In this episode with Michelle Casandra Johnson, we cover the importance of the grieving process and having practices that support it. We discuss how our practices have shifted since Covid-19 and the things we hope will not go back. Michelle talks about working with our ancestors and learning from their traumas and resistance as well as her special connection to her honey bees. Michelle wrote the foreward for my forthcoming book, The Essential Guide to Trauma Sensitive Yoga out with Shambhala Publications in May 2023. It was wonderful to connect with her here. Michelle C. Johnson is an author, yoga teacher, social justice activist, intuitive healer, and Dismantling Racism trainer. She approaches her life and work from a place of empowerment, embodiment, and integration. As a dismantling racism trainer, she has worked with large corporations, non-profits, and community groups, including the ACLU-WA, Duke University, Google, This American Life, Auburn Seminary, Kripalu, Mercedes, Spotify, Lululemon, and many others. Michelle published Skill in Action: Radicalizing Your Yoga Practice to Create a Just World in 2017; the second edition of Skill in Action, published by Shambhala Publication, comes out November 2nd, 2021. She teaches workshops in yoga studios and community spaces nationwide. Michelle's latest book, Finding Refuge: Heart Work for Healing Collective Grief, published by Shambhala Publications, came out in July 2021. Her upcoming book, We Heal Together: Rituals and Practices for Building Community and Connection, published my Shambhala Publications, is available for pre-order now and comes out in April 2023. Whether in an anti-oppression training, yoga space, individual or group intuitive healing session, the heart, healing, and wholeness are at the center of how Michelle approaches all of her work in the world. Michelle's Website & Instagram ----------------------------------------- Your support is deeply appreciated! Find me, Lara, on my Website / Instagram You can support this podcast with any level of donation here. Opening and Closing music: Other People's Photographs courtesy of Daniel Zaitchik. Follow Daniel on Spotify.
Tony Drummond, President at Moonbound Consulting, joins Rich Pasqua and Matt Sky of Arc as we unpack what it takes to build thriving web3 communities and sound tokenomics while avoiding common pitfalls. We cover: Common mistakes businesses and organizations can avoid when entering blockchain and web3. The most important keys to building successful communities and engagement. How to create experiences for users that are compelling, entertaining, and engaging. How Tony's generosity in sharing his knowledge and time is helping educate and propel the web3 community. Episode links: Website: https://www.moonboundconsulting.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tonydrummond Telegram: https://t.me/hyper27374 Twitter: https://twitter.com/Hyper27374 WEB3 UNPACKED: Arc: https://www.arctai.com
In the midst of doom and gloom headlines from the news, it is more important than ever to build community. We are in a war for the very fabric of society. People all over the world are in great need and desperation. This week we are going to talk about the importance of coming together to help and provide for those in your community, especially during this upcoming holiday season.
Have you ever felt like you didn't fit in? Have you ever moved into a new place and craved community but didn't know how to find it? This was me a few years ago. We moved to a new state the week COVID shut down the world. SPOILER ALERT: Not a great time to build community or new friendships. We lived in a new neighborhood bustling with new families, but I didn't really feel connected to anyone. It seemed as if everyone had their own group, and no one had kids our age so it didn't automatically match up. But what I learned is if I really wanted community I needed to ask for it. So I did…. Listen to this episode today to see how one simple text led to a community that has been lifegiving. Grab our childen's book:
This episode is full of hilarity and pearls of wisdom. Diania Merriam, the founder of the EconoMe Conference, stopped by to talk about all things personal finance and how to build your dream community. How she started the EconoMe conference. How EconoMe differs from CampFI. Taking on the "75 Hard" challenge. How the FIRE community can change your life. What do people actually talk about at FI events? A Skyline Chili debate that got ... a little out of control. The value of making things. Check out the Econome Conference - Save money using our coupon code MILEHIGHFI. Carl and Doug will be there, so come and hang out! - Join the Mile High FI Club – It's our email list! Get MHFi Merch – It helps support the show. Get t-shorts & more **Disclaimer: The podcast is for informational purposes. Maybe entertainment but we won't even make such a claim. You shouldn't take the info as financial, legal, or tax advice. We aren't certified financial planners or advisors. We're not qualified for much. So get advice from professionals.** Brought To You By: The Doug Show, aka Affiliate Marketing & Side Hustles 1500 Days, Carl's Blog about Early Retirement Email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Haley Zapolski (Zap) is the Managing Director of Jumpstart Foundry, a Nashville-based healthcare pre-seed fund. Prior to joining Jumpstart Foundry, Zap made a name for herself in Nashville through her community building skills, often hosting dinners with founders in the ecosystem and providing introductions to help facilitate new connections. Our conversation with Zap focuses on how she leveraged her networking skills to build community and opportunity for herself, what makes Nashville an attractive city for healthtech startups, and the fund she is raising to invest in healthcare companies. Learn more about Jumpstart Foundry at jsf.co Connect with Zap on LinkedIn Visit us at MiddleTech.com Twitter Instagram Facebook LinkedIn Logan's Twitter Evan's Twitter Middle Tech is proud to be supported by: Our presenting sponsor, KY Innovation Endeavor Midwest
Our first guest is Pastor Chris Battle, Founder of Battlefiled Farms and Gardens - and his new church "Knoxville Underground" - This man's goal is to teach people how to grow their own food, how to cook farm fresh foods for better health and wellness, and how to cultivate community through community gardening. The Battlefield Farms and Garden's motto is "Fighting Food Disparity, Building Community." We'll also hear about Glodine Davis of Johnson City, TN, and her beloved broccoli casserole by way of Fred Sauceman.
Dr. Loneke Blackman Carr, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Nutritional Sciences at the University of Connecticut and Dr. Anna Marie LaChance, a chemical engineer and STEM educator at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, both discuss the ways in which they cultivate community oriented lab spaces. Pulling from valuable sources of literature and former professors who they have worked with, they are deeply intentional about including and uplifting our communities to incorporate their voices in the process and impact of their research. Join us to learn more about their current work, their research practices, and how they continuously incorporate reflexivity in their respective fields.
Episode 88 is with Chris McCann, Co-Founder & Partner at Race Capital! Race Capital is an early stage venture capital fund that lead pre-seed and seed stage technology startups, interested in the enterprise/B2B space, especially anything within the infrastructure layers of the stack. The company prefers the seed stage because it allows for the greatest impact, using a founders' first, investor second, approach. Chris is the seed investor in Solana, FTX, Lightning Labs, Zeet, Notifi Network, and many other companies across Web3 and Web2. Prior to Race Capital, Chris founded and led the community program at Greylock Partners and prior to that, he was the Co-Founder and CEO of Startup Digest – one of the earliest technology focused email newsletters – which he grew to +1M subscribers before being acquired by Techstars. We talk to Chris about his journey in tech and venture capital. He explains the creation of Startup Digest, how he stumbled into VC, the importance of community, his early investments into bitcoin, Web 3.0 and much more. Race Capital https://race.capital/ Timestamps 2:55 - Intro to Chris 6:11 - Chris' Award-Winning Photography 13:00 - Creation of ‘Startup Digest' 19:50 - Working at Greylock (VC) 25:12 - What is “Community”? 33:32 - Learnings from Greylock 36:50 - Investing as an Angel vs. Investing as a VC 40:32 - Bitcoin and Ethereum 47:05 - Race Capital 51:30 - Securing an Equitable Deal 59:50 - Web 3.0 1:07:30 - Lightning Round
In the 20th installment of our Tuesday open office hours on TikTok Live, Chris describes some key details from the midst of 2023 planning. As always, we also opened the show up to Q&A and covered topics including: - How to build a valuable community - How to set goals that aren't about money - Thoughts on combining Product Led Growth with Enterprise Sales Motion - The formula to figure out customer acquisition costs - and more... Thanks to our friends at Hatch for producing this episode. Get unlimited podcast editing at usehatch.fm.
Jenn McCarron sits down with global recruitment strategy leader, and self-described Neurodiversity Warrior, Colin Minto to discuss the importance of compassion and understanding for leaders moving us into the future. To learn more about Colin and his mission to support forward thinking organizations with their neurodiversity journey, please visit: www.doitdifferently.club A special thank you to our CLOC Talk Live from London sponsors, https://www.pinsentmasons.com/solutions/vario (Pinsent Masons. )
Confused about credit? Keen to level up your score? Investories welcomes Bryce Conway, Founder of 10xTravel.com. Launched in 2014, 10xT publish a variety of content related to credit card rewards, personal finance, travel, and lifestyle to help you do just that. Bryce Conway shares his expert knowledge of credit and has since grown to become a trusted resource in the travel space, with our material being featured in multiple major news outlets and reaching hundreds of thousands of readers each month. Bryce 10xTravel Website and Community: https://10xtravel.com/ Investories: Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@investoriespod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/investoriespod/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Kyle: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yourmultifamilymentor Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/your_multifamily_mentor/?hl=en John: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hoopeezy/?hl=en Airbnb: https://airbnb.com/h/ponderosapinehaus
My good friend Ben Hunt is here for the fourth time on Panic with Friends. He's my go-to macro guy, and one of the smartest people to talk about the market with. And if I were going to do a show with any two people, like the All In podcast, it'd be Ben and Jim O'Shaughnessy for sure. Ben has been dead on with so many topics, and we've got a ton of topics to talk about in this episode. I wanted to talk about the FED, inflation, and what would turn him bullish. I wanted to get some pointers on the global macro and the SPAC market, to include thoughts on Fat Nixon. I wanted to talk about Robinhood and Citadel, and I want him to chime in on Apple having a monopoly. I also wanted to get Ben's thoughts about monetary policy as it relates to the UK pension debacle. I think you're going to get a lot out of our conversation. Enjoy! Guest - Ben Hunt, Co-Founder and Partner at Second Foundation Partners, Author and Co-Founder at Epsilon Theory howardlindzon.com, epsilontheory.com Twitter: @howardlindzon, @epsilontheory, @knutjensen linkedin.com/in/bhunt #fintech #invest #investment #venturecapital #stockmarket #finance Show Notes: Introduction (00:40) Welcome Ben (06:40) The best thing about getting older (10:17) Turning a layup into a loss (12:40) Lessons from Goodfellas (14:28) Who's in the PIPE? (18:49) Finance raccoons (20:11) UK pension crisis (22:53) Interest rates repriced globally (23:33) Pension funds can't make margin calls (29:59) FED creates liquidity crises (31:43) Overexposed to 15 years of low rates (34:35) What the blockchain brings (35:16) Loosening the yoke of Amazon, Apple, Google (35:44) Pension fund return projections (36:55) Ferocious bull rally? (40:54) Will the FED pivot? (43:58) Inflation wasn't transitory (46:11) Taking real world risks (50:36) Taking on the overlords (57:18) Wrapping up (1:02:12) Closing thoughts (1:05:58)
Join our Latin American Associate Leadership Team as they reflect together on the call to live as sisters and brothers across the Americas. Working as a team, they foster conditions for living in the spirit of Saint Francis, weaving unity in diversity—this is Good News! For a video version of this episode, see: https://youtu.be/pcnNdwxhONU From Arlen, Veronica and Camilo's interview: Arlen shares: “Our main function is always to be aware of the community, and of each associate that belongs to the community. In Nicaragua we are 2 groups: one is in Managua and another is in San Diego. Although there is a long distance between these two locations, we try to always be aware of the realities of each associate, their spiritual and material needs. … We contribute in creating spaces for communication and formation in the Franciscan charism and spirituality. I think that is the richness of our functions.” Camilo states: “It is interesting to be part of this Team, knowing that, unlike Arlen and Vero, at this moment from Colombia I am the only one in the association relationship. It has been an opportunity to meet and learn about faith and culture in the three Americas: North America, Central America, and South America. That is beautiful. We have to think about the language, about the appropriate words according to each country, in order to meet and share.” Veronica notes: “The Franciscan charism is expressed through people who serve in the Ecuadorian Amazon, in ecclesial parishes in different places, in ministries of the Word and the Eucharist, etc. And, day by day, I see that Franciscan spirituality also has an impact in our families, to which we all belong. In this way I have seen how the community continues to grow.” Veronica: “A year ago, was when we officially started putting our ideas together -Arlen, Camilo, Verónica- to see how to serve the Spanish-speaking associates. A