The CPG Guys are joined in this episode by Hailey Swartz, co-founder of Actual Veggies, a manufacturer of chef-crafted, fresh & refrigerated burgers that celebrate vegetables instead of trying to mask them.Follow Hailey Swartz on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/haileyswartz/Follow Actual Veggies on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/actual-veggies/Follow Actual veggies online at: https://actualveggies.com/ Hailey answers these questions:1) Hailey, your career has some elite brands in your background but you decided to be an entrepreneur. Take us through the years at AOL. Alibaba, to co-founding strata - and now as Co-CEO & Co-founder of Actual Veggies. What advice would you give to someone early in their career in this space seeking to follow in your footsteps from corporate to entrepreneurship?2) How did Actual veggies get founded - tell us about your co-founder and how you split your two roles? What is the role of education and content in the brands mission?3) As a female leader trying to grow and compete with giants in the food space, how does your everyday thinking go - what drives you and what constitutes success? How do you interact with retail everyday?4)Take us through the portfolio of choices a consumer has with you. What makes each product unique and why is it better than the rest available in supermarkets and online?5) Hailey, your career has some elite brands in your background but you decided to be an entrepreneur. Take us through the years at AOL. Alibaba, to co-founding strata - and now as Co-CEO & Co-founder of Actual Veggies. What advice would you give to someone early in their career in this space seeking to follow in your footsteps from corporate to entrepreneurship?6) How did Actual veggies get founded - tell us about your co-founder and how you split your two roles? What is the role of education and content in the brands mission?7) As a female leader trying to grow and compete with giants in the food space, how does your everyday thinking go - what drives you and what constitutes success? How do you interact with retail everyday?8) Take us through the portfolio of choices a consumer has with you. What makes each product unique and why is it better than the rest available in supermarkets and online?CPG Guys Website: http://CPGguys.comFMCG Guys Website: http://FMCGguys.comCPG Scoop Website: http://CPGscoop.comNextUp Website: http://NextUpisnow.org/cpgguysRetailWit Website: http://retailwit.comDISCLAIMER: The content in this podcast episode is provided for general informational purposes only. By listening to our episode, you understand that no information contained in this episode should be construed as advice from CPGGUYS, LLC or the individual author, hosts, or guests, nor is it intended to be a substitute for research on any subject matter. Reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by CPGGUYS, LLC. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. CPGGUYS LLC expressly disclaims any and all liability or responsibility for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential or other damages arising out of any individual's use of, reference to, or inability to use this podcast or the information we presented in this podcast.
Red light therapy is all the buzz...and for good reason! We were so thrilled to have Dr. Alyson Evans, Co-CEO at Fringe on to answer all your burning questions on red light! Learn what red light actually is, why you should utilize it as part of your wellness routing, common conditions and symptoms it can help treat, and how to use it in your home! Want to try out red light for yourself? We don't blame you! Click here to purchase your own red light panel or wrap (or both!) As always, if you love the pod, please pop in and leave us a review, we greatly appreciate it!
Description:Joining the show today is Johnathan Bonnell, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Wholly Veggies, a company making it fun and easy to love your veggies with delicious veggie-forward meals and snacks inspired by restaurants around the world! Nothing can truly prepare you for the stress, hard work, and curveballs that come with being an entrepreneur, but as today's guest has learned, sometimes the challenges that life throws at you can give you the training you need to trust you can make it through anything. Lee talk's with Johnathan about his upbringing in Canada, some of the financial challenges his family faced growing up, and how his mother losing her job while he was in college shaped his outlook and influenced his path to entrepreneurship. Johnathan also shares how his varied work experience — from working as a garbage man during college to taking on various roles in advertising — influenced his entrepreneurial journey, so be sure to tune in to hear it all!Exclusive Deals from Our Sponsors:AWESOME CX by Transcom provides high touch, personalized customer experience services to consumer brands of any size! Email Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about their award-winning services and Awesome Coffee Chats. In This Episode You'll Hear About:• [02:56] Johnathan's upbringing in Canada, the financial difficulties his family experienced, and his early immersion in nature and the concept of sustainability.• [04:30] The devastating news of his mother losing her job while he was in college, its impact on him, and the turning point it represented in Johnathan's life.• [12:31] Johnathan's experience working as a garbage man through college and what he learned about the industry.• [17:17] What motivated Johnathan to work in the UK after college and how the recession forced him to move back to Canada.• [23:50] The companies that Johnathan worked for while pursuing his advertising career and the events that gave him a much broader understanding of running a business.• [29:09] How Johnathan and his partner first got the idea for Wholly Veggies and his desire to build a business that would positively impact the world.• [35:24] The research behind Wholly Veggies' recipes, how their products have evolved over the years, and the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic had on their business.• [40:42] Johnathan's advice on when to start talking to an investment bank about helping you fundraise for your business and why it's so important to find balance as an entrepreneur.• [51:53] The story behind the name ‘Wholly Veggies', an overview of the rebranding they did in 2021, and what their plans are for 2024.To Find Out More:Johnathan Bonnell on LinkedInWholly VeggieCritical MassSid LeeTruth, Lies, and Advertising: The Art of Account PlanningParty LandLee Greene on LinkedInStairway to CEOStairway to CEO on InstagramQuotes:“I never wanted to be in a position where someone else can pull out the rug from underneath me. If anyone's going to do it, it's going to be me. I'd rather go out that way. So that was my first feeling of needing control with my destiny.” [0:05:32]“There's always someone smarter than you in the room, but I knew I could outwork people.” [0:10:22]“I knew what work ethic came down to a mental challenge, and how far you're willing to take the pain.” [0:10:27]“My job was, I'd have to walk up and down a section of downtown with a bag and a broom and just sweep trash.” [0:13:29]“It was terrible as a college kid, on a Friday night finishing your shift at 10pm smelling like garbage.” [0:13:52]“We work for a company that is personally responsible for destroying our planet. What if we could find a way to do something more positive? What if we could take all this hard work, all this learning, and apply it to something that can make the world a better place?” [0:30:32]“Being a vegetarian product, we were always getting this hate from people about not being fully vegan.” [0:34:40]“I really wish it was possible for founders to almost go through a mock investment banking process earlier in your journey, because it really pokes holes [in] all aspects of your business.” [0:41:47]“You can burn a lot of time, a lot of energy on the wrong product, [and] discover that too late in your journey.” [0:46:19]“Once you start scaling, it's really hard to come back from that, because you're already hitting critical mass with your retailers or distributors.” [0:46:37]“Find a way to reassess the business from an outsider's perspective, I would say, every six months.” [0:46:55]
Ed Perry and Rosie Brown are the Co-CEOs in charge of high-end ready meal company, COOK. Their USP is using the same ingredients and methods a normal person would use in their kitchens to create ready meals that actually feel home-cooked. A company run by Co-CEOs is pretty unusual but Ed and Rosie are especially unusual because they're also brother and sister. Ed co-founded the company with Dale Penfold in 1997. His sister Rosie Brown joined the company soon after and then became Co-CEO in 2018. They've steered the company through tough times like the cost of living crisis and credit crunch which took the company to the edge of bankruptcy. Now, COOK's products are available in 850 stores across the UK not including the 94 COOK shops and turnover is £100 million. Just like a great recipe, Rosie believes COOK's success is down to a number of high-quality ingredients like strong principles, valuing people properly and the influence of faith. Yup, faith. For instructions on how to prepare, put your headphones and turn the volume up to 8... --------------- We'd love your feedback email@example.com --------------- Sponsor links: evelyn.com/secretleaders/ vorboss.com/secretleaders personio.com/secretleaders vanta.com/secretleaders
Michael McFall, co-CEO and co-founder of Biggby Coffee, joins the podcast to discuss “Grow: Take Your Business From Chaos to Calm.” In his second book, Mike continues the story of his career arc from minimum wage barista to cofounder to organizational leader. The pages reveal the core learnings he picked up along the way about creating the environment needed for sustained commercial success. Mike shared his thoughts on leadership, business, and the conscious capitalism mentality needed to evolve a company from the startup grind to sustainability. Inside the ICE House: https://www.theice.com/insights/conversations/inside-the-ice-house
Fostering Conversations with Utah Foster Care
Trigger Warning: This episode contains subjects that may be upsetting to some. Please use discretion. Every child deserves to grow up in a safe and loving environment, especially those in foster care who have already experienced trauma and displacement. However, queer kids in foster care face unique challenges and are often more vulnerable than their heterosexual and cisgender counterparts. It is essential for us as a society to recognize and address these challenges, and most importantly, to show up for queer kids in foster care by providing them with the support, understanding, and acceptance they need to thrive. Research has shown that LGBTQ kids who have support from caring adults are more likely to succeed academically, have higher self-esteem, and experience lower rates of substance abuse and suicide. By showing up for these children, we can significantly improve their long-term outcomes and set them on a path toward success. Our guest this month, Jonathan Foulk, Co-CEO of the Utah Pride center shares his heartbreaking story of growing up queer in foster care. For more resources: Utah Pride Center Safe Home Pledge Mama Dragons Want to learn more about becoming a Foster Parent?
