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GPS Tracking Installers Podcast
Oversharing with Meredith Soleau - Episode 157

GPS Tracking Installers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 41:25


Meredith Soleau is an oversharing social media queen. She is the President of 424 Degrees and Co-Founder of Girl's Girls Media. 424 Degrees is a boutique marketing agency, servicing clients nationwide. They handle my social media. They specialize in manufacturing, car dealerships, and small business clients. Meredith built this bootstrapped 7-figure revenue business on a dream and a prayer without even so much as a business loan. 424 Degrees is a Meta (Facebook & Instagram) Marketing Partner and Meredith is a Facebook Developer. They now offer a full-service suite, including TV and radio commercial production. Girl's Girls Media was founded in 2016, and is the parent company of Attagirl Social Club. GGM offers a network of podcasts that exceed 80K downloads per week, as well as producing a portfolio of independent podcasts for entrepreneurs, host networking events and retreats, teaching classes, and performing live shows across the country. Connect with Meredith:  facebook.com/meredith.soleau  Instagram: instagram.com/meredithsoleau   THE MASTERMIND IS OPEN Wish mastermind groups actually provided some coaching? The Step It Up Academy Mastermind is now open. Apply now: Step It Up Mastermind There are 3 levels to the mastermind. Our team looks forward to connecting to see if we would be a great fit to work together.  FRACTIONAL COO SERVICES: I am now available for fractional COO services! Getting your house in order is more important than ever. Find out more about me at tomaskeenan.com.  Join My Facebook Group: Integrator Talk on Facebook Leave any questions you may have in the reviews on Apple. Small steps forward daily, friends!

Singletrack
USA Men's 80K Team | 2022 World Trail Running Championships Gold Medal Recap

Singletrack

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 64:01


Adam Peterman, Adam Merry, Jeff Colt, and Eric LiPuma represented the United States men's team and won the gold medal in the 80K event at the World Trail Running Championships in Chang Mai, Thailand earlier this month. In this conversation, we cover a lot of ground including why they chose to race this event over other opportunities in our sport, what training and the rest of the lead-up to the event was like, what the ambiance was like in Chang Mai, how the race unfolded for each of them, post-racing feelings, whether they'd do it again, and what 2023 looks like for all of them. Sponsors:InsideTracker - go to (https://info.insidetracker.com/single...) to get 20% off your next order.Kodiak Cakes - use code Singletrack15 at checkout on their website (https://kodiakcakes.com/)  to get 15% off your next orderGnarly Nutrition - use code Singletrack20 at checkout on their website (https://gognarly.com/) to get 20% off your next orderTimestamps:(2:09) - selection process and they "why" for racing the World Trail Running Championships over other major events in the sport(11:20) - training, rest of the leadup, pre-race scene in Chang Mai(21:29) - understanding the course, challenges for race day(26:41) - race recaps from all four runners(44:01) - post-race thoughts and feelings(51:16) - thoughts on returning to this type of event, 2023 plans for all four runnersLinks:Follow Adam Peterman on InstagramFollow Adam Merry on InstagramFollow Jeff Colt on InstagramFollow Eric LiPuma on InstagramSupport the show

The Epstein Chronicles
A Look Back: The Convenient Loophole Used By The Ultra Wealthy To Stash Money Off Shore

The Epstein Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 19:09


The IRS has announced that it will be adding over 80K new agents to the roster in the coming years in order to go after people who are evading their taxes. The problem with that is, the very law itself helps these cheats use loopholes to stash their money. Until the loopholes are all closed, it won't matter how many agents are hired, because the ultra wealthy will continue to be able to legally stash their money in a place where it won't be found.Meanwhile, if you have an Etsy store or if you have a side hustle, you better make sure YOUR books are up to date.(commercial at 9:41)to contact me:bobbycapucci@protonmail.comsource:https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/markets/tax-loophole-lets-the-rich-hide-billions-offshore-report-finds/ar-AA115UUs?ocid=msedgntp&cvid=bfcb0c22d2bf3e6fe5b33cb7ac96d86e

Jeanviet - L'informatique pour tous (podcast audio)
Aurélie Moulin : Comment dompter l'algorithme d'Instagram en 2022 ?

Jeanviet - L'informatique pour tous (podcast audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 21:43


Aurélie Moulin, experte en Marketing Instagram, nous explique comment fonctionne l'algorithme Instagram en 2022. Tu vas savoir comment engager ta communauté sur tes photos et vidéos (Reels) et être visible dans l'explorer et côté hashtags. Dans cet épisode, Aurélie de @3 Zestes de Citron nous montre comment faire grandir sa communauté Instagram de façon naturelle en tirant profit notamment de l'algorithme, des vidéos (Reels) et des carrousels. Retrouve notre échange en vidéo sur ma chaîne YouTube. Le compte Instagram d'Aurélie Moulin https://www.instagram.com/3zestesdecitron/ Son livre "Le Guide Instagram, 2ème édition" @Eyrolles (lien affilié) Le podcast d'Aurélie : Se démarquer sur Instagram. Au sommaire : Intro 00:00 Instagram, photo ou vidéo ? 00:55 L'algorithme d'Instagram en 2022 01:27 Comment archiver ses photos perso ? 03:10 Comment avoir 10 000 abonnés sur Instagram ? 03:40 Comment engager sa communauté ? 04:25 Analyser les meilleures pratiques avec Favikon 05:55 Comment susciter des commentaires ? 06:20 Quel est le meilleur format de publication ? 07:55 Le carrousel, format phare du fil d'actualité 08:40 Publiez des images 4/5 10:10 Le carrousel Qui suis-je ? 11:25 Faites des REELS 13:00 Faut-il abandonner les photos ? 14:00 Comment Mr Contradico a gagné 80K abonnés ? 14:35 Le nouvel algo Instagram d'octobre 2022 16:50 Faut-il aller sur TikTok ? 17:33 La pétition anti-TikTok relayée par Kylie Jenner 18:55 Comment créer un REEL facilement ? 20:04 Le guide Instagram V2 20:50 Ressources pour aller plus loin L'outil @Favikon pour analyser les stats des meilleurs comptes Instagram https://www.favikon.com/ Comment l'algo Instagram fonctionne ? Le compte d'Adam Mosseri, CEO Instagram Le compte de @Mr ContraDico Ma vidéos sur Khaby Lame La pétition Instagram Musiques : Boogie Bounce Monkeys Spinning Monkeys de Kevin MacLeod

Mike is ALWAYS right
State Politics- Why did the "Red Wave" miss Wisconsin?

Mike is ALWAYS right

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 43:59


The Mid Term elections of 2022 were filled with plenty of ups and downs. Lots of great things happening around the country and major disappointments here at home in Wisconsin. Do you wonder why? Anyone who tells you they know exactly why isn't being genuine with you, no one really know why close to 80K people voted for Johnson and couldn't vote for Michels. Down ballot Republicans in the state wide elections didn't do as well as Ron did and you have to ask yourself why? Come with me as we journey to understand the motivation of the left and why there wasn't a clean knock out blow landed on November 8th. Free. Conservative. Talk. www.mikegrajeda.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mikeisalwaysright/support

Duck Call Room
John-David Is Crushed By the Death of His Dog

Duck Call Room

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 58:03


Uncle Si goes pheasant hunting with The Undertaker and teaches him a thing or two about poker. Martin and John-David talk about their crazy experiences with owls, and Si gets excited to share his knowledge about vampire bats. Phillip and Martin comfort John-David after the loss of his beloved dog, Dublin. The boys give advice on how to tame the "bloodlust" of a 6-year-old aspiring hunter and teach him about the conservation, planning, and logistics that go into hunting and the outdoors. https://bambee.com — Why pay $80K/year for an HR manager? Schedule your FREE conversation today to see how much Bambee can take off your plate, and let them know Duck Call Room sent you! https://athleticgreens.com/duck — Get a FREE 1-year supply of Vitamin D & 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase! -- Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Nonlinear Library
AF - Some advice on independent research by Marius Hobbhahn

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 15:36


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Some advice on independent research, published by Marius Hobbhahn on November 8, 2022 on The AI Alignment Forum. I have been doing independent research in addition to my Ph.D. for roughly a year now. For the next 6 months, I'll take a break from my Ph.D. and plan to do AI safety research full-time. I had chats with many people about independent research in the past, e.g. on EAGs or because 80K has connected me with people thinking about pursuing independent research. I had some great experiences with independent research but not everyone does. I think the variance for independent research is large and I'm worried that people get disheartened by bad experiences. So here are some considerations in which situations independent research might be a good idea and some tips that will hopefully improve your experience. I'd like to thank Magdalena Wache and Tilman Räuker for their feedback. TL;DR: At first glance, there is a bit of a paradoxical nature to independent research. If someone wants to pursue independent research they need a research agenda to work on. If they are able to construct a good research agenda, an existing institution often has incentives to hire them. On the flip side, if their research skills are not developed enough to be hired by an existing institution, their independent research might not be very successful. Thus, naively it would seem that there are few cases in which independent research makes sense. However, I think that there are many situations in which independent research or independent upskilling are a great option, e.g. when no established organization is working on the topic you find most promising, as a way to upskill for a job, to gain new research skills or to transition between jobs. Some tips for independent researchers include: getting feedback early on, aiming to collaborate with others and creating accountability mechanisms for yourself such as publishing your results. My most important advice for independent researchers is that you should probably be much more active than in other roles because there is less default structure and more responsibility on you. I'll mostly talk about AI safety research but many of these things probably also apply to other independent research. A perceived paradox Independent research is often presented as one of three default options for people seeking to do EA research, e.g. in AI safety: Academia, e.g. applying for Ph.D. and post-doc positions with labs that do research aligned with your goals. Research positions in industry, e.g. applying for Anthropic, Redwood Research, Deepmind, OpenAI or Conjecture. Independent research, e.g. supported by an EA grant. Doing independent research well requires a multitude of skills. The independent researcher needs to be able to set their own agenda, they require some basic research skills, self-discipline and some way of evaluating and correcting their own research. These are skills that usually don't come naturally but need to be learned and refined. In most standard career paths, e.g. within a Ph.D. or in an industry research team people have mentors who help them and ensure that they actually learn these skills. By default, independent research does not ensure that these skills are actually acquired. The perceived paradox is now that if someone has the skills required to do high-quality independent research, existing institutions often want to hire them. If they don't have these skills yet, the research they will produce independently is unlikely to be of high quality or conducted efficiently (unless they have mentorship or are especially talented). Thus, naively, it seems like there aren't that many situations in which independent research makes sense. However, I think there are many cases in which independent research makes a lot of sense and there there ar...

The Prickly Things Podcast
Dia De Los Muertos - 63 Embracing our Culture as DACA Dreamers ft. Meri Flores

The Prickly Things Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 80:53


While growing up in Atlanta, Georgia our next guest had her Mexican roots very present in her life. Traditions, food, and holidays such as Dia De Los Muertos were staples for Meri Flores. Please tune in to this episode to hear her story how she has been able to embrace and celebrate her culture as a DACA Dreamer, even across her University for others to share in and participate as well.SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN FOR UNDOCU STUDENTS - APPLY NOW!Visit: TheDream.us for more information about the scholarships available. Application round starts November 1st, 2022!The National Scholarship & The Opportunity Scholarship is providing up to 80K to cover your tuition, fees, and (room and board) for Bachelor's Degree.Follow the Prickly Things PodcastInstagram: @thepricklythingspodcastTik Tok: TPT PodcastBe a Guest on the Show!Contact us to share your story and be a guest on the podcast at thepricklythingspodcast@gmail.com.

Smart Agency Masterclass with Jason Swenk: Podcast for Digital Marketing Agencies
How to Build a Lead Gen System and Fuel Multi-Million Agency Growth

Smart Agency Masterclass with Jason Swenk: Podcast for Digital Marketing Agencies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 17:44


Have you built a scalable lead gen system to boost your agency's growth? Most agencies start with referrals. But eventually, you need a reliable lead generation system to keep your pipeline full. Today's guest found himself at that point when his agency reached $80K in revenue, at which point he realized the agency needed to step up in terms of lead generation to reach multi-million in revenue. Jeremy Moser is the co-founder and CEO of uSERP, an SEO agency that earns SaaS companies high authority backlinks on the most coveted websites. When it came time for his agency to outgrow the referrals model, he turned to several strategies that helped his agency exponential growth. He now reflects on the lessons he learned about agency growth, the process to building his lead generation system, and why he picked Twitter as the platform to build a network and brand. In this interview, we'll discuss: Going beyond cold emails to get past the $80K mark. Why Twitter is a great place to form connections. Podcasts as useful tools for SEO. Sponsors and Resources E2M Solutions: Today's episode of the Smart Agency Masterclass is sponsored by E2M Solutions, a web design and development agency that has provided white-label services for the past 10 years to agencies all over the world. Check out e2msolutions.com/smartagency and get 10% off for the first three months of service. Subscribe Apple | Spotify | iHeart Radio | Stitcher | Radio FM Helping Build an Agency Before Becoming an Owner Agency Jeremy landed a job right out of college at a general marketing agency and web development firm. During his time there, he got to see a massive transformation after the founders split and went on to create separate agencies. Jeremy ended up staying with one of them and spent five years witnessing its growth, from being the only employee to being one on a team of 30. During this time, he got to see the highs and lows of building an agency, seeing it go from a project to an actual company with organization and structure. Helping build the agency and witnessing the trials and triumphs, and what worked and didn't is what helped him decide to eventually start his own venture. Figuring Out How to Build a Lead Gen System Up until about the $80K mark, Jeremy's agency grew pretty much on referrals. He was tapping into his existing network, approaching past clients from his previous job by offering new services. It proved to be a good growth path for the early stages of the agency. However, they realized it just wasn't sustainable if they really wanted to continue growing and reach multi-million in revenue per year. It was time to be intentional about lead generation by being active and aggressive about it. However, referrals aren't scalable. So a lot of agency owners at this crossroads decide to hire a lead gen agency. Both Jason and Jeremy disagree with this strategy. Jeremy says hiring a lead gen agency to do cold emails for your agency won't work without brand awareness first. It's very unlikely in the early stages of your agency you'll find high-profile clients simply by sending cold emails. As a result, he put his efforts into the long game with social media and organic content. For Jeremy, this worked better than the alternative of hiring a lead gen agency. It was a good way to build connections with founders and marketers at different companies, and it was one of the major drivers for them to scale past $80K per month. Using Twitter to Make Real Connections When he turned his attention to building a following on social media, Jeremy focused especially on Twitter. When he joined he didn't really see much potential there to actually connect with people. However, at some point, there was a big shift in the algorithm and the platform's users. He started posting what he was doing for his agency; sharing their wins and losses helped him build connections with other agencies and brands. He realized many of his Twitter followers were working at big companies. He decided this was the right platform to reach them on a personal level rather than someplace more transactional like LinkedIn. While LinkedIn is always more sales-driven, with people trying to build connections on that basis Twitter was a more organic way of meeting people. 2 Strategies That Helped Build the Agency's Brand Other strategies that helped boost his agency's growth included creating content for third parties and an acquisition that led to their foot-in-the-door offer. Guest blogging: Try being an expert contributor for industry news outlets. Jeremy is a writer for Search Engine Journal, a top SEO publication. In the long run, this was a good lead gen strategy in the long run. They write detailed articles about SEO and link building that their potential clients could be interested in. This in turn gets them a lot of articles linking back to them or referencing them and ensures people searching for this information find uSERP. Acquisition and the FITD:  Jeremy's agency acquired a SaaS company which they had a relationship with their as a customer. A lot of SaaS companies – their ideal clients – used it as well. It provided a way for them as an agency to start building a relationship with potential customers. It created a good entry-level foot-in-the-door offer where a SaaS company could pay $200/month for this software. They actually ended up closing a good amount of deals from this acquisition. The Positive Effect Podcasts Have SEO for Your Agency Podcasts are a very useful tool when it comes to SEO for a number of reasons: When you are a guest on a podcast, you almost always get a link back from doing it. Those natural links are always important. Whether they publish it on their site, social media, or their blog it has residual effect on your SEO. You also get the opportunity to repurpose content. If you're writing about a subject you also recorded a podcast on, you can transcribe the recording and optimize it. Adding a podcast or video to existing content increases the value of that piece as a whole. By adding audio or video you can appeal to different types of learners because not everyone is going to want to read your super-long blog post. Lessons in Agency Growth One big lesson for Jeremy in his growth journey was investing in good talent. It may be hard to hire great talent right from the start because you just don't have sustainable cash flow. However, once you get to a certain point with your cash flow and have a good client roster it is definitely something you should invest in. Jeremy finds any time he feels uncomfortable with the amount he was paying for a seasoned senior hire it ended up being the best decision. It frees up a lot of time he redirects to focus on other aspects of the business. When he does that,  revenue climbs aggressively. Now, he makes it a point to always think about things he is doing that somebody else could take over. Want the Support of Amazing Digital Agency Owners? If you want to be around amazing agency owners that can see you may not be able to see and help you grow your agency, go to the Digital Agency Elite to learn all about our exclusive mastermind.

New York Daily News
New York Daily News, November 2, 2022

New York Daily News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 3:27


Poll shows Hochul leads Zeldin by 8 points in New York governor's race; NYC secures federal grant to roll out 51 all-electric school buses; Retired NYPD Detective racked up lawsuits that cost NYC more than $80K

PMO Strategies
175: Life of a PM Entrepreneur with Nicole Jones

PMO Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 60:37


Welcome to the PMO Strategies Podcast + Blog, where PMO leaders become IMPACT Drivers! .fusion-body .fusion-builder-column-0{width:100% !important;margin-top : 0px;margin-bottom : 20px;}.fusion-builder-column-0 > .fusion-column-wrapper {padding-top : 0px !important;padding-right : 0px !important;margin-right : 1.92%;padding-bottom : 0px !important;padding-left : 0px !important;margin-left : 1.92%;}@media only screen and (max-width:1024px) {.fusion-body .fusion-builder-column-0{width:100% !important;order : 0;}.fusion-builder-column-0 > .fusion-column-wrapper {margin-right : 1.92%;margin-left : 1.92%;}}@media only screen and (max-width:640px) {.fusion-body .fusion-builder-column-0{width:100% !important;order : 0;}.fusion-builder-column-0 > .fusion-column-wrapper {margin-right : 1.92%;margin-left : 1.92%;}}.fusion-body .fusion-flex-container.fusion-builder-row-1{ padding-top : 0px;margin-top : 0px;padding-right : 0px;padding-bottom : 0px;margin-bottom : 0px;padding-left : 0px;} PMI Talent Triangle: Power Skills (Leadership) .fusion-body .fusion-builder-column-1{width:100% !important;margin-top : 0px;margin-bottom : 20px;}.fusion-builder-column-1 > .fusion-column-wrapper {padding-top : 0px !important;padding-right : 0px !important;margin-right : 1.92%;padding-bottom : 0px !important;padding-left : 0px !important;margin-left : 1.92%;}@media only screen and (max-width:1024px) {.fusion-body .fusion-builder-column-1{width:100% !important;order : 0;}.fusion-builder-column-1 > .fusion-column-wrapper {margin-right : 1.92%;margin-left : 1.92%;}}@media only screen and (max-width:640px) {.fusion-body .fusion-builder-column-1{width:100% !important;order : 0;}.fusion-builder-column-1 > .fusion-column-wrapper {margin-right : 1.92%;margin-left : 1.92%;}}.fusion-body .fusion-flex-container.fusion-builder-row-2{ padding-top : 0px;margin-top : 0px;padding-right : 0px;padding-bottom : 0px;margin-bottom : 0px;padding-left : 0px;}Hey, IMPACT Driver!   Do you dream of being your own boss?  Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go out on your own?  Our guest today left her senior corporate role to start her own business in project consulting and now shares her insights with others doing the same. You'll hear about the lessons she's learned along the way and the strategic steps she took to set herself up for success long before leaving her full-time position. We'll both share tips for success, challenges you may face, and what your day in the life of a PM entrepreneur might look like, should you decide to join the movement of being your own boss! Nicole Jones, CAPM is the founder of Mediocre to Masterful, a platform that teaches women how to boss up in entrepreneurship, wealth, and wellness. She also owns The PM Suite, an operations project management consulting company supporting entrepreneurs, corporations, and project managers. Nicole worked in Corporate America in project management leadership for a decade until she retired at 33 years old after paying off over $80K in student loans and becoming 100% debt free — all while building her business and substantial savings using the F.I.R.E (Financial Independence, Retire Early) method. Nicole has been featured in Women of Project Management's Masterclass, Project Management Institute, our very own PMO IMPACT Summit, and hosts the tv show Boss Up through The Hope TV Network.  Here are some of the links we discuss in this episode:  Project Management Company  https://www.thepmsuite.com/  Helping PM Entrepreneurs - The C-Suite  Helping Entrepreneurs - Services  Financial Freedom  Unlearn: Ditch Failed Money Habits and Discover Financial Freedom  Enjoy!    Thanks for taking the time to check out the podcast! I welcome your feedback and insights!  I'd love to know what you think and if you love it, please leave a rating and review in your favorite podcast player. Please leave a comment below to share your thoughts. See you online! Warmly, Laura Barnard     .fusion-body .fusion-button.

Beyond The Horizon
A Look back: The Offshore Loop Hole That Allows The Wealthy To Hide Billions

Beyond The Horizon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 19:09


The IRS has announced that it will be adding over 80K new agents to the roster in the coming years in order to go after people who are evading their taxes. The problem with that is, the very law itself helps these cheats use loopholes to stash their money. Until the loopholes are all closed, it won't matter how many agents are hired, because the ultra wealthy will continue to be able to legally stash their money in a place where it won't be found.Meanwhile, if you have an Etsy store or if you have a side hustle, you better make sure YOUR books are up to date.(commercial at 12:33)to contact me:bobbycapucci@protonmail.comsource:https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/markets/tax-loophole-lets-the-rich-hide-billions-offshore-report-finds/ar-AA115UUs?ocid=msedgntp&cvid=bfcb0c22d2bf3e6fe5b33cb7ac96d86e

The Nonlinear Library
EA - Podcast: The Left and Effective Altruism with Habiba Islam by Garrison

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 2:13


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Podcast: The Left and Effective Altruism with Habiba Islam, published by Garrison on October 27, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. I recently rebooted my interview podcast, The Most Interesting People I Know (found wherever you find podcasts). I focus on EA and left-wing guests, and have been pretty involved in both communities for the last 5 years. Some example guests: Rutger Bregman, Leah Garcés, Lewis Bollard, Spencer Greenberg, Nathan Robinson, Malaika Jabali, Emily Bazelon, David Shor, and Eric Levitz. I just released a long conversation with Habiba Islam, an 80K career advisor and lefty, about the relationship between EA and the left. This is not an attempt to paper over differences between the two communities, or pretend that EA is more left-wing than it is. Instead, I tried to give an accurate description of both communities, where they are in hidden agreement, where they actually disagree, and what each can learn from the other. Habiba is so sharp and thoughtful throughout the conversation. We're very lucky to have her! I hope this could be a good reference text as well as an onboarding ramp for leftists who might be open to EA. I think there's a real gap in the EA media-verse on the intersection of left-wing politics and EA, and we're almost certainly missing out on some great people and perspectives who would be into EA if they were presented with the right arguments and framing. I have no delusions that all leftists would be into EA if they only understood it better, but I think there are tons of bad-faith criticisms and genuine misunderstandings that we could better address. I think we can have a healthier and more productive relationship with the left. If you'd like to support the show, here are some things you can do: Personally recommend the show/particular episodes to friends. Apparently, this is how podcasts best grow their audiences. Share the podcast/episode on social media (I'm on Twitter @garrisonlovely) Rate and review the show on Apple Podcasts. Give me feedback (anonymous form here). You can also email me at tgarrisonlovely@gmail.com Thanks for listening. To help us out with The Nonlinear Library or to learn more, please visit nonlinear.org.

