The Flagship Podcast is back with a loaded show as Horns247's Chip Brown and Taylor Estes deliver key takeaways from Steve Sarkisian after signing the nation's No. 5 ranked recruiting class in 2022. The Flagship weighs in on all Sarkisian had to say about the Longhorns 2022 recruiting class, which added a big-time prospect on National Signing Day in five-star OL Devon Campbell, and what's next in the Longhorns' transfer portal search after Sarkisian hinted that Texas could see more guys added to the roster prior to the 2022 season as the staff continues to search the for impact transfer portal prospects who could help fill voids on the Longhorns' roster. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How often do you get to the end of the week without getting the most important things done? We make our to-do lists, tackle it as fast as we can, and somehow still struggle to move the needle. I learned a couple of tricks recently that opened my eyes to how I can flip the script on this, and it works. This is how we accomplish the things that matter most, create time for what matters most, and fight the overwhelm. Listen in. Catch more episodes like this at CarrotCast.com
You didn't become an entrepreneur to sit in the shadows; people need to actually know who you are. You need visibility and one of the best ways to do that is through speaking--either on a stage, from a Zoom room, or on podcasts. The challenge is getting past the “I'm not readies” and the “I'm not enoughs” to actually pitch yourself and get those speaking gigs. News flash, friends: You won't be ready until you actually take some action. You have to just do the thing, then think about how to make it good once you get the yes. See a need, then go start talking about it. Worry about that perfect website or perfect talk later. (Another news flash: It's never going to be perfect.) That's what this week's podcast guest did. Dr. Carmen Landrau is a cardiologist in private practice who saw a need in her industry for women's empowerment and leadership. She had already been speaking about cardiology and health care, but wanted to step away from the stethoscope a bit and lift up women in her industry and beyond. Now she's a well-paid speaker who delivers engaging keynote addresses and talks at corporate events, business conferences, and, yes, health care events. Listen in to how she got started and advice she and I both have for anyone looking to add speaking to their visibility toolbox. About Dr. Carmen Landrau: Carmen W. Landrau, MD is a board certified cardiologist and professional keynote speaker who is also certified in Leadership and Management by Duke University. She uses her experience navigating a male-dominated and hierarchical career to empower women to embrace their talents and acknowledge their achievements so that they may transform into phenomenal leaders. Dr. Carmen W. Landrau is a keynote speaker at corporate conferences and association events. In addition, she provides individualized teaching and coaching to professional women's groups and female executives who have overcome obstacles and created their success to become full and equal leaders. Her leadership talks are well received by those actively involved in the advancement of women into senior executives of an organization. She has also participated in corporate panels and workshops, receiving excellent feedback and audience response. Dr. Landrau has been invited on numerous occasions to be the featured keynote speaker for the American Heart Association's annual conference, Latinas Go Red Houston Vestido Rojo. During the year she is frequently seen on both live and national TV interviews educating the community to help create awareness about heart disease in women. Dr. Landrau is a contributor to online publications and frequent podcast guest. She has been featured for several years in a row in H Texas Magazine, Houstonia Magazine, and continues to be recognized among Houston's Top Doctors. In her free time she enjoys reading, dancing, exercising and spending time outdoors with her husband and three children, ages 13, 13, and 11. Links and Resources: Dr. Carmen Landrau's website Time Stamps: [2:08] How Carmen got started in speaking [5:55] You don't have to be “ready” to get started [8:30] Belief that this isn't going to get you anywhere (it will) [9:38] We need to see others be successful [15:22] Connection is key to get past the bad days [16:40] Getting paid to speak [18:18] Take the risk, make it imperfect, then you can make changes [19:01] You don't realize who you're impacting and who's hearing you [20:12] Root for yourself, even when you're not feeling it [23:50] get to know who you are and who your audience is and price yourself right [24:18] Being on the stage is 5% of speaking [26:50] Speaking is a gift you're giving the audience [29:25] Getting started [31:30] You need two different marketing plans: online and in person [35:35] The different levels of Amber [37:39] You don't have to just talk about what you do for a living [40:40] Be true to yourself [43:40] Speak on topics where you're comfortable [45:18] Your passion will come to the surface in your talk [47:00] The hardest part of speaking: Mindset [52:13] You can only do so much, then you need to delegate
BuffStampede.com Publisher Adam Munsterteiger and Football Analyst William Gardner share their thoughts on Colorado's regular signing period additions, as well as their additions through the transfer portal.
The Mitsubishi Outlander filled the void left by the popular and capable Montero Sport and helped usher in a more comfortable crossover world for Mitsubishi loyalists. The Outlander made its North American presence known in 2003 with the first generation. Now on its fourth generation, the Outlander has grown and pushes the new Nissan-Renault-Mitsubishi roster of cars in the right direction. Sharing a platform with Nissan's Rogue, the latest Outlander still seats seven and uses style and features to help differentiate it from its platform-mate. The styling is bold and polarizing but should make Mitsu fans happy that the company is trying out interesting designs. Responsible for turning the wheels is a 2.5-liter Nissan-designed I4 that sends 181 hp and 181 lb-ft of torque through a continuously variable transmission to the front wheels or to an all-wheel-drive system. On this episode of Quick Spin, host Wesley Wren and west coast editor Mark Vaughn both spent time behind the wheel of the 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander. Wren takes you on a guided tour of the Outlander's interior and exterior before taking you along for a live drive review. Adding to these segments, Wren and Vaughn talk about Mitsubishi, share their experiences with their respective Outlanders and discuss the Outlander's features. Closing the show, the two talk about what makes the 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander special.
In this episode Bob talks about using the B word, dating 'Austin-The City', 'Gone With The Wind', the public library. 'Pumping P', pooping in peace, how to pronounce 'Meghan Thee Stalion', and presents the songs DOCTOR STRANGE, DR PEPPER, GODDESS, HERE AND THERE, HOLDING THE HORSES, KILLING MYSELF, THE PROBLEM WITH MEETING NEW PEOPLE and SPRAY TAN.
In this interview, portfolio advisor Michael Pento shares that he has been adding to gold and gold miners after being mostly out of gold since the summer of 2020. Michael explains why he believes there will be significant economic trouble in 2022 as the Federal Reserve begins to raise interest rates. He also discusses how he is managing his and his clients' portfolios in light of his economic analysis. Michael Pento serves as the President and Founder of Pento Portfolio Strategies (PPS). PPS is a Registered Investment Advisory Firm (RIA) that operates like an actively managed fund without all the expenses. The Model Portfolio uses a proprietary macroeconomic model to determine when and how to invest across an inflation/deflation and economic cycle spectrum. The 20-component model is used to determine the two most important factors when it comes to successful investing: the second derivatives of growth and inflation. Michael's website: https://pentoport.com/ Sign up for our free newsletter and receive interview transcripts, stock profiles and investment ideas: http://eepurl.com/cHxJ39 The content found on MiningStockEducation.com is for informational purposes only and is not to be considered personal legal or investment advice or a recommendation to buy or sell securities or any other product. It is based on opinions, SEC filings, current events, press releases and interviews but is not infallible. It may contain errors and MiningStockEducation.com offers no inferred or explicit warranty as to the accuracy of the information presented. If personal advice is needed, consult a qualified legal, tax or investment professional. Do not base any investment decision on the information contained on MiningStockEducation.com or our videos. We may hold equity positions in some of the companies featured on this site and therefore are biased and hold an obvious conflict of interest. MiningStockEducation.com may provide website addresses or links to websites and we disclaim any responsibility for the content of any such other websites. The information you find on MiningStockEducation.com is to be used at your own risk. By reading MiningStockEducation.com, you agree to hold MiningStockEducation.com, its owner, associates, sponsors, affiliates, and partners harmless and to completely release them from any and all liabilities due to any and all losses, damages, or injuries (financial or otherwise) that may be incurred.
The Rams are going to the Super Bowl again and haven't had a first round draft pick since 2016, so should the Seahawks adopt a similar approach with the long term futures of Russell Wilson, Pete Carroll, and John Schneider up in the air? Jake and Stacy take your calls throughout Monday's last hour. What I Need to Know finishes Monday. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A Thursday night DQ for violating the droop rule in qualifying couldn't slow down Brandon Overton at Golden Isles this weekend. We'll recap the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series season openers, talk about Bubba Raceway Park tonight, plus news from Blake Hahn and other weekend results.
Adding to last week's episode about resolutions, Kasie talks about one of the 5 that most people look to change - money. Just like last time, this episode is more about the mental state behind building and sustaining wealth versus the principles a person must do to accumulate it. She discusses with Chris what wealth really is and about five concepts that you would go through when trying to achieve it. One key to think about when listening is that wealth is not just about money. Tune in to see How to Live Wealthy Through a Therapist's Eyes.
In this episode, Mik and Jenn continue the discussion around Human Design. This time, around the 9 energy centers. Adding on to the 7 chakras we're used to, Human Design can tell us a lot about who we are and where we take on conditioning from others. Some things that we talked about in this episode:Mik has a new business! Check out The Inner Victory for your Reiki and business coaching needs!Joshua Tree Coffee is Mik and Jenn's favorite thing right now. You can check them out here.Find your Human design chart (for free!) on a couple of our favorite websites: Genetic Matrix or My BodygraphWant to learn more about Human Design? Some of our favorite resources and IGs:HUMAN DESIGN by Chetan ParkynErin Claire JonesHuman Design LadyHolly Maree (for Manifestors)Join our Patreon community for more exclusive content.*Note: As Amazon Associates, we earn from qualifying Amazon purchases.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chakrasandshotguns)
As we prepare to move to our new studio, Christmas came early this year with an Ask Dr. Jesse Thursday. The dangers of diversity quotas. You can tell how much someone cares about something based on how inclusive they want it to be. Marines weapons training. Ted Cruz joins the show. Top 3 hot sauces. Adding more people to Congress would end disastrously. General Patton death conspiracy. Trump losing re-election might've saved his life. Everything comes from a truck. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Welcome back to The Balanced Life podcast! To kick off this new season, we're focusing on nourishment and our relationship with food. This can be a complex subject for many of us, which is why we're looking at how to take a well-rounded and less complicated approach to food and nutrition. In this episode, we're joined by Tamar Samuels from Culina Health, who shares ways to enrich our overall wellness with practical and realistic advice. Tamar is a dietician, nutritionist, and co-founder of Culina Health who takes a holistic approach to help individuals heal their relationship with food. She discusses what causes inflammation, how to improve your sleep, easy additions to your diet, and so much more. Join Robin in this insightful and enriching conversation with Tamar. Show Highlights: What is inflammation and how does it affect our bodies? Foods that cause inflammation + foods that help reduce inflammation The difference between Omega-3 and Omega-6 How what you eat can impact your sleep and ways to improve it Adding to your diet instead of restricting The difference between a dieting mentality and making healthy changes The importance of making nutrition accessible Links: Get started with a 7-day free trial to The Sisterhood + get a free 4-week meal plan! Recipe Central Follow The Balanced Life on Instagram Learn more about Culina Health Follow Culina Health on Instagram Follow Tamar on Instagram
Building healthy and long-lasting relationships between dogs can be an art form. For small growing teams, maintaining positive relationships indoors and on the trails is essential. In this episode I sit down with fellow dog trainer Katie Sipple, and we talk about how to introduce a new dog into your home and how to avoid fights and conflict. Mentioned in this episode: Canine Communication and Body Language Resources: https://chicagovetbehavior.com Online Multi-Dog Household Course: https://wisemindcanine.com
Over 7.9 billion people in the planet and yet only a handful can claim to be successful. While others dare argue that those who do succeed are the “lucky few”, we believe that those who reach their dreams are the few who put in the work and made their own luck. We believe these few are the ones who left nothing to chance, made no excuses, and just pushed through! It's hard to fathom the idea of making your own luck when you've yet to experience it for yourself. But your own experiences aren't the only teachers you can learn from. Get ready for some serious education with Paul Hearding. By profession, Paul is an educator. He and his wife own a tutoring business where they do hands-on work of tutoring their own students. Besides his career, Paul is also kept busy by his weight lifting and fitness endeavors, taking part in different challenges including the Kaged Muscle Challenge, where he personally got to train with Kris. He wasn't always the fit and healthy person that he is today. Being an educator, his work can easily become a 12-hr job especially during school days. Adding to a busy work day, Paul lives in a community where the nearest grocery store is a 2-hr drive (to and from), and meal preparation has never been easy. Paul isn't exactly living in an environment that others would consider as highly-conducive for a fitness lifestyle. None the less, it was through hard work and dedication that Paul can enjoy having an amazing physique today! He wanted a healthy body and so he worked for it. He made NO excuses! Paul shares that the secret to his success is creating life-long commitments. Transformation after transformation, you build a lasting positive habits that keep you in shape no matter the circumstances. How exactly did Paul circumvent his circumstances? How does he fit time for workout into a schedule of 8 hours sleep, 12 hours of work, and still manage to perform other responsibilities? Why is 8 hours of sleep irreplaceable in his schedule? Check out this episodes to learn more about successfully navigating a volatile world filled with excuses by creating consistency in our daily life, leading up to a fit and healthy body. ---------------- Follow me on Instagram and feel free to DM about 1-1 online training @krisgethin Do you need elite sports supplements you can trust to help you achieve your goals in the gym and in life? Click here https://bit.ly/kgkaged Use the code Healthkik for 15% off all supplements For my preferred Biohacking and anti-aging supplements, go to https://bit.ly/kgbiostacklabs For a range of organic CBD tinctures, bath bombs and muscle recovery creams that I use for sleep, anxiety, joint/muscle pain and relaxation, go to https://bit.ly/kgeliteprocbd You heard me talking about it throughout this episode, MASSZYMES: A safe and natural digestive enzyme supplement for men and women which contains essential enzymes for better digestion, less bloating and relief from constipation and gas. Best of all you get an incredible 20% off discount. Just hit the link below! https://bit.ly/kgmasszymes Do you need elite supplements you can trust to help you achieve your goals in the gym--and in life? Click here https://bit.ly/kgkaged You heard me talking about it throughout this episode, MASSZYMES: A safe and natural digestive enzyme supplement for men and women which contains essential enzymes for better digestion, less bloating and relief from constipation and gas. Best of all you get an incredible 20% off discount. Just hit the link below! https://bit.ly/kgmasszymes
The world is speeding up and competition is increasing every day. What are you doing to stay ahead of that curve? Because here's what I know – doing the same-ol' things you did in 2021 will actually reap fewer rewards in 2022. It's time to decide what you'll add to your skills, offerings, actions, effort to make 2022 truly extraordinary.
This is part 2 of a two-part interview with Mary Ruddick. You can listen to part 1 here.I really enjoyed my conversation with Mary Ruddick. She's a practicing nutritionist and understands what works in “real life” versus what works in theory. We talked about what we're seeing in our practices and what has been working for our patients. Mary Ruddick is a seasoned medical nutritionist, researcher, and philanthropist who specializes in metabolic, immune, and nervous system disorders. She spent the last several years traveling throughout Africa, the Blue Zones, and throughout remote regions of the world to observe the diets of those not affected by chronic, infectious, or emergent disease. She is currently studying with tribes throughout Latin and South America while concurrently conducting a twelve-month study on Neuropathy in the States.We discuss the following:0:52 Thoughts on microbiome. Do we need diversity?1:57 Fiber is a tool 3:48 Plant fiber for short-term fatty acids6:27 Thoughts on skin microbiome12:55 Thoughts on not eating fish because of mercury and PFAs16:19 Buying conventional meat18:42 Adding fish for omega-3s 21:26 Histamine issues on carnivore 27:35 Histamine symptoms to foods that are meat-based29:34 Antihistamine probiotics in kimchi and kefir30:37 Lifestyle component is important 36:32 Believe that your body is healing38:41 Nervous system and mental health41:06 The Blue Zone diet46:36 Insights on popular diets like the Blue Zone, Mediterranean and vegetarian diets49:03 Greatest tips learned through traveling54:28 Where to find Mary Ruddick57:35 Outro ____RESOURCES- Mary Ruddick: https://www.enableyourhealing.com/- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maryruddickcnc- YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/captainsoup- Captain Soup: https://captainsoup.com/- Cows4Kids: https://www.cows4kids.com/- Back to Joy: https://www.backtojoyprogram.com/- Enable Your Healing Sessions: https://www.enableyourhealing.com/schedule____CHECK OUT MY BOOK, Carnivore CureSIGN UP FOR MY WEEKLY NEWSLETTER: _____ ADDITIONAL RESOURCESNutrition with Judy ArticlesNutrition with Judy ResourcesCutting Against the Grain Podcast_____ FIND ME
Today we are diving into digital marketing strategies and how they can help you generate leads for your real estate investing business. For many entrepreneurs, adding digital marketing strategies to your business can be a bit intimidating in the beginning. However, today's guest Bryan Driscoll is here to simplify this for you. If digital marketing is something you don't want to tackle yourself, he's here to help. Bryan is a real estate investor as well as a digital marketing and SEO expert. He is the Co-Founder of Motivated Leads which is a digital marketing agency that helps real estate investors expand their portfolios quickly by generating quality motivated seller leads. Show Notes: This is a great show if you want some actionable tips for generating leads online. As a bonus, you're going to get a million-dollar tip in this show that will greatly change your response rates for your marketing, and it won't cost you a dime. All you need to do is implement it! Bryan's unlikely path into real estate investing How Bryan took his knowledge of SEO and his business partner's expertise with Facebook Ads to build a profitable lead generation company, Motivated Leads Using his desire to help other real estate investors have the same success he was having led to the creation of his own business Adding digital marketing strategies to your own business The type of leads Motivated Leads generates Leads vs deals; the data tell the whole story when you track your numbers Adding a calendar link to your motivated seller texts Key pointers for generating motivated seller leads using Facebook ads Tips for building successful partnerships and the one thing you need to look at closely when choosing a partner What makes their business different from all the other businesses providing the same services How much you should budget for Facebook ads when you're just starting out Bryan's final advice for anyone interested in adding these strategies to your own business Want to Get in Touch with Bryan? Reach out to Bryan to learn more about how he can help you through his website, Motivated Leads, or by sending him an email at Bryan@Motivated-leads.com Resources Mentioned in this Show Carrot Websites: Just Click Here Book: Fascinate by Sally Hogshead Calendar Scheduling Tool: Calendly Louisville Gal's Real Estate Blog Stop by the Louisville Gal's Real Estate Blog for more great content and some awesome freebies. .
Growing is as much a part of business as breathing is a part of life. It could be the smaller (but VERY important) types of expansion such as growing as a teacher and musician, finding a supportive teacher community to join, or recruiting new students. It could also be the more major types of growth like: Going to work for someone else – an institution or music school Becoming your own boss, transitioning to or adding online teaching Adding additional teachers to your studio Starting a music school Starting a YouTube channel Or maybe even initiating that side hustle that's been lingering in your imagination for years. Whatever the scope of your expansion, I guarantee you ARE growing. So, let's take a bit of a deeper look at how to do so in a way that brings you more confidence and happiness!
On episode 435, I bring on Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World book author and statistician Fred Hazleton to review the 2022 version of the book and review Genie plus, resort, dining polls, charts, reviews, touring plans and answer your questions. Featuring Geeks questions and one of our listeners will be getting a free copy of the book/guide. Stay tune after the interview with Fred and I'll reveal the winner. New stuff for 2022 How they work on the book Adding artificial intelligence to touring plans algorithms Genie Plus Peek into polls and tables in book Some of Fred's favorites Food and Resorts reviews from book New and coming attractions Touring plan mistakes people make in each park Contribute to the show at www.patreon.com/geekinonwdw Show tshirts available at our Teepublic store Email me at curt.stone@GeekinOnWDW.com Reach Momma and Auntie Judy for trip planning – TravelinTiaras@gmail.com
Today we're joined by Geoffrey Verity Schofield and Alex Leonidas to discuss the following: 0:00- Intro 0:30- Introduction to AlphaDestiny 2:30- Operation smile donation 2:50- Bear Mode 9:00- Alex bulking up 10:30- Progressive overload over time 12:50- Gains after year 5 17:00- Compliments from others 21:00- Understanding why you want to get lean 24:25- Is it worth it? 29:00- What you want influencing what impresses you 31:40- What physique do women prefer? 35:00- Neck gains 41:50- Neck harness vs holding plates 44:30- Adding side flexions 46:25- Partials 54:00- Which movements to use partials for 55:30- Pull ups 1:00:00- Goals for 2022 Website and Coaching: https://brainsandgainspodcast.com/Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DaveMaconi Smile Fund: https://secure.operationsmile.org/sit...Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dave_maconi/
In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin coach four Pump Heads via Zoom. Mind Pump Fit Tip: For long-term fat loss success, walking is better than running. (4:03) The various temperaments of children. How much is nature versus nurture? (15:22) How the universe may be pixelated. (25:05) Would you buy a house in the metaverse? (28:48) Are women not as competitive as men? (35:28) The remarkable results from using Joovv. (43:26) How people can take something out of context to attack you. (48:45) The downstream effects of these mandates. (56:13) Volcanos are scary! (57:40) How Sal is using Organifi's protein power on his latest bulk. (59:38) #ListenerLive question #1 – What would be a checklist to optimize muscle growth over 1 to 2 years, to put on 10-15 pounds of muscle? (1:06:49) #ListenerLive question #2 – How can I train to specifically fix an imbalance in my lower body from a previous injury? (1:24:03) #ListenerLive question #3 – What are some ways to get your child to exercise? (1:33:11) #ListenerLive question #4 – How can I tell if my workout is working for me? (1:43:07) Related Links/Products Mentioned Ask a question to Mind Pump, live! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org January Promotion (#1): NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS SPECIAL BUNDLE OFFERS January Promotion (#2): MAPS Anabolic 50% off **Code “JANUARY50” at checkout** What is NEAT and Why Should You Care About it? - Mind Pump Blog The Best Cardio For Continued Fat Loss – Mind Pump Blog Scientists Say the Universe Itself May Be “Pixelated” Watch Rick and Morty on Adult Swim Sotheby's Selling First Real Home in the Metaverse Using NFT Tech Study casts doubt on theory that women aren't as competitive as men Visit Joovv for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! Red Light Therapy for Skin Health | Joovv Billionaire investor Chamath Palihapitiya says ‘nobody cares' about Uyghur genocide in China All-In Podcast E63: Insurrection indictments, human rights in the US and abroad, groundbreaking MS study and more Canadian truckers block highway at US border to protest Covid vaccine mandates How the volcanic eruption near Tonga unfolded and the aftermath — in images Visit Organifi for the exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code “MINDPUMP” at checkout** Gourmet Cookies - Twisted Sugar Visit ZBiotics for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! Pros and Cons of Creatine – Mind Pump Blog Mind Pump #1345: 6 Ways To Optimize Sleep For Faster Muscle Gain And Fat Loss How To Correct An Imbalance Between The Right & Left Side Of The Body – Mind Pump Podcast The BEST Single Leg Exercise You Are Not Doing! (TWO VARIATIONS) - Mind Pump TV MAPS Fitness Prime Pro MAPS Suspension Training SUSPENSION TRAINER – Mind PUMP STORE How To Do The Sled Push The RIGHT Way! (AVOID MISTAKES!) - Mind Pump TV MAPS Fitness Performance Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Gary Vay-Ner-Chuk (@garyvee) on Instagram Mike Mutzel, MS (@metabolic_mike) Instagram Chamath Palihapitiya (@chamath) Twitter Jordan Peterson (@jordan.b.peterson) Instagram Paul Chek (@paul.chek) Instagram Mike Boyle (website)
Try to remember that all behavior is caused, and working to find why it happened, rather than resorting to blame or judgment :) Let's look at how behavior in our own lives and others has been reinforced. Positive and Negative don't mean good or bad in this skill set. It's about adding or taking away! Adding a "reward" (even if it's not effective) is positive. Removing pain or providing relief is a negative reinforcer! Also, my asthma is rough today! Thanks for listening! PS Dialectics is incompatible with blame!!!! Be an effective project! :D
Courtney is joined by Cara Richardson, Spa Trouve's Corporate Esthetic Manager, to talk about the importance of adding aggressive treatments to your routine. They go over their favorite treatment combinations that you may not have thought of! Instagram: @skincarewithcara @courtneyspatrouve @spatrouve @theglowbosspodcast Websites: spatrouve.com shopspatrouve.com
In this Marketing Over Coffee: In this episode learn about using music in your strategy and tactics with Cannes Lion Award Winner Samantha Parvin! Direct Link to File Brought to you by our sponsors: BlueShift and Terminus Starting at Doppler Studios Global Music Consultant at Coca-Cola Why a Brand is Better than a Record Label […] The post Adding Music to Marketing with Sam Parvin appeared first on Marketing Over Coffee Marketing Podcast.
