On this episode, Sean and Rachel sit down for a conversation with Actors Alexa and Carlos PenaVega. They share details from their new book, What If Love Is The Point? and how their careers in the television and film industry led to their current life as a faith-driven family. Alexa and Carlos explain the struggles of being Christians inside Hollywood, how their faith has helped them grow together as a couple, and how they manage to raise a family while working on movies and touring. Follow Sean and Rachel on Twitter: @SeanDuffyWI & @RCamposDuffy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Die Preisgestaltung auf Marktplätzen muss die Balance halten zwischen UVP, Preisniveau und Kostenkalkulation - und das ist genauso kompliziert wie es klingt. Gemeinsam mit Klaus Forsthofer von ACE wagen sich Valerie und Ingrid ins Pricing-Land. Schmerzhafte Wahrheiten inbegriffen.
In diesem zweiteiligen Podcast führe ich dich durch die Bausteine meiner Morgenroutine. Du verstehst exakt, „was“ ich „wie“ und „warum“ tue. Jeder Morgen ist ein neuer Anfang. Wenn du deinen Morgen bewusst mit den richtigen Tools und Taktiken gestaltest, stellst du die Weichen für einen erfolgreichen Tag heute, aber auch deine Gesundheit in dreißig Jahren. In diesem Guide stelle ich dir eine Werkzeugkiste mit Tools vor, aus denen du deine Morgenroutine bauen kannst. Du kannst damit eine flexible Routine zusammenstellen auf Basis deiner Zeit, Bedürfnisse, Lebensumstände und Ziele.
- ANALYSIS, BALANCE, CLARITY and DISCERNMENT: "The Left JEERED after the Trump Tax Cuts were Announced, Claiming They were 'HANDOUTS for the RICH.' But Now a New Report CONFIRMS that they Did What the 45th President Said They Would" - RICK HAMLIN: Even Silence Is Praise: Quiet Your Mind and Awaken Your Soul with Christian Meditation - MARY JO SHARP: "The New Video Series 'DARKROOM' Helps Teens and Young Adults Get Answers to Tough Questions About Faith and Doubt"
In this week's episode of the Awake & On Purpose Podcast, Jennifer speaks with Natalie Woodman about what it means to heal the body intuitively in a world of conformity. They discuss the underlying emotional and energy influences in disease, psychic surgery, and coming into alignment and balance within the body, plus much more! Learn more about Natalie: As a Medical Intuitive channel, Body Consciousness Master, Psychic Surgeon and Trauma Aware Master Akashic Consultant with 26 years experience as a Physiotherapist and Body Alchemist, Natalie helps high achieving fempreneurs align to their highest timeline by creating Quantum Leaps with ease through body congruence and Quantum Calibration to live the life and create the business they desire. She helps women reclaim the sovereign connection to their bodies as Sacred Calibration Portals calibrating to truth, abundance, power, potency and love. She makes the unseen seen, the unheard messages heard and bridges the body consciousness connection to what has not been felt, or suppressed. She creates body congruence with her work as a Medical Intuitive by psychically releasing the root cause of rejection, fear, shame or guilt from the body thereby helping women reclaim the connection to the “Real HER” inside. She rebalances their nervous system, recalibrates the body's capacity to hold more life force energy and helps women tap into their Sacred Body Wisdom within whilst working with their bodies' unique biorhythm. She helps transform the lives of highly successful fempreneurs who are tired of working against their bodies after Burnout by embracing the path of ease and aligning her with her Soul Aligned Purpose and Divine Mission. Follow Natalie: FaceBook page: https://www.facebook.com/ByNatalieWoodman Instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/bynataliewoodman/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGAqrv5z8ggnpNzkcS3U7ng Free Gift: Trusting and Aligning to Your Intuition Activation https://www.bynataliewoodman.com/Trusting-and-Aligning-to-Your-Intuition-Meditation Connect with Jennifer: Website: https://www.jenniferspor.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1iaFq75GG_f98ltpe-mzkQ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenniferspor/ Sign Up for your Free ‘Activate your Highest Destiny' Meditation: https://join.jenniferspor.com/highestdestiny Did you enjoy today's episode? Be sure to subscribe and leave a review on Apple podcasts to share the love!
Recapture Your Program is our next revolutionary thyroid program, click here to enroll. . . . SHOW NOTES AT Get on the Hansen Method waitlist. Click here. We open up the Hansen Method 2-3x a year so that we can fully support our clients to the highest degree possible. Thinking about using nutrition and holistic health for restoring thyroid function? Learn EVERYTHING you need to know by joining our Free Facebook Group. Thriving Thyroid Balance Community. Are you interested in learning more about your thyroid and finding answers? We got you! We have several different opportunities to work with us at several different price points and opportunities. Our signature 6-month program is called The Hansen Method, we offer this in a VIP setting with personalized plans and protocols, individual one on one coaching and incredible bonuses that change regularly. You can schedule a complimentary thyroid breakthrough call with one of our thyroid advisors. Click here. If you have questions about the Hansen Method and want to discuss your specific situation and make sure this is the right program for you you can schedule a complimentary thyroid breakthrough call with one of our team members. schedule here. Hurry, my schedule fills up quickly and we only work with limited amount of women at any given time. Join hundreds of women who have improved their symptoms by 80% and lose on average 30lbs in the 4 months. Not ready to schedule a call, no problem. Learn more about the Hansen Method to see if it's a good fit for you. Click here to learn more. We also offer The Hansen Method as a Self Guided option. Option number 1 for self guide is where you are totally on your own to go through the program content, make the changes and execute them on your own. Click here to purchase. Option number 2 includes group coaching and access to our members facebook group that will allow you access to our Thyroid Success Coaches and testing with personalized protocols. Click here to purchase. But one of our favorite ways to work with us is our Thriving Thyroid Coaching Membership Opportunity. This is where many of clients first begin working with us. It allows you to get to know us, our system and start making changes before making a larger financial investment. Click here to learn more. CONTACT LINKS Website Facebook Community YouTube Instagram DOWNLOADABLE RESOURCES Freedom From Fatigue Guide Download our Thyroid Panel Guide. Best Foods for Thyroid Thriving Hair Guide Dining Out Guide Thyroid Blocker List PAID RESOURCES Thyroid Recipe Book 10-day detox AFFILIATE LINKS Branch Basics Doterra Essential Oils Beauty Counter Wellevate Supplements Xo, Shannon Hansen P.S. Make sure to schedule our Thyroid Breakthrough call with one of our thyroid advisors.
In November 2020 - about 18 months ago, Coach Dave Daubemire (CoachDaveLive.com) led a group of approximately 100 Christians in a "Jericho march" on the grounds of the monument. Subsequent to that march, Pastor Clint Harper called upon Elbert County officials to remove this (Globalist) religious monument from the public grounds.At approximately 4 a.m. local time, an explosion of undetermined origin rocked the structure, destroying at least one column and other parts of the structure. Theories of the damage are plentiful - from a manmade explosion to a lightning strike.The Globalists' agenda memorialized in granite:1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.2. Guide reproduction wisely — improving fitness and diversity.3. Unite humanity with a living new language.4. Rule passion — faith — tradition — and all things with tempered reason.5. Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.6. Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.7. Avoid petty laws and useless officials.8. Balance personal rights with social duties.9. Prize truth — beauty — love — seeking harmony with the infinite.10. Be not a cancer on the Earth — Leave room for nature — Leave room for nature.
Episode Overview Today's podcast episode gets really personal really quick! In this Q+A, we talk about our matching tattoos, plus how to support friends with weight loss goals, and how much time does it take your body to adjust to more balanced meals? Join us! If you love our live Q+As, you can access so much more inside of Balance365 Coaching! Enrollment begins in September, so don't miss it. Get on the waitlist now to get priority access. Key Points What do our matching tattoos mean? How to help a friends who has weight loss goals How long does it take our bodies to adjust to eating balanced meals? Related Content Episode 209: 5 Mindset Shifts We See In Our Successful Members Episode 192: Weight Loss Nutrition: How Annie Lost 60lbs Episode 170: What If I Have A Lot Of Weight To Lose? Transcript Download a copy of this episode's transcript here.
Bereits zum vierten Mal darf Chris Hemsworth als Odinson und Donnergott ein eigenes Kino-Abenteuer erleben. Hanna und Adam haben sich den mittlerweile 29. MCU-Film “Thor: Love and Thunder” angeschaut und diskutieren, die Stärken und Schwächen des neuen Werks von Regisseur Taika Waititi. Wie macht sich Natalie Portman als Jane Foster, die neue Gebieterin vom Hammer Mjölni? Kann uns Christian Bale als Götterschlächter Gorr überzeugen? Gelingt die Balance zwischen Humor und Emotionalität? Sollte man sich auf die “Guardians of the Galaxy” freuen oder die Erwartungen hier eher dämpfen? Und was passiert eigentlich in den Post-Credit-Szenen des Marvel-Streifens? Was erwartet uns in naher Zukunft sonst noch bei Marvel? Das besprechen wir im vorher angekündigten Spoiler-Teil ab der 21. Minute.Adam könnt ihr hier folgen: https://twitter.com/AwesomeArndt Hanna könnt ihr hier folgen: https://twitter.com/HannaHuge See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
I think one of the hardest things to do in life is to connect with ALL OF OUR EMOTIONS.Many of us work hard to deny or block out what we perceive to be BAD emotions. What people don't realize is that EVERY EMOTION serves a purpose, whether SADNESS and SUFFERING or JOY and BLISS. Emotions are often paired…UP AND DOWN are two sides of the same mental makeup.If you struggle and sometimes, you're OVERWHELMED trying to deal with melancholy feelings or depression, pay close attention to what you're about to hear.That's because my guest this week, SUSAN CAIN, is an expert at understanding these intense negative feelings and learning how to better manage emotions, especially those that can undermine our happiness. She is the #1 bestselling author of “Bittersweet: How Sorrow and Longing Make Us Whole” and “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking” which has been translated into 40 LANGUAGES, spent EIGHT YEARS on The New York Times best-seller list, and was named the #1 best book of the year by Fast Company magazine.Susan's TED TALKS have been viewed over 40 MILLION TIMES and LinkedIn named her the TOP 6th INFLUENCER IN THE WORLD, just behind Richard Branson and Melinda French Gates, among many other well-deserved accolades.Susan is going to teach you why you should embrace negative emotions and answer an important question of imagining what the world would be like with NO SUFFERING OR SADNESS.She's also going to help you figure out why the way you MEET THE PAIN in your life defines who you are.We're also going to explore the role of being MELANCHOLY in our lives and dig into the fine line between being melancholy and DEPRESSED. Those of you who are INTROVERTS (including me!) will be especially interested in what Susan has to say about connecting with others when you're wired that way. This week is all about making PEACE with yourself. Once you understand how all emotions can best serve you, you'll clear a lot of the mental junk out of your life so you can find BALANCE and HAPPINESS.And Susan Cain is absolutely the right person to help you do that.
