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Newsy Jacuzzi
Kid News This Week: Chimp gestures, new dino, seaspider butt, Ticketmaster apologies, Lantern Festival, treasure hunt

Newsy Jacuzzi

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 18:07


Kid News This Week: Tons of nature news this week! From understanding chimp gestures to a new “duck” dinosaur discovered and seaspider that can regrow their butts! Also, Ticketmaster apologies to Taylor Swift and US Senators riff off Tay-tay's lyrics (you gotta hear it!), a special report from Taiwan for the Chinese Lantern Festival and a treasure hunt for some ill-gotten Nazi loot leaves some Dutch villagers unhappy. 

StarTalk Radio
Cosmic Queries – Silicon Aliens with David Grinspoon

StarTalk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 50:50


Can there be life on planets without magnetic fields? Neil deGrasse Tyson and comedian Chuck Nice discuss exoplanets, extraterrestrials, and answer extraordinary questions from our fans with astrobiologist, David Grinspoon. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: https://startalkmedia.com/show/cosmic-queries-silicon-aliens-with-david-grinspoon/Thanks to our Patrons el EC Podcast, neutronforce, Jim Crutcher, S Mokry, and Sly Sparkane for supporting us this week.Photo Credit: NASA/Goddard/Francis Reddy, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

Introvert Biz Growth Podcast
Humane Listbuilding

Introvert Biz Growth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 73:48


Today's conversation fits under the P of Promotion. If you're a regular here, you know that I'm organizing the conversations around the 7Ps of the Humane Marketing Mandala. (If you're new here and don't know what I'm talking about you can download your 1page marketing plan with the Humane Marketing version of the 7 Ps of Marketing at humane.marketing/1page. It comes with 7 email prompts to really help you reflect on these different Ps). My guest today is Teresa Heath-Wareing. Teresa Heath-Wareing is an online business, marketing & mindset expert who works with business owners from across the world, helping them to build a business and life they love. As well as inspiring members to dream big and set ambitious long term business goals, Teresa equips them with practical actionable steps to get them closer to their goals. Her holistic emphasis on the whole business, and the mindset of the business owner, enables her members to navigate the world of running a business with Teresa as their biggest cheerleader. An international best-selling author, award winning speaker and TEDx speaker. She is the host of the Your Dream Business Podcast.Teresa is recognised alongside some of the world's digital marketing thought leaders and is widely regarded as one of the UK's leading marketing influencers. In this episode, you'll learn about humane listbuilding as well as... How to get started with building an email list How to get people on to your list, in a saturated market where we all have too much email already? How to create a 'Freebie' worth downloading What about the tech? What do we send out once people downloaded our Freebie? How do we make Email Marketing humane and non pushy? And so much more Teresa's Resources Teresa's Mindset Hacks for Small Business Owners Teresa's Website Your Dream Business Podcast Connect with Teresa on: LinkedIn Facebook Twitter Sarah's Resources Watch this episode on Youtube (FREE) Sarah's One Page Marketing Plan (FREE) Sarah Suggests Newsletter (FREE) The Humane Business Manifesto (FREE) Gentle Confidence Mini-Course Marketing Like We're Human - Sarah's book The Humane Marketing Circle Authentic & Fair Pricing Mini-Course Podcast Show Notes We use Descript to edit our episodes and it's fantastic! Email Sarah at sarah@sarahsantacroce.com Thanks for listening!   After you listen, check out Humane Business Manifesto, an invitation to belong to a movement of people who do business the humane and gentle way and disrupt the current marketing paradigm. You can download it for free at this page. There's no opt-in. Just an instant download. Are you enjoying the podcast?  The Humane Marketing show is listener-supported—I'd love for you to become an active supporter of the show and join the Humane Marketing Circle. You will be invited to a private monthly Q&A call with me and fellow Humane Marketers -  a safe zone to hang out with like-minded conscious entrepreneurs and help each other build our business and grow our impact.  — I'd love for you to join us! Learn more at humane.marketing/circle Don't forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes or on Android to get notified for all my future shows and why not sign up for my weekly(ish) "Sarah Suggests Saturdays", a round-up of best practices, tools I use, books I read, podcasts, and other resources. Raise your hand and join the Humane Business Revolution. Warmly, Sarah Imperfect Transcript of the show We use and love Descript to edit our podcast and provide this free transcript of the episode. And yes, that's an affiliate link. Ep 156 [00:00:00] Sarah: Hello, humane marketers. Welcome back to the Humane Marketing Podcast, the place to be for the generation of marketers that cares. This is a show where we talk about running your business in a way that feels good to you, is aligned with your values, and also resonates with today's conscious customers because it's humane, ethical, and non-pushy. [00:00:23] I'm Sarah z Croce, your hippie turn business coach for quietly rebellious entrepreneurs and marketing impact pioneers. Mama Bear of the Humane Marketing Circle. And renegade author of marketing like We're human and selling like we're human. If after listening to the show for a while, you are ready to move on to the next level and start implementing and would welcome a community of like-minded, quietly rebellious entrepreneurs who discuss with transparency what. [00:00:52] Works and what doesn't work in business, then we'd love to welcome you in our humane marketing circle. If you're picturing your [00:01:00] typical Facebook group, let me paint a new picture for you. This is a closed community of like-minded entrepreneurs from all over the world who come together once per month in a Zoom Circle workshop to hold each other accountable and build their business in a sustainable way. [00:01:16] We share with transparency and vulnerability what works for us and what doesn't work, so that you can figure out what works for you instead of keep throwing spaghetti. On the wall and seeing what sticks. Find out more at humane.marketing/circle, and if you prefer one-on-one support from me. My Humane Business Coaching could be just what you need, whether it's for your marketing, sales, general business building, or help with your big idea like writing a book. [00:01:47] I'd love to share my brain and my heart with you together with my almost 15 years business experience and help you grow a sustainable business that is joyful and sustainable. If you love this [00:02:00] podcast, wait until I show you my Mama Bear qualities as my one-on-one client can find out more at Humane Marketing slash coaching. [00:02:10] And finally, if you are a Marketing Impact pioneer and would like to bring Humane Marketing to your organization, have a look at my offers and workshops on my website@humane.marketing. [00:02:31] Hello friends. Welcome back. I hope you're doing well. Before we dive into today's conversation, I just want to take a moment to tell you a bit about what's new in our community. The Humane Marketing Circle. As you know, that's the community for quietly rebellious entrepreneurs who are ready for something different, something new, a new way of marketing, and a new way of business building really. [00:02:58] and also a new [00:03:00] way of being in community. So here's how our community calls work. In the first half of the call, members bring their questions and we have a conversation about what works for us in marketing. For example, on one of the last calls we talked about ai. We share tools, but also discuss benefits, dangers, and overall ethical questions that AI brings up. [00:03:27] And in the second half of the call, we always go into breakout rooms to have a more intimate conversation with another heart-centered entrepreneur, which is super valuable to have kind of this one-on-one or two-on-one feedback. And this month's topic is the P of Personal Power, and we discuss how. Our core values make us and our business really different from our peers. [00:03:55] So that's the format of our calls. And in [00:04:00] 2022 we came together once per month for a call. But now in 2023 we have two monthly meetings and one of the calls is hosted by me, the other call is hosted by one of our ambassador team members in turn. So there's a small team of ambassadors, circle members who are now have stepped up and are now hosting these calls in turn. [00:04:24] And I'm just so happy to see that taking place cuz that was exactly my vision for the Humane Marketing Circle. Kind of this responsibility of the members stepping up. That means we get even more opportunity to bring our questions and learn from everyone. We're also currently transitioning to our new community platform on Cajabi, and it really looks great and has all the features that we were missing on Trello, which was the tool that we used to use before. [00:04:59] And so that [00:05:00] new platform helps us stay connected with each other, in between the calls, hold each other accountable with challenges, messaging between members and so much more. And really, I resisted this for a long time because it's just not my zone of genius to kind of facilitate these online platforms or, or groups. [00:05:22] But the members have asked for it. And so we're creating it. And actually to help me with the facilitation of this community, this online community, I also just hired a community facilitator. So not to be confused with a social. Manager who's just posting questions and, and you know, visuals and quotes and things. [00:05:46] But really, Eddie that's the name of the great guy that we hired as a community facilitator. His main role is to facilitate the interactions between members, nurture [00:06:00] relationships, and help people get answers within that online community. And Eddie studied this, so he studied community design and I'm, yeah, I'm really super excited to have him on board. [00:06:14] The best thing right now is that if you join right now, the price is still at the same low $37 per month, after a $7 for seven day trial. So you can, will also just check us out to see it. Probably join just before one of the calls to get that live interaction and see if we're the right fit for you. With the second monthly call. [00:06:39] And once the Cajabi community is fully developed and active, I'll bring the rate back up to 47 per month. But for the next few weeks, it will remain at 37 per month. And that's lifetime. So if you join now, that will always be your monthly rate. So now is a good [00:07:00] time to join us and build this different way of marketing together. [00:07:05] Well that's why we're calling it a A revolution. A humane revolution. So if you'd like to be supported by a group of like-minded individuals, I call them the quietly rebellious entrepreneurs, they're also all deep think. So if that's your kind of people that you want to hang out with and learn from and share with, then check out the details at humane.marketing/circle. [00:07:34] Okay, back to the show. Today's conversation fits under the P of promotion. And if you are already regular here, you know that I'm organizing the conversations around the seven Ps of the Humane Marketing Mandala. And if this is your first time here, big warm welcome. You probably don't know what I'm talking about, but you can download your one-page marketing plan with the humane marketing [00:08:00] version of the seven Ps of marketing@humane.marketing slash one page, the number one and the word page. [00:08:08] And this comes with seven email prompts to really help you reflect on these different PS for your business. . So my guest today is Teresa Heath Waring, and she is an online business marketing and mindset expert who works with business owners from across the world, helping them to build a business and life they love, as well as inspiring members to dream big and set ambitious long-term business goals. [00:08:37] Teresa equips them with Practic. Actionable steps to get them closer to their goals. Her holistic emphasis on the whole business and the mindset of the business owner enables her members to navigate a world of running a business with Theresa as their biggest cheerleader, an international bestselling author, award-winning speaker and [00:09:00] TEDx speaker. [00:09:00] She is the host of your dream business podcast, which where I used to be a guest as well. And Theresa is recognized alongside some of the world's digital marketing thought leaders and is widely regarded as one of the UK's leading marketing influencers. . In today's episode, I asked Teresa to come onto the Humane Marketing Podcast to talk about Humane List building. [00:09:27] Theresa and I discussed the following topics, how to get started with building an email list, how to get people onto your list in a saturated market where we all have too much email already, how to create a freebie really worth downloading. How about the tech that so many people are afraid of what to send out once people actually downloaded our freebie and our on our email list, and how do we make email marketing humane and non-pushy [00:10:00] and so much more? [00:10:01] So let's just dive right in. Here's Theresa and me talking about humane list building. . Hi Theresa. I'm so excited for our conversation. [00:10:13] Teresa: Yay. Thanks for being here. Nice too. No, my pleasure. I'm excited too. Wonderful. [00:10:18] Sarah: So we could have had. So many topics to talk about, right? Mm-hmm. . But when we first chatted I was like, well, you just finished one of your list building challenges. [00:10:29] And so I was like, oh, I think that is a good one. And we actually met on a, what was it called? Exactly, something with Authentic Marketing Summit with Marcy. And, and so I was like, oh, okay, so this is the right person to talk about humane list building. And so that's what I yeah, that's what I think where we can go. [00:10:50] But as I just said offline, I think for most people it's like, okay, that sounds like a good idea to build your email list. [00:11:00] But where do I get started? How do I get started? Yeah. So maybe just tell us a little bit about who you are and then as you can tell, We have a habit here to just dive in. [00:11:12] That is and go into the [00:11:13] Teresa: topic. I have no problem with that. So I am a a business owner, an online business owner, a speaker, a podcaster, an author. But basically I help amazing business owners, predominantly women. Not that I only work with women, but I seem to attract a lot of women who are trying to create a business and life that actually works for them and their season of life, and isn't something that they've looked at that some experts told them, it's gotta be this way, or you've gotta win this much, or you've gotta charge this much, or you've gotta earn seven figures and you've gotta do it online. [00:11:49] It's about understanding who they are and what they want and what's important to them and their season of life, because we all have other people in our world and other things in our world, and we need to [00:12:00] make sure that our business balance with those things so that we're creating. Not this monster that actually we end up going, this is not what I want to do. [00:12:09] Mm-hmm. we create something that we're going to love. So I do that and I do it in a variety of ways and, and those ways include more of a mindset, kind of motivational, inspirational side. But also I'm incredibly practical because of the fact of, I have 18 years experience in marketing now, which is a really long time. [00:12:30] And I have worked with hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of business owners during that time. . I know that sometimes you need the motivation and the inspiration and the mindset and the personal development, and sometimes you just need someone to give you a straight answer. So hopefully that's what I bring with both. [00:12:48] And one of the things that I talk a lot about and one of my, my key things I guess, that I teach on is list building. And it's so important because no matter what [00:13:00] role I've been in and I've been in, as you can imagine, many, many, many different marketing roles from, you know, heading up corporate marketing for Land Rover UK to working with a teeny tiny company that has no budget and I have to do everything. [00:13:12] So I've kind of done it all. And one thing that has never really gone away, and in fact in my mind is just going to strength to strength is email marketing. Mm-hmm. , and I think probably a few. Years back when social media really kicked in, maybe, gosh, even now. Well, I started my business eight years ago and it was probably at that point it was really getting good for business. [00:13:36] I think people thought, oh, well we have all these new amazing ways I'm gonna do this and I don't need to think about some of these old school ways. But actually that's moved. Email has moved with social media and with technology. And when you are in marketing or when, well, whether you have a business or whatever it is, and you're trying to market more options are better than less always.