"Hey, Siri. How much will it cost to have family pictures made?" "Alexa, what wedding venues have the prettiest views in Chicago?" These conversational style searches happen every day. Will potential clients find you with this new approach? Feuza "Fuse" Reis joins us for episode 535 of the Bokeh Podcast to share how business owners are behind the times when it comes to SEO. The old principle of using formal, specific keywords is not working as well in today's world of conversational voice searches. Listen in to hear a fresh perspective on what you should and should NOT do when setting up your website to maximize SEO. The Bokeh Podcast is brought to you by Photographer's Edit: Custom Editing for the Professional Photographer and Miilu: The Simplest Way to Create and Manage Timelines and Shot Lists for the Events You're Photographing. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast. Brand Position (3:35) Creating a great customer experience (6:25) Technique for time management (7:50) Book Recommendation (12:00) Dr. Joe Dispenza podcast/books We Should All Be Millionaires by Rachel Rodgers You're a Badass at Making Money by Jen Sincero Feuza's photography/SEO business background (16:08) Recent changes in SEO strategy (20:56) 1. The role of "Voice Search" - think Alexa, Siri, etc. 2. The User Experience 3. The power of "local" 4. Changes in blogging How to update your SEO for conversational/voice text and searches (23:15) Building your site for the best UX (User Experience) (38:53) Resources Photographers should be using for local search optimization (47:18) Tips for blogging in the current environment (54:03) Links: https://www.charitywater.org https://www.getfoundwithfuse.com https://www.instagram.com/fusecreativeinc The User Roadmap Guide Keyword Kit for Branding Photographers Feuza's Mini Keyword Course
It’s been a wild ride since this podcast first started in 2014, and I’ve learned so much along the way. We’ve reached over 50 million downloads, which is mind-boggling to me, and we have over 700 hours of audio recorded on a wide variety of topics. Throughout these 500 episodes, I’ve talked to some amazing people …
Welcome to Maxim being a walking red flag. Let's talk about it. Find Jen and Shanna on their podcast by clicking here: https://linktr.ee/best_bookclub → Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Barelybookish → Merch: https://barelybookish.threadless.com/ → Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/barelybookish/ → TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@barelybookish?lang=en → Twitter: https://twitter.com/barelybookish → Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/barelybookish/profile → Barely Book Club: https://discord.gg/RpznKHq About Us: Barely Bookish is a podcast about all classic literature and modern literature alike. These are books that you've likely been told you should've read by now or that you may have read in school. Rachel, along with a guest, reads a new-to-her book while discussing the plot, movies, retellings, and so much more. If you're a literature nerd or if you just enjoy a bookish podcast, welcome! If you're using this instead of reading the books, I get it and I don't judge. Find out more about the podcast over at https://barelybookish.com/. → Book Recommendations: https://bookshop.org/shop/BarelyBookish
Welcome back to another episode of the CORE Knowledge Podcast and boy is today a good one! I got to sit down with the CEO and Co-Founder of GeoSilica, Fida Abu Libdeh and discuss how a passion and drive has led to a groundbreaking technology development and game changing supplement company. Fida and the team at GeoSilica are solving a major problem with Geothermal plants by removing the silica from the brine waters and purifying it down to food grade quality resulting in a supplement that renews the body from within. The product was such a hit that Fida doesn't even have the first bottle produced because they had to sell it, and now their product line consists of 5 amazing supplements. This episode gets to the heart of this show and I applaud Fida for the work her and the team are doing. Geothermal energy is CORE to the energy future but offers so much more beyond electricity. GeoSilica Websitehttps://geosilica.com/pages/about-geosilicaFida Abu Libdeh https://www.linkedin.com/in/fidaabulibdeh/Fida's Book Recommendation shorturl.at/ekHITCORE Knowledge https://www.linkedin.com/company/core-geothermalNick Cestarihttps://www.linkedin.com/in/nick-cestari-48059268/
Are you still working and still trying to figure out why? Well today's episode is all about why people still go to work post retirement and taking care of grown able-bodied kids who for some odd reason can't keep a job or survive on their own without parent's support. #AboutThatWallet #ATW #retirement =| Book Recommendation |= #ad The Simple Path To Wealth - https://amzn.to/3g5CpfI further reading: https://www.cnbc.com/2019/02/27/94percent-of-employees-would-stay-at-a-company-for-this-one-reason.html Watch on Youtube: aboutthatwallet.com/youtube Purchase Merch.: aboutthatwallet.com/store --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aboutthatwallet/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aboutthatwallet/support
In this episode, Donn and Kaushik talk about some of the books that they're reading and thoughts and recommendations on each.Links from the showDonn's BooksDesigning Data Intensive ApplicationsSystemologyWho Not HowSkin in the GameZero To SoldFreelance TacticsKaushik's BooksStaff EngineerAn Elegant Puzzle: Systems of Engineering ManagementGrokking AlgorithmsCoders At WorkA Philosophy of Software DesignAndroidsAndroidJobs.IOJob postings are FREE on AndroidJobs.IO during the early release phase (at the time of this recording).Sign up to get notified of new jobs on a weekly basis as well.AndroidJobs.IODonn's Book on Freelancing TacticsFreelance TacticsContact@fragmentedcast or our Youtube channel@donnfelker and donnfelker (on Instagram)Freelancing for Mobile Developers (Donn's YouTube)kaushikgopal (on YouTube) or blog.kaush.co or @kaushikgopalDisclaimer: Many of the links we share to products are affiliate links. They help support the production of Fragmented. Thank you for your support.