Leash reactivity (lunging and barking at dogs and people) is one of the most common issues people come to us for help with, and so many of our clients experience a ton of judgment and disparaging comments from other dog owners when out on walks. People ASSUME things about them and about their dog, based on that reactivity; "What's Wrong with that dog?" or "Why does their owner allow them to keep doing that?", or "They should really get some training". In this episode we discuss why these assumptions can be exceedingly incorrect, and how you (with your non-reactive dog) may be contributing to the issue.Whether you have a leash reactive dog or not, this episode is for you.Guests:- Ella Tirado (she/her/hers) CPDT-KA is a Certified Trainer at INSTINCT Hudson Valley.- Jessica Wheatcraft (she/her/hers) CDBC, Founder of INSTINCT San Diego- Jenna Slutzky (she/her/hers) KPA-CTP is a Certified Trainer with INSTINCT Nashville.Hosts Brian Burton (he/him/his) and Sarah Fraser (she/her/hers) are Co-Founders and Co-CEOs of INSTINCT Dog Behavior & Training. Both are Certified Dog Behavior Consultants and have Master's degrees in Animal Behavior from Hunter College/CUNY.INSTINCT has 11 locations across the US and services the global community via virtual consults. Over 20,000 students have also taken courses at INSTINCT's online school (with many free courses available): Learn more at https://www.instinctdogtraining.com/INSTINCT Resources:Online School https://onlineschool.instinctdogtraining.comFree Monthly Seminars (Puppy Parenting Roadmap, Rescue Dog Roadmap, Behavior Roadmap): https://www.instinctdogtraining.com/seminars/Youtube Version of the Episode (video): https://youtu.be/rIlq0D_sa34
Bootstrapping Your Dreams Show
Susan, the Co-CEO and Co-Founder of RadiusAI, stands proudly among the 2% of tech startups that have a female founder, as revealed by a study conducted by Work Bench. As a leading figure in the computer vision artificial intelligence industry, Susan's company focuses on human-centric AI, utilizing computer vision to empower frontline workers in the retail and healthcare sectors for enhanced job efficiency. The enterprise clients that RadiusAI collaborates with benefit from improved top and bottom-line results.Having started her entrepreneurial journey at the remarkable age of eleven, Susan's passion for business runs deep within her DNA. Her weekly podcast, "Raw and Real Entrepreneurship," invites influential guests like Dave Asprey, founder of the Bulletproof group of companies, and Emily Hochman, founder of Wellory and a Forbes Top 30 Under 30 honoree, to share candid insights on starting, scaling, and growing a business.With a wealth of experience spanning decades, Susan has worked with numerous companies to build successful sales teams, contributing to generating nearly $2 billion in revenue collectively. As a professional speaker, she is dedicated to empowering audiences to think differently about entrepreneurship, fundraising, and life management.As a female leader in the technology sector, Susan's mission revolves around empowering women. She runs an incubator called Fem Boss, aimed at helping women transform their ideas into tech companies. For more information, visit www.fembossincubator.com.Susan's impressive credentials include being a tech investor, best-selling author, podcast host, and sought-after professional speaker. She has shared the stage with renowned figures such as Tony Robbins, Jack Canfield, and Mel Robbins. Susan has made appearances on notable media outlets, including CNN, CNBC, Fox, Lifetime Television, The CBN, and The Morning Show in Australia. Her insights have been featured in Marketwatch, Yahoo Finance, Reddit, and Forbes. Susan is a member of the Forbes Business Council and has authored seven books. Her collaboration with NY Times Best Selling Author Jack Canfield resulSupport the showFollow me on Facebook ⬇️https://www.facebook.com/manuj.aggarwal❤️ ID - Manuj Aggarwal■ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/manujaggarwal/ ■ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/realmanuj■ Instagram: ...
Join Susan Sly in this interview with Ken Babcock, the Co-Founder and CEO of Tango, a company that captures step-by-step processes and turns them into interactive walkthroughs. Ken shares his experience as a startup founder and CEO, shedding light on the challenges and responsibilities of the role. He highlights three key aspects of his role: hiring and retaining the best talent, ensuring the company's financial stability, and effectively communicating the company's story internally and externally. The discussion delves into the dynamics of venture investing and the impact of economic uncertainties on raising funds. Ken reveals how the fundraising market has become more challenging, with increased scrutiny from investors. He discusses the importance of storytelling and confidently conveying the company's vision to attract potential investors. About Ken: Ken Babcock is the Co-founder and CEO of Tango, which takes the pain out of documenting processes by automatically generating how-to guides while you work. His company has grown to nearly 300,000 users and 35 full-time team members. Tango's been recognized as a finalist for Product Hunt's Product of the Year, Google's 12 Favorite Chrome Extensions of 2022, and Fast Company's Next Big Things in Tech for 2022. Tango has raised $19.7M in venture capital funding to-date. Connect With Ken: Website https://tango.us Linkedin Tango @trytango Linkedin Ken @kenbabcock Twitter @Tango_HQ TikTok: @trytango About Susan: Susan Sly is the Co-founder and Co-CEO of RadiusAI, a tech investor, best-selling author, keynote speaker, entrepreneur, and host of the highly acclaimed podcast – Raw and Real Entrepreneurship. Susan has appeared on CNN, CNBC, Fox, Lifetime Television, The CBN, The Morning Show in Australia and been quoted in MarketWatch, Yahoo Finance, Forbes, and more. She holds Certificates in Management and Leadership, Technology and Operations, and Strategy and Innovation from MIT. Susan is the author of 7 books. Her book project with NY Times Best Selling Author, Jack Canfield, made six Amazon Best Selling lists. Connect With Susan: Twitter @Susanslylive Twitter @rawandrealentr1 LinkedIn @susansly Facebook @susanslylive Website https://susansly.com/ Join the Raw and Real Entrepreneurship Community https://www.facebook.com/groups/rawandrealentrepreneurs Join Susan's Insider's List https://susansly.com/insider/
Description:In this episode, Lee is joined by Megan Klein, Founder and CEO of Little Saints, a sugar-free, functional, nonalcoholic beverage company that has ditched the spirits in favor of the spiritual. Megan's career journey began in the field of environmental law but her curious, independent, rebellious nature (and her aversion to fighting) led her down the entrepreneurial path. Today, she shares what she learned from the successes and failures she experienced while working in the vertical farming space, how the inspiration for Little Saints came to her during the pandemic, and why she has made spirituality and her belief in the power of feminine energy (i.e. trusting your intuition) foundational elements of her business.Exclusive Deals from Our Sponsor:AWESOME CX by Transcom provides high touch, personalized customer experience services to consumer brands of any size! Email Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about their award-winning services and Awesome Coffee Chats. In This Episode, You'll Hear About:• [02:58] The entrepreneurial qualities that were evident in Megan from a young age.• [06:47] Some of the many jobs she had throughout her life: from frying mozzarella sticks to corporate law to environmental research.• [12:54] Why she took her passion for the environment into the realm of business.• [14:34] Where Megan's obsession with vertical farming originated, how she found her way into this sector, and how she worked her way up to being president of FarmedHere.• [19:06] How Megan and her team turned the failure of FarmedHere into a success story.• [21:55] The gap in the non-alcoholic drinks market that inspired Megan to found Little Saints.• [28:34] What plant spirit medicine is and how she has incorporated it into Little Saints.• [34:26] The three functional ingredients found in each of the Little Saints Plant Magic Mocktails and how these drinks differ from others in the functional non-alcohol category.• [41:20] How Megan has used money astrology to guide her decision-making.• [45:25] The role that intuition plays in her approach to funding and running Little Saints. To Find Out More:Little SaintsMegan Klein on LinkedInMegan Klein on TwitterMegan Klein on InstagramLee Greene on LinkedInStairway to CEOStairway to CEO on InstagramAwesomeCXQuotes:“I'm just really curious. I think it's the quality that makes you a good entrepreneur.” [0:03:24]“I wouldn't say that I found my passion until well after 30.” [0:08:04]“I started to see that business was a great way to be an environmentalist because you could create products or be part of a team helping people think differently about the environment, helping people love plants in a certain way. That is the direction I wanted to go in.” [0:14:11]“The failure of a business ended up being the birthplace of a business that is really sustainable and continues to grow.” [0:19:06]“I was a wellness entrepreneur during the day and then an alcohol drinker at night. I started to see how that was [counterintuitive].” [0:22:10]“Sugar-free, functional, and scent; that's what I went to my formulation team with.” [0:27:51]“The premise of plant spirit medicine is that plants are all living beings and if we interact with them with intention, then they can have a reciprocal relationship with us and give us what we need.” [0:28:48]“We're the first functional non-alcoholic drink to call out a single adaptogen ingredient with how many milligrams of something it has in it.” [0:35:13]“My goal is to share Little Saints with as many people as possible and spread joy through that.” [0:41:24]“We talk a lot about feminine energy on team Little Saints and that just means being able to trust your intuition.” [0:46:08]
For the past several decades, dog owners have been inundated with messages that we need to be a "pack leader" or "alpha" with our dogs. Those specific terms imply that we need to take a power position by actively asserting dominance over our dogs in our daily lives. So is all of this really necessary? Do dogs need leadership from us? And if so, what does that actually look like?Guests:- Ayelet Berger (she/her/hers) CDBC is a Certified Behavior Consultant and Co-Owner with INSTINCT Nashville.- Taylor Snead (they/them) CBCC-KA, is a Certified Behavior Consultant at INSTINCT Portland (Oregon)Hosts Brian Burton (he/him/his) and Sarah Fraser (she/her/hers) are Co-Founders and Co-CEOs of INSTINCT Dog Behavior & Training. Both are Certified Dog Behavior Consultants and have Master's degrees in Animal Behavior from Hunter College/CUNY.INSTINCT has 11 locations across the US and services the global community via virtual consults. Over 19,000 students have also taken courses at INSTINCT's online school (with many free courses available): Learn more at https://www.instinctdogtraining.com/INSTINCT Resources:Online School https://onlineschool.instinctdogtraining.comFree Monthly Seminars (Puppy Parenting Roadmap, Rescue Dog Roadmap, Behavior Roadmap): https://www.instinctdogtraining.com/seminars/Youtube Version of the Episode (video): https://youtu.be/i2L_UB1c29U