[00:14:00] [00:14:00] So it's so important to make sure that you've got that email list or you have another way to contact them. And the other key thing is that often, if. Communicating with your clients or your per perspective customers through social media. You don't own that platform. That platform is not you. Yours, you are marketing on borrowed ground. [00:14:17] So basically you are marketing on something that doesn't belong to you. And at any point, as we well know, because Instagram changes like the wind, that they can change something and it completely affects everything. And at the moment, you know, and I'll openly talk about stuff myself, but my own Instagram is terrible at the moment. [00:14:34] Like in terms of the engagement on the post, it's so much worse than it used to be. So we need to make sure we have somewhere else that we can market directly to our customers. So in terms of getting started, it's a couple of things, and this is why I think so many people get put off by it because it can feel overwhelming. [00:14:52] there's a few things you have to think about first. First is how are you gonna email them? And this is the bit that no one wants to think about cuz this is the [00:15:00] tech. But ultimately you can't do this without some tech, but it's not big and massive and huge and it's not fancy funnels and clever things. [00:15:11] It's just a case of you need a system that you can add email addresses to and then send an email to those people. Now you can't do it through your normal email, so you can't do it through. . If you know you're using a business address or a Gmail, or it's hosted by Gmail, or you're an Outlook, you can't send them through that. [00:15:29] And the reason you can't do that is, one, they're not designed to do that. And two, you have to have an unsubscribe on a marketing email, and you can't have that. That isn't standard. It has to be standard. So it's much safer and much smarter to get a system. Now, the one I recommend for everyone getting started is mail light. [00:15:49] Lots of people know MailChimp. Mm-hmm. . And I know lots of people are on MailChimp, and they might be like, well, why wouldn't you recommend MailChimp? I describe MailChimp. Not that they would thank me for it but I [00:16:00] describe them as like, A house. So a house that was built a long time ago, and then they had an extension put on, and then they realized they needed more rooms. [00:16:08] They added a bit over here, and then they wanted something over here and then, and basically they've built on, so mail ch MailChimp was there for a really long time, but they've added in all that functionality after the fact. And it just doesn't quite seem to flow right. It doesn't quite seem to like, it's not very intuitive. [00:16:26] It's not particularly easy. There's a couple of really funky, weird things that it does. So for me, someone like Maite who started off basically as if they bought a piece of land and go, right, how are we gonna build this? And then they built it right in the first place because obviously they, they're not that old, whereas MailChimp is old. [00:16:41] So [00:16:41] Sarah: I think that's another fact, like, you know, MailChimp is old or you know, in terms of social media, old, and so they constantly had to adapt. And so that's why it's just house stuck. I kept building on other things. Right? Yeah, absolutely. Where if, if you take a newer company, well they build [00:17:00] with this current circumstances in what we need. [00:17:02] Yes, [00:17:02] Teresa: yes, yes. And obviously there's gonna come a point where, you know, Mala light has to tweak and change and all the others do. And they do always constantly, but it's almost like, it's almost like they wanna start again with MailChimp. But like I said, lots of people use them. But if you haven't chose a system, or even if you are using MailChimp, male light really, really is good. [00:17:21] Very intuitive, really simple to use. But basically you need to. . So like I said, set that up and say, okay, now I've got somewhere where I can put emails in and I can email from Now, whether that's you then taking an email list that you've created in Excel or something like that and literally just putting it across, or whether that's you then creating something called a lead magnet or a content upgrade grade or whatever you wanna call it. [00:17:47] But basically you are creating an incentive to ask them to come onto your list. Right? Because as much as we'd like to think that people wake up one day and go, oh, I wonder if that person that I barely know or just followed on Instagram has an email, is they'd love to get on it. Like that [00:18:00] doesn't happen. [00:18:00] So even though we often have get on our list, on our website or something like that, I think if you honestly asked yourself how many people have opted in through that in the last month, I think most people would be like a few, a handful of people are opting in. If that makes, [00:18:15] Sarah: I'm gonna pause you there, Teresa. [00:18:16] Cause I wanna, before we move on to the opt-in or the freebie or the the lead magnet, I wanna come back to the tech because I think. You know, like you said, so many people will start with MailChimp or, or the question I have since you recommended mail or Light, is that a platform that can grow with you? [00:18:36] You, you would say that, you know, people with big businesses are still able to use? [00:18:42] Teresa: Yes and no. It's a great one to start with and it will certainly grow with most small business owners. Mm-hmm. , it can do an element of the automations. It has some good functionality in it and it's good. However, when I teach my course, I talk about three different platforms. [00:18:58] I talk about main light. If you're just [00:19:00] getting started, if you know how to do emails and you wanna start getting a bit fancy and having some call automations, then I use Active Campaign and it's very. Again, a lot of these platforms though, it's what you're used to. So there are, there's Convert Kit that's very similar. [00:19:15] There's Drip that's very similar, so there are lots of them out there and this is half the problem. Yeah, it's too, too much choice. way too much choice. And then the one I recommend, if you're going all in on an online business and you're having a membership and a checkout and landing pages and all this kind of cool stuff, then from a cost point of view, something like Kajabi could be really good. [00:19:35] Mm-hmm. . So what Kajabi has that the others don't is the facility to do all of that stuff and do it really well. The problem comes, so I currently use Kajabi to host my membership. However, I'm at a point now where I have a guy who builds all my landing pages for me. So I have a tech guy who does all that and they're built on WordPress. [00:19:57] And also I have some cool things like I have a [00:20:00] quiz. And that quiz had to plug into somewhere and Kajabi couldn't handle it. Mm-hmm. . So I've now moved to Active Campaign. I say now it's about a year. So I have active campaign for my emails. I have Kajabi for those other things. But when you, again, when you first get started, if you're going in the online world, the emails can't do. [00:20:19] Kajabi are great, but they can't go to the level the active campaign can do, or I wouldn't say they can. . And therefore at the beginning you don't wanna pay for two systems, which I didn't. I just used Kajabi and I kind of thought it is what it is, you know, I'll just have to go with it. And it was perfectly fine and good enough and capable for the job. [00:20:38] But active campaign now is much cooler. [00:20:41] Sarah: I love that you explained that because I think, yeah, there's one thing is like, okay, I wanna plan big and go big. Mm-hmm. and therefore I'm gonna go for something like, you know, Kajabi. Which was also my move. I went from, actually, I started out with Malechi, then went to AWeber, then went to Active Campaign, and this is over years and [00:21:00] years. [00:21:00] Yeah. And, and then now finally to Kajabi. And just like you, there's a little tiny me piece of me as like regretting the move to Gujabi. Yeah. Because once you're used to something like Active Campaign, which is built only for email. Yes. Then. Cajabi does not do the same job like it. It's just not, so, yeah, all it is to, to explain that, it obviously depends where your business is at. [00:21:26] Malar Light seems like a good place to start and you almost kind of maybe do have to plan that eventually, you know, there's gonna be a [00:21:35] Teresa: move. And like you said, how many of you had, how many have I had? I was male Chimp, then I was Drip cuz I went and did a certification over in Minnesota. Then I did Infusionsoft. [00:21:47] Right. So I went like, that was, and I mean, if you wanna go crazy, I mean Infusionsoft is insane. And then I went Kajabi and now I've added back in Active campaign. Mm-hmm. But like I said, it was just for that l that extra bit of [00:22:00] functionality. If you are sending emails, if you are wanting automations to go. [00:22:05] it will do it. You can do sequences in Kajabi. So it's not that it's a terrible system, but obviously if you just think about it, they are building a system with so many different things. So they can't put all of the focus into just the email side of it. Whereas, like I said, active campaign convert kit, that's all they do, right? [00:22:22] So therefore they can make sure that they've created the best email side they can. Mm-hmm. But again, you know, from a money point of view, you will be absolutely fine just using Kajabi If you are doing an online business, if you're not doing an online business and you at the moment if you just want to send an email or when someone clicks something, you can send an email for that. [00:22:42] Or if someone opts into something and send an email for that male male, a light, this is where I start getting more mixed up. Cuz there are so many, and obviously male to male light are very similar male. A light is perfectly good for that. And you're right, I think. , there will come a point where you go, okay, now I need more. [00:22:58] But at that point, you'll be able to [00:23:00] afford more. Whereas the beauty of starting on something like Maite is the fact that it's so low cost. Mm-hmm. . So even the paid version, the start of the paid version is like $10 a month. Mm-hmm. . Whereas I think probably now because of the size of my list, I probably pay $200 a month fr campaign. [00:23:16] So it's a big, big difference. So like I said, get started in those others and it's a pain to move. I'm not even gonna like, pretend it's not. It is a pain. It is a pain. I mean, it's not impossible. It's not difficult really. It's just the lot of work. And of course the more you have created. So when we went from well, when we went from Infusionsoft to. [00:23:39] Kajabi, that was a pain. And when we went from Kajabi to Active campaign, it took us, well, we haven't even finished, but we spent a solid week working on moving everything across and we haven't even finished. So it's not that it's impossible, it's just that it's a new system. You gotta get used to it and you have to move things across and it will take some time. [00:23:58] So, so yeah. But don't panic [00:24:00] about that. If you're just starting and money is more of the concern. If money's not the concern, then jump straight onto active campaign. Great, fine. Be brilliant. You won't need to use all the functionality necessary straight away, but it will be there when you're ready. But if money's a concern, male light is definitely where I would start. [00:24:15] Awesome. I think that [00:24:16] Sarah: was a great tech focus, you know, and it's like, because sometimes you don't get this information. Like I, like I say, like people just tell you, well, you know, start a, a mailing list. And then they're like, [00:24:27] Teresa: well, wow, which one? Yeah. And there's so many. And I think the other thing I really wanna reassure people is I am not a tech person, like, The reason I know so much about the tech is one, I've used a lot of it myself, but also in my course I identified the fact that that is the one thing that people don't teach. [00:24:45] And that's the one and main stumbling block as to why people don't finish a process. Right? So, you know, they might, so I can obviously talk about, you know, what a lead magnet is and how we use it and what it's good for and some of the key things you need to do in it. [00:25:00] And I can talk about your board onboarding emails. [00:25:02] I can talk about your sequencing, we can talk about what to email them, we can talk about how to get 'em on that email list, which is great and people can get all that. But then the problem is they would look at the tech and some people are great and they're fine, but a lot of people would go a, I dunno what platform to use b I dunno where the hell to start and I dunno how to make this work. [00:25:19] So one of the things I did in the, in the course, and I had to teach myself it in many, many, many systems is I the process that I give them, is the process that I taught them through in the course, and one of my members that came and did it, she, how old is she? She's probably in her early sixties maybe. [00:25:41] And she was like, she'd been in my membership for ages and obviously they get support from me there, but they don't get the course. But she could have asked me any question on any coaching call. That would've been fine. But she just hadn't got round to doing it. It was like, yeah, I know what I need to do. [00:25:55] Haven't quite sorted out the tech. And we did the course and she was dreading the tech bit and we get on [00:26:00] a call and she, cuz we, we do calls alongside the course so I can answer questions and I can literally go, give me your login or open it on screen and let me see and I'll point and go click that button. [00:26:11] And, but she literally came on the call and was like, I could kiss you, literally kiss you. She said, I didn't think for one second I could do that tech side. She goes, and I literally sat there with your screen on one screen and me on another and you were, the video was like, okay, so when you're here, go here and click this. [00:26:29] She goes, and I did. And then you were like, click this and do it. Which I did. She goes and I did it and it's done. And that's the thing, like it's not difficult, but the process is very weird. So again, what's interesting is a lot of the feedback I get is I would never have started where you said to start, right? [00:26:46] And it's because. , I start them at the thank you page, which seems like a really odd place to start. Mm-hmm. . But the problem is when you are setting up a landing page, it'll say, where do you want this to redirect to? And if you haven't got that set up, you can't finish your landing [00:27:00] page. Yeah. So there's all these kind of little quirks that like, because I know the processing, cause I've done the process, it's like, okay, it's not that it's, you can't do it the other way. [00:27:10] It just makes it a lot easier and a lot quicker. Mm-hmm. . So I think, like I said, for me, I don't want people to be sat there going, yeah, it's all right for you, you're tech. I'm not, I'm really not. I just had to learn it. But it means I can teach it and it means that obviously if I will