Episode 213"Phoenix Extravagant" by Yoon Ha Lee, Chapter FiveJebi discovers their predecessor may have been involved in sabotage. Scott hits upon a theory that someone may not be as deceased as first thought, and Anita wishes she could give Jebi some advice.The Read-Along is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network (albertapodcastnetwork.com)! Follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @thereadalong, and join our Goodreads Group to get your discussion on! You can also follow Scott @scottybomb and Anita @nitabing, or e-mail us at email@example.com.The Read-Along logo by Erin Beever (@Erin_Beever), theme song and music by Kevin MacLeod at incompetech.com. This week's sponsors are:Park PowerThe Well Endowed PodcastUntil next time gentlereaders! Don't Crush On Your Boss - "Phoenix Extravagant" Chapter Five
Eine neue Folge REIF IST LIVE! Die TV-Legende Marcel Reif spricht über den im Raum stehenden neuen Interimstrainer Ralf Rangnick bei Manchester United, die aktuellen BVB-Probleme beim CL-Ausscheiden und er enthüllt wer für ihn der Topfavorit auf den Weltfußballer-Titel ist.
Ceri, Andy and Garry preview Michael Carrick coming to the Bridge with Utd and examine the game with precision. They are also joined by Luca who makes his debut on The Chels! chelseapodcast.net @chelseapodcast Produced by Paul Myers and Mike Leigh Engineered by Leon Gorman A Playback Media Production playbackmedia.co.uk Copyright 2021 Playback Media Ltd - playbackmedia.co.uk/copyright
PART 1 -- TIMELY WARNING -- PARENTS BEWARE: Controversial Virologist Dr. Judy Mikovits Gives Paine New and Grave Warnings on Big Pharma COVID Injections for Children, Plus Mikovits Dishes More Dirt on Former Boss Fauci. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
PART 2 -- TIMELY WARNING -- PARENTS BEWARE: Controversial Virologist Dr. Judy Mikovits Gives Paine New and Grave Warnings on Big Pharma COVID Injections for Children, Plus Mikovits Dishes More Dirt on Former Boss Fauci. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
PART 3 -- TIMELY WARNING -- PARENTS BEWARE: Controversial Virologist Dr. Judy Mikovits Gives Paine New and Grave Warnings on Big Pharma COVID Injections for Children, Plus Mikovits Dishes More Dirt on Former Boss Fauci. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to Yoga Boss episode 97, "Profitable Yoga Boss Concept: Intentional Marketing" Marketing is not about promoting yourself... If you are marketing your business without a strategy you'll end up posting, emailing, creating flyers without seeing a return on your work. You need a marketing strategy....and no I don't mean a content calendar (content calendars are not an actual strategy). In this episode I break down: -What marketing is-How to know if you have a marketing strategy-What simple, effective marketing you have to do-The Intentional Marketing strategy I teach my clients Join The Profitable Yoga Boss Group : https://bit.ly/Yogaboss
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Bryan & Brett are back with Drew Toothpaste and nobody is telling them how to live. // Brett invites Bryan to a big party. // Bretts plan to go sell drugs // The party guarantees washboards and planned long winded rants // Pay To Play Open Mic Rant Night // Ranting has it place but it shouldn't be advertised in an event // Ranting is stand up comedy that's not funny // Go 9 over the speed limit but never 10 // Pressured to speed when everyone else is // "Gen Z makes up 25% of the workplace—but do most of the complaining" https://nypost.com/2021/11/20/gen-z-is-25-of-the-workplace-but-do-the-most-complaining/ // Complaining about employees complaining to HR // Bryan would have her friends dad call in sick for him because he was nervous // They used to send us home with a holiday ham, now they give us 25% discount coupon for holiday ham // Your boss should buy you christmas presents // “Motivated by work that does societal good” // Flexibility in job hours means you work whenever they tell you // “People just don't want to work anymore” // Your boss monitors you for anti-boss activity // Employees go to HR to air grievances because they are told to do so // Come back when you been sexually assaulted // Everyone is trying to get out of there work including HR // "my employee refuses to lie to customers — but that's our policy" https://www.askamanager.org/2021/11/my-employee-refuses-to-lie-to-customers-but-thats-our-policy.html // Company does not offer refunds or cancellations but this is not stated on the website // They want employees to lie // Employee refuses lie under religious beliefs // Boss creates a lie they can just copy & paste // Boss having to speak to God on employees behalf after their lie // God showed the employee the way of making her boss' life miserable // Employee offers to be honest in reply to customers // The optics are terrible // Stuck with a decent person as an employee // 30 minutes of extra lying at the lying factory // Tell a kid their parents are poor // Best way to make sales is to lie // Give me the most expensive phone you have // Columbia House call center experience // Getting an angry caller at a call center is the worst experience ever // Your job is to not give them what they want // Kid Rock - Don't Tell Me How To Live - ft. Monster Truck https://youtu.be/agvibm7Wqy4 // Sounds like a skit for Ford F150 commercial // Old guy shit // For the millenials who didn't get the newsflash // We can be like monster truck // We all thought it was a joke see // What are we mad about again? // Sauced It Up // The song is Kid Rock telling everybody how to live // We love the song freebird // Dude Wipe commercial // Milli Vanilli references in 2021 // The song sounds like a SNL skit // Street Fight Mail - P.O Box 82306 Columbus, OH 43202 Street Fight Radio Call In Show - (614) 655-3887
Kamuela Enos was born and raised in Waianae, on the island of O`ahu. He received his AA from Leeward Community College, BA in Hawaiian Studies from UH Manoa, MA in Urban and Regional Planner. His masters thesis is titled "Utilizing Traditional Hawaiian Land Use Practices to Create Sustainability Paradigms for the 21st Century." He sits on the boards of numerous community based non-profits, and was recently a commissioner on President Obama's White House Initiative on Asians and Pacific Islanders. He is a llecturer at UH Manoa's Dept of Urban and Regional Planning. Currently, Kamuela Enos is the Director of the Office of Indigenous Innovation for the University of Hawaii. His work focuses on repositioning ancestral practice as contemporary innovation. Kamuela previously worked at MA`O Farms- a community run social enterprise. Show Notes: https://www.maoorganicfarms.org News Article on Center for Indigenous Innovation: https://www.hawaii.edu/news/2021/09/23/center-for-indigenous-innovation/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Music: Intro by Local Indigenous Band, Boss of Three https://linktr.ee/BossofThree
The Daily Fill Devotional is an audio podcast from Emmanuel Faith Community Church of Escondido, CA, based on the weekly written devotionals under the same title, also published on www.efcc.org. These devotionals follow the current teaching sermon series at Emmanuel Faith, and allow you to go deeper with God's Word each week. We hope you will enjoy these audio devotionals.
Chief Storyteller Tania Bhattacharyya shares how to become the trusted expert in your space via your vision, mission and niche.Time Stamps: [1:16] Embody what it feels like to be the trusted expert in your space [4:00] Vision is the foundation you build your house on - questions to ask yourself [5:26] Cathedral Thinking [5:58] If vision is the why, mission is the how [7:00] Finding your niche - what are you really good at, and what makes you happy? --Connect with Tania:LinkedInlumosmarketing.co (tell Tania that Alessia sent you!)https://bit.ly/LinkedInLumos: 14 LinkedIn Content Prompts (Freebie)Connect with Alessia:Text me! 949.541.0951Instagram: @corporatedropoutofficial and @alessiacitro__TikTok: @alessiacitro__ Show Support:If you enjoy this podcast please Rate, Review, Subscribe and SHARE this out on Apple Podcasts at The Corporate Dropout Podcast Big shout out to our team that makes this show possible!If you are looking to start your own podcast or join the network, hit up @upstarterpods on Instagram!
This week @Mattyshowtime stops by to talk about his experience at the @WSOP Main event from the perspective of a recreational gambler. Matty lived the dream won his way into the 10k Main Event! What did he learn? How did he do? Sit back, relax, grab a cocktail, and enjoy his trials and tribulations!
It's hoped the abrupt resignation of KiwiRail's embattled chief executive Greg Miller may help avert a nationwide rail strike that threatens to derail Christmas for holidaymakers and supply chains. However, the political fallout from his reign may just be getting up steam. Ruth Hill reports.
Women leaders have always had to work a bit harder to show that they that matter to others, but they never stop to think about what really matters to them. In this episode of Like A Real Boss, Andrea Johnson shares tips to help women do just that. Hi there, I'm Andrea Johnson, and I'm an Optimism Expert and Professional Encourager. My mission of helping others find true freedom is expressed through coaching, motivational speaking, podcasting, and building a global community of women, growing through following my six tenets of Intentional Optimism. I spent my entire childhood and adolescence battling weight gain and, ultimately, bulimia and depression. As an adult, I found several tools to help me manage, including gastric bypass surgery, years of antidepressants and counseling. In 2008, I was diagnosed with early menopause (at age 37), and told I had a 13% chance of a live birth using IVF. Then, in Feb. 2017, my mother finished her 15-year fight with breast cancer, and I finally sat down and truly walked through all the pain and anxiety and emerged, as if from a crucible, with a new life philosophy - Intentional Optimism.
This is about a entrepreneur father. Very independent and makes no excuses for himself. Listen in to episode about different ventures. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/30minswithpoody/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/30minswithpoody/support
Today we are sharing our interview with @iamnicolerequena! And I am so excited! Nicole is the owner of the Blissed our Boss and Club Fetch Philly! She is so inspiring and she's someone I look up to in business, I know you all are going to absolutely love her! I can't wait to share this episode all about boundaries, business, and finding bliss in life amongst the chaos! She also gives some great tips in her membership about how and why setting boundaries are imperative around the holidays! Find out more at https://the-end-in-mind.pinecast.co Check out our podcast host, Pinecast. Start your own podcast for free with no credit card required. If you decide to upgrade, use coupon code r-4222c3 for 40% off for 4 months, and support The End in Mind: Personal Development For Entrepreneurs .
Thom Zahler, David Miller, and I are back to talk about the final two episodes of Ted Lasso season two and talk about what we are expecting for season three. David - @blindnello Thom Zahler @ThomZahler Jesse @jessejacksonDFW
In today's episode, it's a pleasure to welcome Apoorva Sudarshan, Manager of Strategic Accounts at Mixpanel. Although we focus on metrics in customer success, Apoorva is such an interesting woman and I'm grateful we also talked about the work-life balance, customer success as an 'unconventional' career; and the tips for achieving happiness in your career. How to decide what to measure, how to interpret metrics and how to know the best actions based on the data? Apoorva is sharing what type of metrics you should be measuring in your customer success department: - Value moments for your customers - Customers' satisfaction - Engagement with your brand We also talk about: - Customer success as an 'unconventional' choice - Keeping track of your wins - How to achieve happiness in the role - The required effort for balancing work and life My favourite learning from Apoorva is: 'You are more than your working hours .' Connect with Apoorva: https://www.linkedin.com/in/apoorva42/ About Women in Customer Success Podcast: Women in Customer Success Podcast is the first women-only podcast for Customer Success professionals, where remarkable ladies of Customer Success connect, inspire and champion each other. In each episode, podcast creator and host Marija Skobe-Pilley is bringing a conversation with a role model from across the industries to share her inspirational story and practical tools to help you succeed and make an impact. Follow: - womenincspodcast.com - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/womenincspodcast - https://www.linkedin.com/in/mspilley/ - Instagram: @womenincspodcast Join the Women in Customer Success Network: https://join.slack.com/t/womenincs2020/shared_invite/zt-m3q3pkio-fgk0ssR6gHzoOEEdwa2f3g If you like this episode, you will also like: 08 - Customer Success Happiness - Shanta Bodhan 09 - How to Identify a Talent - Michal Harel 11 - The Future of Customer Success - Jill Favro Sawatzky 14 - A Journey from Science to Customer Success - Daphne Lopes 19 - How to Be a CSM Your Clients will Adore - Katie Sloop 23 - 2020 for Working Parents: a jOURNEY FROM pregnancy to WFH with Kids - Angela Guedes 26 - How to Lead in Harmony with Your Purpose - Sydney Strader 34 - How to Be a Boss of Your Career - Emilia D'Anzica 36 - How to Become an Expert on Yourself - Ronni Gaun 53 - How to Grow in Your Customer Success Role - Sindy Brucher-Sharma
Entrepreneurship is not for everyone. In today's episode, Andy answers your question on how you should draw boundaries without burning bridges while managing your friends, whether or not entrepreneurship is a skill or a trait, and how you should choose someone to mentor you.
A thoughtful conversation with non-profit dropout Tania Bhattacharyya on how she became an entrepreneur and professional storyteller for women.Time Stamps: [2:52] Tania's professional background in the non-profit space (and pulling back the curtain) [9:45] The importance of women being empowered economically via entrepreneurship [12:25] Helping women rewrite their narrative [14:30] How Tania found her zone of genius in storytelling [16:05] The outline of a good story and finding the WHY that makes you cry [18:00] The real hero[ine] of the story (Harry Potter and Dumbledore analogy) [19:19] Thought leadership defined [25:25] When it was time for Tania to jump off the cliff into entrepreneurship [28:20] Leaving behind the steady paycheck [30:40] How Tania helps women grow into their authority and visibility and the three S barriers that can stop us [34:20] Dismantling Imposter Syndrome and why this term needs to go ("Stop Telling Women They Have Imposter Syndrome" in Harvard Business Review) [36:23] Why things like perfectionism and quantity over quality that make us feel like we don't belong are characteristics of white supremacy culture [39:15] Leveraging LinkedIn and why [41:57] Why people don't show up on LinkedIn (and a one-liner you won't want to miss!) [44:04] "First thought wrong" and creating a pause [45:40] Tania's biggest lessons in the first year of entrepreneurship [49:40] VIP Days and working with Tania --Offers:Claim your FREE coaching call with Alessia that's just for Corporate Dropout listeners! alessiacitro.com/dropoutWhat you track grows! Visit 90dayhabits.co and grow what matters in your business by grabbing a copy of the 90 Day Habits Journal today! Use code CITRO for 10% offConnect with Tania:LinkedInlumosmarketing.co (tell Tania that Alessia sent you!)https://bit.ly/LinkedInLumos: 14 LinkedIn Content Prompts (Freebie)Connect with Alessia:Text me! 949.541.0951Instagram: @corporatedropoutofficial and @alessiacitro__TikTok: @alessiacitro__ Show Support:If you enjoy this podcast please Rate, Review, Subscribe and SHARE this out on Apple Podcasts at The Corporate Dropout Podcast Big shout out to our team that makes this show possible!If you are looking to start your own podcast or join the network, hit up @upstarterpods on Instagram!
Ladies and gentleman – we have a decision… OPEC getting nasty – there is no stinking inflation! Jeremy Siegel has a new prediction – maybe. Ending Kayak sales – due to immigration issues. PLUS we are now on Spotify and Amazon Music/Podcasts! See this week's stock picks HERE Follow John C. Dvorak on Twitter Follow […]
Gemeinsam mit der Welthungerhilfe startet der stern ein Langzeitprojekt in Kenia. "Kinakoni - ein Dorf gegen den Hunger" heißt die dreijährige Aktion, bei der gemeinsam mit den Menschen eines Dorfs in Kenia nach Lösungen gegen den Hunger gesucht wird, immer in enger Zusammenarbeit mit Gründerinnen und Gründern der jungen Start-up-Szene in Nairobi. Im Podcast "Die Boss" spricht Susanne Fotiadis aus dem Vorstand der Welthungerhilfe über Karriere und den Kampf gegen den Hunger.Eine Produktion der Audio Alliance. Gastgeberin: Simone Menne. Redaktion: Sarah Stendel, Sarah Klößer. Mitarbeit: Alissa Großkopf.Produktion: Loreen Rahe, Aleksandra ZebischUnsere allgemeinen Datenschutzrichtlinien finden Sie unter https://art19.com/privacy. Die Datenschutzrichtlinien für Kalifornien sind unter https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info abrufbar.
Terri Cole worked as a talent agent for actors and supermodels. She was your typical Type A overachiever with zero balance and no internal peace. Her ambition and fearless attitude fanned the “must get to the top” flames as she zipped across the country from Los Angeles to New York City fueled by caffeine, nicotine, and adrenalin. Her mission now is teaching people how to attract and sustain healthy, vibrant, Real Love into their lives and how to establish and maintain effective boundaries with ease and grace.
Willians Marques é o fundador da Tray, plataforma de e-commerce líder em PMEs no Brasil. Empreendedor de Marília (São Paulo) com dois exits (venda da empresa) na carreira, Willians atualmente é diretor da Locaweb Commerce. Co-fundou também, um dos primeiros meios de pagamento do Brasil, o Pagamento Digital, que foi adquirido pelo Buscapé, que posteriormente […] O post Willians Marques, fundador da Tray. A construção do PIB digital. apareceu primeiro em Like a Boss.
Encrypted messaging apps. We all love them. You don't have to be doing anything shady to want to make sure your messages are end-to-end encrypted. And for most people there's dozens of options. Signal, Wicker, even WhatsApp boasts end-to-end encryption.But what if you need something a little more secure? That's where encrypted phone companies like Sky Global and Phantom come in. These companies cater to a more discerning clientele with a need for a more secure messaging environment. Which is part of how they get into such trouble with the feds.With us today is Motherboard journalist Joseph Cox. He's gonna tell us about his newest feature: Crime Boss or Tech CEO? An Encrypted Phone Company Sues the Government to Save Itself.We're recording CYBER love on Twitch. Follow us on Twitch to get alerts when we go live. We take questions from the audience. Yours just might end up on the show.Subscribe to CYBER on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to your podcasts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Steven Gerrard kicked off his reign as Aston Villa Head Coach with a very welcome win against Brighton to break Villa's five-game losing streak. We look back at the Villa Park clash and the reaction to the game...and getting back from it.Also, we catch up on the latest Villa news, Media Muppets, Manchester City ghost crypto companies, the Kim Kardashian and Leeds United Afghanistan airlift and the USA Premier League contract.And lots more, including Kindle Davis...UTVGet a free share on MOMSThis episode of the My Old Man Said podcast is brought to you by Freetrade, the commission-free investing app that helps you build your long-term wealth. Get yourself a free share on MOMS, check out - freetrade.io/moms . As with all investment, your capital is at risk.UTVGET THE EXCLUSIVE MOMS PATRON PODCAST CHANNEL and JOIN MATCH CLUBIf you want extra podcast shows during the month and to join Match Club, please do support the show by becoming a MOMS Patron.For more details and to become a Patron, click here: Become a MOMS PatronFollow the show on Twitter at @myoldmansaid and join the show's listener facebook group The Mad Few.T-Shirt, Mugs & Merch Listeners can now buy a MOMS Podcast T-shirt or mug to show their support of the show and look cool, check out the MOMS SHOP to buy.CreditsDavid Michael - @oldmansaid Chris Budd - @BUDD_musicPhillip Shaw - @prsgameDan Rodgers - @avfc_vilrMy Old Man Said - https://www.myoldmansaid.comVilla Underground - http://www.villaunderground.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Communicating Effectively with Your Boss in a Remote Work Situation is especially tricky. Managing up is an important skill for those who want to get ahead in the workplace. It can be difficult. Communication with your boss is an important component of a Managing Up strategy. Anything regarding an Communications improve will definitely be a plus for your career mobility. It should be a goal for everyone to improve communications in the workplace, and of course that should start with your boss. Managing up communication with your boss is always a challenge. Managing communications with your boss when remote presents unique challenges that many don't really think about—but should. Communication skills management consists of three layers: managing down with the folks who report to you, managing laterally with your peers, and managing up with the people who are higher than up in the corporate structure. Guess where most people have a problem? And guess which feature is most important. We've all run across colleagues whose main skill is effectively managing their bosses. While we may not admire these folks, it wouldn't hurt to take a page or two from their book when it comes to communication. It is critical that your communication skills in business management are strong. Sometimes, effective communication in the workplace simply requires some training and effort. This is Episode 128 of the AP Now podcast. Sign up for AP Now's free twice-a-week ezine. Use box at left of www.ap-now.com Host: Mary Schaeffer (https://www.ap-now.com/) Credit: Music: https://www.purple-planet.com
Johnny and Derek go over the listener voted Top 10 Favorite Investment Platforms for Non-Accredited investors. We polled the Boss Lounge and these were everyone's favorites. The guys go over which ones they also personally invest in and their thoughts (good or bad!) on each. Listen to the episode to hear the entire list! Listen to ILAB 205 on iTunes here or subscribe on your favorite podcast app. Where we are: Johnny FD – Lithuania / IG @johnnyfdj Sam Marks – Barcelona/ IG @imsammarks Derek Spartz - Venice Beach / IG @DerekRadio Sponsor: FerretFerret is a new relationship intelligence app that can spot red flags linked to any potential business associate partners or suppliers to give you the peace of mind you need. Get instant access to the beta version now when you visit Ferret and use promo code BOSS Support Invest Like a Boss: Join our Patreon Like these investments? Try them with these special ILAB links: ArtofFX – Start with just a $10,000 account (reduced from $25,000) Fundrise – Start with only $1,000 into their REIT funds (non-accredited investors OK) *Johnny and Sam use all of the above services personally. Time Stamps: 06:34 – #10 Start Engine, Episode 121, Episode 179 13:53 – #9 Realty mogul, Episode 161 16:19 – #8 Betterment, Episode 45 21:37 – #7 Lending club, Episode 13 23:24 – #6 ArtofFX, Episode 3 25:49 – #5 Masterworks, Episode 146, Episode 193 28:23 – #4 AHP servicing, Episode 113 31:08 – #3 Worthy Bonds, Episode 150 35:03 – #2 Wealthfront, Episode 50 35:33 – #1 Fundrise, Episode 12 37:35 – Johnny's notable mentions If you enjoyed this episode, do us a favor and share it! Also if you haven't already, please take a minute to leave us a 5-star review on iTunes and claim your bonus here! Copyright 2021. All rights reserved. Read our disclaimer here.
You may be busy carving the turkey and making holiday shopping lists, but have you really spent time considering what makes you grateful? In this episode, Anne & Laya reflect on gratitude during the holiday season, covering how to tastefully thank clients during the holidays + how the concept of gratitude can help you reframe negative experiences, elevate your business, and improve your relationships like a #VOBOSS!. Transcript >> It's time to take your business to the next level, the BOSS level! These are the premiere Business Owner Strategies and Successes being utilized by the industry's top talent today. Rock your business like a BOSS, a VO BOSS! Now let's welcome your host, Anne Ganguzza. Anne: Hey everyone. Welcome to the VO BOSS podcast. I'm your host, Anne Ganguzza, along with my very special guest cohost Laya Hoffman. Hey girl. How are you? Laya: Yay. And Hey, BOSSes. It is so good to be back chatting with you, of loving our conversations and just let's keep it flowing. We got so much to talk about. Anne: Well you know, my calendar has reminded me, for some people, there's a holiday here that is Thanksgiving. Laya: Oh yes. Anne: And I thought to myself, you know what? It may just be one day on the calendar, but for me every day needs to be Thanksgiving. And I thought it would be a great opportunity to start talking about attitude of gratitude and how that can help our modern mindset and our businesses on a day-to-day basis. Laya: And I'm so glad we are, because it seems like such a small thing, or maybe even, I don't know, cliche in a way -- Anne: Yeah. Laya: -- to like act from a place of gratitude, but it is really the core of my business. And I believe helps center myself and my whole family to keep us on track and keep us grounded every day. So I'm glad you -- we're talking about it today. Anne: Totally agreed. And so I think that I have some things that I do that, that help me express my gratitude and make sure that I'm thinking about that on a day-to-day basis. And I'm asking, what do you do to express your gratitude or to think gratitude? I know what I do when I wake up in the morning. I really try every day to think about what I'm grateful for. And I just take a moment, take a deep breath and give thanks. And usually I have my loving husband around, my family of cats, and I always, whenever I see them, I just smile and I'm very grateful. And that just helps me to just be grateful for everything that I am fortunate to have in my lifetime. What about you? Laya: Yeah. You know, that's great. It's really just about being present and looking around, even if that's the simplest act of gratitude you can incorporate in your day. For us, we've taken it to a family level and a way to try to cultivate more gratitude and appreciation from the core for our daughter. So at dinner every night, we say, what are your gratefuls? You know, we're not a religious family for all intents and purposes. I'm Jewish. My husband, we're, we're a little loose in the religious space, and that's okay because our spirituality is really gratitude based. And so we say at night, while we're just sitting around having conversation, we say, let's do our gratefuls tonight. And we go around the table, and we say what we're grateful for. Anne: I love that. Laya: And sometimes it's the small things -- Anne: Yup. Laya: -- like how beautiful the weather was today, or this breeze you felt, or it's the big stuff, you know, a big win or the opportunity to use our voice for good every day. Anne: Yeah, absolutely. Laya: That's something we often talk about. My husband has another cool tip. I love that you say your family is included in this too, whether it's your cats or your partner -- Anne: Yup. Laya: -- but my husband actually has an alarm on his phone that is a gratitude check-in every day. I think his is two times a day. And it's just -- Anne: I love that. Laya: -- something that a beep that goes off. Yeah, right? And sometimes when it's just him, I guess he just envisions it in his mind. But if we're around he's like, all right guys, gratitude check-in, and we just rattle off three quick things. It helps you get focused. Anne: Oh, I love that. Laya: Like really remember what's important, especially if you're having kind of an off day, right? Anne: Absolutely. And like you said, even just the simple things like this morning, right before, right before getting on ipDTL with you, bacon. I am grateful for bacon and my husband who cooks it for me. Laya: I'm grateful for that too. Anne: Something, something is as small as that, but I think -- Laya: Sure. Anne: -- you know, it really helps to translate it to the larger picture, and it helps to really translate it into your business as well. And I think sometimes, I've been doing this for so long, you know, you tend to forget sometimes that it is a privilege to be able to literally roll out of bed, and, you know, walk over to my studio, and -- Laya: Yes. Anne: -- do this job that I love on a day-to-day basis. And I know it sounds like you said, I don't want to sound cliche, but it's true. I think we just, you know, everybody -- Laya: It's a gift. Anne: -- that brings up the gratitude at this time of the year or every day, it is something that is so important to be grateful for. And I know that, you know, we've talked about social media and how sometimes that can turn like sour and -- with reading comments, and I don't know, arguments discussions. I think if we start to approach our businesses with gratitude and maybe just push that out, manifest that out to the universe. And that's even in our social media, because that represents our business. Laya: Absolutely. Anne: There's so many eyeballs looking at us, and it amazes me because I try to put myself in my potential client's position while I'm reading Facebook posts. And I'm like, wow, there's so many people that are like, they're miserable, you know? Or they're not happy, or they're, they're complaining about where are the jobs? They don't know how to get the jobs or whatever. They're posting out there into the universe. And I think, gosh, if I were a potential client, I don't know if I'd want to work with this person. Laya: Right. Anne: Yeah. I think it just really speaks to your brand if you are expressing gratitude. Laya: Yeah. And you've hit on so many things that I just want to chat about with you -- Anne: Yeah. Laya: -- because you've totally hit the nail on the head. Think about it. If your words are energy, your thoughts are energy. They turn into words. They come from the heart. It puts this energy out there in the world. And whether you believe in manifestation or the power of attraction or anything like that, say what you will, that puts out an energetic force field around you. And so if you're coming from a place of misery, you're going to attract more misery. Anne: Yup. Laya: If you're coming from an abundant mindset, you're going to attract more of that. Now, if you apply that social media, right -- Anne: Yeah. Laya: -- and all the eyeballs on you, and you're griping, you've just doubled, tripled, you've magnified the negativity instead of magnifying the positivity. Anne: Yeah. Laya: Which is why in almost every one of my posts, my hashtag has always been for years gratitude is the attitude, love what you do, because I really do. This is a gift we're given here, no matter where you are on the trajectory or in your career. It's a gift to be able to use your voice and get paid for it -- Anne: Yeah. Laya: -- and cultivate someone else's story. And there's no better way to show your appreciation than knowing it. Anne: And if it's genuine, right? Laya: Yeah. Anne: And I'm just going to say, there are those people who will actually kind of poke fun at the people who are hashtag gratitude, hashtag blessed, hashtag -- you know, that has become something that I have seen. And I think that that's honestly, I think that's a little bit sad. Laya: Yeah. Anne: Because if somebody is expressing and it's truly authentic -- I don't want to say it's truly authentic. Some people, maybe it's not authentic, but who am I to judge? Right? Laya: Right. Anne: But if I'm posting that, I'm grateful for something somebody's making fun of that or kind of just poking fun at that whole hashtag thing, I'm sad for them. Laya: I agree. Anne: You know? Laya: I am too, because sometimes you do have to fake it 'til you make it. Anne: Yeah. Laya: We don't all have perfect days. We are -- Anne: Isn't that the truth? Laya: -- spiraling in a world of just a new level of anxiety where we're all at right now, especially coming through this pandemic. We're still in it. So sometimes you do have to put it out there and fake it 'til you make it. And sometimes you do have to remind yourself or have other people say, hey, great job. And I prefer to surround myself, especially in social, but in my private circles as well with people that are lifting each other up. Anne: Absolutely. Oh my gosh. Laya: If your tribe isn't also operating from a place of appreciation and respect and support and lifting each other up, then there is something more wrong with their picture. Then there's something sour in their space, and maybe they can't appreciate someone else's success or their gratitude because they're not happy with what's going on for them. Anne: Absolutely. Laya: And I wish there was a different pull there. Ane: Yeah, no. And I try to, even if that is the case, there's always a reason. Right? I think I'm trying to be understanding and gracious for everyone, trying to think that, okay, there's a reason why they're posting this, and it doesn't necessarily have anything to do with me. And so I try not to be angry or toxic at that either the fact that they might post something that is, you know, against, let's say my particular post or making fun of my post or for any reason, I try to just know, we don't know what's going on with anybody from day to day, from time to time. And I'm sure there's many reasons for them to post what they post. And I guess my other question, Laya would be, so how do we extend this gratitude from a business perspective to our clients? I know that I do periodically the year, I'm always expressing gratitude to my clients, and it means a lot to them. I think picking up the phone, believe it or not, and actually contacting my clients. And just, if I'm on the job or asking a question, making sure that I'm always thanking them for their business and really trying to connect with them on a human level to express my gratitude, to be able to work with them. As a matter of fact, I just made a post the other day that, you know, one of my partners in crime, my audio engineer, I love, love, love working with him. And I'm so grateful to know him and to be able to work with him that I, you know, I sent him a, a nice little post, and here's to you, John, thanks so much. Laya: Sure. Anne: I'm grateful to work with you. And it's amazing how many people chimed in. Laya: And lift each other up. Anne: Yup. Laya: And that gives credit and appreciation on a public level. Yeah. And like you said, definitely on that personal level, that one-on-one connection, it just deepens the relationship. Right? Anne: Yeah. Laya: And so to answer your question about how to convey or transmit this positivity, this gratitude into business, I think we need to take a step back as talent. I think back in the day maybe when voice talent were like screen actors, and there was this ego involved, like you walked into a studio, and I don't know, I hear crazy stories about talent from engineers and producers and creatives today that have these horror stories -- Anne: Yeah. Laya: -- about personalities and negative egos in the studio and how this talent wasn't willing to do this. Like I'm all about setting your boundaries, don't get me wrong -- Anne: Yeah, yeah. Laya: -- but -- and not being taken advantage of. But if you're the talent that comes to the booth with great appreciation, thanking each person in the session. Thank you for inviting me in. I'm so honored to be working with you today, or that you've brought me back for a particular project. And thank you so much, you know, at the beginning and the end of those sessions, then they will know that you, you know, really mean it -- Anne: Yeah, yeah. Laya: -- and you're coming from that authentic place, and that you take pride in your work, and you don't take it for granted. And I think people are more willing to bring those type of people back in than those with the ego problem and who couldn't be bothered or don't want to cop to whatever, 'cause we're all human. Right? Anne: Oh, yes. Laya: And that levels the playing field, for sure. Anne: And for goodness' sake, if you didn't have a good session, don't come back and post about it. Laya: Oh gosh. Anne: Just, you know, I, I cannot believe the amount of posts that I see where it's like, oh, I had a horrible session. Or the director drove me crazy. Or the client, for whatever reason, the client wasn't happy. If you can just walk away from that, I think that that really behooves your business -- Laya: Yes. Anne: -- because I myself have looked upon those posts, and I'll be -- and in my head, I'll go, ooh, not sure that's a good thing to actually post. Laya: I wouldn't put that on a -- exactly. Anne: And I won't say anything. So I don't think that we can ever have a really true idea of how many eyeballs are actually on that post. And I think we forget that. We become, you know, those brave people behind the keyboard, and just because somebody didn't like or comment on it, don't think that there aren't a thousand other people who've looked at it -- Laya: Sure. Anne: -- and made a judgment call right then and there, whether or not they want to work with you again. Laya: Absolutely. Well, the other part of that too is I would encourage BOSSes to consider or reframe those negative experiences to be, hey, what did I learn from this? Anne: Right. Laya: You know, there's a takeaway here that I'm not seeing, or what's going on for me, that I can't see the lesson in this. Anne: Yeah. Laya: And if you can flip those negative situations on their head, that's also a modern mindset as it pertains to the positive takeaway that can be from this. It's something I teach my daughter. So why not put it into practice myself? You know? Not everything has to be so humdrum when it goes wrong. Because if you focus on that, you'll continue to spiral down -- Anne: Yeah. Laya: -- instead of spiral up and say, you know what? I blew something there. Or they really didn't, you know, they got me beat on this, or I didn't get paid fairly enough or man -- but what is the lesson there? And if you can pull that out, even just one little thing, then you win. Anne: Always a lesson, right? Laya: Yeah. Anne: Always a lesson, even from something that didn't go well. And I don't want to just contain this to just jobs that you've done. I would like to also extend this for any auditions that you do. You know, just -- Laya: Oh yeah. Anne: -- just no talk, just to, there should just be no talk about any auditions because that's even more, I think, on the edge of potentially discouraging people from wanting to work with you. If you're going to complain about an audition or complain about the audition specs, even if you're on a pay-to-play and you're not getting auditions, I honestly, I just, I stay away from any of that type of chatter on social media, even in the groups that you think are closed and personal, and you know -- Laya: You never know. Anne: You never know who's in that group and who's looking, or it could be somebody that, you know, in the group that then ultimately private messages their friend, who happens to be a casting director -- Laya: Sure. Anne: -- or their friend who happens to be a potential client. And it happens all the time. How many times, right, do we read something and then maybe post something in Messenger to our friend or text somebody and say, oh my gosh, did you see that post? Or did you hear what he said? And honestly, that's just what happens. And I think that's what I think keeps me in social media control. But the other thing too, it also keeps me cognizant of being grateful and looking at, oh, look at this. I don't know. I don't think, I don't agree with that. I think that that's, that's spreading toxicity for me. It just gives me a good old reminder that let's just be grateful for everything. And I'll tell you, I mean, gosh, I'm the last person to say I have perfect days all the time. It may seem like it, you know? I don't necessarily want to present negative things, but I'll present things that I think have a value to people, that aren't, you know, necessarily being toxic. If I don't have a good day and I share it and I think it will help people, yeah. I'll share that, but I'm not necessarily going to complain about an audition or a job or a potential client to really kind of put a stain on my brand. Laya: And you hit the nail on the head is where my train of thought was going, Anne. It is the integrity of your brand. You are your brand. Anne: Yup. Laya: So the integrity of your brand is being put out there. And would you like the integrity of your brand to be compromised by your complaint or your attitude or negativity or your lack of gratitude for these opportunities that we're given on a daily basis when so many are not? I mean, that to me is one of the most profound things about gratitude is what you can do with, with the positivity and with a different frame of mind, as we've been talking about during this entire thing. To have the opportunity to just talk for a living in the privacy of our homes, when so many are really struggling out there, especially coming out of a pandemic. I don't know about you, my business had a boost during the pandemic because of these capabilities. How cool is that? How grateful are we? Right? And so I encourage everyone to keep that positive spin upwards, and also keep your projection outwards positive so you can attract more positivity. Anne: Absolutely. And again, I'm going to go back to when you are talking to your clients that you have currently. You know, there's nothing wrong with just sending them a note or picking up the phone, or I think that that probably almost means more than let's say a gift. 'Cause usually around the holidays, we all talk about what do you send your clients? Do you give a gift? How do you express your appreciation? Sometimes it's just really picking up the phone or taking the time to write a personalized note saying, you know what? I love working with you and why, and it doesn't have to be flowery professional language. It can be like, you know what? Your brand is so cool or I love your product. It means the world for me to be able to work with your company. And I love how easy you make it for me, and all those things that really compliment the person that hires you, the person that writes that check. And it can be, I think if you delve a little bit deeper than, you know, a surface thank you for your business, right, that's going to really mean a lot to the person 'cause we're connecting on a human level. And I think if we can push ourselves to go to the human level and just say maybe that one thing that just says, you know what, I love your product. And thank you for giving me the opportunity. You make it so easy for me to love your brand or whatever it is that compliments the person that's hired you or the person that you're communicating with. Laya: Yes. In fact, I have two ideas that are coming to mind right now. And so one, I want to answer the thought of how do you gift or do you gift or show your thanks around the holidays? I personally don't send gifts, hard goods. Right now, we're in a pandemic. Things have been weird. It's a big cost. And like you said, so many other big companies are doing those types of things. What I like to do is send, you know those e-cards? Anne: Yup. Laya: You can personalize an e-card and it just pops up in their box. It's a little bit different. You can personalize those as you go, and it doesn't cost you anything or maybe a couple of bucks if you want to make it frilly. That's one thing that I've done, and I've found some great feedback from and just deepening the relationship and the connection with our clients. Anne: Yeah. Laya: The other thing is, you really want to show gratitude? One of the best things I've found to do is to go on LinkedIn and leave them a recommendation -- Anne: Oh my gosh, yes. Laya: -- on their page. If you do that -- they're of course going to see it, but their colleagues are going to see it. And not only that, they're going to see your name as a voice talent and -- Anne: Absolutely. Laya: -- appreciative you are of working with that creative. In fact, I just did this the other day, and it even got me another job. So let me tell you how we did this, real quick. I worked with an excellent director in a session. I couldn't get his last name. It was just not appropriate for me to really dive deep. There was about 18 people on the call, but this guy was so on the ball and so efficient. He was honestly such a pleasure to run this session because of this, the way he was directing. Couldn't find him, but I knew his company, and I reached out to the principals of his company, and I said, hey, I just want to let you know, I just worked with John from your production team. And he was the honest to God the best director I've ever worked with. You're doing a great job over there cultivating killer creative talent. Thank you for making my job as a voice talent easier -- Anne: Yup. Laya: -- and just left it as that. Can you pass this along to John -- Anne: Absolutely. Laya: -- if you get that message, to go to his boss and give him that compliment? Oh my gosh. Yeah, it was a win-win win-win spreading that gratitude. Anne: Absolutely. Absolutely. That's a wonderful idea. I love the LinkedIn idea because it makes it public. And the other day I had one of my interviewees for the podcast for the AI and voice series, they were promoting the podcast and really gave me such kudos and said, thank you so much for the interview. It was wonderful to connect with a former educator -- because this gentleman was also an educator. And just, we were both like elevating each other. Laya: Yes. Anne: And I think it was so nice because I'm like, wow, thank you for what you do for the community and what you're doing for educating people in this industry and -- and all the wonderful work you've done. And I think that that just really generates such great positivity. And, you know, I guarantee you that there will be more leads that will come from that. Laya: Yes. Yeah. And then one other thing I was thinking of while we were talking is how do we convey that even in our social media posts, one thing that kind of gets my goat is when I see creative houses or casting put out the final video and we cast this. Well, who did you cast? Right? We're always looking to get a little bit of credibility for the creative that we put out. And when production teams leave out the voice actor, you know how that feels. Anne: Yup. Laya: And so knowing that from my standpoint, as a business, as a brand, as a human, as anytime I put the information or final product out there with permission, of course, I always make sure to thank all parties -- Anne: Yup. Laya: -- and tag them appropriately and give them credit publicly for the work they did, because we don't always see the same in return, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't do the same for them. Anne: Exactly. Absolutely. Laya: Follow them, engage, like, tag them, use their hashtags in your posts. One, it will increase your visibility. It will further your projection of positivity and show them, whoever they may be listening or watching from their side, hey, that you took the time to follow the right person, tag the right business, and give them credit. Anne: Absolutely. It's all about recognition, right? Laya: Yeah. Anne: And credit -- Laya: Credit is due. Anne: -- because we know it's always appreciated, always appreciated. Laya: Yeah. Anne: So in terms of gratitude, in terms of a daily, I don't know, a daily mantra, do you have anything that you do that we can share with the BOSSes so that they can maybe start to adopt this, if they haven't already done so already? Any, any tips, tricks? I'll start with mine. Laya: Please. Anne: I like writing it down. Writing it down makes a big difference for me to really understand and really feel the appreciation and the gratitude for things that I'm grateful for. And I'll just jot it down in my, and I have a little like journal on a day-to-day basis, and I just keep them as a list. And so if I'm ever feeling, oh gosh, if I'm ever feeling down or just, oh my gosh, what am I even doing the today? I like to go back and look at that list because it really is a great reminder. And it brings me joy -- Laya: Yes. Anne: -- to be able to see all those things I'm grateful for and accomplishments that have happened in my business because of that. Laya: Yes, exactly right. Milestones achieved, et cetera. I do another version of that that really just came to me out of sure -- I couldn't contain my pride in myself after a recent job I completed. And so I flipped the camera on myself, and I recorded a note to me that said, this was such an incredible opportunity. Laya, this is what it took to get here. This is what this feels like right now. I am so grateful for that. I saved the video. Maybe I'll post it if I feel cute when the project comes out. Who knows? But I have a folder on my phone, an album that has just snippets of video to myself to remind me when I'm having one of those days that doesn't feel so great to come back to source of like, wow, that really felt good. And see the passion in my eyes, my face -- Anne: Yeah. Laya: -- my body language and my voice -- Anne: Yup. Laya: -- when I knew it and I felt it the most. Anne: Absolutely. Laya: That's a great tip. I love writing it down. I usually jot down three things in the morning as well in my journal when I'm doing my Kundalini yoga practice. And then, like I said, the nightly round table with the fam brings everybody together. We'll even do it when we've got guests or visitors coming over. Makes everybody feel a little awkward at first, but it resets the mood, enlightens the levity. And when you bring people into that space -- Anne: Oh gosh, yes. Laya: -- they're like, oh yeah. Gratitude is the attitude. Anne: When I've done that, I've never had anyone complain. Laya: No. Anne: As a matter of fact, just the opposite. It's been like, wow, what an amazing, thank you so much for that. And what an amazing dinner. And everybody walks away feeling good. And I, I like that too, because in my family growing up, my family was never one to talk or open up about their feelings. Laya: Sure. Anne: I would always be that person. You couldn't shut me up. Laya: You don't say. Anne: I mean, so obviously I became a voice talent. Yeah. Laya: Right. Anne: So, but you know, during Thanksgiving I would start to do that. I would say, all right, guys, we're going to go around the table and say what we're grateful for. And I remember the first time I did it, everybody was like, huh, kind of awkward. Laya: Yeah. Anne: But as we went along, it just started to pick up momentum -- Laya: Yes. Anne: -- and it was really a beautiful thing to see. And like I thought, oh my gosh, I didn't think I could really talk heart to heart with my father. Right? He was always like, you know, the quiet one that went to work, and you know, this is showing you how my family is a little bit old school. Right? My father went off to work and didn't say much. My mother was the one that kind of stayed home with the kids, made the food and the dinners. And so when we started, as we were getting older, and things were changing and evolving, when I started doing that, it was really wonderful to hear what my father had to say, what he was grateful for and what my brothers had to say, when traditionally, we didn't really talk on that level to one another. Laya: Yeah. Anne: So I love how it just opened up the space and allowed for a lot more love to flow. Laya: Yes. Anne: Just a lot more positive feelings and all good stuff. Laya: Yeah. How beautiful is that, right? Anne: Yeah. Laya: So no matter how our BOSSes are celebrating this year or what these belief systems that you are -- or you've cultivated, maybe sit down and say, hey, what's everybody's gratefuls? And if it makes everyone a little uncomfortable at first, start with three. Anne: Yeah. Laya: Get the conversation going and put yourself out there and feel vulnerable. Right? Brene Brown says our vulnerability is the key to unlocking success and happiness and positivity and love and -- Anne: Absolutely. Laya: -- therefore, abundance. So you know, that gratitude will build on an abundant mindset, which will build on your business. Anne: Yeah. Absolutely. Well said, Laya. It has been a wonderful, wonderful episode. I am so grateful. I am very grateful to have you as a special guest co-host for these sessions. And I am truly loving our conversations as well. So thank you for that. BOSSes -- Laya: Thank you, Anne. Grateful for you and all these opportunities and your listeners out there, way to level up. Thank you. Anne: Grateful for our BOSSes, I am also grateful for our sponsor ipDTL. You too can connect and network like a BOSS and express your gratitude through the awesome connectivity that is ipDTL. Find out more at ipdtl.com. You guys, have an amazing week, grateful for all of you. We'll see you next week. Laya: See you guys. Take care. Anne: Bye. >> Join us next week for another edition of VO BOSS with your host Anne Ganguzza. And take your business to the next level. Sign up for our mailing list at voboss.com and receive exclusive content, industry revolutionizing tips and strategies, and new ways to rock your business like a BOSS. Redistribution with permission. Coast to coast connectivity via ipDTL.
The biggest science lab in the UK, which is also the biggest investment AstraZeneca has ever made, had its formal opening in Cambridge on Tuesday. Today's Justin Webb went to Cambridge to speak to Pascal Soriot, the boss of AstraZeneca, about his hopes for the £1bn research facility and the key role the AZ vaccine has had in reducing serious illness and death from Covid-19. (Image: Researcher working on AstraZeneca Vaccine, Credit: John Cairns/University of Oxford/PA Wire)
Mike welcomes a brand-focused designer and creative director currently based out of Los Angeles, Hazel Imogen. Hazel's approach and passion are helping bad-ass go-getters create meaningful brands that connect with their audience. This episode is as BOSS as she is! Highlights Who is Hazel Imogen? - 0:32 What she felt about the transition. - 2:36 Being comfortable being uncomfortable. - 5:44 What's one of the most important things to do during your transition as you start to work by yourself? - 6:57 Victories in branding. - 9:14 Hazel's process and how she captures details to make them come to life. - 13:35 What the landscape looks like. - 19:53 Her mission statement and creative stance on marketing. - 25:36 Episode Resources Connect with Mike Brevik: http://www.cyberdogzmarketing.com/ email@example.com Connect with Hazel Imogen www.hazelimogen.com
If you want to have a $10K month from your Facebook group in the fastest, simplest way possible, this episode is for you. During the episode I talk about: What destination events are and why they are THE # 1 way to grow your Facebook How you can make money from a destination event 3 steps on how to reach a 10K month from your group Connect with Market Like a Boss! Download Your First 100 Starter Bundle to help you create a Facebook group & add your first 100 members in just 30 days! Continue the conversation in Michelle's Facebook Group. Book your Accelerate to 10K call today to help you strategize on how to make money from your Facebook group & get you on the path to 6-figures! Listen + Subscribe on ITUNES or STITCHER I'd greatly appreciate a podcast rating and review so that this podcast can reach more women! Search for the podcast in your podcast app (Market Like a Boss) Scroll down and click 5 stars Tap “Write a Review” & enter a brief review Press send
For a first time manager, it can feel like a bait-and-switch: You were told you’re now a manager but what they should have said is you now have to lead meetings, give feedback, make hard decisions, manage conflict, set deadlines and hold people accountable, and about a million other things. Even for experienced managers, it can feel like we’ve never really developed all the skills needed to succeed at this part of our job. Today’s guest is Rachel Pacheco. Rahel is the author of Bringing Up the Boss, a faculty member at the Wharton School in the Management Department and a Start-up advisor. Rachel and I talk about what management actually is and then we get into some of the most common areas that managers - both new and seasoned - struggle with like setting clear expectations, giving constructive feedback, and motivating team members, and what you can do to develop these skills. Members of the Modern Manager community get 35% off Rachel’s book Bringing Up The Boss. Get the discount code when you join the Modern Manager community. Subscribe to my newsletter to get episodes, articles and free mini-guides delivered to your inbox. Read the related blog article: Management Fundamentals Every Manager Should Excel In KEEP UP WITH RACHEL: Website: www.rachelpacheco.com Book: https://www.amazon.com/Bringing-Up-Boss-Practical-Managers/dp/1953295010 Key Takeaways: Management is the broad term for dozens of activities managers are responsible for. These activities can be categorized as (1) managing individuals, (2) managing a team collectively, and (3) managing yourself. Managers who fear micromanaging end up not giving their team enough structure. Keep goals simple and few so your team can prioritize. Don’t be too goal-focused that your team forgets other important tasks. Give clear expectations for what “good” looks like. Explain the impact of what you’re doing to increase motivation and big picture thinking. Frequent feedback is one of a manager's most important jobs but we avoid it because it doesn't feel “nice”. Yet, withholding feedback harms our employees’ ability to get better, hurting their future success.
“First, recognize that you are the craftsperson of your life, and that you wish to take responsibility for the way you're pursuing craftsmanship and living the way of the craftsman or the craftswoman. That acceptance of responsibility for becoming the craftsperson of your own life is that first step.” In Season 2, Episode 61 of the Boss Uncaged Podcast, S.A. Grant sits down with the Publisher of the Life Masterpiece Journal, Charles Collins.
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Almost all of us have a lot of programming and limiting beliefs around money. Today, we debunk these with logic and talk about the truth about money.Time Stamps: [1:50] Everything we enjoy - art, concerts, clothing, trips - takes money. Desiring money means you desire a fuller life. [4:38] Money magnifies your nature. Your true self is amplified. [5:26] The 10 richest Americans and how their net worth reflects the value and level of services they provide to society. [11:28] Let's focus on the importance of employment, innovation, and creating economic benefit. [14:04] Money is neither good nor bad - it's all how we perceive it. [15:12] How to get rewire your brain to combat the negative money mindsets and beliefs. --Let's connect!What you track grows! Visit 90dayhabits.co and grow what matters in your business by grabbing a copy of the 90 Day Habits Journal today! Use code CITRO for 10% offConnect with Alessia:Claim your FREE coaching call exclusively for Corporate Dropout listeners! alessiacitro.com/dropoutInstagram: @corporatedropoutofficial and @alessiacitro__TikTok: @alessiacitro__ Show Support:If you enjoy this podcast please Rate, Review, Subscribe and SHARE this out at Apple Podcasts at The Corporate Dropout Podcast Big shout out to our team that makes this show possible!If you are looking to start your own podcast or join the network, hit up @upstarterpods on Instagram!
It's The Who's the Boss Podcast! Join us while we rewatch every episode of this groundbreaking 80s classic television show to get ready for the reboot starring Tony Danza and Alyssa Milano (and hopefully Judith Light and Danny Pintauro). We discuss what still works today, what doesn't, Angela Bower's awesomeness, Tony Micelli's machismo, and why Mona is actually the boss. New episodes every Monday and Thursday available everywhere you listen to podcasts. Things we mentioned in the podcast: Join us for more discussion at The Who's the Boss? Resource on Facebook Who's the Boss Theme Song Performances and Covers If you enjoy this podcast, please consider rating and reviewing. It will help us get more listeners. Visit us! We'd love to hear from you. @whosthebosspodcast on Instagram @whosthebosspod1 on Twitter The Who's the Boss Podcast on Facebook If you would like to leave us a voice message to use on a future show, go to https://anchor.fm/wtbpodcast and click on Message. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wtbpodcast/message
In this episode of the Sales Hacker Podcast, we have Marley Majcher, Boss at The Party Goddess! Inc. and author of But Are You Making Any Money?, a book she wrote to answer her dad's persistent question and solve her own money problems. Join us for a funny and insightful conversation about entrepreneurship, productivity, making money, and managing time. What You'll Learn Why SMB owners need to track their time Understanding your personal productivity cycles Bringing enthusiasm and good humor to your work Alpacas are not the same as Faroe sheep Show Agenda and Timestamps About Marley Majcher & The Party Goddess [1:55] The origin story for Marley's book [7:52] The mindset you need to develop about money & time [12:58] Event planning in the time of COVID-19 [19:20] An amazing story about an A-list celebrity and “strategic leakage” [23:08] Sam's Corner [26:25]