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Best SMART Counsel podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best SMART Counsel podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The Master’s in Counseling program at Multnomah University, Alternative Behavioral Therapy and New Pattern Counseling present this podcast as a resource for aspiring and current professionals, as well as members of the greater community. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent those of Multnomah University or its faculty, of Alternative Behavioral Therapy or New Pattern Counseling.
 
Educating at every step. Absolute Trust Talk is not your run of the mill general counsel show filled with legal jargon that doesn’t resonate. Through her 20+ years of practice, Absolute Trust Counsel managing attorney Kirsten Howe found herself working with clients who were confused and overwhelmed by the complexity of estate planning and saw a need to help clients with education and specific client-centered estate planning services. Now Kirsten is taking her expertise and experience to a ne ...
 
Dr Karen Debbie Cradle PhD is back with another season of compassionate, selfless and professional couples counselling. But this time, she's in Hollywood! Join Karen and a slew of celebrities* on a spiritual journey sure to have Dr Phil and Esther Perel shaking in their boots.*improv comedians
 
Tune in for thought-provoking conversations with smart, creative thinkers in the fields of benefits, economics, government, demography and more. This show is brought to you by the American Benefits Council, a Washington D.C. trade association that advocates for employers, connecting public policy and private-sector solutions to shape employee benefits for the evolving global workforce.
 
Planting churches is all about participating with what God is already doing. He is at work in every neighborhood and community around us. We want to help you learn to see what God is doing and expand your imagination for how you might partner with him. Join us for conversations with church planters, pastors, and leaders on discernment, preparation, and innovation.
 
The Solomon Success podcast is dedicated to the timeless wisdom of King Solomon and the Book of Proverbs in order to maximize one’s business and life. To our advantage, we can find King Solomon’s financial strategies in addition to many life philosophies documented in biblical scriptures. Focusing on these enduring fundamentals of success allows us to bypass the “get-rich-quick” schemes that cause many to stumble on their journey toward success. Our concern is not only spiritual in nature, b ...
 
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Can pornography really be addictive? If so, how do we tell the difference between problematic and non-problematic porn use? More to the point, when it IS a problem for people, how do we help them?Rhys and Ben interview their CSAT colleague Mateusz Gola, a clinical researcher from University of San Diego. Gola shares his evidenced based perspectives…
 
In episode seven of the Block Stars podcast, Ripple CTO David Schwartz is joined by Ripple General Counsel, Stu Alderoty to discuss the current state of global cryptocurrency regulation. David probably didn’t expect Ripple’s Chief Legal Officer to reference Beanie Babies during their conversation, but the often-valuable stuffed toys are a great ana…
 
Lawyerist Lab member Iffy Ibekwe discusses how she prepared for and managed life with her team, law firm, and new baby during maternity leave. If today’s podcast resonates with you and you haven’t read The Small Firm Roadmap yet, get the first chapter right now for free! If you’d like to learn more about making room for family and business, check o…
 
Even before the global pandemic, Michigan courts were moving more quickly than many others to modernize. Michigan Chief Justice Bridget Mary McCormack talks with host Dan Linna about accelerating the state’s plans to offer online hearings, online dispute resolution, and to continue efforts to establish e-filing statewide. Not everything is going sm…
 
Laurence wants to invite Beyonce, the Commodore of the Yacht Club, and the Duke of Earl to attend his fancy party but does not know how. Good thing Robert Hickey (Deputy Director of the Protocol School of Washington) stops by to give pointers on proper forms of address. Thank you to our sponsor NBI. Sources: The Protocol School of Washington - Webs…
 
Dr. Bill Kanasky from expert service provider Courtroom Sciences, Inc. in Irving, Texas discusses the Reptile Theory and how defense counsel might best deploy the reverse reptile. Special thanks to our sponsor, AM Best Company, Best’s Insurance Professional Resources, including Qualified Member attorneys, adjusters and expert service providers.…
 
It may be too early to declare the legal profession back to normal, but we've now seen some major law firms reverse course on cost cutting and even announce some bonuses. Meanwhile, it took all of a couple hours for the in-person bar exam experiment to net its first positive COVID test. Special thanks to our sponsor, Paper Software.…
 
William Rinehart, senior fellow at the Center for Growth and Opportunity at Utah State University breaks down the origins of the underlying antitrust investigation against big tech companies and what they could potentially mean. Thank you to our sponsor NBI. Sources: CNBC article by Lauren Feiner ‘Tech CEO hearing will probably be postponed, source…
 
*Important Update* The deadline for filing for a Paycheck Protection Program loan, identified in this episode as August 3, 2020, has been extended to August 8, 2020. Learn more at the SBA's Paycheck Protection Program website. Businesses hit hard by the pandemic have turned to PPP loans to continue paying employees, and law firms are no exception. …
 
Parler’s chief policy officer Amy Peikoff joins the show to discuss her take on Cancel Culture, the value of free speech, and its importance to our republic. Thank you to our sponsor NBI. Sources: Harper’s Magazine article ‘A Letter on Justice and Open Debate’ Fox News article ‘Alternative social media Parler added 1m users in a week, still not pro…
 
Jason Hartman’s guest today is author of Was Jesus A Socialist?, Lawrence W. Reed. Jason and Lawrence clear up some confusion about socialism and communism. As well, Lawrence responds to the question, “Was Jesus A Socialist?” Lawrence goes on to share scripture interpretation and how we can learn about investing or magnifying wealth. Lastly, Hartma…
 
Collaboration has become essential in today’s complex world, and research-based strategies can help you do it better! Dennis & Tom welcome Dr. Heidi Gardner to discuss her practical experience and academic research on collaboration and how lawyers can benefit from her insights into the legal profession by becoming a more effective team. As always, …
 
This week, Misty and Lisa review the New York Times bestseller So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo. Ijeoma Oluo is a Seattle-based writer, speaker, and Internet Yeller. She’s the author of the New York Times Best-Seller So You Want to Talk about Race, published in January by Seal Press. Named one of the The Root’s 100 Most Influential Afr…
 
An expert in social media law and legal ethics, Miami lawyer Ethan Wall speaks with host Carl Morrison about this hot and quickly developing practice area. Wall recognized the importance of social media to legal practice early on. He shares how he has developed his firm centered around four core areas: compliance, intellectual property, the unique …
 
Author and peak performance expert Brad Stulberg talks through why you might have been thinking about passion all wrong and what to do instead. If today’s podcast resonates with you and you haven’t read The Small Firm Roadmap yet, get the first chapter right now for free! If you’d like to learn more about defining your personal career goals, check …
 
Lori Windham, senior counsel at Becket, breaks down the latest SCOTUS decision in ‘Little Sisters of the Poor Saints Peter and Paul Home v. Pennsylvania ET AL’ and the impact that will have on their 1st Amendment rights. Thank you to our sponsor NBI. Sources: Supreme Court Decision ‘Little Sisters of the Poor Saints Peter and Paul Hom v. Pennsylvan…
 
Rhys delivered a series of lectures in an Overview of Addictions class in a Masters in Counseling program. This lecture is the first of five lectures asking the question, “What is Addiction?” and exploring various models of how addiction is understood. In this lecture, he explores “The “House of Addiction,” which describes the major components to c…
 
Well, we're really doing this. States are beginning bar in-person bar examinations this week despite persistent warnings from public health officials and we hope everyone comes out of this experience safely. Joe and Kathryn offer a final roundup of what's going on with the bar examinations this week, from social distancing seating plans to the bogu…
 
Ripple CTO David Schwartz continues to explore the wider world of blockchain and digital assets on the Block Stars podcast. In the latest episode, he talks with Professor of Economics and Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley, Barry Eichengreen, about the current state of the global economy and where cryptocurrencies fit in a …
 
A Tale Of Two Quarantines... On this edition of the Weekly Beef, Lisa shares her low-key trolling of Mark Manson on twitter (not really) and gives us a birds-eye view of what must be the greatest twitter non-feud-turned-into-epic-feuding-by-making-it-one: James Clear's quarantine tweets vs. Mark Manson's quarantine tweets You can follow both of the…
 
Fellow host of our ABA Journal Legal Rebels Podcast Lyle Moran joins the show to discuss why the Washington Supreme Court is ending its Limited License Legal Technician (LLLT) program and what options remain for the LLLT Board. Thank you to our sponsor NBI. Sources: LLLT Program Starts: Order of The Supreme Court of Washington ABA Journal Article b…
 
This past spring, when few people realized that most July bar exams would ultimately be canceled, Molly Coleman decided to forgo the test, for the time being, despite her lawyer father’s objections. Coleman chats with ABA Journal Senior Writer Stephanie Francis Ward about moving back to St. Paul, Minnesota—her hometown—less than a week before the a…
 
​When you experience loss and disappointment, it's easy to ask, "Why is God allowing this to happen?" On a best-of Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman, you'll hear the story of authors and speakers Robert Wolgemuth and Nancy Demoss Wolgemuth. They say that no matter what circumstances you're going through, there's something bigger going on…
 
Attorney Christopher Warnock discusses his recent case before the Iowa Supreme Court about accommodations in a residential rental situation: a strict no-pet policy vs emotional support animals. Thank you to our sponsor NBI. Sources: COVID-19 Updates for North Carolina Bar Exam ABA Journal article by Stephanie Francis Ward ‘Some states are devoted t…
 
From LGBTQ rights, to abortion, to the Dreamers, to Trump’s taxes, major rulings coming out of the Supreme Court in 2020, have been anything but ordinary. Through these decisions, we have witnessed the unpredictability of some of the justices-in particular, newly appointed justices Kavanaugh and Gorsuch, and Chief Justice John Roberts, who notably …
 
This week, Misty and Lisa review the international bestseller The Drama Of The Gifted Child: The Search for the True Self by Alice Miller. Alice Miller was a Polish-Swiss psychologist, psychoanalyst, philosopher and noted public intellectual. Her book The Drama of the Gifted Child caused a sensation and became an international bestseller upon the E…
 
Attorneys have to be thorough in their preparations for court, but in David Notowitz’s experience, audio and video evidence is often inadequately presented. Digital Edge hosts Jim Calloway and Sharon Nelson talk with David about common mistakes lawyers make and his recommendations for effective, polished audio/visual presentations. David Notowitz i…
 
Being named as the executor or trustee of an estate is a big job. There are many tasks and responsibilities to take care of. And on top of that, it’s hard to imagine being able to make these important financial and legal decisions while grieving. A lot of times, people have no idea where to start or what to do. Without basic knowledge of the trust …
 
Lawyerist Legal Tech Advisor Zack Glaser discusses how to determine the right tech for your small law firm, trends in legal technology, and common mistakes you can avoid when outfitting your firm. If today’s podcast resonates with you and you haven’t read The Small Firm Roadmap yet, get the first chapter right now for free! If you’d like to learn m…
 
North Carolina holds its July Bar Exam in person and Kimberly Herrick of the North Carolina Board of Bar Examiners gives us all the details. Thank you to our sponsor NBI. Sources: COVID-19 Updates for North Carolina Bar Exam ABA Journal article by Stephanie Francis Ward ‘Some states are devoted to in-person July bar exams, despite health risks from…
 
As foreign governments do more business in the United States, questions about the intersection of sovereign immunity and U.S. law will undoubtedly arise. In this episode, host Alan Pierce talks with Boston litigator Ted Folkman about an important 1st Circuit case of theirs — Merlini v. Canada — that’s been winding its way through the federal courts…
 
Host Dan Rodriguez welcomes Jeff Kelly to discuss his experience with complex litigation and why he chose it as his professional focus. Jeff explains how his practice has been impacted by COVID-19 and what skills he’s refined and utilized to resolve problems arising from this pandemic. He also shares ways he leverages all 24 hours in his day in ord…
 
At a time when the country is discussing how the justice system and policing can be reformed, it's critical that we avoid adopting reforms that have damaging consequences. In Prison by Any Other Name: The Harmful Consequences of Popular Reforms, authors Maya Schenwar and Victoria Law outline the way that well-meaning movements ended up funneling pe…
 
With the increasing realization that there will be no quick return to business as usual, law firms are trying in earnest to settle into long-term remote work. Jared Correia welcomes veteran virtual lawyer Timothy Bowers to discuss the characteristics of a successful virtual legal practice and tips for helping employees work from home effectively. T…
 
It's still hard to believe that there will actually be bar exams next week. But even in states with a basic respect for public health warnings, the exams are mostly just delayed requiring applicants to keep ramping up for a test only to be forced to forget everything again when the next delay is announced. The only way to avoid this cycle is to ado…
 
On this edition of the Weekly Beef, Misty and Lisa return to Stassi Schroeder, an author whose book they previously reviewed, to discuss her repeated bad behavior and the most recent consequences she experienced. You can read about the controversy here. Misty also shares an article from The Blissful Mind about what happens when self-care isn't enou…
 
Governor DeSantis is being sued by bar owners trying to save their businesses in a second shutdown due to Florida’s spike in COVID-19 cases. Their lawyer John W. Dill explains what’s going on. Thank you to our sponsor NBI. Sources: Press Release by Cision John Dill’s law firm Website WFTV 9 article by James Tutten and Karen Parks ‘Orlando bar owner…
 
While navigating divorce, fear of the unknown often drives us to replace our uncertainty with a catastrophic worst case scenario about our future. However, our greatest fears rarely come true. Today’s session is designed to provide you with hope and encouragement as you hear one woman’s journey from fear and overwhelm to a post divorce life that is…
 
​Is it possible to have the home life you want with the people you love? On a best-of Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman, Dr. Shannon Warden gives practical tools to help transform your home life. Renovating a relationship is a lot like fixing an old house. It takes a lot of “sweat equity,” which means hard work. But it’s worth it! Find s…
 
Veronica Stidvent, executive director at Center for Women in Law and Fiona Hornblower, president and CEO of the NALP Foundation for Law Career Research and Education tell us about their new study that highlights the law school experience for women of color and some negative effects it had on faculty and students. Thank you to our sponsor NBI. Sourc…
 
Dennis and Tom are hard at work on the first step in their Second Brain project—developing methods of capturing information. They share their approaches to identifying valuable content and consider possibilities for workflows and automation. In their second segment, they discuss whether they believe the notion that older generations of lawyers are …
 
Necessity is the mother of all invention, so let’s talk about creative destruction. The world is fast-tracking technology, and everyone is on zoom. The changes to our everyday culture have changed due to coronavirus. Jason and Evan discuss being adaptable to your environment and how to position yourself properly. What is a rentier ränˈtyā? Be a par…
 
This week, Misty and Lisa cover How to Take Smart Notes: One Simple Technique to Boost Writing, Learning and Thinking – for Students, Academics and Nonfiction Book Writers by Sönke Ahrens. Thanks to Longtime Loyal Listener Jonneke for the recommendation! Dr. Sönke Ahrens is a writer and researcher in the field of education and social science, and a…
 
When COVID-19 closed ABA offices in March, staff sprang into work figuring out how the association could convert its meetings and events to virtual environments. In this bonus episode of Asked and Answered, we're giving you a sneak peek at how the 2020 ABA Annual Meeting came together, some of the exciting guests and speakers who have been lined up…
 
The eDiscovery software known as technology-assisted review (TAR) is traditionally used by lawyers to distinguish between relevant and irrelevant case information, but its capabilities have now shifted into a new role in the fight against COVID-19. Sharon Nelson and John Simek welcome lawyer and research professor Maura Grossman to discuss how this…
 
Author Jenny Blake explains how to know it’s time to make a change in your professional life and how to start pivoting towards your next chapter. If today’s podcast resonates with you and you haven’t read The Small Firm Roadmap yet, get the first chapter right now for free! If you’d like to learn more about connecting your goals and culture at your…
 
Hear the latest about the class action lawsuit against Seattle over the CHAZ/CHOP occupation and how that impacted residents and businesses owners in the area with violent crime, loss of business, and harassment. The Plaintiffs’ attorneys Patty Eakes and Angelo Calfo explain their case against the city. Thank you to our sponsor NBI. Sources: Reason…
 
Nurturing a healthy culture in your law firm creates happier employees and a more productive business, but what do you do if your current culture isn’t what you want it to be? Host Christopher Anderson talks with Eric Farber about the strategies from his book “The Case for Culture: How to Stop Being a Slave to Your Law Firm, Grow Your Practice, and…
 
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