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10:00- A caller said that he blames the Alumni for their involvement or lack thereof and thinks they need to do more and less to help the WFT. 19:50- What did you think about Dan Snyder's appearance at the Sean Taylor tribute? 31:00- The guys talk about a winning culture. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sullivan County Manager Derek Ferland is here as we talk about the events in Claremont the weekend prior, Alumni weekend, Chili Cookoff, Fall Festival and more. We talk about the plane named after Sullivan County, Derek's work in the Air Force with these planes, and how the airshow was. We talk about the nursing home project, the sober housing project, trails and much more.
This week Koozie calls into the podcast, the lads talk the Wilder-Fury fight, Trace's dad, Hogg dyes his hair blonde, autonomous weapons (killer robots), the rules for returning to campus as an alum, a caller convinces us to revisit Mr. Pibb in the debate vs. Dr. Pepper, and Hogg breaks huge news to his parents VIA THE POD. Ridiculous.
Mike Max talks with Park Center Football Head Coach Jordan Sallis about his road to becoming the head coach at his alumni, taking on teaching responsibilities, his Seniors being an example and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Our guest for this episode is Natasha Tan, Assistant Director, Major Gifts at Nanyang Technological University (NTU). Heather and Brad congratulate Natasha on her new role with NTU and discuss the differences between Australian and Singaporean cultures of giving back. Also, hear how her experience in the CASE Graduate Trainee Programme shaped her decision around wanting to make an impact, including ensuring every student gets equal opportunities in educational endeavours.
If you a burnt-out and overwhelmed photographer, and you're not sure how to stay sane right now, then this episode was literally made for you!Jess is one of my Alumni students from my Outsourcing Made Easy for Photographers program and she shares how she went from working long hours 7 days a week, missing precious time with her husband and 2 boys, and just feeling plain overworked to sunshine + rainbows. She said that she was basically able to find more freedom for herself in her life and keep the same income she was earning as a photographer! She no longer remembers what burnout even feels like! If you dream of this kind of lifestyle freedom then tune into the episode now and enjoy hearing Jess's transformation story!You can find the Show Notes for this episode HERE.LINKS:- The 4 Secrets to Having More Time + Financial Freedom While Avoiding Burnout as a Photographer- Jess Collin's Instagram @jcollinsphotos- Jess' website - https://jesscollinsphotos.com/ Sara Monika's Outsourcing Made Easy for Wedding Photographers online course.Wanna know how you can work less hours and make more money so that you never have to experience burn out ever again as a wedding photographer? Sign up for the waitlist so you can be the first to know when Outsourcing Made Easy doors open again!Say hi to me on social! I would love to hear which episode helped you!Instagram: @saramonikaphotoSubscribeIf you're not subscribed to my podcast yet + you don't want to miss an episode make sure to do so right now before life gets in the way. Click here to subscribe to iTunes!Review in iTunesIf you feel like you've gotten a lot of value from my podcast, I would be oh so grateful if you left me a review on iTunes by letting me know what you love about it! It helps me reach + help more peeps like you!Click here to leave a review!Simply select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favourite part of the podcast is. Thank you!With love + gratitude,Sara
In this Friendzone, we've got a long, late night audio message from Oslo, Norway asking the boiz whether or not they think a listener needs professional help to get them through their sleepless nights and constant ruminations on Worst films. Alumni from the iconic LMU write in to thank Tim and Guy for filling the sociable, stoned void left from a world in lockdown and a parent/fellow Norm fan talks exclusively to Guy about the comedic legacy of Mr Macdonald.SUPPORT US ON PATREON: (patreon.com/TWIOAT)JOIN US ON FACEBOOK: (facebook.com/WorstIdeaOfAllTime) VISIT THE LITTLE EMPIRE PODCAST NETWORK: (littleempirepodcasts.com) MUSIC CREDIT: Tender Moonlight (facebook.com/TenderMoonlight) ART CREDIT: Tomas Cottle (sick-days.com) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, I talk all about what modern marketing is and the importance of finding your balance. I also share success notes from Momentum Alumni (MOGs) who have implemented all they learned last year and have come out the other end with a better understanding of how to present their business, and communicate to their ideal clients. Modern marketing is not about just going digital, its about finding the right balance for you of old and new methods (much like in design) that work to increase your reach. What I think is really powerful is that now we have access to this democratized platform where you can post and talk about anything, anywhere, anytime - but here lies the overwhelm. The trick is understanding where you need to be which is directly related to who you are, what you offer, who your ideal client is, and what they need. Through the episode, I share how I tried it all, from speaking on stage to lawn signs to posting every single day multiple times a day on Instagram, to weekly YouTube videos - the list goes on! I did this for a long time, and I struggled to keep up with it AND run my business. There's a quote that says " when you try to do it all - you don't do anything well". That's what happens when you try to market yourself everywhere and anywhere because you see others doing it, instead of finding your way and doing what feels natural and comfortable for YOU. The student success stories I share are a testament to what can be learned in my Momentum Marketing course, where I guide you to crafting your own unique marketing plan to attract your dream clients without overwhelm and exhaustion. -- You can learn more about Momentum, here! It's an 8-week challenge to increase your brand visibility & attract raving fan clients! Doors close on October 7 2021 at midnight EST. Click to learn more about Momentum.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKYGYvXEZjA Carl Hutchinson, Complete Automotive, Springfield, MO has been in the car industry since 1982, but has worked on vehicles long before that time. He has a passion for engineering, for understanding how vehicles operate, and how to repair a customer's concern. Earlier in his career, Carl started working at a GM Dealership, then went to work at independent repair facilities as a technician and eventually became a service advisor. Carl's experience in the automotive industry led him to his current position as co-owner with Maureen Hutchinson of Complete Automotive in Springfield MO., where he works every day to provide high-quality, valuable service to all customers. Carl is an Alumni with Ozarks Technical Community College, Springfield MO Campus. He currently sits on the Automotive Advisory Board with Ozark Technical Community College, member of South East Rotary, and a member of the Springfield Midwest Auto Care Alliance chapter. Carl has his Master ASE Certification, L1 and Service Advisor certification and is an AMI Graduate. Listen to Carl's previous episodes https://remarkableresults.biz/?s=%22carl+hutchinson%22 (HERE) Justin Barrett is the owner and operator of Barrett Automotive, Cornelia, GA. He is excited about the future of this industry with autonomous vehicles and the role the independent repair shop will play in that arena, and with the changing landscape how we are going to have to be nimble and adapt to stay relevant. Leadership is something that is extremely challenging to him but rewarding when done right. He had some leadership failures and wins which are adding to his growth in that area. His biggest challenge right now is the same thing that he is working on and that is building a great team. In the last 18 months, he had gone from leading himself and one other to leading 6 and still adding to keep up with growth. Listen to Justin's previous episodes https://remarkableresults.biz/?s=%22justin+barrett%22 (HERE) Key Talking Points Making a tough decision- personnel decisions can be the hardest. Giving too many chances for people to correct flaws- consider, are they unmotivated and unwilling to improve? 1 bad apple turns the whole bushel bad- identifying the bad apple can be a challenge and can lead to more employees leaving. Don't give ultimatums “Run your business as a business. Don't run your shop as a shop” What gets in way of making decision? Fear of the unknown: Will I have to work in the shop? Can you replace that employee? Are you better off tolerating than doing without? Rationalize. Right seat right person- are they where they should be? Be in tune with your employees- open and honest, open door policy Hiring/orientation- slow the process down when you are able to, to see if they will fit in your culture, call references, what is their home life like? Always be recruiting even when you have a full staff- offer training at your shop so other technicians can see what your environment is like Leaders don't make excuses- own your decisions as an owner Rip the bandaid- 3 days of hurt then move on, you're doing the right thing for the business and for that individual. Listen to your spouse! Connect with the show: http://youtube.com/carmcapriotto (Subscribe on YouTube) https://remarkableresults.biz/episodes (Visit us on the Web) https://www.facebook.com/RemarkableResultsPodcast (Follow on Facebook) https://remarkableresults.biz/insider/ (Become an Insider) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/carm (Buy me a coffee) https://remarkableresults.biz/books/ (Important Books) http://aftermarketradionetwork.com (Aftermarket Radio Network) Check out today's partners: This episode is brought to you by Shop-Ware Shop Management. It's time to run your business at its fullest potential with the industry's leading...
Welcome back to Season 4! Join editor & host, Ryan Smith, as he interviews Luis Manjarrez, Alumni from Iota Pi, about Mexican culture for Hispanic Heritage Month. Transcription can be found here: Link Questions, Comments, Suggestions: email@example.com
Ugandans travelling to South Sudan say immigration officials at the border continue to charge visa fees two days after a decision to allow Ugandans into the country visa free was supposed to come into effect; Local authorities in the Greater Pibor Administrative Area say they are holding a dialogue with local youths to address grievances around employment opportunities with aid agencies operating in the area; Alumni of Juba-based Saint Daniel Comboni Secondary School gathered on International Teachers Day Tuesday to award and recognize their teachers whom they say have mentored and shaped their lives
All new Monday night programming. Maybe Facebook will work and maybe Twitter will allow comments...who knows? Everything sucks including the Phillies Eagles and Sixers. Joined by the Vet Alumni and then Mrs. K for the weekly pickoff! Manscaped: www.manscaped.com -20% off n FREE Shipping using code "AATBirds" Statement Games: www.statementgames.com -Fun FREE New Look at Fantasy Sports -sign up: https://www.statementgames.com/... Odds Jam: www.oddsjam.com -Arbitrage Calculator and more! -Never lose a bet again! -Sign Up: https://oddsjam.com/?via=AATBirds 99 Jersey: www.99Jersey.com -Use Promo Code "AATBirds20" for 20% OFF next order La Touraine Watches: www.la-touraine.com -Use code AATBirds for 10% off at checkout! aatbirds.com/shop --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aatsportsnetwork/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aatsportsnetwork/support
What's the importance and impact of seeking out original stories that nobody else is doing? In this conversation with freelance journalist Raymond Joseph, we examine how much a unique story and/or angle matters for you, your career, your editors, and society at large. Ray's investigations into lottery corruption over the past four years have won him both journalism awards as well as threats. When you follow BIG money, people notice. In this episode, we discuss: •Collaborating with colleagues •Building relationships with editors •Preparing to defend a story in court •Fact checking as part of your workflow •Owning mistakes •Handling threats •Understanding the editor's point of view MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Center for Collaborative Investigative Journalism: www.ccij.io OpenUp: openup.org.za Tableu: tableau.com South African National Lottery Explorer: salotterytool.org.za GroundUp lottery stories: www.groundup.org.za/topic/lotto/ Ray Joseph on Facebook: facebook.com/rayjoejourno Ray on Twitter: @rayjoe Ray on email: rayjoe at iafrica dot com REVIEW & SHARE THE WRITING COACH PODCAST Did you enjoy this episode? Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts or share on social media and tag Rebecca: Rebecca on Instagram: @freelancewriterbootcamp Rebecca on Twitter: @rebeccalweber Rebecca on Facebook: @rebeccalweber JOIN THE BOOTCAMP WAITLIST Join the waitlist for the next session of my small group coaching program, and you'll be the first to hear when applications open AND get special access to an early bird bonus: www.FreelanceWriterBootcamp.com Break into your dream publications and get paid well while covering stories that matter. Alumni of my small group coaching program, Freelance Writer Bootcamp, have used these proven pitching processes to break into the New York Times, the Guardian, Bustle, Fodor's, Condé Nast Traveler, Al Jazeera, the BBC, and many more. We cover all the external skills to improve your pitch acceptance rate, and the internal mindset work to keep you from getting in your own way. Writers on the waitlist will be the first to hear when Bootcamp applications open up for early bird enrollment. Click here to join the Bootcamp waitlist: www.FreelanceWriterBootcamp.com More info and complete show notes: www.rebeccalweber.com/podcast147
The RISD Limited Editions sale starts this Friday, October 8th. There are 300 of each print available so make sure you've got the link. Visit alumni.risd.edu/limited-editions for more information. Find more of Shepard's work below. https://www.instagram.com/obeygiant/https://obeygiant.com/
David Mowery is The Chairman of Mowery Consulting Group, LLC – a public relations, public affairs and political consulting firm, based in Montgomery, Ala. David is a member of The American Association of Political Consultants Inaugural Class of 40 Under 40, The University of Georgia's 2014 Class of 40 Under 40 Alumni, and was named a Rising Star by Campaigns and Elections Magazine in 2011. He is a 1999 graduate of The Henry W. Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication at The University of Georgia. David's experience as a fundraiser, political strategist and message maven and early adopter of digital technology, combined with on the ground experience have made him a sought after commodity and trusted advisor in his adopted home state of Alabama. His access and knowledge of the Alabama press, as well as ability to bend the ear of reporters regionally has given him a hidden hand in many of the bigger stories to emerge from Alabama in recent years. David was featured on CNN and MSNBC more than 50 times in 2017 during the special election between Roy Moore and Doug Jones, and has been quoted in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Bloomberg News, The Wall Street Journal, and numerous other national and local publications. Enjoy this engaging conversation as "Chairman Mow" connects with Lou Diamond on Thrive LOUD. *** CONNECT TO LOU DIAMOND & THRIVE LOUD
Welcome back to The Self Directed Podcast! Today Mitchell is joined by Leah and Kathy Davis! Leah is an alum of the Praxis program and Kathy is her mom! They join the show to share their experience with choosing Praxis over other options and what the experience of the program was like for Leah as a participant and for Kathy as a mom. In this episode: What caught Leah and Kathy's eye about Praxis? Why homeschooling? What is it like socially making the decision to do Praxis instead of college? Going through the interview process during the placement stage of Praxis Leah's advice for young adults deciding on next steps Kathy's advice for homeschooling parents on supporting their kids starting their careers Praxis is a 6-month bootcamp that results in a full-time job at a startup. Learn more at: http://discoverpraxis.com/Apply now at : https://www.discoverpraxis.com/apply Mitchell Earl is COO of Praxis and host of the Self-Directed and Deliberate Dropout podcasts.
It's time to put on the flannel, get back to school, and learn somethingWelcome to the best season of the year.It's Autumn. And you know what's going to make it even better?Yea, you know because you're listening to this trailer.It's time for Season 2 of Design Futures.This past summer I had the pleasure of talking with a group of amazing alumni and I'm super excited to share their diverse stories of life after school. In Season 2 we'll hear from designers who work in the areas of biotech, social impact, animation & motion graphics, social media, exhibition & events, and agencies.If you haven't subscribed do it now and catch up with Season 1 because Season 2 starts in October.As always, thanks for listening.See ya
2020 Penn State graduate Ashley Ferrara is the most recent alum to become a Hotdogger for Oscar Mayer! She spent a year touring the country in the Oscar Mayer Weinermobile and shares her time on the road, meeting some very interesting people (and dogs!) and of course driving the famous hot dog. An episode filled with puns, you'll be sure to laugh your buns off! Jump right into: (7:12) - Becoming a Hotdogger (9:17) - Student Question of the Episode presented by http://Collegian.PSU.edu (The Daily Collegian): Driving the Weinermobile (11:34) - Favorite stories as a Hotdogger (16:33) - The role of a Hotdogger (19:02) - The impact of the pandemic (20:13) - A typical schedule of a Hotdogger (26:28) - Spending time with other Hotdoggers (29:29) - Recruiting Hotdoggers at Penn State (30:21) - Life after being a Hotdogger (35:51) - Singing the Oscar Mayer jingle (36:48) - Lions Den presented by http://Lions-Pride.com (Lions-Pride.com): Penn State Experience Show off your Penn State pride with the latest apparel and gear by visiting https://my.captivate.fm/dashboard/podcast/Lions-Pride.com (Lions-Pride.com). Keep up with all the Penn State news at https://my.captivate.fm/dashboard/podcast/Collegian.PSU.edu (Collegian.PSU.edu). Join Penn State's network connecting students and alumni at https://my.captivate.fm/dashboard/podcast/Alumni.PSU.Edu/LionLink (Alumni.PSU.Edu/LionLink). Lion Legacy is a Baroudeur Production and is not affiliated with Penn State University. Visit us at https://my.captivate.fm/dashboard/podcast/LionLegacyPodcast.com (LionLegacyPodcast.com) Special thanks to https://my.captivate.fm/dashboard/podcast/StudioPodSF.com (StudioPodSF.com) for their support.
Meet the lovely Louise from UK who for over 20 years suffered from endometriosis. As an owner of her own hairdressing salon and a top hairstylist, she worked tirelessly on her feet every day enduring a myriad of physical symptoms. Then her husband ordered Louise my book ‘How I Ended My Endometriosis Naturally' and then she joined the 21 Day Unstoppable EndoBoss® Challenge to learn more about emotions and essential self-care and became our first placed Winner. Her dedication and commitment paid off as she was offered a coveted place in the EndoBoss® Academy. In the beginning, she had Bleeding 6-9 Days, Flooding, Blood Clots, Ovulation Pain (Day 14 +), Migraines, Lower Back Pain, Ovary Pain, Bladder Pressure, Pain on Urination, Night Sweats, Hot Flashes, Memory Problems, Poor Sleep, Chronic Fatigue, Weepiness, Depression, Lethargy, Bloating, Distended Stomach, Candida, Restless Itchy Legs, Chemical Sensitivities, OvarianCysts, Chocolate Cysts, Dragging Sensation Down Legs - To name just a few of the many symptoms Now after 6 months of being a part of the EndoBoss® Academy with increased awareness, information, education and empowerment Louise says: “I am calmer, my sleep patterns are better, I have more energy, I rarely have a headache, I am in almost no pain between periods, my skin is clear and bright, I have a more positive outlook on life, I have names for my different parts, my eating patterns are healthier, greener, more regular, I am able to observe the changes in my body with less anxiety, i have more confidence in my abilities and who I am." "There have been dramatic changes in my periods and the flooding has definitely reduced even on the heavy periods. I have been able to have a full nights sleep during my period which is a miracle as I have usually been up every hour to change the sanitary pads with fear of bleeding through on the bed." "I have only had x2 paracetamol in 7 months where I was using it every month prior to joining the programme". Louise is now a BOSS of her body and an Alumni member of the exclusive EndoBoss® Tribe. To start your own journey learn more at https://HealEndometriosisNaturally.com
Ever since Marshall Craig was taken from us on December 18, 2020, his mother Carla Craig has worked tirelessly with his friends and loved ones to ensure his memory lives on. So far, this has lead to his massive book collection being donated to the library at his Alumni, The California University Of Pennsylvania, a bench installed at a park where he loved to see the sunset, and the beginnings of a charity called Marshall's Revolution. This is a year long miniseries designed by The Pop Break Staff Writer Sam Niles to progress his memory by having some discussions about movies in Marshall's collection. Marshall has an incredible collection and could talk for hours about film, so some of his friends got together and made a podcast to invite guests with both a passion and knowledge for film to discuss selections from his collection once a month. On this first episode, Sam discusses the John Ford masterpiece My Darling Clementine with guest Joe Galm. Joe is a great friend, and a great guy, and he has been particularly supportive since Marshall's passing. He stopped being a film critic a while back, but he's the perfect guest given his support during this hard time, and his continued love for and knowledge of film.
We're all willing to watch a short trailer for a new movie or series—IF it's any good. In a minute or so, we usually know if we're in (“Ooh, I want to see that one!”) or if it's a hard no. A sample of one scene and we have a handle on the genre, the plot, the actors, the look and feel. It's all show, no tell. What we don't see is the screenwriter, director, or a critic talking to the camera and telling us what the film is about, what they think of it, how much we'll enjoy it, etc. Not from the studio who wants us to quickly decide to spend our time and money watching the film. And yet writers do the equivalent in their pitches for articles all the time—telling us about a topic rather than showing us a story. What happens in the ones that do get us interested? YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: Bonus episode: Freelance Writer Bootcamp alumni discuss what the program's really like WORK WITH ME: JOIN THE FREELANCE WRITER BOOTCAMP WAITLIST Join the waitlist for the next session of my small group coaching program, Freelance Writer Bootcamp. You'll be the first to hear when applications open AND get special access to an early bird bonus: www.FreelanceWriterBootcamp.com Break into your dream publications and get paid well while covering stories that matter. Alumni of my small group coaching program have used these proven pitching processes to break into the New York Times, the Guardian, Bustle, Fodor's, Condé Nast Traveler, Al Jazeera, the BBC, and many more. We cover all the external skills to improve your pitch acceptance rate, and the internal mindset work to keep you from getting in your own way. Writers on the waitlist will be the first to hear when Bootcamp applications open up for early bird enrollment in the next session. Click here to join the small group waitlist: www.FreelanceWriterBootcamp.com More info and complete show notes: www.rebeccalweber.com/podcast146
Have you missed us? 'Cause we've missed you, baby. That's right, folks, the boys are back in town once again, this time talking life updates and creative developments, along with all the incredible work our alumni are cranking out. WE'RE SO PROUD GOSH DANG'IT! Enjoy the episode and please be sure to check out the artist links in the show notes! OMINOUS LINKS:WebsiteNewsletterInstagramKyle & Noah Social"The Night Shift" PodcastALUMNI LINKSMicah Bournes' "DETOX" BAANG's "Wine, Water, & Somebody's Daughter"Kenzie Meeker's Zine (Message Her on Instagram)Sean Fitzgibbon's Graphic Novel KickstarterJosh Flynn's Zine "Swing Set"
In episode 169 of the TigerTalk podcast presented by Northeast Mississippi Community College, host Will Kollmeyer welcomes Northeast president, Dr. Ricky G. Ford, to the podcast as Kollmeyer and Ford sit down to discuss a variety of topics that are happening at the college. This week's episode marks 66 straight weeks for Ford as the president steps to the forefront to talk about everything Northeast Mississippi Community College. Ford's focus this week is on all the events happening at Northeast and it's going to be a busy latter part of September through October. Northeast kicks off the busy season by hosting rival Itawamba Community College in football on Thursday, September 30 at Tiger Stadium while the community-wide tailgate happens from 5-6 p.m. before kickoff at 6:30 p.m. that night. In addition to the annual rivalry game against ICC, Northeast continues to be a busy place as the second of three Northeast NOW recruitment events take place at 8 a.m. on Friday, October 1 and the annual Northeast Mississippi Marching Band Championships take the field at Tiger Stadium on Saturday, October 2 for a full bevy of activities this week. Northeast softball program is also hosting its largest travel ball tournament of the season that will see The Plex and four fields at Plumrose Park (formerly Westside City Park) hosting over 40 different teams on Saturday, October 2. Continuing with the trend of events, Northeast's Iota Zeta chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society will host its fall induction on Monday, October 4 at 5 p.m. in the Claude Wright Room, however, due to COVID-19 concerns, no guests will be allowed in the venue. The induction ceremony will be live streamed on NEMCCTV.com. Northeast continues a busy October with its Homecoming game against Mississippi Delta on Thursday, October 14 along with the Alumni and Sports Hall of Fame Dinner and the last game of the regular season has picked up steam as well. Along with the community-wide tailgate, Northeast will host legislators from its five-county service area -- Alcorn, Prentiss, Tippah, Tishomingo and Union, along with a Tent-or-Treat event for the young Tiger fans on the grassy area in front of the Ramsey Student Services Building before kickoff at 6:30 p.m. that night.
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Richard Gonzmart join #Clockedin with Jordan Edwards and discusses about the impact of being in a family business and principals of success for anyone to live a fulfilling life. The fourth-generation “caretaker” of the Columbia Restaurant Group, Richard Gonzmart has been named – as part of more than 100 awards – Community Hero by the Tampa Bay Lightning, the Boys and Girls Clubs, and Big Brothers and Big Sisters. He also has been officially named a Luminary, a Visionary and a Philanthropist of the Year as well as Father of the Year, Hispanic Man of the Year, Businessman of the Year, Alumni of the Year at Jesuit and Academy of the Holy Names, Outstanding Citizen of the Year and Tampa Police Citizen of the Year.He has been inducted into five Hall of Fames, among them, the Distinguished Restaurants of North America (DiRoNA) Hall of Fame. He is a three-time James Beard semi-finalist for Outstanding Restaurateur.Gonzmart serves or has served on dozens of non-profit boards and organizations, including Tampa General Hospital's governing board. He is passionate about the education of our youth and young adults, and about finding a cure for cancer.Richard's great-grandfather started the world-famous Columbia Restaurant in Tampa's historic Ybor City in 1905. Still 100 percent family-owned, it's now the oldest restaurant in Florida. There are seven Columbia restaurants in the state. Other restaurant concepts include Casa Santo Stefano, Cha Cha Coconuts, Ulele, Goody Goody and Café Con Leche Ybor City, increasing the number of restaurants to 14 and brands to six.Richard has been married to his high school sweetheart and first love Melanie Gonzmart since 1973. They have two daughters, Lauren and Andrea. Andrea works with her father in the family business. He has five grandchildren: Twins Isabella and Michael, Maximilian, Alexander and Amelia, who represent the 6th generation.Fun fact is a marathon runner and avid guitar collector over 200 guitars. To learn more about Richard:For more information about the Columbia: https://www.columbiarestaurant.com/The-Columbia-Experience/HistoryHope you find value in this. If so please provide a 5-star and drop a review. Complimentary Edwards Consulting Session: https://calendly.com/jordan-555/intro-call
In episode 168 of the TigerTalk podcast presented by Northeast Mississippi Community College, host Will Kollmeyer welcomes Northeast president, Dr. Ricky G. Ford, to the podcast as Kollmeyer and Ford sit down to discuss a variety of topics that are happening at the college. This week's episode marks 65 straight weeks for Ford as the president steps to the forefront to talk about everything Northeast Mississippi Community College. Ford's focus this week is about welcoming people to campus from the community-wide tailgate before each home football game to Homecoming and the Alumni and Sports Hall of Fame dinner on October 14 to the upcoming three Northeast NOW recruitment events (Friday, September 24; Friday, October 1 and Friday, October 8) and including the annual marching band festival that brings in bands throughout the southeastern United States on Saturday, October 2 and the legislative appreciation night at the final home football game on Thursday, October 28. It's all about making our guests feel welcome and encouraging them to send everyone they know to Northeast for a top-quality education at one of the nation's premier educational institutions.
Some freelancers say they're writing for low paying, low circulating, low quality, or otherwise low satisfaction publications because they need to pay their dues. If working this way was a sure route to high paying, high circulating, high quality, highly meaningful work, I'd be all for it. But it's not. Those publications aren't suddenly going to become lucrative and prestigious. And editors at their dream pubs aren't going to make assignments because they've taken low paying gigs somewhere else. The freelancer thinks: “I've got to do these stories somewhere that doesn't pay much because I won't get the assignment otherwise.” Unfortunately, this kind of thinking leads to more of the same after the articles are published. Instead of being proud of the new clips, the freelancer thinks: “I only got the assignment because I did it for free.” We all have limited time and energy. Don't spend yours on pitching places you don't really want to write for because of some imaginary dues that nobody is collecting. Look out for where you're holding yourself back instead of growing forward. Don't argue for why you should play small or for why you can't do the things you really want to do. You know your potential. Recognize it, remind yourself of it, argue for it. Develop and pitch stories that matter to the publications you want to write for. WORK WITH ME Join the waitlist for the next session of my small group coaching program, and you'll be the first to hear when applications open AND get special access to an early bird bonus: www.FreelanceWriterBootcamp.com Break into your dream publications and get paid well while covering stories that matter. Alumni of my small group coaching program, Freelance Writer Bootcamp, have used these proven pitching processes to break into the New York Times, the Guardian, Bustle, Fodor's, Condé Nast Traveler, Al Jazeera, the BBC, and many more. We cover all the external skills to improve your pitch acceptance rate, and the internal mindset work to keep you from getting in your own way. Writers on the waitlist will be the first to hear when Bootcamp applications open up for early bird enrollment in the next session. Click here to join the small group waitlist: www.FreelanceWriterBootcamp.com More info and complete show notes: www.rebeccalweber.com/podcast145
Man oh man do we have a great episode for you! On this episode I speak with RECOVERY ROCKSTAR and Sante Center alumni, Pilar who battled with alcoholism for a couple decades. Her life became so unmanageable that she set her intention to ride an ATV off a cliff during one of her vacations. Fortunately, with the help of an ER sign, Pilar made a life changing decision that saved her life. Pilar's story is incredibly powerful and she is an absolute ROCKSTAR.SPONSOR SHOUT OUT! Shout out to Sante Center For Healing. You've heard me talk about Sante Center For Healing numerous times. I've had the pleasure of interviewing several of their alumni and there is one consistent theme… Sante Center saved their lives. How? Sante Center has been around for 25 years and they offer individualized treatment for substance use disorders, mental health, eating disorders and other compulsive behaviors.Sante Center also has a life-long alumni support that includes weekly support groups, road trips, service work, retreats, facebook groups, and much more.Contact the Sante Center today to get the treatment and life you've always deserved. 800.258.4250 or online at santecenter.com
Dr. Alison M. Dachner is an Associate Professor of Management at the Boler College of Business, John Carroll University. She earned her Ph.D. from The Ohio State University. Dr. Dachner has experience working as Director of Education for an international call center as well as consulting on special projects in a variety of industries and companies, including NASA. Ali's research interests include how changes to the modern work environment and characteristics of certain populations (e.g., emerging adults) influence the design of strategies to most effectively engage, develop, transition, and retain employees and students. Her work has been published in Human Resources Management Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, Human Resource Development Quarterly, Journal of Management Education, and Academy of Management Annals. Ali is an Associate Editor for the Journal of Management Education. Her research can be found on Google Scholar and you can follow or connect with her on Twitter (@ProfDachner) or LinkedIn (Alison Dachner). Dr. Erin E. Makarius is an Associate Professor of Management at the College of Business at The University of Akron. She received her Ph.D. from The Ohio State University. Dr. Makarius has several years of experience in human resources and management, including working at and consulting with a variety of companies in the financial, insurance, and consumer products industries. Erin's research interests include boundary spanning in the form of technological, international, and organizational boundaries, with emphasis on the role of relationships and reputation in these processes. Her work has been widely published in journals such as the Journal of Management, Organization Science, Academy of Management Perspectives, Journal of World Business, and Organization Studies. Erin's research has received media coverage in the Wall Street Journal, Financial Management, Fox News, Forbes magazine, NPR, SHRM, and the Akron Beacon Journal, among others. She is on the editorial review board of the Journal of World Business. Her research can be found on Google Scholar and you can follow or connect with her on Twitter (@ProfMakarius) or LinkedIn (Erin Makarius).Harvard Business Review - Turn Departing Employees into Loyal AlumniQuote From This Episode"Companies should begin their off-boarding programs at the moment of hiring.""It's really about connections, and then maintaining those relationships, not only while you're at the firm, but beyond that formal organizational boundary and continuing that relationship after people leave."Resources Mentioned in This EpisodeThe Alliance by Reid Hoffman Remote Work Revolution by Tsedal Neeley Think Again by Adam Grant About The International Leadership Association (ILA)The ILA was created in 1999 to bring together professionals with a keen interest in the study, practice, and teaching of leadership. Connect with Scott AllenWebsite
Dan Oates is a member of the Space Camp Hall of Fame and a retired teacher from the West Virginia School for the Blind. For thirty years, Dan has been helping thousands of visually impaired and blind students and teachers experience Space Camp through a program called SCIVIS - Space Camp for Interested Visually Impaired Students. In the past, he has served as Education Program Manager for Space Camp, and is currently the group coordinator for SCIVIS.
Kyle and Coach Russo are back for another season of The Dan Russo Show! It's Week 3 and Vineland is coming off a huge program win against Lenape in Week 2, 20-14, and Coach Russo invites Seniors Nazhi Tatem and Braylon Blakely on to the show to help recap the big win over Lenape, preview this week's game against Hammonton, and get a player perspective of how this season has gone so far. They wrap up the show with the Alumni round up segment and check in on various VHS Football alumni at the next level of the game. Follow Us! Twitter: @UndergroundPHI Kyle: @KBizzl311 Vineland Football: @VinelandFB Instagram: @undergroundphi Facebook: facebook.com/UndergroundSportsPHI Twitch: twitch.tv/undergroundsportsPHI Merch & Apparel: NEW MERCH COMING SOON tomahawkshades.com | Promo Code: "USP" for 25% off at checkout! manscaped.com | Promo Code: "USP" for 20% off AND free shipping Intro Music: Arkells "Relentless" Outro Music: Arkells "Relentless"
For this season of the Eyes on the Road, we're excited to welcome Elexis Fisher, Uplift Alumna, as a reoccurring guest to share her perspective on the college & career journey. For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Today's episode is a replay of the most popular one published here on the Writing Coach Podcast in the past three years. So chances are, if you've ever listened to the podcast, you've heard this one before. I encourage you to listen to it again. Try to come to it today, with beginner's mind. You're not a beginner as a professional writer. But when it comes to better understanding what's happening in your own mind—especially when you get in your own way—I want you to hear this with fresh ears. Challenge yourself not to listen in a passive consumption mode. That is the nature of podcasts. This time, take a more active role. Do the exercise with a pen and freelance journal or on your computer—some kind of external written surface. Use this episode to create new understanding for yourself of what's happening in your writing life. If you ever say that you're stuck with any aspect of writing or freelancing, this is an excellent tool for diagnosing the problem. YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY … WCP 2: Thinking thoughts and feelings feels SHARE THE WRITING COACH PODCAST WITH OTHER WRITERS Subscribe and write a review of the Writing Coach Podcast on Apple Podcasts. WORK WITH ME: JOIN THE BOOTCAMP WAITLIST Join the waitlist for the next session of my small group coaching program, and you'll be the first to hear when applications open AND get special access to an early bird bonus: www.FreelanceWriterBootcamp.com Break into your dream publications and get paid well while covering stories that matter. Alumni of my small group coaching program, Freelance Writer Bootcamp, have used these proven pitching processes to break into the New York Times, the Guardian, Bustle, Fodor's, Condé Nast Traveler, Al Jazeera, the BBC, and many more. Writers on the waitlist will be the first to hear when Bootcamp applications open up for early bird enrollment in the next session. Click here to join the small group waitlist: www.FreelanceWriterBootcamp.com More info and complete show notes: www.rebeccalweber.com/podcast144
Our guest for this episode is Tracy Chalk, Chief Marketing Officer at The University of Newcastle, Australia. Hear about the three campaigns that earned the university one Gold Award, three Silver Awards and one Bronze Award in the 2021 Circle of Excellence Awards. Tracy shares how these campaigns utilised storytelling to connect with their future students, alumni, and the Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander communities, as well as how the university intends to support the advancement of Indigenous education and culture.
Dr. Heath HaleMD - UAB School of Medicine, '02Team Physician, UAB AthleticsDr. Kathy WeiseOD - UAB School of Optometry, '95MBA, UAB Collat School of Business, '04Director, UAB Eye Care Pediatric Optometry Services
Kyle and Coach Russo are back for another season of The Dan Russo Show! It's Week 2 and Vineland is coming off a tough loss to Clearview in the home opener and getting ready for a road battle with Lenape. KB and Coach recap the 19-13 loss to Clearview, staying focused in both the classroom and on the field, and they preview the matchup against Lenape! They wrap things up with the Alumni roundup segment and discuss what former VHS Football stars are doing at the next level of the game. Follow Us! Twitter: @UndergroundPHI Kyle: @KBizzl311 Vineland Football: @VinelandFB Instagram: @undergroundphi Facebook: facebook.com/UndergroundSportsPHI Twitch: twitch.tv/undergroundsportsPHI Merch & Apparel: NEW MERCH COMING SOON tomahawkshades.com | Promo Code: "USP" for 25% off at checkout! manscaped.com | Promo Code: "USP" for 20% off AND free shipping Intro Music: Arkells "Relentless" Outro Music: Arkells "Relentless"
Part of loving your writing life is loving all the people involved in it. Yep, I'm talking about loving your editors, your colleagues, your readers, and yourself. If you're thinking, “Easy for you to say. Most of my clients are a major PITA,” or “I'm not looking for a love connection, just a pay check,” or “I can't love myself when I'm procrastinating,” I hear you. I don't necessarily mean you're always going to like everyone. But finding and connecting to our common humanity makes this work richer (and frankly, easier to deal with people when we find them most difficult). One way to practice this is with love notes. In this week's podcast, I talk about a love notes exercise that I used at the last in person Freelance Writer Retreat. (In person … remember those days?) And I walk through some variations of how to use this with your own clients. Implementing this today will take you a few minutes, and I think they'll love it. YOU MAY ALSO ENJOY … WCP 62: PITA clients WCP 127 Favorite freelance writer resources SHARE THE WRITING COACH PODCAST WITH OTHER WRITERS Subscribe and write a review of the Writing Coach Podcast on Apple Podcasts. WORK WITH ME: JOIN THE BOOTCAMP WAITLIST Join the waitlist for the next session of my small group coaching program, and you'll be the first to hear when applications open AND get special access to an early bird bonus: www.FreelanceWriterBootcamp.com Break into your dream publications and get paid well while covering stories that matter. Alumni of my small group coaching program, Freelance Writer Bootcamp, have used these proven pitching processes to break into the New York Times, the Guardian, Bustle, Fodor's, Condé Nast Traveler, Al Jazeera, the BBC, and many more. Writers on the waitlist will be the first to hear when Bootcamp applications open up for early bird enrollment in the next session. Click here to join the small group waitlist: www.FreelanceWriterBootcamp.com More info and complete show notes: www.rebeccalweber.com/podcast143
Kyle and Coach Russo are back for another season of The Dan Russo Show! It's Week 1 and Vineland's home opener is here! KB and Coach recap the 21-0 loss to Ocean City, why a Week 0 loss can be a turning point of a season even though it's very early, the changes to the lineup, and they preview the matchup against Clearview! They wrap things up with the Alumni roundup segment and discuss what former VHS Football stars are doing at the next level of the game. Follow Us! Twitter: @UndergroundPHI Kyle: @KBizzl311 Vineland Football: @VinelandFB Instagram: @undergroundphi Facebook: facebook.com/UndergroundSportsPHI Twitch: twitch.tv/undergroundsportsPHI Merch & Apparel: NEW MERCH COMING SOON tomahawkshades.com | Promo Code: "USP" for 25% off at checkout! manscaped.com | Promo Code: "USP" for 20% off AND free shipping Intro Music: Arkells "Relentless" Outro Music: Arkells "Relentless"