probably talk about it in a layman's way, and I also have the opportunity to have some of these providers come in and do the training on, on that for me. [00:27:32] But I didn't want them to because, because I've, I've taught you to do something very specific. I want you to show how to do that specific thing rather than here's an overview of the system, this is how it works. So yeah, it's. . And like I said, the tech bit's so important. Cause that's a bit that stumbles people. [00:27:49] Yeah. And stops people. [00:27:51] Sarah: But the other thing that you just brought up is, is there's the tech, but then there's also the understanding the process. You know, it's like [00:28:00] Yeah. You have to almost like map it out and maybe Yes. Visually map it out. And so maybe you can just do that for our listeners right now. [00:28:07] Yeah. Like, yeah. Let's start with the, you know what most people call lead magnet? I don't like that language anymore in humane marketing. [00:28:14] Teresa: Cuz it's just like, no, you're right. No, because it doesn't, the visual is not nice, right? No. There's, there's no humane about it. Yeah. Cause it's a lead magnet. Let's [00:28:22] Sarah: call it a, a freebie or I actually call it a signpost where people get to, [00:28:27] Teresa: you know a hand raiser. [00:28:28] That's another thing I call it. It's like handraiser. I like that. Yeah. I love that. I'm interested in it. I wanna know more. Yeah. They raise their hand. [00:28:34] Sarah: So let's start there and then, Talk through the process of what needs to happen [00:28:38] Teresa: behind the scenes in a way. Yeah, yeah, yeah. So at the very beginning, the first thing we talk about is the, the hand raiser, the freebie. [00:28:47] And I keep it simple, so I tell them to choose something. So the first thing we have to do right at the beginning is we have to know who their customer is. And I don't just mean like, you know, what age are they and where do they shop? I mean, like, what [00:29:00] is the thing that they're really struggling with? Get to know them, speak to them, understand them, listen to them and what they've gotta say. [00:29:06] This isn't, you're not just trying to sell someone. And again, that is the point of a hand raiser. It's not a sales tool, which. , I know often can be seen as that way, and ultimately it might lead to a sale. But the idea is you as my perfect customer, as my perfect audience members, part of my community, you have a problem that I can solve because this is where my zone of genius is. [00:29:28] So I create something that addresses your problem and gives you some solutions, and you have to give them something that is good. I have downloaded that many lead magnets. I can't even tell you because this is my passion. This is what I do. Like I will drop into someone's funnel and go through it and look at it all. [00:29:46] and I've downloaded stuff that is useless, absolutely useless. And it's only just a, I want your email address. It's not a genuine, I'm trying to help you. So that's the very first thing we talk about. We need to know [00:30:00] exactly who your people are, what their problem is, and then you need to give me some very good advice to help me with that problem. [00:30:06] But we always start with a PDF download, which I know sounds very unimaginative and there's much better ways to attract your perfect audience, but they're much bigger and more complicated. So I've got a. , it was a very big process to do that quiz and I had an expert help me. So even though it might be like, well, it's just a pdf, we'll make it the best PDF they've ever downloaded, but it is. [00:30:27] So basically we find one problem and we give them five points and we say, this is how I can help you with my five points. Okay. So it's like and one thing that actually always comes up and you know, this podcast has gone for hours, by the way, cuz I can talk about this for literally hours. [00:30:42] Sarah: Well, they'll, they'll just have to come to your [00:30:44] Teresa: course, you know, well love, like, it's not a sales message, but that's, that's what it's [00:30:49] But like, so one of the things we talk about is sometimes the problem that they've got. So let's say I am a coach that helps people who have got imposter syndrome, let's say. That was my business. [00:31:00] Well, the problem is, Possible customers or people I can help might not know they've got imposter syndrome. [00:31:08] Mm-hmm. So what they do is five ways to help you get over imposter syndrome. Well, that's great if I know I've got it, but I don't know I've got it. Mm-hmm. So, one thing, and that's often a mistake, you really choose. So the thing that you need to think about with the lead magnet, with your title, with your, your freebie, and the thing you're offering them is it needs to sing to them. [00:31:27] It needs to, they need to read that and go, that's me. Mm-hmm. . Whereas if I don't know what that is, if I've never heard of the phrase imposter syndrome, but what I might know is my symptoms or what I might know is the problems that I have. So they need to get quite granular with that. So it might be that do you worry that you're gonna get found out one day question mark if I read that, and whether I knew what in Imposs syndrome was or not, and whether I, you know, thought I had it or not. [00:31:54] I would read that and go, yeah, that's me. Yeah. Mm-hmm. . So, but I would only know that and know [00:32:00] that language cause I know my customer really well. So that piece, yeah, that's [00:32:04] Sarah: unfortunately, that's often a problem, especially for coaches, right? Because they're so into their specialty or into their methods that unfortunately they're marketing [00:32:15] Teresa: the method where Yes. [00:32:16] Yeah. And they're not talking to the problem. Yeah. And sometimes people are like, yeah, but I don't wanna be negative. And it's like, it's not that you're being negative, it's that sometimes the only way, you know. So if you rephrase it and said, you know, do you fear that one day you'll be found out? I know it sounds negative, but the point is it resonates cuz that's the kind of thing I might say. [00:32:38] And what's quite nice for me and you, , I've always kind of hoped and thought that this is my superpower, is I'm able to think about who their customer might be and what their customer might say. And sometimes I am a potential customer. Yeah. Sometimes I'd be like, well actually I would never say that. This is what I would say. [00:32:55] Yeah. And it, it inevitably is not the same language because like you said, [00:33:00] when you are an expert in your world, in your field, you are gonna use the right terms. You are gonna think of, like you said, the solution. And the solution is, you know, you've got imposter syndrome and I've got tools to help you with imposter syndrome. [00:33:12] Well, I don't know. I've got that. Mm-hmm . So that's the first thing. Really understanding that customer is key. Coming up with something that is genuinely going to help them, that is genuinely going to fix their problem is the next thing. So like I said, we know downloads can be, excuse me, I'm gonna cough. [00:33:29] I'm so sorry. Yeah. I could feel it building. And I, a sneeze coming as well. I'm so sorry. I never do. That's fine. [00:33:40] Is it gone all good, ? I think so. Hope so. Sorry, sorry, sorry. So like I said, you wanna create that lead magnet, that freebie that is really good quality. So when they get it, it actually gives them something. Don't be scared about giving away too good of stuff. You're talking basics. Okay. So you're not talking like your secret source or your method or your whole, like this is how to do [00:34:00] it, start to finish, but the stuff you're telling them is really good stuff. [00:34:04] So when we're in the process, the very first thing they do is create that thing and we do it in you know, something like Canva or Adobe Express, and they get all the templates and basically they make it look nice and they create this P D F that they've got that they can give someone. Then what we do, And we do everything to get it ready before we go into tech. [00:34:26] Cuz that's the other thing, like I said, once you get into tech, you don't wanna then go, you're halfway through a process, you have to go and write some stuff and by the time you come back you're like, I can't remember where I was or what I was doing. So then what you're going to do from that point is you're gonna think about the words that you want to be on your signup page. [00:34:42] So the page that is the landing page where someone goes and goes, yes, I would like that. So based on what you've written, you write some words on that and there's a format to it and, and there's a way you can do it. But basically you're saying to them, if you have problems with this, this, this, this, or if you're struggling with this, this, this, this. [00:34:58] If you find you are this, this, [00:35:00] this, then. In this download, I'm gonna help you with this, this, this. So then you've got the copy for that and we make sure we've got some images as well. So within the template thing, we create social images and we create images for the landing page. Then you want to start writing your emails that you're going to send to them. [00:35:16] Cuz the minute they download that, you are gonna want to automate some emails. And I think the word automation scares people. It's really not that difficult. It's like when they opt in this form, send them this thing, wait a day, send them this thing, wait two days, send them this thing. So then what we do is we write all our emails and, and again there's like templates to follow and that sort of format. [00:35:37] And we got our, our titles, our subject lines, we've got our preview text, they've got our emails. So basically we have everything ready to roll. Before we go to the tech. So they literally have a Google doc of all their stuff. They have their images, they have their P D F, they have the pictures, the lot and things like as well. [00:35:57] There might be a little blurb about who you are and what [00:36:00] makes you an expert. So then what we do is when we go to the system, the thing that we start with is the, well, you can do a couple of things, but depending on what system you're using and which order it goes in. Because again, it's all different. [00:36:15] But normally you'd build a thank you page first. And the thank you page is a really simple page that acknowledges the fact that they've opted in. And it might tell them things like, make sure you check your spam cuz it might have gone in there. And if you don't get it, email us here. Or if you know you haven't found it, if you wanna link to something else on that page, you can. [00:36:32] You could always say, go and take a look at my website, or I wrote a blog on this, or whatever it is. But normally, and again, when getting started, don't over confuse yourself just. , a plain thank you page that has your logo and a nice image or whatever on it in your font saying Thank you. It's on its way. [00:36:47] And don't forget to shake your junk. So that's on the thank you page. So we'd build that first. Then what we'd probably build next is the email sequence. And again, it can depend on different systems, but you'd need to build that [00:37:00] sequence. So basically this is an automation, and you would say, okay, I want to create an automation. [00:37:05] And you might put the trigger in there. You might put the trigger somewhere else. Again, this is where different systems differ. Depends on the tool. Yeah, it does. But basically you are saying, okay when this thing happens, I want you to, and it can be like, so active campaign. It could be a tag. So when this tag is added, start this and you can decide the tag. [00:37:25] And, and we normally have decided the tag by this point. , you would start the automation. When someone gets this tag, start this thing and it'd like send them an email immediately. And then you put in your copy and your text of the email. The other thing you're gonna need to do is link to the thing that they've got and things like, the one key thing, and I saw this the other day with someone, is I opted in for their thing and they had a huge email and the link was hidden. [00:37:51] Well, they say hidden, but it was amongst a lot of texts of the thing. I actually was trying to die in load. And then there was about another four or five links of various different other things they were trying to tell me [00:38:00] to do. And a 20% off discount if I bought my first thing. And it's like, we too much, too much do too much. [00:38:06] Because then again, you're jumping straight into the sale. And again, that's not humane. That's not, we are coming from a point of serving. We're coming from a point going, I know you struggle with this and I can help because that's what I do and that's what I'm brilliant at. Mm-hmm. And yes, of course we all need to be paid. [00:38:24] And of course there are paid things that you can have. But at that point, that's too early. So the first email is just an email that says, here you go. There's your thing. Like you asked for it. There it is. And I think on the copy it normally says something like, and I'll be in touch in a couple of days to let you see how you got on. [00:38:44] And again, one thing I find, especially with a brand new sequence of someone brand new, tell them what to expect. Mm-hmm. . Okay. So in that first email, say, I'll be back in touch tomorrow, or I'll be back in touch in two days, so that when your email does fall into their inbox, they're not gonna think, oh, [00:39:00] she's hounding me. [00:39:01] Mm-hmm. , because I've already told you that this is what's going to happen. One thing [00:39:05] Sarah: that I really like doing is using numbers and brackets. So one out of five and then they know, okay, this is the first emails, then there's gonna be four more. And so I use that in all the subject lines and people really like it. [00:39:19] I use that also in like mini-series where I'm like, I'm gonna be talking about this topic over five emails. Mm-hmm. , you know that these are coming, right? Yes. So I guess especially in an onboarding series, that would be really helpful [00:39:32] Teresa: for people that like, yes, super helpful. It's a great idea. And like you said, so, and, and I think as well, people are, I know people are struggle with marketing and they really like, you know, they think it's sleazy and slimy and horrible, but as long as people know what to expect from you, it's when they're caught off guard. [00:39:50] It's when you've said to them, I'm gonna email you once a week, or I'm gonna email you once a month and then you send five in two days. Like, that's not okay. That's not. [00:40:00] Alright to do, right? So it's about being really honest and going, this is what I'm going to do. And thinking as well as serving. So I often say, when I generally talk about emails, like you have to ask yourself, who cares you well with anything we do? [00:40:15] Who cares? Like am I giving them something in that email that they're going to want to read? Am I giving them something that is going to be of value to them? Because if all I'm doing is telling them to buy my stuff, that is of no value to them. Now if I'm telling them a story that will give them a lesson or a learning, and then at the end of that email I say, and actually if you want more help with this, I can, and here's how you can get that help, then that's different. [00:40:41] So [00:40:41] Sarah: I think that's important to mention as well, because I know a lot of my clients. And, and I'm sure maybe yours as well. We, we have heart-centered clients and so they're actually, they already know that they want to serve, right? Yes. But it's the actual selling piece that's kind of difficult. And [00:41:00] so just this morning a client said to me that her subscribers told her they don't want more than one message per month. [00:41:06] And I said, I understand that. And that is good that you ask what they want, but you also need to look out for yourself because you are running a business. And so you don't just want to only serve and share great content, you still also need to sell. That's why they are on your email list. So it's finding that balance, [00:41:26] Teresa: right? [00:41:27] It is, it is. And, and like you said, it. For me, again, asking that question is lovely. And I asked it funnily enough just the other day, but I sent three emails a week. Yeah. So, and I asked them, and I said to them, I'm gonna slow down in August. Cause obviously August is our UK summer holiday and I have a daughter and a stepson and you know, hopefully might take a little bit time off at some point. [00:41:48] But for me I was like, so I'm probably gonna send like two emails a week this time. And I, and then, so I said, actually, drop me an email back and let me know what you think about that. And I've had people in the past go, I'd like less [00:42:00] and, and as long as I'm consistent, as long as I told them this is what it's going to be, and I communicate with them and I am thinking of doing less, I'm thinking of maybe just doing two a week on a Wednesday and a Thursday and I will email them going, I've been having a think and I think this is what I'm gonna do and this is why I'm gonna do it. [00:42:16] And, you know, so I think it's that communication and again, treating people like they're real humans. Yeah. Because they are real humans. [00:42:23] Sarah: I think what people get scared because they, the tech is involved and they feel like, Okay, so now this is, you know, the techy part of the business. Yeah. Where nice. It's not, you can still be yourself in these emails and, and Yeah. [00:42:37] Even though you're talking to many people, you're still talking as if you were talking just to one [00:42:43] Teresa: person. I write every email as if I'm talking to one person. Yeah. And, and I personally reply to everyone that responds. Mm-hmm. And I ask them to respond. Mm-hmm. And whether that takes me 20 minutes or three days, I'm the one that responds. [00:42:58] And my team know that they [00:43:00] leave those emails alone because that, and again, I don't have a copywriter. Right. My emails, I write them and I joke that they're probably, they're not award-winning and there's gonna be typos in them. And, and kind of, I'm sorry, but I'm not, because it's like, that's not my zone of genius writing is not necessarily my zone of genius, however, The authenticity of it and the fact of, you want to hear from me so you are going to hear from me. [00:43:24] You are not going to hear from a copywriter who has relayed a story that I've told them. So again, treating it as an additional bit of content, you know, another way to communicate with your audience, but also having that two-way thing and asking them and, and including them in the decision, I think is great. [00:43:42] I do think though, once a month is not enough, nowhere near enough, because like if I said to someone post on social media once a month, and this is the analogy I always give when I get them in the course to go right, how often are you gonna email 'em? What day? And, and initially all of them would go probably once a month. [00:43:59] And then I say to [00:44:00] them, imagine just posting on Instagram 12 times a year. What do you think that would do for the business? Do you think that would mean you get good business? No, of course it wouldn't. And we need to look at emails in a similar way, so, again, it's more about what you're putting in the email than the frequency of the email. [00:44:17] Mm-hmm. . So yeah, so, so we do the sequence emails, we've got digress there. I digressed us. But we do the sequence emails and like I said, the first one is deliver the thing. The second one might be if they're brand new to you, it might be a who you are or normally. The second one for me is, okay, so you had this thing cuz you were struggling. [00:44:34] Have you seen this? So it might be, here's a podcast I did about it. Here's an article I wrote on it. Here's a video I've done on it, but it's helping them further. And then from that point you might introduce yourself, you might explain more about your, what you do, you might then, and some of my email sequences on email, four or five. [00:44:52] But again, you don't have to do this from day one. It gives 'em a video of something that's particularly. Pertinent to what they've downloaded or a [00:45:00] sneak peek into the membership because actually they downloaded a mindset thing and the membership has mindset calls in it. And then, because I have products at the end of it, I might go, if you're interested, actually you might wanna join the club or you might wanna have a look at the club. [00:45:13] And then my last email will say and, and it, this is only cause I'm leading into products that, or a service or whatever. If you are not, then you don't do this. But my last email says, you're not ready. No worries. So basically as well, and the automation is very cool, but I don't teach this. I can teach it to someone who asks, but this is not what I would tell you to get started with. [00:45:31] So for instance, in my funnel, in active campaign, at the end of every email, I have a section in the, in the process that says, did they sign up to the club? If they did, don't send them anything else. If they didn't send them this, did they sign up to the club? If they didn't, don't send them anything else. [00:45:47] If they did, if if they did, don't send 'em anything else. They didn't. And that's what I send them. No worries. That's fine. I see. And that's exactly the [00:45:54] Sarah: thing. You can't do it Cajabi like [00:45:56] Teresa: none of this is no, no, no, it's not right. No. [00:46:00] Yeah. You need a system. And I think, I think. , fairly confident. You can do an element of that in Malechi not Malechi Mailer light [00:46:09] I told you I'd get confused. Yeah, there is an element of that. You can do a mailer light, but you can't do that in Kajabi, which is why again, when switch back, I can afford it. I switched back. Yeah. But again, you know, even saying to at the end, no worries. I've offered you this thing. I think it could be cool, but you don't want it. [00:46:24] And because I very much believe in humane marketing, I don't do close and open on stuff unless it's a course, like build My List where I work with you along it, which means I obviously have to have an intake cuz we all start at the same point. But other than that, my membership is always open, so I just really nicely say at the end, no worries, I'm always here and now you're gonna start getting my regular emails, which, and I tell them what the deal is with the regular emails. [00:46:48] So, so those things. That kind of un onboarding is, is kinda key. So you need all those emails written, which they already are by this point, and then you put them into your system. So then you've got an automation, you've got a thank you page, [00:47:00] you've probably got a tag. And then the next thing we go in and do is probably set up the form again, depending on what system you're in. [00:47:06] So we set up the form first, because on a landing page, you're gonna need to put the form in it, but you can't set up the form without having stuff to link to it because it'll say, well, what do you want to do with this form? And if you haven't got a like, okay, once they filled in the form, go to this thank you page. [00:47:19] Or once they filled in the form, subscribe them to this automation. So that's why we're kind of working backwards and up. So then we do the form bit. And then once we've done the form bit, we then build the landing page. And then once we've done the landing page, all the social media posts are already written, already done. [00:47:36] So it should be as easy as. So then you'll have the link for your landing page. And then it should be as easy as, here's your social media post that you've already created. Shove the link in there when they click through to it. The rest should be absolutely fine. And then obviously we do an element of testing. [00:47:51] I test it, they test it, make sure everything looks right, reads right, and all that sort of good stuff. But yeah, it's not where the process that we go through as the [00:48:00] consumer is we see a social media post. We go through to a landing page, we put in a form, we then go to a thank you page. We then get an email. [00:48:09] We don't create it in the same process because that's not the process that's easy enough for us. Yeah. So, yeah. And I know it sounds big. It does [00:48:18] Sarah: sound right. Overwhelming when you hear it like that. Yeah. But it, it's like anything, it's definitely like Marie Felia would say it's figure outable and once you have figured it out the first time, you can just rinse and repeat. [00:48:32] That's it. The system and the process. And you will come up with different opt-ins and free. [00:48:37] Teresa: Yeah, and I had, and, and again, I promise you, I never came on here to go buy my thing. But had an amazing testimonial. The day I say testimony she just told me, but it was still amazing. One of my members bought Build My List cuz like I said, it's not included in the membership cause it's a very specific and it's followed me along. [00:48:53] So like I said, we'll literally go, has everybody done this now? Let me see it. Has it look yet great? Right once to the next thing. Because I know people need [00:49:00] that gain ability, but she had done the course the very first time I ran it and she actually hadn't been as present in the course as she wanted to because she was doing a tax return or something at the time and the timing just wasn't right for her. [00:49:13] And she actually got one of her team to go through and do the work, so. Mm-hmm. , they actually went in and did the stuff. and they did it and she obviously hadn't done it. And so then it comes a year later and she decides she needs a new lead magnet and cuz the other one had been performing well, but obviously it's nice to have a few, and again, I explain about, you know, why you would want different ones for different things. [00:49:35] And so she decided she wants a new one and she went back to the course and went through the lessons and came on one of my calls and was. I've done it, , I've just done it and, and like I literally just went back and, and did exactly what you said and I've done another one. And she was like, that's amazing. [00:49:53] And then she's doing another one. And it's like, that's the point, like by going through it with you like [00:50:00] that. And even when I'm talking about different systems, the way I try and explain, and obviously you know, you have different systems to choose from, but the way I try to explain it is if you understand what you are trying to do or what you need to do, even if you then go to a different system, you know, okay, I need a page or a landing page, which might be called a website on some things. [00:50:21] Or it might be called a site, or it might be called a page, or it might be called a landing page and I need some kind of form or opt-in or pop in, pop up. So again, where's that gonna be? And I need another page for a thank you page, and I need some kind of automation and I need something to trigger it. So even if you're moving and changing, The, like you said, the idea for me is I teach you the understanding of it and then you can rinse and repeat it. [00:50:44] Mm-hmm. , because, I dunno about you, Sarah. One of the things I found in the online space and, and talking of humane marketing and doing the right thing for our customers is, and one thing that I've been complimented on, which is lovely, is that I don't set my members [00:51:00] up on my students up to always need me. [00:51:02] Mm-hmm. , my aim is to give them the tools and the strategies and it's the empowerment for the empowerment Exactly. To do it themselves again. Yeah. Rather than, okay, I'm gonna give you so much and then, you know, if you want the rest, you're gonna have to come and do this, and do this and do this. Right. It. No, I am so over the moon and she just ha so happens to also be a member as well. [00:51:25] But even, and I, and funnily enough, when I was doing the challenge, I re-interviewed some of the past member some of the past students. And again, they said exactly the same. They were like, I did another one and I did another one. And the other thing that's really lovely actually is I have some marketers come to me and say, can I use it for clients? [00:51:41] And I'm like, if you are, you can come and learn the skill and learn the process and then offer that as a service. And then you can now be, I can create your opt-in, I can set up your email and absolutely fine. You can use my tools and my strategies and my stuff. That is fine if, as long as that's giving you another skill [00:52:00] and you are obviously not selling the corso, as long as you're using the things, that's fine. [00:52:04] And, but I love that. I love that we empower people to, to do those things so they don't have to come back to me and go, I'm gonna have to join again cuz I can't remember how to do it. [00:52:13] Sarah: Yeah, I, I just had my first group in the Humane Marketing Circle go through my book, the marketing, like we're human and they organized everything themselves. [00:52:24] So basically it's member organized and they got together, you know, amazing during three sessions, worked through my workbooks that are available for free. And so I'm like, this is exactly what we need. You know, we don't need more gurus. We need people to get empowered and then do it themselves. Just get the tools and then do it themselves. [00:52:46] And you are so right. And I think, yeah, this conversation here has been so helpful because people are like, Okay. I'm getting the big picture and I'm really getting the details and, and, and maybe they can just, you know, do it themselves now that, that [00:53:00] would [00:53:00] Teresa: be great. And for summits, right? More than enough on the challenge. [00:53:04] I had a number of people, in fact, a huge percentage of people that we talked about, you know, this is how you come up with an idea. These are sort of things that I consider and then they'd come to. , the coaching call I did alongside it. And then the next day they're like, I've created it. Yeah. And I'm like, that's amazing. [00:53:19] Awesome. Yeah. And then, and I had actually, and I'd never had this before, but I had two people actually within the five days create the thing and then they got bit stuck with the tech. Cuz obviously I can only go into so much on a challenge about that. But then they post in the group and I was like, have you changed up to that? [00:53:35] Do this to this? And they were like, I can't honestly believe you're helping me do this. Like Yeah. But you've come into the challenge trying to achieve something and you are working really hard to achieve it. Why wouldn't I help you to achieve it? Mm-hmm. Yes. I know I have a course that teaches all this, but you are so far ahead already. [00:53:51] Yeah. And I would've literally left you at the last hurdle. And, and [00:53:55] Sarah: basically they only needed that missing piece and Yeah. [00:53:58] Teresa: Yeah. And if I hadn. [00:54:00] Thought about them in the way I do and treat my audience the way I do. I'd been like, well that's fine cuz that's in the course. So if you wanna buy the course, it looks there to do that. [00:54:07] And it was like, no, this woman and the woman I was talking about, she has a young child. It was like an 18 month old and it was like, I know how difficult it was for you to turn up and go through the challenge because of how busy you are and managing the child and all this, and the fact that you've done all this. [00:54:23] and, and it was really early in the morning, and I don't, I normally, I get up and I have a morning routine and I don't look at my phone straight away. But for whatever reason, I sat in bed and I was looking at my phone and that message came up. So she'd obviously got up before a child or a child had woken her up or whatever, and gone back to sleep. [00:54:38] So she's messaging me and it was like, I don't know, six feet in the morning and I'm like, do this. And then she came back, I'm stuck on this. Try that. Okay, that works. Okay, you need to change this. And at the end of it, she was like, I can't believe. Like, but you've just done that. And it's, and like I said, why wouldn't I? [00:54:51] Mm-hmm. , you know, I'm setting people up to succeed, not to need me and buy my stuff if they don't need to. [00:54:57] Sarah: Yeah. Yeah. Ah, this [00:55:00] has been wonderful. Thank you so much for sharing so much wisdom and, and tackling the tech, because , I think, yeah, it really, people are gonna take a lot from that. If, if you would add one last tip in terms of, you know, maybe also the content, how to make it humane, you

In the press
Do you speak chimp? New study shows we understand apes better than we think

In the press

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 7:21


IN THE PRESS – Wednesday, January 25: We look at reactions in the foreign press to Germany, the US and its allies most likely pledging to send tanks to help Ukraine. Also, the number of journalists killed while reporting globally nearly doubled to 67 in 2022, according to the press watchdog Committee to Protect Journalists, with the majority of victims from Latin America. Finally, researchers in the UK discover that humans understand ape gestures better than expected. Take the test for yourself!

The Creation Podcast
The Truth About the Chimp Genome (Humans & Chimps: Part 2) | The Creation Podcast: Episode 41

The Creation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023


Have scientists proven human evolution from a "common apelike ancestor," or are we being told a clever, confusing story filled with farcical "facts?" What is chromosome fusion, and why does it matter when discussing matters of the Christian faith? In the second installment of this two-part episode, ICR geneticist Dr. Jeff Tomkins and host Trey Bowling dig deeper into the science and expose the flaws of an anti-design approach to genetics.

Damn Dude Podcast
Happy Birthday Chimps & Royal, 2 Year Anniversary, We Can Cleanse, Exact Words or Context? #75Hard Day 21, Chinese New Year

Damn Dude Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 50:43


Welcome to the Damn Dude Podcast!This is Season 2, Episode 112!- Happy Birthday To Chimps And Royal and the Damn Dude Podcast!- The Power Of Traveling- Being Unique AF- Damn Dude Podcast 2 Year Anniversary - Like Elon Musk- Do Hard Sh*t On Purpose- Document Everything- #75Hard Day 21- Listening for Exact Words or Listening For Overall Context- I Admit, I went Hard on some of you guys!! And its Ok!!!- Cleansing- Cleansing from Vaccines, Sex, Bad Thoughts, Bad Food, Bad Relationships, Bad Information- How Meditating can Cleanse Your Cells- Chinese New YearRemember to say 3 things you're Grateful for every morning and every night!- Available on all major platforms!@RealCaliforniaCal@DamnDudePodcasatAvailable on all major platforms: https://damndudepodcast.buzzsprout.com/- Apple Podcasts- Buzzspout- Spotify- Audible- Google Podcasts- Amazon Music- iTunes- Stitcher- iHeart Radio- TuneIn + Alexa- Podcast Addict- PodChaser- Pocket Casts- Deezer- Listen Notes- Player Fm- Podcast Index- Overcast- Castro- Castbox- Podfriend- YouTubeDaaaaaaamn Duuuuuude!!!!!Be sure to leave a 5 Star written review on Apple Podcast/Listen Notes! :)If you'd love and support the show, please feel free to make a donation to the Damn Dude Podcast!(link below)Anything and everything is Appreciated! :) Much Love, Love All.CashApp: $DamnDudePodcastSupport the show

Daily Joke
Finch And Chimps

Daily Joke

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 0:48


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I'm Ready! A SpongePod SquareCast

Ahoy chimps, Captain Eric here continuing our 4th season #SpongeBob SquarePants sail! This weeks episode is "Chimps Ahoy" the first half of the 70th episode, first premiered in the US on May 5th 2006. Sandy's bosses are on their way to see the progress on inventions she's made, and Sandy is feeling like she has nothing good to show for her time. About to lose their friend, SpongeBob and Patrick step in to create the greatest invention ever! If you would like to support this podcast: anchor.fm/spongepod/support The Captain Eric YouTube Channel: youtube.com/channel/UCZ7sB5EK79oGZDuOnKjDuQA This Week In Nickelodeon History Podcast: open.spotify.com/show/7EJzKGeW46pVADutnsiJXf Captain Eric's Twitter: twitter.com/imreadypodcast Captain Eric's Instagram: instagram.com/spongebobpodcast/ Captain Eric's Twitch: twitch.tv/thecaptaineric The SpongeBob Podcast Twitch: twitch.tv/spongebobpodcast I'm Ready! Main Theme Composer Hew Wagner: hewwagner.com Hew Wagner's Twitter: twitter.com/hewwagner I'm Ready! Ending Theme Composer Tymime: youtube.com/user/tymime --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/spongepod/message

As It Happens from CBC Radio
January 12: Property and impropriety

As It Happens from CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 51:19


Toronto real estate fraud, Airline committee: NDP, California drought, Ontario nurse search, British Columbia silky goats, Chimp birth and more.

The Creation Podcast
They Lied to Us? (Humans & Chimps: Part 1) | The Creation Podcast: Episode 40

The Creation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023


Back in the nineteenth century, Charles Darwin promoted the supposed similarity between humans and chimpanzees. Later DNA studies seemed to support that idea—until someone started taking a closer look and noticed that there had been some...monkey business. In the first installment of this two-part episode, ICR geneticist Dr. Jeff Tomkins explains how chimp and human DNA are not as similar as many people think, and why it matters. (Stay tuned for Part 2!)

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast
The Woman Mauled by the 200-Pound Chimp and The Heroes of Fort Hood

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 37:59


Original Air Date: 11/11/2009It is the deadliest mass shooting on a military base in U.S. history. Listen to the interview with the Fort Hood hero who took down the gunman. Oprah also speaks with chimpanzee attack victim Charla Nash in her first interview.

The Literate ApeCast
Literate ApeCast Ep. 265—Predicting 2023

The Literate ApeCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 63:18


Jumping into 2023, the Chimps throw out some predicted headlines for the coming, predictions of the future, a Rorschach, and six things to do this week. Chock full of goodness!

The Alan Cox Show
Spy Restaurant/ Chimp Clothes/ Squire Masonry/ Mozgov Pizza Tattoos/ Space Comedians/ Eat Your Young/ Poundcake Gets Catfished/ Bill The Scofflaw/ Jerkin' It To "Friends"

The Alan Cox Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 177:33


The Dana & Parks Podcast
D&P Highlight: Baby Chimp at the Sedgwick County Zoo died.

The Dana & Parks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 11:02


ROCK 107 WIRX
Shooting loose chimps at the zoo

ROCK 107 WIRX

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 6:54


Radio Sweden
Life sentence for 18-year old, opposition want electricity cash for northern Sweden, Turkey extradition denied, chimps back in enclosure

Radio Sweden

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 2:29


A round-up of the main headlines in Sweden on December 19th, 2022. You can hear more reports on our homepage www.radiosweden.se, or in our app Sveriges Radio Play. Presenter: Simon LinterProducer: Kris Boswell

Radio Sweden
Cold snap leads to large electricity imports, Covid cases on the rise, update on escaped chimps, trains cheaper than flights

Radio Sweden

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 2:51


A round-up of the main headlines in Sweden on December 16th, 2022. You can hear more reports on our homepage www.radiosweden.se, or in our app Sveriges Radio Play. Presenter: Joshua WorthProducer: Kris Boswell

Radio Sweden
Chimps still on loose, government instructions to Migration Agency, confidential health info shared illegally, Swedes using cash less

Radio Sweden

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 2:41


A round-up of the main headlines in Sweden on December 15th, 2022. You can hear more reports on our homepage www.radiosweden.se, or in our app Sveriges Radio Play. Presenter: Joshua WorthProducer: Kris Boswell

Radio Sweden
Inflation climbs again, Sweden's EU presidency aims, escaped chimps shot dead, E18 motorway closure

Radio Sweden

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 2:03


A round-up of the main headlines in Sweden on December 14th, 2022. You can hear more reports on our homepage www.radiosweden.se, or in our app Sveriges Radio Play. Presenter: Dave RussellProducer: Kris Boswell

oh brother
uncanny valley chimp

oh brother

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022


Very unfunProgram practice weekNO window update 6th graders don't know how to make paper airplanesUse a glossaryKC ZooUncanny valley of chimps in the ozarksBrandon's trip to CanadaNo sea turtles allowedGravy is an option!Brandon received…an Ukrainian cookbookhttps://www.ohbrotherpodcast.com/episodes/ukraine-week?rq=UkraineCheck out our other episodes: ohbrotherpodcast.comFollow us on InstagramCheck us out on Youtube

Dang Like Daily
Ep: 27 Choke The Chimp

Dang Like Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 85:09


In Episode 27, the Dang Gang and Katie are back and at it again! Talking about everything from Pumpkin Spice to Midget Porn and everything in between (the cheeks).  Dive into the minds of these Bastards. It's a scary place but a whole lotta fun!Send comments to danglikedaily@gmail.comShow TimelinePumpkin Spice- :32Shrimp Chips- 3:19Fight a Chimp or Chicken- 5:42Guys Need To Fight- 9:43Day Dream- 16:22Death Penalty- 19:36Pick a Killer- 21:56Analyze Drew- 28:40I'm a Dick Story- 34:38Liars- 37:25Turn Ons- 45:08Racial Kindness- 55:29Mormon/Midget Porn- 1:09:20Thighs & Ass- 1:13:08Caught Sex- 1:14:40Wet Dreams....- 1:19:14Intro Music by:  Pleasure Pete  Song: Level 87Outro Music by: S.Mouse (Angry Boys Show)

Sets N Reps Podcast
BODYBUILDER VS CHIMP WHO WINS? | SETS N REPS EP.37

Sets N Reps Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 58:06


Comedians Nick Simmons and Logan Quiroz talk fitness, what animal do you have the best chance of surviving with in a room and 3 new natty or nots you guys requested! #setsnreps #comedy #fitness #bodybuilding #animals New Merch!!! https://bgfdesignsnyc.com/search?q=sets+and+reps&type=product Follow us on social media Nick: NotNickSimmons Logan: LoganJquiroz --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ben0000/support

Longer Tables with José Andrés
Jane Goodall: Chimps have a food culture, too. Plus José's fave holiday dessert.

Longer Tables with José Andrés

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 39:22


Jane Goodall changed the way we see the natural world. But did you know that she also discovered that chimps, like humans, have a food culture, passed down from generation to generation? Jane talks chimps, plus food's role in memory and conservation--and delivers a special chimpanzee greeting from the animal kingdom. Plus, José cooks and answers listeners questions. Get full access to Longer Tables with José Andrés at joseandres.substack.com/subscribe

At The Disney Movies With the Harts
The Barefoot Executive

At The Disney Movies With the Harts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 52:56


This week TV executives have gone bananas! They're Chimps!...but isn't that how they are anyways? Isn't this really a documentary?  We just got the Monkey's Uncle 2....JK... It's the Barefoot Exectutive from 1971. 

This Week in Science – The Kickass Science Podcast

What is in the This Week in Science Podcast? This Week: Bat, Global Warming, Bird Weather, Floaters Vs Sinkers, Waste not, want not, Plant Memory, Baby Fish, Frogs, Chimps, Whales, Extinctions, Self-medicating Birds, Makeup, And Much More Science! Become a Patron! Check out the full episode of our science podcast on YouTube or Twitch. And, […] The post 23 November, 2022 – Episode 902 – Who's Thankful for Science? appeared first on This Week in Science - The Kickass Science Podcast.

Disturbingly Pragmatic with Dave and Paul
Groom Shows Up to Wedding in a Casket, Woman's Rag Doll Husband Cheats On Her, and "I Wish I Didn't Know" Friday Night Trivia Time!

Disturbingly Pragmatic with Dave and Paul

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 52:11


This Episode has EVERYTHING!It's got:Happy Black Friday!Paul's back pimple!Lots of contact lenses!Paul loves pimple popping! Dave does not!"Chucky" Season 2 was wild!Happy belated Thanksgiving, our American friends!"The Goonies" House up for sale!Potatoes with a side of white supremacy!Dave hates weddings!Groom shows up in casket! What a straight guy thing to do!What?!?! He's GAY?!?!Negatively viral!A wedding at a funeral!Rag doll cheats on his wife!Think of the CHILDREN!Marcello is horny!Chimps are sexy!The book "It" is...um...sexual!Pee is delicious!Dead senses!Dumb texts!Episode Links (In Order):Woman has multiple contact lenses removed!Devon Sawa's death scene in "Chucky" Season 2!Ronnie Vino - It's Friday Night!"The Goonies" House is up for sale!"A Christmas Story" House is up for sale!Man shows up to his wedding in a casket!Woman marries cheating rag doll!Dating a Magician!Music Credit!Opening Music Graciously Supplied By: https://audionautix.com/ Visit Our Patreon! Email Us Here: Disturbinglypragmatic@gmail.comWhere To Find Us!: Disturbingly Pragmatic Link Tree!

Knockouts and 3 Counts
From Philly to Thailand Katerine Corogenes talks her PFL Debut at Madison Square Garden

Knockouts and 3 Counts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 23:31


#PFLMMA #PFL #PFLWorldChampionship From Philly to Thailand we are joined buy Katherine Corogenes and we talk about her journey from chasing Chimps in Germany to making her debut for PFL this Friday for the Professional Fighters League at Madison Square Garden ! Brought to you by G3 Payroll Tax and Accounting https://www.facebook.com/G3Payroll and Michigan's Finest ! Use code KO3MF to receive 10 percent off you order ! (excludes featured items and Items on Sale ) mi-finest.com

The Dana & Parks Podcast
The Kansas chimp that took the world by storm. Hour 2 11/22/2022

The Dana & Parks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 36:10


The Literate ApeCast
Literate ApeCast Ep. 259—More Trump, More Wakanda, More Chris Evans!

The Literate ApeCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 72:11


The Chimps hold court about the possibility of another Trump presidency, the marvels of Marvel's “Wakanda Forever,” and a Rorschach that includes Chicago's The Hideout, the NYT's coverage of puberty blockers, and the joys of being Chris Evans. Also, a really terrible Sly Stallone impression.

Squiz Kids
Monday, November 21 - World Cup kicks off today; Kangaroos and Jillaroos on top of the world; the Year Sixers who gave back; and the chimp hug that stopped the world.

Squiz Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 10:37


Squiz Kids is an award-winning, free daily news podcast just for kids. Give us ten minutes, and we'll give you the world. A short podcast that gives kids the lowdown on the big news stories of the day, delivered without opinion, and with positivity and humour.   ‘Kid-friendly news that keeps them up to date without all the nasties' (A Squiz Parent)   This Australian podcast for kids easily fits into the daily routine - helping curious kids stay informed about the world around them.   Fun. Free. Fresh.    LINKS   Chimpanzee mum reunited with newborn - VIDEO https://www.theguardian.com/global/video/2022/nov/18/emotional-moment-chimpanzee-mother-reunited-with-her-baby-video    Newshounds Get started on our free media literacy resource for classrooms www.squizkids.com.au/newshounds   Squiz Kids + Lego ‘Build To Give' Christmas Campaign Help Lego give away Lego sets to families in need this Christmas.  Build something using Lego Share your creation to Instagram (a story or a post) Tag @ squizkids and #buildtogive We'll re-share your post on our Instagram, and on December 9, reveal just how generous Squiz Kids are …    Squiz Kids For Schools - Classroom Activities tied to the podcast Sign up for a 30-day free trial at squizkids.com.au   Stay up to date with us on our Squiz Kids Instagram!   Got a birthday coming up and you want a shout-out? Complete the form on our Squiz Kids website. Link: SHOUT OUTS or / send us an email at squizkids@thesquiz.com.au  

Crash & Flow Podcast
Episode 366 - 17% of Americans think they can fight a chimp and win?!

Crash & Flow Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 61:19


Dave Chappelle's SNL monologue • Overconfident Americans think they can fight grizzlies, lions, & wolves • Michael Chandler fishhooks Dustin Poirier Yasin & Syed are the hosts of the weekly Crash & Flow podcast. They talk about stand-up comedy, movies, TV shows, animals, relationships, travel, life, MMA, and whatever rabbit hole they recently fell into. Special guests often stop by the Toronto studio to chat as well

Cuentos para irse a Dormir
El Cuento de El Caldero de Oro

Cuentos para irse a Dormir

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 27:51


¿Sabéis que allá donde acaba el arcoiris, hay enterrado un tesoro? ¿Cómo que no? Pues vamos a descubrirlo, ¿nos acompañáis? AMIGUITOS CORREO ELECTRONICO cuentos.laraymanu@gmail.com María Campos nos envía un audio AUDIO MARIA CAMPOS Soy la madre de Maia Contardo. Recien hemos descubierto vuestro podcast y nos encanta escucharos al ir a la cama! Maia os envía este audio! AUDIO MAIA Felicidades por el programa! NOA nos envía un audio AUDIO NOA HAN ACERTADO Que bueno el cuento ampliado de Monkey Island...nos ha encantado. La canción es de la serie Chicho Terremoto... que os quedaría muy bien también con vuestros cuentos. Gracias por compartir. Chicho es un canijo, un canijo pequeñito, que llega muy alto, para hacer un buen tapón. Chicho terremoto, terremoto, terremoto, eres grande en una pista, tienes grande el corazoooooooooon. Chimpón 🤣🤣🤣 Mil besos de Alma, Luna y Dani. Soy Leo, de Tenerife, la respuesta al acertijo es Chicho Terremoto. Mi padre me ha contado que lo veía cuando era pequeño. vamos a haber,es la serio q hos pedimos!!!! es Chicho terremoto, !tres puntos colegaa! os manda un saludo Erik y Fabiola desde Sevilla Hola Lara y Manu soy Marco Y mí mamá Patri la adivinanza es CHICHO TERREMOTO Hola lara y Manu somos Asier,Ibai YNoelia.la adibinanca es la sde chicho terremoto.Nos gustaría que hicierais un cuento de genshin impact y de parte de mi hermano uno de Elmer. Una pregunta: ¿os gustan los mangas? A mí, Asier, me encantan. UN BESITO MUY GRANDE Hola somos Goya de 2 añitos, Mae de 10 y Nela de 43, la adivinanza es chicho terremoto y nos gustaría que hicierais un cuento de peppa pig SUPERHERMANOS La adivinanza es "Chicho terremoto" Hola Lara y Manu. Soy Curri de Sevilla, de cinco años. La adivinanza es Chicho Terremoto. Muchos besos. Hola, somos Henar y David desde Cáceres, hacía mucho que nos mandábamos un saludito, pero siempre estamos ahí escuchando. La adivinanza es fácil para el papi, Chicho Terremoto, que aunque no me gustaba mucho, era muy comentada en la época. Muchos beso SALUDITOS Ya os echábamos de menos 🙃 Somos Julia y Vera de 11 y 8 y nos gustaría que contaseis algo sobre Mafalda. Si no la conocéis (me extrañaría que no la conocierais) es un chica muy mona que sale en una serie y en algunos cómics. Saluditos 👋🏻👋🏻 hola, nos encantan vuestros cuentos!. ¿cuántos años tenéis cada uno? Hola me llamo Jesús y soy de Cantillana un pueblo de Sevilla podéis contar el cuento de el pirata garrapata MUCHOS BESOS!!! SOIS LOS MEJORES!!! Sois geniales vecinitos de Trescasas hola soi mar mencantan vuestros cuentos sos los megores Hola, Lara y Manu soy Alejandro de 9 años de sevilla la adivinanza no me la sé , me gustaría que icieran un cuento de piratas del Caribe y un cuento de AC/DC Buenas hemos visto muchos cuentos que ya no se pueden escuchar como este de los Goonies, ¿se podrán escuchar de nuevo o en alguna otra plataforma? gracias por vuestro trabajo. ANONIMO Os llevamos escuchando desde hace 4 años Hola Lara hola Manu soy Alba de 10 y me gustaría que hicierais un cuento de Bob Esponja. Gracias! Hola soy Iago!! Gracias por este nuevo capítulo!! Madre mía que ganas de escuchar el siguiente.. Besos hola soy Nacho me encantan vuestros cuentos me divierto mucho Hola!!Puedes aser in cuento de Hocus pocus?De Naike, Aria y Vivianna hola lara hola manu , soy martin de 9 años y os pido un cuento de depredador o de alien gracias Hola Lara y Manu me encantan nuestros cuentos 😃 los escucho desde 2 años Lara Manu podéis acer una peli de Pixels SOIS LOS MEJORES!!!! ME GUSTARÍA QUE CONTÉIS EL CUENTO DEL PIRATA GARRAPATA DESDE SEVILLA UN SALUDO DE JESÚS, Os quiero mucho sois los mejores y ¿De que se va a disfrazar LARA? Yo de zombi.😘😘😘😘😘😘😘 No saquéis de Harry Potter seguidos porfa esque no me gustan y solo sacáis cada 2 semanas Por qué nunca habla Tami😅! HOLA!! Lo hacéis muy bien pero no me gusta tanto HARRY POTTER podeis la leerlo menos? Me parece muy bonita lectura así de Harry potter, una saga que leí de pequeño y que espero algún día leer de la misma manera que vosotros con mi hijo. Me resulta especialmente entrañable cuando en plena lectura se hacen consultas y aclaraciones. Enhorabuena. Por curiosidad, qué edad tiene? Hola 👋 Soy Jesús de Cantillana ya os hable hace tiempo . SOIS LOS MEJORES!!!!! Me gustaría que me animéis porque el sábado tengo mi primer partido de baloncesto. Gracias 😊 MUCHOS BESITOS 😘😘😘😘 Victor Gomez ahora sí, no estaba registrado, la saga de Star wars hola Laura i Manuel son mis cuentas tos fa boritos hola, soy Javier, de 6 años. os escucho desde q tenía 3 años. me gustaría un cuento de Optimus Prime. por si lo ponéis en vuestra lista 🙂 Gracias por publicar. A nosotros nos encanta Harry Potter. Y todo lo que publicáis.. Que se recupere pronto. Besazos. Iago de 8 años y sus papas Santi y Vanesa No pasa nada os entiendo. Podéis tardar todo lo que queráis. Y nosotros podemos escuchar pozcasts que ya allais subido, yo por ejemplo estoy escuchando Harry Potter y la piedra Filosofal otra vez. Vosotros tardar lo que queráis que Lara descanse y ya subiré is más tarde otras cosas. Paciencia y a recuperarse bien. Seguiremos estando pendiente a un nuevo cuento. un Saludo MAE COSTAS Cuando vais a hacer un cuento? Yo os recomiendo hacer el de Enola Holmes aparte acaba de salir en NETFLIX Hola soy otra vez Jesús perdonadme. SOIS LOS MEJORES DEL MUNDO 😋 os recomiendo la peli de Beba y Eva Muchos besitos 😘😙😘😙😘😘😘😘😘😘😘 Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

The Chimp and the Champ
CHIMP CHAT 3

The Chimp and the Champ

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 61:55


Today we sit and talk about things that are going on in the gym, and all things Chimp and Champ. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scott-farabaugh/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scott-farabaugh/support

Kottke Ride Home
Tue. 11/15 - Chimps––They're Just Like Us!

Kottke Ride Home

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 19:44


In what feels like the start of a riddle, egg prices are surging, but chicken prices are going down. Plus, it turns out chimps like to share cool stuff as much as some daily podcasters. And Artemis I is supposed to launch late tonight, but if this mysterious “space prophet” continues to be right, the launch might not happen until 2023.Sponsor:Rocket Money, Cancel your unnecessary subscriptions at RocketMoney.com/COOLLinks:Why egg prices are surging — but chicken prices are falling: It's an 'act of God' event, says trade strategist (CNBC)Do Chimps Share Cool Stuff Just for Fun? Uganda Forest Study Provides a Hint That They Might (Scientific American)Wild chimpanzees show others objects simply to share attention (University of York)The oracle who predicted SLS's launch in 2023 has thoughts about Artemis III (Ars Technica) How to Watch the Inaugural Launch of NASA's SLS Megarocket (Gizmodo)Artemis launch delay is the latest of many NASA scrubs and comes from hard lessons on crew safety (The Conversation)NASA Sets New Coverage for Artemis I Moon Mission Launch (NASA)Jackson Bird on TwitterSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

This Week in the CLE
Today in Ohio - Nov. 14, 2022 Is it politically incorrect to dress chimps as humans? American Greetings says yes

This Week in the CLE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 32:42


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Good Morning Alderaan presents: Wookiee of the Week
Ep. 57 - Anyone Else Notice Andy Serkis Still Runs Like a Chimp?

Good Morning Alderaan presents: Wookiee of the Week

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 56:57


Hey nerds! We're back with some news from Star Wars World about new shows coming up for us as well as a thematic review of Episode 10 of Andor. Mama Mia what's gonna happen next?? Check us out on Instagram @GoodMorningAlderaan for more spicy Star Wars news, updates and funny memes! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningalderaan/message

Inquisikids Daily
Who Was Ham the Chimp?

Inquisikids Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 4:41


Who Was Ham the Chimp? Join us today as we learn about the first living thing that NASA sent to space. Sources: https://allthatsinteresting.com/ham-the-chimp https://zoohistories.com/2018/12/19/ham-the-astrochimp/ Send us listener mail! Send an audio message: anchor.fm/inquisikids-daily/message Send an email: podcast@inquisikids.com

Creation Magazine LIVE Podcast
Chimp-Human DNA: Less similar than previously reported

Creation Magazine LIVE Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 26:14


Updated research shows much bigger differences between chimp and human DNA. The significant differences refute human evolution.

