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Being a working mom is hard. Hear from women like you on how they make it work. If you’re trying to balance your family, career, make sure everyone is fed and *maybe* even wash your hair, this is the podcast for you. Featuring real moms throughout every stage of motherhood. Follow on Insta @AfterDaycareDropOff and listen to us after you do just that.
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I’m a single... divorced 40 yr old tattooer , not allowed to work, running out of money , i’m locked inside the house for self quarantine because of the Coronavirus .... oh and I’m doing it all with a 3yr old boy. & a corgi. Follow me along as I try not to lose my shit, keep my house clean, maybe fold some laundry and teach this boy some manners........this could get interesting
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In this week’s TV Daycare Conversation, I spoke with Maria Barrs. She started reporting in a very small northern California station and worked her way up to News Director at Fox 4 in Dallas. She then became General Manager of a station in Sacramento. Now, she’s stopped covering crimes and is instead writing about them. Her first full length novel i…
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Scott Thompson started interviewing people at recess in elementary school and is now in the Oklahoma Journalist Hall of Fame. Along the way he won numerous awards and a treasure trove of experiences. In the TV Daycare Conversation, he explains how his career began with an unfortunate death in Jefferson City, Missouri.…
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If you are going to last in television journalism, you have to embrace change. No one knows this better than Chip Mahaney, who is the subject of this week's TV Daycare Conversation. He helped bring dozens of newsrooms into the computer age, some of them kicking and screaming. He started in Sports and then made the jump into news. Now, he helps new …
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Shane Deitert blew up long before he worked the assignment desks at CNN and Fox News, and I mean that literally. In the TV Daycare Conversation, Shane explains how he got interested in journalism at a young age, served his country in the U.S. Navy, and then learned some valuable lessons in newsrooms across the country.…
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Most of the people who I interview for the TV Daycare podcast start out in small tv stations covering city council meetings, looking for ways to make them interesting. This week, I had the honor of talking with living legend Bill Gallagher, who started his career on the other side of the microphone. Along the way, Bill won numerous awards, includin…
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Rebecca Aguilar is a 7-time Emmy winning reporter and media consultant who got her start in Toledo, Ohio. During her career, she has worked in Dallas, Phoenix, Chicago, and several more. She is a mentor to many up-and-coming journalists, and has a Masters of Journalism from the University of North Texas.…
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Keith Elkins is a former reporter who can accurately say that he filmed many of his stories starting out. Keith’s path has taken him from the back roads of Alabama to the skies over Austin and Killeen. I’ve had the pleasure of working with him twice in Austin, first at FOX 7 and then again at CBS Austin. I hope you enjoy the TV Daycare Conversation…
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Reba Hollingsworth is a morning anchor at WTVR in Richmond, Virginia, but she got her start in Victoria, Texas. During her career she has reported stories in some of the smallest and biggest television markets in America. In the TV Daycare Conversation, we talk about how taking a tour of Texas with her father and great timing made it all possible. …
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Brian Sasser started at KTXS in Abilene, Texas as a feature reporter, which is a job that mostly doesn't exist anymore in smaller markets. He didn't stay in the Big Country for long, thanks to some great reporting and his ability to grasp new opportunities. Before leaving television news, Brian became a successful field and investigative unit produ…
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Kevin Kelly's start in television news is the epitome of not looking before you leap. When you hear him tell it, you'll be amazed that it isn't a work of fiction. Since then, he has become an Emmy and Edward R. Murrow award-winning journalist and part of the longest serving anchor team in Little Rock, Arkansas. A small warning -- I experienced a fe…
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Patrick Quinn started in broadcasting earlier than most people, with a radio internship at the age of 13. He's been charting his own path ever since. He has experience as a radio DJ, producer, assignment editor, executive producer, and Voice Over talent. I can't wait for you to hear the stories he has about tackling everything from live sports prod…
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In this episode, we shine a light on the Coxsackie virus, a family of viruses notorious for causing a range of symptoms from mild to severe. The symptoms are fever, sore throat, and skin rashes, along with the potential complications like myocarditis. Treatment includes Ibuprofen or acetaminophen to relieve discomfort. Topical ointments, such as zi…
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Donna Terrell is an award-winning anchor at KLRT FOX 16 in Little Rock, Arkansas. She has been at the station for close to twenty years, after getting her start in Battle Creek, Michigan. Despite all of her success at stations in South Bend, Indiana, Cleveland, and Detroit, Donna’s career almost didn’t happen. We talk about that and the unique chal…
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Pam Vaught retired from FOX 7/KTBC after more than 20 years of running the news department. It capped off a career that started with a phone call and a big decision in Indianapolis. Over the years, Pam produced in some great stations before moving into a managerial role. She has inspired countless journalists, including yours truly. We talked about…
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Paul Brown is currently a morning anchor at Northern News Now in Duluth, Minnesota. It's a long way from where he got his start in journalism as a reporter for the Brownwood Bulletin in Texas. He made the jump to television at KRBC in Abilene, Texas, a city that would play an important role in his career.…
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TV Daycare is an exploration of beginnings. Every anchor and reporter you see on tv or follow on social media started somewhere. In the TV Daycare podcast, I'll ask the not-so-tough, 100% biased questions you never knew you needed answered. My goal? Catch up with my friends in the news business, while pulling back the curtain on how they got their …
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“The administration’s commitment to securing an additional robust long-term investment in child care through the historic $600 billion child care and universal preschool proposals is mind blowing. This is a direct result of the work of thousands of parents, providers, system leaders, and advocates that continue to make their voices heard about the …
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Hey there, welcome to our podcast episode all about finding your team or tribe! I'm really excited to dive into this topic because I truly believe that having the right people around you can make all the difference in achieving your goals and living a fulfilling life.Whether you're an entrepreneur, a creative, or just someone who wants to surround …
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Pitch Decks are presentations that consist of several slides that help you tell a compelling story about your business. Do not confuse a pitch deck with a proposal. You still need to write proposals to pin point what was said in the pitch. ****If you’re ready to level up your income and live life on your terms join the Spectacular Smith Social Medi…
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https://www.ccf.ny.gov/council-initiatives/nysb5/faqs/ AND https://sam.gov/content/duns-uei. If you are interested in the b5 grant check the website frequently for updates. Ifyou have a DUNS number as well check out the updated information using the link above.
