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Ep. 14: Just Me and Jasmine Featuring Jasmine Curtis-Smith The beautiful Jasmine Curtis-Smith is our guest for this episode of Punchline with Alex Calleja! Makinig sa usapan nina Alex at Jasmine tungkol sa celebrity life, ang hindi maiwasan pagco-compare sa magkapatid na artistang Jasmine at Anne, and of course ang pag-sagot ni Jasmine sa mga mahihirap na tanong ni Alex tulad ng "What will make you say yes to a one-night stand?". All that and more on this episode of Punchline with Alex Calleja!
Episode 88: Observation with Special Guest Jasmine Smith Observation is the ability to observe and question our behaviors. When we can do this with a sense of detachment, curiosity, and no judgement, like a scientist we can then be safe enough to see our true behaviors. Only by seeing ourselves as clearly and honestly as possible can we start to understand and then change our behaviors. Jasmine holds a Bachelor's Degree in Health Science and Biology, a 200 hour Registered Yoga Teacher Certificate, a Level II attunement and certification in Reiki Universal Life Force Energy, a certification in Therapeutic Hypnosis and a passion and deep knowledge of all layers of the being. She's in a year-long mastery program in Human Design, a system to understand your unique energy management and decision-making process. She blends her spiritual gifts and fuses tools for self-discovery and self-liberation, to guide others to step into a life that is more aligned with who you truly are and not who we were conditioned to be.Website:  https://www.soulperspective365.com
58 - Human Design & Knowing Yourself w/ Jasmine Smith Joining Marina this week is Human Design expert and human embodiment coach Jasmine Smith. Human Design is about understanding why some things just aren't meant for us and how we can play more into our unique gifts. Jasmine comes from an Egyptian family and can trace her DNA back to Ancient Egyptian.   Human Design takes place and time of your birth and turns it into a static personality-type chart you can use to better know yourself. It draws from several ancient systems, including Hindi Chakra and Astrology, to show a person's energetic blueprint of who you're meant to be. Knowing your chart can give you a sense of owning your own strong suits and gives you permission to be yourself.    Types of personalities are generators, manifesting generators, projectors, manifesters, and reflectors. However, there are thousands of different variants that can present depending on an individual's chart. Knowing which type you fall into can enlighten you to how you are designed to perform at your best. Undefined Solar Plexus shows us how we feel emotions, how we experience other people's emotions, and how we process emotion as a whole. Not processing feelings is causing a lot of sickness in the world, so knowing your Solar Plexus can help you better deal with uncomfortable emotions and set boundaries.   The head center and root center are both pressure centers. The head represents mental pressure, such as doubt or inspiration, and the more defined the head center is, the more black-and-white the person will interpret the world around them. Having someone else's chart can give you insight into how and why they do things differently than you. The root is the pressure to do and a motor. Someone with a defined root drives to constantly, while an undefined root is prone to be overwhelmed. It's how we communicate and deal with stress and shouldn't be the only drive we have for moving forward. The heart center is the will and motivation within us.    What works for some people doesn't work for everyone, which is why we can't adopt other people's "life hacks" and insert them into our lives with the same results. It's because our systems aren't designed that way. There's no cookie-cutter approach. Human design work is best for those who have done some self-work and self-reflection but still feel that something is missing. It can help gain more clarity into who you are as a base person and why you do the things you do.    It also gives you the chance to work against your unconscious patterns for self-advancement. All the answers you're looking for outside of yourself live within you. Spend more time with yourself and look at yourself and your body as a whole.
Jasmine Smith from Swisse Wellness on developing people, new leadership & not doubting yourself Jasmine Smith is the Director of People and Culture at Swisse. Jasmine Smith, Director, People and Culture, at Swisse Wellness, is a passionate people development professional who has extensive experience in leading and developing engaged and high performing teams.

Over her years of working with many innovative and successful brands (Lush Handmade Cosmetics, Mecca Cosmetica, T2 Tea), Jasmine has learnt that people are always an organisation’s most powerful differentiator.

In this episode Jasmine shares:
- How recent events call for new models of leadership and what they look like
- Lessons learned over the last few months and how Swisse is changing how they work
- Her beliefs about the ‘whole person’ approach to thriving at work, and how her past experiences have guide today

We hope you enjoy!
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Konnectivity Podcast #12: Jasmin Smith | Registered Nurse This is an episode of The Konnectivity Podcast with host Ife (Dennis) King and guest, Jasmin Smith, a registered nurse in Calgary, Alberta.⁣
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In this conversation, Ife and Jasmin discuss what it's been like to work as a nurse during this pandemic, changes we can expect moving forward, safe practices you can implement to stop the spread of COVID and much more!⁣
Monitoring During COVID-19 - Interview with Jasmine Smith, Senior CRA #021 - The COVID-19 pandemic has affected so much including the clinical research industry.&nbsp; Have you wondered how this will affect monitoring as a Clinical Research Associate? &nbsp;During this episode, I will be talking with Jasmine Smith and I am so excited!&nbsp; She has over 6 years of clinical research experience and is a Senior CRA.&nbsp; Jasmine is knowledgeable with Risk Based Monitoring, 100% Source Data Verification, Unblinded, and Remote Monitoring.&nbsp; She is experienced with Phase II and III studies in the following therapeutic areas: Vaccines, Cardiovascular/Vascular Disease, Rare Disease, Gastroenterology, Endocrinology, Musculoskeletal, Pediatrics/Neonatology, Rheumatology, and Nephrology/Urology.Join us, as we discuss helpful travel tips and monitoring during COVID-19. &nbsp;
Jasmin Smith / BabyVend The 49SAF sits down with Jasmin Smith and half of her preschool supertwin duo to talk a little bit about her amazing business BabyVend and her variety of businesses. But we also talk a lot more: About Anchorage, neighborhoods, access to capital, and the city's need to go beyond celebrating diversity to work toward inclusion.
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