Part 2: What The Heck Is Functional Medicine? Series: In this episode of Oh My Heath ... There's HOPE! Jana talks with Judy Hahn. Judy is known as the “it's not all in your head health expert” who helps high-performing executives go from feeling funky to feeling phenomenal. Her clients experience abundant energy and laser-sharp focus in just a few short months, thanks to their collaboration with Judy. She helps them create the optimal health environment they need to thrive, whether they can't sleep through the night, have brain fog, digestive issues, depression, or feel lousy. Each client receives a fully customized program to address their specific health issues and work on the whole person to balance body, mind, and spirit. "Pause, breathe, and choose joy." This 30-minute episode is on: 1) 8 of of 9 people, what group are you in 2) Are you walking around talking about what medications you're on? 3) Are you stuck inside the Western Medical Reference Ranges 4) How stress adds to your health conditions 5) Do you feel like your health care provider is not listening 6) Balancing body, mind, and spirit In this episode Jana and Judy Discuss: What group are you in, are you walking around talking about what medications you're on? Are you one of those people who are stuck inside of the Western Medicine Reference Ranges? How stress adds to your health conditions. Get in touch with Judy Hahn: https://www.hahnholistichealth.com/ https://www.instagram.com/judybrierhahn/ https://www.facebook.com/hahnholistichealth https://www.linkedin.com/in/judyhahn/ Judy's Free offer, Lower Your Toxic Load: Do you know how many things in your home, your food, your household and personal care products, and even your cookware are affecting your health? Get my freebie on How to Lighten your Toxic Load... https://www.hahnholistichealth.com/lower-your-toxic-load/ Get in touch with Jana and listen to more Podcasts: https://www.janashort.com/ Show Music ‘Hold On' by Amy Gerhartz https://www.amygerhartz.com/music. Free Gift: Free Subscription to Best Holistic Life Magazine: https://www.bestholisticlife.com/ Connect with Jana Short: https://www.janashort.com/contact/
Have you ever wondered how to balance your child's plate with autism? In this episode, we break down how to balance your child's plate and how this can help with mood, focus, and energy levels. We also discuss a common reason for mid-morning or mid-afternoon crashes in school and how to resolve it. IN THIS EPISODE 2 reasons why balancing your child's plate is important How to balance a plate The reason for mid-morning or mid-afternoon crashes in school LINKS Join the Autism Nutrition Library Follow @AutismDietitian on Instagram
Below are the topics covered in today's listener calls mini-episode (with timestamps). For instructions on submitting your own questions, go to calnewport.com/podcast. - Interacting with potential clients while avoiding constant distraction. [2:10] - Self-promotion without social media. [8:21] - Dealing with an overflowing "to read" folder. [13:19] - Correcting weekly plan drift. [18:13] - The secrets of my high-volume reading. [22:47] - Personal vs. organizational productivity. [27:29] - Balancing deep and shallow work. [36:10]Thanks to Jay Kerstens for the intro music and Mark Miles for mastering.
Encouraging personal evangelism through teaching the gospel within the context of an authentic relationship Personal evangelism, formal missions work, and spiritual acts of service in local, regional, and global contexts as appropriate Balancing our dedication to continually restoring our congregational practices according to New Testament commands and patterns while maintaining a gracious and loving attitude toward all believers
In this session, Jane Datta, chief human capital officer at NASA, talks about her experience in managing employee well-being in a large, diverse workforce such as in NASA. Many of her points focus on the Pandemic year and how it has made organizations revisit the strategies and policies that enable a more employee centric environment. Podcast Link: iTunes: http://math.im/jofitunes Youtube: http://math.im/jofyoutube Jane Datta is NASA's chief human capital officer and lead people champion. She wholly embraces that “we are people leaders in the people business” which guides her oversight of NASA's human capital policies, practices, and operations. Ms. Datta is responsible for building the quality and depth of talent necessary for supporting the agency's mission, improving capabilities for delivering out-of-this-world human resources services, and positively shaping NASA's culture to maintain high levels of employee engagement and commitment. Timelines: 0:53 Jane's journey. 4:06 A typical day for an executive at NASA. 6:02 Jane's transition from a career consultant to a chief human capital officer. 10:28 Running a diverse workforce in a large organization like NASA. 13:48 Keeping the workforce aligned with the larger version. 16:52 NASA's strategy for it's employees during the Pandemic. 20:28 Balancing the well-being of employees and ensuring business continuity during the pandemic. 27:07:00 Surprises and learnings in managing the wellbeing of a workforce during the pandemic. 30:33:00 Handling employee burnout. 37:12:00 Gauging the mental and emotional state of employees and finding a way to alleviating their pain. 41:27:00 Workforce trends that are here to stay. 47:55:00 Next breakthrough tool for collaboration in the new age of employee engagement. 52:21:00 NASA's best practices that can be replicated in other organizations. 55:18:00 Rapid fire. 58:00:00 Jane's success mantra. 1:00:58 Jane's advice to her sixteen year old self. 1:03:23 Jane's favorite reads. 1:04:54 Closing remarks. Questions Addressed: Segment 1: Lead-in 1. Starter: Give your starter pitch 1 point that you wish as a central theme. 2. Vishal briefly introduce guest Segment 2: State of organizations 3. What it means to be a people's leader for NASA? 4. NASA is a hyper collaborative organization, how do you lead the people aspect of the agency? 5. How has NASA managed to still accomplish so much during the pandemic? 6. How has work evolved for NASA during the pandemic times? 7. What did the shift to mandatory telework look like for NASA? What needed to be done and how did you do it? 8. What have been some of the lessons you've learned over the past 18 months in terms of workforce productivity, recruiting and hiring, training and development, etc.? 9. What would other organization learn from NASA's progress and wonderful people it is lead by? 10. What has been some of your surprises as you lead NASA's people aspect? 11. Looking toward the future, is NASA planning to have everyone return to on site work when it's safe to do so or will you be adopting a hybrid model? Or a perhaps a different model? 12. How has technology, and your use of technology, evolved over the past 18 months and how will it continue to evolve to enable your work and missions? 13. How is one thing you wish to improve in NASA? Segment 3: Rapid Fire [Say what comes to your mind quickly] 14 a. #FutureOfWork 14 b. #Technology 14 c. #Leadership 14 d. #RemoteWork 14 e. #Equity 14 f. #Diversity 14 g. #Legislature 14 h. #JobsOfFuture 14 i. #FutureOfLearning 14 j. #Something exciting 14 k. #Things that keep you up at night? Segment 4: Your personal journey 15. What are 1-3 best practices that you think are the key to success in your journey? 16. Do you have any favorite read? 17. As a closing remark, what would you like to tell our audience? Keywords: #FutureofWork #Work2.0 #Work2dot0 #Leadership #Growth #Org2dot0 #Work2 #Org2
Welcome to the audio digest of this week's issue of The Alabama Baptist and The Baptist Paper. Each episode features news headlines and feature stories read by TAB Media Group staff and volunteers. New episodes are released weekly on Wednesday mornings. Articles of Interest: Alabama's historic FBC Montgomery attacked by arsonist but gospel goes forward, pastor emphasizes (6:44) Partnership between Alabama and Alaska Baptists off to a good start (10:12) Pastor's wives: Balancing ministry and motherhood (14:39) Visit TAB Media HERE Subscribe on iTunes HERE
You don't have to choose between being a good mother or a good business owner. Ashley shares strategies on balancing motherhood while still running a profitable and sustainable photography business.Introduction (2:15)What is the key to avoiding burnout? (2:56)Self-care. Everyone needs some blank space, time for just you. It has to be something you intentionally seek, it won't happen automatically.Advice on handling distractions (7:37)Give your kids the 4 things they need ahead of time, and they will give you the time you need. 1. A present and hands-on mom2. Positive attention3. Positive control4. Boundaries and routinesHow do you handle mom-guilt when balancing motherhood and your business? (13:18)First acknowledge the guilt. Then identify the priority in that moment. Then check the guilt (and whether it is true) against the priority. Lastly, replace the guilt with thankfulness. Give yourself the same advice you would give to a friend.How do you embrace the season you're in and stay in your lane? (18:13)“If you're not content where you are right now, you're not going to be content where you're going.” Also, instead of being jealous of where someone else is in their journey, use it as inspiration and fuel to energize yourself.How do you get your work done while having kids home for extended times? (23:06)Having systems and routines will not stifle your creativity – it will create the space and time for you to be more creative. Balancing motherhood and business means that I have to do time blocking for work, family and personal.What do wish you knew starting out? (26:52)You have to love business more than photography. You have to invest in yourself before you believe in yourself.Speed Round! (28:57)What are you currently artistically curious about? (30:33)Adding video to sessions.Discover more about Ashley FreehanWebsite: http://thepurposegathering.com Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/purposegatheringmamas Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thepurposegathering Bio: Ashley Freehan is a multi-passionate mompreneur. She is a business and motherhood coach, brand photographer, podcaster, wife and homeschooling mama saved by grace. She is passionate about helping mom photographers take their business from a side hustle to a profitable and sustainable business, BUT without sacrificing their sanity or their family in the process.Resources shared in this episode:Her masterclass - https://thepurposegathering.com/productivity
Innovation is often considered solely building something new. Rajesh Nerlikar, co-author of Build What Matters, knows innovation is more nuanced than that. In this conversation, we discuss what he describes as product roadmap balancing across innovation, iteration, and operation. We also more generally discuss his Vision-Lead Framework and prioritizing what to build next when dealing with the SDLC and digital innovation.Watch the video version of this episode.Links Book: Build What Matters Vision-Led Product Management The Color-Coded Product Roadmap 5 Key Takeaways from Shape Up by Basecamp Rajesh on Twitter Rajesh on LinkedIn Follow newsletter @kenyarmosh /in/kenyarmosh kenyarmosh.com
Karen chats with illustrator, textile designer, and writer Micaela Ezra, founder of contemporary Judaica collection AHYIN, about growing your spirituality, overcoming Jewish impostor syndrome, and what it really means to build a Jewish home - and how to do it, whatever stage of life you're at. Micaela is an incredible role model when it comes to Jewish spirituality, and the way she constantly strives to find her own meaning in Judaism - for herself, and now for her family too - is guaranteed to inspire. You'll find out: - All about Micaela's Jewish upbringing in Australia - How she found meaning in Jewish tradition and deepened her spirituality after moving to NYC in her 20s - The dangers of mechanical Judaism - What kept her Jewishly grounded during her hectic days in the fashion industry - Building your own Jewish community - How an unconventional approach to Shabbat dinner became the cornerstone of her Jewish life - Overcoming Jewish impostor syndrome and finding your own place in Judaism - The importance of finding your own connection to Jewish traditions - Balancing tradition and individuality in Judaism - Nourishing her children's Jewish spirituality - Tapping into Torah wisdom to create a meaningful Jewish home - Becoming a spiritual anchor in your own life - The importance of “spiritual home decor” - Why you should seek out Judaica that sparks joy LINKS: Micaela's website http://www.micaelaezra.com Micaela's Instagram http://instagram.com/micaela_ezra AHYIN, Micaela's Judaica brand https://ahyinjudaica.com Rabbi Simon Jacobson https://www.meaningfullife.com Smashing Life, my community membership club for Jewish + Jew(ish) women https://smashinglife.club
Are you a goal-setting, go-getting Hustler or a mindful, spiritually inclined Seeker? Imagine combining these traits to attain the ultimate work-life balance! Both sides have their positives and negatives and this week, Tommy Baker and Anahata Ananda explore the sweet spot between getting your hustle on and finding the emotional peace you seek. Episode Page & Free Guided Visualization for Balancing the Feminine & Masculine: https://www.shamangelichealing.com/ep-67-hustlers-seekers-alchemizing-being-doing-with-tommy-baker/ Tommy Website: resistaverageacademy.com Anahata Website: https://www.shamangelichealing.com Anahata Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anahataananda Anahata Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/ShamangelicHealing Pre-order Tommy's Book!
Web design freelancer Kristin Pearson shares her top lessons learned having just gone full time into web design.In This Episode00:00 - Introduction03:40 - Biz course04:40 - Greeting Kristin10:06 - Coaches 10:32 - Speakers11:55 - Process of both14:38 - Kristin's start21:55 - Learning WP23:28 - Tech deters some24:53 - Solving problems25:42 - Communities28:20 - The starting point38:26 - Safety plan42:42 - Time-guilt shift46:20 - Balancing things48:48 - Getting clients53:44 - A recorded call58:56 - Growing organically1:00:48 - Current thoughts 1:04:12 - Introverts 1:06:31 - Utilize strengths1:11:55 - Going live stress1:20:33 - Recurring income1:24:11 - Future goals1:28:40 - Being intentional1:31:53 - Final thoughtsGet all links, resources and show notes at:https://joshhall.co/143
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In this episode, Kimberly and Richard discuss yoga, spiritual teachings, finding balance within, honoring lineages and history, and community-focused practices versus individualized ones. They discuss the impact of the pandemic on various communities such as the yoga community, acknowledging our shadow selves, and turning our individual yoga and spiritual practices to tangible ways to support and better communities and our world. This episode is rich with Richard's wisdom and understandings of various yogic, Hindu, and Buddhist teachings and principles, his experiences traveling and learning about these lineages, and philosophies for balancing our inner and outer selves to ultimately benefit others. Bio Richard Freeman has been practicing yoga since 1968. He has taught yoga and trained yogas all over the world. His work joins together a vast array of teachings and perspectives, in keeping with the richness of this ancient tradition. You can find more information on Richard's teachings on his website. What He Shares: --Impact of pandemic --Fracturing in yoga communities --Acknowledging and finding balance between our shadow and light selves --Understanding histories and lineages in ancient traditions and practices --Teacher/student power-issues in yoga --Contributing to social good through individual practice What You'll Hear: --Fracturing in yoga community over pandemic --Predispositions toward polarity and fundamentalism --Opposing groups coming together over common enemy --Dealing with unknown and uncomfortable not knowing regarding pandemic --Finding common ground when understand the “other” --Pratipaksha the other wing, bhavana (contemplate the other wing) --Different obstacles where one wing is associated with heavy emotions and cause suffering, contemplate opposite wing of emotion --Practice which visualizes the other in order to cultivate empathy and understanding --Applicable for serious and miniscule problems --Mind slips anything into ego-centered --Not hurting others or yourself --Shadow sides can be projected out or not recognized within oneself --Acknowledging not suppressing shadow potential of own minds --Many yoga/spiritual practices avoid this intellectual honesty --Feel negative emotions in context with other social support to hold and observe --Embody it in a way that doesn't destroy you or others --Discerning intuition, multiple realities, and fundamentalism --Being open to feedback --Balancing and feeling the middle path physically and intellectually --Experimenting physical practice with intellectual/interior life --Impact of social media on brain/mind/energetic system overall --Some social media beneficial in yoga world --Ego/mind are creative and can be used for good or destruction --Social media fast-paced, scary, and mind-blowing --Done in context of ancient historical traditions of insight done slowly over thousands of years --Benefits of social media for community --Convenience and pace of convenience are part of issues regarding community, climate, etc. --Describes time in India through Middle East and Europe during 1970s --Similarities in people of different religions and traditions --Importance of understanding history in religious traditions around the world --Appropriation versus appreciation through understanding history, honoring lineage, and humility --Dynamic of teacher/student relationship in yoga --Discerning teachers, practices, and other aspects of yoga within commodification --Finding the true Teacher (Beloved) in the heart --Many teachers are attracted to power of being the expert --Good teacher encourages you to stay open minded --Epidemic of problem teachers in yoga and spiritual traditions --Hindu teachings on discernment principles --Two-wing image, supportive of each-other, because of intelligence as one --Patterns of immediate sensation giving birth to story lines and labels --Under-pinnings of practice individual work not necessarily impacting the collective --Practicing for self-improvement or for community improvement --Conceding comfort for tangible benefit of other people --Individual practice branching out to ever-expanding environments --Chant together Resources Website: https://www.richardfreemanyoga.com/
Rhonda G. Mincey is a multi-award-winning mentor, entrepreneur, and inspirational expert for female entrepreneurs. Her genius and gift is to create profit-producing and legacy-building content that distinguishes businesses from the competition. Through her speaking and writing, Rhonda challenges women to work passionately and purposefully with her Born to R.E.I.G.N.TM Methodology. Believing that everyone lives their legacy daily, Rhonda has founded two nonprofits that serve youth, building their self-esteem and leadership skills, and she also supports young ladies in Brazil and Rwanda to become educated, confident, and productive women. In this episode, Rhonda and I talk about the struggle to balance profit with purpose. There's a lot of conversation about either profit or purpose, but very little about working to combine the two. Rhonda shares practical ways to bridging the gap between them in a way that not only increases profit while working within purpose, but also creates a legacy. She also highlights that purpose-driven businesses don't have to be only for service-based businesses and shares how product-based businesses can also live the dream of profit and purpose.
Is work life balance a myth? How to set client boundaries? Balancing a side hustle with a full time job? Entrepreneur mindset and tips on these topics and more in today's Freelance Friday Podcast episode! Thanks to Lance for sponsoring today's podcast! https://lance.app/?utm_source=partnership&utm_medium=influencer&utm_campaign=ljames Use code LATASHAJAMES for a discount on the Pro tier. Lance is only available in the United States. My Socials: youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/latmichjam?sub_confirmation=1 instagram: http://instagram.com/thelatashajames twitter: http://twitter.com/thelatashajames my business email: firstname.lastname@example.org --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thelatashajames/support
Should you take elderly parents in your home or place them in a nursing home? Are you obligated to care of your parents at the expense of your children? Do you have to take off from work to tend a parents need? When you're taking care of a parent are you exempt from all Mitzvos? Is there a Chiyuv Kibbud Av to a comatose parent? Estate Planning, Succesion Planning, Health Proxy with Rabbi Shimon Finkelman - Rebbi, Darchei Torah, Prolific Author – 21:37 with Rebbitzin Feige Twersky - Renowned Milwaukee Rebbitzin, Hamodia Columnist – 41:51 with Mr. Joe Klein, esq - Eldercare Expert – 1:04:54 מראי מקומות
Balancing all the elements in a Muppet Show episode is tricky. Some might say it's as shaky as King Henry the VIII…wait, what? This wasn't any of our favorite episode but it did have its high points, like Muppy being adorable, and the first appearance of Beaker! Plus our own very special guest star, Ben Liebert! https://muppeturgy.com/episodes/zero-mostel
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When you hear the word ‘balance,' what do you think of? Work-life balance? Balancing on one leg? Balancing your checkbook? Welcome back to a new season of the podcast... this month our theme is Balance, and in this episode, I want to encourage you to examine your understanding of that idea. You may think balance is a fixed, perfect center point that you have to strive for. But in reality, balance is dynamic and spacious. And falling or failing are important parts of continuing to find balance. We're living in a world where a new normal is unfolding, and it's important to examine our idea of what it means to be in balance.
IBF On Demand sponsored by Arkieva, your one-plan S&OP software. Learn more about Arkieva's innovative approach to forecasting here: http://bit.ly/business-forecastingInterview with Jake Barr, CEO of BlueWorld Supply Chain Consulting. 04:49 What is going wrong with supply chains right now, and how long will it last?09:30 How forecasting and planning can help mitigate the impact of supply chain chaos.11:44 2022, the year of 'anti-lean'15:53 Overreacting to supply shortages and overbuilding inventory18:13 The true extent of the supply shortages including medicines 21:20 Balancing cost, margin and cash amid supply disruption26:27 Buying inventory - calculating what you're willing to pay and what you're willing to lose
This week on the podcast we connect with Rochester based entrepreneur Sarma Singam. Sarma was born in India and was raised in the DC suburbs. He got interested in entrepreneurship during his undergraduate work in biomedical engineering at the University of Cincinnati and created his very first startup in that community. Sarma earned his medical degree in Cincinnati and came to Rochester for a medical fellowship two years ago. Now, he's building another startup, called Medsyllabus. Still in the development stage, Sarma sees Medsyllabus as a comprehensive way for residents and fellows to learn, collaborate, and network in a socially engaging way. We have a great podcast in store today as this serial entrepreneur shares lessons learned and what tools he's found to help his entrepreneurial journey in the Rochester ecosystem. Our sponsors: CliftonLarsonAllen Website: https://www.claconnect.com/ Help us keep Rochester Rising going through our fundraising campaign: https://www.4giving.com/donation/1B6D Music Attribution: Like That by Ano Domini Beats is licensed through the YouTube Audio Library. Episode Breakdown: 0:00 Start 4:47 Introduction to Sarma 6:31 Sarma's experience with entrepreneurship 8:49 About Medsyllabus 10:10 Sarma's experience with the problem he's solving 12:28 Developing the Medsyllabus product 14:01 Subject specific content 15:02 The most challenging and enjoyable parts of entrepreneurship 16:58 Balancing work, life, and business 18:20 Learning about yourself through entrepreneurship 20:56 Rochester entrepreneurial ecosystem 22:39 Final questions 25:06 Final thoughts from Sarma 25:45 Conclusions 26:22 End
Are you interested in healing your body naturally? Have you been worried about your stress level? We discuss all things related to health, anti-aging, Chinese medicine and so much more. In this episode, I talk with Dr. Jannine Krause. She is a naturopathic doctor, acupuncturist, and podcaster who specializes in helping patients overcome their self-sabotaging behaviors to manage stress effectively, boost their energy, regain their focus & put their hormones in check. Today we take a deep dive into ways we can reduce our stress, improve our health, and so much more. Questions I asked: What brought you to Washington state? Why is stress the root of all illness? How do we slow down and begin reducing the stress in our bodies? Why is grounding so important? What are some ways to reduce cortisol? What are some ways people can improve their help and reduce neuro-inflammation? How has COVID affected people's Vegas nerve? What does psychoneuroimmunology have to do with aging? How does your mindset keep you fat, fatigued and unfulfilled? How does your adrenal health impact your menopause journey? Why is it so important to understand that we don't need to be in fight or flight mode? Why is stress related to aging? Does acupuncture help with circulation? How does someone continue effects of acupuncture after the treatment? What do you have for everyone, and where can we find you? Topics Discussed: getting out of our comfort zone. Our environmental impact. Stress in our bodies. The importance of going outside. Chinese medicine. Healing illness naturally. Anti-Aging. Balancing hormones. Quotes from the show: “If stress is constantly hitting, things will start to break down, and it often starts with digestion.” @drjanninekrause @SisterhoodSweat “If we would give ourselves time to slow down, we would have less health issues.” @drjanninekrause @SisterhoodSweat “What needs am I not fulfilling?” @drjanninekrause @SisterhoodSweat “If you can take a break and get outside, you can recharge yourself.” @drjanninekrause @SisterhoodSweat “There's nothing wrong with you if you need to take a break.” @drjanninekrause @SisterhoodSweat How you can stay in touch with Dr. Janine Krause: Website Free Course Facebook YouTube Instagram Podcast How you can stay in touch with Linda: Website Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest YouTube SoundCloud "Proud Sponsors of the Sisterhood of S.W.E.A.T" Essential Formulas My daily energy stems from mushrooms... mushroom coffee that is! Have you checked out Four Sigmatic yet? If you want a coffee that contains superfoods and adaptogens like rhodiola, eleuthero, and schisandra to help you live a healthier, more enhanced life, then you need Four Sigmatic mushroom coffee in your daily routine! Check out their products here and be sure to let me know what you think of it!
In this episode of Dialed Health, I'm joined by Amber, the Project Manger of DialedHealth.com. She actually interviews me on my personal training and goals, and what's been more beneficial for me. I share all the details on how I stay consistent with training while also balancing it with my family and personal life, as well as what has made the biggest impact on my strength gains this year (and also what hasn't helped). Plus, Amber asks me how i know when I'm over-training (something I know many of you do!) and what are some common red flags for when you're on your way to burnout. Most importantly, at the end of this episode, I give you all the details on my vasectomy and how I'm navigating through it! What we discuss: 8:00 - Scheduling your workouts around your life to remain consistent 16:00 - Having the support you need to remain consistent 24:00 - Balancing riding solo with riding with your partner 27:00 - What makes the biggest impact on strength gains 32:00 - What's been beneficial vs. what hasn't been for reaching my strength goal 38:30 - Red flags for when you're over-training and on your way to burn out 46:00 - Using the trainer to build grit 50:00 - Listening to music while training 53:30 - Rapid Fire Questions 1:02:00 - Derek's Thoughts: Details on my vasectomy Get more Dialed Health from me daily on Instagram: @dialedhealth Get training plans from me and take your riding to the next level: www.dialedhealth.com
This first “Defiant” story finds us, as described by the narrator, “on the precipice of Real Teen Shit.” In a small New York town, a teen explores his identity while working at the local Serenity Sweets Cafe developing friendships with the town rebels and navigating questionable adults in and around the shop. Balancing his good-boy […]
One of the most dangerous things that a leader can say is “we've tried this before and it didn't work.” It's so crucial for an organization to have team members who are innovative enough to bring new ideas to the table. Especially if you're someone who's been inside the box for so long, it's refreshing to have people come in and help you take a look outside of the box. One way to squash your team's innovation is through shutting them down by outrightly rejecting their ideas. Today's guest, John Coyle is one of the world's leading experts in design, thinking, and innovation. So we talk about how leaders can foster innovation in their organizations all while maintaining decisiveness. It's not an easy feat as we know there are quite a few leaders out there who are so used to their old ways that they resist change and are unwilling to change, as well. Some important highlights we bring into the discussion are: How leaders can foster innovation within the organization while maintaining decisiveness, and How to encourage your team to come up with innovative ideas and take action on the right ones Don't be that leader who shuts down their team's innovative ways. Be the one that cultivates it! Discussion Points: 0:00 Introduction 2:19 A short story about the most dangerous words leaders use in their organizations 3:45 The 3-strike science behind a person's creativity and innovative shutdown 5:25 How leaders can remain open to new ideas while being firm and decisive 6:36 Technique leaders can use to promote the team's creative and innovative thinking 8:29 Effective ways to generate ideas from the team 9:47 Leaders shifting from project-based to people-based mindset — being the champion of your team's ideas 10:56 Balancing the need for new ideas while sticking to your organization's values and purpose 12:02 The Innovation Equation 15:05 Tips for leaders to transition from the boss who prevents innovative thinking to one that promotes it 17:53 Humility in leadership brings teams together 18:39 What about leaders who are resistant and unwilling to change? 20:39 Combining learner leadership and decisiveness 22:29 Action items for creating a balance between an innovative mindset and a decisive one 23:35 What happens then to the team members whose ideas were not chosen? 24:55 Best leaders make sure they act on the right ideas and give clear accountability to team members 26:57 Be willing to hear a NO or be prepared to make some tweaks so the NO becomes a YES About the Guest: John K. Coyle is one of the world's leading experts in "Design Thinking” and Innovation. A highly sought-after speaker and lecturer, John is a graduate of Stanford University with a degree in Engineering - Product Design (Design Thinking) and Northwestern's Kellogg Graduate School of business with an MBA in organizational behavior, marketing and entrepreneurship. A former head of innovation for a Fortune 500 wireless telecom, John has also been the SVP of innovation for a leading strategy consultancy. John is a world class athlete in two sports (cycling and speedskating) and an Olympic silver medalist, as well as an NBC Olympic Sports analyst, and a guest lecturer on Innovation at several leading universities (Kellogg, Marquette, CEDIM). John is a two-time TEDx speaker, and an award-winning author of two books, including the (2018) best seller: Design For Strengths: Applying Design Thinking to Individual and Team Strengths. John is also a thought leader in the field of “chronoception” - the neuroscience and psychology of how humans process time. Resources: Learn more about John Coule by visiting his website: www.johnkcoyle.com Connect with John Coyle: LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnkcoyle1/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/johnkcoyle/ John Coyle's Books: https://johnkcoyle.com/design-for-strengths Link to “Kick Ass Meetings”: www.constructiongenius.com/kam Connect with me via LinkedIn. For more podcast episodes, you may also visit my website. Tune in and subscribe to the Construction Genius: A Leadership Master-Class Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher. Thank you for tuning in!
In this episode, we're going backstage with the oh-so-creative Aleksej Aarsaether and talking all about the joys and challenges of balancing creative talents with a career in business. Aleksej is a screenwriter, theater actor and director, an excellent salesperson and trainer, and soon-to-be Oxford MBA graduate. Just a year ago, Aleksej joined my team at The Art of Applying® as a Breakthrough Coach. Since then, he's had his own breakthrough and is now an MBA student at Oxford's Saïd Business School. He plans to use his MBA to bridge his creative and business career aspirations, and will forge a career where he will improve diversity and representation at the decision tables of streaming entertainment. Get full show notes and more information here: https://scaleyourjoy.com/17
We are so obsessed with our guest for episode 54, Justine Marjan! Justine is a celebrity hairstylist and beauty influencer. She has styled the most popular celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Ashley Graham, Kerry Washington and Hailey Beiber. She has styled for New York Fashion Week and is always at the forefront of hair trends. We met her almost 2 years ago on a shoot and is truly one of the kindest and warmest people we've met. Her words of wisdom are always giving us the inspiration we need, and her story of how she got to where she is today is nothing short of phenomenal. Plus, she's a new mom! Justine candidly shares how she balances being at the height of her career and becoming a mother, how she's adjusting to her new, postpartum body and tips for regaining confidence.She also gives great relationship advice in this episode's advice column. We're SO excited for you to hear our interview with Justine! What We Talk About: An exciting upcoming trip we're taking and what show we're currently binge-watching Justine shares her journey from sleeping through her SATs to working with top celebrities and at NYFW The value of persistence and hustle How to make a career change or take a risk What keeps Justine at the top of her game Career advice to live by and the “pinch me” moments in her career Balancing work as a new mom and the importance of having a supportive partner Justine's postpartum journey with body confidence and tips for adjusting to the new you Rapid fire questions about her favorite looks, her dream celeb client, fall hair trends for 2021 What Justine is looking forward to in her personal life Ask Away segment: My partner has gained weight and I'm not attracted to them as much. What should I do? New podcast episodes of Confident Collective drop every Tuesday. Resources: Justine's website: https://www.justinemarjan.com/ Follow Justine on TikTok and Instagram: @justinemarjan Follow us on Instagram: @confidentcollective Follow the Hosts/Founders: @kristinazias & @raeannlangas Learn more: https://www.theconfidentcollective.com/ Stay in the know with our newsletter!
In today's episode, we covered the topic of eating out and how it can support (or undermine) your fat loss goals. We discussed how to navigate eating out and how your restaurant habits may change depending on the stage of your nutrition and fat loss journey you're currently in. Plus, we covered some tips and mindset changes you can make to enjoy your social life while still achieving your fat loss goals. The Cliff Notes The cost of getting lean and what price are you willing to pay? Can you eat out if you're trying to lose weight? Restaurant habits going from lean to very lean Restaurant habits when you're at a high body fat percentage and looking to lose weight Balancing goals and social life Problems with the "cheat day" mentality Tips for making healthier choices eating out Using a hunger/fullness scale Do you need to track when you eat out? TO CONNECT WITH ME On Instagram: www.instagram.com/andresayesta On TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/tLLoyS/ On Youtube www.youtube.com/c/andresayesta Podcast IG page: www.instagram.com/planos_nutrition On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/planosnutrition Our Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1934943366627043/?ref=bookmarks FREE RESOURCES To download my Macro Counting Guide https://www.planos-nutrition.com/macrocountingfreeguide To download my Macro friendly meal planning guide https://www.planos-nutrition.com/mealprepfreebie TO JOIN OUR PRIVATE FACEBOOK COMMUNITY Planos Nutrition Club - https://www.facebook.com/groups/planosnutritionclub FOR NUTRITION COACHING Apply here at https://planosnutrition.com/application
Which kind of wisdom will people need to master to overcome major negative societal and/or psychological changes after the pandemic? Igor and Charles share and discuss responses from 57 of the world's leading behavioral and social scientists, collected as part of the World After Covid (https://worldaftercovid.info/) project. Each episode, four responses are selected. This time, the conversation covers themes of social support, sympathy & compassion, acknowledging uncertainty, and balancing diverse interests in the midst of the pandemic. Igor points out that humanity has a greater capacity for accepting and managing uncertainty than we might realize, and Charles is intrigued by the often-overlooked benefits of interactions with strangers. Featuring: Katie McLaughlin (https://psychology.fas.harvard.edu/people/kate-mclaughlin), John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Social Sciences at Harvard University Barbara Fredrickson (https://www.authentichappiness.sas.upenn.edu/faculty-profile/barbara-l-fredrickson-phd), Kenan Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Dilip Jeste (https://profiles.ucsd.edu/dilip.jeste), Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry and Neurosciences at University of California, San Diego Valerie Tiberius (http://www.valerietiberius.com/), Paul W. Frenzel Chair in Liberal Arts and Professor of Philosophy at the University of Minnesota
Germantown native, AyeshiA Smith, is both CEO and Fashion Designer of the next big global brand, AyeshiA, an all-inclusive luxury women's wear brand designed for women who appreciate timeless custom made pieces that creates confidence. AyeshiA's passion for fashion started at the age of five when she would often frequent Hancock Fabrics with her mom. At the age of thriteen she started sewing and repurposing denim jeans into designer handbags and selling them at her high school. Since then, she launched her business in January 2013 and the rest is history. She has showcased her line in several fashion shows across the country including LA Fashion Week and next up she will be showcasing her newest collection, “Memphis” at New York Fashion Week this September 11th and 12th. Balancing being the boss of her brand and a fulltime mom to her two kids is challenging, but so rewarding. AyeshiA has upcoming showcases in both New York and California in 2022. Be on the lookout for more to come with vibrant and timeless brand, AyeshiA.
Jesse Showalter, a Full Stack Developer, sought-after mentor, and content creator, answers that question in this episode. In his view, any day that he's able to genuinely be himself, is a good day. He values integrity as a content creator and is on a mission to help every creative make an impact in the world by genuinely helping them and adding value to their lives.Jesse offers online courses and a wide array of resources to help creatives soar in their career.We talk about:● His beginnings as a creative professional● Why he decided to relocate from Hawaii to Texas● The principle of learning by teaching and how he created content he would have wanted to see when he was starting out● Balancing client work, offering consultations, and creating his own content● The importance of time management and how he plans his life away● Learning how to outsource in order to be more productive and efficient● His approach to content marketing on YouTube, trying different things, and how to practice consistency and authenticity● How his brand ecosystem grew by simply giving value and not asking for anything in return for the first three years● Protecting his personal integrity when accepting affiliate marketing offers● How he carves out his authenticity on social media and what holds him back● Utilizing email marketing even as a creative who doesn't enjoy writing as much● How he goes about his annual goal-setting and what BAGS are (Big Audacious Goal-Setting)● His own struggles and why he believes we fail people when we don't show both sides of the coin● The number on his board, his goal every single day, and what's on the horizon for him● His personal mantra taken from his favorite bible verse on considering others and putting the time in to make people's lives easier Mentioned in this episode:Notion Project Management: https://www.notion.so/ To connect with Jesse, head on over to his channels:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Iamjesseshowalter/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamjesseshow/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/iamjesseshow/ Website: https://learn.jesseshowalter.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/JesseShowalter/ Thanks for listening! If you enjoyed this episode of the podcast, head on over to the following links for more of my work and some valuable resources to get you started on your own branding initiatives. Until the next episode!VISIT MY WEBSITE:http://www.philipvandusen.com JOIN THE BRAND•MUSE NEWSLETTER: http://www.philipvandusen.com/muse JOIN THE BRAND DESIGN MASTERS FACEBOOK GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/groups/branddesignmasters/SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL:http://www.youtube.com/c/PhilipVanDusen FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER:https://twitter.com/philipvandusen FOLLOW ME ON PINTEREST:https://www.pinterest.com/philipvandusen LIKE MY AGENCY ON FACEBOOK:https://www.facebook.com/verhaalbranddesignBring Your Own Laptop - Adobe Training with Daniel Scotthttps://www.byol.me/philip InVideohttps://bdmpodcast.com/invideoDiscount Code: “PHILIP50”Tubebuddyhttps://wwwtubebuddy.com/philipvandusen ____________________________The Brand Design Masters Podcast is targeted to entrepreneurs, designers, creative professionals and anyone interested in brand strategy, business planning, graphic design, personal branding, trends and marketing.Philip VanDusen is the owner of Verhaal Brand Design, a brand strategy and design agency based in New Jersey. Philip is a highly accomplished creative executive and expert in brand strategy, graphic design, marketing and creative management. Philip provides design, branding, marketing, career and business advice to creative professionals, entrepreneurs and companies on how to build successful brands for themselves and for the clients and customers they serve.
If you are struggling with the busyness of life, if your time is unbalanced and it feels like you have no space for new things to do, then you need this kind of episode. It can enlighten your mind and your heart that there is magic in your empty space moment. Tune in as we dive deep into this interesting episode that can help you recognize the power and magic that happen in the space of emptiness. Key Takeaway: What is your meant for more moment that can be shared with Charity Knowing that there is magic in the empty space Acknowledging a clear vision that God is revealing in the empty spaces Setting a boundary around saying yes for your extra space of time Balancing of getting a higher perspective or taking the step back from time to time to remember what we are doing and why we are doing it Planning space for the end of this year and for the next year 2022 What magic happens in the world that can touch the heart of the individual What is the encouragement of Charity about creating space for yourself Links: ------------ If you want to share your story on the "Meant For More Podcast," text the word "MOMENT" to 833-231-8098 to submit your story and have Charity read it on the podcast and give you a shoutout! Be sure to visit my website at CharityMajors.com And come hang out with me on social media - @CharityMajors on Instagram and Charity Majors on Facebook. https://www.instagram.com/charitymajors/ https://www.facebook.com/CharityMajorsFanPage/ Join my FREE FB Group: http://www.charitymajors.com/meantformoretribe I look forward to connecting with you! xoxo - Charity Terms & Conditions ----------------------------------------------------- ***If you are feeling STRESSED and are struggling with anxiety, please download Charity's FREE "Reduce Stress Guided Meditation" - http://charitymajors.com/reducestress ***If you desire to place your identity on a firm foundation, grab Charity's "DevoDeck" - a deck of devotional cards, rooted in the identity of who and whose you are. Go to http://devodeck.com/ Grab your copy of my book (and #1 New Release), "Meant For More; Igniting Your Purpose In a World That Tries to Dim Your Light... go to http://book.wearemeantformore.com/ today! ==============================
Balancing work and life is a tough juggling act for most any actor or artist. But adding another person, a relationship, to the equation can be even more difficult to maintain. And actors as a whole aren't known for the longevity of their relationships. But that doesn't mean it's impossible. Brad Oscar and Diego Prieto are actors and husbands who have learned their own lessons in both working and living as a couple. Brad has appeared in nine Broadway shows and is a Tony-nominee for his performances in The Producers and Something Rotten. Diego has performed at some of the biggest regional theaters and is also an actor with one of my favorite organizations, Only Make Believe, bringing interactive theater into children's hospitals and care facilities. These two talented gentlemen remind us that just like our acting careers, being in a relationship isn't about perfection. It's about persistence through the ups and downs. We talk about they met, what they've learned living and working together, and how they support each other emotionally and creatively. Topics covered and mentioned: 9 Reasons Why Dating Actors is a Bad Idea by Dr. Ali Binazir "Two Lost Souls" from Damn Yankees, sung by Brad and Diego Checking in with Brad Oscar from Mrs. Doubtfire Brad & Diego's wedding at Arena Stage "A Musical" Karaoke Track from Something Rotten Sign up for the monthly WINMI Newsletter. Support WINMI and get access to Members-Only Episodes on Supercast. Check out Artist Resources and follow WINMI on Instagram or Twitter. ---------- Why I'll Never Make It is a Top 25 Theater Podcast on Feedspot, and is also a part of Helium Radio Network and a member of the Broadway Makers Alliance. Music in the episode by Chad Crouch (Podington Bear) is used under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Can you imagine it being your wedding day, you're in your wedding dress, the phone rings, you see it's your business line, and you still pick it up because you don't want to miss an important call? On your wedding day?! This actually happened to my guest this week, Stacy Tuschl, who is author of the book The Implementation Code, host of the podcast Foot Traffic Formula, and CEO of a multi-million dollar business. After her wedding day, she realized that something needed to shift...she started delegated work, figuring out her highest priority of the moment, and created the balance to do it all, but on her terms. And now, she is coaching others in how to do the same. So, if you've ever seen someone who is successful, with a thriving business, a healthy relationship, having quality time with their kids and isn't seeming to be exhausted and overwhelmed all the time, and wondered not only, how do they do it all, but how can I, then this episode is for you! To learn more about Stacy: Stacy Tuschl started her own business at the age of 18 in her parents' backyard and turned that company into a multi-million dollar business she still runs today. Stacy is a bestselling author, and founder of the Foot Traffic Formula - helping small businesses around the world get more customers in the door. The Foot Traffic Podcast now has over 1 million downloads and is frequently on the top 30 of all marketing on iTunes where she's interviewed guests like Suze Orman. Stacy was named the 2019 Wisconsin Small Business Person of the Year by the United States Small Business Administration. Get a free copy of her book here: https://stacytuschl.clickfunnels.com/implementation-code-free-book4129830 Follow Stacy on social media: https://stacytuschl.com/podcast/ https://stacytuschl.com/ https://www.facebook.com/stacytuschl http://www.instagram.com/stacytuschl http://www.linkedin.com/stacytuschl http://www.pinterest.com/stacytuschl
Many factor investors tend to use similar approaches. You will typically see some value and momentum in their strategies. You will also likely see some quality, and maybe even some low volatility. Our guest this week has a more unique approach that is both more granular and dynamic than the typical factor approach and utilizes many unique factors outside of those traditionally used by factor investors. We speak to Harin de Silva, Portfolio Manager of the Analytic Investors team at Wells Fargo. We discuss his unique approach to multi-factor investing that focuses on both return and risk. We also discuss some of the major issues facing factor investors today, including the future of factors and the recent struggles of value investing. We hope you enjoy the discussion. ABOUT THE PODCAST Excess Returns is an investing podcast hosted by Jack Forehand (@practicalquant) and Justin Carbonneau (@jjcarbonneau), partners at Validea. Justin and Jack discuss a wide range of investing topics including factor investing, value investing, momentum investing, multi-factor investing, trend following, market valuation and more with the goal of helping those who watch and listen become better long term investors. SEE LATEST EPISODES https://www.validea.com/excess-returns-podcast FIND OUT MORE ABOUT VALIDEA https://www.validea.com FOLLOW OUR BLOG https://blog.validea.com FIND OUT MORE ABOUT VALIDEA CAPITAL https://www.valideacapital.com FOLLOW JACK Twitter: https://twitter.com/practicalquant LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jack-forehand-8015094 FOLLOW JUSTIN Twitter: https://twitter.com/jjcarbonneau LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jcarbonneau
In this time of pandemic, almost everybody is going into e-commerce. It's a huge shift pushing everybody to online purchasing. But then, the logistics is still kind of old-fashioned and it's really time to catch up to the demands. In this episode, we visited the office of Forest Shipping here in Shenzhen, China and talked to Forest Zhang and Diane ... Read More The post Balancing Logistics In Challenging Times: China, USA, Europe with Forest Shipping appeared first on Global From Asia.
This week we dive into profile balancing. We'll discuss exactly what profile balancing means, and how important it is for overall aesthetics. G-berto walks us through his assessment approach as well as how to address some common areas of concern. Join us on the journey of a side of facial aesthetics not many see.
Mackenzie Porter was the first female to have three back to back number #1's at Canadian Country radio since Shania Twain and was the #1 Most Played Canadian Country Artist of 2020. As an actress, She starred in all three seasons of the sci-fi thriller Travelers on Netflix. She and Bobby talk about how it's been for her to go from her fame in Canada to releasing music in the US. Bobby and Macenzie talk about how she found out she was going to be on Dustin Lynch's duet after he followed her on Instagram. She also talks about how she once auditioned for Schitt's Creek and what it was like working with Eric McCormack (Will & Grace) on their Netflix show. Follow: @mackenziepmusic Follow the podcast: @TheBobbyCast Watch this Episode on Youtube Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
This week's guest is former D1 Athlete, Victoria Garrick. Victoria is known for her mental health advocacy on Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, and her Ted Talk where she shares her insight on student-athlete mental health, body image, intuitive eating, and being real! Victoria's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/victoriagarrick/ (https://www.instagram.com/victoriagarrick/ ) Victoria's TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@victoriagarrick4 (https://www.tiktok.com/@victoriagarrick4) RealPod: https://open.spotify.com/show/0RFZBETSom9yZQbkv1ZIYO (https://open.spotify.com/show/0RFZBETSom9yZQbkv1ZIYO) Victoria's Website: https://www.victoriagarrick.com/ (https://www.victoriagarrick.com/) This week's DBT Skill is IMPROVE, learn more https://dbt.tools/distress_tolerance/improve.php (here). Victoria and I dive into the following topics... + What performance anxiety looks and feels like + How student-athletes can prioritize their mental health and their sport + Navigating moving to college, pursuing academics and a sport as an 18-year-old + The importance of overcoming mental health stigma to access resources if you need them + Balancing your mental health while also honoring your commitment to your team + How Victoria went from struggling with binge eating to having a healthy, intuitive relationship with food Mentioned in this week's episode... + Intuitive Eating by Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch: https://amzn.to/3uHs1jR (https://amzn.to/3uHs1jR) + Breaking Free from Emotional Eating by Geneen Roth: https://amzn.to/3mdeBrS (https://amzn.to/3mdeBrS) + The Intuitive Eating Workbook by Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch: https://amzn.to/3l2xUVy (https://amzn.to/3l2xUVy) + The Intuitive Eating Workbook FOR TEENS by Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch: https://amzn.to/3oATmTE (https://amzn.to/3oATmTE) SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOC (https://amzn.to/3A69GOC) Episode Sponsors
“Understanding your point of differentiation is key.” @HectorIanG #DTCPOD“If you're going to be serving in a large market, hundreds of thousands people are going to be eating your product or drinking your product so you want to make sure that it's as safe as it could possibly be.” @HectorIanG #DTCPOD“You have to be putting a product out there and engaging and thinking about what it takes to take it to the next level at the same time .” @HectorIanG #DTCPOD“Food items act differently in different environments and situations, so you need to be mindful of those variables.” @HectorIanG #DTCPOD“You can go far in a business with one product if you really focus on on delivering an amazing experience” @HectorIanG #DTCPODWe Speak About:[01:01] Hector introduces himself and JOI [02:21] How JOI became a business opportunity[05:05] What to be aware of when working with CPG[07:26] The transition from tabletop to manufacturing at scale [11:19] Elements to consider when scaling [14:13] Characteristics to look for in fulfillment partnership [18:38] Defining internal and external fulfillment [22:08] Balancing the bundles [25:12] How to continue innovating the product line[28:41] Challenges faced as a CEO and advice to other CEO's[31:35] What's next for JOI and where to find Hector onlineHow to go from your kitchen to manufacturing at scaleHector Gutierrez, CEO of JOI, joins the POD to give some insight on manufacturing and operations for JOI.JOI is a brand that specializes in plant milk concentrates.Hector recognized that there was a growing demand for clean, healthy, and sustainable eating, and he helped to develop a label that accommodated this need.A common approach taken when creating products for consumption is to start in the kitchen, and Hector discusses there successful strategy from taking the brand from tabletop to mass selling.Hector recognizes that products are bound to change when the environment in which they are created changes, and accommodating for this the best you can is an essential factor for sustainable growth.Growing your product requires talking to customersJOI stands out as an eCommerce brand company for its versatile, clean, and sustainable plant-based products.The brand has experienced continuous sustained growth by listening to their customers and being open to change as demand grows.Hector takes a strategic approach to achieving successful growth considering what can be done by the brand before deciding what needs to be done by a fulfillment partner. The brand has fostered further growth by innovating the product line and understanding how to accommodate all the factors of nation wide shipping.Hector recommends taking the time to look at every aspect of the brand to determine if you are going in the right direction.Stay tuned as Hector discusses how JOI went from tabletop to mass selling, and the operational procedures that got him there.If you'd like to learn more about Trend and our influencer marketing platform for influencers and brands visit trend.io. You can also follow us for tips on growing your following and running successful campaigns on Instagram and LinkedIn.Mentioned Links:JOI's website: https://addjoi.com/Hector Gutierrez's twitter: https://twitter.com/HectorIanG
Orlando Bolaños talks with the Creativity department about Social Engagement Practice, how our art rooms are mirroring the diversity of our students, and how Culturally Relevant Pedagogy can be used to achieve teaching goals. Orlando goes into detail about how a student's own identity can be used to develop strong student-teacher relationships and advocate for growth in the art room.
Ali a badass CEO who co-founded Oat Haus, the first oat-based spread on the market. But that's not all - she's also an advocate for body positivity and openly shares her battle with orthorexia to help others struggling with their relationship with food to feel less alone. We talk about Ali's entrepreneurship journey, the ups, the downs, and some pretty funny stories in between. She shares her passion for influencer marketing and has some great tips for others exploring this space. Ali also shares the tools and resources that help her with her eating disorder recovery to this day. Lastly, we talk about her Hashimoto's diagnosis and how she is managing the disease with a balance of medication and a holistic lifestyle. I loved this conversation and appreciate how open Ali is about her life, both the incredible parts and the parts that no one else seems to talk about. I hope you enjoy our chat and I hope it brings some beauty to your day! Highlights 11:39 The pros and cons of running your own business 23:31 Being an entrepreneur in the wellness industry 36:36 Ali's health journey and battle with orthorexia 49:56 Ali's Hashimoto's diagnosis and journey 54:10 Balancing a holistic lifestyle with medication as needed Guest: Ali Bonar Resources We Mention: Oat.haus @alibonar on Instagram @oat.haus on Instagram Alicast - Ali's Podcast @balancebymolly on Instagram Brain over Binge Podcast Related Episodes: Podcast 059: Behind the Scenes with The Defined Dish: Writing Cookbooks, Building a Community, and Wellness As A Journey with Alex Snodgrass Podcast 051: Life After Chronic Illness: Lyme, Psychedelics and Bee Venom Therapy with Holly Owens (@Wellthybelly) Podcast 044: Signs from the Universe, Relationship Realness, and Daily Practices for Health with Organic Olivia Health Resources Healing Hashimoto's Course Thyroid Lab Guide + Tracker (free) Recommended Non-Toxic Products Connect With Carly: CarlyJohnsonBrawner.com Instagram: @carlyjohnsonbrawner Sponsors: Organifi (Use code Carly for 20% off) Complete Show Notes Here
Kevin Thrasher is a producer, mixer, and songwriter. He's also a guitarist in Escape the Fate. On this episode: 2:18 - Getting into production and being hired by Travis Barker 18:08 - How Kevin worked up to bigger bands 23:18 - Jam sessions with Travis Barker 45:12 - Balancing the big picture with taking things step-by-step 59:25 - Getting to a high level without being in a big band Follow Kevin Thrasher on Instagram and Twitter. Want to level up your audio game? Sign up for URM. When you sign up, you'll get access to: Insanely detailed audio production tutorials One-on-one feedback Multi-track sessions from some of the biggest names in rock and metal Be sure to follow URM on Instagram and Facebook. Follow Eyal Levi on Instagram. Like this show? Please leave us a 5-star review - even one sentence helps! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Choosing film or business as a career can be challenging — marrying the two? A different kind of challenge altogether. To be successful at both requires equal enthusiasm, time management, and an eye for the right kind of opportunities. Fueled by inspirational parents and a drive to invest in early state companies, our guest Patrick Schwarzenegger , Strategic Investor & Advisor, joins the show to discuss his successes, strategies, and plans for the future. In this episode, we discuss: Patrick's upbringing Entrepreneurial & film aspirations Sharing advice with the audience For more interviews like this one, subscribe to HawkeTalk on Apple Podcasts , Spotify , or wherever you listen to podcasts! Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Hawke Talk in your favorite podcast player.
Ali a badass CEO who co-founded Oat Haus, the first oat-based spread on the market. But that's not all - she's also an advocate for body positivity and openly shares her battle with orthorexia to help others struggling with their relationship with food to feel less alone. We talk about Ali's entrepreneurship journey, the ups, the downs, and some pretty funny stories in between. She shares her passion for influencer marketing and has some great tips for others exploring this space. Ali also shares the tools and resources that help her with her eating disorder recovery to this day. Lastly, we talk about her Hashimoto's diagnosis and how she is managing the disease with a balance of medication and a holistic lifestyle. I loved this conversation and appreciate how open Ali is about her life, both the incredible parts and the parts that no one else seems to talk about. I hope you enjoy our chat and I hope it brings some beauty to your day! Highlights 11:39 The pros and cons of running your own business 23:31 Being an entrepreneur in the wellness industry 36:36 Ali's health journey and battle with orthorexia 49:56 Ali's Hashimoto's diagnosis and journey 54:10 Balancing a holistic lifestyle with medication as needed Guest: Ali Bonar Resources We Mention: Oat.haus @alibonar on Instagram @oat.haus on Instagram Alicast - Ali's Podcast @balancebymolly on Instagram Brain over Binge Podcast Related Episodes: Health Resources Healing Hashimoto's Course Thyroid Lab Guide + Tracker (free) Recommended Non-Toxic Products Connect With Carly: CarlyJohnsonBrawner.com Instagram: @carlyjohnsonbrawner Sponsors: Organifi (Use code Carly for 20% off) Complete Show Notes Here
Vanessa Simmons is a powerhouse in the worlds of fashion, beauty, entertainment, and entrepreneurship —she's also a full-time mom. Zuri chats with the mompreneur about the difficult task of juggling motherhood, business, and self-care. Zuri and Vanessa break down the behind-the-scenes details of running an empire, while being a hands-on and intentional mother. Vanessa talks about creating a name for herself at an early age — despite being the daughter of hip hop royalty, Joseph Simmons (of RUN DMC fame). Vanessa is the embodiment of an Alpha Babe, and she's here to spill her secrets about coming face to face with imposter syndrome; implementing routines and regiments; and all things entrepreneurship as a highly successful mommy boss! Follow Zuri Hall | Vanessa Simmons A Closer Look at the Episode: [2:24] Rapid fire round with Vanessa Simmons [5:52] The hard work behind Vanessa's career and how she created a name for herself [7:50] Vanessa's 15 years of serial entrepreneurship [10:05] Balancing career and motherhood as a new mom [12:22] Navigating the emotions of going back to work as a new mom [13:53] The nitty-gritty of motherhood: implementing routines and regiments [15:11] How Vanessa practices mindfulness [17:32] Vanessa's experience with imposter syndrome [19:01] Vanessa's advice on outsourcing and how to be an intentional, hands-on mother and entrepreneur [20:39] Balancing motherhood and self-care [23:49] Raising a daughter, being a mother, and navigating social media [26:07] The most complicated thing about motherhood [27:35] Vanessa's top resources for navigating motherhood [28:14] Vanessa's tips for co-parenting [29:50] What's coming down the pipeline for Vanessa Recent episodes: if ya feel like bingeing: ICYMI: Listen to 42: Transitioning Your Kids Back to In-Person Learning with Jennifer Lemaitre ICYMI: Listen to 41: Let's Chat about the Real P-Word, Periods with Janelle King and Shanicia Boswell ICYMI: Listen to 40: Got Peace? The Six Types of Boundaries That Will Help You Reclaim Yourself with Nedra Glover Tawwab Go back to the beginning --- ICYMI: Listen to Episode 1: How to Be Happy Share this episode with a friend NOW + let us know your favorite part of the convo: @ZuriHall and @HotHappyMess Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com