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John Marshall

Golf Conversations

Long-Drive Champion and Instructor John Marshall explains the Mike Austin "Big Bopper" swing.

30mins

15 Jul 2021

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See It to Be It : Mindfulness Coach (w/ John Marshall)

Living Corporate

Amy C. Waninger welcomes mindfulness coach John Marshall to the show this week on See It to Be It. John is the founder of Humessence, a mindful life & career coaching platform, whose mission is to bring the human essence back to modern business by producing present professionals. Check the links in the show notes to connect with John!You can connect with John on LinkedIn and Instagram.https://bit.ly/36yHpDMhttps://bit.ly/36xbFiwCheck out the Humessence website.https://bit.ly/2UMX3sQInterested in supporting Living Corporate? Check out our Support page.https://bit.ly/3egO3DkLearn more about Lead at Any Level.http://bit.ly/2lPvOMM

49mins

14 Jul 2021

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S4 E12- Reimagining Schools with Equity in Mind featuring Dr. John Marshall

Be The Leader You Deserve

In this episode, we discussed equity considerations for all students as we plan to reimagine school. This episode featured Dr. John Marshall, Chief Equity Officer of Diversity, Equity, and Poverty in Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) Kentucky.  Disclaimer: technology issues made some of this audio a little inaudible at times. The questions we asked were the most difficult to understand. So, we've listed them below to try and help. We apologize for the technology error! As leaders begin to reimagine schools what are some of the first things they need to think about or do as it relates to equity? How do we make sure systems and structures are equitable for all students? What are some things you see leaders doing that they think are supporting students of color but in actuality are further marginalizing students of color? We know how important it is to talk about race with staff and students.  We also know that it can be hard to know where to start, especially as a white administrator.  What advice do you have for building leaders to support their staff in this task?  What advice do you have for teachers to support their students with this task? We recently talked with Heather Warrell, who was a previous guest, and she used the terms bold and unapologetic when discussing the moral imperative of reimagining schools. She told us she was inspired by your continuous use of these terms. Talk to us a little bit about what these terms mean to you and why fearless leadership is so important as the Chief Equity Officer. As leaders continue their work with equity, what are some of your favorite resources? Knowing what you know now as Chief Equity Officer, what advice would you give John Marshall as a new leader? What are three words that others who know you would use to describe you?

35mins

25 Jun 2021

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John Marshall Harlan - STRENGTH - S2 E18

Eagle Hoss & Hound

In 1896, Supreme Court Justice John Marshall Harlan was the lone dissenter in the Plessy v. Ferguson case which upheld the Democrat South's Jim Crow laws of Racial Segregation.  Harlan had been born to a slave-holding family in Kentucky, served as a Colonel for the Union Army during the Civil War, became a Republican in politics and was selected to the Supreme Court in 1877 where he served till his death in 1911.  Harlan became known as The Great Dissenter due to his ardent support of the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments for private citizens' rights to civil liberties in the face of the Social Darwinist RACISM (promoted by Harlan's rival on the Supreme Court, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. and others) of the general public sentiment of the late 1800s and early 1900s (when time after time, Democrat legislatures would not pass Anti-Lynching Laws).   Harlan's steadfast courage to uphold civil rights of all Americans, including African Americans, despite being in the minority makes him a social integrity hero and HOSS indeed! The Eagle Hoss & Hound podcast is a platform for respect. Respect for the Eagle - the individual with a service background (including spouses). Respect for the Hoss - the Social Integrity Hero from our American past. Plus, the Hound - the common #AmericanMutt - you and me. Follow @EagleIMBUED - J.D. Collier

29mins

6 May 2021

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Deena Costa: "Prof. John Marshall: "Clinical research in critical care: lessons from COVID-19""

Continulus Critical Care Nursing

This talk will review the current evidence about the benefits of interprofessional ICU teams to patient care and outcomes. We will review the integral team members, data that supports how they work together effectively and discuss gaps in our understanding to optimize ICU human resource investment and improve patient care and outcomes.

