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23 of The Best Podcast Episodes for James Reynolds. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about James Reynolds, often where they are interviewed.

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23 of The Best Podcast Episodes for James Reynolds. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about James Reynolds, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 191 - November 18, 2020 –Mark Fisher, James Reynolds, Keri Nichols, Mike Mauk – Power Panel

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This episode was all about answering your questions that you sent in for our coaches’ panel. We had high school, college and a retired coach’s perspective tonight as we answered questions and played “out of the hat”. My thanks to Mark Fisher, retired coach, Drury University's wrestling coach, James Reynolds, Parkview High School girl’s basketball coach, Keri Nichols, and Glendale High School’s football coach, Mike Mauk.

Next week, do you understand it?  Do you just say you understand it?  How well do you know it?  What am I talking about?  Fantasy Football!  We are going to dive into Fantasy Football 101 and answer all of your questions on Fantasy Football.

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Nov 19 2020 · 58mins
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Will Alexander's DST James Reynolds Interview

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Will Alexander interviews James Reynolds

Oct 13 2020 · 50mins

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James Reynolds (Days Of Our Lives)

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Noel catches up with James Reynolds. The talented actor is best known for playing Abe Carver on Days of Our Lives. James originated the role back in 1981. James became just the second Days actor to win the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series in 2018. James took a break from Days to star in the primetime drama, Generations, which earned him a primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series. Reynolds joined the Marines. After boot camp he was assigned to the Information Service Office where, first stationed in Hawaii, he became a reporter for the service newspaper, The Windward Marine. Later he was sent to Vietnam and served for almost a year with a variety of units in and around Chu Lai, adding battlefield reporting to his combat duties.
Aug 19 2020 · 1hr 2mins
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JAMES REYNOLDS (Abe, DAYS) Has Stories for Days...

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We visited with daytime legend, JAMES REYNOLDS (Abe, DAYS)!!! What a life! So many stories and experiences that led him to a long career in film and TV. We felt so lucky to really get to know this incredible man.

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Apr 29 2020 · 1hr 23mins
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Guests Mary Beth Evans, Stephen Nichols, Lamon Archey, James Reynolds, & Galen Gering!- Days of Our Lives, 4/6-4/10, 2020 After Show

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Guests Mary Beth Evans, Stephen Nichols, Lamon Archey, James Reynolds, and Galen Gering!

This week on Days of Our Lives the reveal of the baby switch finally comes to light. Nicole tells Eric the truth about what really happened to baby Mickey. Eric then reveals the awful truth to Sarah. In the meantime, Brady is inching closer to the truth on his own while Kristen takes a sudden turn to the dark side with her grief over losing baby Rachel.

Kayla is busy with assisting Dr. Rolf in removing the chip from Marlena and bringing her "home" to John then takes matters into her own hands deciding to remove the chip from Steve's brain. "Stevano" bids his children goodbye (is it really for good?) After Kayla performs the surgery, Steve awakes with amnesia. Kayla is heartbroken, unsure if the memory loss is permanent.

Finally, fans are surprised as cast members join Dishin' Days during a "Quarantine Check-in" that is NOT to be missed!

Join hosts Tony Moore @lounginwithtony Michael Mattes @mlmattes Chelsie Overocker @chelsieoverocker and Tami Goveia @tamigoveia for ALL the dish


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Apr 13 2020 · 1hr 45mins
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RT2 - James Reynolds - Legitimising Transit Priority

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Transit priority is controversial and its potential to unclog congested roads often goes overlooked. How can cities gain support for implementing priority measures aimed at improving the operation of transit and the efficiency of the road network?

In this episode of Researching Transit, James Reynolds of Monash University’s Public Transport Research Group explains the notion of incrementalism in the context of transport planning. Mixing engineering with public policy has allowed James to recognise that technical solutions without political will are destined to languish.

“It’s not just the amount of [transit] priority that matters, but the legitimacy, and how much is legitimate”.

James offers three main approaches – and some pragmatic strategies – to achieve legitimacy in transit priority. Drawing on case studies from Toronto, Melbourne and Curitiba, James explains how transport planners are already achieving success by using these pragmatic strategies to implement transit priority, and that the missing element has largely been a lack of links to public policy analysis and legitimacy theory, which provide the formal language and understanding to describe these types of approaches in transport planning.