“Just close your eyes, breathe and try not to think of anything.” Easier said than done! Have you ever wondered how meditation actually works? If the goal is actually to have no thoughts? And what if you more resonate with breathwork or movement? In this conversation with meditation teacher and Open co-founder Manoj Dias, we dive into all your meditation questions including “If I am not my thoughts, what are they?” and “Is there a certain amount of time I need to meditate to feel the benefit?” We also dive into his dharma (purpose) journey on going from a young boy in Sri Lanka infatuated by monks, to forgetting it all and focusing on marketing, then coming back into it to create his meditation studio and now the Open App. This is an inspiring conversation for any aspiring entrepreneur who is wanting to create a mission that is in alignment with their spiritual selves! Connect with Manoj https://www.manojdias.com.au/ / https://www.instagram.com/manojdias_/ Receive 30 days free of the Open App for meditation, breathwork, movement and more when you visit withopen.com/SAHARA Intro + Outro Music: Silent Ganges by Maneesh de Moor Follow me your spiritual bestie to active your fullest expression + laugh along the way: Instagram.com/iamsahararose TikTok: @iamsahararose Facebook.com/iamsahararose + Twitter.com/iamsahararose Order My Books: www.iamsahararose.com/books By accessing this Podcast, I acknowledge that the entire contents are the property of Sahara Rose, or used by Sahara Rose with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this Podcast may save and use information contained in the Podcast only for personal or other non-commercial, educational purposes. No other use, including, without limitation, reproduction, retransmission or editing, of this Podcast may be made without the prior written permission of the Sahara Rose, which may be requested by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. This podcast is for educational purposes only. The host claims no responsibility to any person or entity for any liability, loss, or damage caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly as a result of the use, application, or interpretation of the information presented herein.
Hey Goal Diggers! Today's episode is all about those daily girl boss habits that will blow up your business! Join me as I dive into these SEVEN habits and steps you can take on to build your business, stay focused, and make the impact that you want! So, if you're ready to get lit in your business and set your soul on fire, then stay tuned!
En su día (2016-2020) Donald Trump se fijó una hoja de ruta que hoy muestra sus efectos en la democracia estadounidense. Alteró -con el apoyo decidido de su partido, por supuesto- la composición de la Suprema Corte nombrando jueces ultraconservadores. Eso es allá en la nación del norte y algunos pensarán que no tiene nada que ver con nuestros problemas. Pero el desbalance de poderes en las democracias siempre es un asunto sensible que debemos observar. No sea que un día, sin percatarnos, perdamos conquistas fundamentales sin siquiera darnos cuenta. En las últimas semanas, las decisiones de la Corte, desde la abolición de restricciones a la portación de armas en sitios públicos en Nueva York, hasta la supresión del derecho a decidir (aborto) como prerrogativa constitucional, el restablecimiento de normas para favorecer a los conservadores religiosos en Washington y hasta la supresión de potestades a la Agencia de Protección Ambiental para limitar la emisión de gases de efecto invernadero, todo eso ha alterado la convivencia en el país, tanto que algunos se atreven a asimilarlo con decisiones encadenadas tan destructivas como la guerra civil. El punto es ¿qué sucede cuando priva un poder por encima de los otros y se pierde el necesario y delicado balance que armoniza la vida en común en el estado de derecho? El activismo de los jueces como decisores políticos siempre es un tema polémico. ¿Cuánto peso le corresponde al Legislativo, cuánto al Ejecutivo y cuánto al Judicial? ¿Cómo se preserva al poder Electoral? En fin, ¿cómo se garantiza la independencia de cada uno y el contrapeso para tomar las mejores decisiones en aras del bienestar colectivo, entendiendo las complejidades de respetar la diversidad como eje central de la civilización humana? Conversamos sobre balance de poderes y activismo judicial con Marco Feoli y Mario Matarrita, profesores de la maestría de Justicia Constitucional de la Universidad de Costa Rica.
Interested in more music advice? Go here to browse our catalog of jazz lessons and courses available for purchase. Want some jazz courses taught by Reuben and Bob? Our Bass Access Pass includes every bass course in one convenient place.Let us know what you think by leaving a ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ review, or head over to our YouTube channel.Follow us on Twitter | Instagram★ Support this podcast ★
When it comes to negotiation and learning persuasive communication people get uncomfortable. I want to help you pay less and save more. Because whether it's you walking your dog this morning so your wife can take the kids to school, or choosing your second favorite brunch place because your good friend likes to eat outside... negotiating is a part of our everyday life. In this episode, I'm sharing negotiating tactics for paying less that apply to your personal life as well as your business. Listen in and discover feel-good negotiating tips for saving money, real-life examples of using these practices, how I negotiated a quote from 40k to 24k (and we both came out with a win-win), and mindset secrets to feeling more confident when buying so you can save money. My goal is to help you sharpen your negotiating skills and save tons of money on your business, and your personal life! So listen in and save money. Haven't left a review yet? All you have to do is go to https://brandonlucero.com/podcast. Plus, when you send a screenshot of your review to email@example.com my team will share an exclusive bonus episode with you! Thank you for your support of the show! FREE CONTENT TRAINING: Engaging Content Formula For Online Entrepreneurs - Unlock why your audience isn't engaging with you, and learn the most effective content formula that will instantly attract more eyeballs, traction, and engagement - https://brandonlucero.com/trw Connect with me on Instagram!
What if you could create a life of balance?! Avishai is showing you that this is possible when you let go of any toxicity. Discover ways to transform your life and produce a better YOUniverse by implemening those tips today! Want to lessen the stress in your life through Astrological means? Grab the Astrology Planner: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0B5KK3K6N/ref=sr_1_3?qid=1656992116&refinements=p_27%3AAvishai+El+All+Rights+Reserved&s=books&sr=1-3&text=Avishai+El+All+Rights+Reserved&asin=B0B5KK3K6N&revisionId=&format=4&depth=1 Work With Avishai: linktree.com.avishaiel/
Leaders must have relationships in order to be effective at influence and leadership. But, they also are responsible for getting results in their role as a leader. How do you balance both?
Ryan M has made recovery a huge part of his life. He didn't get sober, he got involved. Ryan has been part of the service culture of AA from his entire time getting sober (March 2013). Coming into the program in his early 30's, he was attracted to the younger people in his 12 step group and got involved the the Young People in AA organizations. If you go to a service group in Ryan's area, chances are you will run into him.It was not always like that. During his drinking career, Ryan isolated. He started out being part of the crowd and as his drinking got worse, he got older and his friends moved on, his only companions were TV shows and movies. Ryan lived vicariously through the shows he watched, never really engaging with life. At Ryan's lowest, he was arrested at his parent's home, while picking up dog poop. And like many of us who put down the bottle, he was able to change into something beyond his wildest dreams.Join us for this inspiring story of recovery and service from our friend Ryan M.Want to help our show? Subscribe, review, rate and share. Help us get the show into the ears of those who could use it the most.Cantina Blues - Take the Lead by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100407Well Balanced: A podcast from Balance, Google's App of the YearEach week, expert meditation coaches share practical tips for a healthier, happier life.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Scrub TalkA podcast made for healthcare workers, students, and fans of Grey's Anatomy.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Becoming MindStrongThe TRUTH about nutrition, fat loss, health, and fitness. Here's how to never diet again.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify The Mindful Midlife Crisis A podcast for people navigating the complexities and possibilities of life's second halfListen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyWe wanted to alert you that you may hear some ads inserted into the show. We've carefully selected each ad to be sure it's recovery appropriate. We are not looking to make a profit, only looking to get enough help to make this expense neutral. We'd love your feedback. You can email at firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show
- "ANALYSIS, BALANCE and CLARITY:" "Getting to the Bottom Line on Why Protesting the National Anthem Does NOT Always Achieve the Desired Result. But Can We as Christians Do a Better Job of Understanding WHY More People are Protesting?" - DR. JIM DENISON: "Protests, the American Flag - and What Happens if Nobody 'Gets' the Way You're Protesting? An Example for Christians to Follow" - MICHAEL EMLET: "Loving Others as God Loves Us"
- BETH GUCKENBERGER: Throw the First Punch: Defeating the Enemy Hell-Bent on Your Destruction - ANALYSIS, BALANCE, CLARITY - and DISCERNMENT: "Why is California Governor Gavin Newsom Running Ads in FLORIDAY Supporting His Re-Election Campaign?" - UPDATE on 4th of July SHOOTING DEATHS of 6 People in an Unprovoked Attack in Highland Park, IL"
The first episode in a series where Uncle Dolemite will be discussing dating, relationships, relationship gurus and shooting your shot. There will possibly be guests and if you follow him on social media you can get questions answered.http://Linktr.ee/YungDolemitehttp://TooMuchGamePodcast.Storehttp://Patreon.com/Townehousemediahttp://LatteJavaDrips.com/ljdradio
After blowing through my flagship program, Course Creator School, with a vengeance, Sarah Becker of Becker Talks Money launched her first financial course for entrepreneurs and self-employed women. She was hoping to get 5 people at a $297 price point (so, about $1500 total) to beta test and get proof of concept for this course idea. Well after a low-key launch, she got 44 students, doubled her Instagram following, and made $11,680 in sales! What an incredible success story! Tune in to this episode to hear about how she did it, what she learned, what she attributes her success to, and get some of her personal finance tips. ---Ready to launch your first online course? I've got a free class with your name on it. Sign up to learn how to identify your profitable course idea, get it launched, and find out how I went from $0 → $500k/year in courses: https://learn.gemmabonhamcarter.com/class/---Don't forget to subscribe and review the podcast if you like what you hear: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-course-creator-show/id1470482672I love sending out emails to my peeps with helpful tips, inspiration, and free stuff I create and use in my own business. If you're already on my list, you'll see that I'll also be sure to alert you to the new episodes as they come out. If you aren't already on my email list, well babe… what are you waiting for? I can't wait to be BFFs with you and learn more about your business and goals and life.So make sure to get your cute butt over there. You can head to: https://gemmabonhamcarter.com/bestiesMake sure you go ahead and forward it to your biz BFF. Leave a review on iTunes. Share it on your instagram and tag me. I would give you some major online love for that.Support the show
Let's talk balance! What goes into creating a work-life system that honors and prioritizes all these hats we wear? Anne and special guest co-host Erikka J share their own methods for balancing the various elements of a successful voiceover business, and discuss how to maximize productivity using techniques that keep the whole self in focus. Stay tuned for great conversations about time management, rest and relaxation, technology tools, and so much more. Explore focus skills, and learn how balancing your personal life and work life can be the key to being the best #VOBOSS you can be… MORE: https://www.voboss.com/balance >> It's time to take your business to the next level, the BOSS level! These are the premiere Business Owner Strategies and Successes being utilized by the industry's top talent today. Rock your business like a BOSS, a VO BOSS! Now let's welcome your host, Anne Ganguzza. Anne: Hey everyone. Welcome to the VO BOSS podcast. I'm your host Anne Ganguzza, and today I am excited to start a brand new series with special guest co-host Erikka J. Woohoo! Erikka: Hey! Anne: Hey Erikka. Well, for those of you that don't know Erikka, she is a singer-songwriter and award-winning voice actor. She's voiced commercials, narrations, political campaigns, for top brands such as Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Apple, IBM, Discover, Black Lives Matter, and many more. She's also a product and project management professional with 15 years experience in various sectors, including state and federal government, contracting, eCommerce, software development, and automotive. Woo Erikka. That's a list. Wow. You do an awful lot. Erikka: I forgot most of that. Thanks for the reminder. Anne: And not only that you just came back from like an extensive learning experience, extraordinaire at one of the JMC Euro retreats in Barcelona. Erikka: Yeah. Yeah. That was awesome. Anne: You're doing it all. It's kind of crazy. I think, uh, how do you do it? How do you achieve a balance with all of that? Because it just seems like, you know, you and I both, I run multiple brands, and it's something that we deal with, I think, on a daily basis. I think it would be a great topic for today's episode to talk about how we can achieve balance in our VO careers. Erikka: Absolutely. Anne: Or lives, not just VO careers, right? Erikka: Right. Anne: Take that back. Erikka: Right. For sure. Like the whole life 'cause family too. Anne: That's right. Erikka: How about that? Anne: That's right. Erikka: Um, but key number one, the number one tool is coffee. Both: Anne: Oh my God. And I literally, before we came on, I filled my cup to the max. So yeah, I've got coffee, but don't forget, BOSSes, also have that big old jug of water in your studio. Erikka: Oh, absolutely. Absolutely. Anne: Because I use that as a chaser so my vocal cords don't dry up, but yes, coffee. Erikka: I do both for sure. Not too much coffee. Just that one cup for me to get going in the morning. And if you wanna lay off that, green tea is a good alternate. You know? Anne: Yeah, absolutely. Erikka: It has caffeine. Anne: Absolutely. Erika: But yeah. You know, prioritization is a huge piece of how I handle all that. I don't get to every audition I want to sometimes, you know? Anne: Well, yeah. I remember that being my biggest hindrance, I think in progressing in my voiceover career back when I first started, because I had a very demanding tech job, and it pretty much took like all hours of the daytime for me. It wasn't just nine to five. I mean, a lot of times I was even working overtime, and I don't know if that's true with you, but it was hard for me to get to those auditions on time. Erikka: Yeah. So thank goodness I don't really have the overtime thing. Being able to work full-time from home kind of helps with that balance. So I know a lot of different places are offering that now, or maybe even just, you know, once or twice a week. So that helps a lot. But man, it is definitely a prioritization game, and to be able to accept and give yourself grace that you just can't do everything. Anne: Yeah. Erikka: So you do what's most important. Anne: Well, I think one thing that has changed well since the pandemic, right, the fact that you can potentially work from home, if that's a possibility, unless you work for Apple, right, at this point because Erikka: Right. Anne: Yeah. That's not gonna be a possibility, I don't think, but interestingly enough, our world has changed since the pandemic with people working from home and lots of companies offering their employees the ability to at least work remotely a portion of the time, or even sometimes forever. I know my husband can now work from home forever, and I actually really love that. I love having him home. I think he loves not having to sit in the commute for how many hours, which actually depending on how you use that time, I used to always listen to podcasts when I was sitting in traffic to try to make my time valuable in traffic. But yeah, it's so different now. So thankfully, if you work from home, you might be able to squeeze in and audition here or there. Erikka: Yeah. You know, I think corporations have increasingly become more aware of the benefits of balance to the corporate business. So people understanding that if I don't have to spend two hours of my day in traffic, maybe I'm more refreshed. Maybe I'm willing to spend an extra hour at work, getting that report done because I don't sit in traffic to do it. I can do a load of laundry or pick my kids up and come back and do a meeting. So I think that that's why a lot of them are increasingly okay with some remote work. Anne: And also there were some studies that were done that said that people were more productive at their home. Erikka: Absolutely. Anne: And I think for us as voice talent, because we primarily work from home anyways, if we're full-time, it makes all that much more difference to have that in-person kind of contact, which we get at conferences. But for the people who work full time, such as yourself and are voice actors and successful ones, not even just, oh, you're just starting out -- no, you're a very successful voice actor, not only finding time for auditions and work, but also escaping for a week or two to go to conferences and further your education. How are you working that with your job? I mean, is that something you have to beg for or I remember I was used to beg for time off. Erikka: Well, couple things. I think that just honestly, from a personality perspective, I'm not one that needs to be in the office and get the human interaction. I am a true textbook ambivert. I get my extrovert activities in, and I'll run to my bubble and you won't even know it. Like, you'll be like, where'd Erikka go? Like I needed to go recharge. So I don't necessarily need that, that touch. I get plenty just by doing live sessions and talking to people and the people in my home, and I'm good. But because a lot of my job is prioritization at work as a product owner, like I'm literally prioritizing work for my software developers, I just kind of make sure that I have everything done and ready to go if I know I'm gonna be out. And thank goodness I work for a wonderful company that has a great, flexible, unlimited PTO policy. So as long as your manager approves it and you know, your work is done, they're like, go ahead and take your time off and take care of yourself because that -- know that rested employees or employees that are able to live their lives and not have it all be about work are more productive and produce better work. Anne: Absolutely. And it really enables the creative aspect, I think of the profession to really shine if you have that time, that downtime. And I have to say that I do like the companies that enable the unlimited PTO. If you've got your work done, I know my husband has that same thing, and it's really, really made a difference. When I was working full time, it was one of those professions where I couldn't really work from home. And so it really was kind of prohibitive for me to do voiceover during the day, while I was at the job. But I think we have so many more opportunities these days, especially if you work in the tech sector. Right? And you don't necessarily have to be out in the field fixing computers or anything, but if you work and you have remote capabilities and so -- remote software capabilities and you know, there's Zoom. Thank God for Zoom and all the technological capabilities that help us to at least simulate a meeting with another person and see their faces, which I think is great. But yeah, I think starting out now in VO and working a full-time job, I think is a little bit easier. Erikka: Oh, absolutely. Anne: Yeah. Erikka: And like you said, there's more opportunities for remote work. It's, you know, more accepted and not as taboo and seen as, oh, you're gonna kind of, you know, screw up or at home and just not really do your work. That's not really the thought anymore. And even with voiceover has become increasingly remote. You know, it's not so much that you have to go into the studio for every single session or even for auditions. It's been more accepted that there's a lot of technology available where and, you know, knowledge where people can actually have broadcast quality studios from home. So I think on both sides of it, it makes it easier now that technology has advanced. Anne: And now let me ask you a question in regards to your , it's not even just a double life 'cause you do so many things. I feel like it's a triple, quadruple, like whatever kind of a life. Erikka: Yeah. Anne: Now do you tell your employer about the fact that you are a voiceover artist as well? And are you transparent with that? Or how does that work for you? Erikka: I'm so glad you asked that question because it was a little bit of a journey for me. So before I was really kind of doing voiceover to the magnitude I am now, it was more so music. And you know, I was writing at night and doing gigs on the weekends, and I was working for the government at the time. And you know, that just didn't really quite mix. And I wasn't really keeping it a secret, but I didn't broadcast it either. And the more I got uncomfortable with that, because I felt like I was hiding a piece of myself, I started to talk about it more. And then when I got this new job in the private sector, I was kind of really focused on corporate for a while and then pandemic hit. And you know, I started to say, you know what, this is me as a whole person. And I have a corporation that really values the whole person. And there are things that I learn in voiceover that help make me more creative at work. And it turns out I've actually done a couple of jobs for my company. Actually, they had a commercial that they ran here locally in Atlanta to try to get people to apply, you know, a lot of employment campaigns happening. So I was able to use that experience of literally the script was, we have multitudes and you know, people do all these other things. The visuals are showing people, doing all these other things outside of work. And I was like, that's me too. So I stopped hiding, and I actually have it on my LinkedIn. My headline is both of my titles. Anne: I love that. Erikka: And I love it. And I know that it's not comfortable for everybody, and not all corporations are quite that there yet, but I encourage some people to consider that. There was someone I was talking to and she's a doctor, and she had two separate profiles for her medical work and for her narration work. And I'm like, oh my goodness, do you know how much medical narration work you could get? Because you have the credibility of being a doctor. Anne: Oh, absolutely. Absolutely. Erikka: I say combine them if you can. Anne: Yeah. And be as transparent if you can. You know what's nice I think about voiceover is I feel like if there's a conflict of interest, , there's not high risk of that happening in your job, because there's really nothing else like voiceover. And, and I feel like, you know, unless of course maybe you're voicing a campaign for a competing company. Erikka: Yeah. Anne: That might be where some of the conflict of interest is, but in terms of actually having another career and being able to be transparent with your employer, I think that today it's even better than ever to have both. Right? You can have it all. Erikka: Absolutely. And I'm so glad you said that because that is one thing I did when I first got a job and they reached out to me, and it was actually my company as a whole separate media or creative agency, and they reached out to me for a job, they found me on 123. And I was like, whoa, I wanna make sure this isn't a problem. And I did reach out to our ethics and legal department, and they cleared it. They said, this is fine. Anne: Oh, that's great. Erikka: I think that's a great point to make sure you're not doing conflicts of interest. You don't wanna voice for, you know, a competitor and be the voice of. . Anne: Well, exactly. Erikka: That's probably not a good idea. So there are some considerations, but like you said, for the most part, it's pretty safe. Anne: Now, when you did your voiceover for your company, they did pay you, correct? Erikka: Yes. Anne: Separate? Erikka: They did. Anne: Yeah, okay. That's good. That's excellent. Now, was that something that you had to request? Because that's something I know a lot of people -- well, like myself and it was so long ago, it was just kinda like, oh yeah, you'll do those recordings for us. Right? You know? And it's part of your job, as part of your standard job. And, and at the time I don't think I was confident enough to like really stand up and say, hey, this is something that I get paid for. I think I used it as kind of a, a learning and a stepping stone as like here, because I hadn't really started working yet, but I wanted to. And I had been training. And so the timing for me was, oh, okay. This will be a good learning opportunity for me to voice some spots for the company and no, they're not gonna pay me, but that's okay because I'm on the job, then let me do it. And I'll consider this a learning on the job thing. Erikka: Yeah. I think that depends. So like in my case it was okay because it was actually a creative agency. It wasn't the company itself and they were hiring me. So it was fine for them paying me -- Anne: Okay. Erikka: -- you know, monetarily, but if a company that you're working for, and they're coming to you directly to, you know, voice a commercial that's going to put you in conflict and help sell something, I might not wanna do that, 'cause if you're without extra compensation, 'cause that takes you outta the running for other things. Anne: Sure. Erikka: But if it's like, you know, an e-learning or an explainer and it's not gonna take a lot of, and like it's, you're on the clock anyway, and you do kind of need the practice, I think that can be great. It's not necessarily a bad thing if it doesn't put you in conflict, but I think that's sort of a case by case, you know, see what feels right to you. I, I have heard of some people getting taken advantage, which I don't think is right. Anne: Yeah. I agree there. Yeah, I think that also, if it isn't a conflict of interest, I think it, it is something that you're talking about. I think it's also something that if we've not thrown the topic of you are worth it enough around in the industry, let's do it again. Right? You are worth getting paid. And I think that if you are transparent and your company finds that there's no real, you know, conflict of interest, you should mention, you know, if they ask you to do something for them, I think that you should absolutely stand up and, and say, yeah, absolutely. And will this be, you know -- for me, I was like, well, will there be an additional check for this? Or will there be additional money being allocated for this job? Because I would be happy to provide you with a quote. Erikka: Yeah. And the thing is that comes into that is it's not just your time. And it's really easy to just say, oh, we are just talking into a microphone, but who bought that microphone? Who bought the interface? Anne: Exactly. Erikka: Who bought the computer? Who paid for the training so that you had to do this in 30 minutes or whatever? You have a business; you have a media business. You're not just talking into a microphone, and you've invested in that. So they need to pay for part of that. Absolutely. Anne: So let me ask you a question, now, how are you prioritizing hours in your day? Is it possible for you to actually say, oh, here's I, I have an hour here that I can do auditions depending on the day, the schedule, the meetings? How do you organize your day with a full-time job and then working in full-time voiceover? Erikka: Yeah. So I have a lot of tools that I use, some new-school, some old. You know, I use things like ever node and -- Anne: Yep, yep. Erikka: Task List, Google Tasks and things like that. But I also, honestly, I'm really good about just paper and pencil, and I know that's old and I'm like an elder millennial and I still use it, but I do to-do lists. I, I use the calendar on my phone. Anne: me too. I love my calendar. Erikka: I love it. So it's like if I have auditions, and I know that they're coming in, you know, they're probably coming in from the west coast later in the day, I might try to record them that night if I have the energy for it. And maybe I'll edit them in the morning before my workday so that I can hear it again and see if I need to make adjustments. So I'll try to do that. I really try to get very efficient with my audition process and -- Anne: Yeah, that's key. Erikka: That is key. So that you're not spending 30 minutes on one audition. You don't have time for it. Anne: Gosh, yes. So here's just a little diversion into that world. And as a matter of fact, I've, I've talked to so many people that have been in the business for years, and auditioning is kind of a skill. It's like a muscle. And I think the more that you do it, the better you get at it. And also I think the more you realize that your first few takes are usually the ones that are the best, and it's not number 15 or 16 when you've rethought it or gone for a walk and come back and listened and said, oh God, no, it's horrible. Let me start again. Really, to be efficient, that I think is key to keeping a balance, right, to your work lives, you know, in multiple occupations. So don't spend an exorbitant amount of time on your auditions and just -- I always limit myself to three, takes three takes, done, send it and forget it. Erikka: Yep. Yep. And what I'll do too is like, if I it's a red flag to me, if I've been on something for more than 10, maybe 15 minutes, if it's a little longer, and I've have recorded auditions and not sent them, 'cause I was like, you know what? This just doesn't even feel right. This one isn't for me. Anne: I love that you said that because I have done that too. I always go by my gut instinct. And I feel that even if after the three takes, I'm not feeling it, I'm not gonna send it in. 'Cause you're right. Again, we are storytellers and we have to be able to envision the scene. We have to be in the scene to be real, to be authentic. And it has to feel right I think in order to really, I don't know, work. Erikka: Yeah. Yeah. That's part of the balance. And I think a lot of times we know, even before we get in the booth. Like I'll get that email and I'll get that gut. Like, Ooh, I can't wait to read this. You know? And then you get the one where it's like eeeehhh. Anne: Well, I think it's important to note though that when you read through it the first time, and just because you're efficient at auditioning doesn't mean that you're not reading through and doing a little bit of analysis now in the beginning. Because in order to know, if you wanna tell the story, you kind of have to know the story. So taking a look at that script and maybe doing a Google here and there for the company or the brand, if it's known, absolutely can help you. And it can speed up the process. Gosh, what did we do before the Internet, right, when we got an audition and we wanted to find out more about the product, or I'd never heard about the product and so oh, okay. I'm just gonna read these words. Erikka: I bow to the OGs that had to do that before me, 'cause I never had to, and I don't know what I would've done. Anne: Yeah. Just reading the words doesn't cut it these days. It just, it never really cut it before either, I don't think, but it really has to be something that organically comes from you. And to get to that position and to understand the story, you've gotta know a little bit about the story, and that takes more than a minute. Erikka: Yeah. Yeah. I'm so glad you said that. Efficient does not mean fast. They are not synonyms. It just means that you have a process down. You know, maybe you are speed reading, you know, you're not necessarily like really digesting and sitting with it for 30 minutes, but you are getting an idea of what the story is, how you might connect with it. And then sometimes I do come in the booth and cold read because for me it, sometimes it's more organic as someone who, who is literally anxious. Like I, I have anxiety and I get in my head and sometimes the cold read ends up being the best one. Anne: But a cold read doesn't always mean that you're not familiar with the words, either -- Erikka: The story. Anne: -- because there's a certain method to speed reading. And actually I just was reading about something called bionic reading the other day. Erikka: Yes. I read that too. Anne: Yes. Very interesting. Where you get certain letters highlighted in the words, because it says your brain -- Erikka: Brain fills them in for you. Anne: Yeah. Your brain is faster than your eyes. So I honestly am looking for that app so that I can put all of my scripts into it because I actually saw it and it worked for me that I was able to process the words faster and comprehend them. That's the biggest thing I think we need is comprehension. And if you can do that faster and more efficient, that's gonna again help you with the balance of managing everything that you have to do in any given day. So we've got your full time job, right? You've got your pretty much full time voiceover, I would say. And then now what else are you struggling with? Or we've got life actually. Right? We've gotta have that time, that downtime so that again, like we were talking about before, where we can refresh and reset. Erikka: Yeah. Yeah. I have this mantra when I was doing more so music, it was, I had these t-shirts that was like natural born hustler and that's still kind of my thing. I'm definitely of a strong work ethic. I love working, but as I've gotten older and had more things on my plate and been kind of forced into it, that has evolved into now that rest is part of the work. That's my mantra. Anne: You're right. Yeah. Rest is part of the work. I like that. Erikka: Because if you are not rested, you are not bringing your best self to that script. You are not bringing your best self to the booth, and you're not bringing your best self to yourself or your family. Anne: Agreed. Erikka: You've got to recharge. You can't keep using your phone. It's gonna die on you. you're no different. Anne: I love that. And I'll tell you, I was that person back in the day. I remember now I'm like, I feel like here I am, I'm old, but I used to be able to survive on four or five hours of sleep at night. I can't do that anymore. I need to rest and recharge. And my brain has to shut off. That I think is the most energetic part of me is my brain, all the time going. And that also kind of disrupts my sleep once in a while. Erikka: Well, yeah, I definitely have had issues with, with sleep. And the thing is that I had to learn that even being creative and balanced in all aspects of your life, even rest, it doesn't have to be the eight hours of sleep at night. I'm not one that can do the eight hours. Usually like a good night of rest for me is seven. But like I might catch a 15-minute power nap. I have a friend that lives by power naps and he's right. Like there are sleep cycles and you can research this. If you sleep in intervals of like, I think it's like 15, 30, 45 or an hour and a half, like that can give you an, like a boost literally. Where if you sleep, if an have an hour, like you interrupt a sleep cycle and it's not as efficient as if you had slept for 45 minutes, something like that. Anne: Sure. Erikka: And if you get creative about how you're resting, even not sleeping, if there's a way to just rest your brain, like silence, meditating, all those things count. Anne: Can I just say, as I've gotten older, a woman of a certain age, my sleep patterns have changed, where all of a sudden I'm up in the middle of the night for an hour or two. Erikka: Me too. Me too. Anne: So first of all, I'm so thankful and grateful that I have voiceover because I'm not paranoid about getting up, shower, dressed and out the door and fighting the traffic. I don't feel that pressure. So if I'm up for an hour or two in the middle of the night, I don't stress about it. I just am like, okay, that's my sleep pattern. That's just the way it is. If I'm not sleepy, I'm gonna, I don't know. I'm gonna, I don't know, watch some TV until I fall asleep. And so for me, I'm not stressing about the fact that I'm not sleeping and it's funny 'cause my doctor she's like, okay, okay. So I know you're probably stressed out that you have an irregular sleep pattern. I'm like actually no, I'm really fine with it. And hopefully it's the same with you because you have to maybe report to work at a certain time. But if you have flex hours, I mean, that's just an amazing thing that we can just not have to stress about that lack of sleep during the middle of the night or just different sleep patterns. One of my assistants, literally she works during the night and sleeps during the day. So. Erikka: Yeah. You have to learn yourself. Like that's the key to balance too is knowing what really works for you. Like I know me, even if I don't sleep well at night, I'm gonna probably be up before 8:00. My circadian rhythm just does not let me sleep late unless I am like really sick. If I'm in bed at 10:00, you need to check on me. Anne: Yep. Yep. Erikka: Because something is wrong. Anne: Same here. Same here. Erikka: So it's just about knowing, like if you're a night owl and you know that you're most creative and work well at night, then find work, whether that's voiceover or even corporate work, that's gonna match that. So that you can be your best self. Anne: Now, do you have any other, when you wanna come down and you wanna just refresh your creative, do you have any particular things that you do? Do you meditate? Do you exercise? Erikka: Yeah. So, I don't exercise as much as I used to or as much as I want to or should. Anne: Yeah, I know. I think, I think, I think we all go through that. Although I've come back to this point where I'm doing like little power bursts of exercise, because I have to. Like, we're talking like literally five minutes at a time. No, if I'm in between, let's say, students or in between a gig and I get outta my studio. I'm gonna do like my little squats. My arm movements, gonna grab a couple of weights and I'm gonna do like a power set for maybe five minutes. And I find that that really helps me a lot during the day. I feel much stronger now because before I was just sitting on my butt, and it was not doing me any good for sure. Erikka: For me, I had this little sticky note I wrote for myself 'cause I'm a sticky note-aholic and I called it 60 seconds of sunshine. So if I have sessions and meetings and all this stuff going on, I can give myself 60 seconds of sunshine. It gives me the fresh air to reset. It gives literally -- the sun is vitamin D and all these things and you know, it just kind of resets you. I would do that even when I was in the office, like I would just go outside for a minute. Even if I don't have time to really walk or do anything. Just finding little bursts, little things that you can do throughout the day to reset your brain. It does help. Anne: Yeah. I agree, that 60 seconds of sunshine, I like that. I think I'm gonna put that um, a sticky note on mine. That, and I love to just go and take a break and pet the fur babies. Erikka: Yes, oh my goodness. Anne: 'Cause that just releases my stress unbelievably well. Erikka: Absolutely, they're -- because they don't care about anything. They just want love and food and sleep. . Anne: That's it love, food, and sleep. Erikka: Love, food, and sleep. Don't we all just want love, food, and sleep at the end of the day? Anne: It's so true. Really. And that love includes ourself, right? And taking care of ourself and trying to achieve that balance -- where I know myself, I have fallen into this and anybody that knows me again, I am a little bit of a workaholic. And it's really become so important with me because I will say I've, I've encountered some health issues of late that have forced me to say, whoa, Anne. You are sitting too much. You're working too much and you need to really stop and take a look at -- now, I think it's one thing about me. I've always been super, uber focused. I mean, I play hard and I work hard. So I just got too many years during the pandemic of working way too hard and not necessarily playing. So I know myself, the balance has had to come back into play major, especially the older you get. I don't wanna sound like a, an old broken record, but I'll tell you what, it's so much more important as you age. That's that's all I can say. Erikka: You telling -- likewise, I told you, the natural born hustler. I still have some of those hats and shirts. People are wearing them. Like I was, I love working. I got that from my dad. Anne: Me too, me too. Erikka: It's true workaholic. Anne: And my dad too. Erikka: Yeah. However, like you said, especially as you get a little older and you start doing more things, and your body's going to tell you to sit down, and you don't do it voluntarily. It will do it for you. And I just, I'd rather make the choice. Anne: Absolutely, absolutely. So I think balance. So then if you had to sum it up, if we're working towards better balance in our lives with our careers and lives, what would be your recommendations? Erikka: Find something every day that gives you joy, because I think joy is something that is a super fuel. Anne: Super balancer. Erikka: Yeah. And if you have some -- I mean it could be something tiny. I mean, lately I've been more on like iced coffee. I don't know why, it's just been, maybe it's getting hotter. I'm usually like I want hot all year long, but the coffee is what gives you the joy in the first thing in the morning, it makes it help so much easier to cope with all the other things throughout the day and give you that balanced perspective of yes, maybe this thing is irritating me or hard right now, but I'm gonna be able to have coffee again tomorrow. Or, you know, whatever it is that brings you, that sort of sense of balance in your life. Prioritization is another huge one. You can't do it all. And if you're workaholics like me and Anne and you wanna do everything -- Anne: You think you can. Erikka: You think you can -- Anne: I found an app. Well, it's not even an app. You can go right online. It's called the Pomodoro technique. So literally I think it was developed and I don't know the name of the guy. Maybe it was Richard Pomodoro, but anyways, his mother had one of those old timers that was shaped like a tomato. And so he was a writer, and he was struggling to keep his focus. And so he decided that he would set the timer and focus only on his writing for a set number of time. So it turns out that 25 minutes was key for him. You do whatever you need to do for 25 minutes. And then for five minutes you take a break ,and then you come back. And you do it again. And you do four cycles of the 25 minutes focusing. And I'll tell you what. I started using it for my own writing. 'cause I write blogs, and I find, I love to write, but write writing takes me forever. And I get very distracted and I'm like, oh, I just got an email. Oops, just got a text. And so I literally this simple thing it's pomodor.app. I think you go there and it's a big timer on a webpage. You click on it to set it to 25 minutes and it does a little timer in your ear when it's all done. So I wear my headphones all day. And so it's literally click that 25 minutes and focus only on that one tab that I'm in or that application that I'm in. And it's really helped me. I have to say. Erikka: That is really a key to balance too, because one of the red flags that you're out of balance is burnout. When you're feeling burned out. And if you kind of iterate that way for yourself and make sure that you're setting aside some time for rest, then you can prevent yourself from burning out. There's a physical exercise sort of thing that approaches it that way called Tabata training where you work out for like four -- Anne: Oh yes, absolutely. Erikka: You work out for a few minutes and you have rest built into the routine. So that's awesome for your brain too. Anne: Absolutely. That's my husband, did Tatabatas in his spin class. Erikka: Yeah. It works. Anne: Exactly. You just, you give it your all for a few minutes, and then you rest and go back and do it again. So yeah. Pomodor, Pomodor technique. Yeah. BOSSes. We all need more balance, and I'm just so excited, Erikka, to have you for this new series. Really our theme is gonna be about balance throughout your career. And we're gonna be talking about all different things and how we can hopefully overall achieve balance and more success in life and in our career. Erikka: So let's do it, balance, baby. Anne: Yeah. So BOSSes, I want you to have a chance to use your voice to make an immediate difference and give back to the communities that give to you. If you wanna find out more, visit our newest sponsor, 100voiceswhocare.org to find out more. You can make a huge difference for just a small, quarterly contribution. And I'd like to give a huge shout-out to our sponsor, ipDTL. You too can connect and network like a BOSS like Erikka J and myself. Find out more at ipdtl.com. You guys, have an amazing weekend. We'll see you next week. Erikka: See you. Anne: Bye. >> Join us next week for another edition of VO BOSS with your host Anne Ganguzza. And take your business to the next level. Sign up for our mailing list at voBOSS.com and receive exclusive content, industry revolutionizing tips and strategies, and new ways to rock your business like a BOSS. Redistribution with permission. Coast to coast connectivity via ipDTL.
In this week's episode of Latina Lifestyle Legacy, Reyna and Ashley sit and chat with Ashley Villalpando. Ashley Villalpando is a young Latina entrepreneur in the mortgage industry who will be sharing how she has grown thick skin in this male dominated industry, all while trying to help her clients achieve the American Dream through real estate. Ashley also empowers the women around her to want for more in their success, love and happiness. Tune in to listen in on some misconceptions of the mortgage industry, her journey from before being in the industry and how she manages work/life balance while working with family. Ashley has the genuine heart to help and will be hosting a Gracefully Fierce event on July 16/17, 2022. Send her a D.M. on Instagram to purchase your tickets: Ashley's Instagram Ashley's Youtube Channel Join the Latina Lifestyle Legacy Membership and keep up with the ladies Latina Lifestyle Legacy Membership Latina Lifestyle Legacy Instagram Tasty Confections Instagram Reyna's Instagram Ashley's Instagram If you liked this episode be sure to submit your anonymous question to be featured in future episodes: Anonymous Question Form
In dieser Folge spreche ich mit Carolin Kotke @basischmitcaro über die Basische Ernährung aus einem ganz besonderem Blickwinkel. Denn Caro ist vor 4 Jahren an Brustkrebs erkrankt und hat während der Therapie ihre Ernährung umgestellt. Heute ist sie geheilt und hat es sich zur Mission gemacht möglichst viele Menschen für einen gesünderen und bewussten Lebensstil zu motivieren. In ihrem Buch "Eat well, feel better" - Die neue Säure-Basen-Formel geht es genau darum! Im Interview erzählt Caro: Warum eine ausreichend basische Ernährung so wichtig für Deinen Körper ist Welche Faktoren alle Einfluss auf den Base-Säuren-Haushalt nehmen Welche Anzeichen für eine Dysbalance im Säure-Basen-Haushalt sprechen Was Du in Deiner Ernährung verändern kannst um wieder mehr Balance im Körper herstellen kannst Welche Lebensmittel basisch und säurebildend wirken Ich freue mich wenn Dir die Folge weiterhilft! ——————————————————— Im Podcast erwähnt (Werbung): Carolin Kotke Instagram: carolinkotke & basischmitcaro Facebook: Carolin Kotke - healthy living and positivity Blog: carolionk.com Buch: Eat well feel better - die neue Säuren-Basen-Formel Seminare Rezepte —————————————————— Du möchtest keine Folge verpassen und zusätzliche Tipps direkt in dein Email Postfach bekommen? Dann melde Dich für meinen Newsletter an und erhalte meine 11 darmfreundlichen Rezepte die auch Meal Prep geeignet sind. Newsletter & Freebie Deine Gedanken zu meinem Podcastfolge kannst Du mir gerne auf Instagram unter dem Post mitteilen oder auch per Mail zusenden: email@example.com. Du würdest mir einen riesen Gefallen tun, wenn Du meinen Podcast auf iTunes mit 5 Sternen bewertest. So finden andere diesen Podcast auch und erhalten ebenfalls wertvolle Tipps zum Thema gesunde Ernährung. Alles Liebe Deine Hannah
It is never too early to learn about scholarships and the impact they can make on not only your education, but also your entire life. In this episode, we are shining a spotlight on two of the Young Money Scholarship recipients: Alain Lavoie and Alexandra Snider. These post secondary students are incredibly bright and will share so many great tips with you about their post secondary experiences and how scholarships have changed their lives. Listen in to learn why doing what you enjoy is so important—because if you don't, you won't be successful in hitting your goals. You will hear the importance of getting educated, why you should always believe in yourself, and how your perspectives can be broadened by attending post secondary school. “Education is the most powerful tool.” - Alain Lavoie This Week on Young Money: Why education is the most powerful tool in the world. The importance of doing what you enjoy. How to be more successful at hitting your goals. Why you must believe in yourself. The benefit of applying for any scholarship. Why you do not have to be in a heap of debt to go through university. Key takeaways: Take chances. Get educated. Be open. Make goals. Think long-term. Connect with Alexandra Snider: LinkedIn Connect with Alain Lavoie: LinkedIn Instagram Resources Mentioned: Young Money Student Podcasts EP151 Milli Moves: Financial Fitness Tips from Postsecondary Podcasters Paris Grant & Ryan Banfield EP152 Milli Moves: Scholarship Success with Shahab Rad, Centennial College Graduate EP153 Milli Moves: Financial Fitness Tips from Centennial College Students Ricardo Garcia and Janine Walters EP159 Milli Moves: Seeking Scholarships with Glenda Healy EP169 Celebrating the Young Money Scholarship Recipients EP171 Spotlight on Young Money Scholarship Recipients Leeah & Erica EP176 Spotlight on Young Money Scholarship Recipients Sharaf & Courtney EP248 Showcase of Young Money Scholarship Recipients Rate, Share & Inspire Other Young Millionaires-in-the-Making Thanks for tuning into the Young Money Podcast - the advice show for young millionaires-in-the-making! If you enjoyed this week's episode, head over to Apple Podcasts and leave us a rating and review. Visit our website to learn how easy it is to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Don't forget to share your favorite episodes on social media! Follow the Young Money Podcast on iTunes so you never miss an episode and reach out to us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, our LinkedIn Company Page, or by visiting our website.
Wombat and I got together to talk about creating the proper party balance for your game. It was a lovely conversation, and while three is no perfect solution and each game varies, I think we had a decent understanding of everything and how things work. Wombat Twitter | ToA Twitter Table Party Podcast Help support the show with Patreon or Ko-Fi! All money provided helps ensure the show continues and is able to get art work for future shows! I am in two more shows! 2000 Tales: Weird Web (Horror Monster of the Week stream held every Friday night at 9pm Eastern on Twitch.) Podcast Twitter Twitch Awfully Queer Heroes (D&D 5e Games with mostly queer cast. Uncaged Anthology is DMed by me and Tower of the Soul that I DM. Uncaged Anthology Podcast Twitter We have two new shows on the Beholder to No One Podcast Network starting soon! Keep an eye on the Twitter's below for more details on when they will release! Sound Control: Radio Signal (Science Fiction Stories, Radio Signal will be a Savage Worlds Game ran by Dan) Twitter: https://twitter.com/SoundControlRPG Dice Before Dawn: Phoenix by Night (Darker stories, Phoenix by Night will be a Vampire the Masquerade 5th Edition game ran by Alex) Twitter: https://twitter.com/DiceBeforeDawn Please check us out on: Facebook Twitter Youtube Find more episodes on Podbean Keith (Nikki's Husband) Made our Website! Website Keith's Twitter Intro & Outro Music created by Kyellan
Ever wondered what would happen if a comedy hypnotist and a mind reader turned their skills to email marketing?Well the answer is Rob and Kennedy from the Email Marketing Heroes! They have quite a different take on email marketing for small businesses that flies in the face of the old fashioned ‘beat people over the head until they buy, die or unsubscribe' mentality.Instead, they tap into the psychological techniques they've mastered in the world of showbiz to build deeper relationships with your email subscribers and make making sales really easy.In this interview, we are covering: Whether you should send daily emails to your listHow to fit email in with your social media and content marketing strategies The best subject line they've ever used The sneaky partnership strategy that gets them incredible connectionsTune in so you can dial up your email strategy and start making bank from your list.And grab their “Click Tricks” resource so you can start getting more clicks from every email you send: https://emailmarketingheroes.com/gemma ---Ready to launch your first online course? I've got a free class with your name on it. Sign up to learn how to identify your profitable course idea, get it launched, and find out how I went from $0 → $500k/year in courses: https://learn.gemmabonhamcarter.com/class/---Don't forget to subscribe and review the podcast if you like what you hear: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-course-creator-show/id1470482672I love sending out emails to my peeps with helpful tips, inspiration, and free stuff I create and use in my own business. If you're already on my list, you'll see that I'll also be sure to alert you to the new episodes as they come out. If you aren't already on my email list, well babe… what are you waiting for? I can't wait to be BFFs with you and learn more about your business and goals and life.So make sure to get your cute butt over there. You can head to: https://gemmabonhamcarter.com/bestiesMake sure you go ahead and forward it to your biz BFF. Leave a review on iTunes. Share it on your instagram and tag me. I would give you some major online love for that.Support the show
Leadership goes beyond titles and positions. At this age, anyone can be a leader as long as they continuously inspire people to follow and exemplify the vision. In this episode, Denis and Douglas discuss the virtue of leadership and what it takes to be authentic amidst crises. Striking the balance between showing strength and vulnerability marks an effective leader and if this value is something one hold, it becomes a moral duty to share it with the world. On April 20th, 2020, Douglas J Utberg was ascending the corporate ladder as director of the Program Management office at a prominent Technology company. He had just successfully crafted the enterprise security roadmap and influenced Accounting to modernize its project policies when he was abruptly terminated without cause and no notice by the new Chief Information Officer in the middle of the COVID-19 global Pandemic. We are in need of more effective leaders in the world. Tune in as Denis and Doug share their insights of defining authentic leaders in this ever-changing world. In this episode: Douglas shares his “Marvel character” backstory - being 20 years in corporate, the everything perfectly, and then suddenly getting fired. Anytime that you're not investing, you're not making money. The transition from corporate to entrepreneurship requires a drastic mindset change and readiness to face hurdles you may have never thought of. Leadership is about creating a vision and exemplifying it for people to follow. It's all about value. Leadership calls for authenticity, but projecting fear may become detrimental. Balance showing strength and vulnerability. The title doesn't make you a leader. Many people in the position of leadership are not leaders. As a real leader, you don't care about your position or your title. Your concern is about how effective you are. Share your talents and abilities to the world. Keeping it to yourself is selfish. Key Takeaways: The traditional hiring system wastes people's time There is no such thing as paid vacation in entrepreneurship Inspiring people to follow makes you a leader, regardless of your position Being a leader requires a balance of strength and vulnerability Nobody knows the future - anyone who tells otherwise is lying Leadership and positinal authority are not related in any way People nowadays cannot stand nonsense any longer Tweetable Quotes: “Leadership is not about being in charge. Leadership is about creating values.” - Julian Hayes II “Nobody can see around corners. The only people who say you need to be able to see around corners are people who at some point guessed and were right… Nobody knows the future… and anybody who tells you that they can is lying.” - Douglas J Utberg “Leadership and positional authority are not related in any way, shape, or form. So you do not need anyone's permission to be a leader. The thing that defines whether you are a leader is whether people want to follow you. And the thing that defines whether you're a good leader is whether you are actively trying to create continual value for the people who are following you.” - Douglas J Utberg “If you have talents and abilities that are of legitimate value to other people, you have a moral duty to bring that out to the world.” - Douglas J Utberg Connect with Douglas on https://www.facebook.com/Doug.Utberg (Facebook) and https://www.linkedin.com/in/dougutberg/ (LinkedIn). Check out his https://terminalvalue.biz/ (website) and podcast https://www.terminalvaluepodcast.com (Terminal Value). Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website:http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/ ( http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/) Leadership Is Changing Facebook Group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/ ( https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/) Leadership is Changing LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/...
Amanda is joined by Dawn Barclay who is a mother and an author of the book "Travelling Different" and Dawn is sharing her tips for travelling with neurodiverse and neurotypical children.Included in this episode: Travelling with children in a car - tips for food, stopping, entertainment and moreTravelling with children on a plane - tips for anxiety, food, entertainment and so much moreHow to learn to travel for your children, lower your expectations as a parent and actually enjoy your vacation.Follow Dawn on IG at @traveling_differentCheck out Dwn's side at www.travelingdifferent.comPurchase Dawn's book : http://www.dawnbarclayink.com/book.htmlWell Balanced: A podcast from Balance, Google's App of the YearEach week, expert meditation coaches share practical tips for a healthier, happier life.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify The Zen (ish) Mommy Educate Empower Laugh ConnectA place where moms can slow down, be authentic, and take...Listen on: Apple Podcasts
On Friday June 24, 2022 the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, turning abortion laws over to the states. Those against abortion often use the argument that abortion has negative effects on the mental health of the person that had the abortion to defend anti-abortion laws. In today's episode I dive into the research on the relation between abortion and mental health. I discuss the mental health outcomes of those who seek an abortion for an unwanted pregnant, those who are denied an abortion, and those who experience an abortion for a wanted pregnancy. I also discuss the mental health implications of Roe v. Wade being overturned. References for this episode: https://www.apa.org/topics/abortionhttps://www.apa.org/monitor/2022/09/news-facts-abortion-mental-healthhttps://www.ansirh.org/research/ongoing/turnaway-studyhttps://www.apa.org/pi/women/programs/abortion/mental-health.pdfhttps://www.apa.org/news/press/releases/2022/05/restricting-abortion-mental-health-harmshttps://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/2050312118807624https://www.scielo.br/j/rlae/a/XYnPPrJZzwN3zBynRHHQ4NN/?format=html&lang=enhttps://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0277953619306999https://starlegacyfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/Herbert-2022-The-mental-health-impact-of-perinatal-loss.pdfhttps://academic.oup.com/humupd/article/24/6/731/5094891Ways to Work With Me:Mind Over MatterLGBTQ+ Affirming MasterclassResources:Anti-Racism ResourcesLGBTQ+ Affirming ResourcesThe Helping Professional's Guide to Boundary SettingConnect with Me:Follow me on IG @jessicaleighphdFollow the podcast on IG @psych.talk.podcastFollow me on TikTok @jessicaleighphdJoin my Facebook community: Grow Through What You Go ThroughSponsors & Collaborations:BettWell Balanced: A podcast from Balance, Google's App of the YearEach week, expert meditation coaches share practical tips for a healthier, happier life.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
“As busy as I am, I try to give 15, 10 minutes every week to someone because I recognize the power of that. And I recognize that I wouldn't be where I am if someone who was even busier than me didn't give me that 10 or 30 minutes.” -Dr. Umaru Barrie Today DocWorking is pleased to re-share an editor's favorite DocWorking the Whole Physician Podcast episode, 115: Physicians and the Power of Mentorship with Dr. Umaru Barrie. First published in November of 2021, Coach Gabriella Dennery MD has a refreshing conversation with Dr. Umaru Barrie about his journey in medicine and all about how to benefit from mentorships to boost your progress in your personal, community service and professional life, as well as how to pay it forward and become a mentor. Dr. Barrie gives us an inside look at how he benefited from having mentors in his personal life, education, community service, and professional career. On a scale of 1 to 10, he ranks having mentors with an importance of 1000! Do you have a mentor/mentors? Is having a mentor something that you haven't previously considered, or are you unsure how to find the right mentor? Do you wish you were further along in reaching your targeted trajectory or wish you had help knowing how to go about reaching your goals? This episode shines a light on these topics and more. Tune in to learn how to start reaching your full potential today. Umaru Barrie, a Sierra Leone/Guinean-American by way of Harlem, NY, has completed his 6th year combined Doctor of Medicine (M.D.)/Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) candidate at UT Southwestern Medical Center (UTSW) with a research focus on Molecular Microbiology and medical interests in Neurosurgery, Global Health, Academic Medicine and Molecular Microbiology. Prior to joining UTSW, he was a National Institute of Health scholar working under the mentorship of Dr. Desruisseaux at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, where he studied Chagas Disease and Malaria. During medical school, he served as medical class Co-President, Board of Directors of Student National Medical Association, Albert Schweitzer Fellow, Co-Director of National Future Leadership Project while maintaining active involvement in research publishing manuscripts in Neurosurgery, Academic Medicine, Community and Global Health. He has been fortunate to give back by co-founding numerous nonprofit organizations that raised money for humanitarian relief, providing uninsured patients with health literacy programs, creating relief projects to support hurricane victims, delivering healthcare and medicines to underprivileged communities in the Dominican Republic, establishing programs for underrepresented minorities, and organizing research projects geared towards HIV/AIDS and Child Mortality in Uganda. He aspires to become the director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO). You can find him on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/umarubarrie/ Find full transcripts of DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast episodes on the DocWorking Blog The past few weeks have been busy at DocWorking! We have been working behind the scenes to add even more CME credits to the THRIVE memberships. Let your CME budget help you prioritize your own wellness so you can get on with living your best life on your own terms, as defined by you, with DocWorking THRIVE. You can take the first step today by taking our 2 Minute Balance to Burnout Quiz! Where are you on the Balance to Burnout Continuum? Take the quiz and find out today! DocWorking empowers physicians and entire health care teams to get on the path to achieving their dreams, both in and outside of work, with programs designed to help you maximize life with minimal time. Are you a physician who would like to tell your story? Please email Amanda Taran, our producer, at email@example.com to be considered. And if you like our podcast and would like to subscribe and leave us a 5 star review, we would be extremely grateful! We're everywhere you like to get your podcasts! Apple iTunes, Spotify, iHeart Radio, Google, Pandora, Stitcher, PlayerFM, ListenNotes, Amazon, YouTube, Podbean You can also find us on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. Some links in our blogs and show notes are affiliate links, and purchases made via those links may result in payments to DocWorking. These help toward our production costs. Thank you for supporting DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast! Occasionally, we discuss financial and legal topics. We are not financial or legal professionals. Please consult a licensed professional for financial or legal advice regarding your specific situation. Podcast produced by: Mara Heppard
The heroes move onward through a series of puzzling challenges. Balance finds an important piece to a puzzle, Rhal hears a familiar song, Squash grows during a challenge, and Zaltanna leaves someone behind. Will the adventurers have the strategy to make it through the troubles ahead? I guess we are about to find out... Get early access to the [Kino] campaign on Patreon! You can help support the show at http://www.Patreon.com/TLDPod Find us - Email: TheLuckyDiePodcast@gmail.com Website: www.TheLuckyDie.com Twitter: @TLDPod Arch - @Arch_DnD Casey - @childofginevra Eyþór - @Abyzzinn Neil - @BardicMartin Volonda - @Volly_Londa
Thanks for listening! ~Timestamps~ 5:53 - Letter to PA 1:01:15 - Global Labs 2:07:26 - Arena of Solare ~Join the Community Discord!~ https://discord.gg/ngANcHH ~Important Podcast Links~ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/69sYIE2ZJ6ctT4vxpjfp5f RSS Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/TheValuePackWeeklyPodcast Sound Cloud: https://soundcloud.com/thevaluepack Castbox: https://castbox.fm/channel/The-Value-Pack-id2028783?country=us ~Check Out Our Streams!~ https://www.twitch.tv/nayashe_na https://www.twitch.tv/sofrosty https://www.twitch.tv/notrezlar ~Patreon Link~ https://www.patreon.com/Rezlar Thanks for listening! ~Timestamps~ 5:53 - Letter to PA 1:01:15 - Global Labs 2:07:26 - Arena of Solare ~Join the Community Discord!~ https://discord.gg/ngANcHH ~Important Podcast Links~ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/69sYIE2ZJ6ctT4vxpjfp5f RSS Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/TheValuePackWeeklyPodcast Sound Cloud: https://soundcloud.com/thevaluepack Castbox: https://castbox.fm/channel/The-Value-Pack-id2028783?country=us ~Check Out Our Streams!~ https://www.twitch.tv/nayashe_na https://www.twitch.tv/sofrosty https://www.twitch.tv/notrezlar ~Patreon Link~ https://www.patreon.com/Rezlar
Renowned social impact experts and mothers come on to talk about what it takes for parents to thrive as business leaders, partners, and citizens. Monica Brand Engel, Lisa Neuberger Fernandez and Wendy Jagers joined forces to write the book, Rebalance: How Women Lead, Parent, Partner… and Thrive. They come on the podcast to share what they have learned and to give tips to thrive as mothers. Get the book: https://amzn.to/3Aq3k0o Elizabeth's website: https://miraculousmamas.com Miraculous Mamas Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/miraculousmamas Get $10 off any order of $50 or more at https://milkbarstore.com/mamas
Pasó el susto. Aunque tenemos daños que atender y personas a las que brindar apoyo, y siempre quedan deterioros materiales que se agregan al inventario de infraestructura nacional por décadas debilitada, lo cierto es que una combinación de factores nos benefició: por un lado, el país mostró sus capacidades de preparación y por otro, el fenómeno se debilitó lo suficiente en velocidad y trayectoria para no impactarnos como se temió inicialmente. No lamentamos ni una víctima mortal y eso es lo más importante. Las personas que preventivamente habían salido de sus hogares regresaron y, por el momento, volvemos a retomar la normalidad de nuestra cotidiana existencia, entendiendo que estamos apenas empezando la temporada ciclónica que se extenderá -como todos los años- hasta noviembre. Por supuesto que las atenciones post emergencia entraron en su siguiente fase: corren las instituciones para reparar averías de servicios públicos, hacer inventarios de atenciones de vivienda y ayuda social y, por supuesto, (órdenes presidenciales incluidas) para poner en habilitación cuanto antes puentes falseados que deben ser sustituidos. “Somos un país privilegiado de tener un sistema de prevención de riesgo como el que tenemos” Sin discusión. Como lo dijo el presidente de la Comisión Nacional de Emergencias. Ahora vale una reflexión para encontrar nuestras áreas de mejora y prepararnos para la siguiente tormenta. Que la habrá. Hacemos recuento de Bonnie y las acciones ejecutadas por nuestra institucionalidad con Alejandro Picado Eduarte, presidente de la CNE.
Reclaim your sacred balance and free yourself from chronic stress through the lens of your three brains. Three brains? Yep, you read that right. Christine Morgenstern-Shin is going to walk you through this concept to understand how to free yourself from chronic stress. Christine is one of our Holistic Healers of OC and she has a lot of great tidbits to share here so stay tuned. Connect with Christine at www.couturefitliving.com/meet-the-team/
Disziplin heißt Durchhalten, auch wenn es schwierig wird. Selbstdisziplin ist wie eine Art Motor, der uns - auch in zähen Phasen - antreibt, unsere vorhaben umzusetzen und Ziele zu erreichen. Manche Menschen sind sehr diszipliniert, andere eher weniger. Doch wisst ihr was das Gute ist? Disziplin lässt sich lernen und trainieren. In dieser Episode erzähle ich euch, wieso ich beim Sport, der gesunden Ernährung und auch meiner Selbstständigkeit so diszipliniert bin. Zudem gebe ich euch Tipps, wie man Disziplin erlernen bzw. verbessern kann. Ich wünsche dir viel Spaß mit der Episode! Wenn du Fragen oder Feedback für mich hast, schreib mir gerne auf Instagram! @fit__laura https://www.instagram.com/fit__laura/ Dort findest du zudem jede Menge kostenlosen Content, Trainingsvideos, tägliche Stories und leckere, gesunde Rezepte. Du möchtest deine Ernährung umstellen und bist auf der Suche nach gesunden, einfachen und leckeren Rezepten? MEIN KOCHBUCH "Eat in Balance": https://amzn.to/3CG4cMI https://www.fitlaura.de/produkt/mein-kochbuch-eat-in-balance-gesund-und-gluecklich-ohne-verzicht/ (Lieferung nach Deutschland, Österreich und in die Schweiz! ) Passend zu meinem Kochbuch habe ich auch einen 21 Tage Ernährungsplan entwickelt, welcher dich auf deinem Weg begleiten und unterstützen kann. Mein Blog: www.fitlaura.de Hier findest du auch meinen 21-Tage-Ernährungsplan mit Rezepten aus meinem Kochbuch. MEIN BUCH "Back to Balance" rund um die Themen Periodenverlust, Sportzwang, Essverhalten und Restriktionen, Stress: http://www.fitlaura.de/shop/ Mein YouTube Kanal: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvauKYEKT8sjy3dk4_nZuWQ?view_as=subscriber KONTAKT: firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you ever feel a bit like a hamster on a wheel? If you're exhausted from the juggling act that is "balance," it's time to try something different. You likely know what matters, but what matters the most? You might get your answer when you stop chasing balance, and learn to live a well rounded life. Geomyra Pollard shares the very vulnerable reasons that she knew something had to give, which propelled her towards what she describes as living well rounded. Faced with losing her mother to cancer, entering new motherhood herself, plus her own health issues, Geomyra is no stranger to struggle. It's in how she's chosen to show up to her life that we can be inspired. From mindset shifts, to permission to carve out space, and even a super practical tip you can do right away, you'll finish this episode ready to jump off the hamster wheel and into a life you love. Full Show Notes + Transcript My upcoming FREE Class!! Podcast Sponsor - code 'ABOUTPROGRESS' Finding Me Course
In this episode, Chris Thoreau talks about finding the right balance between yield and quality when growing microgreens. Make farming easier with the Paperpot Transplanter and Other Small Farm Equipment at https://www.paperpot.co/ Follow PaperpotCo on IG https://instagram.com/paperpotco Podcasts by Diego Footer: Microgreens: https://apple.co/2m1QXmW Vegetable Farming: https://apple.co/2lCuv3m Livestock Farming: https://apple.co/2m75EVG Large Scale Farming: https://apple.co/2kxj39i Small Farm Tools https://www.paperpot.co/
Profitability in private practice is the leftover money that allows business owners to take care of themselves. In this episode, I'm covering changes I've made to my relationship with social media, how I filled my practice with 1 email (and zero ads or TikTok dancing), and how therapists get stuck when they internalize that all business is bad. It's time to start looking at our businesses as a source of sustainability and a place where balance can exist. Show Notes: https//www.mindmoneybalance.com/profitable-private-practice-sustainability
Sponsored by Kettenbach Dental. Contact: (877) 532-2123 Website: www.kettenbach-dental.us Webshop: www.kettenbachusa.com Dr. Gupta after completing a one-year GPR in Cleveland, started a practice from scratch in 2005. Armed with what he considered adequate knowledge, hand skills, and a personable demeanor, he watched as his practice floundered, finances became un-predictable, and his lower back and spirit toward life became worrisome. Rather than continue the trend, he made a guinea pig out of his office, family, and self; attempting any and all personal and professional “experiments” in self-improvement. More than a decade later, he enjoys excellent new patient numbers and case acceptance, a solution oriented dental team; and most importantly, a meaningful and positive identity. He happily shares the failures and successes with dental and community groups throughout the country, always ending his presentations with practical, implementable, step-by-step ways to be better. Dr. Gupta hosts an annual CE event focussed on wellness, balance, and total health for both the team and the dentist, entitled, "the happy dentist retreat." This year's event will be in Chicago July 29-30. More information can be found at thehappydentistretreat.com. Dr. Gupta's e-mail is email@example.com During today's show, he mentioned the "Full House" opening credits video. That can be found on his website at northridgevillefamilydentistry.com The video in which Dr. Gupta explains the 2-minute lower back routine can be found on youtube at https://youtu.be/_o_XgxrAEKo The book he mentions is called "Blue Zones" by Daniel Beuttner FFS Podcast Promotional Links: ONLY $397: Dental Membership Master Course with Dr. Chris Phelps www.membershipmastercourse.com Dental Membership Direct www.dentalmembershipdirect.com Dental Financing Direct www.dentalfinancingdirect.com About Dr. Sonny Spera Dr. Sonny Spera graduated from Union Endicott High School in 1981. With a four-year basketball scholarship he graduated from Syracuse University in 1985; majoring in Chemistry and Psychology. He was a member of the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. He was also the co-captain of the 1984-1985 Syracuse basketball team. Dr. Spera graduated from SUNY Buffalo Dental School in 1989 in the top 10% of his class. At SUNY Buffalo Dental School he was a member of the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Honorary Society. He was also UB Graduate Assistant Basketball coach. Dr. Spera has been in private practice since 1989 and is a member of the American Dental Association, the New York State Dental Association, the Sixth District Dental Society and the Broome County Dental Society. He is also a member of the International Association of Orthodontics, the BC Dental Society and the BCDS Study Club. Away from the office, he volunteers with several community organizations, including the Elks Club, the Son's of Italy, the STNY Flyers, the Academy of General Dentistry, and the Basketball Coaches Association of New York. He is the founder and president of ME Hoops Inc. Dr. Spera currently resides with his wife Angela, whom he met at Syracuse University, and their three children, Marcus, Erica, and Carla. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, basketball, golf, music and movies. 607-624-2962 (Cell) Sonnyspera@gmail.com Www.progressivedentalny.com Do you have a FFS practice? Would you like to be interviewed? Fill out the FFS Stories request form here: https://goo.gl/forms/7TaUF9Nqi49l1RFF2
On this special installment of The Truth Report, Chauncey DeVega reflects on the fascist tsunami and escalating disaster that is a rogue Supreme Court that has taken away women's reproductive rights, the “revelations” that Trump's coup plot was even more dangerous than most among the chattering class and centrist punditry hope-peddlers wanted to admit, and other happenings that have left so many Americans off balance and in a state of despair. As part of that reflection, Chauncey offers some advice about what you can do on a day-to-day basis to center yourself and regain your balance and momentum for what will be a very long fight against American and global neofascism. You can listen to the entire episode 362 of The Chauncey DeVega Show – with guest Jeff Sharlet – where this segment originally appeared at the link below: https://thechaunceydevegashow.libsyn.com/ep-362-jeff-sharlets-journey-into-the-dark-heart-of-the-american-fascist-nightmare-fever-dream WHERE CAN YOU FIND ME? On Twitter: https://twitter.com/chaunceydevega On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chauncey.devega My email: firstname.lastname@example.org HOW CAN YOU SUPPORT THE TRUTH REPORT? Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/TheTruthReportPodcast Via Paypal at ChaunceyDeVega.com Music at the end of this week's episode of The Truth Report is by JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound. You can listen to some of their great music on Spotify.
As gridlock plagues the Capitol, across First Street the Supreme Court is transforming America. In this term alone, it has overturned the right to an abortion, loosened gun laws, eroded the separation of church and state and limited the federal government's ability to combat climate change. Public confidence in the institution is at a record low. How is the Supreme Court changing America and, as it does so, is it undermining itself? John Prideaux hosts with Charlotte Howard and our Supreme Court correspondent, Steven Mazie. They talk to Leah Litman, a professor at the University of Michigan and cohost of the Strict Scrutiny podcast, about how the justices have radically tipped the scales this term. We revisit another era in which the court tested the limits of its powers and transformed America. And Steve Vladeck, a professor at the University of Texas and author of “The Shadow Docket”, explains how the court's under-the-radar decision-making is damaging its authority.You can now find every episode of Checks and Balance in one place and sign up to our weekly newsletter. For full access to print, digital and audio editions, as well as exclusive live events, subscribe to The Economist at economist.com/uspod See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.