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CCAoA is having a webinar to provide knowledge about funding https://learning.childcareaware.org/products/introduction-to-federal-funding-webinar-training-series?utm_campaign=Advocacy&utm_medium=email&_hsmi=250206479&_hsenc=p2ANqtz--hKbxppU-tvC23uXGh65Bi0mUf3VXBkiK7GtHOEwin6-XbEiG8lkTCiQfIIojyPMb-VJkFMFifGSDm5c3IZx0iZnOxHEWB7v2Pjdsq2HAzYnDXO4Y&utm_…
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Miss Jackie and Miss Caraline will be discussing their background as well as their opinions on working in the education field with podcast host Michelle Cooper (Tune in to find out the details) Here are some questions they will be answering: ..... What is your WHY? What gets you out of bed everyday? ..... What keeps you in the field? ..... What is …
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Not only are we providing for the children we care for, we are providing to parents reassurance that their children are receiving quality care. Join us on March 4th at 4pm on zoom to discuss our new community resource provider group. Krystal Kernall is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: The Providers Society: Information Session Time:…
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Sometimes we get so consumed by competing and comparing we lose sight of our purpose..This episode is me talking to the old me when I was just getting started. Me talking to all of my peers who see themselves as my “competitors”. This one is for YOU, new daycare owner.
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Governor Hochul presented the 2023 State of the State Address which included a broad sweeping agenda to overhaul New York’s child care system. This link contains additional details about the three part plan which focuses on: making it easier for families to access financial assistance for which they are eligible; providing direct support to the chi…
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Start by finding out if you need to be licensed or registered to provide care l. Some programs may not need to be licensed or registered depending on their size and the children they serve. To watch the video please click the link below https://loom.com/invite/2e43ba24634c48d2909219fa40c90f72
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HAPPY NEW YEAR!! If you have been wanting to open a daycare facility and haven’t done so yet, THIS YEAR IS YOUR YEAR. You have the passion for teaching, you are a nurturer, YOU ARE A BOSS. So open that daycare, no fear, no over-thinking. Subscribe to my youtube channel Kernall Family Child Care, follow me on instagram @kernallfamilychildcare @__kry…
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"Compound Effect" Book Review Talking points Chapters1-2 Magic Penny Conscious decisions Tracking Beware of how you choose to spend those 24 hrs Ownership Focus on the Journey Personal Responsibility Your actions will cause a ripple effect Be open minded! Embrace different cultures! Be a chameleon :)…
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Roku instead of Netflix! There's always a lesson in everything you do Manifestation and visualization Your mindset can make or break anything Aaron Abke: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKVRMm6i0kgjx2DuE6rNOZWSNCLZZN4Bj The book “The Alchemist”- Paulo Coelho Clark Kegley: https://youtube.com/c/Clarkdanger Law of Attraction Coaching: https://yout…
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Hello! - Future children need a positive base to excel positively - Teachers need to set the stage for learning :) - Reality - burnout - Passion is important to understand their why. That why is going to get you through those tough times. - You need energy and understanding to be able to help children through their struggles - Don't give up! - What…
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Communication with Leadership Conscious classroom certification model-Consulting company Connection and Service Looking for that Light bulb moment Self-Reflection: Push yourself out of comfort zone Communication with Staff members Informal: relationship building Formal: schedule, policies Nonverbal: face and body movements Everyone has different st…
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Beth Cannon's website https://bethcannonspeaks.com How important an electronic manual is for your business Importance of Employee and Parent Handbook What sets you apart from other employers? Importance to catering to your new hires demographic Importance of doing things to retain your staff Tips and Tricks to keep your classroom engaged…
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Rae Pica is the Author of 22 books and she has been an ECE consultant for over 40 years. I encourage everyone to visit her website Raepica.com. You can sign up for some free resources, her newsletter one of her very affordable classes. It will not disappoint! In this episode, Rae gives us all kinds of information on transitions and some Words of wi…
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Classroom management: What is it and how you do it? Classroom tone/vibe/culture is different for each classroom, Assessing ourselves to determine our classroom management style. Look at our weaknesses and strengths. Benefits of routine and being consistent. Importance of self reflection and self assessment. FFC: Fair Firm and Consistent Relationshi…
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Robin Lindals-Hill. is an Early Childhood Education teacher from Alberta, Canada. She has been in the ECE field for 25 years. Currently she works with children in the preschool age group. She has a diploma in Child Psychology, Early Learning and Childcare as well as a diploma in Early Childhood Montessori. She creates resources for teachers, educat…
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Today I interview Rachel Elias. S he is currently a Director of a Corporate franchised Child Care Center in Long Island. I find it remarkable that she is a Director of a large center at only 27 years old. She holds a Master Degree is Childhood Education. We have an open and honest conversations about the struggles of running a child care center rig…
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Nancy Koplan. She is an EC educator, recording artist, and performer from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Her 6 albums feature songs that serve as a means to memorize information, like the names of planets, continents and oceans. She has many songs that develop coping mechanisms, like regulating breathing and using reassuring language and songs that guid…
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