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In a lab in Ireland, a group of scientists stand around a stainless steel table. One of them is holding a device, not unlike a small turkey baster. His free hand plunges into a box on the table and retrieves a mouse. Using his device, he administers the brown solution within…rectally. This unfortunate soul has just received a fecal microbiota transplant. The donor was not another mouse but a human being. And the person in question had symptoms of severe depression. Jonathan speaks to John Cryan, author of the study that showed a relationship between gut and brain. In this episode, we learn more about his fascinating research, how microbes may affect our brain, and to eat to appease your gut bugs. John Cryan is a professor at University College Cork and a world-leading researcher into the relationship between our brain and our gut microbiome.If you want to uncover the right foods for your body, head to joinZOE.com/podcast and get 10% off your personalized nutrition program.Timecodes:00:00 - Introduction02:05 - Quickfire questions03:26 - Are there links between the gut and the brain?06:31 - The gut-brain axis09:17 - How do gut bacteria affect our brains?11:12 - Why does John call the microbiome “the chamber of secrets”?14:20 - Does the microbiome explain drug side effects?15:51 - Are there links between our microbiomes and mental health?20:40 - If we improve our microbiome health can we improve our mental health?24:58 - Can food help improve the microbiome and thus improve mental health?28:33 - Microbiome's effect on behavior29:54 - Actionable advice34:43 - Microbiome in adolescence37:18 - Summary38:26 - Goodbyes38:48 - OutroEpisode transcripts are available here.Follow John: https://twitter.com/jfcryanFollow ZOE on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zoe/This podcast was produced by Fascinate Productions.
We're discussing holistic health, wellness and spirituality as we dissect the differences in approach between Japan and Western countries with the founder of Mogami Wellness Saori Okada. Saori talks about the importance of taking a more holistic approach and understanding spirituality within your life, and how as founders and employees we can apply that to build a strong work culture. She also dispels some misconceptions including the meaning of Ikigai. Tune in as we learn some of the secrets regarding spirituality that have helped lead Japan to have the longest life expectancy amongst all countries. In this episode we discuss:
Avoidance is the number 1 coping mechanism people turn to. Today's guest, Glenda Gonzalez, along with Dr. Jaclyn and Dr. Stokes aim to change that and offer you tools to maintain stability and handle day to day stressors in a high pace society. This episode comes at a time we all may need a little help to take better care of ourselves. With the holidays coming up, it's common to feel overwhelmed and a strong rush of emotions. Implementing self care practices into your regular routine can make a huge impact. Glenda hasover 15 years of experience working in mental health with diverse populations and demographics ranging from community mental health to private practice. She is driven by a desire to innovate how mental health is perceived and facilitate treatment. Glenda's approach emphasizes the mutual development of goals for therapy and the provision of ongoing evaluation of the therapeutic process. She seeks to create an integrative, dynamic, and holistic approach to treating mental health through evidence-based practice and techniques. What You Will Learn: The importance of proper sleep cycles and eating well Constantly challenge yourself The correlation between self care and people pleasing Actionable tips to implement into your day Resources: Books: Self-Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself by Dr. Kristin Neff The Mastery of Self: A Toltec Guide to Personal Freedom by don Miguel Ruiz Jr. The Power of Ambition By Jim Rohnn Series on Netflix: Human: The World Within
Hello Wizards, Today it's just you and me and I wanna share my thoughts on how to use premortem to create better business outcomes. Sharing with you actionable steps on applying this thinking process. In This Episode: [00:30] The inspiration of this episode. [02:01] Why should you practice premortem? [04:20] Actionable steps [05:15] Creating the disaster. [07:45] Reason for suppression. Book Reference: The Obstacle is the Way by Ryan Holiday Links and References: Wizards of Amazon: https://www.wizardsofecom.com/ Wizards of Amazon Courses: https://wizardsofamazon.mykajabi.com/a/27566/x6Kwkz6p Wizards of Amazon Meetup: https://www.meetup.com/South-Florida-FBA/ Wizards of Amazon on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/WizardsofAmazon/ Wizards of Amazon on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wizardsofecom/
To use business as a force for good, Derek Lundsten leads LifeGuides, as a transformative platform for conscious leaders and values-driven cultures. In addition to successfully building companies over the past decade, Derek has been a frequent speaker at key industry events around the globe on innovation. He is an invited contributor for the trades and a sought-after guest for renowned national podcasts, focused on business, technology, entrepreneurship, multi-generational learning, wellbeing, along with innovation and DEI topics. Derek's path to becoming President & Chief Culture Officer of LifeGuides was guided and inspired by its powerful destiny to help people minimize their struggles and ultimately thrive in their everyday lives. What You'll Learn: The impact individual wellbeing of employees has on organizations How to find the right guidance in designing what you want your life to look like Why we create artificial separation between the different roles in our lives How it's popularity has put empathy at risk Tools for leaders to take empathy to the next level through actionable compassion The important reset we are currently seeing in Corporate America How we have lost sight of our human responsibility to care for others How leaders can balance empathy and accountability Why we need to focus more on collective responsibility Resources www.lifeguides.com www.rebelswithaheart.com
Dr. Amy Novotny founded the PABR® Institute with the mission to provide pain, stress and anxiety relief to those who seek a naturalistic form of treatment when other treatment methods have fallen short. Her methods have helped countless people reduce and eliminate pain, stress, anxiety, orthopedic surgeries, sleep issues and the need for medications. She co-authored two Amazon #1 - Owner of Silver Spur... Best-Selling books, Don't Quit: Stories of Persistence, Courage and Faith, and Success Habits of Super Achievers, which share her journey on how and why she developed the PABR® Method.
Every day we make choices – both consciously and unconsciously – to either boost our vibration or invite in a lower frequency. Everything from the news we listen to and the food we eat, to the people we engage with impacts our energy. Our guest today calls on women to consistently take mindset checks so we can become more intentional about what we attract into our lives and, in doing so, step into a higher version of ourselves. In this powerful episode, I talk with Mesha McKittrick, a mindset coach and creator of the podcast, Mindset Check. Mesha is someone who has overcome adversity in her own life and turned her pain into purpose. As a coach and public speaker, she inspires women in various ways through her “My Friend Mesha” brand platform. Mesha shares various ways people can consciously boost their vibration and tons of actionable ideas for moving through heavier emotions. She shares her personal experience of understanding and growing past victim mentality and some mindset shifts that can lead to breakthroughs. I would love to know what you connected with in today's episode. Share today's episode on Instagram and be sure to tag us - @myfriendmesha and @whitneywoman! Here's what to look forward to in today's episode: -A look into individual vibration -Ways for people to be more aware of their vibration and elevate their own frequency -Techniques to “raise the ratings” of your feelings and vibration -Actionable ideas for stepping into a higher self -The Eagle vs. the Raven story example -The powerful way Mesha's parents processed and moved forward with unexpected news -How Mesha's parents' unconditional love has informed the way she loves others -How to recognize and understand victim mentality in our own lives -Mindset shifts that can lead to breakthroughs Connect with Mesha: IG: @myfriendmesha Website: www.myfriendmesha.com Podcast: Mindset Check Connect with Whitney: IG: @whitneywoman Website: www.myelectricideas.com Whitney is currently offering bespoke online and in-person Electric Ideas women's workshops. Find out more: Workshops
Iannizzi is BACK to get the boys back on track with the winners!The Sportsbook Consigliere, Dave Sharapan - alongside his co-hosts Carl Hascall & Dan Alexander - are joined by MLB Network Associate Producer Tony Iannizzi (@TonyIannizzi) to breakdown the biggest games in Week 9 of the NFL. They get into the World Series & talk NBA & NHL Actionable info too. They share what they would do with their Powerball winnings before ending with the world famous TAKE A MINUTE segment.Come for the angles but stay for the laughs as the guys run down all the latest sports betting action with plenty of fun along the way!Timestamps:Intro 00:00NHL: Rivalry Week 06:15NBA: Rivalry Week & What the HELL is going on in Brooklyn? 9:00NHL: Actionable Info 15:00MLB World Series 15:45 - 23:05NFL Week 8 Recap 23:48NFL Week 9: Layin or Takin 29:40· PHI -14 @ HOU (45) 31:38· NE - 5.5 vs IND (39) 34:09· BUF -12.5 @ NYJ (47) 36:58· MIN -3.5 @ WAS (43.5) 40:29· ARI -2 vs SEA (50.5) 43:31 (Tony Pick) · KC -12.5 vs TEN (46.5) SNF 43:55 (Tony Pick)· BAL -2.5 @ NO (48) MNF 44:30 (Tony Pick)Tony Take A Minute 45:45Carl's Corner: What Would You Buy If You Won Powerball? 56:39Take A Minute: 1:05:55
We've either created or reviewed HUNDREDS of freebie lead generation offers, and we've identified four characteristics of a high converting lead generation offer. Nailing these four characteristics in your next lead generation offer can lead to a freebie that generates hundreds or thousands of emails.How much do you enjoy sending cold emails or DMs to find clients or customers? If you're like 99% of business owners, that answer is none.However, you have to connect with potential clients somehow if you want your business to thrive.Enter lead generation.See more at https://daveyandkrista.com/lead-generation-formula/SPONSOR: This podcast episode was made with Zencastr. Use my special link zen.ai/daveyandkrista and use daveyandkrista to save 30% off your first three months of Zencastr professional. #madeonzencastrFind it quickly...0:00 Intro5:57 What is lead generation?6:22 The FREE lead gen resources that we have available (see below).8:20 What is a lead?9:20 What is a marketing lead?11:31 Why is lead generation critical to running a successful business?13:02 The importance of understanding your customers' journeys.14:00 A few lead generation examples.17:15 What makes for a great lead generation campaign?18:08 Tip #1: Actionable and manageable19:10 Tip #2: Profitable for your audience20:03 Tip #3: Urgent and critical22:28 Tip #4: Relevant for your target audience and business
Get Ready For Something Different!On the 50th episode of the Privacy Pros Podcast, join Jamal and Jamilla as they take a look back on their podcast journey. Get an inside look into their favourite moments, success stories from the Academy and behind-the-scenes stories that will leave you shocked! They also give a glimpse into what the future holds for the Privacy Pros Academy and the podcast. This special episode is not to be missed! Listen Now... Follow Jamal on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kmjahmed/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/kmjahmed/) Get Exclusive Insights, Secret Expert Tips & Actionable Resources For A Thriving Privacy Career That We Only Share With Email Subscribers► https://my.captivate.fm/%C2%A0https://newsletter.privacypros.academy/sign-up ( https://newsletter.privacypros.academy/sign-up) Subscribe to the Privacy Pros Academy YouTube Channel► https://www.youtube.com/c/PrivacyPros (https://www.youtube.com/c/PrivacyPros) Join the Privacy Pros Academy Private Facebook Group for:Free LIVE Training Free Easy Peasy Data Privacy Guides Data Protection Updates and so much more Apply to join here whilst it's still free: https://www.facebook.com/groups/privacypro (https://www.facebook.com/groups/privacypro)
We will learn: How brain fog sets a stage for learned helplessness. How to overcome survival mode with emotional awareness. Actionable steps to dealing with brain fog in the moment and long term. Do you ever experience brain fog? It's not technically a medical condition, but it is a set of symptoms that affect your ability to think. And if the cause is lack of sleep or excessive drinking, the cure is simple… not always easy, but simple enough. But when it comes back to stress, the way out is a little more complicated, because usually, stress isn't from just one thing. We know how much stress affects our health. Or at least you should. It affects every aspect of health, including your susceptibility to disease. But often, we push through anyways because all this shit needs to get done. So when it starts to shut down your mind too, is that when you'll finally listen? And if the daily to-dos need to get done regardless, what can we actually do to clear our heads and think better again? That's what we're talking about today. Our guest is Dr. Jill Weber. She is a clinical psychologist who works with people managing anxiety. She is the author of “Be Calm: Proven Techniques to Stop Anxiety Now” and writes a blog for Psychology Today. Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/259 Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes from your highest self. Get Mind Love Premium for exclusive ad-free episodes and monthly meditations. Support Mind Love Sponsors See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Grateful to have Steve Jordan, Trainer of the Stars and author of 22 Ways To Optimal Health & Fitness. Steve has worked at the White House as a personal trainer during the Clinton presidency and has trained many recognizable names in Hollywood including Dustin Hoffman, Gerard Butler, Lisa Kudrow, Quincy Jones, Ariana Huffington, and Brad Paisley and many more in his private training studio called Westwood Private Fitness. Steve is also hosts his podcast The Steve Jordan Experience that brings together the best in health and fitness from around the world. It sounds glamorous, but Steve's life wasn't always sunshine and rainbows.We get into Steve's near death experience which transformed him into the trainer he is today. We also talk about some of the qualities that are overlooked by many when it comes to health and wellness, but never overlooked by the best in the world. Steve shares the #1 thing that high end clients do that normal people don't, which might shock you. His latest book is compilation of over two decades of experience in the fitness industry condensed into a simple guidebook that anyone can use no matter what stage of life they are in during their health and wellness journey. Go grab the book and leave a five-star review so more people can find it!Timeline2:28 - Steve's near death experience that led him to a career of health10:48 - What Steve told himself during the recovery process to help him get better19:51 - Why did Steve write a book28:00 - What's the #1 thing someone should to optimize their health right now31:50 - What Steve found to be the best diet in his over two decades of fitness training36:45 - What do people overlook often, but the best don't miss this38:20 - What do high-end clients do differently than the average person doesn't41:45 - Steve's retreat that is coming up43:20 - Lightning Round QuestionsOther Resources LinksSteve's WebsiteThe Steve Jordan Experience PodcastSteve's InstagramBooks RecommendedSteve Jordan - 22 Ways to Optimal Health & FitnessDale Carnegie - Win Friends & Influence People7 Spiritual Laws of Success - Deepak Chopra Way of the Peaceful warrior - Dan Millman
This week, join Eric as he discusses emotional and sexual intimacy with Dr. Wyatt Fischer from the Dr. Wyatt ShowDr. Wyatt is a licensed Psychologist with a Master's and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and helps couples create thriving marriages through straightforward, actionable steps.We chat about:➡️ Actionable steps to create a deeper connection with your wife.➡️ Why embracing awkwardness is part of your growth!➡️ How to practice empathy so you can connect to your spouse➡️ Ways to recognize and enhance emotional intimacy Check out Dr. Wyatt's website, Instagram and Tiktok to stay updated. Evolved Marriage Links:FREE EVOLVED MEN'S COLLECTIVE FB GROUPFree ResourcesApply for the Evolved Men's Collective Mastermind
We will learn: Some questions we can ask ourselves to help get a sense of our brain age. The surprising and often overlooked factors that age the brain. 11 key factors to preserving and enhancing brain health. How old is your brain? What if I told you that answer doesn't necessarily correlate with your actual age? Turns out, our brains have their own aging process. Kind of like our skin. We've all seen people who look 40 when they're 70 or they look 70 when they're 40. So basically, age really is just a number when it comes to the whole. But the aging of our individual parts can make a huge impact on what's possible for us. But here's the good news. There are actually a ton of things you can do to greatly decrease your risk of mental aging: dementia, Alzheimer's, mental illness, all of it. That's what we're talking about today. Our guest is Dr. Marc Milstein. He specializes in taking the leading scientific research on health and happiness and using it to empower people to live better. He provides science-based solutions to keep the brain healthy, lower the risk of dementia, boost productivity and maximize longevity. His book "The Age-Proof Brain" was just published on October 25th. Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/258 Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes from your highest self. Get Mind Love Premium for exclusive ad-free episodes and monthly meditations. Support Mind Love Sponsors See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In Episode 84 of TheCyber5, we are joined by members of the CrossCountry Consulting team: Brian Chamberlain, Offensive R&D Lead, Eric Eames, Associate Director, and Gary Barnabo, Director, Cyber and Privacy. Here are five topics we discuss in this episode: Adversary Emulation vs. Simulation and Use of Threat Intelligence Replaying attacks from adversaries is considered adversary emulation. The pros of emulation are you can react and defend against threat intelligence and the actual techniques during a penetration test. The cons are that many times these are yesterday's threats. Simulation is the art of coming up with new attack vectors with nuanced penetration testers. The pros are that these attacks give blue teams new ways to think ahead and adapt their defenses before threat actors do. The cons are that these attacks aren't yet in the wild and the probability of such attacks are not known. Values of Threat Intelligence with Red Teams Indicators of Compromise (IOCs) are immediately relevant with something that is actionable even though the value of IOCs is overcome by events (OBE) in hours. Threat intelligence IOCs are not relevant to heuristics of sophisticated adversaries and that is what sophisticated adversary simulation and threat intelligence combined attempts to overcome. For example, if an enterprise can defend against Malicious HTML Applications (HTAs), that protects them against any sort of adversary using that vector. Another example would be to have a simulated ransomware event, based on threat intel, that drops in several places and simulates everything that six different ransomware families would do (up until encryption). Tools Are Not Enough Enterprises struggle to defend if a security product does not catch an actor in the environment nor how to react in a way that forensically preserves the attacker's initial access vector. Training incident response and conducting external threat hunting are critical elements to defend and react when an attacker creates a new way to penetrate an environment. Satisfying a Chief Financial Officer's Appetite for Security In today's information technology environments, CFOs need to be conversant in cyber security, not experts. Some considerations should be: A considerable accountability on security tooling needs to be considered by CFOs because there is an overconsumption of tooling that simply does not make an impact. Further, corporate development, merger and acquisition strategy, and payments to vendors, are critical business aspects a CFO should be concerned to protect. A CFO should be empowered to initiate a penetration test unbeknownst to the security team. Adversary simulations are often highly political as a result but this kind of dialogue is beneficial for understanding incident response preparation and threat intelligence of how to defend against certain threat actors. If a company is in growth mode and over $1B in annual revenue, and if IT cannot integrate acquisitions quick enough, more should be spent on security. If a company is in profitability mode, streamlining security is probably more important. If companies are under $1B in annual revenue, spending on security is always challenging and managed services and consulting come more into play. Benchmarks Can Be Challenging Many companies want benchmarks on how they stack up to industry peers. Every company is different and no two environments are the same so stacking up against industries like third party risk “scores” is challenging and not advisable.
Bob Seawright, author of The Better Letter, joins to share insights on making behavioral finance actionable. Listen now and learn: How to make behavioral finance actionable The two human biases that matter most Why it's important to focus on process rather than outcomes Visit www.TheLongTermInvestor.com for show notes, free resources, and a place to submit questions.
I've been talking a lot lately about how you need a support posse in your life - that crew that just *gets* you. They see you, they are there for you no matter what, and they are by your side throughout your ups and downs, your seasons of contraction and your expansion phases. And ladies, it is especially important to have gal pals in that posse! We are each other's strongest advocates and when we lift each other up, we are unstoppable! My guest today is all about empowering women to be strong from the inside out through all transitions of life (AND fun side note, she was my prenatal yoga instructor when I was pregnant with Arie!) — the beautiful and magnetic, Desi Bartlett. Desi has been teaching health and wellness for over 25 years. Her innovative approach to teaching is to tap into one's inner joy and let movement be an outer expression of that state. Desi's inspiring and unique classes have been featured on networks such as ABC, NBC, FOX, Univision, Hallmark, and Lifetime. She has a diverse background in many areas of Fitness & Yoga and has worked as a product director for Gaiam, the group fitness manager for Equinox Santa Monica, and most recently working in a dual role as an executive and global ambassador for Manduka yoga. In her new book, Total Body Beautiful: Secrets to Looking and Feeling Your Best After Age 35, she focuses on helping women through every chapter of life, including pregnancy, new motherhood, premenopause, and menopause. Here's what we go into in this episode… - The importance of uplifting the women around you - The shame that women experience around the changes as we mature during different stages of womanhood, from periods to postpartum in pregnancy to menopause - How we can support other women and uplift each other in our lives - How to be more honest in your conversations - Actionable advice on how to start practicing boundaries If you loved this episode, be sure you check out… - Find Desi on Instagram @mothersintolivingfit and on YouTube - Grab a copy of her new book, Total Body Beautiful: Secrets to Looking and Feeling Your Best After Age 35 - Episode 33, A Journey Back to Loving Yourself, Women's Wellness, Hormones, and Fertility with Dr. Mariza Snyder - Episode 44, The Power of Plant Medicine, Healing from Painful Loss, and Transitions with Joa Rivas - Episode 31, Reclaiming Wellness to Live Your Best Life with Jovanka Ciares PS loves, my book is available for pre-order! Get your FREE That Sucked. Now What? Guidebook AND your 5-day Fly Forward Healing Practice when you order your copy of my new book here!
Social media and being perpetually connected have become pervasive parts of our society that are inevitably impacting our mental health as a whole… and this probably includes you too. In this episode, I'll be talking about how social media influences HFA and what you can do about it, in addition to insights learned from my experience taking a 45-day break from Instagram. In this episode, you will learn: How social media usage affects high-functioning anxiety The negative effects of social pressure and comparison that come from social media Actionable tips to improve your relationship with social media to decrease anxiety Mentioned during episode: Digital Minimalism by Cal Newport Newsfeed Eradicator browser extension ++++++ Calmly Coping is a self-improvement podcast for overthinkers who struggle with high-functioning anxiety to help you feel more calm, balanced, and confident. ++++++ WATCH THE FREE TRAINING: HOW TO OVERCOME HIGH-FUNCTIONING ANXIETY https://calmlycoping.com/workshop *** WORK WITH ME *** My mission is to help you decrease your anxiety, declutter your mind, and say hello to a life of calm and balance. Learn more about my coaching, therapy, and course offerings below. https://becalmwithtati.com/work-with-me *** JOIN THE CALMLY COPING GROUP *** The free supportive community for high-achievers with high-functioning anxiety. Join Today: https://www.facebook.com/groups/CalmlyCoping *** SAY HI ON SOCIAL *** Website: https://becalmwithtati.com/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/tatianaglpc LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tatianaglpc/ Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/tatianaglpc **TAKE THE FREE HIGH-FUNCTIONING ANXIETY QUIZ** http://hfaquiz.com *** INTRO/OUTRO MUSIC *** Rescue Me (Instrumental) by Aussens@iter (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/tobias_weber/57990 Ft: Copperhead DISCLAIMER All content here is for informational purposes only. This content does not replace the professional judgment of your own mental health provider. Please consult a licensed mental health professional for all individual questions and issues.
Hello everyone and thank you for checking out SELF+MADE!!! This is a great episode because I have brought on a dear friend who is OBSESSED with growth just like I am. He is wise beyond his years and we push each other to take our skills, mindset and SELF to the next level.Please welcome Damien to SELF+MADE! In this podcast, we discuss areas of focus that if you pour into and change your outlook a bit, you can get the lift you want in YOUR life. The first step though, it believing you can take control.Things aren't always about what happens to you but how you RESPOND to them.Thanks for tuning in and if you enjoy the content, please subscribe to this podcast and leave a great review!One step at a time, we are getting SELF+MADE together!
In another episode of Conversations with Claire, we are joined again by Erin Monson. This time, Erin will talk about her experience with inner child work, which includes reflecting on difficult memories from childhood and forgiving those who have hurt her in the past. If you want to resolve issues from your childhood, this episode is perfect for you! Highlights: (04:35) What is inner child work? (05:43) Where did Erin learn about inner child work? (08:20) What did it look like for Erin to connect with her sixth-grade self (11:40) Importance of having a professional with you when doing deep, traumatic inner child work (17:40) Why do we need to return to a traumatic or painful past? (27:22) Going back to the parts of yourself that are wounded (33:50) Guided inner-child meditations (35:15) How can you structure your life around child work successfully? (40:00) Actionable steps to do inner child work (43:56) Three steps in doing inner child work (52:46) What is something that Erin is doing well in life today that she would like to do more of or do better? Links: Website: https://www.erinmonson.com/ Instagram: @erinmonson Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you looking to get your first certification but you're unsure of where to start?With both CIPP/E and CIPM certifications being so popular, it can be hard to decide which one is right for you. We understand, it's hard to figure out which certification is the best investment to get your career on the right track. But we're here to help. This episode is full of valuable information that will help you make the best decision for your career. It includes insights from experts including IAPP's certification director and a leading recruiter for Privacy Professionals so you can be sure you're making an informed choice. In this episode, you'll discover: Why IAPP certifications are highly sought after in the job market How to decide between the CIPP/E and CIPM Tips to successfully pass either exam on your first attempt How to easily impress hiring managers and add value to your organisation Listen Now... Follow Jamal on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kmjahmed/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/kmjahmed/) Connect with Lisa Spink on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/privacyrecruiterlondon/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/privacyrecruiterlondon/) Connect with Matthias Bohler on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthias-bohler-a621021/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthias-bohler-a621021/) Connect with Douglas Forman on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/douglas-forman-ph-d-5215b451/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/douglas-forman-ph-d-5215b451/) Get Exclusive Insights, Secret Expert Tips & Actionable Resources For A Thriving Privacy Career That We Only Share With Email Subscribers► https://my.captivate.fm/%C2%A0https://newsletter.privacypros.academy/sign-up ( https://newsletter.privacypros.academy/sign-up) Subscribe to the Privacy Pros Academy YouTube Channel► https://www.youtube.com/c/PrivacyPros (https://www.youtube.com/c/PrivacyPros) Join the Privacy Pros Academy Private Facebook Group for:Free LIVE Training Free Easy Peasy Data Privacy Guides Data Protection Updates and so much more Apply to join here whilst it's still free: https://www.facebook.com/groups/privacypro (https://www.facebook.com/groups/privacypro)
Death by slides. Lots of type. Boring copy. No pictures. Things whizzing around. Sound familiar? Brigette Callahan is an expert at creating slides that convert - slides that will bring in dollars to your business! Actionable takeaways that you can implement with this episode.
In this episode, I have the pleasure of speaking with Adriana. Adriana is an Intuitive business & mindset coach! She helps coaches and healers create $10k plus months with a bit of magic and a bit of strategy. Connect with Adriana: @adrianaloves_ https://www.instagram.com/adrianaloves_/ (00:45) Adriana's story of overcoming chronic illness, chronic pain, anxiety, and insomnia (07:18) Tools Adriana used to heal: Food an inner work (14:55) Resources and support for healing (23:32) Using intuition and learning how to trust yourself (26:30) Recognizing, brining awareness to, and naming emotions (29:40) Actionable steps to process emotions (33:19) Discovering one's own passion and purpose to serve others, combining healing, intuition, and business (38:40) Learning to trust the process --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rewiringhealth/support
If your values are just a list of cute little nouns that sound great on paper but never amount to any action, it's time to revisit them. There are values and traits inside of you that, when unlocked and leveraged DAILY, can propel you to be your best. Your values should be ACTIONABLE. In today's 5-Minute Drill, I wrap up my 3-part series on core values. We're going to talk about what most people don't when it comes to our values… That is, making them ACTIONABLE and APPLICABLE to everyday life. I'm going to help you use yours to make your life and career easier and better. If you want your values to move you into the next level of your life and career, then make sure to lock in to today's Drill. LET'S GET IT! [00:01 - 04:14] Opening Segment J.R.'s philosophy on creating Core Values [04:15 - 12:06] What's The Drill? Part 3 of Clutch Values™ Series STEP 1: To make your values ACTIONABLE, start every one with a VERB. STEP 2: Under each ACTIONABLE core value, bullet point down even further what that means. STEP 3: Apply them in everyday life. J.R.'s Top 4 applications: Friends Calendar Decision-making Hiring/Firing [12:07 - 13:22] Wrapping Up! What's coming up on the next episode Final words KEY QUOTES “Your values can't lead you to victory until you turn them into action.” - J.R. CONNECT WITH J.R. Facebook: @jamesJRreid Instagram: @jamesjrreid LinkedIn: in/jamesjrreid/ Twitter: @jamesJRreid Website: jamesreid.com RATE & REVIEW this episode on Apple: https://jamesreid.com/review SHARE this episode with someone who wants to be challenged, pushed, and positioned to come up clutch more often. SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss out on any new episodes and Special Guests! LISTEN to previous episodes on Apple, Spotify, Stitcher, Google or whatever podcast platform you prefer!
Helllo! Today I am joined by Shyla Cash, a Healing and Alignment Coach to High Performers and the founder of The School of Embodied Systems. I learned so much talking to her and I'm so excited for you to hear this episode! In this episode, we're discussing... How being in a constant hustle state can be a symptom of trauma and how disregulation of our nervous system actually effects our ability to rest and reset. Actionable steps to take to get a conversation going between yourself and your nervous system. Why meeting yourself where you are will end up getting you further in the long run. Follow Shyla on Instagram: @growhealchange Get on the wait list for The School of Embodied Healing Systems here: http://shylacash.com/embodiedhealingsystems (shylacash.com/embodiedhealingsystems) Check out her podcast, Heal for Real: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/heal-for-real/id1479482486 Join the You're Fucking Welcome® Insiders Community >> sara-dann.com/yfw-insiders-community Show Up + Blow Up® >> sara-dann.com Music Credit: Yes She Can by Tiny Music
Watch Along On YouTubeAre you struggling to communicate with the opposite sex? Do you find yourself getting frustrated because you just can't seem to get through to your partner? If you're nodding your head, then this episode is for you.This week on Therapy Talks, Claudia Koehoorn and Barb Egan talk all about the differences between the male and female brain. They discuss how changing our words can reshape our reality and the way we communicate. We learn practical ways to change our “negative filters,” and how to navigate the space between men and women.This podcast is a must-listen for anyone who wants to improve their relationship with themselves and the people around them. In This Episode:How to stop your thoughts from becoming “automatic actions” (taking control of your unconscious thoughts)Claudia's practical examples of how to bridge the gap and make communication between males and females a breeze.Actionable advice on how to create safe and healthy relationships with our loved ones by understanding our different capacities.How we can be better listeners and create a safe space for all the people we interact with.Claudia Koehoorn focuses on connection and change in her coaching and counseling practice at JouwTransformatie. Through her special mix of therapy, coaching and counseling, mixed with a large dose of humor, Claudia teaches women to reconnect with themselves and listen to their intuition.Her mission is 'to empower and connect people with themselves'. Hope you enjoy the episode!Don't forget to leave us a rating and a review!Find Out More About Claudia:Website: https://www.jouwtransformatie.nl/en/Instagram: jouwtransformatie.nlLearn More About Switch Research:Website: https://switchresearch.org/Instagram: @switchresearchDisclaimer: Therapy Talks does NOT provide medical services or professional counseling, and it is NOT a substitute for professional medical care.
Do you want to work in Data Privacy but don't know where to start?We've all been there. You're interested in a new field but don't know what the first step is. The good news is that getting your first role in data privacy isn't as hard as you might think. In fact, with the right tools and resources, it can be downright easy. And that's what we're here to provide – everything you need to get started on your journey today. Listen to this extract from our acclaimed webinar https://event.webinarjam.com/go/replay/43/1597pbp0aogap1a4 ("How To Start A Thriving Career In Data Privacy") to uncover everything you need to kickstart a thriving career in privacy! In this episode, you'll discover: How to get started in Data Privacy without prior experience Why applications aren't just a numbers game How to access the hidden job market through LinkedIn How to decide on the best IAPP Certification to accelerate your career Discover why you can enjoy a rewarding career in Data Privacy regardless of your background, and so much more... Subscribe Now Listen Now... Follow Jamal on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kmjahmed/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/kmjahmed/) Connect with Tahir Latif on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tahirlatif101/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/tahirlatif101/) Connect with Samara on LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/samara-starkman (https://ca.linkedin.com/in/samara-starkman) Learn more about The Privacy Officer Blueprint: https://www.inq.consulting/privacyofficerblueprint (https://www.inq.consulting/privacyofficerblueprint) Get Exclusive Insights, Secret Expert Tips & Actionable Resources For A Thriving Privacy Career That We Only Share With Email Subscribers► https://my.captivate.fm/%C2%A0https://newsletter.privacypros.academy/sign-up ( https://newsletter.privacypros.academy/sign-up) Subscribe to the Privacy Pros Academy YouTube Channel► https://www.youtube.com/c/PrivacyPros (https://www.youtube.com/c/PrivacyPros) Join the Privacy Pros Academy Private Facebook Group for:Free LIVE Training Free Easy Peasy Data Privacy Guides Data Protection Updates and so much more Apply to join here whilst it's still free: https://www.facebook.com/groups/privacypro (https://www.facebook.com/groups/privacypro)
Current medical wisdom advises that anyone suffering from diabetes or prediabetes should eat a low-carbohydrate, high-fat diet. But in this paradigm shifting book, Mastering Diabetes, Cyrus Khambatta, PhD, and Robby Barbaro, MPH, rely on a century of research to reveal that advice is misguided. While it may improve short-term blood glucose control, such a diet also increases the long-term risk for chronic diseases like cancer, kidney disease, fatty liver disease, and more. The revolutionary solution is to eat a low-fat plant-based whole-food diet.During the interview, we're going to talk about:How they recommend reversing insulin resistance.How their personal experience with diabetes inspired their lifestyle choices.Why intermittent fasting boosts cardiovascular health.How to use exercise as a substitute for oral medications.Actionable ways to feel more energetic while living with diabetes.Timeline5:44 - Insulin is not the enemy14:00 - The difference between Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes19:50 - What's wrong with keto?27:30 - Why keto long-term is not a good idea30:10 - How to eat 700 grams of carbs a day and not become insulin resistant46:15 - Can you achieve the correct protein requirements on a plant based diet?55:29 - Exciting projects they're working onOther Resources/LinksMastering Diabetes WebsiteBooks RecommendedEat to Live - Joel FuhrmanCount of Monte CristoMastering Diabetes - Cyrus Khambatta, Robby Barbaro
Facilitating access to care for patients is focused on ensuring timely, necessary, and appropriate health care services. Improving access to care is a strategic priority for most health systems and a challenge for nearly all. The Association of American Medical Colleges and Vizient recently collaborated on a study regarding a patient-centered approach to optimizing ambulatory access. Guests on this episode discuss those findings and insights from ambulatory care leaders, physicians, and staff in five academic medical centers whose organization's access performance has been outstanding. Guest Speakers: Nicole Spatafora, MS-HSM AVP, Performance Improvement PI Collaboratives Vizient Danielle Carder, MSC Senior Program Specialist, Access & Clinical Innovations Association of American Medical Colleges Moderator: Courtney Furrow-White, MPM, RN Senior Performance Improvement Program Director Vizient Show Notes: [01:28] General findings from the project, including primary drivers of success. [04:12] More details about what the framework. [04:56] The role engaged leadership plays in success. [06:03] Supporting foundational leadership and culture with organization-wide structure and standard processes. [07:08] Actionable data and analytics. [09:43] Optimizing care delivery. [11:50] The role of workforce engagement in reducing turnover and burnout. [13:28] Leveraging technology. [16:36] Summary of the project findings. [17:44] Recommendations for organizations that want to incorporate this framework. Subscribe Today! Apple Podcasts Amazon Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Android Stitcher RSS Feed
In this episode of the Fat Murder Podcast, co-coach, Laura Kalirai, and I talk about the wild-eyed ‘all-or-nothing' beast and the many ways that it rears its ugly head in the pursuit of our goals. Join us as we explain how to turn your fear of failure into a super power that unlocks achievement in areas of your life where you typically self-sabotage. Topics discussed: The myth of perfection and why striving to reach it is actually keeping you stuck at best, and at worst making your life a nightmare Why failure is actually your secret weapon on your path to success Actionable steps to take with you into battle the next time the urge to be perfect appears One of the basic rules of the universe is that nothing is perfect. “Perfection simply doesn't exist…without imperfection, neither you nor I would exist.” ― Stephen Hawking Connect with Leslie: Website Instagram Facebook If you're struggling with emotional, binge, or compulsive eating and you're interested in personalized coaching, apply here. If you want to learn how to not-only lose weight, but lose the struggle along side it, take the Weight Loss Psychology Quizto discover your diet personality. Also, if you're interested in learning more about the group coaching program, Unstuffed, you can join the waitlist HERE.
Dr. Jaime Zuckerman is a national expert in narcissism and narcissistic abuse. She is a relationship coach for both men and women nationwide who are experiencing narcissistic abuse in their current relationships and for those who have experienced this type of abuse in the past. Dr. Z is also a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice, specializing in the treatment of adults with anxiety, mood disorders, and relationship difficulties.53: Can a narcissistic person become better? 3:27 What are the early signs of a narcissistic person in families, business & dating?6:18 Identifying someone who is love bombing you in the early stages? 12:30 Actionable tips to become better at dating & courting with boundaries? 19:09 Why we should never take criticism from someone who has never been in our shoes? 20:56 What can men do better in dating? 26:28 How can we become 1% better to springboard into 2023?→ CONNECT WITH DR. JAIME ZUCKERMAN ←INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/dr.z_psychologist/WEBSITE: https://www.drjaimezuckerman.com/aboutIT'S ME DR.Z PODCAST: https://open.spotify.com/show/7kCPxgLLE4rqVYPDyb4ewmDR.Z's YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/DrJaimeZuckerman
Ep #149 - In today's podcast episode, I'm joined by writer, speaker and serial entrepreneur, Chris Taylor. Chris is the founder and President of Actionable, a company that specializes in helping facilitators, consultants, trainers and coaches scale their impact (and revenue) by proving the behaviour change impact of their programming. Actionable works with business leaders who want to enhance their leadership, credibility and abilities, while simultaneously strengthening relationships with their employees. This is the Actionable process for improved engagement, productivity and leader impact! Before starting Actionable.co, Chris had founded Goose Education Media, a company that provided businesses with training for employee engagement and culture development. Learn More About Chris Taylor & Actionable: Visit the Actionable website: https://actionable.co/ Connect with Chris Taylor on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisjrtaylor/ Follow Actionable on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/actionable.co/ Also, please remember to subscribe, rate, and leave a written review for the show if you find value in it. Your reviews help this show to reach a wider audience and I appreciate everyone that has been leaving them. FOLLOW CHARLES GAUDET ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Follow Charles Gaudet on LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/charlesgaudet Follow Charles Gaudet on Facebook: https://facebook.com/charlesgaudet Follow Charles Gaudet on Twitter: https://twitter.com/charlesgaudet VISIT THE PREDICTABLE PROFITS WEBSITE: https://PredictableProfits.com
Are you a changemaker? The call to action on this episode of What the Fundraising is rooted in the notion that we can all be leaders of the change we seek. Alex Budak, a faculty member at the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business, believes leadership is ripe for redefinition – and has data to prove it! He walks us through how the human tendency to maintain the status quo impacts social change and why the greatest CEOs tend to balance confidence with a lot of humility. We're also hearing all about Alex's new book, "Becoming a Changemaker: An Actionable, Inclusive Guide to Leading Positive Change at Any Level," as well as the quantitative work behind his “Changemaker Index.” A teacher, speaker, and consultant, Alex's primary mission is to help empower people from all walks of life to become changemakers – activists leading the charge in whatever their realm. He has given talks on leadership, entrepreneurship, and changemaking worldwide, from Cambodia to Ukraine – and has also advised at the White House and UN agencies. You'll come away from this episode with a new perspective on our culture's tendency to glorify social entrepreneurs and leaders in general, a clear understanding of Alex's “Three Pillars of Changemaking” and a fresh resolve to stand tall and lean into fear. We break down what failure really looks like and exercises for getting acclimated – which we all need to do. Why? Because there's lots of work to be done, whether you're a fundraiser in the nonprofit sector or a community member who knows things can be better. “There's so much leadership to go around if we're willing to seize those leadership moments,” says Alex. “And that's my call to action: For all of us to see those moments around us and step into them.” See all the show notes at malloryerickson.com/podcast. Follow along on Instagram at @whatthefundraising_ Connect with Mallory on LinkedIn Many thanks to our sponsor Cosmic, the social impact creativity agency that delivers compelling stories, builds brand awareness, and inspires action. The team at Cosmic knows how to leverage clarity to catalyze real-world change and help you become the changemaker you were meant to be.
STOP LIVING, START LIVING // In episode 38, my guest @coachlizzie.merritt and I discuss why so many of us wait to go for the things that feel special until after we've lost the weight, we dive into why our life is now and how you need you to shine your light exactly as you are… all with the goal of learning how to not hold back and love yourself while also wanting to see a different number on the scale. Join me on this episode as we talk about: Reasons why we are conditioned to wait to participate in life until after "we lose the weight." Ways to inspire your life to start now and not keep waiting. Actionable tools to shine in the exact body you have now. Learning to love yourself while also wanting to see another number on the scale. GUEST CONTACT: Website - https://confidentbody.coach/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/coachlizzie.merritt/ Book - You are a Miracle by Lizzie Merritt https://www.amazon.com/You-Are-Miracle-Lose-Weight/dp/B0BHG869MD/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2S70GOO70M12K&keywords=you+are+a+miracle+lizzie+merritt&qid=1665509617&qu=eyJxc2MiOiIxLjA0IiwicXNhIjoiMC4wMCIsInFzcCI6IjAuMDAifQ%3D%3D&sprefix=you+are+a+mic%2Caps%2C141&sr=8-1 If you enjoyed this episode, you won't want to miss the opportunity to join like-minded, goal boss women in my Team Quit Quitting Membership. Click here to enroll for just $50! Team Quit Quitting Monthly Membership: This is an intimate monthly accountability group that supports goal setting, creating milestones and calling your shots for the month. Each month, you get a coaching video, workbook, guest coaching and a few live calls. All the materials are “do-at-your-own-pace” and the live accountability calls are where you receive support for me and the community on your milestones. Private Coaching: In 3 or 6 month sessions, you will receive weekly check-ins, accountability and support. Ensuring your goal mindset is coached intimately with ongoing knowledge, advice, motivation and customization that is crucial for overcoming potential roadblocks and helping you reach long-term success. VIP Day: Life is messy, this is for the busy woman who wants to set intentional goals with efficiency. In a half-day 1:1 private session, we will effectively break down your milestones with deadlines along with digging into your quitting triggers, what to do when motivation is lost and establishing your "why" to stand strong through the mess. Love this podcast? Then you want to join the Goal Boss Community on Facebook for additional free coaching and resources.
Our good pal Adam from @unstoppableactingstudio is getting settled in his new home in Dubai, so with his blessing, we are plugging ahead with our mission to bring you all quality discussions about the craft of acting. It gives me great pleasure to welcome Seth Michael May, a New York based acting coach from Seth Michael May Studios, as our guest co-host on today's episode where we will dive into the craft technique of Building Characters Through Animals. Thank you all for your ongoing support and for welcoming Seth Michael May with open arms. Connect with Seth Michael May in Instagram at @sethmichaelmaystudios or at his website https://www.sethmichaelmay.com/ Listen to previous episodes of Two Guys Talking Craft on Spotify and Apple Podcasts
In this final episode of the 3 part series exploring the Michael Chekhov Acting Technique, @actorsapproachcrafttoolbox gives a third absolute masterclass into Michael Chekhov's World. We explore Character Techniques that look at the Character vs The Ideal Image of the Character. Then we dive in deep to Areas of Focus. After that, we layer previously explored techniques shared in episodes 48 and 49 to create a complex and deeply connected experience. Next, we dive into the use and application of Costumes and Props and explore the Tradition Use, a Non-Traditional Use and an Innovative/Unique Use. Then we jump into the techniques of Atmospheres and Radiation. The last two techniques we explore are lesser know and they are Directional Imagery and Cycles - ***these are true hidden gems in the Chekhov system and you will likely never come across them in any other Chekhov training program, so pay close attention! Listen to previous episodes of Two Guys Talking Craft on Spotify and Apple Podcasts
In this one @actorsapproachcrafttoolbox gives another absolute masterclass into Michael Chekhov's World. We explore techniques that allow you to radiate 4 Energy Qualities and Emotions from your Eyes and Heart. Then we step into the energies of Ease, Form and Beauty, along with their polar opposites of Struggle, Disorder, and Grotesque. And then we explore Molding, Falling, Floating, Balance and Imbalance. And we wrap up episode 49 by exploring Rhythm, Tempo, Volume, Pitch, and Tone. Listen to previous episodes of Two Guys Talking Craft on Spotify and Apple Podcasts
Former Chief Security Officer With Experience At Billion Dollar Companies Reveals The Secret To Running Successful Privacy Programmes!Hi, my name is Jamal Ahmed and I'd like to invite you to listen to this special episode of the #1 ranked Data Privacy podcast. Discover: How to rethink privacy for organisational success What it takes to sustain a thriving career in Data Privacy Plus, a surprising career regret Privacy Pros must be cautious of! And so much more.... Jad is a seasoned leader in software development, security, and privacy. He spent 9 years on Google's information security team and led security for social products. From there, Jad became Snap Inc.'s first Chief Security Officer, creating programs for security, privacy engineering, and spam and abuse from the ground up. Early in his career, Jad recognized that developing meaningful defenses takes time and resources, and decided in 2018 to create a tool that would address those challenges. He and Chris partnered to launch TerraTrue. Jad holds a bachelor's degree in computer engineering from McGill University and a master's in computer science from Stanford. Follow Jamal on LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/kmjahmed/ ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/kmjahmed/) Connect with Jad on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/secplusplus/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/secplusplus/) Find out more about TerraTrue: https://terratruehq.com/ (https://terratruehq.com/) Get Exclusive Insights, Secret Expert Tips & Actionable Resources For A Thriving Privacy Career That We Only Share With Email Subscribers► https://my.captivate.fm/%C2%A0https://newsletter.privacypros.academy/sign-up ( https://newsletter.privacypros.academy/sign-up) Subscribe to the Privacy Pros Academy YouTube Channel► https://www.youtube.com/c/PrivacyPros (https://www.youtube.com/c/PrivacyPros) Join the Privacy Pros Academy Private Facebook Group for:Free LIVE Training Free Easy Peasy Data Privacy Guides Data Protection Updates and so much more Apply to join here whilst it's still free: https://www.facebook.com/groups/privacypro (https://www.facebook.com/groups/privacypro)
The summer of June 2020 activated so many people to speak out, march and take a stand against oppression, but as time has gone on, we've seen the energy and participation around social justice efforts lose steam. But what if taking action only took 60 seconds a week? This week's guest, Mariangela Anzalone, talks about her newsletter, Actionable Activism and the importance of identifying the issues and embracing actions that align with your values and lifestyle. She and Nikki also discuss the practice of maintaining hope in the midst of depressing times.
Michael Levitt of Breakfast Leadership shares 4 actionable tools for stopping our fear of failure Episode 741: How Can We Stop Our Fear of Failure? 4 Actionable Tools by Michael Levitt Michael Levitt is the founder & Chief Burnout Officer of The Breakfast Leadership Network, a San Diego and Toronto-based burnout media firm. He is a Certified NLP and CBT Therapist, and is one of the world's leading authorities in burnout recovery and prevention. He is also a Fortune 500 consultant, #1 bestselling author, and host of the Breakfast Leadership Show, a top 200 podcast on iTunes. He is a 2x Top 20 Global Thought Leader on Culture with Thinkers360. He is a former Healthcare executive, CIO, and CFO overseeing $ 2 Billion budgets, so he's seen and done it all. The original posts are located here: https://www.breakfastleadership.com/blog/how-can-we-stop-our-fear-of-failure-4-actionable-tools Indeed is the #1 source of hires in the U.S., according to TalentNest. Go to Indeed.com/STARTUP to get started Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalStartUpDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Most often people get confused about what boundaries are and what they are not. In this episode, I invited co-coach, Laura Kalirai, to help set the record straight by looking at the differences between this amazing tool for creating intimacy and simply setting expectations for other people. Boundaries are never easy to establish, but avoiding them is doing you and your relationships a disservice. In this episode you'll learn: What a boundary is and why they matter Actionable scripts to help you learn how to establish boundaries with those you love How to stand up for yourself in a loving way Why it's important that you take responsibility for your own environment and well-being Why boundaries have nothing to do with making others change their behavior, and all about what YOU must do instead. Tune in to learn how we can prevent others from violating important spaces in our lives and how to do it from the place of love. Connect with Leslie: Website Instagram Facebook If you're struggling with emotional, binge, or compulsive eating and you're interested in personalized coaching, apply here. If you want to learn how to not-only lose weight, but lose the struggle along side it, take the Weight Loss Psychology Quiz to discover your diet personality. Also, if you're interested in learning more about the group coaching program, Unstuffed, you can join the waitlist HERE.
Is there an uplevel you have been working toward that you have not achieved yet? Stephanie is going to shed some light on what may be stopping you from hitting your next level, and give you your next steps.Her presentation is a game changer and we are so lucky to have her here: Stephanie is one of the foremost authorities on conscious and subconscious reprogramming in the entrepreneurial space - especially when it comes to money. When you think about spiritual teachers what do you envision? Whatever that is, throw it out the window. Stephanie Synclair is likely none of that. She understands that in the real world, we can't meditate all day. We are spiritual beings, but we are definitely wrapped in human cloth, and she understands this spiritual perfectionism that so many people tell you to search for just…isn't. She is also here to remind us that business strategy alone won't get us to where we desire to be…. Are you stuck in your business and blaming strategy?Yes, sometimes it's strategy. But more often than not, it is our programming. I can't wait to hear what reactions, beliefs, and “shoulds” come up for you in this video. We are going to start flipping beliefs to unlock what's possible for you this year and into next year. As you enjoy this presentation, let us know your takeaways in the comments! Stephanie is diving into a: #1) Breakdown of subconscious + how we get programmed in the first place And #2) Actionable takeaways for you to start making changes right now! I personally made lots of notes!! My quotables from Stephanie are: :: Consider what belief could support what you currently have, that you may need to shift :: Ditch the belief systems that tell you you can't :: You were given a grand belief that tells you you can - I FELT THAT IN MY SOUL :: Look for representations of what is possible and stay aligned to *that* Connect with Stephanie more at https://www.stephaniesynclair.com/ + MUST HAVE PLANATHON LINKS + . GET ALL PLANNING RESOURCES + LINK TO VIDEOS HERE: ambermccue.com/planathonresources . DOWNLOAD THE AGENDA: ambermccue.com/planathonagenda . REGISTER FOR THE THURSDAY/FRIDAY WORKSHOP: ambermccue.com/workshop . BUY THE FRESH START WORKBOOK: ambermccue.com/freshstartworkbook JOIN THE MODERN CEO + TURN YOUR PLANS INTO RESULTS + REVENUE: ambermccue.com/modernceo . BOOK A MODERN CEO CHAT TO GO FROM PLAN → RESULTS in THE MODERN CEO: ambermccue.com/bookmycall
Shawnna Sumaoang: Hi, and welcome to the Sales Enablement PRO podcast. I am Shawnna Sumaoang. Sales enablement is a constantly evolving space and we're here to help professionals stay up to date on the latest trends and best practices so that they can be more effective in their jobs. Today I’m excited to have Aurore Pautet from Malt join us. Aurore, I’d love for you to introduce yourself, your role, and your organization to our audience. Aurore Pautet: Thank you, Shawnna. I am Aurore, the sales enablement manager for Malt, a French marketplace specializing in freelancing. I have been in sales for six years, starting with the Expedia group and then moving to Malt. Now, I am in charge of the onboarding, training, animation, and knowledge of 150 sales teams in 5 countries. SS: Impressive. Now you mentioned that your experience is really around sales training and coaching programs. I’d love for you to walk us through your design process for creating a new program. AP: Sure. The design process is really different according to your goal, your audience, the topic, and the importance. Through my diverse experiences, I tested different formats, such as coaching sessions with live use case partners, roleplay with the manager, online training made by our own sales teams, shadowing, elevator pitch, etcetera. The choice of the design is really linked to the topic and the volume of information to assimilate. The last innovative formal training that we did was, for example, to train our sales teams on our competitors. The goal was not to describe all the strengths and weaknesses of our competitors by listing them because it was too difficult to assimilate and memorize. That’s why we organize competitors’ debates. This works as an example of functional training and at the same time, we had a well developed flow with the level of acting, of course. That’s why the design is really according to the topic and the volume of knowledge that the sales have to assimilate. SS: I do love that approach. Now in your opinion, what are some of the key components of effective training and coaching programs, and what are the core elements that practitioners should include? AP: First of all, you need to understand the objectives of the training. Usually, when you create training it is because you identified a lack of knowledge and a real need for your sales. Then, with that clear content, you can identify not only why, but also how it can be useful for sales. What I also like to do is a short test of comprehension, just to make sure that everything has been well assimilated. Without any hesitation, I think that the Q&A part is the part that you can’t exclude from any training. It is important to remember that what is clear for you is not always clear for your audience. That’s why the Q&A allows you to clarify all the doubts or misunderstandings. If you don’t do the Q&A, I can bet you that you will need to set up a second run to clarify the training. Those are the clear components of good training. SS: I absolutely agree. What are some of your best practices for aligning your training programs with the real-world needs of reps and how are you able to fully understand the needs of your team for that? AP: I have three pieces of advice. What helps me in my day-to-day is my past experience as a salesperson. This is a real added value to my job now because I’m able to identify some gray areas and how to address some topics to this population. Sometimes when you are disconnected from the sales teams you can have a lack of actionability in your training. Actionable content is key, this is my first piece of advice. The second one is leaning on the previous one. You need to be close to the sales team by always being with them. By being open to their questions and participating in meetings, you can identify what their needs are. To start, try to always be available to the sales team and make sure that they know you are available. Of course, sometimes it can be a heavy workload, but in the end, it is worth it. By being solicited by the sales team, you can identify the lack of knowledge and you can fix it rapidly and spread the knowledge to the rest of the team. It also creates trust where the salesperson can come to you for help rather than being afraid when they do not know something. These are my three pieces of advice. SS: I love those three points. I think that those are spot on. Now, to the needs of your team and thinking and putting yourself in your rep’s shoes, how do you drive adoption and engagement by reps in a new training or coaching program? AP: I think for us the secret sauce is really to employ some salespeople in the organization of your training. First, for example, I identify with the managers where there is a lack of knowledge and where additional training could be useful. Once done, I identify the best person who is skilled on this topic, and with their help, I will build the training. This person will contribute to the content and above all deploy and present the training to the rest of the team. There are a couple of reasons why we do this. Mainly, it is to create more commitment as the other salespeople on the team are curious to go to the training of one of their colleagues. Also, we can ensure the training will be actionable and directly linked to the business issues as a salesperson has been comforted with this topic previously. Our secret sauce is really to employ a salesperson to deliver the training to the others. SS: I think that’s a really fantastic approach to driving adoption and engagement. For reps who may need extra support to sharpen their skills, how can enablement help support their continued learning beyond the completion of a training or coaching program? AP: I think this is a magical thing in enablement. From a well-defined global strategy, you can free up some time to hold specific 1 on 1 coaching and follow-up. For example, we have set up a sales onboarding process and spread it over six weeks. With some online tests each week on our learning management system, we can make sure that the new sales reps master the key topics. For example, if we identify that one of the salespeople didn’t correctly master the CRM or finance process, it is no problem because I can take that person into a one-on-one meeting and offer them specific training to fix it. At the same time, we can have a strategic plan for the rep to self-coach, with of course the help of the manager. If we set up correctly, we can split the time to have more focus and one on one coaching with the sales reps who need it. SS: I love that approach to helping them with that additional coaching. Now, the last question for you, in a rapidly changing industry, can you share some best practices for keeping your coaching and training programs up to date and relevant to your reps needs to be? AP: To be honest, that’s really the hardest part since processes can change quickly and often. My advice would be to be close to your peers of enablement from other companies within your industry to get some insights. Be close to all the different teams within your company so you can always be aware and up to date on all the planned changes. I think this is key, you just need to be really curious about other new training ideas. Curiosity allows us to be up to date. SS: That’s fantastic. Thank you so much for joining us today. I really appreciate it. AP: Thank you. SS: To our audience, thanks for listening. For more insights, tips, and expertise from sales enablement leaders, visit salesenablement.pro. If there is something you'd like to share or a topic you'd like to learn more about, please let us know we'd love to hear from you.
Useful tips on how to reduce your phone usage and get off apps all - freakin- day- long. Ten years of a serious phone and tech addiction is enough - its time to lay off the phone: Let's take better responsibility of our own mental health and for our youth, too - and improve your outlook on life and share this useful info with others. We can better disconnect from tech and phones - we have to take small *actionable* steps + share these with BFF's *Actionable tips* Journaling - journal the things you are grateful for, list off the people you love in your life - even if its just scribbling out all the thoughts you have Cooking from books - put the phone away when you are cooking - try "Clean Green Eats" Nature - walking, hiking, solved by walking - make decisions after a walk and after a good night's sleep Gardening with no phone A Sabbatical - a break from work, the phone and email - try it! Workout without phone - dont take it into class - for fuck's sake Reading books - turn the phone off Talking to a friend - brunch no phones Become a part of a runners club or a rec sports team no phone Dinner no phones - pay attention to who you are dining with - connect with them in the present Pray and meditate no phones Have more sex and playtime Travel more and book more trips + learn about your culture off the phone Let's do a better job of the information and stories we share: education, reading, books, writing/sharing better public service journalism- not all media and/or podcasts are focused on clickbait and thirst traps + addictions to attention - we are over it! -- sometimes it's important to turn the shit off and tune back in to reality off the batt. Try a weekend from FRI- MON am with no phone, turn it off, put it away. - trust me you will love it. - Please review this podcast with 5 stars on Apple and Spotify + thank you for listening xx Candice
If you haven't heard the concept of the flywheel, listen to this episode! We think it can really help your online business grow! In today's episode, we discuss: How the flywheel can help grow your business from good to great How to stay persistent when your online business is growing slowly Actionable steps to take to grow your membership Take a look at the Flipped Lifestyle flywheel: https://flippedlifestyle.com/flywheel/ Our spotlight speaker is Flipped Lifestyle Community All-Star, Kevin Depew! Kevin is a long-time member of the community and founder of RelaxAndLearnGuitar.com! Kevin started his membership in 2017 and has been steadily growing it for the past 4 years. His membership recently surpassed 200 members, which gave him the financial freedom to quit his job! Shane Sams and Kevin talk about the most important things to focus on when growing a membership and how Kevin can take his membership to the next level. Check out Kevin's recent appearance on the Flipped Lifestyle podcast: https://flippedlifestyle.com/podcast303/ There's tons of value in this episode of the podcast because we're also answering a couple of questions from the Flipped Lifestyle Community forums! Can I build my online business in less than 90 days? We would love to have you as a member of The Flipped Lifestyle Community! We believe you have God-given talents and experiences you can use to start an online business! All you need is 100 people to pay you $50/m online to make $5,000/m, $60,000/y! Let us help you start a membership of your own. Click here to learn more: https://flippedlifestyle.com
#61In this episode we look at goals, and assessment of those goals, in teaching and learning language. This is the third of 5 episodes dedicated to the book Common Ground: Second Language Acquisition Theory Goes to the Classroom by Florencia Henshaw and Maris Hawkins. Actionable insights and takeaways that you can use right away as you set goals for your students and create the assessments that support students moving toward them. Topics in the episode:ACTFL Proficiency LevelsSetting Proficiency-Based GoalsPerformance and ProficiencyAssessment; Integrated Performance Assessments and RubricsIntercultural Communication GoalsMaking the discussion interactive on Twitter with Joshua (@wlcalssoom), Florencia Henshaw (@Prof_F_Henshaw) and Maris Hawkins (@Marishawkins).Blog posts referenced in this episode:Episode 12: ACTFL Proficiency LevelsEpisode 49: Rubrics and Competency Based GradingEpisode 56: Backwards Design and PlanningGet your own copy of Common Ground. Hackett Publishing is generously offering a 25% discount when you use the code WLC2022. [Available through December 31, 2022].**The 25% off discount code can be used for any book through the end of December, 2022. Hackett publishes several intermediate language-learning textbooks in Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Latin, and Classical Greek. New releases include Cinema for French Conversation, Cinema for Spanish Conversation, and Les Français.______________________________Work with Joshua either in person or remotely.______________________________Sign up for Talking Points for tips, tools and resources for language teaching.______________________________Let's connect!wlclassrom.comTwitter: @wlclassroomInstagram: @wlclassroomFacebook: /wlclassroomWLClassroom Facebook Group______________________________Teachers want to hear from you and what you are proud of in your classroom.Join me on the podcast. We record conversations remotely, so you can be anywhere.
John and Tim talk about saving money on these high energy bills...● Electricity prices jumped 16% on average the past year...● Compounded with soaring temperatures, this is going to put a damper on profits● Phoenix AZ has 6 months of summer of above 100 degree weather● Actionable steps:○ Control AC (still giving the guest some control, but automating when windows or doors are open a shut off toggle, etc)○ Smart lights○ Change air filter○ Seal holes and gaps○ Check that your water heater thermostat is set optimally○ LEDs and efficiency bulbs
At the end of the day, your budget is a lot like hot weather and articles of clothing: you can only cut so much before it becomes problematic. And that's what we're tackling today on A Sunny Side Up Life Podcast. Sami discusses the unnecessary guilt and shame surrounding things we can't control, like the current inflation rate, and how to combat these feelings and our finances during periods of monetary struggle. In this episode, Sami chats about: Actionable steps to take when you feel out of control with your money How personal finance procrastination relates to a junk closet The importance and power of building consistent habits with budgeting Guilt and shame over money mistakes, being worthy of more than financial struggle, + more SPONSOR(S): Price Of Avocado Toast Podcast: Listen and subscribe to the Price of Avocado Toast Podcast TODAY PAST EPISODES YOU'LL ENJOY: Facing Your Fears Money Is Emotional Getting Through The Darkness ASSUL RESOURCES: 1:1 Coaching With Sami: Apply today YouTube: Subscribe for free Instagram: Follow me on the ‘gram Facebook: Follow me on Facebook The Sunny Sqad: Join the VIP Facebook Group SHOW INFORMATION: A Sunny Side Up Life A Sunny Side Up Life Podcast is a show for women who are ready to live an abundant life full of freedom + positivity. Sami Womack, nationally recognized money expert and finance coach guides listeners toward breaing free from survival mode, gaining financial freedom, staying motivated, and focusing on what matters most. Learn more at: https://www.asunnysideuplife.com HOST BIO: Sami Womack Sami Womack is the brains behind A Sunny Side Up Life. Her weekly podcast has been downloaded over 250,000 times, and her story has been featured on YNAB, Debt.com, The Purpose Show with Allie Casazza, and The His & Her Money Show. When she's not downing caramel coffee or homeschooling her daughters, she's creating content, collaborating with finance/minimalist organizations, and inspiring women all over the world to live an intentional life. She began this journey with her high school sweetheart, Daniel, and a debt price tag of $490,000. They both took control of their family's finances by downsizing, budgeting, and changing habits. From this experience, A Sunny Side Up Life was born. Today, Sami owns this business helping women get through dark times and experience the life-altering magic of intentional living. DISCLAIMER(S): This show may contain affiliate links or links from our advertisers where I earn a commission or direct payment. Opinions are the creators alone. Information shared on this podcast is for entertainment purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. CREDITS: Podcast Support: Weir Digital Marketing Podcast Artwork: Weir Digital Marketing Audio Engineer: Garrett Davis
A couple of weeks ago, I shared one of the most impactful interviews I've ever done, as a guest on Cathy Heller's podcast, Don't Keep Your Day Job. The response from our community was so overwhelmingly positive, that I invited Cathy to be a guest on my podcast. If you've yet to hear that episode, titled “A Fresh Perspective on The Miracle Morning,” you can listen to it here. In today's episode, Cathy and I have a fun, enlightening discussion about a variety of topics that affects all of us at some point. The one that stood out to me was our discussion about “Overcoming Imposter Syndrome.” If you've ever felt like you weren't special, worthy, deserving, or capable of creating everything you want for your life, this episode is for you. KEY TAKEAWAYS The biggest thing that holds people back from taking steps toward the life they desire. Actionable steps to rewire your brain and progress towards something that scares you. The most important ingredients to transcending imposter syndrome so you can live a life you love. Why being caring, authentic, and vulnerable is much more important than trying to impress people. How selflessly creating value in other people's lives gives you the power to overcome imposter syndrome. A powerful story of how Howard Schultz went from living in Brooklyn public housing to growing Starbucks into a multi-billion dollar business. The five (5) approaches you can take to ensure you get to do what you love all the time. Get The Full Show Notes To get full access to today's show notes, including audio, transcript, and links to all the resources mentioned, visit MiracleMorning.com/448 Subscribe, Rate & Review I would love if you could subscribe to the podcast and leave an honest rating & review. This will encourage other people to listen and allow us to grow as a community. The bigger we get as a community, the bigger the impact we can have on the world. To subscribe, rate, and review the podcast on iTunes, visit HalElrod.com/iTunes. Connect with Hal Elrod Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube