Author Patrick Anthony Cardin Announces Release of Children’s Book Urging COVID-19 Hygiene Awareness

Pup In A Cup Keeps Healthy And Clean

Pup In A Cup Keeps Healthy And Clean

Important Book for Children is a Valuable Guide to Good, Lifelong Cleanliness

REDBANK, N.J., USA, February 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Today, author Patrick Anthony Cardin has released his children’s book, “Pup In A Cup Keeps Healthy And Clean,” published by Newman Springs Publishing. Cardin was inspired to take action by the abrupt arrival of the coronavirus. The subsequent, ongoing COVID-19 pandemic was his impetus to teach children about valuable personal practices for excellent hygiene. The author saw the perfect opportunity to raise awareness about how germs are spread, what hygiene is and how to be the best at keeping clean.

“If children can learn hygiene, and parents can be reminded of its vital importance, our communities will be safe and happy,” said Cardin. “We all have to work together by doing our part to stay healthy and safe for each other and every one of our friends. I hope that Teacup Pup will be a great example to children and grown-ups. Teacup Pup is a fantastic and fun way to inform children about the COVID-19 pandemic in a direct-yet-appropriate manner, through a friendly and relatable character because right now, dealing with the pandemic can be a lot of work, physically and emotionally.”

As Cardin sees it, personal hygiene is a learned skill. It is apparent that many adults themselves are unaware of how their less-than-ideal personal habits and lack of cleanliness are infecting those around them. The book discusses bathroom hygiene, sneezing, being clean in public, not sharing personal items and not touching anything with dirty hands that might affect others.

The book helps parents and children deal with an uncertain world, where there are many unknown facts about the coronavirus and its multiple mutations. Cardin added, “Adults can absolutely not let our guard down. We should be mindful and help protect our children and all people from COVID-19. ‘Teacup Pup in a Cup Keeps Healthy and Clean’ is informative and its message is easy to understand. The book will help you and you loved ones take prevention seriously. Knowledge is power. Power to keep our kids safe.”

The friendly tone of the book is perfect for teaching children about hand washing, wearing masks, how to sneeze into the crook of the elbow and more. Cardin includes tips on how to be clean and how being mindful of knowing when to wash and why it is important. The book helps children understand how their personal behavior affects those around them. The character, Teacup Pup, teaches kids how to be aware of how others’ behavior, such as what they touch and how they wash or don’t wash their hands. It gives readers a reason to wash one’s own hands, one more time, just in case. No matter what, the best option is always making sure that one’s hands are clean.

Cardin believes that adults need to inform children about the realities of the pandemic in a way that children can understand. With the help of Teacup Pup, parents, family members, friends and teachers can help children adopt a healthy routine to achieve excellent hygiene at school, at home and in public. If children can learn hygiene and parents can be reminded of its vital importance, our communities will be safe and happy.
For more information go to http://www.patrickcardin.com/ or buy the book on Amazon and Barnes and Noble

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Governments and Corporations are Responsible for the Death of Small Business

No More Excuses: Small Business Needs Support, Not Lockdowns and Unfair Restrictions

When we complain about a problem and do nothing, we are worst than the problem itself. Canada has always been a country that defined itself on social responsibility. That is what Canadians do!”

— Edward Henry

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, February 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — How many small businesses throughout Canada have struggled and closed while many large corporations have flourished and taken bonuses for themselves? Bonuses they have been able to afford because they are subsidizing employee wages and expenses with government contribution.

How many small businesses have been shut down due to health concerns without any data that suggests these same businesses are a greater risk than the large box stores? Why is small business on lockdown while other large essential corporations have been able to operate with almost no restrictions?

When will all business have equal rights?

When will a small business that can operate safely have the same privileged rights of the large corporations and be permitted to stay open?

The bottom line on this entire argument is that classifications of essential and non-essential are discriminatory to small businesses. Most small businesses have made greater efforts to protect their customers than many of the “essential” companies that have been allowed to operate freely with minimal restrictions. Big box stores that often violate capacity and social distancing limits and have only recently been investigated for violations.

The government has made health determinations with little logic, data, or explanation on why retail businesses outside of box stores are unfairly restricted to less capacity.

