Reese's Top 5 CliftonStrengths are: INDIVIDUALIZATION, ADAPTABILITY, CONNECTEDNESS, COMMUNICATION & INPUT Reese is a senior in high school, a Tex-Mix who is 1/2 Tejano 1/2 Puerto Rican - Her love for baking is a mix between her (Grandma's) Momo's Creative Cakes and her Abuela's Puerto Rican desserts. She spends hours learning Fondant, Buttercream, and unique cake recipes and designs in her spare time. She started baking for Bible study's and birthday celebrations - making people from all over the globe feel like they had a family to celebrate with. People now order from her for her artistic designs and custom cakes. IG: @dulcecustomcakes CliftonStrengths Top 5 Assessment Workshops and Coaching with Barbara Culwell Subscribe & Leave a Review on Embrace Your Strengths
God needs us to grow and move forward. Without adaptability we fall back into old ways which is not good. Those who cannot change to the conditions God gives us is doomed. He wants us to become stronger in his image. A tall order but requires for us to get into heaven.
What is the #1 skill that an entrepreneur should have? Emily Sander transitioned from being a C-Suite Executive to becoming a Founder of Next Level Coaching. As an ICF-Certified Coach, she guides clients toward new perspectives that enable them to adapt and evolve as leaders. She is the author of the book, Hacking Executive Leadership. Emily's pick of the Leaders Are Readers Series:Essentialism:The Disciplined Pursuit Of Less By Greg Mckeown They Ask You Answer: A Revolutionary Approach To Inbound Sales, Content Marketing, And Today's Digital Consumer by Marcus Sheridan To learn more about Emily go to https://www.nextlevel.coach/P.S Please leave a review of this episode in your podcast listening app. Much appreciated
This week, Jacqui and Bryan discussed Resiliency including everything from shifting focus to power to perseverance, weighing the good, adaptability, and more. Today, the two specifically explore the question: what makes a great founder when it comes to startups? They discuss how former IBM Watson strategist and managing director at Silicon valley bank, Natalie Fratto, determines who has the potential to make something really big. "Never fall too far in love with our wins, but rather continue to proactively seek out what might kill you next." Good Risings is a mindset. Join Jacqueline MacInnes Wood & Bryan McMullin for a daily dose of Good Vibes & Mindfulness. Presented By: Cavalry Audio Producers: Jason Seagraves & Margot Carmichael Audio Editing: Revision Sound Music: Gramoscope Music Executive Producers: Jacqueline MacInnes Wood, Bryan McMullin, Dana Brunetti & Keegan Rosenberger Follow Good Risings on Apple Podcasts to receive new episodes daily! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
What are the perks and drawbacks of being a cultural chameleon? Hedvig spoke with Danai Krokou, serial migrant and multitalented business development consultant, polyglot and polymath, about the positive and negative aspects of moving country. Danai shares an important benefit for your professional horizons.For the full show notes including more guest information and links, visit podcast.abundate.org/15.
Ryan is joined by the founder and CEO of InEvent, Pedro Goes. Pedro became an entrepreneur when he was still in high school and by the time he had finished college he had created an event, marketing and sales platform which would go on to boast Forbes 2000 Global companies, including Amazon, Coca-Cola, Santander, Unilever and more! Pedro talks about the importance of resilience in business, why market fit is the key indicator of a company's success, how he utilises content marketing as well as growth in the tech space. He has some interesting thoughts and insights on how you can not only scale your business but how to do it sustainably too. KEY TAKEAWAYS InEvent has grown to $5 million ARR since 2019, they currently stand at a team of 130 people InEvent work with companies to employ an end-to-end event platform, from broadcasting to communication. Pedro believes in trying multiple go-to-market strategies and matching them to each channel. The decision for InEvent to go from bootstrapped to funding came from recognising where growth would come from next and listening to the features and developments customers wanted them to build. A lot of companies are unable to complete their journey for a multitude of reasons. What is essential to survive and what Pedro believes allowed InEvent to thrive is his and his team's resilience. Adaptability and the ability to diversify are why InEvent was able to deal with difficulties in their journey and changes in the market wants and needs. No problems or issues are big enough for you to fail if you have revenue. Sales are the most important aspect of your business and to do that you need to have a great market fit. Content marketing is something InEvent find works well for them. Generally, they use current trends and mould them to their own vision. BEST MOMENTS “Our software is very cohesive, we have over 200 features” “One thing I do really well is resilience, the ability to survive in difficult conditions” “It all comes down to market-fit, there are no problems if you have revenue” “Capture the trends and post with them” Do You Want The Closing Secrets That Helped Close Over $125 Million in New Business for Free?" Grab them HERE: https://www.whalesellingsystem.com/closingsecrets Ryan Staley Founder and CEO Whale Boss 312-848-7443 firstname.lastname@example.org www.ryanstaley.io EPISODE RESOURCES https://www.linkedin.com/in/pedrogoes ABOUT THE SHOW How do you grow like a VC-backed company without taking on investors? Do you want to create a lifestyle business, a performance business or an empire? How do you scale to an exit without losing your freedom?Join the host Ryan Staley every Monday and Wednesday for conversations with the brightest and best Founders, CEO and Entrepreneurs to crack the code on repeatable revenue growth, leadership, lifestyle freedom and mindset.This show has featured Startup and Billion Dollar Founders, Best Selling Authors, and the World's Top Sales and Marketing Experts like Terry Jones (Founder of Travelocity and Chairman of Kayak), Andrew Gazdecki (Founder of Micro Acquire), Harpal Sambhi (Founder of Magical with a previous exit to Linkedin) and many more. This is where Scaling and Sales are made simple in 25 minutes or less.Saas, Saas growth, Scale, Business Growth, B2b Saas, Saas Sales, Enterprise Saas, Business growth strategy, founder, ceo: https://www.whalesellingsystem.com/closingsecretsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Matt Berenc is a Strength Coach, Personal Trainer, & VP of Education at Forme. Tune in to this episode to hear all about the following: Matt's career path as a fitness professional and educator How personal trainers can utilize (and partner with) Forme to help their clients The ins and outs of working within more of a tech-focused start-up in the fitness space How to find longevity in the fitness, movement, and health professions Helpful tips for self-employed personal trainers related to budgeting The importance of aligning your values with your money Advice on how to become more disciplined with all aspects of one's life Why it is so important to find learning opportunities in every situation and how to best maintain a beginner's mindset ...and so much more Episode links & resources: Matt Berenc || Personal Website | Instagram Forme | Forme Studio | Forme Lift Equinox Santa Monica Equinox Century City Equinox Tier X Geralyn Coopersmith Trent Ward (Founder & CEO of Forme) Xero HFS Shoe How We Learn To Move (Book by Rob Gray) The Terminal List (series on Amazon) “All for the want of a horseshoe nail…” Build (Book by Tony Fadell) George Kinder's Three Questions For Life Planning 11 Personal Finance Tips For Movement, Health, & Healing Pros Human Potential Personal Finance
