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We've statistically been seeing video become the prioritized content type in marketing strategies over the last few years and this is expected to continue. When it comes to the amount of video on the internet and how important it is for you to start utilizing video in your business, I want to share how you should go about creating video content to grow your business. In today's episode, I'm sharing three areas where you can leverage video to grow your business in 2023 and beyond. Listen in as I share about evergreen content, how to repurposing existing content, and how you can overcome perfectionism if it's holding you back! This conversation originally took place on my friend Ashley Freehan's podcast and I can't wait for you to hear this conversation. If you're enjoying the content we're creating on the podcast and want to connect with others who are called to both, make sure you come join us in the Called to Both Facebook Group! Join Now >> In This Episode You'll: Learn How to Leverage Video Explore Content Creation Ideas Push Past Perfectionism Find it quickly: 4:31 - How to Leverage Video in Your Business. 9:26 - Getting Started with Video 34:59 - The Gear 40:29 - Overcoming Perfectionism Mentioned in this Episode: My Amazon Shop: joymichelle.co/amazon Bonjoro Joy's Amazon Gear List Mojo Inshot Descript Connect with Ashley: thepurposegathering.com The Purpose Gathering Podcast instagram.com/thepurposegathering More ways to connect: JOY MICHELLE INSTAGRAM WORK WITH JOY AS YOUR COACH JOY MICHELLE CO. WEBSITE CALLED TO BOTH COMMUNITY Read the full show notes from today's episode HERE. Let's keep the conversation going! Come connect in the Facebook community. Join the CTB Facebook community here. CLICK HERE TO GET 35% OFF YOUR FIRST YEAR OF HONEYBOOK!
Ask Mike Anything is an opportunity for YOU to get a question answered and featured on this weekly Friday release show. Co-host and coach at WinRate Consulting, Nate Griffin, asks 3 questions to Mike and just about anything goes! Questions on business, life, relationships or current trends and conversations both personally and professionally. Submit YOUR questions to email@example.com Follow us and leave a review: The Big Stud Podcast - BigStudPod.com WinRate Consulting - Winrateconsulting.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/winrateconsulting/ https://www.instagram.com/natergriffin/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@themikeclaudio
Prepare to be properly whelmed by a brand new episode of Go Fact Yourself!Ellen Acuario is known by many for her fearless and biting commentary on TikTok. Her presence on the app was a result of wanting to provide the perspective that she didn't have as a child. She carried this energy into her first children's book BE YOU: The Adventures of Penguin and Panda. Plus: here about how she met Helen Hong many years ago!Mike Pesca is an award-winning journalist who hosts the popular news podcast “The Gist,” which publishes new episodes every day. He'll tell us how he finds the energy to make a constant stream of content and what changes he would make to NPR. We'll also learn about how he and his wife helped a family of Ukrainian refugees. If you'd like to help out this family and learn more about their story, visit their GoFundMe page. Our guests will answer trivia about the many things we love about film.Areas of expertiseEllen: Tennis.The movie 10 Things I Hate About You. Steven Yeun.Mike: College nicknames and mascots. The movie Caddyshack. The International Criminal Court in The Hague.What's the difference: All AloneWhat's the difference between a monologue and a soliloquy?What's the difference between being lonely and being lonesome?Appearing in this episode:J. Keith van StraatenHelen HongEllen AcuarioMike PescaWith guests expertsKaren McCullah & Kirsten “Kiwi” Smith: The writing duo behind movies including The House Bunny, Legally Blonde, and 10 Things I Hate About You,.Larisa Oleynik: Actor whose work includes 10 Things I Hate About You.Michael O'Keefe: Actor who played Danny Noonan in Caddyshack.Theme Song by Jonathan Green.Maximum Fun's Senior Producer is Laura Swisher.Associate Producer and Editor is Julian Burrell.Seeing our upcoming live shows in LA by YOU!
PPC Den: Amazon PPC Advertising Mastery
Ad Badger PPC Campaign Manager Michael Tejeda joins Michael to discuss growth opportunities for your campaigns. They explore how to combat the challenges of scaling your Amazon campaigns by using head vs. tail keywords, and how to utilize the Search Query Performance Report to your advantage. A great episode for those looking for new areas to expand their campaigns. We'll see you in The PPC Den!
The Southern Outdoorsmen Hunting Podcast
On this weeks breakdown episode we are going over our interview with Beau Martonik and diving deeper on some of the topics, specifically on finding areas where deer behavior will be consistent year after year! Subjects include: Overcoming Boom & Bust acorn years Targeting areas that offer consistency from year to year Annual patterns Analyzing the wind to know exactly what you can get away with and much more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Episode 520 - In today's podcast, my guest Janet Schmidt is sharing how to upgrade your money consciousness (and remove lack and fear in ALL areas of your life). You will learn the energetics of money and how thoughts become things. Additionally, we discuss how to apply quantum physics so you can become limitless. You have the capability to live a happy + successful life - learn how to be in charge of your destiny. Connect with Janet Schmidt: https://www.janetelaineschmidt.com https://www.instagram.com/janetelaineschmidt https://www.linkedin.com/ca/janetelaineschmidt SCHEDULE YOUR FREE DISCOVERY CALL: www.heatherhakes.com MY PRODUCTS AND COACHING:
Unleashed - How to Thrive as an Independent Professional
Show Notes: On May 12, 2023, Chad Oakley, CEO of Charles Aris, a top retained search firm in the US for placing former and current management consultants, spoke to members of Umbrex about the current state of the job market for consultants. Chad gave an introduction to Charles Aris and spoke about their strategy practice. He encouraged attendees to ask questions to make the conversation interactive. The conversation focused on the job market for consultants, including the current state of the market, the opportunities available, and the strategies consultants should use to navigate the market. Chad offered his perspective on the job market and provided insights for consultants looking for positions. Charles Aris, Executive Search Firm Charles Aris is a classic executive search firm that has been in business for 54 years and has 90 team members located across 15 states. They specialize in bespoke searches and their five main areas of focus are strategy, corporate development, finance and accounting, engineering, operations and supply chain, and sales and marketing. Their client base is split between private equity firms and non-private equity organizations. They also produce monthly newsletters about their searches and offer reports and compensation studies. Charles Aris has the largest strategy recruiting practice in the United States and their practice is headed by a former consultant from Deloitte Consulting and Wharton MBA. They specialize in placing current and former strategy consultants from firms such as Bain, BCG and McKinsey in various positions from pre-MBA level to partner level. Increased Demand for Management Consultants Since May 2022, the United States experienced unprecedented economic growth during the past year and unprecedented numbers of employees leaving current positions which led to a shortage of staff in many firms. As a recruiting firm, Charles Aris was overwhelmed with search requests and had to implement a 40-day delay on all new searches for the first time in its 54-year history. A pullback started in December, and interest rates were raised to tame inflation, even if that meant driving the economy into a recession. We are now in the middle of a transition from a 100% candidate-driven market to a 75% company-driven market. Despite this, mixed messages are coming from the market causing confusion; major corporations such as Amazon are announcing sizable layoffs, while the monthly labor reports are robust and unemployment rates have fallen. Chad explains what is behind the conflicting reports between the numbers. He goes on to explain how this has impacted the consulting sector, how numbers of hires have fallen dramatically compared to the previous year. He mentions how major consulting firms are rolling out their playbook, how they are managing people out, and promotions are slowing, taking on fewer hires, and he identifies a common lie amongst top-tier consulting firms when it comes to promotion, and what many firms are offering in terms of “transition payments” to accommodate moving people out of the firm. Areas of Demand for Management Consultants However, he also talks about what firms are looking for in terms of remote or on-location hires. He talks about the areas of consulting where there is an increase in demand for transformation skill sets. He explains that companies want to reduce their cost structure and are in need of transformation and cost containment experts. Companies have built up investments during the hay days and now need help unwinding them. Companies need assistance in cost containment as they look to their future and realize they likely won't hit their revenue targets. These transformation and cost containment services can help them reduce their cost structure, allowing them to be successful in the coming years. Private equity firms are facing a challenging time right now, as the cost of capital has increased and deal flow has slowed. To make up for this, private equity firms are investing in their existing portfolio companies to make sure they reach their full potential. There is a spike in demand for individuals who specialize in areas such as transformation and cost cutting, finance and accounting, talent professionals, and operations and supply chain. CFOs are the hardest positions for companies to fill due to a demand and supply imbalance. He recommends that independent consultants should specialize in a few areas to ensure they are able to take advantage of the current market demand with Finance as the highest area of demand. The Demand for Specialists over Generalists In the current economic downturn, companies are less likely to take risks on hiring generalists and more likely to hire specialists for projects. Companies want to make sure that their money is being spent in a way that will yield a strong return. Therefore, it is important for people to identify their true specialties and market themselves aggressively as a specialist in those areas. This can be difficult, as it is tempting to present oneself as a generalist in order to secure more work. However, companies in an economic downturn are more likely to look for specialists they can trust to get the job done. Chad offers key tips on how to market oneself in the current down market. Chad shares that demand is steady across all industries, with insurance companies being particularly consistent in their hiring practices; general financial services, life sciences, and healthcare also show steady demand. Consumer-facing and retail jobs, however, have seen less demand. To illustrate the extent of the downturn, he states that in the first four months of this year, they have enacted 30% fewer searches and that one should prepare for the ongoing downturn by cranking up their marketing efforts and skills. Finally, he also discusses some of the challenges consultants may face, such as the importance of having a strong online presence and demonstrating value to potential clients. The International and Future Market for Consulting Services Charles Aris represents the U.S. but has 50 partners in other countries. He shares feedback from their annual meeting in Columbia this year that a recession in the U.S. affects the rest of the international community and that a recession is inevitable. To ride the wave, Chad recommends taking proactive steps to deal with an economic downturn. He shares how they have seen a reduction in compensation rises without a decrease in current compensation. He shares how major consulting firms such as McKinsey are managing to maintain their current fees with their clients. In terms of the Data Science market, this is a no-lose career choice moving forward, but in the ESG sustainable market, a lot of companies consider this a luxury and it's not at the core of their business, Chad forecasts that companies will downplay the focus in this area. He confirms that corporations will reach out to independent consulting firms especially when they are experts in the fields of Finance, AI, Data Science, and Big Data, in addition to healthcare companies and hospital systems that may need to hire a boutique firm. How Independent Consultants Get Noticed by Recruiting Firms Chad explains that, despite how extremely talented and experienced his clients may be, they can't always place top talent with a company. The candidate's skills must be specific in alignment with the company's demands. When reaching out to an executive search firm, focus on the information on the resume because the resume will be uploaded to the internal database which will be matched with queries. Also, Identify what you are looking for in the initial email, but Chad also recommends that applicants should continue to network. When asked about working for private equity firm's portfolio companies, Chad explains that it's advisable to approach the professionals in the private equity firm to gain a better understanding on what the firm wants to accomplish and who to contact. He offers advice on email subject headings, the type of quantifiable information that will get you noticed, and when to follow up. He also explains how consultants who have “been on the beach” for an extended “vacation” should approach firms. Timestamps: 05:42: Current State of the Job Market 19:44: The demand for independent consultants vs. demand for consulting firms 24:02 Consulting Demand in Times of Uncertainty: Transformation and Cost Containment Skill Sets 32:31 Quantifying Expertise to Secure Consulting Gigs and Hiring Former Consultants for Full-Time Jobs 34:56 Impact of Recession on Recruiting and Consulting Services 37:51 Exploring the Impact of the US Economy on Business Development and Marketing Strategies 35:18 Bracing for a Tough Year: Insights from International Search Firms 39:36 Recession Strategies and Fee Levels in the Consulting Industry 54:09 Leveraging Independent Consulting Experience for Full-Time Roles Links: Website: https://charlesaris.com/ Unleashed is produced by Umbrex, which has a mission of connecting independent management consultants with one another, creating opportunities for members to meet, build relationships, and share lessons learned. Learn more at www.umbrex.com.
You can't steal second base with your foot on first! Take the leap and embrace the discomfort! Resources + Links: Text PODCAST to 480-605-4814 to get VIP updates from Kara! What's YOUR Financial Archetype? TAKE THE QUIZ …………………………………. Connect with Kara on Instagram | @kara_ayala Check out how you can work with Kara | karaayala.com Join Kara's FREE Facebook group: https://kara-ayala.mykajabi.com/offers/aubrLymR/checkout Show Notes: Did you know that when crabs outgrow their shell they have to be vulnerable without one while looking for one that fits? This is an amazing analogy for life! Is there an area of your life that you feel you have outgrown but you are afraid to change? This is so true for many of us, we find comfort in the discomfort we know and the unknown is frightening no matter how good the possibilities are. You can't create that new version of yourself if you are attached to the old version. You were made for more, trust yourself and take the leap! 03:30 Be vulnerable in your season of change. 05:30 The discomfort you know vs. the discomfort you don't. 06:35 You are meant for more. Trust yourself! 08:00 Do the rewards outweigh the risk? 09:40 Examine all the areas of your life.
Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast
There are nine areas of life that are represented by areas in your home such as the Family and Community, Wealth and Prosperity, Fame and Reputation, Love and Relationships, New Beginnings, Travel and Helpful People, Career, Health and the Spiritual and Growth area. Listen to this episode and learn how from a feng shui perspective can help promote balance and positive energy flow in your home. Highlights of the episode… ● The nine different areas of your life and the importance of having balance in these areas. Resources: Feng Shui 101 - https://www.powerhousefengshui.com/101-fengshui-v2-1 Past episodes mentioned: Feng Shui and Artworks https://podcasts.apple.com/ie/podcast/feng-shui-and-artwork/id1516938170?i=1000526786667 Book mentioned: The Tao of Pooh by Benjamin Hoff, explaining about the Taoist teachings of Lao Tzu - https://www.amazon.com/Tao-Pooh-Benjamin-Hoff/dp/B08XLJ8X61 Connect with Patricia Lohan: Instagram YouTube Website Website Email
It's Monday, May 15th, A.D. 2023. This is The Worldview in 5 Minutes heard at www.TheWorldview.com. I'm Adam McManus. (Adam@TheWorldview.com) By Adam McManus Muslims in Congo killed three Last Thursday, the Allied Democratic Forces, an Islamic rebel group, ambushed a key crossing point for people and goods in the Eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, killing three people and burning cars and motorcycles, reports International Christian Concern. At Kambo, the Semuliki River crossing channel, the Muslim jihadists emerged from the shores and overpowered the security officers guarding the access point as travelers, vehicles, and motorbikes were disembarking the barge. Those killed in the terror attack were two sailors manning the barge and a soldier controlling access to the Semuliki River crossing channel, a key crossing point for people and goods between Kasindi and Butembo, in the Eastern region of Congo. Colossians 3:25 says, “For he who does wrong will receive the consequences of the wrong which he has done, and that without partiality.” The Worldview would add if not in this lifetime, the wicked will be held accountable in eternity. Texas mall shooter may have targeted “gun-free” zone Mauricio Garcia, the 33-year-old gunman who killed eight people on May 6th at Allen Premium Outlets mall, may have targeted the suburban Dallas shopping center because it was a gun-free zone according to the published rules of the mall. Thankfully, an unnamed police officer who had already responded to an unrelated call, heard the shooting in progress, and shot Garcia dead within four minutes of the beginning of the rampage. No doubt the body count would have been much higher in light of the fact that the mentally ill man had brought eight guns to the scene, according to The Associated Press. The assailant wore tactical gear and fired an AR-15-style weapon. According to the Crime Prevention Research Center, 94% of the mass shootings since 1950 have targeted “gun-free” zones. And, when analyzing the mass shootings since 1998, 84% of them have taken place in “gun-free” zones. Killers often openly talk about their desire to attack where no one is there with a gun to stop them. Justin Bourque, who shot to death three people in Canada, ridiculed gun-free zones on his Facebook page. James Holmes, the Batman movie theater killer in Colorado who killed 12 people and wounded 58 others, revealed in his diary that he targeted the theater because it had posted signs banning permitted concealed handguns. Payton Gendron, the Buffalo, New York shooter who killed 10 people in a supermarket last December, said, “Attacking in a weapons-restricted area may decrease the chance of civilian backlash. Schools, courts, or areas where Concealed Carry Weapons are outlawed or prohibited may be good areas of attack. Areas with strict gun laws are also great places of attack.” Former Vice President Joe Biden, a Democrat, introduced the Gun-Free School Zones Act to the U.S. Senate in 1990, and it was signed into law by then-President George H.W. Bush, a Republican. The law was clearly proposed with the intent to prevent mass shootings at schools. But, as the statistics reveal, it did not result in the desired outcome. Texas mall security guard a hero Garcia, the Texas gunman on May 6th, researched when the mall was busiest — Saturday afternoons — and posted photos on social media in mid-April of a store near where he ultimately began shooting people. Among those killed were two elementary school-age sisters, a couple and their 3-year-old son, and a 20-year-old Allied security guard named Christian LaCour, who evacuated one individual to safety, and was shot while courageously remaining to help others, reports FaithWire.com. More pastors promoting adoption, but fewer members are adopting Church leaders are increasingly promoting adoption and foster care for their members even as fewer members are involved in the processes, according to a new LifeWay Research report that surmises the drop may be attributed to the pandemic, reports Christian Headlines. The poll of churchgoers, released Thursday, found that church leaders are more likely than they were in 2017 to raise funds for and encourage their congregation to adopt. At the same time, churchgoers are less likely than in 2017 to say they know of a member who has adopted or provided foster care. The survey found that pastors were more likely in 2022 than they were in 2017 to raise funds for families who are adopting (18 percent in 2022; 8 percent in 2017), encourage families to provide foster care (17 percent to 12 percent), and encourage families to consider adoption (16 percent to 14 percent). Church members, though, are less likely to adopt than they were in 2017. The poll found that churchgoers say they were less likely in 2022 than in 2017 to say a member of their church provided foster care (25 percent in 2017 to 16 percent in 2022), adopted a new child from the United States (17 percent to 13 percent) and adopted a new child from another country (15 percent to 11 percent). If the Lord is prompting you to adopt a child or a teen from foster care, contact Lifeline Children's Services. Call (205) 967-0811. That's (205) 967-0811. James 1:27 says, “Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.” Elisabeth Elliot honored in a Museum of the Bible display And finally, the story of Elisabeth Elliot, a Christian missionary who devoted two years of her life to ministering to a tribe in Ecuador that killed her husband, is featured in a new exhibit at the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C., reports The Christian Post. While traveling through the Ecuadorian jungle to connect with the people of the Auca/Waodani tribe, Elliot's husband, Jim, and four other missionaries were speared to death on January 8, 1956. Elizabeth Elliot returned to the Ecuadorian rainforest two years after her husband's death to live with the very tribe that had killed her husband. Her decision to forgive them helped the tribe begin a new path. In Matthew 5:43-45, Jesus said, “You have heard that it was said, ‘Love your neighbor and hate your enemy.' But I tell you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, that you may be children of your Father in Heaven.” The tribesmen had been afraid and uncertain about the group of outsiders, but later came to feel remorse for their actions. The tribesmen embraced Christianity quickly once it was explained to them. The exhibit, which explores the Christian missionary's life and career spanning six decades before her death in 2015, is located on the Impact of the Bible floor in an area designated as "Personal Stories." This section of the Museum of the Bible highlights individuals who have used God's Word to impact their communities and the broader world. The Museum of the Bible exhibit about Elliot's work opened on March 30, and it will run through Jan. 28, 2024. Watch the movie End of the Spear. Close And that's The Worldview in 5 Minutes on this Monday, May 15th in the year of our Lord 2023. Subscribe by iTunes or email to our unique Christian newscast at www.TheWorldview.com. Or get the Generations app through Google Play or The App Store. I'm Adam McManus (Adam@TheWorldview.com). Seize the day for Jesus Christ.
Welcome to the Greennovate podcast, where we delve into solution-based business practices in sustainability. Our guests include corporate leaders, industry pioneers, and ESG implementers who provide insights into the green economy, renewable energy, sustainable living, and more. Today, we are honoured to have a special guest who possesses a deep understanding of the Vietnamese business landscape. He has been in Vietnam for 16 years, with a significant portion of that time spent working in sustainability-related manufacturing. He is the Managing Director of ECCO Vietnam, the largest Danish shoe manufacturer with a presence in 99 countries worldwide. It is my pleasure to welcome Mr. Alexander Christopher Falter to Greennovate. During our discussion today, we will gain valuable insights into sustainable supply chains and the necessary steps that manufacturing businesses must take to achieve a long-term growth mindset. —-------------- Chào mừng các bạn đến với podcast Greennovate, nơi chúng ta sẽ thảo luận về các hoạt động kinh doanh và giải pháp mang lại tính bền vững cho doanh nghiệp. Khách mời của series bao gồm các nhà lãnh đạo doanh nghiệp, những người tiên phong trong hoạt động phát triển bền vững, và những chuyên gia triển khai ESG. Vị khách mời đặc biệt của Greenovate trong tập này là một nhà lãnh đạo có hiểu biết sâu sắc về bối cảnh kinh tế tại Việt Nam. Anh đã ở Việt Nam được 16 năm, trong đó phần lớn thời gian hoạt động trong lĩnh vực sản xuất liên quan đến phát triển bền vững. Anh hiện là Giám đốc điều hành của ECCO Việt Nam, nhà sản xuất giày lớn nhất Đan Mạch với sự hiện diện tại 99 quốc gia trên toàn thế giới. Rất hân hạnh được chào đón ông Alexander Christopher Falter đến với Greennovate. Trong buổi thảo luận hôm nay, chúng ta sẽ đào sâu vào việc vận hành chuỗi cung ứng bền vững và các bước cần thiết mà doanh nghiệp sản xuất phải thực hiện để đạt được tư duy tăng trưởng trong dài hạn. 00:00 - Guest and Episode Introduction 01:54 - What led Alex to Vietnam? 02:21 - The concept of sustainability 03:34 - The vision of establishing a sustainable factory 05:31 - Challenges faced in constructing a sustainable factory in Vietnam 07:15 - ECCO's approach to achieving sustainability in its operations 08:02 - Introduction to DriTan technology 09:28 - The nature of the shoemaking industry 10:20 - Drawbacks of owning the entire supply chain 11:17 - Coming Up 11:40 - How is ECCO addressing the significant use of cow leather? 13:38 - Lessons learned from establishing a supply chain in Vietnam 16:04 - How do sustainable practices impact ECCO's bottom line? 17:03 - The primary challenge of implementing sustainable practices in Vietnam 18:29 - Customer expectations regarding sustainability at ECCO 19:22 - How does ECCO communicate its sustainable practices to customers? 20:25 - Engaging stakeholders and suppliers in ECCO's sustainability journey 21:41 - Coming Up 22:05 - Key considerations related to social and governance factors 24:21 - The landscape of the shoemaking industry in Vietnam 26:13 - Barriers for manufacturers in adopting sustainability practices 27:45 - Perspectives on waste management in Vietnam 29:23 - Areas for improvement in ECCO Vietnam's sustainability efforts 30:16 - ECCO's strategic decisions concerning sustainability 32:11 - The influence of consumers in shaping business direction 33:29 - How can policymakers facilitate a more sustainable business landscape in Vietnam? 35:16 - Sustainability in the context of Vietnam 36:46 - Outro. Dẫn chuyện - Host | Quốc Khánh Kịch bản - Scriptwriting | Quốc Khánh, Zung Nguyễn Atlan Nguyễn Biên Tập – Editor | Atlan Nguyễn Social Team | Phương Dung, Cẩm Vân Sản Xuất - Producer | Anneliese Mai Nguyen Quay Phim - Cameraman | Savio Thạch, Khanh Trần, Nhật Trường, Thanh Quang, Hải Long Trang Điểm - Makeup Artist | Ngọc Nga Âm Thanh - Soundman | Khanh Trần, Nhật Trường Hậu Kỳ – Post Production | Khanh Trần Thiết kế - Designer | Nghi Nghi Nhiếp Ảnh – Photography | Nhật Trường Studio stylist - Fong Chan Paw Zeuthen #Vietsuccess #VietsuccessBusiness #Greennovate #ESG #ECCO #SustainableSupplyChain
The most controversial Metroid game of all time returns to ignite debate and discussion, as this week, Andy and Dak are Definitively Ranking Metroid: Other M! We weigh in on the story, the gameplay, the music, and more to see where Other M went wrong, and more importantly, what areas the game excels at! Come play along, and as always, here's the criteria for the Definitive Rankings: World / Atmosphere (the vibe, the setting, the mood) Art Style (design of Samus, the enemies, the graphics in general) Story (what works, what doesn't) Pacing / Progression (are there any parts that really bog the player down, or is it still fun getting lost?) Gameplay / “Gimmick” (what new or different gameplay aspects we like) Items / Abilities (how are the powerups and are they cool and practical) Areas (how does each individual area look, feel, play, etc.) Enemies / Bosses (are they fun, creative, etc.) Expansions / Powerups (are the expansions hidden throughout the world fun, creative, and enjoyable to collect?) Music (are we humming along?) Of course, all of these are subjective, and we're putting our critics hats on, but we want to hear what you have to say on Twitter! Visit OmegaMetroid.com! Subscribe! Podbean x iTunes x Spotify x YouTube Support us on Patreon! Omega Metroid Patreon Buy Omega Metroid Merch! Check out our Etsy merch shop! Download the Omega Metroid Theme Song! Get the Single for Free on Bandcamp! Follow us on Twitter! @OmegaMetroidPod x @Spiteri316 x @dakcity_ x @DoominalCross Chat with us in Discord! Omega Metroid Discord Advertise on the Omega Metroid Podcast!
The heavy rain warning for Bay of Plenty was lifted early this morning after thunderstorms caused slips, flooding and road closures across the region. Civil Defence teams were on alert overnight after the region was hit by the deluge which earlier brought flooding to Auckland and Northland. [picture id="4L99I0Z_230905_washout_png" crop="16x10" layout="full"] Lisa Glass from Emergency Management Bay of Plenty spoke to Corin Dann.
Robby & Rexrode discuss players who need to have a big jump in 2023, if switching to turf will improve players' health, and more on Hour 2 of Robby & Rexrode!
Teddy Cashman, Chair of the Deer Management Strategy Group, on a public consultation that has found the majority agree that the wild deer population is impacting biodiversity, land management and road safety.
All in a Homeschool Day | Charlotte Mason homeschooling | discipleship | intentional parenting
Before I start planning our next homeschool year, I always take some time to lay a foundation by reviewing four areas that guide all of my decisions for the next year. This forms my decision-making framework, which makes the planning process much easier. In this episode, I'll share those four areas with you.Know your purposeKnow your valuesKnow your childrenKnow yourselfSpend some time thinking about these four areas before you start planning your lessons for next year. If you want to learn more about these areas and have reflection questions to guide your thoughts, the Homeschool Foundations Course is available for 50% off (only $7.50) through July 31.Resources mentioned in the episode:Homeschool Foundations CourseUntil next time,CrystalIt's that time of year again...homeschool planning time! The Plan Your Homeschool Year Work Session will help you plan your homeschool year with confidence. This dynamic and interactive group experience provides dedicated time to plan, an opportunity to ask questions, and a sounding board to explore your options. Sessions begin June 5. Learn more and enroll at https://www.triumphantlearning.com/planningsessions. I want to make sure that I am serving you well and providing content that is helpful for you. If you have a question you want answered or a topic you want covered on the podcast, you can leave me a text or voice message by visiting triumphantlearning.com/contact. Or, if you've been particularly encouraged by an episode, you can leave a testimonial too. I look forward to hearing from you!
"It's with great delight we welcome you “to the party, calling all nations” for INXS Access All Areas' 3rd birthday extravaganza with five special patron guests from around the globe. With guests from Norway, England and Australia, Bee and I have the pleasure of hearing personal INXS origin fan stories, their connection to our podcast episodes, plus INXS projects many are working on themselves. We find everyone reveling in the joy of being INXS sycophants with plenty of laughter and joy thrown in, with a random INXS quiz added in by passionate Melbourne patron Mark Bartlett. So, for a slightly different episode and format upon us, open your favourite beverage and “click cheers” with us as we celebrate the journey and the future of INXS Access all Areas. Love and peace ✌️ Haydn P.S. Good Luck to all the bidders! check out our website for more INXSive info https://www.inxsaccessallareas.com Have you signed the petition https://www.change.org/p/induct-inxs
Bob Elliott (@BobEUnlimited), cofounder and CEO of Unlimited, which uses machine learning to create index replication ETFs of 2&20 style alternative investments like hedge funds, venture capital, and private equity, joins Julia La Roche on episode 74 for a deep dive into macro, the regional banking crisis, inflation dynamics, and more. Prior to founding Unlimited, Bob was a Senior Investment Executive at Bridgewater Associates, where he served on the Investment Committee (G7) and created investment strategies across equities, fixed income, credit, exchange rates, and commodities, including many used in the flagship Pure Alpha fund. He also built and led Ray Dalio's personal investment research team for nearly a decade. He's the author of hundreds of Bridgewater's widely read Daily Observations and directly counseled some of the world's foremost policymakers and institutional investors on economic and investing issues. Bob has also served as an advisor and executive at several startups, including CircleUp, an investment company focused on early-stage consumer brands. He revamped the investment strategy for the company's $150mln venture funds leveraging big data approaches to improve decision-making. He was also the co-founder of GiveWell, a startup charity evaluator which now directs more than $500mln in annual contributions. Bob holds a BA in History and Science from Harvard. 0:00 Intro 1:43 Welcome Bob Elliott 2:27 Macro picture 3:30 Many people haven't experienced a typical macro cycle in their careers 4:48 Income-led cycle, not a credit-led cycle 6:33 Areas that aren't sensitive to rise in rates 9:33 Banking crisis 9:54 Not like 2008 13:30 Not a credit problem. It's a policy problem. 16:00 The bank run issue 19:00 We've entered a point in the crisis where the ineffective policy framework is creating the instability 20:10 Bank runs are self-reinforcing 21:00 Speculators creating sizable moves in banking stocks 23:00 Best way to deal with banking crisis 25:35 Impact from the Fed's policies 29:18 Commercial real estate risk 32:55 Globalization 36:16 Disconnect between the market and the Fed 38:42 Higher for longer most probable 40:20 Paths that align with the bond market pricing 42:30 Likelihood of getting back to the 2% inflation target 44:32 Inflation entrenchment 46:20 Risk Fed faces with inflation 47:46 Wage inflation 48:50 Raising prices and not seeing demand destruction 51:33 Teaching macro
Learn the ropes and brush up on your facts for this new episode of Go Fact Yourself!Cenk Uygur is the creator of the progressive news network The Young Turks. Before that, he was an on-camera personality for MSNBC. He'll tell us how his old gig helped him understand why he needed to make a space for news and information. Plus we'll learn why it took so long for him to finish his first book, and why he's convinced that the United States is a progressive country. Niccole Thurman is known for her roles in comedy. Her latest work includes voicing several characters on the HBO series “Jellystone” and appearing on many episodes of “The Opposition with Jordan Klepper” – but she actually didn't intentionally pursue comedy. She'll explain that, plus tell us the odd circumstances that led her dog Izzy to join us on stage.Our guests will answer trivia about cows and snakes in the oddest of places.Areas of expertiseNiccole: The musician Hosier, facts about the Kansas City metro area, and predicting the outcome of true crime segments on “Dateline.”Cenk: 1980s WWF, fantasy football, and happiness.What's the difference: Electric ToothbrushWhat's the difference between something that is electric and something that is electrical?What's the difference between plaque and tartar?Appearing in this episode:J. Keith van StraatenHelen HongCenk UygurNiccole ThurmanWith guests expertsSly James: Former mayor of Kansas City.David Cook: Winner of the seventh season of “American Idol.”Jake “The Snake” Roberts: Former wrestler for the WWF throughout the 1980s, who currently appears on All Elite Wrestling. Theme Song by Jonathan Green.Maximum Fun's Senior Producer is Laura Swisher.Associate Producer and Editor is Julian Burrell.Seeing our upcoming live shows in LA by YOU!
Janice is a patented inventor of the reimagined pillowcase, a modular comfort system for head, neck and back support. Janice is an award-winning, dynamic, results-oriented leader with a strong track record of performance in turnaround and high-paced organizations using keen analysis, insights and team approach to drive organizational improvements and implementation of best practices. Superior interpersonal skills, capable of resolving multiple and complex (sales, human resources, legal, financial, operational) issues and motivating staff to peak performance. Excellent political connections with engaging presentation and negotiating skills, adept at maximizing opportunities within budgetary restrictions. Outstanding communication, organization, analytical, and creative problem-solving talents.Areas of Expertise:• Strategic Planning • Advocacy• Market Analysis & Expansion• Leadership & Coaching• Organization Diagnosis & Design• Key Partnership Development• High-impact Proposals & Presentations• Event Planning & Fundraising• Prospecting & Lead Generation• C-Level Communication• Transition & Succession PlanningSupport the show
In today's episode, I discuss how anxiety affects different areas of your life.Start Feeling More Confident, In Control, And Fulfilled In Just 14 Dayshttps://bit.ly/MHA-podcastDiscover How Your Attachment Style Is Getting In The Way Of Your Relationships:https://bit.ly/podcast-pds-attachment-quiz Follow Us On Social Media For More Relationship Breakthroughs:Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/@ThePersonalDevelopmentSchoolInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/thepersonaldevelopmentschool/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ThePersonalDevelopmentSchoolTikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@thaisgibson LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/thepersonaldevelopmentschool/Thank you for listening!
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Test fit for roles / job types / work types, not cause areas, published by freedomandutility on May 3, 2023 on The Effective Altruism Forum. I often see university EAs aiming to do research projects to test their fit for specific cause areas. I don't think this is a good idea. I think if you felt you were good or bad fit for a research project, either you were a good or bad fit for research generally or a specific style of research (qualitative, quantitative, philosophical, primary, secondary, wet-lab, programming, focus groups, interviews, questionnaires, clinical trials). For example, it seems very unlikely to me that someone who disliked wet-lab research in biosecurity will enjoy wet-lab research in alternative proteins, but it seems less unlikely that someone who disliked wet-lab research in biosecurity will enjoy dry-lab research in biosecurity. Similarly, if you enjoyed literature review based research in one cause areas, I think you are likely to enjoy the same type of research across a range of different cause areas (provided you consider the cause areas to be highly impactful). I think decisions on cause areas should be made primarily on your views on what is most impactful (whilst avoiding single player thinking and considering any comparative advantages your background may give you), but decisions on roles / job types / work types should heavily consider what you have enjoyed and have done well. I think rather than testing fit for particular cause areas, students should test fit for different roles / job types / work types, such as entrepreneurship / operations, policy / advocacy and a range of different types of research. Thanks for listening. To help us out with The Nonlinear Library or to learn more, please visit nonlinear.org.
This Day in Maine for Wednesday, May 3rd, 2023.
Cloud Security Podcast - we are continuing with our "Kubernetes Security & KubeCon EU 2023" and for the fourth episode in this series Shane Lawrence and Daniele Santos from Shopify explained how kube-audit an open source tool from Shopify. They spoke about how they have used the audit tool to improve security with a developer security lens. Episode ShowNotes, Links and Transcript on Cloud Security Podcast: www.cloudsecuritypodcast.tv FREE CLOUD BOOTCAMPs on www.cloudsecuritybootcamp.com Host Twitter: Ashish Rajan (@hashishrajan) Guest Socials: Shane Lawrence (Shane's Linkedin) and Daniele Santos (Dani's Linkedin) Podcast Twitter - @CloudSecPod @CloudSecureNews If you want to watch videos of this LIVE STREAMED episode and past episodes - Check out our other Cloud Security Social Channels: - Cloud Security News - Cloud Security BootCamp Spotify TimeStamp for Interview Questions (00:00) Introduction (02:52) A bit about Shane (03:45) A bit about Dani (04:23) Which kubecons have Shane and Dani attended? (05:03) A bit about Dani and Shane's talk at Kubecon EU (06:42) Misconfigurations in Kubernetes (09:48) Dani talks about the Kubernetes Security Report (10:13) Use case for Kubernetes Misconfiguration (11:45) What is Azure Escape? (12:51) What is container escape? (15:26) What is kubeaudit? (15:49) Contributing to kubeaudit (16:40) The maturity of kubeaudit (19:04) How would kubeaudit help with an azure escape? (19:41) The developer experience (21:34) How shopify uses kubeaudit (24:59) Getting started with kubeaudit (25:53) Challenges with implementing kubeaudit (27:19) Maturity of kubernetes security and kubecon (30:02) Learning about kubernetes (34:07) Areas of security not being spoken about enough (36:16) Open Source and Software supply chain risks See you at the next episode!
The BEMER IBD's Call Established & Sponsored By BEMER IBD's
Welcome to the NEW Roundtable Wednesday where topics that are related to BEMER can be explored and expanded upon. This is a place where open participation is needed so everyone can learn and grow from one another. Please note, this show is recorded and heard by distributor and non-distributor alike, so we must stay compliant, positive, and show everyone the helping hearts we all have as we share BEMER with others. Areas of discussion will cover everything in the BEMER Back Office, new promotions, how to share BEMER, what works best for you, what tools do you use most and why. As you can see, the list is endless and as more people discover this open forum we should all learn in a fun and positive way. I look forward to hosting this program. Please dial 1 on your phone to call in and share. Let's grow our BEMER Family together!!!!
Made For More Leadership Podcast
There are six areas that every healthy leader should be focusing on in their life. If you are looking to take your leadership and spiritual life to the next level, this is for you! In this episode, we are going to identify each of these six areas that we will be discussing throughout this new season.
The guys talk plenty of Kings this hour and are joined by The Athletic's Jason Jones for a Kings and NBA playoffs conversation.
Deliverance Prayer-- My Books: Amazon.com/Richard-A-Hardin/e/B09J2YHCVBE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Schedule: M-F, 7-8AM; Sat-Sun, 6-8AM (CST)*Richard Hardin, POBox 45684, OKC, OK 73145.rahardin.com - Bio, Videos, Radio Podcasts****The Deliverance Prayer/Fast is a simple way to trap the devil and cause him to flee from your particular circumstances or problem, James 4:7, "Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you." You don't even have to be sure that the devil is a part of your problem: you can still pray this way and be more effective in any circumstances. But, if you want to correct something in your life like to quit smoking, and you know God would want you to quit too, then somehow, whether you understand or not, it must be the devil causing your craving or desire to keep you from being able to stop. This method would also apply to other habits or sicknesses that you are sure God would want you to be delivered from but you haven't been able to get the victory. Areas might be like cussing, anger bursts, road rage, drinking, drugs, unforgiveness, cancer, etc. Pray in this manner and you will trap the devil and cause him to flee, then the outcome will be only between you and God. Even after the devil flees from your specific problem, you will need to continue to pray to maintain your victory, but it will be much easier and even joyful after the addiction, craving, habit or sickness is broken and taken away because now it will just be between God and you! And God will be helping you because of your commitment. Great things will happen in your life that are not even connected to what you are praying about because God will be so pleased with you for turning to Him to clear up your problem. and God promises in Lamentations 3:25, "The Lord is good unto them that wait for Him, to the soul that seeketh Him." On @KLRNRadio.com 7AM Wed #GPWF #Christian or rahardin.com
It's March 2023, and it's the first annual TECN Sleepover...of course there are going to be great conversations! Listen in as Heather, Mike Huber, Lizz Nolasco, Tiffany Pearsall and Bethany Corrie talk about moving children through "stations," interrupting play and children's choice.
In this episode of The Negotiation podcast, we are joined by Kirsten Johnston, Founder and CEO of JWDK, a brand design firm specializing in cultural and place identity in China. An expert in place branding, Kirsten has consulted for some of the most influential properties in Mainland China. Based in Shanghai, Kirsten also serves as the Vice Chair of BritCham Shanghai. In our conversation with Kirsten, we get to learn more about her work in place branding for some of China's most notable landmarks. We discuss the importance of understanding human behavior and cultural identity in placemaking and place branding, and the need to adapt international models to fit local contexts. Kirsten also shares case studies of her work with Rockbund, a community space in Shanghai, as well as other projects across Mainland China. We finish our conversation by exploring what makes a great design and some of the mistakes made that result in what she considers poorly designed places. Enjoy! Topics Discussed and Key Points:● Place branding.● The evolution of design and branding. ● Consumer trends and placemaking.● Rapid urban development in China and its impact on town planning and real estate investment.● The creation of "ghost malls" that remain empty in China.● Xintiandi and al fresco dining in Shanghai.● Elements that make places work in the physical sense: human scale, intimacy, and walkability.● Chinese developments and walkability.● Human behavior in public spaces, the safety zone., and how people maneuver within spaces.● Shanghai's Rockbund.● The differences between engaging with Chinese companies and international companies.● The change in workspace design due to the pandemic.
Are you an electric vehicle enthusiast seeking an innovative battery solution? Have you heard the myths about Nanoramic's capital-light business model and strategic partnerships? John Cooley is here to share the truth and debunk the myths! Meet John Cooley, an accomplished engineer and the co-founder of Nanoramic Laboratories. With a passion for clean tech innovation, John holds five technical degrees from MIT. He has been awarded the prestigious David Adela Memorial Thesis Prize and Morris Joseph Levin Award for his research. As Chief of Products and Innovation at Nanoramic, John leads the development and commercialization of advanced energy storage solutions, including cutting-edge lithium-ion battery technology. His expertise and leadership have been key in positioning Nanoramic Laboratories as a major player in the electric vehicle industry. In this episode, you will be able to: Discover the origin and progress of Nanoramic Laboratories in pioneering lithium-ion battery technology.Grasp the significance of recycling initiatives for encouraging lithium-ion battery sustainability.Uncover the secrets behind Nanoramic's capital-light business approach and critical alliances.Identify hurdles that obstruct electric vehicle acceptance and explore ways to overcome them.Realize the potential role of electric pickup trucks in sparking a widespread shift towards electric vehicles. Areas we explored in this episode are: Visit the Nanoramic Laboratories website (thenoramic.com) to learn more about their advanced lithium-ion battery technology.Explore the possibility of partnering (using the experience of Nanoramic Laboratories for their capital-light business model and licensing opportunities).Stay updated on the latest developments in battery recycling to reduce the environmental impact of lithium-ion batteries.Consider the importance of cultural fit between companies when looking for strategic partnerships in the clean tech industry.Continuously adapt and refresh your thinking regarding business sales and technology development.Investigate the potential of battery electrode scrap recycling to recover valuable materials and reduce manufacturing waste.Stay informed on the legislation and regulations surrounding the carbon dioxide footprint and ethical considerations in the supply chain of batteries.And much, much more.
CW Today with Loretta Walker is heard each weekday at 12:05 Central Time on Faith Music Radio. Learn more about Loretta, her family and their ministries at ChristianWomanhood.org. Follow Loretta on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ChristianWomanhood
You know that overwhelming feeling when you have a million things going on and you just can't seem to focus? Your brain just feels messy and cluttered and you just spin your wheels but don't get anything done? This is what I call a cluttered mind and it can cause you to feel stuck in your tracks. Good news - there are ways to jolt yourself out of this rut and it's as simple as 4 easy steps. Today you will learn how to get unstuck from a cluttered mind in less than 5 minutes. The She Prevails Podcast focuses on topics around making life changes. Areas of discussion include fitness, health, mindset, parenting, finances, sobriety and more. Hosted by Shannon Sehnert, owner and founder of The Prevail Gym, it is our mission to give you tools and information to help you Find Your Strength to make changes in life. #FindYourStrength IG: @she.prevails FB: She Prevails Web: www.sheprevailspodcast.com Follow The Prevail Gym: IG: @theprevailgym FB: The Prevail Gym Web: www.theprevailgym.com
Mississippi Baptist - Around the Table
Pull a seat up to the table and join us in a conversation with Tom and Vicki Kilpatrick about ministering in many different areas domestically and internationally. Hear why chaplaincy ministry is a critical need after a disaster and how you and your church can be trained for chaplaincy. Links/Resources:Around the Corner Events: All Events: mbcb.org/eventsMay 11: Synchrony/Next Gen Ministry - Desoto Hills BCJune 13: Mississippi Baptist Dessert Fellowship at SBCSeptember 15-16: Fall Chaplain's TrainingContacts: Jon Martin, Men's Ministries Director (email@example.com)Tanner Cade, Communication Services Director (firstname.lastname@example.org)MBCB Staff Page
PRI: Science, Tech & Environment
A handful of surfers were out catching waves at Imperial Beach, California, the first US beach town north of Mexico, when the lifeguard station blasted a panic-inducing announcement.“The water is currently contaminated, and we are under a 72-hour rain advisory. Lifeguards strongly recommend exiting the water,” the warning said. Pollution and trash carried from the Tijuana River to the Pacific Ocean have long plagued swimmers and surfers on both sides of the US-Mexico border. But in recent years, particularly at Imperial Beach, it's gotten worse. Some locals and experts are hopeful about its cleanup after a recent court settlement. Surfers in the water at Imperial Beach, California Credit: Fabian Garcia/The World Toni Cunia, who strolled along the pier, said she has seen the issues firsthand. “I used to live on the corner over here, so I know how bad it has gotten, and it's breaking everybody's heart. Because this was our playground,” Cunia said.She gestured down the beach to where the Tijuana River flows into the Pacific. “So much junk comes with it. It's not just the water. It's so much trash. So, yeah, it's a problem, a major problem,” Cunia said.And not just for swimmers: the paths along the estuary where the Tijuana River flows into the Pacific are a no-go-zone now, Cunia said. It all starts with the Tijuana River, which collects rainwater from the surrounding watershed and flows only when it rains, explained Paloma Aguirre, who is the mayor of Imperial Beach and holds a master's in marine biodiversity and conservation from UC San Diego. The river discharges south of Imperial Beach, but it goes through the entire city of Tijuana before releasing into the ocean, Aguirre said. Along the way, it collects tires, trash, and worst of all, sewage. As a result, Aguirre said, she has been unable to surf there since last September — which was what drew her to the area in the first place. Mayor of Imperial Beach, California, Paloma Aguirre Credit: Marco Werman/The World “A lot of us moved to IB because of its waves. It's one of the core reasons I chose to live [here] in 2003,” she said. The pollution is so bad that she's actually gotten sick, "not by ignoring the signs, but by getting the impact of the plume that you don't even know is coming sometimes,” Aguirre said.A plume is a concentration of contaminated water that is prone to being dragged north by the current.On the US side, the attitude has long been: “Tijuana, just clean up your act.”But Margarita Diaz, who lives and works in Tijuana as executive director for the Environmental Education Border Project, said she thinks that criticism is unfair and ignores some fundamental differences between how things operate in the US and Mexico.Tijuana is “a city with two countries, different economies, different politics and different realities,” Diaz said, adding that its economy “[doesn't] have a lot of money invested for the infrastructure.”Tijuana has long faced criticisms from the US that little has been done and nothing has changed. But Diaz said that Tijuana has barely kept up, given its rapid growth.“The population in Tijuana, in 30 years, has increased by millions,” she said. According to Diaz, the city has built some infrastructure, and the situation is the same.“I don't want to say that it's OK. It's bad. It has to be clean. I'm not saying that I'm happy with what Mexico is doing. No, we have to do more,” Diaz said.The pollution impacts Tijuana's residents, too. Diaz said the Tijuana city government, just over this past spring break, realized it had to protect its citizens and visitors and shut down its beaches.The state of the beaches, she said, “is one of the most severe and egregious environmental injustices in the nation.” Aguirre said she sees the pollution as a result of free-trade agreements that have led to the rapid development of Tijuana. “This is a negative externality from the original NAFTA trade agreement,” she said. “We knew that we were going to see these environmental impacts associated with the free trade that was signed 20, 25 years ago.”Some hope things may turn around with a recent legal decision.The International Boundary and Water Commission (IBWC) and its Mexican counterpart are tasked with settling water disputes between the two countries. In a recent lawsuit by the Port of San Diego and two California border cities, the agency was instructed to do more to stop wastewater from flowing north from Tijuana. Credit: Marco Werman/The World According to the reports and Aguirre, the IBWC is committed now to more rigorously monitoring and mitigating the pollution in the water on the US side and better coordinating cleanup with their counterparts in Mexico.Aguirre said that at least both sides are starting to listen to one another.“Communication between both agencies is crucial but not easy,” she said. “Because you have the most basic barrier, which is language. So, it's kind of like they're being compelled to do it. In the past, there wasn't that much will to do it.”Diaz said she also is cautiously confident that attitudes are changing in Tijuana and US towns like Imperial Beach.“I hope that the governments share information and also the NGOs can help and we can move the things to a better place,” she said.
Addicted To The Climb podcast with Kelley Tyan
ENROLL IN THE INNER CIRCLE MEMBERSHIP OF FAITH FUELED WOMEN! https://www.kelleytyan.com/new-addicted-to-the-climb-sales-page Tired of trying to reach your goals alone? Need some 1:1 coaching to hold you accountable and fire up your faith? APPLY NOW to work together! https://www.kelleytyan.com/coaching Follow Kelley on Social Media: www.kelleytyan.com Instagram: @kelleytyan Facebook: Kelleytyan Linkedin: Kelleytyan This episode is what transformed my whole life! If you have been feeling lost, frustrated, overwhelmed, and craving to feel fulfilled, peaceful, successful.....this quick message is the answer. Listen in as I share one simple way to transform your thinking so you can live an abundant life that God called you to! Addicted to the Climb is a movement for you to climb higher, stop making excuses that are keeping you stuck, and start living your best life with clarity and purpose! You are not meant to do life alone and God is calling you higher right now. It's time to take full responsibility and fight for what you truly want! Your dreams are waiting for you so lets commit to the CLIMB together and never stop! XO Kelley
Limit Free Life with Michelle Perkins
Do you have stock as part of your compensation package? Do you know what to do with it?Joe Forish started Fortrove Partners to help tech founders and tech employees with stock ownershiprelieve stress, uncertainty, and time spent around finances.Stock compensation can be extremely complicated, and you don't have time to figure it out. He works with people who have stock compensation and may not know all the ins and outs about it. Joe collaborates with clients to build confidence, to minimize your tax obligations, and build the lifestyle that you want.He will help you with:1. Not throwing money away2. Reduce your anxiety about money3.Selling options and RSUs at the wrong timeThe list of acronyms for stock compensation is endless: ESPPs, ISOs, and RSUs. Fortrovehelps you handle your stock compensation, employee benefits, and overall financial strategy.From a young age, Joe Forish, CFA, CFP® learned about maximizing hard work and doingwhat you do best while working at his father's auto shop. He also saw first-hand both therewards and challenges of running a business.Professionally, Joe honed his financial expertise investing in public and private equity.Completing the Harvard Business Analytics Program, with Distinction, has taken his B.S. (fromPenn State University) to a whole new level!Areas of expertise:1. Financial plans for client-specific goals2. Investment management and portfolio management3. Custom financial coachingDon't forget to sign up for the newsletter to get free financial tips every week.http://eepurl.com/hM5729If you want to ensure that you are on the right financial path, let's start a conversation.https://calendly.com/fortrove/30-minute-introductory-call?back=1&month=2023-04For much more on ALL things money mindset, money management, how to earn a great living and love what you do… make sure you're listening and subscribed to my weekly podcast, Money and You: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/money-you-with-michelle-perkins/id1365907575?ign-itscg=30200&ign-itsct=podcast_boxAnd don't forget to join the Limit Free Life newsletter for valuable, usable content and to learn about upcoming events: Let's Connect… https://limitfreelife.com/newsletter/Grab a free offer on how to make better money making decisions:The Secret to Powerful Money Making DecisionsFor more information on Limit Free Life & Michelle Perkins: https://limitfreelife.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/limitfreelife/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/livealimitfreelife
You know that competition is fierce as an Amazon seller. To stay ahead of the game, you need to optimize your product listing. Optimizing your listing means making sure that your product is easily discoverable by shoppers on Amazon, and that your listing accurately showcases your product's features and benefits.At My Amazon Guy, we specialize in helping sellers like you optimize their product listings. Our team of experts will analyze your ASIN and provide you with a free video that identifies areas for improvement. We'll look at everything from your PPC to SEO ratio to your design, to ensure that your listing is as effective as possible.Don't let your sales suffer because your listing isn't optimized. Let us help you reach your full potential on Amazon. Head over to https://myamazonguy.com/asin-review/ to claim your FREE video analysis today!00:00 Give Your Amazon Product Listing a Spring Makeover00:39 Reviewing Keywords03:25 Competitor Analysis03:54 MAG's SEO Phase 3 process04:17 Areas of Improvement: Organic ranking05:02 Areas of Improvement: Images06:03 Areas of Improvement: A+ Content06:58 My Amazon Guy Full Service Management https://myamazonguy.com/full-service-...
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The crew hears about tool batteries and Canadian air barriers and answers questions about working in high-end neighborhoods, electric fireplace and brick veneer.
American Forests' free online tool assigns “tree equity scores” to neighborhoods across the U.S., allowing cities and residents to advocate for tree-planting projects where they're needed most. Learn more at https://www.yaleclimateconnections.org/
Tarang Gupta hosts Stephanie Choo, Partner at Portage. Portage is a global investment platform focused on fintech and financial services with over $2 billion in AUM. In this episode you will hear about: - Stephanie's career pivots that led her to venture capital - Areas in fintech she focuses on and her contrarian views on consumer fintech - What is embedded infrastructure within fintech - How Portage defines innovation And much more! About Stephanie Choo Stephanie has served as a Partner at Portage since 2016, focusing on consumer fintech, crypto/DeFi, and fintech infra. She is passionate about funding the next generation of fintech entrepreneurs and currently serves on the boards of Albert, Atomic Financial and Conquest Planning. Prior to Portage, Stephanie led a team, which built and launched a leading digital advice platform in Canada. Before that she was an early employee at a payments startup – working on mobile banking solutions and a management consultant at BCG. Stephanie holds a Bachelor's from Queen's University. About Portage Founded in 2016, Portage is a global investment platform focused on fintech and financial services. Portage has raised three venture funds since 2016 and expanded to late-stage fintech and financial services through a SPAC in 2021 and Portage Capital Solutions in 2022. For more FinTech insights, follow us on WFT Medium: medium.com/wharton-fintech WFT Twitter: twitter.com/whartonfintech WFT Instagram: instagram.com/whartonfintech Tarang's Twitter: twitter.com/tg_tarang Tarang's LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/taranggupta100
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The Spark Creativity Teacher Podcast | Education
Thinking about a trip overseas to Europe someday? Or in the mood for a little armchair travel? OR, maybe you're thinking about teaching abroad, and you're curious about the travel part of living in a new place... I've been getting some fun requests for tips about travel to this region of Europe where I live now, and they make me so happy! I love sharing about the beautiful places we've been lucky to visit since moving to Bratislava, and since I've been listening to travel podcasts for the last fifteen years, I just can't resist the chance to try it for myself, just this once. So today we're deviating a bit from our usual focus on creative teaching. Because sometimes travel helps recharge creative teacher batteries! Plus, if you love travel, you can build it into your curriculum with a virtual travel research project, so really, this episode can count as curriculum research... right? Eastern Europe might seem - from a distance - to be somehow stuck in a gray post-Communist cloud, but boy-oh-boy, the part that I'm in sure isn't! So come with me today on a little tour of my family's favorite spots in this part of the world. And I hope someday they become some of your favorites too. Areas we'll explore: Prague (an amazing mix of old world and whimsical modernity) Budapest (my top recommendation for Christmas-y travel) Northwest Slovenia (my husband's dream destination) and Croatia (where I would love to live someday) Go Further: Explore alllll the Episodes of The Spark Creativity Teacher Podcast. Join our community, Creative High School English, on Facebook. Come hang out on Instagram. Enjoying the podcast? Please consider sharing it with a friend, snagging a screenshot to share on the ‘gram, or tapping those ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ to help others discover the show. Thank you!
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Podcasts, radio, and TV are all similar mediums with a broad reach across the US. But over the years, younger audiences have moved away from radio and TV in favor of other platforms that offer ad-free subscriptions. Quickly rising to the top amongst millennials and Gen Z is podcasting. So how do we still reach people who are consistently opting out of popular advertising avenues? Tom Webster has some answers for us. He's on the podcast today to break down the findings from The Media Moves the Message study that his firm, Sounds Profitable, did on advertising performance between cable TV, AM/FM radio, and podcasting. This deep dive will give you all the evidence you need to understand that podcasting has a bright future. And as long as we don't oversaturate it with advertising, it will be here to stay amongst audiences, both old and young, as the medium grows. A big thank you to our podcast's presenting sponsor, White Label IQ. They're an amazing resource for agencies who want to outsource their design, dev, or PPC work at wholesale prices. Check out their special offer (10 free hours!) for podcast listeners here. What You Will Learn in This Episode: How we can take advantage of the podcasting medium as advertisers The Media Moves the Message study The most noteworthy takeaways from the study How podcast listeners skew age-wise and where we can make improvements What the study results mean for agency owners and leaders Will we eventually oversaturate podcasts with ads? What the study means for content creators and podcast hosts Trusting that a podcast host knows how to advertise to their audience Areas where podcasting is lacking The power of small podcasts
Joseph Riley has become a master of turning challenges into profitable opportunities. Including building a big real estate startup that has raised hundreds of millions of dollars. The venture, Patriot Family Homes, acquired funding from top-tier investors like TRT Holdings and Miramar Holdings.
There I am knocking out my daily RMW and it hits me, women need to start being better to women. Me included, hand up, I am not perfect and this episode is about recognizing it, and helping to put a stop to women on women crime. I break down the areas I think we can all start supporting one another, and put an end to holding each other back.**MEET ME IN MIAMI 5/4: If you'll be in Miami, email email@example.com with your full name, phone number and age, and “Tinx Miami” in the subject line to enter for your chance to watch the taping live!** NO TRANSPORTATION INCLUDED. 18+. U.S. Residents. Only winners will be notified via email/phone.Pre-order my book and come meet me! https://www.theshift-book.com/