2/9/21: Jay Johnson, Kevin Singleton and Grayson Stovall
Arizona baseball coach Jay Johnson previews the season, remembers Pedro Gomez, and dishes on a collaboration with Jedd Fisch. Former UA linebacker and Tempe McClintock defensive coordinator Kevin Singleton discusses the letter sent to him by Fisch, and the future of Wildcat football. And Chandler Hamilton's Grayson Stovall, Fisch's first 2022 commit, tells us why he picked the Wildcats. Also, our thoughts on Sean Miller's future, and the women's basketball team's domination of the Ducks.
Can Behavioral Intelligence lead to Collaboration With Jay Johnson
EI Cafe with Azeem
When individuals work together openly, processes and goals become more aligned, leading the group towards a higher success rate of achieving a common goal. Collaboration spurs creativity, improves productivity, and increases employee satisfaction. Your behavioral intelligence is vital to collaborate more. Your Emotions influences your behaviours. And your behaviors becomes your habit. Build your understanding of others behaviors to collaborate more effectively. Jay Johnson- CEO of COEUS creative Group, believes that behavior is the core of all success and failure. when people and organizations become successful when they improve their behavioral intelligence. Press that play button to check in to the café & listen to tips & technique to increase your behavioral intelligence
Lauren Bolden from Pie Bar and Jay Johnson from Vulcan Engraving
Cherokee Business Radio
Lauren Bolden, Owner of Pie Bar and Pie Povisions Connecting with customers and becoming a part of the community, Lauren Bolden is a self-taught pie baker that has spent the past six years working to spread joy through pie. Connect with Lauren on LinkedIn and follow Pie Bar on Facebook. […]The post Lauren Bolden from Pie Bar and Jay Johnson from Vulcan Engraving appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
The Wildcast, Episode 318: Arizona pitcher Mariah Lopez previews softball season; Jay Johnson eager for UA baseball to compete again
It's been nearly an entire year since the last time the Arizona Wildcats softball and baseball teams took the field for a game, before the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered the 2020 season. With the spring sports season underway, the Star's Justin Spears and Alec White are joined by UA baseball coach Jay Johnson to discuss season expectations, personnel depth, pitching improvement and remembering the late MLB reporter Pedro Gomez, who died earlier this week. As the UA softball team prepares for its season-opening weekend next week in Tucson, pitcher Mariah Lopez joins the podcast to share her thoughts on the season and the uber-talented third-ranked Wildcats.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What an amazing podcast with the wonderful Jay Johnson!!! We talk about her past and how it has shaped who she is today, dive into CrossFit and weightlifting, then we take a turn into religion, spirituality and just LIFE and LOVE. Hope you guys enjoy this, both me and Noah agree this was one of the best experiences we have had doing this podcast. Much love to Jay and her journey! You can find her on Instagram @iam__jayjohson
The impacts of being told that you were adopted late in life are far reaching. One Late Discovery Adoptee (LDA) says "It feels like a cruel joke. Finding out that you are adopted late in life destroys part of your identity and turns your life upside down." Some parents think they are protecting their child by not telling them. However, finding out as an adult is undoubtedly a shock and for many LDA's they can't help but wonder what else their parents' may have lied about? But Jay sees it differently. He explains how he differentiates a secret versus a lie.