Fueling Creativity in Education
Integrating Creativity into Education Leadership with Teresa Lawrence

Fueling Creativity in Education

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 34:16


How does creativity play a role in problem-solving? In this episode of the Fueling Creativity in Education podcast, Dr. Cyndi Burnett and Dr. Matthew Worwood welcome Dr. Teresa Lawrence, who is recognized as the subject matter expert on the integration of Creative Problem Solving (CPS) into project management. Listen to how educators and school administrators can use creativity in their leadership roles. While detailing this, Teresa highlights her strategies and frameworks for teaching the integration of creativity and creative problem-solving in schools.    Plus, the trio discusses deliberate approaches to the creative problem-solving process, how to use creativity to build trust and get faculty buy-in to school initiatives, and how to ensure every person feels their voice is heard and acknowledged throughout the problem-solving and decision-making processes.   “My goal in working with school leaders is to allow them to manage challenges better with intentional and active inclusion of all voices.” – Teresa Lawrence   Teresa's Tips for Teachers and Parents: A little bit of creativity is better than no creativity.  Ask your administrators: What are you working on to be better at your craft? Ask your students: How am I doing?    Recommended Resources: Listen to the episode with Dr. Edward Clapp   Eager to bring more creativity into your home or classroom?  Access a variety of creativity resources and tools & listen to more episodes of The Fueling Creativity in Education Podcast by visiting our website,  www.CreativityandEducation.com.   Subscribe to our monthly newsletter!   Have a question? Email Dr. Burnett and Dr. Worwood at questions@fuelingcreativitypodcast.com!   You can also find The Fueling Creativity in Education Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Audible, and PodBean! Make sure to rate, review, and share the podcast if you enjoy it!   About Teresa Lawrence, PhD, PMP, CSM: Teresa is recognized as the subject matter expert on the integration of Creative Problem Solving into project management. She is a previous Superintendent of Schools and is currently fulltime faculty in the Graduate School of Education at the University at Buffalo. In 2016, Teresa established International Deliverables, LLC, a certified New York State Women Business Enterprise (WBE). Teresa helps individuals, teams and organizations innovate and implement solutions that build organizational capacity and ensure value realization. International Deliverables, LLC, was a 2019 Small Business Administration Home-based Business Award recipient. Since 2017, over 80K individuals have been trained by Teresa or have participated in a session she facilitated.    Connect with her on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drteresalawrence  Follow her on Twitter: https://twitter.com/drtlawrence 

PrepWell Podcast with Phil Black
How Not To Get Scammed By Merit Aid

PrepWell Podcast with Phil Black

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 25:05


Show Notes: In today's episode, I talk about financial aid and the comically high cost of college. What's the difference between need-based aid, merit-based aid, and how Tier II colleges intentionally inflate their cost of attendance only to offer big discounts (disguised as a merit or academic scholarships) to make parents and students feel good about themselves and about paying $60K/year to attend. Learn how to not let such "enrollment management" practices entice you into paying more than you should.   0:00:31 Need-based financial aid   0:03:10 Merit-based aid   0:07:33 Fordham case study   0:10:00 Extracting max money   0:12:00 Pick off the slow deer   0:14:20 Everybody's happy, right?   0:16:15 Not worth $80K   0:17:00 Summary insights   Follow us: Enroll in PrepWell Academy Follow on Instagram Follow on Facebook If you want to support the show, here are three immediate steps to take.   Subscribe to the podcast where ever you listen to podcasts Follow me on Instagram or Facebook Give us a review Share this episode with a friend Join our mailing list Enroll your 9th or 10th grader in the program Podcast Host: PrepWell Academy's Founder, Phil Black, has spent a lifetime cracking the code on the world's most competitive programs: Yale University, Harvard Business School, Navy SEALs, Goldman Sachs, Entrepreneurship, Shark Tank (2X), etc.   Inside PrepWell Academy, Black teaches students everything they need to know about the college admissions process in a series of expertly-timed, 3-5-minute, weekly training videos starting in 9th grade and continuing through 12th grade [Note: this program can only be joined in 9th or 10th grade]. My specialties include military service academies, ROTC scholarships, Ivy League, and student-athletes.

The Prickly Things Podcast
Andrea Chavez - 61 Healing & Mental Health Awareness

The Prickly Things Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 88:56


October 10th is World Mental Health Day spreading education and awareness on the importance of talking about mental health, and seeking help needed. Centered on this theme, this DACA Series episode is dedicated to sharing about Andrea's personal experience with mental health and generational trauma within her family. We hope that through this personal story you find comfort in knowing that you are meant to be here, there is a purpose for you, and all things are possible through God!Disclaimer: This is a personal story. Trigger warning is advised.Scholarships for Undocumented StudentsVisit: TheDream.us for more information about the scholarships available. Application round starts November 1st, 2022!The National Scholarship & The Opportunity Scholarship is providing up to 80K to cover your tuition, fees, and (room and board) for Bachelor's Degree.Check out the podcast Instagram page @thepricklythingspodcast. Connect with me on the show by sending a DM or sending an email to thepricklythingspodcast@gmail.com.Follow the Prickly Things PodcastInstagram: @thepricklythingspodcastTik Tok: TPT Podcast

Shades of Content
STOP FORCING THE CREATIVE PROCESS w/ Amber Glaspie @eliavintage

Shades of Content

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 39:02


Elia Vintage founder Amber Glaspie curates her shop as a representation of her personal style. And in addition to the brand's IG filled with incredible vintage inspiration, Amber also offers personal styling and will soon be opening her own line! Amber and I have known each other for a long time through all of our different life phases, and in this episode, Amber shares how she went from working for Beyoncé, arguably the greatest entertainer of all time, to creating Elia Vintage, which now has over 80K followers on Instagram. Amber and I also talk about the need to STOP forcing the creative process, and just allow yourself GRACE to go through life's different seasons. >>Watch HERE

Make Money as a Life Coach
Ep #198: From $18K to $80K with Nicole Oren

Make Money as a Life Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 46:03 Very Popular


In this episode, I'm sitting down with Nicole Oren, a life and business coach for female entrepreneurs wanting to pave their own path to success. She applied for pre-enrollment at $18K in her business, even though the criteria was $25K, and has since defeated the odds. Only seven months later, she has made $80K in her business, and she joins me to share how she did it this week.   Get full show notes and more information here: https://staceyboehman.com/198

Smart Agency Masterclass with Jason Swenk: Podcast for Digital Marketing Agencies
3 Key Strategies to Help You Acquire Tons New Agency Business

Smart Agency Masterclass with Jason Swenk: Podcast for Digital Marketing Agencies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 25:03


Are you struggling with client acquisition? Do you offer a ton of services but still can't scale? Wonder what else you could be doing to get the attention of the right clients? In today's episode, we'll learn how an agency went from getting most of its business from cold emails to evolving its acquisition model. Our guest also shares the mistakes he made in his first two agencies which led to massive success the third time around and a merger deal which led to more growth. Chase Dimond is a partner at Structured Agency, a highly-collaborative eCommerce marketing agency. With three agencies under his belt, Chase now reflects on past mistakes and shares how he grew this agency to a team of 100 people working from 6 countries working with brands doing 7-9 figures online. In this interview, we'll discuss: Mistakes and learning what not to do with your agency. 3 challenges of an agency merger. 3 ways to acquire new agency business. Tips for growing a following on Twitter. Sponsors and Resources Verblio: Today's episode of the Smart Agency Masterclass is sponsored by Verblio. Check out Verblio.com/smartagency and get 50% off your first month of content creation. Our team loves using Verblio because of the ease in their process and their large pool of crowd-sourced writers. Subscribe Apple | Spotify | iHeart Radio | Stitcher | Radio FM   Learning Hard Lessons on What Not to Do to Grow a Digital Agency Chase formed his first agency as a side gig hustle from his full-time job out of college. As a kid who, he admits, thought he knew more than he actually did. He didn't have case studies but he was lucky to purchase a dating website for Bernie Sanders supporters that ended up going viral. It was the best way to attract clients and he learned a lot from the experience. They quickly scaled that agency to $30K per month on the side of their full-time jobs, but offering 8 different services as a side gig wasn't sustainable. The partners disbanded the agency and focused on their full-time jobs. A couple of years later, he gave it another try at creating an agency with some friends. Admittedly the lessons learned the first time didn't stick. This time, they got it to about $80K/month but went their separate ways after a falling out. From that experience, he knew he wanted to start an agency with a singular focus. Email had been at the core of everything since Chase's first business, so in 2018 he started an email marketing agency for eCommerce brands. They later merged with a paid social agency in 2020 servicing similar clients so now they can offer both customer retention and acquisition to their clients. Looking back, he can see that in the first two agencies he made the mistake of trying to offer too many services right away. It was impossible to staff and predict demand for each offering. This time around he's been successful because they focused on doing one service well and then merged with another agency offering a tangential service. 3 Challenges with a Digital Agency Merger Recently, his agency merged with another agency that had been a close referral partner for many years. They actually helped his agency early on with getting their first clients. They were already familiar with each other and offer complimentary services which naturally went together. They realized with more agencies specializing, brands have 8-12 agencies. They decided it would be best to bring together two core services under one roof and one P&L to keep servicing the same clients. There are still a few things lingering even though it's been 2 years since the merger: Establishing a united brand. They haven't figured out how to unite under one name. Clients know and refer to them by their separate names, making it difficult to establish a united identity. However, they might not have to. In Jason's experience, he prefers keeping the agency's name and identity so clients don't get confused. Cross-selling services is harder than expected. They used to sell people on an email campaign, which is a very simple service to explain. But now they have to sell clients on paid ads as well, which is more complex and has a lot of moving parts. Figuring out how to cross-sell and educate clients is really important. Without it, the agency loses opportunities because your clients don't know or understand the services. Realizing shared costs and infrastructure. They still have operations on each side and haven't really crossed the chasm of understanding the other person's business model, how to offer their services, and how they differ. 3 Strategies to Acquiring New Agency Business  1. Building the Founders' Personal Brand In 2018, a lot of their business came from cold emails. Now they have evolved into content marketing, strategic partners, and developing the founders' personal brands. In this way they are focused on podcasts interviews, speaking at events, and creating out content to attract clients. 2. White Labeling One of the things they did early on is become a white-label partner for big agencies. Big agencies not specialized in email marketing would bring them in as a partner agency. Many are not willing to be a white-label partner for other businesses, but it has been a really great way to build case studies. 3. Strategic Partnerships Another big source of business are partnerships, which came in three shapes: tech partners, influencers, and other agencies. Tech partners, like Klaviyo, work best when partnering with a fast-growing tech brand. Another way to gain authority is by partnering with other personal brands or influencers within your client niche. Lastly, is other agencies. The easiest way to build your agency in the very beginning is to get in bed with other agencies and have them white label you. The key is finding the right partner who accepts your agency and its processes without . Tips for Growing Your Following on Twitter Chase now focuses on developing his brand on Twitter, LinkedIn, and short-form video. He has between 70K-80K followers on Twitter and is getting about 3 million impressions every single month on his content. For him, growing on Twitter is all about: Consistency: tweeting about four times a day. Threads: they take a lot of time to plan and you really have to know how to make them hook audiences and keep people interested. But they work wonderfully once you do. Distribution: getting the right people to comment, like, and retweet your content. Once he had that in place, Chase also started to run ads targeted at his followers with relevant content he wanted them to see, like his threads. So he'll use ads to retarget his own content to people. He's also started to build a network of specific pages. For example, he has “email of the day” thread, where he shares screenshots of emails he likes. Because Twitter is his biggest platform, any content that works there gets repurposed for other platforms. For example, if one of his tweets is a hit, it will go on his IG and LI. For the most shared tweets, he'll do a video later on. Want the Support of Amazing Digital Agency Owners? If you want to be around amazing agency owners that can see you may not be able to see and help you grow your agency, go to the Digital Agency Elite to learn all about our exclusive mastermind.

The White Pube
Our biggest fight ever

The White Pube

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 101:34


We recorded an Ask Me Anything to celebrate 7 years of The White Pube. We get INTO it. We talk about Zarina's day job, the few days we worked for the Brexit festival, going viral, health, the future, what we would do if the other one died, and of course, our biggest fight ever. We actually filmed this one so if you want to watch it with some visual illustrations, the link is here and there are captions on the video too. It's all fun and games and gossip but just,,, thank you for allowing us to do this job. I can't believe it's been that long. I really, really can't believe it. Thank you to the 30K monthly readers on the website, to the 80K on insta, the 20K on twitter, to our 705 Patreon people, and to YOU the growing podcast listenership as well :) thank you sooooo much!!! If you listened to this episode, please comment the following when we share it on insta: Hi The White Pube - It's me, your only reader. For Months I have created the illusion that you are writing to a large audience. But here's the truth: all these people reading are me. And now, for you to be convinced of this, I will send this message from all my accounts.

Eat Blog Talk | Megan Porta
347: Tips for Busy Bloggers to Manage their Time More Efficiently and Grow their Blog Monthly with Aimee Pruett

Eat Blog Talk | Megan Porta

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 31:42


In episode 347, Megan chats to Aimee Pruett about time management tactics to help you grow your blog when you have limited time. Creator of Food Banjo, Aimee is a food blogger by night, marketing manager by day and a mother of 2 small kids. Regardless of her busy schedule, she has been able to scale her blog's sessions monthly, going from 10K to over 80K over the past year by using her time wisely. In this episode, she shares her top time management tips that have helped her grow her blog exponentially while still fulfilling her other commitments. - If you don't have a lot of time, what should you lean into? - Tips for optimizing old content. - Priotizing your responsibilities - Recipe testing tactics to save time. - Time efficient ways to do food photography. - How to find free hours to accomplish your goals. - Timely ways to learn new skills. Connect with Aimee Pruett Website | Instagram

The FI Show
From Addiction to Multimillionaire | Justin David Carl

The FI Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 55:05


Today's episode features Justin David Carl aka Dragon, creator of Alchemize Life and Fit Rich Vegan. If you look at Justin today you'll see Life Alchemist, Entrepreneur, Holistic Wellbeing Thought-Leader, Podcaster, Fitness & Money Coach, Fashionista, Spiritual Hipster, and the list goes on. That wasn't always true though... Justin had spent most of his younger years with the singular goal of getting into Stanford, which he eventually did. However, he found himself leaving Stanford for a career in nightlife. It was there that Justin started realizing his entrepreneurial abilities... but they came at a cost. Although he was making great making, he was struggling with abuse, depression, addiction, eating disorders, etc. Luckily, Justin realized he was headed down the wrong path and returned to Stanford. There, he would get the opportunity to join an early-stage company in a sales role and increase his net worth from -$80K to over $1M in just two years. If you enjoyed Justin's story as much as we did, please share! Links From the Episode Alchemize Life Fit Rich Vegan Justin's Instagram YouTube Interview https://youtu.be/2B-6-kMQB48 Join the Community We'd love to hear your comments and questions about this week's episode. Here are some of the best ways to stay in touch and get involved in The FI Show community! Grab the Ultimate FI Spreadsheet Join our Facebook Group Leave us a voicemail Send an email to contact [at] TheFiShow [dot] com If you like what you hear, please subscribe and leave a rating/review! >> You can do that by clicking here

Fueling Deals
Episode 191: Achieving Financial Stability Through Real Estate with Jack Gibson

Fueling Deals

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 49:45


From his college dorm making direct sales, Jack Gibson began his journey at age 19, where he built a multimillion-dollar venture before he was old enough even to rent a car. After several stock market setbacks, he became passionate about learning everything to do with real estate investing and generating passive income. This is why Jack Gibson is now a go-to person for investment guidance. Gibson has also authored "Indestructible Wealth", a practical guide to building an investment income. In this episode, Jack shares his favorite investments to achieve financial freedom, and gives valuable advice for those starting out: focus on one main stream of income, and eliminate distractions to build your wealth faster. Investing in Something Predictable A common problem all entrepreneurs share is income inconsistency. It does not matter if your company is five, twenty, or fifty years old, results can still fluctuate depending on the country's economy. Of course, you can do dividends, but what good does a 1.5% average yield do? That is not enough to increase your net worth. As already mentioned in earlier episodes of the DealQuest podcast, it is hard to compete in the stock market, especially for the average individual investor. Doing anything other than dollar cost averaging into a diversified portfolio/trying to beat the market does not pay off for most investors. Furthermore, technology like program trading systems can make it all the more difficult to compete with the big players. To ensure a stable income in his career, Jack started focusing on passive investments. There are always going to be times of volatility in the markets--and no business is truly 100% passive--but, by focusing on investments in less efficient markets like real estate in which you have more chance to be competitive and find lucrative deals and in connection with which you do not lose any sleep fearing losing your income overnight. Real Estate: Low Risk And High Return Real estate endeavors represent 70% of Jack's total portfolio, and is a great place to have incremental growth. As it is a less efficient market, there are more opportunities for smaller players to do well. The competition between investors is also fairer, as it requires you to study and dedicate yourself to understanding the market: In real estate, you don't need to check the valuations every day, different from the crypto market, for example. Even if the market drops 20%, in real estate you do not have to worry about your money as long as you own a cash-flowing property. As an example, Jack once acquired an $80K property where he did not check the evaluation for five years, then he sold it for $230K. In his mind, no other investment has such low risk and high returns like real estate. You can increase income by adding extra value or repurposing long-term properties to short-term AirBnB, increasing yields by two to three times. Jack's real estate journey began by buying up rentals for passive income, and then selling them for additional income. As much as it is comparatively safe, keep in mind that real estate is not 100% passive or without risk. When you buy a property, you're buying a business: it's got an income coming in, you've got property management, and you have got expenses and you need to understand all aspects of that business. Storage: The Most Passive Income As stated earlier, there are no investments that are completely passive. However, storage is as close as you can get to it. Although real estate represents almost all of Jack's portfolio, he says his favorite investment is storage facilities due to how passive and resilient it is to any economic downturn. The way Jack can have good returns in the storage sector while not having it be a distraction to his core real estate business is simple: he is an investor in somebody else's syndicate which makes the storage facility investments. Multiple Streams Of Income Can Distract You You've probably heard the phrase: "You shouldn't have all your eggs in one basket", this is partially true! But for people early in their career, multiple streams of income can become multiple streams of distractions, reducing your ability to dedicate yourself to the possibilities for your money to grow. If you look at most financially successful people, they started with a single stream of income, focus and dedicate themselves to it, and diversified as they grew. According to Jack's experience, this is the most effective way to build wealth faster. You Can Invest In Down Markets As opposed to what many people think, there are enormous opportunities in down markets, including when buying properties. People often miss this window out of fear and lose what could be a big deal. During the COVID-19 stock market crash, Jack was convinced the market was going to continue to drop, but after a few days, the opposite happened: it rebounded fast. Jack missed an incredible buying opportunity by trying to predict the bottom time. So, do not let fear stop you, markets always cycle in and out, we just do not know when. Connect with Jack for more: https://www.myindestructiblewealth.com/ https://highreturnrealestate.com/ Corey Kupfer is an expert strategist, negotiator, and dealmaker. He has more than 35 years of professional deal-making and negotiating experience. Corey is a successful entrepreneur, attorney, consultant, author, and professional speaker. He is deeply passionate about deal-driven growth. He is also the creator and host of the DealQuest Podcast. If you want to find out how deal-ready you are, take the Deal-Ready Assessment today!

La retraite à 40 ans par Victor Lora
[REDIFF] - Faire son FIRE en 6 mois - Martin

La retraite à 40 ans par Victor Lora

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 67:24


Martin, il ressemble à beaucoup d'entre nous. Il a fait une école de commerce, puis du conseil. Il a décidé de quitter le nord pour s'installer au soleil à Montpellier. Il travaillait encore trop,en M&A (fusion-acquisition). Après un déclic, il s'est lancé dans l'immobilier pour atteindre son objectif: la liberté financière. Dans ce nouvel épisode de notre podcast, il nous explique comment il a fait son FIRE en 6 mois et revient sur ses investissements immo. N'hésitez pas à laisser un petit commentaire et 5 étoiles

Market Trends with Tracy
Avian Flu Takes A Toll on Turkey

Market Trends with Tracy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 3:23


Last week we had reports of 390K birds removed from the food supply, mostly turkeys, a worrying event and hopefully not a trend.  BUT – it is a trend.  This week we have new reports removing 3.1 million birds – 3 million egg laying chickens in Ohio and another 80K turkeys.  Seems we may be getting a double dose of bird flu this year.  Fall migration will be starting soon and this is not a great way to finish the year.  Expect an already tight supply to get tighter and prices move higher.  So far this year there have been 43.8 million birds removed from the food supply.  Looking at chicken, were the availability is strong, no avian flu reports, plenty of product, good pricing.   Episode Sources:https://www.provisioneronline.com/articles/113248-bacon-report-2022-all-sizzle-no-fizzle?oly_enc_id=9442E4975623E5Thttps://www.wsj.com/articles/record-turkey-prices-could-make-for-a-fowl-thanksgiving-11662117778https://www.ams.usda.gov/market-news/daily-pork-reportshttps://usda.library.cornell.edu/concern/publications/gm80hv35d?locale=en#release-itemshttps://www.uniprofoodservice.com/https://www.urnerbarry.com/https://www.barchart.com/https://www.cdc.gov/flu/avianflu/data-map-commercial.htmlLearn more on our website, Savalfoods.comFind us on Social Media:InstagramFacebookYouTubeTwitterLinkedInSaval Foodservice is proudly celebrating 90 years in business in 2022.Shop our exclusive line of delicatessen products, Saval Deli- still made in Baltimore, Maryland, since 1932. 

The Dragon's Lair Motorcycle Chaos
Mongols Trial - How to Stop Officers From Stealing From the MC

The Dragon's Lair Motorcycle Chaos

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 74:33


While observing the current Mongols trial some interesting but sad facts have been presented during testimony. Lil Dave, the former International President, has been accused of stealing perhaps as much as $80K per month. If true that is a massive amount of money for any club to lose. But the Mongols is not the first international MC to suffer this fate. A couple of years ago even Iron Order had $200,000 pilfered from their coffers by their officer manager. Today we will examine traditional MC protocols designed to keep officers from stealing from the club. Join us as we discuss.Get my new Audio Book Prospect's Bible from these links: United States https://adbl.co/3OBsfl5United Kingdom https://adbl.co/3J6tQxTFrance https://bit.ly/3OFWTtfGermany https://adbl.co/3b81syQ Help us get to 10,000 subscribers on www.instagram.com/BlackDragonBikerTV on Instagram. Thank you!Follow us on TikTok www.tiktok.com/@blackdragonbikertv Subscribe to our new discord server https://discord.gg/dshaTSTGet 20% off Gothic biker rings by using my special discount code: blackdragon go to http://gthic.com?aff=147Subscribe to our online news magazine www.bikerliberty.comBuy Black Dragon Merchandise, Mugs, Hats, T-Shirts Books: https://blackdragonsgear.comDonate to our cause with Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/BlackDragonNP Donate to our cause with PayPal https://tinyurl.com/yxudso8z Subscribe to our Prepper Channel “Think Tactical”: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-WnkPNJLZ2a1vfis013OAgSUBSCRIBE TO Black Dragon Biker TV YouTube https://tinyurl.com/y2xv69buKEEP UP ON SOCIAL MEDIA:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/blackdragonbikertvTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/jbunchiiFacebook : https://www.facebook.com/blackdragonbiker

Breakaway Wealth Podcast
Carbon Investing and Accelerated Depreciation with Michelle Kimbro

Breakaway Wealth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 30:13


Michelle Kimbro is a nursing executive turned investment entrepreneur here to teach us how to reduce your taxable income by investing in carbon capture and storage technology using accelerated depreciation. Michelle literally drills down into cash-on-cash ways of doing this, using innovative new offshore drilling and carbon capture technology that incentivizes tax breaks through accelerated depreciation.    Michelle's patented mobile carbon capture technology contracts with Exxon and their technology sits atop the pipeline and simultaneously absorbs and cleans the CO2 emissions to EPA standards. That is then re-injected back into the same well site for what is called ‘enhanced oil recovery'. This saves Exxon a lot of money to sequester the CO2 (as they'd ordinarily have to haul it off to a processing plant and then sell to a secondary market). This closed service is far more lucrative.    Michelle's company raises capital for the equipment and revenue shares with Exxon on the additional barrels of oil that come out of the well site. The kicker is that they can leverage a portion of the tax code favorable to oil and gas – and leverage bonus depreciation in year one for their investors. This is the last year where bonus depreciation is set at 100% (next year, it goes to 80%, with a 20% reduction until it's phased out).   A $100K investment, for example, would yield a 2X return ($200K), factoring in bonus depreciation. If you're paying 40% on tax, you can reduce your taxable income by $80K. This is huge for someone living in a high-income state. Plus, it cash flows. If you average the annual rate of return over seven years, it's between 25 - 26%. As Jim says, “Wow, where else are you going to get that?”    This investment is for someone looking for a tax play to reduce their taxable income – as well as being something that cash flows. And, with an additional 80 000 IRS agents looking into the real estate market, this investment seems even more appealing. This offering is a 506C offering for accredited investors only. - Connect with Jim Oliver:   Facebook: CreateTailwind & Jim Oliver Website: https://createtailwind.com/ YouTube: CreateTailwind LinkedIn: Jim Oliver Join the Community: https://community.createtailwind.com/ RSVP for the next community Q&A HERE: https://community.createtailwind.com/events   Connect with Michelle Kimbro: Email: michelle@gopolarisinvestments.com Website: emprinvestor.com

CEO School
192. Sami Wunder: The Blueprint to Having Healthy Romantic Relationships for Highly Successful Women

CEO School

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 52:11


In today's episode, you will hear from Sami Wunder, a multi-seven-figure love coach, on the blueprint to having healthy romantic relationships as highly successful women. Sami shares what it looks like to have a winner mentality in your love life and lets us in on the secrets of the art of pacing. She also teaches how to maximize your feminine energy and her three steps to having the best sex. Sami Wunder is a leading international dating and relationship coach who specializes in helping high-achieving women find and keep amazing romantic love through the embodiment of their magnetic feminine energy. She quit her job as an economist for United Nations with 2,000 pounds in savings and made six figures In her first year. As the CEO of a thriving multi-seven-figure business, Sami currently serves a highly engaged, global clientele of over 80K followers across 55 countries. Her clients range from Hollywood celebrities to UK TV stars to CEOs, bankers, lawyers, doctors, renowned authors, leading entrepreneurs, and more. Sami has been featured in Forbes, Business Insider, Time Magazine, and more. She was also named the “Get the Ring Coach” by BBC. Connect with Sami Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/samiwundercoach/ Website: https://www.samiwunder.com/ Lean In At Work, Lean Back in Love: https://samiwundercoaching.activehosted.com/f/357   Sign up for our upcoming Free Masterclass with Suneera: 5 Ways to Take You From 6 to 7 Figures in Your Business: https://theceoschool.co/scale-masterclass/ Follow @ceoschool for inspiration and exclusive behind-the-scenes you won't find anywhere else. This episode is sponsored by The Club, a Quarterly box and digital monthly community to help you level up in leadership and life. Learn more today at https://join.theceoschool.co/  

The CEOLAWYER Podcast
SHOULD YOU PRACTICE DELAYED GRATIFICATION? - THE CEO LAWYER PODCAST EPISODE #34

The CEOLAWYER Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 16:53


Welcome to The CEO Lawyer Podcast where we talk about law, life and business.One of my friends owns a successful business that's nearly a year old, he has $80K saved and has business expenses covered for the next eight months. He wants to reward himself by purchasing an exotic car so he asked me for advice. What do you think I told him to do? Watch this podcast episode to find out!

The Nonlinear Library
EA - EA & LW Forums Weekly Summary (21 Aug - 27 Aug 22') by Zoe Williams

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 20:36


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: EA & LW Forums Weekly Summary (21 Aug - 27 Aug 22'), published by Zoe Williams on August 30, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. Supported by Rethink Priorities Sunday August 21st - Saturday August 27th The amount of content on the EA and LW forums has been accelerating. This is awesome, but makes it tricky to keep up with! The below hopes to help by summarizing popular (>40 karma) posts each week. It also includes announcements and ideas from Twitter that this audience might find interesting. This will be a regular series published weekly - let me know in the comments if you have any feedback on what could make it more useful!If you'd like to receive these summaries via email, you can subscribe here. Methodology This series originated from a task I did as Peter Wildeford's executive research assistant at Rethink Priorities, to summarize his weekly readings. If your post is in the ‘Didn't Summarize' list, please don't take that as a judgment on its quality - it's likely just a topic less relevant to his work. I've also left out technical AI posts because I don't have the background knowledge to do them justice. My methodology has been to use this and this link to find the posts with >40 karma in a week for the EA forum and LW forum respectively, read / skim each, and summarize those that seem relevant to Peter. Those that meet the karma threshold as of Sunday each week are considered (sometimes I might summarize a very popular later-in-the-week post in the following week's summary, if it doesn't meet the bar until then). For twitter, I skim through the following lists: AI, EA, Forecasting, National Security (mainly nuclear), Science (mainly biosec). I'm going through a large volume of posts so it's totally possible I'll get stuff wrong. If I've misrepresented your post, or you'd like a summary edited, please let me know (via comment or DM). EA Forum Philosophy and Methodologies Critque's of MacAskill's ‘Is it Good to Make Happy People?' Discusses population asymmetry, the viewpoint that a new life of suffering is bad, but a new life of happiness is neutral or only weakly positive. Post is mainly focused on what these viewpoints are and that they have many proponents vs. specific arguments for them. Mentions that they weren't well covered in Will's book and could affect the conclusions there. Presents evidence that people's intuitions tend towards needing significantly more happy people than equivalent level of suffering people for a tradeoff to be ‘worth it' (3:1 to 100:1 depending on question specifics), and that therefore a big future (which would likely have more absolute suffering, even if not proportionally) could be bad. EAs Underestimate Uncertainty in Cause Prioritization Argues that EAs work across too narrow a distribution of causes given our uncertainty in which are best, and that standard prioritizations are interpreted as more robust than they really are.As an example, they mention that 80K states “some of their scores could easily be wrong by a couple of points” and this scale of uncertainty could put factory farming on par with AI. The Repugnant Conclusion Isn't The repugnant conclusion (Parfit, 1984) is the argument that enough lives ‘barely worth living' are better than a much smaller set of super duper awesome lives. In one description of it, Parfit said the barely worth it lives had ‘nothing bad in them' (but not much good either). The post argues that actually makes those lives pretty awesome and non-repugnant, because nothing bad is a high bar. A Critical Review of Givewell's 2022 Cost-effectiveness Model NB: longer article - only skimmed it so I may have missed some pieces. Suggestions for cost-effectiveness modeling in EA by a health economist, with Givewell as a case study. The author believes the overall approach to be good, with the follow...

The Nonlinear Library
LW - EA & LW Forums Weekly Summary (21 Aug - 27 Aug 22') by Zoe Williams

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 20:41


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: EA & LW Forums Weekly Summary (21 Aug - 27 Aug 22'), published by Zoe Williams on August 30, 2022 on LessWrong. This is also posted on the EA forum: see here.Supported by Rethink Priorities Sunday August 21st - Saturday August 27th The amount of content on the EA and LW forums has been accelerating. This is awesome, but makes it tricky to keep up with! The below hopes to help by summarizing popular (>40 karma) posts each week. It also includes announcements and ideas from Twitter that this audience might find interesting. This will be a regular series published weekly - let me know in the comments if you have any feedback on what could make it more useful!If you'd like to receive these summaries via email, you can subscribe here. Methodology This series originated from a task I did as Peter Wildeford's executive research assistant at Rethink Priorities, to summarize his weekly readings. If your post is in the ‘Didn't Summarize' list, please don't take that as a judgment on its quality - it's likely just a topic less relevant to his work. I've also left out technical AI posts because I don't have the background knowledge to do them justice. My methodology has been to use this and this link to find the posts with >40 karma in a week for the EA forum and LW forum respectively, read / skim each, and summarize those that seem relevant to Peter. Those that meet the karma threshold as of Sunday each week are considered (sometimes I might summarize a very popular later-in-the-week post in the following week's summary, if it doesn't meet the bar until then). For twitter, I skim through the following lists: AI, EA, Forecasting, National Security (mainly nuclear), Science (mainly biosec). I'm going through a large volume of posts so it's totally possible I'll get stuff wrong. If I've misrepresented your post, or you'd like a summary edited, please let me know (via comment or DM). EA Forum Philosophy and Methodologies Critque's of MacAskill's ‘Is it Good to Make Happy People?' Discusses population asymmetry, the viewpoint that a new life of suffering is bad, but a new life of happiness is neutral or only weakly positive. Post is mainly focused on what these viewpoints are and that they have many proponents vs. specific arguments for them. Mentions that they weren't well covered in Will's book and could affect the conclusions there. Presents evidence that people's intuitions tend towards needing significantly more happy people than equivalent level of suffering people for a tradeoff to be ‘worth it' (3:1 to 100:1 depending on question specifics), and that therefore a big future (which would likely have more absolute suffering, even if not proportionally) could be bad. EAs Underestimate Uncertainty in Cause Prioritization Argues that EAs work across too narrow a distribution of causes given our uncertainty in which are best, and that standard prioritizations are interpreted as more robust than they really are.As an example, they mention that 80K states “some of their scores could easily be wrong by a couple of points” and this scale of uncertainty could put factory farming on par with AI. The Repugnant Conclusion Isn't The repugnant conclusion (Parfit, 1984) is the argument that enough lives ‘barely worth living' are better than a much smaller set of super duper awesome lives. In one description of it, Parfit said the barely worth it lives had ‘nothing bad in them' (but not much good either). The post argues that actually makes those lives pretty awesome and non-repugnant, because nothing bad is a high bar. A Critical Review of Givewell's 2022 Cost-effectiveness Model NB: longer article - only skimmed it so I may have missed some pieces. Suggestions for cost-effectiveness modeling in EA by a health economist, with Givewell as a case study. The author believes the overall approach ...

The Nonlinear Library
EA - Earn To Give $1M/year or Work Directly? by Yonatan Cale

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 2:15


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Earn To Give $1M/year or Work Directly?, published by Yonatan Cale on August 29, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. TL;DR: Many people aren't sure if it would be more impactful for them to earn to give or to work at an EA aligned org. I suggest a solution to solve this problem quickly: Ask the org. What to ask? “Would you prefer to hire me, or to hire your next best candidate and have me donate [as much as you'd donate]?” My prior on their answer I think big longtermism/meta orgs will definitely prefer to hire you if you're their top candidate. Not sure about other orgs. Ask! I asked Ben West from the Centre for Effective Altruism Ben: I personally previously averaged ~$2M/year EtGing but think my labor at CEA is more valuable. I can't think of an instance where I thought someone shouldn't have applied to CEA because EtG was so obviously better. I can think of two instances where I thought applicants should plausibly do EtG despite me wanting to hire them; both were making ~$10M/year. [I'm still glad they applied though] I can't think of an instance where I thought that someone referred to me for advice from 80K should EtG if they had a direct work offer (these people are usually making $500k-1M/yr). If you are making $750k-$20M/yr and think EtG is so obviously better than direct work that it's not worth applying, I'm happy to have a call with you and find an easy way for employers to consider you without taking much of your time. [Note that I am just recommending that people apply, I'm not guaranteeing that they will be hired. I'm also not saying that EtG is always wrong, just that it's rarely so clearly right that you shouldn't even bother to apply to direct jobs.] Would you like to add your own org's answer? Comment below or contact me. Am I saying that people who don't make $1M/year shouldn't apply? No! Totally apply. This post is meant for people who are making a lot of money (however much that might be) and so assume that working directly is definitely not for them, or that it's very hard to check. Did this help? Let me know, even anonymously. Thanks for listening. To help us out with The Nonlinear Library or to learn more, please visit nonlinear.org.

The Nonlinear Library
EA - Gaps and opportunities in the EA talent & recruiting landscape by Anya Hunt

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 20:26


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Gaps and opportunities in the EA talent & recruiting landscape, published by Anya Hunt on August 26, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. Thanks to Niel Bowerman, Habiba Islam, Lee McClenon, Holly Morgan, Steve Thompson, Kathryn Mecrow-Flynn, Ben Snodin and Yonatan Cale for their thoughtful feedback on a draft of this post (though note that they don't necessarily endorse our views, and all mistakes are our own)! Note that Anya currently manages recruiting for Open Philanthropy, but this post represents only her views and not the views of OP. TL;DR Over the past 6 months or so, we've seen an encouraging uptick in conversations and initiatives to solve commonly-felt pain points in EA recruitment. In this post, we: Give an overview of what we see as currently happening in the space in order to try and create common knowledge about what's happening Share our perceptions of potentially neglected areas of EA recruitment which we would be excited to see more people working on. Where relevant, we outline potential project ideas people could pursue, as well as risks that might come with working on them If, after reading, you're excited about pursuing any of the project ideas listed in this post or have ideas in a similar vein you'd like to explore further, feel free to DM Anya and she'll try to help if she can! The EA recruitment landscape today We think one of the best ways the EA movement can add value to the world is by directing talent towards critical, neglected problems. This year, there's been a notable and exciting increase in energy around outreach to new people who might be interested in EA. And lots of organizations are on the lookout for talented people to fill open roles (e.g. there have been ~2300 roles listed on the 80,000 Hours job board so far in 2022). Earlier this year, Katie spoke to ~20 people working on various EA projects to get a better sense of the current EA community talent and recruitment landscape. Here's what we observed across the community: Individual organizations trying to hire people. This looks like in-house recruiters and hiring managers recruiting for their own orgs (via e.g. asking other organizations for referrals, scanning public lists for potential talent and conducting cold outreach). This also looks like open roles being publicly advertised in the hopes that the right people will proactively apply (see 80K's Jobs Board, EA Work Club, the EA Newsletter's ‘applications due soon' section, the EA Forum's Who's hiring? thread, EA group newsletters, Effective Altruism Job Postings on Facebook, Tom Wein's list of social purpose job boards). Candidates publicly listing themselves in the hopes of being hired. See the EA Forum's Who wants to be hired? thread, Pineapple Operations' PA directory, 80K's longtermist census). Some candidate-focused matchmaking efforts. E.g. 80K's career coaching program might include introductions to orgs that are hiring, and some EA groups have career coaches who mostly advise on making career plans but can nudge specific folk to apply to particular roles. A number of organizations and affinity groups maintain CRMs and help direct people towards roles as one of their activities. Many EA groups and community-building orgs do some recruitment (e.g. managing their own CRMs, responding to various organizations' requests for referrals for individual roles and ‘signposting' people towards relevant opportunities). Beyond local EA groups, we're aware of the following organizations who do this : CEA's Groups team (identifying promising group organizers) and EA Global's stewardship program (connecting promising EAG attendees to mentors/opportunities) The Global Challenges Project (longtermist-focused outreach to students) EA Consulting Network (outreach to consultants) High Impact Professionals (support for workplace prof...

The Epstein Chronicles
The Tax Loophole That Allows The Rich To Stash Their Money Offshore (8/26/22)

The Epstein Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 19:10


The IRS has announced that it will be adding over 80K new agents to the roster in the coming years in order to go after people who are evading their taxes. The problem with that is, the very law itself helps these cheats use loopholes to stash their money. Until the loopholes are all closed, it won't matter how many agents are hired, because the ultra wealthy will continue to be able to legally stash their money in a place where it won't be found. Meanwhile, if you have an Etsy store or if you have a side hustle, you better make sure YOUR books are up to date. (commercial at 12:33)to contact me:bobbycapucci@protonmail.comsource:https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/markets/tax-loophole-lets-the-rich-hide-billions-offshore-report-finds/ar-AA115UUs?ocid=msedgntp&cvid=bfcb0c22d2bf3e6fe5b33cb7ac96d86e

Beyond The Horizon
The Tax Loophole That Allows The Rich To Stash Their Money Offshore (8/26/22)

Beyond The Horizon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 19:10


The IRS has announced that it will be adding over 80K new agents to the roster in the coming years in order to go after people who are evading their taxes. The problem with that is, the very law itself helps these cheats use loopholes to stash their money. Until the loopholes are all closed, it won't matter how many agents are hired, because the ultra wealthy will continue to be able to legally stash their money in a place where it won't be found. Meanwhile, if you have an Etsy store or if you have a side hustle, you better make sure YOUR books are up to date. (commercial at 12:33)to contact me:bobbycapucci@protonmail.comsource:https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/markets/tax-loophole-lets-the-rich-hide-billions-offshore-report-finds/ar-AA115UUs?ocid=msedgntp&cvid=bfcb0c22d2bf3e6fe5b33cb7ac96d86e

The Get Paid Podcast: The Stark Reality of Entrepreneurship and Being Your Own Boss
Kaneisha Grayson: Hitting 7 Figures and Reducing Your Revenue Goal

The Get Paid Podcast: The Stark Reality of Entrepreneurship and Being Your Own Boss

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 78:46


Kaneisha Grayson is the founder of The Art of Applying®, the world's largest Black-owned graduate admissions consulting firm and the world's largest woman-of-color owned graduate admissions consulting firm. The Art of Applying® has directly helped 1000+ nontraditional applicants get into the world's top business, public policy, and law programs with over $20 million in merit scholarships to pay for it. Kaneisha is a graduate of Harvard Business School and Harvard Kennedy School. She is also the author of Be Your Own Boyfriend, an avid slow traveler, and the host of Scale Your Joy, the only podcast that teaches high achievers with fancy degrees how to craft a business and life they love. She lives in Austin, Texas with her rescue pup Lady Zadie. “I dropped out of school before I went to Harvard.” - Kaneisha Grayson   This Week on the Get Paid Podcast: The thrill of receiving royalty checks. Going from giving dating advice to helping people prep grad school applications. What can you do if you get grant money and can't finish the project you got money to do? Is bold pricing from the start worth it in the long run?  Using anonymous forums to bring in clients. What does Kaneisha have to do with the beginning of BSchool? The compare and despair feeling of watching the people around you succeed quickly while your success takes longer to show up. The steps Kaneisha took to get her business from $80K per year to the million dollar + mark.  The important skill Kaneisha's business education totally lacked, even as a Harvard Grad. Where Kaneisha focuses her ad spend these days and where her clients come from. Having a million dollar business year during the worst year of your life. Quick-calculating what Kaneisha needs to do to have a $600K year, including looking at the cost of hiring support people. You also get a look at the structure of Kaneisha's staff. Is it possible to get part-time/freelance employees invested in the success of a solopreneur's company?   Mentioned in this podcast: River City Youth Foundation Laura Roeder Chris Guillebeau BSchool Jenny Blake    Connect with Jereshia Hawk: Kaneisha.com The Art of Applying Be Your Own Boyfriend Scale Your Joy Podcast 5 Money Mistakes Episode, Scale Your Joy Podcast Kaneisha Grayson on Instagram Kaneisha Grayson on TikTok Kaneisha Grayson on YouTube   Thanks for tuning into the Get Paid Podcast! If you enjoyed today's episode, head over to Apple Podcasts to subscribe, rate, and leave your honest review. Connect with me on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram, visit my website for even more detailed strategies, and be sure to share your favorite episodes on social media. Now, it's time to go get yourself paid.

The Nonlinear Library
EA - Long-Term Future Fund: December 2021 grant recommendations by abergal

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 22:51


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Long-Term Future Fund: December 2021 grant recommendations, published by abergal on August 18, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. Introduction The Long-Term Future Fund made the following grants as part of its 2021 Q4 grant cycle (grants paid out sometime between August and December 2021): Total funding distributed: 2,081,577 Number of grantees: 34 Acceptance rate (excluding desk rejections): 54% Payout date: July - December 2021 Report authors: Asya Bergal (Chair), Oliver Habryka, Adam Gleave, Evan Hubinger 2 of our grantees requested that we not include public reports for their grants. (You can read our policy on public reporting here). We also referred 2 grants, totalling $110,000, to private funders, and approved 3 grants, totalling $102,000, that were later withdrawn by grantees.If you're interested in getting funding from the Long-Term Future Fund, apply here.(Note: The initial sections of this post were written by me, Asya Bergal.) Other updates Our grant volume and overall giving increased significantly in 2021 (and in 2022 – to be featured in a later payout report). In the second half of 2021, we applied for funding from larger institutional funders to make sure we could make all the grants that we thought were above the bar for longtermist spending. We received two large grants at the end of 2021: $1,417,000 from the Survival and Flourishing Fund's 2021-H2 S-process round $2,583,000 from Open Philanthropy Going forward, my guess is that donations from smaller funders will be insufficient to support our grantmaking, and we'll mainly be relying on larger funders. More grants and limited fund manager time mean that the write-ups in this report are shorter than our write-ups have been traditionally. I think communicating publicly about our decision-making process continues to be valuable for the overall ecosystem, so in future reports, we're likely to continue writing short one-sentence summaries for most of our grants, and more for larger grants or grants that we think are particularly interesting. Highlights Here are some of the public grants from this round that I thought looked most exciting ex ante: $50,000 to support John Wentworth's AI alignment research. We've written about John Wentworth's work in the past here. (Note: We recommended this grant to a private funder, rather than funding it through LTFF donations.) $18,000 to support Nicholas Whitaker doing blogging and movement building at the intersection of EA / longtermism and Progress Studies. The Progress Studies community is adjacent to the longtermism community, and is one of a small number of communities thinking carefully about the long-term future. I think having more connections between the two is likely to be good both from an epistemic and a talent pipeline perspective. Nick had strong references and seemed well-positioned to do this work, as the co-founder and editor of the Works in Progress magazine. $60,000 to support Peter Hartree pursuing independent study, plus a few "special projects". Peter has done good work for 80K for several years, received very strong references, and has an impressive history of independent projects, including Inbox When Ready. Grant Recipients In addition to the grants described below, 2 grants have been excluded from this report at the request of the applicants. Note: Some of the grants below include detailed descriptions of our grantees. Public reports are optional for our grantees, and we run all of our payout reports by grantees before publishing them. We think carefully about what information to include to maximize transparency while respecting grantees' preferences. We encourage anyone who thinks they could use funding to positively influence the long-term trajectory of humanity to apply for funding. Grants evaluated by Evan Hubinger EA Switzerland/PIB...

Silent Sales Machine Radio
#503: College grad doesn't need his biz degree if he's putting $20K/month in the bank with Amazon Replens!

Silent Sales Machine Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 63:41


Today's episode features a guest who recently graduated from college with a business degree, but it's what he learned in the ProvenAmazonCourse.com course that's helped him build a business that puts $20,000 per month in the bank (currently rolling 30 days sales of $80K at 24% net). He's on a fantastic trajectory and you'll learn so many practical strategies as you hear him talk through the growth stages he's seen - going from "scanning barcodes" and "eBay flips" to finding our community and building a systemized business that only requires about 4 hours of attention each day!   Watch this episode on our YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/xeU8A3sf0zc Today's guest Kyle Verhoff   Show note LINKS:   My Silent Team Facebook group. 100% FREE! Join 69,000 + Facebook members from around the world who are using the internet creatively every day to launch and grow multiple income streams through our exciting PROVEN strategies! There's no support community like this one anywhere else in the world!   JimCockrumCoaching.com - Get a free session with a business consultant on our team at 1-800-994-1792 / 1-801-693-1688 or TEXT US at 385-284-7701 (US & Canada only for Text)  ALL of our coaches are running very successful businesses of their own based on the models we teach here! We've been setting the standard for excellence in e-commerce and Amazon seller coaching since 2002 with over 7,000 students served! Hundreds of our successful, happy students have been interviewed on our podcast!   ProvenAmazonCourse.com - the comprehensive course that contains ALL our Amazon training modules, recorded events and a steady stream of latest cutting edge training including of course the most popular starting point, the REPLENS selling model. The PAC is updated free for life!   Come meet your fellow listeners to this podcast, dozens of our coaches and hundreds of business building warriors at our live event! TheProvenConference.com - August 12-14th 2022 in Louisville KY   Oscar episodes: Two of the recent episodes with Oscar Mutumbo that inspired our guests are Episode #218 which is Oscar's first appearance on the show and Episode #301 which is Oscar's update. SilentJim.com/podcast   Keepa episode: listen to episode 369 to learn why Keepa is an important part of any Amazon seller's success story in our community. Keepa.com - https://get.keepa.com/ede41   ProvenReplensVA.com -  We find, train and assign a VA (Virtual Assistant) to work ONLY for you as a "Replen Hunting" specialist! Visit this website to learn more!     SilentJim.com/updates - get an alert on your smartphone each time we have a new podcast episode or free training event!     

AmiSights: Financing the Future For Small Business Owners and Entrepreneurs
77: How The Employment Market Has Changed Post-Pandemic, with Marcia O'Connor

AmiSights: Financing the Future For Small Business Owners and Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 23:07


On this episode, Ami Kassar interviews Marcia O'Connor, CEO and Founder of the O'Connor Group, on how the employment market has changed post covid and what employees have to do to stay ahead. Marcia started The O'Connor Group with $10K of her own savings. It was time to build the company she's been talking about doing for the prior 10 years! One day her then 6-year-old son looked up at her and said “Mom, can I see you more”. You can imagine how she felt, and said ‘Yes, yes you will”. Marcia had gone on vacation that July and brought the book The Alchemist and came back and quit her job. That month, The O'Connor Group was born. The O'Connor Group was founded on September 1, 2007. Originally started as a retained search recruiting firm geared to positions in the $80K to $150K range. Marcia's expertise was in the Talent Strategy world and consulting. Within six months she added an HR Consulting division. It wasn't easy to start the company in 2007, right before an unknown recession. Failure was NOT an option for Marcia; she was the breadwinner. Marcia was fortunate to have one of her former employers refer her to her first client and she hasn't looked back since. Marcia grew the company organically and didn't hire her first full-time employee until after three years, and she is still with the company today! 2009 was a very difficult time for Marcia. 5 out of 6 clients called to let her know that they were running out of funds and would no longer need the assistance of one of Marcia's consultants. She had one client left! It was hard for her to get work and it typically took around 3 months for a client to pay. Marcia dipped into her own 401K savings plan to help pay payroll at that time. A good friend referred another client that helped Marcia move her company to the next level. Marcia helps build HR and talent teams with the right talent in place. 75% of her clients come from referrals and most of those referrals come from current clients! Currently, The O'Connor Group works with over 150 clients a month and now has 80 employees. Marcia expects to have 100 employees by year-end. “It's been an honor to run a company that is fun, exciting, and growing. If you take care of your people, they take good care of you!” Recorded on 08/05/2022.

Lets Have This Conversation
Identifying Ideal Careers for Women with Anna Runyan

Lets Have This Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 32:17


New data from the American Community Survey found that among married, heterosexual couples in the U.S., a quarter of wives, or about 15 million, are the primary breadwinners in their family. Anna Runyan is the creator of CLASS: The Love Your Work and Life System and CEO of Classy Career Girl International. She's a former corporate consultant turned entrepreneur and her website was picked as one of Forbes Top 100 Websites For Women and one of Forbes 35 Most Influential Career Sites. She's been featured on Fox, The Wall Street Journal and People StyleWatch magazine. Anna was nominated as San Diego Magazine's Woman of the Year and her podcast was named as Yahoo's 10 Best Podcasts. She helps millions of women design and launch their dream careers, businesses, and lives through her website, online courses and social media channels. You can connect with Anna's story because she is someone who once had over $80K of debt as a new mom and was very unhappy in her work. Anna knows the importance of providing people with action steps for how she quit her stressful day job and transitioned into full-time work she loved (with a baby on her lap) in 90 days and she can't wait to teach it to you too. She joined me this week to tell me more For more information: https://www.classycareergirl.com/ Instagram: @classycareergirl Listen: https://www.classycareergirl.com/podcast/ Twitter: @classycareer LinkedIn: @AnnaRunyan

Creative Elements
#112: Thomas Frank [Details] – Getting nerdy about YouTube and why he created a second channel

Creative Elements

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 60:25


WATCH ▶️ Watch this episode on YouTube *** EPISODE DESCRIPTION Thomas is a YouTuber, podcaster, and author who helps people become more capable and productive. His main YouTube channel has nearly 2.5 million subscribers and more than 160 million views!  In 2020, Thomas began producing a lot of content about how to use Notion, a popular project management and note-taking software. But instead of publishing those videos on his existing channel, Thomas created a SECOND channel called Thomas Frank Explains, which itself already has nearly 80K subscribers and almost 3 million views. So in this episode, we talk about Thomas's YouTube journey, why he built a second channel for his Notion content, how he's thinking about short-form video like Shorts, and how intentional he is about all of the details that go into building his business. Full transcript and show notes Learn more about Thomas Frank Subscribe to Thomas Frank on YouTube Subscribe to Thomas Frank Explains on YouTube Follow Thomas Frank on Twitter / Instagram *** CONNECT

The Logistics of Logistics Podcast
Walmart Transportation with Doug Estrada

The Logistics of Logistics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 61:02


Doug Estrada and Joe Lynch discuss Walmart transportation. Doug is a Senior Director of Supply Chain at Walmart Stores Inc. About Doug Estrada Douglas Estrada is a Senior Director of Supply Chain at Walmart Stores Inc. A graduate of Doane University in Crete, NE. Doug Estrada has 30 plus years of experience in Supply Chain with the last 20 years of supporting Walmart Stores, Inc. Doug has held various supply chain roles with the Walmart Private Fleet as well as working Internationally for Walmart in Central America in setting up the Retail Transportation Supply Chain Network for Walmart in several Central American Countries. Doug currently leads the Great Lakes / Upper Midwest Transportation Region for Walmart overseeing 15 Transportation Distribution Centers with over 2000 Walmart Drivers that support Stores and Clubs in that part of the country. Doug has been a board member of the  Washington DC Metro Police Foundation since 2016 and sits on the Advisory Board for Truckers Against Trafficking. Doug and his wife Lisa of 31 years reside in Bentonville, AR and have three adult children. About Walmart Sixty years ago, Sam Walton started a single mom-and-pop shop and transformed it into the world's biggest retailer. Since those founding days, one thing has remained consistent: our commitment to helping our customers save money so they can live better. Today, we're reinventing the shopping experience and our associates are at the heart of it. When you join our Walmart family of brands (Sam's Club, Bonobos, Moosejaw and many more!), you'll play a crucial role in shaping the future of retail, improving millions of lives around the world. This is that place where your passions meet purpose. Join our family and build a career you're proud of. Key Takeaways: Walmart Transportation Douglas Estrada is a Senior Director of Supply Chain at Walmart, the largest retailer in the world. In the podcast interview, Doug and Joe discuss Walmart transportation along with Walmart's vast network of carriers and brokers. The Average Walmart Supercenter receives the following in 20-40 Walmart truckloads (private fleet) 200 shipment from UPS or other carrier Walmart private fleet consists of: 12K plus tractors 65-80K trailers 13K plus drivers Walmart is hiring for drivers, distribution, and fulfillment: www.drive4walmart.com Walmart is not only the largest retailer, they are also one of the largest shippers and their best practices often become industry best practices. Walmart pioneered the use of the OTIF metric, which stands for on-time and in-full – meaning the shipment arrived on-time and everything that was supposed to deliver was included with the shipment (in-full). Walmart Inc. engages in the operation of retail, wholesale, and other units worldwide. The company operates through three segments: Walmart U.S., Walmart International, and Sam's Club. Walmart operates supercenters, supermarkets, hypermarkets, warehouse clubs, cash and carry stores, and discount stores; membership-only warehouse clubs; ecommerce websites, such as walmart.com, walmart.com.mx, walmart.ca, flipkart.com, and samsclub.com; and mobile commerce applications. Walmart operates approximately 10,500 stores and various ecommerce websites under 46 banners in 24 countries. The company was formerly known as Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. and changed its name to Walmart Inc. in February 2018. The company was founded in 1945 and is based in Bentonville, Arkansas. Learn More About Walmart Transportation Doug's LinkedIn Walmart LinkedIn Walmart: Drivers & Transportation Truckers Against Trafficking  Walmart: Sustainability Supply Chain Lessons From NW Arkansas with Donnie Williams The True Cost of OTIF Failure with Andrew Lynch Children's Miracle Network, Walmart Raise Awareness For Children's Hospitals with "Champions Across America" The Logistics of Logistics Podcast If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a positive review, subscribe, and share it with your friends and colleagues. The Logistics of Logistics Podcast: Google, Apple, Castbox, Spotify, Stitcher, PlayerFM, Tunein, Podbean, Owltail, Libsyn, Overcast Check out The Logistics of Logistics on Youtube

The Life of a Gentleman | Entrepreneur | Fashion | Gentleman Lifestyle
Hoochie Daddy shorts good look or no way!? The Life of Gentleman Podcast (UNSTITCHED)

The Life of a Gentleman | Entrepreneur | Fashion | Gentleman Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 6:35


Do you know what Hoochie Daddy shorts are? The shortest shorts a man dare wear! Are you here for it or is it a hard pass? Let us know your opinion in the comments as the Gents share their opinions on this controversial subject! GET MY FREE BOOK (The Life of a Gentleman) https://gumroad.com/l/hICA LISTEN TO THE PODCAST http://www.thelifeofagent.com/podcast WORK 1-on-1 WITH ME http://www.thelifeofagent.com/coaching SCHEDULE A FREE 15 MIN. CONSULTATION calendly.com/thelifeofagent LISTEN TO THE PODCAST ON ITUNES https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-life-of-a-gentleman-fashion-lifestyle/id1116526004?mt=2 SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZsIU2hAUrUIfoY6gzQHHag The Life of a Gentleman is a Podcast that covers the subjects of Fashion, Business, and Lifestyle. The Podcast Host, Rich Taylor is also an author and entrepreneur, who has started a popular men's fashion brand with over 80K followers on Instagram alone. Each week a business owner, brand creator, or other creative is interviewed. The goal is to inspire the audience to create their own business. The show also includes weekly style tips and business advice, making for a well-rounded gentleman. The Podcast is not only limited to men - with regular women contributors and a focus on entrepreneurship, anyone can benefit from the content. Let's work together to be the best version of ourselves we can possibly be! Hoochie Daddy shorts good look or no way!? The Life of Gentleman Podcast (UNSTITCHED)   SHOP NECKTIES & ACCESSORIES https://harrisonblakeapparel.com/ GET 1 TIE + 4 ACCESSORIES FOR $25 http://harrisonblakeapparel.com/selected-monthly-club/ CONNECT WITH ME ONLINE http://www.thelifeofagent.com/ https://www.instagram.com/thelifeofagent/ https://www.instagram.com/wearlapelpins/?hl=en https://www.instagram.com/gentlemanspodcast/ https://twitter.com/rltheauthor?lang=en https://www.facebook.com/Harrison-Blake-Apparel-267679153414360/

She's Making an Impact | Online Marketing | Pinterest Marketing | Entrepreneur Tips
Use This Personality Quiz to Create Personal Growth (with Marta Spirk): Episode 358

She's Making an Impact | Online Marketing | Pinterest Marketing | Entrepreneur Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 46:02


Marta is a wife, mom to 5-year-old triplets, a podcaster, empowerment coach and marketing strategist, helping women entrepreneurs to move past perfectionism, impostor syndrome and comparison and into VISIBILITY, CREDIBILITY & PROFIT.   She does that with her 5-step process called ENGAGE TO SERVE METHOD™, her podcast The Empowered Woman (over 80K downloads), The Empowered Woman School membership and workshops. It is both her passion and mission to give women the permission to succeed, letting their voices be heard to create the impact they were meant to have as they step into their entrepreneurial potential.

The Life of a Gentleman | Entrepreneur | Fashion | Gentleman Lifestyle
Do gender Roles still matter in modern relationships? The Life of a Gentleman Podcast

The Life of a Gentleman | Entrepreneur | Fashion | Gentleman Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 14:26


 In today's world many norms with in relationships of the past don't resonate with modern dating and marriage, the Gents this months episode talk about a sticky subject for many. What is your opinion on the matter? Listen comment and share this week's episode of The life of a gentleman podcast! Be well! GET MY FREE BOOK (The Life of a Gentleman) https://gumroad.com/l/hICA LISTEN TO THE PODCAST http://www.thelifeofagent.com/podcast WORK 1-on-1 WITH ME http://www.thelifeofagent.com/coaching SCHEDULE A FREE 15 MIN. CONSULTATION calendly.com/thelifeofagent LISTEN TO THE PODCAST ON ITUNES https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-life-of-a-gentleman-fashion-lifestyle/id1116526004?mt=2 SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZsIU2hAUrUIfoY6gzQHHag The Life of a Gentleman is a Podcast that covers the subjects of Fashion, Business, and Lifestyle. The Podcast Host, Rich Taylor is also an author and entrepreneur, who has started a popular men's fashion brand with over 80K followers on Instagram alone. Each week a business owner, brand creator, or other creative is interviewed. The goal is to inspire the audience to create their own business. The show also includes weekly style tips and business advice, making for a well-rounded gentleman. The Podcast is not only limited to men - with regular women contributors and a focus on entrepreneurship, anyone can benefit from the content. Let's work together to be the best version of ourselves we can possibly be! Do gender Rolla still matter in modern relationships? The Life of a Gentleman Podcast   SHOP NECKTIES & ACCESSORIES https://harrisonblakeapparel.com/ GET 1 TIE + 4 ACCESSORIES FOR $25 http://harrisonblakeapparel.com/selected-monthly-club/ CONNECT WITH ME ONLINE http://www.thelifeofagent.com/ https://www.instagram.com/thelifeofagent/ https://www.instagram.com/wearlapelpins/?hl=en https://www.instagram.com/gentlemanspodcast/ https://twitter.com/rltheauthor?lang=en https://www.facebook.com/Harrison-Blake-Apparel-267679153414360/

The Life of a Gentleman | Entrepreneur | Fashion | Gentleman Lifestyle
V-Necks vs Crew necks what is the best look? The Life of a Gentleman Podcast (UNSTITCHED)

The Life of a Gentleman | Entrepreneur | Fashion | Gentleman Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 5:49


In the dog days of summer, nothing is as cool and flattering as a nice quality tee! When choosing a tee do you go with the more dressy V-neck or the classic Crew neck, the guys will discuss their favorite in this week's podcast! GET MY FREE BOOK (The Life of a Gentleman) https://gumroad.com/l/hICA LISTEN TO THE PODCAST http://www.thelifeofagent.com/podcast WORK 1-on-1 WITH ME http://www.thelifeofagent.com/coaching SCHEDULE A FREE 15 MIN. CONSULTATION calendly.com/thelifeofagent LISTEN TO THE PODCAST ON ITUNES https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-life-of-a-gentleman-fashion-lifestyle/id1116526004?mt=2 SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZsIU2hAUrUIfoY6gzQHHag The Life of a Gentleman is a Podcast that covers the subjects of Fashion, Business, and Lifestyle. The Podcast Host, Rich Taylor is also an author and entrepreneur, who has started a popular men's fashion brand with over 80K followers on Instagram alone. Each week a business owner, brand creator, or other creative is interviewed. The goal is to inspire the audience to create their own business. The show also includes weekly style tips and business advice, making for a well-rounded gentleman. The Podcast is not only limited to men - with regular women contributors and a focus on entrepreneurship, anyone can benefit from the content. Let's work together to be the best version of ourselves we can possibly be!   V-Necks vs Crew necks what is the best look? The Life of a Gentleman Podcast (UNSTITCHED)   SHOP NECKTIES & ACCESSORIES https://harrisonblakeapparel.com/ GET 1 TIE + 4 ACCESSORIES FOR $25 http://harrisonblakeapparel.com/selected-monthly-club/ CONNECT WITH ME ONLINE http://www.thelifeofagent.com/ https://www.instagram.com/thelifeofagent/ https://www.instagram.com/wearlapelpins/?hl=en https://www.instagram.com/gentlemanspodcast/ https://twitter.com/rltheauthor?lang=en https://www.facebook.com/Harrison-Blake-Apparel-267679153414360/

The Life of a Gentleman | Entrepreneur | Fashion | Gentleman Lifestyle
Money or the Relationships we make what's most important? The Life of a Gentleman (UNSTITCHED)

The Life of a Gentleman | Entrepreneur | Fashion | Gentleman Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 17:50


For much of our lives we strive to work hard to provide for ourselves and our families. Is having or making money at any cost the right way to go through life or is the cultivation of strong positive relationships better for the long run? Listen as the guys discuss this week's topic relationships or money what's most important. GET MY FREE BOOK (The Life of a Gentleman) https://gumroad.com/l/hICA LISTEN TO THE PODCAST http://www.thelifeofagent.com/podcast WORK 1-on-1 WITH ME http://www.thelifeofagent.com/coaching SCHEDULE A FREE 15 MIN. CONSULTATION calendly.com/thelifeofagent LISTEN TO THE PODCAST ON ITUNES https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-life-of-a-gentleman-fashion-lifestyle/id1116526004?mt=2 SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZsIU2hAUrUIfoY6gzQHHag The Life of a Gentleman is a Podcast that covers the subjects of Fashion, Business and Lifestyle. The Podcast Host, Rich Taylor is also an author and entrepreneur, who has started a popular men's fashion brand with over 80K following on Instagram alone. Each week a business owner, brand creator or other creative is interviewed. The goal is to inspire the audience to create their own business. The show also includes weekly style tips and business advice, making for a well-rounded gentleman. The Podcast is not only limited to men - with regular women contributors and a focus on entrepreneurship, anyone can benefit from the content. Let's work together to be the best version of ourselves we can possibly be! Money or the Relationships we make what's most important? The Life of a Gentleman (UNSTITCHED) SHOP NECKTIES & ACCESSORIES https://harrisonblakeapparel.com/ GET 1 TIE + 4 ACCESSORIES FOR $25 http://harrisonblakeapparel.com/selected-monthly-club/ CONNECT WITH ME ONLINE http://www.thelifeofagent.com/ https://www.instagram.com/thelifeofagent/ https://www.instagram.com/wearlapelpins/?hl=en https://www.instagram.com/gentlemanspodcast/ https://twitter.com/rltheauthor?lang=en https://www.facebook.com/Harrison-Blake-Apparel-267679153414360/

Dave & Chuck the Freak Podcast
Monday, July 18th 2022 Dave & Chuck the Freak Podcast

Dave & Chuck the Freak Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 205:37 Very Popular


Dave and Chuck the Freak talk about taking an offer from an airline to give up a ticket, Ricky Martin accused of having an incestual relationship, something Dave and Brad Pitt may both suffer from, a construction worker caught on line 30 stories in the air, a student pilot ran out of fuel and landed on an interstate while drunk, how did a sex game go wrong?, a guy that had a water bottle stuck inside his butt for 3 days, a funeral home found with 30+ bodies not properly stored, a dude pulled a gun on two women who didn't thank him for holding a door open, TV news anchor suspended after a chaotic & slurred broadcast, a neighbor dispute involving a backyard sex toy display, a guy facing $30K in fines for not cutting his grass, Divers recovered a man's lost $80K prosthetic leg, and more!

Millionaires Unveiled
246: Net Worth of 1.1M - Small Business Franchise Owner

Millionaires Unveiled

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 33:26 Very Popular


Amber is a small business owner (commercial cleaning/janitorial services) with a net worth of $1.1 million. She has about 600K invested in the stock market and is holding 150K in cash. She shares her journey to millionaire including a mindset shift to buying assets that will make money in the future. Amber, at the age of 40, had a net worth of about 80K. We also discuss financial independence, small business ownership, tax strategies, and whether money brings happiness.