Today, we're joined by the two titans of Florida Gators sports talk in Steve Russell of ESPN Gainesville WRUF and a Wednesday edition of our #TuesdayWithBuddy as Buddy Martin joins us to go over Southeastern Conference baseball, softball, and of course the incredible run by Florida Gators Tennis.
#431 Student-Led Sustainability Action Planning with Victoria Castor & Steve Russell
GovLove - A Podcast About Local Government
Students helping cities. Victoria Caster, Water Conservation and Sustainability Coordinator at the City of Peoria, AZ, and Steve Russell, Program Manager of Project Cities at Arizona State University, joined the podcast to talk about student-led sustainability plans. They discussed projects that students with Project Cities have completed, like in the City of Peoria, and the impact of those projects on the communities they worked with. They shared how communities in Arizona could partner with Project Cities and how cities across the nation can partner with EPIC-N to bring students into their organization. Host: Javon Davis
Today on PodUp with Matthews in the Morning, Shane is joined by the Dean of Sports Talk in Gainesville, Steve Russell. Steve Russell has been the Sports Director of ESPN Gainesville WRUF since 1998 and also serves as the Sports Director for WUFT-TV.
Today on PodUp with Matthews in the Morning, Shane is joined by Steve Russell. Steve Russell has been the Sports Director of ESPN Gainesville WRUF since 1998 and also serves as the Sports Director for WUFT-TV.
How can Transactional Analysis help improve behaviour and wellbeing? | Steve Russell
Pooky Ponders – Big Questions with Brilliant People
Today’s question is: “How can Transactional Analysis help improve behaviour and wellbeing?”I’m in conversation with Steve Russell. Steve is passionate about helping people draw out the best in themselves and those they teach/support/lead. His belief in the transformative power of education sees him spending much of his time coming alongside teachers, leaders and pupils to upskill and empower them. LINKS:Website: http://beyondbehaviour.co.ukLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/steve-russell-771a8950/Twitter: https://twitter.com/beyondbehaviour If you enjoy listening to this episode, please take a moment to share it with your network and to leave a review for the show on apple podcasts – this increases visibility of the show so that more people can discover and learn from it. You can connect with Pooky on: Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/pookyhTwitter: https://twitter.com/pookyhLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pooky/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pookyh/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pookyh
Season 2, Episode 16 LIVE webinar with Mary Meredith and Steve Russell
Trauma Resonance Resilience
In conversation with Lisa Cherry, Mary and Steve on Returning To School From A Trauma Perspective. What might this look like? How will pupils, families, staff and communities have changed post Covid 19? In this conversation we focus on relationships, connection, transitions and community.Maryhttps://marymered.wordpress.com/2020/04/14/five-ways-to-help-children-heal-when-schools-reopen/https://twitter.com/marymeredStevehttp://beyondbehaviour.co.uk/https://twitter.com/beyondbehaviour#Lisahttps://twitter.com/_LisaCherryhttps://www.lisacherry.co.uk/
BernardBergan.com Presents | The Veterans Leadership Blog Podcast
Steve Russell, a native Oklahoman, graduated from Del City High School as class president and was voted "most likely to succeed." He earned a degree in public speaking from Ouachita Baptist University and completed the Army ROTC program. Steve Russell was then commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant-Army Infantry, which began his 21-year career in the U. S. Army. He completed the rigorous U.S. Army Ranger School in Class 11-87.Steve Russell commanded the 1st Battalion, 22nd Infantry and conducted combat in Tikrit, Iraq. His unit played a key role in the capture of Saddam Hussein, which is documented in his book, We Got Him! A Memoir of the Hunt and Capture of Saddam Hussein. Steve Russell is the founder and owner of Two Rivers Arms , a small rifle manufacturing business, and was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 2014 where he continues to serve today.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vetleadblog/support
Creating Joy in Church Service | How I Lead: Steve Russell
Leading Saints Podcast
Steve Russell, of Lehi Utah, practices law in Salt Lake City and is a graduate of the BYU’s J. Reuben Clark Law School. Steve completed an honorable mission in Bolivia and married a returned missionary. He and his wife Janice are the parents of eight children and he has served in many church callings: counselor, teacher, high councilor, youth choir/orchestra leader, family history consultant and as bishop in Tooele, Utah. Among the family traditions in the Russell household is the annual celebration of the Passover during the Easter season. At the time of his conversion to the Church in 1982, Brother Russell was a 22-year old jazz musician in Southern California. He was experiencing a season of serious contemplation about influential people and the nature of God when missionaries knocked on his door. Through faithful study, prayer and participation he felt the light of the Lord enter his life, obtained a fervent testimony of the Book of Mormon and came to realize how someone can declare “I know” when speaking of spiritual convictions. When asked about milestones or turning points in his spiritual life, Steve references attending his first post-mission general conference where he was privileged to hear the stirring final testimony of the late Elder Bruce R. McConkie in 1985.(1) Brother Russell has an abiding testimony of the “commitment pattern.” He knows from personal experience and from serving as a bishop how vital it is to strive for personal purity by overcoming one’s sins, beginning with the most serious, and making definitive commitments to God through fervent prayer and “reporting back” to the Lord. This same pattern will help serious-minded Saints in dealing with a variety of challenges, including such things as compulsive behaviors (e.g. pornography, overeating, anger, etc.). He referenced pertinent and meaningful talks by President Spencer W. Kimball (2) and Elder David A. Bednar (3) on this same subject. Brother Russell asserts that Church leaders at any level must study the relevant handbooks and learn to love, serve and lead with the help of God through mighty prayer. His experience is that there are many Church members who love deeply and desire to be valuable servants in the Kingdom. Serving and leading have helped Brother Russel appreciate the many blessings afforded by the gospel of Jesus Christ, especially the power of the Atonement. Five Principle of Leadership: Assume the best in the people serving. Don’t judge people by outward appearances, be they youth or adults. Find ways to connect with them and allow them to experience growth. (29:05) Every person has a unique perspective. Build on their strengths and do not make them feel inadequate. (30:35) Every person has something to offer. Don’t try to control circumstances to the point of stifling contributions. This occasionally happens in gospel classes. Consider their various contributions seriously, even if the meaning is not clear on the surface. Appreciate their courage in contributing. (32:05) Remember to discover and create joy in church service. It’s counterproductive to be stressed in church work. Leaders should seek to make serving joyful and/or fun. (34:10) If you are not loving those you serve, repeat steps one through four, above. (36:44)Links: “The Purifying Power of Gethsemane,” Elder Bruce R. McConkie, April 1985 "Converted Unto the Lord," Elder David A. Bednar, October 2012 Youtube Links: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I2v5K40Jghw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_kfTZTJ2J4I https://vimeo.com/136479141 https://youtu.be/rdjH_-SyJY8