Get ready for a new episode of Elevate Your Equity podcast. Join us today as Damon Amato shares a snippet of how he enjoys building out communities and giving clients a life-changing experience. He also highlighted on the show:• His favorite fields in real estate now: syndications, development, sales, portfolio management.• Keeping oneself fit through Athletic Training to keep sharp in real estate investing.• His superpower of shape-shiftingMore about Damon. Damon has 11 years' experience as a real estate developer and investor. He understands what is needed to succeed in the real estate market and is able to quickly and efficiently assess any proposal, as well as liaises with clients in order to provide an enjoyable experience building houses. With a vast knowledge of various intricacies of what can make a house a home, Damon enjoys giving clients a life-changing experience. Damon operates multiple Real Estate Investment firms, focusing on development, syndications, and portfolio management. He enjoys building out communities and seeking to expand into international destinations, while also living a separate life as an Athletic Trainer at the largest high school in Massachusetts, and writing a textbook about Nutrition.Thanks a bunch Damon Amato for coming on the show!Unlock 3+1 degrees of freedom (time, location, financial + health) with our 5 Point Blueprint! https://elevateequity.org/podcastgiftIf you really enjoyed this content and are looking for more, you can continue to learn more about us in several different places for free!on our website for blogs & other podcast interviews! elevateequity.orgour YouTube channel! youtube.com/channel/derekcliffordour book/audiobook! amazon.com/dp/ebookIf you'd like to have a FREE copy of our 7 Ways Commercial Real Estate Syndications Protect and Build Wealth, simply click the link below. We are here and vested in your long-term success! elevateequity.org/7waysEbook
Bronze President shows both enduring interests and adaptability. Iranian threat actor activity is reported. Cybersecurity and small-to-medium businesses. An initial access broker repurposes Conti's old playbook for use against Ukraine. Johannes Ullrich from SANS on Scanning for VoIP Servers. Our guest is Ian Smith from Chronosphere on observability. And Kyivstar as a case study in telco resiliency. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/11/173 Selected reading. BRONZE PRESIDENT Targets Government Officials (Secureworks) APT42: Crooked Charms, Cons, and Compromises (Mandiant) Profiling DEV-0270: PHOSPHORUS' ransomware operations (Microsoft) Albania cuts diplomatic ties with Iran over July cyberattack (The Washington Post) Initial access broker repurposing techniques in targeted attacks against Ukraine (Google) Unprecedented Shift: The Trickbot Group is Systematically Attacking Ukraine (IBM SecurityIntelligence) Ransomware gang's Cobalt Strike servers DDoSed with anti-Russia messages (BleepingComputer) Ukraine's largest telecom stands against Russian cyberattacks (POLITICO)
While AI has a plethora of opportunities in the healthcare industry, it is no miracle cure. When implemented correctly, AI and Automation can find invaluable insights that make measurable impacts on real lives. Today's guest is Neal Sample, a former CIO at both Northwestern Mutual and Express Scripts. Neal joins Randy Ksar this week to discuss how AI can uncover patient roadblocks to receiving the proper healthcare outcomes, dive into Neal's experiences at express scripts, and explore the idea of leading with H.E.A.R.T.Takeaways:AI's role in healthcare is often inaccurately perceived as a panacea. In reality, implementing it is a challenge requiring the right people, the right tools, and the correct hypothesis. A good leader leads with H.E.A.R.T. (Humility, Empathy, Adaptability, Resilience, and Transparency). Leading with those five things enhances your ability to lead, strengthens team output, and decreases burnout. Having the best solutions in the world doesn't mean anything if co-workers avoid working with you. Collaboration is just as important of a skill as problem-solving. When it comes to experimenting and trying new solutions in the healthcare industry, it's important to realize that you are affecting real human beings, not just data on a graph. While individuals have been quick to adopt AI and automation insights in their personal healthcare, the physician side of the equation has remained slow to adapt to new technologiesOvercoming individual comfort levels is a big hurdle for implementing AI and automation into the healthcare industry. Some individuals will be quite comfortable, while others refuse to speak to an automated operator. Fitness trackers offer a unique opportunity to utilize AI as the metrics tracked by these devices are noninvasive and provide valuable insights into someone's health. Quote of the Show:“Learning the difference between being right and being effective, and bringing together some of those empathetic leadership aspects has really sort of changed the game for me.” - Neal Sample Links:Twitter: https://twitter.com/nsample?lang=en LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nealsample/ Ways to Tune In:Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/conversations-that-matter-podcast-for-contact-center/id1525650658 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6Xx9G8w6bntQayIpbkgxc5?si=cNeVuJicSHagsftlpL8-tg Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9jb252ZXJzYXRpb25zdGhhdG1hdHRlcnBvZGNhc3QubGlic3luLmNvbS9yc3M
Adaptability is your superpower Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chasing__greatness__/Check out our website and merchandise: https://www.chasegreatness.netSign up for our weekly newsletter: https://www.chasegreatness.net/about-2 Keep Chasing Greatness
Keith Ferrazzi is ready to throw out the rule book on traditional collaboration and culture and redefine organizational transformation. In the latest episode of Light, Data, Action! Terry sat down with Keith, Harvard MBA grad and #1 NYT bestselling author, to discuss a variety of topics surrounding the future of work. As an expert on the innovation in the workplace, Keith examines the adaptability of unicorns vs. well-established/enterprise level companies (spoiler: it's common to find traditionalists and innovators in both!), why and how so many companies failed to learn anything from pandemic-era work and what successful leadership should look like today.
We sit down with the man behind the programming of the 2022 CrossFit Games. Its been a few weeks what are his thoughts after some time has passed. What were the Home Runs and what were the things he would tweak if he could do it again. How important was the Bike to his decompression? When with the rulebook be out and when will we know the location of the 2024 CrossFit Games, Boz talks ideas he kept in a basket for the future and states he has so many ideas there is no need to worry about the next few years.
Reid Hoffman (@reidhoffman) is a co-founder of LinkedIn, investor at Greylock Partners, host of the podcast Masters of Scale, and co-author of the fully revised and updated bestseller The Start-Up of You: Adapt to the Future, Invest in Yourself, and Transform Your Career. What We Discuss with Reid Hoffman: Why you should think of your career as a startup — from the perspective of an entrepreneur rather than an employee. What it means to evoke a permanent beta mindset in which you treat every day like day one and commit your life to personal growth. Why it’s important to continually generate professional opportunities even if you're happy where you are. Why you should ignore hacky influencers who tell you to "begin with the end in mind" when it comes to your career (and what you're better off doing instead). The soft and hard assets you should be tracking to make yourself, as friend of the show Cal Newport has famously said, "so good they can't ignore you." And much more... Full show notes and resources can be found here: jordanharbinger.com/719 Sign up for Six-Minute Networking -- our free networking and relationship development mini course -- at jordanharbinger.com/course! If you missed our earlier two-part interview with Reid Hoffman, don’t panic! You can catch up by starting at episode 207: Reid Hoffman | Mastering Your Scale for the Unexpected Part One! Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally!
This week Andrew talks to Tom Hassell. Tom is the president at Life is Good, a lifestyle apparel brand on a mission to spread the power of optimism. The company has achieved extraordinary success and grown to become a $150 million brand—all while not losing sight of its greater mission. Andrew asks Tom all about Life is Good's creative process, how the company balances its corporate and community initiatives, and for advice on how to lead with speed and adaptability. You'll also hear what Tom and his team did when the company couldn't find enough staff to run its production center. You guessed it—they pulled the tarp.Show Highlights:(2:33) - The spirit of optimism(2:53) - Taking on diverse challenges(3:15) - Saying yes to new opportunities(4:05) - Life is Good growth story(6:10) - Avoiding toxic positivity(7:15) - Becoming more optimistic(8:05) - Process improvement(9:50) - Creative process(12:22) - Role of speed and adaptability(16:46) - Overcoming staffing shortage(20:01) - Impact of playing different roles(23:36) - Fuel stories(24:19) - Core valuesCONNECT WITH ANDREW ON SOCIALTwitter: @andrewhmosesInstagram: @AndrewMoses123NEWSLETTERSign up for e-mails to keep up with the podcast at everybodypullsthetarp.com/newsletter!
Today's episode is with Erik Korem, a high-performance thought leader and founder of AIM7. AIM7 seeks to solve the data and action gap that exists in wearable technology today. Before founding AIM7, Erik spent over 15 years as a sports scientist and a high-performance director in collegiate and professional football. In this episode, Erik shares what the best high-performers in the world have in common: an ability to adapt fast.In this episode, you'll hear:All about psychological adaptability and why it's importantHow to adapt to stress so that it's not costing you the most important things in lifeThe five things that create conditions to become more adaptable (it's the same list that leaders tend to neglect)Psychological adaptability vs. mental toughnessAnd more!Ways to connect with Erik: LinkedInTwitter: @ErikKoremErik WebsiteAim 7 WebsiteIf you're a leader looking to grow your leadership capability by exercising your self-awareness skills regularly, visit www.pursuewhole.com/coaching to explore our unique coaching program and schedule a free discovery call.
Today we are finishing up our 3-part Back to School with Scoliosis Series with a focus on: Adaptability when things don't go as planned. The post 38: Back to School with Scoliosis – Adaptability appeared first on Behind The Brace Podcast with Dr. Mandy Dietz.
Adaptability is the quality of being able to adjust to new conditions and the capacity to be modified for new use or purpose, as defined in the dictionary. As a business owner, you have to be ready to make some adjustments in your business in order to grow, if necessary. Also, it is an essential skill to plan for your business ahead of time. In today's episode, Annette will share a story about how adaptability is important in your business to survive and grow. She will set the ice cream van as a perfect example of what adaptability really is. Highlights of this episode: The importance of adaptability in business How to be adaptable as a business owner Resources: If you're struggling to understand the accounting for your business, reach out to Annette at email@example.com. Connect to Annette Ferguson: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/UKAnnetteFerguson/ (https://www.facebook.com/UKAnnetteFerguson/) Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/annetteandco_/ (https://www.instagram.com/annetteandco_/) YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkohh_X-4R5mKfEW9rBQ1qA (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkohh_X-4R5mKfEW9rBQ1qA) Listen to the Podcast - Financial and Lifestyle Freedom for UK Business Owners - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/financial-and-lifestyle-freedom-for-uk-business-owners/id1473582522 (https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/financial-and-lifestyle-freedom-for-uk-business-owners/id1473582522)
How does Dan Bussani continue the Bussani mobility legacy and actually maintain a leg up in transportation for those with disabilities? I asked him that and so much more on the latest edition of One Leg Up With Alex Garrett! Website for Bussani Mobility: https://www.bussanimobility.com/team-bussani-mobility-team-in-new-york-ny
On this week's podcast, my Dad and I talk about the virtues of biblical masculinity, why it's important we learn to adapt to outside factors, and how a man produces more than he consumes. Please be sure to leave a 5-star rating and review so we can read it on next week's podcast. Thank you for your suppprt! P.S. Check out our new merchandise!
Would you rather buy from a supplier who makes a lot of effort to send customers your way AND make it easier to sell their products...or one that just takes your money? If your suppliers aren't helping you grow, it might be time to move on and find new ones. Adaptability and profitability go hand in hand as the landscape changes for retailers and ecommerce store owners. So having the most suitable suppliers to help you is more important than ever. In this week's episode, Masha and I discuss not only her journey with her luxury lingerie brand Titov, but how she's actively working with her retailers when it comes to marketing. Masha Titova is a Designer, Founder, and Consultant in the luxury retail space. After working for companies such as Marc Jacobs and Kanye West's Yeezy Brand, she set off to create a luxury lingerie brand called TITOV. Her vision focuses on lingerie that is comfortable, but still sexy. Pulling from inspiration from her own life living in major cities, she's able to cater to a unique customer with one-of-a-kind designs. During her time receiving her MBA, she began helping companies launch as well as joining the board of a non-profit, MPerfectly. In her spare time, she is a mentor at her alma mater and is a teaching assistant for Scott Gallaway's new company, Section4.
From Fear to Fire: Secrets to Overcome Fear, Embrace your Gifts and Achieve Success This is the place where real people share real challenges. Where you can find a common bond and uncommon wisdom through their stories. Use tips from … Read More The post Adaptability with Rich Alderton appeared first on HeatherHansenONeill.
I was really excited to welcome Queens College Committee for Disabled Students Chairwoman Jessica Dalonzo to discuss her journey through the Henry Viscardi School community from the age 5 of to graduating high school. We also talked about her undergrad years at Queens College and what lies ahead for the now-graduate student this fall! All the best on your masters, Jess and we are rooting you on! Watch our conversation HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-OXQlDlKb0&t=27s
When life gets difficult, how do you deal with it? You can't run away. You have to keep going. How you react, recover and continue is up to you! This was one of my main takeaways from talking with Nyota Gordon. I love her energy and absolutely want what she's having
What does it take to succeed in an increasingly technology-driven world? Adaptability. Curiosity. Resilience.In this episode, you'll learn how smart businesses navigate change and technological disruption by innovatingand evolving. Join host and Confluence Financial Partners CEO, Greg Weimer, as he interviews Darrin Grove,founder and CEO of Truefit, a Pittsburgh-based software development company. Darrin will share his storyand his experiences building a business along with practical advice for developing your network into athriving ecosystem to gain (and give) support, mentorship, and guidance. You'll also hear about actionablestrategies for networking and the importance of resilience — along with the exponential impact a wellplannedlegacy can have on the world. For anyone interested in personal growth, strengthening your network,or adapting to change, do not miss this episode.
Certainty in your business and finances is the goal of every coach. You have a mission to bring life change to others, impact the world, and make a positive difference. Of course, to do that you have to be able to last through ups and downs in the economy. As you build your business during unstable times, there are ways to increase your resiliency. In this episode, I'm excited to share some of them. I believe in order to recession proof your business, you first must recession proof yourself. How? By focusing on your message, choosing your influence group very wisely, and adapting to meet current needs. “Adaptability is the key to succeeding in any environment… We need to find the balance of having systems in place, having order, having a plan, following it… And also being able to easily adapt, and shift, and shimmy, and meet the needs of our clients and meet the needs of the world now.” – Molly Claire What You'll Learn How we interact with money It's about the message Engage with growth-minded people Choose your people wisely Exercise adaptability Contact Info and Recommended Resources The Masterful Coach Collective starts in September! ENROLLMENT CLOSES THIS WEEK. https://members.mollyclaire.com/collective Give Molly a birthday gift! It's easy. Simply leave a review about her podcast on your platform of choice. It helps get the podcast out to more people, lets Molly know how The Masterful Coach is helping you, and makes a wonderful birthday present. Connect with Molly Claire Register for Molly's webinar, 5 Secrets to Growing your Multiple 6 Figure Coaching Business: mollyclaire.com/5-secrets-to-growing-your-multiple-6-figure-coaching-business. Advanced Certification in Motherhood and Family Life Coaching (Advanced Parenting Coach Training): Join the Waitlist HERE! Work with Molly: mollyclaire.com/coaching firstname.lastname@example.org Get Molly's bestselling book, The Happy Mom Mindset: mollyclaire.com/book Facebook Instagram
"Based on our research and interviews, we have identified nine core characteristics that mark an individual as having high potential: Drive—the unrelenting need for achievement and constant self-improvement Resiliency—the ability to persevere in the face of challenge and bounce back from setbacks Adaptability—the ability to adjust according to the situation, learn new things, innovate, and try new methods Humility—self-confidence in one's ability while understanding that there's always room for improvement and that others' experiences and knowledge are valuable Integrity—an adherence to not only what is legal but also what is right Effective intelligence—the ability to apply one's knowledge to real-world scenarios Team-ability—the ability to function as part of a team, placing the success of the whole above the needs of the self Curiosity—a desire to explore the unknown and question the status quo in pursuit of better, more effective solutions Emotional strength—a positive attitude, high empathy, and control over one's emotions, especially in chaotic and stressful situations." - Mike Serraille
Jeffrey Hayzlett is a speaker, TV and radio host, and former Fortune 100 CMO. He grew up listening to some of the greatest speakers in the world and officially become a speaker in his early 20s. He found success early on, becoming a member of the National Speakers Association only a few years later. His many accomplishments include co-founding the C-Suite Network, being a 5 time Hall of Fame speaker, and buying and selling over 250 companies. He believes that hard work, dedication, and blood, sweat, and tears are what ultimately lead to success. Key TakeawaysHaving a grasp on effective branding is really important. Jeffrey was able to help people with their brands but also utilized his personal brand to promote his own endeavors like the C-Suite Network.Even seasoned speakers still get nervous before getting on stage, but it's how quickly they adapt that determines if they're able to rise to the challenge.It is important to study the speakers that came before you. They can serve as great sources of inspiration for you.Hear about Jeffrey's most memorable speaking moments. Memorable Quotes"You have to look in that mirror and say, 'Hey, I'm worthy. I can do it. I can make it happen. This is what I have to offer,' and go offer it." - Jeffrey Hayzlett"If you want to be a maestro, you got to learn to play a lot of bad notes." - Jeffrey Hayzlett"By definition, fear is almost the same thing as faith. It's just where you choose to land on the spectrum. Is it anxiety? Is it belief?" - Charles Clark"I began to recognize that anxiety and excitement—they both feels the same, it's just how you choose to look at it." - Charles Clark"I believe that by association we rise or we fall, we sink or swim." - Charles ClarkEpisode Resources & LinksJeffrey Hayzlett Website: https://hayzlett.com/c-suite-network/Instagram: jeffreyhayzlett | Twitter: JeffreyHayzlettCharles ClarkWebsite: https://thecharlesclark.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlesclarkusa/Instagram + Facebook: @thecharlesclarkTo get access to all our episodes, visit our podcast page!Enroll in our Journey to Paid Speaking Gigs program to find your voice and learn how to create your own speaking business
This week we continue our Metaphors Matter series; in this episode the panel discusses the ideas of adaptability and survivability. Is there a difference? Which one should organizations prioritize? And being as we're talking more about biology than mechanics...where does the idea of evolution come into play? Enjoy! If you enjoyed this episode, please give us a review, a rating, or leave comments on iTunes, Stitcher or your podcasting platform of choice. It really helps others find us. Much thanks to the artist Krebs from Machine Man Records who provided us our outro music free-of-charge! If you like what you heard, check out these links to find more music you might enjoy! If you'd like to join the discussion and share your stories, please jump into the fray at our Discord Server! We at the Agile Uprising are committed to being totally free. However, if you'd like to contribute and help us defray hosting and production costs we do have a Patreon. Who knows, you might even get some surprises in the mail!
Keith Ferrazzi is a bestselling author, speaker, entrepreneur, investor, philanthropist, and an enthusiastic team transformation coach committed to helping teams harness Radical Adaptability and Co-Elevation® to positively transform organizations in an unpredictable work world. Keith's mission for the past 20 years has been to serve extraordinary teams as they achieve great missions while building deep friendships along the way. In this episode of the Third Wave podcast, Keith talks with Paul F. Austin about the intersection of plant medicine, business, and effective leadership. Highlights include: Keith's experience with plant medicines. Building meaningful community. The two different awakenings with psychedelics. Leading Without Authority and Keith's newest book. Defining “co-elevation”. Creating “radical adaptability”. Psychedelics for Fortune 50 companies and executive teams. How plant medicines help develop soft skills for leadership. For a full summary and show links, go here. Episode links: Keith Ferrazz Tony Robbins Deepak Chopra Insight seminars Werner Erhard Davos Conference DLD Conference Sanjay Gupta These show links may contain affiliate links. Third Wave receives a small percentage of the product price if you purchase through the above affiliate links. This episode is brought to you by Apollo Neuro. Sign up for our extensive microdosing course: https://thethirdwave.co/microdosing-course/ Want to grow your own medicine? Check out Third Wave's Mushroom Grow Kit: https://thethirdwave.co/mushroom-grow-kit/ Connect with Paul F. Austin: Visit The Third Wave PODCAST: https://thethirdwave.co/podcast/ Visit Paul's personal website: https://www.paulaustin.co/ Follow Paul F. Austin on INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/paulaustin3w Follow Paul F. Austin on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/paulaustin3w
Keith joins Michelle and Maria in welcoming Heather Hansen to the show today to discuss authentic adaptability. Heather helps top global professionals show up, speak up and inspire action and change the world and is the author of the book Unmuted: How to Show Up, Speak Up, and Inspire Action. Today, Heather shares nuggets on how to foster effective communication between leaders and their teams. Heather starts by sharing the purpose of her book, explaining that the book was written to understand and promote good communication, which is built on more listening, rather than speaking. She also reveals that there are dangerous effects of language bias as it is often a result of deeper discrimination and explains the meaning of authentic adaptability and how we can remain true to our values even if we seem different every day. Heather concludes by sharing insightful tips to help leaders and teams develop good communication and action. The Finer Details of This Episode: Heather discusses her book, Unmuted The importance of listening rather than speaking What are the effects of language bias and linguistic discrimination? Exploring authentic adaptability How can leaders practice authentic adaptability? Making the change and growing Understanding your values Heather's tips on developing teams and leaders Quotes: “My primary goal with the book was to inspire those who have not been speaking up in the world to begin sharing their brilliance. We've been listening to the same demographic for a long time, and as I look around the world today, I think this can't be it.” “We're facing so many extreme crises all over the world in all different areas, from the environment to political conflict. I just refuse to believe this is the height of human potential - there has got to be more.” “Unmuted is trying to give a toolkit or a skill set to leaders and everyone in the organization, to know when to press mute and listen, when to speak up, how to do so in a way that's respectful of our differences, how to become more self-aware in our leadership practices and how we are appearing before others.” “The key is learning to listen so that people want to speak up. And that means as leaders, we have to give space for that. We have to build relationships, we have to create psychological safety in the organization so people feel comfortable coming to us with new ideas.” “It's about connection, not perfection.” “Linguistic discrimination is the last acceptable form of discrimination in our society, people don't recognize it or realize it exists. And they don't realize how deep it runs, how it is connected to discrimination according to socio-economic status.” “Authentic adaptability is the ability to show up and adapt to the surroundings, adapt and be flexible to others, other ideas, different ways of doing things, as long as we are remaining true to our values.” “We have had it drummed into our heads that if you're showing up different, you're not being yourself, but I am.” “Sometimes what you are told to believe and raised to believe and your entire culture and society believes is not something you necessarily have to embrace. And it's not something that necessarily has to define you or those around you.” Show Links: REL Talent: HR Consulting Email REL Talent REL Talent on LinkedIn HeatherHansen.com Heather's Linkedin Global Speech Academy
Welcome to an episode with a sought-after strategist and advisor, Kian Gohar. Get Kian's book here: https://amzn.to/3wdoonJ Many organizations have been caught flat-footed by disruptive changes – especially in the pandemic era – which has forced a lot of businesses to rethink their priorities to stay competitive in the post-pandemic world. Having the ability to identify trends that allow organizations to leverage potential threats and changes in the future will turn into great opportunities. But many organizations don't think this way and instead focus on what there is today and react to the changes later. In this episode, we discussed with Kian the key things that the pandemic taught us individually and as an organization. He spoke about the mindset and best practices of leaders and teams who were able to keep up, adapt, and remain competitive and advantageous during disruptions and continuous change. Kian also pointed out the key steps that leaders and organizations need to take and implement to build a competitive and thriving business. Kian Gohar is the CEO of innovation advisory firm Geolab and the former executive director of the XPRIZE Foundation and Singularity University. Kian has coached the C-suite of over 50 companies in the Fortune 500 and regularly keynotes, facilitates, and emcees major business conferences like the World Economic Forum, SXSW, the Tokyo Motor Show, and many others. His research on the Future of Work and innovation has been featured on CNBC, Axios, HBR, and other media. He inspires the world's leading organizations to harness innovation and moonshots to solve complex problems. He coaches entrepreneurs, executives, and leaders to make their impossible, possible. He is the co-author of Competing in the New World of Work with Keith Ferrazzi, published by Harvard Business Review in 2022, which is based on a global research project with 2,000+ global leaders to reveal the best leadership practices that helped the most successful teams thrive in the pandemic, and is a roadmap for any team at any organization to future-proof their way to success in the post-pandemic era. He is passionate about the intersection of innovation and impact, and his career spans venture capital, academia, and startups around the world. He is a member of the Transformational Leadership Council. Get Kian's book here: Competing in the New World of Work: How Radical Adaptability Separates the Best from the Rest. Kian Gohar & Keith Ferrazzi: https://amzn.to/3wdoonJ Enjoying this episode? Get access to sample advanced training episodes here: www.firmsconsulting.com/promo
On this episode of Fit Food Junkies Podcast, I interview Matt Choi, ultra endurance runner.Connect with Matt:InstagramTikTokYouTubePromix Code: Family321We Discuss:adaptabilityperseveranceescaping your comfort zonediscovering your best energy and selfrediscovering your selfgetting into something newrunning 100 milesstarting small to reach a goalmindsetunlocking your full potentialgrowing social mediadiscovering your "why"and so much more!
In this episode, I talk with Carissa Karban, a leadership coach and strategy execution consultant, who has spent the last decade researching leadership, practicing leadership, and helping leaders step away from scarcity & hustle into abundance & fulfillment.Check out the episode for our discussion around how we need to listen for what is NOT being said and why self-awareness is a critical skill for effective communication. I hope you enjoy!Additional Resources:► Follow Communispond on LinkedIn for more communication skills tips: https://www.linkedin.com/company/communispond► Connect with Scott D'Amico on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottdamico/► Connect with Alex Resnick on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carissakarban/► Subscribe to the podcast: https://communicast.simplecast.com/► Download the ProSpeak® app. Providing users with instant feedback on presentation and communication skills.- Apple: https://apple.co/3jTJbqe
Adaptability isn't just about surviving more punches, it is a key skill in being able to manage change effectively and thrive on both a personal and business level. CEO and founder of 3 companies Charles MacLaughlan discusses the Adaptability Quotient, and why it is both measurable and something we can see increase. One key concept within adaptability is being able to unlearn assumptions that have led to our default actions. Charles explains ways to measure both the internal and external environment in relation to adaptability, including factors such as mental health, and psychological safety within the workplace. He challenges the concept of resilience as sometimes being an excuse for business leaders expecting people to do more with less, and relates the "Big Resignation" to lost human connectivity in the workplace. This podcast will challenge current practices and inspire you to develop adaptability, both for yourself and for your teams. Watch the full episode on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPy-AEEIk2g Connect with Charles: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlesmclachlan/ Website: https://ceogrowth.biz/ceo-growth-academy/ Email: email@example.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/2ndhalfcareer Helping SME's build resilient, high performing teams and businesses, quickly, so they can innovate, deliver, and thrive. The SME's I work with typically struggle/suffer/ with one or more of these challenges: - no clear strategy - dysfunctional team dynamics - not knowing their vision or mission - feeling stuck and procrastinating - business not growing - leadership challenges If you want support in helping your organisation thrive, do get in contact with me: https://www.julianrobertsconsulting.com
The upcoming recession will wipe you out if you're not able to adapt to a volatile market. Your dreams of multi-generational wealth will be crushed if you can't pivot. But, if you're able to adapt to these changing circumstances, you stand to gain from the greatest money-making opportunity you will see in your lifetime. In this episode, you'll discover exactly how to maximize your wealth, position yourself with an “unfair advantage”, and tap into the next gold rush. Listen now. Show highlights include: Why listening to advice from billionaires and the government keeps you locked in poverty (9:42) How you can achieve financial freedom by binge watching the Discovery Channel (10:35) The Blockbuster “reality-check” which could spell the end of your financial dreams (11:28) How to find “Smithsonian opportunities” to create Scrooge Mcduck wealth (12:10) The “dinosaur principle” for maximizing your wealth (and protecting you against the upcoming recession) (14:13) How to reach your financial dreams by selling hand sanitizer instead of beer (15:50) How a “tweak” to your thinking could generate an 80% ROI (without working 80 hour weeks) (16:18) Why “liquidity” and a “financial circle” is a must for financial freedom (even if you don't have millions of dollars (17:32) The 160 year old “bank on yourself” strategy to create multi-generational wealth (20:04) Why listening to “financial guru's” is the best way to stay broke (21:10) Remember to download Grandma's Top Tips for an Independent Financial Future by dropping into https://grandmaswealthwisdom.com/free/. It's time for YOU to break through to a smart, stable, financial future. If you'd like to see how Grandma's timeless wealth strategies can work in your life, schedule your free 15-minute coffee chat with us by visiting www.grandmaswealthwisdom.com/call ... just like Grandma would want us to do. Schedule a call: http://grandmaswealthwisdom.com/call; Tim's Story: https://grandmaswealthwisdom.com/podcast/the-overlooked-2-7-million-with-tim-austin-part-1/, Judy's story: https://grandmaswealthwisdom.com/podcast/judy-li-do-what-you-like/
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Hello there, my friends, James 'Fantastik' Hepler here with you on the Monetize You Voice Podcast, I'm having a really interesting day. And so I thought I ought to share it with all you find fantastic people. Today. We're gonna talk about adaptability because buddy, am I ever being educated on adaptability? I got up about 20 after 3:00 AM, as in the morning and the middle of the. To travel to Charleston, to meet the love of my life. Now, somebody that's in their eighth decade that has been gifted with meaning a spectacular lady is just its divinity is the best way to. So anyhow, I'm Lehman from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania driving not driving, flying into Philly and then Philly into Charlesville, South Carolina. So we land in Philly and got this thing on the phone. It says your flight has been canceled. oh my, does that ever make one feel? So I stopped at the first information station and the gentleman says Nope. You gotta go all the way down there to do the uh, main customer service area. So I just TRO down the hall and Gentleman there going through all this computer stuff and back and forth. And he says the best I can do is I can send you to Boston and then I can send you to Washington DC, and then I can send you to Charleston and you'll get there about nine 30 tonight. I'm going like, whoa my goodness. I said, will you please please hit some more buttons on that keyboard? So all the time he's doing this I'm praying. That is just part of my belief system and I'm giving thanks for whatever I'm supposed to be learning from this. Great situ. In adaptability, we have a choice that we can either get all riled up or they say the hair on your neck can stand up and you can let your blood pressure get up and complain and all those other things. So instead of doing that, I was, I just was. And I shouldn't say just praying, I should say I praying. And so what I thought I would do here is I go to Webster and get the definition of adaptability. And that is the quality of being able to adjust to new conditions, the quality of being able to adjust to new conditions. So what is our adaptability? This, the lens that we look through, any situation in life, or as we like to firstname.lastname@example.org, we can either look at 'em as obstacles or opportunities to grow is all our choice. Everything in life is a choice. Now think about that for a moment. Everything. Absolutely everything in life is a choice. So if you so choose to change the lens through which you are viewing any situation and look at it as an opportunity to grow. Instead of an obstacle, I can guarantee you that you're going to learn a lot more and you're gonna have a much more enjoyable time with whatever you know, the current debacle is, I guess the best way to. Let me share with you some of the wonderful things that have happened to me during this time. Okay. So what we're gonna do here is just take a moment until this background noise has subsided. Okay. I think it has subsided so I can continue I'm in the Miami airport, right? And so what I wanted to share with you before that announcement came on was what has taken place since my first flight was canceled. Now, I just want to go back and remind you that I was supposed to be in Charlesville, South Carolina at 10 30. This morning. It is now 3 25 in the afternoon, and I am in Miami, Florida, anywho, back to adaptability. So as I was there with the agent and he was typing away, the other lady, agent female agent next. Was smiling and then had these gorgeous fingernails. And I say, yeah, those are some beautiful fingernails you have there. And she smiled and the type in a way. So next thing, she gets involved in this. And I could tell that, that she had more experience than the gentleman that was helping me. And so she started typing things into her computer and the next thing. Came up together and they said, Hey, we can take you to Miami. And then to Charleston. And instead of getting in at nine 30 or 10 o'clock you are gonna get in around 6 25. I said that is a massive improvement. So that's exactly what we did. And then I, they told me I had to get to another terminal. And so I went walking down through, and I guess I kinda looked like a guy that didn't know what he was doing. So this nice gentleman came over to me. He had a, a. A transport chair. And I said no, I, no, I don't need a, no, he says to me, oh, I'm not talking about putting you in the chair. It looks like you could use some help. I said, young man. That is exactly right. I could use some help in many aspects of life, but anyhow I saw him what was going on. Oh yeah. He says, just go down there and talk to that young lady. and she'll direct you. I said thank you so very much for your kindness. Yes. He says that's what we need more of in this world. It is not rocket science. And I said, young man. You're exactly correct. And just as a reminder, in case you're just. A first-time listener here in the monetize, your voice email@example.com. Our mission statement is every day and every way it's Inna of L PJK in a fun and easy. So I'll spell that out. For all you first-time listeners or third-time listeners or whatever, every day and every way it's RNA implementation and application of LPJ K love, peace, Joanne kindness in a fun and easy way. So it's very interesting. It is my belief that we also are constantly generating. And when we generate positivity, we also attract positivity. So I go to the young lady, the gentleman directed me too, and I said, ma'am. I have to get to the sea terminal. Can you get me on the right bus? Oh yeah. She says you go over the, to that line over there. And there was gentleman, he says, come over here and get in front of me. And so I get chatting with this young man and we jump on the bus and then we jump off the bus and we're having a great time. And I'm just sharing some of the thoughts that I share here and the monetize, your voice podcast, and that you can also firstname.lastname@example.org. And he was very interested. And so I gave him my card and he's smiling. And. Wow. I tell him that I'm located Northeast of Harrisburg, PA, and he says, man, I get up there on a regular basis, this, that, and the other thing, and come to find out that he is an association with a company. That is located in the greater Harrisburg area. Now, here is divinity. This is what I want you guys to get in regard to adaptability. Okay. So I said to him, you are associated with, and I think it was something like select medical. 10 days before this, my sweetheart is flying in and her seatmate is a young man that works for select medical. And she asked him if he happened to ever hear of a guy by the name of jolly Jim. Which is what, why Monica was for 50, some years when I was on the radio and his eyes lit up. Oh my gosh. He says, yeah, I know all about GE Jim. He came down and introduced himself, works for select medical. Now, ladies and gentlemen, that only can come under the heading of divinity. You see my adaptability whatever God had in mind, for whatever reason that my flight was canceled and all these other things, there was a reason. Number one. So then I got a meal voucher for $12. In today's world is funny, but it's still 12 bucks. So I got myself some oatmeal and fruit on top and a bottle of smart water. And went sat down and the lady alongside me. And so of course being the introvert that I am, I began chatting with her and find out she's a nanny. And as I shared with the previous gentleman and I shared here, I think about two episodes. That I really feel the cornerstone, at least in my life is defined by the statement. What is the depth of my desire to serve on whatever subject I'm at the current time? And I shared it with this young lady and her eyes got as big as snowballs and we were chatting and I repeated to her it to her again. And she said I need to put that on my phone. What is the depth of my desire to serve? So I think that's something that we all need to ask each other on a regular basis. And speaking of serving, if you go into mrfantastik.live, we'll send you five free tips to up level. Your communication skills. Just one of the many things we email@example.com and here on the monetize, your voice podcast. So adaptability. My story's not over. So I get to Mike's gate and it is packed with people going to Miami and it's a huge plane. So I tried to get 10,000 steps in every day and I knew I was behind the eight ball. I still am a little bit behind the eight ball on that, but anyhow, I'm walking around and walking around. And so this young gentleman, you smile at me, he says, I think that's about your 10. Trip in the circle here that you're making. And so I stopped and chatted with him and he's from Dallas, Texas, and he's in the consulting business and all this other kinda stuff. And so I shared with him, I shared my corn with him. And I also was able to share, that we got the talking about in America, we have this situation where people don't want to have a dialogue. And our founders of this country came here. The first number one reason was freedom of religion. And the second was freedom of speech. And I said I don't understand why we. Have shut down in having a dialogue. And he shared with me and he's, and he is his late forties. And he said freedom of religion is really da. I said yeah, but the point is not a dogma that my religion is better than somebody else's religion. It's a matter of just saying what is your belief. And sharing whatever my sweetheart has a different faith than what my faith is and I respect it and she respects my faith and we still love one another and freedom of speech. What, how can any of us grow if we're not willing to talk? With sensibility and not shouting, not trying to force my views upon you or you trying to force your views upon me. That's not a discussion. That's not an exchange of ideas. That's what freedom of speech is and the exchange of ideas back to adaptability. How adaptable are we? So anyhow I'm now only about where am I? I'm about exactly three hours from reaching my destination. it should have been at about seven hours. Again, I can choose to be irritated and irritable and all those other things or I can choose to say, Hey, it is what it is. I am going to choose to make the best of it. And so that's what I'm doing. I had this idea that was given to me on the flight down to Miami. Hey, you ought to do a podcast on adaptability. Let's make this a positive experience. So when you are given lemons, I hope you will choose to make lemonade and make lots of lemonade and then sell the lemonade. Because everybody will be better off for your choice to take the lemons and make lemonade or lemon, Mer pie or lemons, smoothies. Be adaptable. Be adaptable. Be courageous. Be a great, fantastic human being. Hey, thanks so much for joining me here on the monetize, your voice podcast. It means the world to me that you want to share some of your precious time with James. Fantastic. Hepler, we'll be back with more right around the corner. Be adaptable, little Pilgrim, be adaptable and. Please choose to make today the most fantastic day of your life.
Hello Wizards, this is Noemi and today is a solo episode and like my other solo episodes, I take this opportunity to share with you things and experiences that helped me not only in business but self development. This episode is the 3rd part of our mini-series productivity, focusing on the topic FOCUS. Do you believe that focus is the key to success? I always believe in the power of focus and in this episode I'm sharing the 2nd part qualities of focus which are: adaptability, simplicity, calmness and intentional. So join me as I share some tips on how to implement focus in your daily routine. In This Episode: [00:60] 3rd part and qualities of focus w/c is adaptability, simplicity, calmness & intentional. [02:05] Adaptability and how to use it to focus. [02:40] Focus by simplifying things [02:52] Calmness [03:15] Intentional [04:00] Tips on how to focus. [05:18] Adapt & Keep trying [06:15] Developing awareness. [06:50] Setting a timer. [07:25] Breaking down a task. [08:40] Choose the most important tasks. [12:17] Make regular habits. Links and References: Website: https://scalewave.io/ 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/
Heroes! Add my newsletter to your financial resources to get you to your first $100k net worth and then launch you to your next $1M. You can read previous issues on my website. For exclusive videos that aren't on the podcast, check out my YouTube channel.On This EpisodeMarlon Martinez grew up in Cuba and dealt with the communist government and inability to rise above your station. After his parents emigrated to the USA, he saw the work ethic of his parents and how they adapted to their new life in order to provide for their family.This gave him advantages that have been statistically proven by a recent study done showing that when comparing native US citizens in poverty against immigrants in the US, the amount of immigrants that become wealthy is almost double. So why is that?Marlon followed the old American Dream playbook, went to college, racked up lots of student loans getting a Masters degree and then bought a home just before the recession in 2008. Almost $500k in debt and battling thoughts of depression and suicide, he turned things around fought his way back. His systemic approach to making money and then managing it to become debt free in a few years is a masterclass in mindset and execution. Now a millionaire, he discusses how lessons from his past led him to success and true wealth.0:00 Intro3:02 Growing up in Cuba6:27 Immigrating to America and crying in a candy aisle11:35 Knowing what is "enough" and finding contentment13:30 Lessons learned from parents and the advantage of the immigrant mindset21:02 Adaptability and WSJ research on immigrants outearning poor US born citizens32:10 Finding his pupose34:50 Being $135,000 in debt after his Master's degree35:50 Buying a home in 200840:15 Changing careers and making a pivot in life43:07 $27 in his bank account and considering ending his life54:05 Using anger for good in order to change your life/MJ and Tom Brady59:55 Building a plan on getting out of $500,000 in debt1:07:10 Using mentorship to achieve success and results faster1:14:07 Achieving debt freedom and financial freedom1:20:40 Debt payoff then invest or invest before debt is gone?1:23:45 Saving money with refinancingWatch the interview on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCw93O2F4WXpAjpMuAfPeHzw?sub_confirmation=
In this episode, I invite Lauren Schieffer, CSP into the studio to talk about leading with significance. Great leadership is a catalyst for employee experince, which is a multiplier for amazing customer experiences. - Great customer journeys begin with communication - Leading with significance is about how many lives you can touch and influence positively - Great leaders elevate the results of others throughout the organization It's time for the great service comeback! Contacting Lauren: Text "significance" to 411321 to get her whitepaper https://laurenschieffer.com/ Tony Johnson is a Customer Experience Expert, Keynote Speaker, and Author with a wide background including decades in retail and restaurants. He regularly speaks and coaches organizations to IGNITE THEIR SERVICE using his common sense approach to Customer engagement. Tony has spoken to government agencies and Fortune 500 companies to unlock their amazing capacity for excellence. Tony Johnson Customer Service Expert | Author | Trainer | Speaker Check out my FREE Resources and Training Tools: Web: https://www.igniteyourservice.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/RecipeforserviceNet Twitter: https://twitter.com/ServiceRecipe Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/recipeforservice/ Tik Tok: https://vm.tiktok.com/owrTbL/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tonyjohnsoncx/ Music: http://www.bensound.com
David discusses adaptability in a transformational way. Having a mindset that acknowledges imperfections while seeing opportunities is key in transition. It is the great marriage between Realism and Optimism. Transition requires the need to produce on the move. And if you are going to produce on the move, you will need to be adaptable. Ask yourself: Can you provide more value outside of the scope of your responsibility? Find out how in this episode! For more information on Superbowl Champion and former New York Football Giants, David Tyree, and how to work with him and his team: visit: www.davidtyree85.com follow: @dtyree85
On today's episode of EPIC Entrepreneurs, Bill talks with Andrea DuVall, founder of Mother Earth Food, and Janelle Tatum, CEO of Mother Earth Food, both of whom are passionate advocates for local foods. Mother Earth Food has put over $2 million into the pockets of local farms and vendors. Andrea will talk about how they got started in the local food business, the founding of Mother Earth Food and how she and Janelle came together. You will learn how they expanded by 450% in six weeks during the COVID-19 pandemic. They will talk about how their shared values for the future of our planet shape the types of farms they support. Andrea and Janelle will give advice for business people. Join Bill, Andrea and Janelle for an insightful conversation about mentorship, resilience and adaptability. Enjoy! What You Will Learn In This Show: The value of having a mentor. About Mother Earth Food and her mission. Janelle's background in local food and her own local food business. The types of farms they support. And so much more... Resources: EPIC Entrepreneurs Free copy of Bill's Book The Coach Approach | Bill Gilliland (giftfrombill.com)Mother Earth Food- Local, Organic Farm Delivery Service (motherearthfood.com)