Behavior Bitches
Behavior Bitches
Aug 17, 2020
Behaviorally Breaking Down How to Fall Asleep: Dr. Keira Moore, BCBA-D
Play episode · 1 hr 11 min

On episode 62, we bring on Dr. Keira Moore from Moore Behavior Consulting to talk all about sleep issues. Keira heard about us from her students and listened to our sleep episode and reached out to us and said we need some help, in the nicest possible way. She shared with us her approach to treating sleep issues as a BCBA-D. This chick knows what’s up when it comes to sleep and challenging behaviors. She has literally focused her entire career around the assessment and treatment of sleep problems. If you need hints on how the F to get your child to sleep or need advice for yourself (like Liat did), Tune the F in or miss the F out.

Episode Show notes:

https://moorebehaviorconsulting.com/
https://moorebehaviorconsulting.com/services/for-parents-and-families/

The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health
The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health
Peter Shankman
How to Plant a Garden that Works for You w/ Coach Tony Taylor
Coach Tony has studied Psychology, Clinical Counseling, Ontology, Spirituality, is a certified Gallup Strengths Coach and has a Master’s in Business Administration. He owns several small businesses and is committed to making a difference in the lives of others. Coach Tony believes that transformation is available to anyone that is willing to put in the work. For more information on Coach Tony or to book an appointment or speaking engagement with him, please email him directly at: Tony@CoachTony.life or his website: www.CoachTony.life Today we’re talking about how to plant cabbage- if you happen to like cabbage, his ADHD, how and why he is a happy and successful coach who’s constantly helping others. Enjoy! ***CORONA VIRUS EDITION*** In this episode Peter & Coach Tony Taylor discuss: 1:05- Intro and welcome Coach Tony! 1:40- Tell us about how you got your start, why you love helping other people- what’s your story? 2:55- On how having a faster than normal brain helps, and how it can not help us if we don’t do the work. 4:20- On setting boundaries and sticking to a list/accountability ref: Meditation for Dummies 5:17- How do you meditate when the ADHD does’t shut off? 6:08- Does cardio still work for your ADHD brain? How does mental conditioning work for you? 8:08- On playing the tape forward/setting yourself up for success 8:28- What are some of the biggest challenges you’ve witnessed via coaching during COVID-19? 10:10- On helping to teach people the only thing we can control is how we’re responding to life 10:50- On the concept of “forward motion is thrilling”. Ref: Seth Godin interview on FTN 12:15- On making the best out of the cards your dealt 13:03- How do you align your thoughts with what you’re creating and doing in the world. Ref: Mind Your Garden: The seeds you plant today become the realities of tomorrow (Live YOUR life!) 14:14- If you don’t like cabbage, don’t plant cabbage! 15:20- How can people find you? Website at www.coachtony.life @tonyblisstaylor on: Twitter coach_tonytaylor on INSTA and CoachTonyTaylor on Facebook or via email: tony@coachtony.life 13:30- Thank you Tony! And thank YOU for subscribing, reviewing and listening. Your reviews are working! Even if you’ve reviewed us before, would you please write even a short one for this episode? Each review that you post helps to ensure that word will continue to spread, and that we will all be able to reach & help more people! You can always reach me via peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterThanNormal on all of the socials. STAY HEALTHY - STAY SAFE - PLEASE WEAR YOUR MASK.. until next time! 16:07- Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits As always, leave us a comment below and please drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven’t already! As you know, the more reviews we get, the more people we can reach. Help us to show the world that ADHD is a gift, not a curse! Do you know of anyone you think should be on the FTN podcast? Shoot us a note, we’d love to hear! We have a new sister video cast called 20MinutesInLockdown! A video podcast devoted to learning fascinating lessons from interesting humans all around the world, all in 20 minutes or less! 20 Minutes in Lockdown was born in early April of 2020, when we were in fact, in lockdown, and couldn’t do much of anything. Realizing that more than ever, people could benefit from learning from people outside of their comfort zone – people with interesting stories to tell, people with good advice, people with useful ideas that could help improve lives, we started hosting short Facebook video interviews, and we grew from there. (Plus, you can actually see my hair colors change before your very eyes!) Check it out: www.20MinutesInLockdown.com TRANSCRIPT: Hey guys, Peter, Shankman welcome to episode two, zero one, the 201st episode of Faster Than Normal. I'm thrilled to have you here. If you missed episode 200, go check it out. It taught me why we take risks, why I like jumping out of airplanes, and I pretty much knew why I do stupid things sometimes, and I bet you're gonna fit right in and check it out. Episode 201. I can't believe we're at 2-0-1! [editors note: technically this is episode 202, we don’t always air in-sequence]. Our guest today, Tony, you're the first person in the, I guess the