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Join UIF founder Tim Ray and Dr. Amy Dayries on UI radio for great discussion on intentions in the world of Holistic Dentistry.
Dr. Amy Dayries DMD has practiced dentistry for the last 19 years in Roswell, Georgia. Dr. Dayries has a passion for dentistry, nutrition, and gardening. A graduate of Emory University and Georgia Regents University, Dr. Dayries values treating patients like her own family, and she addresses dental needs while considering the whole person in her chair. She frequently applies her knowledge of herbs and vitamin supplements in her treatment suggestions.
Log onto unitedintentions.org and create, track and manifest your passions... one intention at a time.
On tonight's show Amy shares how she uses essential oils as part of her dental care routine.
*Amy and Jennifer are independent distributors of Young Living Essential Oils. All opinions and experiences are our own and are in no way from Young Living. Consult with a beauty care professional to see if essential oils are right for you.
We are meeting with Scott Mortier-Business Development for Dental Fix Rx franchise opportunity— Dental Fix Rx is a fast-growing mobile dental equipment repair service franchise and has landed on Franchise Times magazine’s 2015 Top 200+ list of top revenue producing U.S.-based franchises. Business Development at Dental Fix Rx. Some of the questions we ask Scott are the following:
• Tell us about Dental Fix Rx and what services you provide.
• How big is the dental equipment repair industry? Is it growing?
• How do dental offices benefit from working with Dental Fix Rx?
• Are there any competitors?
• How big is the company today? How many franchisees/units do you have in the system?
• How many states are you in? Where are you looking to expand Dental Fix Rx? In what regions of the United States are you seeing the greatest opportunities for growth?
• How many units do you plan to open by the end of the year/in the next three years?
• Who are your ideal franchisees?
• Tell us about some of your All-Star franchisees. What are their backgrounds?
• I read that you offer a franchise guarantee – that’s unique. Can you tell us about this promise?
The Student Section is a Bloguin site that's dedicated to covering college football and basketball the way that it should be covered. It is a place for original commentary and analysis, untethered to conventional thinking and the trends which permeate a lot of the college football media realm. If you can't stand certain outlets in Bristol, Connecticut, that seem to promote one or two lines of thought throughout a full college football season, you'll find something refreshingly different at The Student Section.
Tonight's guests include:
Mike Ferguson from Noledout
Phil Harrison of Talking10.com and big10news.com
Managing Editor Matt Zemek
USING DATA TO IMPROVE OUTCOMES IN STUDENT ATHLETE SAFETY
Darryl Nance, Director of Athletics for Greenville (SC) schools and Joe Hawkins , Founder and president of Planet HS, one of the more unique ed companies out there providing such data for extra-curricular activities.
Who better to help us tackle today's topics than Mr. Doughroller.net, Rob Berger (...and the Doughroller podcast, too!) Does it matter whether you attend an online university or a name brand college? Is student loan debt the next big bubble? Is an English degree a great gift to help you begin life?
We tackle these important topics and more with regular panelists Greg McFarlane (Control Your Cash & Investopedia) and Paula Pant (AffordAnything).
Thanks to MagnifyMoney.com and SoFi for sponsoring today's podcast!
Our December 2015 show features Dr. Seth Gershenson's research on how student-teacher demographic match effects teacher expectations.
Seth Gershenson is an Assistant Professor of Public Policy in American University’s School of Public Affairs and a Research Fellow at the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA Bonn). His primary research interests are in the economics of education, specifically issues relating to teacher labor markets, parents’ and students’ time use, summer learning loss, the development of character skills, and the role of expectations in the education production function. Dr. Gershenson’s research has been supported by the W.E. Upjohn Institute, the Spencer Foundation, and the American Educational Research Association and has been published in peer-reviewed journals such as the Economics of Education Review, American Educational Research Journal, Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, Education Finance and Policy, and Educational Researcher. More information about his research is available on his website: http://www.sethgershenson.com/.
Join us at 2pm on December 16 for a powerful discussion on some groundbreaking research.