I'm excited to have Daisy McCarty on the show today so she can give us some insight into branding, messaging, and how to set yourself apart from the crowd. Daisy is a branding and marketing strategist and FCO of the Marketing Blender. In this episode, she gives us her take on the dental marketing scene so we can gain insight into what we might be missing (especially when it comes to branding) and where we can step up our game. Check out the show notes for more information!
S03E009 - Terry Begue joins the show to talk about customer retention and branding. At the start of the show, Julie and Corey give their thoughts on the topic and eliminating the friction in customer experiences. Once Terry joins, he talks of underpromising and overdelivering and his 4 abilities to sales. The three cover rebuilding trust when you lose it with a client/customer and how important it is to be a process driven business. They end the show with a few tips on how to retain your customers. Connect with Terry on his website (www.terrybegue.com) and buy his book! Shout out to FeedSpot (https://blog.feedspot.com) - The internet's largest human curated database of blogs and podcasts Podmatch is the platform to use when you want to find guests for your show or if you want to be a guest on others. Check them out (podmatch.com/signup/bizquik) Need some help with customer service or social media management? Check out Certivium (https://www.certivium.com/) Find out everything you want to know about us and our businesses on our website SBPACE.com. You can also find us on the following social media platforms: Facebook (SB PACE) Instagram (@sb.pace) LinkedIn (@sb-pace) TikTok (@sb.pace) YouTube (SB PACE) If you like our intro, hit up Pat Hilton on Instagram (@pathiltonlive) You can buy our book, Seriously? Now What?! A Small Business Guide to Disaster Preparedness, on Amazon. BizQuik is a Traxler-Harris production. #Podcast #entrepreneurship #startup #businessowners #businesscoach
Join Yvonne Brandenburg, RVT, VTS SAIM and Jordan Porter RVT, LVT, VTS SAIM as we talk with: Tabitha Kucera, RVT, CCBC, KPA-CTP! Look at all those initials. She is a master of behavior, so you guessed it… we are discussing behavior and calming patients. Question of the Week What behavior techniques do you want to learn more about. Leave a comment at https://imfpp.org/episode110 Resources We Mentioned in the Show https://www.chirrupsandchatter.com/ Cooperative Veterinary Care https://www.amazon.com/Cooperative-Veterinary-Care-Alicea-Howell/dp/1119130522 Fear Free Certification https://fearfreepets.com/ Low Stress Handling https://lowstresshandling.com/ Thanks so much for tuning in. Join us again next week for another episode! Want to earn some RACE approved CE credits for listening to the podcast? You can earn between 0.5-1.0 hour of RACE approved CE credit for each podcast episode you listen to. Join the Internal Medicine For Vet Techs Membership to earn and keep track of your continuing education hours as you get your learn on! Join now! http://internalmedicineforvettechsmembership.com/ Get Access to the Membership Site for your RACE approved CE certificates Sign up at https://internalmedicineforvettechsmembership.com Get Access to the Technician Treasure Trove Sign up at https://imfpp.org/treasuretrove Thanks for listening! – Yvonne and Jordan
Julie and Corey are excited to have Tom McMakin, co-author of How Clients Buy and CEO of the Profitable Ideas Exchange (PIE), on the show to talk about building trust with customers and clients. Before Tom joins, the BizQuik team talks about networking, collaboration, and the need to vent as an entrepreneur. Once Tom joins, they discuss how to sell without it sounding like you're bragging. They then talk about trust being the foundation of your services and the different types of trust. Tom finishes off the show by talking about building trust and displaying value. Learn everything you need to know about Tom including how to buy his books on his website (https://www.profitableideas.com/) Need some help with customer service or social media management? Check out Certivium (https://www.certivium.com/) Find out everything you want to know about us and our businesses on our website SBPACE.com. You can also find us on the following social media platforms: Facebook (SB PACE) Instagram (@sb.pace) LinkedIn (@sb-pace) TikTok (@sb.pace) YouTube (SB PACE) If you like our intro, hit up Pat Hilton on Instagram (@pathiltonlive) You can buy our book, Seriously? Now What?! A Small Business Guide to Disaster Preparedness, on Amazon. BizQuik is a Traxler-Harris production. #Podcast #entrepreneurship #startup #businessowners #businesscoach
On this week's podcast, Benton Crane talks with the Co-founders of Keto Chow—and one of our favorite clients—Chris and Miriam Bair. Together they discuss how to turn a side hustle into a full blown, busy business, the least painful way to delegate, and why you have to start building a strong relationship with your audience on social media if you want to succeed. You can find links to Keto Chow and more below. If you're interested in learning more about Harmon Brothers, you can grab a copy of our book here.Don't forget to like, subscribe, and share. Episodes published every Tuesday at 6 am EST. We'll see you on the next one.Find Keto Chow here: https://www.linkedin.com/company/keto-chow/ (Keto Chow LinkedIn)linkedin.com/in/chris-bair-ketochow/ (Chris Bair LinkedIn)https://twitter.com/ketochow?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor (Twitter)
Do you ever challenge prospects to think about money differently? By disrupting the status quo, you actually begin to build trust.On this episode of the Elementality podcast, Reese and Matt explain how to take greater control of the sales experience. The results may surprise you when you compel prospects to consider a new viewpoint.
Hear Ken Blanchard and Randy Conley discuss how to be an effective leader by using the skills of servant leadership and building trust. They share how to put the commonsense methods into common practice from their book Simple Truths of Leadership: 52 Ways to Be a Servant Leader and Build Trust. For more information visit www.simpletruthsofleadership.com
Read my new book, The Pursuit Of Excellence https://bit.ly/thepursuitofexcellence Full show notes at www.LearningLeader.com Text Hawk to 66866 for "Mindful Monday" This episode starts with a short review of 2021 and I share my goals for 2022. Twitter/IG: @RyanHawk12 https://twitter.com/RyanHawk12 Gary Chapman, PhD, is the author of the bestselling The 5 Love Languages® series, which has sold more than 20 million worldwide and has been translated into 50 languages. Dr. Chapman travels the world presenting seminars on marriage, family, and relationships, and his radio programs air on more than 400 stations. Notes: The Five Love Languages: Words of Affirmation - Words of affirmation is about expressing affection through spoken words, praise, or appreciation. When this is someone's primary love language, they enjoy kind words and encouragement. Quality Time - For those who identify with quality time as their love language, love and affection are expressed through undivided attention. This means putting down the cell phone, turning off the tablet, making eye contact, and actively listening. Physical Touch - A person with this love language feels loved through physical affection. Acts of Service - For acts of service, a person feels loved and appreciated when someone does nice things for them, such as helping with the dishes, running errands, vacuuming, or putting gas in the car. Receiving Gifts - Gift-giving is symbolic of love and affection for someone with this love language. They treasure not only the gift itself but also the time and effort the gift-giver put into it. My personal Love Language assessment results: Quality Time: 37% Words of Affirmation: 33% Acts of Service: 20% Physical Touch: 10% Receiving Gifts: 0% We all express and receive love differently. Consequently, understanding those differences can make a serious impact on your relationship. According to Dr. Chapman, this exercise is one of the simplest ways to improve your relationships. Here are some ways that understanding love languages can improve your relationship: Promotes selflessness - When you are committed to learning someone else's love language, you are focused on their needs rather than your own. Creates empathy - As someone learns more about how their partner experiences love, they learn to empathize with them. Maintains intimacy - If couples regularly talk about what keeps their love tanks full, this creates more understanding in their relationship. Aids personal growth - When someone is focused on something or someone outside of themselves, it can lead to personal growth. Shares love in meaningful ways - When couples start speaking one another's love language, the things they do for their partners not only become more intentional but also become more meaningful. It's not a feeling. The “in love” feeling wears off after about 2 years. It's an attitude to love someone. “I want to do anything I can to enrich your life.” There is a thought process and intention behind it. Keys to being a better listener: Start with the intention to understand THEIR perspective Do not interrupt the other person Wait until they are completely done speaking How to earn back trust? Forgiveness is not a feeling, it's a choice. You have to make the choice to forgive someone. Thank you to Verywellmind.com for help preparing for this conversation
The crypto community wants to work with regulators but there are issues Eric Anziani, chief operating officer of Crypto.com, and Anson Zeall, founding chairman of International Digital Asset Exchange Association (IDAXA), discuss their perspectives on the risks, challenges and regulatory uncertainties of crypto technologies as well as how it is shaping the payments landscape. They also share their insider view of what is happening behind the scenes in KYC and compliance as banks start to embrace crypto technologies. Banks and financial institutions as well as regulating bodies are now keeping up with the rising trend of cryptocurrencies, stablecoins, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) and decentralised finance (DeFi). The increased adoption by the consumers of the digital platforms will drive easier access to these digital assets. In this Masterclass hosted by Emmanuel Daniel, founder of The Asian Banker, the industry experts also discussed how the industry's activity is primarily driven by trading and payment use cases. NFTs and gaming are gaining traction as the new trends driving the use of digital assets. Anziani pointed out that one of the big use cases to grow the crypto space is in gaming and finance (GameFi). The gaming industry has 3 billion users globally and it can serve as a catalyst to drive the next wave of growth for cryptocurrencies. Zeall pointed out that to expand crypto spaces globally, the industry players must bridge the knowledge gap among the regulatory arbitrage. In order to be on top of the game, regulators must collaborate with the industry players as the widening of crypto spaces is inevitable. The following key points were discussed: ● There will be no pure cryptocurrency or other currency that will dominate everything. There will be multiple forms of money as people want the benefits from a variety of options. ● Bringing the crypto technology to the mainstream raises awareness on the importance of the emerging trend in the trading and payments landscape. ● Inflation and money printing helps to drive the growth of crypto. ● Payment use case in crypto is country specific as regulators have different views of crypto and how they want to protect their citizens from financial risk. ● China banned crypto exchanges and payments, but they are still very supportive of the growth of the blockchain ecosystem. ● Stablecoins play an important role in the ecosystem as it allows consumers to go back and forth between assets that are deemed volatile and those that are deemed more stable. ● There are confusions on the definition and impact of stablecoins and CDBCs. Stablecoins leverage on the existing supply of currency, while CDBCs affect the actual money supply.
Who Do you Trust? How do you know you can Trust them? What attributes lead you down the path of trust? Join V. Lee Henson, President and Founder of AgileDad as we explore what trust really means and how we can use the 4 Cores of Integrity, Intent, Capabilities, and Results to better apply worth and competence. It is great to be trusted! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/agiledad/support
It has been a great year for the Roofing Success Podcast! We have had so many amazing guests, we have really been blown away by the conversations that we have had. It is also amazing to see the growth in our listeners/viewers. We are reaching so many contractors, and believe we are making a significant difference in their businesses. On this episode, we review some clips from this year's episodes and discuss your team, your processes, your goals, building trust, and knowing your purpose! Join The Pitch Pro Movement! https://www.pitchpromovement.com/jim For Tips, Strategies, and Free Downloads visit our website and join the Roofing Success Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/1940365569408073/ https://roofermarketers.com The Roofing Success Podcast Text Jim @ (612) 512-1812 – Say Hi! I would love to hear your feedback, pros & cons! Please leave us a review!
Do you want to grow in your ability to build trust? Then it's time to do these 7 things and create stronger relationships. Join host Steve Wohlenhaus on the ANATOMY OF SUCCESS podcast and dig deep into what actions you can take to find success in health, work, and relationships. Expect transparent candor and challenges that require action, all to help you define success on your own terms.
In this episode of Soft But Stronger, David discusses simple ways to build trust quickly..Get in touch here:.Website: https://trustmanifesto.energy Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/droojitsu/ Message David: https://talk.volley.app/david.All episodes: http://softbutstronger.transistor.fm
You can't do everything alone if you want to manage a big business. In that case, you have to choose your partner well. Join your host Sam Wilson to dive deep into the importance of building trust in your business relationships. In this episode, our guest, Steven Louie, is joined by his co-founder and managing partner at Vertical Street Ventures, Jenny Gou, to share their pathway to success. For Steven, one of the important aspects to success in real estate investments is building relationships and trust. For Jenny, choosing the right people and partners is key. Stay tuned and know how both of them ended up together and how they've built their relationship and trust, among others. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review & share! https://www.brickeninvestmentgroup.com/podcast
This week's guest is Robb Holman. Ron and Robb talked about Robb's most recent book, Move the Needle. Robb also shared some of the most powerful stories we've had on the podcast to date. Don't skip this one. An MP3 audio version of this episode is available for download here. In this episode you'll learn: The quote that inspires Robb (2:36) Robb's background (3:46) About "Inside Out Leadership" (6:30) How to bring out the best in someone (7:37) A profound story that changed Robb's life (12:13) The reason Robb starts with people (16:53) The importance of first impressions (19:23) Efficiency through effectiveness (22:28) Leaving a legacy (25:43) Podcast Resources Right Click to Download this Podcast as an MP3 GA 305 | Building Trust and Leveraging Conflict with Robb Holman Robb on LinkedIn Robb's Website Move the Needle on Amazon Move the Needle Website What Do You Think? Which of Robb's stories moved you the most? Why?
If like so many humans socialized as women, you've been taught to believe having wants and needs makes you a burden or a bother, and that it's better to pretend you don't have any, this is your work, and I'm showing you why it matters so deeply. Tune in this week as I share six reasons why letting your wants guide you is so important, how denying them is eroding your self-trust, and a simple exercise to get you in touch with, own, and go after your desires. Get full show notes and more information here: https://victoriaalbina.com/149
Trust is the cornerstone upon which all other customer experiences are built on. Unfortunately, many businesses don't make an effort to build trust with their customers. Trust is the single biggest indicator of the future prospects of a business. High levels of trust will ensure the business continues to grow and vice versa. In this episode, Rick was interviewed on another podcast about the success of the Alloy Personal Training brand and the franchising opportunities available. In addition to explaining why trust is so important in business, Rick also gives tips on setting up good company culture and other entrepreneurship lessons.Tune in and learn what it takes to grow and scale a business and how buying a franchise is a shortcut to success!Key Takeaways - The Infinite Game – The goal is to keep going (05:57)- How to set up a good company culture (09:28)- Trust as a strategy (14:38)- How to scale your business (18:17)- Entrepreneurship as a personal growth journey (19:27)- The ideal candidate for an Alloy franchise (25:40)Additional Resources:Alloy Personal TrainingLearn About The Alloy Franchise Opportunity---------You can find the podcast on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts.If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!
A discussion of vaccines and trust. In an interview with Dr. Joshua Sharfstein, Rev. Dr. Terris King, pastor of Liberty Grace Church of God in Baltimore and former official at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services talks about his work building bridges between faith communities and health care during the pandemic and beyond. Dr. King also talks about his own journey to getting vaccinated.
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Short & Sweet Series: Building Trust On Your TeamWant to learn how to build trust on your team? Join Chris as he covers the tools and actions you can take today to start building trust within your team. Once you have implemented the methods in the episode you will be able to enjoy the high retention, patient safety, decreased conflict, and increased motivation/collaboration within your team. Ready to get started? Hit play and be sure to have your notepad handy!Never miss an episode by hitting the subscribe button.Want more? Check out www.nurseleadernetwork.com
Trust in your workplace... do you have it?Trust bleeds. It's a foundational piece to your business.Without trust, your business cannot thrive the way you want it to. --Thank you for listening to the newest episode of the Elite Professionals in Coaching Podcast! Did you love this episode of the E.P.I.C. Podcast? I would appreciate it if you shared it with a few people that you think would also be interested in listening to this weeks' topic.Also, be sure to subscribe so you know when the next episode will be arriving! Got an extra minute? Give this podcast a review on the platform you are using. It would be greatly appreciated.--If you want to check out With Purpose, you can do it here: WithPurposellc.comCheck out the With Purpose blog: https://withpurposellc.com/blogConnect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisaird/With Purpose Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/WithPurposellc/Follow With Purpose on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/withpurposeconsulting/--Are you overwhelmed as a business owner? Do you take the time to work on your business and not just inside of it? Has your personal life been suffering because you spend more time than what you thought you needed to inside your business?Whatever problem you may have, you can get away from that. It has been happening with my clients. With real processes to get your work done in a more efficient manner, and fix your mindset, you can break away. Click here to learn more: http://grow.withpurposellc.com/bbbmasterclass
California Mortgage Broker Joe Green is The Little Engine That Could. After first going independent just before the '08 market crash, Joe is back but had to start from scratch. He went from buying leads with an end goal of four loans a month to becoming a 100% referral-based business averaging twelve loans a month. He doesn't credit his success to anything crazy. Just be there for your client, communicate clearly, and always strive to do everything you can to help make their life easier. If you do this consistently, everything will accumulate. You don't need to take leaps and bounds; take everything step by step. Returning to the Wholesale Channel in 2013, Joe didn't find his footing right away. It took him 18 months to get going again. Joe claims that the slow ramp-up was his biggest hurdle, but he wouldn't give up on himself. He sent out mailers, bought leads, and sat through many coffee appointments. But most importantly, when leads became opportunities, Joe made sure to communicate clearly and concisely with everyone. Clients and realtor partners want to be updated whether you have good news or bad news; nobody wants to feel out of the loop. Slowly but surely, by doing right by every customer during every transaction, Joe built a book of business based entirely on referrals. Instead of ignoring realtors during the 2020 refi-boom, Joe made sure to stay top-of-mind with his partners. Refis are easy, “but you pay the price in the long run,” Joe says. If you aren't active in purchases now, you won't have any relationships when the rates rise again. Joe shares a great example where a deal fell through with a small builder in his local area. Instead of moving on, Joe stayed in touch and was the first person the builder went to when his duplex tenants wanted to refinance. “I have a simple motto,” Joe shares, “help people get things done.” Want to redo your bathroom? Joe's got a guy. Need a financial planner? Joe can send you a reference. Help people with no motive other than providing a service, and the “universe just ends up taking care of you.” Joe shares one last piece of advice by disputing a common saying. “You know that saying that you can't teach an old dog new tricks? It's a lie.” Just listen to people, understand you still have a lot to learn, never stop growing, and stay enthusiastic. Notes: Intro to The Wholesale Channel (1:26Operations (6:06)Referrals (11:42)Family Business (25:48)Parting Advice (36:11) This episode is sponsored by EPM.
Digital Content Strategist Nicole Davis talks with Sreynin Peng, celebrity nail artist with more than 20 years of experience in the industry, about her career and how she got to where she is today. Topics Discussed: Serynin's beginnings in the nail industry. Her top three pieces of advice for young nail techs. The best ways to set goals for yourself. Sign up for the Modern Salon and NAILS newsletters! Stay up to date with the latest industry news and trends:
This week we continue our series of our four part series on building trust during the holiday season and helping you keep that momentum into the new year! On this episode, Nick is joined by Dee from Avec Drinks who discuss a range of topics from, how to attract new customers, how to market to existing customers and the challenges e-commerce brands face in January and how to overcome them.For a limited time, all “Winning with Shopify” listeners can receive 30 days of text messages from Yotpo SMSBump for FREE. Sign up today to start driving 25x ROI with the easiest channel you'll ever build here.We have a webinar you can join in January! Please find out more here. Want to be involved in the podcast? You can get involved here.Support the show (https://www.facebook.com/groups/WinningWithShopify/)
The study of neuroscience and in particular how the brain builds trust has become a focus point for leaders and companies that are looking to engage in a more meaningful way with their staff, society and key stakeholders. Of course, for businesses, building trust can be a lengthy and detailed process which happens over time, while conversely the loss of trust can happen very quickly with long lasting impacts. There's no doubt that over the past couple of years the pandemic has really tested the notion of trust that consumers have in businesses. In this episode we look at organisational trust and neuroscience. Join host Whitney Fitzsimmons as she speaks to TEDx Speaker Dr Sarah McKay, Professor Nicole Gillespie, Chair of KPMG Organisational Trust and Nick Mann, CEO of Swisse Wellness. Episode related link: https://drsarahmckay.com/my-tedx-talk-indulge-your-neurobiology
"You need to share with the people who really can help push you forward. People who share your vision and share the feeling that you're going for and see your greatness and help guide you." You have the power to change your story. If you're feeling stuck, unhappy with where you are, or just have a feeling that there is something bigger out there for you, you are not alone. And you have the power to make that shift within you. This week on Rock Your Joy, Aine talks about tuning into your vision through stillness, harboring trust for your dreams within yourself, and building a support system of people who believe in you. Don't forget to keep an eye on http://www.ainerock.com/members (the website) for more information on how to join a community of high caliber, high performance women discovering their dreams and goals. (00:49) - Feel the fear and do it anyway (02:25) - Change the story (03:56) - Environment (04:55) - Moving toward a feeling (07:03) - Trust (09:04) - Looking for guidance within (10:57) - Support from others https://www.instagram.com/aine_rockyourjoy/ (Aine Rock) is an artist, entrepreneur, mom and High Performance Coach working on becoming the best version of herself and inspiring others to do the same. Rock Your Joy is a place for women to share the unique ways they find, cultivate, and celebrate joy. We're often so focused on things happening to us that we forget that joy exists within us. Tune in every other week as we find that joy, together.
Listen and explore:"Correct it" - Julie-Roxane's recent mistakeThe fears we have of "coming clean" with our mistakes and why the truth is often exactly the oppositeMistakes are how we learn how to think for ourselves"Ask for forgiveness, not permission"Responding to mistakes: the blame game vs. curious inquiryTransmuting lead into gold: Alasdair's $5,000 mistake Why you don't want to work with someone who isn't making mistakesLife is easier when we surround ourselves with people who feel empowered to make mistakesHolding space for each other's mistakes (and holding each other accountable) is loveMentioned on this episode:The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-ExupéryPositive Parenting: An Essential Guide by Rebecca Eanes Connect with us:Website: www.thefarout.lifeEmail us at email@example.comWild Within @ www.thewildwithin.orgSupport this podcast:Discount link to purchase organic, raw ceremonial-grade cacao ethically sourced in Guatemala (a portion of proceeds support this podcast)Become a patron at: https://www.patreon.com/thefaroutcoupleMake one-time donation with PayPal (our account is firstname.lastname@example.org)Leave a review on iTunes!Share this episode with a friend! :DCredits:Intro music: "Complicate ya" by Otis McDonaldOutro music: "Running with wise fools" written & performed by Krackatoa (www.krackatoa.com)
Looking for ideas to engage families with your school district? Then you're in the right spot! John is going to share a BUNCH of strategies to build trust while celebrating the great things happening in your school district.IN THIS EPISODE, JOHN DISCUSSES:What social media channels he manages for the district Alternate ways to share events (beyond just creating a flyer)Strategies to get content from staff and parentsA unique approach to handling those negative social media gossip groupsSPECIAL GUESTJohn CasperCommunications CoordinatorWinona Area Public Schools, MinnesotaWinona Area Public Schools - HomeFollow John on Twitter: @johncasperjr Email: email@example.com School Website: https://winonaschools.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WAPS861 Twitter:https://twitter.com/herkythewinhawk Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/winonaschools/ USEFUL INFORMATIONJohn's examples - click hereInterested in our membership program? Learn more here: https://socialschool4edu.com/ MORE RESOURCESFree Video Training: Learn the simple secrets behind social media for K12 schools!Sign up for our free e-newsletter - click herewww.SocialSchool4EDU.com
In this week's episode, our host John Rebecchi,Ph.D. (M.B.A. '83) welcomes Rooly Eliezerov, entrepreneur, author and co-founder of Gigya. Gigya is a customer identity and access management (CIAM) solutions integrated with the world's leading Customer Data Platform, SAP. Rooly will walk us through his entrepreneurial journey and share his strategies on building trust. We'll discuss an effective pitch deck that incorporates smart questions, recommendations when pitching funding sources like venture capital, and how to solve a problem by making your approach unique. We will also learn why active listening by engaging with your coworkers and customers is one of the most important qualities in a future leader.
Get out your notebook & pen, because this is a good one! Priya Monga, Chief of Staff to CEO at InstaCart, shares her expertise with TGIM listeners this week on how to get the career you want and land your dream job. Former Facebook employee, Priya speaks to the importance of building an intentional career trajectory and how to think more strategically in your organization.Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify and tell us your favourite tip from Priya!
In today's episode, Prashant talks about this journey of navigating a web of regulatory hurdles, riding through the pandemic, and most importantly - building trust into the DNA of 1mg! We also learn about his transition into the TATA group and how this cements his aspiration of building India's largest and most admired healthcare brand! As always, we leave you with a gem of unfiltered advice at the end! For more visit - https://ajuniorvc.com/podcast/
This is the first episode of our new four part series on building trust during the holiday season and helping you keep that momentum into the new year! On this episode, we are joined by Regan Bolotin from Yotpo who shares their knowledge on how you can use the holidays to bring people in and acquire new customers.What's better than launching a new powerhouse revenue channel for your brand? Doing it for free! Yup, you heard that right. For a limited time, all “Winning with Shopify” listeners can receive 30 days of text messages from Yotpo SMSBump for FREE. Sign up today to start driving 25x ROI with the easiest channel you'll ever build via this link - https://www.yotpo.com/winning-with-shopify-sms-offer/Need help with your marketing? Get in touch with us here - https://justaskparker.com/Want to be involved in the podcast? You can get involved here - https://winningwithshopify.com/Support the show and join the conversation in our Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/WinningWithShopify/Support the show (https://www.facebook.com/groups/WinningWithShopify/)
Meet Mayra Marya Wilson, PhD is the Principal and Organizational Dietician for MW Advising. Marya has an extensive business and industry career in the areas of manufacturing, information management, telecommunications, ISP, and the semiconductor industries of the Silicon Valley, CA at the companies 3M, Imation, and Pentagon Technologies, and various others. She is also the Director of the Leadership Institute and an Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. She teaches in the areas of organizational leadership and behavior, operations management, quality management, training and development, and sustainable management. Her research interests include psychological contracts, trust and emotions in the workplace, and organizational exit. Her current research involves the understanding of the lived experience for professionals who are pushed out of their careers. Marya serves the manufacturing, service, higher education, non-profit, and government sectors. She brings not only first-hand knowledge to the learning experience but also a clear understanding of the underlying emotional processes that drive behaviors and create individual and team success. She has a BA in Psychology, MS in Management Technology, MA in Human Development, and a PhD in Human and Organizational Systems. Why is trust so important to the success of an organization? So along with my entrepreneurial endeavors, I also teach at The University of Wisconsin Stout so I have a pretty extensive research background as well. The research that I get into is in organizational exit. So why are people leaving organizations? Usually, I get a sort of that "Duh'' look because most people think they know why people leave, but there's so much more to it. It's so important for organizations to really understand why people are leaving, especially their high performers. Pretty much the number one reason that people leave their organizations is because there's a betrayal of trust. There's this trust factor that is so important in organizations and so one of the things that I do is work with leaders and work with organizations to strengthen that trust between the individuals of the organization as well as the leaders and their organizations. Losing people isn't just a financial hardship, it's a really big hit on morale and the overall organizational culture. The last thing any organization wants is to hit that toxic realm and it's easy to do when we're not paying attention to trust and not paying attention to those relationships that are part of that organization. Yeah, we've got a job to do, there's no doubt about it. We've got things to do, we've got expectations to meet, we've got goals to meet, we have customer expectations, but that relationship side of the organization is as important as getting the job done, sometimes I'm fairly certain it's a little more important. So trust is a big factor and it's one of the things that I love to talk about and love to continue to research too. Is organizational trust the same in face-to-face and remote work environments? March 2020 was one of the most disruptive changes we've seen in almost 100 years. The definition that I use for trust is an individual's belief and willingness to act on someone's actions, decisions, and words. The truth of the matter is that there's no difference between that face-to-face and in the remote or the virtual. It's all in our actions, it's all in what we say, it's all in how we interact. Is it different? Of course, face-to-face is much richer, you can see the nonverbals, you can see body language, you can see those facial expressions. There's just so much there that you can see that you can't necessarily see in a virtual or remote environment. But one of the things that have been interesting the last couple of years is listening to leaders go, "We need everybody back and we need them back now because we don't have good relationships anymore." So I'll ask them why that is and they'll say, "Well, people can't see each other," and I thought, "Okay, but you're doing these great video meetings, you're doing these great virtual events so why do you have to necessarily be in the same room in order to build a relationship?" And you don't. It's different, but there's so much that we can glean in a virtual setting. I mean, look at us. We're doing this podcast, I can't see you, but I can hear your voice and so we can build a relationship that way. So is it different? Yes, but the tenants are the same. Building trust, being able to believe and act on someone's words, actions, and decisions. It's the same thing in a remote or virtual environment as it would be in a face-to-face. What I would say as well, is that it falls on us to be more cognizant of it. When you're face to face, I don't want to say it's easy, but in some ways it is. We've been face to face for so long that we haven't really learned how to do that trust-building and relationship building when we're not face to face. So it's really pushed a lot of people out of their comfort zone so it's been interesting to watch over the last couple of years. I will say that the companies and clients that I work with that are successful at this trust-building approach and relationship-building approach make time to connect. It doesn't have to be on a video call, it could just be a phone call, it's about the connection. Do you think that some companies and employers are overthinking this? Honestly, I don't think they're thinking about it enough! Think about this: We were going through this massive disruptive change, which is extremely scary. Any change, positive or negative creates uncertainty and uncertainty creates fear. If we don't pay attention to it, that fear will create chaos. So the great thing about communication is the ability to keep people in the loop. It shows respect, it puts accountability there. Communication builds trust. People may not like what you have to say, but the fact that you're telling them shows a level of respect that you're being transparent about what's going on. What I'm seeing right now is that there's a level of fear. Let's just take manufacturers in Wisconsin, I just did a panel discussion with a couple of different manufacturers in the state and what we discovered is that we have a lot of leaders of organizations that are very scared and they're trying to survive. The supply chain has been massively disrupted so our leaders are fearful which is understandable. But what happens is when people become afraid, that's when the chaos ensues so when I'm saying that they're not thinking about this enough, our leaders are kind of getting caught up in their own ego. I don't mean that to belittle anybody, it's actually a normal human reaction. But in leadership, we need to really think about how in uncertain and fearful environments, that communication is absolutely crucial. It needs to be regular, and it needs to be thought about, and it needs to be at the forefront because that's what helps get people through uncertainty. Can you share with our listeners one of your most successful or favorite networking experiences that you've had? I think some of the more fun ones have been the ones that I wasn't even planning. This is from my days in the Silicon Valley, I was actually laid off from a job. So I'm driving around and I stop off because traffic was horrendous and just stopped off. There was a restaurant near one of our clients at the time which was Intel. So I stopped off and tried to let traffic die down. I'm sitting at the bar, and just having conversations with people and the gentleman sitting next to me was about to become my future CEO. It's that conversation, just connecting and those kinds of things. Those are the things that you don't plan for, the stuff that I plan for probably the most fun that I have is LinkedIn right now. I have met some of the most amazing people on LinkedIn. I met my business partner on a goof, she read one of my blogs, we connected on LinkedIn and now we're business partners even though she's in Europe and I'm here in the States! How do you stay in front of and best nurture the relationships you've created? There are a lot of different things I do. I work hard to even just send short messages like, "I haven't talked to you in a long time and I just wanted to reach out to let you know I was thinking about you, I hope everything is well." I don't do that from a brown-nosing perspective, so to speak. I know some people think that's really trite, but that's genuine for me. If you get a message like that from me, it really does mean that I was thinking about you and that something made me think about you, and I just wanted to reach out and let you know. That's big for me. If you could go back to your 20-year-old self, what would you tell yourself to do more or less of or differently with regards to your professional career? What I would tell myself is to have more confidence and be strong in myself. I was such a comparer and that constant act of comparing myself to others was such a roadblock. So just be you, be confident, focus on your strengths, because everybody on this planet has got something of value that they can give wherever they're at. But that comparison thing is just a killer. The best example that I can use is that I got my PhD later in my career. I did it in my 40s and I have a friend that wants to get a second PhD, and I'm really questioning her mental state because it was the hardest thing I have ever done in my life! I had this extensive business industry experience, which was amazing and I worked on my PhD a little later. So I'm in the academic life a little bit later and I'm in this entrepreneurial role a little bit later and if you're gonna compare yourself to everybody else, it's really easy to start questioning the things that you're doing. The things that I'm doing right now are really great and I'm insanely excited for 2022. I've got a book coming out, I've got new research coming out, there's some really great stuff going on with my company, I'm just so excited! But it's super easy to get caught up in that comparison and I wish my 20-year-old self would have known that a little bit more because it can be a bit of a roadblock. Connect with Marya Connect with Marya through her website at https://www.mwadvising.com/contact and schedule an appointment!
Season 3, Episode 7: Jen Psaki, the White House Press Secretary, joins ISD Director of Programs and Research Kelly McFarland and Council of Foreign Relations Fellow Jennifer Davis for the final episode of season 3. They discuss a specific problem that the press secretary faces every day: disinformation from foreign adversaries who seek to undermine American democracy. Psaki was well-placed to speak to this issue, due to her experience of a highly personalized disinformation campaign from Russian-backed actors during her time as State Department spokesperson from 2013 to 2015. In addition to the particular impact of disinformation on women in the public eye, she discusses positive strategies to counter disinformation, the role of productive partnerships, and how to build trust from the podium. Featured articles: The New Weapon of Choice: Technology and Information Operations Today, ISD New Global Commons Working Group Report (October 2020) Democracy under Siege, Freedom House (February 2021) Episode recorded: November 17, 2021. Produced by Alistair Somerville, Kelly McFarland, and Jennifer Davis. Thanks to Amanda Finney at the White House for her help with this episode. Episode image: White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki speaks to reporters during a daily briefing on Wednesday, August 27, 2021 in the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House. [White House/Yash Mori/Flickr] Diplomatic Immunity: Frank and candid conversations about diplomacy and foreign affairs Diplomatic Immunity, a podcast from the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy at Georgetown University, brings you frank and candid conversations with experts on the issues facing diplomats and national security decision-makers around the world. Funding support from the Carnegie Corporation of New York. For more, visit our website, and follow us on Twitter @GUDiplomacy. Send any feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This episode of the Networking Rx Minute (with Frank Agin (http://frankagin.com)) reminds you that if you want people to trust you, you simply need to trust them first. For more great insight on professional relationships and business networking visit https://www.amspirit.com/blog/ or contact Frank Agin at email@example.com.
Thanks for joining us! You are listening to David Pollack from ESPN's College Game Day and Jonathan Howes, Lead Pastor of Graystone Church, have a weekly conversation about God, Family, and Sports.
The most important part of any service is building trust with your guest. Working in a hair salon is one of the most personable jobs on the market. You get the opportunity to be a Day maker everyday. you have the opportunity to meet people one on one and build relationships. The best way to build a great relationship with a guest is a great client consultation. In this episode I talk about the most important part of any hair service is the consultation first and foremost.
Joshua Marcengill leads this powerful session to help you experience the living word of God through the scriptures in Luke 11. Dive deeper into the subject of encounters with the book "Encounters" by your host Josh Marcengill - Paperback, Kindle, Scribd, Spanish Version Join our cause to help everyone receive more encounters with God... you can also receive one on one encounter-counseling, coaching and/or consulting for teams at www.abundantencounters.com Please consider helping to support our cause by purchasing books on Charisma through this link (https://shop.charismamag.com/?ref=pk9mmi57zx). We're on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/abundantencounters or join our group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/abundantencounters Music Credit Artist = Moments Song = Morning in Solace and licensed through soundstripe https://app.soundstripe.com/songs/13814 Du Toit, Francois. Mirror Bible. Hermanus, South Africa: Mirror Word Publishing, , 2012. https://www.mirrorword.net/ and they have an app you should download for either apple, google play, android or kindle Called "Mirror Bible". You can find out more here: https://app.mirrorword.net/dropins/mirror/General/homePage Visit our website www.abundantencounters.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/abundantencounters/message
After almost 20 years of experience at Colgate-Palmolive, Dana Medema discusses what she has learned throughout her extensive experience in the industry. Dana, Vice President & General Manager, Oral Care, discusses what changes she has seen in the category over the years, as well as how to build trust as the fabric of your brand. She also explains the importance of being an emphatic, trustworthy leader, emphasizing the value in simple & concise communications. Dana also advises fellow leaders on how to build a cohesive, collaborative team in the virtual work life.
In this Episode Cindy shares stories about watching her grandchildren's adventures on the tree swings in her front yard and what that taught her about the talents and skills we all have and how trust can be built in a family as we develop and use those talents and skills to support and help each other.
Matt Komo is a film director. His commercial work include brands Google, DJI, Porsche & more. He's worked with artists such as Justin Bieber, The Chainsmokers, Tiesto & more. He just premiered his new short film “A Forgotten Life” back in Sept which will be available for the public soon. He previously was the Head of Social Content for GoPro. Topics : Crucial skills for creativity & organization Growing into our dreams Feeling our emotions Building Trust Opens Doors Do it for yourself Balance Skills and Life Family & Inspiration Connect with Matt! Instagram : @MattKomo YouTube : @MattKomo Twitter : @MattJKomo A Forgotten Life Trailer Check out out first podcast via Ep 105 of Purpose in the Youth Podcast HERE Let us know your feedback of the show on our 4 question survey! Sign up for the Stay Dialed In Newsletter! You wanna help blow this podcast up? GREAT! Here's how: Leave a 5 star review on the podcast app with your hot take of the show Share out the episode on your IG story tagging me @Bobbbaaaay —- Follow The Bearded Man! Instagram : @Bobbbaaaay YouTube : @BobbyHobert Twitter : @Bobbbaaaay Website : ItsTheBeardedMan.com
Rep. Katie Porter on Building Trust with Voters Rep. Katie Porter, the white board carrying Congresswoman from California joins us to discuss everything from paid family leave to the difficult task of getting people to trust Congress. Key Takeaways from COP26 Climate Summit This week, world leaders began meeting at a UN climate summit in Glasgow, Scotland, known as COP26. This is seen as one of the most important international climate negotiations as carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere hit a record high this year, after trending downward last year due to the pandemic. Umair Irfan, senior staff writer covering climate change and energy at VOX, joins The Takeaway to discuss the key takeaways from the COP26 summit, what commitments have been made, and where countries still fall short. Asian Americans Secure Historic Political Wins Across The Country To get a better understanding of the issues that members of the AAPI community really care about and more on the week's historic wins, we spoke with Jane Junn, a professor at the University of Southern California, and Arun Venugopal, a senior reporter in the Race and Justice Unit at WNYC. For transcripts, see individual segment pages.
Martha Minow, Harvard Law School professor, former dean, litigator, and board director talks with the Resilient Future of Trust track host Don Fancher about the parallels between trust issues in our society and what we face as professionals. Her take on the future of trust? Building and maintaining trust can only be accomplished with empathy and relationships.
Hello Mama! Today, I'm sharing part two of Parenting With Connection: The Key to Connecting With Your Kid! This episode is with a special guest, my friend and co-author of The Connected Parent: Real-Life Strategies for Building Trust and Attachment, Lisa Qualls. If you haven't listened to episode 17, go back and tune in to that one first and then come back to this one because this week's episode is a continuation of last week's conversation about how to mother with connection in mind and we explore the KEY to connecting with your kids. Lisa gives practical advice and powerful tools to build connections with your kids that you can successfully implement in your home. Connect with Lisa Qualls! The Connected Parent https://amzn.to/3DVInsB Podcast: The Adoption Connection www.theadoptionconnection.com/facebook IG: @theadoptionconnection Website: theadoptionconnection.com firstname.lastname@example.org I pray this time together and the strategies given, bless you and your family and that it brings peace and joy to your home. Blessings, Cynthia
My guest this week is Raun K. Kaufman, Autism thought leader and co-creator of the Autism Crisis Turnaround Protocol, author of the book Autism Breakthrough, the former CEO of Autism Treatment Center of America, and an international lecturer and graduate of the Ivy League's Brown University with a degree in Biomedical Ethics. His articles have been featured in journals, he has been interviewed by national and international media, and in addition to his work with families and educators for almost 25 years. In this episode, Raun and I discuss ways we can support kids and young adults who are in what we might call crisis mode. Maybe they are struggling with extreme behaviors, explosive reactions, extreme overwhelm, and anxiety. They are not able to move forward in their lives as a result. And if you are parenting or working with someone in crisis, no doubt, you are feeling overwhelmed, anxious, and are struggling as well. While many of the examples we discuss apply to those on the Autism Spectrum, you'll realize that these strategies can really be applied to anyone you interact with on a regular basis. Seeing the world from someone else's experience opens up a lot of potential for building trust and learning what might be triggering their neuro crash. Learn more about Raun here. Episode Intro … 00:00:30 Raun's background ... 00:03:00 Crisis defined ... 00:11:00 Trust deficits ... 00:19:20 Seven main causes of crisis ... 00:22:00 Recognizing signals of stress ... 00:28:00 7 Causes of a neuro crash ... 00:31:30 Autism crisis lifeline ... 00:39:10 Where to learn more ... 00:45:40 Connect with Dr. Nicole Beurkens on... Instagram Facebook Drbeurkens.com
Jim Rohn International Founder, Kyle Wilson has a follow-up conversation on his Inner Circle call with NBA Champion coach, Kevin Eastman. Kevin shares many lessons and wisdom on the topics of leadership, communication, team culture and personal development. Kevin has spent time with many NBA All-stars including LeBron James, Blake Griffin, Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant, Anthony Davis, LaMarcus Aldridge, Ray Allen, Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love John Wall, Chris Paul, and more. Kevin is the author of Why the Best are the Best, 25 Most Powerful Words That Impact, Inspire and Define Champions. Make sure and go to KevinEastman.net to learn more and also follow Kevin on Twitter @kevineastman ------------------------- Kyle Wilson, Founder Jim Rohn International, YourSuccessStore, LessonsFromExperts.com and KyleWilson.com Kyle has filled huge seminar rooms, launched and published multiple publications with over a million subscribers a week, has produced/published over 100+ hours of DVD and CD programs and has published and sold millions of books including titles by Jim Rohn, Denis Waitley, and more. Get FREE Your Copy of the Recent Book I Published, Success Habits of Super Achievers, including powerful lessons from Darren Hardy, Kevin Eastman, Brian Tracy, Les Brown, Lisa Haisha, Denis Waitley, John Assaraf, Phil Collen of Def Leppard and over 80 thought leaders.Send an email to email@example.com with "send SH book" in the subject. Listen to the Success Habits Podcast - Go to KyleWilson.com/podcast Learn More About the Kyle Wilson Inner Circle Mastermind https://kylewilson.com/mastermind/ What Others are Saying About Kyle “Kyle, thank you for our partnership and friendship. Friendship is wealth and you make me a rich man. Love and Respect!” Jim Rohn, Iconic Philosopher & Speaker “I guard my endorsements carefully. Regarding Kyle, he is simply a marketing genius! No joke. Kyle was the wizard behind the successful business of my mentor Jim Rohn. Every marketing dilemma I have ever had Kyle has given me the brilliant and elegant solution on the spot. Kyle's consulting has saved and earned me hundreds of thousands of dollars over the years.” Darren Hardy, Former Publisher SUCCESS Magazine "Kyle Wilson is brilliant and so very knowledgeable and an icon in this industry. He was the power behind Jim Rohn. Kyle is my longtime friend and someone I have a great deal of respect for." Les Brown, Iconic Speaker and Author “I have worked closely with Kyle Wilson for 20 years. He is one of the best all-around marketers, promoters, business-builders and entrepreneurs in the business today. We have generated more than a million dollars together.” Brian Tracy, Int Speaker & Author “Kyle is a valued friend, a marketing superstar and one of the most knowledgeable people in the personal development industry.” Robin Sharma, Monk Who Sold His Ferrari “I've known and worked with Kyle Wilson for over 20 years. Kyle is the ONLY person that ALWAYS under-promised and over-delivered every single time my dad Zig and I worked with him. He is a valued friend and someone I have great admiration and respect for!" Tom Ziglar, President of Zig Ziglar Corp “Kyle is one of my old and dear friends and one of the smartest marketing guys I have had the opportunity to work with. He is the scrappy marketing guy. What I mean by that is, there are lots of guys who will put out business plans and do all kinds of nonsense and swing for home runs. Kyle is the real deal and finds ways to create product, add value, help people, build community, he's unbelievable.” Eric Worre, Author of Go Pro Follow Kyle Wilson: Instagram: instagram.com/kylewilsonjimrohn Facebook: facebook.com/kylewilsonmarketing YouTube: youtube.com/KyleWilsonMarketing Twitter: twitter.com/kwmarketing Subscribe, Rate & Review (plus bonuses) Please subscribe to the Success Habits Podcast and leave an honest rating & review. This will encourage other people to listen and allow us to grow as a community. The bigger we get as a community, the bigger the impact we can have on the world. Once subscribed, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive over $200 in cool bonuses.
Hi Mama! On Today's show, we talk all about how to mother with connection in mind and explore the KEY to connecting with your kids with a special guest, my friend and author, Lisa Qualls, OneThankfulMom.com Lisa Qualls is the co-author, together with Dr. Karyn Purvis, of The Connected Parent: Real-Life Strategies for Building Trust and Attachment. She and her husband, Russ, have twelve kids by birth and adoption and have also been foster parents. Their adoption journey has been marked by joy as well as challenges of trauma and attachment. Lisa is also the co-founder of The Adoption Connection, a resource site and podcast for adoptive and foster parents. Lisa gives proven, practical advice and powerful tools to build connections with your kids that you can successfully implement in your home. I pray this time together and the strategies given, bless you and your family and that it brings peace and joy in your home. Blessings, Cynthia