How often do we really think about what we think about? Research says we have thousands of thoughts every day. Many are unhelpful and determine how we feel and respond to things! Join Rusanne Carole as she explores the importance of meditating on God's Word. It is alive and holds the power to give us abundant life no matter what we face in our world! **** Welcome to Celebrating God's Grace, a Women World Leader's Podcast, where each Friday we talk about God's grace and share how good He is and how we can encourage each other in our journey. Don't forget to join us each Monday where our founder & Co-CEO, Kimberly Hobbs, interviews women from all over the world – women of God who have a story to share – and how God has shown up in their life. And Wednesdays, where our Co-CEO and Bible Teacher, Julie Jenkins, brings us a study of God's Word and its application to our lives. Today, I felt called to chat about Meditating on God's Word. How often do we actually think about what we think about? We know that how we feel truly affects how we feel, even how we act or respond to things. But how hard is it sometimes to mediate on the good things, especially if we are walking through challenges and tough seasons in our lives. Studies vary about how many thoughts we have in any given day but there is agreement there are thousands! Studies also suggest that 70-80% of the thoughts we have daily are negative – and a high percentage are often the same repetitive thoughts as the day before! Thought Zapper. Thought Tracker The Bible specifically calls us to meditate on things that are wholesome, godly and of a righteous nature. (Philippians 4:8) TPT – “Keep your thoughts continually fixed on all that is authentic and real, honourable and admirable, beautiful and respectful, pure and holy, merciful and kind.” What are we allowing our minds to constantly focus on? What do we constantly find ourselves thinking about on an average day? In this text Apostle Paul exhorts us to develop a Christian thought life. But how do we do that? We prioritize it. We chose it. We pray to have it. We practice it. Daily.. and then again each day. If the Holy Spirit lives within us, we have the power through Him and the Word of God to change the way we think. Will it happen overnight? Will it be easy? I think we all know the answer to that, but we have been given the path for a changed mind. It's about deciding to embark upon the journey and remembering God sees your heart. The goodness of God, the Word of God and the work of Christ on the Cross are all rich subjects for us to meditate on. This is why David says in Psalm 77:12 (ESV) “I will ponder all your work and meditate on your mighty deeds.” Hebrews 4:12 tells us “For the word of God is alive and active. Sharper than any double-edged sword, it penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit, joints and marrow; it judges the thoughts and attitudes of the heart”. It has a power inherent to itself. Jesus likened the Word of God to seed in Matthew 13. Seed, like the Bible, is not dead, but living and it has the ability to bring forth more life abundantly. When is the last time you have simply meditating on what God has done? And read and pondered His Word in a particular area. I can find myself focusing on what I want God to do rather than spending time thinking about what He has done! At this time in my life, I would very much like to purchase a home for me and my youngest son to live in. He has additional needs and the security of a place of our own would bring me a lot of comfort, security, and peace. God knows this! I have a chose – to mediate and think things like: “Lord, will I ever find a place to buy that I can afford and will meet the requirements of my family? Father, it's so hard with the way things are now in the world – increase in prices, interest rates, etc” Of course, it's cool to bring all my concerns to him and have a REAL chat with him and all on my mind. But what would be better to do with my time and energy would be to meditate on His Word and promises and speak them over my life! I encourage you to do the same. Right now if you can pause the podcast, grab a pen & paper or your computer and write or type a negative thought or concern that is on your mind. It's the one that keeps popping in – invited or uninvited but it just keeps visiting the space on our daily thoughts. Will this child ever grow up be independent? What is going to happen to my child with the mental illness issues, the addiction, the anxiety? Is my marriage going to make it? The diagnosis is tough and I am in pain every day: physically, mentally and emotionally. I'm finding it difficult to find a job? A friend? I encourage you to find Scripture on a subject you might find your mind may go to the negative vs the positive. For example, if it's your future you are worried about find Scripture on God's promises about not worrying and how He has a good plan and purpose for your life – to focus on today and not too far ahead and certainly not in the past but on the here & now. I have yet to have a concern and not be able to find a promise and good Word on the subject that may be filling my head with things He would not have me focused on. Don't we love and serve a God that thought of everything! Praise Him. Let us pray: Lord, thank you for your Word. Powerful, true, alive! There is nothing in Your Word that would ever bring anything but life, abundant life. Let us have a new and fresh desire to read Your Word, to study Your Word, to believe Your Word. Let it penetrate our heart and mind. Allow what we read to be like seeds planted deep down in the soil of our hearts and soul to be watered and nurtured to bring a harvest in our lives and others around us. Teach us. Correct us. Show us the beautiful mysteries and wisdom behind all that Your Word has for us and our lives. Amen Thank you for listening to WWL's podcast. Join us each Monday, Wednesday and Friday as we explore together God's extravagant love & your courageous purpose. Visit our website at www.womenworldleaders.com to submit a prayer request, register for an upcoming event, and support the ministry. From His heart to yours, we are WWL. All content is copyrighted by WWL and cannot be used without written consent.
Andy Chatham is the Founder and Co-CEO of DIMO. DIMO = Digital Infrastructure for Moving Objects. DIMO helps you get more from driving, saves you money, and teaches you how to better take care of your vehicles. You'll contribute to a future where driving apps work for vehicle owners, not the companies that build them—simply by sharing your data.
Inspired by humble beginnings, join Susan Sly and her guest Pratik Thakker on the Raw and Real Entrepreneurship Podcast to discover how he landed in Israel as a janitor and turned his dreams into a reality. From starting in a cyber café to being a successful entrepreneur and founder, you will be amazed to hear about his entrepreneurial journey and what it took to build a successful enterprise. They will cover every aspect, from his hiring needs for his customers to how he overcame failure. Plus, hear his advice on how to be successful in business, plus his go-to strategy for staying calm when things get stressful. Join this episode to listen to the inspiring story of a now-successful entrepreneur. About Pratik: Pratik Thakker is a digital and tech entrepreneur based in Israel, who has gained immense recognition as Israel's Tech Ambassador to India and Israel's #1 LinkedIn influencer with a staggering 200K followers. As the Founder and CEO of INSIDEA, he has been revolutionizing the global hiring process by assisting companies in recruiting remote talent across various domains. Pratik's contributions to the industry have earned him numerous awards, including the Indian Achiever's Award and a spot on the Times 40 under 40 list. Connect with Pratik: LinkedIn @pratik-thakker Facebook @MrPratikThakker Twitter @MrPratikThakker Instagram @mrpratikthakker INSIDEA's Social Media Links: LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/insidea/ Facebook @InsideaOfficial Twitter @InsideaOfficial About Susan: Susan Sly is the Co-founder and Co-CEO of RadiusAI, a tech investor, best-selling author, keynote speaker, entrepreneur, and host of the highly acclaimed podcast – Raw and Real Entrepreneurship. Susan has appeared on CNN, CNBC, Fox, Lifetime Television, The CBN, The Morning Show in Australia and been quoted in MarketWatch, Yahoo Finance, Forbes, and more. She holds Certificates in Management and Leadership, Technology and Operations, and Strategy and Innovation from MIT. Susan is the author of 7 books. Her book project with NY Times Best Selling Author, Jack Canfield, made six Amazon Best Selling lists. Connect With Susan: Twitter @Susanslylive Twitter @rawandrealentr1 LinkedIn @susansly Facebook @susanslylive Website https://susansly.com/ Join the Raw and Real Entrepreneurship Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/rawandrealentrepreneurs Join the Insider's List: https://susansly.com/insider/
Description:Today, Lee sits down with Alec Jaffe, Founder and CEO of Alec's Ice Cream, the world's first and only regenerative agriculture-verified and USDA-certified organic ice cream made using 100% gut-friendly A2 dairy. Alec gives us a glimpse into his background, from surfing in Laguna Beach as a child to playing football at USC with a dream of going pro before a shoulder injury shifted his career ambitions and led him to a job in corporate sponsorship for AEG Worldwide. You'll gain some insight into his experience of working at a tech startup, what motivated his decision to start a delicious and sustainable ice cream brand, and the challenges he faced in finding an organic dairy supplier. We also dive into retail strategy, fundraising, and the importance of staying focused, plus so much more! To learn more about driving change in your industry, the value of patience, and what it takes to get your product on shelves, be sure to tune in today.Exclusive Deals from Our Sponsors:• AWESOME CX by Transcom provides high touch, personalized customer experience services to consumer brands of any size! Email Lee at email@example.com to learn more about their award-winning services and Awesome Coffee Chats. In This Episode You'll Hear About:• [02:39] Alec's childhood in California and his first taste of entrepreneurship.• [10:57] How his almost-pro athletic journey demonstrates Alec's perseverance and drive.• [14:04] The shoulder injury that led him to the corporate world (and what he learned there).• [21:15] What working in a tech startup taught him about failure, focus, and being a founder.• [24:34] Why Alec decided to build a sustainable ice cream brand that tastes good too.• [30:23]Regenerative agriculture, A2 dairy, sourcing an organic dairy supplier, and more.• [42:37] The complexities of running a retail business while driving change in the industry.• [49:07] Advice for getting your product on shelves: think about the retail buyer!To Find Out More:Alec's Ice CreamAlec Jaffe on LinkedInAlec Jaffe on TwitterLee Greene on LinkedInStairway to CEOStairway to CEO on InstagramAWESOME CX by TranscomQuotes:“I maybe had one or two lemonade stands, but I wasn't the kid with the lemonade stand on the corner every single weekend!” — @alecjaffe [0:07:35]“Seeing how my athletic journey transitions to what I'm doing now demonstrates so much perseverance and hustle and willingness to overcome all the obstacles put in my way.” — @alecjaffe [0:10:29]“At AEG, I got to deal with [how to] grow businesses and also work with clients and people who were way older than me and expected me to be on top of my game.” — @alecjaffe [0:19:56]“Focus is in everything that we're doing as far as who is our customer target? — What retailers do we want to sell our product in? We don't want to be everywhere all at once to start with. What is the product? Does this match the vision for what we want the product to be? Being really clear about that is the biggest thing that I've learned and then, on top of that, create a really amazing product.” — @alecjaffe [0:22:36]“There is a cool opportunity to create an amazing-tasting ice cream that also talks about sustainability and uses really great ingredients because nobody is doing that.” — @alecjaffe [0:29:25]“I wanted to create an ice cream that didn't have to sacrifice flavor for sustainability. It would be an additive experience where, because of the sustainable ingredients, you're actually creating a better product.” — @alecjaffe [0:30:09]“Finding an organic dairy supplier]allowed us to further our mission in a way that I didn't even know was possible through regenerative agriculture and also added a cool component with the digestion benefit through A2 dairy.” — @alecjaffe [0:34:11]“One of the bigger challenges in the regenerative space is creating a market for regenerative products.” — @alecjaffe [0:45:23]“How is this product going to be better for the shopper, for the consumer? Of course, your product needs to answer that question, but a lot of people don't think about how their product helps the retail buyer.” — @alecjaffe [0:49:47]“Take the time to get the details right, understand what you're doing, and don't just immediately rush into everything.” — @alecjaffe [0:56:01]
#TouchstoneShowcase Season 4, Episode 6 showcasing Final Offer. Led by Co-CEO's Kevin Caulfield and Tim Quirk, this Boston-based tech company and online platform is revolutionizing the industry. We talk about how Final Offer came to be and how it is re defining the standard of transparency in real estate negotiations. A top agent himself, Kevin takes us through the process and expansion plans for Final Offer. Tim, who is no stranger to successful start ups is here to educate agents on how their product will help agents get the most for their sellers' homes while providing ultimate clarity to buyer. After a successful rollout in Washington DC, Final Offer is now live in Massachusetts. You've got to listen in for more! #touchstoneshowcase #podcast #realestate #byagentsforagents #finaloffer #closewithtouchstone
We often state that dogs are family, but are they? We navigate a frank, sometimes uncomfortable discussion about the strange dual role of pet dogs, simultaneously cast as family members and captive animals.We discuss:- Do you consider your own dogs to be family members?- Do dogs have family responsibilities?- What are the benefits to dogs of viewing them as family members?- What are the downsides to calling dogs family members, and are we doing dogs a disservice by calling them this?- Are there alternate ways of viewing our relationship with dogs that feel more appropriate?Guests:- Jessica Schulte CDBC, CPDT-KA is the Director of Behavior & Training at INSTINCT East Harlem in NYC.- Lauren Spratlin CPDT-KA, is a Certified Trainer at INSTINCT Nashville.Hosts Brian Burton and Sarah Fraser are Co-Founders and Co-CEOs of INSTINCT Dog Behavior & Training. Both are Certified Dog Behavior Consultants and have Master's degrees in Animal Behavior from Hunter College/CUNY.INSTINCT has 11 locations across the US and services the global community via virtual consults. Over 19,000 students have also taken courses at INSTINCT's online school (with many free courses available): Learn more at https://www.instinctdogtraining.com/INSTINCT Resources:Online School https://onlineschool.instinctdogtraining.comFree Monthly Seminars (Puppy Parenting Roadmap, Rescue Dog Roadmap, Behavior Roadmap): https://www.instinctdogtraining.com/seminars/Youtube Version of the Episode (video): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akdxhtOQSfk
Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson
There's an enormous amount of advice out there in the self-help world…and much of it isn't very good. Jason Wachob, the Founder and Co-CEO of mindbodygreen, joins Forrest and Dr. Rick to separate fact from fiction and clarify what really matters. They explore the importance of finding joy in the well-being journey, simple practices that have stood the test of time, and how we can pursue goals in healthy ways. Specific topics include the importance of high-quality sleep, breathing better, sifting through diet and exercise fads, developing a pursuit mindset, hormetic stress, and finding the things that work for you.About our Guest: Jason Wachob is the Founder and Co-CEO of mindbodygreen, one of the largest, most influential media brands in the wellness space. He's also the host of the mindbodygreen podcast, and the co-author of The Joy of Well-Being: A practical guide to a happy, healthy, and long life.Watch the Episode: Prefer watching video? You can watch this episode on YouTube.Key Topics: 0:00: Introduction1:15: Distinguishing well-being from wellness3:50: Healthy change is joyful change7:50: Having a pursuit mindset11:30: Addressing the main objection to well-being14:45: Present moment awareness16:55: Box breathing and sleep22:10: Jason's background, and how identity dictates our behavior32:20: Honoring your inner knowing37:50: Finding your ‘why'42:45: Good stress, and finding what works for you46:40: Vulnerability with others48:55: Feeling connected to the world50:50: Recap Support the Podcast: We're now on Patreon! If you'd like to support the podcast, follow this link.NEW Offering from Rick! Join Rick and 5 world-renowned teachers – including Dr. Gabor Mate, Tara Brach, and Thupten Jinpa – for The Heart of Compassion, a 5-week online program that will teach you how to access, grow, and apply compassion. Head to rickhanson.net/hoc to learn more, and use code BEINGWELL10 for 10% off. Sponsors:Zocdoc helps you find expert doctors and medical professionals that specialize in the care you need, and deliver the type of experience you want. Head to zocdoc.com/being and download the Zocdoc app for FREE. Then find and book a top-rated doctor today.Finally get that project off the ground with Squarespace! Head to squarespace.com/beingwell for a free trial, and when you're ready to launch use coupon code BEINGWELL to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain.Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month!Want to sleep better? Try the Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website
Jaycee Gossett has a special way of speaking to your soul. I've experienced it first hand at The Class, and I'm so happy to be able to bring this conversation with her to the show. For episode 252, Jaycee shares her journey to a career in fitness — explaining what The Class is and sharing her first impressions of the workout created by Taryn Toomey (peep her episode, here). She also gets vulnerable about her experiences navigating fertility struggles, how she's handling her move to Los Angeles and opening The Class' new west coast studio, and the way that she shows up when the hurdles feel frequent and hope feels lost. SOCIAL @jayceegossett @emilyabbate @hurdlepodcast MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE 101. Natalie Kuhn, Co-CEO of The Class OFFERS OPEN | Head to WithOpen.com/Hurdle to get 30 days free AG1 from Athletic Greens | Head to AthleticGreens.com/hurdle to get five FREE travel packs and a year's supply of vitamin D with your first purchase. JOIN: THE *Secret* FACEBOOK GROUP SIGN UP: Weekly Hurdle Newsletter ASK ME A QUESTION: Leave me a voice message, ask me a question, and it could be featured in an upcoming episode! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/hurdle/message
Today, I am honored to connect with Jason Wachob, the co-author of The Joy of Wellbeing! Jason is the Co-CEO of mindbodygreen, the leading independent media brand dedicated to wellbeing, and the host of the mindbodygreen Podcast, on which I recently had the honor of being a guest. In this episode, Jason shares his and his wife, Colleen's backstory, and their pain-to-purpose mission, and we dive into the role of longevity, epigenetics, joy span, and the impact of the lack of connection and loneliness during the pandemic. We discuss social media algorithms, nutrition concerns over tribalism, bio-individuality, the processed food industry, exercise, and hormesis. We also talk about forever chemicals and toxins and how they impact our health. I loved reading Jason and Colleen's new book, The Joy of Wellbeing, and I sincerely hope you enjoy listening to my conversation with Jason! IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN: How Jason and Colleen's health issues motivated them to create mindbodygreen. How Colleen re-assessed what was important in her life, and where she wanted to be, after being diagnosed with pulmonary embolism. The importance of nutrition and sleep. The power of epigenetics. How the science of longevity has advanced tremendously. How crisis tends to amplify what is already wrong in the world. The importance of connection. The importance of incorporating exercise and movement into your day. The role of sarcopenia. The benefits of intermittent fasting and hormetic stressors. The impact of forever chemicals in the world. Why is it essential to be thoughtful about where you spend your money? Connect with Cynthia Thurlow Follow on Twitter, Instagram & LinkedIn Check out Cynthia's website Connect with Jason Wachob Websites: mindbodygreen and The Joy of Wellbeing The mindbodygreen Podcast Jason and mindbodygreen on Instagram Jason and mindbodygreen on Twitter Additional social handles: @mindbodygreen Book The Joy of Well-Being: A Practical Guide to a Happy, Healthy, and Long Life
Closers Are Losers with Jeremy Miner
In this episode, Jeremy Miner is joined by Will Hinkson, the Co-CEO of 7th Level on this episode of Closers Are Losers. Will Hinkson works in the placement division of 7th level. Jeremy and Will discuss placing sales people and training sales people in the life insurance and solar industries. Listen in for some placement opportunity info at the end of this episode. Hit that play button now! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gqSVxhrp6lXVCXj-7P9gjbjE3fbKDP6M/view?usp=share_link [2:45]- Jeremy and Will discuss the three components of industry placement and highlight their top training industries: life insurance and solar. [9:45]- Jeremy and Will discuss an ideal client for salespeople training and placement. [11:30]- Meaningful prospect conversations through NEPQ training. [13:00]- Jeremy talks about exciting placement opportunities in these industries. [20:00]- Will talks about lucrative commissions in the insurance industry. ✅ If you're wanting to sell more of your products/services, book a call with a team member to go over training options so you can make more money!
The Official SaaStr Podcast: SaaS | Founders | Investors
In this week's episode of CRO Confidential, host Sam Blond wraps up the founder-led sales series with one of the most accomplished sales leaders in the world, Ben Cassidy. Cassidy was Blond's VP of Sales at Echosign and, before that, was one of the first sales leaders at LinkedIn. Post-Echosign, he was the first sales leader at Talkdesk, valued at $10+B. Cassidy is now a co-founder at CoSell, a.k.a. the relationship platform designed to organize your intro efforts. The point of CRO Confidential is to help startups acquire customers, and Cassidy provides a unique perspective on founder-led sales as a current founder and highly talented sales leader. So what secrets has Cassidy learned over the past decades of building businesses and acquiring customers? Let's find out. Watch the video: https://youtu.be/3m5s7tskuB4 ***** SaaStr Europa is back! And this time, we're heading to London for 2 fun-filled days of content, networking, and SaaS. Join us June 6th and 7th for SaaStr Europa 2023. Use code FAVE100 for $100 off tickets at saastrlondon.com. ***** Want to join the SaaStr community? We're the
Phoebe Yu is the Founder & CEO of ettitude, award-winning material science and lifestyle company with the mission to dramatically reduce the harmful environmental impact of textiles. Prior to ettitude, she founded two international trading and sourcing companies. Kat Dey is the Co-Founder and President of ettitude and previously the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Try The World, an online destination for authentic specialty foods from around the world. She was also named as one of the 35 NYC tech people to watch. Here's what you're going to learn from these founders: How they developed a healthy co-founder relationship. How they experimented with unique marketing strategies in the beginning which allowed them to acquire 10,000 new customers. How they were able to initially fund the company with a ton of alternative solutions. Get 5-Min Growth Playbooks Weekly HERE Explore Membership HERE
In this episode, we explore unlimited paid time off policies: what they are, what they aren't, and items to consider when implementing this type of approach to PTO.Katrina Donald takes over hosting duties and turns the interviewee's microphone unusually in Tim Cynova's direction as they discuss Paid Time Off and his experience transitioning an organization to an Unlimited Paid vacation day policy.Katrina Donald based in Treaty 7 Territory, Katrina (she/her) is the principal consultant at ever-so-curious. She believes that listening and sensemaking practices bring us into community, reveal pathways forward, encourage and embolden us, and allow for greater impact. Her approach is relational and developmental; she works in partnership with people and organizations to co-design inclusive, collaborative and continuously emerging evaluation and HR strategies.She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Manitoba and a Masters Certificate in Organization Development and Change from the Canadian Organization Development Institute (CODI) and the Schulich Executive and Education Centre (SEEC) at York University. She is a mother, wife, daughter, sister, systems thinker, developmental evaluator, program designer, and a Registered Professional Recruiter (RPR). She's committed to showing up for her own ongoing learning and to building workplaces that are actively anti-racist, praxis-centered and humble as they work through the prickly bramble of change. Learn more on LinkedIn.Tim Cynova, SPHR (he/him) is the Principal of Work. Shouldn't. Suck., an HR and org design consultancy helping to reimagine workplaces where everyone can thrive. He is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and a trained mediator, and has served on the faculty of Minneapolis College of Art & Design, the Banff Centre for Arts & Creativity (Banff, Canada) and The New School (New York City) teaching courses in People-Centric Organizational Design, and Strategic HR. In 2021, he concluded a 12-year tenure leading Fractured Atlas, a $30M, entirely virtual non-profit technology company and the largest association of independent artists in the U.S., where he served in both the Chief Operating Officer and Co-CEO roles (part of a four-person, shared, non-hierarchical leadership team), and was deeply involved in its work to become an anti-racist, anti-oppressive organization since they made that commitment in 2013. Earlier in his career, Tim was the Executive Director of The Parsons Dance Company and of High 5 Tickets to the Arts in New York City, had a memorable stint with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, was a one-time classical trombonist, musicologist, and for five years in his youth he delivered newspapers for the Evansville, Indiana Courier-Press. Learn more on LinkedIn.
Description:Sharing their Stairway to CEO story today is Allie Egan, a passionate brand-builder and the Founder and CEO of Veracity. Offering personalized solutions based on its at-home hormone testing kit, Veracity's uniquely data-driven approach and clean skincare products help you take your health into your own hands. In this insightful episode, Allie sheds some light on her journey from her first job as a waitress in a retirement home outside of Philadelphia to earning her MBA from Harvard Business School and becoming a two-time CEO. In her first stint as CEO at Cynthia Rowley, Allie began experiencing issues with her skin, which led her to learn more about hormonal health imbalances and sparked the idea for Veracity. Join us as we discuss micro-journaling, her partnership with Meridian Street Capital, and why she believes you should talk about your ideas early and often!Exclusive Deals from Our Sponsors:AWESOME CX by Transcom provides high touch, personalized customer experience services to consumer brands of any size! Email Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about their award-winning services and Awesome Coffee Chats. In This Episode, You'll Hear About:[03:21] Allie's upbringing in suburban Philadelphia and her early pursuits of independence.[08:58] What a childhood health scare taught her about the fear that clouds optimal health.[12:33] Insight into her formative roles in investment banking. [17:37] How Allie came to realize that she wanted to “build something” as a founder.[29:41] Personal struggles with her health that gave her the idea for Veracity.[32:13] Some of the holistic wellness products and services that Veracity offers.[39:10] The highs and lows of launching a business and raising capital![45:09] Exciting innovations that you can expect from Veracity in the future.To Find Out More:VeracityAllie Egan on LinkedInAllie Egan on InstagramLee Greene on LinkedInStairway to CEOStairway to CEO on InstagramAWESOME CX by TranscomQuotes:“I wanted to work. I wanted to make my own money. I wanted to have that independence [from very early on].” — Allie Egan [0:07:03]“That [childhood health scare] experience has taught me how so many people think about their health. Instead of being proactive and [thinking] ‘What could be going on in my body? How can I make it better?', how they think about optimal health is clouded in fear.” — Allie Egan [0:11:20]“I feel fortunate that I ended up getting interviews at [L Catterton], which is 100% exclusively focused on consumer retail. I didn't know if I'd love [investment banking], but what I ended up loving was the consumer retail world.” — Allie Egan [0:15:09]“Like a lot of folks, I had been on this path of ‘This is the paved path. Keep going that way.' [I liked what I was doing], but I really started to soul search and think about: what could I be uniquely good at? What could I bring to the table?” — Allie Egan [0:17:53]“Part of what you're doing in building a company is being the conductor of all these things, whether it's ideas, expertise, products, or people.” — Allie Egan [0:18:30]“If you knew everything you were going to learn [as an entrepreneur], you'd probably make different decisions!” — Allie Egan [0:21:59]“Here I was, someone that worked in skincare, was seeking a doctor, and not only did I not have the tools to solve my aesthetic issue, but I also didn't have this important information about my underlying health.” — Allie Egan [0:31:07]“One piece of advice I always like to give to [entrepreneurs] is to try to talk about your ideas early and often, even when they're not perfectly formed.” — Allie Egan [0:39:36]“Raising capital is always hard. It is such a slog. I listened to the founder of Coinbase, [who said]: a successful fundraise is 9 out of 10 people telling you no. And that's in really good times!” — Allie Egan [0:42:03]“Being an entrepreneur is like, every day, either getting an acceptance or a rejection letter from your favorite college, but getting both accepted and rejected multiple times a day, every single day. Dealing with that elation down to the dumps is something that has become the norm.” — Allie Egan [0:43:03]
Artificial Intelligence in Industry with Daniel Faggella
Today's guest is Co-Founder and Co-CEO of AI21 Labs, Ori Goshen. AI21 Labs is a Tel Aviv-based software company specializing in natural language processing-based systems. In conversation with Emerj CEO and Head of Research Daniel Faggella, Ori expounds on generative AI use cases that carry true ROI potential for every business and where the technology is expected to take us over the next decade. Together, they offer analyses of genAI's capacity as an “autocomplete”-style technology and where comparisons between the two begin and end. This episode is sponsored by AI21 Labs. Learn how brands work with Emerj and other Emerj Media options at emerj.com/ad1.
In this episode we sat down with Toby Cobb and enjoyed a couple Samuel Adams beers. A Miami native, Toby shares his story about his career in commercial real estate. After graduating from Southern Methodist University, Toby returned to Miami and began working for Southeast Bank in the heart of the savings and loan crisis in the late 80's. Toby moved to New York City to attend NYU and received an MBA. He then spent the next 28 years on Wall Street working for Citi, Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette and Deutsche Bank where he was the Co-head of US Real Estate. Toby provides an insightful macro view of commercial real estate from the last 40 years and where he thinks things are headed for commercial real estate in the not so distant future. Spoiler alert: Office-Armageddon is coming and there will be contagion for other asset classes. After leaving Wall Street, Toby returned to the 305 to lead LNR Property as Co-CEO. After a 3-year stint at LNR he Co-founded Grass River Property and dipped his toe in development. In 2016 he co-founded 3650 REIT, a loan origination and loan servicing firm. Join us for an incredibly educational and discerning conversation with Toby Cobb.
Hospitality Design: What I've Learned
The Co-CEOS of Tao Group Hospitality share the unique distinction of being business partners and best friends. After meeting in high school, Tepperberg and Strauss started throwing parties which quickly evolved into larger events and an exclusive list of clientele. After graduating from college, they founded Strategic Group, opened gamechanging Manhattan nightclub Marquee, and eventually, met Marc Packer and Rich Wolf, founders of Tao restaurant. Soon after, the foursome launched Tao Group Hospitality—and the rest is history.
Join host Susan Sly, a tech Co-Founder and mother of 4, as she interviews some incredible Mompreneurs who have defied the odds to build successful companies while raising their children. Learn the delicate balance they've struck between nurturing their businesses and their children. In this captivating compilation show, we bring you the best moments from previous episodes, featuring extraordinary women like Jordan Scott, the visionary Founder of Cobble, a groundbreaking decision-making tool to help teams collaborate. Also, prepare to be inspired by Bernadette Butler, the Co-Founder of StoryTap, who has harnessed the power of video storytelling to revolutionize the marketing world. And don't miss the insights from Estelle Giraud, the Co-Founder of Trellis Health, a company building smart, comprehensive health record systems. Whether you're a seasoned entrepreneur, a budding businesswoman, or simply seeking inspiration, this compilation show celebrates the strength, resilience, and unwavering spirit of Mompreneurs. About Jordan Scott: Jordan graduated from NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study in 2015. Before launching her startup, she began her career as a news associate at CBS This Morning. To date, Jordan has raised $3.3 million in seed funding, growing Cobble to tens of thousands of users who have swiped over 2M times on curated places and experiences in-app. Cobble is quickly expanding to new cities, optimizing decision-making functionality, and more. Connect with Jordan: Website: https://www.trycobble.com/ LinkedIn: @jordan-scott-354aa458/ Twitter: @trycobble Instagram: @trycobble/ About Bernadette Butler: Bernadette Butler is the co-founder of StoryTap Technologies, a video production company which has created and placed brand inspired videos that amass MILLIONS of views. She has been in the industry for 25 years and she brings a focus of empathy to her company culture. After creating a financial book club that grew to 500 members across 6 countries, Bernadette created StoryTap Technologies to be the first agency of its kind to make videos for brands, companies, and social media that share perspectives and experiences from across the world. Connect with Bernadette: Website: - https://storytap.com/ LinkedIn: - @butlerbernadette/ Twitter: - @storytapvideo Instagram: - @storytapvideo About Estelle Giraud: Estelle is a PhD scientist who has worked at the front line of emerging technologies in healthcare and genetics. She has always been passionate about improving human health and health data systems. It was while navigating her own pregnancy that she experienced frustrating gaps in her prenatal care as she was treated by different physicians. She co-founded Trellis Health, an all-in-one platform that leverages technology while restoring the sacred relationship between the physician and patient. Connect with Estelle: Instagram: @mytrellishealth/ Twitter: @mytrellishealth LinkedIn: @estelle-giraud/ Website: https://www.jointrellishealth.com/ About Susan Sly: Susan Sly is the Co-founder and Co-CEO of RadiusAI, a tech investor, best-selling author, keynote speaker, entrepreneur, and host of the highly acclaimed podcast – Raw and Real Entrepreneurship. Susan has appeared on CNN, CNBC, Fox, Lifetime Television, The CBN, The Morning Show in Australia and been quoted in MarketWatch, Yahoo Finance, Forbes, and more. She holds Certificates in Management and Leadership, Technology and Operations, and Strategy and Innovation from MIT. Susan is the author of 7 books. Her book project with NY Times Best Selling Author, Jack Canfield, made six Amazon Best Selling lists. Connect With Susan: Twitter @Susanslylive Twitter @rawandrealentr1 LinkedIn @susansly Facebook @susanslylive Website https://susansly.com/ Join the Insider's List: https://susansly.com/insider/
Group Dentistry Now Show: The Voice of the DSO Industry
This special episode is sponsored by Dental City. Dental City invites their partners to the podcast. These partnered companies assist Dental City in providing services to their emerging dental group practice and DSO customers. Guests include: Jordan Lorenz, Director of Special Markets at Dental City Jane Levy, Co-CEO of Plan Forward Shawn Lehmann, Director of Equipment at Dental Whale / Dental Fix Kevin Gladstone, Director of DSO Sales at Abella / OrthoFi They discuss: Why they have formed a partnership with Dental City Benefits to emerging dental groups and DSOs of this partnership Guest each share their insights Much More To learn more about these companies visit: Plan Forward - https://www.planforward.io/dentalcity/ Dental Whale / Dental Fix - https://blog.dentalcity.com/dental-fix/ Abella / OrthoFi - https://www.abellaar.com/dental-city/ Thank you to Dental City for sponsoring this podcast. To learn more by visit https://dentalcity.com or email Jordan Lorenz email@example.com If you like our podcast, please give us a ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ review on iTunes http://apple.co/2Nejsfa and a Thumbs Up on YouTube. Our podcast series brings you dental support organization and emerging dental group practice analysis, conversation, trends, news and events. Listen to leaders in the DSO and emerging dental group space talk about their challenges, successes, and the future of group dentistry. The Group Dentistry Now Show: The Voice of the DSO Industry has listeners across North & South America, Australia, Europe, and Asia. If you like our show, tell a friend or a colleague.
Today's episode is all about separation anxiety in dogs. This is absolutely one of the most common reasons that folks might reach out to a dog behavior professional for help. It's also one of the issues that can be truly one of the most stressful (and sometimes feel debilitating) and can have a big negative impact on welfare on both ends of the leash. Despite it being a really common issue, separation anxiety is often a little bit misunderstood when it comes both to the factors that can contribute to why it's happening in the first place and also the ways to treat it or help improve it. So today we are very privileged to be joined by a powerhouse guest lineup to help us clear up some of these misconceptions about separation anxiety and share with listeners more about what it really is, why it happens, and paths to move forward.We discuss:- What is Separation Anxiety (and what it isn't)- Causes of Separation Anxiety (perceived and actual)- Prevalence in Separation Anxiety in companion dogs- Treatment/Intervention options - Common derailers of progress- Success rates and timelines- How to get startedGuests:- Malena DeMartini-Price is renowned in the dog training world for her expertise in dog separation anxiety issues. She is the author of the books Treating Separation Anxiety in Dogs, as well as Separation Anxiety in Dogs – Next-Generation Treatment Protocols and Practices. She is also the founder of the Separation Anxiety Training Certificate Program (CSAT).- Dr. Chris Pachel DACVB (Veterinary Behaviorist), Co-Founder and Co-Owner of INSTINCT Portland and Animal Behavior Clinic in Portland. - Dr. Emily Levine DACVB (Veterinary Behaviorist), Co-Founder and Co-Owner of INSTINCT NJ/PA and Animal Behavior Clinic of NJHosts Brian Burton and Sarah Fraser are Co-Founders and Co-CEOs of INSTINCT Dog Behavior & Training. Both are Certified Dog Behavior Consultants and have Master's degrees in Animal Behavior from Hunter College/CUNY.INSTINCT has 11 locations across the US and services the global community via virtual consults. Over 19,000 students have also taken courses at INSTINCT's online school (with many free courses available): Learn more at https://www.instinctdogtraining.com/INSTINCT Resources:Online School https://onlineschool.instinctdogtraining.comFree Monthly Seminars (Puppy Parenting Roadmap, Rescue Dog Roadmap, Behavior Roadmap): https://www.instinctdogtraining.com/seminars/Youtube Version of the Episode (video)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3xJy2GB3Ec
Peter is a pioneer in direct to consumer marketing and has sold over $3 billion of innovative products that provide real solutions to real consumer problems. His products have been so successful that they have also been best sellers at major retailers including Walmart, Target, Bed Bath and Beyond and Costco, making them accessible to everyone. In 2007, Peter decided to put his energy and resources exclusively towards manufacturing and selling products that positively impact the health and quality of life of his customers. On that principle, he started Ideal Living with his Co-CEO, Kathleen Williams, an ethical and socially responsible company with the mission to ensure everyone has access to affordable clean air and pure water, and a solid foundation to wellness. Ideal Living brands include Air Doctor air purifiers, AquaTru patented water purifiers and AromaTru, a waterless aromatherapy diffuser. Ideal Living brands are sold in the US and Canada through a vast network of dedicated Health Experts, Influencers & Affiliate Partners and on Amazon. They are also sold through distributors in the EU, UK and India. Peter received a degree in Human Development from the State University of New York. His interest in health and wellness began early when as part of his undergraduate studies he spent time working on an organic farm in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains, studying traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture in London and teaching meditation around the world. A person of great curiosity, he embarked on these studies long before they were in vogue. By integrating his solid foundation and passion for the wellness category with his extensive marketing skills, Peter is now able to pursue his mission of improving the health and quality of life of his customers. In today's episode, Peter Spiegel and I discuss all about the toxins in the air and in our home. He teaches us what VOC, phthalates, and formaldehyde's are and how toxic they can be for you and your body. He talks to us about your hvac system in your home and how beneficial the AirDoctor is. AirDoctor Instagram Page: https://www.instagram.com/airdoctorpro/ Get $280 off an AirDoctor at: https://www.airdoctorpro.com/?src=affiliate&aid=61546 For 10% off and free shipping at BIOptimizers Use Code JUSTINGREDIENTS at https://magbreakthrough.com/vip?v=5&gl=63d160653f5d60d86b8b4569&coupon=justingredients10&pi=karalynne
