Buildings are one of the largest sources of energy consumption as they account for 40% of the EU's final energy consumption and 36% of its greenhouse gas emissions. Boosting their energy performance and moving to low-carbon forms of energy is crucial as it would reduce emissions, tackle energy poverty, support the economic recovery after the Covid-19 crisis, and create new job opportunities across the EU.The recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) is an essential element in completing the objectives of the Fit for 55 package. The new EPBD emphasises the need to modernise the EU building stock by increasing the rate and depth of buildings' renovations, improving information on energy performance and sustainability of buildings, as well as ensuring that all buildings will be in line with the 2050 climate neutrality requirements. Consequently, the EPBD will also be instrumental to implementing the REPowerEU plan, whose objective is to faster reduce the EU's dependence on fossil fuels.The electrification of heating and cooling in buildings will play a major role on the road to decarbonisation, as it will facilitate the switch from fossil fuel boilers to more sustainable electric solutions. The EPBD revision also stresses the need to develop e-mobility by implementing recharging points in buildings to support smart charging for electric vehicles.Relisten to this EURACTIV Hybrid Conference to find out what can be done to improve the existing regulatory framework to support an effective decarbonisation process in the building sector. Discussed questions included:- How the EPBD proposal could best contribute to the decarbonisation of the building sector?- What are the technical challenges and solutions to electrifying the EU's building stock?- What renovations in buildings can contribute to sustainable mobility?- How to increase users' awareness of their housing's carbon footprint and of the low-carbon solutions that are available?
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Spots are now OPEN for private 1:1 coaching! Unboxing Boujee: Flirting Your Way to the Next Level. Learn to embody next level energy, confidence, and masculine x feminine balance to crush resistance and shadows. Weekly mentorship with MJ! Click here to apply. In episode 165, we are bringing back Mikayla's BFF Kaleb! For a candid conversation on how they are prepping for a hot girl summer. Hot girl summer is all about confidence, health, happiness and memories. These two are sharing all their hacks and mindset shifts so you can embody this too. From fruit to skincare to walks to music to beliefs and everything in between. In this episode: + Hot girl summer body hacks + Hot girl summer mindset hacks + Confidence is a CHOICE + Prioritizing yourself Kaleb's Spotify -- click here! SHOP MIKAYLA'S COURSES HERE: https://mikaylajai.mykajabi.com/store Mikayla Jai Youtube channel - subscribe here! Mikayla's Facebook Group - Join here! FREE MEDITATION HERE! Can't get enough? Check out the blog at mikaylajai.com and on Insta at Instagram.com/themikaylajai --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mikayla-arrington/support
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April Likins is a nationally board-certified health and wellness coach trained at both Duke Integrative Medicine and the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Driven by her own health struggles of battling Chronic Stress, Lyme Disease, and Endometriosis, she's extremely passionate about helping empower driven women to optimize their health, reduce their stress levels, find balance and start nourishing their bodies from the inside out. In today's episode, we talk all about the effects of stress on the body and how to naturally boost your immune system to battle the effects! Highlights from the show: What is chronic stress How does stress damage the body What are some tell-tale signs that we are experiencing too much stress The parts of the body that get affected the most The effects of stress on our immune system Ways we can lower our stress levels Boosting our immune system naturally to battle the effects of stress Resources: Free Resources + Book a Free Consultation Call with April: https://aprillikins.com/podcasts/ Connect with April: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aprilfreerlikins/ https://www.instagram.com/glowbelovely/ https://www.facebook.com/wellnesswithapril
ADHD is a label, it's a name of a category of behaviors that we want to look at and potentially see how can we change the environment to make a kid the most successful as possible. In today's episode, our guest is Colleen Cullinan, Ph.D., a pediatric psychologist at Nemours/Alfred I. DuPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington Delaware. She specializes in integrated primary care within the Division of Behavioral Health. Dr. Cullinan completed her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at Western Michigan University in 2015. Dr. Cullinan supervises psychology externs and interns, and she directs medical education efforts for Nemours' residency training programs. Her presentation and publication records center around integrated care, family-based interventions, and experiential cultural humility training. If you want to gain a deeper understanding of the strategies for boosting executive function, this episode is for you! Key Highlights: [00:01 - 11:13] Open Segment An overview of ADHA management Having conversations with families about the types of ADHA The executive functioning in kids and adults Why setting families expectations is a critical part of ADHD management [11:14 - 22:42] The Journey of Starting to Manage A Chronic Neuro-Biological Condition Dr. Colleen's outlook on children having trouble at school Why the Vanderbilt can be helpful You need the time to do a good job to gather information [22:43 - 33:47] Kids with ADHD Need a Lot of Practice What happens when the medication therapies are not working How executive function coaching looks like Why internal speech is important and complex Kids need more training in nonverbal cues [33:48 - 45:49] Executive Functions That Are Underdeveloped Incentive systems do work, but sometimes we are trying to incentivize the wrong thing Talk about hindsight, foresight, and insight How the sense of time is perceived by kids vs adults [45:50 - 57:07] Working Memory vs Multitasking The executive function of working memory Dr. Colleen's insights about multitasking being a fantasy Always think about the kid and their family [57:08 - 1:11:44] Final Takeaways Start with conceptualizing the diagnosis when talking to parents Take a good history, a really good history Throw away the label and really look at the executive function Start with psycho-education for families and patients Lay out the deficits of ADHD For kids with ADHD, the impact of those executive functional skills deficits may set them back two to three years Lay out building the parent's skills of expectation, setting realistic goals Let's talk about some of the specific deficits Internal speech Hindsight, foresight, and insight Cents of time Working memory Explain to families that ADHD is highly genetic and that there are often ADHD families Future teaching and predicting setting expectations and what that can look like Set the tone with the families Lay out that intervention and management will be an experiment Resources Mentioned: https://www.amazon.com/Driven-Distraction-Recognizing-Attention-Childhood/dp/0684801280 (Driven To Distraction - Ned Hallowell) https://www.amazon.com/-/es/Ross-W-Greene/dp/0060931027/ref=sr_1_1?__mk_es_US=%C3%85M%C3%85%C5%BD%C3%95%C3%91&crid=37EJWPAT09J3Z&keywords=The+Explosive+Child+by+Ross+Greene&qid=1652203040&s=books&sprefix=the+explosive+child+by+ross+greene%2B%2Cstripbooks-intl-ship%2C849&sr=1-1 (The Explosive Child - Ross Greene) https://www.amazon.com/-/es/Peg-Dawson/dp/1593854455/ref=sr_1_1?__mk_es_US=%C3%85M%C3%85%C5%BD%C3%95%C3%91&crid=1IEJLHZRUPOOM&keywords=smart+but+scattered+by+Peg+Dawson+and&qid=1652203176&s=books&sprefix=smart+but+scattered+by+peg+dawson+and+richard+guard%2Cstripbooks-intl-ship%2C407&sr=1-1 (Smart But Scattered - Peg Dawson and Richard Guard)...
Meet the Guests:This episode features three leaders previously showcased on Her Story and the powerful advice they received from mentors. Renee DeSilva is the CEO of The Health Management Academy. Melinda B. Buntin, Ph.D. is a Mike Curb Professor and Chair of the Department of Health Policy at Vanderbilt University. And JaeLynn Williams, the CEO of Air Methods.Key Insights:Mentors play an important role in career trajectory by providing advice, perspective, and direction.Personal and Professional Development. Renee's mentor provided an outside perspective, helping her understand her unique strengths and areas for improvement. (1:07)Maintaining Job Opportunities. Dr. Buntin's mentor pointed out that too many consecutive roles in government would limit her job opportunities in academia. Due to that advice, Dr. Buntin maintained her connections and continued to publish research to keep those doors open. (3:21)What is Your Ideal Job? Jaelynn was given the advice to start with the end in mind. To think about her ideal job and work backwards to determine the experiences and skills necessary to achieve that. This informed her choice to leave a company she worked at for many years to pursue a new opportunity. (4:51)
This #HumanizeTheWorkplace episode is about boosting team perfomance in the workplace with the following guest speakers Sunil Dial, Marcia Goddard, Bogdan Manta and Lisa Dempsey You are welcome to ask questions or share your tips during this live conversation. Vivian Acquah As an inclusive Workplace Wellness Advocate, Vivian Acquah advises managers on how to keep their team members engaged, energized, and safe in a sustainable manner. Vivian Acquah is making topics related to workplace wellness & DEI accessible to everyone. She provides people with the right tools, at the right time, to embrace inclusive changes. Vivian motivates people to think consciously and inspires them to take action. Amplify DEI Imagine a world where Diversity, Equity & Inclusion were at the forefront in the workplace? Unravel and learn about Diversity, Equity & Inclusion from 90+ international experts go to amplifydei.com Guests Sunil Dial is the Co-founder at CandidateX, which is a social impact and data-driven organization, focused on increasing access to opportunities for underestimated talent. Dr. Marcia Goddard is a neuroscientist on a mission to bring science into the workplace, and break stereotypes. She specializes in workforce behavior. Bogdan Manta is a Neuroscience for Business Expert. By understanding how our brain works, Bogdan combines practical insights with strategic thinking in a business context. Lisa Dempsey is a Leadership Coach whos passion is amplifying people's strengths and helping organizations advance through 21st-century leadership paradigms. #diversity #inclusion #leadership #HR #AmplifyDEI #culture #team #teamperformanceSubscribe to Let's Humanize The Workplace on Soundwise
Speech and language pathologist and singing voice specialist Kerrie Obert has conducted thousands of endoscopies to diagnose and help patients with laryngeal disorders. She is an author of four books, has presented globally at many events and is also the executive principle of getvocal-now.com. Kerrie joins Alexa as this week's guest on Singing Teachers Talk. KEY TAKEAWAYS Kerrie was drawn to researching the tongue because after doing so many endoscopies she noticed that people were using the pharynx and the tongue in ways that she wasn't reading about in pedagogical books. Kerrie decided that the tongue needed more of a focus than it was getting. Strength in the back of the tongue and not enough in the front of our tongue leads to uneven muscle activity. We use the back of our tongue to shape every sound we make and we have a lot of contouring and possibilities and if we don't work on it then we're losing some of those possibilities. The back of the tongue has its own sensory innovations separate from the front of the tongue. That awareness is something a lot of singers can have problems with because it's usually more associated with eating and swallowing, not singing. When we feel an emotion, our brain tells our bodies how to feel. But the reverse can also be true, if we're in a low bad posture, that can send signals to our brains telling them that something is wrong. BEST MOMENTS ‘The more I learn about the tongue and the pharynx, the more I think this cause needs to be championed' ‘I like to think about the tongue being like a game of tug of war' ‘We think an emotion then our body feels it' EPISODE RESOURCES BAST Training Guest Website: www.ObertVoiceStudios.com Relevant Links & Mentions: getvocal-now.com BAST Membership: https://www.basttraining.com/membership-levels/ Singing With Your Whole Self by Samuel H Nelson & Elizabeth L Blades BAST Book Review - Singing With Your Whole Self by Samuel H Nelson & Elizabeth L Blades: https://www.basttraining.com/singing-with-your-whole-self-a-guide-to-feldenkrais-and-singing/ ABOUT THE GUEST Kerrie Obert is a speech language pathologist and singing voice specialist from Columbus Ohio. Ms. Obert holds degrees in both musical theatre performance and speech language pathology. She spent nearly 20 years working at The Ohio State University JamesCare Voice & Swallowing Disorders Clinic where she performed thousands of endoscopies as part of a diagnostic team and provided therapy to patients with a wide variety of laryngeal disorders. Ms. Obert was instrumental in setting up the Singing Health Specialization at OSU and served as the Director of Medical Arts for that program. Although she stepped away from her clinical duties at OSU, she remains on the faculty for research purposes. Ms. Obert has written four books on voice and has conducted clinical research using acoustics, MRI and EGG. She has presented on several continents and is passionate about bridging science and art. Ms. Obert is the executive principal of Getvocal-now.com, an online continuing education platform for singers, speech language pathologists and voice teachers. Her current research interests are in pharyngeal and tongue positions as they relate to boosting high frequency energy. ABOUT THE PODCAST BAST Training is here to help singers gain the knowledge, skills and understanding required to be a great singing teacher. We can help you whether you are getting started or just have some knowledge gaps to fill through our courses and educational events. Website: basttraining.com Get updates to your inbox: Click here for updates from BAST Training Link to presenter's bios: basttraining.com/singing-teachers-talk-podcast-bios See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Our special guest this week on Empowering Homeschool Conversations was Dave Carl, author, bullying and disability advocate, and teaching assistant. Dave shared with us about "Boosting Self-Confidence in Students Who've Been Bullied"Other topics covered in this episode include:SIGNS OF BULLYING IN ELEMENTARY AGED STUDENTSSIGNS OF BULLYING IN MIDDLE SCHOOL AGE OR OLDER STUDENTSHOMESCHOOLING DUE TO UNRESOLVED BULLYING ISSUESHOW UNRESOLVED BULLYING ISSUES AFFECT INDEPENDENT LIVING SKILLSWatch the full broadcast on YouTube at https://youtu.be/N-GZ2Gwca7kThis episode of Empowering Homeschool Conversations was funded by viewers like you. To learn how you can support the nonprofit work of SPED Homeschool and this broadcast, visit https://spedhomeschool.com/donate/To connect with Dave Carl and his resources visit:website: supercyclist.com blog: http://shareindependentliving.blogspot.comTo find out more about SPED Homeschool, visit our website at https://spedhomeschool.com/ Check out our most recent articles on SPED Homeschool at https://spedhomeschool.com/articles/ Click here to power up your at home teaching: https://www.empoweredhomeschool.org/ #bullying #selfconfidence #parentadvi
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In this episode, learn about the importance of identifying adults at risk for reduced hepatitis B virus (HBV) seroprotection and applying current HBV vaccine recommendations in special populations. Listen as Robert G. Gish, MD, discusses key information on the identification and evaluation of patients who have chronic health conditions and therefore may be at risk for nonresponse to available vaccines.Presenter: Robert G. Gish, MDProfessor of MedicineLoma Linda UniversityLoma Linda, CaliforniaAdjunct Professor of MedicineNevada School of MedicineLas Vega, NevadaClinical ProfessorUniversity of Nevada Reno School of MedicineReno, NevadaClinical ProfessorUniversity of California Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical SciencesSan Diego, CaliforniaMedical DirectorHepatitis B FoundationWashington, DCReview the downloadable slidesets at:https://bit.ly/3KPiJZzLink to full program:https://bit.ly/3OZ50Ta
Welcome to the third installment of my eight-part series on the podcast called, “Ask Sarah.” Each week, I'll be answering a question from inside my Launch Your Box coaching membership. This week Lexie Haubert of The Crafty Lady Boutique and I tackled the question of how to get people to engage with her content on social media. Lexie's online business came about when she was unable to find bridal party gifts she liked while planning her own wedding and instead created her own. When she received incredibly positive feedback about her creations, she decided to take them online. The result? Her Etsy store ranks in the top 1% of all bridal sellers in the world! In addition to one-time boxes and individual gifts, Lexie offers a monthly subscription box for brides who are planning a wedding. Like all wedding-related businesses, The Crafty Lady Boutique was greatly impacted by the pandemic. Things are on a definite upswing and Lexie is focusing her efforts on regaining and further growing her business. But the lack of social media engagement is holding her back. When someone is struggling to get engagement on social media, I am usually able to identify the cause easily. The problem might be: Lack of followers Lack of consistency An issue with the quality of photos or videos An issue with the product itself In Lexie's case, NONE of these is the problem. She has a good number of followers. She has been posting consistently for the past several months. Her images and videos are GREAT. And her products? Well, let's just say there's a reason she's in the top 1% of her category! So what is the issue? Why aren't Lexie's followers engaging with her content? No one is seeing her stuff. She's not getting in front of the RIGHT people - brides. When people don't engage with your content, it hurts the algorithm and even fewer people see it. Lexie needs to find more of the right people. She needs to find more brides. I asked more questions and came up with an action plan for Lexie that includes: Picking a day and time to go LIVE each week. Teasing something that's coming up on the LIVE in a post and an email. Getting her friends to show up to her LIVES to ask questions that generate conversations. Boosting one post per week. Finding more brides by holding quarterly giveaways and getting active inside bridal groups. Serving her audience by creating content that establishes her as a wedding authority. With this new plan in place, Lexie knows what she needs to do to find new brides and attract more of the right people. And once they discover the great products she's offering, the rest will take care of itself! Join me for this episode as Lexie and I dig deep into what really drives engagement on social media. It's more than having pretty pictures of great products. Discover easy-to-implement strategies to attract the right followers and increase your engagement, too. Important Links: Find and follow Lexie: Crafty Lady Boutique on Facebook Crafty Lady Boutique on Instagram Crafty Lady Boutique Website Join me in all the places: Facebook Instagram Launch Your Box with Sarah Website Are you ready for Launch Your Box? Our complete training program walks you step by step through how to start, launch, and grow your subscription box business. Join the waitlist today!
You may not realize it, but the distance between Low-Earth Orbit, where most small satellites reside, and Geostationary Orbit, where nearly all of the much larger satellites live, is pretty significant. At more than 21,000 miles above LEO, GEO is a challenging orbit for smallsats to reach and maintain effective operations. Believing that there is a viable and profitable future for smallsats in GEO orbit, Isa Fritz co-founded GeoJump and took on the role of its chief technology officer. The company's mission is to open the door to GEO for budget-conscious smallsat operators. By utilizing a Sherpa-ES orbital transfer vehicle developed by Spaceflight and employing a lunar fly-by trajectory, GeoJump says it can get customers to GEO safely in just two weeks… a huge improvement over the standard trip, which can take as long as six months. Fritz was the runner-up in SATELLITE 2022's Startup Space entrepreneur pitch contest in March by only a few points. Just after competing, she joined us for a chat about GeoJump's origins and mission, her background as an engineer working on an impressive variety of spacecraft, lessons she's learned while leading a startup, and why she sees massive opportunities for small satellites in GEO.
Boosting your productivity by up to 25% - what industry wouldn't want to do that? That's the future big tech promises for agriculture – one where extensive data is gathered on every aspect of the supply chain. But farmers are worried about privacy. And there are also questions about environmental impacts of big ag getting into big data.
Mike and Ting talk about Four Thousand Weeks and health hacks. NOTE: this is the pre-episode warm up chat for Elden Ring - Part 1. Contact us: @lostlevelsclub or firstname.lastname@example.org Show Notes: Pre-Chat Four Thousand Weeks How 1% Performance Improvements Led to Olympic Gold Japan Rail Pass How many podcasts are there? Vampire Survivors on Steam LESS Breath: Better Health? | Mouth Breathing vs. Nasal Breathing (YouTube) Mouth Taping for Sleep What's sleep score in the Fitbit app? Is NAD+ the Anti-aging Miracle Pill? Here's What the Science Says Limitless (2011)
Sperm protein change due to covid Gay community claiming it is also altering the taste and is reminiscent of New Coke. Covid Relief funds being diverted to CRT education in blue state schools, Social and emotional well being , inequity AKA Social Justice CRT Flashcard President, with limited press , allegations of pre ordained questions The hit show "Ozark" returns Friday with the final episodes of the series, and @dhookstead reveals why everyone should be watching! FBI warns teen boys increasingly targeted in online 'sextortion' schemes FBI Boston warns parents and caregivers of ‘sextortion' schemes targeting teen boys ages 14 to 17 New in Americas quest to be North Korea , Dictator Kim Sniff Kids Biden has unveiled a new department of free thought patrol labeling it the Dissenformation Governance, A new department under the Dept of Homeland Security Goals of this organization are and I quote ‘Fighting speech that the government deems to be disinformation” Hang on to your hats and freedom kids , this here is the wildest ride in the socialist party. Republican Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson sent a letter Wednesday to Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas demanding a list of answers over the new “Disinformation Governance Board” and slamming the board's leader, Nina Jankowicz. The Daily Caller first obtained the letter to Mayorkas in which Johnson points out that Jankowicz attempted to discredit the Hunter Biden laptop story in the past and is now in charge of a disinformation board. Johnson says Jankowicz is a “beacon of misinformation online” and mentioned that she has published multiple tweets “furthering the false media narrative” about the Hunter Biden laptop. Well now in other backfiring woke news Joe Rogan and the demise of Spotify… o wait I mean Rise of Spotify due to woke attention
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https://youtu.be/XZ_QGlDJ2jY In this video, I talk about the craving for connection and I share some networking savvy tips and strategies for your success. Now if you like this video be sure to check out the specialized playlists I have created just for you! Grab a listen to my podcast when you are on the move or relaxing wherever you are! Don't forget to subscribe to get notified of every video/podcast that is released! Debra Kasowski is the charismatic podcast host of The Millionaire Woman Show, 3X Best Selling Author, Speaker, and Certified Executive Coach. She interviews incredible speakers, authors, CEO, Business and Organizational Leaders and drops solo episodes with tips, strategies, and techniques for your success. ***GET YOUR GIFT*** Go to www.debrakasowski.com for your FREE 3-Part Video Mini-Course Making Habits Stick download when you sign up for our Success Secrets Newsletter. Book your Complimentary Discovery Session with Debra today! Connect with Debra Kasowski on Social Media https://www.youtube.com/user/debrakasowski https://www.instagram.com/debrakasowski https://www.facebook.com/debrakasowskiinternational https://www.twitter.com/debrakasowski SUBSCRIBE to The Millionaire Woman Show podcast on iTunes PURCHASE Debra's books – Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and your favourite bookstore GPS Your Best Life – Debra Kasowski & Charmaine Hammond The Entrepreneurial Mom's Guide to Growing a Business, Raising a Family, and Creating a Life You Love Let's Be Curious: Ask the Right Questions, Get Better Answers, and Create What You Want
David Eagleman is a prolific perception neuroscientist. He's interpreted the stock market through a sensory vest, hosted a PBS series on the brain, and written several bestselling books. He tells us how to boost creativity and discusses his plans to expand our senses.
Jessie VO is all about coaching female entrepreneurs become their own brand and crush their online visibility. She believes that is it time for women to stop hiding and truly become the CEO's that they are. Tune in today to hear how Jessie's career began in the fashion world as she held positions as a dancer, stylist, model agent, and more. Jessie took all this experience and turned it into an inner and outer mindset and confidence boosting video and visibility coaching program that she shares more on today. Jessie believes that you must lay the foundation of knowing that you are your own brand first. Then talking to your peers and colleagues to engage and network, and why you should always be one step ahead of your clients. We also talk about taking messy action, learning something new every day, and why we need to be projecting ourselves in a positive light, while always staying true to ourselves. All this and more on today's show, and don't forget to grab Jessie's incredible gift she offered to you today. Link is below in notes. Did you love today's show? Let us know by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts today. Don't forget to screenshot and tag us so we can share your post. Want to join the conversation after the show? Head to the Master Your Coaching Biz Facebook Group. Link below in show notes. CONNECT WITH JESSIE Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/highvibepreneur Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_jessievo_/ Wondering how all these other female entrepreneurs seems to crush it online by showing up on video? Well, wonder no more, this is guide on how to power up your mindset before you go on camera and start crushing it in this online space. Grab your free guide here: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/61911e44839edddd7aa02594 CONNECT WITH CHERYL Website: http://successfulcoaches.com/ Show Notes: https://masteryourcoachingbiz.blubrry.net/listen/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cherylthacker/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/successfulcoach/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coachcherylthacker/ Brands I Love: https://masteryourcoachingbiz.blubrry.net/brands-i
The Prime Minister will soon be starting her first full day of work away from New Zealand in more than two years. Jacinda Ardern is in Singapore until Wednesday with trade and business leaders, and then travels on to Japan, to spread the economic word that the country is open for business and tourists. Boosting exports is a critical part of that, and somebody who will be watching that aspect of the trip closely is Export New Zealand executive director Catherine Beard. She spoke to Susie Ferguson.
In Episode 49, Brett interviews Joe Sanok, a business consultant and productivity researcher who, until recently, lived full-time in a camper with his wife and children. When he and his wife decided to uncouple, it changed both Joe's and his children's lives in a big way. Learn how Joe used his meditation practice and other self-exploration tools to allow his world to unfold beautifully through surrender to reality as it was rather than clinging to what he thought it should be. Joe's latest book is "Thursday is the New Friday,” a book about the four-day work week. He's also the host of the Practice of the Practice podcast. "As soon as the sun came up at 5:30, I was wide awake. And so to say, I'm awake, what can I do to ground myself to be the dad I want to be? To be the person I want to be? To be the business owner I want to be? My strongest meditation practice started then and it came from a place of need rather than a place of, 'I should be doing this.'" What We Discuss in Episode 49:2:48 The pivotal moment that changed the direction of Joe's life.9:40 Finding an internal locus of control and how it allows things to naturally unfold.12:22 Parenting as a single dad in the midst of a major life transition.18:46 Teaching nuance, healthy rewards and handling difficult emotions to children.24:59 Boosting creativity and productivity by adopting a 32 hour-or-less work week.29:09 Why slowing down is the first step to productivity.32:06 Showing children how to find their own purpose without pattern matching to their parents.**Full transcript coming soon! Check back HERE for the link.**Follow us on Instagram at @artofaccomplishment to learn more about our guests and share your own experiences.
In this episode of the Thoughtful Entrepreneur, your host Josh Elledge speaks with the CEO and Owner of https://oh-hello.co/ (Oh Hello), Natalie Micale. Oh Hello is a full service creative digital agency that builds brands through strategy, identity, package, web development, design, and more. They also offer services around brand management that helps get their clients' messages out there via digital advertising. Oh Hello's X-factor is strategy; they don't throw their clients into random marketing engagements. They build brands at a high level of strategy to help these companies reach their ideal audiences. Natalie and Josh explore who Oh Hello tends to work with. Oh Hello focuses on working with companies who want to align their brand and understand their audience deeply. That being said, Natalie shares that Oh Hello's clientele is industry agnostic. Natalie and her team strategize every step of a campaign, from lead generation to messaging, branding, and channel utilization. Natalie explains that most of their clients are able to give Oh Hello the building blocks of what they need to truly capture the spirit of a brand. During those early conversations, Natalie and her team focus especially on building a persona around those brands to create a better, more effective digital presence. Effective ads should emotionally connect to the purpose and goals of the business and the prospects. Oh Hello also does extensive data mining in the early stages of working with a brand so that their messaging and outreach is optimized. Natalie and Josh also talk about best social media practices to utilize right now. Boosting your reach requires a few key strategic steps. For one thing, Natalie shares that you should utilize Instagram reels. People's attention spans are shorter than ever, and when it comes to advertising, you should be aiming for a fifth grade reading level for your messaging. If you use bigger words, people simply won't dedicate the attention to reading your ad. Another tip she shares is to grow your email list. Too many business owners don't build up their email lists, but the reality is your email list is one of your greatest assets. People who sign up for your email list want to hear from you, so leverage that and facilitate growing your list. Oh Hello covers brand strategy holistically. Their framework is proprietary and all encompassing. They will help build every page on your website that features your brand and manage successful marketing campaigns through a variety of channels on your behalf. This will help ensure that the message of your service to your audience is concise, effective, and clear. Want to learn more? Check out Oh Hello's website at https://oh-hello.co/ (https://oh-hello.co/). Check out Oh Hello on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/oh-hello-agency/ (https://www.linkedin.com/company/oh-hello-agency/). Check out Natalie Micale on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/nataliemicale/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/nataliemicale/). Don't forget to subscribe to The Thoughtful Entrepreneur and thank you for listening. Tune in next time! More from UpMyInfluence: ✅ We are actively booking guests for our DAILY Entrepreneur Success Podcast.https://upmyinfluence.com/guest ( Schedule HERE). ✅ Are you a 6-figure consultant? Let us fill your sales schedule and move you to 7-figures.https://upmyinfluence.com/b2b ( Learn more here). ✅ Check out our freehttps://upmyinfluence.com/1 ( Authority Transformation Masterclass).
You've guested on podcasts but you still feel like a best-kept secret and you haven't gotten as many leads as you'd hoped. Plus, if you are like most entrepreneurs you are stuck each week on what new content to create. In this episode of the Leverage Your Podcast Show I'm going to share 7 Ways to leverage your podcast guesting for authority-boosting content.
Using your passion for boosting profits in your business is key to your happiness and success, but you need to know how to propel your passion into your business. Focusing on what excites you and putting that energy to work for you to create a profitable business takes work, but when you have passion behind your every move, you are able to push through even the biggest challenges in your business. In today's podcast episode, I am talking about how to make your passion profitable by discussing how you can find your passion as well as your purpose, validate your ideas, create a plan to do the work, and then turn it into a profitable business. You need to prioritize it, and it doesn't matter if you are a self-employed individual, a solopreneur, entrepreneur, mompreneur, freelancer, small business owner, a remote, virtual, online, or in-house bookkeeper, or a virtual assistant or VA. We'll go from a possibility to reality without letting fear hold you back. If you're ready to believe you can take your passion and create a profitable and successful business, let's dive in. These tips are essential whether you are using a computerized software system like QuickBooks, Xero, Wave, or FreshBooks for your business finances; or doing your bookkeeping manually with an Excel spreadsheet or even a Google Document… Schedule a free consultation, and we'll work together to dive into where you'd like to see yourself and your business in the future. We'll create a laser-focused plan including which steps you need to take and when you should be taking them: www.FinancialAdventure.com/Contact-Us Apply to join the Mastering Your Small Business Finances CEO Mastermind or the Elevate Your Bookkeeping Business GROW Mastermind group: www.FinancialAdventure.com/Mastermind Grab Your FREE guide: 5 Essential Strategies For Stress-Free Bookkeeping: www.FinancialAdventure.com/5Essentials Looking for a payroll solution for your business? You can get an exclusive 15% discount on your payroll services when you sign up here: www.FinancialAdventure.com/ADP Looking for an extremely beneficial online bookkeeping resource? Join us in our Mastering Your Small Business Finances Membership, where you can ask questions and get answers regarding your specific business. We dive deeper into the topics on this podcast and provide additional resources and accountability: www.FinancialAdventure.com/MYSBF Your FREE Online Virtual Bookkeeping Business Starter Guide & Success Path is waiting for you: www.FinancialAdventure.com/StarterGuide Sign up for a virtual coffee chat to see if starting a Bookkeeping Business is right for you: www.FinancialAdventure.com/Discovery Join Our Facebook Community: www.Facebook.com/Groups/WomenBusinessOwnersUltimateDIYBookkeepingBoutique Are you a bookkeeper looking to start, grow or scale your bookkeeping business? Join our FREE bookkeeper community here: www.FinancialAdventure.com/BookkeeperCommunity QuickBooks Online - Save 50% Your First 3 Months: www.FinancialAdventure.com/QuickBooks Show Notes: www.FinancialAdventure.com This podcast is sponsored by Financial Adventure, LLC ~ visit www.FinancialAdventure.com for additional information and free resources.
Most trade business owners are caught in the dilemma of growing their business and thinking they need to spend more time working so they could earn more profit. But this is a very common misconception that needs to be addressed. Today, we are joined by Benson Agbortogo — the creator of the Consistent Profit Tree System and we address this issue that we tend to see in most businesses, causing them to fail. How do you make more profit while spending lesser time working on the business? Join me and Benson in today's episode as we practically throw one golden nugget after another. Just press that play button and don't forget to share this with friends or business partners whom you know will benefit greatly from today's show. Let's jump in! Discussion Points: 0:00 Introduction 8:07 Why 80% of businesses fail within their first 15 years 14:03 The main reason why business owners work more hours than they need to 17:29 The relationship between maximising profit and hiring people 20:46 Understanding your avatar and capturing the leads that matter 28:52 Diving deep into the concept of membership and how to integrate it into your business 36:59 If you want more profit in lesser hours, this is what you need to do! 41:51 Attracting the A players to your team through the scorecard system 44:27 Setting positive habits that allow you to reach your goal 55:14 Solving the most common issue that comes with creating positive habits About the Guest: Benson Agbortogo is the creator of the Consistent Profit Tree System. He helps business owners increase their profits while spending less time at work and more time with their families. Benson is passionate about helping kingdom business leaders become more fruitful so they can make more impact and leave a greater legacy. If you'd like to know more about Benson and his advocacies, go ahead and visit his website — The Consistent Profit Tree, connect with him through LinkedIn, or just send him a direct email. Resources: The Business System that Never Fails by Benson Agbortogo https://amzn.to/3DqYpf1 The 5 Profit Maximizers https://profittree.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/5+Consistent+Profit+Maximizers.pdf The E Myth by Michael Gerber https://amzn.to/3awaX6g Atomic Habits by James Clear https://amzn.to/3nDR2r3 Join a global community of 6000+ trade professionals https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheSiteShed Connect with me on LinkedIn. For more podcast episodes, you may also visit my website. You can listen from your mobile device right now.
Segment from the MIKE IRAK episode, full episode available on our patreon: http://patreon.com/angelandzpodcast MIKE IRAK / REHAB is a Multimedia artist and designer. He is best known as being one of the founding members of the legendary IRAK CREW a group that shaped the graffiti, art and fashion scenes of New York City from the late 90's. In this insightful episode we speak about 90's graffiti, Boosting, Fashion, Jiu-Jitsu, Japan and the future of NFT's & VR.http://instagram.com/classyscreenshttp://classyscreensny.com
Whether you're looking to build muscle or just keep your metabolism boosted it's important to understand the value of getting enough branch chain amino acids (BCAAs) in your daily diet… BCAAs can help ensure you are always able to repair and rejuvenate from exercise, as well as keep up with the aging process… For all the details on the best foods for boosting branch chain amino acids (BCAAs) tune into today's #CabralConcept 2258 - Enjoy the show and let me know what you thought in the comments! - - - Show Notes & Resources: http://StephenCabral.com/2258 - - - Dr. Cabral's New Book, The Rain Barrel Effect https://amzn.to/2H0W7Ge - - - Join the Community & Get Your Questions Answered: http://CabralSupportGroup.com - - - Dr. Cabral's Most Popular At-Home Lab Tests: > Complete Minerals & Metals Test (Test for mineral imbalances & heavy metal toxicity) - - - > Complete Candida, Metabolic & Vitamins Test (Test for 75 biomarkers including yeast & bacterial gut overgrowth, as well as vitamin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Mood & Metabolism Test (Discover your complete thyroid, adrenal, hormone, vitamin D & insulin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Sleep & Hormones Test (Run your adrenal & hormone levels) - - - > Complete Food Sensitivity Test (Find out your hidden food sensitivities) - - - > Complete Omega-3 & Inflammation Test (Discover your levels of inflammation related to your omega-6 to omega-3 levels)
Self-care podcast exploring Dopamine Highs, Serotonin and Mood Impacts, Chasing Dopamine Hits and Emotional Eating and Ways to Start Boosting Serotonin and Dopamine. TOPICS:: ** Dopamine Highs, Serotonin and Mood Impacts (05:50). ** Chasing Dopamine Hits and Emotional Eating (30:16). ** Ways to Start Boosting Serotonin and Dopamine (43:50). NOTES:: Show notes: amberapproved.ca/podcast/335 Leave me a review at amberapproved.ca/review Email me at email@example.com Get the EARLY BIRD savings and bonuses for Body Freedom Unleashed, the most transformational program to build food and Body Freedom, balance digestion ditch diets and more. https://amberapproved.samcart.com/products/body-freedom-unleashed-early-bird SHOW LINKS: Click below to schedule a 30 minute Body Freedom consultation. https://amberapproved.ca/schedule-a-consultation/ Take my free Emotional Eating Quiz here: http://amberapproved.ca/emotional-eating-quiz Click here to enroll in Freedom From Emotional Eating, the 5 week online program! https://amberapproved.ca/take-your-power-back-from-food Listen to Episode 291 about what it's like to work with me here: http://amberapproved.ca/podcast/291/ Follow me on Instagram www.instagram.com/amberromaniuk Sign up for the RELEASE 3-Part Masterclass uncovering your weight-loss blocks Here: https://amberapproved.samcart.com/products/release-3-part-masterclass#/sc-checkout
We are absolutely going to have another pandemic like COVID in the future. It's just going to happen. History always repeats itself. Further, you and all all share a disease. It's called aging. We were all born with a death sentence. Sorry to sound so morbid, but it's true. So what can we do to […]
Now that winter has ended and springtime is here, Chris Scott and Matt Finch discuss the ways in which the weather affects us. They also go over the different strategies to help you get out of the fatigue and depression from winter.
Today's episode with FULCRUM health contributor Chelsea, we discuss boosting mitochondrial function, then take a friendly detour into health conspiracy theories including whether man evolved on Mars, the real reason why the government might hate nicotine consumption, and the unmistakable (some claim!) evolutionary differences between apes and humans. Wild, if true. Did humans evolve partly on Mars? One wild theory says yes. ***https://facebook.com/FulcrumNews — listener communityhttps://fulcrumnews.com/subscribe — premium newsletter content, David's real email address, and other perkshttps://paypal.me/davidseaman — show tips and appreciation; let money be thy praiseGo to http://www.fulcrumgold.com and my friends at Goldco will give you up to $10,000 in Free Silver when you open an account.https://amazon.com/author/davidseaman — Read “Winner Take All” and the other original research books FULCRUM has released over the years!
This week's episode of WireTaps kicks off with a discussion of the 2023 US News & World Report rankings for US-based MBA programs. For those of you who missed the results, Chicago / Booth shares the top spot with UPenn / Wharton, with Stanford and Kellogg tied for third, and Harvard and MIT Sloan tied for fifth. While advocating for more of a tiered ranking, Alex makes the case that rankings like US News do themselves harm when they place Harvard and Stanford outside the top two. After that discussion, Graham highlighted Real Humans Alumni pieces from a CMU / Tepper grad working at Bank of America, a Duke / Fuqua graduate working at BCG, and USC / Marshall graduate employed by Disney Resorts; each pivoting their careers. Graham also mentioned a new line of business; we have merchandise for sale! All for a bit of fun. Graham also discussed a podcast he hosted with NYU / Stern's Lisa Rios. As to the WireTaps portion of the show, Alex selected two ApplyWire entries and a DecisionWire entry: First up, Graham introduces a candidate who was a history major and then served in the marines. They have a passion for finance, and now want to transition out of the military into investment banking. Boosting the quant portion of the GRE and taking MBA Math appear to be a logical step to improve the requisite quant profile for that type of pivot. This week's second candidate appears to have had a strong career, so far, in the health care domain, and Alex and Graham suggest they need to double down on that, in terms of their post MBA goals. They are targeting a 750 GMAT, and with a score like that, should aim high with regards to school selection. Finally, from DecisionWire, Alex chooses a candidate (and long-time friend of the show!) who had decided to matriculate at Northwestern / Kellogg, but now has an offer from the waitlist from Yale SOM. In the end it sounds like Kellogg might be the right decision... This episode was recorded in Cornwall, England and Paris, France. It was expertly produced and engineered by Dennis Crowley in the land of Tastykakes, WaWas, and other amazing jawns. Please rate and review this podcast wherever you listen; it's the best way you can show your support for the show!
Credits: 0.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ CME/CE Information and Claim Credit: https://www.pri-med.com/online-education/podcast/frankly-speaking-cme-270 Overview: You know GLP-1 RAs are an important class of agents for weight loss, but do you know which drug within this class is right for your patient? This brief podcast walks you through the recent evidence from the STEP 8 randomized clinical trial, comparing the efficacy and adverse reaction profiles for 2 GLP-1 RAs: semaglutide (Wegovy) and liraglutide (Saxenda). This is a must-listen for anyone looking to optimally individualize care for patients with obesity. Episode resource links: Rubino DM, Greenway FL, Khalid U, et al. Effect of Weekly Subcutaneous Semaglutide vs Daily Liraglutide on Body Weight in Adults With Overweight or Obesity Without Diabetes: The STEP 8 Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA. 2022;327(2):138–150. doi:10.1001/jama.2021.23619 Guest: Jillian Joseph, MSPAS, PA-C Music Credit: Richard Onorato
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Watch the full video interview on YouTube here: https://bit.ly/drlouisignarro463 Dr. Louis Ignarro (IG: @dr.louisignarro) has more than 40 years of experience as a research scientist and was a professor at UCLA. In 1998, he was awarded a Nobel Prize for his groundbreaking discovery of nitric oxide or (NO) and its many critically important biological actions. Dr. Lou's groundbreaking research on NO paved the way for the drug Viagra and he's been nicknamed the Father of Viagra. Earlier this year Dr. Lou released a new book, Dr. NO: The Discovery That Led to a Nobel Prize and Viagra. NO is a molecule you may not have heard of before but it's powerful and can have a profound influence on your health - stick around to learn more. In this episode, we discuss: Why nitric oxide (NO) is important Specific foods that boost NO production How quickly does NO boost in your system after eating specific foods? Foods that cause a decrease in NO Arginine is required for nitric oxide production Specific functions NO has on the gastrointestinal (GI) system & bladder The physiology of nitric oxide for penile erection The rise of Viagra Dr. Lou recalls how he found out he won the Nobel Prize How winning the Nobel Prize changed his life personally & professionally Taking arginine & citrulline together boosts NO NO improves your athletic performance Endothelial cells produce NO when you exercise Breathing through your nose boosts NO in your lungs How breathing through your nose can protect against COVID-19 Hydration, rest, and electrolytes Eating a healthy, balanced diet Dr. Lou's passion for teaching & educating The future of NO research Show sponsors: BiOptimizers
The act of sourcing ingredients and assimilating a nutritious meal is a tradition that dates back to the beginning of humankind. Unfortunately, today in the age of drive-thrus and delivery services, we're largely disconnected from the sourcing and preparation of our meals. But what could we gain if we got back to our roots and spent more time nourishing our bodies with real whole foods, prepared in our own homes? Bestselling author and science journalist Max Lugavere is back on the show to share how cooking can help us achieve a healthier weight, maximize our cognitive function, and prevent chronic diseases. In his new book, Genius Kitchen, Max offers recipes and science on the most accessible and nutrient-dense foods. No matter your current culinary skillset, Max provides realistic tips you can implement to eat healthier and strengthen your body and brain. This interview contains insightful tips on healthy fats, eating for cognitive longevity, the importance of not allowing perfection to ruin your progress, plus nutrient-dense foods to incorporate into your diet. Max is also sharing his guide to sourcing your food (no matter your budget), and why learning to cook is an economical, health-promoting practice we can all benefit from. I hope you enjoy this episode of The Model Health Show! In this episode you'll discover: The multiple benefits of cooking your meals at home. Why highly refined oils are harming our health. Healthy fats you should be cooking with. What culinary literacy is, and why we need to return to our roots. The connection between cooking at home and BMI. Which oils are the most commonly consumed in the Standard American Diet. Why trans fats are so harmful to human health. The difference between an oil's smoke point and the temperature it becomes toxic. How the fat we eat interacts with our brain. A realistic way to control your intake of unhealthy fats. The importance of sourcing when it comes to animal products and produce. Why perfect shouldn't be the enemy of good when it comes to nutrition. An inconvenient truth that vegans need to understand about omega 3s. The protective role that vitamin E plays in brain health. Why fatty fish has powerful health benefits. The importance of DHA and EPA during pregnancy. Real food sources of vitamin D. The brain protective molecules that dairy fat contains. Why eating 1-2 servings of blueberries per week is powerful for cognitive function. The number one source of dietary sodium in the American diet. Why learning to cook is an economical choice. The advantages of cooking meat low and slow. Items mentioned in this episode include: Organifi.com/Model -- Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off! Beekeepersnaturals.com/model -- Save 15% on raw honey & other natural remedies! GeniusKitchenBook.com -- Preorder Genius Kitchen today to claim your bonuses! Connect with Max Lugavere Website / Podcast / Instagram Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes: Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud *Download Transcript
View the Show Notes Page for This Episode Become a Member to Receive Exclusive Content Episode Description: Ryan Hall is the fastest American ever to run the marathon (2:04:58) and half marathon (59:43) and is the author of the book Run the Mile You're In. In this episode, Ryan discusses his amazing successes and epic failures during his remarkable running career and what he's learned through these experiences. Ryan explains not only the physical aspects of running - including his training routine, fueling regimen, and recovery process - but he also emphasizes the mental aspect of the sport. He discusses how accepting and reframing negative thoughts can empower you to take on challenges and reach your potential. Additionally, Ryan discusses the traits that make the best competitors, the keys to overcoming setbacks, and his amazing feat of 7 marathons in 7 days as a goodbye to the sport that gave him so much. We discuss: How Ryan got into running and his formative years of training [4:45]; The advantages of altitude—living high and training low [9:45]; Progressive overload, blood flow restriction, and switching up your workout routine [14:15]; Lessons learned from competing in the Beijing Olympics [16:45]; Importance of speed, power, and strength for runners [22:15]; The crazy idea that got Ryan hooked on running [35:15]; The mental aspect of training and the power of reframing negative thoughts [37:45]; The importance of fueling, and Ryan's marathon diet [52:00]; Boosting performance with Tylenol and keeping core temperature down [59:00]; Ryan's early struggles and later success at Stanford [1:09:45]; Keys to overcoming difficulty: faith, mindset, and being a better teammate [1:15:45]; Ryan's professional running career and his discovery of his gift for marathon distances [1:22:00]; Reflections after breaking the American half marathon record, and challenges faced by retired athletes [1:32:45]; Ryan's marathon training regimen at the Mammoth Track Club in 2010 [1:39:45]; Optimal body weight for competition and the pros and cons of going below your natural weight [1:48:45]; Training volume, importance of mixing up intensity level, and zone 2 and zone 5 for longevity [1:53:45]; The most impactful adjustments Ryan made to his training leading up the to 2011 Boston Marathon [1:58:15]; A new personal record at the 2011 Boston Marathon and lessons on maximizing your own potential [2:03:30]; Learning from failure and takeaways from his disappointing performance at the 2012 Olympics [2:12:30]; Utilizing cardio and strength training for overall health, and how Ryan uses blood flow restriction in his workouts [2:24:45]; Performance enhancing drugs (or lack thereof) in marathon runners [2:29:15]; Traits of the greatest marathon runners [2:32:30]; 7 marathons in 7 days on 7 continents—saying goodbye to the sport [2:38:45]; Reflections on what running has given Ryan [2:49:30]; and More. Sign Up to Receive Peter's Weekly Newsletter Connect With Peter on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube