In today's episode of Lust is Boring, Jason welcomes Sr. Miriam James Heidland, SOLT, to discuss her testimony and her ministry of healing. Together, the two take a DEEP dive into what the patterns of our broken relationships reveal about ourselves, and how this can illuminate the path toward healing. They discuss: How childhood trauma can impact future relationships How our bodies reveal what we're afraid to admit How we can forgive others How we can forgive ourselves How to learn to trust again How to find help when you need healing And more… Come with us on Pilgrimage: https://selectinternationaltours.com/product/pilgrimage-to-italy-january-13-21-2024-24rs01itje/ Support us on Patreon: http://patreon.com/jasonevert Friends of the Bridegroom: www.renewreligious.org Sister Miriam's Podcast: https://www.abidingtogetherpodcast.com The Body Keeps the Score: https://tinyurl.com/4zmbvxza Be Healed: https://jpiihealingcenter.org/product/be-healed-dr-bob-schuchts-copy/ Be Restored: https://jpiihealingcenter.org/product/be-restored-dr-bob-schuchts/ Restore the Glory: https://www.restoretheglorypodcast.com JP2 Healing Center: https://jpiihealingcenter.org Jay Stringer: https://jay-stringer.com
You want to know how to get rich. But you probably don't want to deal with the tenants, toilets, trash, and constant headaches of investing in real estate. And even as the world's biggest resource for real estate investors, we get it. The landlord lifestyle isn't for everyone. Thankfully, real estate isn't the ONLY way to get rich. There are five other time-tested ways to build wealth that don't involve 2 A.M. tenant phone calls. In today's show, Mindy and Scott tag team the five best ways to build wealth without ever buying a rental property.These methods work for almost anyone, no matter how much (or how little) money you make or have in the bank. Some of these methods are more passive than others, requiring just minutes a month to start building wealth, while others can explode your income but require much more time. But we're not just giving you some experimental investment methods to try. Both Mindy and Scott have used most, if not all, of these methods to become rich themselves, and if you incorporate ANY of these methods into your life in 2024, there's a good chance by this time next year, you could be way wealthier! In This Episode We Cover The five ways to get rich WITHOUT investing in real estate The four “levers” of wealth you can pull to level up your financial lifestyle “Boring” businesses and HUGE investment opportunities for those in their 20s, 30s, or 40s Job hopping and why you could be underpaid and overworked at your current role The investment accounts that can expedite your path to becoming a millionaire The super passive investment anyone can use to build massive wealth in the background And So Much More! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Money Facebook Group Network with Other Investors on The Path to FIRE Through the BiggerPockets Forums Finance Review Guest Onboarding Join BiggerPockets for FREE Mindy on BiggerPockets Scott on BiggerPockets Listen to All Your Favorite BiggerPockets Podcasts in One Place Apply to Be a Guest on The Money Show Podcast Talent Search! Money Moment Past Episodes Mentioned in Today's Show Index Funds Financial Mechanic David Greene (1st Episode) David Greene “Boring” Businesses Liquor Store Investment Franchising Side Hustles Nick Loper (Side Hustle Nation) Loan Signing Side Hustle Click here to check the full show notes: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/money-475 Interested in learning more about today's sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email us: email@example.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
From 'Baseball Isn't Boring' (subscribe here): Dayton Moore has won three World Series - one each with the Braves, Royals and now Rangers. After serving at Kansas City's general manager for their title team, he now is Texas' GM Chris Young's right-hand man with the Rangers. Moore joined Rob Bradford to offer insight into how the Rangers orchestrated their World Series-winning season, taking us behind the scenes with key moments and moves in the Texas front office. He also explains how and why baseball has changed when it comes to pulling off trades and sometimes being paralyzed by too much information. There is also a look behind the curtain when it comes to what life is like at the Winter Meetings for the chief decision-makers. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Wrestlers in WWE and AEW guilty of putting fans to sleep throughout the year... Andy Murray presents 9 Wrestlers WWE Will Sign In 2024...ENJOY!Follow us on Twitter:@AndyHMurray@WhatCultureWWE Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
From 'Baseball Isn't Boring' (subscribe here): There is no doubt that Jordan Montgomery helped his free agent cause with a memorable run to a World Series title. But where has the lefty landed among the other top tier available starters on the open market? Former big league pitcher C.J. Nitkowski - of both the Rangers' broadcast and MLB Network Radio - joins Rob Bradford to take a deep dive into why Montgomery is a worthwhile investment. The guys also take a look back at Texas' improbable championship journey, with an insiders' view of how it all happened. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Geni Whitehouse left a career in an accounting firm to help people tell their stories in a more interesting way. She says one key to making your stories more interesting is to understand the four types of personalities in your audience.Recorded live: at the NWPPA's NIC
Stand-up comedian and PJMedia senior editor Stephen Kruiser joins the show to talk about the evolution of conservative media and why the best comedy happening right now is on the right.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3647976/advertisement
With everyone out on vacation, Ron Richards is the sole host but fear not, he's joined by some of the best in biz as Juan Bagnell and Tshaka Armstrong join the show to have a lively conversation despite it being a very slow news week.END OF YEAR BEST OF VOTING! Let us know your favorite moments of Android Faithful for our Best Of 2023 - submit them here: https://tinyurl.com/AFBestOf23Featured in this episode:NEWS: Google Drive users are missing data, Android 14 Screenshot API starts rolling out and Tshaka Armstrong shares some tips for making the holidays better thanks to Android. And the Patron News Pick of the week was that Google Cast control notifications now appear in the Android media playerHARDWARE: The OnePlus 12 is coming! And we get our first offical glimpse at the new phone thanks to OnePlus. Samsung Galaxy S24 photos have leaked showing a flat screen. Wal-Mart released the Onn. Streaming Stick for less than $15!APPS: Google Messages gets support for Ultra HDR images over RCSCOMMUNITY: Dave Carver writes in with practical developer experience coding apps for Amazon Fire TV as well as Google TV and Cory needs advice on what lower-budget phone to purchase next.Thanks to Juan Bagnell and Tshaka Armstrong for joining the show! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode of Okay, Computer. Dan Nathan and Deirdre Bosa discuss e-commerce stocks surging after Black Friday/Cyber Monday (2:30), Fashion Retailer Shein Files Confidentially for US IPO (5:00), the Temu & Shein effect on US retailers (10:00), the IPO market opening back up (14:00). Later, Dan sits down with video journalist Cleo Abram and Packy McCormick, founder of Not Boring, for a conversation about being creators (18:00). Topics include: How Cleo conceptualizes “Huge If True” (20:00) Packy writing in long-form (22:15) Taking feedback (28:45) Monetization (35:20) Subscription models (40:00) Bitcoin/Crypto (45:00) The Mag7 stocks (48:00) -- View our show notes here Learn more about Ro body: ro.co/okay Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any feedback, suggestions, or questions for us to answer on the pod and follow us @OkayComputerPod. We're on social: Follow @dee_bosa on Twitter Follow @GuyAdami on Twitter Follow us on Instagram @RiskReversalMedia Subscribe to our YouTube page
Spoiler free until 00:17:30!Andrew, Ryan, and Steven review Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon! Join the Spoilers Intended crew as we break down every flight, every fancy, every punch, every romance, and all the action in 2000s breakthrough martial arts hit! Tune in and decide for yourself as we break down Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon.00:00:00 Intro00:03:13 Spoiler Free Review00:17:30 Intermission00:19:40 Trivia00:28:00 Spoiler Review00:51:31 OutroWebsite: https://www.spoilersintendedpodcast.com/Patreon : patreon.com/SpoilersIntendedPodcastDiscord : https://discord.gg/kGRAmjbqcF
Kim [00:01:22]:Welcome to another episode of The Kim Doyal Show. I always say I'm very excited about my interviews, and it's true because I only talk to people I know, admire, and respect, and this is actually our 2nd time talking. But The 1st conversation I had with my guest, Marco Schmidt, which I'll do an official introduction in a minute, it was like I felt like we could have talked for hours. I'm like, we need to do a podcast episode. So here we are. So, first of all, welcome my guest, Marco Schmidt.Kim [00:02:05]:Marco, thank you for being here today.Marko [00:02:08]:Oh my god. Kim, it's Such a pleasure to be here, and it's really true. I mean, every time we connect, I just feel like, oh, wow, sister. You know? We're doing crazy cool stuff together. Even though we're operating in different places, we're still, like, in the same universe.Kim [00:02:22]:Totally. Totally. And we connected just through Twitter and then saw each other in a Kavon co cohort.Marko [00:02:30]:Right. Yeah. Yeah. We both love Kavon Chung. He's He's such a super cool guy in terms of bringing community together. And so and then, yeah, we've, like, had, you know, tons of, like, back and forth on Twitter and stuff like that, and I just love what I do. And so yeah. Super happy to be here.Marko [00:02:45]:Thanks.Kim [00:02:47]:Thank you. So I love hearing the backstory. So for the audience's audiences, I've got plurals now. But for the audience, can you share your backstory and what brought you to where you are today? And then we'll get into your business and what you're doing today.Marko [00:03:01]:For sure. I'm happy to talk to all of your audiences.Kim [00:03:07]:You know what?Marko [00:03:07]:Hey. Look.Kim [00:03:08]:Swear to god. Yeah. I sometimes my my mouth cannot keep up with my brain, but go ahead.Marko [00:03:14]:And vice versa. Right? I mean, sometimes I find my mouth saying something that my brain is going, no. No. No. Anyways, my backstory, probably it Started in some ways with dropping out of high school to join the circus. And, you know, it's like one of those things. I was one of those accelerated kids I was, like, always in the smart classes and got to do, like, the crazy fun things, you know, like going to the factory and seeing how they printed newspapers or, You know, bringing odd guests in and stuff like that. And by the time I got to high school, I had really thought high school is gonna be super fun, like college, like, really exciting, and it was Boring.Marko [00:03:51]:It was super boring. I lasted for almost 2 whole years, and then I dropped out to start doing circus work and play in a rock and roll band. And, I actually moved out of my parents' house and, you know, it's like the great thing is is that I already had skills. I already knew how to, like, you know, hustle and sell things, and, I learned how to paint houses. I I did a bunch of things. So I was Financially self sufficient when I moved out, and it always gave me this sort of independent attitude that I don't have to work for the man. And I have to say, here it is, you know, all these years later. Part of what I do as a coach is, like, working with people who are super skilled at what they do, You know, who are experts and seasoned, but they're afraid to let go of the weekly paycheck or or their corporate affiliation.Marko [00:04:37]:They they know they're not getting paid what they're worth. They know they're being lighted. But they don't have that background that I have of, like, being able to...
On this episode of Okay, Computer. Dan Nathan and Deirdre Bosa discuss e-commerce stocks surging after Black Friday/Cyber Monday (2:30), Fashion Retailer Shein Files Confidentially for US IPO (5:00), the Temu & Shein effect on US retailers (10:00), the IPO market opening back up (14:00). Later, Dan sits down with video journalist Cleo Abram and Packy McCormick, founder of Not Boring, for a conversation about being creators (18:00). Topics include: How Cleo conceptualizes “Huge If True” (20:00) Packy writing in long-form (22:15) Taking feedback (28:45) Monetization (35:20) Subscription models (40:00) Bitcoin/Crypto (45:00) The Mag7 stocks (48:00) --- View our show notes here Learn more about Ro body: ro.co/okay Email us at email@example.com with any feedback, suggestions, or questions for us to answer on the pod and follow us @OkayComputerPod. We're on social: Follow @dee_bosa on Twitter Follow @GuyAdami on Twitter Follow us on Instagram @RiskReversalMedia Subscribe to our YouTube page
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From 'Baseball Isn't Boring' (subscribe here): When it comes to top of the rotation pitchers, it is definitely a sellers market. That's why Dylan Cease's name is being bandied about in trade talks. Bradfo catches up with one of the 'Who Says No' guys, Sammy of the 'Play Tessie' podcast', to offer up a couple of deals for the White Sox ace that make all kinds of sense. And, to top it off, we begin the podcast with a reminder of how motivated Cease is for 2024 with the pitcher, himself, explaining his mindset. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Discovering the Charm of Savannah: A Journey Beyond the Boring DriveThe anticipation of exploring the historic city of Savannah, Georgia, was dampened only by the seemingly endless two-hour drive to get there. Despite the mundane journey, the charm of this city was waiting to unfold, promising a day filled with delightful surprises.Forsyth Park: Where Spanish Moss Meets Farmers Market BlissUpon arriving, the weariness from the drive melted away as we stepped into Forsyth Park, a true gem of the city. Towering trees draped in Spanish moss created a serene atmosphere, casting a shade that invited us to explore further. The park is not just a feast for the eyes; it hosts a year-round farmers market that is nothing short of legendary.Strolling through the market, we were captivated by the vibrant stalls offering an array of fresh produce, and delectable treats. Unable to resist, we indulged in some mouthwatering delights that would later serve as delicious dinners.Oyster Delights on River StreetWith our energy replenished, we made our way to River Street, a bustling waterfront area known for its charming shops and eateries. Opting for an oyster bar, we dove into a plate of the freshest, tastiest oysters the region had to offer. The riverside ambiance added an extra layer of enjoyment as we savored each bite.Boardwalk Bliss and Christmas MagicPost-lunch, we ventured down to the boardwalk, where the atmosphere shifted from riverside charm to a festive winter wonderland. A visit to the beer garden allowed us to unwind and enjoy a variety of local brews, perfectly complementing the scenic surroundings.As we strolled through the outdoor Christmas shops, the air was filled with the infectious spirit of the holidays. The shops, adorned with twinkling lights and festive decorations, showcased unique gifts and souvenirs that made for excellent mementos of our day in Savannah.Heading Home with Hearts Full and Memories AbundantDespite the initially lackluster drive, our day in Savannah turned out to be a delightful adventure filled with culinary delights, scenic beauty, and the festive spirit of the season. The city's unique blend of history and modern charm left us with memories that transcended the monotony of the journey.In retrospect, our visit to Savannah was a reminder that sometimes the best experiences are found in unexpected places, and the journey, no matter how mundane, is often worth the destination.Teton sports affiliate linkProudly partnered with Teton Sports! As outdoor enthusiasts, we've tried numerous camping & hiking products, but none rival Teton's quality. Get 15% off your first order with code rvofthree.Email us your questions or comm"As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases." "(paid link)", "#ad", or "#CommissionsEarned" Teton sports affiliate link We are proud to have partnered with Teton Sport! As outdoor enthusiasts we have used many products for our camping and hiking needs. None have compared to the Teton Sport product line! Enjoy 15% off your first order of any Teton sport product by using our code rv_of_three Email us your questions or comments at: firstname.lastname@example.org Join our facebook group: “Healthy RV living, Working & Traveling” Want to help support our travels? View Our Amazon Wish List Follow us on Instagram: @Rv_Of_Three YouTube
Nick and movie critics Erik Childress & Steve Prokopy talk about the box office numbers of some of the holiday releases, and they review "Wish," which is Disney's new blatant merchandise commercial disguised as an animated movie; the new dark social satire "Slatburn," and Ridley Scott's latest, "Napoleon," in which Joaquin Phoenix plays the famous dictator as though he just woke up from a nap. Then, Esmeralda Leon joins Nick to talk about Black Friday, how to make a juicy turkey (thanks to the obnoxious Alton Brown), department store Santas dealing with crying kids, the legend of Dispensa's Kiddie Kingdom, and the fact that a TV show that should be called "High School Hospital" is still on the air after 20 years....and The Magic Megaphone returns!!! [Ep197]
Man City v Liverpool is always worth a watch. But does the fixture still have the same edge as a few years ago? Also we discuss a strange concept - is modern football 'boring' and providing us with less screamers and stunners than years gone by? If you haven't already, be sure to give us a follow and a five star rating- it helps us massively! Keep up to date with us on our socials here: Twitter: https://twitter.com/FSDPod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sportsocialofficial/ Telegram Group: https://t.me/FootballSocial Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Any biography of Stephen Tobolowsky must mention, and possibly right at the beginning, his performance as Ned Ryerson, the annoying insurance salesman in Groundhog Day. But that's far from the only big credit in Stephen's IMDb page, which also includes films like Memento and Thelma & Louise. Long before he was the hugely successful actor he is today, Stephen was just another guy trying to get by in New York and that's where he met The Most Boring Man in the World, working the afternoon shift at a local bar. Stephen fills us in on that experience in a conversation that will amuse you, delight you, and put you to sleep. We also hear about Stephen's long ramble through New York whilst escaping a tryst he did not care to join.Hey Sleepy Heads, is there anyone whose voice you'd like to drift off to, or do you have suggestions on things we could do to aid your slumber? Mentioned in the EpisodeLove, VirtuallyEmail us at: email@example.com.Follow the Show on:Instagram @sleepwcelebsTwitter @SleepWithCelebsTikTok @SleepWithCelebsJohn is on Twitter @johnmoe.John's acclaimed, best-selling memoir, The Hilarious World of Depression, is now available in paperback.Join | Maximum FunIf you like one or more shows on MaxFun, and you value independent artists being able to do their thing, you're the perfect person to become a MaxFun monthly member.
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Be Uncommon If You Can – Because in our Uniqueness & Struggles – Give Birth to our GREATNESS! Listen Now as I interview uncommon people, business owners & top level entrepreneur assassins & their uncommon journey! This is the Journey with Christian D Evans Podcast! Be Uncommon….If You Can! __________ CONNECT WITH ME: Twitter: https://twitter.com/be_uncommon_now?t=3bJA68AUmCxFBjciRGm8Tw&s=09 TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZTdujUXWv/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ChristianDEvansEliteSideHustler/videos LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/evansandfamily/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/christian_d_evans/?hl=en Journey with Christian Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/journey-with-christian-d-evans/id1396344349 #entrepreneur #business #success #investing #motivation #investingtips #investing #wealth
This week we deep dive into 'The Seeker's Guide to Enchanting Emporiums', and why the latest 5e release 'Peril in Pinebrook' isn't for D&D players! We also discuss the application of crafting in your TTRPG campaign. Follow the Enchanting Emporium's Kickstarter: https://ghostfiregaming.com/GGYT_ELEE_2023_11_109 Email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org Ben: @TheBenByrne Dael: @DailyDael James: @jamesjhaeck Logan: @the_Runesmith Editor: @ZsDante Topics: 00:00 - Intro 02:55 - Favorite magic items 08:14 - Enchanting Emporiums 33:43 - Peril in Pinebrook 40:27 - Deck of Many Things update 42:19 - The TTRPG acronym 47:31 - Magic item crafting
From 'Baseball Isn't Boring' (subscribe here): Red Sox reliever John Schreiber touched on a lot of topics in his appearance on the podcast. (Listen to the entire interview with Bradfo, Gordo, Pat and Sammy by clicking here.) And one of the most intriguing topics was Schreiber's explanation of why he went to Driveline, what he learned there and the new pitch that the pitcher came away with. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this short midweek episode of the "Do This, Not That" podcast, host Jay Schwedelson and producer Kristen Nagle answer one work-related question and one ridiculous question submitted by listeners. They discuss whether selfies are appropriate for LinkedIn and what they plan to buy themselves this holiday season. Main Discussion Points:- Non-formatted, authentic social media content (like selfies) gets more engagement than slick, polished posts- Overcoming feeling awkward publicly posting about yourself is necessary in modern marketing - What silly or practical things Jay and Kristen plan to buy themselves for the holidaysAnd MASSIVE thank you to our Sponsor, Marigold!!Marigold is a relationship marketing platform designed to help you acquire new customers and turn them into superfans with their best-in-class loyalty solutions. Don't take my word for it though, American Airlines, Honeybaked Ham, Title Boxing, and Notre Dame University are also customers!Regardless of your size, check out Marigold today to get the solution you need to grow your business!
Everybody wondering how to build wealth should listen to this episode with Codie Sanchez. Codie is a mastermind in turning 'boring' businesses into profitable ventures. She explains the allure of investing in everyday businesses like laundromats and car washes, showcasing how these often-overlooked opportunities can be lucrative. She also reveals her top strategy for increasing sales in small businesses, a hack that has proven pivotal in her success.We then shift to Codie's unique acquisition technique, a method influenced by Amazon's business strategies. She provides valuable insights into this approach, demonstrating how it can be applied to various business models for maximum effectiveness. Additionally, Codie shares her perspective on the burgeoning legal cannabis market, offering her thoughts on its current state and future potential.In the final segment of today's episode, Codie and James discuss her "Contrarian Thinking" course and newsletter, which embody the essence of challenging conventional wisdom and investing in unconventional ideas. Codie elaborates on the core principles of the course, emphasizing the importance of 'investing in yourself,' a philosophy that resonates deeply with the themes of James' book "Choose Yourself." This episode is not just about investments and strategies; it's about the mindset and resilience required to excel in the world of business.The FREE Contrarian Thinking Newsletter | Free your mind. Build your bank account.Contrarian Thinking CoursesCodie Sanchez's Website-----------What do YOU think of the show? Head to JamesAltucherShow.com/listeners and fill out a short survey that will help us better tailor the podcast to our audience!Are you interested in getting direct answers from James about your question on a podcast? Go to JamesAltucherShow.com/AskAltucher and send in your questions to be answered on the air!------------Visit Notepd.com to read our idea lists & sign up to create your own!My new book, Skip the Line, is out! Make sure you get a copy wherever books are sold!Join the You Should Run for President 2.0 Facebook Group, where we discuss why you should run for President.I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast.------------Thank you so much for listening! If you like this episode, please rate, review, and subscribe to “The James Altucher Show” wherever you get your podcasts: Apple PodcastsStitcheriHeart RadioSpotifyFollow me on Social Media:YouTubeTwitterFacebook
Cal Newport discourages you from quitting your job if you're nervous about it Episode 1147: If You're Nervous About Quitting Your Boring Job, Don't Do It by Cal Newport on Considering Career Changes Cal Newport is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Georgetown University, who specializes in the theory of distributed algorithms. He previously earned his Ph.D. from MIT in 2009 and graduated from Dartmouth College in 2004. In addition to studying the theoretical foundations of our digital age as a professor, Newport also writes about the impact of these technologies on the world of work. His most recent book, Deep Work, argues that focus is the new I.Q. in the knowledge economy, and that individuals who cultivate their ability to concentrate without distraction will thrive. The original post is located here: https://calnewport.com/if-youre-nervous-about-quitting-your-boring-job-dont-do-it/ Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalStartUpDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
From 'Baseball Isn't Boring' (subscribe here): Within the lengthy conversation between Rob Bradford and White Sox senior pitching consultant Brian Bannister was the thought process behind Chicago's dealing of pitcher Aaron Bummer to the Braves in exchange for Michael Soroka, Jared Shuster, Braden Shewmake, Nicky Lopez and Riley Gowens. Bannister goes into detail when it comes to what the White Sox saw in some of the trade's key pieces, while explaining how his voice was heard. To listen to the entire podcast, click here. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In the SEC Insider Hit Bo and the crew talk about who wouldn't be a good hire for MSU, what the school needs and how the SEC East is in for a rude awakening next year live in the BankPlus Studio. The guys look at names that people bring up and why some of them wouldn't be a good idea for the program. Bo mentions that Dan Mullen brought fire to the team and he talks about the importance of a coach that can inspire the team. The SEC east has been able to slide by with easier schedules and the guys mention how that changes next year with the conference merger. BO talks about some names that are floating around for the MSU job and how some of them aren't exciting and don't get people fired up. Out of Bounds is sponsored by BetterHelp. Visit BetterHelp.com/BOUNDS today to get 10% off your first month Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It has always been astonishing to me how hopeless some salespeople are in Japan. Over the last 20 years, I have been through thousands of job interviews with salespeople. We teach sales for our clients and so as a training company we see the good, the bad and the ugly - a very broad gamut of salespeople. We also buy services and products ourselves and so are actively on the receiving end of the sales process. Well actually that is a blatant exaggeration. There are almost no salespeople operating in japan using a sales process. But there are millions of them just winging it (badly). Why? On The Job Training (OJT) is the main training pedagogical system in Japan for training the new salesperson. This works well if your boss has a clue and knows about selling. Sadly, there are few sales leaders like that populating the Japan sales horizon. So what you get are hand-me-down “techniques” that are ineffective and then even worse, these techniques are poorly executed in the hands of the newbies. We like to buy, but few of us want to be sold. We like to do business with people we like and trust. We will do business with people we don't like and very, very rarely with people we don't trust. Neither is our preference though. The million dollar question is, “what makes YOU likeable and trustworthy?' Building rapport in the first meeting with a prospective client is a critical make or break for establishing likeability or trust. When you think about it, this is just the same as in a sales job interview. In both cases we enter an unfamiliar environment and greet strangers who are brimming over with preoccupation, doubt, uncertainty, reluctance and skepticism. If a sales person can't handle a job interview and build rapport straight away, then it is unlikely they are doing much better out in the field, regardless of what is glowingly written down in the resume. So what do we need to do? Strangely, we need to pay attention to our posture! Huh? It is common sense really - standing up straight communicates confidence. Also, bowing from a half leaning forward posture, especially while we are still on the move, makes us look weak and unconvincing. So walk in standing straight and tall, stop and then bow or shake hands depending on the circumstances. Smiling at the same time would also be good, depending on the situation.. If there is a handshake involved then, at least when dealing with foreigners, drop the dead fish (weak strength) grasp or the double hander (gripping the forearm with the other hand). The latter, is the classic insincere politician double hand grip. Some Japanese businesspeople I have met, have become overly Westernised, in that they apply a bone crusher grip when shaking hands. Recently I have met a couple of Japanese businesswomen, who are trying to out man the men and are applying massive grip strength when shaking hands. It sounds very basic advice, but please teach your Japanese team how to shake hands properly. Too weak or too strong are unforced errors which impinge on building that all important first impression. By the way, we probably only have a maximum of 7-10 seconds to get that first impression correct, so every second counts. We are all so quick to make snap judgments today, we just can't leave anything to chance. When you first see the client, make eye contact. Don't burn a hole in the recipient's head, but hold eye contact at the start for around 6 seconds and SMILE. This conveys consideration, reliability, confidence – all attributes we are looking for in our business partners. We combine this with the greeting, the usual pleasantries – “Thank you for seeing me”, “Thank you for your time today”. Now, what comes next is very important. We segue into establishing rapport through initial light conversation. Japan has some fairly unremarkable evergreens in this regard – usually talking about the weather or about the distance you have travelled to get here, etc., etc. Don't go for these bromides. Try and differentiate yourself with something that is not anticipatory or standard. Also be careful about complimenting a prominent feature of the lobby, office or the meeting room. I was in a brand new office the other day and they have a really impressive moss wall in the lobby. I will guarantee that my hosts have heard obvious comments about the moss wall from every visitor who has preceded me. “Wow, what an impressive moss wall ” or “Wow, that is a spectacular entry feature”. Boring! Teach your salespeople to say something unexpected, intelligent and memorable. In this example, “Have you found that team motivation has lifted since you moved to this impressive new office?”, “Have you found your brand equity with your client's has improved since moving here?”. This get's the focus off you the salesperson and on to the client and their business. For example, if you are a training company like us, you definitely want to know how the team motivation is going, as you may have a solution for them. Having a good stock of conversation starters should be basic for every salesperson. It might mean imparting some startling statistic that they may not have heard. For example, “I read recently that the number of young people aged 15-24 has halved over the last 20 years, are you concerned about future talent retention as demand exceeds supply?”. We might educate the client with some industry information they may not be aware of but which would be deemed valuable. An example would be: “Dale Carnegie's recent research into Engagement amongst employees found three critical factors impacting motivation. The relationship with the immediate supervisor, the team's belief in the direction being set by senior management and the degree of pride in the organization – what are you seeing in your organisation around the area of engagement and motivation?”. We face a lot of competition for the mindspace of our prospective clients. Busy people have a lot on their mind and we are an interruption in their day. Some of our prospective clients may be moving continuously from one meeting to another, so the attention span is shredded and the details begin to blur. They may have their eyes open but don't imagine their mind is in the room and focused on you. To counteract that possible external pre-occupation and to get them back in the room with you, use a question. If I suddenly asked you, “what month were you born in?”, I will guarantee I have your 100% attention. So questions are powerful disrupters of pre-occupation and we should have stock of little beauties we can wheel out when needed. For example, “most people I talk to say Abenomics is not having any significant impact on their business as yet. Have you seen any benefits yet?”. Another might be, “My clients' opinions seems to have changed – they are becoming more concerned about the possible future increase in consumption tax – is that an issue for your company?”. We want them talking about their business, because this is going to provide us with insights for a later line of questioning, as we try to uncover their performance gaps, needs, aspirations, etc. The very first seconds of meeting someone are vital to building the right start to the business relationship. In modern commerce, we are all so judgmental and quick to make assumptions. Dressing the wrong way may even disqualify us before we get to open our mouths. Simple initial errors in posture, greetings and conversation can be our undoing. Let's get the sales team's basics right and make sure they totally nail that first impression. So key action items from today: Refine an image through dress, posture and eye contact that projects confidence Stock your opening comments such that they are really well differentiated from all of your competitors, who have swanned in ahead of you Provide useful business references to introduce something new to the client that gets the attention off you and on to the client's business This is the rapport building stage of the sales process and it is both a science and art we need to perfect.
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In this episode, Braden starts by talking about his recent visit to New York City as part of a fintech conference. Simon then goes over what a target date fund is and if the new Lifepath ETF offered by BlackRock is a good option for self directed investors. We finish by talking about two stocks that are on our watchlist. Tickers of stocks discussed: TSCO, UBER, iShares Lifepath ETFs Check out our portfolio by going to Jointci.com Our Website Canadian Investor Podcast Network Twitter: @cdn_investing Simon's twitter: @Fiat_Iceberg Braden's twitter: @BradoCapital Want to learn more about Real Estate Investing? Check out the Canadian Real Estate Investor Podcast! Apple Podcast - The Canadian Real Estate Investor Spotify - The Canadian Real Estate Investor Sign up to Stratosphere for free
Hour 2 - Gresh and Fauria talked about the Las Vegas Raiders decision to release fullback Jakob Johnson and the comments from Fox Sports' Charissa Thompson about making up sideline reports. Andrew Raycroft, of NESN, joined the show to discuss the play of the Boston Bruins. Finally, it's the Lunchtime Parlay.
From 'Baseball Isn't Boring' (subscribe here): Former Mets GM Zack Scott — now of Four Rings Sports Solutions — had a lot of fascinating takes on the state of baseball, offering his thoughts on Brian Cashman's rant on analytics, how teams are approaching this new world of information, and why Carlos Mendoza is a really, really good hire for New York. And then there was his revelations when it came to the 2021 Trade Deadline deal involving Javy Baez and Pete Crow-Armstrong. Scott gives us a behind-the-scenes look at what transpired in that deal, the reasoning behind it and how it all evolved. To listen to Bradfo's entire conversation with Scott, click here. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Be boring! Repetition is boring but you are worth it. When you continue to do the same thing it's like you are paving a road in your brain, so that pretty soon you are just on autopilot. I was recently asked by my boss for feedback and I got to thinking about my best way of learning which is repetition. I work with a lot of people who are wanting change. How do you make change happen? Repetitive baby steps working towards a clear and specific goal. I wanted to share with you how I create habit mastery. See if you can benefit from the steps I shared. You may get kick back from your brain and you just tell it to be quiet! You will be shocked when you look back and see how far you have come on mastering your habits. Identify a clear goal and how it will feel to not accomplish that goal Start small Reward yourself Book Mentioned: Tiny Habits by Dr. BJ Fogg, PhD You can always connect with me and give any feedback or show ideas at Kimberley@KimberleySanders.com or on the following social media outlets: Twitter: @KimSandFit31 Facebook: Live YOUR Passion Fitness Instagram: @KimberleySanders_ Subscribe to the weekly newsletter --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/kimberley-sanders/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/kimberley-sanders/support
From 'Baseball Isn't Boring' (subscribe here): Former Mets GM Zack Scott - now of Four Rings Sports Solutions - had a lot of fascinating takes on the state of baseball, offering his thoughts on Brian Cashman's rant on analytics, how teams are approaching this new world of information, and why Carlos Mendoza is a really, really good hire for New York. And then there was his revelations when it came to the 2021 Trade Deadline deal involving Javy Baez and Pete Crow-Armstrong. Scott gives us a behind-the-scenes look at what transpired in that deal, the reasoning behind it and how it all evolved. To listen to Bradfo's entire conversation with Scott, click here. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
When Paul said this episode was titled, "The Boring Loser," we said, "hey - you're not boring!"On Episode 129 of the Paul Stone Sports Podcast, Paul brings some excitement to the idea of finding discipline in sports betting and how to digest and managing losing on a good chunk of your bets.Paul also brings an impressive winning record to the table today as he comes off a 6-2 winning weekend in college football and is currently 57.5% (46-34) against the spread and well on his way to a 9th straight winning season.Make sure you listen closely to this episode - not only does Paul provide a complimentary selection for the upcoming weekend, he also provides a special listener-only rate to access his remaining premium selections for the season that is not available on the website or anywhere else.See all of Paul's college football and college basketball packages available online here.
David Yontef from Behind The Velvet Rope is joined on my show today by his friend Sam who has a bone to pick with me about my dislike for Bethenny Frankel. Plus, the head of NBC claps back at Bethenny over reality reckoning. Our review of RHOBH so far, do you think it's kinda boring? And, RHOP Katie Rost is headed to rehab. Show is sponsored by: ***Visit our Sub-Reddit: reddit.com/r/thesarahfrasershow for ALL things The Sarah Fraser Show!!!*** Hellobatch.com/tsfs get your hemp, CBD, and pet CBD oils. Use code TSFS for 30% OFF your first order Carawayhome.com use code TSFS for 10% OFF your order at check out Cozyearth.com use code TSFS for 35% OFF Horizonfibroids.com get rid of those nasty fibroids! Honeylove.com/TSFS get 50% OFF YOUR ENTIRE Honeylove order for the month of November ONLY use code TSFS Lumedeodorant.com use code TSFS at checkout for $5 OFF Lume's Starter Pack, returning customers spend $30 or more and get $5 off your order with code TSFS Nutrafol.com Use code TSFS for FREE shipping and $10 off your subscription Oneskin.co use code TSFS at checkout for 15% OFF your order **Check out some of my FAVORITE things on Amazon Marketplace - especially if you're looking to get geared-up to start your own Podcast!!!** https://www.amazon.com/shop/thesarahfrasershow Advertise on The Sarah Fraser Show: email@example.com Got a TIP about your favorite show? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow me on Instagram: @thesarahfrasershow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Is new always better? Instead of always chasing the newest thing, is there not a way that you can appreciate the people and possessions already in your life? In this new episode Steven sits down again with leading neuroscientist, Dr. Tali Sharot. Dr. Tali Sharot is the director of the Affective Brain Lab and Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at University College London. Sharot's research combines neuroscience with the study of behaviour and psychology to examine how emotions and motivation lead to people's beliefs and decisions. She is the author of the award-winning books, ‘The Optimism Bias' and ‘The Influential Mind'. In this conversation Dr. Sharot and Steven discuss topics, such as: How to shake up your life Ways to break the feeling of being in a repetitive cycle Why people become immune to joy How to see what you've always missed How to have the best holiday Why you should take a break from your partner to improve your relationship How to keep a relationship spicey Why humans need the feeling of being in control The secrets of motivation Why the midlife crisis is real and the ways to beat it How VR can help people overcome fear Why happiness is low in midlife How to increase productivity Why humans get bored of happiness Why the idea of living your best life doesn't exist Why people need to disrupt their life How to increase your levels of happiness Why 40% of people quit a new job How to use change to improve your life The ways that social media is like prison Why social media is ruining expectations Ways to make people believe you How changing incentives can change your life Why Gen Z will change the world People becoming addicted to risk Why risk can help get rid of anxiety You can pre-order Dr. Sharot's new book, ‘Look Again: The Power of Noticing What was Always There', here: https://amzn.to/3SEbVp5 If you enjoyed this episode, I recommend you check out my first conversation with Dr. Tali Sharot, which you can find here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0DZK1nawEXQ Watch the episodes on Youtube - https://g2ul0.app.link/3kxINCANKsb My new book! 'The 33 Laws Of Business & Life' is out now: https://smarturl.it/DOACbook Follow me: Instagram: http://bit.ly/3nIkGAZ Twitter: http://bit.ly/3ztHuHm Linkedin: https://bit.ly/41Fl95Q Telegram: http://bit.ly/3nJYxST Brand Sponsors: Huel: https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb ZOE: http://joinzoe.com with an exclusive code CEO10 for 10% off WHOOP: https://join.whoop.com/en-uk/CEO Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
All the tea from Bravocon continues on today's episode. The VPR panel and new trailer to VPR admitted to filming with Tom Sandoval. Plus, why Lala Kent defended Tom Sandoval at Bravocon. The most boring part of Bravocon for me and David Yontef talks his new Louis Vuitton handbag. Show is sponsored by: ***Visit our Sub-Reddit: reddit.com/r/thesarahfrasershow for ALL things The Sarah Fraser Show!!!*** Hellobatch.com/tsfs get your hemp, CBD, and pet CBD oils. Use code TSFS for 30% OFF your first order Brilliantearth.com beautiful diamonds and jewelry ethically sourced Carawayhome.com use code TSFS for 10% OFF your order at check out Cozyearth.com use code TSFS for 35% OFF Dame.com use code TSFS for 15% OFF your order at check out Horizonfibroids.com get rid of those nasty fibroids! Honeylove.com/TSFS get 50% OFF YOUR ENTIRE Honeylove order for the month of November ONLY use code TSFS Nutrafol.com Use code TSFS for FREE shipping and $10 off your subscription **Check out some of my FAVORITE things on Amazon Marketplace - especially if you're looking to get geared-up to start your own Podcast!!!** https://www.amazon.com/shop/thesarahfrasershow Advertise on The Sarah Fraser Show: email@example.com Got a TIP about your favorite show? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow me on Instagram: @thesarahfrasershow Follow me on Tiktok: @thesarahfrasershow Follow me on Twitter: twitter.com/SarahFraserShow Book me on Cameo: cameo.com/sarahfraser Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
No games last night? No problem. On Wed.'s No Dunks ep., Skeets and Trey discuss Silver trying to take responsibility for the lackluster All-Star Game action, LeBron's lack of free throws prompting the Lakers to contact the league office, Robert Williams III's knee surgery, and Steve Kerr intending to step down as Team USA coach after the Paris Olympics. That, plus we hit the beach to answer questions about 5x5 candidates, director-coach comparisons, heel turns, silly NBA rules we'd like to see changed/removed, and the best movies we've never watched. --