Quality that causes an interest or desire in something or someone
In this episode, the boys play the viral game she's a 10 but ___ . . to reveal what can make girls more or less attractive in the eyes of these ugly four men. We also read some of our supporters worst confessions and give their opinion on them and lastly open our amazing PO Box from y'all
In honor of Independence Day, I'm so excited to share my own 7 tips with you about how to appear more attractive and INDEPENDENT on your dates, and in relationships! These are things I practice in my own life, and I know that you'll learn some new things here, and be able to EXECUTE them as well! 1) Create a life for yourself that you love, and talk about the things that you love to do. 2) Start traveling & doing things on your own -- go on trips alone, go to restaurants alone, museums, all of the things! you can be your own best company! 3) Learn to recognize and deal with your own emotions! Don't expect someone to mind read and always do the right thing. 4) Have friends outside of your relationship! And spend time with them! 5) Develop a hobby of your own that you are passionate about! And immerse yourself in it, and talk about it! 6) Learn to be interdependent not co-dependent! 7) When you're in a relationship, realize that your relationship can't be EVERYTHING for you! You'll put too much pressure on the relationship, and too much pressure on the other person Spend some time thinking about the other things in your life besides your relationship that are important to you, and start to take action on that! If you want to book a 'mock date' practice session with us, or need any kind of coaching, go to www.smartdatingacademy.com/contact If you want to hear more from us, subscribe to our newsletter (www.smartdatingacademy.com/contact), or follow us TODAY on Instagram (@smartdatingacademy)
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Hey loves, we are back with our Love Island episodes! So sorry lads, no Jas again - She's at Afronation so you'll see here over Instagram! This week we are joined with the lovely and funny ladies Suzie and Shirley from Black Scot podcast! We talk about who will mash up the ting during Casa Amour, why does none of the lads like Danica? and how Ekin-Su and Davide became everyone's new fav couple. Join in the discussion using the hashtag #blackgalslivin GUEST: Black Scot podcast: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/blackscotpod/?hl=en Pod: https://linktr.ee/blackscotpod HOSTS:⠀ Jas: twitter.com/jas_bw + instagram.com/jas_bw Vic: twitter.com/victoriasanusi + instagram.com/vicsanusi BGL socials: instagram.com/blackgalslivin + twitter.com/blackgalslivin + https://www.tiktok.com/@blackgalslivin --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you are looking thinking about getting counselling but not sure where to start, check out betterhelp.com/BGL Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Cross-border labour mobility is bouncing back having stalled during the pandemic, with Ireland ranked as the 5th most attractive labour market in Europe for international job seekers according to new research by jobs site Indeed evaluating 21 countries. Indeed's Brain Gain or Drain? the report says that there has been a strong rebound in international job search across Europe as international travel restrictions have eased and closed sectors of the economy have reopened. During the pandemic European cross-border job search at its trough fell 32% below pre-pandemic levels, but by April of this year, it was off by just 10% and recovering fast. For Irish-based jobseekers looking overseas, the trough was also a 32% decline, rebounding to 16% below the pre-pandemic level by April. Searches by people living outside Europe looking for jobs in Ireland fell by 39% at its lowest point, recovering significantly by April, but still 19% below the pre-pandemic average. Ireland is one of only 5 markets experiencing a “brain gain” rather than “brain drain” with more incoming interest from jobseekers than outgoing. While most European countries have a negative “net interest score”, in Ireland 8.2% of jobseeker searches were incoming and 7.9% outgoing. The top 5 countries of origin for overseas jobseekers seeking a role in Ireland are the United Kingdom (26%), United States (7%), Spain (5.9%), India (5%) and France (5%). The trend is driven in part due to labour shortages and demand for qualified workers, particularly in highly-skilled and hard-to-fill positions. The research found that 78% of Irish businesses have hired foreign nationals in the last 5 years, and 80% of businesses plan to recruit foreign nationals for their operations in Ireland in 2022. Businesses appear to be taking advantage of increased international mobility to fill gaps in domestic labour supply, and it's notable that roles in some of the hard-to-fill