dynamic of deep reflection was generated among the 3 of us. … In addition to promoting Franciscan values in Zoom teachings and circles, we put them into practice frequently. … We think about who will be in that meeting, when and what time suits better for them. And so, thinking of that specific group, we have connected. The value of Minority has been one of the bases that move our community meetings. Then we are always evaluating as a team: what is it that God did and what can we improve? We live an experience of community life where we get to know each other and discern the next call for service.” Camilo: “I have learned to work more as a team by being part of this team. For example, something as simple as understanding that situations can arise when planning a meeting, when we can or cannot connect, and that we can overcome it together. We have learned that preparing for the unforeseen is wonderful. For example, if we cannot meet together, we can meet asynchronously through chat; it does not obstruct the work and we have achieved a very rich experience. In addition to the minority that Vero mentioned, I have learned in practice to live the simplicity that characterizes Franciscan spirituality and its great power, to think of simple exercises that can include many and foster beautiful and powerful reflections.” Arlen: “Franciscanism is a way of life; when it takes root in your heart it is already very difficult to turn back or get out of the way because it is so valuable, it has so much wealth. I think that in the community we see each other as a family, I see another associate as a brother, as a sister, as a mother, as an uncle... because that trust is being formed, it is being strengthened day by day. I believe that when Franciscan values strengthen the community, then the community expands as well. Saint Francis said, we try to lead by example, with what we do for others and the way in which we live. This calls other people who are around us, because we have this lifestyle and they are always curious, asking who the associates are and what do they do, what is the path to become an associate? I think that this is where the Franciscan values lie.” Camilo: “There are two things that resonate with me when considering our call: the first is in the short term and has to do with embodying or concretizing the Franciscan values in our daily life. Always in our meetings … we ask ourselves and it always moves us: today concretely, how does conversion, minority, become a reality, how do poverty, contemplation and joy become a reality, where I am? I think this is a question that we must constantly ask ourselves. I believe that Franciscan spirituality challenges us to always ask ourselves that question as a community, too, and with all the people among whom we share. The second call that I see also has to do with our being together; it is to continue connecting beyond the borders that our countries draw, the borders drawn by languages, and even our religions. It is incredible the diversity among us and the enormous efforts that the sisters and associates are making to connect, learning to use zoom and various other technological means, learning how to communicate when some speak Spanish and others speak English, experimenting with how to build that bridge¡ That has made us connect and share courageously.” Veronica: “Our Franciscan community is no longer located just in Minnesota. Its GLOBAL character is a feature of its own. We are very different people, from different generations, who live in different contexts. But the interesting thing is that we respond to a powerful call: to live against the current of the societies we inhabit and bring hope there, where there is despair, we live in simplicity, dispossession, forgiveness, unity in the midst of those very strong voices that tell us to “consume more”, where there is war, division. I think that Franciscan Spirituality, as a lifestyle, becomes a reality with the simple examples that we learn from our brothers and sisters: we learn to live with detachment, with solidarity, in the midst of God's creation that calls us to be ONE.” Camilo: “I believe that our world often lacks joy, the ability to smile day by day and … feel loved, recognizing ourselves loved in our day to day. I think that particularly from what I have experienced in this relationship and the relationships that have been woven, it has been that ability to smile, that ability to live with joy, but it also depends on feeling deeply loved and how beautiful that these experiences that we are weaving can be shared and communicated to other people, in other contexts, and that they can feel that goodness and that power of the good news of love, of the joy that Saint Francis has taught us and that is the love of that God who loves us so much and so much he wants the good for all. I believe that we are weaving paths for other people, beyond whether they want to be linked as associates or not, they can share it. That is the beauty, sharing this charism.” For a full transcript, please include episode number and email: email@example.com. References: Franciscan Associates: There are many forms of Associates, Cojourners, Companions, Affiliates who are in intentional relationships with religious communities and congregations. The Franciscan Sisters of Little Falls, MN who sponsor this podcast, have Associate and Sister relationships that span the Americas, speaking English and Spanish. Here is a brief introduction: https://www.fslf.org/pages/franciscan-associates Saint Francis hearing the call to rebuild the church: to read the story, see Legend of the Three Companions 5:13: The Legend of the Three Companions: FA:ED, vol. 2, p. 76 (franciscantradition.org) Engaging Franciscan Spirituality, “Involucrándonos con la Sabiduría Franciscana”: a program for growth in Franciscan life. This program is in transition with staff transitions at the Franciscan Programs Ministry. It has equipped four cohorts of men and women to strengthen their spiritual journeys in the spirit of Saints Francis and Clare.
In this episode of the show Brian Sanders from Food Lies, The Sapien Center, and Nose To Tail discusses regenerative farming, how to raise the highest quality meat, poultry, pork, and eggs possible, water quality, fitness regimens, and much more! Check out Brian on Instagram @Food.Lies Get your Nose To Tail products here: https://nosetotail.org Check out Skip on Instagram @SkipKellyFilms Attend the Wondersoul Festival on November 19th in Austin, Texas here: www.Wondersoul.com/Festival --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wondersoulshow/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wondersoulshow/support
This week Authentically Detroit talks towing and the connection between Detroit and New Orleans.Donna and Orlando catch up following Donna's week-long trip to New Orleans. Dasjon Jordan and Chandra McMillion join them to discuss the purpose behind the trip plus the connection and history of the two unofficial sister cities.But first, Hot Takes once again covers the unjust parking ticket and towing practices in the city. Believe it or not, after we finished recording Orlando had a towing notice on his car!If you're interested in learning more about the recent towing controversies in Detroit, click here.
Pastor Kristian A Smith, a Cultural Curator, and community builder help his clients and congregants develop how they see themselves on the inside and how others see them externally. He understands that God looks at your heart and humans look at your outer appearance - and his mission is to help you maximize both! With Shaun's upbringing in the church and his own life values, he finds himself relating to Kristian's messages. Listen in as he discusses the process of deconstructing bad theology and helping us understand what the church is in today's society.Kristian joins us on today's episode to discuss:Religion being taught to children at such a young age and how it can pressure them Finding the right words to say to children Growing up with religion but feeling otherwise as you mature What exactly is “sin”?The bible and whether or not it is accurateKristian's story of how he found his community through social media Connect with Kristian:Instagram - @kristiansmith02TikTok - @thekristianasmithHoly Smokes: Cigars and Spirituality Order Breaking all the RulesFollow along @trustandbelievepod on Instagram for all of the latest updates!Wine night is back! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Many of us have something that we experience that isn't deemed acceptable-- it is sinful or unlawful. But, we still experience it. The problem comes when we don't process the emotion driving the action. It leads us to further want to participate in the potentially harmful activity. We talk about why the power of community is so important here and Phyllis vulnerably shares as she processes the grief from her late mother. To learn more go to: www.connectioncodes.co
The author of Six Until Me, Kerri Sparling, isn't blogging any more, but she's still looking for stories of connection and community built around conversation For 14 years Kerri wrote a daily blog about her experience with type 1. She put aside SixUntilMe in 2019. We're going to talk about her new book, what she thinks about the online community these days and what's next. This podcast is not intended as medical advice. If you have those kinds of questions, please contact your health care provider. Check out Stacey's book: The World's Worst Diabetes Mom! Join the Diabetes Connections Facebook Group! Sign up for our newsletter here Episode Transcription Below (or coming soon!) Please visit our Sponsors & Partners - they help make the show possible! *Click here to learn more about OMNIPOD* *Click here to learn more about AFREZZA* *Click here to learn more about DEXCOM*
https://www.ariellenissenblatt.com/ (Arielle Nissenblatt's) is he community team manager at https://squadcast.fm/?utm_source=Google&utm_medium=CPC&utm_campaign=Branded_Search&ad_id=596761134947&gclid=Cj0KCQjw48OaBhDWARIsAMd966AO5id91K0KlwT34L7vQrFEKwthvlI-TpDrWaazJf0VN9-G6lnS8QwaAnMrEALw_wcB (SquadCast), a remote recording software solution. Her obsession with podcasts began when she learned she loved being entertained by audio. An advocate and influencer in the podcast community, she founded https://www.earbudspodcastcollective.org/ (EarBuds Podcast Collective) in 2017. EarBuds is a weekly podcast recommendation engine that sends a newsletter with a theme and 5 podcast episodes on that theme, with each weekly issue curated by a different person. Arielle is also a founder of https://podcasttaxonomy.com/ (Podcast Taxonomy), an international multidisciplinary effort to standardize roles and credits in the podcast space. We talk about building a community as a long-term investment. Arielle shares her insight into what it takes to engage a community over the long haul successfully and how Arielle's podcasting influencer involvement is turning into a win-win for all. KEY TAKEAWAYS [03:02] - Arielle shares the history of her longtime love of being entertained by audio. [04:42] - The passion that led Arielle to start the https://www.earbudspodcastcollective.org/ (EarBuds Podcast Collective) newsletter in 2017. [06:42] - The bold move Arielle made that granted her entry into https://podcastmovement.com (Podcast Movement) and opened the door to a full-time job in the podcasting industry. [07:47] - The questions Arielle and her team are asking to build a thriving community team at SquadCast. [10:39] - Why community engagement and growth is a long-term investment. [12:08] - Digging in to successfully define community for an organization. [15:30] - The key teams that make the SquadCast community a success. [17:15] - How SquadCast employs social content and feed drops to promote and determine the community's needs. [19:00] - How the product development team is leveraging the community's input to bring about big design changes. [20:00] - The advantages of employing your community as the human side of marketing. [21:30] - Arielle shares how her position as manager of the community team and her involvement in the podcasting community creates a win-win for SquadCast. [22:44] - The pivotal moments in her journey that helped Arielle prepare for her job as an influencer. [25:53] - Half the battle is just being aware of what's going on and having an opinion that you really believe and can back up. [27:08] - I asked Arielle when she learned to delegate. [28:37] - Arielle shares the growth journey of Earbuds Collective—from its upstart beginning to fully monetized. [31:35] - Arielle offers her insight into other ways podcasters can profit from their shows outside of a financial return to make their investment worthwhile. [34:23] - I ask Arielle to share some of her passions outside of work. [36:45] - Arielle offers up the one expression about podcasts she's tired of hearing. [37:57] - Arielle shares her favorite book. [38:30] - Thank you and closing remarks. Contact Dino at: firstname.lastname@example.org Websites: https://authenticleadershipforeverydaypeople.com/ (al4ep.com) https://www.ariellenissenblatt.com/ (Arielle Nissenblatt) https://www.earbudspodcastcollective.org/ (EarBuds Podcast Collective) SquadCast Other Arielle Nissenblatt links: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ariellethisandthat/ (@ArielleNissenblatt) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/arielle-nissenblatt-90348356/ (linkedin.com/in/arielle-nissenblatt-90348356/) Twitter: https://twitter.com/arithisandthat? (@arithisandthat) Authentic Leadership For Everyday People / Dino Cattaneo Dino on...
This week on the classroom corner, we talked with Sophia Olivas for part two of our conversation, where we get to know Sophia and some of her publications and how women are the ones who build up communities when supported.
Join us today for a solo episode with Stephanie Skryzowski! On this episode of the podcast, Stephanie talks about the importance of establishing yourself as the expert in your field, and building authority in your brand or business. If you've ever wondered how people are asked to speak or present again and again, you'll want to tune in! With years of experience under her belt, Stephanie has worked at understanding the right (and wrong!) ways of establishing herself as an expert in the finance industry. She knows what it's like to be at the beginning of the journey without a clear roadmap. She also has been on the receiving end of communication and pitches that feel disingenuous. After listening to this episode, you'll better understand the importance of relationships and carving out time in your work week for authority building activities. I feel like when you start to be “strategic” is when things start sounding completely fake. So if I wouldn't do it in person, if I wouldn't say it in person, I don't do it online. - Stephanie Skryzowski In this episode, you'll learn: Why not to copy and paste a template How to play the long game with your business or brand. The key to writing genuine, heartfelt pitches and knowing where to focus your time and energy. Understanding the importance of sharing some of your knowledge for free The impact of spending time on the right activities that will build your authority. WANT MORE OF THE 100 DEGREES OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP PODCAST? Follow me on Instagram: @stephanie.skry (Tag me in your screenshots of the podcast and I'll be sure to share!) Are you feeling stuck with what to do next to manage the money in your business? Maybe you've logged into QuickBooks once or twice, but got instantly overwhelmed. Or you started to set revenue goals, but don't know where to go from here. Maybe you simply know that managing your numbers is the right thing to do, but you don't know what that actually means. Don't worry, friend! I've got just the thing. Managing Your Business Finances Like a CFO is my brand new 10 step checklist that will help you manage your business like a CFO without making it your full time job. READY TO STEP OUTSIDE YOUR COMFORT ZONE AND MAKE A BIGGER IMPACT? Click here to subscribe to the show so you don't miss a thing!
Enji sits, down with Gia Lowe founder of Glowe Group - a strategic partnerships agency that connects brands to culture; Co-creator of CURLFEST, a beauty festival with close to 40,000 attendees annually, and Co-creator of Curly Girl Collective, a community of more than 250,000 womxn of color. Connect with sis, @gia.lo Follow us on Instagram @ayeyosiscommunity www.ayeyosis.com
“Our mutual investment in one another's survival is our greatest resource, and our greatest hope,” says Kelly Hayes. In this episode of “Movement Memos,” Hayes talks with anthropologist and survivalist instructor Chris Begley about the lessons of his book The Next Apocalypse: The Art and Science of Survival, and why many of us might be preparing for the wrong apocalypse. You can find a transcript and show notes (including links to resources) here: bit.ly/movementmemos If you would like to support the show, you can donate here: bit.ly/TODonate If you would like to receive Truthout's newsletter, please sign up: bit.ly/TOnewsletter Music credit: Son Monarcas and David Celeste
In this week's episode, Chris speaks with Fernando Little, Chief Diversity Officer at Atrium Health and Minister of Music for his church. Fernando emphasizes the importance of communities of support and productive conversations. He underscores the critical nature of active antiracism, especially from company and community leaders.Fernando draws on personal anecdotes and his experiences in the workforce to talk about building a community of support. He focuses on supportive leadership, inclusivity, and open dialogue in the workplace, spreading health, hope, and healing for all. Fernando emphasizes the importance of optimism and not letting fear hold you back.Fernando discusses the importance of helping and serving others, particularly in current racial and social justice movements. His focus on supporting the people in his organization and personal life helps to strengthen his relationships. It creates a two-way street where he both receives and provides support. As such, it heightens the quality of his relationships and benefits from a service-oriented mindset. Such a focus allows him to build a stronger relationship with his community. Establishing a community of service and trust also allows for a more significant impact of acts of service, and Fernando is a leader within this space.Fernando's passion for service shines through in his work. Learn more about how to create similar communities of impact in today's episode.More About Our Guest:Fernando Little is the Chief Diversity Officer at Atrium Health and Minister of Music for his church. He focuses on building a service mindset in his community and maximizing impact of service.https://www.linkedin.com/in/fernando-g-little-08a57631https://atriumhealth.org/
In this episode we interview Brent Stubblefield of Join or Die Knives. Brent grew up in Alabama, eventually finding himself in Chicago to work in an inner city mission as a full time volunteer. His job was simple - keep their community shelter from falling apart. That's where Brent honed his skills in woodworking, masonry and more. As he learned the tricks of the trade, he picked up various hobbies and personal projects. Brent soon found himself gravitating to one thing in particular - knife making. He and his family moved to Richmond, which is where his hobby took on a full time role. Now at Join or Die Knives he's helping others enjoy the craft, while building a community around it. If you've ever wondered how your passion can be less of a career and more of a way to build community, then this one's for you! Life in Motion is brought to you by Actual Outdoors. They help build beautiful brands that highlight the approachable and authentic parts of outdoor recreation. Said simply - they “keep it real”. Find them online at actualoutdoors.com or on Instagram at @actualoutdoors. Tweet us and let us know what you think of this episode! @illuminecollect Find more episodes at https://illuminecollect.com/blogs/news/life-in-motion-podcast Since 2017 Illumine has donated over $28,404 to outdoor nonprofits and shared over 121 stories on the Life in Motion Podcast.
