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    The pain of high petrol prices is there any relief in sight for motorists and businesses?

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    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 30:00


    The pain of high petrol prices is there any relief in sight for motorists and businesses?

    Action and Ambition
    Eddie Maalouf Helps Businesses Take Control of Their Marketing, Grow Their Business and Be More Profitable

    Action and Ambition

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 28:23


    Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today is Eddie Maalouf, Founding Partner at 4Media Marketing, a marketing agency that helps automate customer acquisition processes for businesses in the U.S, Canada, South America and The Middle East. Their primary focus is on brands already allocating at least $10k/ month to paid advertising. Eddie has had a passion for sales since convincing his father to let him work in his carpet business at the age of 15, and his natural talent has served him well as he climbs the ladder of success. Tune in to learn more!

    Curse Free GaryVee
    The Main Reason Most Businesses Struggle to Grow is...

    Curse Free GaryVee

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 15:53


    Today's episode is an awesome fireside chat I did in May where we talked about TeamGary, how I started it and how I approach hiring people I need. We also discuss building brands and how most people who build a brand to buy things, won't end up building a big brand. I want to be the biggest entrepreneur in the world not for the things that come with it, but because I want to be the greatest entrepreneur ever. You have to find out what you love in order to build something sustainable! Enjoy! Let me know what you thought. Check out my new NFT project: veefriends.com Join the VeeFriends Discord: https://discord.gg/veefriends Tweet Me! @garyvee Text Me! 212-931-5731 My Newsletter: garyvee.com/newsletter

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    Action and Ambition
    Dialworks is helping to train sales teams 3 times faster

    Action and Ambition

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 21:52


    Training sales teams is arguably the most important part of any business strategy, yet it remains a time intensive and expensive exercise for teams in all companies. Businesses spend $70 billion annually on training only to generate disappointing ROI. Meanwhile, sales reps forget 70% of the information they learn within a week of training, and 87% will forget it within a month. Gaurav Sharma, CEO of SaaS labs shares his insights on Dialworks, a sales acceleration platform, to help teams get sales-ready faster. Through calls on Dialworks platform, leaders can test their reps' sales readiness in real world scenarios.  

    Successful Life Podcast
    Dario Cucci - International Speaker, Bestselling Author, and Serve & Sell Coach to the Professionals

    Successful Life Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 21:35


     Discover how Dario Cucci can help you take your business to new heights with his years of experience in sales and self-development. There is an unfortunate trend in the market. Businesses are spending a lot of money chasing new clients and neglecting existing ones. They only get in touch with their clients when there is a pending bill. According to Dario, the real money is in taking care of your existing. Dario helps entrepreneurs, coaches, consultants, and other service providers increase their sales by 300% without the need to get new clients! He has an interesting way of coaching his clients that he will be telling us about. Dario's journey is interesting and encouraging. He moved from Switzerland to Australia because of wanting to explore life. His dream was to become an actor, but he was in personal training for five years. He moved to sales, and since then, it has become home. Dario has authored two books: Turning Customers into Profit and Crossroads to Clarity. Turning customers into profit is all about how to retain your customers, how to increase sales, how to be a better service, and how what kinds of things you can do in your own business for you to do that. Crossroads to clarity is about Dario's journey to discover who he is, his struggles with Bell's Palsy and things like that, and what people can learn from it to get more clarity around their path to where they want to go with their purpose in life. Listen in to learn more. Key Talking Points of the Episode: [00:38] Getting to know Dario [09:11] Did priming play a role in Dario's healing [14:31] How Dario works with clients [19:00] How we get people to implement what we teach them [40:52] Dario's books Magical Quotes from the Episode: “If we just focus on the things that we're doing right, we probably will do more right things. If you want to focus on the wrong things, you just probably keep doing more wrong things.”- Corey “In order for us to create a habit we need to practice it at least 21 time.”-Corey “Treating the cause takes longer than the symptom. But once you treat the cause you prevent it from reoccurring. And that's the ultimate thing that we want people to have. So, they don't need to recreate the same problem over and over again.”-Dario “It takes three times as long to get a new customer if not longer than to sell to an existing customer that already knows that you do great work.”-Dario “People lose customers, because they don't nurture the people that they have, then they always try to go after the people that that your new people.”- Dario Relevant Links: Objection Crusher Cheat Sheet  https://www.coreythesalesceo.com/occsheet     Please join my free Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/thetradeschools/ Follow me at:  https://www.instagram.com/coreyberrier/  www.linkedin.com/in/coreysalescoach Follow Dario Cucci at: https://www.dariocucci.net/ https://ch.linkedin.com/in/dariocucci

    Grow My Accounting Practice | Tips for Accountants & Bookkeepers to Grow Their Business
    Christeen Era: Profit First for Lawn Care and Landscape Businesses and the Scalable Growth Business Model

    Grow My Accounting Practice | Tips for Accountants & Bookkeepers to Grow Their Business

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 53:03


    Show Summary Lean into your knowledge. There are business owners out there that need your experience and advice. You have it, don't hold it back. In this episode, Christeen Era shares why she was convinced that the industry, Lawn Care and Landscape Businesses, needed her. Christeen sadly watched businesses in this industry go down one by one when the economy took a downturn. These firms just didn't have the tools and the knowledge. This is one of the reasons that she authored the book, Profit First for Lawn Care and Landscape Business. Using this experience, she coaches her clients and the readers on how to implement it in their businesses. She educates them on what the full implementation of Profit First can do for their businesses and how powerful it is through her courses and group work. It can be difficult to talk to clients about their financials. Whether is the shame of what has happened in the past or that they do not understand certain pieces of the financial information, Christeen  shares about the importance of creating a safe space to work things through. She shows them that it's okay and that they are great at their craft and not necessarily expected to be experts with their numbers at the beginning. Christeen shares more about the process of writing the book and how it transformed her and her business today.   Green Profit Academy Website: https://greenprofitacademy.com/ Core Growth Strategies Website: https://coregrowthstrategies.com Resource Download Page: https://greenprofitacademy.com/resources/ Green Profit Academy Facebook Page: https://en-gb.facebook.com/people/Green-Profit-Academy/100066852463815/ Profit First for Lawn and Landscape Businesses Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pflawncarelandscape Corporate Partner: People Process - https://peopleprocesses.com/

    The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
    JobMakers: Cris Ramón on How to Build Up Immigrant Businesses (#57)

    The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 26:47


    This week on JobMakers, host Denzil Mohammed talks with Cris Ramón, son of immigrants from El Salvador, immigration policy analyst, and coauthor of the new report, Immigrant Entrepreneurship: Economic Potential and Obstacles to Success published by the Bipartisan Policy Center. For the report, he scoured the nation to learn not only what immigrant entrepreneurs need, but what municipalities […]

    Pricing is Positioning
    127: How to Position and Price for Women in Expertise-Based Businesses - with Geraldine Carter

    Pricing is Positioning

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 46:04


    Are you a woman who struggles with charging what you're worth? Have you ever felt like you undercharged a client or worse quoted too much and didn't get the gig? If so, you will LOVE today's BizableTV University Session with Geraldine Carter. In today's session, Geraldine unpacks how women can Position and Price in their Expertise-Based Businesses. Don't worry guys. you'll learn a thing or two as well. In this session you will learn how: How to position your services for better rates. Why narrowing your positioning deepens your expertise and offers more value to your clients. What to do with existing clients outside the niche. What to do if you don't like your niche. Get Geraldine's Slides Here:  The BizableTV Podcast is the companion show to the new BizableTV streaming service, that's been touted as the "Netflix for creative entrepreneurs". Get 7 days of BizableTV FREE! Stream exclusive entrepreneurs, docuseries, BizableTV University, and live streams on BizableTV! If you have any guest suggestions or comments, please email them to: hello@bizabletv.com

    CrossPolitic Studios
    Free Market Medicine and the need for Independent Doctors (and businesses!) [Mere Medicine]

    CrossPolitic Studios

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 26:16


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    The Lance Wallnau Show
    Alert: This FREE App shows you Conservative businesses in you area!! Stop Funding Woke Corporations!

    The Lance Wallnau Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 23:20


    Epic Success with Dr Shannon Irvine
    How Putting Community FIRST Uplevels Businesses with Pat Flynn

    Epic Success with Dr Shannon Irvine

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 34:30


    Don't go one more minute in your business without tuning into what Pat Flynn learned was the #1 income generator in his businesses. After more than 14 years as a highly successful entrepreneur, Pat Flynn discovered a vital piece of his business he hadn't even known was missing – community.  When you give people a place where they can connect and feel supported while being authentically themselves, it's powerful. Going beyond just audience-building and stepping into community-building can be the game-changer for your business! In this episode of the Epic Success Podcast, I'm talking with Pat Flynn, serial entrepreneur, best-selling author, and creator of the Smart Passive Income podcast and founder and CEO of SPI. Pat is passionate about helping entrepreneurs build successful businesses through creating thriving online communities. This interview is part of the Modern Money-Making Methods Summit series, where I'm talking with the experts about what's working today when it comes to getting consistent clients online so you can get a seat at the table, showcase your generosity, and pivot your business to succeed! Old methods of selling have STOPPED working. If you don't shift your business soon, you might get left in the dust. If you're struggling to pivot your business in the new economy we're facing, you'll love hearing from industry leaders who reveal what's working NOW.                     The biggest take-aways from today's episode are: What became the biggest revenue generator in Pat Flynn's business in 2021. New programs? More launches? Listen in to learn how the pandemic forced Pat to get creative and caused him to stumble into an income-generating discovery that changed everything.  The difference between audience and community. People come to audiences and communities for different reasons. Pat breaks down what those differences are and how you can use one to feed the other and vice versa. The easiest way to monetize your community and KEEP people there. People engage with people, not content. Listen in as Pat explains how to leverage the power of community to create memberships that people willingly pay for month after month. Connect with Pat Flynn on Instagram.  To your success, Dr. Shannon Irvine P.S. - Have you had a chance to grab my two newest resources yet?  I've been pulling out all the stops lately, creating the exact tools and sharing the exact strategies you need to uplevel your coaching business. First up is “7 Quick Ways to Monetize Your Coaching Business This Month”. This downloadable guide holds my best tips for attracting potential clients, closing the deal, and expanding your business's income beyond just 1:1 coaching. Grab it HERE. Next up is “3 Mistakes Coaches Make that Repel Sales”. When you're struggling with sales, it's easy to start wondering, “Was it something I said?”  This step-by-step guide outlines the top 3 reasons your ideal clients aren't buying … and what to do instead to boost sales and grow! Grab it HERE. Both these resources are 100% free and available to you right now. Just click the links above to download them now.

