En este episodio de SOS, Rafa le responde preguntas a Santiago, Karen, y Adair. Manda tus preguntas con una nota de voz al +52 55 6540 5599 para que salgan en un proximo episodio de SOS. También puedes usar esta liga: https://wa.me/5215565405599 Síguenos en @sonoropodcast en todas las redes sociales.
Join us at GateCrashers as Adair and Nikki record in scenic Beach City, Delmarva and delve into the world of Rebecca Sugar's television series Steven Universe and all the things that make this show more than just an animated series with a fantastic soundtrack. Steven Universe was divided into three distinct parts; Steven Universe the series (5 seasons), Steven Universe the Movie and a concluding limited series entitled Steven Universe Future which concluded in 2020. 5000 years after a great war of Gems, we meet Steven, a half boy half gem who lives with the "Crystal Gems" Garnet, Amethyst, and Pearl who were friends of his mother Rose Quartz and fugitives from a great interstellar empire. Together the four live in (what appears to be) an abandoned temple on earth after the Gems rebelled against Homeworld alongside Rose. The story follows Steven's adventures, whether he is fighting monsters, developing friendships or learning to control his own powers. In our conversation we discuss Rebecca Sugar's unique take on a Cartoon Network series and their decision to include complex dynamics and obstacles as the characters grow with the series. We look at the running themes of LGBTQ inclusivity, healthy interpersonal relationships, familial identity, depiction and developing awareness of mental illness and growth beyond trauma and abuse. Not to mention looking at the beautiful world built inside the show with original songs accompanying the changing circumstances and experiences of Steven and his community of found family.
In this weeks episode we debate what the best bird to hunt is. Is duck hunting the best or upland hunting the best? Tune in to find out our opinions. Tyler and Brandon are huge proponents of opportunistic hunting meaning if it flies and we can can hunt it chances are we will. Nick enjoys his morning coffee to much to give waterfowl the time of day. Send us your thoughts on the matter in a email : firstname.lastname@example.org You can find all the GDIY content at the link below. https://linktr.ee/gundogityourself Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The jewelry industry is ancient, and the ring market has become controlled by few players selling the same, or almost the same products from a select manufacturers and distributors. That is until a young guy came into the industry making custom rings for fun and who soon found himself selling rings around the world of the most unique materials.Patrick Adair is the founder of Patrick Adair designs. He makes rings of all sorts of shapes, sizes and materials. His YouTube channel went crazy as people were mesmerized watching the craftsmanship that went into every ring. Today his rings are known throughout the industry to be fun, different, and of excellent workmanship.Patrick tells us about how he successfully created this business, the challenges involved in managing a custom ring business, and the uniqueness of his supply chain.Learn more about Patrick by visiting: patrickadairdesigns.com/
The Artists Index Website Project features the In-Focus Podcasts – up close and personal conversations with the makers, performers, supporters, and cultural impresarios of this remarkable creative community. Each week, we feature a Visual, Performing, or Literary Artist who lives, works, or is somehow connected to the South Coast of Massachusetts. We discuss their backgrounds, passions, and dreams. Please join us!
We welcome William Morris aka Wm, founder of A Motley Vision, onto our show to talk about the BYU studies article, The King Follett Discourse: Pinnacle or Peripheral?, by James E. Faulconer and Susannah Morrison. We talk about the nature of individuality, intelligence, and our own eternal destiny, as revealed by Joseph Smith and studied by prophets and scholars ever since. We even may have come to a new conclusion on the discourse as a whole? Join us! Link to our Face in Hat discord server! https://discord.gg/MnSMvKHvwh Dialogue Podcast Network https://www.dialoguejournal.com/podcasts/ Article for today: The King Follett Discourse: Pinnacle or Peripheral?, by James E. Faulconer and Susannah Morrison https://byustudies.byu.edu/article/the-king-follett-discourse-pinnacle-or-peripheral/ The full issue: Yet to be revealed, open questions in Latter-Day Saint theology. Edited by Eric A. Eliason and Terryl L. Givens https://byustudies.byu.edu/journal/60-3/ Motley Vision website https://motleyvision.org/ The Darkest Abyss: Strange Mormon Stories, by William Morris https://www.amazon.com/Darkest-Abyss-Strange-Mormon-Stories/dp/1948218682 Email subscription for Wm https://buttondown.email/motleyvision God has created “both things to act and things to be acted upon”, 2 Nephi 2:14 https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/scriptures/bofm/2-ne/2#p14 Science the Key to Theology: Volume One: Preliminaries, by Steven L. Peck https://www.amazon.com/Science-Key-Theology-One-Preliminaries/dp/0998605204 The Marvelous Clouds: Toward a Philosophy of Elemental Media, by John Durham Peters https://www.amazon.com/Marvelous-Clouds-Toward-Philosophy-Elemental/dp/022625383X Dark Watch and other Mormon-American stories, by William Morris https://www.amazon.com/Dark-Watch-other-Mormon-American-stories-ebook/dp/B00WQHCCFG Talking to Dante in the Spirit World,by Daniel Cooper https://irreantum.associationmormonletters.org/talking-to-dante-in-the-spirit-world-by-daniel-cooper/ Hemingway in Paradise and Other Mormon Poems, by Scott Hales https://www.amazon.com/Hemingway-Paradise-Other-Mormon-Poems/dp/B09WQBHBQG Thanks to our sponsor! Check out Beyond the Witch's Woods: Book One of the Kingdom of Adair, by Nathan K Caulder https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0BF2Q4TJX/
Are you an entrepreneur? Do you know that copywriting is essential to every business? A well-written copy can help your business improve audience engagement and boost sales conversion which means more profit on your end. And this episode with Crystal Adair-Benning will help you understand that. Crystal Adair-Benning is best known for being not known at all. She is a secret weapon amongst successful entrepreneurs who covet her Quantum Copy Method - combining the science of writing with the spirituality of creativity. And a multiple NY Times Bestselling ghostwriter and former highly sought-after luxury event planner. On today's episode of the Lean Out Your Business podcast, Crystal shares with us the fundamentals of a well-written copy and how it can put you on a path to business success. Are you ready to learn more? If yes, then listen to this episode. Show topics include: (2:27): The importance of copyrighting and how it helps us from a sales conversion perspective (3:16): Ways to prove that words have magic in them (6:25): The copy that entrepreneurs use (11:05): Tips on how you can write your copy that is authentic (22:30): Quantum copy method (26:40): Crystal Adair-Benning's other works and contact information (29:05) How to work smarter not harder Links From This Episode: Web: http://wordmagiccopywriting.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/wordmagiccopywriting Twitter: http://twitter.com/wordmagiccopy Work with Crista: Want to learn more about working with Crista and the Lean Out Method team to simplify and scale your business? Explore our limited series podcast Do Less, Scale Faster and learn more about our services and hear from our clients what it's like to work with us. https://www.leanoutmethod.com/scalingpodcast Want to join Crista and a group of high-achieving entrepreneurs IN PERSON to take yourself and your business to the next level this year? Join us for our luxury VIP retreat and mastermind experience. https://www.leanoutmethod.com/retreat Ready to eliminate complexity from your business and scale to multiple-7+ figures in simple and sustainable ways? Apply to join us inside the Simplify to Scale Business Accelerator, a transformation group-mentorship experience for successful entrepreneurs ready to transform their business into a self-run company that's no longer dependent on them to scale. https://www.leanoutmethod.com/scale Love this podcast? Then you'll want to join the Simplify and Scale Society, Crista's private FB community where she hosts a live training + Q&A every week. https://www.facebook.com/groups/leanoutcircle
Chuck Adair, Program Director of Grace Place Properties, joins Adam in the studio to share his story of how he found Christ through his own incarceration. Chuck now uses his story of Christ's grace to minister to men within the Texas prison system and through Regeneration, a biblical 12-step program.
After 25 seasons, the Charli Turner Thorne era in Tempe is over, and the Adair Era is ramping up and ready to go. Replacing a legend is hard, but for new Arizona State women's basketball head coach Natasha Adair, it's old hat. Twice before in her career, she has taken over programs from coaches with 20-plus-year tenures, and as she has done before, Adair will look to build upon the previous foundation and elevate the program to new heights. On this episode, Natasha and I discuss her approach to building successful programs, the impact of leading with love, empowering players both on and off the court, the exciting talent on the 2022-2023 roster, and so much more.
It's a two for one today as we look at two BYU studies articles on whether God ever has or is currently progressing, and on progression in the afterlife. Go deep with us! It's so much fun! Plus Hadestown makes an appearance! Link to our Face in Hat discord server! https://discord.gg/MnSMvKHvwh Thanks to our sponsor! Check out Beyond the Witch's Woods: Book One of the Kingdom of Adair, by Nathan K Caulder https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0BF2Q4TJX/ Two articles in this episode: What Is the Nature of God's Progress?, by Matthew Bowman https://byustudies.byu.edu/article/what-is-the-nature-of-gods-progress/ How Limited Is Postmortal Progression?, by Terryl L. Givens https://byustudies.byu.edu/article/how-limited-is-postmortal-progression/ Both from the full issue: Yet to be revealed, open questions in Latter-Day Saint theology. Edited by Eric A. Eliason and Terryl L. Givens https://byustudies.byu.edu/journal/60-3/ Brain cells in a lab dish learn to play Pong — and offer a window onto intelligence, by Jon Hamilton https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2022/10/14/1128875298/brain-cells-neurons-learn-video-game-pong Heike's Void, by Steven Peck (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Heikes-Void-Steven-Peck/dp/1948218550 The Plan, a play by Eric Samuelsen https://sunstone.org/wp-content/uploads/sbi/articles/155-06-31.pdf Slaughterhouse-Five: A Novel, by Kurt Vonnegut (Author) https://www.amazon.com/Slaughterhouse-Five-Novel-Modern-Library-Novels/dp/0385333846 Hilbert's paradox of the Grand Hotel https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hilbert%27s_paradox_of_the_Grand_Hotel Infinity - Here Come the 123s, by They Might Be Giants https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=pTpEB-Y2Ai0&list=OLAK5uy_ltENVxaQXfqCtKD-WTW_t38dlM81kvy-E How To Count Past Infinity - Vsauce https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SrU9YDoXE88 Infinity is bigger than you think - Numberphile https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elvOZm0d4H0 (Aaron) I couldn't quite verify it, but it's rumored that Matthew Bowman's The Mormon People: The Making of an American Faith states that James Talmadge was one of the first Mormon's with a Ph.D. https://www.amazon.com/Mormon-People-Making-American-Faith/dp/081298336X Talking to Dante in the Spirit World, by Daniel Cooper https://irreantum.associationmormonletters.org/talking-to-dante-in-the-spirit-world-by-daniel-cooper/ Hadestown! It's the best. Here's a spotify link. https://open.spotify.com/album/1J1yxODbNlqKbwRqJxYJUP Hades! Also the best. Get it on steam or it's free right now on xbox if you have game pass! https://www.supergiantgames.com/games/hades/ Joseph Smith and the Mormons Hardcover, by Noah Van Sciver https://www.amazon.com/Joseph-Smith-Mormons-Noah-Sciver/dp/141974965X Next time! The King Follett Discourse: Pinnacle or Peripheral?, by James E. Faulconer and Susannah Morrison https://byustudies.byu.edu/article/the-king-follett-discourse-pinnacle-or-peripheral/ Our related previous episode: 2.2 Canonization and the King Follett Discourse https://faceinhat.podbean.com/e/22-canonization-and-the-king-follett-discourse/
Mo Robson Band this week on our show. If you've been around Adair's Saloon you know who this is! He's a staple in the cool country scene of DFW and he plays many Honky Tonks and groovy bars around our great state. Let him share his journey with you. He's paid his dues and deserves a listen! Such a likeable dude! Originally aired 10/16/2022 on 95.3 FM KYHI the Range in Dallas, TX.
Johnny ‘Mad Dog' Adair was behind the murder of many innocent Catholics during the Troubles but his lower Shankill mob, ‘C Company', was also behind two bloody feuds with fellow loyalists. The first with their rivals the UVF, the second with the rest of the UDA - that's when C-Company went too far. Ciarán Barnes tells the story of the fall of Johnny Adair and the banishment of his supporters and their families from west Belfast. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Johnny Adair's name is well known, his face instantly recognizable, his voice familiar but he's not a famous actor or singer, he's a ‘celebrity terrorist'. He was the pumped-up skinhead hardman who led a bloody loyalist faction in carrying out over 40 murders – most of his victims were entirely innocent Catholics. The Sunday Life's Ciaran Barnes tells the story of how Adair rose to power in the lower Shankill. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We need we met our next guest in her home in Pataskala Indiana. Sue is an amazing person, and she greeted us on her little knee cart since she recently had surgery, and we kind of wheeled ourselves into her living room and set up the gear and started to talk. Turns out Sue is a prolific podcast guest. She's a been on more than 100 shows and after just a little while speaking with her it's clear why people want to get her in the show and why she's invited on so many. She's a speaker, a master life coach, and she's been through so much trauma and turned that into an asset, a strength, not a liability while she's on her healing journey. She lives with her brother in her home, and she talks about the courage to come out and share her story about being raped at 7. The courage came from her brother, who in his own authenticity, helped her overcome her fears to share what she's been through. She talks about facing the depression and anxiety, and the self-worth issues that come for being a victim, but she had“nagging optimism” in the understanding and believe that it's OK to not be OK. Sue shares her dream to be on the stage with people like Tony Robbins. She has a dare to dream stage Adair to believe movement that she's working on. in your life trauma in your life to understand it's OK to not be OK but do not let things define you, but to have you to find them. Join us on this episode to learn what it's like to face your demons in the past and dream Dare to dream bigger for your future and what happens when you let go of the fear and embrace the possibilities.For behind the scenes content of the making of The Jar, meet the guests, see some footage of unreleased podcast episodes and more visit : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTqB1dhDvl0Oh505ysdxTgTo be a guest on the show email us at email@example.com or visit our webpage : https://www.thejar.live/Follow The Jar on Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/thejar_podcast/Follow The Jar on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/podcast.thejarDisclaimer: The views stated in this episode are our guest's opinions and do not represent the views, beliefs or opinions of The Jar Podcast. Our goal is to provide a platform for everyone no matter what they believe, and we would like to continue to do that while making it clear our guests are not a representation of The Jar Podcast.
