Y'all know ima always be on my self-care contentment tip, and I had the opportunity to share how I navigate mompreneurship via this IG live interview. Check out Patrice's company, Sweet Honey Rose.--------Open your studio Masterclass sign up, http://openacontentstudio.com/Content Studio YouTube: https://youtube.com/@openacontentstudioShades of Content's IG: https://www.instagram.com/shadesofcontentPatrice's IG: https://www.instagram.com/patricecameauBook at CAMPspace: https://campspace.as.me (use promo code: SHADES)CAMPspace's IG: https://www.instagram.com/campspacesSupport the show
In today's live coaching session, we're going to be diving into feedback we got from the media partners and magazine editors at Get Published LIVE on all the things that stood out to them and helped people get cast for media features. We'll also dive into things that didn't work in people's applications. “The more comprehensive the pitch, the easier it was for the editor to get a more holistic view on the subject.” IN THIS EPISODE This year's focus for Get Published LIVE. How many attendees booked features this year and how many were magazine covers. What magazines are looking for besides just a good model. The one thing you don't want to lack in your submission. Balancing brevity. Is inexperience a deal killer? What you should focus on in your pitch. Why you should proofread. How to pitch specifically to media outlets. Should you use ChatGBT in your pitches? Bringing value and standing out in the market. Upcoming feature opportunities. Join the Facebook Group for FREE & LIVE Life coaching: Fit Business Guide Link to watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/jpphotoaz Connect with James Website: jamespatrick.com Instagram: @jpatrickphoto Text me marketing questions @: 480-605-3254 Share this podcast with a friend and remember to leave a 5-star review! For more, visit jamespatrick.com
Muscle For Life with Mike Matthews
The world of anabolic steroids often seems shrouded in mystery and controversy. In this episode, seasoned sports medicine and exercise scientist Dr. Guillermo Escalante aims to dispel some of those myths and clarify the complex topic of steroid use in bodybuilding and the health and fitness space. Together, we delve deep into understanding anabolic steroids, focusing on their potential implications, responsible usage, and strategies to mitigate associated risks. Specifically, Dr. Escalante stresses the importance of taking an evidence-based approach to steroid usage. In case you're not famiiliar with him, Dr. Escalante is a Professor of Kinesiology and Dean Fellow for the College of Natural Sciences at California State University San Bernardino. He has authored over 52 peer-reviewed publications, and regularly presents at regional, national, and international conferences on his research. He has also been a competitive bodybuilder and coach. In this conversation, Dr. Escalante and I discuss . . . What anabolic steroids are and their role in bodybuilding How steroids can be used responsibly while minimizing health risks The "least effective dose" approach to steroid usage The importance of routine health checks for steroid users Finding the right time to retire as an enhanced athlete Balancing effectiveness and safety in steroid use Common misconceptions and myths surrounding steroid usage And more . . . Whether you're curious about the science of anabolic steroids or concerned about potential health implications, this interview provides a balanced and informed perspective on responsible usage. Join us as we navigate the world of anabolic steroids with Dr. Guillermo Escalante! Timestamps: 0:00 - Please leave a review of the show wherever you listen to podcasts and make sure to subscribe! 5:10 - What is happening to all these bodybuilders that are suddenly dying? and if someone decides to use anabolic steroids how can we mitigate the risks? 11:42 - Were the deaths of all these athletes due to heart problems? 12:22 - Why is having a bigger heart and thicker ventricular walls are not a good thing? 13:36 - Is this more a correlation than causation? 17:09 - Are risks with steroid use only apparent in high dosage use? 24:52 - Why can you take these testosterone derivatives and use them with testosterone? Why don't they just take more testosterone? 30:15 - Do lifestyle factors affect the way steroids impact the body? 32:42 - Try Triumph today! Go to https://buylegion.com/triumph and use coupon code MUSCLE to save 20% or get double reward points! 35:05 - Is there a way to monitor your genetics to see if steroids are a risk factor? 40:31 - Is it okay to use steroids temporarily to reach full genetic potential and then stop? 48:39 - What are some other ways to mitigate risk from using anabolic steroids? 57:12 - Should I be monitoring my health if I'm taking exogenous testosterone? 59:16 - Should you start with the lowest dose to mitigate the risks of anabolic steroids? 63:36 - Is it hard to come off these drugs? 01:08:26- What is post-cycle therapy and how that can mitigate risks? 01:11:05 - What is the point of post-cycle therapy? 01:23:23 - Where can people find you and your work? Mentioned on the Show: Try Triumph today! Go to https://buylegion.com/triumph and use coupon code MUSCLE to save 20% or get double reward points! Guillermo's website: https://doctorgfit.com/ Guillermo's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doctorgfit/
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Should I be on testosterone treatments? I get this question a lot, so let's talk about it! Testosterone is super important to women; it is the growth hormone responsible for building lean, sexy muscles, keeping our blood sugar and weight in check, and giving us an overdrive for life! While most of our sex hormones are created by the ovaries before menopause, our adrenal glands also make sex hormones. If you go into menopause with exhausted adrenal glands, your sex hormone levels are going to drop to basically non-existent, which is why we often recommend Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT). Let's talk about the benefits!LOOK AND FEEL AMAZING! Buy EnergyLift here!The Gutsy Gynecologist's Guide to Balancing your Hormones: https://lcvjtpc8.pages.infusionsoft.net/Support your vaginal microbiome- Get FloraTame! Connect with Dr. Tabatha:Work with us: Schedule a callDr. Tabatha's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrTabathaDr. Tabatha's IG: https://www.instagram.com/thegutsygynecologist/Dr. Tabatha's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWea1x1abLERehb5yn_nfow
It's no secret that realtors wear a number of different hats throughout their day, and can often feel pulled in so many different directions as they try to balance the myriad of roles they play in both their personal and professional lives. Employing analogies such as channels on a television or cars in a garage, Matt and Garrett are here today to help you figure out some ways to use your time effectively and transition between these different roles, beginning by looking at the critical concepts of schedule and routine. They explore the art of task switching and unveil the pivotal role of strategic scheduling and batching activities, noting that, by acknowledging the multitude of "cars" in your garage and consciously selecting the perfect vehicle for each moment, you'll unlock unprecedented levels of productivity and bid farewell to wasted time. Our hosts go on to emphasize the profound impact of taking control of your calendar, and share some practical advice on batching similar activities and minimizing transitions in order to help you navigate the various ‘vehicles' in your life. Tune in to our Ninja gurus today to learn some strategies for managing your time more effectively so you can integrate your work and personal life as seamlessly as possible. Even more such strategies can be yours by joining the community of almost 12,000 Ninjas who collaborate, ask and answer questions, network, and more in the Ninja Selling Podcast group on Facebook at Ninja Selling Podcast Facebook. Leave a voicemail at 208-MY-NINJA if you'd like to offer more direct feedback. Be sure to check out Ninja Selling Events for upcoming installations and other events, and if you'd like personalized help in achieving your goals, visit Ninja Coaching to connect with one of our fantastic coaches. Episode Highlights: The impact of task switching and wasted time during role transitions Taking control of your calendar and consciously choosing the right tasks for each role Batching activities Practical strategies for optimizing time management and productivity Recognizing and embracing the different roles we play in business and personal life Balancing work and personal life through intentional scheduling and role management Being fully present and engaged in each role Quotes: "Your schedule is where you're going to decide what car you're going to be in during certain times of the day." "If you're wasting a lot of transition time, if we can fix that, you may not need to scale into a big team." "By acknowledging the multiple 'cars' in the garage and consciously choosing which one to drive at a specific time, listeners can optimize their productivity and reduce wasted time." "Being fully present and engaged in each role allows you to deliver the best version of yourself to others." "Aligning your schedule with your personal and professional goals is key to effective time management and work-life balance." "Evaluate whether the vehicles you're driving align with your passions and make adjustments to find fulfillment." Links: www.TheNinjaSellingPodcast.com Email us at TSW@TheNinjaSellingPodcast.com Leave a voicemail at (208) MY-NINJA Ninja Selling www.NinjaSelling.com @ninjasellingofficial Ninja Coaching: www.NinjaCoaching.com @ninja.coaching Ninja Events www.NinjaSelling.com/Events Garrett email@example.com @ninjaredding Matt firstname.lastname@example.org @matthewjbonelli The Ninja Selling Podcast Facebook Group Ninja Coaching Book Study
Illuminate Podcast: Shining Light on the Darkness of Pornography
We hear a lot of talk about “toxic” positivity versus being real, vulnerable, and open about our struggles and emotions. It can be hard to know how to balance the two vastly different emotions, especially when self-regulation has been damaged by trauma. In this episode we discuss the need for balancing the positivity and negativity in our lives and how having movement between both can actually make life richer and more well-rounded. The Power of Community in Pornography Recovery: Download Relay and try it out for free, or learn more at Relay's website. Use code GEOFF1 for 15% off! Broken trust? Download my FREE video series “The First Steps to Rebuilding Trust” Join my 12-week program, The Trust Building Bootcamp, to heal your broken relationship. Join our new Connection Plus Community Sign up for our FREE weekly newsletter to stay up-to-date on exciting new announcements! Download my FREE guide to help you quickly end arguments with your spouse: Connect with me on social media: INSTAGRAM FACEBOOK Visit http://www.geoffsteurer.com for online courses and other supportive resources. About Geoff Steurer: I am a licensed marriage and family therapist, relationship educator, and coach with over 20 years of experience. I am the co-author of, "Love You, Hate the Porn: Healing a Relationship Damaged by Virtual Infidelity", the host of the weekly podcast, "From Crisis to Connection", and have produced workbooks, audio programs, and online courses helping couples and individuals heal from the impact of sexual betrayal, unwanted pornography use, partner betrayal trauma, and rebuilding broken trust. As a leader in the field, I am a frequent contributor on these subjects at national conferences, documentaries, blogs, magazines, and podcasts. I also write a weekly relationship advice column available on my blog. I founded and ran an outpatient sexual addiction and betrayal trauma recovery group program for over 14 years, co-founded and chaired a local conference to educate community members about harmful media, and founded and administered a specialized group therapy practice for over 10 years. I currently maintain a private counseling and coaching practice in beautiful Southern Utah where I live with my wife and children. About Jody Steurer: Jody has been a strong voice supporting women as co-host of the podcast “Speak Up Sister”. She completed a bachelor's degree in psychology from Brigham Young University and is an ACA certified coach. She runs a small business and has years of experience in corporate training and organization. Jody's most challenging work has been raising her four children (two of which are on the autism spectrum). She loves to do landscape design, paint in watercolor, spend time outdoors, and snow ski. The advice offered through Geoff Steurer's podcasts is educational and informational in nature and is provided only as general information. It is not meant to establish a therapist-patient relationship or offer therapeutic advice, opinion, diagnosis treatment or to establish a standard of care. Although Geoff Steurer is a trained psychotherapist, he is not functioning in the role of a licensed therapist during these podcasts, but rather using his training to inform the content. Thus, the content is not intended to replace independent professional judgment. The content is not intended to solicit clients or patients, and should not be relied upon as medical or psychological advice of any kind or nature whatsoever. The information provided through the Content should not be used for diagnosing or treating a mental health problem or disease. The information contained in these communications is not comprehensive and does not include all the potential information regarding the subject matter, but is merely intended to serve as one resource for general and educational purposes.
The Motivated Mompreneur Podcast
Balancing the demands of motherhood with the challenges of entrepreneurship can be a daunting task, but it's also an opportunity to discover the power of resilience, creativity, and determination. In today's episode, our guest will share her insights and experiences on navigating the often complex world of mompreneurship. Connect with Tiffany on Instagram @tiffanylewis.propels and @taylorandjessie.co Loved this episode? Share it on Instagram and tag us @amytraugh
Tensions are neither good nor bad. It's how we deal with them. Building trusting relationships lies at the heart of customer success, and Dr. Wendy Smith, Author of Both/And Thinking reveals how you can navigate through the tension between building strong relationships with customers and selling/renewing their business. Using the framework of making micro shifts back and forth with intentionality, Dr. Smith explores possible solutions to this dilemma and emphasizes the importance of training and enabling individuals to handle the complexity of both approaches. Wendy also emphasizes the importance of "both-and" thinking and how it can be applied in the context of customer success. Josh and Wendy discuss- Tensions aren't good or bad. It's how.- Shift from either-or to both-and approach.- Teams can cause conflict or inspire creativity.- "Both and" requires creativity and boundaries.- Long-term thinking can improve relationships and profits.- Balancing roles, train to simplify complexity." We have fewer people but larger expectations of what we need to get done. How can we rethink how we resource people and their time and their experiences to be more efficient, more engaging, or more effective in the kind of work they're doing? - Wendy Smith
In this episode of Mastering Mitzvahs, we have a guest, Jamie who just a few days before recording this episode, celebrated her own daughter's bat mitzvah. Instantly, we knew we wanted Jamie to be a guest on this podcast since her party was not only spectacular, but it also had a very unique feel with a great balance of modern tradition and Israeli music paired with the contemporary, upscale East Coast bar/bat mitzvah flair we've come to expect. This is a really fun and informative podcast for those planning bar and bat mitzvahs. Thanks for tuning in... for more info contact: www.XEevents.com
Training programs are a value-add for individuals at dealerships looking to advance their careers and teams aiming to reach higher levels of success, but courses are often seen as a luxury item for many dealers. In this podcast episode we explore how thoughts on training are changing within the automotive industry, the correlation between employee retention and customer satisfaction, appealing to different generations and more. There's even talk on the role of artificial intelligence in modern training! In this episode you'll hear: Why continued training is important for dealership success The correlation between employee retention and customer satisfaction Differences in event-based and continuum-based learning The challenges of training content that appeals across generations Balancing technology (like artificial intelligence) and human-to-human interaction in training and more! David O'Brien is President and CEO at Quantum5, a learning sustainment technology company. Growing up in the automotive industry – his dad was an automobile dealer – David eventually joined the industry in sales and management positions. His love for training and the auto industry ultimately led David to Quantum5, where he developed a training solution that brings personalized learning to dealerships in an effort to disrupt the traditional LMS approach to learning. In 2022, Quantum grew by 500%. Previously, David was a partner in a training company that was acquired by AON Consulting/ Resource Group and a partner at Predictive Index, a global strengths assessment and sales training company (Predictive Index is one of JM&A Group partners too!). For more about David, visit his LinkedIn profile: linkedin.com/in/david-obrien-5926735 Like this episode? Check out JM&A Insider for more content like this.
With SaaStock and its incredible lineup of speakers in town, Chris was lucky to be able to do some in-person interviews for Revenue Vitals! In this episode, Anthony Kennada, CEO of AudiencePlus chats with Chris about building relationships with your audience and how to streamline and refine your content creation strategy. They covered: How to produce and distribute content in the most consumable format How to avoid common content creation pitfalls Transitioning from CMO to CEO Anthony's personal journey through this shift Balancing the idea of “firing yourself” from the CMO role and maintaining a personal brand The biggest challenges and process of self skill discovery And more! Then, Anthony turns the questions back on Chris to talk about breaking through the algorithm and making a LinkedIn strategy work more effectively. Thanks to our friends at Hatch for producing this episode. Get unlimited podcast editing at usehatch.fm.
While many industries are facing post-pandemic issues with labor shortages and changing regulations, organizations in the nonprofit industry often see these issues amplified due to their tighter budgets and compliance requirements. The need for nonprofit services is higher than ever before, but pandemic funding from PPP loans, the CARES Act and ERTC credits is disappearing.So, how do nonprofits keep up?Our hosts are joined by two of the firm's nonprofit industry experts Michelle Sanchez, CPA, and Jennifer Williams, CPA, to discuss how nonprofits should use their missions to build overall business strategies. Learn how your nonprofit can address funding, hiring and budgeting issues in this episode of The Wrap. In this episode, you'll hear: Information about how labor shortages and turnovers are affecting the nonprofit industry's ability to find the best employeesCommentary on budgeting and finding sources of funding in a post-pandemic worldInsight and advice on whether ERTC funds might be too good to be trueAdvice on how to use your nonprofit's mission to build an overall business strategy Resources for additional information:Previous Podcast Episode: Building a Strong Board of Directors for Your NonprofitBlog: Nonprofit Ratios: How to Use Them and What They Measure for Your OrganizationBlog: Financial Best Practices for Nonprofit Organizations [And Why They Are So Dependent on Timely and Accurate Financial Reporting]Blog: How to Make a Nonprofit Budget [Six Steps for Success]Blog: What Does it Mean to Be a Nonprofit Organization? Event Invitations: Subscribe to receive invitations to future Nonprofit Roundtables.
While many industries are facing post-pandemic issues with labor shortages and changing regulations, organizations in the nonprofit industry often see these issues amplified due to their tighter budgets and compliance requirements. The need for nonprofit services is higher than ever before, but pandemic funding from PPP loans, the CARES Act and ERTC credits is disappearing. […] The post The Wrap Podcast | Episode 059: Balancing Mission and Funding in the Nonprofit Industry | Warren Averett appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
While many industries are facing post-pandemic issues with labor shortages and changing regulations, organizations in the nonprofit industry often see these issues amplified due to their tighter budgets and compliance requirements. The need for nonprofit services is higher than ever before, but pandemic funding from PPP loans, the CARES Act and ERTC credits is disappearing. […]
"You're not a product of your circumstances. You're a product of your decisions." Through my experience as a leader, I have learned that time management and prioritization are key to success. In this episode, I shared my insights on how to achieve better time management and make better decisions. There are a few things great leaders do in order to make sure they don't stray into unnecessary tasks. The first is that they have a strong understanding of what is important. They make sure they are focusing on completing those tasks, and delegating tasks to great people. It's also important to take care of the basics before moving on to bigger tasks. During this episode I suggest some practical tips such as starting with small tasks with big returns, taking walks for health and taking courses to improve time management. These steps can help professionals to improve their time management and decision-making skills, ultimately leading to success. Other ways to focus on what is important now: Master time management and its impact on achieving personal and professional goals Identify high-priority tasks which yield significant results and develop effective decision-making skills Recruit talented individuals for delegating responsibilities and establish a strong foundation Discover the advantages of expanding your knowledge through educational resources Embrace a mindset geared towards ongoing learning and enhanced decision-making prowess Balancing going above and beyond with daily job requirements is a matter of prioritizing what's important. Listen to this episode for valuable insights on time management and decision-making. Resources The Cockerell Academy About Lee Cockerell Mainstreet Leader Episode Highlights 00:01:22 - Time Management 00:04:27 - Commitment and Responsibility 00:07:14 - Basics and Extra Inch 00:10:36 - Cockerell Academy and The Main Street Leader
Does everyone have talent? In this episode, Patricia and I share our view that we absolutely believe that every single person has unique talents to offer. We continue our How To Be Happy series by talking about talent, and the act of giving and receiving our talents. Living into who God made us to be, to the gifts he created us to have, is so critical to having a happy, joyous, fulfilled life. - Tommy Thompson In this episode we talk about: How everyone has talents and giftings Fostering a collaborative atmosphere that empowers talent growth Being lifelong learners in order to share more of our talents Adopting an abundance mindset with talent Balancing giving and receiving our talents Chapters: (00:00:00) Introduction (00:03:26) The Scarcity Mentality (00:09:08) Our Talents (00:15:57) Giving and Receiving our Talents (00:17:54) Over Harvesting Talents (00:18:54) The Importance of Balancing Talents (00:21:31) Learning and Growing Talent (00:25:51) God and Teamwork (00:28:01) Overcoming Weaknesses (00:29:24) Exponential Growth If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe and share with a friend! You can get a copy of Space to Breathe here.
Today, I'm talking to Chef Jeff McInnis, the mastermind behind some of Miami's best restaurants. His unique style of cooking artfully blends traditional southern-style food with globally inspired twists. He's the creative force behind Yardbird, Root & Bone, Stiltsville Bar, Mi'Talia Kitchen, and Roots Coastal Kitchen. You'll hear how his farming roots inspired his culinary journey, and how this James Beard nominated chef harmonizes his professional and personal life with his wife, Chef Janine Booth. You'll discover their collaborative process in creating menus, and how Chef McKinnis balances creativity and the execution of an idea in a restaurant. What you'll learn from Chef Jeff McInnis The smell that reminds him of his southern childhood 3:25 How Jeff McInnis' perception of farm work evolved 4:00 Chef Jeff McInnis' first industry job 6:10 How he saved the day and began to work his way up 6:24 The power of positive feedback 9:30 Chef Jeff McInnis' culinary mentors 10:30 How the concept for Yardbird developed 12:13 The changes in his leadership style 15:15 Going from a chef to an owner 17:26 Balancing a household with two chefs 18:26 An upcoming project and how they're collaborating 20:03 Jeff McInnis' advice on working with your spouse 22:21 Lessons from being a restaurateur in New York 23:37 His first restaurant collaboration with his wife 25:12 Why location matters in a competitive industry 29:24 Where the fried chicken sandwich wasn't just a passing trend 30:53 The inspiration for opening an Italian concept 32:06 The conceptual restrictions of being a “southern food” chef 35:08 How sources of inspiration change over the years 36:41 What he wishes he had more time to do 37:58 One place that really triggered his creativity 38:22 How he builds a profitable menu and balances creativity 39:29 What pisses him off about how people write menus 41:37 Restaurants to try in Miami 45:51 Chef jeff McInnis' guilty pleasure food 47:32 Three inspirational cookbooks 48:06 What not to do in his kitchens 49:12 Necessary condiments 49:45 I'd like to share a potential educational resource, "Conversations Behind the Kitchen Door", my new book that features dialogues with accomplished culinary leaders from various backgrounds and cultures. It delves into the future of culinary creativity and the hospitality industry, drawing from insights of a restaurant-industry-focused podcast, ‘flavors unknown”. It includes perspectives from renowned chefs and local professionals, making it a valuable resource for those interested in building a career in the culinary industry. Get the book here! Links to other episodes with chefs from Miami After you listen to chef Jeff McInnis, don't miss out on the chance to hear from other talented chefs and gain insight into the world of culinary techniques. Check out the links below for more conversations with other chefs from Miami. Conversation with Pastry Chef Antonio Bachour Conversation with Chef Brad Kilgore Interview with Chef Jose Mendin Interview with Chef Nando Chang from Itamae Links to most downloaded episodes (click on any picture to listen to the episode) Chef Sheldon Simeon Chef Andy Doubrava Chef Chris Kajioka Chef Suzanne Goin Click to tweet I had not understood that Southern food was respected. I guess I didn't think Southern food was cool because I grew up with it. Click To Tweet I realized that the roots of where I was from were actually very valuable and the food that I grew up with, the fried chicken, the fish, all that stuff was cool and hip. Click To Tweet I do find myself not being as much of a risk-taker as I get older. I don't know if that's something that other chefs would share. Click To Tweet Social media Chef Jeff McInnis Instagram
EDITOR'S NOTE: This was recorded around noon or so yesterday, so 10 hours before the Timelines Hotfix =(This week we have a star-packed show, featuring a world Champion in Mr. AlanZQ himself, alongside Worlds Competitor Aikado and The Boyz to talk about what's up and down in Eternal and the LoR Competitive Sphere in general!https://masteringruneterra.com/TimeStamp0:00 Intro0:43 the Guests; AlanZQ & xAikado!2:45 Let's talk about eternal8:26 Balancing for power & winrate vs balancing for player experience - Toxic Decks14:00 Voice of the Community... aka; Reddit16:12 Lets talk a little more about Eternal... the Competitive Format21:32 Thoughts about the first Competitive SeasonZ29:05 Lineup thoughts going into the first eternal Open31:35 The way people earn Runeterra Points is a little wonky - The Drive to play41:00 Daily Gauntlets; where we at?45:45 The path to Worlds Qualification; Worth the work?50:10 A different feel between Riot Opens vs SeasonalsPatreon Team: https://www.patreon.com/MasteringRuneterraJoin Discord! https://discord.gg/TqnntWF728Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/mastering-runeterra/id1556960343https://open.spotify.com/show/49xjHNbzVwG9ZEurUQH8QnTwitter: https://twitter.com/MasterRuneterraGuest AlanZQ's Socials:https://twitter.com/AlanzqTFThttps://www.twitch.tv/alanzqtftGuest Aikado's Socials:https://twitter.com/AikadoLoRhttps://www.twitch.tv/xaikadoBae's Socials:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPWvMRZq__Q-LaCNui9budgTwitch.tv/majiinbaelorhttps://twitter.com/MajiinBaeLorJae's Socials:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpsFhsgLk7YwxdweckTZx1ghttps://www.twitch.tv/jasonfleuranthttps://twitter.com/JasonFleurant
Recorded: June 5th 2023 | The Boys are finally back from their week off. Will and Taylor recap their weeks away and what all they did with their family. Will compared a Florida town to Italy, which is a wild thought. The Boys are also playing in a celebrity softball game so they preview that game as well. Following the intro, we are joined by country music artist, Brantley Gilbert. The guys get right into how Brantley had an epiphany during a party and decided to change his life. He talks about his road through addiction and what made him realize he wanted to get better. Then they get into how Corey Smith was such a big influence on Brantley because they are both from the same small hometown. He tells a story of how Corey actually saved him from getting kicked out of a bar when he was young and then actually let him perform. Then Brantley talks about some decisions that he would have made differently coming up in the industry as well as some that he would do the same. The boys reflect back on the time when burning CDs was a thing and Brantley tells the story of how he gave a CD to his girlfriend, now wife. Which then sparks the topic of boyfriends since Will, Taylor and Brantley all have daughters. Each of them tried to figure out how they would react to that situation when it arises and Brantley has a hilarious idea to get his point across to that boyfriend. This pod has some deep conversations but also has some hilarious stories from Brantley's time on the road. He fits right in with the guys and even decides to share some of his “Getcha high's” with the boys. Enjoy fellas. ---- 1:58 Softball game preview 7:35 Recapping the week off 22:17 Get your Dad merch now 25:50 Taylor had a dream about Vince Vaughn 29:35 BRANTLEY GILBERT INTERVIEW STARTS 30:18 Balancing tour life & being a dad 34:50 His battle w/ addiction 49:36 How he became boys w/ Corey Smith 58:23 What choices would Brantley have done different? 1:03:03 Brantley talks being a dad 1:27:47 He lit a joint on stage at the Ryman 1:33:53 Guys dating your daughters 1:39:12 Brantley's sketchy situations with fans 1:44:52 Tier Talk 2:00:07 Pet Peeve of the week/Shoutout no free shoutout 2:15:47 Will has something to say about Taylor's pet peeve 2:25:05 Will would be that guy to send back a steak ---- 1:58 Softball game preview 7:35 Recapping the week off (Khabib talk near the end) 22:17 Get your Dad merch now 25:50 Taylor had a dream about Vince Vaughn 29:35 BRANTLEY GILBERT INTERVIEW STARTS 30:18 How's life going for Brantley/and how it is touring leaving his family 32:00 Fidel Castro's long lost son?? 34:50 Talks about his battle with addiction and wanting to change his life 49:36 How Brantley met Corey Smith and their relationship 58:23 What choices would Brantley have done different? 1:03:03 Brantley talking about his kids 1:15:36 How he feels about telling his kids about his wrongdoings 1:27:47 He lit a joint on stage at the Ryman 1:33:53 Guys dating your daughters 1:39:12 Brantley has been in sketchy situations with fans 1:44:52 Tier Talk 2:00:07 Pet Peeve of the week/Shoutout no free shoutout 2:15:47 Will has something to say about Taylor's pet peeve 2:25:05 Will would be that guy to send back a steak ----- SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS Chevy: Head over to chevy.com to learn more Turo: Find your drive. Forget boring rental cars at https://bit.ly/3Lwerc1 NetCoins: Sign up today and enjoy no fee crypto trading at https://netcoins.com Duke Cannon: You have to try Duke Cannon, so for a limited time, we're hooking The Boys up with 20% off your first order at DukeCannon.com with code “THEBOYS20” Georgia Boots: Use code BUSSIN for 20% Off at georgiaboots.com True Classics: Get 25% OFF @trueclassic with promo code BUS at trueclassictees.com/BUS ! #trueclassicpod MoreLabs: Go to morelabs.com and use code BOYS for 20% off your first order of Morning Recovery.You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/bussinwtb
The Counter Culture Mom Show with Tina Griffin Podcast
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In this episode of Chalk My Back! We take you guys through the first of our three part series into a more personal dive into our journey with powerlifting and how it has changed throughout the various stages of our life. Josh talks about the beginning of how he first started powerlifting and how it helped shape his personal and life goals the more and more he found ways to integrate powerlifting into his lifestyle. Along the way Abe and Anas also ask pertinent questions to what he thought was the future of his career after working for so long, what the impact of having a coach can be to your training and more! Join us as we keep taking a deep look into the lives of our hosts for this ongoing 3 part series.
Mr David Lidén is the trade commissioner of Sweden to Vietnam, trusted by the Government and the Swedish industry to help Swedish companies grow global sales and international companies to invest and expand in Sweden. Sweden is often considered as a leader in sustainable development. The Swedish government has implemented policies and initiatives to promote sustainability in various sectors, including business, energy, transportation, and waste management. In this episode, he shares the lessons Vietnam should learn about sustainable development. Mr. Liden believes the love of nature is the foundation of sustainability in Sweden, which drives every industry to be greener. // Ông David Lidén là Tham tán Thương mại của Thụy Điển tại Việt Nam, được Chính phủ Thụy Điển giao phó hỗ trợ doanh nghiệp Thuỵ Điển gia tăng trưởng doanh số bán hàng toàn cầu và các công ty quốc tế đầu tư và mở rộng tại Thụy Điển. Thụy Điển được coi là quốc gia đi đầu trong lĩnh vực phát triển bền vững. Chính phủ Thụy Điển đã thực hiện các chính sách và sáng kiến nhằm thúc đẩy tính bền vững trong các lĩnh vực khác nhau, bao gồm kinh doanh, năng lượng, giao thông vận tải và xử lý chất thải. Trong tập này, David sẽ chia sẻ về những bài học Việt Nam có thể tham khảo từ mô hình phát triển bền vững của Thuỵ Điển. Ông tin rằng tình yêu thiên nhiên là nền tảng của sự bền vững ở Thụy Điển, điều này thúc đẩy mọi ngành công nghiệp trở nên “xanh” hơn. 00:00 - Guest and Episode Introduction 02:22 - The economic potential of Vietnam 04:20 - The concept of sustainability in the eyes of a Swedish 08:44 - Sustainability from three angles: policymakers, businesses, consumers 11:38 - Creating incentives for businesses to innovate toward sustainability 14:15 - What are the challenges in manufacturing EVs sustainably? 19:06 - Coming Up 19:31 - The lessons Vietnam can learn from Swedish businesses 21:15 - Balancing profitability and sustainability 23:30 - Who must take the initiative in building recycling infrastructure in Vietnam? 27:44 - The role of the private sector in building recycling infrastructure 29:47 - How to create favorable investment conditions for foreign businesses in Vietnam? 32:32 - Coming Up 33:17 - Remaining challenges for Nordic countries in sustainable development 35:19 - David's support for Vietnam on the sustainability journey 38:03 - The future-proof aspect of sustainable businesses 39:47 - Key advice for Vietnamese policymakers 41:31 - The price a nation must pay for sustainability 43:48 - In Vietnam, who will lead the Change? 45:24 - Strategic decisions made by David Lidén in bringing sustainable practices to Vietnam 47:22 - The favorite part about Vietnam in David's eyes 49:19 - Outro. Dẫn chuyện - Host | Quốc Khánh Kịch bản - Scriptwriting | Quốc Khánh, Zung Nguyễn, Atlan Nguyễn Biên Tập - Editor | Atlan Nguyễn Social Team | Cẩm Vân Sản Xuất - Producer | Anneliese Mai Nguyen Trợ Lý Sản Xuất - Producer Assistant | Ngọc Huân Quay Phim - Cameraman | Savio Thạch, Khanh Trần, Nhật Trường, Thanh Quang, Hải Long Trang Điểm - Makeup Artist | Ngọc Nga Âm Thanh - Sound | Khanh Trần, Nhật Trường Phiên Dịch - Translator | Thuỷ Lưu Hậu Kỳ - Post Production | Hải Long Thiết kế - Designer | Nghi Nghi Nhiếp Ảnh - Photography | Nhật Trường, Savio Thạch, Khanh Trần Studio Stylist - Fong Chan Paw Zeuthen Venue Sponsor - Wendelbo
This week I am talking to A++ operator Sergio Radovic, founder and CEO of Dyper - a $100M run-rate DTC CPG brand located in Scottsdale, Arizona. - Sergio shares his background as a technologist and his previous roles in various startups and technology companies. - Exploring Sergio's journey into the diaper business driven by his desire to address the environmental impact of traditional diapers. - Sergio discusses the hidden environmental consequences of traditional diapers, such as the use of plastic and their contribution to landfills. - The mission of Dyper is to create a responsible and sustainable diaper alternative using bamboo as a primary material. The bamboo plant's fast growth and minimal need for fertilizers make it an environmentally friendly choice. - Dyper's unique approach involves a cradle-to-compost solution, including a pickup service for used diapers in select cities. - Quantifying the impact of Dyper's products on carbon emissions and landfill waste. The challenges of being a challenger brand in the direct-to-consumer space, particularly in the highly regulated and competitive diaper market. - Dyper's strategy to capture emerging trends in sustainability and cater to customers willing to pay a premium for eco-friendly products. Balancing price considerations and margin protection while expanding into retail partnerships with giants like Walmart and Amazon. - The importance of brand messaging and adapting brand blades to different distribution channels. - Sergio shares the story of Dyper's beloved giraffe mascot, Frankie, and the unintentional brand recognition it has gained. - Exploring the transition from direct-to-consumer sales to retail and the challenges faced along the way. - The impact of COVID-19 on fundraising and adapting to virtual fundraising processes. - Navigating the changes in advertising channels and the effects of privacy issues with Apple and Facebook. - Leveraging first-party signals and targeted marketing to reach the right audience for Dyper's niche product. - The future possibilities and expansion of Dyper beyond the baby diaper market. - The speaker discusses the importance of data and data enhancement in their business. They mention that every record that comes to them goes through a data enhancement process to model customer behavior clusters. - Data enhancement helps them provide detailed information to retail partners about their customers, such as shopping preferences, media consumption, household income, and presence of children. - They give an example of targeting customers who buy fancier kids' clothes based on income propensity rather than broad market segmentation. The speaker compares selling to retailers to selling to investment partners, emphasizing the need to bring data and spin a compelling story. - They talk about the challenges of pitching to first-time venture capital funds and the importance of tailoring the story to align with their interests. - The speaker mentions finding an investor specialized in direct-to-consumer challenger brands, highlighting the investor's focus on being a permanent source of capital. - They explain that their company has only common shares, which was not an easy negotiation but aligns management and investor interests. The speaker discusses the focus on brand building and creating an enduring American brand. - They emphasize the need for a longer-term horizon and substantial capital investment in building a brand. The speaker mentions measuring brand perception and recognition as important metrics alongside sales. - They discuss the direct-to-consumer (D2C) model and its limitations, stating that it is not a sustainable standalone channel for most brands. - The speaker suggests treating D2C as a fast channel for customer feedback and market proof, but not as the sole strategy for reaching households. - They mention the importance of having an Amazon strategy and a retail strategy to reach larger scale and align with consumer...
In today's podcast episode, I sit down with Meg Jacoby to discuss her experiences with fitness and training, including becoming a Mom and how to balance parenthood with fitness, the pursuit of championships, and Hyrox competitions. We also touch on topics such as being a new mom and maintaining fitness, and the different adventures that can be had with fitness. We discuss the importance of balancing parenthood and personal fitness goals, being a positive influence on their children, and the mental strength required to get through tough workouts. We also share their strategies for optimizing their performance during the Hyrox competition and discuss their approach to nutrition and supplements. Go Ruck and Murph [00:00:00 - 00:01:21] The speakers discuss the weight of the Go Ruck pack and their experiences with the Murph workout, including partitioning and time taken to complete it.Background and Fitness Journey [00:03:42 - 00:05:47] Meg Jacoby talks about her background as a division one runner and her journey back into competitive road running and functional fitness.Fitness Adventures and Challenges [00:10:01 - 00:10:57] Josiah and Meg discuss the different adventures and challenges that can be had with fitness, and how it doesn't have to stop after losing baby weight.Fitness as a new mom [00:11:31] Meg discusses her passion for fitness and how she incorporated it into her life as a new mom, including working out with her daughter and the benefits of being a fit and active mom.Identity design and fitness [00:16:10] Josiah and Meg discuss the importance of fitness becoming a desire and part of one's identity, rather than just a discipline, and how it affects their mood and parenting.Balancing fitness and parenting [00:19:34] Meg talks about the sacrifices she and her daughter make for her athletic career, the dynamics between men and women in the fitness industry, and the importance of having a supportive co-parent.Fitness and Gender Roles [00:22:25] They discuss the gender roles surrounding fitness and how women can feel guilty for prioritizing their own fitness. They also talk about how fitness is a low hanging fruit for everyone.Maintaining Fitness as a Parent [00:23:20] They discuss the guilt that parents can feel for prioritizing their own fitness and how it's important to show children that fitness can enhance their lives. They also talk about how fitness can open up opportunities for families.Teaching Children through Fitness [00:25:56] They discuss how fitness can be used to teach children important life lessons such as losing graciously, respecting competition, and not giving up. They also talk about the importance of being a living example for children and how it can change their lives.Inspiration from Mom [00:33:48] Josiha talks about how his mom's competitive race walking inspired him to pursue sports and fitness.Hyrox Competition [00:36:06] Josiah and Meg discuss their experiences with Hyrox competition, including their strengths and weaknesses in the event.Mental Strength in Training [00:43:23] Meg emphasizes the importance of mental strength in training, including the need to push through discomfort and compromised workouts to prepare for the real race.Hyrox Race Experience [00:44:46] Josiah and Meg discuss their experiences with Hyrox competition, including the format, challenges, and strategies for success.Importance of Running in Hyrox [00:49:17] Meg emphasizes the importance of running in Hyrox competition and shares her advice for playing the stations smart to avoid negatively impacting running times.Efficient Strategies for Hyrox Stations [00:53:40] Meg shares her top...
Lactic Acid with Dominique Smith
Lactic Acid celebrates Global Running Day! Julia Griffey talks balancing life and running, transition from NAZ Elite and why she left the group, her time as an elite basketball player, how she got her start in the sport and what she loves most about it, her job at Panera and her journey prior to Panera, avocados, her go-to BBQ plate, the kindness running has brought her and more! Click here for Lactic Acid's social media pages and more: https://linktr.ee/lacticacidpodcast Lactic Acid is partnered with TrackBarn! Be sure to visit the website at https://trackbarn.com and use the code LACTICACID10 at the checkout for 10% off of your order. Follow along on RunnersWorld: https://www.runnersworld.com/author/2... Follow along on FanHub: https://fanhubtf.com Be sure to follow Lactic Acid on the following platforms: YouTube: Lactic Acid Podcast with Dominique Smith Twitter: Lacticacid_pod Instagram: Lacticacidpodcast TikTok: Lacticacid_podcast For any current or aspiring runners looking for elite coaching, USATF certified coach Larry Lopez is your guy. Contact email@example.com for more information. Subscribe to one of the best newsletters in the track and field world, Fast Women: https://fast-women.org/subscribe/ For those who are interested in playing Taylor Swift jeopardy: https://jeopardylabs.com/play/2022-12…
The Happy Home Podcast with Arlene Pellicane
How would your life be impacted if your child had a rare disease? Today's guest, Laura Wifler knows what it's like to receive a heartbreaking diagnosis. She also knows what it's like to parent a child with disabilities with courage and grace. In today's conversation, Laura shares the story behind her new children's book, Like Me: A Story About Disability and Discovering God's Image in Every Person. You'll learn: 2:41 When my child was diagnosed 5:02 Helping kids understand others with disabilities 7:02 Grappling with God's plan 9:10 Coming to understand that God is ultimately sovereign 11:29 Walking through the fire of grief and suffering 13:05 Learning from disabled siblings 17:26 Balancing having children with disabilities with your other kids 20:04 How to intentionally help friends with disabled kids 23:09 Preparing your kids to have conversations with disabled kids 27:09 Balancing hope and grief 31:01 Don't give up on a dark day Laura Wifler is the cofounder of Risen Motherhood, the executive director and cohost of the podcast, and the co-author of Risen Motherhood: Gospel Hope for Everyday Moments. Her latest book is Like Me: A Story About Disability and Discovering God's Image in Every Person. She also wrote To the Cross I Cling, an e-book reflecting on mothering a child with a disability, and the award-winning children's book Any Time, Any Place, Any Prayer. Laura, her husband, and her three children live in central Iowa. Find out more about her children's book Like Me here: laurawifler.com/likeme Check out Arlene's book, 31 Days to Becoming a Happy Mom. Watch a VIDEO clip from the podcast on Arlene's new Happy Home YouTube Channel More Resources for Your Family: Arlene's Free Marriage Webinar -- Get Unstuck in Your Marriage. If you feel stuck in a rut or you've just lost that lovin' feeling, register for Arlene's free marriage webinar here. Grab Arlene's free Happy Home Bundle (including resources like recommended reading lists for kids) at happyhomeuniversity.com/subscribe Take one of Arlene's Courses -- Want to have a better marriage? Join Arlene's 31 Days to a Happy Husband course.
Summer break and work from home can really be a mixed bag of emotions. Your excited that the schoolwork is finally done. You finished the year, good or bad, it is done. But then there is trepidation wondering what you are going to do with the kids all summer long. You are still working. Then you are back to relief because you get a break from grading. You no longer need to remind them to do their schoolwork. Then you are back to dread because you need to figure how to balance summer break and work from home. By goal is to empower moms to work from home and homeschool confidently. That means we need to talk about more than just how amazing and perfect our kids are. We know they are. It means we need to talk about the hard parts too.Show notes and links: https://lifeunboxed.blog/summer-break-and-work-from-home Grab your guide today! The Momtrepreneur's Guide to Homeschool Curriculum: https://lifeunboxed.blog/homeschool-curriculum/ RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THE SHOW:Author Page: https://geni.us/JodiethemomEducate and Rejuvenate: https://www.wifeteachermommy.com/sp/educate-rejuvenate-summer-2023/?aff=82 Journals and Notebooks for Mom + Homeschool Resources: https://geni.us/Jodiethemom ~~~MOM BOSS 2.0 WORKBOOKAre you ready to break free from the 9–5, be your own boss, raise your kids, and enjoy your life? Download your free 20-page workbook and get started on your path to freedom. https://life-unboxed-blog.ck.page/73d633e72d CHECK OUT LIFE UNBOXED MERCHANDISE AND GET SOME GREAT MOM BOSS SWAGhttps://teespring.com/stores/life-unboxed-blog MOMS RUN ON COFFEE. BUY JODIE THE MOM ONE.https://ko-fi.com/lifeunboxedblog ABOUT JODIE THE MOM:To learn more about Jodie, please visit: https://lifeunboxed.blog/about-the-mom-work-from-home-mom/ To learn more about Life Unboxed blog, visit: https://lifeunboxed.blog/about-the-blog-working-from-home-with-kids/FOLLOW JODIE:Website: https://lifeunboxed.blog/Business: https://www.jodierperry.com/Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/LifeUnboxedFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/LifeunboxedblogInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/lifeunboxedblog/Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-647543YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@lifeunboxedblog Music for the intro/outro is Like it Hot by Tenoaxehttp://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_3.php?q=1579 Disclaimer: This video and description contain affiliate links. If you purchase using one of these links, I make a small commission at no additional cost to you. This helps me keeps things free for you, and who doesn't love free stuff.Support the show
Discover the power of self-care and the importance of creating a self-care focused business and culture with a positive mindset in the latest episode of Entrepreneur Conundrum. Join the host as she interviews Roberta Hughes, the founder of Peaceful Living, a personalized stress relief service that combines Pilates, yoga, and meditation. Through her experience as a wellness coach, Roberta shares tips on how to manage work and life stress by finding white space in one's calendar and taking intentional breaks to avoid burnout. Her mission is to inspire and educate busy professionals to prioritize their own health and well-being. In this episode, you'll learn how Roberta grew her business from a passion project to a successful enterprise with the help of a team of contractors and coaches. Discover how self-care culture can transform your life with simple practices like breathing exercises and spending time in nature. Whether you're a busy professional or stay-at-home parent, this episode is packed with valuable insights and actionable tips to help you achieve your desired goals. Don't wait, subscribe and leave a review now to join the self-care movement!- Personalized stress relief services- Entrepreneurship journey- Social media as a marketing tool- Balancing work and personal life- Virtual instructor competition- Importance of meaningful connections- Hiring a team for business growth- Seeking help for bookkeeping- Simple ways to reduce stress- Self-care focused business and culture- Prioritizing self-care practices- Transformation through small pockets of time- Resources offered by guest speaker- Call to action KEY QUESTIONS00:02:11 What led you to be an entrepreneur and how you got to where you are today?00:04:47 So who would you say is your ideal avatar?00:05:15 What do you do to get in front of them?00:05:47 What kind of social media channels work best for you?00:06:46 So when people come to you, what's the main thing that you'll consistently see with everybody? Is it a lot of work stress or just needing balance?00:09:24 So what are a couple of big goals that you're looking to achieve in the next year or two?00:11:24 Do they have different benefits for where you rank on your top instructor?00:13:16 So what would those goals, how would they affect your business?00:14:43 What do you think is the number one roadblock that might be holding you back from reaching your goals?00:16:31 How did it feel bringing in the people, your team, that you have to help you? Was it kind of scary letting go or that you were getting big, that you benefited from having people?00:20:30 What's the best advice that you have ever received?00:21:29 What's the best advice you've ever given?00:27:50 Where can we go to find out more about you and what you do? Roberta HughesPilates | PeaceFull LIVING | PeaceFull LIVING| Colorado, USAhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/roberta-hughes/Instagram (@roberta_peacefullliving)PeaceFull Living Virginia PurnellFunnel & Visibility SpecialistDistinct Digital Marketing(833) firstname.lastname@example.orgBook a Free Call http://bit.ly/DDMBookACallEC
College Hoops Today with Jon Rothstein
Georgetown's Ed Cooley is excited but still getting comfortable in his new surroundings as he endeavors to bring the Hoyas back to national prominence. How does he go about getting the brand back? Balancing freshman players with transfers. Implementing his philosophy of playing basketball. Why Providence College holds such a special place in his heart. Why he choose to leave and take the job at Georgetown. What will it be like to go back and coach at Providence as the head coach of Georgetown? And what are his year one goals? Plus, Jon gives you an NBA Draft deadline recap. Who's staying and who's leaving?!
Welcome back to The Search For Serotonin podcast! In this week's exciting episode, join me as I dive into valuable tips for effectively managing a busy week. I'll be sharing my personal journey of returning to a 9-5 job as an event planner and how I'm leveraging my Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder (OCPD) to my advantage in this new role. Throughout this episode, I'll take you behind the scenes of planning my very first event at my current job. Together, we'll explore the strategies I've implemented to stay grounded amidst the whirlwind of responsibilities and deadlines. Join me as I reveal simple yet powerful tips that you can easily incorporate into your own busy weeks, helping you prevent overwhelm and burnout. If you often find yourself easily stressed or overwhelmed, this episode is specifically tailored for you. Discover actionable techniques that will enable you to create a more balanced schedule and regain control of your time and energy. Don't miss out on this insightful discussion on finding equilibrium in the midst of a chaotic week. Tune in now to The Search For Serotonin and embark on a transformative journey towards a more harmonious and fulfilling life. We Discuss: My New Job In Denver How I Use My OCPD To My Advantage As An Event Planner How I Ground Myself During A Busy Week How You Can Prepare For Busy Schedules Without Sacrificing Your Mental Health Be Sure To Follow: @carolyn_ferrick: https://www.instagram.com/carolyn_ferrick/ @thesearchforserotonin: https://www.instagram.com/thesearchforserotonin/ The Search For Serotonin Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/show/3H0DlfJIf8ggEpsVI5CEwO Download: FREE 5 Day Gratitude Digital Journal: https://colossal-motivator-5973.ck.page/f366ccf61c FREE Serotonin Boost Checklist: https://colossal-motivator-5973.ck.page/5b67684be6 Mental Health Resources: Suicide And Crisis Lifeline: Call OR Text 988 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's National Hotline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357) Crisis Text Line: Text “HELLO” to 741741 National Institute of Mental Health's Lifeline ChatThe Trevor Project | 24/7 Crisis Support Services For LGBTQIA+: https://www.thetrevorproject.org/ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thesearchforserotonin/support
If you're curious about energy work and the chakra system, this episode is for you! This episode is dedicated to exploring the fascinating world of the chakra system. Join us as we embark on a transformative journey to understand and unlock the power of these vital energy centers within ourselves.As we've both been on our spiritual journeys, energy work has been something that both of us have experienced profound transformations with. ~ENERGY IS EVERYTHING~ and learning more about how our energy flows and how to master your energetic body may be just as transformative for you as it was for us.In this episode, we dive into the ancient wisdom of the chakra system, an intricate network of seven main energy centers located along the spine. We explore the unique qualities and attributes of each chakra, from the foundational root chakra to the ethereal crown chakra:~ROOT CHAKRA~ at the base of your spine, red color. Your root chakra is your connection to your physical body, your literal ROOT to the earth. Our favorite exercise to balance this chakra is to practice grounding: go outside, take off your shoes, and place your bare feet on the grass/sand/forest floor/etc. This exercise will help you feel more balanced, grounded, and connected to yourself and Mother Earth.~SACRAL CHAKRA~ below your belly button, orange color. Your sacral chakra is your connection to your divine feminine and masculine and your creativity. Our favorite exercises to balance this chakra are: dancing (ecstatic dance is amazing!) and allowing energy to get unstuck and flow through your body and connecting to your creative side.~SOLAR PLEXUS CHAKRA~ right above your belly button, yellow color. Your solar plexus chakra is your POWER, your confidence, your fire! Our favorite exercises to balance this chakra are: ~HEART CHAKRA~ your heart space, green color. Your heart chakra is the bridge between your lower chakras (root, sacral, and solar plexus) and your spiritual chakras (throat, third eye, and crown). Your heart chakra is full of unconditional love, when your heart chakra is balanced, you're about to live leading with love vs. fear. Our favorite exercises to balance this chakra are: ~THROAT CHAKRA~ at your throat, blue color. Your throat chakra is your authenticity, the ability to speak YOUR TRUTH! Our favorite exercises to balance this chakra are: voice activation (even if you think you're not a great singer, that is okay!) to move energy through the body and authentic conversations with yourself and others. ~THIRD EYE CHAKRA~ in between your eyebrows, indigo color. Your third eye chakra is your intuition, your inner knowing, the little voice in your head with no doubt. Our favorite exercises to balance this chakra are:~CROWN CHAKRA~ above your head, almost like a halo, purple or white color. Your crown chakra is your connection to the DIVINE! God, source, the universe, your highest self. Your crown chakra is like a portal to the magical spiritual world, ready to guide you. Our favorite exercises to balance this chakra are: meditation, calling in the support of your highest self, God, and/or your guides and breath work, which helps you clear stuck energy and get connected to your highest self.We hope you enjoy this episode! If so, it would mean so, so much to us if you leave us a rating and review on wherever you're listening to this podcast. Also, follow us on social media for more spiritual and growth related content! TikTok @mindfullymoody and IG @#mindfullymoody_
The creator economy is a crowded space. Where do you even get started? If you spend a few minutes, or hours (no judgment), scrolling Instagram, it's easy to tell there are a lot of people working on growing a following. However, very few people seem to have tapped into doing it in an authentic way. Matt Choi, our guest on the podcast today, seems to be a natural at it. He started his journey as a creator by blending his passion for physical fitness with his first love: football. As a collegiate athlete, Matt felt he had let some of his potential as an athlete squander. After getting laid off as a personal trainer, Matt focused his energy on bettering himself and reconstructing the man in the mirror. As you'll hear in our discussion, the high-energy, enthusiastic, and relentlessly positive Matt Choi you see on camera, was formed after a college football career that tested Matt's attitude and character. But, that failure did not define him. One of the many things we love about Matt as a creator is his willingness and ability to just throw himself into the fire. He does not hold himself back from new challenges and embraces the process of sharing his growth progression, not simply showcasing all his "wins" (of which he has many). Matt has done 30 days straight of the Murph Challenge and now he's working towards running a marathon a month, and documenting the entire process along the way. His attitude toward life, business, and family is infectious, and any creator or business owner looking to refocus on "building the foundation" will take a lot of value from this conversation. By the time you finish listening to this conversation, we hope you ask yourself two questions: 1) when was the last time you turned a failure into a win and 2) do you know who you are? - if you don't have a good answer to either question it's okay! We challenge you to take a risk on something you feel you have been putting off or want to do. If you are looking for a little Monday inspiration, give this one a listen and let us know what you think!SPONSORS The Carnivore Bar - 10% OFF - Delicious & convenient Pemmican Bar Fond Bone Broth - 15% OFF - REAL bone broth with HIGH-QUALITY ingredients! It's a daily product for us! Perennial Pastures - 10% OFF - Regeneratively raised, grass-fed & grass-finished beef from California & Montana NOBLE ORIGINS - Complete and simple, animal-based protein powder with an organ blend for additional nutrition! AFFILIATES LMNT - Electrolyte salts to supplement minerals on low-carb diet Farrow Skincare - Use the CODE 'MAFIA' at checkout for 20% OFF Heart & Soil - CODE ‘MEATMAFIA10' for 10% OFF - enhanced nutrition to replace daily vitamins! Carnivore Crisps - 10% OFF - Carnivore / Animal-based snacks for eating healthy on the go! CODE: MEATMAFIA Pluck Seasoning - 10% OFF - Nutrient-dense seasoning with INSANE flavor! CODE: MAFIA We Feed Raw - 25% OFF your first order - ancestrally consistent food for your dog! CODE 'MEATMAFIA25' TIME STAMPS1:30- Value through building brand4:30- Patience and persistence9:00- Being the best version of me12:00- Journey as a creator16:00- Who are you speaking to?18:30- What are your core values, and what if you don't know what they are?23:00- Why is running transformational?28:50- Business is a sport33:00- Time flies (3 years)35:30- College football lessons39:00- Having a good attitude and practicing42:30- 80/20 nutrition47:00- Bio-hacker fails50:00- Balancing tech52:00- Who inspires you?54:00- Experiences that stick out on the journey59:00- Giving Nike a second chance01:01:00- Learning risk-taking01:05:00- What's an opportunity, and what is a distraction01:07:00- Working with my brother (family)
Ambitious and Balanced Working Moms
In order to balance life as an ambitious person, you must learn to feel “enough” no matter how much you do or what anyone else thinks. Enoughness is the key that helps an ambitious person slow down and feel satisfied in who they are and what they have accomplished so they don't burn out. In today's episode I interview Misty Dykema, a past client and friend, who shares some of the foundational mindset shifts and practices that have helped her create a foundation of enoughness and belief in herself. Topics in this episode:What is “enoughness” and why is it important to an ambitious person?The importance of giving space to work through your mindsets and feelingsCreating an unshakeable foundation of being (and feeling) enough How enoughness propels you into more ambition (with less drama) Several key everyday practices to believe in yourself a deeper level Show Notes: Learn to balance your ambition with feeling enough by hiring me as your coach! Click here to learn more about the coaching process and to schedule a free call here: www.rebeccaolsoncoaching.com/book
Pencil Leadership with Chris Anderson
Are you ready to unlock the secrets behind a successful email marketing business? We recently sat down with Alex and Andrei, co-founders of Code Crew, to get an inside look at their entrepreneurial journey and discuss how they find balance amidst the challenges of building a business. Discover how they tackle the ups and downs, and learn from their experiences in bootstrapping, growth, and mindset.In our candid conversation, we explore the importance of mental toughness, celebrating small milestones, and the value of taking breaks from the grind. Alex and Andrei share how activities like reading, watching TV, and playing sports help them reset and come up with creative solutions for their business. We also dive into the challenges they faced in their first year, including navigating the pandemic and recession's impact on the marketing world and their clients.Wrapping up our chat, we emphasize the significance of mental toughness and the power of small victories. Alex and Andrei offer valuable advice for aspiring entrepreneurs and a glimpse into their future plans. Don't miss out on this insightful episode as we uncover the ever-evolving journey of entrepreneurship with the co-founders of Code Crew. Subscribe and leave a review to support the Elevate Media Podcast!This episode is NOT sponsored. Some product links are affiliate links, meaning we'll receive a small commission if you buy something. =========================== ⚡️PODCAST: Subscribe to our podcast here ➡ https://elevatemedia.buzzsprout.com/ ⚡️LAUNCH YOUR SHOW: Let's get your show off the ground and into the top 5% globally listened to shows ➡ https://www.elevatemediastudios.com/launch ⚡️Need post-recording video production help? Let's chat ➡ https://calendly.com/elevate-media-group/application ⚡️For Support inquires or Business inquiries, please email us at ➡︎ email@example.com Our mission here at Elevate Media is to help purpose-driven entrepreneurs elevate their brands and make an impact through the power of video podcasting. Disclaimer: Please see the link for our disclaimer policy for all our episodes or videos on the Elevate Media and Elevate Media Podcast YouTube channels. https://elevatemediastudios.com/disclaimer
All Things Overlanding Podcast
In this week's episode, I'm talking about technology and its impact on Overlanding. In all the online forums and social media groups, I see people going one of two ways. They either love technology and embrace it while utilizing it to improve their trips in a variety of ways or they hate it and think it takes away from the experience of getting away from it all. So, in this episode, I'm going to give you a rundown of how I think technology impacts Overlanding as a whole. Head over to my other social channels (link below) to join the conversation and share your thoughts on this topic! Want to listen to the podcast without commercials? Consider subscribing! https://anchor.fm/allthingsoverlanding/subscribe A huge thanks to my featured partners: Kenda Tires (my favorite tires): http://bit.ly/3YSwrlh Aventuron. A great option for all your Overlanding and outdoor gear in one place: http://bit.ly/3FhNIN7 REDARC (all kinds of trick power management solutions): https://bit.ly/3rt1ZiB Northology Adventures (Sign up for their FREE monthly magazine and check out their events!): https://bit.ly/3iww7Ue Click here to join the Patreon community for exclusive content and access to the Discord channel: https://www.patreon.com/allthingsoverlanding Click here to get a patches or stickers: https://allthingsoverlanding.com/shop/ For a full list of my gear, check out this page for quick reference links: https://allthingsoverlanding.com/gear/ Looking for budget light bars, rock lights, and LED strips for your rig? Check out Nilight and use code ATO for 5% off! https://bit.ly/3vuhN8F For more great content and info, you can follow me on Facebook, Instagram, or search for All Things Overlanding on all the major podcast channels! Facebook: https://bit.ly/34pYsXv Instagram: https://bit.ly/34pYS01 TikTok: https://bit.ly/3BWJbzJ YouTube: https://bit.ly/3cV5ZBb Newbie Overlander Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3b7RNos
The Torah Podcast with Michael Brooke
Is abstinence a virtue to be embraced or a vice to be shunned? This intriguing episode unravels the enigma of abstinence, drawing inspiration from the Torah, Midrash, and Talmud. Together, we examine the reasoning behind the Nazarite's sin offering and the significance of abstaining from specific indulgences to maintain a balanced spiritual life.Join us as we uncover Rev Desler's insights on the types of individuals who benefit from abstinence and Ramchal's advice on its practical application. Explore the importance of refraining from certain physical pleasures to achieve our mission in life and how this practice can lead to a deeper understanding and connection with the Almighty. Don't miss this enlightening conversation on the ambiguity of abstinence and its potential impact on our spiritual growth.Support the show-------------------The Weekly Parsha is a Torah Podcast that focuses on thought-provoking and energizing Divrei Torah on the week's Parsha. Stop asking, "What is this week's Parsha" and start telling your friends Divrei Torah on the week's Parsha. NEW! Watch our Torah WhatsApp status! WhatsApp the word "greatness" to (757)-679-4497 to watch the Status. ------------------Check out our other Torah Podcasts and content! Follow our Apple Podcast Channel! TMC Torah Podcast Network SUBSCRIBE to The Motivation Congregation Podcast for daily motivational mussar! Listen on Spotify or the new Jewish music and Podcast streaming platform 24six! Find all Torah talks and listen to featured episodes on our new website themotivationcongregation.org Questions or Comments? Please email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org#parsha #shortdvartorah #thetorahpodcast #motivationalmussar
Rebuy is an AI-powered personalization platform. Check out their developer hub, explore case studies, or keep up with their blog.Cameron is a PhD student in computer science and member of the OptimaLab at Rice University. Autonomous agents are AI-powered programs that can create tasks for themselves in response to a given objective. They “can create tasks for themselves, complete tasks, create new tasks, reprioritize their task list, complete the new top task, and loop until their objective is reached,” according to one beginner's guide to autonomous agents.Follow Cameron's work on Twitter or Substack, or his website. Read his publications here.This week's Lifeboat badge honoree is Mark Setchell for sharing their knowledge with the world: I need to convert a fixed-width file to 'comma-delimited' in Unix.
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The Homeschool Snapshots Podcast
In this episode, I am joined by homeschool mom Courtney Guarnieri to explore the dynamic balance between structured and unstructured activities in homeschooling. This is the first in a series of interviews featuring real homeschool moms discussing their planning processes. Courtney shares insights into the nuances of homeschooling in New York, including the challenges and perception of homeschooling in this state. We'll also discuss our favorite personal tips for planning out your homeschool year and discuss various methods of scheduling, such as the "magic number" and periodic break weeks. Through this episode, we emphasize the importance of planning ahead for a successful homeschooling experience. So, let's get started!Key Takeaways:Homeschool planning helps in creating a structured yet flexible learning environment.Planning allows for open-ended exploration and a delightful childhood experience.Utilize creative scheduling to design your homeschool year effectively.Balancing structure and flexibility is crucial for successful homeschooling.Keep records of your homeschooling journey, especially for compliance purposes.Planning helps you stay on track, ensuring you cover all desired subjects and activities.Start planning early to avoid running out of ideas or resources during the school year.Implementing a planning system saves time and reduces stress.Find a schedule method that works for you, such as the magic number or term schooling.Regular reviews and periodic planning sessions help adjust and refine your homeschool plan.Get Put Your Homeschool Year on Autopilot! https://pambarnhill.com/autopilotThe bonus period ends June 30, 2023.For full show notes and a transcript of today's episode, head to pambarnhill.com/tmbh70To join our free homeschool community, you can create an account right here.
Wonder: A podcast by the Entrepreneurs’ Organization
Marissa Levin is the founder of i5 Conscious Leadership. She's an ICF-certified coach, speaker, author, and 30-year entrepreneur. She has been recognized as one of the top 200 biggest voices of leadership globally for 2023. Her goal is to catalyze leaders and organizations to “achieve their highest potential through conscious transformation.” Listen in as Marissa shares her insights on what has made her journey so successful. Timestamped show notes 01:38 - Marissa's Journey 04:54 - Balancing act 06:36 - Certified coach 08:07 - Conscious leadership 14:26 - New book! 17:16 - Award winner 18:43 - Empathy 21:02 - Enneagram types 22:19 - Looking to 2023 23:34 - 30-year entrepreneurial journey 25:52 - Daily routine 29:42 - Cleaning your energy 34:34 - i5 Conscious Leadership Links i5 Conscious Leadership: https://i5consciousleadership.com/ Marissa's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marissalevin1/
Physical activity is a key pillar of good health. Fewer than a fourth of American adults move their bodies enough to keep them healthy. The rest of us may spend too much time sitting in front of a computer or television screen. We recognize we need more exercise. But just as we wouldn't try to […]
We chat with ESPNcricinfo assistant editor Karthik Krishnaswamy and freelance writer Saurabh Somani on making sense of cricket in these times of excess. With leagues mushrooming around the world, and multiple formats to track, can journalists be expected to have a holistic view of the game? Talking Points: The evolution of cricket - and pressures on journalists - over the last decade The near-impossible task of watching cricket across formats and geographies The difficulty of 'connecting the dots' from age-group to international cricket The need to change one's writing to suit the rhythm of the format Making peace with not watching most of the cricket that is being televised The lack of bandwidth to take in the big picture The future of one-dayers and how its extinction could have far-reaching effects A future where journalists will need to pick formats to cover Balancing the demands of the market with the demands of journalism The future of cricket coverage with advances in video and Artificial Intelligence Support 81allout on Ko-Fi Participants: Karthik Krishnaswamy (@the_kk) Saurabh Somani (@saurabh_42) Siddhartha Vaidyanathan (@sidvee) Mahesh Sethuraman (@cornerd) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Buy The Summer Game by Gideon Haigh (recently republished by 81allout) India (hardback) | India (paperback) | India (e-copy) Australia (paperback, e-copy) USA (hardback, paperback, e-copy) UK (hardback, paperback, e-copy) Canada (hardback, paperback, e-copy) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Related: Karthik Krishnaswamy's articles on ESPNcricinfo 'Hard for journalists today to probe serious issues in cricket' - Pradeep Magazine - 81allout podcast A Cop in Cricket - Neeraj Kumar - Amazon Will IPL franchise owners swallow international cricket whole? - Osman Samiuddin - ESPNcricinfo Is there too much cricket? - Cameron Pononsby - Wisden Cricket 2.0: Inside the T20 Revolution - Tim Wigmore and Freddie Wilde - Amazon Hitting against the Spin - Nathan Leamon and Ben Jones - Amazon IPL, basketball and the tamasha paradox - Siddhartha Vaidyanathan - sidveeblogs
Get ready for another wild and adventurous episode of the Uncorked podcast! Holli & Jeanna introduce their new best friend, Mary Jo Lorei, who they instantly clicked with as if they had known her for ages. It's like they've been friends in a parallel universe or maybe they just have a knack for making fast connections! Within three minutes, they've already invited themselves to Mary Jo's honeymoon after discovering she's tying the knot in just four weeks. Watch out, future spouse, because Holli & Jeanna are ready to join the party! Well, Holli eventually settles for meeting them for a drink in the bar. Mary Jo is a force of nature, a true spreader of infectious realness, humor, and love. In this episode, she takes us on a personal journey, sharing her unique perspective and experiences. From a young age, Mary Jo discovered her exceptional ability to listen differently from others. She has a remarkable talent for uncovering the hidden meanings beneath what people say, tapping into her inner knowing and hypervigilance. It's like she has a secret decoder for understanding the deeper layers of communication. And with great gifts, come great responsibility. Mary Jo's mantra has always been to be a vehicle for others to hear themselves, empowering them to find their own truth. Balancing the masculine and feminine energies is a crucial aspect of Mary Jo's work. She consciously determines what serves both the group and the individuals involved. It's a delicate dance of finding harmony and synergy between different perspectives and energies, creating a space where everyone feels seen, heard, and valued. Mary Jo's process for serving individuals and large groups is truly awe-inspiring. She opens herself up to whatever shows up, embracing the belief that there is purpose in every moment. She puts her entire energy into solving the challenges and obstacles that arise, always focused on the desired outcome. It's a dedicated and passionate approach that drives her work. Somatic work is at the core of Mary Jo's practice. She recognizes the importance of tending to the intellectual, emotional, and physical bodies. All three aspects need care and nurturing to create overall well-being and health. Mary Jo believes in the power of a holistic approach, addressing the full spectrum of human experience. So buckle up and get ready for an episode filled with laughter, insights, and a whole lot of contagious energy. Join Holli, Jeanna, and their incredible new friend Mary Jo Lorei as they dive into the depths of personal growth, connection, and the magic that unfolds when you embrace your authentic self. It's going to be an unforgettable ride! More about Mary Jo: Mary Jo Lorei is an accomplished Facilitator, Master Coach and a Self Mastery Mentor of all those who seek their next level. She has over 20 years of experience working with individuals to achieve their maximum potential. Mary Jo has facilitated dynamic group encounters across the United States, Mexico, Peru, Canada based in Leadership, Self Development and Relationship . Mary Jo uses her intuition and deep connection with the human spirit to support others in developing their inner compass and creating energetic successful lives. Last year Mary Jo published her book “Practical Inspirations: where the bumper sticker meets the road”. The book is a full tome of access points to listen, learn and act on one's own wisdom. With so many inspirational sources out there, it can become overwhelming, and even more so without application. The opportunities in these pages tap into the reader's own operating system, then give insight to and clarity to maximize turning efforts into results. Mary Jo has completed multiple intensive facilitator & coaching programs, and has studied with multiple spiritual masters and has pursued philosophy and anthropology courses. All of this (and more) helps her unlock understanding of the workings of human beings. She puts out a weekly inspiration called Tuesday Truth Seeds, works with private clients on success in all areas, she facilitates workshops for companies as well as produces her own, and is always creating her next training, Mary Jo uses her gifts and continual development of her skills to forward all whom she encounters. She is a compassionate mirror, a stealth truth seeker, and is devoted to living vibrantly. Uncorked Assignments: Be only you, everyone else is taken Join the Uncorked community, subscribe at www.loauncorked.com Podcast References: https://www.facebook.com/selfmasterymentor/ https://www.instagram.com/maryjolorei/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRKu2Liln_sbzRlNk80c6nA https://www.linkedin.com/in/maryjolorei/ As always, thanks for listening and we look forward to sharing more badassery conversations with you! Please consider leaving a review and subscribing or dropping us a note to say hi and share your thoughts. www.loauncorked.com l firstname.lastname@example.org I Insta: @uncorked_holli_jeanna I FB: loauncork
Wondering if you need the O-shot? Scared that it might if you do get it? Today, I'm diving into all things O-shot!You'll hear more about:What the O-shot isWho it's right for (the answer may just surprise you!)How it works in the bodyIf you should be afraid to get it And more! A healthy GI tract has an epithelial mucosal barrier that prevents the passage of food proteins, toxins, and microorganisms from crossing into the bloodstream.Stress, overconsumption of alcohol, food intolerance, microbial imbalance and poor nutrition can affect the integrity of the epithelial barrier.The ingredients in Leaky GutLift help regenerate and maintain the intestinal mucosal barrier. It's unique formula includes nutrients that support the gut mucosal epithelium.The Gutsy Gynecologist's Guide to Balancing your Hormones: https://lcvjtpc8.pages.infusionsoft.net/Support your vaginal microbiome- Get FloraTame! Connect with Dr. Tabatha:Work with us: Schedule a callDr. Tabatha's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrTabathaDr. Tabatha's IG: https://www.instagram.com/thegutsygynecologist/Dr. Tabatha's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWea1x1abLERehb5yn_nfow
Daily Success Show with Jamila Payne
One of the main reasons why women business owners built their businesses is because they wanted more freedom. You want to put in the work but don't grind yourself into the ground. The key is that you should be running your business but your business shouldn't be running your life. That's why self-care is important. You want to set up your business in a way that it gives you spaciousness and energy for yourself, your family, and the things that you want to do on the side. For this week's Breadwinning Business Women episode, I talked to my friend, Sherina Hill, a personal coach helping High Achievers and Entrepreneurs stop underperforming by creating more meaning and money in their lives. She shared how she built her business so that she's able to make six-figures in her business by working less to spend more time with her family and prioritize her self-care. Learn …
This week Bryce talks to Tommy Marquez! Tommy is a CrossFit commentator and the Co-host/founder of the widely successful podcast, Talking Elite Fitness. He gives us his expert insight into the recent Semifinals and upcoming CrossFit Games in August. (08:50): CrossFit Open workout experience (16:01): CrossFit collaboration(21:27): Growth and development of athletes(27:02): Balancing career and family life (29:54): Impacts of workforce reduction in CrossFit for affected individuals(34:16): Unbiased evaluation of sports performance(39:29): NBA vs. CrossFit Games (42:23): Complex workout during CrossFit semi-finals(47:31): Challenges in the sports of fitness(49:56): Predictions for the Top 3 Female and Male Athletes in the CrossFit Games (51:34): What can you anticipate from Elite Fitness Training?Trident Coffee - Use code "INVICTUS20" to get 20% off online and in TapRooms (https://bit.ly/3fzbBDx)LMNT - Use the link to receive a free sample pack with your first purchase (http://drinklmnt.com/InvictusMindset)RX Smart Gear - Use code "INVICTUSMINDSET" to get 10% off full ropes and grip (https://bit.ly/34RQt9g)HVMN - Use code "INVICTUS" for 20% off Ketone-IQ (https://hvmn.com/INVICTUS)LSKD - Shop today and check out the "Rep" shorts (https://us.lskd.co/)Wizard Sciences - Use code "InvictusMindset" for 15% off your order
The His & Her Money Show: Managing Money, Marriage, and Everything In Between
In this episode, we feature an interview with Steve Chou, the founder of MyWifeQuitHerJob.com, as he shares valuable insights on family-first entrepreneurship and effective work-life integration. Steve discusses his personal journey and offers strategies for achieving success while prioritizing family. From understanding long-term strategies to focusing on profit over revenue, he provides actionable tips for entrepreneurs to navigate the challenges and opportunities that arise during business growth. The interview also delves into the importance of knowing your numbers, automating processes, and making informed decisions when hiring. This episode offers a compelling perspective on building a thriving business without compromising family priorities. Key Discussion Points: Introduction to Steve Chou and his entrepreneurial journey The significance of prioritizing family in entrepreneurship Balancing long-term strategies with short-term goals Shifting focus from revenue to profit for sustainable growth Analyzing the impact of discounts and pricing strategies on profit Understanding the value of automation and leveraging tools like ChatGPT Steve's controversial stance on team size and the role of robots in business The importance of having high-level knowledge before outsourcing tasks Strategies for time management and effective hiring in family-based entrepreneurship Links and Resources: Steve Chou's Book: The Family First Entrepreneur Online Job Platform: Onlinejobs.ph Steve Chou's Website: MyWifeQuitHerJob.com Free Mini-Course on E-commerce: MyWifeQuitHerJob.com/minicourse Steve Chou's Podcast: My Wife Quit Her Job Podcast The Seller Summit: SellerSummit.com Conclusion: In this insightful episode of The His and Her Money Show, Steve Chou, author of 'Family First Entrepreneur,' shares his knowledge on building a successful business while prioritizing family and personal life. Furthermore, the discussion covers finding qualified help, the accessibility of e-commerce, embracing the learning curve, committing long-term, balancing business with family, and encouragement for aspiring entrepreneurs. Don't miss out on the valuable resources and bonuses Steve provides, including his book, workshops, mini-course, podcast, YouTube channel, and the annual e-commerce conference, The Seller Summit.