After two lockdowns and still no plan, there has been no discussion regarding fair treatment for small business. Everyone knows that small businesses are working from an unfair position. Many small business owners have had to take government loans to survive. Current data released by CFIB states that small business owes more than $135 billion. This amount requires repayment to the very government that is locking them down after adjustments they have made to their businesses to become compliant to guidelines that are ambiguous. The data from various departments are conflicting and inaccurate.

It is time for the government to balance the scale. Large corporations should be in partnership with small business, not sending business out of Canada. Businesses that have been unfairly treated deserve greater tax breaks and loan forgiveness based on the financial struggles that have been exacerbated by the continued mismanagement of poorly thought-out restrictions.

SmAll Business is Essential is an initiative created by Edward Henry Company and Social Distance Management. Our goal and function is to advocate on behalf of suffering small business due to the lack of support and unfair treatment from various government restrictions. The interest expressed by many small businesses throughout Canada, and even the United States for SmAll Business is Essential to help struggling small businesses has evolved to becoming more than a cause. It is now become an organization that will be on the front lines to fight for the rights of small businesses.

It is time for Canadians to be socially responsible and ensure that fairness is included in the metrics that we are using when governing through these difficult times. It is time to give small business support, and allow them the same rights that have been allotted to large corporations for over a year.

The restrictions put on businesses should reflect the health and safety threat, the business’ ability to manage their space and people, and the quantified rate/metric of spread in a specific region.

We are currently raising finances for businesses that are complying with health and safety recommendations and guidelines to stay open. We are advocating to keep business in Canada and to support small business. Edward Henry Company will be donating 50% of the proceeds from it’s recent new book release Cut The Bullsh*T to SmAll Business is Essential of Canada. Small businesses across Canada are done paying the price. Small businesses are going to unite and stand up to government and big business, because SmAll Business is Essential.

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Caregiving: Helping Elderly Parents Make Decisions

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Helping Elderly Parents Make Decisions

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Making Eldercare Decisions

Caregiving Expert, Advocate, & Speaker

Pamela D. Wilson – Caregiving Expert

Helping elderly parents make decisions can be challenging for adult children when doubts exist about making the right decisions and confidence is lacking.

In a perfect world, the moment parents ask for help from adult children, conversations about aging and care needs happen. Unfortunately, discussions are rare until an emergency happens.”

— Pamela D Wilson

GOLDEN, COLORADO, USA, February 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Decision-making for parents is a tricky situation when elderly parents appear to be independent but may not be managing well. If children live at a distance, signs that parents need help may not be noticed until a visit occurs or parents initiate a phone call for help. Being unaware of what may happen next is a challenge of caring for elderly parents.

Caregiver Worry is Common

Worry about care for elderly parents is a common experience for caregivers. The unexpected aspects and not knowing what to pay attention to results in sleepless nights. Naïve caregivers lack knowledge of what parts of care for parents are more critical than others.

When caregivers know the little signs that indicate advancing health needs and how to manage day-to-day needs, caring for elderly parents can feel more manageable. Regardless of how advanced adult children may be in their lives and careers, the unexpected parts of caregiving throw life a curve.

Regardless of cultural beliefs, religious background, family upbringing, education, and life experiences, the emotional aspects, and unknowns of caregiving result in angst for adult children. When parents pass away, and children continue on with their lives, many adult children report looking back and clearly seeing what could have been done differently.

Most caregivers admit they were too stressed going through the daily motions of care for aging parents to pay attention to aspects of managing health that could have improved the quality of life for a parent. The cognitive overload and stress of caregiving impair decision-making. Caregivers suffer from as many if not more physical and emotional health concerns as the individuals for whom they care. COVID has greatly complicated care situations for all families worldwide.

Caregiver Support Offers Emotional Support and Confidence

Caregiver support through online caregiving groups, local groups, and educational courses can significantly reduce the stress and doubt involved in caring for aging parents. Finding reliable and trustworthy information can be challenging.

Caregiving expert Pamela D Wilson has provided 1:1 support for aging adults and caregiving families for more than twenty years. Specializing in providing care in the homes of the elderly and managing care as a court-appointed guardian and power of attorney, she has rare experience allowing her to personally relate to caregivers across time zones and locations and their day-to-day experiences.

While healthcare systems may be different worldwide, the experiences of caregivers are similar. Wilson's online course, Taking Care of Elderly Parents, offers in-depth information that all caregivers and aging adults can use to reduce worry, gain confidence about making the right decisions for elderly parents and gain advocacy skills.

