EP167: How to Create Digital Cash Envelopes with Ryan Clark
Have you ever tried using cash envelopes but realized it wasn't a lot of fun? You know...carrying around envelopes full of cash at the grocery store or pulling out that sexy envelope container at dinner with friends? Well, what if there was a way to use cash envelopes 100% electronically AND still having the same results of curbing the overspending? Today on the show, I am bringing on founder of Qube Money, Ryan Clark, to explain how Qube allows you to use digital envelopes to help you manage your money. IT'S REALLY REALLY COOL!* Qube Money Learn more about Qube Money here. Thanks so much for listening to the show and if you feel the content of this podcast was helpful, please subscribe and leave a review! ** Today's show was brought to you by OneAZ Credit Union — my very own credit union I have been proud a member of since 2011. If you live in Arizona and are looking for a large credit union with a local, customer-focused feel for your personal or business banking needs, look no further than OneAZ Credit Union. All the show notes, links and anything I mentioned can be found at https://www.moneypeach.com/session167
Locked On LSU - Daily Podcast On LSU Tigers Football & Basketball
LSU landed a big piece in its secondary this week when Major Burns signed with the Tigers. Former Tiger Ryan Clark has worked with Burns for years and joined the show to give us a breakdown of the newest Tiger and how he fits in 2021. We also discuss with RC the safety position including the three incoming freshmen and Jay Ward moving from cornerback. And the baseball Tigers are in College Station for the final weekend series of the regular season. We preview Game 1 and the series. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
LSU-Southern Recap | Ryan Clark Draft Recap | Orgeron Draft Recap
Locked On LSU - Daily Podcast On LSU Tigers Football & Basketball
LSU maintains its perfect record in midweek games this season, defeating Southern 10-2 Monday. We recap the game and look at the week ahead for the Tigers. We also recap the Draft with former LSU Tiger Ryan Clark and get Ed Orgeron's thoughts as well. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Fight to the Finish. Special Guests: Jeff Tiegs and Ryan Clark (Part 2)
The Victor Marx Podcast
In Part 2 of this episode, Victor and All Things Possible COO Jeff Tiegs continue their discussion with jiu jitsu expert and instructor Ryan Clark, owner of Clark’s University martial arts center in Oregon. Ryan shares how he deals with the life-threatening diagnosis of multiple sclerosis — the disease that led to his mother’s death — and, more recently, the toll the pandemic took on his business and students. The men discuss the power of breathing in an uncomfortable situation to diffuse panic and overcome escape mode, as well as the importance of fellowship among trustworthy supporters. Some practical tips are shared, so be sure to tune in!Connect with us at:VictorMarx.comFacebookInstagramTwitter See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Fight to the Finish. Special Guests: Jeff Tiegs and Ryan Clark (Part 1)
The Victor Marx Podcast
In this episode, Victor and All Things Possible COO Jeff Tiegs talk with jiu jitsu expert and instructor Ryan Clark, owner of Clark’s University martial arts center in Bend, Oregon. Not only is Ryan a warrior on the mat, but he also has learned to be one in life, after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis two years ago. He was no stranger to the debilitating disease due to his mother’s battle with it until her death in 2012. His initial disbelief and grief turned to motivation and has made him virtually unstoppable. If you’re a martial arts fan or just struggling with your own tough challenge, this one’s for you!Connect with us at:VictorMarx.comFacebookInstagramTwitter See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Demon Hunter frontman Ryan Clark is our guest this week! We talk about the journey of creating acoustic versions of classic Demon Hunter tracks for their new album, Songs of Death and Resurrection, which track was hardest for him to convert from heavy to acoustic, how an acoustic livestream concert went from an afterthought to a very successful event, which song they'll play acoustically going forward even at regular shows, and his thoughts on the silly tradition of encores. We also talk about Ryan's career as a visual artist: his recently published book of the cover artwork he's done for bands over the last 20 years, whether he needs to hear a band's music before creating artwork for them, why self-titled album covers have always been the most difficult, and being tasked with the album art for the 30th anniversary edition of the Alice in Chains' classic, Facelift. Petar and Brandon discuss Mike Portnoy’s opinion that Neil Peart was a better drummer than John Bonham, Rob Zombie’s comments on his latest album title's meaning, and us loving that August Burns Red’s music was used as a torture device on NCIS: Los Angeles. Thanks to this episode's sponsor, The Punk Rock MBA Podcast! Songs: Demon Hunter - “Loneliness (Resurrected)," Conan - “Satsumo” (Live), Greenleaf - “Tides”