    Asian Hustle Network
    Vivian Wang // S2 Ep 160 // Marketplace for Businesses to Hire Fast With Video

    Asian Hustle Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 33:59


    Welcome back to Season 2, Episode 160 of the Asian Hustle Network Podcast! We are very excited to have Vivian Wang on this week's show. We interview Asian entrepreneurs around the world to amplify their voices and empower Asians to pursue their dreams and goals. We believe that each person has a message and a unique story from their entrepreneurial journey that they can share with all of us. Check us out on Anchor, iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play Music, TuneIn, Spotify, and more. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave us a positive 5-star review. This is our opportunity to use the voices of the Asian community and share these incredible stories with the world. We release a new episode every Wednesday and Saturday, so stay tuned! Vivian is the Founder & CEO of LANDED (gotlanded.com). She and the LANDED team are building the fastest way for the 90M hourly workers in the US to land jobs at essential restaurants and hospitality like Panera, Cava, Chick-fil-A & more. After graduating from Princeton University's School of Public and International Affairs, Vivian worked in roles ranging from advising European central banks on financial markets strategy at BlackRock and launching the Asia & EMEA markets at real estate tech company, Matterport (NASDAQ: MTTR), to leading special projects for the C-suite at Gap, Inc., owner of Gap, Old Navy, Banana Republic, Athleta, and Intermix. To stay connected within the AHN community, please join our AHN directory: bit.ly/AHNDirectory --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/asianhustlenetwork/support

    Action and Ambition
    ConnectBooks Helps Businesses Get Clear About Their Profits By Utomating Their Accounting and Tracking Inventory in Real-Time

    Action and Ambition

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 32:13


    Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today is Nachman Lieser, Founder, and CEO of ConnectBooks, a game-changing software company that partners with Quickbooks and online marketplaces like Amazon, Shopify, and Walmart, to help hundreds of sellers reconcile every transaction, see itemized and bottom line profit, and inventory updates in real-time. Nachman has been recognized as a pioneer and innovator, changing the role of accounting traditionally played for eCommerce sellers and creating systems that increase businesses' profit margins. Tune in to learn more!

    Friends in Beauty Podcast
    Ep. 117: Mimi J, Owner of The Glamatory, Shares The Not So Pretty Grind Of Building + Maintaining Multiple Businesses

    Friends in Beauty Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 52:31


    On this episode of the Friends in Beauty Podcast I welcome Mimi J to the Friends in Beauty guest chair! Having over a decade of experience, Mimi has built a great reputation in the beauty world and is a well sought-after makeup artist and entrepreneur. She's worked and been featured on popular television shows on networks such as Bravo, VH1, Oxygen, WeTv, Aspire, and Lifetime; services celebrity clientele including Angela Simmons and Kenya Moore; and has been published in major publications such as Essence, E! News, and Instyle.  As a beauty influencer, Mimi has been a brand ambassador for companies like Colgate, Shea Moisture, and Strength of Nature. She has consulted entrepreneurs and major brands such as Design Essentials and Hype Hair on Social Media/Branding.  Mimi is also the owner of the vegan and cruelty free makeup line and artist agency The Glamatory, and is the creator of GrindPretty.com. a membership community and subscription box for women entrepreneurs. She is a graduate of Clark Atlanta University, holding a B.A. degree in Marketing, a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., and mother of one. As you can see Mimi has a lot going on and I was so excited to sit down and have this chat with her. In this interview Mimi shares: -Openly about the not to pretty grind of entrepreneurship -The internal battle of shutting down The Glamatory during the Covid-19 pandemic -How she's able to sustain running multiple successful business ventures -Advice on choosing collaborations wisely -The power of community & relationships -The importance of mindset and having faith -What's next for The Glamatory and so much more I had such a great time finally meeting and chatting with Mimi. This was really such an uplifting and inspirational conversation of just pushing forward, building mutually beneficial relationships, and remaining mentally tough. I really enjoyed this so much and I know you will too.  Get your bucket ready to catch all of the gems! Let's go ahead and jump into this conversation with Mimi J and if you'd like to watch our beautiful faces then tune in on YouTube.   Enjoy this episode!   Leave us a 5 star review and share this episode with a friend or 2 or 3. info@friendsinbeauty.com ENROLL IN THE FRIENDS WITH BENEFIT$ CLUB = bit.ly/FIBFWB   Resources Mentioned In This Episode: -Mielle Organics -Lotta Body -Hello Alice -New Voices -Grind Pretty -The Glamatory   Additional Resources:   -https://www.amazon.com/shop/akuarobinson   -Skillshare - Use this link for 2 months free of the premium plan: https://skl.sh/30t352q   -Shop Mented Cosmetics - https://www.mentedcosmetics.com/?rfsn=1290937.f2481  Use Code “AKUAROBINSON” for 10% of your purchase  Announcements: We're on Apple Podcasts - www.bit.ly/FIBPodItunes!   Join our Facebook community… If  you're looking for a community of like minded, ambitious, and supportive #FriendsinBeauty all working to leave our mark on the beauty industry, join us here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/friendsinbeauty Join the Friends in Beauty Mailing List: www.bit.ly/FIBTribe   Social Media Info: Mimi J  (Instagram) - @mimijonline Grind Pretty (Instagram) - @grindpretty The Glamatory (Instagram) - @theglamatory Friends in Beauty (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter) - @friendsinbeauty Friends in Beauty (YouTube) - Friends in Beauty https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcYPyO8nAosEmjEE5nza9Zg?view_as=subscriber Akua Robinson (Instagram,Twitter) - @akuarobinson AkuaRobinson (Facebook) - Akua Robinson MUA Akua Robinson (Website) - www.akuarobinson.com

    Medicare For The Lazy Man Podcast
    Ep. 354 - Covid, Coronavirus and Chinese Flu: What's new?

    Medicare For The Lazy Man Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 33:22


    Moderna says they have a new Omicron booster that outperforms the current product! Travelers to the US no longer need to test negative to fly here! Businesses are adopting a hodge-podge of safety measures, including: color coded wristbands! If I am wearing red, keep your distance! Contact me at: DBJ@MLMMailbag.com (Most severe critic: A+)   Inspired by: "MEDICARE FOR THE LAZY MAN 2022; Simplest & Easiest Guide Ever!" on Amazon.com. Return to leave a short customer review & help future readers. Official website: https://www.MedicareForTheLazyMan.com

    The Tech Blog Writer Podcast
    2016: How Businesses Can Protect Against Unpredictability

    The Tech Blog Writer Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 19:58


    The recent news surrounding the Log4j vulnerability exposes the many cracks that exist within information security tools. Unfortunately, most technologies lack the visibility to detect critical vulnerabilities creating massive enterprise-wide challenges. When I learned that Lakeside software technology is so unique that it identifies dormant vulnerabilities before they become a massive threat to organizations' information security, I felt compelled to find out more. Ryan Purvis, Head of Solutions, Lakeside Software, joins me on Tech Talks Daily. Ryan is focused on helping Lakeside customers solve complex problems and transform their businesses through the strategic application of our technology. In his 20+ year career, Ryan has led cross-functional teams in multiple roles, ranging from Chief Information Officer for HiLo Maritime Risk Management to Director for Cyber Defence at UBS and Engineering Lead for JP Morgan Chase. Ryan divides his time between the UK and South Africa. We discuss why many leading information security tools lack the visibility to detect critical vulnerabilities and the severe impact that this can have on enterprise organizations. We also talk about the importance of speed as a critical factor in remediation.

    Real Organic Podcast
    Sidehill Farm: One Organic Dairy, Two Organic Businesses

    Real Organic Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 64:34


    #069: Amy Klippenstein and Paul Lacinski of Sidehill Farm in western Massachusetts discuss their decision to become a certified organic dairy, and then soon after, to certify with Real Organic Project. They also share the story of separating their creamery from the farm and creating two viable, less-stressful businesses. Sidehill Farm is a Real Organic Project certified dairy farm and creamery in Hawley, Massachusetts. After co-founding the farm, owners Amy Klippenstein and Paul Lacinski chose to separate the creamery, which they continue to operate, from the farm, selling their herd to Meadowsweet Farm. Both businesses continue to prosper in this new arrangement.To watch a video version of this podcast with access to the full transcript and links relevant to our conversation, please visit:https://www.realorganicproject.org/sidehill-farm-one-organic-dairy-two-businesses-episode-sixty-nineThe Real Organic Podcast is hosted by Dave Chapman and Linley Dixon, engineered by Brandon StCyr, and edited and produced by Jenny Prince.The Real Organic Project is a farmer-led movement working towards certifying 1,000 farms across the United States this year. Our add-on food label distinguishes soil-grown fruits and vegetables from hydroponically-raised produce, and pasture-raised meat, milk, and eggs from products harvested from animals in horrific confinement (CAFOs - confined animal feeding operations).To find a Real Organic farm near you, please visit:https://www.realorganicproject.org/farmsWe believe that the organic standards, with their focus on soil health, biodiversity, and animal welfare were written as they should be, but that the current lack of enforcement of those standards is jeopardizing the ability for small farms who adhere to the law to stay in business. The lack of enforcement is also jeopardizing the overall health of the customers who support the organic movement; customers who are not getting what they pay for at market but still paying a premium price. And the lack of enforcement is jeopardizing the very cycles (water, air, nutrients) that Earth relies upon to provide us all with a place to live, by pushing extractive, chemical agriculture to the forefront.If you like what you hear and are feeling inspired, we would love for you to join our movement by becoming one of our 1,000  Real Friends:https://www.realorganicproject.org/real-organic-friends/To read our weekly newsletter (which might just be the most forwarded newsletter on the internet!) and get firsthand news about what's happening with organic food, farming and policy, please subscribe here:https://www.realorganicproject.org/email/

    SmallBizcast
    46 - The Power of Storytelling | Michael Ashley, Michael Ashley Publishing

    SmallBizcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 46:30


    Businesses need a story to create that emotional connection customers crave. That's what Michael Ashley is an expert at. With Michael's experience in public speaking and screenwriting, he demonstrates his secrets and techniques with Joel Volk of Hot Dog Biz Growth. ----------------- GUEST: Michael Ashley | www.MichaelAshleyPublishing.com ----------------- We'd like to thank our sponsors: Hot Dog Business Growth and Fit4TheCause ----------------- Produced by Mr. Thrive Media | Chaz@MrThrive.com

    Business Beyond The Boardroom {On-Demand}
    #259: Sources of USA energy & mistakes businesses make during a recession

    Business Beyond The Boardroom {On-Demand}

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 19:48


    Mark and Pat talk about the sources of USA energy and mistakes businesses make with their marketing during a recession

    The Joe Pomp Show
    #91 How A Duke Football Player Raised $100 Million And Built One Of The Most Essential Businesses In Sports

    The Joe Pomp Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 31:19


    Zach Maurides is the founder and CEO of Teamworks, a digital software that more than 5,000 sports organizations use to manage their operations globally. We discuss how Zach started the business as a student-athlete at Duke University, the journey from bootstrapping to raising $100 million, the future of sports tech, and more. Enjoy!

    The Model FA
    Building Best-in-class Businesses with Justin Goodbread

    The Model FA

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 55:05


    Justin Goodbread is an author, entrepreneur, and certified financial planner. He founded his company,  Heritage Investors, in 2009 to help individuals, business owners, and retirees attain their financial goals. In 2019, Justin founded Heritage Business Advisors to help business owners realize their full potential. He later joined the WealthSource family after the company and its affiliates acquired Heritage Investors and Heritage Business Advisors in 2022. He is also the author of Your Baby's Ugly, as well as the Amazon best-selling book, The Ultimate Sale.   Justin joins us today to discuss how to build a best-in-class company for the ultimate business sale. He shares the first time he became self-employed and his journey to founding Heritage Investors and Heritage Business Advisors. He explains what led him to partner with WealthSource and describes how joining a larger company has benefitted the Heritage brand. Justin also details his approach to writing books and underscores why entrepreneurs should start a business with the end goal in mind.   “We should build a business for the ultimate customer—the customer we're going to transition or sell our business to in the future.” - Justin Goodbread   This week on The Model FA Podcast:   Justin's journey to the financial planning industry The principles of landscaping and how they continue to guide Justin in business and entrepreneurship The power of scale and collaborating with a team The growth of the Heritage brand and its acquisition by WealthSource What led Justin to sell the Heritage companies and partner with WealthSource How joining a larger company has impacted the Heritage business Justin's current role and responsibilities at WealthSource and his vision for the future What inspired Justin to write a book and other financial content How creating a podcast helped Justin write a bestselling book The weaknesses of the RIA industry and the benefits of building your brand   Resources Mentioned:   Book: Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill Book: Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! By Robert Kiyosaki Book: The Total Money Makeover: A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness by Dave Ramsey Book: The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America's Wealthy by Thomas Stanley   Our Favorite Quotes:   “Regardless of where you're running your business, there are principles you need to abide by to be successful.” - David DeCelle “Being able to put out valuable content and being omnipresent allow you to appeal to peoples' various learning styles.” - David DeCelle “In everything we want to do in life, we have to start with the end in mind. We have to know exactly where we want to be.” - Justin Goodbread   Connect with Justin Goodbread:   Financially Simple Book: The Ultimate Sale: A Financially Simple Guide to Selling a Business for Maximum Profit Book: Your Baby's Ugly: Maximize the Value of Your Business or You'll Have Nothing to Sell Financially Simple on YouTube Justin Goodbread on LinkedIn Justin Goodbread on Instagram Justin Goodbread on Facebook Justin Goodbread on Twitter Email: justin@financiallysimple.com   About the Model FA Podcast   The Model FA podcast is a show for fiduciary financial advisors. In each episode, our host David DeCelle sits down with industry experts, strategic thinkers, and advisors to explore what it takes  to build a successful practice — and have an abundant life in the process. We believe in continuous learning, tactical advice, and strategies that work — no “gotchas” or BS. Join us to hear stories from successful financial advisors, get actionable ideas from experts, and re-discover your drive to build the practice of your dreams.    Did you like this conversation? Then leave us a rating and a review in whatever podcast player you use. We would love your feedback, and your ratings help us reach more advisors with ideas for growing their practices, attracting great clients, and achieving a better quality of life. While you are there, feel free to share your ideas about future podcast guests or topics you'd love to see covered.    Our Team: President of Model FA, David DeCelle   If you like this podcast, you will love our community! Join the Model FA Community on Facebook to connect with like-minded advisors and share the day-to-day challenges and wins of running a growing financial services firm.

    Pretty Rich
    261. HOW I CHANGED BY MINDSET AND BUILD TWO MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR BEAUTY BUSINESSES WITH PRETTY RICH BOSSES CEO SHEILA BELLA

    Pretty Rich

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 23:01


    Hey beauty bosses! Are worried that you're being limited by no one other than yourself? Do you ever feel like things could not possibly get any better? That you will never have a fully booked out schedule, and as a result never enough practice at your craft to reach your full potential? Stop what you're doing right now and listen up! First off, you're not alone. Many artists and entrepreneurs feel the exact same way as you do. If you're unsure why you feel this way, then check out this episode where Sheila Bella teaches you all about mindset and how you can train yourself to turn things around and achieve financial success!  //CHECK OUT OUR FREE WORKBOOK ON MOTIVATION// https://www.sheilabella.com/motivation //JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP BEAUTY BIZ SECRETS: https://www.facebook.com/groups/beautybizsecrets/ //VISIT https://www.sheilabella.com/hiring101 //DOWNLOAD THIS PASSWORD MANAGER COMPLETELY FREE!! https://www.lastpass.com/password-manager/google-chrome  //VISIT https://www.sheilabella.com/event to register for Pretty Ambitious Summit 2023 //VISIT Sheilabella.com/apply to sign up for a free 60-minute strategy call to learn more about Pretty Rich Bosses and set you on a path of success for your business. //FREE RESOURCES::   https://sheilabella.com/free // F O L L O W Website | www.SheilaBella.com Instagram | www.instagram.com/RealSheilaBella

    That Will Never Work
    #56: When your Biggest Competitor is Inertia

    That Will Never Work

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 30:52


    City red tape seems so baked into American life, that it stopped being a problem people even bothered trying to solve. But when Covid hit, it forced the opportunity for change. Businesses – especially restaurants - faced fast changing regulations and had to be able to get the new permits they needed to operate at speed, or face going under. No business, means no city tax and the city itself facing a funding shortfall.This presented the opening for this week's guest Catherine Geanuracos to move forward her Los Angeles based company CityGrows, which streamlines the permitting process.This no-code, low-cost, subscription-based site requires little to no training, doing away with reams of paper and clunky, time consuming waits at the counter.So surely cities everywhere should be racing to sign up? Well… that next part is tricky… Listen in as Marc helps Catherine figure out how her red-tape cutting business can cut through the red tape itself. Why not take a deeper dive? The paperback edition of international best-seller That Will Never is out now in all good bookstores and online: www.amazon.com/That-Will-Never-Work-Netflix/dp/0316530182 Want to be a guest? Head to marcrandolph.com/guest to apply. While you're there, sign up for Marc's newsletter: marcrandolph.com/newsletter/Feeling social?Tw: @mbrandolphIG: @ThatWillNeverWork LinkedIn: Marcrandolph Marcrandolph.com

    Somi Arian Podcast
    #63 - Carly Reilly: Business & Marketing in the NFT Space

    Somi Arian Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 44:33


    Our guest on today's podcast is Carly Reilly, the host of a brilliant podcast called Overpriced JPEGs. If you're a member of InPeak, you've probably heard me mention Carly and her show. She's the reason why I discovered a number of top NFT projects including Moonbirds! In addition to that, Carly also worked on Andrew Yang's campaign during his time as a presidential candidate. So we both have that background in politics in common too.  Carly has a very deep understanding of all things IP and branding which makes her show so rich with knowledge.  I really enjoyed this conversation and I'm sure you will too.   Outline ⤵️ 00:00 Intro 02:24 Did you know that Overpriced JPEGs would have such a big impact?  03:25 What do you see in NFTs from a business perspective? 07:36 Businesses who label themselves as blockchain for profit  10:06 Is facebook's (meta's) metaverse a Web3? 14:18 Building audiences on multiple platforms 18:22 Carly's background in politics and transition into Web 3 26:46 Why do female-led NFT projects have a harder time taking off? 35:55 Engineering social change through NFTs  38:12 Carly's future plans   Sponsor of this episode

    Converge Media Network
    CMN Building Black Wealth | Juneteenth Virtual Market

    Converge Media Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 78:43


    Happy Juneteenth and welcome to the Building Black Wealth Live Virtual Marketplace. Stay tuned as we bring you several Black-owned Businesses with amazing products at incredible prices! So grab your coffee, tea, or brunch, and your credit card, and let's get ready to Build Black Wealth! #buildingblackwealth #buyblack #supportblackbusiness #blacklivesmatter #thedrazeexperience #draze All products showcased today can be purchased via the links below: Laila Ali Lifestyle https://lailaali.com B. Stuyvesant Champagne https://www.stuyvesantchampagne.com Kelewele https://www.kelewelenyc.com Kutula https://shopkutula.com Ujamaa Lighting https://www.ujamaalighting.com Boon Boona Coffee https://www.boonboonacoffee.com Beyond Bodi (SeaMoss Lemonade) https://beyondbodi.com Disclaimer: Elements of this show have been pre-recorded and we have permission to use all music played during this LIVE broadcast of "Building Black Wealth."

    The Savvy Luminary: Astrology for Entrepreneurs
    Decolonizing Astrology and Our Businesses with Alice Sparkly Kat

    The Savvy Luminary: Astrology for Entrepreneurs

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 48:31


    In this powerful episode, I am joined by Ace aka Alice Sparkly Kat the author of Postcolonial Astrology. In this seminal work, they ask the question, “If astrology is a language, who wrote the language?” In this conversation we vibe over our desire and vision of equitable Work and the love of astrology. It's an honor to be able to celebrate the one year anniversary of this important work. This book's  changemaking journey has only just begun. I'm so excited to continue to explore the topics of redefining Capital, Power and Labor in our own businesses through a community-centered book club around Postcolonial Astrology this summer in Star Powered Summer. 

    The Course Creator Show
    Episode 116 | How I Took a month OFF my business (and still made $45k)

    The Course Creator Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 14:30


    I took a full month off my online business and still grossed $45,000 USD in revenue. Here's how I did it. Last month I took a month-long trip to England. Beyond the fun stories and photo reel, I wanted to share with you what it REALLY looks like to take time off from your business. A big reason why I have designed my business the way I have is because I want to allow for freedom, space, and the flexibility to go anywhere, anytime. My inner adventurer spirit is strong. So what did it look like to be away for that long? What did I have to setup in my business so that it could keep running without me? I will break it down for you in three parts. Tune in to get all the details!---Wanna know how to get MORE sales on autopilot without offering a huge discount on your course? Then snag the free training here:  learn.gemmabonhamcarter.com/evergreen/Need more help with your online course pricing? Snag my Online Course Pricing Guide here: https://thesweetestdigs.lpages.co/pricing-guide/Ready to launch your first online course? I've got a free class with your name on it. Sign up to learn how to identify your profitable course idea, get it launched, and find out how I went from $0 → $500k/year in courses: https://learn.gemmabonhamcarter.com/class/---Don't forget to subscribe and review the podcast if you like what you hear: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-course-creator-show/id1470482672I love sending out emails to my peeps with helpful tips, inspiration, and free stuff I create and use in my own business. If you're already on my list, you'll see that I'll also be sure to alert you to the new episodes as they come out. If you aren't already on my email list, well babe… what are you waiting for? I can't wait to be BFFs with you and learn more about your business and goals and life.So make sure to get your cute butt over there. You can head to: https://gemmabonhamcarter.com/bestiesMake sure you go ahead and forward it to your biz BFF. Leave a review on iTunes. Share it on your instagram and tag me. I would give you some major online love for that.Support the show

    Mention It All
    Battle Of The Flop Bravo Businesses Ft. Amy Phillips

    Mention It All

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 47:31


    Dylan is joined by Radio Andy host and Housewife impression expert Amy Phillips for a debrief on the state of Real Housewives. They discuss which RHOA business(es) are giving fake vibes, and how Marlo is handling her first season with a peach. Then, they talk about Amy's Bravo background, and how RHUGT feels like a major culmination of 15 years of Housewives fandom. Then, they get into the Dubai cast's murky finances and friendships, and whether Crystal is succeeding this season on RHOBH.

    Ad Victoriam Salesforce Simplified
    Manufacturer Transforms Customer and Team Member Experience with Salesforce

    Ad Victoriam Salesforce Simplified

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 10:54


    On this episode of “Salesforce Simplified,” we're speaking with Chip Boeneke, VP of Information Technology at Residential Elevators, about digital experiences within the manufacturing industry, and in particular, his company's recent digital transformation. Episode Notes/Resources: Salesforce for Manufacturing: https://bit.ly/3FIhZ5Y Take the Manufacturing Cloud Quiz: https://bit.ly/3ovMKp8 The 5 Most Important Things Manufacturing Cloud Does for Businesses: https://bit.ly/2YWlaqZ

    Podcast – Ray Edwards
    The $100 Recession-Proof Startup Business

    Podcast – Ray Edwards

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 18:16


    Not only can you start a business that actually prospers during recession, but you can do so for less than a $100 investment. In this week's episode, I'll explain what that business is, why recession actually increases demand for it, plus a few pitfalls to avoid and some shortcuts to take.   [00:00] Show open - What is it? [01:49] Here's 3 reasons why a copywritng business is perfect for a recession [02:18] Businesses are your customers (They NEED you!) [03:46] Operating cost is virtually nothing [04:33] "Geo-arbitrage" [06:49] Linguistic Alchemy [07:50] How I started in this biz [08:09] I can write, but...now what? [10:02] Getting steady work [11:12] The "foolproof plan"...that doesn't work. [12:25] Seminars, and why you need them [13:34] Certified by yours truly [15:23] The first brick wall most new copywriters hit [16:00] Why new copywriters feel they have no credibility in the marketplace Links Become a Ray Edwards Certified Direct Response Copywriter - Click to apply and schedule a one-on-one meeting. This meeting is not a sales call! This is an opportunity to evaluate each other and see if this is a good fit. I do not sell my credibility, you must earn it - And that starts with us discussing your goals, expectations and level of commitment. How You Can Help Subscribe to the show in iTunes and give us a rating and review. Make sure you put your real name and website in the text of the review itself. We will definitely mention you on this show. We are also on Stitcher.com, so if you prefer Stitcher, please subscribe there. Connect with Ray on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram Visit Ray's community on Facebook – This is a friendly group of writers, entrepreneurs, and coaches who share ideas and helpful advice.

    Business Casual
    How Businesses Can Actually Support LGBTQ+ Employees

    Business Casual

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 47:18


    Nora and Scott speak with Sarah Kate Ellis, the CEO of GLAAD, about how the non-profit is working to shape the media narrative around LGBTQ issues. Then, Ellie Parsons, director of mobile engineering at Ovia Health, shares her personal transition story and details how businesses, employers and colleagues can actually be supportive and offer resources to LGBTQ+ folks. For more info on our presenting sponsor, check out grayscale.com/businesscasual Hosts: Nora Ali & Scott Rogowsky Producer: Bella Hutchins  Video Editors: Mckenzie Marshall and Christie Muldoon Production, Mixing & Sound Design: Daniel Markus Music: Daniel Markus & Breakmaster Cylinder Fact Checker: Kate Brandt  Senior Producer: Katherine Milsop VP, Head of Multimedia: Sarah Singer  Full transcripts for all Business Casual episodes available at https://businesscasual.fm

    BLACK ENTREPRENEUR BLUEPRINT
    Black Entrepreneur Blueprint 414 - Jay Jones - Lead Generation Mastermind - Generating Leads For Your Business And Other Businesses

    BLACK ENTREPRENEUR BLUEPRINT

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 43:24


    Many businesses fail or hit a revenue ceiling that they just can't break through. In order to build and scale your business, you must have a stream of qualified leads and a system to generate them. Join Jay on today's Black Entrepreneur Blueprint podcast episode # 414 as he discusses the importance of lead generation and how you can use those same skills to make money helping other business owners. Visit the website at https://blackentrepreneurblueprint.com/   LEARN MORE ABOUT MY LEAD GENERATION MASTERMIND PROGRAM: https://1181-info.systeme.io/836f07af-aa3babd7   GET YOUR ENTREPRENEURIAL RESOURCES https://blackentrepreneurblueprint.com/   GET THE SHOW NOTES & BEB NEWSLETTER https://pages.rasa.io/signup/36276896…

    ThinkEnergy
    Summer Recharge: EV-olving Transportation with Cara Clairman

    ThinkEnergy

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 29:51


    In our last episode, we spoke with Loren McDonald about the shift in social perception when it comes to adopting EVs across Canada. However, it'll take more than just a social shift for this adoption to happen. This week we're revisiting our conversation with Cara Clairman, President and CEO at Plug'nDrive—and a prominent leader in the EV space, who shared her unique perspective on Canada's readiness to adopt EVs, barriers the country is facing, whether Canadian businesses and municipalities have a role to play in EVolution, and more.    Related links LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cara-clairman-84967318/ Cost of Ownership Tool: https://ev.plugndrive.ca/ Book a Test Drive: https://www.plugndrive.ca/electric-vehicle-discovery-centre/ Used EV rebate program: https://www.plugndrive.ca/used-electric-vehicles/ ZEVIP (NRCan funding program for infrastructure): https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/energy-efficiency/transportation-alternative-fuels/zero-emission-vehicle-infrastructure-program/21876 Federal EV incentive program: https://tc.canada.ca/en/road-transportation/innovative-technologies/zero-emission-vehicles   --- To subscribe using Apple Podcasts:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/thinkenergy/id1465129405   To subscribe using Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7wFz7rdR8Gq3f2WOafjxpl   To subscribe on Libsyn: http://thinkenergy.libsyn.com/ --- Subscribe so you don't miss a video: YouTube   Check out our cool pics on Instagram   More to Learn on Facebook   Keep up with the Tweets at Twitter   Transcript      Dan Seguin  00:06 This is thinkenergy. The podcast that helps you better understand the fast changing world of energy through conversations with game changers, industry leaders, and influencers. So join me, Dan Seguin, and my co host Rebecca Schwartz, as we explore both traditional and unconventional facets of the energy industry. Hey everyone, welcome to the summer rewind edition of the thinkenergy podcast. While we recharge our batteries during these lazy hazy days of summer, we're bringing back some blasts from our podcast past. We'll be reintroducing some of our most popular interviews that garnered a lot of attention and interest. There's been a lot of talk about the future electrification of energy on the path to net zero. The episodes we've selected are very future focused with themes around Green Innovation, renewable energy, and our impact on the environment. So I hope you enjoy the summer rewind edition of today's episode. In the meantime, have a happy summer. And we'll be back on August 15. To kick off another exciting season. Cheers. Hey, everyone, I'm Dan Seguin.   Rebecca Schwartz  01:30 And I'm Rebecca Schwartz, both from Hydro Ottawa.   Dan Seguin  01:33 And we'll be hosting the thinkenergy podcast. So are you looking to better understand the fast changing world of energy? Every two weeks, Rebecca and I will be taking you on a tour and discuss some of the coolest trends, emerging technologies and latest innovations within the energy sector.   Rebecca Schwartz  01:52 We'll be engaging in great conversations with game changers, thought leaders and industry leaders who welcomed the opportunity to share their expertise and views with you, our listeners.   Dan Seguin  02:03 So stay tuned as we explore some traditional and some coffee facets of this industry.   Rebecca Schwartz  02:09 This is the thinkenergy podcast.   Dan Seguin  02:12 Hey, everyone, welcome back. This is the thinkenergy podcast. And on today's episode, we'll tackle EV-lution of transportation. I'm Dan Seguin.   Rebecca Schwartz  02:28 And I'm Rebecca Schwartz. Hey, Dan, you have an electric vehicle,right?   Dan Seguin  02:32 I sure do.   Rebecca Schwartz  02:33 I'm curious. What's your experience been? Like? Would you recommend an EV for your one and only favorite co host?   Dan Seguin  02:39 Mm hmm. I would 100% Recommend one. I love my little EV. I've actually owned two. And now my wife has just ordered her very own. I have no regrets.   Rebecca Schwartz  02:54 That's good to know. Now, if I could just get a solid pay raise, I'll be able to afford one hint hint nudge nudge.   Dan Seguin  03:01 Hmm. I have some great news about that Rebecca. First. Both the Feds and some provinces have great incentive programs. With these rebates EVs are really much more affordable. In fact, as part of Canada's goal to help fight climate change, there are plans to make owning a zero emission vehicle more accessible than ever before, through addressing affordability and adequate infrastructure. Today's guests will have lots more to say about that.   Rebecca Schwartz  03:35 Oh, visions of having my very own EV are getting a little bit more clear. You have my attention go on.   Dan Seguin  03:41 In fact, the pressures on; the Government of Canada has mandated 100% of car and passenger truck Sales be zero emission by 2035. All kinds of measures will be required to support this transportation evolution. Everything from incentives for zero emission vehicles, to investments in infrastructure to partnerships with auto manufacturers are being pursued.   Rebecca Schwartz  04:06 Wow, that seems so soon. But that's exciting. There are so many more things I'd like to know when asked. So here's today's big questions. Are Canadians ready to embrace this relatively quick transition over to EVs? What are the barriers and do Canadian businesses and municipalities have a role to play in the EV evolution?   Dan Seguin  04:26 Joining us today we have Cara Clairman, CEO and President at Plug'n Drive and a prominent leader in the EV space. She's here today to provide us with all of the answers. Cara, welcome to the show. Maybe you could start by telling us a bit about your organization and its mandate.   Cara Clairman  04:52 Well, thanks so much, Dan, for for inviting me to do this. Plug'n Drive is a not for profit. So we're out there trying to educate consumers on the environmental and economic benefits of switching to an electric car. And so most of our work revolves revolves around that outreach and education to help people make the switch.   Rebecca Schwartz  05:12 The Government of Canada has set what some might call an aggressive mandate for 100% of new light duty vehicle sales to be zero emissions by 2035. Why has Canada set this mandate? And how does it play into the larger picture of net zero by 2050.   Cara Clairman  05:27 So I'm sure a lot of your listeners will know that transportation is actually one of the largest emitting sectors not just here in Canada, but pretty much everywhere around the world. And in fact, in many provinces of Canada, transportation is the number one largest emitter larger than industry larger than buildings. And so we really can't achieve our climate goals if we don't tackle transportation. So of course, tackling transportation is a few, a few different things, not just EVs. But EV is a ready technology that's here that would really, really help in terms of reducing emissions from consumer vehicles, as well as now some medium and even heavy duty. And this opportunity is huge. Because if you just take Ontario, for example, you know, our number one emission source is transportation, and our electricity grid is already extremely clean. We're about 95% emission reduction if we switch to EVs, because our electricity grid here is already about 90 plus percent free of greenhouse gas emissions. And that's true in many provinces of Canada. So if you look at our electricity grid across the country, you have, you know, a number of provinces that are hydro only. So it's, you know, BC, Quebec, Manitoba. And so if you look across the country, we're already about 80% GHG, free pretty much. And so it's just such a perfect match with the with improving the emissions from transportation across Canada, we have an extremely clean energy grid. And if you think about our electricity, here in Ontario, it's mostly nuclear and hydro, a little bit of, of solar and wind, very small amount of natural gas. So we're already about only 5%, five to 8% fossil fuel on the grid. So plugging into our cars into that grid offers a huge emission reduction at about 90 to 95%. So as a long way of saying, you know, requiring new EV sales is a relatively easy way for the government to start making the transition for the transportation personal vehicle fleet, and would allow Canada actually to achieve the net zero by 2050, which it really can't do if it doesn't tackle transportation.   Dan Seguin  08:00 Now, Cara, are you able to expand on how Canada's zero emission vehicle mandates compare globally? Are we on par with other countries?   Cara Clairman  08:10 Well, I'll answer that question sort of in two parts. How we are now compared to the globe and other countries and how we will be right now I'd say we're a bit behind. Because we don't have an aggressive enough, EV set of EV policies, and we have quite a patchwork across the country in terms of provincial policies. And so our adoption rates are actually on the low side relative to a lot of other countries. I'd say we stand around 10th Right now, you know, in comparison to other countries that have, you know, better policies than we have. However, the policy of zero emission new sales, right, that's just new sales, we'll still have gas cars around for quite a while. zero emission, new sales by 2035. Is, is quite progressive. And I would say it's not the most aggressive policy, there are a few countries ahead of us, like Norway has, you know, a mandate for 2025. And there are a number of European countries that have set 2030. But 2035 is definitely in the pack, I would say in terms of of leadership in the top, you know, 10 or 15 countries. What we really need to do though, is make this a law. You know, right now, we just have a sort of a vague commitment to it and until it's legislated, it really doesn't have a lot of meaning.   Rebecca Schwartz  09:42 What are some of the main barriers to zero emission vehicle adoption?   Cara Clairman  09:47 Okay, well, there's lots of barriers still remaining, although we're making lots of good progress. We did a survey about four years ago, and I think the results probably would hold true today as well. While asking people about about what was preventing them from choosing an electric vehicle, and actually the number one barrier was price, which surprised us, we expected people to say range or lack of public infrastructure or something like that. But three to one, they actually said, they thought EVs were too expensive. And so we know that the upfront sticker price is is a problem for people, it is still a bit more expensive than the equivalent gas car. What people don't really know is that the total cost of ownership of an EV, even at today's prices is less. But it's always a challenge to help people understand you're going to pay more now and save later. And we have to help people see the advantage of doing that. So I would say you know, cost and then also education because you have to help people understand that total cost of ownership over time. And actually, to help consumers on that specific point, we've, we've put a really great new tool on our website called Find your EV match, which really helps you see the total cost of ownership for for electric vehicles income, and you can even compare an EV to your existing gas car that you currently drive and see your monthly savings. And so this is a really, really important point. I would also say, of course, you know, we do need more infrastructure, and they're still in some range hesitancy concern, but I really believe that the range issue is going away as an issue as the battery technology improves. And of course, as public infrastructure improves.   Dan Seguin  11:40 Okay, Cara. How is your organization working to build consumer awareness and education to help remove consumer concerns around EVs?   Cara Clairman  11:50 Well, I mean, Dan, this is what we're doing every single day. You know, we've built our whole program around helping the consumer get over their concerns. And so we're quite accustomed to every single concern and question people have. And basically we do it in a couple of ways. We have our EV Discovery Center in Toronto, which is you know, a bricks and mortar facility, people can come learn all about EVs, no pressure to buy anything, and test drive the latest make some models. And we have found through our research that test drive is key to helping people get over their concerns. And that's been a bit of a challenge during COVID, although we are back to doing test drive. And then secondly, we have our mobile EV Discovery Center or our meet, which we take to smaller cities and towns all over to sort of bring the EV Discovery Center concept to them. And so that's a great opportunity for people to learn again, and a no pressure environment is fun. And then we have our roadshow, which you know, where we go out to even farther afield locations for a day or two days to give people that chance where they may not have any, for example, and EV dealers in their community. So we're really trying to reach everyone. And so that so those are the main things that we do. And I would just add the the other program that we have that we find is really helping consumers is our used TV program, which has a rebate attached to it and we're doing this online through webinars, but it's to help people understand who who had that idea. Oh, you know, I love TV, but I think it's just too expensive for me to help them understand that use these are a great opportunity affordable and available and in the webinar we run through a you know sort of everything you need to know to choose the used EV that's right for you. And then Plug'n Drive is offering $1,000 rebate to anyone who lives in Ontario. If you buy a used EV.   Dan Seguin  13:53 Wondering if you can tell us about Plug'n Drive's Electric Vehicle Discovery Center and what goes on there?   Cara Clairman  13:59 So the Discovery Center is as I said, at bricks and mortar facilities, a sort of imagined Science Center meets cars showroom, you want to see some photos of it, you could just check it out on plugndrive.ca. And the great thing there is it's you know, interactive fun, like I said, like a science center. People come just for fun to learn. And of course, we aren't selling cars. So people don't have that pressure that they feel they sometimes have when they go to a dealership. And then we have all the makes and models sitting right there for people to test drive. And that test drive is so key to helping someone get over their concerns. Because a lot of the times people have a preconceived notion about what an EV might be like, and they don't realize like how fun it is to drive and that these are really fantastic vehicles with great pickup. And it kinda just reminds people of the quality and the fun. And then we can run through with them how much money they're going to save and the emission reductions and our stats tell the story about 35% of the people after visiting the center, within six months have bought an electric car.   Rebecca Schwartz  15:07 How can Canadian businesses support the transition to electric vehicles? And how can they acquire access to the proper funding?   Cara Clairman  15:14 Yeah, we've started doing a lot of work with businesses. And what we find is, you know, number one, what they can do is look at workplace charging, we know that the home is the number one place, people want to charge about 80% of us plug in our cars at home at night, take advantage of low time of use prices. It's where it's convenient, all those reasons. But the second place people want to charge is that work. And actually, studies at UC California have shown that if someone sees a charger at work, and then talks to a colleague who has an EV at work, they're six times more likely to adopt an electric car. So one of the great things that a business can do is put in some workplace charging, and then also do some education around using that charging and help their employees get on board. And some businesses are even offering an incentive to their employees to consider an EV, especially companies that are looking at their own GHG reduction targets. And transportation might be one of the main emitters of their of their organization. So they can use those chargers for their own fleet. They can electrify their own fleet that way, and they can help their employees. So those are a couple of ways. Businesses can help support the transition. And then you've asked about access to funding there, there is some funding through enter can the program is called ZEVIP Zed E VIP where businesses can apply to get some funding for workplace type charging systems.   Dan Seguin  16:51 It would seem that municipalities across Canada have a large part to play to support the government's mandate and to make charging stations more accessible. In your experience. Has this been the case? What's your view on the role municipalities play in the electrification of transit?   Cara Clairman  17:09 Yeah, municipalities do have an important role to play. And I think they are starting to recognize it more and more. So for example, one role that municipalities are playing and it's proving really important is in terms of standards for multi unit buildings. So for example, a municipality can require a certain green standard for condos or multi unit buildings being built in their in their territory, and that will ensure that the you know, rough in is there for the plugs in future and that new buildings will get built with you know, with the ability or sort of EV ready to help their citizens because let's face it, especially in the Greater Toronto Area, a lot of people live in multi unit. And we need to make it possible for these people to plug in. There's other roles they can play, for example, we're seeing a lot of municipalities set up you know, their own EV policies for their, you know, for public parking, for example, street parking for for different, making certain municipal lots available for charging, there's there's lots of ways that municipalities can help. And there are, you know, through the associations, there's sharing, I know of EV policies across municipalities that don't have to reinvent the wheel.   Rebecca Schwartz  18:32 All right, Cara, can you talk to us about Canada's electric highway? Can we actually drive our EVs coast to coast?   Cara Clairman  18:40 Yes, you can. It's still not that easy, I have to say. But the thing I always want to remind is that this is not a trip that many people are doing. You know, maybe some of us have done it once in our life, or, you know, it's the thing that happens very rarely. So it's not as critical. It's more of again, it's a nice to do. It's sort of a psychological thing. People think, oh, it's great if you can, it's still a challenge, but doable and getting easier. You know, it's something that I would say, no, it's not a trip I'm ever going to do and I mean, I drive my car just more locally. So I wouldn't want people to hesitate getting an EV because this isn't the easiest trip to make.   Dan Seguin  19:28 It seems that national sales of EVs are closing in on 4%. What are your recommendations to accelerate the deployment of electric vehicles in Canada?   Cara Clairman  19:38 Well, there's just a whole bunch of things we need to do. So for example, right now in British Columbia, we're hovering around 10% of new sales, Quebec, close to 8%. Ontario, we're down at 2%. And so you can see that the variability in the different policies are leading to very different results. And so there's a couple of things, we need to make some consistency across Canada because what happens when you have certain provinces with really aggressive policies and certain policies, provinces without it, the vehicle supply goes to those provinces with the more aggressive policies. And then it's really hard for people, for example, in Ontario, to get vehicles, and so that ZEV mandate, or ZEV standard that the federal government is talking about is really important for making, you know, some more consistency across the whole country. So I'm very supportive of that. I'd also like to see some consistent building codes across the country, it seems ridiculous that in 2021, where we still have condos and apartment buildings being built with no potential for EV charging in the future, and it's so much more expensive to do a retrofit than to do it when you're building a building. So the building codes need to be updated, to make sure that the buildings are required to at least rough in for evey charging in the future. So that's another really, really important one. And then, you know, we, you know, I'd like to say that the time of needing incentives is over, it isn't over. We still do need incentives for the next couple of years. I think we're going to hit price parity in a few years time, and then we won't need them anymore. But but for now, I think we do. And because the environmental benefit is so large, I think it makes sense that governments continue to support it.   Dan Seguin  21:32 What about charging stations, is charging infrastructure rolling out at the pace to support the transition to 100%, zero emission vehicle sales by 2035.   Cara Clairman  21:44 Well, we do still have more work to do in the area of public charging, but again, I'm one of those people who doesn't think this is as critical to the rollout as some other things. You know, as an EV, driver, and Dan, you said, you're also an EV driver, we are charging at home, most of us are charging at home. And we are very occasionally using public charging. I only use public charging a few times a year. And I think I'm pretty typical on a road trip or work trip. And so you do need more infrastructure, we can't have single chargers out there. You know, we need to multiply those we need them to be in strategic locations. We need them to be in places where you can grab a bite to eat and use facilities and all that. So there's work to do, but I am not of the view that this is a primary barrier to evey adoption. Really, the infrastructure you need is at home and it's ready right now.   Rebecca Schwartz  22:44 Cara, can you tell us a bit about the sentiment among automotive manufacturers? Are they embracing the transition to EVs at all?   Cara Clairman  22:51 Well, we're certainly I mean, you really can't turn on your news or open your your apps, which is how most of us probably get our news these days without seeing a new announcements. So we certainly are seeing the commitment to EVs. In the future, where there's a bit of a struggle, I would say it's sort of right now. Right now in Canada supply is extremely low. It's quite difficult to get vehicles, all the manufacturers are ramping up. But that doesn't happen overnight. And so, you know, we need to do a bit more to get the vehicles in here right now. The exciting thing is, you know, here in Ontario, we're going to be making EVs in the next couple of years. And so the supply challenge will get fixed. And and then we're going to see, I think, you know, just massive changes, but for now the next year to two years, we definitely have a struggle to to bring in the vehicles. And we have to show to the automakers that Canada is a good place for evey adoption, because of course they send the vehicles where they think the best opportunity is to sell them.   Dan Seguin  23:55 Cara, just wondering what should consumers know about zero emissions vehicles today? How has technology evolved over the past few years? And are there funding opportunities for consumers looking to purchase one?   Cara Clairman  24:09 Well, of course, I want people to know that EVs are a fantastic option right now, what I hear from a lot of consumers, which which is helpful, is you know, yes EVs are the future, I'm sure that we're all going to be driving EVs. But what I think a lot of people don't realize is that they're totally ready for primetime right now. Fantastic quality, good range, everything you really need is already there. And of course, the fun and the super great pickup and all those things too. And so I think, you know, people shouldn't hesitate, that that when they're ready for a new car, this should be good. In terms of funding opportunities. I would say, you know, of course the federal government still has its $5,000 rebate available. And as we you know, in the election, we basically got the same government and they have committed to continue that. So we know that will continue. Some provinces have a provincial incentive that layers on top of that, unfortunately, we don't have that in Ontario right now, which is makes us a little bit of a laggard. Compared to other provinces, there are now six provinces with rebates, which makes it hard for Ontario to attract vehicle. So when people go looking for a vehicle, they're challenged to find one. What I would tell consumers that are looking for one and don't want to have to get on a waiting list is to look at the US market. There's a lot of great options in the US market right now. And of course, as I said, Plug'n Drive has $1,000 incentive to buy a used EV, and an extra $1,000 If you scrap an old gas car and buy a used EV so that's a great option. If you can't find the new vehicle that you're looking for.   Rebecca Schwartz  25:54 In your view, Cara, what does the future of Canada look like when it comes to zero emission vehicles?   Cara Clairman  26:00 Well, I think I think pretty much everyone has realized even the most Die Hard sort of auto analyst who really really hesitated on EVs. In terms of their reporting. I think even they have realized like this is coming, there's no stopping it. It's, it's the question mark is like how fast and I think groups like mine and other other EV sort of advocacy type groups are really it's all about how can we get this transition to happen faster, because if you agree that climate change is a crisis, we really can't wait for sort of a slow market transition, we need to do everything we can to speed it up. So that includes incentives, that includes building codes, that includes ZEV mandate policies, that includes all sorts of local initiatives to try to encourage people to speed it up. But I do feel very optimistic that you know, we are going to see a huge swing in the direction of EVs even by 2030.   Dan Seguin  27:03 Okay, Cara, how about we close off with some rapid fire questions?   Cara Clairman  27:08 Okay, skip the skip the favorite word. I really didn't have one.   Dan Seguin  27:12 What is the one thing you can't live without?   Cara Clairman  27:16 Coffee!   Dan Seguin  27:17 What is something that challenges you?   Cara Clairman  27:19 Something that challenges me? Well, I mean, I guess the reality is in a nonprofit setting, you're always you're always having to raise money. And so that's always a challenge for anybody in the NGO sector. That's that's probably our biggest challenge.   Dan Seguin  27:35 If you could have one superpower, what would it be?   Cara Clairman  27:40 Well, I think I would love the teleportation oh my gosh, you know, I love EVs. But let's face it, there's still cars. And, you know, they still contribute to gridlock and traffic and all that. And it would just be so awesome to be able to just teleport to some other location.   Dan Seguin  27:58 Now, Cara, if you could turn back time and talk to your 18 year old self? What would you tell her?   Cara Clairman  28:05 I would tell her to do more public speaking. Who knew I would end up doing so much public speaking in my career, I really didn't get started in that till I was much older. And I feel like it's a useful skill for any job just to feel confident talking in front of other people, whether that's five people or 500 people. So I would definitely say get yourself in front of an audience and practice public speaking.   Dan Seguin  28:32 And lastly, what do you currently find most interesting in your sector?   Cara Clairman  28:38 Oh, my gosh, my sector is so fascinating. You know, it's funny because I come from the electricity sector as you do. And I think there's a lot of people with this idea. That's kind of an old, stodgy, boring sector. And so I find it so exciting that there's so many opportunities for innovation. And it's not just EV, it's storage, and renewables and there's just there's just so much of interest happening in the electricity sector. I hope young people are really looking at it for future career options.   Rebecca Schwartz  29:09 All right, Cara. We've reached the end of another episode of The thinkenergy podcast. Thanks so much for joining us today. We hope you had fun.   Cara Clairman  29:16 I did. Thank you so much for having me.   Dan Seguin  29:18 Thanks for tuning in to another episode of the thinkenergy podcast. And don't forget to subscribe and leave us a review wherever you're listening. And to find out more about today's guests, or previous episodes, visit thinkenergypodcast.com. I hope you'll join us again next time as we spark even more conversations about the energy of tomorrow.

    Starting the Conversation
    188 | TikTok viral and juggling two businesses with Lucy Hitchcock

    Starting the Conversation

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 54:45


    Is it too late to join TikTok? Why start a second business? How does Instagram fit into your marketing strategy? Todays episode will answers those questions and more. Since Lucy last came on the podcast she's launched a second business and gone viral on TikTok, two things I was curious to hear more about. I find conversations with Lucy so inspiring (and full of tangents!) and this one was no different - I so hope you enjoy listening to it as much as I did recording it. _____ AB | Website, Instagram, LinkedIn, TikTok Lucy | LinkedIn, TikTok, Partner In Wine, Sassy Digital

    Cyber Security Inside
    102. Cloud Security: Resiliency and Shared Responsibility

    Cyber Security Inside

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 25:43


    In this episode of Cyber Security Inside, Camille and Tom take a dive into cloud security with Jo Peterson, Vice President Cloud & Security Services, Forbes Technology Council, CompTIA Advisory-Infrastructure. The conversation covers: -  How the cloud has become a more integral part of businesses, and where we are headed with cloud. -  What your responsibilities are for cloud security and the questions to ask when choosing a provider. -  How artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things interact with cloud security. -  What the biggest concerns are in cloud security and what experts are doing to make it more secure. ...and more. Don't miss it!   We were honored to have Jo on the podcast, who has accomplished some amazing things this year! Check out her accolades: -  Onalytica Who's Who in Cybersecurity https://onalytica.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/Whos-Who-in-Cybersecurity.pdf -  Engati LinkedIn 30 Top Voices in Tech https://www.engati.com/blog/linkedin-top-voices-in-tech -  Thinkers360 Top 150 Women B2B Leaders to Follow in 2022 https://www.thinkers360.com/150-women-b2b-thought-leaders-you-should-follow-in-2022/ -  2016-2022 CRN Women of the Channel Recipient https://www.crn.com/rankings-and-lists/wotc2022.htm  -  Onalytica Who's Who in the Cloud https://onalytica.com/blog/posts/whos-who-in-cloud/   The views and opinions expressed are those of the guests and author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Intel Corporation.   Here are some key takeaways: -  When you don't own the hardware you are using, what can you do to keep yourself secure? We are all sharing a lot of the same underlying infrastructure, and sharing information and data on the public cloud. Keeping it secure is very important. -  Customers are concerned with outages and resiliency of cloud systems. And there are some things that customers can do. Having things like High Availability, housing workloads across multiple availability zones, supporting region routing, backing up data, encrypting data, and more! These are the top concerns of customers right now. -  Often cloud breaches happen with unsecured assets because someone internally made a mistake somewhere. The Shared Responsibility Model needs to be flexible and apply to each cloud provider. And knowing your responsibility within that model is important. -  Splitting up an application between on-prem and in a CSP sometimes depends on financial means. It is more costly to run something in the cloud because of bandwidth and latency. So for one application, some of the storage might be on-prem and some of the computing might be done in the cloud, with you traversing back and forth. -  Splitting up presences across geographic locations is also smart. If you have a west coast presence, but there is an earthquake that damages your systems, having an east coast presence as well is useful. And you can balance the application with application load balancers in those different availability zones. -  There are a lot of suggestions and how-tos for best practices and using availability zones. But it also takes some technical knowledge and practice on how to build a secure cloud environment. At the end of the day, you are building your own infrastructure. -  Cloud has grown and changed a lot over time, and it is still growing and changing. Especially with work from home, how we connect to the cloud and use it has changed. Maybe it's time to do identity based, maybe the tech for VPNs still hold. We have to rethink who we are letting access data, and continually rethink as things change. -  What advice does Jo Peterson have for people trying to select a cloud service provider partner? Know your inventory first, and know what you want to move to the cloud. Then look at what you have chosen and decide what specialization you might want to go with based on what you have. -  When looking for a cloud service provider, it is important to know what you need and to find someone who specializes in that. If you are multinational, find someone who knows the regulations. If you are a beginner, find someone that can guide you and help you with what you need, specifically. -  Artificial intelligence and the cloud are both increasing in use and they support each other. Businesses need both in the future, and they work together. With the Internet of Things, AI and the cloud will both be utilized. Some interesting quotes from today's episode: “Recently, one of the major cloud hyperscalers had an outage. They actually had a couple in a row. And cloud systems are expected to always be on and news like that makes the headlines. What I'm hearing customers talk about is maybe the need to rethink a strategy about having all their eggs in one basket.” - Jo Peterson   “Have you secured your user end points? That translates into all end points. You might have the users squared away, but maybe you don't have your VM squared away. Maybe you don't have your server squared away.” - Jo Peterson   “Wherever the disaster happens, it's still a disaster. So if you're running in a different availability zone, you're theoretically dealing with a whole other stack of infrastructure.” - Jo Peterson on how availability zones are useful protections from natural disasters to hackers   “All of the hyperscalers do a really great job of helping to inform and educate potential clients. So every one of them has how-to guides. But at the end of the day, it's you building your infrastructure. So what I see happen in shops that don't have a lot of help, is they'll go to a managed service provider, a CSP, first to get that sort of architectural best practice from that company. And they'll learn as they go.” - Jo Peterson   “Well, cloud is a teenager, and it's growing up. There's things that are happening as it grows up and matures. The world around it is changing and its world is changing. So there's this sort of dual effect.” - Jo Peterson   “Current estimates expect today's $2.5 billion ML market (cloud ML market) to reach $13 billion by 2025. It's a pretty big increase, right? And Deloitte put out a 2020 study of AI that revealed that 83% of organizations expect AI to be critical to their business success in the next two years. So cloud drives measurable benefits for AI programs.” - Jo Peterson   “I think we're just going to be seeing more AI and cloud together, like peanut butter and jelly.” - Jo Peterson   “I think we're going to see, particularly in certain verticals, like retail, healthcare… We'll see edge cloud deployments. And he who has the data and he who uses the data is going to be first. You're going to see market disruption. You're going to see first to market advantage by companies that are using that edge, that customer data most creatively.” - Jo Peterson

    Irish Tech News Audio Articles
    Green Transition Fund to Help Businesses Move Away from Fossil Fuels

    Irish Tech News Audio Articles

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 4:27


    As part of this Government's plans to take better care of our planet, the Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Leo Varadkar TD, Minister of State at the Department of Justice and Equality with responsibility for Law Reform, James Browne TD and Minister of State for Land Use and Biodiversity, Senator Pippa Hackett today announced a new €55m Green Transition fund to help businesses move away from fossil fuels and towards more sustainable, cheaper alternatives. Green Transition Fund to Help Businesses Move Away from Fossil Fuels The Green Transition Fund is part of Ireland's National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRRP), which is funded by the European Union. Speaking today, the Tánaiste said: “We need to take better care of our planet. This generation should aim to pass it on to the next in a better condition than we inherited it. Businesses have a really important role to play. However, we need to recognise that, despite the fact we have a higher number of people employed now than in the history of the state, many of our business owners are still getting back on their feet after what has been an incredibly difficult couple of years. So, we need to help them when it comes to what is another enormous challenge – reducing our reliance on fossil fuels. “This new €55m Fund has two elements, one part to help businesses make a plan particular to their company to give them clarity on what exactly needs to be done and another part, more aimed at our manufacturing industry, investing in a more environmental way of doing things. “Putin's war on Ukraine has highlighted the vulnerability of becoming too reliant on finite resources controlled by other states. We need to help Irish businesses now prepare for a future where economic growth and fossil fuels are not intertwined. This Fund is an important help.” Minister Pippa Hackett, said: “We will only achieve our climate targets with an all-of-Government, all-of-society approach, and the business sector has a vital role to play in our transition to a low-carbon economy. This is an exciting time for businesses who want to make that transition, and I am delighted to be part of a Government that is targeting support towards a greener, more sustainable and more resilient business environment. “Employees, customers, funders and shareholders alike are demanding more from businesses when it comes to their environmental credentials. As businesses continue their recovery from the pandemic, this €55 million Green Transition Fund is a great example of how Government funding can be used to help enterprises to move away from pre-Covid, business as usual models, to models that deliver for the environment, as well as for their employees, their customers and the communities in which they operate.” Minister James Browne TD, said: “The businesses I talk to see opportunities to reduce their costs and their carbon emissions by better managing their energy use. These Funds can unlock that opportunity for manufacturing businesses in particular, and make a real difference to the bottom line and climate impact of our enterprise base. The government understands the strain that energy costs are putting on business, and this is another way to help relieve some of that pressure.” The Green Transition Fund comprises The Climate Planning Fund for Business, which will give businesses funding to come up with a personalised plan to identify how best to remove reliance on fossil fuels in their business. A €1,800 grant to develop a plan and up to €50,000 matched funding to go towards specific capacity building within an enterprise are among the grants available. The Enterprise Emissions Reduction Investment Fund will give manufacturing businesses funding to invest in carbon-neutral heating processes, smart metering and energy monitoring, and research and development. Up to €1m is available for businesses to upgrade their processes. The programmes will run over the next five years. The National Recovery ...

    Content Marketing 101 | All Things Content Marketing, Social Media & Personal Branding

    Social media is an ever-changing beast! But which one is best for your business needs. In 2022 I believe there are two clear winners right now that we should really be taking advantage of. Number one is YouTube for discoverability. And number two is Instagram for relationship building and lead nurturing In my opinion, no other social platform as of right now comes close to scratching the surface of the potential of these two when combined! I'd love to know the comments if you disagree and why Be sure to watch the full episode to understand my full position Episode Chapters 0:00 Best Social Media Platforms for businesses RIGHT NOW 2:00 why Youtube is AMAZING for brand discovery 6:12 why Instagram is the best relationship-building social platform 10:30 Other social platforms 16:40 Episode Takeaway ✅Lets Connect

    Jim and Them
    The Vince McMahon Cast - #731 Part 1

    Jim and Them

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 90:42


    Vince McMahon: Jim and Them is the official VINCECAST! Covering the recent controversy with Vince McMahon and dropping REAL FACTS! Thank you Vince! Thank You Marty Jannetty!Ray J: Ray J celebrates Pride Month in the only way he knows!BOOSIE: It's been too long! Lets check in on BOOSIE as he celebrates not being a grandpa and makes fun of his son for not being able to read. Also we check in with Tootie Raww songs.WHOLE LIFE TO DO SOMETHING SPECIAL!, EL CAMINO!, THANK YOU VINCE!, YOU STILL GOT IT!, WWE!, VINCECAST!, BRET SCREWED BRET!, DUMPED CM PUNK!, AEW!, HANGMAN MARK!, TOP GUN MAVERICK!, PATRIOT DOLLAR!, THANK YOU ACE!, NEW JIMTERVENTION!, COBRA KAI SMUT!, DUDES AIN'T STOPPING!, RAY J!, SHOUT OUT!, JIM AND THEM SUMMER SHIRT!, VINCE MCMAHON!, WWE!, PARALEGAL!, AFFAIR!, PAID OFF!, NDAs!, JOHN LAURINAITIS!, GOBLIN MODE!, CORPORATION!, WWF!, MARKS!, SMARKS!, BUSINESS!, STEPHANIE MCMAHON!, TRISH STRATUS!, RIKISHI!, STONE COLD!, CREATIVE!, SMACKDOWN!, STANDING OVATION!, THEN!, NOW!, FOREVER!, TOGETHER!, NO CHANCE!, VINCE ROCKS!, WRESTLING SUCKS!, SASHA BANKS!, MERCEDES!, MARTY JANNETTY!, FACEBOOK!, CAMEO!, CRAZY!, OLD MAN!, THE ROCKERS!, ROAD STORY!, RAY J!, PRIDE MONTH!, KIM KARDASHIAN!, DEAN!, SHOUT OUTS!, BUSINESSES!, MONEY!, N-WORD!, EMPHASIS!, RAY PRIDE!, BOOSIE!, GRANDPA!, SON'S BABY!, TOOTIE RAWw!, BITS!, SELF AWARENESS!, FREE BOOSIE!, FUCKING!, HEAD FOR A 12 YEAR OLD!, HEAT!, HOLD ON!, MAD MAN!, TRENCH BABY!, FUCKED UP!, GARFIELD AVE!, EXTENDO!, CANCER!, TOPLESS POOL PARTY!, CLUB EVENTS!, JORDAN MADDISON!, DO YOU REMEMBER!, CHRIS COALES!, PODCAST DIRTBAG!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!

    Enterprise Podcast Network – EPN
    81% of Business Owners Want to Exit Their Businesses, But Most Will Fail Without This Key Element

    Enterprise Podcast Network – EPN

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 19:27


    Chris Vanderzyden, a founding partner of Legacy Partners, LLLP, an exit planning and M&A advisory firm dedicated to creating and executing exit strategies for privately held business owners joins Enterprise Radio The post 81% of Business Owners Want to Exit Their Businesses, But Most Will Fail Without This Key Element appeared first on Enterprise Podcast Network - EPN.

    Revenge of the Cis – More Like Radio
    Revenge of the Cis: June 17th, 2022 - Revenge of the Cis – More Like Radio

    Revenge of the Cis – More Like Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 120:21


    Episode 1015: Bleeky Friday – Florida says no to COVID-19 vaccines for youngest children despite FDA recommendation – Businesses react to Disney postponing move of employee from California to Florida – More LA comics turn on Brendan

    More Like Radio
    Revenge of the Cis: June 17th, 2022 - More Like Radio

    More Like Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 120:21


    Episode 1015: Bleeky Friday – Florida says no to COVID-19 vaccines for youngest children despite FDA recommendation – Businesses react to Disney postponing move of employee from California to Florida – More LA comics turn on Brendan

    9to5Mac Daily
    June 17, 2022 – OLED MacBook Air and iPad Pro updates

    9to5Mac Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 10:13


    Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple's Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. Sponsored by Mosyle: The only Apple Unified Platform. Mosyle is the only solution that fully integrates 5 different applications on a single Apple-only platform, allowing Businesses and Schools to easily and automatically deploy, manage & protect all their Apple devices.  Over 32,000 organizations leverage Mosyle solutions to automate the deployment,  management and security of millions of Apple devices daily. Request a FREE account today and discover how you can put your Apple fleet on auto-pilot at a price point that is hard to believe. New episodes of 9to5Mac Daily are recorded every weekday. Subscribe to our podcast in iTunes/Apple Podcast or your favorite podcast player to guarantee new episodes are delivered as soon as they're available. Stories discussed in this episode: OLED MacBook Air and iPad Pro coming in 2024 SMS filtering API now supports more categories with iOS 16 Apple weekend sale goes live at Amazon: M1 Pro MacBook Pro $1,799 (Save $200), more Apple's latest 24-inch iMac delivers M1 to the desktop from $1,235 (Save up to $150) Belkin's new Pro 3-in-1 MagSafe Charger refuels your Apple kit at $136.50 Amazon low Follow Chance: Twitter: @ChanceHMiller Follow Rikka: Twitter: @rikkaaltland Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Overcast RSS Stitcher TuneIn Google Play Don't miss out on our other daily podcasts: Quick Charge 9to5Toys Daily Enjoy the podcast? Shop Apple at Amazon or check out our merch to support 9to5Mac Daily! Share your thoughts! Drop us a line at happyhour@9to5mac.com. You can also rate us in Apple Podcasts or recommend us in Overcast to help more people discover the show!

    The EY Sustainability Matters podcast
    Why businesses are measuring social factors as part of their ESG performance

    The EY Sustainability Matters podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 21:09


    Environmental, social and governance (ESG) is quickly becoming mainstream, but corporates may find it difficult to tackle ESG with siloed efforts toward E, S and G. As more organizations prioritize human capital, racial equity and talent development, a new focus on the S — the social factors within ESG — is beginning to take shape. But how are enterprises responding to these challenges, and what can be said about the current state of transparency and measurement when it comes to reporting on these social factors?   In this episode, Bruno Sarda, Climate Change and Sustainability Services Partner at Ernst & Young LLP and Senior Manager Lucy Godshall are joined by Emily Bayley, Head of ESG, Private Sector at the World Economic Forum (WEF), and Ebony Thomas, Racial Equality and Economic Opportunity Executive at Bank of America. They discuss the focus that employees and institutional investors are placing on diversity, inclusivity, training, and health and safety. Finally, the importance of corporate culture and the potential impact on the bottom line. Key takeaways include: The social factors in ESG are likely to become more important to investors and stakeholders. A strong focus on social factors can help to retain talented employees and subsequently have a direct impact on an organization's bottom line. Organizations with strong social credentials will likely be better positioned to weather difficult times and business conditions. Stakeholders are looking for social metrics to be included in nonfinancial disclosures to help better measure and compare performance. The global business community is collaborating with public and private bodies to develop new metrics.   © 2022 Ernst & Young LLP

    Let’s Buy a Business
    How to View Mainstreet Businesses in a Recession with Clint Fiore

    Let’s Buy a Business

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 26:08


    Clint has 7+ years as a broker. 40+ deals. That's a lot. Bought businesses, grew them, hired operators, a pilot, an awesome dad, etc. He's one of the clearest thinkers I've met in this space and that's because this isn't his first rodeo. You're gonna love these gems by Clint. Episode Resources Exclusive to Let's Buy a Business podcast, get $25 just by taking a demo to learn more about Divvy, sign up here: Divvy | Start or letsbuyabusiness.com/divvy Connect with Ryan Condie http://linkedin.com/in/ryancondie http://letsbuyabusiness.com/ https://forms.gle/RRcXpe3dK7pNGqv16 Connect with Clint Fiore https://texasbusinessbuyers.com/ https://twitter.com/TxBusinessBuyer https://twitter.com/ClintFiore https://www.linkedin.com/in/clintfiore 

    9to5Mac Daily
    June 16, 2022 – M2 benchmarks, 14” iPad Pro rumor

    9to5Mac Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 6:56


    Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple's Podcasts app, Stitcher, TuneIn, Google Play, or through our dedicated RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. Sponsored by Mosyle: The only Apple Unified Platform. Mosyle is the only solution that fully integrates 5 different applications on a single Apple-only platform, allowing Businesses and Schools to easily and automatically deploy, manage & protect all their Apple devices.  Over 32,000 organizations leverage Mosyle solutions to automate the deployment,  management and security of millions of Apple devices daily. Request a FREE account today and discover how you can put your Apple fleet on auto-pilot at a price point that is hard to believe. New episodes of 9to5Mac Daily are recorded every weekday. Subscribe to our podcast in iTunes/Apple Podcast or your favorite podcast player to guarantee new episodes are delivered as soon as they're available. Stories discussed in this episode: M2 chip benchmarks reveal performance improvements iPadOS 16 code confirms option to enable Stage Manager on older iPads 14.1" iPad Pro will lack ProMotion and mini-LED, analyst says Follow Chance: Twitter: @ChanceHMiller Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Overcast RSS Stitcher TuneIn Google Play Don't miss out on our other daily podcasts: Quick Charge 9to5Toys Daily Enjoy the podcast? Shop Apple at Amazon or check out our merch to support 9to5Mac Daily! Share your thoughts! Drop us a line at happyhour@9to5mac.com. You can also rate us in Apple Podcasts or recommend us in Overcast to help more people discover the show!

    The Business Credit and Financing Show
    10 Business Loans for Seasoned Businesses

    The Business Credit and Financing Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 25:38


    As an established business with solid cashflow you can get access to some of the best business loan options. Join us as we show you 10 Business Loans you can use to take your business to the next level! Looking for a Business Loan? We can help

    She's Just Getting Started -  Building a business you truly love!
    Ep 139: Stop assuming there's only ONE reason for others businesses' success.

    She's Just Getting Started - Building a business you truly love!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 28:35


    Today's episode is a unique one. I share with you some stories about assumptions that smart people don't make, and that you shouldn't either when assessing other businesses' success. Read More Here