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52. Take It All Just A Little Less Seriously w/ Megan & Alex Johnson

The Brewing Business Show

Alex is passionate about social and environmental innovation, hence founding The Disruption Society, a Motion Design & Animation Studio empowering businesses, social enterprises, and nonprofits dedicated to sustainable development and climate justice. He is a member of 1% for the Planet, the International Society of Sustainable Professionals, and co-leads the Midwest Chapter of Climate Designers.  Megan is a life coach, creative consultant, space holder, and speaker who helps high achieving visionaries as they rise as the leader of their own life. With a focus on self-trust, wholeness, and sovereign reclamation Megan coaches humans who are ready to hand back their limiting beliefs, stand in their power and reclaim the life of their dreams.


8 Apr 2021

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Georgia Lawsuit Update and Legal Q&A with Attorney Alex Johnson

Free Thought with Kilgore Rand

Streamed live on Mar 4, 2021. Tracy & Kilgore of I Do Not Comply sit down with constitutional attorney, Alex Johnson, of Bernard & Johnson, LLC to provide an update on our lawsuit against Governor Brian Kemp and his executive COVID orders.  Click here to donate to the GA Freedom Fund.

1hr 1min

23 Mar 2021

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Special Guest: Alex Johnson

Starting at Faith

Current professional basketball player Alex Johnson joins the podcast and discusses his relationship with God impacting his basketball career and life.Johnson has had a very successful 8 year professional career up to this point spending time in Canada, Romania, Chile, Ecuador and the NBA G-League. Through his many achievements and experiences on and off the court, he offers great information on the importance of keeping God involved in everything you do.


17 Mar 2021

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Alex Johnson: Reforming P.E. Class in Schools Today

Hillsdale College Classical Education Podcast

Alex Johnson, Athletic Director at Prescott Junior High (Modesto, CA), joins host Scot Bertram to discuss what a P.E. class should look like today, how to encourage students to be excited about physical education, and why the class should be a priority.


14 Mar 2021

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Talk Your Exposure - Season 2 Episode 4 - Featuring Pro Basketball Player - Alex Johnson

Talk Your Exposure

In episode 4 of Talk Your Exposure, we got to sit down with pro basketball player Alex Johnson to discuss the trials and tribulations he has faced as a basketball player, life as a married man, his acting skills and of course we capped it off with "in a perfect world". Tune in to listen to Alex's story! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/steven-korn/support

1hr 23mins

11 Mar 2021

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My St Albans – Matt Bigg talks to Alex Johnson

My St Albans

My St Albans - local people talking about their city. What they love, where they go, their hidden gems and their perfect St Albans day. They also get to pick the songs throughout the show. This show features Alex Johnson, local writer and journalist. His song choices include Country Roads by John Denver and Tracy [...]

11 Feb 2021

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My St Albans – Matt Bigg talks to Alex Johnson

Radio Verulam Podcasts

My St Albans - local people talking about their city. What they love, where they go, their hidden gems and their perfect St Albans day. They also get to pick the songs throughout the show. This show features Alex Johnson, local writer and journalist. His song choices include Country Roads by John Denver and Tracy [...]

11 Feb 2021

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3.3 Alex Johnson, Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions


Topics discussed in this episode include:Dr. Johnson’s introduction into the speech-language field, which was itself experiential, based on mentoring that stemmed from the 1970 Kent State shootings, his undergraduate college.A discussion followed of how he and the field embraced this experiential approach when he first went into academic leadership at the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit.  His department partnered with Case Western Reserve University to design a two-year clinical fellowship for its graduate students to develop strong competency in adult medical speech pathology. He also discussed how, before taking his graduate degrees, he worked in a public elementary school where he saw how speech pathology could interfere with learning, and how he took that with him into his later work with adults.Now, as Provost at MGHIHP, Dr. Johnson oversees programs with about 1600 students at all levels, including nursing - the first school to prepare nurse practitioners in the country – and now includes a variety of Certificates, Masters, and PhD programs.In all of these programs, Dr. Johnson emphasizes the comprehensive integration of experience, and not just the “nice option” that is “added on to undergraduate experiences” in some universities. In this way, he points out that while many citizens know about this training superficially from television, the details of a medical education in each program are the key to its success.A currently relevant conversation then developed on how Covid19 caused the shut-down of March 9th, 2020, prompting an rapid expansion of tele-health operations. Developing these experiences includes the hiring of actors to play the roles of patients, and that allows the opportunity to specifically design certain experiences with patients who may be angry or one who interrupt all the time et cettera.  While the use of actors as “standardized patients” has been around for a while, MGHIHP has expanded their use to other relevant patient scenarios, such as the need for the use of an interpreter where the mother of the child does not speak English.In conversation with the interviewer (a practicing speech pathologist herself), the point emerged that not only can we not just wait until the pandemic lifts, but that we must take the forced virtual learning as driving the development of new teaching modalities. One of them may be MGHIHP’s recent work with the Center for Medical Simulation that gives their students a head-start on what will be experienced at a clinical placement. That not only improves the student experience, but it reduces somewhat the instructional and management burden on the hospital or other entity that is supervising the student.Dr. Johnson emphasized the “light bulb” that comes on when the student has a good clinical experience, and he points out that when noticed by the supervisor, it often results in a job offer after graduation.  This benefit of experiential education is to both parties, and that is something that happens in experiential education broadly.  We podcasters agree that this conclusion makes MGHIHP worthy of study in general, beyond its role in the medical field.Resources Discussed in this Episode:MGH Institute of Health ProfessionsHarvard Center for Medical SimulationKent State ShootingsMusic Credits: C’est La Vie by Derek Clegg


26 Jan 2021

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Ep. 15 Catching Up w/ Alex Johnson


11/19/20 Recently I've been randomly talking to some old friends and its been great to see how their doing and talk about whatever we want. So, I'm starting a new series called Catching Up w/. On the second installment Catching Up w/, Alex Johnson joins me to discuss nature vs. nurture/fate vs. free will climate change, the college football season, the current state of our political world as a resident of nations capital and more. Enjoy!

1hr 7mins

23 Nov 2020

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#011 - Alex Johnson - Nature Cure & Osteopath

Body Mind Practice

Alex Johnson is a Nature Cure Health practitioner with a degree in Osteopathy and a deep understanding of Holistic health. He has developed a Heath Care approach that works in healing and empowering individuals. His knowledge and experience aids in helping support people to pursue their own health and longevity whilst stripping away everything that is blocking their true potential to live and thrive in the modern day. Alex is a registered member of the General Osteopathic Council, Institute of Classical Osteopathy, the Incorporated Society of Registered Naturopaths and the General Naturopathic Council. Alex shares great insights into his lifestyle and much more in a very powerful episode. NOTES __ Documentary - Big Little Farm - Trailer Vital Force Book - https://www.rajshreepatel.com/

1hr 40mins

2 Nov 2020