Rain may have eased, but Southland is still on alert with flooding in many parts and roads still closed. There is now a region-wide state of emergency.. There have been evacuations in Wallacetown, to the west of Invercargill this afternoon. Council staff in Gore having been laying sandbags near the Mataura River, which is expected to peak later tonight.. For the latest, Emergency Management Southland Group Controller Simon Mapp speaks to Lisa Owen. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6337597830112
In der heutigen Folge „Alles auf Aktien“ sprechen die Finanzjournalisten Daniel Eckert und Anja Ettel über den bitteren Börsen-Kater nach der Fed-Sitzung, den Rücktritt eines Medienmoguls und das Dahinschmelzen von IPO-Gewinnen. Außerdem geht es um Amazon, Nvidia, Tesla, BASF, Bayer, Fox Corp, News Corp, UnitedHealth Group, ARM, Instacart, Cisco, Splunk, Palo Alto, Checkpoint, Crowdstrike, Microsoft, Zscaler, Google, IBM, Oracle, Activision, Dynatrace, Elastic, ARS Pharmaceuticals, iShares Dow Jones Asia Pacific Select Dividend 50 ETF ausschüttend (WKN: A0H074), iShares Emerging Markets Dividend ETF ausschüttend (WKN:A1JNZ9), Anleihe Griechenland Januar 2025 (WKN: A2R98B), Anleihe Fresenius Mai 2025 (WKN: A3MQV1), Anleihe Lufthansa Mai 2026 (WKN: A3H2UR) und iShares iBonds Dec 2026 Term EUR Corporate ausschüttend (WKN: A3D8E3). Der Link zum WELT Video Live Chat mit Daniel und Holger: https://www.welt.de/wirtschaft/article247422592/Geldanlage-in-der-Rezession-Krisenherbst-in-Deutschland-wie-Ihr-Depot-trotzdem-wachsen-kann.html Wir freuen uns an Feedback über email@example.com. Disclaimer: Die im Podcast besprochenen Aktien und Fonds stellen keine spezifischen Kauf- oder Anlage-Empfehlungen dar. Die Moderatoren und der Verlag haften nicht für etwaige Verluste, die aufgrund der Umsetzung der Gedanken oder Ideen entstehen. Hörtipps: Für alle, die noch mehr wissen wollen: Holger Zschäpitz können Sie jede Woche im Finanz- und Wirtschaftspodcast "Deffner&Zschäpitz" hören. Außerdem bei WELT: Im werktäglichen Podcast „Kick-off Politik - Das bringt der Tag“ geben wir Ihnen im Gespräch mit WELT-Experten die wichtigsten Hintergrundinformationen zu einem politischen Top-Thema des Tages. Mehr auf welt.de/kickoff und überall, wo es Podcasts gibt. +++ Werbung +++ Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? [**Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte!**](https://linktr.ee/alles_auf_aktien) Impressum: https://www.welt.de/services/article7893735/Impressum.html Datenschutz: https://www.welt.de/services/article157550705/Datenschutzerklaerung-WELT-DIGITAL.html
It's officially the school holidays and 15,000 passengers are expected to pass through Auckland Airport tomorrow. But brace, because traffic jams in the arrivals hall are already causing heavy turbulance between Airlines and the Airport operator. The airlines say passenger congestion causing unacceptable and frustrating delays. And the arrivals hall is swamped even when it's well below its rolling passenger target. Auckland Airport's hit back saying only 51 percent of international flights are arriving on time. And the worst offenders only arrive on schedule 26 percent of the time. Last Sunday, during peak congestion, patience was tested with some passengers waiting up to two hours to be processed. Auckland airport says in that case eight of 23 international flight were late and staff were off sick. Board of Airline Representatives executive director Cath O'Brien speaks to Lisa Owen. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6337596747112
Queenstown had its wettest day in a quarter of a century today, with mud, debris and forest slash running through the edge of town after a massive deluge of rain. The town got a month's worth of rain in 24 hours, more than 100 homes had to be evacuated, and it's under a state of emergency. Ashleigh McCaull and cameraman Angus Dreaver are in Queenstown. Matt Wong is a Queenstown councillor and owns i-Fly Indoor Skydiving on Brecon Street, where the debris from the slip and forestry slash ended up, he speaks to Lisa Owen. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6337596061112
The Warriors are gearing up for their preliminary final against the Brisbane Broncos tomorrow night. The two sides will face off at Suncorp Stadium for a place in the Grand Final. Reporter Jamie Wall joins Lisa Owen from Brisbane [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6337597929112
The Gore District is under a state of emergency. Heavy relentless rain set in early this morning and hasnt stopped causing surface flooding. The Gore and Mataura storm and waste water systems have been overwhelmed. A number of roads are closed. And residents are being asked to stay indoors and stay home if possible. Council staff are pumping floodwater and laying sandbags to protect properties. Meanwhile Metservice has heavy rain, wind and snow warnings in place for the majority of the South Island. Sonia Gerken from Gore District Council speaks to Lisa Owen. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6337530602112
Yet another report into Oranga Tamariki has revealed a litany of problems including allegations of bullying, harassment, sexual and physical assault. The rapid review of Oranga Tamariki's secure youth facilities was ordered in June after claims of inappropriate sexual conduct by workers. 28 complaints have been refered to police, 3 staff have been charged and 22 workers have been removed from their jobs. On top of that the review found; There's a "profound misalignment" between the high needs of tamariki and a largely unskilled and unregulated workforce. In June former Police Commissioner Mike Bush was put in charge of Oranga Tamariki youth justice facilities and community homes . He admits Oranga Tamariki had poor vetting processes; staff hired their friends & workers with gang connections, even though the agency's top job is to look after the children in its care. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6337531508112
Disgraced New Zealand long-distance runner Zane Robertson has been arrested in Kenya. According to local media Robertson was found in possession of an unlicensed firearm at his home on the outskirts of Iten. Police found an AK-47 rifle and ammunition when they forced entry into the home of the Oceania and New Zealand long-distance record holder and Commonwealth Games bronze medalist. We're joined by sports reporter Felicity Reid. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6337536087112
Returning to our earlier story, Gore is under a state of emergency after significant surface flooding inundated the town. Our reporter Tess Brunton is in Gore and speaks to Lisa Owen. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6337536189112
The country is officially out of recession, by the numbers at least. The latest growth figures out today show a stronger-than-expected bounce-back, pulling the country out of recession and maybe eliminating it altogether. The Labour Party is heralding the update as proof the economy has turned the corner and an endorsement of its economic management. But National says that is an insult to every New Zealander struggling with the cost of living. Our deputy political editor Craig McCulloch reports. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6337540308112
Canterbury got a big shock this morning with a long and strong earthquake that sent people running for the nearest door frame. While the region seems to have escaped any major damage, it's left locals thankful it wasn't worse. The quake measured 6.0 on the richter scale and was centred 45 kilometes north of Geraldine. Since then, there have been more than 40 aftershocks. Checkpoint producer Anastasia Hedge has been near the epicentre.
The official number of crook tummies in Queenstown is on the rise, but locals fear there could be even more to come as the tourist hub grapples with a boil water notice. There are now 17 confirmed cases of the parasitic illness cryptosporidium in the Queenstown area, two more than 24 hours ago. Checkpoint's spoken to many locals today who've had sore tummies or have, become very well acquainted with their loos over the past couple of weeks, but haven't been to the doctor. A boil water notice remains in place for several areas of the town, although authorities are yet to confirm whether the illness is linked to the water supply. Regardless the outbreak is causing huge disruptions for businesses; they can't use tap water for things like cleaning, coffee machines, and ice not to mention the staff who are staying home crook. Our reporter Louise Ternouth and camera operator are in Queenstown.
New Episode Alert! Ready for a dose of inspiration? Tune in to the latest episode of 20 Minute Leaders featuring Mati Ram, the CEO and Founder of AdScale. Mati is an entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience in high-Tech. From founding Dynasec—a risk management software company that got snapped up by Check Point—to running AdScale, an innovative platform for eCommerce, he's got loads to share. But wait, there's more! Mati's a double threat with a BA and an MBA, plus he's an amateur author. If you've ever wondered how to combine passion, expertise, and education to build something amazing, this is your chance to learn from the best. Don't miss out—catch this episode to fuel your entrepreneurial fire! #20MinuteLeaders #MatiRam #Entrepreneurship #AdScale #eCommerce #Startups
One of the sharpest minds and tongues in the broadcast business is signing off from her flagship show. RNZ's Kim Hill has announced she's stepping down from her Saturday Morning show after more than 21 years as it's presenter. Some of her interviews are absolute legend..ask Judith Collins. Checkpoint, Morning Report and Nine to Noon she's done them all... talked to thousands of people.. And once said the scar tissue has grown over her wounds.. from some of the most gruelling encounters...including a "vile interview with Jeffrey Archer. Niva Chittock takes a spin through her remarkable RNZ career so far.
Tomorrow, the Warriors will run onto Mount Smart stadium in their first finals match on home soil in 15 years. They'll take on the Newcastle Knights in a bid to keep their dream alive. As Delphine Herbert reports, tickets to the game sold out in a matter of minutes so Eden Park is also opening its gates for the overflow. Warriors CEO Cameron George speaks to Lisa Owen. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6337186333112
What do you think a decent breakfast costs - a couple of wheeties...chug of milk ..if you're lucky a few canned peaches on top. Or maybe you're going high end ..so an omelette with all the trimmings. What's the number? Well ..the Pacific People's Ministry is under fire again for alleged extravagant spending, dropping more than $50,000 on a series of post budget breakfast functions that according to National were anything but budget. National's public service spokesperson Simeon Brown says the breakfast events cost about 75 dollars a head; with the Hawke's Bay function $110 dollars a pop. So curious as ever we wanted to know what kind of brekky you could get for that kind of coin. Ruth Trevella, a chef and the owner of The Catering Belle speaks to Lisa Owen [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6337185153112
The National Party is promising to roll out the red carpet for top tech talent, if elected, with new visas for the highly-skilled and highly-paid, as well as recent graduates from elite universities. But the plan - announced in Auckland - may have also made the party's on-going tax tangle even trickier. Our deputy political editor Craig McCulloch was at the announcement.
Retail banks are joining forces to fight fraudsters with a raft of news measures including a joint scam busting centre. Cyber watchdog CERT estimates financial scams cost Kiwis 20 million dollars in 2022. The banks are committing to introducing an industry wide "confirmation of payee'" account name checking service; so people see who they're sending money to. They promise to stamp out so called mule accounts that scammed money is filtered through before being sent on to others. And more consistent and timely outcomes for customers who've lost money. Earlier this week a former fund manager told Checkpoint a class action against the banks was on the cards due to their alleged lack of action around scams. Massey University associate professor Claire Matthews speaks to Lisa Owen [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6337185432112
An Australian woman who sent her pet ferrets' ashes to New Zealand to have them made into jewellery is now offering a reward for their safe return. Both the memorial ring and the remaining ashes were lost in the post, and the ferrets' owner has spent the last three months trying to track them down. But neither Australia nor New Zealand Post know where they've gone... Tom Taylor reports.
Welcome to the third Messianic Checkpoint! Jeff Cavins joins Fr. Mike to introduce the Gospel of Matthew and explain what makes this gospel unique, such as its emphasis on joining the call of Christ as his disciple, sharing the things we've learned during this journey with others in our lives. For the complete reading plan, visit ascensionpress.com/bibleinayear. Please note: The Bible contains adult themes that may not be suitable for children - parental discretion is advised.
It's been whitebait patties and snacks galore for the National and Labour leaders on the campaign trail today, but questions persist over the opposition party's plan to fund its tax cuts. National's tax policy relies on foreign buyers snapping up two million dollar plus properties, with a 15 percent tax on top. They're forecasting it will bring in $3 billion over four years. But an independent economic analysis says there is a gaping hole in the amount it could raise that way. Here's our political editor, Jane Patterson
A third world capital, that's the verdict from the restaurant association. Large chunks of Wellington's CBD were without water for hours today meaning no flushing toilets, workers sent home and business grinding to a halt. An alert was issued at just after 8am after a pipe burst leaving at least a hundred properties around Waring Taylor Street, Queens Wharf and Hunter Street without running water. Water tankers were set up in the CBD, with residents and business having to bring their own containers. And parts of Customhouse Quay had to be cordoned off for maintenance crews, disrupting traffic. Just after midday the taps were turned back on. Wellington restuarant owner and Restaurant Association national president, Mike Egan, speaks to Lisa Owen. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6337120808112
A calf tear for star Warriors halfback Shaun Johnson is leaving supporters sweating ahead of the club's biggest home NRL game in 15 years. Johnson sat out last weekend's loss to the Penrith Panthers but has tentatively been named in the team for Saturday's must win semi-final game against the Newcastle Knights at Mt Smart Stadium. Sports reporter Felicity Reid joins Lisa Owen in studio [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6337122136112
The sudden closure of an aged care unit in a Hawke's Bay retirement village has left the families of more than 20 residents scrambling to find alternative care. Havelock North's Mary Doyle Rest Home informed its Nimon House residents early in August that it'd be closing later that month. But the daughter of one resident says he'll be staying put until his new care facility is ready to take him on. Meanwhile, industry experts say that with investment in aged care dwindling, there will be ramifications for the entire health sector if Te Whatu Ora doesn't rethink its strategy fast. Tom Taylor reports.
A Burnham soldier is under investigation for alleged animal abuse including dumping a mistreated dog in a rubbish bin. The defence force has confirmed two dogs have been surrendered to the SPCA after they were found in poor condition at the military camp near Christchurch. One of them had been discarded in a recyling bin. The SPCA has confirmed the animals are alive and now receiving good care. Over the course of more than a week Checkpoint has been quizzing the Defence Force about what happened, it refuses to be interviewed. But here's what we know. Sociologist Prof. Nik Taylor from the Univeristy of Canterbuy has researched the link between the mistreatment of animals and other forms of violence. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6337122625112
As the price of eggs continues to skyrocket industry reps says they're still playing catch up following a ban on cage farming, facing higher production costs and building up flock numbers. Checkpoint has been tracking the price of a dozen barn eggs at a Countdown and PAK'n SAVE in the same suburb since May last year. A dozen Countdown branded barn eggs have shot up 78 percent from $5.50 to $9.80, at PAK'n SAVE they've increased a staggering 168 percent from $3.91 to $10.49 Louise Ternouth has the story.
Checkpoint vuelve en su quinta temporada apuntando a las estrellas. Literalmente. Por eso, en el primer programa de la temporada, toca hablar de Starfield, el juego de Bethesda Studios que está causando sensación y que nos invita a explorar el espacio exterior. Bebiendo mucho de sus anteriores juegos, como Fallout y Skyrim, el resultado es un juego fascinante, que busca apelar a un público amplio, pero no sin sus fricciones. Pero eso es sólo la primera parte del programa. En la segunda parte del programa hablamos de retrofuturismo. Qué es, cómo se asocia con la estética de Starfield y otras obras importantes del pasado y el presente que se han circunscrito a esta particular corriente. ¡Todo para que nadie se quede atrás en este apasionante viaje a las estrellas!
Using the new moon and the full moon as dedicated checkpoints with Lauren DeGolia In this episode, Lauren and Lauren discuss how these two lunar phases can serve as powerful moments and checkpoints for reflection, intention-setting, and personal growth. Discover how aligning with the moon's energy can amplify your manifestations and bring clarity to your path. This is an excerpt from our full-length episode: Cosmic winks, finding your deep desire, sharpening your intuition and using astrology to live an amazing life drops Thursday. https://www.podbean.com/eas/pb-9dx4p-143c6e9 ----more---- Welcome to The Afterlight Podcast with host Lauren Grace, a spiritual journey full of stories and conversations that prove we're never alone. Exploring modalities like astrology, divination, angels and the afterlife, past lives, mediumship, magick, and more, Lauren helps listeners develop spiritually and expand their awareness. What sets The Afterlight Podcast apart is Lauren's gift for interviewing spiritual coaches, authors, healers, and everyday people who have had extraordinary spiritual experiences. As a gifted interviewer, Lauren is deeply committed to her own journey and her listeners' journeys. From swapping stories to deep dives into specific modalities, each conversation offers listeners a unique perspective on the spiritual journey. Her thought-provoking questions and transparent storytelling will inspire and heal, leaving you feeling connected to the spiritual realm and empowered in your own life. Join Lauren and her guests on this magical journey and let The Afterlight Podcast be your guide. This episode is sponsored by Lauren Grace Inspirations "I started The Afterlight Podcast after a significant change in my life and felt ready to return to my spiritual journey. This podcast focuses on creating a safe space where listeners can feel motivated and inspired to look at the world from new and different perspectives. This podcast aims to remind you, my dear listener, that you are never alone and that help and support are only a thought away." I am an Evidential Medium and Seer. I work with professionals to help them make empowered decisions to help them get to where they want to go by connecting intuitively and clairvoyantly with their Spirit Guides and Angels and their passed-over loved ones. I am a channel of the light and work with Spirit Guides, Angels, the Higher-self, and passed-over loves ones to provide you with support, clarity and encouragement. Using Oracle cards, mediumship and clairvoyance, my readings will leave you feeling comforted and empowered. I have various reading options available, ranging from 30-minute readings to 60-minute readings to group sessions. I also work with professionals to help them clarify business and life purposes. Book a reading here: https://laurengraceinspirations.com/soul-deep-session/ I also work as a workshop facilitator and business and life mentor. I also support small to medium-sized business owners and service providers. Over the years (20+), I have worked in radio, online, events, management, marketing, sales, and more, and I can provide guidance and training around these topics. Find more information here: https://laurengraceinspirations.com/support-for-business/ Additionally, you can find out more about Lauren here. Afterlight Podcast: https://www.instagram.com/theafterlightpodcast/ Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/laurengraceinspirations/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/laurengraceinspirations/ Book a reading here: https://laurengraceinspirations.com/soul-deep-session Website: https://laurengraceinspirations.com Portfolio: https://laurengraceinspirations.com/portfolio Email: Lauren@LaurenGraceInspirations.com To be a guest on The Afterlight Podcast. Contact The Afterlight To be a guest, apply here: https://www.theafterlightpodcast.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WelcometoTheAfterlight Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the.afterlight/ Meet Lauren: Lauren DeGolia is an astrologist and clarity consultant who helps people unlock parts of themselves to live life on their own terms. After ditching her soul-crushing job as a strategic consultant for a Fortune 200 company, Lauren embarked on a journey back to herself. Using modalities such as meditation, journaling, Rapid Resolution Therapy, and astrology, Lauren listened to the whispers of her soul and reinvented herself to reach her higher purpose and full potential. Since then, Lauren has worked with hundreds of people to unlock their full potential, uncork their magic, and unleash themselves from th hustle to find their ultimate purpose and flow. Lauren has been featured in Best Life, Well + Good, Bustle, and Coveteur. Www.laurendegolia.com www.laurendegolia.com/letsgo
Grath és Stöki retro videojátékos podcastjának nem retrós vadhajtása, havi hírkommentálás. Az adás témája: Karateka-dokumentumfilm/játék, a Microsoft-Activision üzlet új fejleményei, valamint egyéb augusztusi hírek. Kísérőposzt itt: https://iddqd.blog.hu/2023/09/10/checkpoint_now_2023_08_vihar_elotti_augusztus
Dr Corey Langer, Dr Ticiana Leal, Dr Karen Reckamp and Dr Jacob Sands discuss the optimal current management of relapsed NSCLC and provide perspectives on the future of care for patients with this disease.
Dr Corey Langer, Dr Ticiana Leal, Dr Karen Reckamp and Dr Jacob Sands discuss the optimal current management of relapsed NSCLC and provide perspectives on the future of care for patients with this disease, moderated by Dr Neil Love. Produced by Research To Practice. CME information and select publications here (https://www.researchtopractice.com/RelapsedmNSCLCThinkTank2023)
Featuring perspectives from Dr Corey J Langer, Dr Ticiana Leal, Dr Karen Reckamp and Dr Jacob Sands, including the following topics: Optimal use of front-line immune checkpoint inhibition for metastatic non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) (00:00) Case: A man in his late 60s with NSCLC, no actionable mutations, PD-L1 20%, who received second-line datopotamab deruxtecan as part of a clinical trial (12:29) Case: A man in his early 70s with metastatic NSCLC, PD-L1 30%, who received first-line chemotherapy with pembrolizumab followed by maintenance pembrolizumab and second-line ramucirumab/pembrolizumab after disease progression (29:29) Case: A man in his mid 60s, PD-L1 60% and no actionable mutations who received first-line single-agent pembrolizumab followed by the addition of chemotherapy and chemotherapy/immunotherapy maintenance for NSCLC (40:23) Case: A woman in her late 60s with NSCLC, PD-L1 60%, with complete response in the liver and lung to second-line tumor treating fields with atezolizumab (57:18) Current Management of NSCLC After Disease Progression on Anti-PD-1/PD-L1-Containing Regimens — Dr Langer (1:10:48) Potential Role of Novel Immunotherapy-Based Combination Strategies in Progressive Advanced NSCLC – Dr Reckamp (1:30:14) TROP2 and Novel Antibody Drug Conjugates Under Evaluation in NSCLC – Dr Sands (1:53:36) Other Promising Therapeutic Strategies for Patients with Progressive Metastatic NSCLC – Dr Leal (2:18:58) CME information and select publications
A lag in new laws means a vape store's able to set up metres from a Hastings primary school just weeks before a rule change that would scuttle it. And it's outraged some community members. They say to add insult to injury the businessman's offering to convert the space into a coffee shop if they refund the thousands of dollars he says it cost him to set up and apply for a specialist vape store licence. A law change that prevents new stores within 300 metres of marae and schools doesnt come into force until the last week of September and the proposed store has already been signed off . This afternoon they protested outside the store, Labour Tukituki MP Anna Lorck, who was with them, speaks to Lisa Owen. Checkpoint contacted The Food Store on Gordon Road shortly after the protest. A worker said the owner was not in the store but he would get back to us. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6336784608112
Some basic food and household items have shot up nearly 80 percent in the last 16 months. Checkpoint has been tracking the price of 36 items likely to be in a family's shopping trolley every week or so. Eggs have risen by the most from our supermarket shop, up 78 percent since May last year. And customers are feeling the pinch, saying they're having to go without some basics, or switching from fresh to frozen. Our reporter Louise Ternouth and camera operator Marika Khabazi have the story. Sandy Fage who is the manager of the Whanganui Budget Advisory Service, speaks to Lisa Owen.
'I saw those robbers': A Te Kuiti local who came face to face with fugitive Tom Phillips and an accomplice after they allegedly robbed a bank, has described the chaos in the main street when it happened. The robbery took place four months ago, but police have only now issued a warrant to arrest Tom Phillips for the crime. He went missing with his three children in December 2021. Last month Philips was spotted in disguise buying supplies at a hardware store. Now a Te Kuiti local has told Checkpoint they didn't realise the pair had robbed the bank, and told them to pick up cash they'd dropped on the road. A second person, a female, was also involved in the brazen theft. Both were armed. Police are urging the community to come forward, especially those they believe are helping the father of three to hide. Our reporter Tom Taylor has the story from Te Kuiti.
The chair of an Otago local board is refusing to explain his racist comments towards a staffer at a local pub. Strath-Taieri board chair, Barry Williams, has been censured by Dunedin City Council for what it describes as a serious failure to uphold the standard of behaviour expected of an elected community representative. Checkpoint understands Barry Williams' racist outburst was directed at a female staff member at the Strath Taieri Hotel. Checkpoint has tried to speak to him for the last two days and he's sworn at us, and hung up. Our Otago/Southland reporter Tess Brunton has been in Middlemarch today speaking to locals. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6336651909112
When you first start your health coaching business the easiest way to begin to enroll new clients is to use the outline that you received through your certification or purchase a done-for-you coaching program so you can jump right in getting experience as a coach. This approach allows you to experiment with the different types of clients that resonate with you the most and also gives you an opportunity to put your education to work to get actual coaching experience. It's a win-win! But there often comes a time, after you've worked with several clients and have more experience as a coach, when you will decide you want to create your own coaching program. It's the natural progression as a coach and for many of us this option makes sense once we have more clarity around the area we want to specialize. If you believe that you have a coaching program brewing inside of you, but you're not sure how to get started, then you're going to love today's episode where we explore 5 Checkpoints To Know if You're Ready To Create Your Own Coaching Program. In this episode you will discover: 5 checkpoints to know if you're ready to create your own coaching program The benefits of creating your own program as a way of standing out in your niche so that it's easier to attract your dream clients Why adding a group coaching program to your service offerings leads to scalability and efficiency in your practice leaving more free time for other things Show Resources: Amy Porterfield's Course Confident Bootcamp Registration - https://amyporterfield.spiffy.co/a/1X7CoB6qpp/608 Links to Resources: Wellness Business Accelerator - www.wellnessbusinessaccelerator.com/ Karen's Facebook Group - www.facebook.com/groups/emaillistbuildingforcoaches/ Karen's Instagram - www.instagram.com/karenpattock/ Kathleen's Facebook Group - www.facebook.com/groups/healthcoachpeers/ Kathleen's Instagram - www.instagram.com/kathleenlegrys/
Grath és Stöki retro videojátékos podcastjának kisebb vadhajtása. Az adás témája: a Space Quest sorozat, valamint a tíz legjobb videojáték-sorozat, ami legalább hat részt megért. Kísérőposzt itt: https://iddqd.blog.hu/2023/09/05/checkpoint_mini_218_a_space_quest_sorozat_a_10_legjobb_sorozat_ami_megert_legalabb_hat_reszt
The conversation was about partnering with understanding during the latest KDE Podcast Live. When our conscious minds take a break, it gives our subconscious minds a chance to make connections, organize our thoughts through periodic meditation, and see things that weren't apparent. The space of rest is where "understanding" thrives. Let's get started talking about the final partner of this checkpoint series. Be sure to listen in. Enjoy this week's show and share this episode with others. Want to join us live on Wednesdays at 1:00 pm EST? You can do that and subscribe to the channel here, .