On this episode I have LA based trekker, outdoor adventurer, community builder, wellness advocate, and founder of @SweatSoGuud, Veronica Castro, join me on the show. Veronica has been blessing the outdoor scene with her wellness group hikes and is a female community leader we should all pay attention to. We chat about her very first hiking memories, scrambling up the Hollywood Sign, the backstory behind creating SweatSoGuud, incorporating wellness into group hikes, her partnership with @SelfWorkByMe, her top 3 trails in Los Angeles, the importance of inner work, tips and advice for long day hikes & newbie hikers, hiking for healing, exploring a Santa Monica mountain trail gem, her Mexico adventures, highs and lows from her Mt Whitney backpacking journey, her passion for dance and live music, and the one outdoor experience she would re-live all over again. Follow SweatSoGuud on https://www.instagram.com/sweatsoguud/ Support Just Trek on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/justtrek Shop Just Trek merch on https://www.justtrek.net/shop View photos from the discussed hikes on https://www.justtrek.net/explore Listen to more podcast episodes on https://www.justtrek.net Want to send me a message? Email me at email@example.com or DM on Instagram @just.trek Like the show? Leave a 5 star rating and review follow us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or wherever you listen to your podcasts. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/justtrek/message
We are back for the third and final part of our three-part series focused on affordable housing and increasing accessibility of homeownership!Today, we welcome Montell Watson to the show! Montell is the Director of Diversity Lending and Strategic Partnerships at Movement Mortgage. He and Clayton walk through his career in mortgage lending and helping Movement launch their Consumer Direct division. They also go into some of the initiatives that he has spearheaded over the years, including Grab the Key, some HBCU partnerships, and other community-based lending strategies. Montel also gives a glimpse into some other of the challenges and opportunities happening right now at Movement Mortgage, including originator recruitment, acquisition of a mortgage brokerage, servicing loans during COVID, and much more! Help HWMedia support those affected by hurricane Ian in FloridaOur mission at HWMedia is moving markets forward. Natural disasters like Hurricane Ian have an impact on homeowners and housing professionals alike.HW is running a fundraiser to make a donation to the Florida Realtors Disaster Relief Fund. Please check out this link to purchase a t-shirt or sweatshirt. Proceeds will go directly to support disaster relief in Florida.HW Media Fundraiser Link --> https://www.bonfire.com/hwmedia-hurricane-ian-relief-fund/The proceeds from each item will be donated to the Florida Realtors Disaster Relief Fund.The Housing News podcast explores the most important topics happening in mortgage, real estate, and fintech. Each week a new mortgage or real estate executive joins the show to add perspective to the top stories crossing HousingWire's news desk. Hosted by Clayton Collins and produced by the HW Media team.
Dawn is a perfect case study in the power of developing relationships to launch a product and build a brand. We discuss: - Aligning passion to a mission bigger than you- Participating in community and engaging important conversations- The benefits and levels of pitching to win money, mentors, access, and investors- How partnerships with massive corporations work and how they change your businessLearn more about Dawn and The MOSThttps://www.instagram.com/dawndoesthemost/
For this episode, I spoke with Tidjani Belmansour Ph.D. (@Tidjani_B), a Cloud Architect and the co-founder and director of the Microsoft Center of Expertise at Cofomo, on the importance of building community through formal and informal mentoring. You can find more information on my guest on my blog at www.buckleyplanet.com/2022/10/collabtalk-podcast-episode-60-with-tidjani-belmansour.html
COMMUNITY RELATIONSHIP EMPOWERMENT WELL-BEING The CREW is a nonprofit based out of Minnesota that has gone to great lengths to create spaces for children of color to learn how to interact with and grow with horses. In this week's episode we speak with Jenny and Kenatia from The CREW Urban Youth Equestrians about their journey as a fairly new non-profit organization and their vision for the future. Link with The CREW at https://www.thecrewurbanyouthequestrians.org/ On Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/thecrewurbanyouthequestrians On Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/thecrew_equestrians/
Sam Ortiz is a Brooklyn native who has been working as a professional photographer for nearly a decade with a strong focus on people and portraiture. Sam's path is a unique one - after 14 years building a career in IT, Sam started re-evaluating his life and how he wanted to live it. On today's episode, Sam tells us about how pivoting to photography married his technology background with his love for the arts, his role in the budding New York coffee scene and how building relationships face-to-face led him to building the community he has today, and the importance of mindset in how you approach what life throws your way. Speaking with Sam was truly inspirational. Enjoy the listen! MORE SAM: Portfolio: www.samortiz.com Instagram: instagram.com/samortizphotos/ MORE CREATIVE JUICY: Michelle's Instagram: instagram.com/mich_wainwright/ Visit CreativeJuicyPodcast.com for show notes, transcripts and more. Say hello to Michelle: firstname.lastname@example.org
On today's episode, I'm chatting with the founder of WeWoreWhat, Danielle Bernstein. Danielle is a fashion blogger turned business mogul that has built WeWoreWhat from an inspirational fashion blog to a brand empire. Danielle's go-getter attitude and business savvy mind is what brought her dreams to life and she doesn't hesitate to spill all the tea on how we can get there today. Danielle shares how she created business relationships & how to become a fearless networker, building a community, dealing with social media and negativity, and so much more. To check out Today's hot tip, Be Your Future Self by Dr. Benjamin Hardy, click HERE. To learn more about We Wore What, click HERE. To connect with Danielle, click HERE. To connect with Siff, click HERE. To learn more about Arrae, click HERE. To learn more about Icing & Glitter, click HERE. To get Ego Is The Enemy by Ryan Holiday, click HERE. Head to babeoriginal.com and use code DREAMBIGGER at checkout to save 15% off your order. Produced by Dear Media
This week on the classroom corner, we will be talking with Sophia Olivas, a speaker, and best-selling author. In this episode, we will get to know Sophia as well as how she plans on using a new tool, the metaverse, to help build new communities.
Today we are talking to Lauren Davis. Lauren is the founder of Lauren Davis Creative, a marketing and branding consultancy that will help you create memorable personal branding messages that convert to engagement and life-long clients. Lauren's entrepreneurial journey began as a child with a neighborhood business and a construction paper business plan. From there, she worked with her family's small business, eventually opening a successful record store and founding a non-profit organization. While at the record store, she noticed local entrepreneurs were feeling down. She realized she had a passion for entrepreneurs and small businesses. In 2010, she started a non-profit for local companies to educate themselves, get to know each other, and collaborate across networks. This non-profit is thriving, with over a thousand local members! Lauren recognizes our innate need to belong and understands the role of social media in building connections. She loves helping clients find a social media strategy that isn't only focused on quick hacks but constructing a personalized brand identity. Things we discuss: How Lauren moves through challenges and decides what path to take. Why social media is the #1 free tool at your fingertips for building community and telling your story. The importance of conducting an informal audience audit, so you can better connect with your audience. Playing the long game in business and on social media. How taking a break and shutting off your brain can lead to a better mindset and more success. What Lauren loves to do as a way of disconnecting from work. Links mentioned in this episode: Lauren Davis Creative Lauren's Instagram The Real Personal Branding Podcast WANT MORE OF THE 100 DEGREES OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP PODCAST? Follow me on Instagram: @stephanie.skry (Tag me in your screenshots of the podcast and I'll be sure to share!) Are you feeling stuck with what to do next to manage the money in your business? Maybe you've logged into QuickBooks once or twice, but got instantly overwhelmed. Or you started to set revenue goals, but don't know where to go from here. Maybe you simply know that managing your numbers is the right thing to do, but you don't know what that actually means. Don't worry, friend! I've got just the thing. Managing Your Business Finances Like a CFO is my brand new 10 step checklist that will help you manage your business like a CFO without making it your full time job. READY TO STEP OUTSIDE YOUR COMFORT ZONE AND MAKE A BIGGER IMPACT? Click here to subscribe to the show so you don't miss a thing! Click here to read the full transcript. Naomi Genota
Jennings Smith, the co-founder of Live Oaks Rental Property, shares the necessary skills to be successful as an investor and entrepreneur. He discusses some resources that have given him a paradigm shift in his life which ultimately changed how success means to him. With helping others and making a difference in the world as his main driving force, he shares the importance of making a mental commitment to your goals, setting achievable goals, and being accountable to yourself. [00:01 - 08:19] Opening SegmentIntroducing Jennings to the showBrief background and careerBuilding a successful community and mentorship group around multifamily[08:20 - 21:14] Building Communities through Live Oak CapitalHow Jennings found success by creating a group that is focused on real estate investingDesigned for people who are willing to put in the necessary work to succeedThe founder has found that the demand for membership in the group is outpacing the supply and that the group has been successful in attracting high-quality investorsJennings shares his experience with raising capitalFilling up a deal quickly and moving on if the investor is not happy with the offer givenHaving a six-week sprint group where everyone is required to show up every weekThe importance of setting goals and committing to making a difference, even if it means sacrificing some short-term comfort[21:15 - 33:22] THE FINAL FOURWhat's the worst job that you ever had? What's a book you've read that has given you a paradigm shift?Flip the Script by Oren KlaffWhat is a skill or talent that you would like to learn?What does success mean to you?Quotes:“A lot of people can't just take a course and close multifamily. They need a community. They need a network.” - Jennings Smith“The only way to get better is to do something not so good.” - Jennings SmithConnect with Jennings through Facebook and Instagram. LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW by clicking this link. WHERE CAN I LEARN MORE?Be sure to follow me on the below platforms:Subscribe to the podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google, or Stitcher.LinkedInYoutubeExclusive Facebook Groupwww.yonahweiss.comNone of this could be possible without the awesome team at Buzzsprout. They make it easy to get your show listed on every major podcast platform.Support the show
Today I am talking with Natalie Franke an author, community builder, neuroscience nerd and mama bear for small business. As one of the founders of the Rising Tide, the Chief Evangelist at HoneyBook, and author of Built to Belong, she leads tens of thousands of independent business owners while fostering a spirit of community over competition around the world. Connect with natalie here: nataliefranke.com -- PRE-ORDER MY NEW BOOK HERE: www.theenneagramletters.com Redeem your pre-order bonuses here: https://site.andrewsmcmeel.com/the-enneagram-letters-preorder Join the street team & let's have a book club together: https://sarajane-case.mykajabi.com/pl/2147613437 THANK YOU TO THIS WEEK'S PODCAST SPONSORS Every year you wait, life insurance premiums increase by eight to ten percent. Get a FREE personalized quote at ethoslife.com/egram LUS BRANDS: See yourself why they have over 30,000 5-star reviews! Right now, my listeners can get 15% off your first purchase of $50 or more at lusbrands.com With promo code: EGRAM — Call/text your enneagram questions to (828) 338-9127 Grab a copy of my book at www.thehonestenneagram.com Check out my YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/sarajanecase Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sarah English, Extraordinary Educator and teacher in Utah, joins this episode to talk about how to build community with your students this year. Sarah provides tips you can use tomorrow in your classroom to strengthen the relationships you have with your students and build a classroom community with trust and respect. She explains why consistency and patience are so important, and shares two stories from her teaching. Sarah enjoys learning about how the brain works, and she explains how she shares the science with her students. Sarah gives advice to teachers who want to learn practical ways to get to know their students better when there is already so much to do during the school day. Science of ReadingCurriculum Associates' BlogTwitterInstagramEmail: ExtraordinaryEducators@cainc.com
Are WEB3 and Community the same thing? How do you build a community is that different from an audience? In this episode you will learn: What does community building really mean, and how do you do it effectively? What are the benefits of building a community versus simply building an audience? What are the different types of community, and which is right for you? "Building community is the hot topic in digital marketing and content right now, especially around the development of Web Three. But what does that really mean and. How do you do it?" Heather Parady is a restless creative who is an avid explorer of how to build community and what that means both philosophically and tactically. She has been running communities for several years, but when she started learning about Web 3 she started thinking about it more deeply. Heather has developed influential communities, co-hosted NFTs for Newbies, and has been hired by some big brands as a community building consultant. Are you struggling to build a community that feels meaningful and lasting? If you're feeling lost and frustrated, this episode is for you. You'll learn Heather Parady's philosophy on community building, so that you can create a community that is built on purpose and belonging. Find Heather Parady: https://www.heatherparady.com/ Heather in Instagram https://www.instagram.com/heatherparady Heather on Twitter https://twitter.com/heatherparady Connect with me: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/madmotion/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Madmotion LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/madmotion/ Website: https://www.madmotion.com/ Editor https://www.linkedin.com/in/linah-macharia
This week Carol sits down with Petrushka Bazin Larsen to discuss the benefits of having a strong and supportive community, especially as a new parent. Petrushka is the co-founder of a Harlem-based family ice cream shop, an arts educator, life coach, parenting advisor and the mom of three young children. In 2018 she founded a mom's group aimed at helping new moms navigate the first few months with their babies. Carol and Petrushka offer lessons from their parent group experiences, and Petrushka shares helpful parenting tools, some of which she learned from being raised by a single mother and her mom's community of friends. This lively and advice-filled conversation is the perfect reminder that as parents, we are stronger together. Follow us at @GroundControlParenting and on www.groundcontrolparenting.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, we talk about how to build a large community of people who love and support you, the science of branding, and how to scale your business. We hope you enjoy this episode and if you'd like to join us in The Online Fitness Business Mentorship, you can grab your seat at https://www.fitnessbusinessmentorship.com Thank you! -J & M You can find a full transcript of this episode by clicking here Check out our new book 'Eat It!' at https://www.eatit-book.com If you have any questions you'd like to have answered on the show, shoot us an email at email@example.com If you enjoyed the episode, we would sincerely appreciate it if you left a five-star review. Join our email list & get our FREE '30 Ways To Build A Successful Online Coaching Business' manual: https://bit.ly/30O2l6p ---- Post-Production by: David Margittai | In Post Media Website: https://www.inpostmedia.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org © 2022 Michael Vacanti & Jordan Syatt
Today we're talking about building community through interior design - spoiler: it's great for your bottom line. Interior designers Maryline Damour and Jennifer Salvemini share some tips on finding your community, building connections, and keeping an open mind when it comes to your career path and growth. Maryline Damour is a founding partner and principal interior designer of Damour Drake. Her work has been featured in magazines including House Beautiful, Architectural Digest and Elle Decor and on PBS and The Drew Barrymore Show. Maryline is also the founder of the Kingston Design Showhouse, an annual showcase that celebrates Hudson Valley design and connects the design/build industry in the region. As a student of anthropology and philosophy, Jennifer Salvemini's academics evolved into a passion for aesthetic expression in all areas of culture. She developed an intense appreciation for deep sensory experiences and finds great satisfaction in fostering meaningful experiences for others. Jennifer's professional life straddles careers in hospitality and fashion spanning over 15 years in New York City. She began her interior design practice 5 years ago and has been creating happily in the Catskills ever since. *** ⭐️What does “building community through interior design” even mean? Today we're discussing building community through design. What does that mean? As interior designers and entrepreneurs, we often find ourselves living in “business bubbles,” feeling isolated and that we're constantly reinventing the wheel when starting our businesses. Jennifer explains the goal of community-building is to connect people to each other - makers to makers, builders to makers, designers to makers, designers to builders - to bridge all of these networks and create larger infrastructure, so we can support the individual work of one another while simultaneously creating opportunities for collaboration. When we work together, more interesting products get created. More projects emerge. There are more solutions to problems. And of course…it's more fun! Plus, collaborating with other creatives and artists can have a positive impact on your local economy. ⭐️How can I build my community and connections without a show house? Jennifer finds that using Instagram to connect with other locals, whether it be restaurants or building communities or artists, has been wildly successful. What about growing your Instagram? Marilyne says the way to get a million followers is via targeting. If you target the people who are interested, they will amplify the message to others who are interested. Marilyne's audience has grown by appealing to other creators. By targeting, you can grow your social platform in a way that matters to you and can ultimately feed your business. ⭐️Is it weird to have another interior designer in my community? It's important to stay connected with your fellow designers. Marilyne thinks that competition is only a thing if you make it a thing. There are more opportunities when you collaborate, and the market is so diverse in need that your clientele is likely different from that of your collaborators. ***
Yoezer Cassell is a junior at Covenant Christian High School. He won an internship with the Bank of America Student Leaders program, where he works at the Christamore House in Haughville, serving the economically disadvantaged. He shares what his service has taught him and how it prepares him to make a change not only in his local community but abroad. We are joined by Andy Crask, Bank of America Indianapolis market president, and Bailee Holt, a case manager at Christamore House Family & Community Center. Christamore House - https://www.christamorehouse.org BOA Student Leaders Program - https://about.bankofamerica.com/en/making-an-impact/student-leaders Video https://youtu.be/wir_n9yHJJM Join WAL Plus now for commercial-free shows and our complete archives - JoinWALPlus.com ---- This episode is brought to you by Iconic Insurance. Fifteen percent of Americans are left to find health insurance on their own. You might feel overwhelmed, lost, or frustrated, and if that's you, feel in control of your health with Matt Allen's help. Visit www.iconic-insurance.com/libertarians to get started. --- Chris Spangle and Leaders and Legends, LLC edited and produced this podcast. If you're interested in starting a podcast or taking yours to the next level, please contact us at LeadersAndLegends.net. ---- Looking to start a podcast? Download my podcast Podcasting and Platforms now, and check out my recommendations for buying the right equipment. ---- Q Sleep Spray assists in achieving a more restful sleep so you can wake up refreshed. Q SLEEP contains incredible ingredients, including melatonin, 5-HTP, and L-theanine, as well as a proprietary herbal extract, which synergistically promotes restful sleep and helps your mind and body rejuvenate. Buy Now - https://wearelibertarians.com/sleepspray/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices