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Rob Tong from the Youth Baseball Edge blog interviews experts in youth baseball and related fields as they share their practical, actionable secrets for youth baseball success. Discover coaching tips, resources, drills, practice plans, strategies and much more so that you can help develop a more complete ballplayer and team. Understand how pitching, hitting, catching, fielding, baserunning, throwing, infield and outfield defense, bunting, pre-game routines, the mental game, practice organiza ...
 
Sandy Pardue and Dana Salisbury of Classic Practice Resources discuss issues facing the dental practice owner of today. This podcast show features the movers and shakers of the dental industry as well as opinion leaders. Enjoy the fun, laid-back vibe as things get real. Dana has been in dentistry for over 15 years. She first entered the industry at the ripe old age of 18 years old selling a crown and bridge removal system. She left to go to college and worked part-time, moving to full-time a ...
 
The Bar Exam Drills Podcast is a periodic podcast where we answer bar exam related questions and also comment on legal implications of current events. The Bar Study Motivation Podcast episodes will interview an attorney sharing their own struggle through the Bar Exam, in which - they eventually triumphed! Any questions may be directed to podcast@barexamdrills.com.
 
When it comes to verb forms, it's always the same problem: lack of speed. You understand the tense, and when you write, you can eventually put it together. But when you speak, you stumble, hesitate, have to stop to think and "write it" in your head... It's very frustrating. These French Verb Drills are designed to help you memorize the verb forms, and the way they are pronounced in French today. The aim is not to explain the tenses, nor to help you figure out how to construct them, but to he ...
 
“QualityTime-ESL” podcasts are clearly spoken, "interactive" oral exercises to learn everyday, global and even business English. The emphasis is on grammar, correct usage and pronunciation. They provide excellent oral and written preparation for international exams. Transcripts and worksheets are available on the website. The accent is American. Questions and comments to: marianne@qualitytime-esl.com.
 
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This has happened to all of us! We call a patient to confirm their appointment but they don't answer. You call them again... and still no answer. Do you just consider them as a cancellation, a no-show, do you double book that time slot just in case, are you just going to hope they show up and leave them on the schedule?! Sandy Pardue gives us the e…
 
What do you do for entry-level players, be they tee-ballers or 10U? Justin Sherman from justintimebaseball.com shares his techniques for helping the kids who need the most help. This is part 1 of a two-part interview. Plus Rob answers the Question of the Week about whether 18-20 players is too big for a varsity team. Please let us (and others) know…
 
In this episode Sandy shares with us the 4 key actions that you must create. This is 4 specific lists that you must create in your practice, and then it forms into a system! This system will prevent empty slots in your schedule, contribute to more collections, meet the needs of your patients who NEED to be seen soon, and minimizing unscheduled trea…
 
In this episode Sandy Pardue gives us her "3 Day Report" that will increase collections and decrease broken appointments. This will also answer the main question "should we schedule the patient first and then collect payment OR collect payment and then schedule the patient"? Sandy teaches us step by step how to do this. We also discuss scripts on w…
 
This was a VERY hot topic so Sandy and I decided to dive further into it and even provide you with scripts and cancellation policies to format and say. We need to understand that broken appointments WILL happen but it should not be the norm. We need to also understand that charging patients for this is a band-aid to the problem, not the solution. S…
 
Finishing our discussion of catcher attack angle from the previous episode, Jay Weaver from catchingcamp.com also jumps into one-knee stances for youth catchers as well as simple methods for youth catchers to call pitches and pickoffs. This is part 2 of a two-part interview. Plus Rob answers the Question of the Week about considerations for doing w…
 
In this episode we discuss a situation where an employee was sexually harassed by an existing patient. This really happened! This could also happen in your practice. So what are the proper steps and procedures to take when this occurs? Do you let it slide once? Do you address the patient in that moment? Do you call the authorities?! In this episode…
 
What is catcher attack angle when receiving? Why is it useful and how do I teach it to my youth catchers? Jay Weaver from catchingcamp.com discusses this significant new development in catching in part 1 of a two-part interview. Plus Rob answers the Question of the Week about how to defend against overly aggressive 3B baserunners in 8U. Please let …
 
Perry Hill, the first base coach and infield coach for the Seattle Mariners, breaks down how you can properly train your second basemen (plus the remainder of our chat on first base play). This is part 2 of a two-part interview. Plus Rob answers the Question of the Week about how to help kids new to kid pitch get over the fear of getting hit by pit…
 