Have you ever wondered why certain populations on Earth have lower rates of cancer, Alzheimer's, and diabetes?Prepare to be enchanted as we embark on a remarkable journey in today's captivating show. Our extraordinary guests, Josh and Adam, have tapped into their divine talents to craft an exceptional line of supplements. With their profound industry knowledge and personal experiences, they will awe you with insightful conversations about the incredible transformative power of supplements. Join us as we unveil the secrets behind Curcumin, a remarkable active ingredient that holds the key to reducing disease rates. Get ready to be inspired and enlightened as we unravel the mysteries of optimal health together.Adam Payne is a distinguished entrepreneur and visionary in the field of botanical wellness. As the founder, inventor, and CEO of Ultra Botanica, he spearheads the development of innovative botanical products that promote health and well-being. Prior to his role at Ultra Botanica, Adam served as the CO-CEO and COO at Haus Bioceuticals, Inc., where he gained valuable experience in the bioceutical industry. Adam's expertise extends to the business realm, as he holds an MBA with a specialization in marketing from Babson F.W. Olin Graduate School, showcasing his commitment to combining his passion for botanicals with astute marketing strategies. With his dynamic leadership and deep understanding of the botanical and wellness sectors, Adam continues to drive Ultra Botanica toward excellence and a transformative impact in the industry.Josh Bellieu is a dynamic and visionary leader in the botanical wellness industry, serving as the Chief Product Evangelist at Ultra Botanica. With a passion for promoting the power of botanicals, Josh plays a pivotal role in driving the company's product strategy and development. His deep knowledge and expertise in the field allow him to effectively communicate the value and benefits of Ultra Botanica's offerings to a wide audience. With a focus on innovation and customer satisfaction, Josh leads the team in creating exceptional products that enhance health and well-being. Through his dedication and commitment, he continues to elevate Ultra Botanica's position as a leader in the industry, inspiring others to embrace the potential of botanical wellness.Check out these episode highlights:-Curcumin: The active ingredient in turmeric revealed-Turmeric vs. Curcumin: Understanding the significant difference-Unique approach to curcumin manufacturing-The divine calling: Embracing God's direction in life and work-Why customers prefer our curcumin technology-Exploring curcumin's impact on cancer-Balancing traditions: Integrating conventional and alternative cancer therapies-Unraveling the changing landscape of toxins in the present age-Breakthrough solutions for eczema reliefFind out more about Josh and AdamWebsite: https://ultrabotanica.com/Podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1011325Subscribe and leave us a rating and reviewApple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-deborah-peters-show/id1612307739Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4Z3JQWX9S4LRWSE6mPOIkMYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKQKlzS81RqvYZbpu63mRdAConnect with Deborah PetersWebsite: https://neimind.com
WARNING: Do not listen to this episode unless you have seen the 2023 Disney/Marvel Studios' Release "Guardians of the Galaxy, Volume 3” or do not mind hearing key plot points. This is the 3rd Guardians of the Galaxy movie directed by James Gunn. This movie is part of Phase Five of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The story follows events from the Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special which aired on Disney+ in December 2022. Gunn finished this project before becoming one of the Co-Chairman and CO-CEOs of DC Studios. Gunn had originally been fired from Volume 3 after controversial jokes that he made on Twitter had resurfaced. Subsequently, Gunn wound up making The Suicide Squad before being rehired to write and direct Guardians Volume 3. The story ties up the main storyline from all the films and incorporates events from the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe. Eddie Pence returns to the podcast to offer his insight on the film. Pence called it the best Marvel movie since Endgame. This episode focused on all the great easter eggs and fan service provided in the movie, and where it places in the overall story arc of the MCU. Seth references some key plot points from this film that seem to derive from an obscure Spider-Man animated series from the late 1990s.
On this episode of the Scale Up valley Podcast, Mike Dias speaks with Jens Noertershaeuser, Co-CEO at Kranus Health Key Takeaways: Solving the care gap in Men's Health Revolutionize men's health by providing innovative and accessible healthcare solutions Having a multi product approach without losing focus A evidence based approach to healthcare led by science The difficulties to expand the product to other countries in the healthcare sector Building a diverse founding team The evolution of the CEO role as the company scales
On this episode of The Dr. Tyna Show, I got to sit down with Co-Founder and Co-CEO of HigherDOSE, Katie Kaps. I have been a longtime fan of their bio hacking tools like the Far Infrared Sauna Blanket and PEMF Mat. If you are not familiar with PEMF, it stands for Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy.Save 15% on HigherDOSE products with my affiliate link: https://shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1336029&u=1859475&m=87497&urllink=&afftrack=On This Episode We Cover:5:45 - How HigherDOSE started9:40 - How sauna blankets work and who should use them10:45 - Can kids and seniors sauna?11:54 - Where to use a sauna blanket?14:20 - PEMF mats and who can benefit 20:16 - How PEMF works and what it's actually doing 22:25 - Can you over do PEMF therapy?28:18 - Benefits of sauna therapy 31:35 - Castor oil and capsaicin Further Listening:Detox 101 | Solo EpisodeSponsored by HigherDOSE: Save 15% on HigherDOSE products with my affiliate link: https://shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1336029&u=1859475&m=87497&urllink=&afftrack= Get full access to Dr. Tyna Show Podcast & Censorship-Free Blog at drtyna.substack.com/subscribe
Ground Control Parenting with Carol Sutton Lewis
Carol hones in on the critically important parent-teacher relationship this week. She talks with expert educator and Co-CEO of Excellence Community Schools, Dr. Charlene Reid, about how teachers have fared over the past few years of educational tumult, and what teachers want parents to know to help children recover from the pandemic slide. They discuss the importance of having educators who represent, affirm, and uplift Black students, and the need to teach children not to view any low grades in school as an indication of their abilities, but as just useful information as they strive to master the material. Charlene draws upon her own experience as a teacher, principal, and mom to offer insights on how parents can strengthen the parent teacher relationship in order for all to work together for the best interests of the students. Follow us at @GroundControlParenting and on groundcontrolparenting.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Logistics of Logistics Podcast
Jorge Gonzalez Henrichsen and Joe Lynch discuss why China is moving to Mexico. Jorge is Co-CEO of The Nearshore Company, where he helps North American, European, and Asian manufacturing companies to successfully establish reliable manufacturing operations in Mexico. About Jorge Gonzalez Henrichsen Jorge Gonzalez Henrichsen is Co-CEO of The Nearshore Company, where he helps North American, European, and Asian manufacturing companies to successfully establish reliable manufacturing operations in Mexico, by ensuring quality, certifications, transparency, and continuous improvement. Jorge also has become a leading voice on nearshoring and globalization, contributing insights as an expert source and author to such publications as Forbes, the BBC, Sourcing Journal, Supply & Demand Chain Executive, and FreightWaves. For more than 20 years, Jorge has connected Mexico's rich financial and industrial resources to companies and individuals the world over. In addition to his current role at The Nearshore Company, Jorge is managing partner of Akazia Capital Partners, an enterprise that acquires and grows middle-market companies. Jorge has a deep background in cross-border investment banking, private equity, and corporate management at companies such as Rothschild, UBS, CMR-Mexico, and Grupo Calidra, that have benefited from his keen business sense and determined approach. Additionally, Jorge has leveraged his insights with students in Mexico, serving as a clinical professor of entrepreneurship for the Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico, where he taught an undergraduate course for students majoring in business, economics, and engineering. Jorge holds a B.A. in International Relations from Mexico's Universidad Iberoamericana, and an MBA from New York University. About The Nearshore Company The Nearshore Company is a manufacturing services company that was founded in 1992. With the aim of helping manufacturing companies around the world to launch and/or transfer their operations, The Nearshore Company offers traditional and customized business models that are tailored to the needs and requirements of its customers. Its services range from the "shelter" model, where the company provides real estate, administrative, and legal services while the client manufactures their goods, to "contract manufacturing," where the company manufactures the client's design and specification. The Nearshore Company is known for its flexibility and ability to work across the entire spectrum of manufacturing services. International Assembly LLC (IAI Mexico) is a part of The Nearshore Company, and it helps manufacturers of all sizes to transfer their manufacturing operations into Mexico through traditional and customized nearshoring arrangements. Its