areas that are attracting the highest share of foreign job seekers. Sectors most likely to attract overseas interest include positions in software development, IT, management and accounting. Geopolitical events are also influencing cross-border job search patterns. The research is being published the day after the UNHCR's World Refugee Day and indicates employers across Europe have sought to accommodate refugees fleeing the war in Ukraine. In Ireland, 46% of employers surveyed said they had made special arrangements to support Ukraine refugees (the 4th highest of the 8 countries reviewed on this metric), and 30% sought to fast-track Ukrainian refugee job applications. Despite the numerous benefits of employers drawing from the global talent pool, barriers and challenges remain. Of the Irish employers surveyed, 35% of businesses called on the Government to assist by speeding up the process of issuing visas or permits, 34% said the Government should reduce the cost of securing visas or permits, and 33% said we need to reduce immigration requirements for workers. Commenting on the research, Jack Kennedy, Economist at Indeed said: “Employees are clearly ready to move country again to seek out new employment opportunities, with the numbers searching overseas recovering rapidly since the pandemic ended. Ireland is in the advantageous position as one of only 5 countries experiencing a net inward trend, or ‘brain gain', at a time of increased labour shortages. This survey shows that Ireland is an attractive destination for internationally mobile, highly skilled people, whose experience is in high demand, particularly in the technology sector. Many businesses are already taking steps to hire foreign workers, such as posting jobs abroad, hiring recruiters with foreign language skills, and writing job descriptions in multiple languages. It's also interesting to see geopolitical events like the tragic war in Ukraine have an impact on other labour markets, with a notable surge of interest particularly in the adjacent Polish market. It...
We all want to be the person we aspire to be in the future, to be fulfilled in life, and to be better people than we are now. But the real question is: does this align with the people we are today, and with the habits, we have in our lives right now? Sometimes our ambition and eagerness to live up to the ideal of the person we hope to become someday cause us to deny the unhealthy habits we have and to be ashamed of opening up to others. As a result, we don't get the help we need to change or let go of those habits in our lives. As humans, we sometimes struggle to manage our emotions. When we experience negative feelings, we often look for ways to control them, which causes us to develop bad habits like porn addiction. A person becomes dependent on porn because they allow themselves to think that their emotional state and their porn habit are related, making it impossible for them to quit. We must learn to deal with our emotions without associating them with a habit that limits our ability to grow. In this episode, Andrew and Benjy talk about the value of emotional self-awareness, the reasons we shouldn't conflate our emotions with sexuality, and how to make our lives significant and purposeful without turning to porn for fulfillment. They also discuss how "turn-ons" can be customized, the significance of commitment to a long-term relationship, and the negative impact of social media's so-called beauty standards. Many people are being misled into using social media as their standard for many things, including what is beautiful or not, and this can have a negative impact on how men perceive women or their spouse in a relationship - and vice versa. When we commit to someone we truly love, we wouldn't spend our time looking for things that they lack, but instead would spend it learning new and beautiful things about them. We would always find a reason why we shouldn't let go and would strengthen our connection with God at its center. Listen to Episode 129 to learn more! Show Notes Why does someone conceal unhealthy habits? [7:07] Why do people continue a habit they don't want? [10:54] Why is being emotionally self-aware important? [12:27] Why shouldn't we conflate our emotional state and sexuality? [15:43] How can you simply separate your emotion from sex? [19:10] Porn is not the only reason why someone becomes addicted to it [20:58] Create a new opportunity for yourself to tell a story instead of porn [23:09] How ‘turn-ons' can be customized [26:38] The significance of commitment to a lasting relationship [28:34] The harmful influence of social media's so-called ‘standards' on what is viewed as beautiful [30:31]
Today we hear from a man wondering what boundaries will protect his commitment with his girlfriend to wait for sex until marriage, a woman hesitant to tell her curious son the specifics of her dad's horrific suicide, and a new wife shocked and hurt after overhearing her husband tell friends he doesn't find her attractive. Lyrics of the Day: "In My Room" - The Beach Boys Let us know what's going on by leaving a voicemail at 844.693.3291 or visiting johndelony.com/show. Support Our Sponsors: BetterHelp DreamCloud Churchill Mortgage Resources: Own Your Past, Change Your Future Questions for Humans Conversation Cards Redefining Anxiety Quick Read John's Free Guided Meditation Listen to all The Ramsey Network podcasts anytime, anywhere in our app. Download at: https://apple.co/3eN8jNq These platforms contain content, including information provided by guests, that is intended for informational and entertainment purposes only. The content is not intended to replace or substitute for any professional medical, counseling, therapeutic, financial, legal, or other advice. The Lampo Group, LLC d/b/a Ramsey Solutions as well as its affiliates and subsidiaries (including their respective employees, agents and representatives) make no representations or warranties concerning the content and expressly disclaim any and all liability concerning the content including any treatment or action taken by any person following the information offered or provided within or through this show. If you have specific concerns or a situation in which you require professional advice, you should consult with an appropriately trained and qualified professional expert and specialist. If you are having a health or mental health emergency, please call 9-1-1 immediately.
Join Alex Crook, Darren Lewis, Trevor Sinclair and Lucy Ward for another GameDay Podcast! This week; meddling Mendes, attractive Arsenal, transfers galore, the Women's Euros and in the wake of Luther Burrell speaking out we discuss how the culture within sport needs to change. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Adam Peck, co-founder of Riverwater Partners, says it's a buyer's market right now, especially in the small-cap space with stock prices having fallen to where there are more compelling values and real long-term opportunities. At the same time, he says in the Market Call interview that those conditions put a premium on sifting through the many potential buys to hone in on the right ones. Also on the show, Jim Cullen, founder of Schaefer Cullen Capital Management makes "The Case for Long-Term Value Investing'' -- which is the title of his new book, Kyle Guske from New Constructs talks about three zombie stocks with cash-flow issues so bad that their stocks could be headed to $0, and Megan Sanctorum discusses a recent study showing that people would need a surprisingly large win in the lottery before they would call it quits on their jobs.
We are inching closer and closer to the middle of the year, which means it's almost America's birthday! In episode 59, the guys discuss a recent article from D Magazine that explains how Dallas is reinventing the roaring 20's. It's a must-read just as much as this episode is a must-listen. Is Dallas becoming the most attractive place to live in America? Also, all of your plans to celebrate America's birthday are here. This includes just about every city across the metroplex and when their specific firework show is. Gather your friends, grab a mini-misting fan and enjoy the beauty that is our country's 246th birthday. Don't forget to check out Crossbar Soccer + Beer in Richardson. It's the place to be if you love soccer, beer, hanging out with good people or all of the above. They have men and coed leagues every quarter as well as open pickup everyday of the week. Also, they have a huge selection of some of the greatest local craft beers. See website for more details. ***Use code "PEGASUS" to play open pickup for free everyday*** Lastly, follow along with all things involving the Red Pegasus Podcast. We're on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @RedPegasusPod. If you subscribe, rate and review, we will personally give you a shoutout on the show. Do you have a story idea or want us to discuss something specific on the pod? Maybe you have a small business or individual you want us to promote? We're always looking to highlight local Texans and their passions, so email us at email@example.com. The Red Pegasus Podcast Shop: https://my-store-11619045.creator-spring.com
The most live-able city in the world, 13 10 60: What Colour Is Your Car? GOSSIP GRACE, 13 10 60: Who Is The Most Attractive Man In The World? Samantha Jade joins the show, 13 10 60: What You Doin? Spooky Sesame Street Episode, 13 10 60: How Do You Sleep? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Melissa is put on the hot seat and forced to pick who she finds more attractive: Austin or his near identical clone, new producer Kyle. The pressure mounts and maybe even leads to someone walking out.
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You are struggling to get matches using online dating and dating apps? Are you unsure of the type of photos that catch people's eyes? Are you an old-school man or woman who is struggling to navigate the online dating scene of today and struggling to find a connection with your to-be soul mate? Did you know that over 80% of matches are due to photos alone? Join us on this episode with Saskia Nelson, an online dating photographer and a true connoisseur in the online dating scene, as she breaks down how to build a profile, tell a story through images and ultimately find your soul mate.The key topics include:
Sean Kouplen and Dan Marks discuss the culture of support and giving that Regent Bank has been thriving on both internally and externally, and how Sean has learned and developed his leadership strategy over the years as the Chairman and CEO at Regent Bank. How Regent Bank has generated sustained double-digit growth Regent's use of technology enables their “niche is the new local” strategy Discover which niches Regents focuses on and why How building a culture of giving has attracted employees and customers Sean's top 3 lessons learned around leadership
In this episode, Rav and Simon talk about what qualities they find attractive who dating, Rav's 'new' best date, what scrolling through your phone says about you, bad oral sex, being phased out by a friend, and much more. WARNING - This episode contains strong language Submit your questions to DoYouShower@gmail.com #ShowerPod Follow us: www.instagram.com/ShowerPod Music by Skilsel from Pixabay Produced by Bee & Ant Productions
How to know if people think you're attractive? We all doubt our attractiveness from time to time, seeing more and more flaws every day. But if you think you're not that appealing, it doesn't necessarily mean it's true in the eyes of other people! There are a couple of clear psychological signs that can tell you a lot about your appearance and natural magnetism. When we see a naturally gorgeous person, we automatically think that they can't have low self-esteem. As a result, we give these people fewer compliments, and that's simply because we assume they already know how beautiful they are. You look just as outstanding as you think! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Do you ever catch someone doing something that they think is attractive but in reality it's very off-putting? Do act like rude because they think it makes them look cool? Do they rev their engines in their cars obnoxiously loud? Do they try to thirst trap you? Or try to play the guitar for you but it ends up just being really awkward? In this episode of the Reddit Asks Us Podcast, I read and respond to comments from the top posts of the week from r/Askreddit, this weeks questions is "What's not nearly as attractive as people think?" New episodes every Tuesday @7 CST Follow @redditasksuspodcast on instagram and Tik Tok to watch clips, receive updates on guests and new episodes!
South Africa's government hopes to secure R1.2 trillion over the next five years, and to achieve this goal the private and public sector have joined forces to try and garner investments for an economy that has been battered by the impact of Covid-19. Business Day TV caught up with the JSE's Director of Capital Markets, Valdene Reddy to discuss the pledges that have been made at the SA Tomorrow Investment Conference.
Today on DaDojo Podcast we have a special quests Producer Montreal Davis and PJ Da Don also known as Priestly. We traverse through different aspects of trying to be yourself in a landscape that continually morphs. TOPICS Waking up to yourself Feeling Fat Trying to find confidence How do you take rejection/ Being the pretty friend Having a bad reputations with woman and why you should leave them alone Hypotheticals about MURDERRR TikTok @DaDojopodcasts Link to submitting questions: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd5TfjDvGTyeQsX11qpcS5_fAm2IlbvUzgjuTdjJvfUfOyekQ/viewform --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/senseink/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/senseink/support
In today's video I am going to school you in the worst mistakes guys make when they are trying to look attractive in front of girls. It's important to make a good impression when you are trying to impress a girl. Unfortunately lots of guys miss the mark. They either go in too strong or they don't put in enough effort. Men tend to make common mistakes when they are trying to look attractive in front of a girl and they end up turning a girl off. If you want to be on top of your game and go from a ladyless man to a ladies man then get ready to learn what you should NOT do in the dating game. #Joyanima #Attraction #Crush
Something isn't adding up. Gas prices as high as they've ever been but the price for a barrel of oil isn't anywhere near a record right now. So if that's the case then why are gas prices at or near record levels when barrels of oil aren't? We go In Depth to try to figure this one out. President Biden says a recession is not inevitable. But many economists and stock market watchers disagree. We look into who's right. Rain and flooding lead to a stop in production of certain baby formula. Are we in for another supply shortage? Three Americans are missing in action in Ukraine. We go In Depth into what could've happened to them and if support from the West is getting a little shaky as Russia makes advances. Today marks the 50th anniversary of the infamous Watergate break-in. We look back and compare what happened to what happened on January 6th. San Diego is trying to settle a dispute between tennis and pickleball. It's heating up down there with one side saying it's being smacked around unfairly. Johnny Depp's stunningly handsome ways could've been the difference in the defamation lawsuit against Amber Heard. Is he just too good looking? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Attractiveness isn't only about how a person looks on the outside. There are also qualities, habits, and characteristics that you can have about you, that make you more of an attractive person to others. In today's episode, I run through six of the least obvious habits you should be practising, in order to take your attractiveness from a 5 out of 10, to a 10 out of 10. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lensonfitness/message
5 Unique Qualities Men Find Super Hot & Attractive Men who are driven by their libido often choose women they can take advantage of. They may not consciously realize that's what they're doing but that's a sign of an emotionally immature man. No matter how hot you might look and feel, an emotionally immature man […] The post 5 Unique Qualities Men Find Super Hot & Attractive appeared first on Understand Men Now With Jonathon Aslay.
Welcome to F5 Podcast! On the F5 podcast, we discuss business, relationships, and hot topics for your entertainment. In this episode, Frank Aziz and Sabastian Enges talk about various topics that may help you grow as a person.
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Today on Valentine in the Morning, Jill accidentally ate gluten, we share Happy News, and we discuss the things that are traditionally attractive in men that some girls aren't into!
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Music deals, particularly the acquisition of rights to songs and recordings by popular music artists, remain attractive investments for PE. The continued popularity of global streaming services and the music rental economy have helped to reduce the threat of online piracy, made revenues easier to track and predict, and ensured that strong revenues continue to flow to rights holders. Music rights will likely become even more attractive as revenues are increasingly derived from a growing number of sources, including social media platforms, video games, exercise platforms, video streaming, and virtual reality. Yet PE investors should note the complex tune of music deals, considering the depth and size of catalogues, re-recording risks, and range of sellers involved. Still, as the use of popular music continues to broaden, rights holders will reap the dividends. In this episode of Connected With Latham, London private equity partner Tom Evans speaks to London entertainment, sports, and media partner Libby Savill about why music deals are expected to stay at the top of the charts for PE teams. This podcast is provided as a service of Latham & Watkins LLP. Listening to this podcast does not create an attorney client relationship between you and Latham & Watkins LLP, and you should not send confidential information to Latham & Watkins LLP. While we make every effort to assure that the content of this podcast is accurate, comprehensive, and current, we do not warrant or guarantee any of those things and you may not rely on this podcast as a substitute for legal research and/or consulting a qualified attorney. Listening to this podcast is not a substitute for engaging a lawyer to advise on your individual needs. Should you require legal advice on the issues covered in this podcast, please consult a qualified attorney. Under New York's Code of Professional Responsibility, portions of this communication contain attorney advertising. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome. Results depend upon a variety of factors unique to each representation. Please direct all inquiries regarding the conduct of Latham and Watkins attorneys under New York's Disciplinary Rules to Latham & Watkins LLP, 1271 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10020, Phone: 1.212.906.1200
Welcome back to No Reservations! Today, Anna and Ryan have cooked up something special for you all: a new type of episode! We'll be starting a new miniseries, along with your regularly scheduled interview content, where Anna and Ryan watch your favorite service industry movies and review them. And to start things off, we did the one and only Waiting... starring the devilishly handsome Justin Long as Dean, the Ryan-sound-alike Ryan Reynolds as Monty, and the FIERCE Anna Faris as... Eyeshadow? We don't remember her name. So if you, like us, have wanted to rewatch this 2005 cult classic but don't feel like shelling out $3 to rent it on Amazon Prime, just listen to this episode instead! We're 1000X less homophobic. FOLLOW US on Instagram @norespod and make sure to SUBSCRIBE on Apple Podcasts and Spotify!
Hello June, and Happy Pride Month! It's time to call Walls, Dr. Walls because she's gone to five medical appointments in the last week, and everyone knows that's how you earn your MD! Spoiler--everything looks good. Rachel has an update on the frightening consequences of the Johnny Depp - Amber Heard defamation trial, and the questions segment proves to be a rather vulnerable space. Recs this week will keep your skin feeling sexy and your taste buds aroused. The ultimate showdown: sword-bearing orangutan or angry chicken? Cast your vote on Spotify or message us about it on Instagram and Twitter. Emails and voice memos are welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org! Supporters! THANK YOU! To join them, tap the "Support" button here. Music by Royer Bockus LINKS Make an appointment at Callen-Lorde Get an annual skin cancer screening at Tribeca Skin Center Knit yourself a Park N Knit Bow Tie Tank Imbibe with Something & Nothing Seltzers Boost your epidermis with: Mad Hippie Vitamin C Serum Supergoop Unseen Neutrogena Hydro Boost Cream Cetaphil Mineral SPF Retinol Serum from Trader Joe's --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/withrachelandwalls/support
James Lavish was an institutional investor for 25 years doing arbitrage trading for various hedge funds, and is now an avid bitcoiner. His framework for valuing Bitcoin's investment upside is something everyone needs to hear. In this episode we discuss when the Fed could step in to save stocks & crypto from crashing further, Bitcoin's asymmetry, upside potential, getting drafted in the NHL, arbitrage trading at hedge funds, how institutions think about Bitcoin, and more. Thank you for tuning in. If you can spare 5 seconds to leave a review/rating on iTunes, I appreciate it. It helps others find the show. Tweet me your thoughts about the episode! Show sponsors: •Bybit: Trade Bitcoin, ETH, or your favorite altcoins on the best trading platform in crypto. Use the show link for a Bitcoin deposit bonus on new trading accounts: https://partner.bybit.com/b/luke
The property market has many offerings, from tax fees-free properties to paying off the mortgage in a few years. But are they as attractive as they sound? Financial advisor Bishwas Bhattarai talks about property schemes and things to consider before getting into them. - बजारमा धेरै किसिमका आकर्षक किसिमका पहिलो वा व्यापारिक उद्देश्यका घर जग्गा खरिदका योजनाहरू आएको देख्ने गरिन्छ। तर के ती योजनाहरूले भनिएको अनुरूप नै काम गर्छन् ? आर्थिक सल्लाहकार विश्वास भट्टराईले यसबारे बताएका छन्।
Can you imagine how rewarding it would be to see the franchisees you've supported and nurtured build transformational, life-changing businesses? That's been the privilege of Alison Mairet, who shares on this episode of She Turned Entrepreneur her experience as a Regional Developer for JAN-PRO Cleaning Systems Midwest. Along with her husband, Alison is the owner of a “master franchise” that includes 85 independent cleaning companies. They provide training, marketing, sales expertise and back-office support for fledgling JAN-PRO franchises – and it's tremendously rewarding on a number of levels. Ready to step off the corporate treadmill after 16 years of an engineering career, Alison did her homework before deciding to throw her lot in with JAN-PRO. What were the differentiators that sold her? The brand's well-established reputation, the community of quality owner-operators and the recession-proof nature of the cleaning sector. Technology may evolve and situations (like a pandemic!) may arise, but hands-on janitorial services aren't going anywhere anytime soon. Learn how Alison and her husband support their franchisees with coaching and consulting in the Kansas City, MO, region. In addition to providing the JAN-PRO playbook, they also help owners learn the ropes from on-the-job cleaning tricks to accounting to customer relations. If you've got a strong work ethic, you've got what it takes! Alison has enjoyed watching people (often families) from all backgrounds and walks of life launch their JAN-PRO businesses with such success that over time they're purchasing their first homes and sending their children to college. Please click here to listen to, rate and review this or previous She Turned Entrepreneur episodes. Here are key takeaways from the conversation:· Do your research. Once you're comfortable with a franchise opportunity, you'll be better positioned to persuade a spouse or partner to join you in taking a risk!· The Regional Developer's Role: An intermediary level of management for franchisees.· Word of mouth is so important – as powerful in its own way as social media.· Do Your Homework: Research brands, their reputations and leadership carefully before considering a franchise purchase. · Make inquiries among current franchisees. How they respond can be a telltale indicator!· Why a franchise instead of going it alone? The systems and coaching save entrepreneurs hours of learning by trial and error.· In a changing economy, it's a safe bet to focus on servicing inelastic consumer demands. Here's a quick look into the episode:· Although she'd always felt a tug to do something on her own, Alison spent the first 16 years of her career employed as an engineer before being introduced to the franchising concept and ultimately to the opportunity with JAN-PRO.· What drew Alison to JAN-PRO:o The tried-and-true track record.o Scalable.o Flexible to suit whatever individual goals.o Recurring business model.o Attractive for resale.o A lot of income potential! · What it means to be a Regional Developer (a role offered at only 10% of franchise brands):o Responsible for a defined city or geographical area.o Provides marketing and sales services for the local franchise base.o Supported by JAN-PRO corporate. o Performs some invoicing and collection functions.o Receives a percentage of franchise sales and pays a percentage of royalties.· Alison and her husband are currently overseeing 85 unique franchise businesses.· There is always room to grow and manage additional franchises.· One of the big deciding factors for Alison when it came to going with JAN-PRO? The responsiveness, kindness and enthusiasm she found when seeking info from current business owners in the brand family.· JAN-PRO Differentiators:o The people behind it – respectful, collaborative, integral.o Excellent initial training on all facets of the business.o Online portals for ongoing training and supporto Comprehensive field support and step-by-step guidance for setting up the books.· Buying a franchise versus going it alone: Pre-existing systems and coaching are huge.· Training for new JAN-PRO franchisees includes:o At-home training modules.o In-person after-hours evening classes.o Monthly check-in meetings for ongoing support.o Walkthroughs of job sites to help with team cleaning and time-saving tricks.· The local support a Regional Developer can provide is a uniquely valuable service.· No longer doing the actual cleaning, Alison's team includes sales, marketing and back-office support for other franchise owners.· National brands offer opportunities to bid jobs like centralized billing that wouldn't be an option for an independent operator.· The Ideal JAN-PRO Franchisee:o A hard worker with a strong work ethic.o Wants to participate hands-on.o Have some client-facing ability (which Regional Developers can help develop).o Honesty.o No cleaning background required.· The JAN-PRO model work for longtime locals as well as newer arrivals just starting out.· It's tremendously gratifying to see franchise owners grow their stake, enabling the purchase of a home or the means to put children through college.· Technology might enhance cleaning somewhat, but the basic need will remain and the human element isn't likely to be replaced anytime soon.· Groupthink and a shared knowledge base is invaluable in starting up and maintaining a business. Franchises offer that framework and resource.
Attractive people are in their own frame and don't need validation and approval from anyone, and when you don't need validation from people you convey a sense of value. In this weeks episode we give you our take on Kevin Samuels concept of a ‘high value man'. We talk about the traits we find attractive in others and when we ourselves feel the most desirable. We also explore the impact of relying on validation from others and advise on how to let go of neediness and desire of outside approval. We then explain how to self-love, stay authentic and have attractive energy.
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