Regardless of one's introverted or extroverted tendencies, business owners should set up communities and engage with them! Today's guest is Marvin Joles from Blacktop Banter, who is also the creator of the Asphalt Maintenance Community. Marvin talks about building a successful business with a community-based mindset. In this episode, we talk about… The importance of community building and active participation in it Marvin's experience building communities in both rural and urban settings The importance of finding a micro-community within a larger community Adapting to changes in social media and consumer behavior and building a solid brand Creating a community on social media — the best platform and best method The role of community building in the growth of Marvin's business Different engagement methods for building a strong and loyal community The analogy of physical communities with different bars and restaurants to show the importance of engaging audiences in different ways The impact of negative Google reviews on new and small businesses Having self-control and non-reactivity, even in the face of trolls and negative comments Overview of Marvin's coaching group and how it helps people to achieve success The benefits of being in a coaching environment to one's progress toward their goals Mentioned Blacktop Banter Website Marvin Joles on LinkedIn Marvin Joles on Instagram Links to resources: The Pond Digger - https://theponddigger.com/ You can also check out The Pond Digger's products at: http://helixpondfiltration.com/ TWT Contractor Circle TWT Contractor Power Circle And follow his adventures in the pond world at: Instagram Facebook TikTok
Locked On Canes - Daily Podcast On Miami Hurricanes Football & Basketball
The Miami Hurricanes used to face their toughest competition on Monday through Friday on the Greentree practice fields. In the 80's, 90's and early 2000's, the games on Saturdays were the easy part. Former Miami Hurricane Brian Monroe, who was on the team from 2003 to 2007, joins host Alex Donno to talk about the past, present and future of Canes football. Brian has attended spring practice in 2023 and gives his opinion on the work being done under head coach Mario Cristobal. Brian weighs in on Miami's new coaches. He was on the team during Kevin Beard's final year as a player and describes Miami's receivers coach as a “coach on the field” back when KB played. Monroe has had a chance to sit down with new defensive coordinator Lance Guidry and new offensive coordinator Shannon Dawson. He believes both are capable of improving their units. He expects that they are willing to adapt to their talent rather than try to force square pegs into round holes. Brian shares his early impressions of the 2023 quarterback room of Tyler Van Dyke, Jacurri Brown and Emory Williams. He weighs in on the wide receiver room, expecting big things from players like Colbie Young and Xavier Restrepo next season. Brian, a former Hurricanes and NFL punter, gives his take on new Australian punter Dylan Joyce. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Don't miss the chance to get your No Sweat First Bet up to ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS in Bonus Bets when you go FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
DTC POD: A Podcast for eCommerce and DTC Brands
Episode brought to you by Trend & Finaloop.On this episode of DTC POD, Celia Lewis and Stephanie Kimmel discuss how they identified a market gap in the cannabis industry and built a brand around their innovative product that preserves and locks cannabis in a home decor piece. They reveal how they launched their product with a grassroots approach due to limited funds for marketing and discuss their successful product launch strategy. They touch on the challenges they faced due to federal regulations around cannabis and how they continue to adapt and grow.3:00 - Stephanie and Celia Background7:45 - The story behind Tulip's founding12:50 - Branding and identity for Tulip16:30 - Launch strategy and early traction23:15 - Unique color strategy for Tulip28:45 - Fulfillment and inventory management32:30 - Adapting to sudden increase in demand37:40 - Partnership with manufacturer43:00 - Navigating federal regulations around cannabis48:20 - Social media strategy for TikTok and Instagram54:00 - Two-way dialog with customers59:30 - Upcoming content series from TulipHere's some questions we answer on the show1. How did the founders of Tulip identify a market gap in the cannabis industry, and what inspired them to create a product that preserves cannabis and also doubles as home decor?2. What was the process behind developing the Tulip product, and what were some of the challenges faced along the way?3. How did the founders build the Tulip brand around the authentic nature of how they got started with the product for personal use?4. What were some of the early traction and product-market fit indicators that helped drive growth for Tulip in its early days?5. What was the launch strategy for Tulip, and how did the company leverage personal networks to drive initial sales?6. How has the company adapted to sudden increases in demand, such as those caused by viral social media videos?7. How does Tulip approach manufacturing and production, and what role do personal relationships play in these processes?8. What challenges has Tulip faced with marketing and social media due to federal regulations around cannabis, and how has the company adapted its content strategy?9. What are the content pillars and upcoming content series for Tulip, and how does the company value customer feedback and participation?10. How does Tulip's mission involve social change and awareness around the injustices that still exist today, and how does the company seek to destigmatize cannabis use?Shownotes powered by CastmagicEpisode brought to you by Finaloop, the real-time accounting service trusted by hundreds of DTC Brands. Try Finaloop free - no credit card required. Visit finaloop.com/dtcpod and get 14 days free and a 2-month P&L within 24 hours. Past guests & brands on DTC Pod include Gilt, PopSugar, Glossier, MadeIN, Prose, Bala, P.volve, Ritual, Bite, Oura, Levels, General Mills, Mid Day Squares, Prose, Arrae, Olipop, Ghia, Rosaluna, Form, Uncle Studios & many more.Additional episodes you might like:• #175 Ariel Vaisbort - How OLIPOP Runs Influencer, Community, & Affiliate Growth• #184 Jake Karls, Midday Squares - Turning Your Brand Into The Influencer With Content• #205 Kasey Stewart: Suckerz- - Powering Your Launch With 300 Million Organic Views• #219 JT Barnett: The TikTok Masterclass For Brands• #223 Lauren Kleinman: The PR & Affiliate Marketing Playbook• #243 Kian Golzari - Source & Develop Products Like The World's Best Brands-----Have any questions about the show or topics you'd like us to explore further?Shoot us a DM; we'd love to hear from you.Want the weekly TL;DR of tips delivered to your mailbox?Check out our newsletter hereFollow us for content, clips, giveaways, & updates!DTCPod InstagramDTCPod TwitterDTCPod TikTokCelia Lewis - Cofounder of TulipStephanie Kimmel - Cofounder of TulipRamon Berrios - CEO of Trend.ioBlaine Bolus - Co-Founder of Seated
Rory, also known as 'Rory's Kitchen' online, has been making waves in the health and wellness community since he began documenting his journey towards better health on social media. Rory struggled with numerous health conditions since childhood, including asthma, food intolerances, anxiety, inflammation, leaky gut, fatigue, brain fog, joint pain, auto-immune responses, and environmental sensitivities. After years of feeling unwell, Rory decided to take control of his health and started following the Carnivore/No Plant GAPS Diet on his 33rd birthday in 2023. He began sharing his journey online, inspiring a following of over 400k followers in just three months. Rory's transformation was so remarkable that he decided to quit his job working with clients and dedicate himself full-time to spreading the gospel of good gut health and the benefits of a meat-based diet. His passion for his message is infectious, and he is determined to help others discover the power of animal-based eating and regenerating our soil through it. Rory currently resides in Brisbane, Australia with his son, and his impact on the health and wellness world is only growing stronger every day. Find Rory: https://www.youtube.com/c/roryskitchen https://www.instagram.com/roryskitchenrules/ Timestamps: 00:00 Trailer 00:46 Introduction 02:23 Desire to improve health 05:09 Nonspecific gut issues 08:14 Trying different diets 11:00 Adapting to the carnivore diet 14:56 Putting on weight on the carnivore diet 17:09 Doing veganism correctly 19:43 Health improvements on the carnivore diet 22:03 Cooking time on carnivore diet 24:51 Carnivore diet in Australia 27:58 Reactions from vegans 31:55 Reintroducing foods 34:05 Gut issue diagnosis 36:01 Cognition and mental health on the carnivore diet 39:35 Carnivore diet and family 41:46 Other improvements on the carnivore diet 44:50 Importance of getting healthy today 47:26 Carnivore diet as a reset button 49:07 Following GAPS 52:20 Closing See open positions at Revero: https://jobs.lever.co/Revero/ Join Carnivore Diet for a free 30 day trial: https://carnivore.diet/join/ Book a Carnivore Coach: https://carnivore.diet/book-a-coach/ Carnivore Shirts: https://merch.carnivore.diet Subscribe to our Newsletter: https://carnivore.diet/subscribe/ . #revero #shawnbaker #Carnivorediet #MeatHeals #HealthCreation #humanfood #AnimalBased #ZeroCarb #DietCoach #FatAdapted #Carnivore #sugarfree
This week we're discussing adapting our habits to the different seasons of our life. This is something many of us do naturally, however most of the time our habits shift based on solely one factor; our perceived amount of extra available time. What I'm suggesting in this episode, is instead to think about it intentionally from a stand-point of the goals that we have the emotions we would need to best handle this particular season. In this episode I give myself and my current season as an example as well as how to use these same principles in other situations. >> Are you looking to move beyond the patterns currently holding you back, moving beyond emotions that are blocking you and create a new reality? A new reality that allows you to step into new levels of confidence, self-assurance, balance and ultimately allows you to be the kind of person that you know you can be? Are you ready to connect with the deep personal power that lies within you? I have a few spots left for 1:1 clients in March. Find out more here and reach out to chat!Let's connect online:Website: victoriasardain.comInstagram: @victoriasardainFacebook: Victoria Sardain Coaching
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when we think of “change” (or adapting I was so confused what word to reference) what different ways does it affect us and how many different does it come about? Do you learn more? Avoid it? Or not experience as much? this episode either makes sense or it does not at all so I hope you enjoy regardless.
Christine Noh owns Nohble, a sneaker and streetwear retailer with locations in New York and New Jersey. She started her professional career in investment banking at JPMorgan Chase and left investment banking to pursue her entrepreneurial passion. In 2013, she opened Nohble's flagship location in Newark, New Jersey. In 2014, she moved her offices to a 30,000-square-foot warehouse to support her e-commerce expansion. And in 2020, she opened her newest boutique located in Manhattan. For more information, you can go to nohble.com.If you've been trying to figure out how to better communicate in your family business, we have a great family business owner here today who will talk to us about how she manages as a second-generation business owner. "Having that relationship based on trust is so instrumental because it allows everyone to feel like they have the freedom to really be able to explore and pursue growth." – Christine NohThis week on SmallBizChat Podcast:Seeing the opportunity in the family business.Christine's journey from investment banking to the retail world. Pros and cons of working in a family business. Having the right team. Open and honest communication. Standing out in the retail space in this world of Amazon. Getting the education you need and leaning on those with that knowledge. Adapting to changes in the industry and technology. Connect with Christine Noh:Website: https://nohble.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christine-noh-a45980112/
Nancy Duarte is the author of six best-selling books and CEO of Duarte, Inc. For over 30 years, Duarte, Inc. Nancy's work has been featured in Fortune, Time Magazine, Forbes, and The New York Times. On this episode we discuss how effective leaders can broaden their Influence by focusing on adapting how they listen. Nancy then shares what most people get wrong when it comes to presentations, and what we can do to give more persuasive presentations. —------------ Learn To Lead is brought to you by Abilitie a leadership provider of experiential learning. Abilitie's simulations and leadership programs have inspired over 55,000 professionals in more than 30 countries over the past three years. To learn more about Abilitie and about our host Matthew Confer, visit the links below: Abilitie Leadership Development - https://www.abilitie.com The Learn To Lead Podcast - https://www.abilitie.com/learn-to-lead-podcast/ Host Matthew Confer: LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthewconfer/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/MatthewConfer Matthew's TEDx Talk on Decision Making - https://www.ted.com/talks/matthew_confer_before_you_decide_3_steps_to_better_decision_making Make sure you subscribe to our show to ensure you get our next episode when it is released.
In this episode, we discuss the future of product management with Carlos Gonzalez de Villaumbrosia, Founder and CEO of Product School. In uncertain economic times, product strategy needs to adapt, and training product teams is a key way to retain top talent while reducing costs and increasing efficiency. Come learn how to keep your businesses ahead of the curve in the world of product management.Productboard is the customer-centric product management software that helps organizations get the right products to market, faster. Learn more at Productboard.com.Get the FREE Product Book and check out our curated list of free Product Management resources here.
"We got a diagnosis and no help."About This Episode: It's Mama Monday! This week, I'm talking with mom Estelle for Part 1 of a two part episode. She talks about raising multiple ND kids in an "ADHD house" and making it work despite being dismissed by professionals. Here are just some of the topics we discussed:-When you live in an ADHD house-When you're a young mom and how that loses credentials with your gut instinct-The frustration from not understanding your child and not being given information by the professionals-Coming to full acceptance in your home-Adapting your way of living to meet the needs of your kids-One strategy to eliminate confusion and stress in the housePlease shower Estelle with love and support by SHARING this episode with a mom who needs to hear her story. April registration for Mothers Together has officially begun! Not sure if it's right for you? You have until 4/10 to cancel for a FULL refund. There's nothing to lose - only community to gain! Save your spot at ontheharddays.com/motherstogether.I ALWAYS welcome YOUR thoughts! Feel free to DM me on IG (@on.the.hard.days) or email me: firstname.lastname@example.org. This podcast is what it is because of YOU.And speaking of the podcast, YOU all recently got me to my goal of 100K downloads. Thank you!The best way to keep this podcast download streak is to:1) Subscribe to the podcast - your device will automatically download new episodes!2) Share the show with others - think therapists, pediatricians, and teachers!3) Leave a rating/review for the show - the Apple algorithm will push the show out to more moms who need the support and validation!THANK YOU, so very much, for your continued support!
LISTEN NOW!! From internships to leadership: learn from Richard Lynch's journey in the oil and energyRichard Lynch is Senior Vice President, Technology and Services for Hess Corporation, a leading global independent energy company engaged in the exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas. In this role, Lynch is responsible for functional delivery of field development, major infrastructure, drilling and completions projects and driving functional excellence through standards, processes, technology and talent management. Prior to joining Hess in April 2014, Lynch spent 14 years with BP, most recently as Vice President, Global Wells Organization where he was responsible for the safe, compliant and reliable delivery of all upstream activities associated with drilling, completions, interventions and wellbore integrity. Under Lynch's leadership, the organization built the Containment Response System to shut-in a well in the event of an uncontrollable leak, created the BP Global Wells Institute to develop the technical expertise of employees and contractors, and established new drilling and completion standards and policies following the Gulf of Mexico Deepwater Horizon incident. Lynch holds a bachelor's degree in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Wyoming.Richard recently shared his insights and experiences on the "Flipping the Barrel" podcast, he provided listeners with valuable advice on navigating a successful career in this dynamic field. You should definitely tune in.
Bring Your Product Ideas to Life
Leslie Kenny is the Founder and CEO of Oxford Healthspan, an anti-aging supplement brand that contains spermidine, a potent organic compound that inhibits six of the nine hallmarks of aging. She is also a co-founder of Oxford Longevity, which brings together scientific experts to discuss the latest breakthroughs in health and aging by providing free public health webinars.It was fascinating to talk to Leslie about the industry, and how she has brought her supplements to market. We talked about the challenges of educating your audience, launching and managing a business globally, and the different requirements of selling supplements in different markets. Leslie covers everything from where has the strictest rules, to the practicalities of running a global business when you also have children sitting GCSE and A-Level exams this year.Listen in to hear Leslie share:An introduction to herself and her business (01:21)How she has brought her products to market (02:24)The difference between natural and synthetic supplements (04:46)Educating an audience on the benefits of the supplements (08:52)The importance of understanding where and how your supplements are sourced (11:20)What inspired her to create her own brand(13:36)The process from idea to getting the product on the market (16:49)The impact of having a famous person, Carol Vorderman, use your product (18:15)Launching her product simultaneously in the UK and USA (19:04)The differences between health marketing guidelines in the UK and USA (19:42)The countries around the world that have the strictest requirements (20:31)Adapting the marketing message for different national markets (22:17)The practicalities of running a business in the USA and UK (26:10)The impact of Brexit on an international business (27:36)His number one piece of advice for other product creators (28:10)USEFUL RESOURCES:Oxford Healthspan WebsiteOxford Longevity ProjectOxford Healthspan InstagramLeslie Kenny InstagramLET'S CONNECTJoin my free Facebook group for product makers and creatorsFind me on InstagramWork with meMentioned in this episode:Book an Amazon mini strategy sessionBook an Amazon mini strategy session
J Street Vibes: The Essential Kings Podcast
In this J-Street Vibes bonus content episode Jason joined KC and Damien Barling over on D-Lo & KC to talk about Ja Morant's current issues and how some of the Kings players have adapted when their shot isn't falling. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A Colombian native, Carolina Romero Ramirez is a passionate linguist on a mission to provide language access. In her roles as both Spanish teacher and community interpreter, she has interacted with diverse communities on the east and west coasts of the USA. She is a firm believer in continuing education and professional development and recently received her second master's degree with a focus on translation and interpretation.Today she's here to share her story and the steps she took in order to get her employer to adapt to new technologies in support of the multilingual families they service. Only on the podcast that shares your stories about our profession. Brand the Interpreter!---------------------------------------Connect with CarolinaLinkedIn Thanks for tuning in, till next time!
In this episode of the Eternal Optimist podcast, host Matt Drinkhahn welcomes guest Eric Sardina to share his story of resilience and grit. Eric spent most of his career in sales and marketing, priding himself on his work ethic and achieving at a high level. However, he found that his corporate career was full of successes that ultimately ended in disappointment. He would earn a sale but not get credit or payment for it, leading to feelings of betrayal and shock. This pattern repeated throughout his career, leading him to realize that he was destined for something more. Through introspection and working with a coach, Eric discovered that his place on this planet was to pour into others and offer the experiences and lessons he learned over the years. He found true happiness investing in humans rather than chasing money or titles.In This Episode, You'll Learn:00:00:00 Resilience and Positivity: Building Strength to Overcome Challenges00:03:17 Interview with Eric Sardina: Discovering Happiness and Peace through Perseverance00:05:04 Adapting to Change: A Workout Routine Disrupted by an Ice Storm00:06:56 Watching Magnum P.I and Embracing Early Mornings00:12:35 Investing in Others: The Importance of Supporting Those Around You00:15:19 The Busy Group: Prioritizing Work over Sales00:18:33 Company Seeks Staffing Help Despite Previous Claims of Being Full00:20:52 Rivalry over a Massive Tax Project at the Firm00:22:43 Fighting for Fair Payment: Scrutiny over Excessive Fees00:24:40 Determined to Stand Up for What's Right00:30:19 The Power of Control for Entrepreneurs00:32:18 The Reality of Entrepreneurship: The Illusion of Safety in the Corporate World00:35:50 Maximizing Time: Investing in Relationships and Personal Passions00:41:24 Eric Sardinas' Social Media Presence: Staying Connected00:43:56 Thunderstruck by AC/DC: The Energizing Power of MusicLinks And Resources:TP FaithWebsiteEric Sardina on LinkedInThanks so much for joining us this week. Want to subscribe to Eternal Optimist? Have some feedback you'd like to share? Connect with us on iTunes and leave us a review!
Grit in the context of behavior is defined as “firmness of character; indomitable spirit.” Andres Andreu, a NYC bred leader, has a career built on grit and sheer perseverance with experience spanning from the D.E.A. to corporate America.Co-Host, and cybersecurity sales veteran Doug Gotay and I post up with Andres and talk about overcoming adversary as a youth, his time within the D.E.A., his mastery in the judo philosophy, and traversing his unique skillset and mentality into success in the boardroom. TIMESTAMPS0:03:46 - Reflection on Growing Up in Queens in the 1980s0:07:30 - The Judo Philosphophy: Discussion on Physical and Mental Strength Resilience for Life and Business 0:15:10 - Transitioning from NYC to the DEA 0:19:05 - Reflections on the DEA Hiring Process and Title Three Intercepts0:23:07 - Self-Taught Technology and Creative Problem Solving 0:27:49 - The Origins of Blockchain Technology 0:29:27 - Analytical thinking in Government Investigations 0:31:47 - The Impact of Intelligence Sharing on Drug Enforcement Coordination 0:33:45 - Threat Intelligence and its Role in Cybersecurity 0:36:05 - Proactive Security Strategies 0:38:34 - Understanding the Global Dynamics of Information Sharing 0:40:47 - Human Trafficking and Technology's Role in Prevention 0:43:30 - Analysis of Metadata and Its Impact on Law Enforcement Investigations vs. Cybersecurity Investigations 0:48:52 - Personal Security During Time at the DEA 0:51:01 - The Benefits of Adapting to Different Situations 0:54:39 - The Human Element of Sales 0:56:17 - Understanding the Need for Key Man Insurance Policies 0:58:15 - Executive Kidnapping and the Need for Balance in Business and Physical Fitness 1:01:23 - Executive Protection and Cybersecurity Transitioning 1:04:26 - The need for Soft Skills and Technical Chops 1:07:46 - Finding Balance in Professional Development 1:09:06 - The Importance of Self-Growth and Seeking Help for SuccessSYMLINKSLinkedInGalleryWebsiteDRINK INSTRUCTIONpicEPISODE SPONSORN/ACONNECT WITH USBecome a SponsorSupport us on PatreonFollow us on LinkedInTweet us at @BarCodeSecurityEmail us at email@example.com
In this episode of rehash we sit down with Kabuki, a music producer who's been navigating the music industry since the early 1990's. Kabuki takes us through his music journey from web1 to web2 and now web3, sharing how he evolved as an artist throughout the changing times. We discuss how the ever-changing tech landscape has impacted the lives of artists, how music distribution has transformed throughout the decades, and how budding artists of today can take advantage of all web3 has to offer. FOLLOW USRehash: https://twitter.com/rehashweb3Diana: https://twitter.com/ddwchenKabuki: https://twitter.com/iamkabukiSPONSORSLens Protocol: https://lens.xyzAmbire Wallet: https://www.ambire.com/NFT.Storage: https://twitter.com/NFTdotStorageEDITORSEllie: https://twitter.com/elliedotsTyler: https://twitter.com/tylerinternetLINKS Kabuki's site: https://linktr.ee/iamkabukiForefront: https://twitter.com/forefront__Infracom: https://infracom.bandcamp.com/⌛ TIMESTAMPS0:00 Intro0:45 Welcome Kabuki!1:50 Behind the name Kabuki3:14 Kabuki's relationship with Japanese culture6:11 Kabuki's background12:31 The turning point in Kabuki's career15:26 Adapting to changes in the music industry17:22 The evolution of music distribution21:06 Music industry in the 2000s and 2010s 27:31 The downside of web2 for music creators 30:31 Kabuki's experience in web3 35:32 The future of web3 music40:11 Tips for artists getting started in web346:16 Word Association game47:29 Follow kabuki!DISCLAIMER: The information in this video is the opinion of the speaker(s) only and is for informational purposes only. You should not construe it as investment advice, tax advice, or legal advice, and it does not represent any entity's opinion but those of the speaker(s). For investment or legal advice, please seek a duly licensed professional.
Adapting: The Future of Jewish Education
Schlep, klutz, shvigger... Yiddish is more than a few kitschy words. The language embodies and celebrates Jewish culture and daily life that is often lost to a younger generation, and can be used as a tool to get learners excited about connecting to Jewish life.This week on Adapting, David Bryfman speaks with Susan Bronson, Executive Director of the Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, MA, who advocates for studying Yiddish as a way to create a generation of Jewishly literate youths. With themes of activism, persecution, and modernity, reading seemingly "dying" Jewish languages like Yiddish and Ladino is, in fact, critical for engaging others while bridging communities across the Jewish spectrum.This episode was produced by Dina Nusnbaum and Miranda Lapides.The show's executive producers are David Bryfman, Karen Cummins, and Nessa Liben. This episode was engineered and edited by Nathan J. Vaughan of NJV Media.If you enjoyed the show, please leave us a 5-star rating and review, or even better, share it with a friend. Be sure to subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts and be the first to know when new episodes are released. To learn more about The Jewish Education Project visit jewishedproject.org where you can find links to our Jewish Educator Portal and learn more about our mission, history, and staff. We are a proud partner of UJA-Federation of New York.
MLW's new National Openweight Champion, John Morrison, joined The Wrestling Perspective Podcast this week. The show is hosted weekly by Lars Frederiksen of the Punk Rock Band "Rancid" and Dennis Farrell. This week, they spoke with the wrestling veteran on various topics. - The different names that he has used in his career - Adapting throughout his career - Being a journeyman - Watching the current product - Lucha Underground - Dream Matches - Zombie Lumberjack Match - Writing a Screenplay with his wife, Taya Valkyrie & more Follow us on SOCIAL MEDIA You can follow the Wrestling Perspective Podcast on Twitter @WP_POD. Follow Lars Frederiksen on Twitter @RootsRadicals01 Follow Dennis Farrell on Twitter @UndispitedDPF
Cracking Cyber Security Podcast from TEISS
This is the audio-only version of our twice-weekly cyber security talk show, teissTalk. Join us twice a week for free by visiting www.teiss.co.uk/teisstalkThe panel discussion is titled:teissTalk: Where are your email risk blind spots?BEC attacks: understanding how cyber-criminals are using the five types of scams Adapting your training and awareness raising to the increased email risks of hybrid working Hidden email security risks - detecting and mitigating threats This episode is hosted by Thom Langfordhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/thomlangford/Don Baham, VP, Chief Information Security Officer, Germantown Technologieshttps://www.linkedin.com/in/donbaham/Pedro Martinez, Chief Information Officer, Zenus Bankhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/ptmartinez/Steve Jeffery, Lead Solutions Engineer UK, Fortrahttps://www.linkedin.com/in/steve-jeffery-1887aa24/
This week WHOOP VP of Performance Science Kristen Holmes is joined by exercise physiologist and nutrition scientist Dr. Stacy Sims. Dr. Sims is a leader in the women's health space who has directed research programs at Stanford, AUT University, and the University of Waikato, focusing on female athlete health and performance and is pushing the dogma to improve research on all women. Kristen and Dr. Sims will discuss the differences in strength between men and women (5:10), how coaches and parents should talk to young girls about puberty (7:10), training through the menstrual cycle (12:15), maintaining fuel and energy during the luteal phase (15:38), the psychological impact of the menstrual cycle (18:40), behaviors people can adopt to stay balanced (21:50), what training modalities you should focus on during each menstrual cycle phase (26:11), reprioritizing how we train when women reach perimenopause and post-menopause (28:52), various training techniques and when to implement them (31:51), protein need and intake (36:53), training during the different stages of menopause (38:30), how to stay active during a chaotic travel schedule (42:25), and certain health risks and factors that come with aging and menopause (46:13).Resources:Stacy's Website Stacy's BooksTEDx Talk: Women are Not Small MenSupport the show
In this episode, Eric Landes addresses the challenge of getting team members who are inclined to be quiet, reserved, or “introverted” to collaborate for the betterment of the team and the product. Check out our public Scrum training courses if you want to attend Scrum training. Key Takeaways: In the software development world, you may have noticed that many coders tend to be more introverted. If your Scrum team includes many of these personality types, your Scrum events might be quiet. The Scrum guide does not specifically have anything to say about personality types in the Developer accountability. However, it does say - "The specific skills needed by the Developers are often broad … Developers are always accountable for: Creating a plan for the Sprint, the Sprint Backlog; Instilling quality by adhering to a Definition of Done; Adapting their plan each day toward the Sprint Goal; and, Holding each other accountable as professionals." The fact that developers are accountable for the Sprint plan, and quality speaks to the need for good collaboration. Also, adapting the plan means teammates must speak up when something changes. I believe that good collaboration is needed in Scrum, so I recommend that Scrum masters help self-organizing teams ensure that all voices are heard. If you have an introverted team, here are some suggestions for helping team members' voices be heard. Use anonymous methods. For instance, have team members use whiteboards to place post-it notes on a board, then read through them. Virtually this could be using a Miro board for a retrospective. Give team members a fixed time to post their notes, then ask for feedback and explanations when needed. This helps voices be heard, even when they refuse to speak to their own notes. Another method is to have a one-on-one with all team members on a regular basis. Make sure to bring up any items mentioned in the one-on-one in an anonymous way at the appropriate Scrum event. How do you encourage team members to find their voice in collaboration? Related to this Episode: A complete list of the current Scrum Training by AgileThought. Want to Learn More or Get in Touch? Visit the website and catch up with all the episodes on AgileThought.com! Email your thoughts or suggestions to Podcast@AgileThought.com or Tweet @AgileThought using #AgileThoughtPodcast!
The Wadeoutthere Fly Fishing Podcast
In this episode we WadeOutThere with Cade Moore from Orem, Utah. Cade's grandfather introduced him to fly fishing at an early age growing up in his home state of Utah. After serving in the army in Afghanistan Cade credits fly fishing as having “always been there for him” when he returned to civilian life. Cade's passion for fly fishing turned into a new career as a fly fishing guide at the same fly shop that helped him progress as a beginner, Fly Fish Food. We discuss the Provo River, adapting, and tactics for targeting Cade's favorite species in his own back yard… Carp. You can learn more about Cade or schedule a guided trip by visiting the fly shop he works at:Fly Fish Food.comOr his website:Utah Flyco.comYou can also follow Cade or reach out to him on Instagram at:@utahflyIf you want more information on some of the topics we discussed try reading these articles published at WadeOutThere.com In Defense of WhitefishEmbrace the DriveThe Orange Scud TheoryFor more fly fishing stories, lessons learned, and artwork check out my blog and online gallery at WadeOutThere.com
Hi all, Welcome back to another episode on the MindCep Podcast and in today's new solo series called MindCep Matters, I will be discussing how we can Adjust & Adapt Amongst Uncertainty. This episode is brought to you by Radioguestlist.com, the #1 free radio, guest, podcast, and talk show guest expert interview booking service. This episode is brought to you by PodcastGuests.com, Connecting podcasters with great guests. Podcasters: Find relevant experts and other podcasters to be guests on your podcast. Experts, Guests, and more: Get booked on great podcasts to expand your reach and audience. PodcastGuests.com connects podcasters with experts, authors, and other podcasters to be guests on their podcasts. In this episode I discuss ways to be. Apps I use for mindfulness & physical fitness: Oak https://www.oakmeditation.com Insight Timer https://insighttimer.com/en-ca Fitbit https://www.fitbit.com/global/us/products/smartwatches/versa Rise Sleep https://www.risescience.com References: Daily Tools for Mood Enhancement & Productivity: https://hubermanlab.com/maximizing-productivity-physical-and-mental-health-with-daily-tools/ Cold Exposure & Cold Immersion: https://hubermanlab.com/the-science-and-use-of-cold-exposure-for-health-and-performance/ Styles of Meditation: https://drjoedispenza.com/products/becoming-supernatural-by-dr-joe-dispenza-paperback-book Thank you for listening. If you enjoyed this podcast, please be sure to leave MindCep a 5 ⭐️ review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify Podcasts comment, rate, and subscribe for more content like this Cheers, Alex Blog & Podcast: https://alexandermuir.com/blog/ Find Me on Social: https://www.instagram.com/a.muir757/?hl=en https://www.linkedin.com/in/alex-muir-b55a44149/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkW1z-RObDp8VPJ0NWego-Q?view_as=subscriber DISCLAIMER: All information provided by Alex Muir is of a general nature and is spoken from Alex Muir's personal experiences, and personal opinions on the topics related to fitness, health, and education only. No information is to be taken as medical or other health advice pertaining to any specific health or medical condition. You agree that use of this information is at your own risk and hold Alex Muir harmless from any and all losses, liabilities, injuries, or damages resulting from any and all claims.
Rachel's back with a solo update on what's been happening in her world and the exciting launch of MenoClarity. She talks about: - An update on her mum post breaking her hip - Adapting to a new way of living - The fluctuation of mental capacity - Digital exclusion and Internet upgrade issues - Levels of customer service for older people and how those need to change - The wonders of the Amazon Alexa Show - Her trip to the Philippines - Working remotely and more wonders of technology - Setting up MenoClarity – who the team is and their aims - Creating unbiased balance when it comes to menopause - Stopping the climate of fear and creating better narratives for all women especially young ones - Questioning the over promotion of hormone therapy and especially as a preventative medicine - The original source of the menopause as a hormone deficiency narrative – the 1966 book Feminine Forever, financed by HRT manufacturers - How the women in the Blue Zones do not owe their long healthful lives to hormone therapy - Use of the phrase medical gaslighting to shut down discussion - International Women's Day and what older women need to thrive - Equity versus equality And more! If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe, share it and leave us a 5* review on iTunes or wherever you're listening. Order the ebook or audiobook (narrated by Rachel) versions of Rachel's book, Magnificent Midlife: Transform Your Middle Years, Menopause And Beyond at magnificentmidlife.com/book The paperback can be purchased on Amazon or other online retailers: UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Magnificent-Midlife-Transform-Middle-Menopause/dp/173981150X/ US & Canada: https://www.amazon.com/Magnificent-Midlife-Transform-Middle-Menopause/dp/173981150X/ Australia: https://www.amazon.com.au/Magnificent-Midlife-Transform-Middle-Menopause/dp/173981150X/ You can listen to all the other episodes and get the show notes at magnificentmidlife.com/podcast. Recommended by the Sunday Times. Feedspot #3 in best midlife podcasts and #15 in best women over 50 podcasts worldwide. You'll find lots of strategies, support, and resources to help make your midlife magnificent at magnificentmidlife.com. Check out Rachel's online Revitalize Experience, a 6-week intensive small group mentoring experience or 1-1 Midlife Mentoring. Follow Rachel on: Facebook: facebook.com/magnificentmidlife Instagram: instagram.com/magnificentmidlife Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/rachellankester Twitter: twitter.com/MagnifMidlife Pinterest: pinterest.co.uk/MagnificentMidlife1 Youtube: youtube.com/channel/UCEteu6Z2mW1z1wnHiVB08uw Tiktok: tiktok.com/@magnificent_midlife
Change is hard, but having a new you is even better.This month's Free Gift; BRAVE VISION BLASTOFF WORKBOOK!https://www.braveheartedwoman.com/visionblastoffWelcome to today's episode of the ‘The BraveHearted Woman' Podcast with your host and braveheart coach, Dawn Damon where your heart meets your life's vision. This is a go-to podcast for empowering women with beautiful visions for their lives who desires to ultimately live a purpose and achieve dreams.I know for some reason, change can be overwhelming. Most women would rather play safe and just stand still where they are right now. But let me tell you, change is beautiful. That change will add more colors to your life. And change can definitely bring you success.But first, let's define what change is. Change is the act or process of becoming different and undergoing a transformation. It varies from the range of things to one's thoughts, feelings, behavior, or circumstances. Having said that, it will be a long process. So, it's important that you do this, you acknowledge the feeling of fear and uncertainty, doubt, anxiety, or even stress.Also, change is inevitable in life. It can bring both opportunities and challenges to grow, learn and develop. Adapting to change requires flexibility, resilience, creativity, and openness to new possibilities. Embracing change can lead to personal and social progress, while resisting to change can lead to stagnation and frustration.So, are you gonna step up the game or just live in your what-ifs? Learn more about the stages of change, how you can begin, and the perks of saying ‘Yes!' Head over to this week's episode to find out.! Timestamps:0:00 - Intro2:09 - The impact of continuing to grow and change3:35 - What is the psychological cycle with change?4:07 - Don Kelly and Daryl Conner's Emotional Cycle of Change6:04 - The importance of having self-discipline7:02 - What are the 5 stages of the Emotional Cycle of Change?7:42 - Stage 1: Uninformed Optimism8:53 - Reasons why you should write10:51 - Stage 2: Informed Pessimism11:29 - The roles of the brain in your life13:26 - How to take one step at a time14:25 - Stage 3: Hopeful Realism16:48 - Why you need a coach/ mentor in your life17:11 - Stage 4: Informed Optimism19:02 - The Princess Bride movie20:51 - Stage 5: Success & Fulfillment22:29 - How coaching is the only way you're gonna make it through that cycle of changeQuotations:“... if you understand the cycle of change, it is so powerful for you and as I call it, my brave transformation ~ the cycle of change.”“I want you every day to keep making one step. A baby step. A slide edge towards your goal. Towards the change that you say you want. It doesn't have to be a quantum leap. Just one step. Be consistent.”“Everyone loves a fresh start and new beginnings. It's exhilarating.”“Keep going, keep doing what you do. Don't overthink it. Don't get in your head. Don't rationalize. Do it.”“Some pushups are better than no pushups. Some savings are better than no savings. Some days of sobriety are better than no days of sobriety. Some days of eating healthy and restrictive will lead you to freedom in other...
Remember when this show was called "A Fighter's Mindset"? That was a long time ago, and in that time, I've learned a lot about a different mindset, "a seller's mindset." Adapting myself to this new reality of mine (selling in order to have a business) has been filled with a lot of No's, embarrassing calls and Zooms and many other stomach-sinking interactions. But, I've gotten better, and this book has helped. Today's book teaches selling as influence, belief, psychology and much more. Whether you're directly in sales or not, it's lessons are applicable to life. ... Join the Fight Club here: Fight Club Get this book here: Secrets of Closing the Sale To inquire about assemblies and speaking: Speaking Form Learn more about Spaniard School online membership: Spaniard School Purchase all your books here: Spaniard Show Reading List Get my two books here: DRIVEN, Becoming the World's Toughest Lifelong Learner Connect on social media: Instagram: @charliespaniard YouTube: Charlie "The Spaniard" Brenneman Facebook: Charlie "The Spaniard" Brenneman Twitter: @charliespaniard
Weight Solutions for Physicians
Weight loss is not a one-size-fits all journey. As time passes, our bodies evolve and require different approaches to stay healthy. Unfortunately we're often taught to feel bad about these changes instead of being empowered by them! In this episode, I'm sharing my own weightloss story - breaking down lessons learned that can help you find ease in your own health and fitness goals at any age or stage in life. Let's get ready for lasting change through compassion and understanding what makes us unique! **** Enjoying this podcast? Please share it with someone who would benefit. And don't forget to hit “follow” so you get all the new episodes as soon as they are released. *** Want more support staying focussed on applying everything you learn in the podcast? Come join me in the FREE Thriving As A Physician Facebook Community. You must be a physician to join. Join us at https://facebook.com/groups/thrivingasaphysician **** Come hang out with me on Facebook or Instagram. Follow me @drsiobhankey to get more practical tools to thrive in your weight loss and your life. **** Questions? Comments? Want to share how this podcast has helped you? Shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would love to hear from you.
Adapting for climate change may not as economically costly as both supporters and opponents of decisive action have long supposed. That's according to a new Turning Point report out today from the corporate consultants at Deloitte. Among the findings is the claim that adapting for climate change could add $64 billion to the New Zealand economy by 2040. Inadequate action, on the other hand, could cost the economy $4.4 billion over the same period. Deloitte economics director Liza Van Der Merwe spoke to Corin Dann.
This week we welcome the head baseball coach of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, Shawn Stiffler. This season, 2023, is Shawn's first year as the head coach at Notre Dame. Previously he was the head coach at Virginia Commonwealth University. In this episode, we talk about all good head coaches' traits, how to run an organized practice, and how Shawn has changed over his coaching career. [2:28] The Most Important Quality of a Head Coach[4:38] Communication Skills[8:17] Structuring Baseball Practices[9:28] Developing Hitters[17:44] Advice for Young Coaches[23:47] Staff Hiring[26:29] Gut Feeling VS Analytics[41:36] Adapting to the Transfer PortalFollow Shawn StifflerTwitter: @ShawnStiffler29 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Giants coach, Ron Wotus, joins Talkin' Baseball with Marty to discuss the rule changes and how the players are adapting so far this SpringSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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In this episode of The Thrifty Marketer Podcast, we sit down with Jerry Fu, the founder of Adapting Leaders, to discuss the critical topic of navigating conflicts in the workplace. Conflicts can arise in any workplace, regardless of the industry, size, or culture. Therefore, it is essential for professionals at all levels to develop effective communication and resolution strategies to manage these situations.Jerry shares his insights on the common causes of conflicts in the workplace and how they can be prevented. He also discusses the role of emotional intelligence in conflict resolution and how to communicate effectively with colleagues to resolve issues promptly.Throughout the episode, Jerry provides practical advice on approaching and managing conflict situations effectively. He also shares some of his experiences in navigating workplace conflicts and the lessons he learned along the way.Whether you are a manager, team leader, or individual contributor, this episode provides valuable insights on navigating workplace conflicts and creating a more positive and productive work environment. Tune in to learn how to develop effective communication and resolution strategies and become a more effective leader in your organization. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Adapting: The Future of Jewish Education
A rabbi walks into a bar... and opens a Jewish house of learning. Imagine a tavern playing Israeli music, the walls lined with old books written in Hebrew or even Aramaic, and patrons coming together to discuss those texts and other Jewish ideas while sharing food and drink inspired by cuisine of the diaspora. You don't have to imagine a communal Jewish house of learning because it exists, and it is called Lehrhaus. This week on Adapting with David Bryfman, Rabbi Charlie Schwartz discusses his innovative concept of Lehrhaus, a Boston-based nonprofit designed to increase the prevalence of Jewish learning by making it accessible and fun regardless of Jewish backgaround. With a single mission in making Jewish education meaningful and relevant over delicious food and engaging conversation, Lehrhaus is a great example of what can be achieved when we mix innovation and Jewish education. Click here to watch Charlie's video, "A Vision in 4 Parts," winner of the first Jewish Futures Competition in 2010. This episode was produced by Dina Nusnbaum and Miranda Lapides. The show's executive producers are David Bryfman, Karen Cummins, and Nessa Liben. This episode was engineered and edited by Nathan J. Vaughan of NJV Media. If you enjoyed the show, please leave us a 5-star rating and review, or even better, share it with a friend. Be sure to subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts and be the first to know when new episodes are released. To learn more about The Jewish Education Project visit jewishedproject.org where you can find links to our Jewish Educator Portal and learn more about our mission, history, and staff. We are a proud partner of UJA-Federation of New York.
Episode 309: This is a clip taken from the full interview with Jack Schwarze on February 24, 2022. In this clip, Jack talks about trading in 2022 vs 2021.Social mediaJack SchwarzeTwitter: jackdan_no7Instagram: jack.schwarzeProfitly: No7Cobra Trading Click the link and get 33% off commissions for life as well as one month of free DAS Trader Platform
We had the honor of chatting with Mike Rynne. This is an incredible human being that has given all his time and effort to every company he has ever worked for including JMax. Mike has been involved in the pool industry since 1994, with roles in retail, service, remodeling, and new pool construction. Before taking on a leadership role at JMax alongside Justin, he built a career at Paddock Pools for over 15 years.Listen in as Mike goes down memory lane, reflecting on the ups and downs in both his personal life and his journey in the pool business. Greg, and Justin break down the series of mishaps that led to Paddock's steady decline as a company, and what Mike would have done differently were he to experience his time there again.Mike then moves onto how he met Justin and got involved with JMax. He discusses customer service best practices and the importance of keeping up with innovation. Finally, he talks about his industry mentors, and his most interesting pools and favorite pool products through the years.Brought to you by TS Pool Supply: A new retail experience providing customers a one-stop-shop for all their pool care needs. For an added bonus to our listeners use promo code POOLCHASERS10 at checkout for 10% off. Visit https://tspoolsupply.com/Topics Discussed:[05:45] Mike's story[28:39] Mike's battle with lupus[34:05] Crazy adventures in Vegas[43:27] What Justin and Mike look for in new hires[50:55] Paddock's downfall[58:37] What Mike would have done differently on Paddock's leadership team[1:03:53] Moving on to JMax[1:13:36] Dealing with a confrontation[1:17:39] How does customer service best at JMax?[1:20:02] The importance of keeping up with innovation[1:22:26] Mike's mentors in the pool business[1:16:17] The craziest pools Mike has ever seen[1:33:55] Mike's favorite pool products over the years[1:41:18] Mike's favorite pool of all timeConnect with Guest:Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mike.rynne/JMax Website - https://jmaxplumbing.com/Connect with Pool Chasers:Website - https://poolchasers20.com/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/poolchasers/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/poolchasers/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXIcnqHms_PEu8AAPafxdVATwitter - https://twitter.com/poolchasersPinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/poolchaserspodcast/TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@poolchasersPatreon - https://www.patreon.com/poolchasersKey Quotes by Mike Rynne:Unfortunately, the bar is getting lower in the industry. The most important thing that we shouldn't let go of is being dependable: being somebody who isn't just there to collect a check, and always wondering what they can do to be better. ~JustinYou have to keep up with innovation or you eventually won't know what you're doing. ~Mike
In Demand: How to Grow Your SaaS to $100K MRR
What are the four traits that separate the highest performing CEOs from their peers? In this episode of In Demand, Asia Orangio, CEO of DemandMaven, breaks down the decision-making and approaches great CEOs use to consistently generate results. Here’s the link to the article discussed in todays episode: https://hbr.org/2017/05/what-sets-successful-ceos-apart TL;DR: 2:24 - What set's successful CEOs apart from their counterparts? Deciding with speed and conviction Engaging for impact Adapting proactively Delivering reliably 3:08 - Deciding with speed and conviction, for a CEO it is more important to make good decisions fast than to make great, but slow, decisions. You almost never have perfect information, so you will always be making a decision with uncertainty Wrong decisions are usually better than making no decision at all 10:30 - When you are struggling to make decisions in a team, a CEO needs to be able to make decisions with conviction and be able to get their team onboard. 12:00 - Two good questions to ask yourself in the decision-making process are: What is the impact if I get it wrong? How much will it hold up other things if I don't move forward on this? 13:50 - It's also important for a CEO to know when a decision should be made by someone else. A CEO doesn't have infinite energy, so they can't be responsible for all decisions. Often it is better for the CEO to guide and coach others on making the decision. 19:59 - Engaging for impact is about how do you align your resources and how to you ultimately plan and create paths to execute. It means that you as CEO are aware of the challenges you are facing and that you've got the right people on board to address those challenges. 25:00 - CEOs that engage for impact are not afraid of conflict. They dive head first into solving contentious problems if it will affect the company. 27:55 - Adapting proactively may be a lot more important for a large company, but even at the early stages of a SaaS business, it is important for a CEO to understand the changes that are taking place in the company and marketplace. A way to think about this is how are you filling the time you have with thought-provoking information or insights that you can use to act in new or different ways
Talks from the Hoover Institution
Presenters: Matthew Kahn, Provost Professor of Economics and Spatial Sciences, University of Southern California; and Maria Waldinger, Deputy Director of the Ifo Center for Labor and Demographic Economics. Chair: Terry Anderson, John and Jean DeNault Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution. Maria Waldinger provided a historical analysis of how societies have adapted to climate conditions. The oldest adaptation strategy was migration, she explained, which was more easily achieved when societies were nomadic and there were no political boundaries. More modern societies have adopted various processes to ensure their survival. She explained that crop failures were an omnipresent feature of European societies between the 14th and 19th centuries, a period of regional cooling that has been referred to as the “little ice age.” Matthew Khan outlined to the audience how markets can provide optimal incentives for adaption to climate change and reduce its economic effects. If enough people are facing a challenge, markets are the mechanisms that can empower entrepreneurs to produce and deliver innovations, Kahn maintained. ______________________ Click the following link for more information https://www.hoover.org/news/hoover-institution-hosts-conference-evaluating-market-driven-versus-regulatory-approaches
Everything Happens with Kate Bowler
Every problem New York Times columnist Frank Bruni faced had a simple fix. Doctors offered reasonable solutions for reasonable problems. Preventative care guaranteed future health. That is, until he woke up one morning without vision in his eye. This experience forced him to rethink how much of life is in our control and how to live fully in the face of unfixable problems. In this conversation, Kate and Frank discuss: Letting go of the idea that life is a series of choices and learning that there are things we can't fix How the lacquered lives we see on social media deny us the fuller picture of each other's problems Importance of finding the things that light up our lives and taking the hard stuff bird by bird, vine by vine. *** Looking for the transcript or show notes? Click here. Find Kate on Instagram or Facebook or Twitter. THE LIVES WE ACTUALLY HAVE: 100 Blessings for Imperfect Days is out now. Learn more, here. We have free Lent guides for you to use by yourself, with a group, or with your church. Click here to get started. Leave us a voicemail and who knows? We might even be able to use your voice on the air: 919-322-8731 To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Wrestling With Johners Podcast
In the latest 'Legends Masterclass' Episode 4, I sit down with another true legend of the Golden Era of pro-wrestling, 'Mr Smooth' Johnny Kidd in Part 1 of this AMAZING Legends Masterclass Interview. We discussed… Johnny still competing in 2023 His Friendship with Mike Quackenbush Facing amazing young talent in 2022, such as Jordan Breaks, Hari Singh and others Adapting to the more modern style in 2022/2023 Being a Pioneer of the Traditional British Style Zack Sabre Jr, Jonathan Gresham, Dean Allmark and Brian Danielson His Incredible matches with Johnny Saint in the 1980's Johnny's early Wrestling fandom Where the 'Johnny Kidd' name came from? Working under Max Crabtree in the 1980's Wrestling in the Royal Albert Hall Wrestling Ken Joyce's last ever TV match Coming up in the business with Blondie Barrett Johnny discusses the "Mr Smooth" nickname Wrestling Danny Boy Collins and many more on Television Plus so much more!
Sean L. Dipple South Carolina, USA I was born in 1971 in Columbus Ohio and lived in Central Ohio until I was 12 years old. My father worked in the office equipment industry and quickly worked up through the ranks. When I was halfway thru middle school he was promoted and moved the family to the Chicago area and we lived in the NW part of Chicago until I was 18. I was always a slender child and was never overweight. I didn't play organized sports but was very active with snow skiing, water skiing and neighborhood sports like football and Ice Hockey on neighborhood ponds in the winter. Eating was never a priority for me and I remember my mom was always forcing me to come in for each meal. I graduated High School in 1989 and weighed 170 lbs. (I am 5'11”). Food and eating out became a priority only when I got married and my focus and priorities changed. I got married when I was 18 to a girl, I met in High School who thought she couldn't have children. A month after we got married, she got pregnant (yes, the math works out) and my whole life changed. I worked any job I could to provide for her and my child. Food and alcohol quickly became the only thing that relaxed and soothed the stresses that you can imaging were very quickly a daily part of my life. Even though I was consuming a lot of food and sometimes alcohol I only gained 10 or 15 lbs. because I was a commercial electrician and worked very physically hard. I also made $9.00 an hour so going out to eat or eating a lot just wasn't an option. We really struggled financially. It wasn't until 1994 that I got a job in outside sales that I really started to gain weight. The physical labor was no longer a part of my daily life and most of my time was driving in the car sitting on my butt. Fast and cheap food was the daily menu. I quickly got over 200 lbs. and haven't been under that weight since I was 25 years old. Currently I am 51. Since then, I have been in sales management which still involves a lot of sitting. My weight has fluctuated from 272 down to 245. I once got down to 207 but I always seem to self-sabotage myself and return to that self-soothing food, alcohol and the dreaded sugar! I had a very dysfunctional childhood with a father that was very verbally abusive as well as sometimes physically. Once during my childhood my father was overweight and got into running and taking care of himself. He lost a lot of weight and became very arrogant and condescending of anyone that was overweight. I think this is why once I start losing weight that I quickly do whatever I can to gain it all back. Diets and exercise are always a short-term fix to a long-term problem. IF has started to change all of that and I have been able to lose close to 20 lbs. since Jan of last year. Inconsistency is what has prevented me from taking this journey to the next level and that's why I reached out. I am ready to see this thru from a diet to a full-time lifestyle and tackle the demons that sabotage my progress. I am hopeful that “The Fasting Highway” family can benefit from my story as I am sure it is more common than we realize. The Fasting Highway news. For all information on my private one on one coaching go to www.thefastinghighway.com to book a private zoom call. All times you see available are in your local time zone worldwide. My book the fasting highway is available from your local amazon store. If you are in Australia or New Zealand, you can get it direct from me at the web site. Details and links to the fasting highway Facebook community can also be found at the web site. If you would like to be a guest on the podcast please submit a request on the web page. Enjoy the show. Graeme Currie Disclaimer all information shared on the podcast should not be taken as medical advice. Please consult your doctor before commencing any health plan. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/graeme-currie/message
No Vacancy The Podcast with Natalie Palmer | Airbnb
Welcome to the first Airbnb Advice Column bonus episode. Hope you enjoy! XOXO - Natalie 2:06 Question #1 - Adapting to older guests for smart TVs 5:42 Question #2 - How much toilet paper to leave for each reservation 7:45 Question #3 - Upgrading your space with only $100 11:07 Question #4 - Should you require your cleaner to work during a natural disaster? Thank you to Savvy Realty for sponsoring this episode! Work with Tyler Coon and the Savvy Realty Team: Savvy Realty Coastal Savvy Realty Bourbon Trail Listen to Episode 40 with Tyler Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi
Today, I am blessed to have here with me Dr Jay T. Wiles. He is the co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer at Hanu Health. Dr Jay is also a prominent expert in mental health optimization, HRV, and biofeedback. Dr Jay is a clinical health and performance psychologist. He has a master's degree in clinical therapy and then went on to his doctoral degree in clinical psychology. When he was in his residency, he and his co-workers were exposed to a toxic black mold. This led him to be more interested in health, wellness, and integrative holistic health. Since then, his residency in the Department of Veteran Affairs grew his desire to study heart rate variability and biofeedback and how it relates to Nervous System Monitoring and functioning. In 2018, Dr Jay launched his consulting company, which is utilized by elite athletes, high-performance executives, and CEOs to understand data from wearables while learning how to manage their nervous systems using tools and procedures. His firm, Hanu, was founded in 2021. It is a digital mental health platform that uses wearable technology to track changes in the human stress response. They then train resilience through various techniques. In this episode, Dr Jay speaks about heart rate variability and its relation to the nervous system. Dr Jay talks about how to gauge parasympathetic balance. Tune in as we chat about Heart Rate Variability, Nervous System, Stress, Parasympathetic Balance, measuring HRV, Pre-Meal Breathwork Sessions, and many more. Get your Hanu Health device, 20% off! Head to http://www.hanuhealth.com and use the coupon code ketokamp at checkout. Download your FREE Vegetable Oil Allergy Card here: https://onlineoffer.lpages.co/vegetable-oil-allergy-card-download/ / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S Wild Pastures: $20 OFF per Box for Life + Free Shipping for Life + $15 OFF your 1st Box! https://wildpastures.com/promos/save-20-for-life-lf?oid=6&affid=132&source_id=podcast&sub1=ad BonCharge: Blue light Blocking Glasses, Red Light Therapy, Sauna Blankets & More. Visit https://boncharge.com/pages/ketokamp and use the coupon code KETOKAMP for 15% off your order. Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. [8:46] Heart Rate Variability Increasing? Don't Worry. Nervous System is Adapting! - Heart rate and heart rate variability are not the same things. We may acquire a decent insight by evaluating both of them. - Heart rate variability is similar to examining heart rate through a microscope. - The heart does not beat to the beat of a metronome. In reality, it rapidly accelerates and decelerates. - Heart rate variability examines temporal variations or variance, which is the difference in time between each succeeding heartbeat. - Increased Heart Rate Variability indicates that the nervous system is adaptable; it can assimilate information within its surroundings and adjust. [14:17] Stress is Not Bad, Just Be Adaptable and Regulate Your Nervous System - Remember that HRV as a metric does not often behave the same way as many other metrics that serve as the normative basis of comparison. - Several conflicting elements contribute to HRV being what it is. When we compare two people's heart rate variability, it's like comparing apples and oranges. - A decrease in heart rate variability indicates that the nervous system is too busy and is having a tough time changing and adapting to its surroundings. - If we are not regulating our nervous system response, as seen by a reduction in heart rate variability, it undoubtedly aggravates any other forms of physiological abnormalities. [19:20] What Is the Best Way to Gauge the Parasympathetic Balance? - There are other methods available, but they are often more intrusive. - Another approach would be to examine general brainwave functioning and changes in brainwave states. - We have so much evidence in the scientific literature that heart rate variability is now the single best non-invasive technique to have a proxy for nervous system functioning and balance. - Many people experience nervous system assaults throughout the day, increasing over time. If they are unaware of what is going on, and especially if they are not managing their reaction at that period, we observe the emergence of a host of various mental and physical health problems. - What we can truly do is train our neurological systems to behave in a more adaptable manner, which will make us happier. [30:17] Using the Device to Measure HRV? Look At the Stress Resiliency Number - The Stress Resiliency Number is a 0 to 100 number that takes all of your data and plots it on a 0 to 100 scale. - If you don't understand how to interpret HRV, Stress Resiliency Number is a great number to look at. - Your goal is to get yourself above that 80 to 100 thresholds, which is like our green zone. - As the HRV goes down, so does your Stress Resiliency Number. [41:59] Digest Your Meal Better, Do A Pre-Meal Breathwork Session - It's a biofeedback session to help stimulate your parasympathetic nervous system and the vagus nerve prior to a meal. - If we go into a meal and eat in a sympathetically driven state, it will cause immense dysbiosis and dysregulation of the gut. - Do a very short practice, 60 seconds to two minutes of a breathwork session that we call pre-meal. And we also do it post-meal to start that process. - When people do the breathwork session, their meal does not have nearly as much of an input influence on the metabolically, so we do not see significant amounts of blood sugar rise. Plus, people's nervous system recovers quickly. - It is imperative to do something parasympathetically stimulating or stimulating our vagus nerve before and after eating. [59:09] Having A Bad Performance Anxiety? Calm Down, Focus and Work to Increase Your HRV - One major issue that people have is experiencing bad performance anxiety during biofeedback sessions, which causes them to feel agitated and lowers their HRV. - Don't be discouraged; this is an excellent learning opportunity for you. Address and work on the problem. - Any upward direct movement is beneficial since it indicates that the nervous system is actively engaged. But what we want to do is gradually raise it over time. - Work to figure out where you are, and then just go forward. Simply strive to improve by 1% every day, just as you would in any other aspect of your life. AND MUCH MORE! Resources from this episode: ● Company Website: https://www.hanuhealth.com/ ● Personal Website: https://www.drjaywiles.com/ ● Podcast: https://www.hanuhealth.com/podcast/ ● Follow Dr Jay T. Wiles: ● Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrJayWiles/ ● Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrJayWiles ● Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jay-t-wiles-28756b60/ ● Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drjaywiles/?hl=en ● Join the Keto Kamp Academy: https://ketokampacademy.com/7-day-trial-a ● Watch Keto Kamp on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUh_MOM621MvpW_HLtfkLyQ Get your Hanu Health device, 20% off! Head to http://www.hanuhealth.com and use the coupon code ketokamp at checkout. Download your FREE Vegetable Oil Allergy Card here: https://onlineoffer.lpages.co/vegetable-oil-allergy-card-download/ / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S Wild Pastures: $20 OFF per Box for Life + Free Shipping for Life + $15 OFF your 1st Box! https://wildpastures.com/promos/save-20-for-life-lf?oid=6&affid=132&source_id=podcast&sub1=ad BonCharge: Blue light Blocking Glasses, Red Light Therapy, Sauna Blankets & More. Visit https://boncharge.com/pages/ketokamp and use the coupon code KETOKAMP for 15% off your order. Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. *Some Links Are Affiliates* // F O L L O W ▸ instagram | @thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2B1NXKW ▸ facebook | /thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2BVvvW6 ▸ twitter | @thebenazadi http://bit.ly/2USE0so ▸ tiktok | @thebenazadi https://www.tiktok.com/@thebenazadi Disclaimer: This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. This podcast including Ben Azadi disclaim responsibility from any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained herein. Opinions of guests are their own, and this podcast does not accept responsibility of statements made by guests. This podcast does not make any representations or warranties about guests qualifications or credibility. 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On this episode of the Eternal Optimist Podcast, we hear from Ezra Max, a survivor of the 9/11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. Ezra shares his story of resilience, discussing his experience with trauma, how he overcame it, and found purpose in life. He also shares his journey from being an A.D.D kid to becoming an entrepreneur and how mentors helped him along the way. Finally, Ezra shares his thoughts on eternal optimism and how we can all find gratitude in our lives. Join us as we explore Ezra's inspiring story of courage, resilience, and hope!In This Episode, You'll Learn:00:00:00 The Eternal Optimist Podcast: Spreading Positivity and Making a Difference00:03:29 Ezra: An Optimistic and Value-Adding Perspective00:06:45 Delving into Ezra's Mindset and Inner Dialogue00:09:13 The Power of Meaningful Connections: Using the "How Are You?" Acronym00:12:26 Revealing Hidden Aspects of Yourself for Deeper Relationships00:14:08 The Power of Prayer: Finding Answers Through Self-Reflection00:17:43 Searching for a Lost Father Amidst the Chaos of 9/1100:20:46 Surviving Adversity Against All Odds00:21:56 Bravery and Self-Sacrifice: Witnessing Heroism in Recovery Efforts00:24:36 The Last Firefighter Standing: Reflecting on Survival and Resilience00:27:36 Embracing Opportunities and Missions in Unprecedented Times00:31:50 Learning Critical Incident Stress Debriefing for First Responders00:33:16 One Year Later: Remembering Lost Loved Ones and Mentors00:36:40 Navigating Uncertainty and Change: Drawing on Past Experiences00:38:41 Faith and Friendship: Finding Good in Everything the Almighty Does00:44:22 The Power of Mentorship: Reflecting on Early Influences00:46:16 The Struggle of a 7.5-Year Commitment: Too Much Depth?00:48:58 Holding Space for Respectful Compassion and Empathy00:51:54 Living with Pain and Suffering: Providing Options to Overcome Internal Struggles00:56:58 The Messy Middle: Taking Action Steps Towards Success00:58:30 Adapting to New Possibilities: Learning from X-Men01:03:58 The Sly and Creative Fox: Finding Solutions in Unexpected PlacesLinks And Resources:Ezra Max's WebsiteEzra Max on LinkedInConnecting with Ezra MaxBe Your Future Self Now: The Science of Intentional TransformationThanks so much for joining us this week. Want to subscribe to Eternal Optimist? Have some feedback you'd like to share? Connect with us on iTunes and leave us a review!
Passive Wealth Strategies for Busy Professionals
As the Federal Reserve is expected to keep interest rates elevated through 2024, investors face challenges as they come out of loan periods that began when the market was high, and cap rates were low. This has caused transactional velocity and financing costs to go up, potentially creating a housing undersupply issue. Adam Finkel shares his experience investing in commercial real estate, providing insight into debt and equity markets and how lenders deal in this current market cycle. He also advises finding the best capital sources, bringing more equity, looking for different equity sources, and focusing on deals with longer-term time horizons. Listen to this informative episode to learn more about what lenders look for when considering an investment, how to act with integrity when conducting business, and what investors should consider when matching their financing to their time horizon. [00:01 - 06:58] Dealing with Rising Interest Rates in Commercial Real Estate: How Investors are Adapting to the New Market Cycle Interest rates have been kept low by the Federal Reserve to support a healthy economy The Federal Reserve has recently increased interest rates to fight inflation Banks and private equity groups are having a hard time valuing assets Investors are dealing with higher rates by bringing more equity to the table or looking for different equity sources [06:59 - 15:30] Investors Face Challenges in a Changing Interest Rate Environment Investors are facing challenges due to the current market environment. Options for those with loans coming due include bringing equity, getting a lower-leverage loan, or adding a supplemental loan. Those with variable interest rate loans can look to lock in fixed-rate debt The Federal Reserve is expected to continue increasing rates through spring and potentially into 2024 [15:39 - 24:53] Commercial Real Estate Investing: Risk and Reward in an Era of Reduced Liquidity and Increased Focus on the Sponsor Commercial real estate as an asset class has become riskier When investing, return is always a balance of risk and reward Developers are finding it challenging to find capital for their projects When looking at a business plan or underwriting package for a new acquisition, lenders focus on the sponsor's experience, market studies, net worth, liquidity, and team members Lenders are looking at the borrower and not just the property when assessing a loan [24:54 - 31:13] Closing Segment The best investment was a value add a multi-family project with a 3.5x return in 2.5 years The worst investment was in a condominium fix and flip with an inexperienced partner See the links below to connect with Adam Connect with Adam through www.TowerCapLLC.com and email@example.com. Invest passively in multiple commercial real estate assets such as apartments, self-storage, medical facilities, hotels, and more through https://www.passivewealthstrategy.com/crowdstreet/ Participate directly in real estate investment loans on a fractional basis. Go to www.passivewealthstrategy.com/groundfloor/ and get ready to invest on your terms. Join our Passive Investor Club to access passive commercial real estate investment opportunities. LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or clicking here to listen to our previous episodes. Quotes: "The old adage of 'real estate, location, location, location' now it's really sponsor, sponsor, sponsor." - Adam Finkel
Stefania Tosini, a press officer turned talent acquisition specialist discusses what she wrestled with when making her decision to move from Italy to Germany during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Curing cancer is an iceberg more enormous than anyone could ever imagine. In this episode, Pamela Bush, Chief Business Officer at Predictive Oncology, talks about her work connecting science and business to advance the discovery and development of drugs against cancer with the help of predictive AI and ML technology and the most extensive library of tumor samples. Tune in to learn more about how Predictive Oncology impacts drug development! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health
Relentless spirit: It's something Katie Hoff Anderson proudly posesses, She's an 8-time World Champion, 2-time Olympian, and earned a silver and two bronze Olympic medals in swimming — all before a devastating medical diagnosis brought her career to a screeching hault. Once hailed as the "female Michael Phelps," she withstood tremendous pressure and emerged from years of effort with valuable lessons learned on what it takes to succeed and power through bitter disappointment. In today's episode, she's talking to us about how she navigated the highs and lows, what it felt like to transition from being a full-time athlete into the corporate world, how she navigated depression and high expectations, and more. MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Blueprint: An Olympian's Story of Striving, Adapting, and Embracing the Suck The Lash Lounge SOCIAL @kthoff7 @emilyabbate @hurdlepodcast OFFERS AG1 | Go to AthleticGreens.com/Hurdle to get a free year's supply of vitamin D3/K2 and five free travel packs with purchase. JOIN: THE *Secret* FACEBOOK GROUP SIGN UP: Weekly Hurdle Newsletter ASK ME A QUESTION: Leave me a voice message, ask me a question, and it could be featured in an upcoming episode! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hurdle/message