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Join the innovation adventure that spotlights MEP and the construction industry – advancements in technology, distinctive perspectives, the soft skills required for successful digital transformation, and stories about the problem-solving mindset that continues to shape this great industry and propel it forward. The Bridging the Gap Podcast gives voice to the incredible things happening in and around construction while championing the fact that this is a great industry to be in. The host, Tod ...
 
Bridging the Gap Podcast brings the latest research from sport psychology, exercise psychology, performance psychology and other fields straight to you from the authors behind the studies. Any research or information related to improving mental strength, team dynamics leadership and other topics involving the brain and performance, we cover it. We Bridge the Gap between the latest research and your knowledge.
 
"Bridging the Political Gap" originally was an 11 episode series on how to bridge the political divide our nation now faces. Based on lessons learned from the World War 2 Generation of leaders who created the American century. Leaders who made conscious decisions to look for the good in the people they worked with, to find common ground, put the country first, change with the times as needed and not question the motives of the folks they disagreed with. It was a philosophy of Governing that ...
 
KiDs Beach Club® is an innovative ministry established to mobilize the Church to go outside its walls to do a Beach Club in order to take the message of Christ into the heart of its community. In this podcast, KBC Founder Jack Terrell shares motives, ideas, and processes for the local church to foster positive relationships and establish ongoing partnerships between churches and schools to benefit the whole community.
 
Two seasoned sales leaders from the FinTech space, Jeff Underwood and Kord Stockwell, dive into the topic of authentic engagement and how it applies to all of the relationships in your life, and especially those you lead professionally. In this digital age where most leaders bark orders through email, we're interested in bringing REAL engagement back to the table. We hope you enjoy the interaction!
 
My name is Troy A. Burgher, the host of this show, and the Owner of TAB Training & Consulting, LLC.The vision of TAB Training & Consulting, LLC is to bridge the technology literacy gap. We specialize in working with community-based social-service organizations, religious institutions, and city-sponsored organizations to identify and address the computer and technology literacy needs of their respective community and of its residents. Most of the communities we serve are often economically di ...
 
Sharing the challenges and stories of fellow business owners! My guests are business owners (with a few exceptions!) at different stages in their career. We talk about what they are doing now, the challenges they faced to get here, their advice to aspiring or existing business owners and how they maintain their own health and well being. Everyone has a story to tell and it is inspiring to here from others and recognise that no-one's ride is smooth! I'm Debra Levitt - and I work with individu ...
 
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We start season 5 with a bonus two part series far from the topic of politics, Government or Richard Nixon. Though President Nixon did start NOAA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration which began the National Weather Service and Hurricane Tracking. A service that has saved thousands of lives and improved weather tracking and predicti…
 
If there are a hundred ways that something can go wrong on a project, there are now a thousand ways to fix it. So what’s best for you and your company? Join host Todd and guest Bob Armbrister as they discuss the benefits of technology adoption, the difference between adoption by field workers and every other department, how our choices now impact u…
 
When you picture modular construction, what comes to mind? Do you have some preconceived notions that should be challenged? Join host Todd and guest Chip Parsley as they discuss the ins and outs of modular construction, everything that goes into modular manufacturing, and how prefab saves time, money, and effort in the long run. TODD-TAKES We all n…
 
In our Season 4 finale we look at several of the initiatives that Richard Nixon began at the end of 1971 that we are still benefitting from or are impacted by today. In 1971 Richard Nixon changed the monetary system for the United States ending the Breton Woods system and taking the United States off the Gold Standard. It was a dramatic economic mo…
 
On January 6, 2021 a riot broke out in Washington D.C. at the United States Capitol. It was an angering sight to see and brought the functioning of the Capitol to a total standstill. The national media and the Democratic Party have tried very hard to put the blame on one man, Donald J. Trump, the 45th President of the United States. But I think I s…
 
In this episode, we cover two of President Nixon's major accomplishments; giving 18 year old citizens the right to vote and initiating the opening to China. First, we listen as Richard Nixon signs the 26th Amendment into law in front of a White House full of young people. Then we listen in on a call between Henry Kissinger and President Nixon on a …
 
Humans have fundamental ability and cognitive resources to learn new concepts and acquire new skills and knowledge, although this may not seem natural to most of us at first. The key is to understand how the brain works so we can harness its potential by developing and adopting learning techniques that are effective and more rewarding. In this epis…
 
It was the best of times and it was the worst of times. On June 12, 1971, the daughter of President and Mrs. Nixon, Tricia Nixon married Edward Cox at a White House ceremony in the Rose Garden. It was a wedding celebrated by not only the Nixon and Cox families but by the entire nation. President Nixon said of the day "It was a day we were all just …
 
HAPPY NEW YEAR 2022!!! In this episode we look back at 2021, a year of success here at "Bridging the Political Gap" and a year of sad farewells as we said good by to so many inspirational figures in our life from former Senator Bob Dole, to former Secretary of State George Shultz , to Former Senator John Warner, to the Mayor I served with through m…
 
In your experience, does construction have a PR problem? What can be done to fix that problem? Join roundtable speakers Todd Weyandt, Travis Voss, Brandon Patterson, and Adam Davis as they take a closer look at each major facet of the industry and discuss target audiences, the need to share success and growth stories, whether we need to have a “mas…
 
This episode begins just after President Nixon delivers his powerful speech going through the campaign in Laos and the advancements our side is making in extricating ourselves from the Vietnam War. It was a powerful moment for President Nixon. Recently, another documentary titled "Nixon at War" , attempted to smear President Nixon for his conduct o…
 
Our Host Randal Wallace appeared on the Radio show "Up With America with Tom Heron" in November of 2021 and the segment is here. This interview stresses the importance of history in learning how to deal with today's divisions in our land. We hope you enjoy the interview.由Randal Wallace
 
One of the low moments of the Vietnam War is covered in this episode. It was the moment in the plans to Vietnamize the Vietnam War that we conducted an operation with only South Vietnamese troops on the ground and we provided air support. In the end, our side got walloped. This happened in an operation in which our side went over the border into ne…
 
As the year wraps up, what have we learned about the industry? What needs to be fixed, and in what ways have we made great strides? Join host Todd and guest Cameron Page as they talk about the jobs that set us up for success in the long run, how to pull together different industry groups for the better, the best ways to convince the industry to ado…
 
In this episode, we are finally at the moment that the taping system was installed. It was a fateful decision, and it would eventually lead to the fall of the Nixon Administration. The tapes have been used to attack the President and portray him as an awful person. For the most part, only the worst of the worst of these tapes have been promoted to …
 
Officer Ashley, Sergeant Frank and special guest, Dan McDevitt, examine the tragic events that took place at the Waukesha, WI Christmas Parade. McDevitt – a long-time IPTM instructor and an expert in major case management – will discuss the case from an investigative perspective based on information available to the public.…
 
In this episode we talk about the contents of the historic tapes of the Nixon Administration. We address the negative parts that are so familiar to the public. Nixon's remarks about Women, Gays, Jews, African Americans, his rages, and his intemperate remarks, all caught on a voice activated tape recorder that caught his every word every time he ent…
 
To the stars through difficulties, the motto of the state of Kansas and a theme for the life of Bob Dole. In this final episode in our week long tribute to Senator Bob Dole we look back on two historic days in which the Senator laid in state in the rotunda of the Capitol of the United States of America. Here you will hear the President of the Unite…
 
In part 5 of our tribute to Bob Dole we look back at the war injury that left him disabled. We hear from him and from his close friend and fellow Senator, Dan Inouye, about his hard scrabble fight back to health. Dole spent 39 months in Army hospitals regaining his health after his act of heroism trying to save his radio man, Corporal Simms. We the…
 
Would you fit in if you were working in a construction industry job? A lot of people looking for work don’t think so. There is a long-standing perception in our society that construction industry jobs are dirty, difficult, back-breaking labor. And yes, there are certainly jobs like that. However, the added reality is that there are literally hundre…
 
Bob Dole lost the 1996 Presidential Election. On that night he came to the podium and said something I know for him had to be a little scary. "For the first time in my life when I get up tomorrow I won't have anything to do" - Bob Dole Boy did that turn out not to be true. In three days he would be invited to come be a guest on the CBS show "Late S…
 
On June 11, 1996, Senate Majority Leader and the 1996 Republican Nominee for President got to do something few if any politicians ever get to do. He left office on his own terms. Bob Dole resigned so he could focus all his energy and effort on winning the 1996 election. He was behind in the polls but on Capitol Hill he was given a heroes send off. …
 
It was the campaign of my lifetime. A chance to work for not one but three of my heroes in one year, Bob and Elizabeth Dole and Strom Thurmond. 1996 was a great year. Some people have been critical of the campaign Bob Dole ran in 1996, but I doubt anyone could have done any better. The economy was booming and Bill Clinton was the master of campaign…
 
Welcome to Bob Dole Week!!! Everyday this week we will look back at the life and career of one of the 20th century's greatest Americans. In this episode we look back at his entire life with his Presidential Concession speech, and two videos of his life from his 1988 Presidential campaign and from the Bi-Partisan Policy Center. Then we will step bac…
 
As the year comes to a close, what has changed? What have we learned about collaboration, data, and teamwork? Join host Todd Weyandt and guest Eric Whobrey as they discuss the newest opportunities in the world of technology, the boldness of taking a good calculated risk, the education component of the AEC industry, “data for the sake of data,” and …
 
Dany Martin, Partner and Wealth Advisor at Williams Financial Advisors, LLC and a recent recipient of Investment News’ 40 Under 40, joins Matt on this episode of Bridging the Gap. Dany shares his story, his journey in the wealth management industry, how he serves his local community, and more. Join Dany Martin and Matt Reiner in this inspiring conv…
 
Starlight, the Secret Service Codename for First Lady Pat Nixon, was absolutely perfect as a way to describe Mrs. Nixon. She lit up every room that she entered. She was a First Lady who quietly went about accomplishing things in ways often unseen and under appreciated. Yet, despite her reluctance to be in the spotlight the American people still res…
 
Join host Todd and guest Mark Lamberson as they discuss construction trends that are here to stay, doing your “due diligence” in the industry, how to evolve alongside the constant changes in tech, how to represent your own interests as well as those of your team with technology, and remembering to apply empathy to every aspect of the industry. Mark…
 
People don't seem to realize that Richard Nixon was actually one of our five great Civil Rights Presidents. Brown vs the Board of Education was decided in 1954 but it was left up to Richard Nixon to make the decision to desegregate the public school systems a reality. He did it and he did it with no violence. He did it by sitting down with state an…
 
IPTM Live! is rebranding! IPTM Live will offer a livestream and podcast called "Bridging the Gap" which will continue to offer solutions for taking your training to the real world every first and third Friday of the month! Join Officer Ashley & Sergeant Frank as they continue to bring in guest and discuss real life scenarios in which their training…
 
Are you ready to turn the volume up and rock the trades loud? Join host Todd Weyandt and guest Christopher Brenchley as they discuss the state of the trades today, the absolute importance of skilled tradesmen as essential workers, how Rock the Trades is helping to revitalize the workforce, and how there would be “no white-collar world without blue-…
 
Apollo 13, one of the most remembered moments in the history of NASA. By April of 1970 going to the moon had become almost "ho hum". The television networks did not even bother to show the inflight special broadcast from the spaceflight. Then when the Astronauts were preparing their ship for the long voyage to the moon, BAM!! An explosion, followed…
 
Are you well equipped and empowered to thrive in the new normal? Join host Todd and guests Melissa Lopez and Ryan Shortill as they discuss what a healthy corporate culture looks like, the new opportunities that have arisen from the remote work environment, how to adjust to working from home in the face of burnout and different schedules, attracting…
 
On November 14, 2021, on a Sunday, Horry County, South Carolina, lost a towering giant in the history of the region. Lois Eargle was a trailblazer, never politically correct, and never afraid to speak her mind. She was an unabashedly proud public servant for the people of Horry County and most of all a servant of her Lord, Jesus Christ. She opened …
 
After President Nixon announced he would cut the Ho Chi Minh Trail and take military action in Cambodia, college campuses across the nation exploded. Riots and demonstrations shut down several colleges and led to a nightmare scenario at Kent State in Ohio. It was there that four young people would lose their lives when National Guardsman, themselve…
 
It is an amazing time for construction but with the growth comes a lot of change. Are you harnessing the change required to launch you into a successful future? Join host Todd Weyandt and guest Randee Herrin as they unpack change management, developing alignment throughout the organization, investing in a healthy culture, data strategy, diversity i…
 
This episode opens at the dawn of the environmental movement in America. It may come as a surprise to you that Richard Nixon is considered second only to Theodore Roosevelt as the greenest of all our Presidents. Several historians consider Nixon's environmental record his second biggest achievement. Nixon's secret to success was pretty simple. He f…
 
How does a network of individual neural cells become a brain? How does a neural network learn, hold information and exhibit intelligence? While neurobiologists study how nature achieves this feat, computer scientists interested in artificial intelligence attempt to achieve it through technology. Are there ideas that researchers in the field of arti…
 
On November 3, 1969, President Richard Nixon asked to address the nation to talk about Vietnam. He then laid out his strategy for bringing the War to an end. He also asked for the great silent majority of Americans to support his efforts. They did in record numbers. To piggyback on our episode on the Silent Majority speech which has a featurette wi…
 
This episode opens as the Apollo 11 Astronauts have returned from their mission to the moon. It was a moment in which the United States had finally found something to rally around as one united country. But that sense of national unity won't last, not because of events in the heavens, but due to a war here on Earth. In this look at the final 6 mont…
 
Does your company embrace innovation and new opportunities? Do you? Also, what is the future of robotics in construction? Join host Todd and guest Aarni Heiskanen as they discuss crossing the divide between labor and construction demand, the growing importance of robotics in the field, the people-centric aspect of the construction industry, and muc…
 
While researching the material for our podcast documentary we are currently presenting now on President Richard Nixon, I had one of those random thoughts cross my mind. Had we had any other Quakers serve as President? That led me into looking at a story that is featured on this show by CBS Sunday Morning titled "The Real Herbert Hoover", and I was …
 
On January 20, 1969, Richard Millhouse Nixon was Inaugurated the 37th President of the United States. He faced a country and a World in upheaval. It was as historian Jim Prado points out "A more complicated set of circumstances than had faced any of his predecessors, at least in the modern era." That is in my opinion an understatement. Our country …
 
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