I'm so thankful for Instagram and the wonderful resource that it is helping me cross paths with so many people. Chelsea Adair is one of those people, and I am so so excited to have her on today! She's here to talk all about the feminine and masculine sides of sacred sexuality.What does Chelsea suggest for someone looking to embrace their feminine more?You can't teach it with anything standardized that can ever instill someone with the energetic knowings that occur from personal embodied exploration. The divine feminine isn't this goddess that runs in the opposite direction of the masculine god. We need the masculine and the feminine and that's the only way we can live in harmony. When you swing to the side of being fully in your feminine, and just living for pleasure, you loose structure, you've got flow, but where the fuck are you flowing to?When you're in the unbalanced masculine you can forget about the artistry of life.Redefine what the masculine is for you. How that energy expresses through you. It doesn't have to be this really structured rigid tension. You can soften, feel the conscious presence, and let the masculine direct your next step and let your feminine back in to really feel like you can be held in this space to have the creative artistry and flow.Address when the rupture with the masculine or father archetype happened. When did that distrust or rebellion happen that caused you to run the other way to the feminine. When you can notice your inner child is taking over and rebelling against the masculine it can really help you understand how you can connect to the feminine. Having the masculine in your life can create a structure for better, more fulfilling, pleasure filled feminine expression. Does Chelsea practice with crystals in terms of sexuality?She is personally a firm believer in slow sensual self pleasure, and what that can open up for a woman. It's a different form of masculine energy, it's more consciousness and presence vs doing for the outcome which often happens when we pick up a vibrator. If you're doing it and not feeling fully fulfilled, or pleasured, then that's where you get to take a step back and put the vibrator away for a little while. Crystals hold energetic properties. When you use these crystals for self pleasure you're inviting them into your most sacred portal to recharge. Crystal yoni eggs are beautiful tool to use not only for the physical benefits such as increasing lubrication, having more sensation, and being able to have more tightness and firmness. Energetically our yoni's haven't been entered in a loving, healing, energetic way, maybe ever until we approach these slow self pleasure practices. Using a yoni egg not to have an orgasm but to offer this sacred ritual and ceremony for our beautiful fucking yoni who births life, receives pleasure, and is the source of all. Black obsidian is great for absorbing trauma from the body. A rose quartz egg is great for inviting more self love. Using crystal pleasure wands are really the next level of this. Because they don't vibrate, they're something you get to play with and see what feels right with your body. You need to get comfortable with your body first so it feels ready and comfortable to receive. This isn't about just having an orgasm. That will happen, and it will be deeper and more beautiful than you've ever experienced if you chose to go down this path and slow down and be with it.Connect with Chelsea!Instagram: @chelseaadairSchool for Embodied WomenConnect with Rachel!Instagram: @The_Rachel_MaineWebsite: https://linktr.ee/WellnessSexpertiseFacebook: Rachel MaineEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show
In this episode of Add To Cart, we are joined by Andrew Maver, Co founder and CEO of stockinstore, an omni-channel SAAS platform connecting online and physical stores. With clients such as Adair's, Kookai, Price Attack and Scanlan Theodore, stockinstore allows customers to find store locations, check product levels and lots more, creating more integrated, convenient shopping experiences. In this chat Andrew shares his thoughts on the product categories hardest to keep track of, what tips he has for staying on top of stock and how growing up as a long distance swimmer has helped him build a technology business.Links from the episode:stockinstoreAdairsKookaiBunnings The Body ShopAesopToyworldJulyShopify Plus and W Titley & Co (sponsored)Packleo (sponsored)Questions answered:How does stockinstore impact the customer experience?Which product categories do you think are the toughest to keep track of?Which emerging omnichannel features do you think will soon become the norm? This episode was brought to you by… Shopify PlusPackleoAbout your co-host: Andrew Maver from stockinstorestockinstore is a multinational, multilingual solution because retailers all over the world have the same challenges. As CEO and Co-founder of stockinstore, Andrew is responsible for the strategic direction, solution development, customer success and everything else. His background was originally in a family retail business but after studying Information Systems and Business, he combined them all in eCommerce where he now has over 20 years experience. Andrew is open to new ideas and interesting ways retailers can maximise their investment in their stores & stock.You can contact Andrew at LinkedInPlease contact us if you: Want to come on board as an Add To Cart sponsor Are interested in joining Add To Cart as a co-host Have any feedback or suggestions on how to make Add To Cart betterEmail email@example.com We look forward to hearing from you! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Today's guest is fitness instructor, nutrition coach, and actress Heather Adair. Heather, one of Danielle's favorite group fitness instructors, and D have a fun, gal-pal conversation about: Relentlessly pursuing one's passion and staying focused while doing it; The importance of a rock-solid group of friends, especially as life pulls us in different directions; The evolution of the fitness industry over the last decade, especially impacted by social media and influencer culture; And most importantly - how to put your iPhone on ‘Do No Disturb' Connect with Heather and learn about her training and nutrition coaching packages on Instagram: @heatherradair Let's connect on Instagram: @Danielle.Stead For more details about custom legal agreements for your business OR to book a 1:1 Business Development call with me visit: www.DanielleSteadBlanton.com Support this podcast: anchor.fm/danielle612 ____ Shine by LiQWYD | https://www.liqwydmusic.com || Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com || Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License || https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/danielle612/support
Adair Mosley has bold ideas for how to bring about racial equity in Minnesota. As president and CEO of Pillsbury United Communities he raised $1 million last spring to give a $10,000 scholarship for college or post-secondary training to each graduating senior at North Community High School. During his years at the Minneapolis community nonprofit he also helped open a grocery store and wellness hub in a food desert and launched an economic development effort to support rebuilding businesses in North Minneapolis after George Floyd's murder. Now Mosley has been tapped to bring his broad vision and economic innovations to a bigger stage. He'll step into a new role in October as CEO at the African American Leadership Forum, a Black-led group formed in 2006 to close the gaps of racial disparities in Minnesota. MPR News host Angela Davis talked with Adair Mosley about his work in the community, why humility is central to leadership and what he hopes to do in his new job. Guest: Adair Mosley is president and CEO of Pillsbury United Communities and will step into a new role in October as CEO of the African American Leadership Forum.
Success is something that's changed, from the house, the car, the things, the money to being a happiness metric. Am I litt up by my life? Am I happy? If that's a yes then that's a success, and the money is a bi-product that helps me live the lifestyle I want. Having experienced hardship, bankruptcy and becoming terminally ill four times, I finally learned that it's not worth sacrificing our happiness for our work. Tune in as Crystal shares how she quit her Job during a pandemic, tapped into her intuition, started her copywriting business and within 3-months doubled the Income that she had earned during her event career. About the Guest Word Magician. Story Supercharger. Copywriter & Ghostwriter for rebels, misfits and world-changing humans. Crystal Adair-Benning is best known for being not known at all. A secret weapon amongst successful entrepreneurs who covet her Quantum Copy Method - combining the science of writing with the spirituality of creativity. A multiple NYTimes Bestselling ghostwriter and former highly sought-after luxury event planner, Crystal finds joy in being an Intuitive Creative, digital nomad - free to explore the globe with her husband, dog and laptop. Website: https://wordmagiccopywriting.com/ (wordmagiccopywriting.com) IG:https://www.instagram.com/wordmagiccopywriting/ ( @wordmagiccopywriting) Twitter: https://twitter.com/wordmagiccopywriting (@wordmagiccopy) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/crystaladairbenning/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/crystaladairbenning/) About the Hosts: Blair Kaplan Venables is an expert in social media marketing and the president of Blair Kaplan Communications, a British Columbia-based PR agency. As a pioneer in the industry, she brings more than a decade of experience to her clients, which includes global wellness, entertainment, and lifestyle brands. Blair has helped her customers grow their followers into the tens of thousands in just one month, win integrative marketing awards, and more. She has spoken on national stages and her expertise has been featured in media outlets including CBC Radio, CEOWORLD Magazine, She Owns It, and Thrive Global. Blair is also the #1 best-selling author of Pulsing Through My Veins: Raw and Real Stories from an Entrepreneur. When she's not working on the board for her local chamber of commerce, you can find Blair growing the “I Am Resilient Project,” an online community where users share their stories of overcoming life's most difficult moments. https://www.blairkaplan.ca/ (https://www.blairkaplan.ca/) Theresa Lambert is an Online Business Strategy Coach with an impressive hotelier background in luxury Hospitality in the #1 Ski Resort in North America. Her mission is “ To make business easy so that your life can be more FULL!”. Theresa supports ambitious Women Entrepreneurs and Coaches to redefine success with elegance and create the Impact, Income and Freedom they desire in Business and in Life. In 2020 Theresa became the Bestselling Author of her book Achieve with Grace: A guide to elegance and effectiveness in intense workplaces. She is also a Speaker and the Podcast co-host of Dissecting Success. Theresa has been recognized as a business leader in Whistler's Profiles of Excellence, and is being featured in publications such as Hotelier Magazine, Thrive Global and Authority Magazine. https://www.theresalambertcoaching.com/ (https://www.theresalambertcoaching.com) Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a comment in the section below! Subscribe to the podcast If you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts or Stitcher. You can also subscribe in your favorite podcast app. Leave us an...
Tierashia Adair, the creator of T. Adair Enterprises, author, mother, and founder and CEO of AMOL: A Message of Love, Inc., joined us on the first September 2022 episode of "The Path of Most Persistence."
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This several-episodes-long deep-dive into the topics from the Area Wide Meeting have caused us all to re-examine our habits about what we are doing to help build relationships in the body of Christ. So, this week, Jared Wells guides us through a discussion of hospitality using 1 Peter 4:7-11 as a framework. This passage is helpful in defining hospitality, understanding why it's vital to the Christian community, and helping us get better at using it. Also, we have a returning guest, Lee Adair. Lee is super-passionate about hospitality and he lends some great perspective too. Enjoy!
This several-episodes-long deep-dive into the topics from the Area Wide Meeting have caused us all to re-examine our habits about what we are doing to help build relationships in the body of Christ. So, this week, Jared Wells guides us through a discussion of hospitality using 1 Peter 4:7-11 as a framework. This passage is helpful in defining hospitality, understanding why it's vital to the Christian community, and helping us get better at using it. Also, we have a returning guest, Lee Adair. Lee is super-passionate about hospitality and he lends some great perspective too. Enjoy!
This week Kat has coach turned friend, Chelsea Adair, on the podcast this week! Chelsea is a feminine embodiment mentor helping women reclaim their pleasure, sexuality, and power. After leaving her job as a personal trainer and physical therapists assistant, Chelsea spent the next 6 years studying herself and helping others along the way, traveling to Bali to receive her Yoga Teacher Training through Embodied Flow and studying under some of the greatest leaders in trauma healing, sexuality & intimacy. Chelsea guides her clients into their inherent wholeness and authentic expression through emotional release, somatic healing, and basic psychology - all rooted in the reclamation of the Feminine. This week we talk about Chelsea and her story, eroticism, the pleasure path, relearning what sucks energy is, feminine embodiment, what it's like own vs suppress our desires and not numbing anymore and anchoring into our power Reclaiming our feminine essence as a woman is our birthright and we are taught in so many ways generationally and societally that we should suppress that. But your womb, your sacral chakra, that creation energy and your essence of being a woman is your gift to this world. Kat had to work through shame, embrace her devotion to things, own her desires, learn to surrender to the bigger picture of life, and more. These are some of the things that Kat had to learn as she worked with Chelsea and moved from judgement to embodied and awakened. LINKS: Womb Awakening: Initiatory Wisdom from the Creatrix of All Life: https://a.co/d/0Es4ZP4 Pussy: A Reclamation: https://a.co/d/cwIq7ll Follow Chelsea on Instagram: https://instagram.com/chelseaadair?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Work With Chelsea & access her *FLASH SALE!*: https://embodiedwoman.thinkific.com/
Due to rising property prices, rent hikes, plummeting vacancy rates, many Aussies are now at risk of being homeless. Homeowners and investors may think they're immune, but are we really safe from the ripple effect? Michele Adair, CEO of Housing Trust, joins us today to discuss the worsening housing affordability crisis... What long-term impact does this issue have on our society and how will this affect our lives–regardless if you're a homeowner? We also look into the pressure of rising rent on lower income households, the current situation in the Illawarra, COVID-19's impact on homelessness as well as its correlation to our current labour crisis. If you enjoyed the show, do like, rate, subscribe, and share us on social media and if you have your own questions you need clarity on, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! See you in the episode! Episode Highlights: The real situation in the Illawarra [02:07] How has the profile of people facing homelessness changed? [07:44] The effect of rising interest rates on investors [09:43] Finding a win-win solution to the housing crisis [17:39] The role of community housing providers [20:34] Why has the government failed to address the housing problem? [24:55] How can the build to rent sector alleviate the housing crisis? [34:03] The need for change in social attitudes [42:32] The REAL cost of the housing affordability crisis [44:31] What role do councilors play? [51:16] About our Guest: Michele Adair is the CEO of Housing Trust, an organization that builds and manages affordable rental housing for people on very low to moderate incomes. Michele has Master's degrees in Management and in Public Advocacy & Action, and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. She was also recognised as the Outstanding Business Leader in the 2021 Business Illawarra awards. Links from the show: The Elephant in the Room | Episode 66 https://www.theelephantintheroom.com.au/podcasts/066 The Elephant in the Room | Episode 191 https://www.theelephantintheroom.com.au/podcasts/191 Housing Trust (https://www.housingtrust.org.au/) Power Housing (https://www.powerhousingaustralia.com.au/about-us/) Community Housing Industry Association (https://www.communityhousing.com.au/) CHIA NSW (https://communityhousing.org.au/) CHIA Vic (https://chiavic.com.au/) CHIA Queensland (https://www.communityhousing.com.au/chia-queensland/) Connect with Us: Looking for a Sydney Buyers Agent? www.gooddeeds.com.au Work with Veronica: https://linktr.ee/veronicamorgan Looking for a Mortgage Broker? www.wealthful.com.au Work with Chris: email@example.com Send in your questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org Find this episode on our website: https://www.theelephantintheroom.com.au/podcasts/244 If you've enjoyed this episode, don't forget to like, share, rate and subscribe for more!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, The Word Magician and Bestselling Ghostwriter, Crystal Adair-Benning, talks about effective copywriting. Today, Crystal talks about ways to improve your copy, pleasure copy versus trigger copy, and when to hire a copywriter. What is copy? Hear about the eight levels of perspective and belief, using love letter language, and get Crystal's advice to her younger self, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast. Key Takeaways “The best copy meets our clients where they're at, so we can take them where they need to go.” “The world is triggering enough. We don't need to see it in our copy.” “Your clients will tell you exactly what to write.” “Follow your zone of genius.” More about Crystal Adair-Benning Crystal Adair-Benning is the Word Magician, Story Supercharger, Copywriter & Ghostwriter for rebels, misfits and world-changing humans. She is best known for being not known at all. A secret weapon amongst successful entrepreneurs who covet her Quantum Copy Method - combining the science of writing with the spirituality of creativity. A multiple NYTimes Bestselling ghostwriter and former highly sought-after luxury event planner, Crystal finds joy in being an Intuitive Creative, digital nomad - free to explore the globe with her husband, dog and laptop. If you really want to know Crystal, here are some fun facts: - She never leaves home without her passport. - She saves trees with tech (her Remarkable is everything)! - She was truly embarrassed to call herself an empath for years and hid her genius because of it. - She met and married her hubbend (husband/boyfriend) in a month... because she was a smitten kitten. - She believe in LOVE above all else and will happily destroy the bro-marketing patriarchy word by word. Suggested Keywords Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Copywriting, Beliefs, Perspective, Communication, Conversion, Storytelling, Resources FREE Copy Workshop. To learn more, follow Crystal at: Website: wordmagiccopywriting.com Instagram: @wordmagiccopywriting Facebook: Word Magic Copywriting Twitter: @WordMagicCopy Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website: https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927 Read the Full Transcript Here: 00:05 Welcome to the healthy, wealthy and smart podcast where healthcare meets business with your host me, Dr. Karen Litzy. And just as a reminder, the information in this podcast is for entertainment purposes only, and is not to be used as personalized medical advice. Enjoy the show. 00:28 Hello, everyone, and welcome to the healthy, wealthy and smart Podcast. Today we've got a great podcast, which walks you through how to connect, convert and catalyze conversation through copy. And yes, this means how to get more conversions how to possibly make more money with your copy. So to bring us through today's episode, I'm really happy to have crystal Adair Bening, a word magician story supercharger, copywriter, ghostwriter for rebels, misfits and world changing humans. She is best known for being not known at all a secret weapon among successful entrepreneurs who covered her quantum copy method combining the science of writing with the spirituality of creativity, a multiple New York Times Best Selling ghost writer and formerly highly sought after luxury event planner, Crystal finds joy and being an intuitive creative digital nomad free to explore the globe with her husband, dog and laptop. So I met crystal a couple of months ago at Selena Sue's mastermind, and I am like in love with this woman, she is so good. She will walk you through what copy means how to make it your own and how to talk to your customers. Now, aside from all of this, wonderfulness, and you'll hear throughout the podcast on August, the last week of August, I think on the 31st She is having a free three hour master class word magician copywriting workshop. You guys, it's free. She's going to take you through everything. So you can head over to podcast dot healthy, wealthy smart.com. Go to the show notes for today's episode and click on for her free three hour workshop. You can also go to word magic copywriting.com. And you'll sign up it's like a waitlist, you'll sign up for the waitlist and you guys three free hours with a copywriting expert. I know I am no copywriting expert. So if you want to have better copy for your website, your sales page, your funnels, your social media, check out her free class, that is going to be the last week of August either the 30th or the 31st. Otherwise, enjoy today's episode. Hey, Crystal, welcome to the podcast. I'm excited to have you on today to talk all about copy. So thank you so much for coming on. My pleasure. Thank you for having me. Yeah, I'm excited. This is definitely an area where it is a weakness of mine. And dare I say weakness of a lot of people certainly in my profession of physical therapy, and I'm sure you hear that all the time. Not like that's anything new. But before we go on, I want you to define what copy is. 03:30 Oh, good question. So copy is literally the words that you use to market your business. So it can be your website, your emails, your social media, and ebook you use a book you write. It could be literally like an ad that you run on social media might be copy. So copy is all of those things. We think about the words that come out of our mouth when we're talking to our clients. But when we put it down on paper, it becomes coffee because it's something that somebody can refer to us. Perfect. And how important is that for business? Let's let's get into this. Essential, right. Super important, super important. And here's another question that might seem like a dumb question. But how can copy be used to make a connection with your audience maybe make that sale? What is the purpose? So when we write copy, the best copy that we write is naturally about us. It's for the humans that we're writing for. So I teach a lot of times about the idea of it being a love letter. So if you think about the average client that emails you and maybe they email you and say, Hey, I've got this problem and my back's sore and this and that and I need I'm struggling with this and how do I do it? You might immediately hit reply and you say yeah, but when appointment in my calendar, very good, right? Like that could be an option. What if we instead decided to treat it like coffee? 05:00 and use the love letter principle Love Letter language and say, Hey, I'm really sorry that your back hurts, that's awful. I know how challenging that can be. And we definitely want to take care of you, here's a link to my website, I would recommend we get you in within the next six to seven days, because that's probably when the pain is going to feel worse. And when we have the most opportunity to fix it. By simply adding words to the copy, you're still getting across the exact same message. But there's a level of I've got you that we feel in a love letter, if you think to honor the love letter you've ever received, what's the underlying tone, it's your magic, you're amazing, I love you, and I got you. And so if you can impart that into the language that you're reading, whether it's a website and email, your social media copy a book, your audience literally feels that vibration, and it starts to pull them in, because suddenly they not feel what they feel seen. They feel taken care of supported, they feel comfortable with you, they're willing to say, Hey, I may not know this human yet, but they're inviting me into their space, they're welcoming me. And that feels good. And so they will actually move toward you instead of against you. So that's one of the ways that I would highly recommend you use it. Yeah. And in the physical therapy, I'm a physical therapist. So in physical therapy, and in healthcare, I would say, a lot of people, when they're coming to see us, they're in a point where they're feeling vulnerable, where they may be in pain, they may not be at their best. And so I like how you describe it as a love letter, because we're trying to tell them like it's okay for you to be open with us. Do you have any other examples of how we might be able to convey that to someone who's feeling maybe