Terrance "ThaGawdShow" Davis is an improv & stand up Comedian here in Columbus, OH. This week I chat limiting beliefs and breaking through those personal roadblocks with my hilarious friend Terrance Davis. While Terrance and I are no strangers to podcasting together, as he's been a reocurring guest on my improv comedy show 'Whose Life is it Anyway?', we had never gotten to sit down and get to know one another sans-making everything up. As we dive into all things Terrance we cover how he got into the world of comedy, what drew him to improv, unknowingly getting signed up for his first open mic (and doing it still), what the growing comedy scene is like in Columbus, learning to get past personal roadblocks, realizing the barrier of entry for dreams is a lot lower than we think, and a ton more in what is a VERY fun conversation. This is a great one! Follow Terrance @ThaGawdShow --------------------- THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY: PromoWest Productions - @promowestlive For all upcoming show & event info visit their site above & to purchase tickets directly visit AXS.com River & Rich - @riverandrich At River & Rich, you'll find yourself living the colorful life. River & Rich brings together quality apartments, desirable amenities, and a vibrant artistic community. They offer guided and self-guided tours, so come view an apartment anytime. Visit their website at riverandrichcolumbus.com Midwest Photo - @mpex_photo_video Midwest Photo is a photo, video & audio store located in Columbus, OH offering tons of services from gear purchases & rentals, used gear buy & sell, printing services, film development and simply a knowledgable staff ready to help you with your photo needs at any time! Go check them out or visit mpex.com for more information.
In this installment of the Truth Seeker Series ORRA The Informationalist presents: “Breaking Through the Barrier of Limited Understanding”. People have a limited understanding of the world due to the limited amount of information they can access. Most people are limited to what they read, experience, and know, and as a result, they often have a low level of understanding about the world. This lack of knowledge can lead to a distorted view of life, as people often rely on half-truths and lies to make sense of the world. This distorted view can lead to arrogance, as people may think they know more than they do. This arrogance can become a person's worst enemy, as it can lead them to make decisions and take actions that are not in their best interest. In addition, people's limited understanding of the world can lead to a lack of empathy for others. People may not understand the struggles and hardships that others face, and as a result, they may not be as supportive or understanding as they should be. This lack of understanding can lead to a lack of compassion and can make it difficult for people to connect with one another. Ultimately, people's limited understanding of the world can lead to many negative consequences, both for the individual and for society as a whole.Welcome to the Network of Awareness Podcast Radio Show! Follow us at : https://networkofawareness.com/Want to create live streams like this? Check out StreamYard: https://streamyard.com/pal/d/6345825287143424We're grateful for your support and are working diligently to provide our listeners with valuable information, that can assist in developing a greater sense of Social & Self Awareness in our ever-changing Societies & Cultures. If you would like to donate and support our show please choose one of the links below: https://cash.app/$NetworkofAwareness https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/networkofawareness?country.x=US&locale.x=en_US NOA Social Media Links:https://www.spreaker.com/show/network-of-awareness https://twitter.com/orra_noa https://www.youtube.com/@ORRA_THE_INFORMATIONALIST https://www.instagram.com/networkofawareness.com1/ https://www.tiktok.com/@orra_informationalist https://www.facebook.com/networkofawareness.com1/ https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100090538384661 All praises to our creator the Most High which inspires the very best in us! "When you live in the present, there's always an opportunity for a new beginning." - ORRA
Ever felt the pressure to prove yourself in a new role or venture? Join Shannon Waller in the latest episode of The Team Success Podcast as she uncovers the hidden downsides of the “proving game” in business. Through a revealing coaching dialogue, Shannon explores the impact of seeking validation and highlights the unexpected barriers it presents to effective teamwork. Discover actionable insights and strategies that empower entrepreneurs to cultivate genuine success and authentic leadership within their teams. If you're ready to challenge conventional thinking and unleash the true potential of your business, this episode is a must-listen! Download Episode Transcript
We welcome back Sarah Cain, known as The Crusader Gal to discuss her latest article in Crisis Magazine on the toxic error of self-hatred. Why must we learn to live as loved sinners, and what happens when we get this wrong? Father finishes with Timely Thoughts. Show Notes Self-Hatred as a Barrier to One's Calling - Crisis Magazine Lent: Sin Can Kill You; Shame Doesn't Have To The Living-Death of Crippling Shame Should You Recall Past Sins? – Padre Peregrino Read Fr. McTeigue's Written Works! Listen to Fr. McTeigue's Preaching! | Herald of the Gospel Sermons Podcast on Spotify Visit Fr. McTeigue's Website | Herald of the Gospel Questions? Comments? Feedback? Ask Father!
In this podcast episode, Ash and Cam discuss the concept of being stuck at the second barrier in ADHD-action, focusing on the three barriers: awareness, action, and new learning. They continue to explore how these barriers overlap with coaching stages. The main discussion centers around three common states of being stuck: overwhelm, fear, and burnout. The hosts share insights into how to navigate each state, emphasizing the importance of self-care, breaking tasks into manageable steps, and addressing fear through developing accurate feedback loops and separating emotions from activities. The overall message is that being stuck is not a personal failing but a part of ADHD, and finding alternative ways to take action is possible . The hosts encourage curiosity and support to open doors to new approaches. Episode links + resources: Join the Community | Become a Patron Our Process: Understand, Own, Translate. About Cam and Asher For more of the Translating ADHD podcast: Episode Transcripts: visit TranslatingADHD.com and click on the episode Follow us on Twitter: @TranslatingADHD Visit the Website: TranslatingADHD.com
Let's bring attention to the nourishment barrier, women! I speculate that this is impacting all women, and addressing it could mean more embodiment, more satisfaction, better digestion, better relationships, and more receptivity. Do you have a nourishment barrier? Some questions to ask yourself: + Do you have trouble digesting food or have IBS? + Do you resist asking for help? + Do you have a tendency to pretend things are better than they are? + Do you feel spikes of energy as though you have big highs and lows? + Do you work very hard but not see the results you want to see? + Do you have trouble slowing down and really resting? In this episode: + Learn about the Sensitivity Cycle from Hakomi therapy + Learn about Sarah's multidimensional approach to healing the nourishment barrier + Activate your Sacred Remembrance of areas of your life that want deeper nourishment + Hear how feminine receptivity can be improved by healing the nourishment barrier + Hear about the connection between eros and nourishment Listen and share the episode here: https://www.sarahpoet.com/podcast Join the Sacred Remembering Community here: https://sacred-remembering-community.mn.co/ Apply to work 1:1 with Sarah here: https://www.sarahpoet.com/privatementorships #embodiedbreath #sacredremembering #nourishment #femininenourishment #nourishmentbarrier #consumption #satisfaction #feminine #embodiment #selflove #podcastforwomen #sacredfeminine #feminineenergy #hakomi
