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Vurbl People Audio Intro Listen to this compilation of insightful interviews, quotes, commentary, news, and more surrounding some of the most well-known public figures. You can also use Vurbl's snippet tool to clip and share your favorite moments with friends, family, and audio creators.
288 Funny Dental Videos and More with Josh Walker : Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran Stay tuned until the end for a sample of Dr. Walker’s funny dental videos!
 
Josh Walker, DDS:
-Graduated in 2002 from UMKC School of Dentistry
-Practicing in Manhattan, Kansas
-Office has been voted #1 Dental Office in Manhattan
-Actively use social media, specifically Facebook to appeal to patients
-Writes, films, edits all Facebook videos for office
-Office Facebook is close to 2000 likes as of August 2015
 
Dr. Walker was raised in Arlington, Texas, and moved to Overland Park, Kansas, where he graduated from high school. He received his bachelor’s degree from Kansas State University and went on to obtain his DDS degree from the University of Missouri – Kansas City in 2002. He maintains membership in the American Dental Association, Kansas Dental Association, American Academy of Craniofacial Pain, and the Northwest Golden Belt Dental Society. He has also pursued further education in the field of cosmetic dentistry and occlusion. He also is a graduate of Leadership Manhattan (Class of 2003). Dr. Walker focuses on helping patients feel comfortable while they receive the quality dental care they need for lasting oral health.
Dr. Walker and his wife, Jennifer, have two sons: Jackson and Carson. In his free time, Dr. Walker enjoys fishing, pencil drawing, and attending the sporting events of his kids and K-State.
 
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#387: PRO TALK With Workwear Makers Josh Walker and Ted De Innocentis In this Pro-Talk podcast, Patrick talks to Massachusetts-based Work-Clothing Makers Josh Walker and Ted De Innocentis about the challenges of making garments in the United States and the value of well-made workwear.
Dr. David Hornbook & Josh Walker "Stop Communicating With Your Lab" MENTOR #70 "Stop Communicating With Your Lab" Dr. David Hornbook & Josh Walker

Build a RELATIONSHIP with your lab and stop telling them what to do. In this 45 minute podcast with Dr. David Hornbrook and Utah Valley Dental Lab technician, Josh Walker learn how to build a relationship with your lab to produce the best results.  

David Hornbrook DDS, FAACD, FACE, FASDA is an internationally renowned speaker, lecturer and mentor. Ranked by his peers as one of the world’s top three cosmetic dentists, Dr. Hornbrook is highly esteemed at the top levels of aesthetic dentistry. As a practicing clinician and the Director of Education and Technology at Utah Valley Dental Lab, Dr. Hornbook offers a uniquely informed perspective on the challenges facing today's dentists.
236 | Josh Walker | How To Become An Indispensable Part Of Your Organization On today’s show, we interview Josh Walker, Vice President, Hillcore Group who shares with us his distilled wisdom on work ethic, career strategy, and tips for rising up the corporate chain.

We start this show with Josh recalling his life before Student Works. Always entrepreneurial-minded, Josh ended up running a number of small businesses. But he soon realized that he had to do much more in order to fulfill his ambitions.

While majoring in accounting from the University of Ottawa, Josh ended up interning for Student Works. He was with Student Works for 4 years. And in his final year, he was a GM managing multiple painters. The biggest thing that Josh learned during his stint was the importance of a great work ethic.

After graduation, Josh has worked with several reputed organizations including KPMG, Fazzari, and Medical Mart. 

The most important takeaway from this segment of the show is the importance of providing more and more value. You will learn how to make yourself indispensable to your employer and quickly rise up the corporate chain.

Josh also talks about networking and shares how you can leave an organization without burning any bridges.

You will also learn how to critically evaluate your strengths and weaknesses so that you can make the right career steps that will propel you to the next level.

Enjoy!

What You Will Learn In This Show

How to move on to another company without burning bridges with your past employer

Why raising the benchmark is the only way to rise up the corporate ladder

Importance of building your network, and maintaining your work relationships

And so much more…


Resources

Student Works 

Chris Thomson LinkedIn
Josh Walker - Team Impact Josh Walker is the Mid-Atlantic Regional Executive Director for Team Impact. Team Impact is a non-profit organization that matches college programs with children living with chronic illness.  The former Penn State University wrestling team captain shares his journey in the sport and what led him to get involved with Team Impact.  Josh lives in the Philadelphia region and we connected through Philly Wrestling online.
How the Sports Industry Must Adapt for the Future with Josh Walker, President, Sports Innovation Lab Hey everybody, I’m Brian Clapp, VP of Content and Engaged Learning for WorkInSports.com and this is the Work In Sports podcast.Recovery starts with innovation. I read this the other day and thought, this sounds a lot like what my grandmother used to tell me when she’d cobble some new fandangled way of plowing her garden fields with a series of hoes tied on to the back of her 1940’s era tractor. Never short for an analogy or cliché she’d look at me and repeat, “Necessity is the mother of all invention.”That saying has always stuck in my mind, when there is need there are creative solutions. Never before have we faced more need, and never before have innovative minds been more in demand. As teams and leagues and organizations look to pivot and change their revenue models and adapt to our new world — the innovative people in every organization are the ones leading the way to the future. That is not hyperbolic or overly dramatic. We need innovation. We need a new way to look at our games, our stadiums, our fans, our revenue streams, our products our marketing — everything needs a fresh set of eyes. I booked today’s guest, Josh Walker, President of Sports Innovation Lab because multiple people in my sphere of influence pinged me in April and said “did you read this article on how the sports industry will recover, it’s fascinating”The article was pushed at me from multiple angles from people I respect with excitement and fervor I couldn’t deny, so I read it and immediately thought — who wrote this! I need them for this show!The crazy thing is… Josh, the scribe responsible for the forward-thinking piece, developed the concept of recovery before there was a need for recovery. See Josh is the kind of futurist we need more of in sports, the ones who can utilize data and research and intuition to see what the industry needs to be, rather than what it is. Josh is the President of Sports innovation Lab who, along with his co-founders, former NFL linebacker Isaiah Kacyvenski and former Olympian and 4-time gold medal winner Angela Ruggiero developed a fluid fan concept that sees sports in a way that earns the fans loyalty rather than expects it. You’ll see what I mean.. Here’s Josh — get ready for some incredible, in your face, honest…and some exciting ideas on how to mold our future of sports.Here’s Josh…
Josh Walker: President, Sports Innovation Lab – Work In Sports Podcast Hey everybody, I’m Brian Clapp, VP of Content and Engaged Learning for WorkInSports.com and this is the Work In Sports podcast.Recovery starts with innovation. I read this the other day and thought, this sounds a lot like what my grandmother used to tell me when she’d cobble some new fandangled way of plowing her garden fields with a series of hoes tied on to the back of her 1940’s era tractor. Never short for an analogy or cliche she’d look at me and repeat “necessity is the mother of all invention”That saying has always stuck in my mind, when there is need there are creative solutions.  Never before have we faced more need, and never before have innovative minds been more in demand. As teams and leagues and organizations look to pivot and change their revenue models and adapt to our new world -- the innovative people in every organization are the ones leading the way to the future. That is not hyperbolic or overly dramatic. We need innovation. We need a new way to look at our games, our stadiums, our fans, our revenue streams, our products our marketing -- everything needs a fresh set of eyes. I booked today's guest, Josh Walker, President of Sports Innovation Lab because multiple people in my sphere of influence pinged me in April and said “did you read this article on how the sports industry will recover, it’s fascinating”The article was pushed at me from multiple angles from people I respect with excitement and fervor I couldn’t deny, so I read it and immediately thought -- who wrote this! I need them for this show!The crazy thing is… Josh, the scribe responsible for the forward-thinking piece, developed the concept of recovery before there was a need for recovery. See Josh is the kind of futurist we need more of in sports, the ones who can utilize data and research and intuition to see what the industry needs to be, rather than what it is. Josh is the President of Sports innovation Lab who, along with his co-founders, former NFL linebacker Isaiah Kacyvenski and former olympian and 4-time gold medal winner Angela Ruggiero developed a fluid fan concept that sees sports in a way that earns the fans loyalty rather than expects it. You’ll see what I mean.. Here’s Josh -- get ready for some incredible, in your face, honest...and some exciting ideas on how to mold our future of sports.Here’s Josh…Questions for Josh Walker, President, Sports Innovation Lab1: There is so much I want to get into regarding your background and sports innovation lab, but let’s start with some of the big stuff. You wrote an article on LinkedIn back in April about what recovery may look like for the sports industry – and it is fascinating.There is a lot to unpack so let’s take it slow.You state early in the article that “This crisis will fundamentally reshape how the sports industry operates and generates revenue.” In a broad way I think we can all see that things will change – but specifically, how do you see this current situation reshaping the way the sports industry operates?2: We often think of sports as having two main experiential avenues: in person at the event in a stadium, or at home through the broadcast media. This runs relatively parallel to the revenue streams… you’ve got your media deals and you’ve got your tickets, sponsorships etc.But you and your team are embracing a new concept of the “fluid fan” – can you explain what that is?3: Did you have this fluid fan concept hypothesized and researched prior to COVID, or was this an example of where the situation met opportunity?Follow: So in a way, you saw the changing landscape of the sports industry prior to this current pandemic...
Josh Walker; North Melbourne defender - Kangaroos are finally on the board The Kangaroos are finally on the board in season 2021 coming from behind and then holding out the Hawks down in Tassie - It was David Noble's first win as coach, on his 54th birthday!
A Chat With Josh Walker In an open and honest episode, Jonny, Dana and Tom are joined by former Middlesbrough midfielder Josh Walker to discuss his career on Teesside.

From being on the verge of release as a youngster to playing with the Under-17s at a 13-year-old and making his debut at aged 17, Josh talks through his early days and the determination to make it.

He discusses the differing environments under McClaren, Southgate and Strachan as well as loan spells, career regrets, reigniting his love for football in India and early retirement to move into coaching.
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