Golden Classics Great OTR Shows
Rocky Fortune 1953-12-15 (010) Companion to a Chimp

Golden Classics Great OTR Shows

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 24:44


Rocky Fortune is an American radio drama that aired weekly on NBC Radio beginning in October 1953. The series ended its run in March 1954 after 25 episodes. George Lefferts created the program. Frank Sinatra voiced the title role of Rocky Fortune for the entire series. Rocky Fortune aired Tuesday nights on NBC at 9:35 pm Eastern, immediately following Dragnet (and a five-minute John Cameron Swayze newscast). It was a sustaining series, meaning that NBC presented the program without corporate sponsorship. The premiere episode, "Oyster Shucker", originally aired on October 6, 1953. Listen to our radio station Old Time Radio https://link.radioking.com/otradio Listen to other Shows at My Classic Radio https://www.myclassicradio.net/ Podcast Service I Recommend https://redcircleinc.grsm.io/entertainmentradio7148 Remember that times have changed, and some shows might not reflect the standards of today's politically correct society. The shows do not necessarily reflect the views, standards, or beliefs of Entertainment Radio

Quirks and Quarks Complete Show from CBC Radio
Socializing between chimps and gorillas, deer and daylight savings, giant asteroid, aye-aye nose picking, Herzberg Gold medal and comet Shoemaker-Levy

Quirks and Quarks Complete Show from CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 54:11


Chimps and gorillas will seek out and socialize with each other in shared territory; Skipping the “fall back” and sticking with daylight saving would reduce vehicle/deer collisions; A crater in Africa was caused by an asteroid twice the size of the one that killed the dinosaurs; A nocturnal primate from Madacascar is the world-champion nose-picker; Canada's most prestigious science award goes to research on habitat fragmentation

Rossifari Podcast - Zoos, Aquariums, and Animal Conservation
BONUS EPISODE: The Rossifari Spooky Spectacular - Zombie Chimps Edition!

Rossifari Podcast - Zoos, Aquariums, and Animal Conservation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 14:54


Even though I'm super busy right now, I couldn't let another year go by without doing something fun on the pod to celebrate Halloween! So it is time for another Spooky Spectacular, this time as a mini-sode with Tiffany James of Zoo Knoxville and Sarah Lynn Bowser of The Oakland Zoo (more from her soon!). ROSSIFARI LINKS: www.rossifari.com patreon.com/rossifari @rossifari on social media @rossifaripod on TikTok 

World Wide Honeymoon Travel Podcast
Chimp Trekking in Uganda at Kibale National Park

World Wide Honeymoon Travel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 40:45


Uganda is famous for its mountain gorillas, but there is more to experience when it comes to wildlife in this country! In this podcast episode, we're talking about visiting the Primate Capital of the World: Kibale National Park for chimp trekking in Uganda. We'll talk about what to wear, the best time to visit, what to expect, and more!

Captain's Log
Episode 054: Travis The Chimp

Captain's Log

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 81:51


In this episode the boys discuss the inspiration behind one of the most terrifying and harrowing parts of Jordan Peele's NOPE, an event that has been described as the most violent domestic animal attacks in US history, the 2009 mauling of Charla Nash by the infamous Travis The Chimp.   Support The Show:  https://www.patreon.com/captainslogcast   https://venmo.com/J-Valle27   Follow The Show: https://twitter.com/CaptainsLogPod   https://www.instagram.com/captainslogpod/   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgZvyiWBoZ4wgUvkXMnFR3A?view_as=subscriber     Teepublic:  http://tee.pub/lic/-0QiaJySDjs   Serengtee:  https://www.serengetee.com/?rfsn=4800918.515b7a   Audible Trial: http://www.audibletrial.com/CaptainsLog   Mason's Redbubble:  https://www.redbubble.com/people/TinyMessiah/shop    Airbnb Link: https://www.airbnb.com/c/josev4213?s=67&shared_item_type=9&virality_entry_point=13   Research Material:  Travis the Menace Travis (chimpanzee) - Wikipedia Revisit the horror of Travis, the bloodthirsty chimpanzee – New York Daily News Travis, Tragedy and the Other Chimpanzees | Nonhuman Rights Project Officer Frank Chiafari on Fatally Shooting Travis the Chimp - The New York Times Inside Travis The Chimp's Gruesome Attack On Charla Nash The Story of Travis the Chimp | A Short Documentary | Fascinating Horror - YouTube   Additional Material Used In Show:  Chimp Attack 911 Call - YouTube Vhs insert (Read Desc) - YouTube Nope 2022 : Chimp kills everyone on set scene HD - YouTube Chimps & Tools | National Geographic - YouTube Planet of the Apes I (1968) - Original Trailer - YouTube  

This Week in Science – The Kickass Science Podcast
Who Teaches You Science?

This Week in Science – The Kickass Science Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 116:44 Very Popular


What is in the This Week in Science Podcast? This Week: 2022 Nobel Prizes, Whale Shark Hunt, Scientists may rule themselves redundant via AI, Life Energy Origins, Dinosaur-killing asteroid, Fungal Cancers, Banana Beer, Safe Far LEDs, Chimps and Gorillas, Birds, It's Fat Bear Week!, California's painted ladies, Svante Pääbo Nobel Prize, New Electrodes!, What Is […] The post 05 October, 2022 – Episode 895 – Who Teaches You Science? appeared first on This Week in Science - The Kickass Science Podcast.

SONIC TALK Podcasts
Sonic TALK 731 - Playing Like a Chimp With Boxing Gloves - Osmose Demo, Teenage Record Factory, Hainbach Dials and viewer Questions

SONIC TALK Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 76:59


Guests Brie and Chris from BOOElectric.com  Gaz Williams - Producer, bassplayer, music technologist Sonic TALK preshow, ad free and much more Sonic benefit Patreon.com/sonicstate Video version on youtube: https://youtu.be/SyBL3ndVqw0 Sign up for iZotope's Music Production Suite Pro for 24.99 a month, or Producers Club for $19.99 a month, and you get access to the most up-to-date versions of our plug-ins as well as the latest features and updates as they are released. No upgrade fees. And, you can tap into iZotope's expert knowledge with exclusive product tutorials and videos on mixing, mastering, and more. Head over to iZotope.com now to get a 7-day free trial.   Babyaudio.com - save 15% on any purchases of their range of creative effect plugins, designed to add color and depth to your mixes. When checking out, use the code ST15  00:00:15 SHOW START 00:12:47 Expressive E Osmose Demo 00:23:22 AD: Babyaudio.com Save 15% with code ST15 00:25:00 Modal Filton Eurorack Filter 00:25:49 Sistema AI Synth 00:31:46 TE Record Factory 00:37:56 AD: iZotope Music Producers Club 00:44:14 Hainbach Dials 00:55:57 Modal Filton Eurorack Filter 00:56:01 JHVE asks  via - [irc] - QQ I think I asked about : Do people like DistroKid,my friend Jordan has just released this AI drum sound software https://tensorpunk.com/ and I asked about anybody using Midi Quest ? was it one of those Nick ? 00:59:13 Nick Howes asks  via - [youtube] - QQ What's the piece of gear people MOST regret selling? Jupiter 8/P5 for me 00:59:29 Nick Howes asks  via - [youtube] - QQ What's the piece of gear people MOST regret selling? Jupiter 8/P5 for me 01:04:39 Andrea Callea asks  via - [youtube] - QQ: on the other flip of the coin: what is THE single synth/gear you wouldn't never sell? for me is Deluge.   Where to Watch/Listen - We now stream the live show to Youtube Live, Facebook Live as well as at Sonicstate.com/live every Weds at 4pm UK time- please do join in. Preshow available on Twitch. You can also download the audio version from RSS FEED 

Lil Stinkers
Travis the Chimp

Lil Stinkers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 79:32


Chimpin' ain't easy, especially when you're taken from your monkey parents and you're forced to live in the home of Connecticut millionaires. Travis the Chimp lived like a child king until heartache, Xanax and a temper tantrum got the best of him and had him rip a lady's face off. Support us at patron.com/lilstinkers for early access to every episode, live episodes, live AMAs, Mini Stinkers episodes, book club meetings and all the other monkey business we get into. 

Chewing the Fat with Jeff Fisher
Ep 965 | That's What They Said…

Chewing the Fat with Jeff Fisher

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 42:25


How much is the reward?... Chimps for ransom… Jupiter will be close… Asteroid gonna get hit… Artemis called off… Hurricane Ian is comin… Depp Bidness with attorney… Rihanna doing Superbowl LVII… House of the Dragon… New Baldwin kid… Robin Wright Divorce… Ryan Bingham name change… Who Died Today: Louise Fletcher 88 / Dale McRaven 83 / Spirit Bear 2… Tortured with music…  Voices on the flight… How many have been destroyed?   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Fun Kids Science Weekly
Rockin' Drummer Chimps!

Fun Kids Science Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 24:39


Why are we friends with people who smell similar to us? Why haven't more animals evolved with trunks? And why is water transparent? All this and more is answered this week! We hear about a failed rocket launch, a terrifying creature in Dangerous Dan, and we have a brand new friend who loves planes and can't wait to chat to you in Amy's Aviation! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

No Disrespect
076 - Big Room Energy (Mo Mandel)

No Disrespect

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 84:47


Mo Mandel joins Mike Vecchione and together they discuss Mo's show "Comedy Knockout," preparing to have a baby and be a girl dad, Mo's wife wanting him to get a vasectomy, Mo and Mike both having a wrestling background, Nick Kyrgios' girlfriend Costeen Hatzi needing a drink during his tennis match, the chimp that escaped from the Ukrainian zoo, acupuncture being used to increase women's sex drive, men being happier in relationships when they're the funnier one, the family who through a satanic themed first birthday party, the Staten Island ice cream truck driver accused to abducting a 10 year old, the 77 year old woman attacked by an alligator, Sylvester Stallone covering up the tattoo of his wife and so much more!(Air Date: September 8th, 2022)Support our sponsors:RockAuto.com - Check out Rock Auto for every auto part at the best price! And tell them Mike Vecchione Investigates sent you!YoDelta.com - Use promo code: Gas to get 25% off!Submit your own video investigation to MikeVecchioneInvestigates@gmail.comYou can watch Mike Vecchione Investigates LIVE for FREE every Thursday at 3pm ET at GaSDigitalNetwork.com/LIVEOnce you're there you can sign up at GaSDigitalNetwork.com with promo code: MVI for a 7-day FREE trial with access to every No Disrespect and Mike Vecchione Investigates episode show ever recorded! On top of that you'll also have the same access to ALL the shows that GaS Digital Network has to offer!Follow the whole show on social media!Mo MandellTwitter: https://twitter.com/MoMandelInstagram: https://instagram.com/TheRealMoMandelMike VecchioneTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/comicmikevInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/comicmikevWebsite: https://www.comicmikev.comShannon LeeTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/imshannonleeInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/shannonlee6982GaS Digital NetworkTwitter: https://twitter.com/gasdigitalInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/gasdigital/See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Holmberg's Morning Sickness
09-07-22 - Transitional/Flakey Fans - John's Lamar Jackson Hatred - Chimp Escapes Ukraine Zoo Rides Bike Back When Found - Erin Moriarty From The Boys Sounds Off On Rude Online Commenters - Mixed Race Marriage Theory

Holmberg's Morning Sickness

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 49:29