! NEW!Amazon Alexa Skill - NEW! REVIEW US ON APPLE PODCASTS! Review Us Support the show! WizardCast Merchandise Store Shop On Amazon Libsyn podcast hosting: Get a free month with promo code: podmagic Other Ways To Support Participate In The Show! Share an IdeaExchange idea for our Ideas Highlight episodes! http://bit.ly/ideahighlight Share a question for Parker Harris http://bit.ly/parkerquestions Ways to subscribe to The WizardCast Click to Subscribe via iTunes/Apple Podcasts Click to Subscribe via Google Podcast App Click to Subscribe via Stitcher Subscribe via RSS Unresolved Quandires music https://freesound.org/people/RokZRooM/sounds/446745/ Audio and Music provided by: Cherry (Instrumental Version) (Josh Woodward) / CC BY 4.0 Sounds from: http://www.freesfx.co.uk episode!