two's, but isn't 200. So welcome. Hey, thanks. I'm excited to be here. Got it. Coach Tony, just going by coach Tom coach. Tony has studied psychology clinical counseling, ontology spirituality. He's a certified Gallop strength, strength coach, and has a master's in business administration. You know, in several small businesses, he committed to making a difference in the lives of others. He believed the transformation is available. Anyone willing to put in the work, which when you're ADHD, you don't really have a choice. Welcome to the show. It's good to have you tell us about you. How did you discover that you liked helping other people? How, tell us about your background. How did you start the whole story? Well, you know, coming through, um, a background of adversity, um, single parents, Abandonment from my father, child abuse. I really learned that I had to fight for what I wanted in life. And. I also learned that a life of contribution is the only fulfillment that satisfies me. Um, I created businesses and made money and went after the material realm and it just was empty and meaningless. And when I started coaching and I focused on helping other people achieve the breakthrough of their glass ceiling and getting a life that they love. It became a life that I can't retire from. You know, I say that when I started coaching, uh, six years ago that I officially retired from working because I worked seven days a week. Um, I have a lot of fun things going on and it's all around being a contribution to peace. Awesome. Do you find, I find that that when I help, it just makes for better life. Everything just becomes better when you're health. Well, and I mean, with the faster than normal brain taking the thoughts that I have and not giving them any energy, because I'm focusing on somebody else and what they're up to. It's relaxing. So tell us about, about that. So you coach people. So, so as ADHD and, and, and yourself and the whole thing, and having the festival brain talk about sort of the top, let's go with the top five things. And let's let's let's let's let's look at it from a negative perspective. What are the top five things that people that ESG or neurodiversity continually do to themselves that hurts them, that prevents them from moving forward? Well, I think, um, Addictive addictive behavior and certain addictions can get in the way. Um, I know I can find myself and have found myself in the past trapped in like a vicious circle of doing things that I know are good for me, but I need something to give that adrenaline or that boost to keep going. Um, you talk a lot about, uh, adrenaline junkie, right? Like I think that. Can be a negative, but also I think that is what empowered me to write, illustrate and publish a book in six months. So it's honing in that energy to do what you're up to instead of. I'm letting it get carried away and run yourself over. Um, yeah. Yeah. So I think that's a big thing. Um, I need a lot of boundaries and a schedule to follow, um, and it's not necessarily of listening to my faster than normal brain. It's doing what's on the list. No matter if I feel like doing it or not. Um, and being accountable to yourself and really holding yourself accountable to that schedule, um, has helped me out a ton. I have to get in cardio, um, because I have additional energy and if I don't use it in that kind of realm, um, it will sneak up and get in my way of being productive. Um, I'm a huge fan of meditation. Um, Stephan BoDean has a book meditation for dummies…
17 min
Strange Animals Podcast
Strange Animals Podcast
Katherine Shaw
Episode 194: The Dover Demon
It's almost Halloween, and time for another spooky episode! Thanks to Pranav for the suggestion! You still have time to enter the book giveaway contest, deadline October 31, 2020 at midnight! Details are here. There are also links on that page to look at the books if you want to order copies. You know, just in case. I was a guest cohost on the Varmints! podcast again, and this time we talked about ticks! Listen here if you don't already subscribe (but you should totally subscribe). Further reading: The Demon of Dover Decades later, the Dover Demon still haunts Bill Bartlett's drawings and painting:   John Baxter's drawing: A baby moose (and mama moose): A sad mangy bear: An orangutan with cheek pads (a sign of a dominant male): The sad mangy bear photo side by side with the (flipped) drawing of the Dover demon: Without much hair on the feet, a bear's claws might make the digits look elongated: At night and at certain angles, a bear's ears may not be very visible (also note eyeshine): Show transcript: Welcome to Strange Animals Podcast. I’m your host, Kate Shaw. It’s almost Halloween and I’m really excited, because we’re going to talk about a spooky encounter with a mystery creature called the Dover Demon. It’s a suggestion by Pranav that seemed perfect for monster month. First, though, I was a guest cohost on Varmints! podcast again last week, and we talked about ticks! It’s a really funny episode so you should totally go listen to it. I’ve put a link in the show notes. You really should subscribe to the podcast, though, because all the episodes are fun and informative! Dover, Massachusetts is a small town in northeastern North America, only about 15 miles from the city of Boston. Currently just over 6,000 people live there, up from about 5,000 people in 1977. It’s an affluent town with good schools, a small museum, and a number of historic homes. But it’s most well known for something weird that happened over forty years ago. On the night of April 21, 1977, three seventeen-year-old boys were driving along Farm Street on the outskirts of town. Bill Bartlett was driving with his friends Mike and Andy in the car with him. This was long before the internet or video games or even cable TV were invented, so they were just driving around and talking since they had nothing better to do. It was a Thursday night and cooling down after an unusually warm day for late April in that part of North America. Around 10:30pm, as they passed along a low stone wall on the left side of the road, Bill noticed an animal of some kind climbing on the stones. He thought it was a dog or even a cat at first, but then the car’s headlights lit it up. Bill saw the creature turn its head and stare into the light. The creature was definitely not a dog. It had big round eyes that shone like orange marbles, as Bill described it later. He estimated it would have been four feet tall if it had been standing upright, or 122 cm. It had peach-colored skin that looked like it might have a rough texture, which Bill later described as looking like wet sandpaper or a shark’s skin. Its body was thin, its arms and legs were very long and thin, and it had a thin neck. But its head was oversized and oddly shaped. Bill described it as shaped like a melon, but to me it always sounds more like Snoopy the dog’s head. You know, Snoopy has a round head and a big oblong nose in comparison to a little body. But this creature wasn’t a cartoon character, it was real. Bill said it had long, thin fingers and toes that it wrapped around the rocks as it climbed over them. But while it did have those big glowing eyes, it didn’t appear to have ears, nose, or mouth. The other two boys in the car were talking and didn’t notice the creature as the car passed it going somewhere around 45 mph, or 72 km/h. Bill was naturally freaked out and after about three quarters of a mile,
31 min
The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria
The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria
Matt Cicoria
What is Oppositional Defiant Disorder? Session 134 with Amelia Bowler
Amelia Bowler, author of The Parent's Guide to Oppositional Defiant Disorder: Your Questions Answered, joins me in Session 134 to talk about her work and personal experiences in supporting individuals with ODD. In this podcast, Amelia demystifies the term ODD and distinguishes it from other emotional/behavioral disorders. She also discusses the importance of developing relationships with individuals with ODD prior to applying first/then or if/then contingencies. We finish the show by discussing some strategies that may be more successful for individuals with ODD, as well as provide suggestions for further reading. Here are the links to the resources that were discussed: * Amelia's aforementioned book*. * Amelia's website, AmeliaBehaviour.com. * ADHD Does Not Exist: The Truth About Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder*, by Richard Saul. * Patterson (1982). Coercive Family Process*. * Russell Barkley website (ADHD resource). * Emotion Coaching (Gottman Institute). * Optimistic Parenting* by Mark Durand. * Neurotribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity* by Steve Silberman. * Ross Greene's appearance on The Controversial Exchange. * Additude.com (ADHD resource site). * Tiltparenting.com (another parenting website). * Mona Delahooke (another blog/popular press resource, the book Amelia mentioned here*). * Rundown of the Stillface Experiment (short video here). Session 134 is brought to you by the following sponsors: * Behavior University. Their mission is to provide university quality professional development for the busy Behavior Analyst. Learn about their CEU offerings, including their brand new 8-hour Supervision Course, as well as their RBT offerings over at behavioruniversity.com/observations. * Gateway Learning Group, and their Autism Leadership Academy. Designed for new Regional Directors, the Autism Leadership Academy develops motivated BCBAs into successful leaders in the autism field. If you’re interested in running your own regional center and want to learn the skills to do so successfully, check out gatewaylg.com/BOP. * Market Your ABA Practice Like a Pro: A Digital Marketing Masterclass with Rich Brooks. That's right, our favorite marketing guru, Rich Brooks and I are teaming up for a fantastic learning opportunity. During this event, you'll discover marketing strategies that will allow you to get your ABA practice get in front of ideal stakeholders. Rich and I are still working out the details and I'll have a site to direct you to shortly. What I can tell you is that you're going to want to block off some time on November 9th. *denotes Amazon Affiliate link
1 hr 11 min
The Research Like a Pro Genealogy Podcast
The Research Like a Pro Genealogy Podcast
Nicole Dyer
RLP 119: Revisiting Research Reports
Today's episode of Research Like a Pro is about how to write a research report after your have completed your research plan. Typically a client report is about research in progress. You discuss what was found in the amount of time that was allotted. A report for yourself can be similar. Discuss the starting objective and what was known, then go through the searches that were performed and what was found. Join us as we discuss how to begin, what voice to use, the major sections of the report, adding tables and footnotes, and more. We have enjoyed revisiting the research like a pro steps with you! We hope you will write a report about your research to help you remember what you found. Links Research Like a Pro Part 6: Write it Up RLP 104: Research Reports – Certification Preparation RLP 89: DNA Report Writing RLP 59: Writing As You Research RLP 9: Report Writing Research Like a Pro eCourse Study Group - more information and email list Research Like a Pro: A Genealogist's Guide by Diana Elder with Nicole Dyer on Amazon.com Thank you Thanks for listening! We hope that you will share your thoughts about our podcast and help us out by doing the following: Share an honest review on iTunes or Stitcher. You can easily write a review with Stitcher, without creating an account. Just scroll to the bottom of the page and click "write a review." You simply provide a nickname and an email address that will not be published. We value your feedback and your ratings really help this podcast reach others. If you leave a review, we will read it on the podcast and answer any questions that you bring up in your review. Thank you! Leave a comment in the comment or question in the comment section below. Share the episode on Twitter, Facebook, or Pinterest. Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, or your favorite podcast app. Sign up for our newsletter to receive notifications of new episodes. Check out this list of genealogy podcasts from Feedspot: Top 20 Genealogy Podcasts
51 min
Encyclopedia Womannica
Encyclopedia Womannica
Wonder Media Network
Politicians: Charlene Mitchell
Every weekday, listeners explore the trials, tragedies, and triumphs of groundbreaking women throughout history who have dramatically shaped the world around us. In each 5 minute episode, we’ll dive into the story behind one woman listeners may or may not know -- but definitely should. These diverse women from across space and time are grouped into easily accessible and engaging monthly themes like Leading Ladies, Activists, STEMinists, Hometown Heroes, and many more. Encyclopedia Womannica is hosted by WMN co-founder and award-winning journalist Jenny Kaplan. The bite-sized episodes pack painstakingly researched content into fun, entertaining, and addictive daily adventures. Encyclopedia Womannica was created by Liz Kaplan and Jenny Kaplan, executive produced by Jenny Kaplan, and produced by Liz Smith, Cinthia Pimentel, Grace Lynch, and Maddy Foley. Special thanks to Shira Atkins, Edie Allard, Luisa Garbowit, and Carmen Borca-Carrillo. We are offering free ad space on Wonder Media Network shows to organizations working towards social justice. For more information, please email Jenny at jenny@wondermedianetwork.com. The 2020 election will be here before we know it, and we want to make sure every eligible voter has the information they need to register to vote and to cast a ballot. WMN is teaming up with Rock the Vote to help you register and to make sure you have the resources you need! Don’t wait until the last minute! Check out Rock the Vote’s resources now to make sure you’re ready and signed up to get any election-related updates at Rockthevote.org. We believe your voice is powerful! Did you know that you are the biggest influencer of your friends and family? It’s true. So take the time to talk with them about the importance of making sure their voter registration is up-to-date and share these resources with them. Together, we have the power to decide our future! Follow Wonder Media Network: * Website * Instagram * Twitter
6 min
Disrupt Yourself Podcast with Whitney Johnson
Disrupt Yourself Podcast with Whitney Johnson
Whitney Johnson
#186: Kara Goldin – Undaunted
My guest this episode Kara Goldin, is the CEO and founder of Hint, Inc., a healthy lifestyle brand based in the United States, in San Francisco, California. Kara is a textbook disruptor. Although she never intended to be an entrepreneur, she has become just that. On a quest to improve her own health, Kara was struck with the realization that her go-to beverage, was holding her back. This realization triggered an avalanche of ideas. Kara had identified how to improve her health and she charted a mission to do the same for others. Today Hint water is the number one flavored water in the U.S., generating more than $150 million in revenue / year. Kara started her career in sales at Time Magazine and CNN. She moved to AOL, where she served as the VP for E-Commerce and Shopping. In 2005, she founded Hint, Inc. At the time unsweetened flavored water wasn’t a thing. But that’s what disruption looks like–––you play where no one else is playing – and Kara does this so well. Kara has been widely recognized as a leading entrepreneur, being named one of Fast Company’s Most Creative People in Business; Fortune Magazine’s Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs, was selected as the EY Entrepreneur of the Year for Northern California. And she has a new book titled Undaunted: Overcoming Doubts and Doubters. Join us as Kara shares fascinating stories about her path to becoming an unexpected entrepreneur. For a complete transcript and links from this episode, please visit: http://www.whitneyjohnson.com/kara-goldin-undaunted/
40 min
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