facilities are certified and comply with Mexico's legal, environmental, and safety regulations. By manufacturing in Mexico, clients of The Nearshore Company can reduce their operating costs by up to 80%, increase production efficiency, and grow their businesses. Overall, The Nearshore Company offers a range of manufacturing services that are customized to meet the needs of its clients, with a focus on reducing costs, improving efficiency, and helping businesses grow. Key Takeaways: China is Moving to Mexico Jorge Gonzalez Henrichsen is Co-CEO of The Nearshore Company, where he helps North American, European, and Asian manufacturing companies to successfully establish reliable manufacturing operations in Mexico. In the podcast interview, Jorge Gonzalez Henrichsen and Joe Lynch discuss why China is moving to Mexico. USA based companies are increasingly interested in moving their supply chains from China to Mexico and Latin America. The nearshoring trend is driven by several causes including: China is no longer the lowest cost country for manufacturing. Sustainability – long supply chains produce more green house gases. USA tariffs that make China a less attractive place to manufacture. Supply chain resiliency concerns that were highlighted by COVID. Chinese companies are moving to Mexico so they can keep their USA based customers and expand their reach into the USA and Mexico markets. The Nearshore Company provides manufacturing services that are tailored to the needs and requirements of its clients, ranging from the "shelter" model to "contract manufacturing," allowing for maximum flexibility. With the assistance of International Assembly LLC (IAI Mexico), The Nearshore Company helps manufacturers of all sizes to transfer their operations into Mexico through traditional and customized nearshoring arrangements. The facilities provided by The Nearshore Company and IAI Mexico are certified and comply with Mexico's legal, environmental, and safety regulations, ensuring a high standard of quality. Manufacturing in Mexico through The Nearshore Company can result in a reduction of operating costs by up to 80%, allowing businesses to improve their bottom line. The Nearshore Company's services are designed to help businesses improve production efficiency and grow their operations, with a focus on providing customized solutions that meet the unique needs of each client. Learn More About China is Moving to Mexico Jorge on LinkedIn The Nearshore Company on LinkedIn The Nearshore Company website The End of the World Is Just the Beginning: Mapping the Collapse of Globalization Episode Sponsor: TMSA TMSA: 2023 ELEVATE Conference The Logistics of Logistics Podcast If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a positive review, subscribe, and share it with your friends and colleagues. The Logistics of Logistics Podcast: Google, Apple, Castbox, Spotify, Stitcher, PlayerFM, Tunein, Podbean, Owltail, Libsyn, Overcast Check out The Logistics of Logistics on Youtube
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Carey Anne Nadeau is the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of LOOP, a car insurance agency that makes it their business to serve the underserved, including people who have no or low credit. Using data in novel ways, LOOP is capitalizing on industry-wide mis-pricing, delivering an affordable and dignified experience to its members. Carey believes that by using data we can reveal and correct for institutionalized bias, supporting smart policy making and building big businesses in the blind spot of legacy financial services institutions. She's been chipping away at this problem for 15 years, founding multiple companies, becoming a vocal advocate for justice and equality, and being a thought leader in the smart cities and open data movements. Carey honed her craft at premier research and academic institutions – the Brookings Institution and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where she holds a Research Affiliate appointment and a Master's Degree from the Dept of Urban Studies and Planning. She's been published in books, articles, and won national awards for her cutting-edge work using geospatial statistics to discuss the living wage and urban mobility. Highlights from the Show Carey's career was focused on data and decision making, which is where her interest in insurance as a social good came from, wondering if there was a way for data to create fairer ways to cover people She co-founded LOOP as an auto insurer that tries to undo the industry practice of using credit to price risk, and instead do so in ways that are fairer and rely on what actually correlates to risk LOOP is the only standard auto insurer that has committed not to using credit, but also doesn't use profession or other things that can drive bias Credit's issues stem from very real, normal things that people do, like having student loan debt, working as a 1099 instead of W2 employee and more Instead, LOOP considers things like the roads you drive on, and the likelihood of crashes on them rather than credit Carey talked about how credit varies in ways that's uncorrelated with risk She sees a future 10 years from now that won't include credit Regulators are more open to moving past credit than some may think because they care deeply about redlining and ensuring people are getting a fair shake LOOP can show regulators two ZIP codes and crash risk, and that there's an equal probability in the wealthy and poor neighborhood, so why would ZIP be a basis to charge more for the poor neighborhood when the risk is the same? When it comes to new data and AI, there's no silver bullet – it's hard work, and you have to figure it out, invest in the models, and monitor them over time; you can't just throw AI at it and pray it works The impact is that the average auto policy is $1100, and these people with the same risk but a worse credit profile are paying $1600, which is a massive disadvantage Segmentation matters, and many in the industry seemed to have stopped at where we got in the mid-2000s rather than being willing to really challenge things We discussed the three waves of InsurTech insurers 1st wave - eSurance, which was about digitizing the process 2nd wave - those who tried to push on tech approaches without considering underwriting mindsets as much 3rd wave - companies like LOOP that are not looking to grow at all costs, but start from a strong underwriting mindset There's a return to capital efficiency in today's macro-economic environment, which provides opportunities to get good talent and to stay steady, focused and disciplined while others are stalling or faltering This episode is brought to you by The Future of Insurance Volume III. The Collaborators, part of the Future of Insurance thought leadership series (future-of-insurance.com) from Bryan Falchuk. Follow the podcast at future-of-insurance.com/podcast for more details and other episodes. Music courtesy of Hyperbeat Music, available to stream or download on Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon Music and more.
On this episode we share the exciting story of 'Space Hero', a worldwide competition with grand prize of a trip into SPACE! We were honored to have Co-CEO of Space Hero Thomas Reemer on the podcast to discuss the origin of the company and competition. Thomas shares his origin story of 25 yers in media & technology, starting as a music manager and event organiser, and even being an for artists such as Prince and George Clinton. Thomas is a wealth of knowledge about the current space industry and its capabilities to launch humans into space. His insight in the space industry is also unique with a media, event organizing, and technology mix that can help tell a powerful story about human space travel. It was also great to discuss music and share some thoughts on more philosophical and big picture themes for today. Let us know if YOU think you can be a Space Hero in the comments! Big Quesions/Thoughts for this episode: How important television is as a form of entertainment? How does SpaceX have so much drive to make progress so quickly? What does 'space' mean to you? Does NASA have a branding problem? How does the 'Space Hero' competition work? We'd love to know your thoughts and questions! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org SOURCES: https://tdgaholdings.com/ -------------------------- Here's to building a fantastic future - and continued progress in Space (and humanity)! Spread Love, Spread Science Alex G. Orphanos We'd like to thank our sponsors: Caldera Lab Manscaped AG3D Printing Follow us: @todayinspacepod on Instagram/Twitter @todayinspace on TikTok /TodayInSpacePodcast on Facebook Support the podcast: • Get 20% OFF at Caldera Lab - use code SPACE or go to calderalab.com/SPACE • Get 20% OFF@manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code SPACE at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod #sponsored • Buy a 3D printed gift from our shop - ag3dprinting.etsy.com • Get a free quote on your next 3D printing project at ag3d-printing.com • Donate at todayinspace.net #space #rocket #podcast #people #spacex #moon #science #3dprinting #nasa #tothemoon #spacetravel #spaceexploration #solarsystem #spacecraft #technology #carlsagan #aerospace #spacetechnology #engineer #alien #stem #listenable #iss #alienlife #astronomy #astrophysics #spacehero
When we get a dog, we generally expect to fall madly in love and experience this instant, one-of-a-kind connection with them.But what happens when you and your dog just don't mesh? How do you form a positive relationship with a dog who you - truthfully - just don't like very much?In today's episode, we tackle this semi-taboo topic to explore the reasons WHY you may find yourself disliking your current dog, and what you can do to build (or rebuild) a positive bond.Guests:- Dr. Chris Pachel DACVB (Veterinary Behaviorist), Co-Founder and Co-Owner of INSTINCT Portland and Animal Behavior Clinic in Portland - Ayelet Berger CDBC, Co-Founder and Co-Owner of INSTINCT Nashville- Lauren Jones-Wenzel, CDBC, Certified Behavior Consultant at INSTINCT NJ and INSTINCT Philadelphia Hosts Brian Burton and Sarah Fraser are Co-Founders and Co-CEOs of INSTINCT Dog Behavior & Training. Both are Certified Dog Behavior Consultants and have Master's degrees in Animal Behavior from Hunter College/CUNY.INSTINCT has 11 locations across the US and services the global community via virtual consults. Over 18,000 students have also taken courses at INSTINCT's online school (with many free courses available): Learn more at https://www.instinctdogtraining.com/INSTINCT Resources:Online School https://onlineschool.instinctdogtraining.comFree Monthly Seminars (Puppy Parenting Roadmap, Rescue Dog Roadmap, Behavior Roadmap): https://www.instinctdogtraining.com/seminars/Youtube Version of the Podcast Episode with Video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Siqs8BmVWGQLocations (all locations service the global community via virtual consults): https://www.instinctdogtraining.com/locations/
Revenue Generator Podcast: Sales + Marketing + Product + Customer Success = Revenue Growth