If catchers wear the "tools of ignorance", then first basemen play the "position of neglect" because many youth coaches don't teach much to their first basemen even though it is a highly important position. Perry Hill, the first base coach and infield coach for the Seattle Mariners, breaks down how you can properly train your first basemen. This is…
 
What is "drive" in pitching and is it important? Zak Doan, whose clients range from youth pitchers to Gerrit Cole, shares his thoughts on the subject as well as other pitching issues. Part 2 of a two-part interview. Plus Rob answers the Question of the Week about how to help a kid who's hitting grounders in games but fly balls in practices. Please …
 
How can we help our young athletes to improve their pitching accuracy? Zak Doan, who works with youth pitchers and whose most famous client is Gerrit Cole, shares some helpful pointers to help kids throw the ball with more accuracy. This is part 1 of a two-part interview. Plus Rob answers the Question of the Week about how to get over the feeling o…
 
How can we create more positive experiences in youth baseball? How do we help youth athletes are struggling to succeed in baseball? Deven Morgan, Director of Youth Baseball at Driveline Baseball, shares some ideas to help kids have more positive experiences. Plus Rob answers the Question of the Week about whether any GameChanger stats can be used t…
 
Training youth pitchers is not easy (safe to say that's an understatement). What does Driveline do and recommend? Deven Morgan, the Director of Youth Baseball at Driveline Baseball, shares some tips in part one of this two-part interview. Plus Rob answers the Question of the Week about how to help a batter who mashes in training but is late to load…
 
The episode starts off with the procedural aspects of attaining a California License to Practice Law including important dates and deadlines.We note that it was originally more hours in a tiered requirement format based on which bar exam you achieved 1390, but then was then finally ordered by the Supreme Court at a uniform 300 hours for everyone.Ne…
 
We start out the episode with a brief background from both Dr. Sherman and Andrew Sherman.We then set in to pre-thought out questions which are a culmination of questions and concerns brought up to both Andrew and San in regards to bar prep every examination cycle. The first question has to do with what Dr. Sherman refers to as “micromanaging the p…
 
2020 may have been a crazy year but there were still youth baseball lessons to be learned. Host Rob Tong looks back on 2020 and distills many things he learned into eight lessons that he shares in this episode. Plus Rob answers the Question of the Week about whether 8U kids should give verbal pre-pitch defensive reminders. Please let us (and others…
 
Our FOURTEENTH episode, where Jennifer Venable, or Jen-Ven as I affectionately like to call her, shares her bar exam journey!We start by reminiscing about our alma mater, Trinity Law School in Santa Ana, CA.We then talk about a challenge to all those who are planning to sit for the February 2021 Bar Exam and plan on using the BED app.Next, Jen-Ven …
 
We start out the episode with congratulations as Bekki just received her passing result from the October 2020 exam just 2 days prior.Bekki then shares her opinion on taking a break from the bar exam due to “bar fatigue”. (Short answer: don’t take a break!)Next, we discuss learning through repetition in the BED app.As Bekki shares, clearing headspac…
 
Steve Ferroli says three crucial things are killing youth baseball. Is the sport of youth baseball—and the millions of kids participating in it—in serious danger? Does youth baseball need to be saved? Can it be? This is part two of a two-part interview. Plus Rob (and Deven Morgan, the Director of Youth Baseball at Driveline Baseball) answer the Que…
 
What can the Science of Hitting teach you about hitting, and can you improve on the Science of Hitting? Steve Ferroli, the personally-chosen successor to Ted Williams' theory of hitting shares some of his thoughts in part one of a two-part interview. Plus Rob answers the Question of the Week about what travel teams can do in-between games at tourna…
 
Learn from one of the best as Tom Griffin breaks down more advanced basics for catchers with the finer points of receiving, blocking and throwing, plus strategies, in part two of a two-part interview. Plus Rob (and Nick Esposito) answer the Question of the Week about how to help nine-year-olds build strength for pitching. Please let us (and others)…
 
In this episode we're going to cover the descending tritone interval, the whole half diminished scale, the Lydian chord, minor 7th arpeggio and we'll add the III to our minor chord progressions. Echo Drills is an ear training podcast that aims to help musicians of all levels improve their musical ear. You can find it on Apple podcasts, Spotify, and…
 
If receiving, blocking and throwing are the fundamental aspects of the catcher position, what are the key teaching points of those aspects? What information goes beyond the basics for your catchers to give them more of an edge? Tom Griffin shares some helpful tips in part one of a two-part interview. Plus Rob answers the Question of the Week about …
 
Practice planning is one of the most frequently asked topics for youth coaches. With so many topics, how do you know what to work on, and when? Bo Ashabraner has some helpful advice so you can plan smarter, not harder, for your practices in part two of a two-part interview. Plus Rob answers the Question of the Week about the benefits of batting lef…
 
Do you have a plan when you start your team? Or when you start a new season? Aside from what drills you want to run, what philosophies do you have for your team—or as Bo Ashabraner puts it, what philosophies do you enforce or tolerate? Bo is here to help us break down some things you may want to consider for your team or season in part one of a two…
 
Welcome to the intermediate part of the podcast! In this episode we're going to start covering descending intervals, starting from the minor 2nd to the major 3rd. Arpeggios are making their debut with the major and minor variations. We're going to continue learning modes with the mixolydian, and our chord progressions will now include minor chord p…
 
Taming a wild swing in your youth hitters? The Swing Whisperer is in. Giving advice specifically targeted at the youth and high school level, Doug Latta, aka "The Swing Whisperer", is back to help calm those free-spirited hitters in this finale of a three-part interview. Plus Rob answers the Question of the Week about whether the travel baseball la…
 
In this episode we're wrapping up our octave of intervals by adding the major 7th. The phrygian mode and the half diminished chord also make their debut. Echo Drills is an ear training podcast that aims to help musicians of all levels improve their musical ear. You can find it on Apple podcasts, Spotify, and Google Play.…
 
In this episode we're going to add the minor 7th interval and the Lydian mode. The sus2 chord will also be making its debut in both the chord recognition segment and chord progressions. Echo Drills is an ear training podcast that aims to help musicians of all levels improve their musical ear. You can find it on Apple podcasts, Spotify, and Google P…
 
In this episode we're going to be adding the major 6 interval and the minor 7th chord to our repertoire. We're also going to start diving into modes, starting with the Dorian mode. Echo Drills is an ear training podcast that aims to help musicians of all levels improve their musical ear. You can find it on Apple podcasts, Spotify, and Google Play.…
 
In this episode we're going to be adding the minor 6 to our interval training, the blues scale, and our first 4 note chord- the major 7th. We're also going to be adding another degree to our chord progressions, the iii, and I'll also be peppering the chord progressions with the occasional major 7th chord. Echo Drills is an ear training podcast that…
 
At some point, we're going to have to teach hitting mechanics to our kids if the kids are going to advance to the next level of hitting. Doug Latta, aka "The Swing Whisperer", returns to help give us some insight on hitting mechanics that could literally be game-changers in part 2 of a three-part interview. Plus Rob answers the Question of the Week…
 
In this episode we will be adding the perfect 4th interval, the diminished chord, and the harmonic minor scale to our repertoire. For chord progressions we will be adding the vi (six), our first minor chord. Happy drilling! Echo Drills is an ear training podcast that aims to help musicians of all levels improve their musical ear.…
 
Practice owner (and longterm user of Sandy's systems) Dawn Kulongowski is an open book today; sharing everything she's enjoyed about Sandy's systems after using them for nigh a decade. With her trademark infectious laugh, Dawn shares amazing and absurd stories with Sandy and Richard.Av Shared Practices Network
 
There is no shortage of hitting advice, particularly on the internet. Some good. Some not so good. And some just plain awful. Doug Latta, aka "The Swing Whisperer", helps us sort out some of the information from the misinformation in part 1 of a three-part interview. Plus Rob (and Austin Wasserman) answer the Question of the Week about what age to …
 
Accounts receivable looks awful. Insurance is just out of control. Does that describe your office? If so, don't be surprised. This is common! Sandy sees this on the regular. She and Richard teach us the proper workload split with front office staff, getting accurate insurance date before they deny something, so that--above of all--we can turn thing…
 
Whether you have to re-allocate existing staff, or hire new, Sandy shows us super specific ways to forge our own front office dream team. Today's subject: your receptionist. What kind of person do you need to work the phones? What does a new patient letter look like? When should they be written? 😯 Grab a notepad and listen in as Sandy shares all th…
 
Mental health is declining for more young people than ever before, thanks to digital technology. Is there anything youth baseball coaches can do to help young athletes? Or is this only a problem for counselors? David Klein gives practical, actionable advice to help our team grow closer together and improve our players' mental health in part 2 of a …
 
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