Caregiving—the Everlasting Journey

Adult children caring for elderly parents may place thoughts of caregiving on the shelf when parents pass away. Dreams of returning to life before caregiving may take over thoughts of practicality or using the experiences gained taking care of parents.

What adults don’t realize is that there will be another caregiving event—whether for a spouse or a need for support from children or other family members. Instead of being surprised or unprepared, the opportunity exists for all adults to change the future of caregiving within families.

Wilson’s expertise in managing and planning for care from a family, medical, financial, and legal perspective offers rare insights for caregivers, corporations, and groups who take advantage of the programs she develops. Corporations have the opportunity to support working caregivers by bringing conversations about caregiving into the workplace.

Business, service, and social groups can support their members by providing education that shares a view about the future of aging. Wilson joins corporations and groups worldwide on-site and through virtual meetings and presentations.

Helping Elderly Parents Make Decisions

Helping elderly parents make decisions is part of ongoing interactions when an adult child is a primary caregiver. Decisions about living arrangements, healthcare, money, and legal matters are involved, in addition to navigating and managing family relationships that can be thorny when family members disagree about care.

While one adult child usually takes primary responsibility for the care of a parent, siblings may offer unsolicited advice or criticize the actions of the primary caregiver. As one might imagine, family relationships between brothers or sisters can become fractured and difficult to repair after parents pass away.

Adult children who invest the time to become educated about aspects of caregiving that affect decision-making can be confident. Rather than feeling pushed, pulled, and tossed upside down by interactions with healthcare systems and providers, the knowledge gained from in-depth support and education ensures caregivers become advocates for parents.

In addition to speaking engagements, caregiver support, and online education programs offered by Wilson, her weekly podcast The Caring Generation® is available worldwide through all of the major podcast apps: Apple, Google, I-Heart Radio, JioSaavn, Spreaker, Amazon Music, Pandora, Podchaser, Stitcher, Spotify, and Vurbl. She credits caregivers with the weekly topics that are by request.

Unique Education For Groups and Corporations

Wilson’s mission to reach one million caregivers worldwide is supported by her passion for working with groups and corporations to provide keynote speaking sessions live or online and unique online education programs. Wilson participates in live events and creates dedicated webinars, courses, and programs that meet information requests by groups and corporations.

Because of COVID, international corporations aware of working caregiver struggles are investigating programs to offer through internal learning management systems. Wilson creates education for family caregivers, caregivers working in healthcare fields, and companies interested in supporting family and working caregivers.

Contact Wilson for more information about caregiver support, resources, and education through her website, by emailing Inquiry_For_Pamela@PamelaDWilson.com or by calling 303-810-1816 in the United States.

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Welcome Into the Lives of Scientologists Who Are Thriving Despite Pandemic Limitations

Share Gisela’s excitement about studying once more at the Church of Scientology and Celebrity Centre of Nashville, Tennessee.

Share Gisela’s excitement about studying once more at the Church of Scientology and Celebrity Centre of Nashville, Tennessee.

In Johannesburg, South Africa, Kya shoots a video of herself as she enters her church, eager to continue her own studies of Dianetics.

In Johannesburg, South Africa, Kya shoots a video of herself as she enters her church, eager to continue her own studies of Dianetics.

 Like her fellow Scientologists from America and South Africa, Magali is happy to be back at the Church of Scientology Sydney, progressing in her studies of Scientology and Dianetics.

Like her fellow Scientologists from America and South Africa, Magali is happy to be back at the Church of Scientology Sydney, progressing in her studies of Scientology and Dianetics.

Scientologists@Home, a series on the Scientology Network, continues to publish new videos daily of Scientologists of all nationalities, ages and walks of life.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, February 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Wearing a facemask and vinyl gloves, Gisela Willey pulls up to her church—the Church of Scientology and Celebrity Centre of Nashville, Tennessee. She parks and walks up the steps, saying “Follow me” as she enters the building. In her Scientologists@Home video on the Scientology Network she says, “finally, I feel like I’m at home again.”

After having her temperature checked with a no-contact thermometer, she heads for the second floor of the church where she is studying the book Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health by Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard. She says reading the book has helped her understand people much better, how they react and why they do what they do.

In Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health, Mr. Hubbard described his breakthrough discoveries on the reactive mind—the single source of nightmares, unreasonable fears, upsets, insecurities and psychosomatic illness. And he laid out a simple, practical, easily taught technology to overcome the reactive mind and reach the state of Clear.

By studying Dianetics, available in 50 languages, and other Dianetics and Scientology basic books and lectures, the individual not only gains an understanding of what makes people tick but also the ability to help others.

Across the Atlantic Ocean and some 8,500 miles southeast of Nashville, Kya shoots a video of herself while entering the Church of Scientology of Johannesburg, South Africa, carrying the same book, which she finds “extremely interesting.”

Another 6,800 miles farther east, across the Indian Ocean, Magali enters the Church of Scientology Sydney, also eager to resume her study of Dianetics. “I’m having lots of wins and I’m really glad to be back,” she says.

As Scientology Churches across the globe reopen for service, parishioners know every precaution has been taken to ensure they can further their progress in Scientology in a completely safe environment, surrounded by others who are taking responsibility for their own health and the health of others.

As described in “Scientology: 20/21—A Look Behind & A Look Ahead,” an interactive timeline on the Scientology website, before reopening, every Scientology Church was safeguarded with the world’s most powerful decontamination system—as safe as it is eco-friendly and effective. This came to more than 12,000,000 square feet of spaces protected.

Educational booklets are always available at Scientology Churches that make it very simple to understand the basics of how to stay well. Protocols are strictly enforced and backed up by signage as a gentle reminder of the dos and don’ts. And the entire Church is rigorously disinfected throughout the day.

Scientologists@home is updated daily with new videos sent in by Scientologists from across the globe. Each shares their story of how they are keeping themselves active, happy and productive in these challenging times.

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Local Author Supports LA 4-H Tech Club's Project to Solve Food Insecurity

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GGI offers the only GIS Industry-Based Certification Program

Mark S. Lewis, author of GIVE A DAMN book encourages others to take the "Where's the Food" Survey and his Global Accountability Pledge

BATON ROUGE, LA, UNITED STATES , February 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — What do Amazon best-selling author Mark S. Lewis, and Fran Harvey, GISP, director of the non-profit organization, Global Geospatial Institute, have in common? They both believe that spreading positivity and giving back to the community are the keys to success in life and in business.

Mark S. Lewis, the author of GIVE A DAMN – The Ticket to Cultural Change, wrote his book with the goal of starting a movement. Starting with his belief that traditional values such as honesty, trust, accountability, responsibility, altruism, respect and integrity are the foundation of moral wealth and prosperity, he asks that we embrace the GIVE A DAMN! philosophy and make a commitment to putting others' needs before self. Lewis believes this will help lift our communities and society-at-large and there is no better time to start than now. When he met Fran Harvey, the director of Global Geospatial Institute (GGI) he was impressed by the school's mission – to work with students to create a better world utilizing GIS technology. Lewis offered to help by offering to promote the student's latest project, "Where's the Food" and offered to donate one dollar to the nonprofit for each Global Accountability Pledge taken in February.

GGI embodies the GIVE A DAMN ideal by offering spatial education with state-of-the-art-technology to students so that they can solve real world problems and become global citizens. By utilizing hands-on project based learning, real world problem solving and service learning, the school provides students with a future career track. GGI sponsors the Louisiana 4-H Tech Club on the state and national level. In its latest project, the "Where's the Food" survey, the tech club featured maps that visualize community problems and solutions to improve health, nutrition, and safety in the areas where they live. "By visualizing local, 'food access' problems facing students, families, communities, producers, processors, distributors, and consumers, we help youth, and their families understand the needs and alternatives to community problems (substance abuse, obesity, and food access)," Harvey said. In February, youth Delegates from Louisiana (LA), North Caroline (NC), New York (NY), and Tennessee (TN) presented "Where's the Food" at the National Youth Summit on Healthy Living. The summit (held virtually in 2021) brings together high school students for three days of hands-on activities and workshops led by leaders and educators in these fields.

Lewis was proud to lend his support to GGI and the LA 4-H Tech Club as he is aware of the news that millions of families are going to bed hungry every night due to the Covid-19 health emergency. Nationwide, 4-H Action Teams are emerging to help by tackling "Food Insecurity" in their communities. Katherine Winchester, the project lead member of the LA 4-H Tech Club, described the team's 2021 entry. “The Where's the Food (WTF) Survey features maps that visualize community problems and solutions to improve health, nutrition, and safety in the areas where they live," she said. "By visualizing local, 'food access' problems facing students, families, communities, producers, processors, distributors, and consumers, we help youth, and their families understand the needs and alternatives to community problems (substance abuse, obesity, and food access)."

To create the maps, team members Katherine Winchester, Susanna Shields, Izzy Gruner (St. Joseph Academy), Jane Zaruba (Home Schooled) and Vibriyogn Epuri (Southeastern University of Louisiana) utilized data from SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Programs) to show food locations with hotspots for Food Stamps/EBT Cards and a census tract that revealed both low-income and low-access criteria. Winchester, a sophomore student at the Saint Joseph’s Academy, said the project's goal was to make and share available maps with the community to help people find healthy food, especially during the Covid-19 health emergency and beyond. To advance their goals, youth interviewed local health and public safety officials in their community to identify critical problems and how youth might help. They identified school closings, transportation limitations, and how food providers were disrupted by the Covid-19 health emergency, especially in low-income and remote rural areas.

Lewis' Give A Damn Movement is inspired by organizations like GGI, who truly Give A Damn about the community they live in and believe in turning their passion into a purpose to give back. To join the movement, you can take the Global Accountability Pledge and commit to serving others and do so without ego, criticism, condemning, or complaining. Lewis believes that if we can get more people to carry out the GIVE A DAMN philosophy and principles each and every day to the best of their abilities, we will see an essential cultural shift in mindset. "Individually, you can make a difference, but collectively we change the world," he said. An inspiring business mentor, coach, consultant, and speaker, Lewis has spread his practical advice and positive message globally.

The Global Geospatial Institute (GGI) team offers spatial education though state-of-the-art technology to put Geographic Information System (GIS) and Remote Sensing (RS) technology in the hands of as many students as it can by utilizing hands-on project based learning, real world problem solving and service learning. By introducing GIS to K-12, especially middle school students, in a variety of ways, GGI provides students with a future career track. High school students can then register for a GIS course to ultimately obtain a GIS IBC (Industry-Based Certification). Currently, the GIS IBC is in two Jump Start Pathways; Manufacturing Construction Crafts and Logistics Pathway and Environmental Protection and Sustainability Pathway. Global Geospatial Institute is the only industry accredited program in the State of Louisiana that prepares high school students and lifelong learners with the tools they need to advance in workforce development and compete in a global job market.

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Trycia Caric of Patrycia Caric Consulting Launches COVID-19 Survival program to Celebrate 5-years of Success

Trycia Caric of Patrycia Caric Consulting focuses on health club and wellness marketing.

BOSTON, MA, USA, February 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Trycia Caric of Patrycia Caric Consulting is celebrating 5-years of success in the health and fitness consultancy business. As part of the celebration, Trycia has crafted a program that will help health club owners sustain their business operations despite the challenges occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic. The program is informed by the fact that COVID-19 could remain a challenge for a while, and unless businesses take measures to adjust, they could end up closing down. It is also informed by the structural changes in the health and fitness business that have been accelerated by the pandemic and could lead to a permanent shift in the way people consume health and fitness services.

One of the critical aspects of the program is employee training. Through the program, employees at gyms, and other fitness facilities, will be trained on conducting themselves for their safety and that of clients. The training will also focus on equipping them with skills to determine if the gym facilities are safe for use at all times. The goal of this training is two-fold. Firstly, it aims to ensure that no one contracts the virus within health and fitness facilities. These facilities are supposed to be places of happiness, and if people start getting sick there, it would beat the whole essence of it, which is bad for business. Then, the perception of safety can help inspire clients to get back to the gym after almost a year of staying away. When customers know that gyms have systems in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19, they will be more confident to go back, which is good for entrepreneurs in the industry.

The program also aims to equip health and fitness clubs entrepreneurs with skills to adapt to the changing dynamics in the industry. There is no denying that the COVID-19 pandemic has altered how business is conducted in lots of industries. For instance, in the retail sector, brick-and-mortar stores have been hard-hit by the accelerated adoption of online shopping. Similarly, the health and fitness industry is increasingly being disrupted by the increased adoption of video-based training. Through her program, Trycia aims to help health and fitness businesses navigate this change in two ways. The first one is equipping the staff with the skills necessary to do health and fitness training through video. This includes, but is not limited to, communication skills and how to position themselves for maximum visibility during the workout session. The second goal is to sensitize club owners on the best equipment for doing video-based training. Through this program, Trycia hopes to help health and fitness clubs thrive despite the permanent changes in consumer behavior that is likely to come with the adoption of video-based training. Part of the training will touch on making money from subscriptions and adverts on platforms like YouTube.

The program also incorporates a financial management package. Before becoming a health and fitness consultant, Trycia used to run a health and fitness facility and saw many of her competitors go out of business due to poor financial management. One of the problems that she identified is that of poor cash flow management. This problem has been made worse by COVID-19 since many gyms have seen their clientele disappear due to the lockdowns. Through her program, she hopes to help them better plan their cash flows too survive these tough times and invest in the future for more sustainable business.

Trycia is an authority in the industry, making it easy for her to come up with such a program. She has been in the health and fitness business for decades and with a high degree of success. This means that she understands all the industry’s intricacies and can mentor others to remain as successful as she has been over the years. Her prowess is also evident in her ability to transition from one aspect of the industry to another, successfully. Like other industry players, she started out running a gym and beat the odds until she became a consultant. One of her career’s biggest highlights is helping aspiring entrepreneurs get into the health and fitness business and thrive. It gives her great joy knowing that the skills she shares have helped give many a foothold in a tough industry and thrive in it. Trycia is also known for her ability to help dying health and fitness clubs revamp their businesses. In the process, she has saved jobs for thousands of people in the industry. So much so that many in her community consider her their hero, especially now when the industry is hard-hit by the pandemic.

Trycia is also a role model for many women in the health and fitness space and has inspired many women to thrive in the industry. For many years, the industry was mostly male-dominated and was considered a man’s domain. Trycia conquered it and rose to the top, and many women have taken inspiration from her success. To build on that, part of her program focuses on helping women entrepreneurs know that they can make it in the industry and thrive. She hopes to use her position as a woman leader in health and fitness to help as many young women as possible get into the industry and break all the ceilings that exist in it.

Patrycia Caric Consulting is a health and fitness consultancy. It provides entrepreneurs with the information they need to get started and thrive in the fitness business. It also helps existing companies identify weaknesses, sort them out, and reinvigorate their sales in the long run. It has been in business for the last 5-years and has facilitated dozens of companies to succeed in the fitness space. The company is based in Boston, Massachusetts, but has a nationwide reach. For more information, visit www.tryciacaric.com

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Monica Gillison Joins LTEN Advisory Council

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Life sciences trainers associations welcomes SK Life Science training leader, Monica Gillison, to organization's leadership team.

ROANOKE, VA, UNITED STATES, February 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Life sciences training leader Monica Gillison has been selected to join the LTEN Advisory Council. Her appointment begins immediately.

Gillison, senior manager of commercial sales training for SK Life Science, has worked in life sciences since 1998, when she started as a senior specialty neuroscience representative for Eli Lilly. Since then, Gillison has held sales, training and leadership roles at Amylin Pharmaceuticals, Zogenix and Collegium Pharmaceuticals. Gillison has also served as Guest Editor of LTEN Focus on Training magazine and was a finalist for the 2020 All-Star Teams category of the LTEN Excellence Awards competition.

“It’s an honor to be asked to join the LTEN Advisory Council, and I’m looking forward to working with the Council members and also with the Board of Directors,” Gillison said. “In my time with LTEN I’ve seen the positive effect our network has on training careers, and I’m excited to help deliver valuable programs and work that raises the bar for all members.”

“It was a great choice to bring Monica’s impressive energy to the LTEN Advisory Council,” said Dawn Brehm, LTEN executive director. “Since joining LTEN, she’s been a great contributor to our publications and events, and I know this new role will be a nice fit for her. As the Advisory Council supports the Board of Directors in creating new initiatives, Monica’s experience and drive will be valuable assets to support LTEN members and leadership.”

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The Life Sciences Trainers & Educators Network (www.L-TEN.org) is the only global 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization specializing in meeting the needs of life sciences learning professionals. LTEN shares the knowledge of industry leaders, provides insight into new technologies, offers innovative solutions and communities of practice that grow careers and organizational capabilities. Founded in 1971, LTEN has grown to more than 2,100 individual members who work in pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device and diagnostic companies, and industry partners who support the life sciences training departments.

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For more information contact Nannette Nolan, LTEN director of marketing communications, at nnolan@L-TEN.org.

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Dental Marketing Leader To Deliver Two High Impact Courses at 156th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting

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Since 1989 AIM has helped dentists across North America take aim with their marketing

On Saturday, February 27, 2021, Daniel A. Bobrow, AIM Dental Marketing's president will deliver lectures on telephone skills mastery and dental cause marketing.

Bobrow is also Exec. Dir. of Climb for a Cause, creator of The Art of First Impressions, host of the Practice Perfection web-based education series, and co-inventor of the Dental Marketing Dashboard.”

— Andrew Sutton

CHICAGO, IL, UNITED STATES, February 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — At 8:00 a.m. Central on Saturday, February 27th, AIM Dental Marketing president Daniel A. "Danny" Bobrow, MBA (finance), MBA (marketing) will deliver an abbreviated version of his acclaimed Master The Art of First Impressions: Make Every Call An Appointment lecture.

Drawing upon his 31 years of experience, Bobrow will share and guide attendees through the mind and skill sets that make it simple to connect with any caller to schedule a solid and kept appointment.

Mr. Bobrow will reveal how to quickly and easily establish rapport, convey empathy, exude enthusiasm, ask the right questions in the right way at the right time, and employ effective listening technique to connect with and guide callers to a firm dental appointment.

Learn more about Bobrow's Lecture at: https://www.eventscribe.net/2021/CDSvMWM/agenda.asp?startdate=2/27/2021&enddate=2/27/2021&BCFO=V&pfp=Lectures&tn=&cpf2=&cus2=&pta=

Then at 11:00 a.m., Bobrow will Deliver Doing Well By Doing Good: Wrap Your Practice In A Blanket Of Caring. Attendees will be exposed to a dental practice builder that requires no selling, costs nothing to implement, enhances patient loyalty, encourages referrals, attracts new patients, builds team camaraderie, positions the dentist as a coveted media source, and does far more good for ones chosen cause than ever imagined possible.

Attendees will leave equipped with the skills to: reduce team turnover, enhance team engagement, increase job satisfaction, and generate more production from new and existing patients.

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Daniel A. ‘Danny’ Bobrow is President of AIM Dental Marketing. He is also Executive Director of Climb for a Cause, creator of The Art of First Impressions telephone skills mastery curriculum, host of the Practice Perfection web-based education series, and co-inventor of the Dental Marketing Dashboard.

Danny lectures nationwide, and has been published in numerous professional publications. He is a Certified mediator and arbitrator, Charter Member of the Speaking Consulting Network, and founding executive chair for the American Academy for Oral Systemic Health.

He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from The University of Illinois, and Masters of Business Administration Degrees (MBAs) in finance and marketing from The University of Chicago and K.U.L. Belgium, respectively.

His passions include skiing, cycling, adventure racing, kayaking, and mountaineering.

Danny is a certified health coach and personal trainer, which serves to round out his passion for helping professionals lead by example.

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Advancing a Career Through Online Learning Just Got Easier, and Faster With learnlogic®

SCOTTSDALE, AZ, USA, February 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — In a time of massive change, organizations and their employees need to develop new skills that are relevant in a time of disruption. The good news is, innovators like learnlogic® www.mylearnlogic.com have identified opportunities to serve both organizations and employees, through new technologies and better content. Founded by best-selling author Nicholas Webb, learnlogic® has developed a new technology called Nanopackets™. Nanopackets™, eliminates two-thirds of the wasted time to complete a course while at the same time increases student retention of critical job skills. These programs benefit both the employees and the enterprise they work for by providing lower training costs and better results.

Today organizations need to master certain core competencies. These core competencies include customer experience, customer service, innovation, ethical sales, communication skills, remote working, new leadership skills, and strategic excellence. learnlogic® certifications are a tapestry of the best training programs that deliver the highest degree of value to help organizations achieve sustainable growth and profitability. The programs also focus on a humanistic approach that encourages quality of work-life, inclusion, and diversity. The best organizations in the world are investing in their workforce through online certification training that helps them develop new and relevant skills in a time of massive change. These programs serve more than just the organization, it also serves the individuals that are looking for career advancement and better pay.

These fresh and fast online training programs begin rolling out on March 1st, 2021 and several new certification programs will be made available each month. Students and alumni receive a wide range of additional benefits including a significant discount on future programs. learnlogic® also provides discounted rates for organizations that are training multiple employees. Training programs include: Certified Master of Customer Experience, Certified Customer Relationship Advocate, Certified Disruptive Leader, Certified Master of Patient Experience, Innovation Superstar Master, Certified Customer Relationship Advocate, Certified Master of Patient Experience, Innovation Superstar Leader, Certified Master of Human Experience, Remote Work Certified, Certified Remote Workforce Leader, Patient Champion, Certified Impactful Communicator, Certified Patient Relationship Advocate, Customer Champion, and Certified Ethical Sales Professional.

For more information, visit https://mylearnlogic.com.

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About learnlogic®:
learnlogic® is a division of leaderlogic, LLC which is a Management Consulting Firm that provides enterprise excellence consulting and training to some of the top brands in the world. The founder of learnlogic® Nicholas Webb (Nick), is one of the world’s top keynote speakers, he has served as an Adjunct Professor and is a multiple number one best-selling author. Nick has educated tens of thousands of executives around the world through his keynote presentations. Nick realized that education itself needed to be reimagined. His idea was to leverage innovation and a higher degree of student engagement to provide far more value for both the student and the enterprise they serve. Nick invented the patent-pending NanoPacket™ technology that has a very high degree of content relevancy and density. This approach removes the fluff and increases content retention. Additionally, all of the content is based on fresh research that addresses current disruptions in the marketplace.

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Every Kid Sports Raising $10 Million to get 100,000 Low-Income Kids In Sports.

Strained family budgets and pandemic severely impacting youth sports. Covering registration fees for qualifying families will benefit kids and sports leagues.

We must all work together to help youth sports come back. We are excited to join Every Kid Sports to promote their national campaign so we can ensure youth sports survive and thrive.”

— Wayne Moss, Exec. Dir., National Council of Youth Sports

BEND, OREGON, UNITED STATES, February 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Every Kid Sports, a leading national non-profit organization that provides financial support to children of low-income families to pay sports registration fees, announces a national fundraising campaign to help address the growing cost barrier to youth sports participation.

Through their “We pay. Kids play.” campaign, Every Kid Sports has committed to raising $10 million in an effort to get 100,000 kids off the sidelines and into the game. With the support of organizations, foundations, brands, and individual donations, Every Kid Sports will level the paying field to playing youth sports.

Every Kid Sports will continue to offer their signature program, Every Kid Sports Pass, which provides qualified families up to $150 four times a year, per child, for participation in the sports of their child’s choice. Every Kid Sports encourages sport sampling, as research shows that playing a variety of sports allows for greater physical literacy, better socialization, and greater enjoyment in being physically and emotionally active. It prepares them for a lifetime of activity, connection, and positive experiences.

Executive Director Natalie Hummel states, “We believe in the power of youth sports to help kids reach their full potential and thrive in these difficult times. We are thrilled to be leading the charge on bringing major brands, sports organizations, families, and most importantly, the kids, together to equalize youth sports participation. Youth sports have been severely impacted by the pandemic and more families than ever will need help to register their kids for sports. We can’t wait to see how many kids we can impact through this great program.”

“The pandemic has severely impacted youth sports organizations across the country and we are very concerned that many of those organizations may not be able to reopen their doors.” stated Wayne Moss, Executive Director, National Council of Youth Sports. “We must all work together to help youth sports come back. We are excited to join Every Kid Sports to promote their national campaign so we can ensure youth sports survive and thrive.”

For more information or to learn more about Every Kid Sports please visit: www.everykidsports.org

About Every Kid Sports
Headquartered in Bend, Oregon Every Kid Sports is a national 501(c)(3), a 2021 GuideStar Platinum Transparency-awarded nonprofit organization that has worked since 2009 to provide a variety of sports-related opportunities designed to remove the financial barriers that typically prevent kids from being active through sports. Every Kid Sports has been recognized by The Aspen Institute as a 2019 Project Play Champion, as well as a recipient of the 2019 Beyond Sports Collective Impact Award for Reduced Inequalities. Partners in their work have included Nike, T-Mobile, Little League International and the National Basketball Players Association Foundation.

Bob Trygg
Every Kid Sports
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