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Episode 17 - What are airdrops, hard forks, soft forks and governance tokens? I need to start off by saying this is not financial advice so if you are looking for that this show isn't for you. The content of this podcast episode is for informational purposes only. The opinions expressed here are not meant to be taken as financial, investment, or any other advice. Airdrops, hard forks, soft forks, and governance tokens. I know, I know…more terms for you to hear and digest. For those of you who are still trying to grasp this whole cryptocurrency environment I don't think these terms will make or break you. Adding more crypto tools like these into your crypto toolbox will ultimately help you in your future crypto endeavors. With thousands of cryptocurrencies in circulation the number of people purchasing and investing in digital coins is rising. FOLLOW US ON:Facebook - @crypto101show or https://www.facebook.com/The-Crypto-101-Show-100158338867665Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/crypto101show/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/Crypto101show Sign up for our newsletter - email@example.com Produced by The Wild 1 Media www.thewild1media.com. Check out our other podcasts-https://darksidediaries.sounder.fmhttps://anchor.fm/ttmyghhttps://anchor.fm/morning-joe-rant-show
How can you manage your time as a busy mom? How can you work on your dreams when the mountain of laundry is calling your name and the kids are home from school because of covid again!? Today we are talking about how to manage your time using the power pockets method. As well as, the microwave minute. I know that time management feels challenging as a busy mom and that's because most of the time our days are unpredictable, like our kids. Cara was one of those people that used to schedule in her day hour-by-hour — until she had kids that is! How can you use those tiny minute chunks throughout the day and maximize them? Because sometimes that's all that we get as a busy mom — those tiny chunks. Power pockets are a different way to look at your schedule. It does require one hard thing though, and that is ditching the mindset of perfection in our schedule. Ditching the: “I can't work on this goal until my kids are older” thoughts. Let's map out your power pockets strategically today! FREE GOAL SETTING SERIES: https://apurposedrivenmom.com/goals A PURPOSE DRIVEN MOM SHOW NOTES: apurposedrivenmom.com/podcast194/
In this episode I'm talking to Liz Williams who has had a dog hiking business in the Bay Area since 2015. In early 2020, sparked by pandemic shut downs, she started selling the biothane leashes she'd been making for herself. Her initial audience was other local pet professionals. In the last year and a half, she's expanded the product business to offer more variety and reach dog lovers across the country. She shared with me some of the keys to starting and growing a product business while simultaneously continuing to operate the dog hike services. It has a lot to do with hiring help and building trust with your team so you can learn to let go. Should you offer products to your clients, local community or pet lovers around the country? Come brainstorm about it in the Wear Wag Repeat Labs Facebook group. There are other petpreneurs in there who juggle multiple businesses, too! The rest of the shownotes can be found at wearwagrepeat.com/podcast
The Audi Q5 joined Audi's lineup right before the start of the last decade. Kicking off in 2009, Audi's midsize crossover launched to the front of its pack in terms of sales and rode the crossover craze into success. Now mid-way through its second generation, the Audi Q5 sticks to the basic crossover formula of sitting high, seating plenty and carrying even more. Though, Audi also jumped on the trend of trading some of the cargo space for some extra style. This Audi Q5 Sportback does exactly that. This crossover coupe, as some call it, adds more style to the Q5's bones and gives crossover buyers more options. Under the hood of this Audi is the 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that sends its 261 hp and 273 lb-ft of torque through a seven-speed automatic transmission into the Quattro all-wheel-drive system. On this episode of Quick Spin, Wesley Wren hops behind the wheel of this 2021 Audi Q5 and puts it through its paces. Wren walks you around this crossover coupe and highlights some of his favorite features. Wren then takes you along on a live drive review and tells you about the Q5's driving dynamics. Adding to this, Wren talks with Mark Vaughn about Audi, the Q5 and the world of crossovers. Closing the show, the pair discuss what makes the 2021 Q5 Sportback special.
We celebrate declaring boyfriends for the Guardians instead of “The Cleveland Team.” Pals Pottymouth and Patti choose pals Yu Chang and Bobby Bradley. For the Mets, Pottymouth looks to Yadi fan Tomás Nido, while Patti goes local with Adam Jones fan Khalil Lee. International Signing Day brings a phenomenon to the Nationals and “Little Altuve” to the Blue Jays. The League brought a disappointing economic proposal to the player's union making it even less likely spring training will start on time. Adding to our list of what cannot happen during a lockout, we learn that if a player is pulled over for a DWI, the team can neither assist or discipline, yet. Players can announce retirements, however, so we wish Jon Lester well, offer thanks for the memories.This is the week Rachel Balkovec became the first woman manager of a minor league team, Katie Krall's hiring makes the Red Sox the first team with two women on the coaching staff, and the Blue Jays join the tiny groundswell, adding Jaimie Vieira as a minor league hitting coach. Winter Ball playoffs are winding up, and the independent Atlantic League ends their robo-ump and pitching mound experiments. Orioles Park moves the left field wall in an effort to lose the Coors Field East nickname. We say travesty, Wordle, and flask.Get boosted, fight the man, and find us on Twitter @ncibpodcast, on Facebook @nocryinginbball, Instagram @nocryinginbball and on the Interweb at nocryinginbball.com. Please take a moment to subscribe to the show, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to NCiB. Become a supporter at Patreon to help us keep doing what we do. Say goodnight, Pottymouth.
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I've been noticing lately that a lot of people are talking about not seeing the engagement they want inside their Facebook group. It's frustrating to feel like no one's seeing your content - especially since you want your group to be your main source of clients. In this episode my Client Success Manager Lauren and I chat about why your group engagement has decreased and share our best practices to shift the momentum in your favor. We discuss: Why people put too much pressure on engagement in their group Top reasons why you're not seeing engagement in your group How to shift your approach in creating and putting out content Connect with Market Like a Boss! Join us for the Accelerate Your Audience Bootcamp. This bootcamp is designed to help you add 100 dream clients to your group in 30 days. Adding the right members to your group will not only boost engagement, but will also lead to repeatable income each month. Book your Accelerate to 10K call today to help you strategize on how to make a $10K month from your group! Listen + Subscribe on ITUNES or STITCHER I'd greatly appreciate a podcast rating and review so that this podcast can reach more women! Search for the podcast in your podcast app (Market Like a Boss) Scroll down and click 5 stars Tap “Write a Review” & enter a brief review Press send
4 Aspects of Programming for Better Muscle or Strength Gains Building muscle and building strength are not the same thing. But the programming topics we discuss today can certainly help with both. And let us remember that muscle mass is the potential for strength gains. With that, a body builder's goal is to put on as much muscle mass as possible, while a power lifter or olympic lifter are working to get as strong as possible within their sports. And these athletes' training can look very different. So, let's look at four aspects of your training and programming that can affect your muscle gains and/or strength gains. Take what makes sense, what you can apply and leave the rest, as usual. All of these aspects are after ONE THING - mechanical tension. Adding new mechanical tension to the muscle group(s) you're trying to grow. That doesn't mean more time under tension, though that can be one way to add tension. You'll see that load, and other demands like range of motion, or angles used also add mechanical tension. First up, my favorite Tempo Tempo in short is the amount of time in each phase of movement - so your lowering, ascending, top and bottom positions - also referred to as lengthening phase being eccentric, and shortening being concentric. Obviously if we add time to any of these phases, we increase the time under tension - the literal amount of time your muscles spend working. That is if other programming factors like sets and reps remain the same. I also encourage you to keep load in mind when adding time to tempo. Due to more time under tempo, the load may need to come down. This is very dependent on the amount of time that is added and what the scheduled RPE or intensity is. But if we are attempting to add muscle, we definitely want the change in tempo to be a new, challenging stimulus. That is, after all, the point. For instance if the previous programming was 4x4 @ 85lbs on a 126.96.36.199 tempo, and you want to alter tempo to add time under tension, that new programming might look like 4x4 @85 on a 188.8.131.52 tempo. We've now added 1 second of tension per rep at the same load and volume. Tiny change - very different experience and stimulus. Bless. The simplicity is what we're after. Simplicity that can be highly effective. From a client perspective this also changes just enough to not get bored. On paper it is barely a change at all, but now they're effectively doing pause squats or bench. Two down, two at the bottom or at the chest, then powering out. This is what I want coaches to understand about program design. More often than not, very little change is needed to create change of stimulus. And change of stimulus or increased stimulus is all that we're after! That covers slowing tempo down. You can be very extreme with that, or you can use tempo to add an explosive element to the movement. We know that muscle fibers respond to the demand that is imposed upon them. There is potential to get after more type 2a and b muscle fibers by working explosively. I like to use intent here. Like I mentioned with squats, “powering out of the hole.” Or powering off the chest with bench. In tempo you can add an ‘x' or a 0 to communicate this intent. Speed and/or velocity is the goal with using a DECREASED tempo. Alright, let's move on to the one of the most basic aspects of training one can use to alter stimulus… Volume Though we won't dive into both of these - I do want you to keep in mind overall work load or volume for a given session, as well as the volume you're progressing exercise to exercise, phase to phase. So the focus right now is - How many sets and reps are you or your client completing of a given exercise? Like tempo, you can change nothing else but sets and reps. Add a set, or add a rep per set with the goal of keeping factors like load and rest the same. This is likely not going to work for a more advanced lifter.
Welcome to Low Carb Conversations with Leah Williamson and Holly Jean Mullen, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioners. This week Leah chats with Accredited Nutritional Therapist, Advanced Sports Exercise Nutritional Adviser Clinical Weight Loss Practitioner and Keto Blogger at FatForWeightLoss, Aaron Day. Aaron was on the podcast a couple of years back discussing the secrets of Keto Cooking. This time is Aaron is discussing the pros and cons of adding carbs back into your diet after mastering Keto. What are the benefits of doing this? Aaron shares his tips and tricks and it is not just about heading out for a hamburger and fries (sorry to disappoint!) Listen in as Leah and Aaron predict the top Food and Nutrition trends for 2022 – grab your chillable wine and listen in! Article: How to lose weight healthily, according to science – and the diet myths that do more harm than good EatingWell's Top 10 Food & Nutrition Trends for 2022 Resource: 362: Aaron Day from Fat for Weight Loss Shares the secrets to Keto Cooking Fat for Weight Loss This episode is sponsored by Outer Aisle Gourmet. To shop our favorite low carb, grain and gluten free Sandwich Thins and Pizza Crusts, click here and use code LOWCARBPODCAST at checkout to save 10% off your order Learn more about becoming a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner here. TRY the Nutritional Therapy 101 FREE 7 Day course and get a taste of what you can learn! Ways you can help support the Podcast! We are truly appreciative of any support you can give to the podcast! Here are some ways you can help us reach more people each week: SUBSCRIBE to the podcast (if you don't already) so it automatically downloads for you each week and you never miss an episode. REVIEW – Leave a review on Apple Podcasts – it does not take very long to do and this really helps get the podcast seen by others. RECOMMEND the podcast to your friends and family – recommendations from someone you know and trust are always invaluable. DONATE – If you love the show and our content, consider making a donation by clicking the “Donate” now Pay Pal button on the right side of the website. GET SOCIAL – Join the Facebook Group, like the Facebook Page, and NOW ON INSTAGRAM GO SHOPPING using any affiliate links we post if you are thinking of buying a book or product we mention or recommend. We appreciate you, our listeners, and your support of the podcast allows us to reach more listeners, book amazing guests, and spread the messages of honest nutrition, health, and wellness. Thank you so much! Listen or subscribe with Siri or Alexa. Low-Carb Conversations Production by Kevin Kennedy-Spaien of Disc Of Light Media. Theme and interstitial music: Out of It (Rambling Man Remixes) by Andrew Bowden (c) copyright 2011 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/andrewbowden/33629 Ft: Brad Sucks
Today, I'm talking to Christine Benz. Christine is the Director of Personal Finance at Morningstar, one of the largest research institutions in the financial world. She's the author of 30-Minute Money Solutions: A Step-by-Step Guide to Managing Your Finances and the Morningstar Guide to Mutual Funds: 5-Star Strategies for Success and a prolific all-around writer on the topic of retirement. Whenever I put together our Weekend Reading emails, which we send out every Friday, it's hard for me not to include one of Christine's articles. She has an incredible range of knowledge and expertise and a unique perspective that has proven to be invaluable throughout her career. In today's conversation, we discuss the path Christine took into the world of finance. We dig into the benefits and drawbacks of being an individual investor and simple strategies you can apply right now to build a strong foundation to retire–no matter what stage of life you're in. And on top of that, Christine graciously answered several questions from our Weekend Reading subscribers on topics including asset allocation, cryptocurrency, inflation, and more. I thoroughly enjoyed having her on the show, and I'm sure you'll get a lot of value out of this episode as well. Enjoy! Show Notes: RetireWithPurpose.com/264 Rate & Review the Podcast: RetireWithPurpose.com/review Weekly Retirement Newsletter: RetireWithPurpose.com/weekend-reading
Hello everyone, and welcome back to a brand new episode of Elevating Early Childhood.Before we start, let me ask you a question: What's in your block center?If you're looking for ways to spice up your block center or help your kids get the most out of the block center, then this episode is for you!Because, let me tell you, when your block center is well-stocked and organized, student engagement will skyrocket!But how do you make sure yours checks all the right boxes and is as successful as it can be?Tune in to this episode to find out!Ready? Let's dive in! Key Takeaways:Setting up a successful block center doesn't have to be hard (00:00)Adding natural items (02:55)Dollar store finds! (06:12)Things that go (08:45)Where does it go? (13:06)We the People (14:36)Don't "leaf" these out! (18:37)What kind of blocks to use? (19:49)"Do not touch!" (22:37)Use center signs (23:36)Bring literacy into your block center (24:07)How to make block center clean-up a breeze (27:11)Add things to complement your themes (29:46)How much space do you need? (31:49)Here's how to manage your students in the block center (34:33) Additional Resources:- Visit our website to find tons of pre-K teaching resources here.- Get my book “Teach Smarter: Literacy Strategies for Early Childhood Teachers”.- Learn more about my exclusive mentorship program, “Teaching Trailblazers”.- Get my FREE center essentials guide here.- Shop your block center products here.- Grab editable center labels here.- Grab editable center signs here.- Learn more about my block center here. Elevating Early Childhood is an early education podcast dedicated to helping Pre-K, Preschool, and Kindergarten teachers teach better, save time, and live more.If you enjoy the podcast, please follow, rate, and leave a review on your favorite podcast platform.--Onward & Upward!--Disclaimer:Pre-K Pages is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program. The word “affiliate” means that we may earn a small commission if/when you click on or make purchases via these links at no additional cost to you.As a policy, the Company will only affiliate with products, services, consultants or experts that we believe will provide value to our customers and followers.You recognize that it remains your personal responsibility to investigate whether any affiliate offers are right for you and will benefit you. You will not rely on any recommendation, reference, or information provided by the Company but will instead conduct your own investigation and will rely upon your investigation to decide whether to purchase the affiliate product or service.
Ever wondered how much salt you should add to your food? As both a chef and an RD, Prep Dish founder Allison Schaaf has a unique perspective on the best way to salt food, from both a health and a culinary perspective. She shares her best tips today! *These recommendations should not be taken as medical advice and you should of course consult your doctor for any medical concerns related to salt. Most sodium in people's diet comes from processed foods. If you're using Prep Dish meal plans, you are likely not eating much processed food. In addition, vegetables contain potassium, which balances out sodium in your body. Adding salt brings out the natural flavor in healthy foods like vegetables. It can help reduce bitter flavors as well! Here are 3 things to think about when salting your food: Salt and Taste as You Go: This is especially true for things like soup, but is always a good idea! Use a Salt Cellar Instead of a Shaker: Use your hands to add salt. This makes it easier to judge how much salt you're adding. Salt from High Above the Food: This gives a more even distribution of salt. Connect with Allison: PrepDish.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/prepdish/ Get your FREE mealplan at PrepDish.com/podcast OR text the word mealprep to 33777 Resources mentioned in this podcast: Get your free trial at prepdish.com/mpm for two weeks of free meal plans! 10 Items Delicious with Just Salt & Pepper: https://prepdish.com/podcast-show-notes/ep86/ How Much Salt to Season Food Properly: https://prepdish.com/meal-planning/how-much-salt-to-season-food-properly/
Automation testing is complex. Adding to it the complexity of getting the suitable environments in place can hold you back from scaling your tests. In this episode, Tommy McClung, founder of Release and a building-scalable-infrastructure expert, will share how using on-demand environments for automation in development, staging, and production can accelerate your testing efforts. Discover why environments play a critical factor in Agile development, how it assists testers, automation, and much more. Listen up!
Tommy Sowers is a true renaissance man with an incredible resume. He is an entrepreneur, academic, politician and a decorated Military officer with an 11-year career in the Army, having achieved the rank of Major. He has taught at West Point, the University of Missouri and Duke. He also served as the Assistant Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs.Tommy is currently the President of flyExclusive, which is the fastest growing private jet charter in the United States, located in Kinston, North Carolina. Tommy and I discuss the future of private aviation and how COVID-19 has impacted the demand for private jet ownership. Tommy also talks about cofounding GoldenKey, a venture backed firm which disrupted the buying and selling of homes. The company raised $3.7 million in funding and was sold in 2018.Tommy graduated first in his class at the Special Forces Qualification Course, and we talk about how his military training and time as a Green Beret prepared him for diverse leadership challenges. Tommy completed his undergraduate from Duke University and earned his MSc and PhD from the London School of Economics.This episode has a lot of great insights on leadership, dealing with adversity and adapting to different work environments and situations. Also … if you have dreams and aspirations about flying private or owning a jet, you'll want to tune in.Discussion Topics:(1:47) Duke basketball & being a seven-foot Army Ranger.(4:45) Private jet travel and sales during the COVID era.(14:14) Investment trends in the private aviation industry.(20:56) Adding innovative technical jobs in North Carolina.(26:15) The economics of jet ownership. Does it make financial sense?(29:00) Becoming an entrepreneur, founding GoldenKey and raising venture capital.(35:54) University education and teaching styles.(41:40) Special Forces mindset to help with career and life transitions.(49:35) Veteran career transition advice.(53:33) Rapid fire questions.
Today on the Zeoli Show, Rich discussed the failure by Biden and his administration after the Supreme Court ruled against his vaccine mandate for all private businesses with 100 employees or more. Adding to the growing list of his failures. Now we're not just seeing Democrats flee from Biden's agenda but also them swarm against Vice President Harris to block her chances from ever attempting to run for President in 2024. Politics is a dirty business. 6:02-Supreme Court strikes down President Biden's vaccine mandate 6:04-NEWS 6:07-Tom Brady addresses not shaking Nick Foles' hand during Super Bowl LII 6:12-Studies finding COVID lives in fat cells 6:25-Rich's playlist theme today 629-Philadelphia not providing full COVID hospitalization rates 6:40-The most misquoted movies lines ever 7:02-NEWS 7:06-The Supreme Court strikes down Biden's vaccine mandate on employers 7:09-SCOTUS does keep vaccine mandate for healthcare workers 7:30-Biden's failures continue to rise 7:35-Democrats are trying to push Vice President Harris out before 2024 7:38-Politics is the revenge business 7:45- CUT SHEET | Biden starts yelling about counting the votes | Biden wants the media to stop the misinformation on their own shows | Just google how you can find COVID tests | Psaki says Biden will continue to push businesses to implement a vaccine mandate. 8:05-Dr. Oz calls out Dr. Fauci in latest ad for Senate in PA to a debate 8:08-Fauci's failures will be seen and heard at the local election levels 8:12-Tom Brady did not shake Nick Foles' hand during Super Bowl LII 8:17-Western Washington University may cancel their Viking mascot 8:21-NEWS 8:25-What are acceptable pizza toppings? 8:38-Is Philadelphia going to fire unvaccinated first responders? 9:00-NEWS 9:05-Brandon Katz, Entertainment Host & Creator for the Morning Brew, joined to discuss the latest movie in the "Scream" franchise which includes many from the original cast. Hollywood is also see delays again for some of their big movies in early 2022. 9:38-New Jersey town protests against the building of a Chick-Fil-A 9:40-CUT SHEET | Flashback to when the Democrats, including Biden, were against the nuclear option in the Senate | ABC News-This inflation could derail an economy | Novak Djokovic has visa revoked and faces possible deportation | Jim Belushi believes his brother John suffered from CTE | Buffalo Bills' QB Josh Allen's secret weapon for playing in the cold 9:55-Final Thoughts Photo by: Pool / Pool
The Mediterranean Diet is one of the world's healthiest ways of eating, and for good reason! There's a large body of research touting its benefits which is why I think it's a great place to start from if you're looking to make smart shifts in your diet for the benefit of your skin. This does not mean that other traditional cuisines aren't as good for your skin, by the way. After careful consideration, it seems like a great place to start if you're looking to make changes that could be gradual rather than some sort of change that many find unsustainable. While it focuses heavily on plant-based foods with lots of healthy fats, it also balances everything with lean sources of protein -- which you must recall, protein intake is crucial to helping your skin and your health! If you're not sure where to start, my guest today is an absolute expert to help inspire you to try some new recipes and encourage you to get back in the kitchen to start cooking! Suzy Karadsheh is the founder of TheMediterraneanDish.com, the leading site for modern Mediterranean cooking and lifestyle. She has been featured on ACCESS, Barron's, Today, HuffPost, as well as Good Housekeeping, Well and Good, Food Network's Delish, Shape, Pure Wow, The Kitchn, and more. Suzy was born and raised by the shores of the Mediterranean in Port Said, Egypt, and now and lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband, their two daughters, and dog Max. . Join us as we discuss the basics of the Mediterranean Diet, and some practical tips for incorporating it. Has changing the way you eat helped your skin? Let me know in the comments! In this episode: What is the Mediterranean Diet? How to get started eating the Mediterranean way How to choose extra virgin olive oil What is za'atar? Tips for making fresh parsley last longer in the fridge Quotes “We eat more of the vegetables, fruits, legumes, grains. We focus a lot on healthy fats. So my fat of choice to cook with is extra virgin olive oil. We do more fish than most other cultures do.” [2:46] “Eat with the season, use whole foods and above all, share.” [8:30] Links Find Suzy online Check out Suzy's FREE Mediterranean Diet Meal Plan Italian Sausage and Lentils with Fennel Mediterranean Spinach Stew with Chickpeas Homemade Basil Pesto More Mediterranean Diet resources Follow Suzy on Instagram | Facebook | YouTube | Pinterest
Let's tackle one of my most commonly asked questions - and that's how to build healthy toddler meals and snacks that are filling, and well balanced. In this episode I'm going to be giving you the details on My Little Eater's signature formula for how to build meals for toddlers the way a dietitian mom would! It really is the easiest way to check off all the boxes nutritionally and keep your toddler full until their next meal, so they aren't constantly left hungry and asking for snacks shortly after eating. My Little Eater's FFP formula is a favourite amongst graduates of my Feeding Toddlers online course (now on sale for 20% off!), because it's also so easy to remember and takes the guesswork out of meal planning! Anytime MLE parents are packing lunches, doling out a snack or meal planning for a couple days, they just have to remember this simple FFP formula and can easily mix-and-match foods that work to fit the framework without ever doubting if it's balanced enough. In the episode, I provide detailed food ideas that fall into each of the “FFP” categories so you can get started right away! Leave a review and win! Let's make 2022 the best year for The My Little Eater Podcast and get these valuable episodes out to all parents who need it! I couldn't do this without you, and would be So grateful if you'd leave me a rating and review. All you need to do is head over to Apple Podcasts - even just a quick line about what you loved about the podcast episode, or a struggle that it's helped you through can really help! As a thank you you'll be entered to win a 15 minute call with me where you can ask me anything about feeding. Just make sure to leave your Instagram handle so I can find you if you're the lucky winner :) ♥ Listen on Apple Podcasts ♥ Listen on Spotify ♥ Listen on Google Podcasts Additional Resources: FEEDING TODDLERS ONLINE COURSE: https://mylittleeater.com/feeding-toddlers/ From January 10th-17th, 2022 you can now get the Feeding Toddlers Course for 20% off! Don't miss out on this sale! If you have a toddler or child aged 12 months to 8 years, and you want to learn more about building healthy, balanced meals to keep them full, help them grow and save your sanity - this is the best time to get the course! It will give you all the tips and tricks to prevent or manage picky eating and learn how to enjoy stress free, happy mealtimes as a family. Enroll now and get started early on curbing unwanted mealtime behaviours before they start, overcome picky eating and set your toddler up to be an adventurous eater! Use the code “TODDLER” BABY LED FEEDING ONLINE COURSE: https://mylittleeater.com/baby-led-feeding/ And of course, if you haven't reached the toddler stage yet and are delving into starting solids with your little one, let me help you on your journey and enroll in my Baby Led Feeding Online Course! Not only will it help you start solids with confidence, it will ensure you have the knowledge to gently push your baby through textures to prevent picky eating and be healthy in all aspects! Skip To… All about my Feeding Toddler course and the value it provides (1:17) The theory behind MLE's formula for building a healthy and nutritious toddler meal (3:48) The FFP formula for building the best snacks and meals! (9:08) Adding the additional “P” to FFP (14:32) Foods that fit in each category (15:36)