Ryan Clark: Keep your hair, ruin your life -- how the hair growth medication Propecia broke his body: Post Finasteride Syndrome
Medical Error Interviews
Ryan Clark had it all. Successful career. Great relationships. Healthy body. When Ryan noticed a bit of hair loss, like many men, he took a common medication known as Propecia to promote hair growth. Unbeknownst to Ryan, Propecia can cause post-finasteride syndrome - causing sexual, neurological, physical and cognitive adverse reactions - it is a condition with no known cure and few, if any, effective treatments. In the ensuing years, Ryan’s body started to break down and unfamiliar and confusing symptoms manifested: anxiety, trouble sleeping, erectile dysfunction and memory problems. But his doctors were not making the connection between Ryan’s symptoms and the hair growth medication -- even after Ryan developed testicular cancer -- very few physicians are even aware of post finasteride syndrome. In our interview Ryan shares the heartbreaking losses he’s suffered to his health, his relationships and his career as a direct result of the medication -- and Ryan shares about how he’s finding meaning in helping and supporting other men who’ve had their lives ruined by a medication the health care system fails to recognize, let alone treat. Connect with Ryan Clark https://twitter.com/RyanCla64726007 https://www.facebook.com/ryan.clark.589583 https://www.propeciahelp.com/ Be a podcast patron Support Medical Error Interviews on Patreon by becoming a Patron for $2 / month for audio versions. Premium Patrons get access to video versions of podcasts for $5 / month. Be my Guest I am always looking for guests to share their medical error experiences so we help bring awareness and make patients safer. If you are a survivor, a victim’s surviving family member, a health care worker, advocate, researcher or policy maker and you would like to share your experiences, please send me an email with a brief description: RemediesPodcast@gmail.com Need a Counsellor? Like me, many of my clients at Remedies Counseling have experienced the often devastating effects of medical error. If you need a counsellor for your experience with medical error, or living with a chronic illness(es), I offer online video counseling appointments. **For my health and life balance, I limit my number of counseling clients.** Email me to learn more or book an appointment: RemediesOnlineCounseling@gmail.com Scott Simpson: Counsellor + Patient Advocate + (former) Triathlete I am a counsellor, patient advocate, and - before I became sick and disabled - a passionate triathlete. Work hard. Train hard. Rest hard. I have been living with HIV since 1998. I was the first person living with HIV to compete at the triathlon world championships. Thanks to research and access to medications, HIV is not a problem in my life. I have been living with ME (myalgic encephalomyelitis) since 2012, and thanks in part to medical error, it is a big problem in my life. Counseling / Research I first became aware of the ubiquitousness of medical error during a decade of community based research working with the HIV Prevention Lab at Ryerson University, where I co-authored two research papers on a counseling intervention for people living with HIV, here and here. Patient participants would often report varying degrees of medical neglect, error and harms as part of their counseling sessions. Patient Advocacy I am co-founder of the ME patient advocacy non-profit Millions Missing Canada, and on the Executive Committee of the Interdisciplinary Canadian Collaborative Myalgic Encephalomyelitis Research Network. I am also a patient advisor for Health Quality Ontario’s Patient and Family Advisory Council, and member of Patients for Patient Safety Canada. Medical Error Interviews podcast and vidcast emerged to give voice to victims, witnesses and participants in this hidden epidemic so we can create change toward a safer health care system. My golden retriever Gladys is a constant source of love and joy. I hope to be well enough again one day to race triathlons again. Or even shovel the snow off the sidewalk.
Softy and Dick H1 - Anniversary of SB XLVIII / Ryan Clark on Kraken, NHL & NBA? / Shane Waldron press conference
Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain
It's the seven-year anniversary of Seahawks 43 - Broncos 8 in Super Bowl XLVIII and Softy and Dick give their memories of the game and celebration. Ryan Clark of The Athletic on if the NBA joining NHL in Seattle soon? Story in The Athletic about NHL ownership groups’ efforts to get an NBA expansion team, Seattle’s passion for the NHL already compared to Colorado’s for the Avalanche, how to prepare for expansion draft, Head Coach hiring timing? And we hear from new Seahawks offensive coordinator Shane Waldron.