For more on transit priority and related public policy research, James recommends:
• Marsden and Reardon (2017) Questions of governance: rethinking the study of transportation policy, discussion to much techno-rationalism, and a lack of engagement with social sciences and politics, in transport research;
• Lindblom (1959) The science of "muddling through", on incrementalism
• Lindblom (1979) Still muddling, not yet through, refining incrementalism into three types
• Reynolds et al. (2017) Moving beyond techno-rationalism: new models of transit priority implementation, applying public policy analysis to transit priority
• Reynolds et al. (2018) Top-down versus bottom-up perspectives on streetcar priority, comparing the effectiveness of different policy implementation approaches in Melbourne

Videos of presentations about the research:
o PTRG Transport Research Series: on pragmatic strategies for practitioners. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLdKZm70C8JtUhxmdHtdcc_gZ0n6xsP68G
o PhD project final review seminar: on three main approaches: (1) building legitimacy before implementation; (2) avoiding impacts on other road users; and (3) building legitimacy through implementation; and eight pragmatic strategies https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLdKZm70C8JtUkhuBkq5Jt4pvRYIQitfpi

Learn more about the three different roles for public transport in a city’s transport policy of: 1) providing for social transport needs, 2) peak-period congestion relief, and/or 3) as a replacement for the car; in a chapter by Professor Graham Currie (2016) in Handbook on transport and urban planning in the developed world.

Theme music for this episode is from https://www.purple-planet.com
Feb 25 2020 · 35mins
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Episode 154 -February 19, 2020 - James Reynolds, Peter Kuster, Jared Rennick, Christian, Teri, & Jackson Cantwell

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In this episode, we kick off the show with a FastBreak Update and look at two nationally ranked Drury wrestlers: (#6) Jared Rennick and (#8) Peter Kuster were here, along with their coach James Reynolds in his fourth season at Drury. Best of luck to all of the Drury Wrestlers as they get ready for Regionals. 

We were then joined by former Olympians Christian and Teri Cantwell, and their son, Jackson. During our discussion we looked into their journey at the Olympics and with sports and how they are now integrating those valued characteristics into their parenting. Using sports as part of their family culture, the Cantwell’s have developed a strong bond in an out of the shot-put ring. Their experience at the national and world levels have prepared them for success in life. Now they enjoy and embrace the path that Jackson is traveling as he soars to the top of the charts in his own right winning the National Championship in the shot put in his age division!

Feb 20 2020 · 59mins
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Special Guest James Reynolds

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Drury University Head Coach James Reynolds joins me on the podcast to talk about his program in Springfield Missouri.   Fresh off having the programs first NCAA qualifier Coach Reynolds looks to build off that momentum by bringing in quality athletes both on the mat and in life. #Getonthebus

Sep 30 2019 · 41mins
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EP63: James Reynolds - Benefit Medical Apparel - Quality Over Quantity

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Whether you want to start your own business or are currently building your brand, being an entrepreneur takes tons of hard work and a mad desire to succeed no matter how many times you fail. After successfully launching a unique apparel business, James Reynolds knows firsthand why it’s important to strengthen your zone of genius, find the support you need, and always focus on providing quality for your customers!  

  • James’ background and what led him to start a medical apparel company 
  • What it’s like to create a prototype and find an apparel manufacturer 
  • How James used crowdfunding and social media to launch his business 
  • Why a proof of concept is important for any business 
  • How James used social media marketing to build his brand 
  • How to provide value and make your audience part of your brand’s community 
  • James’ hybrid approach to running a successful team 
  • How to stay relevant in your industry and keep customers excited 
  • BeneFIT’s Brand Ambassador Program vs. affiliate marketing 
  • Future plans for BeneFIT and why control of your brand is key     

Powerful Quotes to Remember:

  • We used our own patterns. We didn’t just buy another product and put our logos on them. 
  • Those are the people you want; the genuine followers that will support you and spread the word...and genuinely love your brand and care about your story and mission. 
  • Even though it’s the company Instagram, we still focus on being a human.    
  • Double down on your strengths and don’t worry about building up your weaknesses. 
  • There is power in keeping your own product in your own hands instead of putting it in someone else’s. 

James Reynolds has always appreciated physical fitness and being comfortable while working out. After working at a pharmacy during college, James realized a need for scrubs that were more functional and fashionable and partnered with his brother to build a scrubs apparel line from the ground up. Today, BeneFIT Medical Apparel is a fast-growing company and is like the Lululemon for scrubs. Be sure to check them out if you want to up your scrubs game!     

Connect with James:

BeneFIT’s Facebook

James’ Personal IG

BeneFIT’s IG

BeneFIT Website 

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Aug 27 2019 · 47mins
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FASD Through a Variety of Lenses - Episode 03 - James Reynolds

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In this episode, neuroscientist Dr. James Reynolds shares his knowledge, experience and ideas around how we as educators can best support students with FASD. Dr. Reynold's research focuses on the effects of prenatal alcohol exposure on the developing brain and the resulting cognitive, behavioural and socio-emotional deficits that may occur in children. Dr. Reynolds is the Program Lead for the FASD Research Program in the Kids Brain Health Network, a national Network of Centres of Excellence dedicated to the study of neurodevelopmental disorders in children, and he also serves as the Interim Chief Scientific Officer for the Network.
Apr 03 2019 · 24mins