In episode, we delve into the common challenge of setting new year's resolutions and subsequently abandoning them shortly after. This often stems from the obstacle of not having the desire to put in the necessary effort or make the required changes. I shed light on the resistance and obstacles we encounter in various aspects of our lives, ranging from mundane tasks to substantial responsibilities like paying taxes. I lay emphasis on the importance of making choices based on our genuine desires, even if it entails exerting effort and making sacrifices. Life consists of a series of choices, and conquering the "I don't want to" mentality is pivotal for personal growth and success. The easiness of the path we choose often stems from our unwillingness to endure the discomfort associated with doing things we don't want to do. Reflecting on a blogging prompt, I realized that I consistently try to skip certain parts of my routine. I don't want to wake up early and exercise or engage in activities that take me out of my comfort zone. However, if I truly aspire to make changes in my life, I must rise above these desires. One effective way to tackle this is by having a clear vision of what I want to achieve. In my case, it involves building a prosperous coaching practice and leading life-changing trips for men. However, I cannot accomplish these goals if I settle for a meager income. I highlight the irony of complaining about wealthy individuals, as they provide opportunities for others. Stepping out of my comfort zone, I outline a specific vision for my future, including the house I intend to construct and the land I aspire to possess. Although this vision may evolve along the way, I presently possess a plan and a willingness to embrace failure as an integral part of the process. Despite attempting different approaches such as advertising and sales, they didn't yield desired results because I didn't have the inclination to pursue them in the first place. Moving on, we delve into the significance of honing selling skills and finding effective strategies to overcome obstacles. One suggestion is cultivating an accountability partnership to maintain motivation and stay on track. We underline the importance of examining the resistance we experience towards certain tasks and goals and assessing whether they align with our values and personality traits. Additionally, delegating tasks that fall outside our expertise or aren't worth our time is crucial. Appreciating the value of our time aids in prioritizing tasks efficiently. Shifting focus, we discuss the concept of our different zones. Initially, we address the issue of spending money on tasks that we could delegate to others. Instead of investing in expensive equipment, hiring technicians proficient in efficiently handling such tasks proves to be a cost-effective option. We then explore the idea of different zones within our work. The first is the zone of incompetence, where we falter with tasks that we lack skills in. The zone of competence follows, where we possess proficiency but not necessarily passion. Many find themselves operating within the zone of excellence, where they exhibit high levels of skill but still experience friction and burnout. Lastly, there is the zone of genius, where our true passion and calling reside. Identifying and delegating tasks according to our zones is paramount. Mindset plays a crucial role in overcoming obstacles and achieving success. By examining our thoughts and making subtle shifts in perspective, we can surmount challenges and unleash our full potential. Concluding the episode, I express immense gratitude for listeners and make an exciting announcement. I will be giving away five spots for a six-month coaching package completely free of charge! Yes, you heard it right, absolutely free. However, this opportunity necessitates time, effort, and a testimonial from participants at the end. This arrangement enables me to obtain testimonials while simultaneously providing value to individuals. It doesn't matter who you are or what aspect you want to work on, we will collaborate for six months, once a week, to tackle any challenges you face and set you on the path to success. Interested individuals can email me at email@example.com , with the subject line indicating their desire for the free coaching. We will then schedule a Zoom call to find a mutually convenient time. Keep in mind that these five spots are limited, so act swiftly! Future opportunities at reduced rates will be available, but don't wait for that. Lastly, I reassure listeners that they can reach out to me through social media or personal contacts with any questions they may have. With that, I bid them a fantastic and productive week ahead, urging them to confront any obstacles head-on. 00:00:00 New Year's Resolutions: Overcoming the "I Don't Want It" 00:01:07 Introduction: Helping Men Overcome Suffering and Play Small 00:02:36 Teaser: Big Announcement at the End of the Show 00:04:35 The Resistance in Our Lives and the Swamp of Ida 00:06:11 Choosing "I Don't Want" Because It's Easier 00:07:18 Overcoming "I Don't Want" to Make Changes in Life 00:09:31 Dreaming of Living Off the Land 00:11:04 Accountability and Finding Alignment with Yourself 00:17:35 The Costly Mistake of Misallocated Resources 00:19:08 Finding Your Zone of Genius 00:22:21 Setting up a console call to address the problem 00:23:51 Announcement: Giving away free coaching spots for testimonials 00:24:38 Offering Free Coaching for All, Regardless of Gender or Genre 00:26:01 Limited Time Offer: Discounts Decrease Over Time
Pride Is a Barrier Between You and God, but the Holy Spirit Cleans Your Mind and Heart by Providing “a no-pride solution” MESSAGE SUMMARY: Pride takes many forms, but pride always puts a barrier between you and God – especially in your prayer life. We are all sinners, and we only are only able to be saved from eternal death by God's mercy and Grace. Your prideful self-sufficiency will prevent you from entering God's throne room (The place of God's presence for His prayerful communion with you). You can come to God because of His mercy and gift of the Holy Spirit. As Paul tells us in Romans 8:26: “Likewise the Spirit helps us in our weakness. For we do not know what to pray for as we ought, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us with groanings too deep for words." Also, in Mark 7:20-23, Jesus provides His perspective regarding pride: “And he said, ‘What comes out of a person is what defiles him. For from within, out of the heart of man, come evil thoughts, sexual immorality, theft, murder, adultery, coveting, wickedness, deceit, sensuality, envy, slander, pride, foolishness. All these evil things come from within, and they defile a person.'”. It is so easy to begin a prayer when both your heart and your mind are cluttered with your life's stresses and the sinful thoughts and desires which you have permitted the enemy to leak into your being. Stop a moment and call upon the Holy Spirit (God's helping gift to Jesus Followers) to clean your mind and heart while walking with you and your prayer into the presence of God – a no-pride solution to your prayers. TODAY'S PRAYER: Abba Father, I admit that I am often afraid and embarrassed to openly tell you all that is going on inside me — even though I know you know it all anyway. Teach me what boldness in prayer looks like as I draw near your throne of grace. In Jesus' name, amen. Scazzero, Peter. Emotionally Healthy Spirituality Day by Day (p. 112). Zondervan. Kindle Edition. TODAY'S AFFIRMATION: Today, I affirm that, because I am in Jesus Christ, He will supply all my needs. (Philippians 4:19). “I can do everything through Him who gives me strength.”. (Philippians 4:14). SCRIPTURE REFERENCE (ESV): Romans 8:26-28; Mark 7:20-23; 1 John 2:15-17; Psalms 58:1-11. A WORD FROM THE LORD WEBSITE: www.AWFTL.org. THIS SUNDAY'S AUDIO SERMON: You can listen to Archbishop Beach's Current Sunday Sermon: “Turkeys and Eagles, Part 5: Following Jesus Changes Everything in Our Families”, at our Website: https://awordfromthelord.org/listen/ DONATE TO AWFTL: https://mygiving.secure.force.com/GXDonateNow?id=a0Ui000000DglsqEAB
Title: The Barrier-Free GospelText: Galatians 3:15–29Originally delivered on 19 November 2023 at Stonington Baptist Church, Paxinos, PAFor more content like this, visit www.graceupongrace.net This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.graceupongrace.net