Let's meet our favorite character... er... house? Well, we're finally getting around to Manderly which honestly is almost more of a center point than even Rebecca herself. We'll have some thoughts about the representations of Manderly once we get to the movie episodes, but let's start with an appetizer. Find Jen and Shanna on their podcast by clicking here: https://linktr.ee/best_bookclub → Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Barelybookish → Merch: https://barelybookish.threadless.com/ → Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/barelybookish/ → TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@barelybookish?lang=en → Twitter: https://twitter.com/barelybookish → Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/barelybookish/profile → Barely Book Club: https://discord.gg/RpznKHq About Us: Barely Bookish is a podcast about all classic literature and modern literature alike. These are books that you've likely been told you should've read by now or that you may have read in school. Rachel, along with a guest, reads a new-to-her book while discussing the plot, movies, retellings, and so much more. If you're a literature nerd or if you just enjoy a bookish podcast, welcome! If you're using this instead of reading the books, I get it and I don't judge. Find out more about the podcast over at https://barelybookish.com/. → Book Recommendations: https://bookshop.org/shop/BarelyBookish
We've all heard the quote, "Time is more valuable than money," but how often do we hold on to tasks and processes that take a lot of our time, only to "save" a little bit of money? Are we actually saving money in the end? Danielle Blewitt found that through outsourcing her editing, she not only saved countless hours of time, but was more profitable because of it! Listen in to episode 533 of The Bokeh Podcast to hear what she learned through outsourcing that ultimately helped her grow her business. Don't miss the tips she shares for how to have the best experience, and how to overcome initial apprehensions most photographers have. The Bokeh Podcast is brought to you by Photographer's Edit: Custom Editing for the Professional Photographer and Miilu: The Simplest Way to Create and Manage Timelines and Shot Lists for the Events You're Photographing. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast. Brand Position (4:21) Creating a great customer experience (18:39) Technique for time management (25:30) Book Recommendation (33:03) Donald Miller's Business Books Free to Focus by Michael Hyatt When did Danielle begin outsourcing? (39:07) Initial apprehensions of photographers when considering outsourcing (40:15) 1. Cost 2. Losing "control" of their style How much time did Danielle spend editing her own images? (47:05) How did outsourcing editing shift other areas of business for Danielle? (51:00) What was Danielle's revenue increase after outsourcing editing? (51:54) Why is communication so important when working with an editor? (59:47) Links: https://www.charitywater.org https://www.photographersedit.com https://www.danielleblewittphotography.com https://www.danielleblewitt.com https://www.instagram.com/photogsedit Click here for 50% off your 1st order of $50 or more with Photographer's Edit!
In this episode Coach Anthony Troshak and Steve Cramer share a couple of their favorite recent reads. This episode highlights the complete episode for this Friday in which both coaches share 5 books each that have impacted their coaching and life recently. Zone Offense Package: Click Here Toughness: Jay Bilas Lock Down Defense: Michael Jagacki Check the links below to connect with us! Website: www.coachsedge.coach Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Camps: www.Cramerbasketball.com Online Training: https://cramerbasketball.mypthub.net/3/p/133059 Twitter.com/coachsedge1 Twitter.com/steve21cramer Facebook.com/cramerbasketball Youtube.com/cramerbasketball Instagram.com/cramer_basketball
This month, Chris Hadnagy and Ryan MacDougall are joined by Paul Asadoorian. Paul is the founder of Security Weekly, a security podcast network. Paul spends time “in the trenches” coding in Python, testing security products and evaluating and implementing open-source software. Paul's career began by implementing security programs for a lottery company and then a large university. As Product Evangelist for Tenable Network Security, Paul also built a library of materials on the topic of vulnerability management. When not hacking IoT devices, web applications or Linux, Paul can be found researching his next set of headphones, devices for smoking meat, and e-bikes. November 15, 2021. 00:00 – Intro Social-Engineer.com Managed Voice Phishing Managed Email Phishing Adversarial Simulations Social-Engineer channel on SLACK CLUTCH innocentlivesfoundation.org Human Behavior Conference 03:34 – Paul Asadoorian Intro 05:08 – How did you get started in infosec? 13:19 – When did you decide you were going to start a podcast? 24:26 – What have you learned from the guests you've had on your podcasts over all of these years? 27:00 – What is your perspective on the shifting of hacking culture in the community? 34:53 – What are the best qualities someone could have to be attractive to a potential employer in this industry? 37:14 – How do we get the younger generation to have the qualities we are not seeing? 41:38 – Who is your greatest mentor? Laurie Baker Stephen Northcutt @ SANS Ed Skoudis @ SANS 46:00 – Book Recommendations Code Girls The Phoenix Project The Unicorn Project Countdown to Zero Day The Cuckoo's Egg Cyberpunk 51:00 – Guest Wrap Up https://securityweekly.com www.twitter.com/securityweekly 53:31 – Outro innocentlivesfoundation.org
On this episode of Between the Stacks, Victoria and Emily recommend some books you may enjoy based on your favorite coffee drinks. Plus, our segments V's Verses and Terminal Velocity Valentine. odellpubliclibrary.com/wp
Slowing down and truly being present with clients can lead to beautiful, real-life images being captured. Implementing long-form sessions into your business can help you do just that.In episode 532 of The Bokeh Podcast, Rachel Larsen Weaver takes us on the journey of her long-form sessions, and explains why this format works for her business. Listen in as she shares how she uses film and everyday messy life to document the true art that is the life of her clients.The Bokeh Podcast is brought to you by Photographer's Edit: Custom Editing for the Professional Photographer and Miilu: The Simplest Way to Create and Manage Timelines and Shot Lists for the Events You're Photographing. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast.Brand Position (3:08)Inspiration for Rachel's photographic style (13:08)Immediate Family by Sally MannAt 12 by Sally MannCreating a great customer experience (16:13)Technique for time management (24:02)Outsourcing/Delegation (27:13)Book Recommendation (34:42)Women Who Run with the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola EstésBackground of Rachel's transition to long-form sessions (39:08)"Worry less about creating the perfect image and instead strive for the honest one" (45:44)What a long-form session looks like with Rachel (50:15)How many rolls of film are shot in a session? (54:47)Rachel's Go-To Equipment (55:40)Links:https://www.charitywater.orghttps://www.rachellarsenweaver.comhttps://www.nownowschool.comhttps://www.instagram.com/rachel.larsen.weaverhttps://www.instagram.com/nownowschool See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
So, marriage proposals? Lots of red flags? Oh my! We've got a whole lot to talk about in this episode. Find Jen and Shanna on their podcast by clicking here: https://linktr.ee/best_bookclub → Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Barelybookish → Merch: https://barelybookish.threadless.com/ → Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/barelybookish/ → TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@barelybookish?lang=en → Twitter: https://twitter.com/barelybookish → Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/barelybookish/profile → Barely Book Club: https://discord.gg/RpznKHq About Us: Barely Bookish is a podcast about all classic literature and modern literature alike. These are books that you've likely been told you should've read by now or that you may have read in school. Rachel, along with a guest, reads a new-to-her book while discussing the plot, movies, retellings, and so much more. If you're a literature nerd or if you just enjoy a bookish podcast, welcome! If you're using this instead of reading the books, I get it and I don't judge. Find out more about the podcast over at https://barelybookish.com/. → Book Recommendations: https://bookshop.org/shop/BarelyBookish
Highlights Blaes and Emily talk about balancing this new venture alongside their full-time day jobs. How the COVID-19 pandemic impacted their decision. How their community played an incredible role in the first big steps. Between an Instagram account and a Google Doc, the simple beginnings of this endeavor. Going from their ‘dream space' to their ‘dream location'. The role social media plays in their book buying. How the book-buying experience feels like a first date with publishers. Scarves and enamel pins and notecards, oh my! How they approached including bookish merchandise at the store. Looking at backlist titles versus new releases. The driving factor behind knowing how many of a particular book to order. The way they were able to get a great sense of the reading tastes of their community. Book Recommendations from Blaes, Emily, and Sarah [36:14] Two OLD Books She Loves Emily: Rules of Civility by Amor Towles | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [37:22] Emily: The Heart's Invisible Furies by John Boyne | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [38:28] Other Books Mentioned: A Ladder to the Sky by John Boyne [39:40] Two NEW Books She Loves Blaes: Under the Whispering Door by T. J. Klune | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [40:27] Blaes: Dear Miss Metropolitan by Carolyn Ferrell | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [42:02] Other Books Mentioned:The House in the Cerulean Sea by T. J. Klune [41:10] One Book They DIDN'T Love Blaes, Emily, and Sarah are skipping this segment, but there will be a full discussion about their thoughts on this for the November Superlatives episode available to my Patreon subscribers. [44:04] One NEW RELEASE She's Excited About Sarah: A Mirror Mended by Alix E. Harrow (June 14, 2022) | Buy from Amazon[44:19] Other Books Mentioned: A Spindle Splintered by Alix E. Harrow [44:27] The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow [45:04] The Once and Future Witches by Alix E. Harrow [45:05] Ella Enchanted by Gail Carson Levine [45:18] The Sleeper and the Spindle by Neil Gaiman [45:40] Last 5 Star Books They Read [46:34] Emily & Blaes: If We Were Villains by M. L. Rio | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [46:48] [47:50] Sarah: A Little Devil in America by Hanif Abdurraqib | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [48:19] Other Books Mentioned: The Secret History by Donna Tartt [48:11] Other Links Year of Agatha The Book & Cover's Instagram post of their stocked shelves About the Founders of The Book & Cover Website | Instagram Blaes Green enjoys running, knitting, wrangling kiddos, and sobbing over epic family sagas. In her day job, she manages a team of customer service representatives in manufacturing for her family's 100-year-old Chattanooga printing business. She is running the New York City marathon in a month! Emily Lilley enjoys cooking, playing with her dachshund Bertie, and curling up with a cozy or smart TV comedy. In her day job, she is the Vice President of External Affairs for a statewide education policy and advocacy nonprofit. Emily and her friend Audrey are writing their own mystery series! Sarah Jackson enjoys organizing, Enneagramming, glitter, and getting lost in magical realist tales. In her day job, she is the chief operations officer of her home. In college, Sarah “beta” read fan fiction. Next Episode In two weeks (November 24), Susie Boutry (@NovelVisits) will join me to discuss our choices for the 2021 Best Books of the Year.
Danny and I spend some time discussing his extensive background in oil and gas and how that led him across the globe to work many different projects and gain experience that brought him here today. Why Geothermal? Danny felt that his skills and passions along with the desire for making an impact called him to jump full fledged into working to make Geothermal commonplace. A key piece of our conversation is that we need to lean on the learnings from oil and gas in order to scale Geothermal economically. Come along for yet another conversation in which we shed light on the amazing resource that Geothermal is and how advancing Geothermal is key in getting to our net zero targets. Danny Rehg's profile https://www.linkedin.com/in/dannyrehg/Criterion Energy Partnershttps://www.linkedin.com/company/criterionenergypartners/Danny's Book Recommendation https://www.amazon.com/Building-StoryBrand-Clarify-Message-Customers/dp/0718033329CORE Knowledge https://www.linkedin.com/company/75072170/admin/Nick's profile https://www.linkedin.com/in/nick-cestari-48059268/
This week on the Moby Fict podcast, I interview Calvin Kasulke about his new, debut book, Several People Are Typing. As with all my author interviews, this episode is completely spoiler-free! CONNECT WITH USRobby (IG: @moby.fict, web: mobyfict.com)Calvin Kasulke (IG: @cjkasulke)
How many memberships or subscriptions do you have as an individual? But have you considered offering a membership to your clients so that they feel like they are part of a "team" or exclusive group?Consider the benefits: consistent income, minimal education needed after the first session, easy add-ons, and more! In episode 531 of the Bokeh Podcast, Annemie Tonken walks us through her process of running a portrait membership for clients. Listen in to hear steps and must-do's for starting the membership, as well as tips for how to effectively maintain and grow the membership.The Bokeh Podcast is brought to you by Photographer's Edit: Custom Editing for the Professional Photographer and Miilu: The Simplest Way to Create and Manage Timelines and Shot Lists for the Events You're Photographing. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast.Brand Position (3:07)Book Recommendation (15:10)Tiny Beautiful Things by Cheryl StrayedScary Close by Donald MillerCreating a great customer experience (17:50)Technique for time management (21:32)Michael Hyatt's Full Focus PlannerOutsourcing/Delegation (around 22:52)What exactly is a portrait membership? (25:30)What is the pricing structure of the portrait membership? (27:43)Potential drawbacks to running a portrait membership (32:56)How to get started with a portrait membership (36:43)1. Plan, plan, plan!2. Implement legally appropriate contracts3. Set up key technical functionality (self-scheduling, automatic billing)Key ideas for managing the portrait membership (55:04)1. Clear and consistent communication is key!2. Take care of your members! (locked-in pricing, easily accessible galleries, surprises!)Links:https://www.thiscantbethathard.comhttps://www.megapixie.com/https://www.instagram.com/thiscantbethathttps://www.bokehbookshelf.comBusiness Brainstorming with Colie James See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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In this episode of the Top Listing Agent, Real estate professional James Shelby from Southern California shares with you how he was pushed to adjust his work schedule that actually allowed him more free time personally while still maintaining his daily "non negotiables" to sustain his business even while in covid conditions. Key Contents: + post covid, same amount of business without the same routine + what should be your non negotiables + getting in front of someone everyday through social media + who and what are you exposing yourself to everyday? + tips on expanding mindset + where does my audience hang out more often? + the 60/40 rule Quotes from this Episode: "Put money on the side for branding and marketing to expand your business" "you don't know what you don't know" "who and what are you exposing yourself to everyday?" "its not our clients job to remember us, its our job to make sure they never forget" ▶ CHECK OUT: homebot.ai: https://bit.ly/3pYr5XR ▶ ▶ ▶ WANT CHADI AS YOUR COACH ? Schedule 1:1 Coaching Strategy Session:: https://bit.ly/3wowZlG ▶ REAL ESTATE LEAD GENERATION Download Top Listing Agent Black book: https://bit.ly/35k8bzm RedX: https://bit.ly/35j6YrX ▶ ABOUT CHADI BAZZI Chadi is a Top Real Estate Coach and Trainer who has been on over 30,000 one on one coaching calls teaching real estate agents how to become top listing agents using his one of a kind unique 6 on one listings on demand coaching model. ▶ FOLLOW CHADI Youtube: https://bit.ly/2RQLRtW Instagram: https://bit.ly/3vtmoVq Facebook: https://bit.ly/3iBpRON Website: https://www.chadibazzi.com/ Podcast: https://apple.co/3zpqrF8 ▶ ABOUT James Shelby, James is a Real estate professional in Southern California. Focused on making clients happy and keeping them as life long friends. always interested in meeting new people and is always open to new opportunites. Specializes in working with first time buyers, sellers, and investors. "Real estate is an everyday energetic and exciting boost to my life. I look forward to working with YOU. Cheers!" ▶ FOLLOW JAMES Youtube: n/a LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3CB7ZuF Facebook: https://bit.ly/3kh2xWL Instagram: https://bit.ly/2ZHUk6T Website: https://bit.ly/3pZrc5E ▶ BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS How to win friends and influence people: https://www.amazon.com/How-Win-Friends-Influence-People/dp/0671027034 The four agreements: https://www.amazon.com/Four-Agreements-Practical-Personal-Freedom/dp/1878424319
We are in the midst of what has been called "The Great Resignation" in 2021. People are leaving their jobs, and many are starting their own businesses. But is it really that easy?It can be if you follow the advice that Christora Osters gives in episode 530 of The Bokeh Podcast! Listen in to hear about some of the challenges and unexpected setbacks that most new business owners face, and also the proactive strategies for dealing with them. Heed the advice and you'll be on your way to building and growing a successful company!The Bokeh Podcast is brought to you by Photographer's Edit: Custom Editing for the Professional Photographer and Miilu: The Simplest Way to Create and Manage Timelines and Shot Lists for the Events You're Photographing. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast.Brand Position (3:06)Creating a great customer experience (12:52)Technique for time management (26:36)Outsourcing/Delegation (38:41)Book Recommendation (48:17)Atomic Habits by James Clear3 things to expect when starting a business (51:15)1. The cost of starting a business and the cost of running a business are 2 different things!2. People will not just come to you when they see your photos - marketing is key!3. Expect to have moments of failure - figure out why there are failures and make changes!Marketing challenges and strategies for starting a new business (57:07)1. Reactive vs. Proactive marketing strategies 2. Understand SEO 3. Conduct market research to learn about your competitionHow to create a balance between the "grind" and having a life when starting a business (1:06:39)Links:https://www.charitywater.orghttps://www.instagram.com/greenapplephotokyhttps://greenappleweddings.co/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This is Episode 143 of The Changed Physician Podcast where the hosts discuss the phenomenon of the curse of knowledge. Book Recommendation by Dr. Cuccaro: Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard by Chip Heath and Dan Heath #cognitive bias #physicianwellness #physician #awareness #teaching Learn More About the Community at:
#214: "Timing is everything." This quote really resonates with returning guest Garrick McCarty. Garrick first appeared on the show in November 2019 and he's here today to give us an update on his journey to financial freedom. When Garrick started out he tried multiple paths to build passive income but did not know which one to focus on. He got distracted with every new idea until a mentor told him about the big opportunity he was missing out on. Once it was made clear to him, Garrick went all in and optimized his business operations. His story reminds us how important it is to know your Investor DNA before pursuing your path to financial freedom. This is an episode you definitely don't want to miss! Listen to Garrick's previous episode: https://www.wealthwithoutwallstreet.com/podcast/how-to-learn-ibc-basics-and-unlearning-biases-w-garrick-mccarty (Episode 110: Unlocking My Mind and My Home Equity w/ Garrick McCarty) Top 3 Things You'll Learn: How to fail forward Focusing your energy on the ONE BIG THING Things to consider when planning your business strategy About Our Guest: Garrick McCarty is a long-time listener of the podcast and a returning guest. He is also an IBC practitioner and a close friend of Russ and Joey. Garrick lives in Alabama with his beautiful family. Book Recommendation: https://www.amazon.com/Myth-Most-Businesses-Dont-About/dp/0887303625 (The E Myth: Why Most Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It)
Today is a game of theories. So, get buckled in and I want to hear your wild theories if you haven't read the book yet! Or, if you have finished the book, feel free to say your theories when you first read as long as they don't have spoilers! Find Jen and Shanna on their podcast by clicking here: https://linktr.ee/best_bookclub → Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Barelybookish → Merch: https://barelybookish.threadless.com/ → Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/barelybookish/ → TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@barelybookish?lang=en → Twitter: https://twitter.com/barelybookish → Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/barelybookish/profile → Barely Book Club: https://discord.gg/RpznKHq About Us: Barely Bookish is a podcast about all classic literature and modern literature alike. These are books that you've likely been told you should've read by now or that you may have read in school. Rachel, along with a guest, reads a new-to-her book while discussing the plot, movies, retellings, and so much more. If you're a literature nerd or if you just enjoy a bookish podcast, welcome! If you're using this instead of reading the books, I get it and I don't judge. Find out more about the podcast over at https://barelybookish.com/. → Book Recommendations: https://bookshop.org/shop/BarelyBookish
"EarthBridge was born out of necessity, happy circumstances and a whole lot of determination." Derek and his team are 100% focused on solving problems, breaking barriers down and bringing Geothermal to the world. EarthBridge is looking into the vast resources of sedimentary Geothermal and into putting smaller dispatchable Organic Rankine Cycle power plants to make Geothermal more felxible. Come long and listen in as Derek and I talk about the journey he is on with EarthBridge Energy and how they plan on making a difference in the energy industry and scaling Geothermal! Derek Adams Profile https://www.linkedin.com/in/derek-d-adams/EarthBridge Energyhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/earthbridgeenergy/Derek's Book Recommendation https://www.amazon.com/Dune-Frank-Herbert-ebook
When you have sports or senior clients who want to be photographed in a unique location, it sometimes creates a difficult situation for the photographer when it comes to lighting. How can that situation be resolved so that the client receives the images they want, and the photographer is able to capture well-lit images?Clark Sanders says, "Take the studio outside!" In episode 529 of the Bokeh Podcast, hear strategies that Clark uses to create both natural and cinematic style lighting scenarios for his sports and senior portraits - with little extra equipment! Check out the simple steps he takes to ensure his images are correct in the camera with little to no extra work needed in post-production.The Bokeh Podcast is brought to you by Photographer's Edit: Custom Editing for the Professional Photographer and Miilu: The Simplest Way to Create and Manage Timelines and Shot Lists for the Events You're Photographing. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast.Brand Position (4:10)Creating a great customer experience (7:30)Technique for time management (16:58)Outsourcing/Delegation (20:44)Book Recommendation (23:52)Worth Every Penny by Erin Verbeck and Sarah PettyWhat does "dramatic lighting" actually mean? (29:02)Concepts that Drive Clark's Approach to Lighting (37:23)1. Use of Ambient Light - expose for the ambient light first and adjust as needed!2. Placement of studio light - keep it as close to the subject but out of the frame3. Camera settings - manually adjust settings based on the mood/lighting situation4. Favorite lighting gear - Godox AD200Links:https://www.charitywater.orghttps://www.sportsextractions.comhttps://www.clarksandersphotography.comhttps://www.instagram.com/clarksandershttps://www.zackarias.comhttps://www.joeyl.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week on the Moby Fict podcast, I interview Lana Harper about her new book, Payback's a Witch. As with all of my author interviews, this episode is completely spoiler-free! CONNECT WITH USRobby (IG: @moby.fict, Twitter: @mobyfict, web: mobyfict.com)Lana Harper (IG: @lanalyte, web: lanapopovicbooks.com)
Today in botanical history, we celebrate the botanical name of the Saguaro Cactus, a Russian writer and mystic, and November potpourri. We'll hear an excerpt from Tom Perrotta's best-selling 2011 book. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book that celebrates the Islamic Garden. And then we'll wrap things up with some hip Book Recommendations from 1975. Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart To listen to the show while you're at home, just ask Alexa or Google to “Play the latest episode of The Daily Gardener Podcast.” And she will. It's just that easy. The Daily Gardener Friday Newsletter Sign up for the FREE Friday Newsletter featuring: A personal update from me Garden-related items for your calendar The Grow That Garden Library™ featured books for the week Gardener gift ideas Garden-inspired recipes Exclusive updates regarding the show Plus, each week, one lucky subscriber wins a book from the Grow That Garden Library™ bookshelf. Gardener Greetings Send your garden pics, stories, birthday wishes, and so forth to Jennifer@theDailyGardener.org Facebook Group If you'd like to check out my curated news articles and original blog posts for yourself, you're in luck. I share all of it with the Listener Community in the Free Facebook Group - The Daily Gardener Community. So, there's no need to take notes or search for links. The next time you're on Facebook, search for Daily Gardener Community, where you'd search for a friend... and request to join. I'd love to meet you in the group. Curated News Getting Happier with Horticulture: The Healthy Benefits of Gardening | gradynewsource.uga.edu | Gianna Perani Important Events November 2, 1902 On this day, Nathaniel Britton, one of the founders of the New York Botanical Garden, wrote to the industrialist and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie asking for permission to name a genus of Giant Cactus native to Arizona and northern Mexico in his honor. Three days later, Mr. Carnegie's secretary responded: “Mr. Carnegie has yours of November 2nd and asks me to say he is greatly honored by the proposal and will do his best to live up to it.” And so, the majestic Saguaro ("suh-GWAR-oh") Cactus, the largest cactus in the United States and a plant synonymous with the American West, was christened the Carnegiea gigantea. Saguaros can live for over two centuries. The Saguaro root system has one large tap root accompanied by a very intricate and shallow root system that lies within the top three inches of the soil. Any precious drops of rain are guided down to the ground beneath its mighty arms. After thirty-five years of life, Saguaro's produce a white night-blooming flower that is bat-pollinated. Saguaros begin to develop their arms after reaching the age of fifty. The average Saguaro weighs three tons. The largest Saguaro ever recorded was called "Granddaddy." Granddaddy stood forty feet tall, had over 52 limbs, and was estimated to be three hundred years old. November 2, 1906 Birth of Daniil Andreyev ("Da-NEEL An-drave"), Russian writer, poet, and mystic. He wrote a book called The Rose of the World over eight-and-a-half years as a prisoner in a Stalin prison camp. Daniil once wrote, "Perhaps the worst will never come to pass, and tyranny on such a scale will never recur. Perhaps humanity will forevermore retain the memory of Russia's terrible historical experience. Every heart nurses that hope, and without it life would be unbearable." Daniil had uncanny powers of recall and memory. He was also a voracious reader and grew his personal library to over 2,000 books by the time he was arrested in 1947. Daniil suffered from a spinal defect and wore an iron corset while in prison to cope with the pain. Daniil began having mystic experiences as an adolescent. His first poem was called The Garden. In 1949, at the Vladimir high-security prison, Daniil started to have regular spiritual encounters and visions. And so he used those experiences to write Rose of the World at night. He had his final transcendent revelation in November of 1953 and then finished the book after his release from prison in 1957. And then, Daniil kept the book to himself - hiding it from the government in order to keep it from being destroyed. Daniil's Rose of the World remained hidden before finally getting published in 1991 under Gorbachev. The Rose of the World was an instant bestseller. Daniel H. Shubin wrote the latest English translation in 2018. Shubin writes that, “[Daniil] Envisioned the reign of rows of the world on Earth in the twenty-third century, the future Epoch being a golden age of humanity, whose essence will develop… into a close connection between God and people. It includes a society that consists of a worldwide ecclesiastical fraternity.” Daniil himself explained Rose of the World this way: Rose of the World can be compared to an inverted flower whose root is in heaven, while the petal bowl is here, among Humanity, on Earth. Its stem is the revelation through which the spiritual sap flows, sustaining and strengthening its petals... But other than the petals, it also has a pith; this is its individual teaching. November 2, 1954 On this day, The Journal Herald (Dayton, Ohio) ran a little snippet on the wonder of Potpourri from the November garden. The November garden has her odors. In most instances, they are not so beguiling as those of spring and summer, yet they are far from displeasing. There is the sharp, vinegary tang that rises from leaves, sodden and cold. There is the odor of soil on which frost has laid whiteness; an odor, which seems different from that of earth newly turned in spring. There is the pungence that rises from rotting apples and pears; and the heavy fragrance which issues from the chrysanthemum leaf and blossom. Occasionally a flower remains whose breath is that of July. Even though the hand of chill has pressed heavily on the garden, the sweet alyssum has summer perfume. And a rose, spared, has a scent which speaks nostalgically of June. But in the main, the odor of the November garden is distinctive, sharp, penetrating, and has something of that element of age, which cannot be associated with redolence but rather with a potpourri. Unearthed Words She felt strong and blissfully empty, gliding through the crisp November air, enjoying the intermittent warmth of the sun as it filtered down through the overhanging trees, which were mostly stripped of their foliage. It was that trashy, post-Halloween part of the fall, yellow and orange leaves littering the ground. ― Tom Perrotta, The Leftovers Grow That Garden Library The Art of the Islamic Garden by Emma Clark This book came out in 2011 - so an oldie, but goodie. (It's already ten years old.) And here's what Emma wrote at the beginning of this book: Even a glimmer of understanding of traditional Islamic art and architecture clearly reveals that its beauty is not simply surface decoration, but is a reflection of a deep knowledge and understanding of the natural order and of the divine unity that penetrates all of our lives. Studying Islamic art and architecture and completing a master's thesis on Islamic gardens and garden carpet at the Royal college of art opened my eyes to the meaning of art. Understanding something of the religion of Islam in general and Islamic art in particular, it became clear that all art to a greater or lesser degree should be a vehicle of hope. It should remind us what it means to be human of our place in the universe and our role as is said in Islam as God's vice-regent on earth. And then she writes, and bear in mind; this is 2011: In the increasingly difficult times in which we live, it is good to be reminded that gardens and nature, transcend nationality, race, religion, color, and ideology. The Islamic garden is not only for Muslims, it's beauty is apparent to everyone. In her book, Emma offers an introduction to the design, the symbolism, and the planting of the traditional Islamic garden. Emma also gives some practical tips if you're interested in creating an Islamic garden for yourself. Emma points out that we all have different starting points for our gardens. We have different garden sizes and situations (urban garden or a country garden), obviously different climates and soils, etc. And so, she spends a couple of chapters offering up ideas for plants and trees and shrubs that you might want to consider incorporating into an Islamic-inspired garden. Now there is a pattern to Islamic gardens. They're often constructed around a central pool or fountain with four streams flowing symbolically to the earth's four corners. My favorite part of this book is exploring the symbolism behind Islamic art and gardens. And by the way, there is a magnificent chapter in this book that is all about the prince of Wales carpet garden. It's just spectacular. Now this book is out of print, and I predict that copies of this book will only get harder to get as time goes on. So if you have any interest, you should make sure that this one gets on your list. You can get a copy of The Art of the Islamic Garden by Emma Clark and support the show using the Amazon Link in today's Show Notes for around $26. Today's Botanic Spark Reviving the little botanic spark in your heart November 2, 1975 On this day, The New York Times Around the Garden segment recommended some new garden books. Some bright newcomers have been added to the trowel‐watering can library. Here they are. Masakuni Kawasumi spent three years in this country adapting his Japanese methods of bonsai growing to American species of trees. His “Bonsai With American Trees” ($10, Kodansha International) is the result, an excellent basic primer... Tapeworm plant, living stones bead vine, spiderweb, and polka dot are a few of the off‐beat plants described in “Fun With Growing Odd and Curious House Plants” Virginie and George Elbert ($8.95, Crown). The odd‐sized book, 6½ x 11 inches, gives brief biographies and how‐to‐grow tips for many unusual house plants, delightful changes from the tried‐and‐true. And while on the subject of fun, there is Jack Kramer's “How to Identify & Care for House Plants” ($8.95, Doubleday). The fun comes in matching line‐drawings and silhouettes to the author's organizational key. Though probably not meant to be a puzzle book, it is. ...a plant number 8‐1‐3 turns out to be none other than a cattleya orchid. Thalassa Cruso, television “lady of the trowel” has done it again. This time she is telling about “Making Vegetables Grow” ($8.95, Knopf), one of her best with chatty helpful tips on bringing the crop in abundantly. Light gardens are booming, especially among those who have dark apartments and want some greenery indoors. “The Complete Book of Houseplants Under Lights” by Charles Marden Fitch ($9.95, Hawthorn) updates the hobby and is full of ideas. Joining the series of “state” books on wildflowers by John E. Klimas Jr., is “A Pocket Guide to the Common Wild Flowers of New York” ($5.95, Walker). Compact tuck in a backpack, Descriptions are in everyday language, not botanist's twang. Environmental awareness has come full circle with “Organic Flower Gardening” by Catherine Osgood Foster ($12.95, Rodale Press). An organic gardener's book on raising flowers? Mrs. Foster explains why, “One is for the sake of the bees, wasps and other beneficial insects and butterflies … another good reason is to protect the birds … the most important is that you avoid starting chain reactions in the environment from poisonous chemical sprays and dusts you might introduce.” And for winter reading by the fireplace, here are a few: “A Gardener Touched With Genius, The Life of Luther Burbank” by Peter Dreyer ($10, Coward, McCann & Geoghegan): “The Best of American Gardening” by Ken and Pat Kraft ($10, Walker), a clip hook of garden tips gleaned from 100‐year‐old seed catalogues; “The Plant Hunters” by B. J. Healey ($8.95, Scribners), a brief biography of discoverers of exotic species from the 17th century to the present. And for reference; “Ornamental Grasses” by Mary Hockenberry Meyer ($9.95, Scribners), an excellent well-illustrated guide to this unusual group of plants. “The Personal Garden, Its Architecture and Design” by Bernard Wolgensinger and Jose Daidone ($30, Van Nostrand Reinhold), beautifully illustrated with design concepts from European, Western and Japanese gardens. “Plant A Tree” by Michael A. Weiner ($15.95, Macmillan) subtitled, “A working guide to regreening America.” Good reference book for city planners, libraries, and schools on tree planting and care, nationwide. Florida, Texas, and California where the avocado is grown commercially, the trees do not start flowering until six years old, or sooner if grafted. One rare exception was reported by Barbara Stimson, a gardener in Maine, who wrote in a recent Letters to the Editor, Flower and Garden, that her indoor avocado did flower, but no fruit, when it was about two years old and four feet high. Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener. And remember: "For a happy, healthy life, garden every day."
Jeff & Will celebrate the podcast's sixth anniversary and announce the Big Gay Fiction Fest, a virtual online reader event taking place Saturday, December 4 that will celebrate gay holiday romances. The guys have a ton of book recommendations as they look at books releasing in November. First up it's holiday-themed releases from E.J. Russell, H.L. Day, Leta Blake, Annabelle Greene, Garrett Leigh, Annabeth Albert, Lucy Lennox, Ali Ryecart, Penelope Peters, and Ashlynn Mills. Next the focus turns to more romances coming this month, including titles by Megan Slayer, Lisa Henry, Saxon James, Joe Satoria, Jenn Burke, Louisa Masters, E.M. Lindsey, Jeris Jean, Sierra Simone, Adriana Herrera, Kris Ripper and Winter Blackthorne. Will also reviews the contemporary romance "If Only for Today" by Gabbi Grey, and the historical holiday short "The Longest Night" by EE Ottoman. Complete shownotes for episode 343 along with a transcript of the show are at BigGayFictionPodcast.com. Big Gay Fiction Podcast is part of the Frolic Podcast Network. Find many more outstanding podcasts at frolic.media/podcasts!
The latest film adaptation of Frank Herbert's novel Dune is set to be a box office smash. But why has Dune, a sci-fi novel published in 1965, remained so famous and popular? And if you finished reading the novel and have a Dune shaped hole in your heart… what should you pick up next? Petra Mayer, an editor at NPR Books who focuses on genre fiction, joins us to discuss the lasting legacy of Dune and recommend some sci-fi novels that fans of Dune might enjoy. Mayer's recommendations include: The Water Knife by Paolo Bacigulupi Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie Dawn by Octavia Butler The Fifth Season by N.K. Jemisin Grass by Sherri S. Tepper The Expanse series by James S.A. Corey The Collapsing Empire by John Scalzi A Memory Called Empire by Arkady Martine
This movie was so good. So, if you're a big Odyssey fan, please go watch it because I am ready to talk more about it. If you want to find Jade, find her podcast here: https://linktr.ee/Aboutabook.podcast → Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Barelybookish → Merch: https://barelybookish.threadless.com/ → Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/barelybookish/ → TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@barelybookish?lang=en → Twitter: https://twitter.com/barelybookish → Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/barelybookish/profile → Barely Book Club: https://discord.gg/RpznKHq About Us: Barely Bookish is a podcast about all classic literature and modern literature alike. These are books that you've likely been told you should've read by now or that you may have read in school. Rachel, along with a guest, reads a new-to-her book while discussing the plot, movies, retellings, and so much more. If you're a literature nerd or if you just enjoy a bookish podcast, welcome! If you're using this instead of reading the books, I get it and I don't judge. Find out more about the podcast over at https://barelybookish.com/. → Book Recommendations: https://bookshop.org/shop/BarelyBookish
Corey Geary is a 7-Figure Nationwide wholesaler who joins to show to discuss Novations and why wholesalers need to know about this exit strategy. Corey's Book Recommendation from this episode: Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself: How to Lose Your Mind and Create a New One by Joe Dispenza - https://amzn.to/3EnnfeU Corey's Tools in building a buyers list Realtor.com - https://www.realtor.com Propstream - https://www.investorfuse.com/propstream InvestorLift - https://if.investorlift.com https://www.investorfuse.com for your lead management and nurture needs
In Episode 97, Christine Pride and Jo Piazza share how their co-authored novel (We Are Not Like Them) explores how hard it is to have conversations about difficult topics even between dear friends. We discuss why they decided to write a book with a lifelong, interracial friendship at its core, and how they handled collaborating on a book with a plot revolving around a fraught topic. This post contains affiliate links, through which I make a small commission when you make a purchase (at no cost to you!). Highlights How they met and began their professional relationship. Who had the initial idea for We Are Not Like Them. How they decided to go from an editor/writer relationship to co-writing and what that looked like for them. Why it was important to work collaboratively on both main characters, rather than each taking one. Christine's and Jo's own challenges while working on this novel. How they handled any “creative friction” that came up. How the discussions around character development really opened up how they had to consider race on the page. How their own personal experiences and perspectives really informed both characters They share some key thoughts to having these important conversations. The surprising but similar reaction from both Black and white readers. They also share a little teaser about the next book they are writing together. Christine's and Jo's Book Recommendations [32:55] Two OLD Books They Love Christine: The Secret Lives of Church Ladies by Deesha Philyaw | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [33:23] Jo: In Five Years by Rebecca Serle | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [36:21] Two NEW Books They Love Christine: No Cure for Being Human by Kate Bowler | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [38:05] Jo: Matrix by Lauren Groff | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org[40:42] Other Books Mentioned: Everything Happens for a Reason by Kate Bowler [38:13] Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff [42:01] Bonus Pick: Three Girls from Bronzeville by Dawn Turner [42:42] Two Books They DIDN'T LOVE Christine: The Push by Ashley Audrain | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [44:26] Jo: Her thoughts on sharing books she doesn't like. [48:47] Other Books Mentioned: The Paper Palace by Miranda Cowley Heller [48:18] Special Topics in Calamity Physics by Marisha Pessl [48:20] Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens [49:53] Two NEW RELEASES They're Excited About Christine: I Hope This Finds You Well by Kate Baer (November 9, 2021) | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [50:14] Jo: Wish You Were Here by Jodi Picoult (November 30, 2021) | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [53:16] Other Books Mentioned: 56 Days by Catherine Ryan Howard [53:51] Voices from the Pandemic by Eli Saslow [54:02] Last 5 Star Books They Read Christine: Somebody's Daughter by Ashley C. Ford | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [54:43] Jo: Great Circle by Maggie Shipstead | Buy from Amazon | Buy from Bookshop.org [54:54] Other Book Mentioned Marriage Vacation by Pauline Brooks [5:09]
As entrepreneurs, we tend to put everything BUT ourselves as a priority. How can we successfully build a business while still taking care of ourselves and those that we care about?Courtney L. Porter, LCSW shares with us the strategies that she teaches her clients for practicing healthy self-care in order to better serve others. Listen in to episode 528 of the Bokeh Podcast to hear how to balance self-care with work and life responsibilities in order to improve your life both personally and professionally.The Bokeh Podcast is brought to you by Photographer's Edit: Custom Editing for the Professional Photographer and Miilu: The Simplest Way to Create and Manage Timelines and Shot Lists for the Events You're Photographing. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast.Brand Position (2:30)Creating a great customer experience (6:53)Technique for time management (11:37)Outsourcing/Delegation (16:35)Book Recommendation (19:00)The Power of Your Subconscious Mind by Joesph MurphyHow can we keep our feelings from taking over our behaviors and mindset? (23:55)Courtney's definition of self-care (27:52)Where is the balance between self-care and narcissism (32:23)Do we need as much self-care as we are seeing in our culture? (34:54)What is the distinction between a want and a need? (38:43)How photographers can better take care of themselves which will lead to serving others well (42:13)RIB Method:1. Rest - take a break! Don't overextend yourself2. Identity - avoid the imposter syndrome3. Boundaries - know your limitations in order to capitalize on your strengthsLinks:https://www.charitywater.orghttps://www.courtneylporter.comhttps://www.instagram.com/courtneylporterlcswhttps://www.marcusdporter.comhttps://www.instagram.com/marcusdporterweddingshttps://www.instagram.com/marcusdporterstudioshttps://hubermanlab.com/YouTube video by Matt D'Avella See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today, we welcome Raelyn Torngren to the podcast to educate us on the horror genre. From defining tropes to engaging in literary criticism to offering excellent book recommendations, we cover a lot of ground! This episode is excellent for readers who are ready to lean into their darker tastes this season or readers who are new to the genre. You can find Raelyn on Instagram @reading.reverie and follow her Youtube channel, Reading Reverie for video essays and book recommendations. She also hosts a horror book club! For more bonus episodes, nerdy classes, and extra book talk, join our Novel Pairings Classics Club: patreon.com/novelpairings.com. Connect with us on Instagram or Twitter. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get updates and behind-the-scenes info. Get two audiobooks for the price of one from Libro.fm. Use our Libro.fm affiliate code NOVELPAIRINGS and support independent bookstores. Books mentioned: Thank you for supporting the show by shopping our affiliate links! Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston (Amazon) The Hollow Places by T. Kingfisher (Amazon) Powers of Horror by Julia Kristeva (Amazon) White is for Witching by Helen Oyeyemi (Amazon) Carmilla by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu (Amazon) The Dangers of Smoking in Bed by Mariana Enriquez (Amazon) The Shining by Stephen King (Amazon) The Gunslinger by Stephen King (Amazon) The Hole by Hye-Young Pyun (Amazon) Naomi's Room by Jonathan Aycliffe (Amazon) White Smoke by Tiffany D. Jackson (Amazon) We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson (Amazon) Certain Dark Things by Silvia Moreno-Garcia (Amazon) Also mentioned: Silent Hill video game Alien Midsommar Fear Street Cosmic Horror/Lovecraftian Horror
In this episode of The Top Listing Agent, best selling author, entrepreneur, CEO and founder of Seamless.AI Brandon Bornancin talked about his game changer software Seamless.AI and how real estate agents use and benefit from it. He also talked about the importance of having the right mindset and how to get the drive and clarity you need to get to where you want to be. Key Contents: + Who is Brandon Bornancin? + The importance of having the right mindset. + The number 1 secret for Mindset. + How to get the drive and clarity you need to be successful. + What is seamless.AI? + How can real estate agent use it and benefit from it and more. Quotes from this episode: "Success leaves clues, Success leaves cheat codes." - Brandon Bornancin "You are responsible for everything, the good, the bad and the ugly." - Chadi Bazzi Check out Seamless.AI: https://www.seamless.ai/ Subscribe for more real estate agent coaching videos: https://bit.ly/3h7Rpsz ▶ ▶ ▶ WANT CHADI AS YOUR COACH ? Schedule 1:1 Coaching Strategy Session:: https://bit.ly/3wowZlG ▶ REAL ESTATE LEAD GENERATION Download Top Listing Agent Black book: https://bit.ly/35k8bzm RedX: https://bit.ly/35j6YrX ▶ FOLLOW CHADI Youtube: https://bit.ly/2RQLRtW Instagram: https://bit.ly/3vtmoVq Facebook: https://bit.ly/3iBpRON Website: https://www.chadibazzi.com/ Poddcast: https://apple.co/3zpqrF8 ▶ ABOUT CHADI BAZZI Chadi is a Top Real Estate Coach and Trainer who has been on over 30,000 one on one coaching calls teaching real estate agents how to become top listing agents using his one of a kind unique 6 on one listings on demand coaching model. ▶ FOLLOW BRANDON Youtube: https://bit.ly/3GhLKvN LinkedIn: https://bit.ly/3vBJBX Facebook: https://bit.ly/2Zoya9t Website: https://www.brandonbornancin.com ▶ ABOUT BRANDON BORNANCIN Brandon Bornancin is a serial salesperson (generating over $100M in sales deals while selling for IBM & Google), 2x Seven-Figure Entrepreneur, Expert Sales Speaker, Sales Trainer and Sales Author who is obsessed with helping you maximize your sales success. Mr. Bornancin is currently the CEO & Founder at Seamless.AI. Seamless.AI helps over 35,000+ companies find prospects, close deals, and generate millions in sales with notables names like Google, Amazon, Facebook, Slack, Dell, Oracle and many others who are CRUSHING their sales quota DAILY on the Seamless platform. ▶ BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS Whatever it takes: https://amzn.to/3b5NJoC Sales Secrets: https://amzn.to/3Ge5b8K The10XRule: https://amzn.to/3G7reOq
Want to start a private practice & looking for some books to help guide you? Then this Ask Allison episode of the podcast is just what you need! Sponsored by: TherapyNotes™ For the full list of books, check out the show notes on our website here: https://abundancepracticebuilding.com/podcast/book-recommendations-podcast/
In today's episode, Renee reveals the book of the month and the special collaboration for November's box! After the reveal, Phalin brings on a very special guest today! Drum roll please….her daughter, Jordyn! Jordyn is a bright, sometimes shy, 11 year old that loves to read. She's currently fascinated with graphic novels and *any* manga series. In this segment, Jordyn gives a couple of book recommendations and advice to young readers. Books mentioned: You Got Anything Stronger? By Gabrielle Union Fake Blood by Whitney Gardner New Kid by Jerry Craft Follow and support our hosts: Renee: Instagram Phalin:Instagram Beyond the Box: Our weekly round-up of blog and podcast content delivered directly to your inbox every Friday This episode was edited by Phalin Oliver and produced by Renee Powers on the ancestral land of the Dakota people. Original music by @iam.onyxrose Learn more about Feminist Book Club on our website, sign up for our emails, shop our Bookshop.org recommendations, and follow us on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, Facebook, Pinterest.
Do you feel stuck with your work? Do you browse social media and wish you or your business were as "successful" as other photographers?Twyla Jones is here to tell you how to stop playing the comparison game, be brave, and do your thing! Listen in to episode 527 of The Bokeh Podcast to hear the hard truths about the behaviors you may be exhibiting that are causing you to feel stuck, and strategies that you can put into play that can help you to break out of that rut in order to grow your business!The Bokeh Podcast is brought to you by Photographer's Edit: Custom Editing for the Professional Photographer and Miilu: The Simplest Way to Create and Manage Timelines and Shot Lists for the Events You're Photographing. You can also subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast.Brand Position (4:22)Creating a great customer experience (8:09)Technique for time management (13:25)Outsourcing/Delegation (17:05))Book Recommendation (23:04)Show Your Work by Austin KleonHow can photographers think outside the box to be more creative in their work? (28:06)What are some behaviors that get in the way of growing a business? (37:50)1. Playing it safe to avoid failure and for the sake of consistency2. Comparison - ask yourself "why" 3 times if you're finding yourself wanting something you don't have3. Imposter syndromeHow can photographers better balance the importance they place on their work as it relates to their identity? (52:11)Links:https://www.charitywater.orghttps://www.emotionalstorytelling.comhttps://www.instagram.com/somethingrad See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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