at their worst? Yes, so absolutely. So what we need to do first and foremost, and this is where the psychology kind of takes over. So my work is a lot of science needs spiritual to kind of combine it all together and create what I call word magic. And this is the science piece of it. So each of your clients already comes in, they have a belief that they currently believe, right, they're living in a system, they have an understanding of the world around them, they have a perspective of their values of the beliefs that they believe in. So on a very basic level, because we've got a short window of time, I'm gonna give you the there's like eight levels. So I'm gonna give you the overview. So number one, we're basically survivors, these are babies. Oftentimes, if we're in a really traumatic situation, if you're a refugee, for example, if you're homeless, you might become this person, your whole goal is to get your basic needs met and actually survive, right? Your belief is just I need to survive period. In Level two, I call this cult cohesion, who ever desire to fit in, we're learning all about rules and how we fit into society, how we fit in with our families, how we fit in with our communities. These are the reasons we call it a cult cohesion is because often, if you've ever joined a call, not all of us have. But if you've been part of a cult, there's a very strong belief system around the rules of that cult and fitting into that cult people often don't leave because they're going to be excommunicated, right. And so that's kind of the second level, it's not real bonded Level. Level three, we go up and these are black sheets. Think teenagers, right? When we're teenagers think of that angst, right? But we're recognizing that we have special gifts, and we're different than those around us. For the black sheep of our family, you'll often hear that we're searching for our gifts and our talents and level three, so teenagers most often, but you'll also see it in a lot of musicians, artists, people that really don't fit the norm. Lady Gaga is a perfect example of a value level three or belief three, believe four, we move into family rules. So we return from I'm so special, I'm unique. I'm a I'm a black sheep and we move we come back to family. You'll often find mom's fit here really well. If you work with a lot of moms, you'll hear about family is the most important thing. And they're very selfless. They're very giving their marbles, right. They believe in process systems and steps if you're a strong family person, if you work in government, military, religion, schools, they all fit into this rule kind of category. Then we move into five, if you're an entrepreneur, like many of the PTS on here, maybe you are an achievement architect is what I call you. You're entrepreneurial, you're driven for money and achievement. You know, we associate words like hustle faster, stronger, easier, better. We're seeking a goal we're very goal oriented in this level. Grant Cardone, Gary Vee are examples that I can think of that are very achievement oriented. Then we go into level six, level six, we go from being very self motivated and as achievements to 10:00 Being very world motivated, we often have achieved a lot in our lives and fives were high achievers, who suddenly recognize that there has to be something else to this. We can't just achieve for the sake of achieving and doing it for ourselves, there has to be more to this. So we often come into spirit at this point. I kind of joke sometimes that this is often the people you'll find in Mexico doing Ayahuasca retreats, or going to Peru, and, you know, trying to find themselves trying to find God or their version of God. They often turn away from financial achievement at this point. So we achieved so much that we're like, I don't have to keep working for money anymore. And now we turn to like, what is spiritual like sound for us? John Lennon, Nelson Mandela are great examples of this. They're people who achieved a lot in their lives. And ultimately, we're like, it's not about the money. It's about how can I give back in my community? How can I impact then we go into sevens, sevens move again, from spiritual tools, it's about everybody. Sevens come back and go, well hold up. I haven't the money that I gave it away, and I found God. But now, why can't I find God and make money? 11:07 Why is that not a possibility. So they really want to make money, certainly with money, they really want to make money. And they want to have impact. They believe that they can do both. Tony Robbins, Oprah Russell Brand great examples of these humans. They're the ones that really have like, we have it all, and we're going to give it away in the celebration, it's affordable. So they're really trying to do better things with their money. And their opportunities and visions, number eights, these are harder to define. So the eights are the cosmic connections, these are Ascended Masters, these are the people that know and understand that we are living in quantum existence on multiple timelines, sometimes all at the same time, and that every single thing we do is affected by somebody else. So I'm in my hands. And this affects somebody else down the road, I write on an email, and like millions of people can be affected by the email I write. That's where the Cosmic Connection is. So what's important here, when we talk about making connection, and how does coffee really convert is, there's two things you need to understand what is the belief bubble that your client currently sits in? What is the belief bubble that you as the owner setting. And then just for bonuses, your business also sits in a belief bubble, your business has a belief system that it abides by, if you know those three things, you can write incredible copy, because we write to the client, and not to ourselves, which means that typically, so if I'm a five, if I'm a high powered entrepreneur, and I'm working predominantly with moms, and dads who are burnt out, they're family focused, but they are given at all for their kids, and there's nothing left for themselves. I need to write to them, I need to speak their language. I need to know how they speak about the problem, that they're experiencing, how they're experiencing it. And I need to reverberate those words back to them in the copy my language and their language may be different. We know this, right? A client may have a presenting problem they walk into your office with, and they use words like, you know, my back's sore, or my back's tender, or I can't lift my kids. And you might know that it's partially about those muscles in those numbers. But there might also be an emotional attachment that you have to deal with, there might be a traumatic injury that you have to deal with, or long term problem that you're trying to support, you know that the presenting problem is not the real problem. It's just what they're noticing. 13:47 We need to speak to the thing they're noticing, not to the thing they actually need help with what when we do that work is when they're actually our client, they trust us, they know that we understand them by speaking their language. And then the real work can be done. It's not lying to your client. It's called meeting them where they're at. So the best coffee meets our clients where they're at so we can take them where they need to go. Yeah, that was great. I took a lot of notes there. And so what I'm hearing the bottom line is know yourself, your business, your the values of your business, so that you're coming from a solid foundation, and then really understand your potential clients and really get deep into who they are, what they need. Maybe what they're fearful of what they like, dislike so that you can write to them from a solid from your own solid base. Exactly. You're using their language, your solid base is where they want to go. 14:53 We typically work with clients that are a belief below us or are just like during the same 15:00 We bubble but they're just, they're just underneath us in our beliefs, we have a belief and then we have a neurology. So what often happens is, for example, I tend to sit as I work with a lot of fives I work with a lot of entrepreneurs are really kind of trying to kill it in their business. But if I look at the five, their neurology is already in sixth, they're already starting to think more spiritual and about there has to be more to this, I'm thinking about impact. So they've got higher level neurology. But the problem is, their client is sitting in a poor potentially wanting to become a five, I have to meet them in the floor in the language where they first meet me. So the language where your client first meet to, in case you haven't figured it out yet, typically, it's your website and your social media, that's where your client first meets you. So it's super, super important that we speak their language, not necessarily our language, when we first meet them, once we get to know them, once they're involved in our processes a little bit more, once they've been part of things, I might offer a book that's more in my believable mind language for them. Because I know that they're going to work with me for a little bit, and we're going to get them there. But to start with, I have to meet them where they're at, they're not going to understand me, coaches are the worst for this, I'll use a great coaching example. Coaches will say things like I do quantum timeline therapy, or I'm somebody who does quantum releases or breakthroughs. Your client has no idea what that I was just gonna say. I don't know what that means at all. Exactly. And every coach who who does those things goes well die know what that means. But your client who has never worked as a coach has no clue what we're talking about. The same thing happens in PT, right? You have things that you know what this specific thing is, but if you said those words to client, a client, we go, excuse me, what? What is that? So we need to go okay, hold on to this, this complicated process that we do? How do we reframe it in a way that our clients can understand it? How, what is it in their life, and if it's as simple as a massage that releases your back pain, and allows you to functionally lift your children again, then that's the way you explain it, instead of a, you know, repetitive injury release tension system, whatever the whatever the phrase would be a BT, clearly, I'm not a PT, but you want to break it down to what are they saying? And how is this gonna relate to them. And the best tool you can do is if we go back to that love letter, languaging, rather than trigger them by being like, you're this problem. And this problem and this problem, if we then speak into the power of what they can create, by doing the work with us, that's better. So if I can say, I'm going to create the ability for you to keep up with your kids, lift them longer, have more energy and stamina to like, go three rounds in the bedroom at night, if you want. Whatever it is, if I use the language of what the outcome of working with you is, versus just the trigger of why they showed up in the first place, they're going to be much more likely to stay on board. The world is triggering enough. We don't need to see it in our coffee, we do need to show them that we understand them we feel their pain. But what we need to express more often than not, is what is the outcome of working with me, if you work with me, I will do X, you will feel x times better, you will have the ability to do X, Y and Zed that you couldn't do before. That is much more compelling than simply saying stop hoarding. 18:43 Right, right. 100%. Yeah, or just try and relax. 18:50 Right? That's another one that we hear a lot. It's like, never in the history of the world. Has someone relaxed by someone just saying we'll help you relax? Yeah, it's like, it's so like, What are you talking about? Is the ultimate oxymoron, right? Like, tell somebody the rocks and they're immediately gonna be like, 19:09 yeah, yeah. 19:13 I catch myself doing it too. Like, my like, word for kind of my mouth. And I'm like, Oh, that's not going to help the situation at all great. Just put in our coffee, we have a chance to be really clear and to really understand the belief system or climate, the understanding are going through. So if you're telling a busy mom to just relax, she's probably not going to be too receptive. However, if you tell her that she's going to be able to appreciate the moments with her family more by doing this work. That's a much more enticing and appealing approach to her. Yeah, no, that's a great example. Thank you for that. What advice do you have for folks who are trying to get there, whether it's their website 20:00 their social media or wherever copy may land. What advice do you have for them? If they're like, I just have no idea what to do here, like I? I am like, because, again, you'll hear again and again, I'm not a writer, I don't know what to say. So what advice do you have for people in that situation? 20:23 I mean, of course, the selfish thing to say here is, right, aside from hiring, right, right. Right from that, though, that the thing that I would say is this. Start with the understanding of the belief bubble that somebody's in, start by really listening to our clients, how do they talk about their presenting problem and mimic it back to them, the easiest thing you can do is your clients will tell you exactly what to write, because they're already telling you in clinical sessions with you, every single time, what is my problem? literally read it verbatim. And keep yourself a list. Oh, how many times did I hear mom say I can't look my kids. That's probably a problem that they're really interested in getting sorted out. How many times did I hear people say, I struggle to bend over and lift boxes? Okay, maybe I need to focus on the ability like functional movement and the ability to lift things. Functional Movement is jargon speak for us. But for client, the ability to lift boxes with ease? Are you kidding me, that's a great tool to start listening to your clients. If you want to write better. The second thing that you're going to do is honestly start following and paying attention to your numbers. How many of our emails get opened, how many things get clicks, how many people visit your website? How many people leave your website? How many people show up? Or how many people get your email and you get snarky responses back? Right? If you're finding yourself in a situation where a lot of your emails are short and snarky, you probably have a problem with writing love letters, you might want to check that out. But if we look at the numbers, the numbers don't lie. The numbers tell us important to the problem among our clients will literally tell us how to fix it. For me, there's two places I would always start, I would start updating your website, making your website in the belief bubble and language of your client. And I would have a look at your emails and see if there's a way that even with two or three sentences, you can make them more loving, kind and allow your client to be seen. And if you do those simple, two things are usually simple. But I obviously no, it's not recorded. But if you seriously take those things, and implement some minor changes to things, watch, your clients start to shift their ability to work with you their ability to show up to start being more vulnerable with you speaking more openly with you and really deeply connecting with you. And from there, they'll tell you exactly what to write. And if all else fails, then you come to somebody like me, and we start talking about the strategy behind it. But the simple solution to start emails and website, start there. I love it. And I love 23:19 that you said when you're listening to your clients, just jot stuff down, like make a list of things you're hearing over and over again, and then just put that on your website, or put that into an email. Yeah, I mean, it seems like a no brainer. But like, Why? Why did I not think of this? 23:41 And most of us don't, right? Like it goes in one way or the other. You might be doing an intake with a client and hearing them and they're talking about struggling to pick up their kids and you're busy reading, you know, they've got a lumbar problem or a back pain issue. You're putting it into your language, if you simply wrote down exactly what they said a few times over and you don't even have to do this for long like I'm talking like, take two or three days, like six or six or eight clients even and you'll start to hear repetitive patterns in your clients. You probably intuitively know then you've just turned them into PT speak. 24:18 So take them out of PT speak and put them back into client speak change site on your website. Make sure that your website itself is written like a love letter that it allows your client to feel seen and valued and heard. Give them the safe space it's not about you it's about them. So if your website has a lot of eyes in it, change it to WE ARE THEY ARE you it is not about you it is about them. So the number one tool after listening to your client is making a buy bomb. If your website currently is all about you and when you do, 24:50 flip the script, make it about them. 24:53 You are going to feel so much better when we work on your ability to 25:00 Let your kids know so much better than I help moms be able to lift their kids. Because that feels so impersonal. 25:09 Right? It was wanting to put that personality back into that love back into it. So if you do those couple of things, you're immediately going to start to see incremental conversion challenges where things are not challenging, but opportunities for you, where you're going to get more conversion. And then the next step is, of course, going in with a deeper strategy around how do we build all of your pieces together so that it's always about the client. It's always spoken from love. It's ethical, crappy, meaning that it's not triggering, it's really about pleasure for the person. So pleasure copy versus triggering copy is a great tool for people to be able to utilize. So pleasure copy is all about calling people in by giving them the real results and the inspiration that they're going to receive by doing the work with you. Because first and foremost, when we're purchasers, we want to know, what can you do for me? Not what's the like physical aspect, not the, like manipulation of my body, not the tools around mindset, we don't care about that stuff. It's not the how we're gonna get there. And so what am I gonna get? How am I going to do that? So that's what somebody actually wants. So I would say if you can go into pleasure, copy and writing pleasure, so don't trigger them, instead, inspire them, talk to them in Love Letter language, and speak in their belief system, not your own keys to converting and actually catalyzing conversation, which is truly the key to converting a man I mean, such great tips. I like I said before, I've been taking so many notes and thinking about Oh, does my website do this is it so now I'm gonna have to go do an an edit of my website. So thanks a lot for adding a little more work on to the plate. No, I'm just joking. It's good work. It's good work. It's good work. This was great. What? What would you like the audience to take away from this conversation concerning copy and how we can connect and how we can convert? And ultimately, because if we have a business, I mean, we do want to make money, right? We're not all in the world motivated, where, where we've made a whole bunch of money, and now we can give it away. But we do want to make money. And we do want to make an impact. So what what are the things that you want the audience to take away from? So I think the first thing is, know your beliefs. Know the beliefs of your client, know the beliefs of your business, right to your clients beliefs. First, knowing your beliefs is helpful, because it will, it will show you what the gap is between your beliefs and your clients beliefs. And that's important to understand because it's often about jargon or lingo, keep that out of your copy, speak to the pleasure, talk about the results you're going to create for their client and inspire them to live a life better than they currently have, by doing this work with you speak into that more than you speak into their pain, right? We're the life like literally triggering enough right now. Stop focusing on pain, instead, start focusing on the pleasure that they're gonna get working with you. And I finally move into love letter language. So love letter language is just taking a couple extra and this is rare for a copywriter to say, but add a couple sentences, show them that they're seen, show them that you hear them, allow them to be vulnerable with you by asking great questions that encourage that vulnerability from them. And you really utilize that and if all else fails after that, Kelly copywriter, that's what we're here for. But you can do this, it is completely possible to do your copy in a way that is fully aligned and a way that is loving to your client and immediately get to conversion. We only opt out by working with copywriters, but start doing it on your own. Everybody should do it on their own first and call us second. And speaking of hiring a copywriter where can people find you if they have questions or they want to hire you as their copywriter? Yes, sir. Absolutely. word magic. copywriting.com is my website. That's the best way to get a hold of me send me a smoke signal or a text message or whatever from Yeah, otherwise find me on Instagram at word magic, copywriting. Pretty simple. I'm always around. I've always got a free class coming up too. So there's usually a waitlist on my website to get into my next free class where I teach. And I talk about specifically how would you combine these things? And how do you how do you put it all together. So if you're interested in learning, you can always take one of my free classes. And then if you just want to hire me we can go that route as well. But I love it when people simply connect. And at the very least, I promise you if you sign up for my email newsletter, I send tips and tricks all the time. So if you 30:00 Want to do it on your own in small bits and pieces? That's a great way to perfect and we'll have links to everything crystal just said at podcast at healthy, wealthy smart.com under this episode, so one link, little quick click, and we'll take you to everything. So take her free class, follow her on Instagram and get the newsletter. Okay, Crystal last question. And so when I asked everyone, and that is knowing where you are now in your life and in your career, what advice would you give to your younger self? 30:37 Ooh, juicy questions, I would tell my younger self to follow your zone of genius first. And what I mean by that is I actually spent two decades as a live event professional. I was always a writer, I was a writer from the top, I could write, I won awards for it, I always wanted to write. And then I followed the money. And I wanted to advance and I kind of let my copywriting and my writing kind of slide a little bit. I mean, I was reading New York Times, bestsellers, and 16. Like it was brilliant. And I let it slide because the money was better in advance. And I slipped in and eventually became a zone of excellence. And I did it for two decades. But there was always a little piece of me that felt unfulfilled because I wasn't just a writer. And that's what I wanted. 31:29 And when I left the bounce, and just started writing, everything got easy. It was like I hit the easy button on my zone of genius and cerebral doing work, I was super passionate about stuff I loved. I got to you know, work in strategy and marketing, because copy is a lot about strategy and humans. So a lot of the work I did in advance actually magically comes into play and copy. But working in my zone of genius. I think from the get go, I would have changed everything for me, I would have felt so much more fulfilled, so much younger, and so much more let up by this work. 32:05 So yeah, I would have told my younger self to follow your love of writing. Follow your zone of genius first. What great advice crystal, thank you so much for coming on to the podcast and sharing all these tips and tricks to help us write better copy, whether that's on our website or our newsletters or our social media. So thank you so much. You're so welcome. Thank you and everyone. Thanks so much for listening. Have a great couple of days and stay healthy, wealthy and smart. 32:38 Thanks for listening. And don't forget to leave us your questions and comments at podcast dot healthy, wealthy smart.com
My soul sister Chelsea Adair and I are back together to discuss what it's been like exploring the conscious dating world. We've both been on a journey of deep intimacy and surrender embodiment, and we're celebrating the openness that we're able to share around that process. Chelsea and I describe what it looks like to make decisions regarding your sexuality that come from a place of choice, truth, and connection to yourself. It takes a lot of courage and trust to break through the societal shame associated with clear communication and physical intimacy, but we talk about the rewards that we've experienced from setting intentions and boundaries with our lovers. We get into what we've noticed in our sex lives now that we're feeling more embodied in our own sensuality and pleasure. For Chelsea, part of that has been getting to a place of surrender and redefining her relationship with masculine energy. She shares how she's been incorporating self-pleasure practices and domination and submission into her understanding of surrender. Listen in to hear our conversation about being intentional with your sexual energy and getting clear on what's possible when it comes to divine union. Topics Covered: Ways to open the door to deep intimacy Giving yourself permission to have fun, exploratory sex The self-awareness that's needed to practice clear communication Confronting the fears that come up when you set boundaries with your lovers Listening to your inner child as you explore new realms of intimacy Chelsea's unique perspective on what it takes to be successful with surrendering Resources Mentioned: Episode 102. Healing Through Embodiment + Coming Home to the Body w/ Chelsea Adair The Awakened Woman's Guide to Everlasting Love by Londin Angel Winters and Justin Patrick Pierce Becoming the One: Heal Your Past, Transform Your Relationship Patterns, and Come Home to Yourself by Sheleana Aiyana Unbound: A Woman's Guide to Power by Kasia Urbaniak Guest Info: Learn more on Chelsea's website Follow Chelsea on Instagram Follow Me: Find me on Instagram Visit my website Join The Empowered Feminine Facebook Group Embody Your Feminine Bundle Empowered Feminine Morning Ritual
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