Chris Griffin became an online sensation sharing heartfelt words of wisdom & speaking from his own experience as a 20 something year old. It struck a chord with over 600,000 people on TikTok & Instagram. But as always, there is more to the story... Chris & I shared a conversation about the identity crisis he experienced as a popular high school student that threw him full force into the world of business & entrepreneurship, co-founding his first company in the software industry at just 17 years of age. We discussed: - The failure he experienced early in business & what he learnt from it. - How naivety & youth can be used as a strength not weakness. - The pillars of personal fulfilment that remain in his focus for a successful life.- The importance of the company you keep & why you should have hard conversations with mates.- & much more. Be sure to follow Chris & I on socials: (Insta/TikTok) @bradleyjdryburgh insta: @morechrisgriffin TikTok: @chrissgriffin To book me for a keynote, check the link below:https://www.saxton.com.au/speakers/bradley-dryburgh Follow/Subscribe to the show on your platform of choice, leave a 5 star rating & kind review to help us reach new listeners & uplift others like yourself around the world & share the episode with a mate that would find it valuable. Big love, Brad xx
In this episode of Translating ADHD, Ash and Cam return to awareness, the first barrier of ADHD, and share a few examples of “You know you are here if..” They explore client scenarios that are a good indication of being stuck at the first barrier. Being at the first barrier is often exemplified by having some sense of a challenge but also not seeing all of the picture. ADHD makes it difficult to get to causation and nowhere is this more evident than the first barrier characterized by the first stage of change, pre-contemplation or “you don't know what you don't know”. There are many examples, but Cam and Ash share three in particular - where individuals coming to coaching may think they need only tactical support, view ADHD as a superpower, or perceive it as a curse. The hosts discuss each example and first steps to moving through the barrier to new awareness. The hosts not only emphasize the importance of gaining awareness, but also recognizing self-criticism and seeking support to navigate these challenges. Episode links + resources: Join the Community | Become a Patron Our Process: Understand, Own, Translate. About Cam and Asher For more of the Translating ADHD podcast: Episode Transcripts: visit TranslatingADHD.com and click on the episode Follow us on Twitter: @TranslatingADHD Visit the Website: TranslatingADHD.com
Did you ever realize how important it is to keep your SKIN BARRIER healthy? This week our four hosts are going to teach you how to do just that. They push past all the fads of skin care and show you what actually may be damaging your barrier. And how it's never too late to heal your skin barrier. **Disclaimer** Any articles or blogs mentioned in this episode can be found on our blog at faciallyconscious.com. Have another question? Send us an email today at firstname.lastname@example.org! LIKE, FOLLOW & REVIEW US ON YOUTUBE, INSTAGRAM, & WHERE YOU LISTEN TO PODCASTS! Visit our website faciallyconscious.com Join our new Substack for more content from Facially Conscious Follow Our Hosts On Instagram Trina Renea - Medically-trained master esthetician and celebrities' secret weapon @trinareneaskincare @facialbungalow Julie Falls- Our educated consumer who is here representing you! @juliefdotcom Dr. Vicki Rapaport -Board Certified dermatologist with practices in Beverly Hills and Culver City @rapaportdermatology Rebecca Gadberry - Our resident skincare scientist and regulatory and marketing expert. @rgadberry_skincareingredients Credits Produced and Recorded by The Field Audio thefieldaudio.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/faciallyconscious/support
Frances “Fannie” Barrier Williams (1855-1944) was a progressive activist who was part of the first wave of feminism in America. She co-founded the NAACP and fought hard for the rights of Black women, advocating for respect for their intellect and the right to vote. For Further Reading: Black Women's Suffrage - Fannie Barrier Williams The New Woman of Color by Fannie Barrier Williams First Wave Feminisms - Fannie Barrier Williams Iowa State University Archives of Women's Political Communication - Frances “Fannie” Barrier Williams This month, we're pulling back the curtain to reveal women overlooked in their own lifetimes or in our historical accounts of the eras in which they lived. We're talking about the activists, thinkers, leaders, artists, and innovators history has forgotten. History classes can get a bad rap, and sometimes for good reason. When we were students, we couldn't help wondering... where were all the ladies at? Why were so many incredible stories missing from the typical curriculum? Enter, Womanica. On this Wonder Media Network podcast we explore the lives of inspiring women in history you may not know about, but definitely should. Every weekday, listeners explore the trials, tragedies, and triumphs of groundbreaking women throughout history who have dramatically shaped the world around us. In each 5 minute episode, we'll dive into the story behind one woman listeners may or may not know–but definitely should. These diverse women from across space and time are grouped into easily accessible and engaging monthly themes like Educators, Villains, Indigenous Storytellers, Activists, and many more. Womanica is hosted by WMN co-founder and award-winning journalist Jenny Kaplan. The bite-sized episodes pack painstakingly researched content into fun, entertaining, and addictive daily adventures. Womanica was created by Liz Kaplan and Jenny Kaplan, executive produced by Jenny Kaplan, and produced by Grace Lynch, Maddy Foley, Brittany Martinez, Edie Allard, Lindsey Kratochwill, Adesuwa Agbonile, Carmen Borca-Carrillo, Taylor Williamson, Sara Schleede, Paloma Moreno Jimenez, and Abbey Delk. Special thanks to Shira Atkins. Original theme music composed by Miles Moran. Follow Wonder Media Network: Website Instagram Twitter See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Most of us have experienced the all-too-familiar gap between wanting to change something in our lives and actually doing it. In today's episode, returning guest Alison Heilig breaks down the most common barriers to behaviour change with host Rachel. Alison shares how behaviour change is not about self-control or lack of, and is instead a set of learnable skills. We discuss the importance of setting realistic expectations and explain why habit initiation is more important than habit completion. Listen in to learn how to turn a fixed mindset into a growth mindset, and how to create systems to support your goals for lasting change. Show Notes: Motivating people with a different approach to change or challenge [2:57] Barrier #1 to follow-through: is it really lack of self-control? [7:19] Recognizing a fixed mindset [11:20] Discerning between fixed mindset and acceptance [14:55] Growth mindset eases perceived time pressure [18:00] Where can yoga teachers intervene with a fixed mindset [20:28] Emphasizing effort over outcome to empower students [25:21] Barrier #2 to follow through: Behaviour change skills [28:32] How your “future self” helps you learn to tolerate discomfort [31:49] Just get started: how habit initiation is more important than completion [38:06] Managing overwhelm with intentional prioritization [41:49] Barrier #3 to follow through: No system [46:44] Barrier #4 to follow through: Unsupportive environment [52:35] Barrier #4 to follow through: Unrealistic expectations [1:02:30] Final takeaways [1:10:04] Links Mentioned: Watch this episode on YouTube Yoga Medicine Podcast Episode 32: Harness Your Potential, Yoga for Athletes Yoga for Athletes Teacher Training Connect with Alison Heilig: Facebook | Instagram | Alison Heilig | Yoga Medicine Online Guest Teacher You can learn more about this episode, and see the full show notes at YogaMedicine.com/podcast-96. And you can find out more about insider tips, online classes or information on our teacher trainings at YogaMedicine.com. To support our work, please leave us a 5 star review with your feedback on iTunes/Apple Podcasts.
Connor Pugs tells a Storytime about a GEN ALPHA KID BREAKS THE CRINGE BARRIER (Full Movie). This cringey kid is in Gen Alpha Gen Z who thinks Skibidi Toilet is funny and he has Skibidi Rizz and Ohio Grimace Shake jokes are funny so try not to laugh at this funny and hilarious and fun story time Today we have another funny Storytime, in the same way Scrubby aka Scrubs and Luna tell their stories over gameplay. If you enjoyed the video I would really appreciate taking a second to press the like button and comment down below and if you like content like this subscribe with notifications on! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/connor-pugs/support
For a membership software that is built for growth and keeping the profit in the practice's hands, learn more about Dr. Chris Phelps' excellent Dental Membership Direct plans at: https://thedentalmarketer.lpages.co/dental-membership-direct/In this week's Monday Morning Marketing episode, we welcome back a familiar face, Dr. Chris Phelps, the visionary founder of Dental Membership Direct. Join us as we delve into the intricacies of Membership Plans and explore innovative strategies to enhance their performance, particularly through the powerful tool of local live events. Dr. Phelps guides us through understanding the mindset of potential patients grappling with the "I don't have insurance, so I can't go to the dentist" dilemma. Discover how to open doors to hosting impactful live events that effectively promote your membership plan, and learn the art of attracting more members through engaging educational experiences. From crafting compelling brochures for your live events to striking the right balance between promotional and educational content, this episode is the perfect guide to maximizing the potential of your membership plan!Dive in this week for actionable tips that will spread the awareness of your membership plan!You can reach out to Dr. Chris Phelps here:Website: https://www.dentalmembershipdirect.comEmail: email@example.comOther Mentions and Links:AT&TNapa Valley WineIf you want your questions answered on Monday Morning Marketing, ask me on these platforms:My Newsletter: https://thedentalmarketer.lpages.co/newsletter/The Dental Marketer Society Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2031814726927041Episode Transcript (Auto-Generated - Please Excuse Errors)Michael: Hey Chris, so talk to us about membership plans. Tell me one or a couple methods or suggestions that will help us with maneuvering and growing and guiding us with membership plans. Chris: Well, the first thing to recognize is who is this really for, right? And for me, I kind of developed my membership plan years ago, uh, uh, when I noticed, like, when my parents retired from working for AT& T for 44 years, my dad worked there, and 34 years my mom worked there.And the first thing they lost was their dental insurance policy, They got to keep their medical, but dental went out the door. And so, for the first time, they found themselves without insurance, and of course, didn't quite know what to do. Much like many of their colleagues, uh, that they worked with.Now, of course, lucky for them, they had the best dental insurance policy ever. You know, me, who is now out of school. But outside of that, it definitely got me thinking. I was like, huh, how many others are in that situation? And when I got an opportunity to do a educational seminar on site at this active independent living and retirement community, I realized that my parents weren't alone. fact, uh, most of the folks over the age of 65 today are in that boat, And through whatever reason, I've decided that they, they, uh, had lost their dental insurance policy that they had. Forever that their employer supplemented. And so it kind of was interesting, you know, talking to these folks. I noticed, you know, I asked a simple question.I'd like a room of 60 people and I said, ask them. I was like, well, how many of you have been to the dentist for any reason in last year? I don't really care for what, but you've been to the office and, uh, only 60 raise their hand. I was like, oof, that ain't good. Well, how many of you have dental insurance?And of course, the 10 who'd been to the dentist raised their hand. Uh huh. Now it's clicking in my head. I'm like, all right, how many of you would have gone, had you had insurance? And the other 50 raised their hand, and I was like, There it is, right? So instantly, our, my target market just told me this barrier keeping them from coming to see any dentist, right?Much less me. So I knew I needed some kind of solution for that problem because our culture, it's so ingrained in us that you have to have insurance to go to see any doctor, So when we don't have it, we feel like we can't go. Plus, when you retire, you know, your mindset shifts to a scarcity mindset, where you got all this money, you know, a certain amount of money saved up, and now that's it, that's what you got to live off of forever, right, as long as you live.it's ticking away, ticking away, ticking away. So the scarcity of that loss every month, and they feel like they got to hold on to it. So they, when they price out dental insurance, and it's going to cost anywhere from 600 to 700 a year for a policy, Suddenly, they're like, yeah, that's not gonna work for me.I can't afford that, is what they think in their mind. So, in essence, they think, well, I can't afford it. Well, that means I can't go unless it hurts or I'm in pain. So, huge barrier keeping folks from coming in. And of course, to me, what I discovered was, hey, there's 3, 500 homes in this community of people 55.there might be some opportunity here. So I go back the next month and I talk about my membership plan. And, you you know, for those without insurance, this is what I created for you guys. And flash forward a few years later, I had about 3, 000 patients on the membership plan between two of my offices. So it was a powerful tool to, you know, the membership plan itself to attract a patient who wasn't going to see any dentist for any reason, but motivate them to not only come in and do their preventative care for hygiene.but also when treatment was discovered because they were a planned member and they saved, guess what? They scheduled the treatment. Michael: Now, what do you specifically talk about to entice them to like kind of bring them in? Because I guess we can just mention like, oh, y'all don't have insurance and then then what?You know what I mean? Kind of like what, where do you go with that? Chris: So in essence, my, I, I needed some kind of two things. I needed something to talk about more than just the membership plan. And you can't really have sales or solicitations there. So it had to be educational. So I had to slip it in under the educational moniker.Um, at the same time, I knew nobody wants to come here about dentistry, right? Especially those of that age to back then when they were kids, uh, anesthesia was optional, meaning you had to pay for it. Right. And most of their parents, because they didn't get anesthesia because it wasn't invented, uh, didn't pay for it for their kids.So they had some pretty nasty experiences. So coming to here, I taught dentistry was probably in their top five worst fears. So I knew I needed something to get over those kinds of barriers. So I decided to do number one, educational seminar. And number two, I, my hook was, uh, I brought my Napa Valley wine that I've spent way too much on at a recent trip.It was sitting in my house and I was like it'd be nice if I could turn this personal expense into a business expense. So my hook was, you know, you can't get to Napa Valley because I thought they're retired, maybe they don't travel as much. So I'm going to bring Napa Valley to you. Join me for an educational seminar, the top five dental issues affecting the aging population, and enjoy some of Napa's finest wines on me.Was kind of the what I, how I promoted it and that's what I did. So the first third of the talk was literally that here's who we are. Here's why we're different. Do you have insurance? Great. We can work with that. If you don't have insurance though. Hey, I got this for you, right? This membership plan. So the first third of the talk was just about differentiating ourselves from others and then slipping into the membership plan as promotion during that section.And the back half, the last two thirds, if you will, were all education. So I went in, you know, to sugar and acids and how it's in everything we eat and drink and how it affects, uh, not only our teeth, but our whole body. Uh, and then the last third of the event was focused on, I'm kind of rotate the last third, depending on what month it was.One time a month, I talk about implants, Another month, I do tooth whitening. Uh, another month I would do, uh, veneers or cosmetics, like a smile makeover. Right. So just kind of rotating it just enough because I realized I kept getting repeat, uh, people coming back to the event and I felt bad that they were hearing the same presentation like five or six times.So, uh, but in essence, that's kind of the structure of the format that I follow up. So I had plenty to talk about that didn't sound sales or promotional. You get your promotional stuff out of the way up front. And then if you educate them 78 percent of the time, they leave thinking they were educated, not sold.Michael: Gotcha. Okay. So interesting. So you kind of have a whole template outline, right? How you want to talk about it, but you entice them with the. Wine? Chris: Yeah. And of course, you know, the wine that I brought was not cheap. Michael: Yeah. No, that's good.And then the marketing material you create or you have for this, especially when you talk about the membership plan, is it different for seniors than like the general population that you give to your practice? Or, or it's the same? Chris: Yeah. Like most things, you know, the brochure of anything you're trying to promote to somebody.The avatar that anybody featured in a picture in the promotional stuff, like on my membership plan brochure, they need to look like that community, right? They need to look like the people that aged, So, you know, I had some in my practice that were more for families, so it was had like a younger couple and smaller kids on the cover, uh, but yeah, for the senior crowd, it's just, you know, a senior man and a senior woman together, right?Um, to showcase, uh, hey, these are the people just like you that respond and are interested in this thing. So I definitely want to make sure the people and pictures posted in any materials look like those people in that community. And then, you know, going to this, doing this, you know, kind of ground marketing once a month is all it took.So it took about an hour of my time and, you know, bring a couple of team members. And I did it consistently once a month and would literally net anywhere from 30 to 60 fever service patients as a result, you know, almost all of them bought the membership plan. And I think the average spend was like something like, 1, per patient on top of the membership plan that they purchased.so you can see what the numbers I was drawing, it was a great ROI for the wine I'd already purchased. Definitely. Michael: Yeah. And then, so how do you, Chris, initiate this? So people listening right now, they're like, huh, this is perfect. This is beautiful. I want to do this. Do we just call or walk in or what's the script Chris: here?That's the challenge, right? So obviously most of these communities have some kind of community organizer. So your goal is to find out who that is, because that's the best person for you to talk to. and usually they're, uh, pretty apt and that's their job on site is to book. Uh, events, right? So some of them will be more skeptical.So they may say, well, we want you to come do a, uh, to our health fair. They'll do that annual, an annual health fair. And that's kind of your foot or strategy. So they, they like you and, you know, you've got good stuff to give out to folks and, you know, obviously don't piss anybody off. Uh, you can kind of get in through the health fair as a backdoor.Another way I found is that, you know, when you become an advertiser of that community and support that community in some way, that's another way that you can get in through the back door. Meaning, so I'm looking, if they have like a neighborhood newsletter or magazine, then I want to find out what kind of advertising opportunities they have in that and definitely get a nice, have a presence there.Um, and typically those, uh, vehicles, the newsletter and the magazine are run by the folks that live in those communities. you're basically supporting somebody who's, uh, who's doing that for the community by paying the advertising. So in reciprocity, right? Most of them want to give back. So usually I'll ask, Hey.Can you help me do an on site event, right? Put a good word in for me with the community manager and, yeah, let's make this happen kind of thing. Uh, if they're doing any kind of big charitable events, that's the other thing I'd look for. some kind of fundraising campaign for breast cancer or some kind of walk or something like that.Then of course you want to be there and be the biggest sponsor, right? So if you're the first to give and support their community, then they're going to be looking ways to reciprocate and help find a way to support you. Gotcha. Michael: Gotcha. Where can we... Make mistakes here that maybe you've like really early on you're like, oh don't do this guys Chris: Yeah, so, you know, timing of the week is important.Uh, day of the week, time of the day, you know, um, one, I remember one community I went to, uh, I scheduled it right as the, um, they had like an on site, uh, place to eat and it was this huge cafe kind of thing and I'd scheduled it right when the, uh, cafe opened. So it was basically dinner time. So they literally rang the dinner bell.And all the people in the community that weren't at my talk were literally walking past us as like, a herd of cattle, so to speak, going to go feed. And I remember watching the crowd and everybody was looking at, everybody going to eat and looking at me and looking at the crowd and looking at me and looking at the crowd.Like the scarcity of not being with them, the FOMO of missing out on dinner time was like, was killing them. And I was them. The mindset shifted kind of thing. So Before dinner, So you're talking like 4. 30, right? Cause they, they eat early. you want to hit them before dinner if possible. or if you're going to hit them after dinner, you might want to, you could switch to one, to doing more like an ice cream social, so kind of do a certain thing because not, of course, not everybody drinks and you may want to attract a different crowd.Um, so an ice cream social has also worked out really well because. They like their ice cream. Michael: Yeah. Okay. Interesting, man. I like that. Now when it comes to The company that you're co owning, Dental Membership Direct, right? Why, I guess in the sense of, I know we hear a lot of the times we should make our own plan and then they say like, Oh yeah, go with this one.Cause it's like super, all the features and everything. Dental Membership Direct is more, what would you say? Chris: to put it in one word, it's simple. All right. Most of the softwares I've seen out there, third party vendors that help you organize and track this and bill your patients, uh, it's nice bells and whistles.To look at on their dashboards enough to distract you from the fact that you're overpaying And for data and that doesn't really do anything for you and your team's not going to use so Our client said look we want something simple right because that's what we need in our offices. We need We can't spend 20 30 minutes onboarding a patient sifting through all this data to find out how we onboard somebody in charge of their credit card.We need to be able to get them on board and buy our plan within 30 seconds to a minute while the patient's at the front desk. Because that's usually where all this is. So based on the our client's team and the doctor's feedback That's what we tried to do, was make it simple. Um, simple to use, simple to understand, and simple to pay for.Michael: Gotcha, awesome, awesome. So that's going to be in the show notes below if anybody wants to check that out. And Chris, I appreciate your time. And if anyone has further questions, where can they reach out to you directly? Chris: Yeah, probably the best email is Chris at drphelpshelps. com Michael: Awesome, so that's going to be in the show notes below.And Chris, thank you so much for being with me on this Monday Morning Marketing episode. Awesome, thanks Michael.
In this podcast episode, hosts Ash and Cam discuss the third barrier of ADHD, which is learning. They emphasize how this barrier aligns with the stages of coaching: awareness, action, and learning. They also discuss how ‘pulling the learning forward' is so hard with ADHD but necessary for sustained change and growth. Cam addresses his concerns about the quality of coaching in the ADHD community, cautioning against quick-fix approaches and promoting a genuine coaching process. He emphasizes that like any good coaching engagement, coach training programs should have a robust experiential element. Shifting to the topic of learning, the hosts share insights into the coaching journey, highlighting the importance of curiosity, detachment from outcomes, and client-focused engagement. Ash and Cam discuss how the third barrier can be the most difficult to overcome with false starts and dropped practices. They also share how learning is key to creating real change with ADHD. They both share client stories of struggle and eventual nuggets of learning. They conclude by encouraging listeners to be wary of promises, fixed-time programs, and coaches who talk more than they listen. Episode links + resources: Join the Community | Become a Patron Our Process: Understand, Own, Translate. About Cam and Asher For more of the Translating ADHD podcast: Episode Transcripts: visit TranslatingADHD.com and click on the episode Follow us on Twitter: @TranslatingADHD Visit the Website: TranslatingADHD.com
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In this episode of the Late Learner Podcast, host Allison Hare explores the idea of refocusing on big, audacious goals, no matter your age or circumstance. She introduces Jess Williamson, a five-times entrepreneur and world-renowned business and mindset coach, who shares her insights on achieving wild success through fantasy land success, iconic leadership, and unrealistic goals. Allison encourages listeners to be bold and not wait for New Year's to start pursuing their dreams. Tune in for inspiration and practical advice on making your dreams a reality.Timestamps:[00:01:34] Wild success and unrealistic goals.[00:05:02] Fantasy land success.[00:09:53] How do you know if your goals that are too small?[00:12:30] Deep mindset shifts are crucial for success[00:13:23] Subconscious patterns and beliefs.[00:19:11] Wrestling with relatability[00:22:01] Hiding Success Creates Safety.[00:26:55] Sharing successes publicly.[00:31:06] Fantasyland goals and limiting beliefs.[00:36:14] Dreaming bigger without limits.[00:40:05] The problem with labeling hobbies as side hustles.[00:43:13] Embracing introversion as a superpower.Get in touch with Jess Williamson:WebsiteIGReferences mentioned:Schedule a FREE breakthrough call with me Want to take these ideas and apply them to your life? Let's do it!Apply for the Effective Collective Mastermind - Mastermind for high-performing working momsLight Up List FREE DOWNLOAD- get a quick burst of energy right now and KEEP IT!Get on my email list These are the emails you can actually WANT to open. BTS on how I went from burnt-out to audaciously aligned and how you can do it, too!Surprisingly True Useful Fun Fact ResearchCreating the Perfect Woman Article/Blog PostRejection Sensitive Episode with Candin Phillips, EP195ADHD Tips with Cindy RobinsonALLISON HARE'S LINKS:EFFECTIVE COLLECTIVE MOTHER MASTERMIND: Schedule a free exploratory call here.AllisonHare.com - Late Learner Podcast, personal journal and blog, danceInstagram - Steps to heal yourself, move society forward, and slinging memes and dancing (seriously, Allison is also a dance fitness instructor)Late Learner IGYouTube ChannelBlog - quick, way more personal, deeper topics - make sure to subscribeTikTok - documenting my journey one lo-fi video at a timeReb3l Dance Fitness - Try it at home! Free month with this link.Personal Brand - need help building yours? Schedule a call with me here and let's discuss.Feedback and Contact:: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Hey there friends and weirdos! This week Nile and Kyle watched the 2023 documentary "Beyond The Light Barrier," about the story of South African contactee Elizabeth Klarer! Written, directed, and produced by Uga Carlini with narration by Dr. John Kani, its name is derived by a book written by Klarer with the same name. What do Elizabeth's believers and skeptics have to say about her legendary story of love-making with a man from the stars? We discuss the story of Klarer, the supporting "evidence" in the documentary, and a few unexpected twists. All this and more!
Courage is the key to success – unlock the 'Mirrored Door' that's holding you back and step into the spotlight of your own career. This episode reveals the secret to women's success with our special guest, Ellen Taaffe, a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Kellogg School of Management. Today, we open the "Mirrored Door" that holds women back from reaching their full career potential. Ellen's groundbreaking book, The Mirrored Door, dives into the hidden obstacles that successful women face, but rarely talk about. She explores how this problem affects not only women but can also resonate with men, including the ever-present Imposter Syndrome. Join us and transform your approach to career success today! Check out the full series of "Career Sessions, Career Lessons" podcasts here or visit pathwise.io/podcast/. A full written transcript of this episode is also available at https://pathwise.io/podcasts/ellen-taaffeBecome a PathWise member today! Join at https://pathwise.io/join-now/
The Frank and Stank Show. Frank sits down with Rudy Stankowitz, of Talking Pools Podcast to discuss unsafe safety barrier exception requirements that have been lobbied for and adopted by many code enforcement entities, and what is black algae. email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email Rudy and get your form to send to your representatives to remove the safety barrier exception. poolwerx.com ipssa.com onlinepoolclasses.com cpoclass.com 05:03 - What is black algae? black algae is a cyanobacteria, and is not an algae. it requires different treatment than algae. black algae creates a biofilm that can harbor and protect other organisms within it, like Naegleria fowleri the brain eating amoeba, Legionella (Legionnaires' Disease and Pontiac Fever), and algae. the biofilm protects whatever is living in it and makes it much more difficult to kill or eliminate. 09:00 - even though the modern swimming pool industry has been around for decades, there is surprisingly inadequate research done on many of the issues dealing with modern pools. 09:40 - the PHTA Mission/Vision states on their website https://www.phta.org/ Core PurposeTo promote safe and healthy pool and hot tub environments for people to share enjoyable aquatic experiences.". They are advocates for the swimming pool industry. from their page: ADVOCACY PHTA is the industry's trusted voice in government. PHTA advocates on our membership behalf to Federal, state and local governments on issues impacting their businesses. The PHTA has lobbied from state to state to adopt an exception in barrier codes for swimming pools and hot tubs. This exception opens it up for local jurisdictions to not require a fence barrier around swimming pools if they have a powered safety cover that complies with ASTM F 1346, or spas have a lockable safety cover that complies with ASTM F 1346. The problem with this exception is there is no way to ensure that powered pool covers are closed after use, or the spa lockable covers are locked. In fact, the general consensus of pool service techs that Frank or Rudy have talked to will say that during the swim season many, or even most powered safety covers, are left open. So without the presence of a fence barrier, the pool cover is a potential drowning hazard for people or pets. Everyone agrees that approved fence barriers reduce drowning and near drowning incidents by 88%. We are asking that everyone that finds this exception to be unacceptable to please contact their local, regional, and national government representatives and request that this exception be removed from residential swimming pool codes. email Rudy at email@example.com to receive a form letter to fill out and send to your representatives.
ABOUT TODAY's EPISODE Hi everyone! Are you struggling with your skin goals even though you are using the latest and/or best skincare actives like tretinoin, retinol, azelaic acid, vitamin c, peptides etc? For the record, there is absolutely nothing wrong with actives, in fact your skin needs them to be the best they can be. That said, they can be very irritating and we tend to trivialize just using the bare minimum to support our skin barrier. Did you know that a healthy skin barrier MUST be incorporated into your skincare regimen to reap the most benefits? Actives are great but I think non-actives might just be what you are missing. Enjoy today's episode and please support my podcast! SUPPORT! Thank you SO much for your constant support. It means the world to me. If you are wondering how you can support, please see below: Share share share to the ends of the world: You can share this podcast to as many people as you know and love. Who does not love a fun podcast about hair and skin? See links for that here https://linktr.ee/ChiomaAgha Support financially: https://anchor.fm/chioma-agha Download: Do you know that you can download any episode? Take me (well my voice, LOL) anywhere you are. Just click on download, and voila! Listen: Errmmm listen, listen, and listen again. You can listen one zillion uncountable billion times. LOL. Listen to the Ads ooooooo. T for Tenks DISCLAIMER The information provided on this podcast, including but not limited to, text, graphics, are for informational purposes only and does not serve as a diagnosis, treatment or substitute for medical advice. Always seek the advice of a qualified health care professional for any medical condition you may be experiencing. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/chioma-agha/support
For Black History Month 2023, the British Ecological Society is celebrating the work of Black ecologists around the world. In this episode, Reuben Fakoya-Brooks joins Amelia Macho. Having studied Zoology, Reuben worked as researcher for the NHS before starting a PhD in Human Behavioural Ecology at University College London. He has worked closely with the BES, founding the Racial & Ethnic Equality & Diversity (REED) ecological network here, which he also chaired. Reuben talks about his journey navigating work and academia, as well as his passion for photography, and discusses the importance of representation and support for under-represented communities. Check out all of the British Ecological Society's BHM 2023 blog posts and podcasts here: www.britishecologicalsociety.org/membersh…th-2023/
With almost 90% of Irish schools under Catholic Patronage teacher training courses have been advising students to take the CRS, a certificate in religious studies to boost their chances of getting employed. Simon Lewis, Primary school principal and host of If I Were the Minister for Education Podcast & Alan Hynes, CEO of the Catholic Education Partnership.
Is Etsy Too Saturated? Debunking the Myth You've probably heard it before: "Etsy is too saturated." But is this widespread belief actually rooted in truth? Today, I aim to dismantle this assumption and shed light on the reality of Etsy's marketplace. First Thing's First: A Gift For You! Before we delve into the world of saturation, I've got something special for you. Grab my free guide that reveals the Top 10 Ways to Boost Your Etsy Growth. Don't miss out on these invaluable tips to outshine in a crowded marketplace! Download your free copy here. Saturation: An Excuse or Reality? While the term "saturation" frequently floats around the business sphere, it's often misused as a convenient scapegoat for failure. If you're familiar with my ethos, you'll know that I believe in eradicating excuses and nurturing a proactive mindset. Consider this: Renowned brands like McDonald's, Wendy's, and Burger King coexist harmoniously. The proximity between Lowe's and Home Depot or even multiple breweries clustered together is no coincidence. Instead of seeing this as market saturation, think of it as the economic game theory in action. These brands aren't cannibalizing each other; they're capitalizing on the vast consumer pool. Etsy: A Land of Opportunity Etsy is no different. The key is to identify a segment of the massive marketplace and claim it as your territory. While there are numerous similar niches and products, remember this: a saturated market usually denotes a vast market. So, while Etsy reported having 7.5 million sellers in 2022, it also boasted a whopping 96 million active buyers. The math is clear – there's space for everyone. However, what does cloud the market is the infiltration of subpar quality shops and products. This clutter might make it slightly challenging for high-quality sellers to gain visibility, but it's by no means an insurmountable obstacle. It's the transient shops – those that seek quick success without genuine effort – that tend to fade away. The Reality of Selling Online Contrary to popular belief, selling online is not a walk in the park. While it differs from the challenges of a physical store, it demands dedication, persistence, and continuous improvement. To truly stand out on Etsy, focus on crafting a unique value proposition. Elevate your offerings, innovate, and consistently deliver quality. Break away from the crowd. Adopt an abundance mindset. The notion of saturation is a mere illusion, often used as a psychological barrier. Instead of being intimidated by the numbers, be inspired by them. Remember, you might need to niche down, refine your approach, or even reinvent your strategy multiple times before hitting the sweet spot. But with tenacity and time, success is achievable. In conclusion, let go of the myths surrounding market saturation. Embrace the vastness of Etsy, find your unique space, and flourish.
Guest: Dr Sara Andreotti is a marine biologist specialising in shark research and she joins John as the co-founder of SharkSafe Barriers (Pty) Ltd, a new technology which combines biomimicry of a kelp forest and magnetic fields to keep humans and sharks apart without harming the sharks or other marine species.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Jennifer brings back Joanna Carpenter to the podcast. She shares her journey of cultivating self-trust and how it has transformed her life, emphasizing the importance of acknowledging past mistakes as a path to growth and personal liberation. They unpack the lens of curiosity and self-acceptance as a way to navigate the complexities of life and find possibility in the gray areas. Plus, they explore the connection between self-trust and the body, learning how to prioritze oneself, and embracing stillness as a source of strength. About Joanna: Joanna is the founder of 86 the Barrier, a language learning program for Spanish-speaking asylum seekers and hospitality workers, the market consultant for woman-owned Irish whiskey brand J.J. Corry, and a swing in Sweeney Todd on Broadway. Joanna's IG: @thejoannac Want to coach with Jennifer? Schedule a session here! https://appt.link/jenniferapple Monologue Sourcing Promo Link! https://empoweredartistcollective.com/podcastpromo Learn more: https://www.empoweredartistcollective.com/podcast EAC IG: @EmpoweredArtistCollective EAC TikTok: @EmpowerArtistCollective EAC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/empoweredartistcollective/ Nominate a Podcast Guest! https://form.jotform.com/220608577638162 Sign up for our newsletter! https://mailchi.mp/8e72e8dcb662/stay-in-touch Check Out Our Merch! https://www.empoweredartistcollective.threadless.com/ Any thoughts you'd like to share? Email us at EmpoweredArtistCollective@gmail.com
In this insightful episode, we delve into the heart of Alaska's struggle for oil independence under the Biden administration. Host Jeff Crank along with our expert guests, Rick Whitbeck and Kevin Schmidt, guide us through the intricate web of regulations and policies stifling U.S. oil production, particularly in Alaska – a region with some of the highest environmental standards in the world. As we explore the complex dynamics between the Biden administration's environmental policies and the realities of energy production, we uncover the profound effects these decisions have on not only the Alaskan economy but also on American energy security and global environmental goals. The conversation highlights the stark contrast between Alaska's responsible oil production practices and those of less regulated countries. This episode is an essential listen for those seeking to understand the broader implications of governmental policies on energy independence, environmental stewardship, and the future of U.S. oil production. Join us as we dissect the challenges and opportunities for Alaska and the nation facing these regulatory hurdles. Check out American Potential here: https://americanpotential.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AmericanPotentialPodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/americanpotentialpodcast/ X: https://twitter.com/AMPotentialPod YouTube: https://youtube.com/@americanpotentialpodcast?si=TQcA8jBhehDH7Vx9
Amy Gordinier is the founder and CEO of Skinfix, the brand renowned for putting the skin barrier first and being an early pioneer of ‘cleanical' beauty. She is also an industry veteran with over 20 years of experience working at L'Oréal, Coty and Estée Lauder Companies, where Jo Malone predicted that Amy would one day own a brand. Today Skinfix is a favourite among Sephora customers, recommended by dermatologists everywhere. If you enjoyed this episode, please make sure you like, subscribe, leave us a review and share with anyone you know who will love it too! Founded Beauty is available on all podcast platforms and we release new episodes every Monday so be sure to follow the podcast to be notified. We really appreciate every single listen, share, and review. It goes such a long way and helps us reach new listeners. Follow Akash & Amy: Akash Mehta: @mehta_a Fable & Mane: @fableandmane www.fableandmane.com Amy Gordinier: @amyegordinierSkinfix: @skinfixinc www.skinfix.com Follow us on Instagram @founded.beauty and TikTok @foundedbeauty. For more information about Founded Beauty, please visit www.foundedbeauty.com #foundedbeauty Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The podcast episode discusses the topic of worrying too much about what other people think and provides strategies to embrace resilience against those opinions. Gary explores why we care about others' opinions, including the desire for human connection and validation. He highlights the challenges lawyers face, such as reputation and fear of judgment. The negative impacts of excessive worrying on decision-making, stress levels, self-image, and professional growth are discussed. Gary concludes by emphasizing that other people's opinions do not truly matter and provides tools to overcome this mindset, including understanding that opposing opinions are often not about us and focusing on our own journey. Law firm partners often believe that success means being stressed and overworked, which can lead to mental health issues. The key to a successful, enjoyable legal career is taking control of your career and time by developing a book of business. My friend and colleague Jennifer Gillman will talk about law firm economics and how rainmakers can leverage their ability to generate business to create their perfect situation and avoid drowning in stress. Save your seat for her talk on November 15 at 1PM Eastern by going to https://bit.ly/GSGR-11-15. Jennifer Gillman's mission is to help unhappy law firm partners and solo practitioners get more from their careers. She helps them find their exact right perfect fit firm. This can involve moving to a different firm, merging their firm into another firm, or taking action to transform their current role into something better. Lawyers suffer from stress and overwork; job satisfaction relieves this stress and transforms their professional and personal lives. Jen's superpower is being able to tell in 15 minutes or less what steps a partner can take to improve their career.
This week the guys are talking with Dustin High Montgomery Co. Ladies Basketball Coach. Joining him are Senior ladies Hayden Barrier, Reaghan Oney and Allie Dillon. Tune in to this great interview!! All this and more on this weeks From Corner2Corner!! Podcast made for everyone. Sports, Wrestling, Movies, and much much more. As the Number One Podcast out of Mount Sterling every Thursday and Saturday mornings that drops at 3 am your missing out if you don't listen. Hosts - Sean Kiper, Neil Payne, Wes Crouch and Adam Muncy. If you would like to help the show! Cash App: fromc2cpc Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow and Like us on the following Social Media Platforms. https://www.tiktok.com/@fromcorner2corner?lang=en https://twitter.com/corner2cornerpc https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ1CVW5JlWWXRJLUWzuJc6g www.fromcorner2corner.com From Corner2Corner Online Store: https://fromcorner2corner.itemorder.com/shop/home/
On Episode 167, the BITL crew was only one week away from Johnstown week and they were getting hype for the Slapshot Cup hockey tournament in the western Pennsylvania town. The guys also gave their thoughts on Trevor Zegras' recent sarcasm regarding playing NHL hockey in Mullett Arena and other NHL teams' social media posts about subpar practice facilities made available to them while traveling. They finished the episode talking about recent efforts to make hockey equipment more affordable as Wayne Gretzky lends his name to the Northland wood stick brand again. Beers in The Lot is partnered with The Hockey Podcast Network (www.thehockeypodcastnetwork.com) and a member of the Listen Frederick (listenfrederick.com) and Listen Hagerstown (listenhagerstown.com) networks. Sponsored by Draft Kings Sportsbook. Use promo code THPN at beersinthelot.com/draftkings for exclusive offers! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode Seven of Season Seven. We interview Justin Flom. Justin is a popular magician and social media influencer with over 13.2 million subscribers on YouTube and over one billion views across all platforms. Justin explains how his social media success came during the pandemic when he had the freedom to focus on creating content full-time. Justin emphasizes the importance of understanding the algorithms and data behind social media platforms in order to create content that will engage viewers and keep them watching. He calls this the “Barrier to Exit,” which refers to how easy it is for someone to leave a social media video. On platforms like TikTok or YouTube Shorts, the barrier to exit is very low, as viewers can simply swipe away with just one inch of movement. Therefore, content creators need to capture the viewer's attention within the first few seconds and deliver on their promises quickly, as viewers are quick to move on if they feel the content is not engaging or fulfilling their expectations. Justin also discusses his favorite magicians, his creative process, and his upcoming projects, including a video game and a new magic book. A full transcript of this episode is available at Jon's entertainment law blog at www.pfeifferlaw.com/entertainment-law-blog/
Who is responsible for blocking Israel's gound assault in Gaza and finishing off Hamas once and for all? Biden? Bibi? Both? See today's Emuna News Update, which looks at the war effort and life in the south of Israel with the war now on its sixteenth day.
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Summary Building streaming applications has gotten substantially easier over the past several years. Despite this, it is still operationally challenging to deploy and maintain your own stream processing infrastructure. Decodable was built with a mission of eliminating all of the painful aspects of developing and deploying stream processing systems for engineering teams. In this episode Eric Sammer discusses why more companies are including real-time capabilities in their products and the ways that Decodable makes it faster and easier. Announcements Hello and welcome to the Data Engineering Podcast, the show about modern data management Introducing RudderStack Profiles. RudderStack Profiles takes the SaaS guesswork and SQL grunt work out of building complete customer profiles so you can quickly ship actionable, enriched data to every downstream team. You specify the customer traits, then Profiles runs the joins and computations for you to create complete customer profiles. Get all of the details and try the new product today at dataengineeringpodcast.com/rudderstack (https://www.dataengineeringpodcast.com/rudderstack) This episode is brought to you by Datafold – a testing automation platform for data engineers that finds data quality issues before the code and data are deployed to production. Datafold leverages data-diffing to compare production and development environments and column-level lineage to show you the exact impact of every code change on data, metrics, and BI tools, keeping your team productive and stakeholders happy. Datafold integrates with dbt, the modern data stack, and seamlessly plugs in your data CI for team-wide and automated testing. If you are migrating to a modern data stack, Datafold can also help you automate data and code validation to speed up the migration. Learn more about Datafold by visiting dataengineeringpodcast.com/datafold (https://www.dataengineeringpodcast.com/datafold) You shouldn't have to throw away the database to build with fast-changing data. You should be able to keep the familiarity of SQL and the proven architecture of cloud warehouses, but swap the decades-old batch computation model for an efficient incremental engine to get complex queries that are always up-to-date. With Materialize, you can! It's the only true SQL streaming database built from the ground up to meet the needs of modern data products. Whether it's real-time dashboarding and analytics, personalization and segmentation or automation and alerting, Materialize gives you the ability to work with fresh, correct, and scalable results — all in a familiar SQL interface. Go to dataengineeringpodcast.com/materialize (https://www.dataengineeringpodcast.com/materialize) today to get 2 weeks free! As more people start using AI for projects, two things are clear: It's a rapidly advancing field, but it's tough to navigate. How can you get the best results for your use case? Instead of being subjected to a bunch of buzzword bingo, hear directly from pioneers in the developer and data science space on how they use graph tech to build AI-powered apps. . Attend the dev and ML talks at NODES 2023, a free online conference on October 26 featuring some of the brightest minds in tech. Check out the agenda and register today at Neo4j.com/NODES (https://Neo4j.com/NODES). Your host is Tobias Macey and today I'm interviewing Eric Sammer about starting your stream processing journey with Decodable Interview Introduction How did you get involved in the area of data management? Can you describe what Decodable is and the story behind it? What are the notable changes to the Decodable platform since we last spoke? (October 2021) What are the industry shifts that have influenced the product direction? What are the problems that customers are trying to solve when they come to Decodable? When you launched your focus was on SQL transformations of streaming data. What was the process for adding full Java support in addition to SQL? What are the developer experience challenges that are particular to working with streaming data? How have you worked to address that in the Decodable platform and interfaces? As you evolve the technical and product direction, what is your heuristic for balancing the unification of interfaces and system integration against the ability to swap different components or interfaces as new technologies are introduced? What are the most interesting, innovative, or unexpected ways that you have seen Decodable used? What are the most interesting, unexpected, or challenging lessons that you have learned while working on Decodable? When is Decodable the wrong choice? What do you have planned for the future of Decodable? Contact Info esammer (https://github.com/esammer) on GitHub LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/esammer/) Parting Question From your perspective, what is the biggest gap in the tooling or technology for data management today? Closing Announcements Thank you for listening! Don't forget to check out our other shows. Podcast.__init__ (https://www.pythonpodcast.com) covers the Python language, its community, and the innovative ways it is being used. The Machine Learning Podcast (https://www.themachinelearningpodcast.com) helps you go from idea to production with machine learning. Visit the site (https://www.dataengineeringpodcast.com) to subscribe to the show, sign up for the mailing list, and read the show notes. If you've learned something or tried out a project from the show then tell us about it! Email email@example.com (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org)) with your story. 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Sources tell CNN that Donald Trump wants to go to Capitol Hill to add his two cents on the debate over who should be the next speaker of the House. But, do Republican lawmakers want him there? Plus, one of the deadliest strikes hits Ukraine since the beginning of Russia's invasion leaving more than 50 civilians dead. Also, facing bipartisan pressure to address the border crisis, the Biden administration waived 26 laws to build additional border barriers. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
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The United Nations says as many as a million people have fled war in Sudan. NPR's Michel Martin visits refugees in Chad. A judge reeled in Texas's floating border barrier. And prosecutors in the Georgia election case want a four month trial.Want more comprehensive analysis of the most important news of the day, plus a little fun? Subscribe to the Up First newsletter.Today's episode of Up First was edited by HJ Mai, Eric Westervelt, Ben Swasey and Peter Granitz. It was produced by Shelby Hawkins, Chad Campbell and Ziad Buchh. We get engineering support from Hannah Gluvna. And our technical director is Josephine Nyounai.