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The show to help you get the tools to write a better story with your life.

Latest Episodes

215 Matt Bishop LMFT -- Engaging Student Anxiety Effectively

There's no question- students are suffering from anxiety at an alarming and unprecedented level. What do we do, as adults who care for them? How can we respond? And, in what ways are we the ones contributing to their anxiety? This episode is an important one. We believe every student deserves the opportunity to construct a meaningful life for themselves, but we know that they will be severely undercut if they can't thrive throughout their teenage years and get lost in the fog of anxiety. We invited Matt Bishop, LMFT, on the podcast this week to share his thoughts and expert point of view. -------- About Matt:Matt Bishop is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who works at Soul Care House in Mission Hills. A private practice and community of therapists in Mission Hills providing individual, couples and family therapy to the general population. Matt was born and raised in La Jolla and went on to graduate from San Diego State University with a bachelor's in psychology in 2011. In 2013 he graduated with his Masters in Counseling Psychology and is currently working on his dissertation as a doctoral candidate at Grand Canyon University researching the intersection between female clergy and mental health professionals. Matt began working with young people and parents in 2012 at North County Lifeline in Vista where he provided individual and group therapy to at-risk youth as well as and facilitated parenting workshops for the community. From there he went on to serve at the San Diego Rescue Mission as a director in their Recuperative Care Unit providing mental health counseling and case management to a challenging population. Since 2016, he returned to work with young people and their parents through Soul Care House. He emphasizes a holistic approach of psychological, emotional, physical, and spiritual healing to individuals seeking support in their overall wellbeing. Matt has spoken to various audiences in churches, nonprofits, community organizations, workplace staffs, and universities. In addition to being a therapist, Matt is a well-respected speaker and trainer and, in fact, serves on The YouSchool's broader team for Parent Education and Professional Development & Training. Speaking Topics: Technology and our Youth: Navigating the Complexity of the Smartphone Era • The trickle-down effect: Why a healthy relationship among parents leads to healthier kids • Body Image, Eating Disorders, and Young People • Talking to your Teen about Sex and Sexuality • Normal Teenage development: When is a mistake by your kid just a mistake and when is it a red flag pointing to a deeper issue? Contact Matt: MattBishopTherapy.com | matt@mattbishoptherapy.com

28 MIN3 d ago
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215 Matt Bishop LMFT -- Engaging Student Anxiety Effectively

214 Uncommon Assemblies for Culture Change with Donte Allen

As an Author and Speaker, Dontefocuses on building healthy relationships in our digital culture.While working in both urban and rural environments, Donte has helped many improve their self-esteem and build healthy relationships with others. Donte continues to use his writing and speaking platform to help others discover their purpose and teach them how to navigate through our digital age. Learn more about Donte's speaking topics We know it takes a lot for you to trust a new speaker, the last thing you want to do is break trust with your students and staff. So for a limited time, we're offering Uncommon Assemblies with Donte Allen for a ridiculously low price. Get in touch with us soon to coordinate and schedule!

12 MIN1 w ago
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214 Uncommon Assemblies for Culture Change with Donte Allen

213 Clearly Seeing Your School Culture

Your school culture has multiple dimensions, is constantly evolving, and is complex. You can’t possibly see everything at once, or by yourself. This is the start of a process to understand your current reality, and it requires humility, a willingness to see and understand, and patience. The best leaders who shape cultures to thrive are ones who look, listen, seek to understand, and invite other people to share- often and often and often. FLOURISHING SCHOOL CULTURES ARE CREATED AND CULTIVATED BY UNCOMMON LEADERS LEADING UNCOMMON TEAMS, DEDICATED TO AND CONSISTENTLY FOCUSED ON FUNDAMENTAL VALUES AND VISION. The first step towards any culture change or alignment is going through a process to clearly see your current school culture. We designed a tool you can use with your team, download it here. Read an accompanying article here.

13 MIN1 w ago
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213 Clearly Seeing Your School Culture

212 Cultural Architecture for Flourishing Schools with Brad Lichtman

What is education for? What is school for? On this brand new episode of 2020, we sit down with Brad Lichtman and have an in-depth conversation about leadership, culture, and how to create an environment where the natural result is human flourishing. Brad’s deep experience as a school administrator (High School Assistant Principal, High School Principal, and Assistant Superintendent) is matched by his stellar reputation as a leader of character and class. Read more about Brad's background and his work on our School Impact Team.

50 MIN2 w ago
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212 Cultural Architecture for Flourishing Schools with Brad Lichtman

211 Tracy Yates -- Cultivating Gratitude is Not That Hard

Tracy Yates is a founding staff member at Canyon Crest Academy, a high-achieving, large public high school in Carmel Valley San Diego. She's an English, Dance, and Health teacher, certified Wellness Coach, mother to five children, and has been through intense grief in losing her first husband but has chosen gratitude as a life practice- not just in her personal life and with her family, but also in the classroom. We put together a simple worksheet you can use in your family at the dinner table, in the car on a road trip, or in your classroom. It's not that hard to cultivate gratitude! The exercise is called Three Good Things, originally put together by Martin Seligman in his Masters of Applied Psychology class at the University of Pennsylvania. Download the worksheet here.

17 MIN2019 NOV 21
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211 Tracy Yates -- Cultivating Gratitude is Not That Hard

210 Shannon Alberts & Corrie Myers -- The Genius in Every Student

Inside of every student is the potential and desire to construct a meaningful life. But so many face significant challenges in discovering that meaningful life and most schools don't have deliberate plans to guide students to figure that out. What can a school do to come alongside students in that very pursuit, to redesign the student experience and provide the resources and guidance for students to flourish? Mrs. Alberts and Mrs. Myers, co-chairs of the English Department at Sage Creek High School helped launch the Genius Project several years ago, and are redesigning what students experience before they graduate. More info about Shannon More info about Corrie

29 MIN2019 NOV 14
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210 Shannon Alberts & Corrie Myers -- The Genius in Every Student

209 Leigh Cambra -- Guiding Students to Purpose Through Service

Middle and High School is a time ripe with self-expression and self-discovery. Students are searching for identity, purpose, and connection. Those dynamics don't just happen, students need to be guided through experiences, reflection, and conversations to find clarity. Community service is a tremendous opportunity to provide all three, and our guest this week, Leigh Cambra, health teachers, Link Crew teacher and former ASB Director helped students launch This Club Saves Lives, and she's seeing students discovering who they are and what they're made for. Bio High school health education teacher Leigh Cambra, Carmel Teachers Association, helps teens make the world a better place. She created the This Club Saves Lives club with her students several years ago; it has grown to 70+ members who together with students in her classes carry out significant community and global service projects. She has led student efforts to bring awareness and actions to end the water crisis and collect feminine hygiene products for homeless women. She spearheaded initiatives to collect socks for the homeless; fill backpacks with school supplies and distribute them to elementary school students; repair and decorate a local safe house for women who have been trafficked; and much more. (bio from CaliforniaEducator.org) Learn more about This Club Saves Lives Watch a quick video about Leigh

28 MIN2019 NOV 1
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209 Leigh Cambra -- Guiding Students to Purpose Through Service

208 Dr. Kim Jones -- Going Upstream to Help Kids Find Meaning and Purpose

Dr. Kim Jones of Palo Alto had a thriving practice as a pediatrician until she noticed a shift- more and more kids were coming in with anxiety and depression. Over time she realized she wanted to do more to support students upstream, not just in crisis intervention but to guide kids to discover meaning and purpose in their lives. Listen in on an important conversation between Scott Schimmel and Dr. Kim Jones. Also video available:https://vimeo.com/369211340

25 MIN2019 OCT 28
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208 Dr. Kim Jones -- Going Upstream to Help Kids Find Meaning and Purpose

207 Principal Jesse Schuveiller -- Home Court Advantage for Every Student

Before coming to Sage Creek, Schuveiller worked at a multitude of schools, including La Costa Canyon, Fallbrook High School, Del Norte High School and Park City High School. Not only has he held the role of assistant principal three times, but he has also been an English teacher, AVID teacher, varsity baseball coach and an English Department Chair. In the 2013-2014 school year, Schuveiller was named Fallbrook Union High School District’s teacher of the year and the following year was a San Diego County Teacher of the Year finalist. Read more about Jesse... (article excerpt from The Sage News)

21 MIN2019 OCT 16
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207 Principal Jesse Schuveiller -- Home Court Advantage for Every Student

206 Dr. Bryan Brockett -- Nurture + Challenge

What can a principal do to create a culture where the adults on a campus both care and nurture the social-emotional lives of their students AND challenge them to succeed academically? Dr. Bryan Brockett is the Principal of Carlsbad High School and a cultural architect who's designing an upside down world of high school where all students flourish. ----------------- 100:01:41,880 --> 00:02:00,150Scott Schimmel: Alright, Hey, everybody, this is the YouSchool podcast. I'm your host, Scott Schimmel, and I'm here with a friend of mine. That's also a colleague for the past couple of years. Bryan Brockett principal of Carlsbad High School, he's got a long resume as an educator inside schools and you'll give you a little synopsis of that. 200:02:00,150 --> 00:02:22,890But I just want to say thank you for, for participating taking time out of the day I, I've, as I get to know principals better, I don't know a more complex demanding job than what you do. And so the fact that you carve out even 20 minutes for me means a lot to me. So why don't you just going to share a little bit of your resume not to go into I was born in But what have you kind of been there done that in terms of your education career? 300:02:23,580 --> 00:03:02,370Dr. Bryan Brockett: Well, thanks for having me Actually, Scott, because I you know, as as I've told you, before, just carving out the 20 minutes to sit and talk and have some time to reflect is really valuable, as you know. So it's, it's, it's fun to be with you. But just my background. I'm from the area here in North County and in terms of education, I've taught at both the middle school and high school level. I've rancho santa fe middle school and Torrey Pines High School and then came into after 14 years in the classroom came into the administrative realm in Carlsbad here as an assistant principal at the middle school level and principal, the middle school level and now. It's my third year here at Carlsbad High School. 400:03:02,850 --> 00:03:17,430Scott Schimmel: What's your favorite role? I mean, obviously, you love your job now, in case your boss is listening, but what's been your favorite gig you've had? You know, you know, honestly, being a middle school assistant principal, which I know for a lot of people sounds like maybe 500:03:18,990 --> 00:03:59,970Dr. Bryan Brockett: that'd be a good reality show. Yeah, yeah, no, it's it. But that's a lot of fun. I think the one thing that I miss from being in the assistant principal role is, is you get a lot more hands on with working with students in that. And a lot of the kinds of things that we value in terms of coaching and supporting and really kind of digging in and get to know kids. You don't, I don't get as much opportunity to do that in my role. Now. That's one thing that I certainly Miss, and try to find ways to do and I'm always looking for ways to make sure that I'm connected with our kids and no, it's great. What would what would we if we got to go back in time and see what we like as a middle school teacher, like what would students say about you? How would they experience you we read the funding 600:04:00,000 --> 00:04:14,850I read the intense guy. Yeah, no, it's funny I was I was probably the the fun guy, I like to think that I, you know, got kids well prepared, I was a Spanish teacher. So, in that kind of language, you're always trying to, you know, make sure kids are prepared for the next level. 700:04:15,980 --> 00:04:52,460But I think that I was the guy that I coached as well. And that was really meaningful to me to get to know kids classroom and have that other connection with them. And then, you know, I think I would be that that fun guy that that could, you know, would when I was getting serious or getting, you know, like, to the point in class, and kids knew that that was time to pay attention because that that was, you know, I didn't have to, you know, raise my voice or those kinds of things very often, but sometimes you do a

27 MIN2019 OCT 9
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206 Dr. Bryan Brockett -- Nurture + Challenge

Latest Episodes

215 Matt Bishop LMFT -- Engaging Student Anxiety Effectively

There's no question- students are suffering from anxiety at an alarming and unprecedented level. What do we do, as adults who care for them? How can we respond? And, in what ways are we the ones contributing to their anxiety? This episode is an important one. We believe every student deserves the opportunity to construct a meaningful life for themselves, but we know that they will be severely undercut if they can't thrive throughout their teenage years and get lost in the fog of anxiety. We invited Matt Bishop, LMFT, on the podcast this week to share his thoughts and expert point of view. -------- About Matt:Matt Bishop is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who works at Soul Care House in Mission Hills. A private practice and community of therapists in Mission Hills providing individual, couples and family therapy to the general population. Matt was born and raised in La Jolla and went on to graduate from San Diego State University with a bachelor's in psychology in 2011. In 2013 he graduated with his Masters in Counseling Psychology and is currently working on his dissertation as a doctoral candidate at Grand Canyon University researching the intersection between female clergy and mental health professionals. Matt began working with young people and parents in 2012 at North County Lifeline in Vista where he provided individual and group therapy to at-risk youth as well as and facilitated parenting workshops for the community. From there he went on to serve at the San Diego Rescue Mission as a director in their Recuperative Care Unit providing mental health counseling and case management to a challenging population. Since 2016, he returned to work with young people and their parents through Soul Care House. He emphasizes a holistic approach of psychological, emotional, physical, and spiritual healing to individuals seeking support in their overall wellbeing. Matt has spoken to various audiences in churches, nonprofits, community organizations, workplace staffs, and universities. In addition to being a therapist, Matt is a well-respected speaker and trainer and, in fact, serves on The YouSchool's broader team for Parent Education and Professional Development & Training. Speaking Topics: Technology and our Youth: Navigating the Complexity of the Smartphone Era • The trickle-down effect: Why a healthy relationship among parents leads to healthier kids • Body Image, Eating Disorders, and Young People • Talking to your Teen about Sex and Sexuality • Normal Teenage development: When is a mistake by your kid just a mistake and when is it a red flag pointing to a deeper issue? Contact Matt: MattBishopTherapy.com | matt@mattbishoptherapy.com

28 MIN3 d ago
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215 Matt Bishop LMFT -- Engaging Student Anxiety Effectively

214 Uncommon Assemblies for Culture Change with Donte Allen

As an Author and Speaker, Dontefocuses on building healthy relationships in our digital culture.While working in both urban and rural environments, Donte has helped many improve their self-esteem and build healthy relationships with others. Donte continues to use his writing and speaking platform to help others discover their purpose and teach them how to navigate through our digital age. Learn more about Donte's speaking topics We know it takes a lot for you to trust a new speaker, the last thing you want to do is break trust with your students and staff. So for a limited time, we're offering Uncommon Assemblies with Donte Allen for a ridiculously low price. Get in touch with us soon to coordinate and schedule!

12 MIN1 w ago
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214 Uncommon Assemblies for Culture Change with Donte Allen

213 Clearly Seeing Your School Culture

Your school culture has multiple dimensions, is constantly evolving, and is complex. You can’t possibly see everything at once, or by yourself. This is the start of a process to understand your current reality, and it requires humility, a willingness to see and understand, and patience. The best leaders who shape cultures to thrive are ones who look, listen, seek to understand, and invite other people to share- often and often and often. FLOURISHING SCHOOL CULTURES ARE CREATED AND CULTIVATED BY UNCOMMON LEADERS LEADING UNCOMMON TEAMS, DEDICATED TO AND CONSISTENTLY FOCUSED ON FUNDAMENTAL VALUES AND VISION. The first step towards any culture change or alignment is going through a process to clearly see your current school culture. We designed a tool you can use with your team, download it here. Read an accompanying article here.

13 MIN1 w ago
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213 Clearly Seeing Your School Culture

212 Cultural Architecture for Flourishing Schools with Brad Lichtman

What is education for? What is school for? On this brand new episode of 2020, we sit down with Brad Lichtman and have an in-depth conversation about leadership, culture, and how to create an environment where the natural result is human flourishing. Brad’s deep experience as a school administrator (High School Assistant Principal, High School Principal, and Assistant Superintendent) is matched by his stellar reputation as a leader of character and class. Read more about Brad's background and his work on our School Impact Team.

50 MIN2 w ago
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212 Cultural Architecture for Flourishing Schools with Brad Lichtman

211 Tracy Yates -- Cultivating Gratitude is Not That Hard

Tracy Yates is a founding staff member at Canyon Crest Academy, a high-achieving, large public high school in Carmel Valley San Diego. She's an English, Dance, and Health teacher, certified Wellness Coach, mother to five children, and has been through intense grief in losing her first husband but has chosen gratitude as a life practice- not just in her personal life and with her family, but also in the classroom. We put together a simple worksheet you can use in your family at the dinner table, in the car on a road trip, or in your classroom. It's not that hard to cultivate gratitude! The exercise is called Three Good Things, originally put together by Martin Seligman in his Masters of Applied Psychology class at the University of Pennsylvania. Download the worksheet here.

17 MIN2019 NOV 21
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211 Tracy Yates -- Cultivating Gratitude is Not That Hard

210 Shannon Alberts & Corrie Myers -- The Genius in Every Student

Inside of every student is the potential and desire to construct a meaningful life. But so many face significant challenges in discovering that meaningful life and most schools don't have deliberate plans to guide students to figure that out. What can a school do to come alongside students in that very pursuit, to redesign the student experience and provide the resources and guidance for students to flourish? Mrs. Alberts and Mrs. Myers, co-chairs of the English Department at Sage Creek High School helped launch the Genius Project several years ago, and are redesigning what students experience before they graduate. More info about Shannon More info about Corrie

29 MIN2019 NOV 14
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210 Shannon Alberts & Corrie Myers -- The Genius in Every Student

209 Leigh Cambra -- Guiding Students to Purpose Through Service

Middle and High School is a time ripe with self-expression and self-discovery. Students are searching for identity, purpose, and connection. Those dynamics don't just happen, students need to be guided through experiences, reflection, and conversations to find clarity. Community service is a tremendous opportunity to provide all three, and our guest this week, Leigh Cambra, health teachers, Link Crew teacher and former ASB Director helped students launch This Club Saves Lives, and she's seeing students discovering who they are and what they're made for. Bio High school health education teacher Leigh Cambra, Carmel Teachers Association, helps teens make the world a better place. She created the This Club Saves Lives club with her students several years ago; it has grown to 70+ members who together with students in her classes carry out significant community and global service projects. She has led student efforts to bring awareness and actions to end the water crisis and collect feminine hygiene products for homeless women. She spearheaded initiatives to collect socks for the homeless; fill backpacks with school supplies and distribute them to elementary school students; repair and decorate a local safe house for women who have been trafficked; and much more. (bio from CaliforniaEducator.org) Learn more about This Club Saves Lives Watch a quick video about Leigh

28 MIN2019 NOV 1
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209 Leigh Cambra -- Guiding Students to Purpose Through Service

208 Dr. Kim Jones -- Going Upstream to Help Kids Find Meaning and Purpose

Dr. Kim Jones of Palo Alto had a thriving practice as a pediatrician until she noticed a shift- more and more kids were coming in with anxiety and depression. Over time she realized she wanted to do more to support students upstream, not just in crisis intervention but to guide kids to discover meaning and purpose in their lives. Listen in on an important conversation between Scott Schimmel and Dr. Kim Jones. Also video available:https://vimeo.com/369211340

25 MIN2019 OCT 28
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208 Dr. Kim Jones -- Going Upstream to Help Kids Find Meaning and Purpose

207 Principal Jesse Schuveiller -- Home Court Advantage for Every Student

Before coming to Sage Creek, Schuveiller worked at a multitude of schools, including La Costa Canyon, Fallbrook High School, Del Norte High School and Park City High School. Not only has he held the role of assistant principal three times, but he has also been an English teacher, AVID teacher, varsity baseball coach and an English Department Chair. In the 2013-2014 school year, Schuveiller was named Fallbrook Union High School District’s teacher of the year and the following year was a San Diego County Teacher of the Year finalist. Read more about Jesse... (article excerpt from The Sage News)

21 MIN2019 OCT 16
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207 Principal Jesse Schuveiller -- Home Court Advantage for Every Student

206 Dr. Bryan Brockett -- Nurture + Challenge

What can a principal do to create a culture where the adults on a campus both care and nurture the social-emotional lives of their students AND challenge them to succeed academically? Dr. Bryan Brockett is the Principal of Carlsbad High School and a cultural architect who's designing an upside down world of high school where all students flourish. ----------------- 100:01:41,880 --> 00:02:00,150Scott Schimmel: Alright, Hey, everybody, this is the YouSchool podcast. I'm your host, Scott Schimmel, and I'm here with a friend of mine. That's also a colleague for the past couple of years. Bryan Brockett principal of Carlsbad High School, he's got a long resume as an educator inside schools and you'll give you a little synopsis of that. 200:02:00,150 --> 00:02:22,890But I just want to say thank you for, for participating taking time out of the day I, I've, as I get to know principals better, I don't know a more complex demanding job than what you do. And so the fact that you carve out even 20 minutes for me means a lot to me. So why don't you just going to share a little bit of your resume not to go into I was born in But what have you kind of been there done that in terms of your education career? 300:02:23,580 --> 00:03:02,370Dr. Bryan Brockett: Well, thanks for having me Actually, Scott, because I you know, as as I've told you, before, just carving out the 20 minutes to sit and talk and have some time to reflect is really valuable, as you know. So it's, it's, it's fun to be with you. But just my background. I'm from the area here in North County and in terms of education, I've taught at both the middle school and high school level. I've rancho santa fe middle school and Torrey Pines High School and then came into after 14 years in the classroom came into the administrative realm in Carlsbad here as an assistant principal at the middle school level and principal, the middle school level and now. It's my third year here at Carlsbad High School. 400:03:02,850 --> 00:03:17,430Scott Schimmel: What's your favorite role? I mean, obviously, you love your job now, in case your boss is listening, but what's been your favorite gig you've had? You know, you know, honestly, being a middle school assistant principal, which I know for a lot of people sounds like maybe 500:03:18,990 --> 00:03:59,970Dr. Bryan Brockett: that'd be a good reality show. Yeah, yeah, no, it's it. But that's a lot of fun. I think the one thing that I miss from being in the assistant principal role is, is you get a lot more hands on with working with students in that. And a lot of the kinds of things that we value in terms of coaching and supporting and really kind of digging in and get to know kids. You don't, I don't get as much opportunity to do that in my role. Now. That's one thing that I certainly Miss, and try to find ways to do and I'm always looking for ways to make sure that I'm connected with our kids and no, it's great. What would what would we if we got to go back in time and see what we like as a middle school teacher, like what would students say about you? How would they experience you we read the funding 600:04:00,000 --> 00:04:14,850I read the intense guy. Yeah, no, it's funny I was I was probably the the fun guy, I like to think that I, you know, got kids well prepared, I was a Spanish teacher. So, in that kind of language, you're always trying to, you know, make sure kids are prepared for the next level. 700:04:15,980 --> 00:04:52,460But I think that I was the guy that I coached as well. And that was really meaningful to me to get to know kids classroom and have that other connection with them. And then, you know, I think I would be that that fun guy that that could, you know, would when I was getting serious or getting, you know, like, to the point in class, and kids knew that that was time to pay attention because that that was, you know, I didn't have to, you know, raise my voice or those kinds of things very often, but sometimes you do a

27 MIN2019 OCT 9
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206 Dr. Bryan Brockett -- Nurture + Challenge
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