1hr

11 Apr 2021

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Prof. John Marshall: "Clinical research in critical care: lessons from COVID-19"

Critical Care Global Grand Rounds

52mins

11 Apr 2021

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117: Find What Works For You In Game Development with John Marshall

GameDev.tv Community Podcast

This is the hundred and seventeenth episode of the GameDev.tv Community Podcast. John is a self-taught developer who decided to improve his skills he would make Kingdom Hearts 2 in Unreal. Listen in to him answering questions about his progress how it all started and the struggles he faces. We dive deep into how he learns unreal, what language he uses and how he solves problems.Complete Drawing Course: Create Video Game Concept Art:https://www.gamedev.tv/p/complete-drawing?coupon=85TIDIO&affcode=45216_dezckag6Unreal C++ Course:https://www.gamedev.tv/p/unreal-engine-c-developer-4-22-learn-c-and-make-video-games/?product_id=1319848&coupon_code=85TIDIO&affcode=45216_dezckag6Unreal VR Course:https://courses.gamedev.tv/p/unrealmultiplayer/?product_id=1319848&coupon_code=85TIDIO&affcode=45216_dezckag6Unreal Multiplayer Course:https://courses.gamedev.tv/p/unrealvr/?product_id=1319848&coupon_code=85TIDIO &affcode=45216_dezckag6Unity 3D Course:https://courses.gamedev.tv/p/complete-unity-developer-3d/?product_id=1319848&coupon_code=85TIDIO&affcode=45216_dezckag6Unity 2D Course:https://courses.gamedev.tv/p/complete-unity-developer-2d/?product_id=1319848&coupon_code=85TIDIO&affcode=45216_dezckag6Blender Course:https://www.gamedev.tv/p/blender/?product_id=1319848&coupon_code=85TIDIO&affcode=45216_dezckag6Blender Character Course:https://www.gamedev.tv/p/blender-character-creator-2/?product_id=1319848&coupon_code=85TIDIO&affcode=45216_dezckag6Math For Games Course:https://courses.gamedev.tv/p/math-for-games/?product_id=1319848&coupon_code=85TIDIO&affcode=45216_dezckag6Unreal Cinematic Course:https://courses.gamedev.tv/p/unreal-cinematic/?product_id=1319848&coupon_code=85TIDIO&affcode=45216_dezckag6GameDev.tv Official PodcastEnjoy the Podcast!Support the show (https://www.gamedev.tv/p/complete-unity-developer-3d/?product_id=1319848&coupon_code=The_K_B&affcode=45216_dezckag6)

59mins

7 Apr 2021

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Episode 64: The Jurisprudence of John Marshall w/Richard Brookhiser

In The Trenches Podcast

In this episode, Seth interviews Richard Brookhiser on the life and jurisprudence of Chief Justice John Marshall. Enjoy!

35mins

31 Mar 2021

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#223: John Marshall's Full Legacy (Robert Strauss)

Politics and Polls

John Marshall may be one of the most influential founders to never become President. As an early chief justice, he was a principal founder of the U.S. system of constitutional law. But more than that, his story is entwined with the entire founding of America. In this episode, Sam Wang discusses Marshall's legacy with historian and author Robert Strauss. The pair go into great detail on the American issues Marshall helped to shape, which is the subject of a new book by Strauss titled “John Marshall: The Final Founder.”

41mins

11 Mar 2021

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95. How To Give Orphaned Girls A Future With John Marshall

Around The World With The Archibald Project

In many countries orphaned girls are some of the most vulnerable members of society. Then, once they age out of care they are opened up to a whole new world of dangers with no family or knowledge of how to navigate life and stay safe. Our friend John Marshall saw this problem and decided to tackle it by providing a quality, free college education for these girls. You have to listen to this podcast and learn more about how Teach Her is changing lives.

41mins

10 Mar 2021

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